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Budget FY2018-19 Operating Revise and FY2018-19 through FY2022-23 CIP Budget 2018-06-20 08P MEETING DATE: June 20, 2018 PREPARED BY: Tom Gallup, Finance Manager With Contributions from All Departments DEPT. DIRECTOR: Teresa S. McBroome DEPARTMENT: Finance CITY MANAGER: Karen P. Brust SUBJECT: Approval of FY 2018-19 Operating Budget with Appropriations and Adoption of Resolution No. 2018-64; Adoption of Resolution 2018-65, Determination of the Appropriations Limit for FY 2018-19; Adoption of Resolution 2018-66, Approval of Position Titles and Pay Ranges for FY 2018-19; Adoption of Resolution 2018-67, Approval of a Policy to Pay the Current Unfunded Liabilities Annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA Pension Plans; and Adoption of Resolution No. 2018-69, Approval of Capital Improvement Program (CIP) appropriations. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends City Council take the following actions: 1. Adopt Resolution No. 2018-64, approving the City of Encinitas FY 2018-19 Operating Budget; and 2. Adopt Resolution No. 2018-65, determining the FY 2018-19 Appropriations Limit; and 3. Adopt Resolution No. 2018-66, approving Position Titles and Pay Ranges for the City of Encinitas for FY 2018-19; and 4. Adopt Resolution No. 2018- 67, approving a Policy to Pay the Current Unfunded Liabilities Annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA Pension Plans; and 5. Adopt Resolution No. 2018-69, approving CIP Appropriations. STRATEGIC PLAN: This agenda item applies to the Organizational Efficiency and Effectiveness focus area by maintaining the City’s financial health through efficient allocation of resources. FISCAL CONSIDERATIONS: The proposed FY 2018-19 operating budget is balanced and all policy directed reserves are fully funded. The proposed revisions to the FY 2018-19 budget for all funds will decrease 2018-06-20 Item 08P 1 of 32 estimated revenues by $604,011, increase operating expenditures by $2,061,334 and increase capital expenditures by $1,917,844 from the original FY 2018-19 budget. The estimated revenue, budgeted expenditures, and beginning and ending fund balances for all funds are shown in Schedule A (Attachment 1). Proposed operating revenues for all City funds total $94.7 million for FY 2018-19. Expenditures for all City funds total $86.4 million for FY 2018-19. The General Fund impact of the proposed revisions to the FY 2018-19 budget will be an increase to estimated revenues of $1.2 million and an increase to operating expenditures of $1.2 million. The FY 2018-19 General Fund unassigned projected ending fund balance will be $7.6 million. A detailed breakdown of General Fund estimated revenues and proposed expenditures for the current fiscal year FY 2018-19 is included in Schedule C – General Fund Revenue, Expenditures and Transfers Detail (Attachment 2). The proposed CIP contains $87.1 million in capital improvement/work projects through FY 2022- 23. Of the six-year total, $19.5 million is programmed for FY 2018-19. The proposed CIP contains only those projects for which funds are currently available or are anticipated to be available in the next six years. A complete listing of projects proposed for funding is provided in Attachment 3. During the June 13, 2018 special meeting, Council provided direction to make the following adjustments to the proposed operating budget totaling $143,378: • Authorized an additional budget of $118,193 for sidewalk cleaning services in the Street Maintenance division operating budget. • Continued the Porta Potty / Handwashing Station program with a total budget increase of $16,685 in the Park Maintenance, Beach Maintenance and Facilities Maintenance – Civic Center division operating budgets. • Budgeted $8,500 in the Street Maintenance division for crosswalk improvements on South Coast Highway 101. Council also provided direction to make the following adjustments to the proposed CIP budget totaling $337,567 (the adjustments are reflected in General Fund Transfers Out): • Approved funding of $192,567 for artistic elements in the capital budget for the Santa Fe Drive and Encinitas Boulevard interchanges with Interstate 5. • Funded guardrail installation on Encinitas Boulevard in the amount of $145,000 by moving funding from FY 2019-20 to FY 2018-19 in the capital budget. 2018-06-20 Item 08P 2 of 32 Table 1 below provides a summary of changes made to the General Fund following the introduction of the FY 2018-19 operating budget on June 13, 2018, and the current proposed budget. Table 1 Operating Revenue Projections Budgeted Operating Expenditures Net Operating Net Operating Transfers In/Out Net Increase (Decrease) to Fund Balance FY 2018-19 Budget - General Fund As Introduced on 6-13-18 74,406,092$ (65,874,968)$ 8,531,124$ (6,990,012)$ 1,541,112$ As Revised on 6-20-18 74,406,092 (66,018,346) 8,387,746 (7,362,240) 1,025,506 Net Impact of Budget Revisions (General Fund)-$ (143,378)$ (143,378)$ (372,228)$ (515,606)$ FY 2018-19 Operating Budget - General Fund Adjustments have also been made to other funds since the introduction of the budget on June 13, 2018. Staff has reviewed the projections for the Cardiff Sanitary Division (Fund 511) and Encinitas Sanitary Division (Fund 521). Staff corrected duplicate data entry errors that involved transfers which overstated expenditure totals. Staff also reviewed other funds and made adjustments to better align the budget with projections. Those adjustments are reflected in Attachment 1. BACKGROUND: The City of Encinitas operates on a two-year budget cycle. On June 28, 2017, the City Council approved the FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 two-year operating budget and six-year financial plan and adopted Resolution 2017-51 authorizing appropriations for FY 2017-18. Goal Setting and Priority Planning workshops were held by the City Council on March 28, 2018 and May 16, 2018. During the workshops, Council and staff reviewed the six-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and identified priority projects and provided direction regarding funding. The CIP has been updated to reflect Council direction from these worksops (Attachment 3). The proposed FY 2018-19 operating budget is the second year of the two-year budget. Consistent with the budgeting practice, the second year budget in the City’s two-year cycle is reviewed and any adjustments necessary are presented to Council for discussion and direction. The City Council must approve the budget and authorize spending authority (appropriations) prior to the beginning of the new fiscal year on July 1, 2018. Proposed adjustments to this second year were introduced to the City Council on June 13, 2018. The purpose of this report is to provide Council with an overview of the budget, give final authorization to the FY 2018-19 Operating and CIP budgets and authorize spending authority (appropriations) prior to the beginning of the new fiscal year on July 1, 2018. The City of Encinitas contracts with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) to provide retirement benefits to City employees. As a member, the City is required to maintain an approved, publically available pay schedule that identifies all positions and salary ranges. A resolution approving position titles and pay ranges for FY 2018-19 is included for Council approval as Attachment 6. 2018-06-20 Item 08P 3 of 32 ANALYSIS: Operating and Capital Improvement Budget A budget summary for all City funds is included in Schedule A (Attachment 1) as an attachment to the required budget resolution. This summary includes the proposed Operating and Capital Improvement budgets. Staff has prepared the final operating and capital improvement program budgets based on direction provided by Council at each of the budget workshops. Adoption of Resolution 2018-64 adopting the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget (Attachment 4) and Resolution 2018-69 (Attachment 8) adopting the Capital Improvement Program appropriations by the City Council will establish the budget for FY 2018-19 and authorize the related expenditures in accordance with the ordinances and policies of the City of Encinitas. Capital Improvement Program When the two-year operating budget and six-year financial plan were adopted, City Council approved $17,618,754 in FY 2018-19 for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). An additional $1,917,844 in CIP funding is requested in the revised budget resulting in $19,536,598 allocated for capital projects in FY 2018-19. Project appropriations are identified in Attachment 8, Exhibit A. Prior year or off-cycle appropriations are not listed on the complete project listing for the six year plan. Schedule of Annual Appropriations Limit (Gann Limit) As part of the budget approval process, the City’s appropriations limit for FY 2018-19 has been calculated and included for Council approval. Prior to each fiscal year, City Council is required to adopt by resolution the Appropriations Limit (otherwise known as the Gann Limit) for the upcoming fiscal year. The appropriation limitation imposed by Proposition 4 and modified by Proposition 111 creates a restriction on the amount of revenue which can be appropriated in any fiscal year. The revenues which are subject to the limitation are those considered “proceeds of taxes.” The basis for calculating the limit began in fiscal year 1978-79 and is adjusted annually based on population and inflation growth factors. During any fiscal year, the City may not appropriate any proceeds of taxes it receives in excess of its established limit. The appropriation limit for FY 2018-19 is set at $115,209,965. The City’s appropriations subject to the limit are well below the approved appropriations limit as demonstrated in Attachment 5. Position Titles and Pay Ranges CalPERS requires the City to maintain an approved and publicly available pay schedule that identifies all positions and salary ranges. This is accomplished by adopting a resolution approving position titles and pay ranges annually. The Fiscal Year 2018-19 Position Titles and Pay Ranges document (Attachment 6, Exhibit A) identifies all positions for the City of Encinitas and the San Dieguito Water District, including part-time and seasonal positions. Attachment 6, Exhibit A includes previously authorized pay ranges for the miscellaneous classifications effective July 1, 2018; City Council classifications, effective December 11, 2018; and Firefighter classifications which are effective January 1, 2019. The pay ranges reflect approved base salary increases of 2% in FY 2018-19 pursuant with the Memorandum of Understanding with Service Employees International Union (SEIU) for represented employees (non-safety personnel and marine safety) and non-represented employees (Resolution No. 2015-44 and 2015-45). 2018-06-20 Item 08P 4 of 32 Additionally, on March 21, 2018, the City Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Encinitas Firefighters’ Association and adopted Resolution No. 2018-30. The approved changes include an increase of 3.5% to the base pay for Fire Captains and Firefighters and an increase of 4.5% for Fire Engineers from July 1 through December 31, 2018. A base pay increase of 3% for all classifications is scheduled for January 1, 2019 through the end of the fiscal year. Under the approved MOU, Classic Members hired prior to January 1, 2013 will begin sharing the City’s CalPERS cost by contributing an additional percentage of their pay to CalPERS above the employee rate of 9%. The additional payments will be credited to the City’s CalPERS account. The increases in Classic Members contribution rates are an additional 1.5% (for a total of 10.5%) from July 1 through December 31, 2018, and an additional 1.0% (for a total of 11.5%) from January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019. During the mid-year budget review on March 28, 2018, City Council approved staffing refinements that involved personnel changes—including reclassifications, title changes and salary grade adjustments (Resolution No. 2018-33). Included with these refinements was the creation of a new classification and permanent Climate Action Plan Program Administrator position at a parallel salary level as the existing Environmental Project Manager classification. These personnel changes are reflected in Attachment 6, Exhibit A. In addition, the Fire Governance Subcommittee approved the reclassification of a vacant Program Assistant to an Administrative Battalion Chief position—within the Third Amendment to the Agreement for Cooperative Fire Management Services—and to allocate the position’s cost between the City of Del Mar, City of Encinitas, and City of Solana Beach. On June 13, 2018, the City Council approved the Third Amendment to the Agreement for Cooperative Fire Management Services. The proposed FY 2018-19 operating budget reflects these changes and the new position title and pay range is included in Attachment 6, Exhibit A. Effective January 1, 2019, the State of California minimum wage increases from $11.00 per hour to $12.00 per hour. The current starting hourly pay rate for part-time Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts classifications are below $12.00 per hour. The proposal is to raise the minimum pay rate to $12.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2019. These proposed changes are reflected in Attachment 6, Exhibit A and do not require a budget adjustment. Pension Obligations At the City Council workshop held on March 28, 2018, Council approved staff’s recommendation to pay off the current unfunded liability amounts annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans and to return to Council with a resolution memorializing the policy (included as Attachment 7). ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: The action being considered by the City Council is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) because it is not a “project” under Section 15378(b)(5) of CEQA Guidelines. The action involves an organizational or administrative activity of government that will not result in the direct or indirect physical change in the environment. This item does not relate to the City’s Climate Action Plan. 2018-06-20 Item 08P 5 of 32 ATTACHMENTS: 1. Schedule A – Budget Summary FY 2018-19 (All Funds) 2. Schedule C – General Fund Revenues, Expenditures and Transfers Detail 3. Updated Capital Improvement Program through FY 2022-23 4. Resolution No. 2018-64, entitled “Adopting the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget” 5. Resolution No. 2018-65, entitled “Determining and Adopting the Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2018-19” 6. Resolution No. 2018-66, entitled “Adopting Position Titles and Pay Ranges for Fiscal Year 2018-19” 7. Resolution No. 2018-67, entitled “Adopting a Policy to Pay Off Current Unfunded Pension Liabilities Annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA Plans” 8. Resolution No. 2018-69 entitled “Adopting Capital Improvement Program Appropriations” 2018-06-20 Item 08P 6 of 32 ATTACHMENT 1 UnassignedOperatingApprovedNetOperating OperatingDebt ServiceDebt ServiceNetAvailableCapital CapitalNetCapitalEndingFundRevenueOperatingOperatingTransfers InTransfers OutTransfers InTransfers OutOperatingFund Transfers InTransfers OutCapital ExpendituresFund BalanceBalanceProjectionsExpendituresTransfersBalanceTransfersFund NameFund7/1/20186/30/2019GENERAL FUNDAvailable Fund Balance1016,607,135 74,406,092 66,018,346 8,387,746 1,214,191 3,322,307 3,725,561 (5,833,677) 9,161,204 8,000,000 9,528,563 (1,528,563) 7,632,641 Committed & Unspendable Fund Balance101319,543 - - 319,543 - 319,543 Contingency Reserves (20% of Operating Expenditures)10112,520,353 - - 12,520,353 - 12,520,353 Budget Stabilization Reserve (2% of revenues)1011,417,046 - - 1,417,046 - 1,417,046 Other Reserves101- - - - - - TOTAL GENERAL FUND20,864,077 74,406,092 66,018,346 8,387,746 1,214,191 3,322,307 - 3,725,561 (5,833,677) 23,418,146 8,000,000 9,528,563 (1,528,563) - 21,889,583 INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDSState Gasoline Taxes20141,903 2,462,031 2,462,031 1,125,483 (1,125,483) 1,378,451 1,780,581 (1,780,581) (402,131) State Capital Grants 203- 185,780 185,780 - 185,780 185,780 (185,780) - Transnet Program (Prop A Sales Tax)211(93,000) 1,779,000 1,779,000 - 1,686,000 1,696,000 (1,696,000) (10,000) Coastal Zone Management Fund 212683,966 465,756 244,189 221,567 - 905,533 120,000 (120,000) 785,533 Federal Capital Grants223- 38,242 38,242 - 38,242 38,242 (38,242) - TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS632,869 4,930,809 244,189 4,686,620 - 1,125,483 - - (1,125,483) 4,194,006 - 3,820,603 (3,820,603) - 373,403 GRANT FUNDSState Law Enforcement Grant20220,848 100,000 100,000 - - 20,848 - 20,848 Government Education Access213113,409 372,838 149,521 223,317 - 336,726 200,250 (200,250) 136,476 Solid Waste, Recycling and HHW214926,221 412,000 429,736 (17,736) - 908,485 - 908,485 Asset Forfeiture 215- - - - - - - - Senior Nutrition Grant221- 80,570 125,929 (45,359) 46,343 46,343 984 - 984 Comm Devel Block Grant (CDBG)222- 365,037 394,929 (29,892) 29,982 29,982 90 - 90 HOME Entitlement Program227- 5,485 (5,485) 5,485 5,485 - - - Federal Law Enforcement Grant228- 10,000 10,000 - - - - - Donations & Contributions22999,983 174,025 171,025 3,000 75,000 75,000 177,983 60,000 (60,000) 117,983 CSA17 Fire Operations230201,821 79,581 73,880 5,701 - 207,522 10,000 (10,000) 197,522 TOTAL GRANT FUNDS1,362,282 1,594,051 1,460,505 133,546 156,810 - - - 156,810 1,652,638 - 270,250 (270,250) - 1,382,388 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUNDSPark Improvement Fees 231467,481 239,000 239,000 - 706,481 24,013 (24,013) 682,468 Park Acquisition Fees232974,490 410,639 410,639 - 1,385,129 720,479 (720,479) 664,650 Traffic Mitigation Fees2331,934,837 (1,141,907) (1,141,907) - 792,930 75,000 (75,000) 717,930 RTCIP-(Regional Arterial System) Fee2341,024,866 155,702 155,702 - 1,180,568 600,000 (600,000) 580,568 Open Space Acquisition Fees235646,242 26,489 26,489 - 672,731 - 672,731 Recreational Trails Fees23645,225 10,131 10,131 - 55,356 45,000 (45,000) 10,356 Community Facilities Fees237- 45,680 45,680 45,680 (45,680) - - - Fire Mitigation Fees238- 43,028 43,028 43,028 (43,028) - - - Flood Control Mitigation Fees239168,815 80,731 80,731 - 249,546 - 249,546 In Lieu Fees Curb Gutter Sidewalks25112,733 24 24 - 12,757 - 12,757 In Lieu Fees Underground Utilities25213,995 1,185 1,185 - 15,180 - 15,180 Affordable Housing25337,103 2,000 2,000 - 39,103 - 39,103 TOTAL DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUNDS5,325,787 (127,298) - (127,298) - 88,708 - - (88,708) 5,109,781 - 1,464,492 (1,464,492) - 3,645,289 MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTSVillanitas Road M.I.D.291236,235 14,814 23,932 (9,118) - 227,117 - 227,117 Cerro Street M.I.D.292390,181 52,097 36,742 15,355 - 405,536 - 405,536 Village Park M.I.D.29391,038 33,310 52,958 (19,648) - 71,390 - 71,390 Wiro Park M.I.D.2948,504 11,010 25,798 (14,788) 14,000 14,000 7,716 - 7,716 Encinitas Lighting Landscape District295624,449 1,344,950 1,491,298 (146,348) - 478,101 40,000 (40,000) 438,101 Encinitas Ranch Lighting Landscape2971,380,189 628,200 589,496 38,704 - 1,418,893 20,000 (20,000) 1,398,893 TOTAL MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FUNDS2,730,596 2,084,381 2,220,224 (135,843) 14,000 - - - 14,000 2,608,753 - 60,000 (60,000) - 2,548,753 DEBT SERVICE FUNDSDebt Service Fund301512,866 - 184,062 (184,062) 184,062 184,062 512,866 - 512,866 Encinitas Public Finance Authority3029,576 1,000 3,541,499 (3,540,499) 3,541,499 3,541,499 10,576 - 10,576 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNDS522,442 1,000 3,725,561 (3,724,561) - - 3,725,561 - 3,725,561 523,442 - - - - 523,442 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCapital Project Fund401- - - - 9,557,169 9,557,169 9,557,169 - Capital Project Fund402- - - - 5,613,633 5,613,633 5,613,633 - Facility Maintenance Fund403821,726 - 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,821,726 - 785,000 1,036,726 TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS821,726 - - - 1,000,000 - - - 1,000,000 1,821,726 15,170,802 - 15,170,802 15,955,802 1,036,726 Schedule A: Budget Summary FY 2018-192018-06-20Item 08P7 of 32 ATTACHMENT 1 UnassignedOperatingApprovedNetOperating OperatingDebt ServiceDebt ServiceNetAvailableCapital CapitalNetCapitalEndingFundRevenueOperatingOperatingTransfers InTransfers OutTransfers InTransfers OutOperatingFund Transfers InTransfers OutCapital ExpendituresFund BalanceBalanceProjectionsExpendituresTransfersBalanceTransfersFund NameFund7/1/20186/30/2019Schedule A: Budget Summary FY 2018-19CARDIFF SANITARY DIVISION FUNDSOperations5112,644,193 4,977,633 3,996,959 980,674 - 3,624,867 2,198,652 (2,198,652) 1,426,215 Capital Replacement512(1,308,500) - - (1,308,500) 2,198,652 2,198,652 1,376,757 (486,605) Capital Expansion5131,043,601 75,000 75,000 - 1,118,601 - 1,118,601 TOTAL CSD FUNDS2,379,294 5,052,633 3,996,959 1,055,674 - - - - - 3,434,968 2,198,652 2,198,652 - 1,376,757 2,058,211 ENCINITAS SANITARY DIVISION FUNDSOperations 521800,525 2,662,971 1,598,513 1,064,458 - 1,864,983 1,065,726 (1,065,726) 799,257 Capital Replacement 5224,488,790 - - 4,488,790 1,065,726 1,065,726 2,204,039 3,350,477 Capital Expansion 5232,449,745 55,000 55,000 - 2,504,745 - 2,504,745 TOTAL ESD FUNDS7,739,060 2,717,971 1,598,513 1,119,458 - - - - - 8,858,518 1,065,726 1,065,726 - 2,204,039 6,654,479 OTHER PROPRIETARY FUNDSSection 8 Housing- Admin 55130,783 224,290 273,493 (49,203) 60,697 60,697 42,277 - 42,277 Section 8 Housing- HAP 552(2,199) 990,141 992,608 (2,467) - (4,666) - (4,666) Pacific Pines Affordable Housing5611,493,847 216,342 228,964 (12,622) 15,571 15,571 1,496,796 26,894 (26,894) 1,469,902 TOTAL OTHER PROPRIETARY FUNDS1,522,431 1,430,773 1,495,065 (64,292) 76,268 - - - 76,268 1,534,407 - 26,894 (26,894) - 1,507,513 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDSSelf-Insurance Fund6013,479,972 1,090,908 2,439,151 (1,348,243) 1,392,229 1,392,229 3,523,958 - 3,523,958 Wastewater Support611- 970,131 838,131 132,000 132,000 (132,000) - - - Fleet Maintenance621- 578,749 578,749 - - - - - Vehicle Replacement 622190,933 10,000 140,000 (130,000) 197,000 197,000 257,933 - 257,933 Mach Equipment Replacement6231,007,546 40,000 559,000 (519,000) 240,000 240,000 728,546 - 728,546 Fire Apparatus Replacement 6241,440,725 998,164 (998,164) 378,000 378,000 820,561 - 820,561 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS6,119,176 2,689,788 5,553,195 (2,863,407) 2,207,229 132,000 - - 2,075,229 5,330,998 - - - - 5,330,998 TOTAL ALL FUNDS 50,019,740 94,780,200 86,312,557 8,467,643 4,668,498 4,668,498 3,725,561 3,725,561 - 58,487,383 26,435,180 18,435,180 8,000,000 19,536,598 46,950,785 2018-06-20Item 08P8 of 32 ATTACHMENT 2 FY 2017-18 Amended Budget FY 2018-19 Original Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Budget FY 2018-19 $ Change FY 2018-19 FY 2018-19 % Change FY 2018-19 REVENUE TAX REVENUE 1 PROPERTY TAXES $ 43,192,718 $ 45,263,527 $ 46,061,136 $ 797,609 1.8% 2 DOCUMENTARY TRANSFER TAXES 550,000 550,000 519,777 (30,223.00)-5.5% 3 SALES TAXES 13,263,424 13,440,527 13,469,197 28,670.00 0.2% 4 TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX 1,688,000 1,727,992 1,862,660 134,668.00 7.8% 5 FRANCHISE FEES 2,277,500 2,300,275 2,300,275 - 0.0% 6 TAX REVENUE TOTAL 60,971,642 63,282,321 64,213,045 930,724 1.5% OTHER REVENUE 7 LICENSES AND PERMITS 246,000 246,000 267,200 21,200 8.6% 8 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 619,140 531,161 616,547 85,386 16.1% 9 CHARGES FOR SERVICES 7,100,769 7,039,219 7,189,819 150,600 2.1% 10 FINES AND PENALTIES 746,653 746,653 746,653 - 0.0% 11 USE OF MONEY 738,203 757,153 840,268 83,115 11.0% 12 OTHER REVENUE 1,217,403 601,360 532,560 (68,800) -11.4% 13 OTHER REVENUE TOTAL 10,668,168 9,921,546 10,193,047 271,501 2.7% 14 REVENUE TOTAL 71,639,810 73,203,867 74,406,092 1,202,225 EXPENDITURES GENERAL GOVERNMENT 15 CITY COUNCIL - ADMINISTRATION 438,990 450,327 477,401 27,074 16 CITY COUNCIL - CITY ATTORNEY 558,450 375,500 406,500 31,000 17 CITY MANAGER - ADMINISTRATION 1,063,997 1,054,167 1,074,346 20,179 18 CITY MANAGER - ECONOMIC DEV 108,500 108,500 108,500 - 19 CITY MANAGER - ENVIRONMENTAL SVC 165,500 120,136 154,082 33,946 20 CITY MANAGER - HUMAN RESOURCES 856,750 826,942 842,731 15,789 21 CITY MANAGER- IT OPERATIONS 1,105,386 1,128,864 1,236,574 107,710 22 CITY MANAGER - IT APPLICATIONS 1,341,453 1,321,873 1,255,258 (66,615) 23 CITY CLERK - ADMINISTRATION 420,804 429,564 429,868 304 24 CITY CLERK - ELECTIONS 1,000 58,100 58,100 - 25 FINANCE - ADMINISTRATION 1,789,359 1,833,471 1,814,427 (19,044) 26 GENERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL 7,850,189 7,707,444 7,857,787 150,343 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 27 DEV SVC-DIRECTOR 324,779 364,002 342,467 (21,535)-5.9% 28 DEV SVC-PLAN-ADMIN SVCS 403,891 413,250 412,477 (773)-0.2% 29 DEV SVC-PLAN-LAND DEVELOPMENT 2,402,359 2,317,698 2,446,712 129,014 5.6% 30 DEV SVC-PLAN-REGULATORY PERMIT 155,741 159,377 149,388 (9,989)-6.3% 31 DEV SVC-PLAN-APPLICANT DEPOSIT 10,000 10,000 10,000 - 0.0% 32 DEV SVC-PLAN-ADV PLANNING-HSG 560,804 567,339 586,217 18,878 3.3% 33 DEV SVC-PLAN-BUILDING & CODE 2,492,730 2,452,424 2,470,830 18,406 0.8% 34 DEV SVC-PLAN-PARKING CITATION 113,500 113,500 113,500 - 0.0% 35 DVC SVC-ENG-CITY ENGINEER 1,090,509 1,044,901 1,083,809 38,908 3.7% 36 DEV SVC-ENG-TRAFFIC ENGINEERNG 671,163 700,242 701,925 1,683 0.2% 37 DEV SVC-ENG-STORMWATER PROG 863,789 758,361 777,581 19,220 2.5% 38 DEV SVC-ENG-INSPECTIONS 1,241,001 854,399 891,245 36,846 4.3% 39 DEV SVC-ENG-ENVIRONMENTAL 17,320 17,340 17,340 - 40 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TOTAL 10,347,586 9,772,833 10,003,491 230,658 Schedule C: General Fund Revenue, Expenditures and Transfers Detail 1.6% 2.0% 6.0% 8.3% 1.9% 0.0% 28.3% 1.9% 9.5% -5.0% 0.1% 0.0% -1.0% 0.0% 2.4% 2018-06-20 Item 08P 9 of 32 ATTACHMENT 2 FY 2017-18 Amended Budget FY 2018-19 Original Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Budget FY 2018-19 $ Change FY 2018-19 FY 2018-19 % Change FY 2018-19 Schedule C: General Fund Revenue, Expenditures and Transfers Detail PUBLIC SAFETY 41 PUBLIC SAFETY-LAW ENFORCEMENT 14,322,777 15,167,052 15,167,052 - 0.0% 42 PUBLIC SAFETY - FIRE ADMIN 603,900 620,353 544,110 (76,243) -12.3% 43 PUBLIC SAFETY-FIRE OPERATIONS 12,364,362 12,418,091 13,046,149 628,058 5.1% 44 PUBLIC SAFETY-LOSS PREVENTION 632,567 657,328 650,261 (7,067)-1.1% 45 PUBLIC SAFETY - DISASTER PREP 169,160 158,329 165,421 7,092 4.5% 46 PUBLIC SAFETY - MARINE SAFETY 1,347,159 1,308,294 1,246,557 (61,737)-4.7% 47 PUBLIC SAFETY - JR LIFEGUARDS 226,521 246,171 237,025 (9,146)-3.7% 48 PUBLIC SAFETY TOTAL 29,666,446 30,575,618 31,056,575 480,957 PUBLIC WORKS 49 PUBLIC WORKS - ADMINISTRATION 319,228 329,232 310,054 (19,178)-5.8% 50 PUBLIC WORKS - ENVIRONMENTAL - - - 0.0% 51 PUBLIC WORKS - STREET MAINT 2,714,689 2,837,927 2,959,908 121,981 4.3% 52 PUBLIC WORKS-FAC MAINT CVC CTR 429,321 431,672 427,514 (4,158)-1.0% 53 PUBLIC WORKS-FAC MAINT FIRE ST 260,902 262,622 296,912 34,290 13.1% 54 PUBLIC WORKS-FAC MAINT PW YRD 223,709 230,187 234,429 4,242 1.8% 55 PUBLIC WORKS-FAC MAINT LIBRARY 364,505 387,316 353,028 (34,288)-8.9% 56 PUBLIC WORKS-STORM WATER MAINT 750,936 695,232 686,147 (9,085)-1.3% 57 PUBLIC WORKS-STORM WATER FLOOD 148,337 149,818 157,519 7,701 5.1% 58 PUBLIC WORKS TOTAL 5,211,627 5,324,006 5,425,511 101,505 PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL ARTS 59 PARKS REC - ADMINISTRATION 1,082,656 1,084,078 1,122,510 38,432 3.5% 60 PARKS REC - PARK MAINTENANCE 2,307,470 2,305,570 2,378,273 72,703 3.2% 61 PARKS REC - BEACH MAINTENANCE 590,765 573,281 581,847 8,566 1.5% 62 PARKS REC - TRAIL MAINTENANCE 182,502 179,545 179,615 70 0.0% 63 PARKS REC-RECREATION PROGRAMS 524,382 534,252 535,713 1,461 0.3% 64 PARKS REC - COMM CENTER OPER 959,427 988,652 959,409 (29,243)-3.0% 65 PARKS REC - COMM CENTER PROGRAMS 398,553 355,496 388,823 33,327 9.4% 66 PARKS REC - COMM CENTER RENTALS 93,976 95,557 95,775 218 0.2% 67 PARKS REC - SENIOR CENTER 429,613 436,961 439,378 2,417 0.6% 68 PARKS REC - REC FACILITY PROGRAMS 579,498 538,580 601,332 62,752 11.7% 69 PARKS REC - CULTURAL ARTS 327,779 279,894 268,238 (11,656)-4.2% 70 PARKS, REC & CULTURAL ARTS TOTAL 7,476,621 7,371,866 7,550,913 179,047 NON-DEPARTMENTAL 71 NON DEPT-CENTRAL PURCHASES 147,050 155,021 123,914 (31,107) 72 NON DEPT-SHARED EXPENSES 3,980,653 3,869,717 4,000,155 130,438 73 NON-DEPARTMENTAL TOTAL 4,127,703 4,024,738 4,124,069 99,331 74 EXPENDITURES TOTAL 64,680,172 64,776,504 66,018,346 1,241,841 75 EXCESS OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES 6,959,638 8,427,363 8,387,746 (39,616) TRANSFERS 76 TRANSFERS IN 1,406,192 2,564,191 9,214,191 6,650,000 0.0% 77 TRANSFERS OUT (13,153,346) (13,262,596) (16,576,431) (3,313,835)25.0% 78 TRANSFER TOTAL (11,747,154) (10,698,405) (7,362,240) 3,336,165 79 NET INCREASE (DECREASE) TO FUND BALANCE $ (4,787,516) $ (2,271,042) $ 1,025,506 $ 3,296,549 2.5% 1.6% 1.9% 2.4% -20.1% 3.4% 1.9% -0.5% -31.2% -145.2% 2018-06-20 Item 08P 10 of 32 Updated Capital Improvement Program Through 2022-23ATTACHMENT 3ApprovedApprovedProposedProposedProposedProposedProposedFY 16-17FY 17-18FY 18-19FY 19-20FY 20-21FY 21-22FY 22-23Description of General Fund Projects:CIP/Work Projects:Consultant Studies/Work Projects1Citywide Flood and Channel Maintenance Permitting175,000$ 25,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2Consolidated Plan (CDBG Program)- - 50,000 - - - - 3Assessment of Fair Housing- 50,000 - - - - - 4ADA/Section 504 Update of Self Evaluation & Transition Plan- 75,000 - - - - - 5Digital Topography/GIS Basemap Updates16,000 50,000 60,000 50,000 10,000 - 10,000 6Technology Infrastructure Project- 298,800 369,900 442,800 381,660 428,490 328,500 7City Works Server- 20,000 - - - - - 8Enterprise Workflow Management-EnerGov168,737 40,000 42,000 - - - - 9Mobile Workforce25,000 - 15,000 10,000 10,000 - - 10TMDL Compliance Program130,953 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 11El Camino Streetscape Study- - 250,000 410,000 - - - 12Rail Quiet Zone Study- - - - - - - 13800 MHZ Radio Upgrades- - - 56,076 261,076 - - 14Façade Improvement Program66,786 - - - - - - 15Technology Replacement Project375,418 - - - - - - 17Rail Corridor Vision330,427 - - - - - - 18Active Transportation Plan11,400 60,000 - - - - - 19Coast Hwy 101 Business Districts Parking Study36,400 - - - - - - 20Circulation Element of GP10,000 - - - - - - 21Climate Actin Plan - Mitigation Measures100,000 - 50,000 - - - - 22Vulcan & San Elijo Active Transportation Study100,000 - - - - - - 23Leo Mullen Sports Park Lighting (ERSP)165,000 - - - - - - 24Stormwater Capture and Reuse Study100,000 - - - - - - 25Housing Element- 696,027 - - - - - Drainage Projects- - - - - - - 26Storm Drain Repair250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 27Leucadia Flooding Issues275,000 160,000 100,000 - - - - 28Orpheus Green Streets and Trail Design- - - - - - - 29Lone Jack Rd Culvert Project102,166 - - - - - - Parks, Beaches & Recreation- - - - - - - 30Park Improvements150,000 169,031 - 164,800 169,744 174,836 174,836 31Rec Trails Development/Manchester Ave- - - - - - - 32Rec Trails Development/Rancho Santa Fe Rd- 69,100 1,064,429 - - - - 33Rec Trails Development/El Camino Del Norte- - 196,248 - - - - 34Rec Trails Development/Adams Run- 77,000 - - - - - 35Beacon's Beach Access750,000 - 3,400,000 - - - - 36Park Shade Structure- - - - - - - 37Standard Pacific Park Site- - - - - - - 38MLB Marine Safety Headquarters Rebuild628,104 65,000 - - - - - Mobility Improvement Projects39General Mobility Imp. (green bike lanes, striping, RRFB's, etc.)- 400,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 39AGeneral Mobility Imp. - Additional Funding- - 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 40Birmingham Drive - Complete Streets (with Undergrounding)598,560 - - - - - - 40ABirmingham Drive - Complete Streets (without Undergrounding)- - - - - - - 41Leucadia Blvd Roundabout at Hygeia- 50,000 1,000,000 - - - - 42Morning Sun Drive Sidewalk- - 1,900,000 - - - - 43Pedestrian Facilities/Safe Routes to School300,000 200,000 200,000 70,000 70,000 70,000 70,000 2018-06-20Item 08P11 of 32 Updated Capital Improvement Program Through 2022-23ATTACHMENT 3ApprovedApprovedProposedProposedProposedProposedProposedFY 16-17FY 17-18FY 18-19FY 19-20FY 20-21FY 21-22FY 22-2344Springwood Sidewalks- 500,000 - - - - - 45ADA Curb Ramp Project (Transition Plan Compliance)50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 46Traffic Safety and Calming25,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 47Installation of Innovative Bike Lane Treatments (Right-Of-Way Re-utilization)75,000 50,000 25,000 - - - Streets and Rail Corridors48Segment A (A St. to Basil Street)3,099,000 - - 1,100,000 - - - 49Streetscape - Segment B (Basil St. to Jupiter St)- - - 9,720,000 - - - 49AStreetscape - Segment B (Basil St. to Jupiter St) - PHASED- - - - - - - 50Streetscape - Segment C (Jupiter St to La Costa Ave)- - - 8,424,000 - - - 50AStreetscape - Segment C (Jupiter St to La Costa Ave) - PHASED- - - - - - - 50BStreetscape - Segment C - ROW - TBD- - - - - - - 51Streetscape - Segment D ( La Costa Ave Intersection imp)- - - 690,000 - - - 52Streetscape - Eliminate Shrubs and Groundcover- - - (840,000) - - - 53Parking Pods- - - - - - - 54Rail Quiet Zone Construction - 4 Locations- - - - - - - 55Annual Street Overlay Program2,027,842 800,000 23,419 - - - - 56South Coast Hwy 101 Sidewalk Improvements528,000 272,650 - - - - - 57Paul Ecke Central Improvements202,000 - - - - - - 58Verdi Ave Pedestrian Underpass2,500,000 - - - - - - 59El Portal Pedestrian Undercrossing- - (600,000) 232,000 - - - 60Emergency Repair - Hwy 101 Monitoring77,512 - - - - - - 61SR2S Cardiff School District207,000 36,675 200,000 - - - - 62SR2S San Dieguito Union High School District300,000 - - - - - - 63Hwy 101 Pedestrian Crossing7,000 - - - - - - 64Chesterfield Dr Quiet Zone Implementation670,000 - - - - - - 65Emergency Repair - Manchester Slope Repair39,800 - - - - - - 66Emergency Repair - Lone Jack Rd447,300 - - - - - - NEWArtistic Elements I-5 Undercrossing- - 192,567 - - - - NEWSANDAG's Trail Design - Chesterfield to Santa Fe along Hwy 101- - - - - - - NEWRail Corridor Improvements East Side of the Railroad Tracks- - - - - - - NEWStreet Improvements - F Street to K Street- - - - - - - NEWMontgomery at Grade Rail Crossing and Under-Crossing at Verdi- - - - - - - NEW 67Santa Fe Drive Corridor Improvements - ATP (Bonita - ECR)- 254,500 - - - - - 68Santa Fe Drive Corridor Improvements - (I-5 - Windsor) expanded scope- - - - - - - 69Santa Fe & Crest Roundabout- - - - - - - 70B Street Sidewalk Project- 224,550 - - - - - 71Orpheus Green streets and Trail Improvements - - - - - - - 72El Camino Real Improvements- - - - - - - 73Bonita Sidewalk- - 120,000 - - - - 74Striping - Highway 101 Chesterfield to Solana Beach- - - - - - - 75Encinitas Blvd. Guardrail- - 145,000 - - - - 76ELLD - Operating Impacts (O&M Only)- - - - - - - 77Vulcan Traffic Calming Study / Implementation- - - - - - - 78Coastal Rail Trail Maintenance- - - - - - - 79MBE-1: Continue Implementation of Energy Efficient Projects in Municipal Facilities- - - - - - 80RE-1: Establish a Community Choice Energy or Similar Program- - - - - - - 81MRE-1: Supply Municipal Facilities with Onsite Renewable Energy- - - - - - - 82CET-2: Implement a Local Shuttle System- - - - - - - 2018-06-20Item 08P12 of 32 Updated Capital Improvement Program Through 2022-23ATTACHMENT 3ApprovedApprovedProposedProposedProposedProposedProposedFY 16-17FY 17-18FY 18-19FY 19-20FY 20-21FY 21-22FY 22-23UNFUNDEDNEWSANDAG's Trail Design - Chesterfield to Santa Fe along Hwy 101- - - - - - - NEWRail Corridor Improvements East Side of the Railroad Tracks- - - - - - - NEWStreet Improvements - F Street to K Street- - - - - - - 83Stormwater Capture and Reuse Construction- - - - - - - 84Cottonwood Creek / 2nd St. Drainage Improvements- - - - - - - 85Cottonwood Creek Watershed LID Retrofit Projects - Phase I- - - - - - - 864th Street Storm Drain- - - - - - - 87Fire Station #6 Construction- - - - - - - 88Fire Station #1 Replacement- - - - - - - 89Customer Service Center- - - - - - - 90USACE Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project- - - - - - - 91Sports Field Lighting Retrofit- - - - - - - 92Leo Mullen Lights- - - - - - - 93San Elijo/Vulcan - ATP Improvements- - - - - - - 94Montgomery grade separated pedestrian crossing- - - - - - - 95Rail Corridor Imp. Santa Fe to Chesterfield- - - - - - - 96Santa Fe and Crest Operational Improvements- - - - - - - 97Rail-Way Side Horn Warning System - Construction- - - - - - - 98Santa Fe Sidewalk Bonita to ECR- - - - - - - 99Santa Fe Bus Stop LID Project- - - - - - - 100Vulcan Avenue Sidewalks - Leucadia Blvd to Union- - - - - - - 101Birmingham Drive Sidewalk (East of Freeway)- - - - - - - 102Vulcan Avenue Sidewalk - Santa Fe to E Street- - - - - - - 103Windsor Road Sidewalks- - - - - - - 104Street Light Conversion Phase 1A & 1B- - - - - - - 105Downtown Cardiff Ped Improvements- - - - - - - 106Coastal Resiliency Mitigation Plan- - - - - - - 107Land Use Element Update- - - - - - - 108Drainage Master Plan- - - - - - - 109Zoning Code Update- - - - - - - 110Parking Standards Review- - - - - - - 111Citywide Design Guidelines Update- - - - - - - 112Downtown Encinitas Specific Plan Review- - - - - - - 113Cardiff Specific Plan Review- - - - - - - 114N. 101 Corridor Specific Plan- - - - - - - 115Impact Fee Mitigation- - - - - - - 116Cal Sense (Tech)- - - - - - - 117Telematics Solution (Tech)- - - - - - - 118Leucadia Pilot Fire Response Station (O&M Only)- - - - - - - TOTAL ALL GENERAL FUND PROJECTS15,045,405$ 5,068,333$ 9,528,563$ 21,254,676$ 1,602,480$ 1,373,326$ 1,283,336$ 2018-06-20Item 08P13 of 32 ATTACHMENT 4 RESOLUTION 2018-64 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ENCINITAS ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 OPERATING BUDGET WHEREAS, each year the City Council adopts an Operating Budget for revenues and expenditures for the City of Encinitas for the upcoming year; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to make provision for a level of service commensurate with the needs of the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the proposed Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Encinitas does hereby adopt the Annual Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19 as summarized by Exhibit A attached hereto; and PASSED AND ADOPTED at a meeting of the City Council on the 20th day of June, 2018, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: NAYS: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Catherine S. Blakespear, Mayor ATTEST: Kathy Hollywood, City Clerk 2018-06-20 Item 08P 14 of 32 RESOLUTION 2018-64 - EXHIBIT A UnassignedOperatingApprovedNetOperating OperatingDebt ServiceDebt ServiceNetAvailableCapital CapitalNetCapitalEndingFundRevenueOperatingOperatingTransfers InTransfers OutTransfers InTransfers OutOperatingFund Transfers InTransfers OutCapital ExpendituresFund BalanceBalanceProjectionsExpendituresTransfersBalanceTransfersFund NameFund7/1/20186/30/2019GENERAL FUNDAvailable Fund Balance1016,607,135 74,406,092 66,018,346 8,387,746 1,214,191 3,322,307 3,725,561 (5,833,677) 9,161,204 8,000,000 9,528,563 (1,528,563) 7,632,641 Committed & Unspendable Fund Balance101319,543 - - 319,543 - 319,543 Contingency Reserves (20% of Operating Expenditures)10112,520,353 - - 12,520,353 - 12,520,353 Budget Stabilization Reserve (2% of revenues)1011,417,046 - - 1,417,046 - 1,417,046 Other Reserves101- - - - - - TOTAL GENERAL FUND20,864,077 74,406,092 66,018,346 8,387,746 1,214,191 3,322,307 - 3,725,561 (5,833,677) 23,418,146 8,000,000 9,528,563 (1,528,563) - 21,889,583 INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDSState Gasoline Taxes20141,903 2,462,031 2,462,031 1,125,483 (1,125,483) 1,378,451 1,780,581 (1,780,581) (402,131) State Capital Grants 203- 185,780 185,780 - 185,780 185,780 (185,780) - Transnet Program (Prop A Sales Tax)211(93,000) 1,779,000 1,779,000 - 1,686,000 1,696,000 (1,696,000) (10,000) Coastal Zone Management Fund 212683,966 465,756 244,189 221,567 - 905,533 120,000 (120,000) 785,533 Federal Capital Grants223- 38,242 38,242 - 38,242 38,242 (38,242) - TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS632,869 4,930,809 244,189 4,686,620 - 1,125,483 - - (1,125,483) 4,194,006 - 3,820,603 (3,820,603) - 373,403 GRANT FUNDSState Law Enforcement Grant20220,848 100,000 100,000 - - 20,848 - 20,848 Government Education Access213113,409 372,838 149,521 223,317 - 336,726 200,250 (200,250) 136,476 Solid Waste, Recycling and HHW214926,221 412,000 429,736 (17,736) - 908,485 - 908,485 Asset Forfeiture 215- - - - - - - - Senior Nutrition Grant221- 80,570 125,929 (45,359) 46,343 46,343 984 - 984 Comm Devel Block Grant (CDBG)222- 365,037 394,929 (29,892) 29,982 29,982 90 - 90 HOME Entitlement Program227- 5,485 (5,485) 5,485 5,485 - - - Federal Law Enforcement Grant228- 10,000 10,000 - - - - - Donations & Contributions22999,983 174,025 171,025 3,000 75,000 75,000 177,983 60,000 (60,000) 117,983 CSA17 Fire Operations230201,821 79,581 73,880 5,701 - 207,522 10,000 (10,000) 197,522 TOTAL GRANT FUNDS1,362,282 1,594,051 1,460,505 133,546 156,810 - - - 156,810 1,652,638 - 270,250 (270,250) - 1,382,388 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUNDSPark Improvement Fees 231467,481 239,000 239,000 - 706,481 24,013 (24,013) 682,468 Park Acquisition Fees232974,490 410,639 410,639 - 1,385,129 720,479 (720,479) 664,650 Traffic Mitigation Fees2331,934,837 (1,141,907) (1,141,907) - 792,930 75,000 (75,000) 717,930 RTCIP-(Regional Arterial System) Fee2341,024,866 155,702 155,702 - 1,180,568 600,000 (600,000) 580,568 Open Space Acquisition Fees235646,242 26,489 26,489 - 672,731 - 672,731 Recreational Trails Fees23645,225 10,131 10,131 - 55,356 45,000 (45,000) 10,356 Community Facilities Fees237- 45,680 45,680 45,680 (45,680) - - - Fire Mitigation Fees238- 43,028 43,028 43,028 (43,028) - - - Flood Control Mitigation Fees239168,815 80,731 80,731 - 249,546 - 249,546 In Lieu Fees Curb Gutter Sidewalks25112,733 24 24 - 12,757 - 12,757 In Lieu Fees Underground Utilities25213,995 1,185 1,185 - 15,180 - 15,180 Affordable Housing25337,103 2,000 2,000 - 39,103 - 39,103 TOTAL DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUNDS5,325,787 (127,298) - (127,298) - 88,708 - - (88,708) 5,109,781 - 1,464,492 (1,464,492) - 3,645,289 MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTSVillanitas Road M.I.D.291236,235 14,814 23,932 (9,118) - 227,117 - 227,117 Cerro Street M.I.D.292390,181 52,097 36,742 15,355 - 405,536 - 405,536 Village Park M.I.D.29391,038 33,310 52,958 (19,648) - 71,390 - 71,390 Wiro Park M.I.D.2948,504 11,010 25,798 (14,788) 14,000 14,000 7,716 - 7,716 Encinitas Lighting Landscape District295624,449 1,344,950 1,491,298 (146,348) - 478,101 40,000 (40,000) 438,101 Encinitas Ranch Lighting Landscape2971,380,189 628,200 589,496 38,704 - 1,418,893 20,000 (20,000) 1,398,893 TOTAL MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FUNDS2,730,596 2,084,381 2,220,224 (135,843) 14,000 - - - 14,000 2,608,753 - 60,000 (60,000) - 2,548,753 DEBT SERVICE FUNDSDebt Service Fund301512,866 - 184,062 (184,062) 184,062 184,062 512,866 - 512,866 Encinitas Public Finance Authority3029,576 1,000 3,541,499 (3,540,499) 3,541,499 3,541,499 10,576 - 10,576 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNDS522,442 1,000 3,725,561 (3,724,561) - - 3,725,561 - 3,725,561 523,442 - - - - 523,442 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCapital Project Fund401- - - - 9,557,169 9,557,169 9,557,169 - Capital Project Fund402- - - - 5,613,633 5,613,633 5,613,633 - Facility Maintenance Fund403821,726 - 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,821,726 - 785,000 1,036,726 TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS821,726 - - - 1,000,000 - - - 1,000,000 1,821,726 15,170,802 - 15,170,802 15,955,802 1,036,726 Schedule A: Budget Summary FY 2018-192018-06-20Item 08P15 of 32 RESOLUTION 2018-64 - EXHIBIT A UnassignedOperatingApprovedNetOperating OperatingDebt ServiceDebt ServiceNetAvailableCapital CapitalNetCapitalEndingFundRevenueOperatingOperatingTransfers InTransfers OutTransfers InTransfers OutOperatingFund Transfers InTransfers OutCapital ExpendituresFund BalanceBalanceProjectionsExpendituresTransfersBalanceTransfersFund NameFund7/1/20186/30/2019Schedule A: Budget Summary FY 2018-19CARDIFF SANITARY DIVISION FUNDSOperations5112,644,193 4,977,633 3,996,959 980,674 - 3,624,867 2,198,652 (2,198,652) 1,426,215 Capital Replacement512(1,308,500) - - (1,308,500) 2,198,652 2,198,652 1,376,757 (486,605) Capital Expansion5131,043,601 75,000 75,000 - 1,118,601 - 1,118,601 TOTAL CSD FUNDS2,379,294 5,052,633 3,996,959 1,055,674 - - - - - 3,434,968 2,198,652 2,198,652 - 1,376,757 2,058,211 ENCINITAS SANITARY DIVISION FUNDSOperations 521800,525 2,662,971 1,598,513 1,064,458 - 1,864,983 1,065,726 (1,065,726) 799,257 Capital Replacement 5224,488,790 - - 4,488,790 1,065,726 1,065,726 2,204,039 3,350,477 Capital Expansion 5232,449,745 55,000 55,000 - 2,504,745 - 2,504,745 TOTAL ESD FUNDS7,739,060 2,717,971 1,598,513 1,119,458 - - - - - 8,858,518 1,065,726 1,065,726 - 2,204,039 6,654,479 OTHER PROPRIETARY FUNDSSection 8 Housing- Admin 55130,783 224,290 273,493 (49,203) 60,697 60,697 42,277 - 42,277 Section 8 Housing- HAP 552(2,199) 990,141 992,608 (2,467) - (4,666) - (4,666) Pacific Pines Affordable Housing5611,493,847 216,342 228,964 (12,622) 15,571 15,571 1,496,796 26,894 (26,894) 1,469,902 TOTAL OTHER PROPRIETARY FUNDS1,522,431 1,430,773 1,495,065 (64,292) 76,268 - - - 76,268 1,534,407 - 26,894 (26,894) - 1,507,513 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDSSelf-Insurance Fund6013,479,972 1,090,908 2,439,151 (1,348,243) 1,392,229 1,392,229 3,523,958 - 3,523,958 Wastewater Support611- 970,131 838,131 132,000 132,000 (132,000) - - - Fleet Maintenance621- 578,749 578,749 - - - - - Vehicle Replacement 622190,933 10,000 140,000 (130,000) 197,000 197,000 257,933 - 257,933 Mach Equipment Replacement6231,007,546 40,000 559,000 (519,000) 240,000 240,000 728,546 - 728,546 Fire Apparatus Replacement 6241,440,725 998,164 (998,164) 378,000 378,000 820,561 - 820,561 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS6,119,176 2,689,788 5,553,195 (2,863,407) 2,207,229 132,000 - - 2,075,229 5,330,998 - - - - 5,330,998 TOTAL ALL FUNDS 50,019,740 94,780,200 86,312,557 8,467,643 4,668,498 4,668,498 3,725,561 3,725,561 - 58,487,383 26,435,180 18,435,180 8,000,000 19,536,598 46,950,785 2018-06-20Item 08P16 of 32 ATTACHMENT 5 RESOLUTION 2018-65 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ENCINITAS DETERMINING AND ADOPTING THE APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE XIII-B OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA WHEREAS, each year the City of Encinitas City Council is required under Section 7910 of Chapter 1205 of the California State Statutes of 1980 to establish an appropriations limit by resolution; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to make provision for a level of service commensurate with the needs of the City; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Encinitas does, hereby, adopt the appropriations limit for Fiscal Year 2018-19 at $115,209,965, and as summarized by Exhibit A attached hereto. PASSED AND ADOPTED at a meeting of the City Council on the 20th day of June, 2018, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: NAYS: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Catherine S. Blakespear, Mayor ATTEST: Kathy Hollywood, City Clerk 2018-06-20 Item 08P 17 of 32 RESOLUTION 2018-65 - EXHIBIT A Fiscal Year 2017-2018 appropriations limit, adopted 110,271,325$ A. Per Capita Cost of Living adjustment 1.0367 B. Population adjustment 1.0078 Change Factor (A x B)1.0448 Increase in appropriations limit 4,938,640 Fiscal Year 2018-2019 appropriations limit 115,209,965$ Projected Revenues from Proceeds of Taxes 69,294,641$ Remaining appropriations capacity 45,915,324$ Percentage under Appropriations Limitation 39.85% City of Encinitas Schedule of Annual Appropriations Limitation For Fiscal Year 2018-19 Article XIIIB of the California Constitution, more commonly known as the Annual Appropriations Limitation or “Gann Limit”, specifies the amount of allowable revenue the City of Encinitas can appropriate from the proceeds of taxes. In accordance with Proposition 111 and SB 88 (Chapter 60- 90) the Appropriations Limitation is calculated utilizing a format based on the percentage of growth in California Per Capita Income and County population. The City’s Appropriations Subject to the Limit are well below the approved Appropriations Limit. As part of the City’s annual audit, an independent accounting firm reviews the calculations for compliance. 2018-06-20 Item 08P 18 of 32 ATTACHMENT 6 RESOLUTION 2018-66 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ENCINITAS APPROVING PERSONNEL CHANGES IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND ADOPTING POSITION TITLES AND PAY RANGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Encinitas eliminates and creates positions of employment and approves reclassifications by Resolution including titles and pay ranges for all positions; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Encinitas is adopting the Position Titles and Pay Ranges for Fiscal Year 2018-19; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Encinitas that the Position Titles and Pay Ranges as contained in the attached Exhibit A are herewith adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED, by the City Council of the City of Encinitas, this 20th day of June, 2018 by the following vote, to wit: AYES: NAYS: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Catherine S. Blakespear, Mayor ATTEST: Kathy Hollywood, City Clerk 2018-06-20 Item 08P 19 of 32 EXHIBIT A POSITION TITLES AND PAY RANGES FOR THE CITY OF ENCINITAS / SAN DIEGUITO WATER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 Revised on June 11, 2018 MONTHLY PAY RATE MONTHLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Arts Assistant 11 2,994 3,821 Program Assistant I 11 2,994 3,821 Program Assistant I - Confidential 11 2,994 3,821 Finance Technician I 13 3,668 4,681 Finance Technician I - Confidential 13 3,668 4,681 Geographic Information Systems Technician I 13 3,668 4,681 Heavy Equipment Mechanic I 13 3,668 4,681 Human Resources Technician I 13 3,668 4,681 Information Technology Technician I 13 3,668 4,681 Program Assistant II 13 3,668 4,681 Program Assistant II - Confidential 13 3,668 4,681 Utility & Maintenance Technician I 13 3,668 4,681 Finance Technician II 21 3,815 5,113 Finance Technician II - Confidential 21 3,815 5,113 Human Resources Technician II 21 3,815 5,113 Program Assistant Ill 21 3,815 5,113 Program Assistant Ill - Confidential 21 3,815 5,113 Utility & Maintenance Technician II 21 3,815 5,113 Department Administrative Support Coordinator 22 4,136 5,543 Facilities Specialist 22 4,136 5,543 Finance Technician Ill 22 4,136 5,543 Finance Technician Ill - Confidential 22 4,136 5,543 Geographic Information Systems Technician II 22 4,136 5,543 Heavy Equipment Mechanic II 22 4,136 5,543 Information Technology Technician II 22 4,136 5,543 Planner I 22 4,136 5,543 Program Coordinator 22 4,136 5,543 Utility & Maintenance Technician Ill 22 4,136 5,543 Accountant I 23 4,457 5,973 Code Enforcement Officer I 23 4,457 5,973 Engineering Specialist I 23 4,457 5,973 Heavy Equipment Mechanic Ill 23 4,457 5,973 Planner II 23 4,457 5,973 Recreation Supervisor I 23 4,457 5,973 Stormwater Environmental Specialist I 23 4,457 5,973 Utility & Maintenance Technician IV 23 4,457 5,973 Water Conservation Specialist I 23 4,457 5,973 Accountant II 24 4,859 6,512 Code Enforcement Officer II 24 4,859 6,512 Deputy City Clerk 24 4,859 6,512 Deputy Fire Marshal I 24 4,859 6,512 Engineering Specialist II 24 4,859 6,512 Executive Assistant 24 4,859 6,512 Finance Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Geographic Information Systems Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Human Resources Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Information Technology Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Management Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Parks & Beach Supervisor I 24 4,859 6,512 Planner Ill 24 4,859 6,512 Recreation Supervisor II 24 4,859 6,512 Risk/Safety Analyst I 24 4,859 6,512 Stormwater Environmental Specialist II 24 4,859 6,512 Utility & Maintenance Specialist I 24 4,859 6,512 Includes 2% Increase Effective July 1, 2018 RESOLUTION 2018-66 - EXHIBIT A 2018-06-20 Item 08P 20 of 32 EXHIBIT A POSITION TITLES AND PAY RANGES FOR THE CITY OF ENCINITAS / SAN DIEGUITO WATER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 Revised on June 11, 2018 Water Conservation Specialist II 24 4,859 6,512 Accountant III 25 5,341 7,158 Code Enforcement Officer Ill 25 5,341 7,158 Deputy Fire Marshal II 25 5,341 7,158 Engineering Specialist Ill 25 5,341 7,158 Finance Analyst II 25 5,341 7,158 Fleet Maintenance Supervisor 25 5,341 7,158 Human Resources Analyst II 25 5,341 7,158 Management Analyst II 25 5,341 7,158 Parks & Beach Supervisor II 25 5,341 7,158 Risk/Safety Analyst II 25 5,341 7,158 Special Events & Projects Supervisor 25 5,341 7,158 Stormwater Environmental Specialist Ill 25 5,341 7,158 Utility & Maintenance Field Supervisor 25 5,341 7,158 Utility & Maintenance Specialist II 25 5,341 7,158 Geographic Information Systems Analyst II 41 5,470 7,697 Information Technology Analyst II 41 5,470 7,697 Planner IV 41 5,470 7,697 Utility & Maintenance Supervisor I 41 5,470 7,697 Finance Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Geographic Information Systems Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Human Resources Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Information Technology Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Management Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Recreation Center Manager 42 5,776 8,127 Risk & Safety Analyst Ill 42 5,776 8,127 Senior Deputy Fire Marshal 42 5,776 8,127 Utility & Maintenance Supervisor II 42 5,776 8,127 Arts Program Administrator 43 6,081 8,557 Finance Manager I 43 6,081 8,557 Information Technology Project Manager 43 6,081 8,557 Program Administrator 43 6,081 8,557 Senior Management Analyst 43 6,081 8,557 Climate Action Plan Administrator 44 6,464 9,096 Engineer I 44 6,464 9,096 Environmental Project Manager 44 6,464 9,096 Information Technology Supervisor 44 6,464 9,096 Senior Planner I 44 6,464 9,096 Engineer II 45 6,923 9,742 Park Operations Manager 45 6,923 9,742 Recreation Services Manager 45 6,923 9,742 Senior Planner II 45 6,923 9,742 Superintendent 45 6,923 9,742 Finance Manager II 61 6,958 10,281 Finance Manager Ill 62 7,250 10,711 Principal Planner I 62 7,250 10,711 Building Official 63 7,541 11,141 Senior Engineer 63 7,541 11,141 City Planner 64 7,906 11,680 Deputy City Engineer 64 7,906 11,680 Department Manager I / Chief Information Officer I 64 7,906 11,680 2018-06-20 Item 08P 21 of 32 EXHIBIT A POSITION TITLES AND PAY RANGES FOR THE CITY OF ENCINITAS / SAN DIEGUITO WATER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 Revised on June 11, 2018 City Engineer 65 8,760 12,942 Department Manager II / Chief Information Officer II 65 8,760 12,942 General Manager 65 8,760 12,942 MONTHLY PAY RATE MONTHLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH City Clerk/Director of Legislative Services 66 7,629 11,835 Department Director I 81 8,570 13,295 Department Director II 82 8,847 13,725 Director of Human Resources 82 8,847 13,725 Department Director Ill 83 9,423 14,617 Director of Parks and Recreation 83 9,423 14,617 Director of Public Works 83 9,423 14,617 Department Director IV 84 9,894 15,348 Director of Finance/City Treasurer 84 9,894 15,348 Development Services Director 89 10,311 15,996 Assistant City Manager 87 10,697 16,594 CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH City Manager - Per City Manager Contract 85 20,230 20,230 MARINE SAFETY POSITIONS MONTHLY PAY RATE MONTHLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Marine Safety Sergeant S85 4,717 6,321 Marine Safety Lieutenant S86 5,142 6,891 Marine Safety Captain S87 6,841 9,626 SAFETY FIRE ADMINISTRATION POSITIONS MONTHLY PAY RATE MONTHLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Fire Marshal S88 7,510 11,096 Fire Battalion Chief (56 Hours)S98 7,881 11,644 Administrative Fire Battalion Chief (40 Hours)S99 8,670 12,809 Deputy Fire Chief S96 9,850 14,553 Department Director - Fire Chief S97 10,678 16,566 SAFETY FIRE POSITIONS HOURLY CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE PAY RATE Probationary Firefighter/Paramedic S90 26.2364 Firefighter/Paramedic Ill S91 30.8276 Firefighter/Paramedic II S92 31.4833 Firefighter/Paramedic I S93 32.4675 Fire Engineer S94 33.1120 Fire Captain S95 38.8532 Includes 2% Increase Effective July 1, 2018 Effective June 1, 2017 Includes 2% Increase Effective July 1, 2018 Includes 2% Increase Effective July 1, 2018 Includes 3% Increase Effective January 1, 2019 2018-06-20 Item 08P 22 of 32 EXHIBIT A POSITION TITLES AND PAY RANGES FOR THE CITY OF ENCINITAS / SAN DIEGUITO WATER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 Revised on June 11, 2018 CITY COUNCIL MONTHLY CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE RATE City Council Member 86 Mayor 88 Reserve Employees - Part-time, Contract, Seasonal Temporary - Marine Safety HOURLY PAY RATE HOURLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Ocean Lifeguard I L1 14.7484 18.8231 Ocean Lifeguard II L2 16.4098 20.9435 Senior Ocean Lifeguard L3 18.7961 25.1886 Reserve Employees - Part-time, Contract, Seasonal Temporary - Parks and Recreation HOURLY PAY RATE HOURLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Recreation Assistant C2 12.0000 14.0391 Recreation Leader C3 12.0000 15.3154 Recreation Specialist C4 14.0000 18.7613 Recreation Coordinator C5 16.0000 21.4415 Facilities Technician C6 19.0000 25.4618 Reserve Employees - Part-time, Contract, Seasonal Temporary - General All City HOURLY PAY RATE HOURLY PAY RATE CLASSIFICATION TITLE GRADE LOW HIGH Intern I1 12.8776 16.4355 Effective July 1, 2016 Effective December 11, 2018 1,720 1,820 Effective January 1, 2009 Effective January 1, 2019 2018-06-20 Item 08P 23 of 32 ATTACHMENT 7 RESOLUTION 2018-67 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ENCINITAS ADOPTING A POLICY TO PAY OFF THE CURRENT UNFUNDED PENSION LIABILITIES ANNUALLY FOR THE CLASSIC TIER 2 AND PUBLIC EMLOYEES’ PENSION REFORM ACT (PEPRA) PLANS WHEREAS, at the City Council Planning Workshop held on March 28, 2018, staff presented an update on the City’s CalPERS pension obligations, the City’s unfunded pension liability amounts, and funding techniques; and WHEREAS, staff recommended making a one-time prepayment to pay off the unfunded liability amount accumulated from inception through June 30, 2016 for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans; and WHEREAS, staff recommended that the City Council make it a policy to pay off the current unfunded pension liabilities annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans; and WHEREAS, the City Council approved the staff’s recommendation to make a one-time prepayment to pay off the unfunded liability amount accumulated from inception through June 30, 2016 for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans; and WHEREAS, the City Council approved the staff’s recommendation to make it a policy to pay off the current unfunded pension liabilities annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans and directed staff to return with a resolution to memorialize the policy; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Encinitas does hereby adopt a policy to pay off the current unfunded pension liabilities annually for the Classic Tier 2 and PEPRA plans; PASSED AND ADOPTED at a meeting of the City Council on the 20th day of June, 2018, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: NAYS: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Catherine S. Blakespear, Mayor ATTEST: Kathy Hollywood, City Clerk 2018-06-20 Item 08P 24 of 32 ATTACHMENT 8 RESOLUTION 2018-69 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ENCINITAS ADOPTING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM APPROPRIATIONS WHEREAS, each year the City Council adopts a Capital Improvement Program with appropriations for the upcoming year; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to make provision for a level of service commensurate with the needs of the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the proposed Fiscal Year 2018-19 Capital Improvement Program; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Encinitas does hereby adopt the Capital Improvement Program Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19 as summarized by Exhibit 1 attached hereto. PASSED AND ADOPTED at a meeting of the City Council on the 20th day of June, 2018, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: NAYS: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Catherine S. Blakespear, Mayor ATTEST: Kathy Hollywood, City Clerk 2018-06-20 Item 08P 25 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total STUDIES Rail Quiet Zone Study - Chesterfield to Leucadia - WC19A-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 101 General Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ TMDL Compliance Program - WB11A50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ EL Camino Real Streetscape Study - XWC22A-$ 250,000$ 410,000$ -$ -$ -$ 660,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 250,000$ 410,000$ -$ -$ -$ 660,000$ ADA/Section 504 Update of Self Evaluation and Transition Plan - WF18F75,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 75,000$ 101 General Fund75,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 75,000$ Consolidated Plan (CDBG Program) - XWC19C-$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Assessment of Fair Housing - WC18B50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Climate Action Plan - Mitigation Measures - WC17A-$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Artistic Elements I-5 Undercrossing - XWC19B-$ 192,567$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 192,567$ 101 General Fund-$ 192,567$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 192,567$ STUDIES TOTAL175,000$ 592,567$ 460,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 1,377,567$ TECHNOLOGY Tech Infrastructure Replacement - WC18E336,889$ 435,150$ 492,000$ 430,410$ 476,100$ 365,000$ 2,535,549$ 101 General Fund298,800$ 369,900$ 442,800$ 381,660$ 428,490$ 328,500$ 2,250,150$ 213 Government/Education Access Fund38,089$ 65,250$ 49,200$ 48,750$ 47,610$ 36,500$ 285,399$ Government/Educational Access-Equipment Update - WC12C173,000$ 135,000$ 165,000$ 170,000$ 160,000$ 155,000$ 958,000$ 213 Government/Education Access Fund173,000$ 135,000$ 165,000$ 170,000$ 160,000$ 155,000$ 958,000$ 800 MHZ Radio Upgrades - WC18A45,000$ 48,242$ 101,076$ 306,076$ -$ -$ 500,394$ 101 General Fund-$ 56,076$ 261,076$ -$ -$ 317,152$ 223 Federal Capital Grant Fund35,000$ 38,242$ 35,000$ 35,000$ -$ -$ 143,242$ 230 CSA 17 Fund10,000$ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,000$ -$ -$ 40,000$ 2018-06-20Item 08P26 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total GIS Basemap Updates and Enhancements - WC01A50,000$ 60,000$ 50,000$ 10,000$ -$ 10,000$ 180,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ 60,000$ 50,000$ 10,000$ -$ 10,000$ 180,000$ Enterprise Workflow Management - EnerGov - WC16A40,000$ 42,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 82,000$ 101 General Fund40,000$ 42,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 82,000$ Mobile Workforce - WC16C-$ 15,000$ 10,000$ 10,000$ -$ -$ 35,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 15,000$ 10,000$ 10,000$ -$ -$ 35,000$ Cityworks Server - WC14A20,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 20,000$ 101 General Fund20,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 20,000$ TECHNOLOGY TOTAL664,889$ 735,392$ 818,076$ 926,486$ 636,100$ 530,000$ 4,310,943$ DRAINAGE Storm Drain Repair - CD05E250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 1,500,000$ 101 General Fund250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 1,500,000$ Leucadia Flooding Issues - CD17A160,000$ 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 260,000$ 101 General Fund160,000$ 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 260,000$ Citywide Flood and Channel Maintenance Permitting - WC09D25,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 25,000$ 101 General Fund25,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 25,000$ Prop 84 Round 4 Cottonwood Creek Watershed LID Retrofit - XCD19A-$ 185,780$ 6,500$ 6,500$ 1,220$ -$ 200,000$ 203 State Capital Grant Fund-$ 185,780$ 6,500$ 6,500$ 1,220$ -$ 200,000$ DRAINAGE TOTAL435,000$ 535,780$ 256,500$ 256,500$ 251,220$ 250,000$ 1,985,000$ FACILITIES Affordable Housing Acquisition - WC18C1,383,841$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,383,841$ 253 In Lieu Affordable Housing1,383,841$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,383,841$ Pacific Pines Maintenance Schedule - WC18D21,739$ 26,894$ 17,400$ 18,077$ 15,172$ 52,964$ 152,246$ 561 Pacific Pines Fund21,739$ 26,894$ 17,400$ 18,077$ 15,172$ 52,964$ 152,246$ FACILITIES TOTAL1,405,580$ 26,894$ 17,400$ 18,077$ 15,172$ 52,964$ 1,536,087$ 2018-06-20Item 08P27 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total PARKS AND BEACHES Beacon Beach Bluff Improvement Project - XCP19A-$ 3,400,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,400,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 3,400,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,400,000$ Rec Trails Development/Manchester Ave - CP00F3-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 101 General Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Rec Trails Development/Rancho Santa Fe Rd - CP00F269,100$ 1,064,429$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,133,529$ 101 General Fund69,100$ 1,064,429$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,133,529$ Park Shade Structures - CP18A3,704$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,704$ 231 Park Development Fund3,704$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,704$ Park Improvement Projects - CP04G169,031$ 281,000$ 164,800$ 169,744$ 174,836$ 174,836$ 1,134,247$ 101 General Fund169,031$ -$ 164,800$ 169,744$ 174,836$ 174,836$ 853,247$ 232 Park Acquisition Fund-$ 221,000$ 221,000$ 229 Donations/Contributions Fund-$ 60,000$ 60,000$ SCOUP-Sand Compatibility Opportunistic Use Program - WB08C120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 720,000$ 212 Coastal Zone Management Fund120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 120,000$ 720,000$ Rec Trails Development/El Camino Del Norte - CP00F4-$ 241,248$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 241,248$ 101 General Fund-$ 196,248$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 196,248$ 236 Recreational Trails Fund-$ 45,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 45,000$ Cardiff Beach Living Shoreline Project (Dune Restoration) - CP16A150,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ 203 State Capital Grant Fund150,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ Rec Trails Development/Adams Run- CP00F177,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 77,000$ 101 General Fund77,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 77,000$ Standard Pacific Park - CP14A-$ 523,492$ 418,746$ -$ -$ -$ 942,238$ 231 Park Development Fund-$ 24,013$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 24,013$ 232 Park Acquisition Fund-$ 499,479$ 418,746$ -$ -$ -$ 918,225$ PARKS AND BEACHES TOTAL588,835$ 5,630,169$ 703,546$ 289,744$ 294,836$ 294,836$ 7,801,966$ 2018-06-20Item 08P28 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS Birmingham Drive - Complete Streets - CS17B450,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 450,000$ 101 General Fund450,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 450,000$ 211 TransNet Program Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 233 Traffic Mitigation Fees-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 252 In Lieu Underground Fees-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Leucadia Blvd Roundabout at Hygeia - CS18B550,000$ 1,500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2,050,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ 1,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,050,000$ 201 HUTA (Gas Tax) Fund500,000$ 500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,000,000$ General Mobility Improvements - CS18E250,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 1,750,000$ 101 General Fund250,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 1,750,000$ Pedestrian Facilities/Safe Routes To School - CS01E200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 1,200,000$ 101 General Fund200,000$ 200,000$ 70,000$ 70,000$ 70,000$ 70,000$ 680,000$ 201 HUTA (Gas Tax) Fund-$ -$ 130,000$ 130,000$ 130,000$ 130,000$ 520,000$ Morning Sun Drive Sidewalk - CS19B-$ 1,900,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,900,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 1,900,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,900,000$ Springwood Sidewalk - CS18C500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 500,000$ 101 General Fund500,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 500,000$ Traffic Safety and Calming - CS02F75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 450,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ 233 Traffic Mitigation Fees25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 150,000$ ADA Curb Ramp Project (Transition Plan Compliance) - CS16C50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ 101 General Fund50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ Installation of Innovative Bike Lane Treatments - CS18D75,000$ 50,000$ 25,000$ -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ 101 General Fund75,000$ 50,000$ 25,000$ -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ Bonita Sidewalk - XCS19B-$ 120,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 120,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 120,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 120,000$ MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS TOTAL2,150,000$ 4,195,000$ 650,000$ 625,000$ 625,000$ 625,000$ 8,870,000$ 2018-06-20Item 08P29 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total STREETS AND RAILS Annual Street Overlay Program - CS19A3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 18,000,000$ 101 General Fund800,000$ 23,419$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 823,419$ 201 HUTA (Gas Tax) Fund398,000$ 1,280,581$ 1,325,845$ 1,173,000$ 1,128,920$ 1,151,499$ 6,457,845$ 211 TransNet Program Fund1,802,000$ 1,696,000$ 1,674,155$ 1,827,000$ 1,871,080$ 1,848,501$ 10,718,736$ North Coast Hwy 101 Streetscape - XCS20B-$ -$ 18,404,000$ -$ -$ -$ 18,404,000$ 101 General Fund-$ -$ 18,404,000$ -$ -$ -$ 18,404,000$ Rail Quiet Zone Construction - 4 Locations - CS21C-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 101 General Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 203 State Capital Grant Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ La Costa Avenue Improvements - CS11C-$ -$ 690,000$ -$ -$ -$ 690,000$ 101 General Fund-$ -$ 690,000$ -$ -$ -$ 690,000$ 233 Traffic Mitigation Fees-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 234 RTCIP Fund-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Street Light & Traffic Signal Replacements - CS17G60,000$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 360,000$ 295 ELLD40,000$ 40,000$ 40,000$ 40,000$ 40,000$ 40,000$ 240,000$ 297 Zone H Fund20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ 120,000$ Traffic Signal Modifications - CS02G50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ 233 Traffic Mitigation Fees50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 300,000$ El Portal Pedestrian Undercrossing - CS16F-$ -$ 238,000$ -$ -$ -$ 238,000$ 101 General Fund-$ (600,000)$ 232,000$ -$ -$ -$ (368,000)$ 223 Federal Capital Grant Fund-$ -$ 6,000$ -$ -$ -$ 6,000$ 234 RTCIP Fund-$ 600,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 600,000$ SR2S Cardiff School District - CS17C-$ 200,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 200,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ Encinitas Blvd Guardrail - XCS19C-$ 145,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 145,000$ 101 General Fund-$ 145,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 145,000$ STREETS AND RAIL TOTAL3,110,000$ 3,455,000$ 22,442,000$ 3,110,000$ 3,110,000$ 3,110,000$ 38,337,000$ 2018-06-20Item 08P30 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total WASTEWATER ESD Collection System Rehabilitation - CE04H1,400,000$ 1,250,000$ 1,250,000$ 1,250,000$ 750,000$ 750,000$ 6,650,000$ 522 ESD Replacement1,400,000$ 1,250,000$ 1,250,000$ 1,250,000$ 750,000$ 750,000$ 6,650,000$ Encina Plant Improvements - CE19B612,475$ 879,039$ 1,000,308$ 832,891$ 673,695$ 927,636$ 4,926,044$ 522 ESD Replacement612,475$ 879,039$ 1,000,308$ 832,891$ 673,695$ 927,636$ 4,926,044$ SEJPA Plant Improvements - CC19A143,804$ 76,757$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 2,120,561$ 512 CSD Replacement143,804$ 76,757$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 475,000$ 2,120,561$ CSD Collection System Rehabilitation - CC04E300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 1,800,000$ 512 CSD Replacement300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 1,800,000$ Olivenhain Truck Improvements - CC04J1,200,000$ 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ 3,200,000$ 512 CSD Replacement1,200,000$ 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ 3,200,000$ Batiquitos Pump Station Improvements - CE04A75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 450,000$ 522 ESD Replacement75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 75,000$ 450,000$ WASTEWATER TOTAL3,731,279$ 3,580,796$ 4,100,308$ 2,932,891$ 2,273,695$ 2,527,636$ 19,146,605$ 2018-06-20Item 08P31 of 32 CITY OF ENCINITAS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMFY 2017-18 THROUGH FY 2022-23 PROJECT LISTING - COMPLETERESOLUTION 2018-69 - EXHIBIT AFY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2021-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 6 Year Plan Total FACILITIES MAINTENANCE Civic Center Improvements - CF16A245,000$ 330,000$ 281,000$ 521,000$ 100,000$ 100,000$ 1,577,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund245,000$ 330,000$ 281,000$ 521,000$ 100,000$ 100,000$ 1,577,000$ Library Improvements - CF16F110,000$ 115,000$ -$ 15,000$ 450,000$ 50,000$ 740,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund110,000$ 115,000$ -$ 15,000$ 450,000$ 50,000$ 740,000$ PW Facility Improvements - CF18A146,000$ 150,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 496,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund146,000$ 150,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 496,000$ ADA Parking Lot Upgrades - CF16D205,000$ 130,000$ 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ 435,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund205,000$ 130,000$ 100,000$ -$ -$ -$ 435,000$ Fire Station Improvements - CF16B65,000$ 40,000$ 45,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 225,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund65,000$ 40,000$ 45,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 225,000$ Community & Senior Center Facility Improvements - CF20B-$ -$ 125,000$ -$ -$ -$ 125,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund-$ -$ 125,000$ -$ -$ -$ 125,000$ ADA Facilities Compliance - CF16E20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ -$ -$ -$ 60,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund20,000$ 20,000$ 20,000$ -$ -$ -$ 60,000$ Community Center LED Art Gallery Lighting - CF18B20,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 20,000$ 403 Facilities Capital Maintenance Fund20,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 20,000$ FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TOTAL811,000$ 785,000$ 621,000$ 611,000$ 625,000$ 225,000$ 3,678,000$ GRAND TOTAL13,071,583$ 19,536,598$ 30,068,830$ 8,819,698$ 7,881,023$ 7,665,436$ 87,043,168$ 2018-06-20Item 08P32 of 32