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City of Chino Hills 2018-19 Adopted Budget Table of Contents BudgetTransmittal................................................................................... i City Profile Mission/Values Statement.......................................................................... 1 Citywide Organizational Chart.................................................................... 3 Top Ten Property Taxpayers...................................................................... 4 Top 25 Sales Tax Producers...................................................................... 5 Population.................................................................................................. 6 Financial Information Overviewof City Funds.............................................................................. 7 BudgetResolution...................................................................................... 13 Appropriations Limit Calculation................................................................. 16 Budget Graphs TotalRevenues by Source......................................................................... 17 Total Expenditures by Department............................................................. 18 Total Expenditures by Category.................................................................. 19 General Fund Operating Revenues by Source ........................................... 20 General Fund Operating Expenditures by Department ............................... 21 General Fund Reserves............................................................................. 22 Budget Summaries Summary of Changes in Fund Balance FY 2018-19.................................. 23 Changes in Fund Balance by Fund FY 2018-19......................................... 24 Summary of Changes in Fund Balance FY 2017-18.................................. 27 Changes in Fund Balance by Fund FY 2017-18......................................... 28 Schedule of Revenues by Fund................................................................. 30 Schedule of Expenditures by Fund............................................................. 32 Schedule of Expenditures by Category...................................................... 34 Schedule of Transfers In and Out.............................................................. 36 Five Year Outlook Five Year Summary Outlook by Fund ........................................................ 39 City of Chino Hills 2018-19 Adopted Budget Table of Contents Revenue Schedule of Revenue Detail by Fund ......................................................... 45 Legislative Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 61 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 63 Expenditures by Category.......................................................................... 64 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 65 CityCouncil................................................................................................ 66 CityAttorney.............................................................................................. 67 CityClerk................................................................................................... 68 Personnel Summary................................................................................... 69 City Manager Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 71 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 73 Expendituresby Category .......................................................................... 74 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 75 Administration............................................................................................. 76 Code Enforcement...................................................................................... 77 Community Relations................................................................................. 78 Contract Services....................................................................................... 80 Emergency Preparedness.......................................................................... 81 Human Resources...................................................................................... 82 Information Technology.............................................................................. 83 PublicSafety.............................................................................................. 84 RiskManagement...................................................................................... 85 Personnel Summary................................................................................... 86 Community Development Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 89 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 91 Expendituresby Category .......................................................................... 92 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 93 Administration............................................................................................. 94 BuildingServices........................................................................................ 95 DevelopmentServices................................................................................ 96 EconomicDevelopment.............................................................................. 98 PersonnelSummary................................................................................... 99 City of Chino Hills 2018-19 Adopted Budget Table of Contents Community Services Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 101 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 103 Expenditures by Category.......................................................................... 104 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 105 Community Development Block Grant ....................................................... 106 Community Services................................................................................... 108 Personnel Summary................................................................................... 111 Finance Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 113 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 115 Expenditures by Category .......................................................................... 116 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 117 Administration............................................................................................ 119 Development Program............................................................................... 120 Utility Customer Service............................................................................. 122 Personnel Summary................................................................................... 123 Public Works Organizational Chart by Position................................................................ 125 Expenditures by Funding Source............................................................... 127 Expenditures by Category .......................................................................... 128 Expenditures by Division............................................................................ 129 Administration............................................................................................. 131 Engineering................................................................................................ 132 Equipment Maintenance............................................................................. 134 Facilities Maintenance................................................................................ 135 Parks and Landscape Maintenance............................................................ 136 Sanitation................................................................................................... 138 Storm System Maintenance........................................................................ 139 Street Maintenance.................................................................................... 140 Water.......................................................................................................... 142 Personnel Summary................................................................................... 144 Current Year Capital Improvement Program Projectsby Type........................................................................................ 147 Projects by Funding Source....................................................................... 149 ProjectListing by Type............................................................................... 150 Project Listing by Funding Source.............................................................. 152 Projects Completed in FY 2017-18............................................................. 155 Capital Improvement Program Detail.......................................................... 156 City of Chino Hills 2018-19 Adopted Budget Table of Contents Five -Year Capital Improvement Program Projectsby Type........................................................................................ 175 Projects by Funding Source....................................................................... 177 Project Listing by Type............................................................................... 178 Project Listing by Funding Source.............................................................. 180 Personnel Personnel Summary by Department.......................................................... 183 Authorized Positions.................................................................................. 185 Salary Schedule by Title............................................................................ 188 Appendices Glossary of Budget Terms......................................................................... 191 Annual Bond Debt Service Payments by Source ........................................ 195 Vehicle / Equipment Listing........................................................................ 197 Judeet Iransm-ittg r .ter k - j .• r i r As f F NO 14000 City Center Drive • Chino Hills, CA 91709 • (909) 364-2600 June 12, 2018 Honorable Mayor, Council Members and Citizens of Chino Hills, I am pleased to present the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 Annual Operating and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget for the City of Chino Hills. This budget represents a balanced budget for the coming fiscal year that continues to provide a high level of service to the community along with financial stability. That success is due to the continued support of the City Council and a dedicated City staff. The City Council's adopted Mission Statement remains the basis upon which we measure our efforts: MISSION AND VALUES STATEMENT It is the mission of the City of Chino Hills, in partnership with the community, to continue to develop and maintain the aesthetic beauty of the City, while fostering a safe and family oriented environment. The City is committed to providing excellent customer service, effectively managing growth, and creating a viable financial plan to ensure the continued success of the City. In developing this year's work program, we measured what we have accomplished and what we propose to accomplish against the City's Mission and Values Statement. FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS This budget has several particular points that are worthy of highlighting: (1) employee costs and contributions, (2) Landscape and Lighting District No. 1 subsidy, (3) Community Services Fund transfer from General Fund, (4) Community Development Fund transfer from General Fund, (5) financial structure for Street Sweeping operations, (6) costs beyond the City's control, and (7) new financial software. 1) Emolovee Costs and Contributions Personnel costs inclusive of all City funds are anticipated to increase by $764,800 from $23.3 million to $24.0 million. The increase is a result of SBCERA rate increases for pension benefits and increased medical costs. 2) Landscape and Liqhtinq (L&L) District No. 1 Subsidv In November 1995, the California electorate approved Proposition 218 that requires certain procedures to be followed with regard to "property related" fee increases imposed by governmental agencies. Since the passage of Proposition 218, the City has not asked the property owners for a fee increase for the L&L District No. 1 assessments. The L&L District No. 1 consists of ten zones. Since 1995, the L&L expenditures have been supported mostly by fees collected, use of reserves, and subsidies from the General Fund. Every year since FY 1999-2000, with the exception of FY 2003-04, the General Fund has provided a subsidy to the L&L District No. 1. As costs increase year over year, the reserves for each zone are being depleted. Once the reserves are fully depleted, the shortfall will be funded by a subsidy from the General Fund. It is anticipated that this subsidy will increase significantly going forward. During the past five years, the reserves have significantly decreased from $4.9 million in 2014, to a projected ending FY 2018-19 reserve amount of $1.1 million; a decline of 78%. With the depletion of reserves, the funding for replacement of playground equipment and maintenance of landscape areas increases the burden on the General Fund. For FY 2018-19, four of the ten zones will need subsidies from the General Fund totaling $983,200. Looking forward five years to FY 2022-23, an estimated $3.7 million from the General Fund will be needed to subsidize seven of the ten zones. The resolution of the fiscal structural imbalance for L&L District No. 1 is a dynamic issue and may require a multi -faceted solution. Policy discussions and direction from the City Council are in progress regarding various issues, including but not limited to, who pays into the L&L District No. 1, how much, and the level of maintenance efforts. A public workshop was held in 2015, and since then, the City Manager has continued to meet with interested parties for the purpose of education and identifying a viable solution to the district's fiscal structural imbalance. The end goal is to develop a fiscal policy that aligns with the long-term financial policy for the overall General Fund financial structure and its stability into the future. We anticipate that this will continue to be a priority issue for the City Council this fiscal year. For budget presentation purposes, the L&L Funds are the aggregation of the L&L District No. 1 funds, the Los Serranos Lighting District, the Vellano L&L District, and the Vila Borba CFD Maintenance District. These funds are projecting a decrease in fund balances of about $1.7 million during the budget year. The total aggregate ending fund balances for the Landscape and Lighting District Funds, including Villa Borba, for FY 2018-19 is projected to be $1.9 million. 3) Community Services Fund Transfer from General Fund The Community Services Fund covers the costs of Recreation as well as all of the Community Services Administration activities including support to the Parks and Recreation Commission, the McCoy Equestrian Center Operations Committee, and the Chino Hills Foundation. All functions and activities within the Community Services Department (with the exception of Community Development Block Grant) are reflected within this fund. Some of these activities such as Concerts in the Park are not fee related and, as a result, will need to receive funding from the General Fund. The Community Services Fund is projected to operate with a deficit of $5.2 million supported by a transfer from the General Fund. The Community Services operations are expected to continue to draw an annual transfer from the General Fund. To reduce the General Fund dependence for funding, staff is monitoring Community Services operations as well as Recreation operations, resulting in program offerings being modified or deleted accordingly. 4) Community Development Fund Transfer from General Fund The Community Development Fund covers the cost of the Community Development Department and three of its divisions: Administration, Building Services and Development Services. These functions are funded by way of user fees and the General Fund. In FY 2018-19, the Community Development Fund is projected to operate with a deficit of $1.6 million, supported by a transfer from the General Fund of $1.1 million. The deficit reflects an increase of $1.1 million from the prior year. To reduce the General Fund dependence for funding, staff is monitoring user fees as well as reviewing operations to gain greater efficiency where possible. 5) Financial Structure for Street Sweeping Operations Street sweeping operations are funded by a special assessment that is placed on the property tax bill. This fee has not increased since the City's incorporation, resulting in a stagnant revenue stream supporting the increasing costs. The ending fund balance is projected to be fully depleted in FY 2018-19. Street Sweeping is projected to operate with a deficit of $21,500 offset by the use of reserves. Until fees are increased, the Street Sweeping Fund is expected to require an annual subsidy from the General Fund. 6) Costs Bevond the Citv's Control While we are pleased that the revenues are stable, we are concerned with the increase in expenditures beyond our control. We continue to monitor the volatility in law enforcement and general liability insurance costs. The Sheriff's Department costs are increasing primarily due to increases in retirement costs and increases in risk management liabilities associated with higher automobile and law enforcement liability premiums. To assist in the containment of costs, the City does not supplant Sheriff staffing during leaves of absences of Sheriff personnel wherever possible, thus offsetting contract costs with service credits from these absences. In addition, the City benefitted from the sharing of support staff within our station. The FY 2017-18 budget was $13.0 million for the law enforcement contract. The FY 2018-19 budget reflects an increase of 4.4% for a total law enforcement cost of $13.6 million. The second cost issue is the unpredictability of the general liability insurance costs. The formula for allocation of liability costs to members of the insurance pool does not provide for a smoothing or deferral of spikes in claims over a period of time that would avoid significant swings in the cost of insurance from one year to the next. The premiums/deposits have become volatile due to the fiscal structure of the pool's cost sharing formula. It is estimated that liability insurance will decrease by $98,400 in FY 2018-19 to a total cost of $1.2 million. To offset potential future upswings in insurance costs, the City Council has committed $1.1 million into the Liability Insurance Stabilization reserve. 7) New Financial Software In order to increase staff efficiency, the City embarked on a major information technology project in FY 2016-17, the replacement of the utility billing, human resources, payroll and financial management software. The City's current financial system has been in place since July 1992 and operates on obsolete programming and software technology. It is anticipated that the new utility billing software will be ready to go -live on July 1, 2018 and the new financial management software is expected to go -live on July 1, 2019. Funding for the entire project is estimated to be $2.3 million and will be spread over multiple years of which $295,800 has been included on the FY 2018-19 budget. Implementation of the new financial management system will have a significant impact on all City departments. WATER UTILITY FUND The FY 2018-19 budget assumes an 8% increase in water rates as a result of the newly adopted budget based billing water rates that were adopted by City Council on May 22, 2018, and will be effective on July 1, 2018. The 2011 water rate study provided for an annual 10% increase in water rates; however, the water rates were last adjusted on July 1, 2014. Capital Improvement projects are funded in the amount of $3.2 million. The most significant capital project is to evaluate and remediate all wells for 1,2,3 TCP contamination as well as other contamination of emerging concern. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM The total Capital Improvement Program budget for FY 2018-19 is $10.2 million. The more significant capital projects are as follows: • FY 2018-19 Street Improvement Project - $1,250,000 • Rolling Ridge Avenue Rehabilitation - $1,539,700 • Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project — $480,000 • Yorba Avenue/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation - $528,000 • Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation - $905,000 • Maroon Bell — Winchester Water Main Replacement - $1,000,000 • 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation - $1,500,000 iv ALL FUNDS The City uses fund accounting to track expenses and revenues for different purposes. Funds are self -balancing sets of accounts or can be thought of as various businesses under the control of the City Council. For the purpose of comparing year-to-year or against other cities, it is common to add all revenues and expenses from all funds. For FY 2018-19, estimated revenues (including transfers in) on an all funds basis are $129.3 million. Many funds make up the total $129.3 million, with the largest being the General Fund in the amount of $40.8 million, or 32% of the City's total budget. TOTAL REVENUES BY FUN ❑ TYPE $129,344,043 Internal Service Funds Anencv Funds General Fui 32% Enterprise Funds 30% eneral Funds 9% Special Revenue Funds 20% Total City estimated revenues are projected to decrease by $43.2 million or 25% from the prior year. The largest portion of this decrease is due to an accounting change in how capital improvement projects are funded. In prior years, various funds transferred funding to the Capital Improvement Fund and project expenditures were recorded in that fund. In the FY 2018-19 budget, these transfers have been eliminated and project expenditures will be recorded in various special revenue, enterprise and agency funds. v For FY 2018-19, budgeted expenditures (including transfers out) for all funds are projected to be $129.7 million. Many funds make up the total budget amount, with the largest being the General Fund in the amount of $40.4 million, or 31 % of the City's total budget. City staff is committed to producing a balanced General Fund budget and has accomplished this for FY 2018-19. TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY FUN ❑ TYPE $129,678,193 Internal Service Funds Capital Proiect 70L Aaencv Funds Generc 31 Enterprise Funds 31% General nds Special Revenue Funds 20% Total City budgeted expenditures are projected to decrease by $57.4 million or 31 % from the prior year. This decrease is primarily due to the change in how CIP expenditures are accounted for as previously discussed. In addition, budgeted expenditures have decreased as a result of a change in the presentation of the total CIP requested in the budget. In prior years, the budget reflected not only current year appropriations, but also the CIP rollover from prior years. Now the FY 2018-19 CIP budget only reflects the new appropriations because the rollover of prior years is allowed through the budget resolution. The expenditure budget also decreased in the Development Program due to a decrease in debt payoffs compared to the prior year. The amount of debt paid off is determined by the funding available to pay down debt along with finding the correct creditor. vi GENERALFUND The City's financial goal is to provide an appropriate level of municipal services with the ability to adapt to local and regional economic changes, while maintaining and enhancing the sound fiscal condition of the City. The General Fund's total estimated ending fund balance for FY 2018-19 is $37.9 million, with an operating surplus of $375,544. General Fund unrestricted and restricted reserves are estimated to be $27.0 million and $10.9 million, respectively, by the end of FY 2018-19. A summary of the General Fund balance reserves are illustrated below: GENERAL FUND RESERVES $37,926,243 Capital Projects and LiabilityInsurance Line of Credit 5% Various Special Stabilization Projects 3% 7% Unrestricted 71% ion Stabilization (PARS) 14% Pension Stabilization (PARS) The PARS Pension Stabilization program provides an alternative to sending funds to the San Bernardino Employees' Retirement Association (SBCERA). The trust funding is in addition to all required annual payments to SBCERA. A retirement trust of this nature is irrevocable, meaning that any funds on deposit in the retirement trust may only be utilized to pay for qualified pension -related expenses. During FY 2016-17, an initial contribution of $5 million from the General Fund was made to the PARS trust to address net pension unfunded liabilities. In February 2018, a contribution of $930,000 was made from the Water Utility Fund and a contribution of $388,000 was made from the Sewer Utility Fund bringing the total amount contributed to $6.3 million. vii General Fund operating revenues are estimated to be $40.8 million, which is $1.3 million or 3.1 % less than the prior year. The decrease is due to a one time developer payment in FY 2017-18. The operating revenues deposited into the General Fund primarily come from taxes (63% of the $40.8 million). Property Te 34% GENERAL FUND OPERATING REVENUES $40,803,753 Overhead 26% Use ❑f Monev and �rvices her Taxes 9% Sales Tax 20% The General Fund taxes of $25.7 million consists of $13.7 million in property taxes (includes VLF Swap), $8.1 million in sales taxes, and $3.9 million in other taxes. • Property tax revenues are projected to increase by $447,000, or 3.4%, continuing a strong steady growth. • Sales Tax revenues are projected to remain flat. • Other Tax revenues are projected to decrease by $403,300, or 3.2% mostly due to: 1) using a more conservative estimate for the fluctuating property transfer tax and 2) cable service franchise fees are on a downward trend as consumers switch to subscription -based, video -on -demand services. viii General Fund operating expenditures are projected to be $40.4 million, which is $3.8 million or 9% less than the prior year. The change is mostly due to CIP transfers no longer including the prior year roll over amount (as previously discussed above). City Manac 49% GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES $40,428,209 Community Development Capital Improvement 1 % Legislative 50/0 Projects C10/. Finance 1 Transfers out 19% Public Works 18% • Personnel costs are projected to total $10.1 million, an increase of $334,800, or 3% from the prior year. The increase is a result of increased medical costs and SBCERA pension costs. • Operations and maintenance costs are projected to total $22.4 million, an increase of $1.2 million or 6% from the prior year. This increase is due to increased costs for contract services and supplies. • Capital outlay costs are projected to total $172,400, which is a decrease of $192,400 or 53% from the prior year. The decrease is due to fewer anticipated repairs at City facilities and parks. • Transfers out to other funds are projected to total $7.7 million, a decrease of $5.2 million or 40% from the prior year. These transfers support Community Development and Community Services operations and subsidize the landscape and lighting districts. ix FIVE YEAR OUTLOOK The first year of the Five Year Outlook is comprised of the FY 2018-19 estimated revenues and budgeted expenditures. The remaining four years of the Five Year Outlook are based upon anticipated program service level needs in light of the growth that is projected to occur over that period. These anticipated program adjustments are intended to provide the City Council with an indicator of service level needs projected over the near term to meet the increasing service demands generated by residential and commercial growth anticipated to occur within the City. ECONOMIC UPDATE Like all U.S. metropolitan areas, the Inland Empire is impacted by the federal government. The largest single change that will impact the nation's economic environment has been the passage of the 2017 federal tax bill. It is estimated that this measure will cut U.S. tax receipts by $1.5 billion while making no corresponding decrease in federal spending. The deficit created by the 2017 tax bill will add to the demand for goods and services at a time of near full employment. The Inland Empire will see its strong job growth continue in this environment. With employees in short supply, labor costs will rise along with materials costs resulting in price increases. The U.S. Consumer Price Index was up 2.1 % from December 2016-17, while the Southern California index was up 3.3%. Both the Federal Reserve Bank and financial markets are becoming worried about inflation and that is showing up in interest rate levels. Of great concern to the Inland Empire is the 10-year bond rate which has gone from a low of 1.5% in July 2016 to 2.84% in early February 2018, resulting in a gain of 1.34%. These interest rate rises could negatively impact the Inland Empire's vitally important construction sector. Another federal policy impacting the Inland Empire's construction sector are the limits on Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans. The lower FHA loan limit means that many new inland home buyers cannot access FHA guaranteed loans which hurts the ability of Inland Empire's builders to sell their homes. In May 2018, Governor Jerry Brown presented his revised FY 2018-19 budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2018. Known as the May Revise, the proposal includes $137.6 billion in General Fund spending and a total spending amount of $199.3 billion. With revenues expected to come in higher than what the Governor projected in January, he continues to prioritize building reserves and one-time spending. He proposes to fully fund the Rainy Day reserve at $13.8 billion by the end of FY 2018-19, with an additional $3.2 billion into the State's traditional budget reserve. The May Revise allocates $4 billion in new one time spending to address some of California's most urgent needs. The Governor repeated his fiscal prudence mantra while warning of the inevitability of the next recession and he expressed a desire to leave the State's finances in order as he completes his fourth term in office. x CONCLUSION: The City of Chino Hills has maintained its strong financial position through prudent, long-range policy decisions and sound fiscal management. The City will continue to monitor key economic indicators, sources of revenues, and spending levels as part of its sound conservative fiscal approach. With adoption by the City Council, this document will be the focus of our organizational efforts for FY 2018-19. The success of our program and project efforts during the next five years will shape the five-year viability and future of our community. As always, the cooperation and support of the Department Heads and their staff have been critical to the completion of this document. I would like to thank our Finance Department for their support to complete the numerous tasks necessary to create the document that is before you. �tradt Bartlam,'CityVanager A -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. xn City of Chino OL Mission It is the mission of the City of Chino Hills, in partnership with the community, to continue to develop and maintain the aesthetic beauty of the City, while fostering a safe and family oriented environment. The City is committed to providing excellent customer service, effectively managing growth, and creating a viable financial plan to ensure the continued success of the City.# Nahues Commitment - We are guided by the belief that the City of Chino Hills is a prominent, beautiful, and well -maintained City. We value our commitment to the citizens of Chino Hills and strive to provide them with the highest quality municipal services. Community Partnership - We work as partners with our residents to enhance the quality of life in Chino Hills. We respond to the needs of our community,and q Y P i- together, promote Chino Hills as a safe and healthy City. Honesty, Integrity, and Truthfulness - We value honesty, integrity, and truthfulness as the foundation of our organization. We recognize their importance in upholding our credibility with the community we serve. F - _ .._ Is' 711 People/Employees - Employees are the organization's most important resource. We work together as a team and each employee's contribution is key to our success. Pride - As employees, we take pride in ourselves, our organization, and our community, as we work together to provide professional services to the citizens of Chino Hills. Professionalism - We value our employees as professionals who provide an outstanding level of service to the citizens of Chino Hills. Responsiveness to the Community - We are dedicated to service, to identifying and addressing individual and community needs, to being responsive to change within the community, and to enhancing the quality of life in Chino Hills. We are here to serve our community. Cy Y 11�(I] Kim 011►[Il 01I11lf.� INC O P O A T E D 1991 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. City of Chino Hills Community Development -Administration -Building Services -Development Services -Economic Development City Organization CITYWIDE ORGANIZATIONAL CHART Citizens of Chino Hills Legislative City Council Legislative •City Attorney -City Clerk � City Manager � � -Administration — — — — — -Code Enforcement -Community Relations -Contract Services -Emergency Preparedness -Human Resources -Information Technology -Public Safety •Risk Management Community Services -Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) -Community Services Finance -Administration -Development Program -Utility Customer Service Public Works -Administration -Engineering -Equipment Maintenance -Facilities Maintenance -Parks and Landscape Maintenance -Sanitation Maintenance -Storm System Maintenance -Street Maintenance -Water 3 City of Chino Hills City Profile 2016-17 TOP TEN PROPERTY TAXPAYERS For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017 Percent of Taxable Total Taxable Assessed Assessed Taxpayer Value Rank Value Chino Dunhill, LLC $ 147,208,121 1 1.35% NF Chino Hills Associates LP 83,504,313 2 0.77% FHF I The Heights, LLC 82,842,776 3 0.76% JSP Creekside, LLC 67,237,253 4 0.62% CRCH, LLC 65,997,698 5 0.61 % Missions at Chino Hills 53,349,000 6 0.49% Fairfield Chino Hills, LP 51,821,134 7 0.48% YAH Investments, LLC 46,621,606 8 0.43% Weingarten Nostat, Inc. 45,434,627 9 0.42% ROIC California 35,063,105 10 0.32% Top Ten Total $ 679,079,633 6.25% City Total $ 10,884,915,903 Source: San Bernardino County Assessor 2016/17 Combined Tax Rolls, the SBE Non Unitary Tax Roll and HdL Coren & Cone 0 City of Chino Hills City Profile TOP 25 SALES TAX PRODUCERS FOR FY 2016-17 Business Name 7 Eleven Albertsons Arco AM PM Arco AM PM Bed Bath & Beyond BJs Restaurant & Brewhouse Buffalo Wild Wings Chevron Chick Fil A Circle K Circle K Costco Just Tires Lowes Lucille's Smokehouse BBQ Roscoe's Famous Deli Shell Stater Bros Toys R Us Turners Outdoorsman Unocal Victoria's Secret Western Water Works Supply Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill Yard House Business Cateaory Service Station Grocery Stores Service Stations Service Stations Home Furnishings Casual Dining Casual Dining Service Station Quick -Service Restaurants Service Stations Service Stations Discount Dept. Stores Automotive Supply Stores Building Materials Casual Dining Casual Dining Service Stations Grocery Stores Specialty Stores Sporting Goods/Bike Stores Service Stations Women's Apparel Heavy Industrial Casual Dining Casual Dining Source: Hinderliter, de Llamas & Associates, State Board of Equalization 5 City of Chino Hills Y4 P POPULATION 80,000 78,000 76,000 74,000 72,000 City Profile v'VvV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 gar 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 )pulation 78,725 74,663 75,089 1 75,497 75,747 76,055 77,596 78,866 80,676 83,159 Calendar Year Population Growth Calendar Year Population Growth Per Year Cumulative Growth 2009 78,725 260 36,034 2010 74,663 -4,062 31,972 2011 75,089 426 32,398 2012 75,497 408 32,806 2013 75,747 250 33,056 2014 76,055 308 33,364 2015 77,596 1,541 34,905 2016 78,866 1,270 36,175 2017 80,676 1,810 37,985 2018 83,159 2,483 40,468 Cumulative Growth rate is compared to the first full calendar year of 1992 (42,691). Source: Department of Finance E I P N c - M0,711 City of Chino Hills Financial Information OVERVIEW OF CITY FUNDS FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS The City's accounting system is organized and operated on a "fund basis" under which each fund is a distinct self -balancing accounting entity. A fund is "an independent fiscal and accounting entity used to record all financial transactions related to the specific purpose for which the fund was created". Funds are established for the purpose of carrying on specific activities or attaining certain objectives in accordance with special regulations, legal restrictions, or limitations on the revenue source. The City's annual operating budget is prepared in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and provides for the general operation of the City. The City Manager is authorized to transfer budgeted amounts between departments to assure adequate and proper standards of service. Budgetary revisions, which increase the combined appropriations in individual funds by more than $25,000, must be approved by the City Council. However, the budgetary level of control is at the departmental level. CITY FUND STRUCTURE A number of different funds are utilized to account for the City, and are classified into the following fund types: • General Fund • Special Revenue Funds • Capital Project Funds • Enterprise Funds • Agency Funds The City has established multiple funds under each fund type to assist in accounting and record keeping for the City and outside agencies. A brief description of each fund with the above fund types is provided below. GENERAL FUND TYPE General Fund (Fund 001): The General Fund is the main operating fund. It accounts for all financial resources of the general government, except those required to be accounted for in another fund. SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Gas Tax (Fund 010): This fund accounts for State Gas Tax monies received under various state laws. These funds may be used for street maintenance, right-of-way acquisition, and street construction. 7 City of Chino Hills Financial Information Air Quality Management District (Fund 011): In 1991-1992, the state passed AB 2766, the State's Air Quality Improvement Trust Fund. An increase in motor vehicle license fees collected by the State of California supports this state fund. The City receives a portion of the fees to enhance the City's clean air efforts. Measure I (Fund 012): This fund accounts for revenues which were approved by the San Bernardino County voters in a General Election authorizing a one-half percent (1/2%) sales tax on all retail transactions within the incorporated and unincorporated territory of the County of San Bernardino for a period not to exceed twenty years, proceeds of which are to be solely for county- wide transportation improvements and traffic management programs. Citizen's Option for Public Safetv (Fund 015): This fund accounts for the receipt of funds generated by AB3299 and expenditures for front-line police activity. Communitv Development Block Grant (Fund 017): This fund accounts for the receipts and expenditures of the Community Development Block Grant received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Affordable Housing Program (Fund 018): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in development of affordable housing in the City as financed through affordable housing in -lieu fees collected from new residential development projects. Landscape & Lighting Districts: These funds account for receipts and expenditures of money in the benefit assessment district zones for operating expenditures, maintenance and capital outlay related to street lighting, landscaping and parks located within the Districts. Fund 030 — Open Space Management Fund 031 — Parks Maintenance Fund 032 — 1-C Commercial Fund 040 — Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial Fund 045 — 1-H Los Ranchos Operations Fund 046 — 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations Fund 050 — 1-13 The Oaks Operations Fund 055 — 1-K Woodview Operations Fund 060 — 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations Fund 061 — 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations Fund 062 — 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations Fund 071 — 1-M Rincon Operations Fund 072 — Los Serranos Fund 073 — Vellano Fund 121 — Los Ranchos Arterial Fund 123 — Woodview Arterial Fund 124 — Carbon Canyon Arterial I City of Chino Hills Financial Information Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee (Fund 027): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in parks & recreation facilities fee programs which provide funds for the acquisition of land and construction of parks within the City and is financed from fees collected from the development of residential and commercial properties. Quimbv In -Lieu (Fund 028): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in quimby in -lieu fee programs which provide funds for the acquisition of land and construction of parks within the City and is financed from fees collected from the development of residential and commercial properties. Street Sweeping (Fund 033): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in providing street sweeping services as financed through assessment fees collected from residential and commercial property owners. Sleepv Hollow Road Improvements (Fund 104): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money for landscape and other maintenance in the area of the City formerly designated as County Service Area No. 19. Traffic Signal Fee (Fund 131): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the traffic signal fee program which provides funds for the installation of traffic signals within the City. Existing Infrastructure Fee (Fund 132): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities' development programs, which provides for the reimbursement of expenditures to property owners who constructed the facilities in the program. General Citv Facilities Fee (Fund 133): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for civic facilities such as a civic center, fire stations and community centers. Traffic Facilities Fee (Fund 134): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for traffic facilities such as streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters. Storm Drain Facilities Fee (Fund 135): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for storm drain facilities. Traffic Impact Fee (Fund 136): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for public transportation improvements needed to mitigate traffic impacts of future development. Protected Tree Replacement (Fund 140): This fund accounts for the receipts and expenditures of money for the replacement of protected trees within the City. PEG Access Fee (Fund 150): This fund accounts for Public, Educational, and Government (PEG) access fees collected by service providers through franchise agreements with the City. These fees pay for capital equipment and projects that provide for the continuation of PEG programming. I City of Chino Hills Financial Information Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account (Fund 184): This fund accounts for transportation tax monies received under the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1 Beall). The funds are used towards maintenance and rehabilitation and safety improvements on local streets and roads and active transportation facilities. Public Safetv Proqrams (Fund 198): This fund accounts for the receipts and expenditures of money for programs which enhance public safety and law enforcement. Miscellaneous Grants (Fund 199): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money for various grants received from Local, State, and Federal agencies. Solid Waste (Fund 504): This fund is used to account for receipts and expenditures of money for the collection, transportation, and disposal, via contract, of solid waste materials. Sewer Facilities Fee (Fund 506): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for sewer facilities. Water Facilities Fee (Fund 507): This fund accounts for receipts and expenditures of money in the facilities development program for water facilities. CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS CFD 10 Construction (Fund 377): This fund accounts for capital projects in the Community Facilities District No. 10 (Fairfield Ranch) financed by the issuance of Mello -Roos Community Facilities Bonds as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 9 Capital Proiects (Fund 379): This fund accounts for capital projects in the Community Facilities District No. 9 (Rincon Village Area) financed by the issuance of Mello -Roos Community Facilities Bonds as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. Capital Improvement (Fund 399): This fund is used to account for the expenditures of various capital improvement projects throughout the City that are funded by the General Fund. INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Equipment Maintenance (Fund 551): This fund accounts for the repair, replacement and maintenance of City -owned vehicles and equipment. Revenue for this fund is generated through charges to operating departments. Information Technoloqv (Fund 552): This fund accounts for the repair, replacement and maintenance of City -owned information technology systems and telecommunications hardware and software. Revenue for this fund is generated through charges to operating departments. 10 City of Chino Hills 14►k94NaN69=1111kiII&I Financial Information Water Utilitv (Fund 500): This fund accounts for the revenues and expenses for the operation, maintenance, and facilities' improvements of the City's water production, transmission and distribution system. Sewer Utilitv (Fund 501): This fund accounts for the revenues and expenses for the collection and treatment (via contract) of the liquid waste generated within the City. Water Depreciation/Rate Stabilization (Fund 512): This fund shall provide a prudent contingency to absorb fluctuations in revenues and to stabilize rates where rate affecting changes are unplanned, i.e., loss of revenue sources or unforeseen increased operating costs. AGENCYFUNDS General Aqencv (Fund 009): This fund accounts for the collection of various fees/deposits from developers for community development projects, and for the remittance of such fees/deposits to the City as costs associated with the projects are incurred. CFD 1 — Rollinq Ridge Operations (Fund 627): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 1 (Rolling Ridge), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello - Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 4 — The Oaks Operations (Fund 636): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 4 (The Oaks), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 5 — Soauel Cvn, Rincon & Woodview (Fund 640): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 5 (Rincon Village), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello - Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 6 — Carbon Canyon Operations (Fund 644): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 6 (Carbon Canyon), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello - Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 8 — Butterfield Operations (Fund 647): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 8 (Butterfield), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. 11 City of Chino Hills Financial Information CFD 9 — Rincon Villaqe-1998 (Fund 657): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 9 (Rincon Village), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD 10 — Fairfield Ranch (Fund 658): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 10 (Fairfield Ranch), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. CFD — Vila Borba (Fund 659): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property Assessment District 1994 Operations (Fund 691): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Assessment District 1994, and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the California 1915 Improvements Act. CFD 2 — Los Ranchos Special Tax (Fund 698): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Community Facilities District No. 2 (Los Ranchos), and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the Mello -Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. RAD 10-1 (Fund 699): This fund accounts for the collection of assessments from owners of property within the Reassessment District No. 10-1, and for the remittance of such assessments to the bondholders as required by the California 1915 Improvements Act. 12 RESOLUTION NO. 2018R-032 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA, ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 WHEREAS, the City Manager has presented to the City Council a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19; and WHERAS, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills has conducted a public meeting on June 12, 2018, to consider the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget document; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills has concluded its review and intends to approve and adopt the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget for the City and the Capital Improvement Program. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES RESOLVE, DETERMINE, AND ORDER AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City of Chino Hills Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget of $119,478,493, and Capital Improvement Program Budget of $10,199,700, which totals $129,678,193, as prepared and submitted by the City Manager and as modified by the City Council, is hereby approved, adopted and appropriated. SECTION 2. The approved budgets for the individual capital projects remain as authorized appropriations for the individual capital projects until these capital projects are completed. Any unexpended authorized appropriation for each capital project is automatically carried over from fiscal year to fiscal year until the funds of the individual capital project are expended or the capital project is canceled by the City Manager. Following the completion of the individual capital projects, the unexpended appropriation of each completed capital project shall be canceled and the capital projects' funding sources shall be released from their unexpended funding commitment. SECTION 3. At the end of Fiscal Year 2017-18, certain purchase orders exist as outstanding encumbrances representing contractual obligations of previously budgeted funds. In addition, certain amounts have been included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget that related to one-time allocations for specific projects and services, but remain unspent. Outstanding encumbrances and unspent one-time allocations may be carried forward to Fiscal Year 2018-19 upon review by the Finance Department and approval of the City Manager. SECTION 4. The City Manager shall execute on behalf of the City Council administrative supervision and control over this budget as authorized in accordance with Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 2.08. 13 SECTION 5. The City Manager is authorized to appropriate from reserves for each expenditure line item or capital improvement project, not exceeding $25,000 per transaction. The total of appropriations by the City Manager from General Fund reserves may not exceed $100,000 in a fiscal year until ratified by City Council. Any appropriations from reserves for each expenditure line item or capital improvement project exceeding $25,000 per transaction must be approved by the City Council. SECTION 6. The City Manager is authorized to transfer appropriations within a department within a fund or between departments within a fund without limitation. SECTION 7. The total budgeted permanent full time regular staff is 147 positions and seven permanent part-time positions. No increase shall be made in this number of positions without City Council approval. However, the City Manager is authorized to transfer such positions, create and/or adjust position classifications and reorganize departments under his authority if in his judgement such actions will result in a higher degree of efficiency of overall operations of the City. SECTION 8. That the City Clerk is instructed to forward a copy of the Resolution and the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget to the Auditor/Controller of the County of San Bernardino, in accordance with Section 53901 of the Government Code. SECTION 9.The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED this 12th day of June 2018. APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNILY 14 STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO CITY OF CHINO HILLS 0 I, Cheryl Balz, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 2018R-032 was duly adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills held on the 12th day of June 2018, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS MARQUEZ, ROGERS, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MORAN NONE NONE The foregoing is the original of Resolution No. 2018R-032 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held June 12, 2018. 15 City of Chino Hills Financial Information APPROPRATIONS LIMIT CALCULATION Article XIII B of the State Constitution, commonly referred to as the "Gann Limit", was adopted when California's voters approved Proposition 4 in November 1979. The limit has been modified by two subsequent initiatives --Proposition 98 in 1988 and Proposition 111 in 1990--but its basic framework remains in place today. Article XIII B places an annual limit on the appropriation of tax proceeds that can be made by the state, school districts and local governments in California. These limits are based on the amount of appropriations in the 1978-79 "base" year, as adjusted each year for population growth and cost -of -living factors. State and local governments are precluded from retaining any "excess revenues" above the limit. Article XIII B also requires the state to reimburse local governments for the cost of certain state mandates. The limit is different for every agency and changes each year. For fiscal year 2018-19, the estimated tax proceeds appropriated by the Chino Hills City Council are under the limit. The Appropriations Limit for fiscal year 2018-19 is $294,554,669. This amount is the maximum amount of tax proceeds the City is able to appropriate and spend in fiscal year 2018-19. The appropriations subject to the limit are $22,116907 leaving the City with an appropriations capacity under the limit of $272,437,762. APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT CALCULATION - FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 Part I - Calculation of Appropriations Limit Appropriations Limit - Fiscal Year 2017-18: Change in Per Capita Personal Income (3.67%) Change in City Population (4.61%): Calculation of Growth Factor (1.0367x 1.0461) Appropriations Limit - Fiscal Year 2018-19: Part II - Appropriations Subject to the Limit Proceeds from Taxes Total Appropriations Subject to the Limit Part III - Calculation of Appropriations Over/Under the Limit Appropriations Limit - Fiscal Year 2018-19: Less: Appropriations Subject to Limitation Total Appropriations Under the Limit $ 271,606,157 1.0367 (a) 1.0461 (a) 1.08449187 $ 294,554,669 $ 22,116,907 $ 22,116,907 $ 294,554,669 (22,116,907) $ 272,437,762 (a) Source: State of California, Department of Finance, Price and Population Information, May 2018. 16 � r II5 � Ida#'� •*5 tL �. City of Chino Hills TOTAL REVENUES BY SOURCE $129, 344, 043 Fines and Penalties Intergovernmental1 1%, Use of Money and 1 % \ Prnnarty Other R <1 Charges for Servii 40% Source: Other Revenues Intergovernmental Fines and Penalties Use of Money and Property Development Impact Fees Sales Tax Other Taxes Transfers Overhead Property Tax Charges for Services Total Property Tax- 21% Budget Graphs rlavalnnmant Impact ax Other Taxes 7% Transfers 7% verhead 11% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual Actual Adopted Adopted $ 37,248,857 $ 19,735,634 $ 2,851,400 $ 554,905 4,909,892 4,348,929 4,310,300 569,700 661,874 595,142 584,000 589,400 4,106,079 927,831 3,203,800 2,860,400 13,372,655 19,685,278 17,441,200 5,164,600 8,067,647 7,595,570 8,110,800 8,108,000 6,962,372 6,484,909 7,253,900 8,642,839 17,876,068 20,091,271 39,545,600 9,130,624 12,475,216 14,078,447 13,563,100 14,420,600 26,239,214 26,311,139 26,983,400 27,400,100 44,432,069 48,105,896 48,731,500 51,902,875 $ 176,351,943 $ 167,960,046 $ 172,579,000 $ 129,344,043 Note: FY 2018-19 transfers to the Capital Improvement Fund for capital projects was eliminated for all funds except the General Fund. 17 City of Chino Hills Public Wi 43% Department: Budget Graphs TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT $129,678,193 Legislative Community Development Community Services Transfers Out Capital Improvement Program Finance City Manager Public Works I Pn kintivP Communitv City Manager 21% Out Capital provement 3rogram 8% Finance 10% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual Actual Adopted Adopted $ 1,690,540 $ 1,730,718 $ 1,923,300 $ 2,112,730 4,413,696 4,625,167 5,538,000 5,175,272 5,609,118 6,312,759 6,745,700 6,954,671 20,400,986 21,983,026 39,546,800 9,130,624 10,084,717 4,135,346 35,029,000 10,199,700 33,679,697 14,825,494 19,874,900 12,635,745 23,242,987 25,578,941 25,977,200 27,355,001 45,748,030 48,702,165 52,432,900 56,114,450 Total $ 144,869,771 $ 127,893,616 $ 187,067,800 $ 129,678,193 is City of Chino Hills Operations & Maintenance 65% Budget Graphs TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY $129, 678,193 Capital Outlay Transfers 90/ _.,, jects Salaries & Benefits 18% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Category: Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Capital Outlay $ 2,821,502 $ 1,180,839 $ 1,560,300 $ 2,454,820 Transfers 20,400,986 21,983,026 39,546,800 9,130,624 Capital Projects 10,084,717 4,135,346 34,756,700 10,199,700 Salaries & Benefits 19,998,510 21,086,351 23,257,600 24,022,400 Operations & Maintenance 91,564,056 79,508,054 87,946,400 83,870,649 Total I $ 144,869,771 I $ 127,893,616 I $ 187,067,800 I $ 129,678,193 1 Note: FY 2018-19 transfers to the Capital Improvement Fund for capital projects was eliminated for all funds except the General Fund. 19 City of Chino Hills Budget Graphs GENERAL FUND OPERATING REVENUES BY SOURCE $40,803,753 Fines and Penalties Use of Money and Other RPVP_miP_--, Dr—r+w Property Tz 34% Overhead 26% Source: Other Revenues Fines and Penalties Use of Money and Property Charges for Services Other Taxes Sales Tax Overhead Property Tax Total FY 2015-16 Actual $ 15,419,773 $ 481,161 1,312,832 1,926,277 4,021,956 8,067,647 9,592,246 12,028,812 $ 52,850,704 $ FY 2016-17 Actual 13,852,584 $ 429,469 769,414 2,210,972 3,640,722 7,595,570 9,651,729 12,604,842 50,755,302 $ Dr ther Taxes 9% Sales Tax 20% FY 2017-18 Adopted 468,900 $ 404,000 1,048,100 2,612,500 4,235,100 8,110,800 10,178,900 13,277,800 40,336,100 $ FY 2018-19 Adopted 371,964 409,400 1,124,900 2,652,489 3,888,400 8,108,000 10,523,800 13,724,800 40,803,753 20 City of Chino Hills City Manager 49% Department: Budget Graphs GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT $4034283209 Community Capital Improvement Development Legislative Projects 1 % � 5% <1 Finance Capital Improvement Projects Community Development Legislative Finance Public Works Transfers Out City Manager Total E-1 FY 2015-16 Actual 92,518 $ 1,690,540 18,125,672 6,262,450 5,937,455 16,742,786 48,851,421 $ FY 2016-17 Actual 237,942 $ 1,730,718 2,943,531 6,223,874 5,448,913 18,439,735 35,024,713 $ Public Works 18% rs Out 19% FY 2017-18 Adopted 1,745,600 $ 159,600 1,923,300 3,233,200 6,839,500 6,440,900 19,170,400 39,512,500 $ FY 2018-19 Adopted 120,000 212,425 2,112,730 3,103,950 7,454,000 7,615,524 19,809,580 40,428,209 21 City of Chino Hills Unrestrii 71% Classification: GENERAL FUND RESERVES $37,926,243 Liability Insurance Capital Projects and Stabilization Line of Credit Budget Graphs al Pension Stabilization (PARS) 14% FY 2015-16 I FY 2016-17 I FY 2017-18 I FY 2018-19 Actual Actual Adopted Estimated* Liability Insurance Stabilization $ 1,100,000 $ 1,110,700 $ 1,132,300 $ 1,100,000 Capital Projects and Line of Credit 2,075,168 2,075,168 2,075,168 2,075,168 Various Special Projects 2,480,561 2,943,402 2,083,198 2,569,757 Pension Stabilization (PARS) - 5,261,106 5,000,000 5,147,347 Unrestricted 21,299,767 32,063,562 27,396,467 27,033,971 Total $ 26,955,496 $ 43,453,938 1 $ 37,687,133 $ 37,926,243 *Estimated amounts are based on balances at March 31, 2018. 22 ,�� •emu'. ! ..�}�-- -�•' },. t. �r'. It i� i : �' •�7� r 45di y4I .a• N � • j�f r '� y w CJTF � •k Ix , N W City of Chino Hills FUND TITLE General Fund Community Services Community Development TDA Pass-Thru TOTAL GENERAL FUND Gas Tax Funds Air Quality Management District Measure I Community Development Block Grant Street Sweeping Solid Waste Landscaping and Lighting District Funds Development Impact Fee Funds Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS Water Utility Sewer Utility TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS* Equipment Maintenance Information Technology TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS* AGENCYFUNDS Budget Summaries SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - FY 2018-19 ESTIMATED CHANGE IN PROJECTED FUND BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE 07/01/18 REVENUE** EXPENDITURES** FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 06/30/19 $ 37,550,699 $ 40,803,753 $ (40,428,209) $ 375,544 $ - $ - $ 37,926,243 - 1,617,004 (6,832,396) (5,215,392) 5,215,392 - - 442,978 2,194,647 (3,758,557) (1,563,910) 1,120,932 - - - 1,227,650 (1,227,650) - - - - $ 37,993,677 $ 45,843,054 $ (52,246,812) $ (6,403,758) $ 6,336,324 $ - $ 37,926,243 $ 1,856,890 $ 3,377,639 $ (2,006,750) $ 1,370,889 $ - $ (1,789,700) $ 1,438,079 319,376 100,700 (900) 99,800 - - 419,176 245,204 1,376,800 (27,300) 1,349,500 - (1,552,900) 41,804 - 350,000 (119,800) 230,200 - (230,200) - 21,500 196,900 (218,400) (21,500) - - - - 5,311,621 (5,311,621) - - - - 1,875,499 8,663,200 (10,340,800) (1,677,600) 983,200 (103,200) 1,077,899 34,464,464 5,106,100 (2,503,600) 2,602,500 - (210,000) 36,856,964 5,214,437 667,900 (292,840) 375,060 - (336,900) 5,252,597 $ 43,997,370 $ 25,150,860 $ (20,822,011) $ 4,328,849 $ 983,200 $ (4,222,900) $ 45,086,519 $ 2,615,811 $ 596,600 $ - $ 596,600 $ - $ (120,000) $ 3,092,411 $ 43,274,018 $ 30,663,005 $ (27,441,270) $ 3,221,735 $ - $ (3,207,500) $ 43,288,253 24,422,241 8,615,000 (9,382,800) (767,800) - (86,300) 23,568,141 $ 67,696,259 $ 39,278,005 $ (36,824,070) $ 2,453,935 $ - $ (3,293,800) $ 66,856,394 $ 5,407,182 $ 1,143,100 $ (902,700) $ 240,400 $ - $ - $ 5,647,582 612,155 1,856,300 (1,856,300) - - - 612,155 $ 6,019,337 $ 2,999,400 $ (2,759,000) $ 240,400 $ - $ - $ 6,259,737 $ 21,578,489 $ 8,156,600 $ (6,826,600) $ 1,330,000 $ - $ (2,563,000) $ 20,345,489 *Long-term debt, capital assets and investment in joint venture have been removed to reflect working capital. **Includes operating transfers in/out. N City of Chino Hills FUND # FUND TITLE 001 General Fund 003 Community Services 004 Community Development 005 TDA Pass Thru TOTAL GENERAL FUND 010 Gas Tax 011 Air Quality Management District 012 Measure 1 015 Citizen's Option for Public Safety 017 Community Development Block Grant 018 Affordable Housing Program 026 Landscape & Lighting - Administration 027 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee 028 Quimby In -Lieu 030 Open Space Management 031 Parks Maintenance 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 033 Street Sweeping 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 050 L & L - 1-B The Oaks Operations 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 072 L & L - Los Serranos 073 L & L - Vellano 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 131 Traffic Signal Fee 132 Existing Infrastructure Fee 133 General City Facilities Fee 134 Traffic Facilities Fee 135 Storm Drain Facilities Fee 136 Traffic Impact Fee 140 Protected Tree Replacement 150 PEG Access Fee 184 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 198 Public Safety Programs 199 Miscellaneous Grant 504 Solid Waste 506 Sewer Facilities Fee 507 Water Facilities Fee TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Budget Summaries CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE BY FUND - FY 2018-19 ESTIMATED CHANGE IN PROJECTED FUND BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING TRANSFERS TRANSFERS OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE 7/1/2018 REVENUE EXPENDITURES IN OUT FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 6/30/2019 37,550,699 40,803,753 (32,692,685) (7,735,524) 375,544 - 37,926,243 - 1,617,004 (6,832,396) (5,215,392) 5,215,392 - 442,978 2,194,647 (3,758,557) (1,563,910) 1,120,932 - 1,227,650 (1,227,650) - - $ 37,993,677 $ 45,843,054 $ (44,511,288) $ $ (7,735,524) $ (6,403,758) $ 6,336,324 $ - $ 37,926,243 $ 1,856,890 $ 2,037,929 $ (2,006,750) $ $ $ 31,179 $ - $ (450,000) $ 1,438,069 319,376 100,700 (900) 99,800 419,176 245,204 1,376,800 (27,300) 1,349,500 (1,552,900) 41,804 - 100,000 (100,000) - - - 350,000 (119,800) 230,200 (230,200) - 3,435,534 438,500 (30,240) 408,260 3,843,794 1,584 2,040,500 (1,937,300) 103,200 (103,200) 1,584 568,579 406,900 (103,200) 303,700 872,279 1,823,181 145,700 (36,900) 108,800 1,931,981 - 5,500 (263,400) 257,900 - - - - (592,100) 592,100 - 416,167 312,700 (264,100) - (157,300) (108,700) 307,467 21,500 196,900 (218,400) (21,500) - 576,377 817,200 (855,700) (106,100) (144,600) - 431,777 287,900 2,895,900 (3,003,300) (470,800) (578,200) 290,300 - 200 15,200 (16,300) (1,100) 900 - 59,394 129,300 (151,300) (14,300) (36,300) - 23,094 162,209 21,700 (22,000) (300) 161,909 10,107 2,000 (3,000) (1,000) - 9,107 - 52,300 (61,700) (13,200) (22,600) 22,600 - 19,898 3,100 (3,100) - 19,898 - 912,500 (1,469,500) (112,400) (669,400) 669,400 - 30,790 33,400 (26,100) 7,300 - 38,090 281,571 207,400 (433,300) (225,900) 55,671 36,096 10,400 (10,100) - 300 36,396 22,774 - (340,600) 340,600 - 22,774 1,528 (9,300) 9,300 1,528 5,000 (14,600) 14,600 5,000 169,009 - - 169,009 4,770,710 2,216,700 (2,216,700) - 4,770,710 5,127,922 300,900 (22,600) 278,300 5,406,222 2,559,313 38,300 (2,900) 35,400 2,594,713 7,712,100 443,200 (24,200) 419,000 8,131,100 50,687 296,900 (22,300) 274,600 325,287 922,252 100,000 (152,500) (52,500) 869,752 - 1,339,710 1,339,710 (1,339,700) 10 30,761 - - 30,761 789,794 19,000 19,000 (336,900) 471,894 - 5,311,621 (5,311,621) - - 3,783,153 77,600 (5,800) 71,800 3,854,953 7,899,810 1,179,900 (69,000) - 1,110,900 - (210,000) 8,800,710 $ 43,997,370 $ 23,936,360 $ (19,903,511) $ 1,214,500 $ (918,500) $ 4,328,849 $ 983,200 $ (4,222,900) $ 45,086,519 City of Chino Hills FUND # FUND TITLE 377 CFD 10 Construction 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects 399 Capital Improvement TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS 500 Water Utility 501 Sewer Utility 512 Water Depreciation/Rate Stablization TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS* 551 Equipment Maintenance 552 Information Technology TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS* 009 General Agency 627 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations 636 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations 640 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview 644 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations 647 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations IV 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 Cn 658 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch 659 CFD-Vila Borba 691 Assessment District 1994 Operations 698 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax 699 RAID 10-1 TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE BY FUND - FY 2018-19 ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING TRANSFERS 7/1/2018 REVENUE EXPENDITURES IN $ 760 $ $ $ 2,615,051 476,6( - 120,0( $ 2,615,811 $ $ $ 596,6( $ 36,024,382 $ 30,555,005 $ (27,441,270) $ 24,422,241 8,615,000 (9,382,800) 7,249,636 108,000 $ 67,696,259 $ 39,278,005 $ (36,824,070) $ $ 5,407,182 $ 1,143,100 $ (902,700) $ 612,155 1,856,300 (1,856,300) $ 6,019,337 $ 2,999,400 $ (2,759,000) $ $ 39,260 $ - $ - $ 1,485,379 401,600 (197,400) 4,661,071 161,000 (70,200) 5,654,126 3,049,500 (2,209,200) 1,462,726 266,300 (197,400) 407,750 91,400 (6,300) 1,585,072 1,160,600 (635,700) 1,962,639 1,000,000 (955,000) 708,304 370,000 (278,900) 3,012,579 1,346,700 (1,505,600) 599,583 309,500 (294,300) $ 21,578,489 $ 8,156,600 $ (6,350,000) $ *Long-term debt, capital assets and investment in joint venture have been removed to reflect working capital. Budget Summaries CHANGE IN PROJECTED TRANSFERS OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE OUT FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 6/30/2019 $ - $ $ $ 760 476,600 3,091,651 120,000 (120,000) - $ 596,600 $ $ (120,000) $ 3,092,411 $ 3,113,735 $ $ (3,207,500) $ 35,930,617 (767,800) (86,300) 23,568,141 108,000 7,357,636 $ 2,453,935 $ $ (3,293,800) $ 66,856,394 $ 240,400 $ $ $ 5,647,582 - 612,155 $ 240,400 $ $ $ 6,259,737 $ - $ $ $ 39,260 204,200 (520,000) 1,169,579 90,800 (1,095,000) 3,656,871 840,300 (528,000) 5,966,426 68,900 1,531,626 85,100 (220,000) 272,850 (476,600) 48,300 1,633,372 45,000 2,007,639 91,100 799,404 (158,900) (200,000) 2,653,679 15,200 614,783 (476,600) $ 1,330,000 $ $ (2,563,000) $ 20,345,489 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 26 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - FY 2017-18 FUND CHANGEIN PROJECTED BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE FUND TITLE 07/01/17 REVENUE** EXPENDITURES** FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 06/30/18 General Fund $ 42,010,830 $ 41,537,700 $ (44,564,231) $ (3,026,531) $ - $ (1,433,600) $ 37,550,699 Community Services 145,676 1,420,500 (6,719,900) (5,299,400) 5,153,724 - - Community Development 518,578 3,591,900 (4,142,400) (550,500) 474,900 - 442,978 TDA Pass-Thru - 1,800,100 (1,800,100) - - - - TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 42,675,084 $ 48,350,200 $ (57,226,631) $ (8,876,431) $ 5,628,624 $ (1,433,600) $ 37,993,677 Gas Tax Funds $ 2,820,175 $ 2,280,915 $ (2,563,200) $ (282,285) $ - $ (681,000) $ 1,856,890 Air Quality Management District 408,276 107,400 (196,300) (88,900) - - 319,376 Measure 1 1,857,042 1,383,400 (1,465,238) (81,838) - (1,530,000) 245,204 Community Development Block Grant - 582,674 (320,574) 262,100 - (262,100) - Street Sweeping 31,224 200,376 (271,200) (70,824) 61,100 - 21,500 Solid Waste - 5,107,400 (5,107,400) - - - - Landscaping and Lighting District Funds 2,740,519 8,401,800 (9,613,920) (1,212,120) 462,400 (115,300) 1,875,499 NO Development Impact Fee Funds 39,877,311 16,730,500 (13,843,347) 2,887,153 - (8,300,000) 34,464,464 v Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds 3,978,820 5,137,499 (2,897,482) 2,240,017 - (1,004,400) 5,214,437 TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS $ 51,713,367 $ 39,931,964 $ (36,278,661) $ 3,653,303 $ 523,500 $ (11,892,800) $ 43,997,370 CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS $ 4,952,444 $ 351,200 $ (2,687,833) $ (2,336,633) $ - $ - $ 2,615,811 Water Utility $ 45,964,455 $ 26,714,000 $ (28,871,937) $ (2,157,937) $ - $ (532,500) $ 43,274,018 Sewer Utility 25,823,245 8,463,800 (8,403,404) 60,396 - (1,461,400) 24,422,241 TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS* $ 71,787,700 $ 35,177,800 $ (37,275,341) $ (2,097,541) $ - $ (1,993,900) $ 67,696,259 Equipment Maintenance $ 5,133,982 $ 1,183,400 $ (910,200) $ 273,200 $ - $ - $ 5,407,182 Information Technology 1,359,055 1,626,300 (2,373,200) (746,900) - - 612,155 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS* $ 6,493,037 $ 2,809,700 $ (3,283,400) $ (473,700) $ - $ - $ 6,019,337 AGENCY FUNDS $ 24,196,640 $ 8,435,200 $ (8,541,351) $ (106,151) $ - $ (2,512,000) $ 21,578,489 *Long-term debt, capital assets and investment in joint venture have been removed to reflect working capital. Note: Reflects amended budget at April 30, 2018. ** Includes operating transfers in/out. City of Chino Hills FUND # FUND TITLE 001 General Fund 003 Community Services 004 Community Development 005 TDA Pass Thru TOTAL GENERAL FUND 010 Gas Tax 011 Air Quality Management District 012 Measure 1 015 Citizen's Option for Public Safety 017 Community Development Block Grant 018 Affordable Housing Program 026 Landscape & Lighting - Administration 027 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee 028 Quimby In -Lieu 030 Open Space Management 031 Parks Maintenance 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 033 Street Sweeping 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial fV 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 00 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 050 L & L - 1-13 The Oaks Operations 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 072 L & L - Los Serranos 073 L & L - Vellano 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 131 Traffic Signal Fee 132 Existing Infrastructure Fee 133 General City Facilities Fee 134 Traffic Facilities Fee 135 Storm Drain Facilities Fee 136 Traffic Impact Fee 140 Protected Tree Replacement 150 PEG Access Fee 184 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 198 Public Safety Programs 199 Miscellaneous Grant 504 Solid Waste 506 Sewer Facilities Fee 507 Water Facilities Fee TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Budget Summaries CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE BY FUND - FY 2017-18 FUND CHANGE IN PROJECTED BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING TRANSFERS TRANSFERS OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE 7/1/2017 REVENUE EXPENDITURES IN OUT FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 6/30/2018 $ 42,010,830 $ 41,446,800 $ (38,134,807) $ 90,900 $ (6,429,424) $ (3,026,531) $ - $ (1,433,600) $ 37,550,699 145,676 1,420,500 (6,719,900) - (5,299,400) 5,153,724 - 518,578 3,591,900 (4,142,400) (550,500) 474,900 442,978 - 1,800,100 (1,800,100) - - - $ 42,675,084 $ 48,259,300 $ (50,797,207) $ 90,900 $ (6,429,424) $ (8,876,431) $ 5,628,624 $ (1,433,600) $ 37,993,677 $ 2,820,175 $ 1,820,815 $ (2,103,100) $ - $ $ (282,285) $ - $ (681,000) $ 1,856,890 408,276 107,400 (196,300) (88,900) 319,376 1,857,042 1,383,400 (1,465,238) (81,838) (1,530,000) 245,204 1,301 100,199 (101,500) (1,301) - - 582,674 (320,574) 262,100 (262,100) - 2,245,434 1,215,100 (25,000) 1,190,100 - 3,435,534 5,300 1,792,300 (1,682,316) 109,984 1,600 (115,300) 1,584 400,779 1,661,500 (1,493,700) 167,800 - 568,579 2,081,181 618,000 (876,000) - (258,000) 1,823,181 - 5,500 (247,200) 241,700 - - 1,200 (556,000) 554,800 - 473,967 320,700 (232,300) - (146,200) (57,800) - 416,167 31,224 200,376 (271,200) (70,824) 61,100 21,500 556,477 828,100 (708,800) (99,400) 19,900 - 576,377 959,804 2,922,000 (3,159,104) (434,800) (671,904) - 287,900 - 15,200 (15,100) 100 100 200 96,494 131,800 (155,500) (13,400) (37,100) - 59,394 158,709 24,200 (100) (20,600) 3,500 162,209 10,707 2,200 - (2,800) (600) - 10,107 - 52,400 (52,600) (12,300) (12,500) 12,500 - 19,398 3,400 (2,900) 500 - 19,898 - 913,200 (1,256,200) (105,200) (448,200) 448,200 - 15,690 41,000 (25,900) 15,100 - 30,790 415,271 215,400 (349,100) (133,700) 281,571 34,996 11,300 (10,200) - 1,100 36,096 22,174 3,100 (313,800) 311,300 600 22,774 1,528 - (8,600) 8,600 - 1,528 5,000 100 (13,700) 13,600 5,000 321,772 6,200 (158,963) - (152,763) 169,009 4,703,710 7,952,500 (7,885,500) 67,000 4,770,710 3,950,822 1,269,000 (91,900) 1,177,100 5,127,922 2,379,113 191,900 (11,700) 180,200 2,559,313 6,784,600 995,000 (67,500) 927,500 7,712,100 4,437 50,000 (3,750) 46,250 50,687 4,309 100 (9) 91 (4,400) - 778,852 143,400 - 143,400 922,252 - 460,100 (460,100) - - 30,261 500 500 30,761 883,667 3,666,900 (2,669,873) (90,900) 906,127 (1,000,000) 789,794 - 5,107,400 (5,107,400) - - 4,557,555 388,500 (162,902) 225,598 (1,000,000) 3,783,153 14,693,342 3,597,900 (3,091,432) - 506,468 - (7,300,000) 7,899,810 $ 51,713,367 $ 38,801,964 $ (35,335,061) $ 1,130,000 $ (943,600) $ 3,653,303 $ 523,500 $ (11,892,800) $ 43,997,370 City of Chino Hills FUND # FUND TITLE 377 CFD 10 Construction 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects 399 Capital Improvement TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS 500 Water Utility 501 Sewer Utility 512 Water Depreciation/Rate Stablization TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS* 551 Equipment Maintenance 552 Information Technology TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS* 009 General Agency 627 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations 636 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations 640 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview 644 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations 647 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations N 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 (O 658 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch 659 CFD-Vila Borba 691 Assessment District 1994 Operations 698 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax 699 RAID 10-1 TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS Budget Summaries CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE BY FUND - FY 2017-18 FUND CHANGE IN PROJECTED BALANCE OPERATING OPERATING TRANSFERS TRANSFERS OPERATING GENERAL FUND CAPITAL FUND BALANCE 7/1/2017 REVENUE EXPENDITURES IN OUT FUND BALANCE SUBSIDY PROJECTS 6/30/2018 $ 286,173 $ - $ (285,413) $ - $ $ (285,413) $ $ $ 760 4,666,271 74,500 (2,402,420) 276,700 (2,051,220) 2,615,051 $ 4,952,444 $ 74,500 $ (2,687,833) $ 276,700 $ - $ (2,336,633) $ - $ $ 2,615,811 $ 38,829,819 $ 26,599,000 $ (28,871,937) $ - $ $ (2,272,937) $ $ (532,500) $ 36,024,382 25,823,245 8,463,800 (8,403,404) 60,396 (1,461,400) 24,422,241 7,134,636 115,000 115,000 7,249,636 $ 71,787,700 $ 35,177,800 $ (37,275,341) $ $ $ (2,097,541) $ $ (1,993,900) $ 67,696,259 $ 5,133,982 $ 1,183,400 $ (910,200) $ $ $ 273,200 $ $ $ 5,407,182 1,359,055 1,626,300 (2,373,200) (746,900) 612,155 $ 6,493,037 $ 2,809,700 $ (3,283,400) $ $ $ (473,700) $ $ $ 6,019,337 $ 39,260 $ - $ - $ $ $ - $ $ $ 39,260 1,348,779 394,600 (236,600) 158,000 (21,400) 1,485,379 5,874,871 234,000 (11,600) 222,400 (1,436,200) 4,661,071 5,279,526 2,780,900 (2,406,300) 374,600 5,654,126 1,577,626 312,900 (213,500) 99,400 (214,300) 1,462,726 369,850 104,000 (4,900) 99,100 (61,200) 407,750 1,365,772 1,141,600 (645,600) (276,700) 219,300 1,585,072 1,908,339 1,048,500 (994,200) 54,300 1,962,639 675,204 310,800 (277,700) 33,100 708,304 39,068 - (39,068) (39,068) - 4,968,762 1,715,100 (2,892,383) (1,177,283) (778,900) 3,012,579 749,583 392,800 (542,800) (150,000) 599,583 $ 24,196,640 $ 8,435,200 $ (8,264,651) $ $ (276,700) $ (106,151) $ $ (2,512,000) $ 21,578,489 *Long-term debt, capital assets and investment in joint venture have been removed to reflect working capital. Note: Reflects amended budget at April 30, 2018. City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUES BY FUND FUND # FUND TITLE 001 General Fund 003 Community Services Operations 004 Community Development Operations 005 TDA Pass Thru 006 Liability Insurance Stabilization TOTAL GENERAL FUND 010 Gas Tax 011 Air Quality Management District 012 Measure 1 015 Citizen's Option for Public Safety 017 Community Development Block Grant 018 Affordable Housing Program 026 Landscape & Lighting - Administration 027 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee 028 Quimby In -Lieu 030 Open Space Management 031 Parks Maintenance 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 033 Street Sweeping 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 050 L & L - 1-B The Oaks Operations 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 072 L & L - Los Serranos 073 L & L - Vellano 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 131 Traffic Signal Fee 132 Existing Infrastructure Fee 133 General City Facilities Fee 134 Traffic Facilities Fee 135 Storm Drain Facilities Fee 136 Traffic Impact Fee 140 Protected Tree Replacement 150 PEG Access Fee 184 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 198 Public Safety Programs 199 Miscellaneous Grant 504 Solid Waste 506 Sewer Facilities Fee 507 Water Facilities Fee TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Budget Summaries 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 53,839,011 $ 55,912,504 $ 42,199,600 $ 40,803,753 5,606,049 6,233,305 6,635,300 6,832,396 3,306,177 4,279,109 4,066,800 3,315,579 903,576 872,538 1,365,200 1,227,650 1,100,000 10,700 18,000 - 64,754,813 $ 67,308,156 $ 54,284,900 $ 52,179,378 1,817,547 $ 1,565,592 $ 1,729,100 $ 2,037,929 104,475 100,939 107,400 100,700 1,293,669 2,445,403 1,383,400 1,376,800 140,070 158,251 96,100 100,000 418,816 285,843 379,700 350,000 682,048 904,836 1,215,100 438,500 1,527,634 1,668,094 1,792,300 2,040,500 1,083,263 1,854,806 1,661,500 406,900 417,021 645,126 618,000 145,700 231,128 296,161 247,200 263,400 444,177 633,767 512,500 592,100 311,045 360,213 320,700 312,700 202,411 197,130 261,500 196,900 834,465 818,923 828,100 817,200 2,974,735 3,095,663 2,951,500 3,186,200 15,256 16,622 15,200 16,100 132,176 133,638 131,800 129,300 25,082 21,371 24,200 21,700 2,272 2,042 2,200 2,000 79,006 79,028 58,600 74,900 4,020 3,040 3,400 3,100 1,282,094 1,277,428 1,305,600 1,581,900 21,578 21,278 41,000 33,400 221,886 205,784 215,400 207,400 11,225 9,402 11,300 10,400 299,232 320,087 322,900 340,600 6,345 7,616 8,700 9,300 12,954 13,219 13,600 14,600 9,035 (1,204) 6,200 - 7,236,770 13,346,620 7,952,500 2,216,700 863,940 1,382,867 1,269,000 300,900 307,902 172,226 191,900 38,300 941,478 1,024,369 995,000 443,200 - 4,437 - 296,900 36 46 100 - 146,684 103,606 143,400 100,000 - - - 1,339,710 8,526 20 500 - 4,253,448 3,804,008 3,732,900 19,000 4,843,584 4,890,431 5,107,400 5,311,621 306,571 278,050 388,500 77,600 3,148,824 4,586,770 3,597,900 1,179,900 36,662,428 $ 46,733,548 $ 39,643,300 $ 26,134,060 30 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUES BY FUND Budget Summaries 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 FUND # FUND TITLE ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 377 CFD 10 Construction $ 4 $ 988 $ - $ - 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects 269,596 208,752 351,200 476,600 399 Capital Improvement 9,789,344 3,758,754 31,905,300 120,000 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS $ 10,058,944 $ 3,968,494 $ 32,256,500 $ 596,600 500 Water Utility $ 29,751,797 $ 29,128,568 $ 26,599,000 $ 30,555,005 501 Sewer Utility 7,399,472 7,720,434 8,463,800 8,615,000 512 Water Depreciation/Rate Stablization 2,696,551 16,361 115,000 108,000 TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS $ 39,847,820 $ 36,865,363 $ 35,177,800 $ 39,278,005 551 Equipment Maintenance $ 1,307,292 $ 1,185,708 $ 1,183,400 $ 1,143,100 552 Information Technology 1,396,348 2,773,981 1,597,900 1,856,300 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS $ 2,703,640 $ 3,959,689 $ 2,781,300 $ 2,999,400 627 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations $ 425,943 $ 426,468 $ 394,600 $ 401,600 636 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations 296,985 59,643 234,000 161,000 640 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview 14,009,582 3,535,380 2,780,900 3,049,500 644 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations 329,087 295,268 312,900 266,300 647 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations 174,736 77,964 104,000 91,400 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 867,292 917,850 1,141,600 1,160,600 658 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch 999,628 1,004,416 1,048,500 1,000,000 659 CFD-Vila Borba 650,542 282,224 310,800 370,000 691 Assessment District 1994 Operations 7,234 (828) - - 698 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax 4,016,070 1,979,054 1,715,100 1,346,700 699 RAID 10-1 547,199 547,357 392,800 309,500 TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS $ 22,324,298 $ 9,124,796 $ 8,435,200 $ 8,156,600 31 City of Chino Hills FUND # FUND TITLE Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 001 General Fund $ 50,128,811 $ 40,038,763 $ 44,244,600 $ 40,428,209 003 Community Services Operations 5,500,089 6,193,586 6,635,300 6,832,396 004 Community Development Operations 3,514,689 3,818,630 4,066,800 3,758,557 005 TDA Pass Thru 913,778 862,337 1,365,200 1,227,650 TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 60,057,367 $ 50,913,316 $ 56,311,900 $ 52,246,812 010 Gas Tax 011 Air Quality Management District 012 Measure 1 015 Citizen's Option for Public Safety 017 Community Development Block Grant 018 Affordable Housing Program 026 Landscape & Lighting - Administration 027 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee 028 Quimby In -Lieu 030 Open Space Management 031 Parks Maintenance 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 033 Street Sweeping 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 050 L & L - 1-B The Oaks Operations 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 072 L & L - Los Serranos 073 L & L - Vellano 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 131 Traffic Signal Fee 132 Existing Infrastructure Fee 133 General City Facilities Fee 134 Traffic Facilities Fee 135 Storm Drain Facilities Fee 136 Traffic Impact Fee 140 Protected Tree Replacement 150 PEG Access Fee 184 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 198 Public Safety Programs 199 Miscellaneous Grant 504 Solid Waste 506 Sewer Facilities Fee 507 Water Facilities Fee TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 1,966,699 $ 63,370 2,706,336 160,509 402,153 2,527 1,530,634 1,090,204 382,325 231,126 444,178 353,359 315,343 866,023 3,436,043 15,257 169,914 18,521 2,601 79,005 2,518 1,282,096 19,162 193,203 419 295,202 6,323 12,872 16,062 5,703,869 62,393 7,865 63,132 1,708,328 $ 10,757 1,706,955 163,138 285,842 1,682,996 337,780 106,627 296,162 633,768 379,802 333,006 898,984 3,541,052 16,622 177,105 22,412 2,639 79,028 2,822 1,277,428 18,252 200,369 24,964 559,160 7,638 13,306 71,442 2,725,776 102,624 12,873 76,730 2,411,200 $ 52,600 1,638,500 101,500 379,700 1,799,200 1,493,700 876,000 247,200 512,500 374,000 271,200 828,800 3,765,700 15,000 181,400 20,100 2,800 58,600 2,800 1,305,600 25,900 284,100 10,200 322,300 8,700 13,600 7,885,500 91,900 11,700 67,500 4,500 5,149 2,172 - 4,502,013 2,167,691 3,738,500 4,843,583 4,890,432 5,107,400 46,922 24,910 1,171,300 283,750 377,959 7,899,900 $ 31,582,660 $ 24,939,551 $ 42,981,100 $ 2,456,750 900 1,580,200 100,000 350,000 30,240 2,040,500 103,200 36,900 263,400 592,100 421,400 218,400 961,800 3,474,100 16,300 165,600 22,000 3,000 74,900 3,100 1,581,900 26,100 433,300 10,100 340,600 9,300 14,600 2,216,700 22,600 2,900 24,200 22,300 152,500 1,339,700 336,900 5,311,621 5,800 279,000 25,044,911 32 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 FUND # FUND TITLE ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 377 CFD 10 Construction $ - $ 109,587 $ 394,800 $ - 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects - 97,580 2,456,600 - 399 Capital Improvement 9,789,344 3,758,754 31,905,300 120,000 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS $ 9,789,344 $ 3,965,921 $ 34,756,700 $ 120,000 500 Water Utility $ 22,625,755 $ 20,767,291 $ 28,913,100 $ 30,648,770 501 Sewer Utility 7,228,277 7,890,716 10,356,400 9,469,100 512 Water Depreciation/Rate Stablization - - - - TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS $ 29,854,032 $ 28,658,007 $ 39,269,500 $ 40,117,870 551 Equipment Maintenance $ 1,388,635 $ 1,355,449 $ 926,100 $ 902,700 552 Information Technology 1,313,187 1,815,037 1,597,900 1,856,300 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS $ 2,701,822 $ 3,170,486 $ 2,524,000 $ 2,759,000 627 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations $ 346,939 $ 240,387 $ 258,000 $ 717,400 636 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations 230,664 4,566,912 1,447,800 1,165,200 640 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview 13,281,831 2,310,681 2,406,300 2,737,200 644 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations 275,135 219,260 427,800 197,400 647 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations 2,125,128 42,199 66,100 226,300 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 788,574 856,112 922,300 1,112,300 658 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch 959,684 982,261 994,200 955,000 659 CFD-Vila Borba 66,515 191,048 301,700 278,900 691 Assessment District 1994 Operations - 287,119 - - 698 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax 5,216,104 2,663,595 4,007,600 1,705,600 699 RAID 10-1 425,294 700,737 392,800 294,300 TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS $ 23,715,868 $ 13,060,311 $ 11,224,600 $ 9,389,600 33 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY OPERATIONS 2018-19 SALARIES & & CAPITAL CAPITAL ADOPTED BENEFITS MAINTENANCE OUTLAY PROJECTS TRANSFERS TOTAL 001 General Fund $ 10,084,800 $ 22,435,485 $ 172,400 $ $ 7,735,524 $ 40,428,209 003 Community Services 3,268,600 3,480,376 83,420 - 6,832,396 004 Community Development 2,195,000 1,563,557 - 3,758,557 005 TDA Pass Thru - 1,227,650 - 1,227,650 TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 15,548,400 $ 28,707,068 $ 255,820 $ - $ 7,735,524 $ 52,246,812 010 Gas Tax 011 Air Quality Management District 012 Measure 1 015 Citizen's Option for Public Safety 017 Community Development Block Grant 018 Affordable Housing Program 026 Landscape & Lighting - Administration 027 Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee 028 Quimby In -Lieu 030 Open Space Management 031 Parks Maintenance 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 033 Street Sweeping 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 050 L & L - 1-B The Oaks Operations 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 072 L & L - Los Serranos 073 L & L - Vellano 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 131 Traffic Signal Fee 132 Existing Infrastructure Fee 133 General City Facilities Fee 134 Traffic Facilities Fee 135 Storm Drain Facilities Fee 136 Traffic Impact Fee 140 Protected Tree Replacement 150 PEG Access Fee 184 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 198 Public Safety Programs 199 Miscellaneous Grant 504 Solid Waste 506 Sewer Facilities Fee 507 Water Facilities Fee TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS $ 711,700 $ 44,500 16,900 1,344,900 $ 2,118,000 $ 1,129,350 $ 900 27,300 100,000 75,300 13,340 592,400 103,200 36,900 254,500 573,600 264,100 218,400 831,000 2,956,200 133,300 61,700 1,300,700 26,100 323,300 10,100 340,600 9,300 14,600 2,216,700 22,600 2,900 24,200 22,300 152,500 5,311,621 5,800 69,000 17,223,811 $ 165,700 $ 450,000 $ 1,552,900 230,200 103,200 8,900 18,500 24,700 47,100 18,000 168,800 110,000 1,339,700 336,900 210,000 561,700 $ 4,222,900 $ $ 2,456,750 900 1,580,200 100,000 350,000 30,240 2,040,500 103,200 36,900 263,400 592,100 157,300 421,400 - 218,400 106,100 961,800 470,800 3,474,100 16,300 16,300 14,300 165,600 22,000 22,000 3,000 3,000 13,200 74,900 3,100 3,100 112,400 1,581,900 - 26,100 433,300 10,100 340,600 9,300 14,600 2,216,700 22,600 2,900 24,200 22,300 152,500 1,339,700 336,900 5,311,621 5,800 279,000 918,500 $ 25,044,911 377 CFD 10 Construction $ $ $ $ $ $ 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects - 399 Capital Improvement $ $ $ $ 120,000 $ $ 120,000 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS $ $ - $ - $ 120,000 $ $ 120,000 34 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY OPERATIONS 2018-19 SALARIES & & CAPITAL CAPITAL ADOPTED BENEFITS MAINTENANCE OUTLAY PROJECTS TRANSFERS TOTAL 500 Water Utility $ 3,781,400 $ 22,613,870 $ 1,046,000 $ 3,207,500 $ $ 30,648,770 501 Sewer Utility 1,509,800 7,717,000 156,000 86,300 9,469,100 512 Water Depreciation/Rate Stablization - - - - - TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS $ 5,291,200 $ 30,330,870 $ 15202,000 $ 39293,800 $ $ 409117,870 551 Equipment Maintenance $ 329,800 $ 536,400 $ 36,500 $ - $ $ 902,700 552 Information Technology 735,000 729,500 391,800 1,856,300 TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS $ 1,064,800 $ 19265,900 $ 428,300 $ - $ - $ 29759,000 627 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations $ - $ 197,400 $ - $ 520,000 $ $ 717,400 636 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations 70,200 1,095,000 1,165,200 640 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview 2,209,200 528,000 2,737,200 644 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations 197,400 - 197,400 647 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations 6,300 220,000 226,300 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 635,700 - 476,600 1,112,300 658 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch 955,000 - 955,000 659 CFD-Vila Borba 278,900 278,900 691 Assessment District 1994 Operations - - 698 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax 1,505,600 200,000 1,705,600 699 RAD 10-1 294,300 - 294,300 TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS $ - $ 6,350,000 $ $ 2,563,000 $ 4765600 $ 9,3899600 35 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF TRANSFERS IN & OUT Fund No. Fund Name Transfers In Transfers Out 001 General Fund $ 983,200 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations $ 290,300 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 900 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 22,600 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 669,400 Parks & Landscape Subsidy 001 General Fund 5,215,392 003 Community Services 5,215,392 Community Services transfer for operations 001 General Fund 1,120,932 004 Community Development 1,120,932 Community Development transfer for operations 001 General Fund 296,000 030 Open Space Management 89,800 031 Parks Maintenance 206,200 General Fund obliqhation to Landscape & Lighting (L&L) Districts 001 General Fund 120,000 399 Capital Improvement 120,000 General Fund capital projects 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 33,500 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 32,200 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 55,900 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 1,900 050 L & L - 1-B The Oaks Operations 4,300 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 4,200 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 300 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 1,400 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 300 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 34,100 030 Open Space Management 168,100 Landscape & Lighting District's transfer for open space operations 36 City of Chino Hills Budget Summaries SCHEDULE OF TRANSFERS IN & OUT Fund No. Fund Name Transfers In Transfers Out 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 76,600 040 L & L - Rolling Ridge Operations & Arterial 73,900 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 128,300 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 4,500 050 L & L - 1-13 The Oaks Operations 10,000 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 9,700 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 700 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 3,200 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 700 071 L & L - 1-M Rincon Operations 78,300 031 Parks Maintenance 385,900 Landscape & Lightinq District's transfer for parks maintenace operations 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 44,100 045 L & L - 1-H Los Ranchos Operations 286,600 046 L & L - 1-1 Los Ranchos Operations 9,900 121 L & L - Los Ranchos Arterial 340,600 Landscape & Lightinq District's support for arterial operations 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 1,200 055 L & L - 1-K Woodview Operations 8,100 123 L & L - Woodview Arterial 9,300 Landscape & Lighting District's support for arterial operations 032 L & L - 1-C Commercial 1,900 060 L & L - 1-N Carbon Canyon Operations 2,000 061 L & L - 1-P Carbon Canyon Operations 8,600 062 L & L - 1-T Carbon Canyon Operations 2,100 124 L & L - Carbon Canyon Arterial 14,600 Landscape & Lighting District's support for arterial operations 657 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 476,600 379 CFD 9 Capital Projects 476,600 CFD 9 Surplus Total $ 9,130,624 $ 9,130,624 37 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. m Five Year Outlook City of Chino Hills FUND NAME Five Year Outlook FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OUTLOOK BY FUND GENERALFUND Operating Revenue Operating Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Subsidy to Community Services Fund Subsidy to Community Development Fund Subsidy to Street Sweeping Fund Subsidy to Landscape & Lighting Districts Transfer to Capital Projects Fund Beginning Fund Balance TOTAL GENERAL FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE COMMUNITY SERVICES FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures General Fund Subsidy Beginning Fund Balance COMMUNITY SERVICES FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures General Fund Subsidy Beginning Fund Balance COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE PASS-THRU FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Beginning Fund Balance PASS-THRU FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 $ 40,803,753 $ 41,286,762 $ 42,281,955 $ 43,220,439 $ 44,239,694 (32,988,685) (33,842,735) (35,779,419) (37,177,255) (38,567,953) 7,815,068 7,444,026 6,502,536 6,043,184 5,671,740 (5,215,392) (5,358,765) (5,510,067) (5,712,125) (5,961,078) (1,120,932) (698,461) (1,165,574) (538,430) (515,859) - (29,400) (38,200) (45,400) (53,300) (983,200) (1,755,600) (2,006,700) (2,997,900) (3,684,000) (120,000) (3,385,000) - - - 37,550,699 37,926,243 34,143,043 31,925,038 28,674,368 $ 37,926,243 $ 34,143,043 $ 31,925,038 $ 28,674,368 $ 24,131,871 $ 1,617,004 $ 1,633,174 $ 1,649,506 $ 1,666,001 $ 1,682,661 (6,832,396) (6,991,939) (7,159,573) (7,378,126) (7,643,739) (5,215,392) (5,358,765) (5,510,067) (5,712,125) (5,961,078) 5,215,392 5,358,765 5,510,067 5,712,125 5,961,078 $ 2,194,647 $ 2,112,217 $ 1,746,290 $ 2,478,262 $ 2,609,434 (3,758,557) (2,810,678) (2,911,864) (3,016,692) (3,125,293) (1,563,910) (698,461) (1,165,574) (538,430) (515,859) 1,120,932 698,461.29 1,165,574 538,430 515,859 442,978 - - - - $ 1,227,650 $ 1,269,916 $ 1,313,703 $ 1,359,067 $ 1,406,064 (1,227,650) (1,269,916) (1,313,703) (1,359,067) (1,406,064) 39 City of Chino Hills Five Year Outlook FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OUTLOOK BY FUND FUND NAME FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 GAS TAX FUNDS Revenues $ 3,377,639 $ 2,763,439 $ 2,862,923 $ 2,965,989 $ 3,072,764 Expenditures (2,006,750) (2,012,328) (2,320,992) (2,192,127) (2,225,824) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 1,370,889 751,111 541,932 773,862 846,940 Capital Projects (1,789,700) (400,000) (400,000) (400,000) (400,000) Beginning Fund Balance 1,856,890 1,438,079 1,789,190 1,931,122 2,304,984 GAS TAX FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 1,438,079 $ 1,789,190 $ 1,931,122 $ 2,304,984 $ 2,751,924 AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Revenues $ 100,700 $ 102,685 $ 103,475 $ 104,265 $ 105,054 Expenditures (900) (932) (966) (1,001) (1,037) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 99,800 101,753 102,509 103,264 104,018 Capital Projects - - - - - Beginning Fund Balance 319,376 419,176 520,929 623,437 726,701 AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 419,176 $ 520,929 $ 623,437 $ 726,701 $ 830,719 MEASUREIFUND Revenues $ 1,376,800 $ 1,426,365 $ 1,477,714 $ 1,530,912 $ 1,586,024 Expenditures (27,300) (28,300) (28,900) (22,000) (15,800) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 1,349,500 1,398,065 1,448,814 1,508,912 1,570,224 Capital Projects (1,552,900) (1,400,000) (1,400,000) (1,400,000) (1,400,000) Beginning Fund Balance 245,204 41,804 39,869 88,683 197,594 MEASUREIFUND ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 41,804 $ 39,869 $ 88,683 $ 197,594 $ 367,819 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT Revenues $ 350,000 $ 350,000 $ 350,000 $ 350,000 $ 350,000 Expenditures (119,800) (119,800) (119,800) (119,800) (119,800) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 230,200 230,200 230,200 230,200 230,200 Capital Projects - (230,200) (230,200) (230,200) (230,200) Beginning Fund Balance - 230,200 230,200 230,200 230,200 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 City of Chino Hills Five Year Outlook FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OUTLOOK BY FUND FUND NAME FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 STREET SWEEPING Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures General Fund Subsidy Beginning Fund Balance STREET SWEEPING ENDING FUND BALANCE SOLID WASTE FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Beginning Fund Balance SOLID WASTE FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE FY 2022-23 $ 196,900 $ 196,900 $ 196,900 $ 196,900 $ 196,900 (218,400) (226,300) (235,100) (242,300) (250,200) (21,500) (29,400) (38,200) (45,400) (53,300) - 29,400 38,200 45,400 53,300 21,500 - - - - $ 5,311,621 $ 5,577,202 $ 5,856,062 $ 6,148,865 $ 6,456,309 (5,311,621) (5,577,202) (5,856,062) (6,148,865) (6,456,309) LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING DISTRICT FUNDS" Revenues $ 7,448,700 $ 7,527,800 $ 7,631,000 $ 7,716,000 $ 7,807,000 Expenditures (9,422,300) (9,870,100) (10,521,600) (11,551,800) (12,331,000) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures (1,973,600) (2,342,300) (2,890,600) (3,835,800) (4,524,000) Capital Projects (103,200) - - - - Transfers In/(Out) 296,000 339,100 396,300 693,600 766,100 General Fund Subsidy 983,200 1,755,600 2,006,700 2,997,900 3,684,000 Beginning Fund Balance 1,875,499 1,077,899 830,299 342,699 198,399 LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING DISTRICT FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 1,077,899 $ 830,299 $ 342,699 $ 198,399 $ 124,499 *Does not include CFD - Villa Borba (Fund 659) DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE FUNDS Revenues $ 5,106,100 $ 5,063,000 $ 5,108,800 $ 3,611,700 $ 5,432,300 Expenditures (2,503,600) (2,713,300) (2,728,200) (1,678,900) (2,576,500) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 2,602,500 2,349,700 2,380,600 1,932,800 2,855,800 Capital Improvement Projects - (4,343,500) - - (2,750,000) Beginning Fund Balance 34,464,464 37,066,964 35,073,164 37,453,764 39,386,564 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 37,066,964 $ 35,073,164 $ 37,453,764 $ 39,386,564 $ 39,492,364 41 City of Chino Hills Five Year Outlook FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OUTLOOK BY FUND FUND NAME FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Revenues $ 667,900 $ 537,900 $ 445,900 $ 784,900 $ 2,730,400 Expenditures (292,840) (293,929) (295,057) (296,225) (297,435) Revenues over/(under) Expenditures 375,060 243,971 150,843 488,675 2,432,965 Capital Projects (87,100) - - - - Beginning Fund Balance 5,214,437 5,502,397 5,746,368 5,897,211 6,385,886 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE $ 5,502,397 $ 5,746,368 $ 5,897,211 $ 6,385,886 $ 8,818,851 CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Capital Improvement Projects Transfers In/(Out) Beginning Fund Balance CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE WATER UTILITY FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Capital Projects Beginning Fund Balance WATER UTILITY FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE SEWER UTILITY FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Capital Projects Beginning Fund Balance SEWER UTILITY FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE (120,000) (3,385,000) - - - 596,600 3,861,600 476,600 476,600 476,600 2,615,811 3,092,411 3,569,011 4,045,611 4,522,211 $ 3,092,411 $ 3,569,011 $ 4,045,611 $ 4,522,211 $ 4,998,811 $ 30,663,005 $ 33,099,098 $ 35,733,687 $ 38,583,133 $ 41,665,176 (27,441,270) (27,657,785) (28,681,733) (29,744,819) (30,545,826) 3,221,735 5,441,313 7,051,953 8,838,315 11,119,350 - (2,541,500) - - - 43,274,018 46,495,753 49,395,566 56,447,519 65,285,834 $ 46,495,753 $ 49,395,566 $ 56,447,519 $ 65,285,834 $ 76,405,184 $ 8,615,000 $ 9,030,590 $ 9,474,977 $ 9,950,178 $ 10,458,448 (9,382,800) (9,868,485) (10,444,253) (11,056,343) (11,707,146) (767,800) (837,895) (969,275) (1,106,165) (1,248,698) - (325,000) - - - 24,422,241 23,654,441 22,491,546 21,522,271 20,416,106 $ 23,654,441 $ 22,491,546 $ 21,522,271 $ 20,416,106 $ 19,167,408 42 City of Chino Hills FUND NAME Five Year Outlook FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OUTLOOK BY FUND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Beginning Fund Balance EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUND Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Beginning Fund Balance INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUND ENDING FUND BALANCE AGENCYFUNDS Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Capital Projects Transfers In/(Out) Beginning Fund Balance AGENCYFUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE TOTAL ALL FUNDS Revenues Expenditures Revenues over/(under) Expenditures Subsidy to Community Services Fund Subsidy to Community Development Fund Subsidy to Street Sweeping Fund Subsidy to Landscape & Lighting Districts Capital Projects Fund Subsidy/Transfer in from General Fund Transfers In/(Out) Beginning Fund Balance TOTAL ALL FUNDS ENDING FUND BALANCE FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 $ 1,143,100 $ 1,143,100 $ 1,143,100 $ 1,143,100 $ 1,143,100 (902,700) (920,754) (939,169) (957,952) (977,112) 240,400 222,346 203,931 185,148 165,988 5,407,182 5,647,582 5,869,928 6,073,859 6,259,006 $ 5,647,582 $ 5,869,928 $ 6,073,859 $ 6,259,006 $ 6,424,995 $ 1,856,300 $ 1,934,500 $ 2,016,200 $ 2,101,500 $ 2,190,600 (1,856,300) (2,546,655) (2,016,200) (2,101,500) (2,190,600) - (612,155) - - 612,155 612,155 $ 612,155 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 8,156,600 $ 7,529,400 $ 7,288,700 $ 7,069,300 $ 6,369,500 (6,350,000) (6,061,600) (5,875,300) (5,083,200) (3,443,600) 1,806,600 1,467,800 1,413,400 1,986,100 2,925,900 (1,105,000) (300,000) (380,000) - (3,400,000) (476,600) (476,600) (476,600) (476,600) (476,600) 21,578,489 21,803,489 22,494,689 23,051,489 24,560,989 $ 21,803,489 $ 22,494,689 $ 23,051,489 $ 24,560,989 $ 23,610,289 $ 120,213,419 $ 122,584,047 $ 126,680,892 $ 130,980,510 $ 139,501,429 (110,643,869) (112,812,738) (117,227,890) (120,127,971) (123,881,238) 9,569,550 9,771,309 9,453,002 10,852,539 15,620,191 (5,215,392) (5,358,765) (5,510,067) (5,712,125) (5,961,078) (1,120,932) (698,461) (1,165,574) (538,430) (515,859) - (29,400) (38,200) (45,400) (53,300) (983,200) (1,755,600) (2,006,700) (2,997,900) (3,684,000) (4,757,900) (12,925,200) (2,410,200) (2,030,200) (8,180,200) 7,319,524 7,842,226 8,720,540 9,293,855 10,214,237 296,000 339,100 396,300 693,600 766,100 179,900,943 185,008,593 182,193,802 189,632,904 199,148,843 $ 185,008,593 $ 182,193,802 $ 189,632,904 $ 199,148,843 $ 207,354,934 43 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 4 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 301 1000 Current Sec 1% Tax Levy $ 3,797,507 $ 4,027,213 $ 4,067,500 $ 4,529,500 301 1100 Current Unsec 1% Tax Levy 154,773 161,429 161,800 150,000 301 1500 Prior Year Sec & Unsec 1 % Tax 78,381 83,243 85,800 80,000 301 1600 Supplement Roll - Prior 54,326 39,187 46,600 35,000 301 2500 Supplement Roll - Current 68,548 81,474 20,600 80,000 301 3500 General Tax Levy Homeowners Exm 47,823 50,896 51,900 45,000 301 4100 Int & Peril Delinquent Property Tax 46,264 44,671 47,500 40,000 301 4600 Pi/Mobile Homes 70,472 44,661 63,800 40,000 301 4700 Commercial Alloc Agrmt 507,108 512,414 538,400 522,700 301 5002 In -Lieu Sales Tax 1,557,295 - - - 301 5003 VLF Swap 7,203,600 7,555,433 8,193,900 8,202,600 301 9900 Misc. Fees & Taxes 10 4,221 - - TOTAL PROPERTY TAX $ 13,586,107 $ 12,604,842 $ 13,277,800 $ 13,724,800 303 1000 Sales & Use Tax $ 6,510,352 $ 7,595,570 $ 8,110,800 $ 8,108,000 303 1500 Business License 97,635 99,309 102,400 50,000 303 1510 Yard Sale Permits 9,550 7,288 8,400 7,000 303 1520 Bingo License Fees 150 100 - - 303 1700 Property Transfer Tax 615,551 416,285 640,500 425,000 303 1900 Transient Occupancy Tax 1,011,338 1,080,990 1,179,500 1,259,700 303 2001 Cable 246,412 320,872 258,700 358,300 303 2002 Gas 160,910 118,819 145,300 95,000 303 2003 Electric 536,183 494,972 557,800 500,000 303 2004 Solid Waste 484,782 489,064 510,700 530,000 303 2005 Solid Waste - Commercial 266,877 175,858 276,000 200,000 303 2007 Verizon Cable Services Fee 667,006 507,156 633,700 488,100 303 2008 Att Franchise Fee 1,588 1,375 1,600 1,000 TOTAL OTHER TAXES $ 10,608,334 $ 11,307,658 $ 12,425,400 $ 12,022,100 324 1500 State Lic Vehicle In -Lieu Tax $ 31,309 $ 35,331 $ 31,300 $ 31,300 324 4000 State Mandated Costs Reimbursement 11,523 17,263 - 10,000 TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL $ 42,832 $ 52,594 $ 31,300 $ 41,300 335 5010 Flat Fees & Permits $ 37,022 $ 35,038 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 335 5015 Inspection Flat Fees 91,784 134,548 70,000 70,000 335 5040 Grant CIP User Fee Recovery 287,516 168,533 101,300 108,100 335 5045 Engineer User Fee Recovery 1,102,590 1,460,723 1,997,700 2,056,500 335 5060 Sale Of Bid Documents 4,665 4,722 5,000 5,000 336 5010 Film Permits 5,958 1,922 5,000 2,000 336 5020 Still Photography 192 384 - 384 337 5010 Misc. Police Services 3,512 2,816 3,600 3,600 337 5020 Police Report Copies 7,912 8,723 8,400 8,400 338 5010 Copies and Sale of Documents 474 968 700 900 338 5030 Political Sign Violations 140 - - - 338 5040 Records Request Fees 30 32 - 600 339 6011 Sale/Use-EV Charge Station - 1,909 8,000 4,100 339 6020 Library Services 50,496 50,496 50,500 50,500 TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES $ 1,592,291 $ 1,870,814 $ 2,275,200 $ 2,335,084 45 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 360 1015 Vehicle Impound $ 20,998 $ 18,411 $ 15,000 $ 20,000 360 1030 False Alarm Fines 112 28 600 500 360 1050 Loud Party Fines 1,555 - - - 360 1110 Parking Violations 44,947 36,609 35,000 45,000 360 1111 Parking Violations - Street Sweeping 320,623 290,242 290,000 290,000 360 1115 Vehicle Code Fines 75,174 46,745 50,000 40,000 360 1210 Other Court Fines 11,631 31,839 9,400 9,400 360 1701 Administration Fines 6,121 5,595 4,000 4,500 TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES $ 481,161 $ 429,469 $ 404,000 $ 409,400 371 1010 Interest From Investments $ 358,863 $ 550,241 $ 563,100 $ 600,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustment (GASB 31) 514,725 (332,065) - - 372 1000 Rents & Leases 438,138 433,521 493,000 524,900 372 1055 ParknRide Leases 10,080 10,080 10,000 - 379 1000 BLD Sports Park (8,974) 118,337 - - TOTAL USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY $ 1,312,832 $ 780,114 $ 1,066,100 $ 1,124,900 388 1005 Other $ 86,633 $ 1,620,343 $ 1,849,100 $ - 388 1010 Passport Services 226,525 233,461 226,500 260,405 388 1101 Animal Care Programs 63,866 16,065 25,000 - 388 2003 Reimbursement For Damages 5,885 2,638 - - 388 2006 Reimbursement For Projects 576,637 173,960 - - 388 2007 Workers Comp Reimbursement 30,135 51,018 - - 388 2013 Los Serranos Road Trusts 8,845 4,848 6,000 5,000 388 2015 AB 939 Administration Fee 84,840 85,895 89,400 92,954 388 2040 Refuse Disposal Admin 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 388 2045 SB 1186 Admin Fee 2,157 2,236 2,200 8,000 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 167,836 263,970 239,200 - 388 2012 School Resource Officer Reimbursement - - - 226,260 388 3001 G/F Citywide Overhead 9,592,246 9,651,729 10,178,900 8,140,400 388 3002 Copies & Sales Of Documents 126 - - - 388 3003 7.5% Impact Fee Overhead - - - 1,141,500 388 3004 Returned Check Charges 291 350 500 - 388 3005 Public Works Admin Overhead - - - 1,241,900 388 3009 Fitness Center 4,395 4,855 4,800 4,500 388 3010 Breakroom Snacks 302 248 300 250 388 4003 Sale of Property 32,600 11,583,895 - - 388 6002 Cash Over/Short (100) - - - 395 0000 Contribution For Bond Refunding 14,318,928 - - - TOTAL OTHER REVENUES $ 25,227,147 $ 23,720,511 $ 12,646,900 $ 11,146,169 go City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 347 2500 Donations $ 4,745 $ - $ - $ 1,000 347 3010 Aquatics -Ayala H.S. 66,515 76,035 90,100 86,190 347 3020 Rec Classes - Cont. Inst 457,178 435,677 443,000 420,000 347 3030 Rec Classes Non - Cont. Inst 5,832 2,597 2,300 2,400 347 3035 Administration Fee 25,284 22,728 25,000 23,000 347 3040 Non -Resident Fee 4,360 3,725 4,500 3,500 347 3050 Registration Coupon - (1,670) - (2,000) 347 4010 Youth Sports 38,168 40,725 45,300 46,140 347 4020 Adult Sports 138,411 154,675 109,200 216,000 347 5015 Tiny Tots 35,588 34,844 38,000 38,000 347 5020 Day Camps 105,558 118,680 119,200 128,040 347 5030 Seniors 4,309 4,097 5,000 5,000 347 5033 Aquatics/Movie Concession 1,462 1,327 1,300 1,300 347 5050 Special Events 19,974 15,378 9,700 15,940 347 6001 Grand Avenue Park 9,795 6,110 7,300 7,008 347 6002 Mystic Canyon Comm Bldg. 1,975 1,348 2,000 1,300 347 6003 Founder's Recreation Ctr (100) - - - 347 6004 McCoy Facility 191,044 226,540 228,700 238,500 347 6005 Show Wagon/Mobile Van 3,700 2,740 2,300 750 347 6010 Sport Facility Rental 37,539 37,651 34,100 79,799 347 6012 Library Community Room 4,720 548 1,000 2,000 347 6014 Community Center 183,113 239,266 207,500 237,000 347 6020 Gazebo Rentals 8,073 10,270 9,200 9,000 347 6030 Cost Recovery 500 375 - - 347 6099 Park Lighting Charges 19,906 37,626 28,100 46,696 347 7000 Customer Credits - (80) - - 347 9001 Recreation Cost Recovery 160 300 100 - 347 9012 City Store 393 323 700 100 347 9016 Penalties/Cancelations 2,167 - - - 347 9098 Cash Over/Short 37 (149) - - 347 9099 Miscellaneous 471 718 500 708 388 1001 Donations/Pledges 15,674 5,021 3,700 6,013 388 1005 Other 4,351 6,495 1,500 1,000 388 2003 Reimbursement For Damages 162 - - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 1,188 1,800 1,200 2,620 388 3004 Returned Check Charges 25 125 - - nA - COMMUNITY nFVFI OF 332 5010 Bldg. Svcs: Flat Fees & Permits $ 2,479,844 $ 3,380,788 $ 2,899,300 $ 1,478,774 334 5010 Dev Svcs: Flat Fees & Permits 49,498 75,774 59,000 93,498 334 5030 TDA User Fee Recovery 760,249 805,547 633,500 622,275 388 3002 Copies & Sale of Documents 52 - 100 100 47 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 332 5020 Pass Thru Dev Services 334 5020 Pass Thru C.D. Admin 334 5021 Pass Thru Bldg. Services 335 5020 TDA Pass Thru Revenue 2015-16 ACTUAL $ 771,593 $ 86,177 28,508 17,298 2016-17 2017-18 ACTUAL ADOPTED Am Is 722,645 $ 1,137,000 $ 81,652 154,600 21,096 20,000 47,145 53,600 324 1010 Section 2105 $ 435,663 $ 443,142 $ 458,400 $ 324 1015 Section 2106 269,201 274,866 281,700 324 1020 Section 2107 567,292 561,832 592,200 324 1025 Section 2107.5 7,500 7,500 7,500 324 1030 Section 2103 398,607 210,497 315,800 371 1010 From Investments 40,436 52,650 73,500 371 1011 FMV Adjustment (GASB 31) 59,010 (61,615) - 381 1028 Reimbursement For Damages 13,995 73,268 - 388 1005 Other 428 452 - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages 25,415 3,000 - Revenues 2018-19 ADOPTED 1,082,550 81,500 10,000 53,600 M 464,474 279,454 576,274 7,500 710,227 011 AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 324 4600 Air Quality Control $ 98,730 $ 100,712 $ 102,700 $ 100,700 371 1010 From Investments 2,328 3,989 4,700 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 3,417 (3,762) - - 324 2500 Measure I Sales Tax 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 399 2099 Misc. 232 1600 Frontline Policing (AB3229) 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) $ 1,262,153 $ 1,346,350 $ 1,363,200 $ 1,376,800 12,693 11,172 20,200 - 18,823 (19,373) - - - 1,107,254 - - $ 138,898 $ 158,366 $ 95,000 $ 100,000 486 564 1,100 - 686 (679) - - City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 017 COMMUNITY••BLOCK GRANT 321 2000 Community Development Block Grant $ 418,816 $ 285,843 $ 379,700 $ 350,000 371 1010 From Investments $ 8,795 $ 19,508 $ 18,600 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 12,454 (14,553) - - 381 2001 Affordable Housing In -Lieu 660,799 899,881 1,196,500 438,500 371 1010 From Investments $ 188 $ 238.00 $ 1,000 $ 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 201 (207) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages 29,858 5,402 - - 388 3001 Inter- Dept. Charges 1,497,387 1,662,661 1,791,300 2,040,500 371 1010 From Investments $ 2,220 $ 9,307 $ 4,900 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 3,227 (4,909) - - 388 1029 Park & Rec Facility Fee 89,882 1,688,134 1,428,900 334,200 388 1035 Park & Rec Fee Credit 987,934 162,274 227,700 72,700 28 C 371 1010 From Investments $ 14,100 $ 20,669 $ 25,000 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 20,574 (22,352) - - 388 1029 Quimby In -Lieu Fee 28,698 588,693 511,500 119,700 388 1035 Quimby Fee Credit 353,649 58,116 81,500 26,000 371 1010 From Investments $ 228 $ 61 $ - $ 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 244 (233) - - 372 1000 Rents and Leases 5,446 5,447 5,500 5,500 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 13,562 - - - go City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 031 PARKS 371 MAINTENANCE 1010 From Investments $ 631 $ oil, 1,047 $ 1,200 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 820 (870) - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 296,968 $ 312,126 $ 311,200 $ 311,200 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 2,184 16,505 1,200 1,200 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 1,272 2,393 300 300 371 1010 From Investments 4,270 5,549 8,000 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 6,351 (6,760) - - COMMERCIAL•TAL $ 311,045 $ 329,813 $ 320,700 $ 312,700 r 302 1000 Spec Asmt Current Year Tax Roll $ 194,353 $ 195,439 $ 194,600 $ 196,900 302 1500 Spec Asmt All Prior Years 1,985 1,176 3,500 - 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 3,002 (2,989) - - 371 1010 From Investments 1,985 1,176 3,500 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 3,002 (2,989) - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 809,590 $ 808,992 $ 807,700 $ 807,700 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 8,371 7,892 7,600 7,600 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 2,724 3,627 1,900 1,900 371 1010 From Investments 5,521 6,602 10,900 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 8,259 (8,779) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages - 589 - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 2,883,192 $ 2,885,391 $ 2,869,400 $ 2,869,400 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 29,096 19,316 21,200 21,200 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 7,142 9,176 5,300 5,300 371 1010 From Investments 12,733 12,233 26,100 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 19,549 (20,412) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages 23,023 (9,135) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement - 1,194 - - 50 City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 146 - L & L - 1-1 LOS RANCHOSOPERATIONS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 14,770 $ 14,808 $ 14,900 $ 14,900 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 183 403 200 200 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 35 160 100 100 371 1010 From Investments 4 58 - - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) - (8) - - 1150 OAKS OPERATIONS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 128,772 $ 129,053 $ 129,300 $ 129,300 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. - 703 - - 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax - 252 - - 371 1010 From Investments 1,365 1,269 2,500 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 2,039 (2,110) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement - 4,471 - - i55 - L & L - 1-K WOODVIEW OPERATIONS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 21,658 $ 21,658 $ 21,700 $ 21,700 371 1010 From Investments 1,390 1,881 2,500 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 2,034 (2,168) - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 2,024 $ 1,907 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. - 101 - - 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax - 63 - 371 1010 From Investments 100 128 200 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 148 (157) - - 0.1 - L & L - I-P CARBON CANYONOPERATIONS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 51,915 $ 51,289 $ 52,000 $ 52,000 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 179 179 200 200 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 50 23 100 100 371 1010 From Investments 65 67 100 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 50 (58) - 51 City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 302 1000 Financial Services 302 1500 Administrative Overhead 302 2500 Departmental Overhead 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED L_ $ 3,158 $ 3,018 $ 2,800 $ 2,800 373 47 200 200 88 5 100 100 162 225 300 - 239 (255) - - 1116-d 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 903,591 $ 905,293 $ 904,700 $ 904,700 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 6,491 7,247 6,200 6,200 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 1,744 1,949 1,600 1,600 371 1010 From Investments 820 443 700 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 116 (151) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages - 5,597 - - i72 - L & L - LOS SERRANOS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 20,843 $ 20,937 $ 40,000 $ 32,800 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 275 274 500 500 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 50 82 100 100 371 1010 From Investments 165 252 400 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 245 (267) - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Current Year Tax Roll $ 205,058 $ 203,642 $ 204,800 $ 204,800 302 1500 Spec Asmt All Prior Years 5,649 941 1,800 1,800 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 953 151 500 800 371 1010 From Investments 3,485 4,970 6,700 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 5,141 (5,520) - - 388 3001 Inter -Dept. Charges 1,600 1,600 1,600 - 302 1010 Sleepy Hollow Rd Improvement $ 9,385 $ 9,064 $ 9,800 $ 9,800 302 1510 Sleepy Hollow Rd Improvement 690 330 500 500 302 2510 Road Improvement 117 209 100 100 371 1010 From Investments 414 432 900 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 619 (633) - - 52 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 371 1010 From Investments $ 2,882 $ 666 $ 3,100 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 4,031 (3,972) - - 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 371 1010 From investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 388 1005 Other 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) $ 14 $ 16 $ 22 (22) 60 $ 82 1,764 3,669 $ 5,366 79 $ (88) 1,764 4,419 $ (5,623) 100 $ 6,200 $ 132 M- EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE FEE 371 1010 From Investments $ 25,812 $ 26,502 $ 20,700 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 34,762 (40,735) - - 381 1015 Assessment Credits 489,563 1,699,058 1,495,800 259,300 381 1021 Existing Infrastructure Credit - 25,572 - - 381 1025 Existing Infrastructure Fee 5,739,915 7,074,657 6,436,000 1,957,400 381 1032 Lien Payoff Credit 893 146,610 - - 388 1020 Gain on Relief of Debt 324,237 - - - 394 0000 Proceeds of General LT Dept. 621,588 119,377 - - c 371 1010 From Investments $ 13,223 $ 37,156 $ 44,000 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 18,807 (22,613) - - 381 1026 General Facility Fee 831,910 1,368,324 1,225,000 300,900 53 City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 371 1010 From Investments $ 16,552 $ 26,998 $ 35,900 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 24,281 (26,412) - - 381 1027 Traffic Facilities Fee 104,864 171,640 156,000 38,300 371 1010 From Investments $ 39,457 $ 73,342 $ 94,500 $ 120,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 60,260 (66,866) - - 381 1028 Storm Drain Fee 841,761 1,017,893 900,500 323,200 c.IL 371 1010 From Investments- 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) - - - - 381 1028 Traffic Impact Fee - - - 296,900 371 1010 From Investments 381 1033 Protected Tree In -Lieu $ 36 $ 51 $ - (5) 100 $ 150 PEG ACCESS FEE 388 2050 Peg Access Fee $ 146,684 $ 103,606 $ 143,400 100,000 PEG ACCESS FEE TOTAL $ 146,684 $ 103,606 $ 143,400 $ 100,000 184 -ROAD MAINTENANCE &REHABILITATION ACCOUNT 324 1030 Section 2103• 1 360 1020 Seized Property Distribution 360 1040 Crime Prevention Fines 371 1011 From Investments 381 1028 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) $ 7,783 $ 76 $ - $ - 27 - - - 296 387 500 - 420 (443) - - 54 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 199 MISCELLANEOUS GRANT 321 2200 Federal Hwy Grant $ 2,594,860 $ 757,985 $ - $ - 321 2400 Emergency MGMT Performance Grant 20,358 20,448 20,500 19,000 321 2800 Hwy Safety Improvement Grant 8,527 7,695 429,500 - 321 3800 Safe Route to School 412,140 545,592 - - 321 3900 Homeland Security Grant 13,433 - 23,800 - 321 4000 ATP Grant - 1,428,000 - 321 0500 FEMA Grant 217,028 - - - 323 3100 Used Oil Recycling Grant 16,528 21,442 21,600 - 323 3400 Dept. of Conservation Grant 11,000 - 25,000 - 323 4500 Dept. of Water Resources 25,000 - - - 323 4600 ATP Grant 20,734 98,266 185,200 - 325 4000 SANBAG 162,205 2,181,385 994,400 - 325 4100 SIB County Flood Control 751,635 171,195 509,600 - 326 6200 Chino Basin Watermaster - - 95,300 - 371 1010 From Investments 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments rm -1 $ 1 $ 556 $ - $ - $ 40,287 $ 55,859 $ 74,500 $ - 58,882 (62,765) - - 358 5001 Residual Service Charge $ 17,313,747 18,240,058 $ 18,000,000 $ 19,440,000 358 5004 Govt-Service Charge 1,885,061 1,916,795 2,000,000 2,160,000 358 5006 Comm -Service Charge 4,658,550 4,406,061 5,300,000 5,724,000 358 5007 Reclaimed Water Sale - 1,040,125 350,000 2,134,605 358 5050 Other Water Sales 510 978 - - 358 6001 Meter & Installation Fees 106,162 132,531 40,000 40,000 358 7001 Water/Sewer Appl Fee 43,585 43,010 37,300 37,300 358 7003 Reconnection Fee 40,200 42,950 40,000 40,000 358 7004 Broken Lock Fee 659 3,014 100 100 358 7009 Misc. Meter Repairs 75 - - - 360 1300 Penalties 170,736 165,597 180,000 180,000 371 1010 From Investments 354,069 475,949 597,600 745,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustment (GASB 31) 511,110 (545,714) - - 388 1005 Other 8,277 6,225 - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages 54,683 30,133 - - 388 2020 Billing Fee Reimbursement 49,355 53,780 53,000 53,000 388 2070 CBDA - Rebate 204,258 652,361 - - 388 2080 CBDA: MWD LRP Prog Rebate 477,674 412,319 - - 55 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED In WATER UTILITY (Continuer 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 26,842 67,130 1,000 388 6004 Returned Check Fees 3,787 3,270 - - 388 4000 Proceeds From Sales 4,464 10,364 - - 388 4003 Sale of Property - - 1,000 - 388 6002 Cash Over/Short (185) (4) - - 399 1100 Equity Gain In Investment 3,792,119 1,971,636 - - 358 3001 Resid-City O&M Charges $ 2,078,532 $ 2,114,320 $ 2,056,300 $ 2,056,300 358 3002 Resid-CBMWD Treatment Fee 4,123,648 4,609,580 4,965,300 5,289,300 358 3005 Comm -City O&M Charges 257,970 261,961 240,000 240,000 358 3006 Comm-IEUA Treatment Fee 418,375 488,486 480,000 587,700 358 3008 Sewer Permit & Insp Fee 8,065 14,450 1,500 1,500 358 3050 Other Sewer Revenue 7,685 8,979 7,700 7,700 371 1010 From Investments 329,764 343,675 309,700 415,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 126,659 (151,415) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages - 4,073 - - 388 2020 Billing Fee Reimbursement 17,834 17,927 17,500 17,500 394 5000 Inter -Fund Loan Repayment - - 385,800 - 0• SOLID 358 2002 Containers Component $ 142 $ 338 $ - $ - 358 2003 Disposer Component Fee 4,203,895 4,244,469 4,436,100 4,678,560 358 2004 AB 939 Admin Fee (43) (75) - - 358 2005 Utility Billing Fee 70,886 71,511 71,200 72,000 358 2006 Franchise Fee 568,704 574,188 600,100 561,061 IF 371 1010 From Investments $ 48,391 $ 61,098 $ 72,500 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 6,817 (7,873) - - 393 2203 Sewer Facilities Fee 251,363 224,825 316,000 77,600 FACILITIES TOTALEWER FEE i. i0 .00 W WATER FACILITIES FEE a 358 7011 Fire Flow Testing $ 9,750 $ 7,557 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 371 1010 From Investments 59,457 122,073 127,100 255,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 88,193 (102,466) - - 381 1004 Water Facilities Fee 2,991,424 4,559,606 3,465,800 919,900 56 City of Chino Hills Revenues SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 512 WATER • • 371 1010 From Investments $ 37,873 $ 82,098 $ 115,000 $ 108,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 58,678 (65,737) - - 393 2099 Miscellaneous 2,600,000 - - - 371 1010 From Investments $ 34,815 $ 50,058 $ 65,600 $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 51,366 (54,918) - - 388 2003 Reimbursement for Damages 7,330 - - - 388 2030 Equipment Rental Fees 1,147,438 1,063,886 1,117,800 1,143,100 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 638 634 - - 388 2995 Contributions from Other Funds 65,705 98,658 - - 388 4003 Sale of Property - 27,390 - - 331 5010 IT Services: Fire District $ 1,785 $ - $ - $ - 371 1010 From Investments 2,233 5,862 5,000 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 4,088 (4,839) - - 386 1509 Misc. City -Wide System 1,385,583 2,764,057 1,592,900 1,856,300 388 1005 Other 2,659 - - - 388 4003 Sale of Property - 8,901 - - 302 1000 Special Assessment Current Yr. Tax Roll $ 410,793 $ 418,434 $ 384,000 $ 397,900 302 1500 Special Assessment All Prior Years 1,572 4,029 2,500 2,400 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assessment Tax 1,155 2,596 1,400 1,300 371 1010 From Investments 2,541 5,747 6,700 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 3,766 (4,338) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 6,116 - - - c. CFD - OAKS OPERATIONS ■ 302 1000 Special Assessment Current Yr. Tax Roll $ 68,062 $ 70,289 $ 70,600 $ 73,200 302 1500 Special Assessment All Prior Years 1,588 5,347 2,200 600 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assessment Tax 960 3,456 500 200 371 1010 From Investments 89,421 116,890 160,700 87,000 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 130,838 (136,339) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 6,116 - - - 57 City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 2,527,464 $ 2,618,742 $ 2,728,100 $ 3,046,700 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 34,513 12,140 6,300 2,000 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 13,635 3,081 2,800 800 371 1010 From Investments 18,761 29,743 43,700 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustment (GASB 31) 27,892 (30,679) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 6,116 - - 396 1006 Community Facility Dists - 902,353 - 394 0000 Proceeds of General LT Debt 10,287,755 - - 395 0000 Contribution for Bond Refunding 1,093,446 - - - 302 302 302 371 371 1000 1500 2500 1010 1011 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll Spec Assess All Prior Years Int & Penl Del Assess Tax From Investments FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) $ 296,823 $ 4,661 1,326 10,653 15,624 294,118 $ 1,923 777 15,226 (16,776) 283,000 $ 6,700 2,700 20,500 - 266,300 - - - - •• • 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 145,753 $ 85,294 $ 88,500 $ 88,900 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 2,419 837 1,100 1,700 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 842 227 500 800 371 1010 From Investments 7,916 3,045 13,900 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 11,690 (11,439) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 6,116 - - - • 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 843,395 $ 910,251 $ 1,116,700 $ 1,149,000 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 8,480 7,346 10,800 8,900 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 2,332 1,108 3,500 2,700 371 1010 From Investments 4,488 6,562 10,600 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 6,678 (7,417) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 1,919 - - - Es City of Chino Hills SCHEDULE OF REVENUE DETAIL BY FUND Revenues 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 981,060 $ 1,003,979 $ 1,033,900 $ 996,000 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Yrs. 4,150 1,184 1,000 3,500 302 2500 Int & Penl Del Assess Tax 1,470 136 500 500 371 1010 From Investments 5,159 7,668 13,100 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 7,789 (8,551) - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Yr. Tax Roll $ 648,641 $ 275,485 $ 305,500 $ 370,000 371 1010 From Investments 1,901 7,481 5,300 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) - (742) - - 691 ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 1994 OPERATIONS 371 1010 From Investments $ 2,934 $ 3,664 $ - $ - 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 4,300 (4,492) - - ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 1994 OPERATIONS TOTAL RANCHOS LOS 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Year Tax Roll $ 2,061,004 $ 1,970,955 $ 1,642,500 $ 1,331,600 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Years 25,858 13,612 5,100 12,500 302 2500 Int & Peril Del Assess Tax 5,666 6,845 1,300 2,600 371 1010 From Investments 33,825 41,133 66,200 - 371 1011 FMV Adjustment (GASB 31) 50,807 (53,491) - - 388 2099 Misc. Cost Reimbursement 6,116 - - - 394 0000 Proceeds of General LT Dept. 1,648,850 - - - 395 0000 Contribution for Bond Refunding 183,944 - - - 302 1000 Spec Asmt Cur Year Tax Roll 302 1500 Spec Assess All Prior Years 302 2500 Int & Peril Del Assess Tax 357 1008 Lien Apportionment Fee 371 1010 From Investments 371 1011 FMV Adjustments (GASB 31) 394 0000 AD Bond Payoff 395 0000 Misc. Cost Reimbursement $ 397,035 $ 357,995 $ 53,438 2,838 48,377 441 2,701 3,215 3,990 (4,296) 38,980 187,164 2,678 - 382,800 $ 2,000 1,000 6,400 600 302,100 1,900 1,200 4,300 59 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 0 Legislative low � •ems �, � �.- 5 � •� � 4 , City of Chino Hills ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION City Council City Clerk Assistant City Clerk Deputy City Clerk 1/11 Records Coordinator (2) Administrative Administrative Assistant 1 (2) Assistant I "Shading denotes permanent part-time staff Legislative City Attorney 61 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 62 City of Chino Hills Source of Funds: General Fund Total EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE r91 LA FY 2015-16 I FY 2016-17 Actual Actual $ 1,690,540 $ 1,730,718 $ $ 1,690,540 $ 1,730,718 $ Legislative General Fund 100% FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Adopted Adopted 1,923,300 $ 2,112,730 1,923,300 $ 2,112,730 63 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Salaries & Benefits 67% Legislative Operations & Maintenance 33% FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted Category: Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay $ 1,193,789 496,751 - $ 1,197,062 533,656 - $ 1,310,100 613,200 - $ 1,407,900 704,830 - Total $ 1,690,540 $ 1,730,718 $ 1,923,300 $ 2,112,730 City of Chino Hills City Clerk 67% Division: City Council City Attorney City Clerk Total EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION FY 2015-16 Actual $ 272,420 261,901 1,156,219 $ 1,690,540 Citv Council FY 2016-17 Actual $ 291,973 243,718 1,195, 027 $ 1,730,718 $ Legislative City Attorney 17% FY 2017-18 $ FY 2018-19 Adopted Adopted 308,500 $ 336,510 350,000 350,000 1,264,800 1,426,220 1,923,300 1 $ 2,112,730 65 City of Chino Hills CITY COUNCIL Division Purpose Legislative The City Council is the governing body that guides the progress of the City of Chino Hills. The City Council responds to issues and concerns of the community by allocating resources, developing policies, and formulating strategies that support the continued health and economic viability of the City of Chino Hills. The City Council manages the growth and development of the community to ensure efficient and effective delivery of services now and in the future. Primary Activities The City Council is responsible for the formulation of legislative policies that provide guidance for the activities of the City. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators City Council Meetings Staff Reports Reviewed and Considered Outside Board/Committee/Commission Assignments Miscellaneous Events (Ribbon Cutting/ Community Events, etc.) Proclamations/Certificates/Recognition Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Actual I Actual Actual I Projected 26 24 26 26 331 321 316 374 244 I 211 I 290 I 301 283 I 186 I 209 I 387 300 300 302 300 FY 2015-16 Actual 1 $ 200,774 1 71,6461 1 -I 1 $ 272,420 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 $ $ Actual Adopted 216,860 1 $ 219,000 75,113 1 89,500 1 _ I 291,973 1 $ _1 308,500 1 $ FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 240,900 95,610 336,510 City of Chino Hills Legislative CITY ATTORNEY Division Purpose The City Attorney provides legal counsel and representation on a wide variety of municipal issues. Primary Activities The primary activity of the City Attorney is to provide legal guidance to City staff and officials on municipal issues, dispute resolution, contract review, regulatory compliance, and litigation representation. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators I Actual I Actual I Actual I Projected City Council/Planning Commission Meetings Attended 42 47 48 48 Ordinances Drafted/Reviewed 15 11 14 15 FY 2015-16 I FY 2016-17 I FY 2017-18 I FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ - $ - $ - $ - Operations & Maintenance 261,9011 243,718 1 350,0001 350,000 Capital Outlay - I - I - I - Total Expenditures $ 261,901 1 $ 243,718 1 $ 350,000 1 $ 350,000 67 City of Chino Hills CITY CLERK Division Purpose Legislative As an appointed official of the City Council, the City Clerk assists the City Council and City staff in the performance of their administrative, legal and legislative functions in accordance with State, Federal and City Codes, Ordinances, Resolutions, and Policies. Additionally, the City Clerk maintains the official records of the City and makes public records available for inspection. The City Clerk acts as Filing Officer under the Fair Political Reform Act and administers General and Special Municipal Elections. Primary Activities Responsibilities of the City Clerk include preparing City Council agendas and packets, assisting departments in submission of staff reports and support documentation, keeping an accurate record of the proceedings of the legislative body, administering oaths or affirmations, certifying, maintaining and retrieving official records and documents, receiving and processing claims/lawsuits against the City, administering the Citywide legislative program, coordinating bid openings, processing legal publications and notices, receiving and filing Campaign Statements and Statements of Economic Interest, administering Municipal and Special Elections, providing administrative/clerical support to the City Council, maintaining Municipal Code, maintaining City Seal, providing records management assistance and direction to City departments, providing receptionist service to the City, and providing Passport Acceptance Agency services to the community. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Election Expense increased by $61,850 due to first District election fiscal year. Significant Items of Capital Outlay 0 None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual I Actual I Actual I Projected City Council Meeting Agenda/Minutes 73 69 62 66 JPublic Records Requests 180 188 230 235 lAgreements 1 239 1 208 1 392 1 430 JPassports 1 6,990 1 7,101 1 7,481 1 7,780 10rdinances 1 15 1 13 1 12 1 18 lResolutions 1 57 1 88 1 56 1 60 Elections 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary I Actual 1 Actual 1 Adopted 1 Adopted I Salaries & Benefits 1 $ 993,0151 $ 980,202 1 $ 1,091,1001 $ 1,167,000 1 Operations & Maintenance 1 163,204 1 214,825 1 173,7001 259,220 JCapital Outlay I - I - I - I - JTotal Expenditures 1 $ 1,156,219 1 $ 1,195,027 1 $ 1,264,800 1 $ 1,426,220 City of Chino Hills PERSONNEL SUMMARY FULL-TIME POSITION CITY CLERK City Clerk Assistant City Clerk Senior Management Analyst Deputy City Clerk 1/11 Records Coordinator Administrative Assistant II Administrative Assistant I Sub -Total City Clerk TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION CITY CLERK Office Assistant Administrative Assistant I TOTAL Legislative FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 IN i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 70 1 = 1 �4w tNallll"-- RA --,Now City of Chino Hills City Manager ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION City Manager Assistant City Manager Management Analyst 1/11 Executive Assistant Code Enforcement Community Relations Senior Human Information Supervisor Manager Resources Analyst (Technology Manager Code Public Human Senior Enforcement Information Resources Information Officer 1/II (2) Officer Assistant Technology Analyst Administrative Management a Assistant II — Analyst 1/11 - Information Emergency Technology ` Preparedness Technician Office Community Assistant Relations GIS Analyst 1/11 Analyst 1/11 (2) Video Production Technician "Shading denotes permanent part-time staff 71 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 72 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE Citizen's Option for Public Safety <1 % General Fund 72% Water Utility 1%1 City Manager PEG Access Fee 1% Information Technology 7% Solid Waste 19% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Source of Funds: Actual Actual 1 Adopted Adopted Public Safety Programs $ 5,149 $ 2,172 $ - $ - Citizen's Option for Public Safety 160,509 163,138 101,500 100,000 Water Utility 96,768 - - 125,000 PEG Access Fee - - - 152,500 Information Technology 1,394,192 2,083,465 1,597,900 1,856,300 Solid Waste 4,843,583 4,890,432 5,107,400 5,311,621 General Fund 16,742,786 18,439,736 19,170,400 19,809,580 Total $ 23,242,987 $ 25,578,943 $ 25,977,200 $ 27,355,001 73 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Operation Maintenance 86% City Manager Capital Outlay 1% ISalaries & Benefits 13% FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted Category: Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay $ 2,677,056 20,373,886 192,045 $ 2,941,629 21,855,300 782,014 $ 3,180,200 22,559,500 237,500 $ 3,526,500 23,434,701 393,800 Total $ 23,242,987 $ 25,578,943 $ 25,977,200 $ 27,355,001 74 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION City Manager Emergency Human Resources Code Enforcement Preparedness 2016 3% <1% I Community Relations 3% Public Safety 51% FY 2015-16 Division: Actual Emergency Preparedness $ 227,879 Human Resources 399,438 Code Enforcement 576,819 Community Relations 696,167 Administration 1,087,393 Information Technology 1,394,192 Risk Management 1,424,663 Contract Services 4,973,773 Public Safety 12,462,663 Total $ 23,242,987 FY 2016-17 Actual $ 208,375 404,084 609,110 637,245 1,266,365 2,083,465 2,165,522 5,155,384 13,049,393 $ 25,578,943 ninistration 6% Information Technology 7% Risk Management 8% Services 20% FY 2017-18 Adopted $ 258,800 461,500 650,500 683,700 1,376,100 1,597,900 2,340,100 5,306,300 13,302,300 $ 25,977,200 FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 257,100 482,120 708,860 910,800 1,517,540 1,981,300 2,152,960 5,487,721 13,856,600 $ 27,355,001 75 City of Chino Hills ADMINISTRATION Division Purpose City Manager The purpose of this Program is to establish organizational goals, administer all City programs, organize efficient delivery of municipal services, and implement City policies pursuant to the direction of the City Council. Primary Activities The City Manager administers Council policy, provides leadership, and implements efficient and effective delivery of municipal services. The City Manager establishes and maintains controls to ensure that all operating departments adhere to City Council and legally mandated policies and regulations. The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City. He serves as the Director of all City personnel, is responsible for the execution of City Council policy, the enforcement of all laws and ordinances, the preparation of the City's annual budget, public relations and public information, and legislative relations. Four City departments report to the City Manager: Community Development, Community Services, Finance, and Public Works. The City Manager's staff is responsible for support to the City Manager, risk management, information technology, public relations and public information, grant administration, code enforcement, emergency preparedness, and personnel/labor relations. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators City Manager Memos Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 108 106 98 110 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 626,163 $ 715,267 $ 766,100 $ 811,000 461,2301 551,0981 610,0001 706,540 _I _I -I - $ 1,087,393 1 $ 1,266,365 1 $ 1,376,100 1 $ 1,517,540 76 City of Chino Hills CODE ENFORCEMENT Division Purpose City Manager The purpose of the Code Enforcement Program is to preserve and enhance the general appearance, safety, and property values of the City's residential neighborhoods and commercial districts through the identification of community needs and the enforcement of all applicable property maintenance and land use regulations. Primary Activities Code Enforcement staff respond to resident's reports of suspected violations of the Municipal Code in an ongoing effort to maintain the highest quality of life in the City's residential and commercial areas. Code Enforcement staff investigate all reports and utilize a notification process designed to gain voluntary compliance with code regulations. When initial compliance efforts fail to gain voluntary compliance, staff will utilize more aggressive tools including administrative citations and/or civil or criminal prosecution in order to resolve outstanding code violations. Significant Changes from Prior Year • A new permanent part-time Office Assistant position was authorized. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Code Violation Reports from the Public Code Enforcement Cases Opened Code Enforcement Cases Closed Yard Sale Permits Issued Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 1,236 1,392 1,516 1,626 1,042 1,081 I 1,147 1,150 1,042 1,093 1,149 I 1,050 1,167 955 936 918 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 569,793 $ 602,120 $ 637,600 $ 691,500 7,026 $ 576,819 1 $ 6,990 I 11,3001 15,360 - I 1,6001 2,000 609,110 1 $ 650,500 1 $ 708,860 77 City of Chino Hills COMMUNITY RELATIONS Division Purpose City Manager The purpose of the Community Relations Program is to provide accurate and timely information to citizens, other public agencies, and the media regarding City programs and policies. This Program provides support to the City Council and operating departments by assisting them with the development and delivery of information to the community. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Community Relations Program include developing policies and guidelines for providing information to the media and to our citizens; promoting Chino Hills with the goal of attracting new business; providing support to existing businesses; and acting as a liaison to other agencies, service clubs, and the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Community Relations Program develops, coordinates, and implements the City's public information plan utilizing all resources available including the media, City website, utility bill inserts and taglines, the government access cable channel, and a variety of City -created publications. In addition, staff provides assistance to the Mayor for the development of articles, speeches, and presentations. The Community Relations Program manages the content of the City's website and City TV-3 cable channel and produces all video programming. The Community Relations Program coordinates high visibility special events such as the annual State of the City address, VIP visits, and movie and television productions. This Program provides quality control on all City printed materials, maintains a list of dignitaries, and will serve as a protocol advisor and key resource for operating departments who coordinate special events. Significant Changes from Prior Year . Increase of $12,500 in Professional Services for a website redesign and to upgrade to a newer content management system. . Increase of $17,000 in Professional Services for a more robust emergency e-notification system. . Increase of $152,500 to the Community Relations PEG fund for Council Chambers and Community Room audio visual upgrades and projector replacements. . The Community Relations Analyst 1/II has changed from permanent part-time to full-time. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None W City of Chino Hills City Manager COMMUNITY RELATIONS FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 368 295 260 250 Workload Indicators Articles, Press Releases, PSA's & Scripts Chamber, Council, Community Events & Meetings 1 50 1 52 1 70 1 110 lWebsite Updates & Photo/Video Postings 1 185 1 196 1 240 1 543 General Info. & Media Requests 1 485 1 490 1 500 1 500 JTV-Video Shoots, Productions & Bulletin Boards 1 400 1 400 1 400 1 404 National Night Out Participants 1 1,148 1 1,005 1 600 1 650 Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay ITotal Expenditures FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 590,580 $ 546,850 $ 579,500 $ 627,400 105,5871 90,3951 1 -I -I $ 696,1671 $ 637,2451 $ 104,2001 283,400 683,7001 $ 910,800 79 City of Chino Hills City Manager CONTRACT SERVICES Division Purpose The Contract Services Program is responsible for the administration of the Refuse and Recycling contract and Household Hazardous Waste contract, implementation of the City's Source Reduction and Recycling Element (SRRE), and Household Hazardous Waste Element (HHWE). Primary Activities The primary activities of the Contract Services Program include the implementation of the City's Source Reduction and Recycling Element (SRRE) and the Household Hazardous Waste Element (HHWE). This includes management of the Commercial and Residential Solid Waste and Recycling contracts to ensure solid waste diversion requirements mandated by the State and addressed in the SRRE are being met. The Household Hazardous Waste contract provides for the collection, recycling, treatment, and disposal of household hazardous waste generated by the residents within the community. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected Residential Total Trash Tonnage 21,788.69 21,010.86 20,669.00 20,705.00 Total Yard Waste Tonnage 9,977.43 8,877.15 8,877.00 9,984.00 Commercial Total Trash Tonnage 11,837.20 12,851.72 13,605.00 13,142.00 Industrial Total Trash Tonnage 5,256.40 8,363.83 7,847.00 9,152.00 Total Yard Waste Tonnage 722.51 615.76 669.00 653.00 Total Recycled Tonnage 0.53 720.51 3.00 61.00 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual I Adopted I Adopted I+ Salaries & Benefits 1 $ - 1 $ - 1 $ - 1 $ - loperations & Maintenance 1 4,973,7731 5,155,3841 5,306,3001 5,487,721 JCapital Outlay I - I - I - I - ITotal Expenditures 1 $ 4,973,7731 $ 5,155,3841 $ 5,306,3001 $ 5,487,7211 City of Chino Hills City Manager EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Division Purpose The purpose of the Emergency Preparedness Program is to enhance the City's ability to respond to and recover from the effects of natural or manmade disasters; to administer the Federal and State Disaster Assistance Programs; and to serve as the liaison to these and other agencies in San Bernardino County. Primary Activities Community Relations staff provides emergency preparedness training and information to City staff; coordinates a community informational campaign regarding preparedness; plans and implements disaster drills in conjunction with other agencies; acts as liaison to the Chino Hills Auxiliary Radio Team; coordinates disaster reimbursement claim processing; maintains Emergency Operations Center (EOC) preparedness; maintains emergency sheltering, food, water, and equipment supplies; coordinates disaster/damage information with San Bernardino County; maintains and updates the City's Emergency Operations Plan; and serves as City representative to the San Bernardino County Operational Area and State of California Office of Emergency Services. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual I Actual I Actual I Projected Staff Training Sessions Held 5 11 5 5 Staff Members & Residents Trained 323 324 324 330 Special Events & Community Workshops for Outreach 7 7 7 6 Program Development Hours 724 1,148 830 1,695 Large Projects 1 2 2 6 Grants Administered 2 2 1 2 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted Salaries & Benefits I $ 83,5791 $ 85,3361 $ 110,1001 $ 91,000 Operations & Maintenance I 144,3001 123,0391 148,7001 166,100 Capital Outlay I - I - I - I - Total Expenditures 1 $ 227,8791 $ 208,3751 $ 258,8001 $ 257,1001 City of Chino Hills City Manager HUMAN RESOURCES Division Purpose The purpose of the Human Resources Program is to maximize the City's most critical resource — its employees — by effectively recruiting, training, and developing City staff and providing personnel support to supervisors and managers. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Human Resources Program include recruitment, training, benefit administration, employee recognition, labor negotiations, maintenance and updating of Personnel Rules and Administrative Policies, monitoring of salary, compensation, and classification plans, and ensuring conformance with applicable laws and regulations. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Labor negotiations with general and supervisor bargaining units and unrepresented employees. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Recruitments Conducted Positions Hired Employee Trainings Workers Compensation Claims Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlav Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 10 FT / 9 PT 15 FT / 11 PT 17 FT / 11 PT 15 FT / 11 PT 10 FT / 73 PTI 17 FT / 77 PTI 11 FT / 79 PTI 12 FT / 60 PT 14 13 I 13 I 15 13 9 I 15 I 18 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 333,810 $ 329,778 $ 351,700 $ 378,100 65,6281 _I 74,3061 -I 109, 8001 -I 104, 020 - $ 399,4381 $ 404,0841 $ 461,5001 $ 482,120 City of Chino Hills City Manager INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Division Purpose The Information Technology (IT) Program provides for the centralized fiscal and operational control of the City's technology hardware, software, voice and data infrastructure, including policies, procedures, acquisitions, and security. Primary Activities The Program's primary activities include the acquisition and maintenance of the Citywide technology infrastructure, network and server architecture, enterprise business applications, voice and data communications, and desktop computing systems. The Program provides for network administration, application integration and support, desktop support services, asset management, and end user training in support of the City departments. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Increase in Professional Services Expense by $16,600 due to costs associated with City phone system upgrade. • Increase in Computer Services Expense by $42,900 due to addition of insurance compliance tracking software and mobile device management software. • Increase in Capital Outlay - equipment expense of $155,900 due to ERP costs. • In FY 2017-18, a full-time Geographical Information System (GIS) Analyst position was added. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software $ 295,800 • Monitor Upgrades for City Staff $ 30,000 • Infrastructure Upgrades Targeting Additional Redundancy $ 19,000 • Public Records Request Management System $ 18,300 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual I Actual I Actual I Projected Workstations 199 199 199 202 Network/Email Accounts 487 520 550 575 Voicemail Accounts 309 311 315 321 Physical Servers 21 21 11 11 Virtual Servers 47 39 46 52 Help Desk Support Tickets 2,044 1,920 1,531 1,423 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 20117-18 FY 20118-19 Budget Summa g Summary I Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted Salaries & Benefits 1 $ 418,0171 $ 602,6091 $ 676,4001 $ 860,000 Operations & Maintenance I 786,5901 698,8421 685,6001 729,500 Capital Outlay I 189,5851 782,0141 235,9001 391,800 Total Expenditures 1 $ 1,394,1921 $ 2,083,4651 $ 1,597,9001 $ 1,981,3001 City of Chino Hills PUBLIC SAFETY Division Purpose City Manager The purpose of Public Safety is to provide general police services and a variety of community services through a contractual agreement with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. In collaboration with the City, the Sheriff's Department can continue to develop the community policing programs that meet the specific needs of Chino Hills' residents. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Public Safety Program include general law enforcement, crime prevention, traffic enforcement, Neighborhood Watch Residential/Business, and other public education programs. The majority of services included in the Public Safety Program are provided through a contract with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. The Sheriff's Department mandates some in-service training, however, additional training will be provided by the City to ensure the Officers meet the specific needs of the community. In collaboration, the City and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department will continue to implement the comprehensive Community Policing Plan to meet the future policing needs and services of the City. This includes increasing public safety personnel and equipment. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 53 67 74 74 Allocated Department Staffing Crime Levels (Part 1 Crimes) 1 1,263 1 1,201 1 1,637 1 1,225 Calls for Service 1 47,976 1 45,967 1 41,595 1 46,500 Cases Investigated 1 4,475 1 4,338 1 4,728 1 4,500 Arrests 1 1,135 1 960 1 878 1 980 Traffic Citations 1 2,879 1 2,532 1 2,019 1 2,700 Drunk Driving Arrests 1 229 1 198 1 103 1 230 Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlav Total Expenditures FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted 12,460,203 2,460 $ 12,462,663 13, 049, 393 I 13, 302, 300 I 13, 856, 600 $ 13,049,3931 $ 13,302,3001 $ 13,856,600 City of Chino Hills RISK MANAGEMENT Division Purpose City Manager The Risk Management Program is responsible for identifying and analyzing loss exposures, examining the feasibility of alternative risk management techniques, selecting the most appropriate alternatives, implementing the selected methods, and then monitoring and improving the risk management program. When this is accomplished, overall liability will be minimized and the proper risk transfer technique will be determined. Primary Activities Administration of the Risk Management Program includes coordinating the receipt, investigation, and resolution of liability claims filed against the City; coordinating employee medical care and solution of Workers' Compensation claims; coordinating recovery when City property has been damaged; developing safety training programs and participating in safety meetings; monitoring losses and expense reserves; evaluating City insurance needs and purchasing appropriate coverage. From July 1, 1992, through March 31, 2018, the City is averaging approximately 32 liability claims per year with an average cost of $10,022 per claim. In fiscal year 2017-18, from July 1, 2017, through March 31, 2018, there have been 19 claims with an average cost of $905. During fiscal year 2016-17, there were 15 new Workers' Compensation claims. The average for the previous five fiscal years is 10 claims per year. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators General Liability Claims FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 48 42 42 30 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ 55,114 $ 59,669 $ 58,800 $ 67,500 Operations & Maintenance I 1,369,5491 2,105,8531 2,281,3001 2,085,460 Capital Outlay I - I - I - I - Total Expenditures 1 $ 1,424,6631 $ 2,165,5221 $ 2,340,1001 $ 2,152,960 City of Chino Hills City Manager PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED FULL-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION City Manager Assistant City Manager Deputy City Manager Management Analyst 1/11 Executive Assistant Sub -Total Administration CODE ENFORCEMENT Code Enforcement Supervisor Code Enforcement Officer 1/11 Administrative Assistant II Sub -Total Code Enforcement COMMUNITY RELATIONS Community Relations Manager Public Information Officer Management Analyst 1/11 Community Relations Analyst 1/11 Utility Conservation Coordinator Sub -Total Community Relations EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Management Analyst 1/11 Sub -Total Emergency Preparedness HUMAN RESOURCES Senior Human Resources Analyst Administrative Assistant II -Confidential Human Resources Assistant Sub -Total Human Resources INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information Technology Manager Senior Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Technician GIS Analyst 1/11 Sub -Total Information Technology TOTAL 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 4 5 18 17 17 19 City of Chino Hills City Manager PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION CODE ENFORCEMENT Office Assistant COMMUNITY RELATIONS Video Production Technician Community Relations Analyst 1/11 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 TOTAL 1 2 2 2 87 i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. acJy..� 5 4 City of Chino Hills Community Development ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION Community Development Director Administrative Assistant II Management Analyst 1/11 Administrative Assistant I Assistant Community Development Director - Planning Manager Building Official Assistant Senior Planner Building Official (2) Assistant/ Building Associate Inspector 1/11 Planner Permit Planning Technician 1/11 Technician 1/11 (3) i Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. City of Chino Hills Community Development EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE Affordable Housing 1% Community Development 72% Source of Funds: Affordable Housing General Fund TDA Pass Thru Community Development I Total General Fund 4% TDA Pass Thru 23% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted $ 2,527 $ - $ - $ 30,240 - - 159,600 212,425 896,480 806,537 1,311,600 1,174,050 3,514,689 3,818,630 4,066,800 3,758,557 1 $ 4,413,696 1 $ 4,625,167 1 $ 5,538,000 1 $ 5,175,272 I 91 City of Chino Hills Operations & Maintenance 54% Community Development EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Salaries & Benefits 46% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Category: Actual Actual Adopted 1 Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ 2,198,089 $ 2,296,280 $ 2,673,100 $ 2,363,300 Operations & Maintenance 2,188,447 2,328,887 2,864,900 2,811,972 Capital Outlay 2-1 - - - Total $ 4,413,696 $ 4,625,167 $ 5,538,000 $ 5,175,272 z" City of Chino Hills Development Services 42% Community Development EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION Economic nPVPlnnmpnf Administration 26% Building Services 28% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Division: Actual I Actual Adopted I Adopted Economic Development $ 170,094 $ 117,779 $ 159,600 $ 212,425 Administration 1,314,562 1,417,250 1,453,100 1,325,788 Building Services 1,353,542 1,452,295 1,635,300 1,478,720 Development Services 1,575,498 1,637,843 2,290,000 2,158,339 Total $ 4,413,696 1 $ 4,625,167 1 $ 5,538,000 $ 5,175,272 93 City of Chino Hills Community Development ADMINISTRATION Division Purpose The Administration Program of the Community Development Department provides the director function and administrative services and support to the City's Building Services, Development Services, and Economic Development Programs. The primary purpose of the Administration Program is to provide oversight of all department activities and support functions including compilation of staff reports submittals for all City Council and Planning Commission meetings; preparation and management of budgetary matter; filing and record keeping; and organizing employee training. Primary Activities The Administration Program's primary duties include: support to Building Services, Development Services and Economic Development Divisions; responding to City Council, City Manager, Planning Commission and to other City Departments' concerns as it involves the Community Development Department; administrative functions such as implementation of Council policies as it applies to the Department; preparation, implementation, and management of the Department's budget; coordination of developer project trust accounts; personnel management and training; and maintaining the Department's website. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Decrease in Legal Services reimbursed by developers. • Decrease in Contractual Services due to developers paying County Filing fees directly. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Ordinances Adopted Resolutions Adopted Legal Ads Published Planning Commission Staff Reports Produced Planning Commission Packets Produced City Council Staff Reports Produced Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures F 15 F 16 F FY 2017-18 A tual I A tual I A tual17 I Projected 9 8 5 13 19 32 26 25 33 27 16 30 34 49 40 35 17 19 16 21 34 23 19 15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted +I $ 702,3851 $ 662,522 I $ 676,5001 $ 666,100 612,1771 754,728 I 776,6001 659,688 $ 1,314,562 I $ 1,417,250 I $ 1,453,100 I $ 1,325,788 1 City of Chino Hills Community Development BUILDING SERVICES Division Purpose The Building Services Program is responsible for ensuring that all residential, commercial, and other construction in the City meets or exceeds the minimum requirements of the California Building Code, California Plumbing Code, California Mechanical Code, National Electrical Code, all applicable State Energy and Accessibility Codes, as well as the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. The Program also provides technical support to the Community Development Department's Development Services Program, the Engineering Department, and Code Enforcement Program, and assists the general public with Building Code related questions. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Program are providing customer service assistance at the Community Development Department counter, plan review services, permit issuance, and field inspections of construction projects. It is through these functions that the City provides a safe environment at home, work, and play for the community while assuring that the City's needs for housing and commercial development are being met. Significant Changes from Prior Year • A Building Inspector 1/11 position has been deleted. • Decrease in Development Professional Services due to a reduction in the need for services relating to soils reports as a result of an overall reduction in incoming projects. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual I Actual Actual I Projected II Building Permits Issued 1,656 1,877 1 2,022 1,950 Dwelling Units Permits Issued 33 460 1 764 600 Square Footage of New Non -Residential Construction 1 2,457 388,429 1 65,655 204,068 Total Valuation of All Construction 1 45,647,562 183,839,199 I 201,966,625 200,600,000 Number of Plan Checks 1 737 916 I 840 726 Number of Building Inspections 1 5,154 6,661 1 7,830 9,700 General Public Telephone Calls Handled 1 10,419 11,551 I 10,645 9,500 Public Assistance Hours 1 1,319 1,192 I 3,594 2,720 Assisting Other Departments Hours 1 148 156 1 356 216 Number of Walk -In Customers 1 15,442 15,750 1 6,680 5,206 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual 1 Adopted Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ 919,716 I $ 977,165 I $ 1,020,300 I $ 936,000 Operations & Maintenance I 406,666 I 475,1301 615,000 I 542,720 Capital Outlay 27,160I - I - I - Total Expenditures I $ 1,353,542 I $ 1,452,295 I $ 1,635,300 I $ 1,478,720 95 City of Chino Hills Community Development DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Division Purpose The Development Services Program is responsible for implementing the City's General Plan and Development Code: managing all land use entitlements in accordance with the Subdivision Map Act; California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and Planning, Zoning, and Development Laws and assisting the general public with planning related questions. Primary Activities The primary activity of the Development Services Program is the management of land use entitlements for proposed residential and commercial projects, including the preparation of Initial Studies and Environmental Impact Reports, Site Plan Reviews, Site Development Permits, Design Reviews, Conditional Use Permits, Tract Maps, Parcel Maps, General Plan and Development Code Amendments, preparation of Conditions of Approval, and public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council. Other activities include City -initiated General Plan and Development Code amendments, development of Planning standards and ordinances, responding to general public inquiries and special projects as directed by the City Council, and support for economic development activities. Significant Changes from Prior Year • The City's Planning Manager position is unfunded for FY 2018-19 but will remain an authorized position. • The Assistant/Associate Planner position has been deleted. • Increase in Contractual Services due to costs associated with outside services that are needed for project review. These services were previously funded from the Planning Manager's salary savings position. Significant Items of Capital Outlay =LireM12 Workload Indicators Entitlement Permit Applications Processed Post Entitlement Permit Applications Processed Entitlement Permit Applications Completed: a. Over the counter review and approval approval c. Planning Commission Approval d. City Council Approval Review Business/HOP License Environmental Documents Processed Technical Consultants Managed Plan Checks Public Assistance Hours Assisting Other Department Hours FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 57 56 49 42 66 1 48 1 57 1 51 175 1 221 1 233 1 231 83 1 62 1 61 1 53 34 1 25 1 21 1 20 11 5 2 2 407 493 439 506 2 8 7 6 3 13 15 12 315 467 420 432 1,687 1 1,832 1 1,872 1 1,560 78 1 83 1 157 1 197 City of Chino Hills Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Community Development DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 575,988 $ 656,593 $ 878,400 $ 609,800 999,5101 981,250 1 -I -I $ 1,575,498 1 $ 1,637,843 1 $ 1,411,6001 1,548,539 2,290,000 1 $ 2,158,339 97 City of Chino Hills Community Development ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Division Purpose The Economic Development Program seeks to promote commercial, business park, and office development in the City of Chino Hills, and to establish a diversified and sustainable economic base. This base provides a stable tax revenue structure for the City as well as a full range of retail shopping, services, and employment opportunities for its residents. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Economic Development Program include the implementation of programs to attract new retail projects, retain the existing businesses, and expand the number of home -based businesses. These activities provide for revenue enhancement; generate retail sales tax and transient occupancy tax for the City; and create a local job base. Major activities include working with existing shopping center owners, leasing agents, existing and prospective business tenants/owners, and home - based businesses to promote retention of existing businesses and attraction of new retailers. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Conferences Attended Participated Job Fairs Commercial Vacancy Rate Commercial Certificates of Occupancy Issued Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 7.5% 7.5% 6.0% 6.0% 111 110 133 120 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ - $ - $ 97,900 $ 151,400 170,094 $ 170,094 1 $ 117,779 I 61,700 I 61,025 - I -I - 117,779 1 $ 159,600 1 $ 212,425 City of Chino Hills Community Development PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED FULL-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION Community Development Director 1 1 1 1 Management Analyst 1/11 2 1 1 1 Administrative Assistant II 1 1 1 1 Administrative Assistant 1 1 1 1 1 Sub -Total Administration 5 4 4 4 BUILDING SERVICES Assistant CD Director -Building Official 1 1 1 1 Assistant Building Official 1 1 1 1 Building Inspector 1/11 2 2 2 1 Permit Technician 1/11 3 3 3 3 Sub -Total Building Services 7 7 7 6 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Planning Manager 1 1 1 1 Senior Planner 2 2 2 2 Assistant/Associate Planner 1 2 2 1 Planning Technician 1/11 0 0 1 1 Sub -Total Development Services 4 5 6 5 TOTAL 16 16 17 15 PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Planning Technician 1 1 0 0 TOTAL 1 1 0 0 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 100 Community Services City of Chino Hills Community Services ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION Senior Management Analyst Community Services Supervisor i Community Services Coordinator 1/11 (3) Administrative Assistant II Office Assistant Community Services Director Administrative Assistant II Community Services Supervisor Community Services Coordinator 1/11 (4) 01 Administrative Assistant I 101 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 102 City of Chino Hills Community Services EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE Water Utility Community <1 % Development - Block Grant 0 2 /o i Community Services 98% FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted Source of Funds: Water Utility Community Development Block Grant Community Services $ 2,249 106,780 5,500,089 $ 2,756 116,416 6,193,587 $ 3,000 107,400 6,635,300 $ 2,475 119,800 6,832,396 Total $ 5,609,118 1 $ 6,312,759 1 $ 6,745,700 1 $ 6,954,671 103 City of Chino Hills Operations & Maintenance 51% Category: Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Community Services EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Capital Outlay 1 %. FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 Actual I Actual $ 2,652,661 $ 2,845,999 2,927,125 3,338,615 29,332 128,145 $ 5,609,118 1 $ 6,312,759 Salaries & Benefits 48% FY 2017-18 Adopted $ 3,079,800 3,656,900 9,000 $ 6,745,700 FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 3,313,100 3,558,151 83,420 $ 6,954,671 104 City of Chino Hills Community Services EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION Community I)PVPInnmPnt Rlnck Community Services 98% FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted Division: Community Development Block Grant Community Services $ 106,780 5,502,338 $ 116,416 6,196,343 $ 107,400 6,638,300 $ 119,800 6,834,871 Total $ 5,609,118 1 $ 6,312,759 1 $ 6,745,700 1 $ 6,954,671 105 City of Chino Hills Community Services COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT Division Purpose The purpose of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is to promote the development of a viable urban community by providing for decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities principally for low and moderate -income persons. Funding is provided by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Primary Activities The primary activity of the CDBG Program is to identify and implement eligible activities that benefit low and moderate -income persons and further fair housing practices. Eligible activities that qualify under the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development include program administration, public service projects, and public improvement projects. Community Services Administration is responsible to administer, monitor and ensure that all programs and projects comply with the grant requirements. In addition to the CDBG Program requirements, some of the City's projects and activities may be subject to other Federal requirements that include: fair housing and equal opportunities; handicapped accessibility; employment and contracting; environmental review; lead -based paint and labor standards. Programs funded by CDBG include the Home Improvement Grant Program, public service programs for low and moderate -income families and senior citizens and the Los Serranos infrastructure improvements. Community Services coordinates with Engineering, Community Development, and Code Enforcement who will utilize funds for specific programs and projects. The City is required to submit to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development a Five -Year Consolidation Plan which is a comprehensive planning document and application for funding over a five year period; an Annual Action Plan which sets the goals and objectives for the current year; and the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report which tracks funding disbursements and reports on the City's Community Development Block Grant programs and its accomplishments. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Contractual Services decreased by $32,000 or 30%. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None 106 City of Chino Hills Community Services COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT Workload Indicators CDBG funds allocated during the year CDBG funds expended during the year Home Improvement Program applications received Home Improvement grants awarded Home Improvement projects completed Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 311,730 320,753 307,484 334,136 1 135,214 1 402,153 1 285,843 1 250,000 10 15 10 6 5 I 5 I 5 I 3 7 I 5 I 3 I 3 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 16,532 $ 10,499 $ - $ 44,500 1 90,2481 $ 106,780 1 $ 105,917 1 107,4001 75,300 116,416 $ 107,400 $ 119,800 107 City of Chino Hills Community Services COMMUNITY SERVICES Division Purpose Services, special events, and facilities provided by Community Services produce long-lasting and positive change within the community for Chino Hills residents. These tools are used to accomplish these objectives: • Strengthen a sense of community • Create and enhance places for people to gather • Improve health and well-being • Foster youth development • Promote cultural harmony • Encourage community involvement Primary Activities The primary activities of Community Services include program development and implementation; ongoing monitoring and evaluation; staff development and training; and review of program trends as it relates to the Chino Hills community. Community Services coordinates and schedules all City facilities for Chino Hills youth focused organizations; provides field allocation scheduling for City and School District facilities; coordinates and executes major special events (Independence Celebration, Easter, Halloween, and special projects, as assigned); provides staff support for the Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Chino Hills Community Foundation. Community Services coordinates rental agreements and special event permits for all City facilities and park sites. Recreation fee programs offered include special interest and enrichment classes for all ages, day camps, aquatics, adult and youth sports, cultural excursions, and family programs. In addition, Community Services has management oversight over the following programs: • The Healthy Cities Program promotes health and social well-being projects that enhance the quality of life in the City. Staff provides support to Healthy Cities projects including the Youth Accountability Board, Neighborhood Network Program and Celebrate the Family Contest. The City has maintained its Healthy City designation continuously since 1994. • The Volunteer Service Program provides volunteer opportunities in support of various programs throughout the City. Duties include the recruitment, placing, and tracking of volunteer activities. Volunteers are a tremendous asset to the community and are an essential component to providing high quality cost-effective services to residents. • The Military Banner Program is designed to show pride in our Country and our community and to honor military personnel who reside in the City of Chino Hills. The banners are displayed continuously at available locations along portions of Grand Avenue, Chino Hills Parkway, Soquel Canyon, and Butterfield Ranch Road. Staff facilitates the purchase and installation of banners and coordinates the public recognition of program participants. City of Chino Hills COMMUNITY SERVICES Primary Activities (continued) Community Services Community Services activities include the preparation of agenda items for Council; administration, development and supervision of the department budget; oversight of departmental purchasing and cash handling operations; oversight of various Chino Valley Unified School District Agreements including the Facilities Joint Use Agreement. In addition, it manages the Human Services Agreement with the City of Chino; manages and provides general oversight of all departmental programs, including the Recreation Guide & City News brochure. Another facet of Community Services is administering the agreement with Big League Dreams, USA as it relates to the operations and maintenance of the Chino Hills Big League Dreams facility. As the administrator of the Community Development Block Grant program, activities include program development, oversight of public service organizations, Home Improvement Grant program, adherence to program requirements, contract compliance, project coordination with other City departments and acts as the liaison with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Los Angeles Field Office. Community Services also acts as the liaison between the City and the Chino Hills Community Foundation, and CHARTS, a subcommittee of the Foundation. Duties include preparation of agenda items for the Board, development and supervision of the budget, and support for all fundraising events. Significant Changes from Prior Year • A new full-time Community Services Coordinator 1/11 position was authorized. • Uniforms decreased in the amount of $6,341, or 33%, from the prior year adopted budget due to sufficient stock in inventory. • Contractual Services increased in the amount of $48,747, or 17%, from the prior year adopted budget. The most significant program increase was due to additional seasons of adult soccer at Grand Ave. Park. • Special Parts and Supplies increased in the amount of $18,971, or 19%, from the prior year adopted budget. The increase was due to small increases in various programs. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Replace Ford Ranger with a 2018 Chevy Silverado, regular bed, long box $37,000 • Purchase new Enclosed Trailer $14,500 • Replace dance floor at the Chino Hills Community Center $19,400 • Replace baseball mounds and outfield fences at Chino Hills Community Park $12,520 109 City of Chino Hills Workload Indicators Facility Reservations Community Park Tournaments COMMUNITY SERVICES FY 2014-15 Actual 3,530 10 (427 games) Community Services FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 Actual I Actual 3,585 I 3,261 10 6 (436 games) 1 (250 games) FY 2017-18 Projected 3,139 7 (485 games) Community Park Games 1 1,830 1 1,423 1 895 1 932 Library Community Room 1 48 1 52 1 51 1 50 Major Special Events Participation 1 24,914 1 25,600 1 25,700 1 25,500 Minor One Day Special Events Participation 1 1,675 1 1,524 1 1,189 1 721 Contract Class Participants 1 6,865 1 6,708 1 6,030 1 5,553 Staff Coordinated Programs 1 15,093 1 15,820 1 16,649 1 17,262 Foundation Related Events 1 6 1 6 1 9 1 9 Other Volunteers and Volunteens 1 178 1 178 1 194 1 194 Military Banners 1 133 1 95 1 78 1 79 Roads, Trails, and Parks Adopted 1 60 1 61 1 63 1 66 Poster and Essay Contest Participants 1 562 1 1,440 1 834 1 1,427 Regular, Special Meetings (a) 1 20 1 21 1 21 1 21 Policies and Procedures Updated I 2 1 2 1 0 1 2 (a) Parks and Recreation Commission meetings, Chino Hills Community Foundation Board meetings, and Healthy Cities Steering Committee meetings FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual 1 Actual 1 Adopted 1 Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ 2,636,129 1 $ 2,835,500 1 $ 3,079,800 1 $ 3,268,600 Operations & Maintenance 1 2,836,8771 3,232,6981 3,549,5001 3,482,851 Capital Outlay 1 29,3321 128,1451 9,0001 83,420 Total Expenditures 1 $ 5,502,338 1 $ 6,196,343 1 $ 6,638,300 1 $ 6,834,871 110 City of Chino Hills PERSONNEL SUMMARY FULL-TIME POSITION COMMUNITY SERVICES Community Services Director Senior Management Analyst Community Services Supervisor Community Services Coordinator 1/11 Recreation Supervisor Recreation Coordinator Administrative Assistant II Administrative Assistant I Office Assistant TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION COMMUNITY SERVICES Administrative Assistant I TOTAL Community Services FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 6 6 7 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 12 13 14 15 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 112 141 , 7.ze 404- Vim Ar City of Chino Hills ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION Finance Director Management Analyst 1/11 Finance Manager Administrative I [Administrative Assistant II I Assistant I Accounting Accounting Billing Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Payroll Technician (2) Senior Account Technician Accountant 1/11 (2) ASenior Account Technician (2) *One position is temporary to assist with ERP implementation Senior Account Technician Account Technician 1/11* (4) Finance 113 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 114 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE Community Facilities District Funds 46% Source of Funds: Assessment District Funds Water Utility Development Impact Fee Funds General Fund Community Facilities District Funds Total Assessment District Funds 2% 3ter Utility 8% oral Fund 24% Finance Development Impact Fee Funds 20% F 16 F 17 FY 8 FY 9 Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted $ 425,294 $ 700,737 $ 392,800 $ 294,300 665,813 725,896 797,000 957,095 7,563,461 3,721,614 9,210,300 2,503,600 18,125,672 2,957,580 3,245,900 3,103,950 6,899,457 6,719,667 6,228,900 5,776,800 $ 33,679,697 $ 14,825,494 $ 19,874,900 $ 12,635,745 115 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Salaries & Benefits 22% Operations &- Maintenance 78% Finance FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted Category: Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay $ 2,363,197 31,314,444 2,056 $ 2,463,601 12,344,168 17,725 $ 2,885,200 16,989,700 - $ 2,821,800 9,813,945 - Total $ 33,679,697 $ 14,825,494 $ 19,874,900 $ 12,635,745 116 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION Development —.-- Program 70% Division: Utility Customer Service Administration Development Program Total Utility r-imMmPr Administration 22% Finance FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual I Actual I Adopted I Adopted $ 665,813 $ 725,896 $ 797,000 $ 957,095 2,406,446 2,638,399 2,927,400 2,800,450 30,607,438 11,461,199 16,150,500 8,878,200 $ 33,679,697 $ 14,825,494 $ 19,874,900 $ 12,635,745 117 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 118 City of Chino Hills ADMINISTRATION Division Purpose Finance The Administration Program recommends fiscal policies to City management and implements such policies. The Program provides fiscal support to all City Departments and programs and ensures that the fiscal affairs of the City are effectively managed in accordance with the City's municipal code, policies, and state and federal statutes. Primary Activities The primary activities are the preparation of the annual and periodic financial reports and analyses; preparation of the annual budget; controlling expenditures for budgetary accounts; investing idle funds; and providing payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cashiering, utility billing, business license, purchasing, and accounting services. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Comprehensive Annual Financial Report City Budget Business License: Total Active Home Occupation Accounts Payable: Checks Issued 1099s Issued Payroll: Checks/Direct Deposits Issued W-2s Issued Purchase Orders Issued Accounting: Journal Vouchers Budget Amendments Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures F 15 F 16 F A tual I A tual I A tual17 I Projected 2,044 2,257 2,360 2,560 818 838 846 906 7,361 8,035 7,419 7,645 125 100 110 109 6,304 6,214 6,288 6,300 326 326 325 325 797 733 774 815 876 855 887 765 39 28 30 40 F F FAdopt F9 Actual I Atual17 Actual I d8 I Adopted $ 1,947,526 I $ 2,008,439 I $ 2,379,000 I $ 2,163,100 456,864 I 628,760 I 548,400 I 637,350 2,056 I 1,200 $ 2,406,446 1 $ 2,638,399 1 $ 2,927,400 1 $ 2,800,450 1 119 City of Chino Hills DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Division Purpose Finance The Development Program provides the resources to construct various facilities for the City's residential and commercial development program, which includes the Traffic Facilities Fee, Storm Drain Facilities Fee, Water Facilities Fee, Sewer Facilities Fee, General Facilities Fee, Park Facilities Fee, Traffic Impact Fee, Quimby In -Lieu and the Existing Infrastructure Fee. In addition, this Program provides for the administration of Community Facilities Districts, and the Assessment Districts debt obligations. Primary Activities The activities of this Program include providing resources for the construction of street, drainage, parks, traffic signals, water and sewer distribution facilities, and acquisition of street right of way. The activities also include the monitoring for and accounting of the developer reimbursement agreement debt that was incurred for resources to construct the above facilities. Additionally, this Program's activities include administering the interfund loans; establishing the annual CFD special taxes and administering the annual levy and collection of the special taxes; accounting for the appropriations of the special tax revenues; administering assessment district bond issues; establishing and administering the annual assessment district levies; and collection of the levies. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Budgeted Principal Payments have decreased by $4,335,500 primarily due to a decrease of $3,948,700 reflective of reduced development projections as compared to prior year. • Assessment District credits have decreased by $1,236,500 due to a decrease in development. Capital Projects funded by Community Facilities District Funds, Development Fees Funds and Assessment Districts Funds Calle San Marcos Street / • Los Serranos Park Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation • Pavement Repairs Community Park Overflow Parking Lot • Peyton Drive and English Channel - Phase 3 • Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation • Twin Knolls Drive Pavement Rehabilitation • English Springs Park Restroom • Valle Vista / Bayberry Drive Pavement Rehabilitation • Frost Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation • Veterans Park Amphitheater • Grand Ave Park Artificial Turn Installat • Veterans Park Indentation • Los Serranos Channel Mitigation • Yorba Ave / Los Serranos Country Club Dr Rehab 120 City of Chino Hills DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Appropriation Limits for the Community Facilities Districts Finance According to Article XIII B of the State of California Constitution, the appropriation limit for CFD No. 10 for the 2018-19 fiscal year is $313,619,638. According to Article XIII B of the State of California Constitution, the appropriation limit for CFD No. 2015-1 (Vila Borba) for the 2018-19 fiscal year is $6,169,729. At the time of formation by the County of San Bernardino (County) of Community Facilities District (CFD) Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9, such CFDs were treated by the County as subsidiary financing districts of the County with no tax revenues in the base year or initial year of operation subject to an appropriations limit. Such CFD special taxes were expected to be appropriated for debt service or qualified capital outlays which constitute revenues not subject to an appropriations limit; therefore, no appropriation limit was established or calculated by the County or assigned to the City upon transfer of such CFDs to the City's jurisdiction. FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected IDevelopment Impact Fee Funds 8 8 1 8 9 Community Facilities Districts 8 8 1 8 8 Assessment Districts 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Debt Obligations: Assessment Districts Bond Debt 1 1 1 1 Community Facilities Districts Bond Debt 8 8 10 8 Debt Service Payments: Assessment Districts 2 2 2 2 Community Facilities Districts 16 16 16 16 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual I Actual Adopted I Adopted II Salaries & Benefits I $ - $ - $ - $ - IOperations & Maintenance I 30,607,438 I 11,444,674 I 16,150,500 I 8,878,200 I Capital Outlay - I 16,525I - I - ITotal Expenditures I $ 30,607,438 I $ 11,461,199 I $ 16,150,500 I $ 8,878,200 121 City of Chino Hills Finance UTILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE Division Purpose The purpose of this Program is to provide services to the customers of the City's water utility. Primary Activities The primary activities of this Program include utility billing, water connection service, and delinquent payment notification services. Significant Changes from Prior Year • The personnel costs in the Water Fund have increased to more accurately reflect the duties being performed. The FY 2018-19 budget also includes a temporary Accounting Technician to assist with the implementation of new software and water rates. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None Workload Indicators Accounts Utility Bills Delinquent Notices Lock Offs Courtesy Calls Calls to Call Center: Calls Answered Call Back Calls Customer Abandoned Calls Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 21,764 21,796 21,810 21,988 1 263,637 1 262,050 1 256,201 1 1 54,470 1 51,226 1 48,853 1 1 1,076 1 1,229 1 1,337 1 1 5,208 1 7,499 1 6,535 1 1 38,398 1 36,155 1 34,888 1 1 9,619 1 11,889 1 7,127 1 1 8,447 1 10,608 1 5,571 1 263,856 48,500 1,398 6,587 35,357 7,567 5,734 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 415,671 $ 455,162 $ 506,200 $ 658,700 250,142 $ 665,813 $ 270,734 I 290,800 800 I 298, 395 _I _I _ 725,896 1 $ 797,000 1 $ 957,095 122 City of Chino Hills Finance PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED FULL-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION Finance Director Assistant Finance Director Finance Manager Accounting Supervisor Management Analyst 1/11 Accountant 1/II Administrative Assistant 11 Payroll Technician Senior Account Technician -Confidential Senior Account Technician Administrative Assistant I Account Technician 1/II Sub -Total Administration UTILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE Billing Supervisor Senior Account Technician Account Technician 1/11 Account Technician 1/II - Temporary Sub -Total Utility Customer Service TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION Accountant 1/II TOTAL 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 0 16 16 17 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 4 4 4 6 20 20 21 20 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 123 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 124 �• � • fx'fir';. 'i � ,K•" �+• .AL L --.�...r� alb ..•..- - 1 '0 City of Chino Hills Public Works ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BY POSITION Public Works Director CAdministrative I Administrative Assistant II I Assistant 1 (2) 1 I C Water & Sewer 1 Maintenance & 1 r Assistant City 1 Manager J Operations Manager) I` Engineer J C Management Water Use 1 Analyst IY Efficiency 1 Coordinator rWater Distribution Water Production 1 l` Supervisor Supervisor J Senior Water Quality C Maintenance Tech 1/11 (2) Worker (2) Maintenance Worker 1/11 , Senior Maintenance (10) Worker Maintenance 1 Worker I — Maintenance Worker I non -flex J San itation C Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker 1/11 (5) 'Shading denotes permanent part-time staff CManagement Administrative Analyst 1/11 ( Assistant II Facilities C Maintenance Parks &Open 1 Supervisor Space Supervisor J Maintenance Landscape Inspector 1/11 (3) Worker (2) Maintenance 1 Senior Maintenance Worker 1/11 (2) J Worker (2) Street Maintenance Maintenance Worker 1/11 (4) Supervisor C CSenior Maintenance Worker (2) CMaintenance Worker 1/11 (4) Parking Enforcement Officer (2) Senior Management C Engineer F A Analyst 1/11 Associate/ Management Assistant Analyst 1/11 , Engineer (2) CEngineering Administrative Technician 1/11 Assistant 11 (2), Public Works Administrative Inspection Assistant I , Supervisor Works Environmental CPublic Inspector 1/11 Program (2) Coordinator me nta �Environ Program Inspector 125 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 126 City of Chino Hills Water Utility 47% EXPENDITURES BY FUNDING SOURCE AQMD Equipment Sleepy Hollow Maintenance Measure 1 2% Gas Tax Pass Thru I Street 4°�° et Sweeping ,,, Public Works Fund Landscape and Lighting District Funds 17% Sewer Utility 17% FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Source of Funds: Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Air Quality Management District (AQMD) $ 63,370 $ 10,757 $ 52,600 $ 900 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 419 24,964 10,200 10,100 Measure 1 38,900 65,900 25,000 27,300 TDA Pass Thru 17,298 55,800 53,600 53,600 Street Sweeping 315,343 333,006 271,200 218,400 Equipment Maintenance 901,358 900,301 926,100 902,700 Gas Tax 1,566,930 1,708,328 1,730,200 2,006,750 General Fund 6,262,450 6,223,874 6,840,600 7,454,000 Sewer Utility 7,212,580 7,881,836 8,690,600 9,382,800 Landscape and Lighting District Funds 8,264,639 8,782,226 9,114,800 9,701,200 Water Utility 21,104,743 22,715,172 24,718,000 26,356,700 Total $ 45,748,030 $ 48,702,164 $ 52,432,900 $ 56,114,450 127 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY Operations Maintenanc 78% l Category: Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay I Total Outlay ,Capital 3% FY 2015-16 Actual $ 8,913,718 36,133,467 700,845 $ 45,748,030 $ Public Works Salaries & Benefits 19% FY 2016-17 I FY 2017-18 I FY 2018-19 Actual Adopted Adopted $ 9,341,780 $ 10,129,200 $ 10,589,800 37,472,749 40,994,900 43,554,050 1,887,635 1,308,800 1,970,600 48,702,164 1 $ 52,432,900 1 $ 56,114,450 128 City of Chino Hills EXPENDITURES BY DIVISION Storm System Administration Water 47% FY 2015-16 Division: Actual Equipment Maintenance $ 901,358 Storm System Maintenance 983,791 Administration 1,047,069 Street Maintenance 1,628,982 Facilities Maintenance 1,711,961 Engineering 2,424,273 Sanitation 6,980,577 Parks and Landscape Maintenance 9,104,595 Water 20,965,424 Total $ 45,748,030 Public Works Street Maintenance 3% Facilities Maintenance 4% Engineering 5% Sanitation 16% and Landscape Maintenance 19% FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Actual Adopted Adopted $ 900,301 $ 978,100 $ 902,700 585,754 759,900 1,140,300 1,259,967 1,164,300 1,291,900 1,799,691 1,722,800 1,789,300 1,771,321 2,163,300 2,160,100 2,417,052 2,661,400 2,938,150 7,647,720 8,296,800 8,971,000 9,750,276 10,225,700 10,836,500 22,570,082 24,460,600 26,084,500 $ 48,702,164 $ 52,432,900 $ 56,114,450 129 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 130 City of Chino Hills ADMINISTRATION Division Purpose Public Works The purpose of the Administration Program is to provide coordination and support to the Department's Programs. Administration establishes organizational goals, provides technical and management support, and coordinates and monitors budgets for the largest department in the City, both in operations and resources. This Program also coordinates the Customer Service Order Program and supports the Voluntary Graffiti Abatement Team. Primary Activities The primary activities of the Administration Program include coordination of the Customer Service Order Program; preparation of agenda items for the City Council; coordination and implementation of the annual budget; oversight of departmental purchasing; personnel and training; office equipment and supplies; preparation of departmental policies and procedures; departmental records and data management; and general oversight of the Public Works Department. The cost of this function is allocated over all the programs in the department. The General Fund supports 7.3% of the total costs of this operation. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • None FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected Calls to Call Center 8,619 7,898 8,500 8,400 Work Requests I 8,602 I 8,167 I 7,652 I 8,100 Graffiti Removal Requests I 291 I 317 I 237 I 200 Contracts I 118 I 96 I 112 I 135 Invoices Processed I 4,069 I 4,686 I 4,927 I 5,100 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary I Actual 1 Actual 1 Adopted 1 Adopted Salaries & Benefits I $ 851,703 I $ 912,737 I $ 846,400 I $ 922,300 (Operations & Maintenance I 195,366 I 347,230 I 317,900 I 369,600 ICapitalOutlay I - I - I - I - ITotal Expenditures I $ 1,047,069 I $ 1,259,967 I $ 1,164,300 I $ 1,291,900 131 City of Chino Hills ENGINEERING Division Purpose Public Works The Engineering Division provides essential engineering services for the City such as the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Land Development Services, and Inspection Services. The Division plans and forecasts the budget for CIP and implements the CIP program. The Division oversees design and construction for CIP projects and reviews engineering aspects of land development projects relative to public infrastructure. The Division provides traffic engineering services, manages the City's traffic signal system, and provides citywide public works inspection services. Primary Activities The Division's primary duties include: representing the City on various regional committees; responding to the concerns of the City management and City residents; acting as a liaison to the Public Work Commission; preparing and implementing the CIP budget; managing CIP related grants; managing CIP projects; reviewing land development projects; managing trust deposit accounts and development -related bonds; maintaining and updating the water and sewer models; reviewing the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) / Water Quality Management Program (WQMP) compliance measures; providing traffic engineering services and maintaining the traffic signal system; providing public works inspection services for CIP projects, development projects, and utility work within the public right-of-way; providing guidance to the construction contractors; and providing engineering support for other City departments. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Professional Services decreased by $82,000 due to the one time contract expense for Carbon Canyon Road Traffic Study in Fiscal Year 2017-18. • Traffic Signal Maintenance increased by $80,300 for costs related to traffic accidents. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Annual Traffic Signal LED Replacement Program • Annual Striping Program $ 30,000 $ 75,000 132 City of Chino Hills ENGINEERING Public Works FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected Lot Line Adjustment/Lot Merger Review 3 7 4 3 Grant of Easement Review/Quitclaim 5 1 2 2 Plan Check 75 97 144 150 PRC Entitlement Review 16 7 11 15 Precise Grade Review 11 8 13 10 Encroachment Perm it/lnspection - Utility 201 206 233 174 Encroachment Perm it/lnspection - Develop. 35 30 61 44 Oversize Load Permit 219 294 132 60 Request for Proposals Processed 1 2 2 3 CIP Projects in Design 10 9 12 14 CIP Projects Awarded 11 7 12 10 Contract Amount $ 8,638,710 $ 2,811,236 $ 3,139,650 $ 5,362,541 CIP Projects Completed 13 12 10 11 Contract Amount $ 11,798,096 $ 10,248,557 $ 2,561,433 $ 4,342,741 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Salaries & Benefits $ 1,891,303 I $ 1,784,516 I $ 2,016,400 I $ 2,145,400 Operations & Maintenance I 532,9701 632,5361 597,0001 687,750 Capital Outlay - I - I 48,OOOI 105,000 Total Expenditures $ 2,424,273 I $ 2,417,052 I $ 2,661,400 I $ 2,938,150 133 City of Chino Hills EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE Division Purpose Public Works The Equipment Maintenance Program provides for and coordinates the maintenance and repairs of the City's vehicles and equipment. The Equipment Maintenance Program is funded by rental charges to each of the City's vehicles. These rates are then charged to the respective departments using the vehicles. These revenues provide for maintenance, fuel, insurance, operational costs, and overhead charges. Primary Activities The Equipment Maintenance Program is responsible for the repair and replacement of 156 vehicles and equipment in the City's fleet. City vehicles are maintained through a combination of staff and several contracts. This Program is also responsible for the development of the replacement schedule, specification development, purchasing requirements, and the recommendation for surplus of all vehicles and equipment. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Replace a 2000 Ford Ranger, Vehicle #5006, with a 2018 full size regular bed $ - truck ($37,000 funded by the General Fund) • Replace a 2005 Ford F150 Vehicle #5052, with a 2018 mid -size extra cab truck ($6,300 funded by Equipment Maintenance reserves and $26,700 funded by the Gas Tax Fund) • Replace a 2005 Ford Ranger Vehicle #50510, with a 2018 mid -size extra cab truck ($30,200 funded by equipment maintenance reserves and $2,800 funded by the Water Fund) $ 6,300 $ 30,200 • Purchase a new 2018 enclosed trailer for the Recreation Program ($14,500 funded $ by the General Fund) Workload Indicators Vehicle Repairs Preventative Maintenance Vehicles in Fleet (self-propelled) Equipment in Fleet Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlav Total Expenditures FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 210 225 235 320 150 85 245 250 112 112 106 104 51 51 49 52 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 343,266 $ 404,554 $ 311,900 $ 329,800 524,3891 33,7031 455,8211 39,9261 562,8001 103,4001 536,400 36,500 $ 901,358 1 $ 900,301 1 $ 978,100 1 $ 902,700 134 City of Chino Hills FACILITIES MAINTENANCE Division Purpose Public Works The Facilities Maintenance Program provides for the maintenance and repairs of the City's buildings. Responsibilities of this Program include buildings used for City business, recreational activities, the Government Center Complex, the Community Center, and public restrooms within City parks. Primary Activities The Facilities Maintenance Program is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the City's buildings, including: the Government Center Complex, Public Works Yard, Mystic Canyon Community Center, Sleepy Hollow Community Center, McCoy Equestrian Center, Grand Avenue Park, Community Park, and the City's Community Center. This Program also provides service duties such as assistance with shipping, receiving, warehousing, and providing various services, as needed, to operate Citywide functions. This Program also maintains the City's park restrooms, monument fixtures and walkway lights, and manages facility renovations and improvements. Significant Changes from Prior Year • None Significant Items of Capital Outlay Parking Structure and Breezeway Modifications Workload Indicators Square Feet of Buildings Maintained Park Restrooms Maintained Preventative Maintenance Activities Demand Work Orders Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures $ 79,000 FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 359,875 364,100 364,100 366,900 17 1 18 1 18 1 20 153 1 352 1 352 1 300 917 1 949 1 949 1 1,100 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 424,731 $ 474,281 $ 720,700 $ 765,900 1,145,6461 141,5841 1,209,7401 87,3001 1,313,6001 129,0001 1,315,200 79,000 $ 1,711,961 1 $ 1,771,321 1 $ 2,163,300 1 $ 2,160,100 135 City of Chino Hills Public Works PARKS AND LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Division Purpose The Parks and Landscape Maintenance Program provides for the maintenance of 43 parks & facilities, approximately 700 acres of public landscaping, approximately 42,000 trees, and approximately 3,350 acres of public open space. The Maintenance Program provides safe, attractive settings for public recreational activities. These facilities improve the quality of life for the residents of the community. This Program provides emergency response for hazards and safety issues and also coordinates the acceptance of additional landscape areas into the City's Maintenance Program. Primary Activities Activities within this Program include maintaining City parks, medians, common areas, open space and slopes. The City's Parks and Landscape staff responds to customer complaints, requests, after-hours emergencies, and manages the landscape maintenance contracts. Additional maintenance responsibilities include: tree maintenance, irrigation testing, water management, vandalism repair, trail maintenance, litter removal from public parks, landscape, and open space. This Program also provides weed abatement in public open space, lake maintenance, rodent control, and urban forestry management. Significant Changes from Prior Year • This budget contains an adjusted maintenance schedule for Grand Ave Park due to the anticipated conversion of the soccer fields to artificial turf. • The budget request includes a full year of the newly reorganized contract landscape maintenance program. Staff anticipates increased quality with the new contracts. • The budget includes the re -class of one Senior Maintenance Worker to a Landscape Inspector position to facilitate the management of the new contracts. • An eight percent increase in water costs was included in anticipation of the proposed water rate increase. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Park Improvement Fiscal Year 2018-19 • Planting, Restoration, Irrigation & Upgrade of landscape • Purchase a Flail Mower FY 2014-15 Workload Indicators Actual Open Space Maintained in Acres 3,000 Facilities/Parks Maintained 41 Trees Trimmed or Removed 3,272 Park Acreage 308 Parks & Landscape Service Requests 2,021 $ 281,700 $ 146,800 $ 8,900 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Actual I Actual I Projected 3,000 3,350 3,350 41 43 43 4,257 3,201 3,500 308 327 327 1,594 1,823 2,200 136 City of Chino Hills Public Works PARKS AND LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 1,083,355 $ 1,151,305 $ 1,206,900 $ 1,344,900 1 7,680,8291 340,411 $ 9,104,595 1 $ 7,919,7851 8,353,4001 9,054,200 679,1861 665,4001 437,400 3,750,276 1 $ 10,225,700 1 $ 10,836,500 137 City of Chino Hills SANITATION Division Purpose Public Works The sewer infrastructure includes 203 miles of sewer lines, seven lift stations (pumps and motors) and 4,812 sewer manholes. Sanitation staff is responsible for the reliability of the entire sewage system infrastructure to assure conveyance of all wastewater generated within the city limits to a treatment facility for further processing. The Sanitation Maintenance Program ensures compliance with the Sewer System Management Plan via Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) inspection, sewer main cleaning, and pump maintenance at lift stations. Primary Activities The Sanitation Program's primary task is operating and maintaining the sewer collection system, including lift stations, sewer mains, and all appurtenances. Other duties include responding to customer concerns and conducting repairs. Significant Changes from Prior Year • The budget reflects an increase in Sewer Treatment Services provided by Inland Empire Utilities Agency from $18.39 to $19.59 per Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU) effective July 1, 2018, for a total of $360,000. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Repair to City Yard gate $ 6,000 • Improve entrance to lift station truck gate $ 50,000 • Repairs to sewer lines and lift stations $ 100,000 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected Total Miles of Sewer Lines in the City 195 202 202 203 Total Manholes in the City 4,760 4,805 4,805 4,812 Manholes Inspected and Cleaned 1,006 1,785 1,785 2,027 Manholes Raised to Grade 3 5 5 15 Manholes Documented on Global Positioning System (GPS) 628 420 420 45 Miles of Sewer Line Cleaned 76 77 77 75 Lift Station Maintenance (Pump and Motor Replacement, Level Sensors, etc.) 2 14 14 8 Sewer Main Line Repairs 20 1 Force Main 38 16 City Sanitary Sewer Overflows FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary I Actual 1 Actual 1 Adopted 1 Adopted Salaries & Benefits 1 $ 961,4601 $ 1,030,000 1 $ 1,092,500 1 $ 1,142,000 Operations & Maintenance 1 5,920,9881 6,489,3391 7,104,3001 7,673,000 Capital Outlay 1 98,1291 128,3811 100,0001 156,000 Total Expenditures 1 $ 6,980,577 1 $ 7,647,720 1 $ 8,296,800 1 $ 8,971,000 138 City of Chino Hills Public Works STORM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Division Purpose The City's storm drainage system includes 91 miles of storm drains and over 1,383 catch basins. The purpose of the Storm System Maintenance Program is to ensure that all drainage facilities are maintained properly in order to provide flood protection to private and public property. This Program also includes the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. Primary Activities The Storm System Maintenance Program maintains and cleans the storm drainage facilities, including catch basins, storm drains, culverts, storm drainage pipes, storm channels, and retarding basins within the City. The Program also manages the City's National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permit as required by the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board, which includes inspections, enforcement, and education. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Contractual Services increased by $146,200 due to the multiple year contracts approved in Fiscal Year 2017-18 for the Vegetation Maintenance and Sediment Removal project and the Hickory Creek Mitigation project. • Professional Services increased by $192,000 for services related to the regulatory and permit requirements. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Improvements to Hickory Creek (Phase II) $ 50,000 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected II Total Catch Basins 1,369 1,369 1,383 1,383 Total Miles of Storm Drains 90 90 91 91 Storm Drain and Open Channels Inspection/ Cleaning 3,170 3,170 21,700 21,000 Storm Water Sampling (Bacteria) 20 20 25 20 Construction Sites with Active Permits 30 30 180 271 Permitted Business Inspections 60 60 143 152 Equestrian Stewardship Inspections and Consultations 16 16 20 18 Post Construction Inspections (NPDES) 4 4 19 16 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Summary Actual Actual Adopted Adopted Salaries & Benefits 1 $ 275,5691 $ 347,5141 $ 408,200 1 $ 433,500 Operations & Maintenance 1 708,2221 235,1691 321,7001 656,800 Capital Outlay - 1 3,0711 30,0001 50,000 Total Expenditures $ 983,791 1 $ 585,754 1 $ 759,900 1 $ 1,140,300 139 City of Chino Hills STREET MAINTENANCE Division Purpose Public Works The Street Maintenance Program provides maintenance of public improvements located in the right- of-way. This includes providing safe and clean roads, sidewalks, curbs, and gutters. The electrical energy cost for traffic control devices is a part of this Program. The Program provides preventive maintenance including street sweeping and repairs for approximately 200 miles of public streets through a combination of City workforce and contract services. The management of approximately 10,900 street trees, not within the lighting and landscape districts, is also a part of this Program. The Street Maintenance Program assists the Engineering Division with the Pavement Management Program and provides the necessary field activities to identify and replace any unsafe curb, gutter, or sidewalk throughout the City. Primary Activities Through a combination of City staff and contractors, the Street Maintenance Program repairs street failures such as potholes, trench failures, cracks, water line repair patches, and general pavement failures. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk maintenance are also conducted using City personnel and contractors. Tree trimming, street striping, traffic engineering requests, and street sweeping are achieved through contractual services and City workforce. The City's Street Maintenance crew also performs sign installations, traffic control in support of emergencies and hazardous material spill responses. In addition, staff installs and removes Shop Chino Hills and Military Banners, as well as coordinates the Flag Replacement Program. The Streets Maintenance crew also performs road closures and places message boards to inform residents of special events such as the Boat Parade, DUI checkpoints, local filming, and other special events. Significant Changes from Prior Year • The street sweeping and tree maintenance operations have been reduced to eliminate an operating deficit. This budget includes reduced arterial maintenance from two times per month to one time per month for a cost reduction of $27,000. Tree maintenance is also reduced by $29,400. • An anticipated 3.64% increase in the street sweeping contract is included in the Fiscal Year 2018/19 budget. Significant Items of Capital Outlay Remove and Replace Ash Trees in the Glenmeade Area $ 34,000 Replace Vehicle #5052 with a 2018 Truck ($26,700 funded by the Gas Tax Fund $ 26,700 and $6,300 funded by Equipment Maintenance reserves) 140 City of Chino Hills Workload Indicators Concrete Repair in Square Feet Sign Inspections/Repair Asphalt Repairs in Square Feet Parking Citations Issued Legends Repainted Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Public Works STREET MAINTENANCE FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 17,500 12,349 14,321 15,000 175 130 205 225 17,520 16,725 55,195 20,000 6,802 6,726 6,545 6,500 330 290 344 250 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 635,781 $ 681,005 $ 723,500 $ 766,800 1 991,8771 1,063,3511 982,3001 961,800 1 1,3241 55,3351 17,OOOI 60,700 $ 1,628,982 1 $ 1,799,691 1 $ 1,722,800 1 $ 1,789,300 141 City of Chino Hills Public Works WAT E R Division Purpose The Water system consists of more than 307 miles of water lines, 21,600 individual water connections, 19 reservoirs, 6 active wells, and 19 pump and hydropneumatic stations. The Water Program procures, operates, and maintains a safe and reliable water supply to ensure a consistent delivery to its residents and businesses. Maintaining the integrity of the distribution system and storage facilities ensures a dependable, adequate means to provide this service to its customers. Primary Activities The Water Program develops and implements preventative maintenance programs for all City - owned water infrastructure including pipelines, water wells, pump stations, and storage facilities. The Water Program ensures that all State and Federal Drinking Water Standards are being met or exceeded through the testing and treatment of its water supply. Significant Changes from Prior Year • Summarized water purchase costs, including pumping power, are anticipated to increase by $2,595,300. This is due to decreased well water production per State Regulations and increased reliance on import water and associated costs. Significant Items of Capital Outlay • Aging water meters will be replaced • Water supply facilities evaluations and updates $ 860,000 $ 150,000 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Workload Indicators Actual Actual Actual Projected Water Production (Wells, Purchased, Import) Acre Feet * 14,261 11,586 12,641 14,000 Recycled Water Distributed, Acre Feet * 1,811 1,410 1,837 2,000 Contracts Issued 36 41 41 30 Water Samples Taken 2,080 1,876 1,876 2,081 Pressure Reducing Valves Maintained 3 3 3 20 Customer Shut Offs and Re -Connects 1,061 1,229 1,229 3,000 Meter Installations (New Service and I I I I Replacements) 1,096 1,882 1,882 4,000 Service Maintenance (Meter Boxes, Meter Leaks, Angle Stop Repairs, Etc.) 712 689 689 240 Main and Service Line Leaks 122 45 45 56 Fire Hydrant / Air -Vac Damages 16 34 34 10 Total Fire Hydrants in the City 2,185 2,190 2,190 2,198 Fire Hydrant Maintenance (Rebuilds, Paint, Cap Replacement, Etc.) 45 40 40 40 Dead End Flushing 586 144 144 375 Valve Exercising (Number of Valves Operated) 480 226 226 500 * One acre foot of water is equal to 325,851 gallons of water 142 City of Chino Hills Workload Indicators (continued) Mainline Valve Repair / Replacement Dig Alert Tickets Received and Marked Water Conservation Outreach Events Water Conservation Letters Outreach Materials Developed (Brochures, Pamphlets, Regional Programs) Budget Summary Salaries & Benefits Operations & Maintenance Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Public Works WAT E R FY 2014-15 Actual FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Projected 26 14 14 60 3,109 3,768 3,768 3,600 N/A 20 20 11 N/A 84 84 110 N/A I 5 I 5 I 50 FY 2015-16 Actual FY 2016-17 Actual FY 2017-18 Adopted FY 2018-19 Adopted $ 2,446,550 $ 2,555,868 $ 2,802,700 $ 2,739,200 18,433,180 I 19,119,778 I 21,441,900 I 22,299,300 85,6941 894,4361 216,0001 1,046,000 $ 20,965,424 1 $ 22,570,082 1 $ 24,460,600 1 $ 26,084,500 143 City of Chino Hills PERSONNEL SUMMARY FULL-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION Public Works Director Management Analyst 1/11 Administrative Assistant II Administrative Assistant I Sub -Total Administration ENGINEERING City Engineer Assistant City Engineer Senior Engineer Associate/Assistant Engineer Public Works Inspection Supervisor Management Analyst 1/11 Public Works Inspector 1/11 Engineering Technician I/11 Administrative Assistant II Sub -Total Engineering EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker 1/11 Sub -Total Equipment Maintenance FACILITIES MAINTENANCE Facilities Maintenance Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker I/II Sub -Total Facilities Maintenance PARKS AND LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Maintenance and Operations Manager Parks and Open Space Supervisor Landscape Inspector 1/11 Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker 1/11 Sub -Total Parks & Landscape Maint SANITATION Sanitation Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker I/II Sub -Total Sanitation Public Works FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 5 5 6 6 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 12 12 12 11 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 2 2 3 3 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 4 4 4 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 144 City of Chino Hills Public Works PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED STORM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Environmental Program Coordinator 1 1 1 1 Environmental Program Inspector 1 1 1 1 Sub -Total Storm System Maintenance 2 2 2 2 STREET MAINTENANCE Street Maintenance Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker 1/11 Sub -Total Street Maintenance WATER Water and Sewer Manager Customer Service Supervisor Water Distribution Supervisor Water Production Supervisor Management Analyst 1/II Water Quality Technician 1/11 Senior Maintenance Worker Maintenance Worker 1/11 Maintenance Worker I (non -flex) Water Use Efficiency Coordinator Sub -Total Water TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITION ADMINISTRATION Office Assistant ENGINEERING Administrative Assistant I STORM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Management Analyst 1/11 STREET MAINTENANCE Parking Enforcement TOTAL 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 11 11 11 11 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 23 24 23 22 71 73 73 71 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 5 4 4 145 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 146 F yl-L*f �L� T ti p^ ' -f rl_ '7 , • •� w e 4- �+aka}'%4�' "� • a,• � �� � l I *� , L •� T r , f i �' City of Chino Hills PROJECTS BY TYPE FY 2018-19 CIP The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for Fiscal Year 2018-19 is fully funded and will utilize a combination of grants, developer impact fees, and general and special revenues to complete the needed improvements. The proposed resources that will be used to support the Fiscal Year 2018-19 CIP are included in this section. The Capital Improvement Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19 provides $10,199,700 for new projects. Parks/Open Streets 62% Project Type Parks/Open Space Public Facilities Water Streets Total Total 200,000 627,000 3,100,000 6,272,700 10,199,700 ilic Facilities 6% Water 30% Percentage 2% 6% 30% 62% 100% 147 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. City of Chino Hills PROJECTS BY FUNDING SOURCE FY 2018-19 CIP Landscape & General Fund (Capital Lighting Imnrnuamant Fiinrll Water Facilities Fee Sev Water Utility 32% Communit District rullua 25% Funding Source Sewer Utility Landscape & Lighting Administration General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) Water Facilities Fee Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Miscellaneous Grant Gas Tax Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account Measure I Community Facilities District Funds Water Utility Total imunity ,ment Block t (CDBG) 2% iscellaneous Grant 3% Pas Tax 5% d Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account 13% Measure 1 15% Total Percentage $ 86,300 1 % 103,200 1 % 120,000 1 % 210,000 2% 230,200 2% 336,900 3% 450,000 5% 1,339,700 13% 1,552,900 15% 2,563,000 25% 3,207,500 32% $ 10,199,700 100% 149 City of Chino Hills FY 2018-19 CIP PROJECT LISTING BY TYPE Rollover Expenditures Proiect No. Proiect Name Budget FY 2018-19 Total Budaet to Date* Streets S15008 Los Serranos Infrastructure - ATP $ 2,653,000 $ - $ 2,653,000 $ 179,285 S15009 Peyton Drive and English Channel - Phase 3 8,345,000 - 8,345,000 6,955,363 S16006 Lower Los Serranos Street Light Improvements 298,800 - 298,800 5,426 S17008 Soquel Canyon Parkway Rehabilitation 2,500,000 - 2,500,000 149,476 S17009 Installation of Countdown Pedestrian Signals 137,400 - 137,400 3,277 S17010 Acquisition of Streetlights from SCE 2,751,200 - 2,751,200 - S18006 Pavement Repairs 775,800 - 775,800 69,760 New Street Improvements Program - Annual (FY 2018-19) - 1,250,000 1,250,000 - New Sidewalk Replacement Program - Annual (FY 2018-19) 150,000 150,000 - New Los Serranos Transit Access Project 240,000 240,000 - New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project 480,000 480,000 - New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation 1,539,700 1,539,700 - New Calle San Marco Street/Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation 320,000 320,000 - New Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation 200,000 200,000 - New Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation 905,000 905,000 - New Frost Avenue Rehabilitation 190,000 190,000 - New Yorba Ave/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation 528,000 528,000 - New Twin Knolls Drive Rehabilitation 220,000 220,000 - New Fairway Boulevard Rehabilitation - 250,000 250,000 - Total Streets $ 17,461,200 $ 6,272,700 $ 23,733,900 $ 7,362,587 Public Facilities F18003 City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal $ 85,000 $ - $ 85,000 $ 2,333 F18004 Transfer Station 200,000 507,000 707,000 49,126 F18005 Automatic License Plate Readers 1,000,000 - 1,000,000 - F18006 Energy Efficiency Upgrades 198,000 - 198,000 New Government Center Security Cameras - 120,000 120,000 - Total Public Facilities $ 1,483,000 $ 627,000 $ 2,110,000 $ 51,459 Parks/Open Space 800212 Los Serranos Park $ 3,821,800 $ - $ 3,821,800 $ 300,889 800394 English Springs Park Restroom 350,000 350,000 91,481 P18001 Community Park Overflow Parking Lot 412,000 412,000 - P18002 Veterans Park Indentation 120,000 120,000 11,724 P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation 1,800,000 1,800,000 5,935 P18004 Torrey Pines Park Rehabilitation 350,000 - 350,000 2,515 New Veterans Park Amphitheater - 200,000 200,000 - Total Parks/Open Space $ 6,853,800 $ 200,000 $ 7,053,800 $ 412,544 *Reflects expenditures as of March 31, 2018. 150 City of Chino Hills PROJECT LISTING BY TYPE FY 2018-19 CIP Rollover Expenditures Proiect No. Proiect Name Budget FY 2018-19 Total Budaet to Date* Water 800162 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Water $ 832,300 $ - $ 832,300 $ 510,125 W08001 Well 16 ASR 765,100 - 765,100 734,226 W11004 Reservoir No. 18 7,666,700 - 7,666,700 390,410 W12004 Chlorination Stations 100,000 - 100,000 10,668 W17001 Saddle Replacement 2,687,000 - 2,687,000 109,173 New Maroon Bell - Winchester Water Main Replacement - 1,000,000 1,000,000 - New 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation 1,500,000 1,500,000 New City -Wide Water and Recycled Master Plan Study - 600,000 600,000 - Total Water $ 12,051,100 $ 3,100,000 $ 15,151,100 $ 1,754,602 Recycled Water W13004 R-40 Rehabilitation $ 150,000 $ - $ 150,000 $ - Total Recycled Water $ 150,000 $ - $ 150,000 $ - Sewer D08002 Pipeline Avenue Sewer Manhole Access Road $ 201,400 $ - $ 201,400 $ 25,396 D10001 Butterfield Ranch Lift Station 400,000 - 400,000 20,253 D10002 Pomona Rincon Lift Station Upgrade 486,000 486,000 35,420 D11002 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Sewer 1,210,000 1,210,000 121,056 D13002 Repair of Sewer on Boys Republic and Grand Avenue 75,000 75,000 - Total Sewer $ 2,372,400 $ $ 2,372,400 $ 202,125 Storm Drains 800326 Los Serranos Channel Mitigation $ 1,383,500 $ - $ 1,383,500 $ 1,083,109 Total Storm Drains $ 1,383,500 $ - $ 1,383,500 $ 1,083,109 Total FY 2018-19 Projects $ 41,755,000 $ 10,199,700 $ 51,954,700 $ 10,866,426 *Reflects expenditures as of March 31, 2018. 151 City of Chino Hills FY 2018-19 CIP PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE Rollover Proiect No. Proiect Name Budget FY 2018-19 Total Budget General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) (399) 800212 Los Serranos Park $ 2,173,000 $ 800326 Los Serranos Channel Mitigation 469,700 F18003 City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal 10,200 F18004 Transfer Station 25,000 F18005 Automatic License Plate Readers 1,000,000 F18006 Energy Efficiency Upgrades 198,000 New Government Center Security Cameras - P18004 Torrey Pines Park Rehabilitation 350,000 S15008 Los Serranos Infrastructure - ATP 21,000 S17010 Acquisition of Streetlights from SCE 2,751,200 Total General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) $ 6,998,100 $ Gas Tax (010) New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation $ New Fairway Boulevard Rehabilitation S18006 Pavement Repairs Total Gas Tax $ Measure 1 (012) New Street Improvements Program - Annual (FY 2018-19) $ New Sidewalk Replacement Program - Annual (FY 2018-19) New Los Serranos Transit Access Project S15008 Los Serranos Infrastructure - ATP S17009 Installation of Countdown Pedestrian Signals Total Measure 1 $ Community Development Block Grant (017) New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project $ S16006 Lower Los Serranos Street Light Improvements Total Community Development Block Grant $ Landscape & Lighting Administration (026) F18003 City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal $ F18004 Transfer Station Total Landscape & Lighting Administration $ $ 2,173,000 469,700 10,200 25,000 1,000,000 - 198,000 120,000 120,000 - 350,000 - 21,000 - 2,751,200 120,000 $ 7,118,100 - $ 200,000 $ 200,000 - 250,000 250,000 276,600 - 276,600 276,600 $ 450,000 $ 726,600 - $ 1,250,000 $ 1,250,000 - 150,000 150,000 - 152,900 152,900 900,000 - 900,000 23,000 - 23,000 923,000 $ 1,552,900 $ 2,475,900 298,800 298,800 $ 19,600 $ 75,000 94,600 $ Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee (027) 800212 Los Serranos Park $ 750,000 $ Total Parks & Recreation Facilities Fee $ 750,000 $ Quimby In -Lieu (028) 800212 Los Serranos Park $ 750,000 $ Total Quimby In -Lieu $ 750,000 $ Storm Drain Facilities Fee (135) 800326 Los Serranos Channel Mitigation $ 439,200 $ Total Storm Drain Facilities Fee $ 439,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 - 298,800 230,200 $ 529,000 - $ 19,600 103,200 178,200 103,200 $ 197,800 - $ 750,000 $ 750,000 - $ 750,000 $ 750,000 - $ 439,200 $ 439,200 152 City of Chino Hills PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE FY 2018-19 CIP Rollover Proiect No. Proiect Name Budget FY 2018-19 Total Budget Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account (184) New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation $ - $ 1,339,700 $ 1,339,700 S18006 Pavement Repairs 460,100 - 460,100 Total Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account $ 460,100 $ 1,339,700 $ 1,799,800 Miscellaneous Grant (199) New Los Serranos Transit Access Project $ - $ 87,100 $ 87,100 New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project - 249,800 249,800 S15008 Los Serranos Infrastructure - ATP 1,732,000 - 1,732,000 S15009 Peyton Drive and English Channel - Phase 3 6,238,000 - 6,238,000 S17009 Installation of Countdown Pedestrian Signals 114,400 - 114,400 W08001 Well 16 ASR 452,000 - 452,000 Total Miscellaneous Grant $ 8,536,400 $ 336,900 $ 8,873,300 Water Utility (500) F18003 City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal $ 42,500 $ - $ 42,500 F18004 Transfer Station 70,000 317,500 387,500 New Maroon Bell - Winchester Water Main Replacement - 1,000,000 1,000,000 New 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation - 1,500,000 1,500,000 New City -Wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study - 390,000 390,000 S15009 Peyton Drive and English Channel - Phase 3 245,000 - 245,000 W08001 Well 16 ASR 313,100 - 313,100 W 12004 Chlorination Stations 100,000 - 100,000 W 13004 R-40 Rehabilitation 150,000 - 150,000 W 17001 Saddle Replacement 2,687,000 - 2,687,000 Total Water Utility $ 3,607,600 $ 3,207,500 $ 6,815,100 Sewer Utility (501) D08002 Pipeline Avenue Sewer Manhole Access Road $ 201,400 $ - $ 201,400 D10001 Butterfield Ranch Lift Station 400,000 400,000 D10002 Pomona Rincon Lift Station Upgrade 486,000 - 486,000 D13002 Repair of Sewer on Boys Republic and Grand Avenue 75,000 - 75,000 F18003 City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal 12,700 - 12,700 F18004 Transfer Station 30,000 86,300 116,300 Total Sewer Utility $ 1,205,100 $ 86,300 $ 1,291,400 Sewer Facilities Fee (506) D11002 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Sewer $ 1,210,000 $ - $ 1,210,000 Total Sewer Facilities Fee $ 1,210,000 $ - $ 1,210,000 Water Facilities Fee (507) 800162 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Water $ 832,300 $ - $ 832,300 W11004 Reservoir No. 18 7,666,700 7,666,700 New City -Wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study - 210,000 210,000 Total Water Facilities Fee $ 8,499,000 $ 210,000 $ 8,709,000 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations (627) New Calle San Marcos Street/Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation $ - $ 320,000 $ 320,000 New Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation - 200,000 200,000 153 City of Chino Hills FY 2018-19 CIP PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE Rollover Proiect No. Proiect Name Budget FY 2018-19 Total Budqet P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation 21,400 - 21,400 Total CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations $ 21,400 $ 520,000 $ 541,400 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations (636) New Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation $ - $ 905,000 $ 905,000 New Frost Avenue Rehabilitation - 190,000 190,000 P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation 1,436,200 - 1,436,200 Total CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations $ 1,436,200 $ 1,095,000 $ 2,531,200 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview (640) 800212 Los Serranos Park $ 148,800 $ - $ 148,800 800326 Los Serranos Channel Mitigation 474,600 - 474,600 New Yorba Ave/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation - 528,000 528,000 Total CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview $ 623,400 $ 528,000 $ 1,151,400 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations (644) P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation $ 214,300 $ - $ 214,300 Total CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations $ 214,300 $ - $ 214,300 CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations (647) P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation $ 61,200 $ - $ 61,200 New Twin Knolls Drive Rehabilitation - 220,000 220,000 Total CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations $ 61,200 $ 220,000 $ 281,200 CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 (657) S17008 Soquel Canyon Parkway Rehabilitation $ 2,500,000 $ - $ 2,500,000 Total CFD 9 - Rincon Village-1998 $ 2,500,000 $ - $ 2,500,000 Assessment District 1994 Operations (691) S18006 Pavement Repairs $ 39,100 $ - $ 39,100 Total Assessment District 1994 Operations $ 39,100 $ - $ 39,100 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax (698) 800394 English Springs Park Restroom $ 350,000 $ - $ 350,000 New Veterans Park Amphitheater - 200,000 200,000 P18001 Community Park Overflow Parking Lot 412,000 - 412,000 P18002 Veterans Park Indentation 120,000 - 120,000 P18003 Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation 66,900 - 66,900 S15009 Peyton Drive and English Channel - Phase 3 1,862,000 - 1,862,000 Total CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax $ 2,810,900 $ 200,000 $ 3,010,900 Total FY 2018-19 Projects $ 41,755,000 $ 10,199,700 $ 51,954,700 154 City of Chino Hills FY 2018-19 CIP PROJECTS COMPLETED IN FY 2017-18 Proiect No. Proiect Name Streets: S09009 Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements - SRTS - Cycle 2 S12009 Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements - SRTS - Cycle 3 S14009 Raised Median on Pipeline Avenue S17001 Street Improvement Program FY 2016-17 S17005 Fairfield Ranch Road Rehabilitation S17006 Grand Avenue Rehabilitation S17007 ISNS Replacement @ SR-71 Off -Ramps S18001 Street Improvement Program FY 2017-18 S18002 Sidewalk Replacement Program FY 2017-18 S18003 Striping Program FY 2017-18 S18004 Traffic Signal Controller Upgrade Program FY 2017-18 S18005 Traffic Signal LED Replacement Program FY 2017-18 S18007 Speed Feedback Signs Water: W06002 Arsenic Remediation in City Well 15B W 14003 Emergency Generator Connectors W17001 Saddle Replacement - Phase 1 (3-Phase Project) 155 City of Chino Hills STREETS FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL Project Name: Los Serranos Infrastructure — ATP Project Number: S15008 Program Year Initiated: FY 2014-15 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Construction of sidewalks with access ramps, curb and gutter, paving, and street lights in the Los Serranos neighborhood: Mariposa Avenue, Carmelita Avenue, Fairway Boulevard, Yorba Avenue, Murray Avenue, Esther Street, Ethel Street, Cecelia Street, Avery Street, Pheasant Street, and Quail Street. Funding Source: Active Transportation Program (ATP) Grant - $1,732,000; General Fund Special Project Reserves (Agency Road Trust) - $21,000; Measure I - $900,000 Total Project Estimate: $2,653,000 Expenditures to Date: $179,285 Project Name: Peyton Drive and English Channel — Phase 3 Project Number: S15009 Program Year Initiated: FY 2014-15 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: The construction work for the Peyton Drive widening and English Channel improvements was completed in 2016. The remaining work to be done includes the environmental mitigation work for the English Channel (a requirement of the regulatory agencies) and an outstanding property acquisition. Funding Source: SAFETEA-LU (FHWA Grant) - $3,748,400; San Bernardino County Flood Control District Grant - $1,489,600; Community Facilities District (CFD) 2 - $1,862,000; SANBAG Nexus Grant - $1,000,000; Water Utility - $245,000 Total Project Estimate: $8,345,000 Expenditures to Date: $6,955,363 156 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Project Number: Program Year Initiated: Estimated Completion Year: Project Description: Funding Source: Total Project Estimate: Expenditures to Date: Project Name: Project Number: Program Year Initiated: Estimated Completion Year: Project Description: Funding Source Total Project Estimate: Expenditures to Date: Lower Los Serranos Street Light Improvements S16006 FY 2015-16 FY 2018-19 Install street lights, grind and AC cap on Mesa Blvd Monterey Ave. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) $298,800 $5,426 , Brookview Ct., and Soquel Canyon Parkway Rehabilitation S17008 FY 2016-17 FY 2018-19 Pavement rehabilitation and re -striping, including buffered bike lane (grind and AC overlay). CFD 9 $2,500,000 $149,476 Project Name: Installation of Countdown Pedestrian Signals Project Number: S17009 Program Year Initiated: FY 2016-17 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Install pedestrian countdown heads at all signalized intersections City-wide. Funding Source: Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Grant - $114,400; Measure 1 - $23,000 Total Project Estimate: $137,400 Expenditures to Date: $3,277 157 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Acquisition of Streetlights from SCE Project Number: S17010 Program Year Initiated: FY 2016-17 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Purchase streetlights from SCE and upgrade the lighting with LED. Funding Source: General Fund Total Project Estimate: $2,751,200 Expenditures to Date: $0 Project Name: Pavement Repairs Project Number: S18006 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Repair subsided pavement area within the streets of Chino Avenue, Eagle Canyon Drive, and Olympic View Drive and repair settled and cracked curb/gutter on Feldspar Drive. Funding Source: Gas Tax - $276,600; Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account - $460,100; Assessment District 1994 Operations - $39,100 Total Project Estimate: $775,800 Expenditures to Date: $69,760 Project Name: Street Improvement Program (Annual — FY 2018-19) Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: Annual Project Project Description: Annual overlay and/or slurry seal various City streets pursuant to the City's Pavement Management Program. Funding Source: Measure I Total Project Estimate: $1,250,000 158 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Sidewalk Replacement Program (Annual — FY 2018-19) Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: Annual Project Project Description: Annual program to replace damaged sidewalks throughout the City. Funding Source: Measure I Total Project Estimate: $150,000 ---------------------------------------------------- Project Name: Project Number: Program Year Initiated: Estimated Completion Year: Project Description: Funding Source Los Serranos Transit Access Project New FY 2018-19 FY 2018-19 Improve accessibility to two transit bus stops on Yorba Avenue by constructing new sidewalks, curbs, gutters, paving, and ADA-compliant access ramps on Fairway Avenue and Yorba Avenue. San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) TDA Grant - $87,100; Measure 1 - $152,900 Total Project Estimate: $240,000 ---------------------------------------------------- Project Name: Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Construction of ADA-compliant sidewalks, curbs, gutters, driveways and paving along El Molino Boulevard, Lugo Avenue, and Gird Avenue, and construct a decomposed granite path between County Club Drive and Gird Avenue. Funding Source: SBCTA TDA Grant - $249,800; CDBG - $230,200 Total Project Estimate: $480,000 159 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Pavement rehabilitation of Rolling Ridge Drive from Chino Hills Pkwy to Bayberry Drive. The work will include the removal and reconstruction of damaged pavement, curbs and gutters, ADA access ramps, grind and overlay of existing pavement, adjustment of manholes and water valves, striping, and signing. Funding Source: Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account - $1,339,700; Gas Tax - $200,000 Total Project Estimate: $1,539,700 Project Name: Calle San Marcos Street/Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Calle San Marcos Street from Grand Avenue to Norte Vista Drive and Norte Vista Drive from Calle San Marcos Street to Eagle Canyon Drive. Funding Source: CFD 1 Total Project Estimate: $320,000 Project Name: Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Eagle Canyon Drive from Norte Vista Drive to Wandering Ridge Drive. Funding Source: CFD 1 Total Project Estimate: $200,000 160 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Valle Vista Drive from Peyton Drive to Tall Oak Drive, Bayberry Drive from Tall Oak Drive to Peyton Drive, and Paisley Street from Peyton Drive to Bayberry Drive. Funding Source: CFD 4 Total Project Estimate: $905,000 Project Name: Frost Avenue Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Frost Avenue from Peyton Drive to Chino Hills Parkway. Funding Source: CFD 4 Total Project Estimate: $190,000 ---------------------------------------------------- Project Name: Yorba Avenue/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, striping, adjust utility manholes on Yorba Avenue from Fairway Boulevard to Los Serrano Road, Los Serranos Country Club Drive from Los Serranos Road to Soquel Canyon Parkway, and Chino Hills Parkway at Ramona Avenue. Funding Source: CFD 5 Total Project Estimate: $528,000 161 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STREETS (Continued) Project Name: Twin Knolls Drive Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Twin Knolls Drive from Mystic Canyon Drive to Butterfield Ranch Road. Funding Source: CFD 8 Total Project Estimate: $220,000 .................................................... Project Name: Fairway Boulevard Rehabilitation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Remove and reconstruct deteriorated pavement, grind and overlay asphalt pavement, construct ADA ramps, striping and adjust utility manholes on Fairway Boulevard from Yorba Avenue to Pomona Rincon Road. Funding Source: Gas Tax Total Project Estimate: $250,000 162 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL PUBLIC FACILITIES Project Name: City Yard Parking Lot Expansion and Slurry Seal Project Number: F18003 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Install 11 new parking spaces in front lot. Slurry seal all parking area. Funding Source: General Fund - $10,200; P&L Administration - $19,600; Water Utility - $42,500; Sewer Utility - $12,700 Total Project Estimate: $85,000 Expenditures to Date: $2,333 Project Name: Transfer Station Project Number: F18004 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: A transfer station for the green waste and road repair spoils. Pave, fence, and install bins for storage of materials for the Public Works operations. Funding Source: General Fund - $25,000; P&L Administration - $178,200; Water Utility - $387,500; Sewer Utility - $116,300 Total Project Estimate: $707,000 Expenditures to Date: $49,126 Project Name: Automatic License Plate Readers Project Number: F18005 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Installation of Automatic License Plate Readers at approximately 11 intersections. Funding Source: General Fund Total Project Estimate: $1,000,000 Expenditures to Date: $0 163 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL PUBLIC FACILITIES (Continued) Project Name: Energy Efficiency Upgrades Project Number: F18006 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Install LED upgrades to the following: Chino Hills Community Center path and walkway lighting, exterior wall packs, up -lighting for the flags, the City Yard's security lighting and various park restrooms. Funding Source: General Fund Total Project Estimate: $198,000 Project Name: Government Center Security Cameras Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Install approximately 80 security cameras for various locations at the Government Center. Tie into existing software and control system. Funding Source: General Fund Total Project Estimate: $120,000 164 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL PARKS/OPEN SPACE Project Name: Los Serranos Park Project Number: 800212 Program Year Initiated: FY 1998-99 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Development of a community park in the Los Serranos neighborhood, including environmental, design, and construction. Funding Source: General Fund - $2,173,000; P&R Facilities Fee - $750,000; Quimby In -Lieu - $750,000; CFD 5 - $148,800 Total Project Estimate: $3,821,800 Expenditures to Date: $300,889 Project Name: English Springs Park Restroom Project Number: 800394 Program Year Initiated: FY 2003-04 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Construction of additional restroom facilities at English Springs Park. Funding Source: CFD 2 Total Project Estimate: $350,000 Expenditures to Date: $91,481 Project Name: Community Park Overflow Parking Lot Project Number: P18001 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Improve a portion of the lot on the southwest corner of Peyton Drive and Eucalyptus Avenue to accommodate overflow parking from Chino Hill Community Park. Funding Source: CFD 2 Total Project Estimate: $412,000 Expenditures to Date: $0 165 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL PARK/OPEN SPACE (Continued) Project Name: Veterans Park Indentation Project Number: P18002 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Construct a vehicle indentation for parking on Eucalyptus Avenue. Funding Source: CFD 2 Total Project Estimate: $120,000 Expenditures to Date: $11,724 Project Name: Grand Avenue Park Artificial Turf Installation Project Number: P18003 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Convert the existing grass soccer fields into artificial turf. Elements of the project include removal of existing grass, grading, installation of drainage and new base materials. Funding Source: CFD 1 - $21,400; CFD 2 - $66,900; CFD 4 - $1,436,200; CFD 6 - $214,300; CFD 8 - $61,200 Total Project Estimate: $1,800,000 Expenditures to Date: $5,935 Project Name: Torrey Pines Park Rehabilitation Project Number: P18004 Program Year Initiated: FY 2017-18 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Remove gazebo and equestrian ring. Construct one tennis court and one playground. Rehab landscaping and parking lot. Funding Source: General Fund Total Project Estimate: $350,000 Expenditures to Date: $2,515 166 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL PARKS/OPEN SPACE (Continued) Project Name: Veterans Park Amphitheater Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Planning and design of a permanent amphitheater at Veterans Park. Funding Source: CFD 2 Total Project Estimate: $200,000 167 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL Project Name: Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Water Project Number: 800162 Program Year Initiated: FY 1997-98 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: This project will expand/modify the City-wide telemetry system for water facilities. Funding Source: Water Facilities Fee Total Project Estimate: $832,300 Expenditures to Date: $510,125 Project Name: Well 16 ASR Project Number: W08001 Program Year Initiated: FY 2007-08 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) at Well 16; includes system connection as necessary. Funding Source: Department of Water Resources Grant - $250,000; Chino Basin Watermaster Grant - $202,000; Water Utility - $313,100 Total Project Estimate: $765,100 Expenditures to Date: $734,226 Project Name: Reservoir No. 18 Project Number: W11004 Program Year Initiated: FY 2003-04 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Construct a new domestic water reservoir in the H1 pressure zone. Funding Source Total Project Estimate Expenditures to Date: Water Facilities Fee $7,666,700 $390,410 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL WATER (Continued) Project Name: Chlorination Stations Project Number: W12004 Program Year Initiated: FY 2011-12 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Add four hypochlorite stations located at booster facilities. Funding Source: Water Utility Total Project Estimate: $100,000 Expenditures to Date: $10,668 Project Name: Saddle Replacement Project Number: W17001 Program Year Initiated: FY 2016-17 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Replace approximately 1,156 saddles and service lines on 8" PVC pipeline. Area includes Ficus Street and surrounding streets. Funding Source: Water Utility Total Project Estimate: $2,687,000 Expenditures to Date: $109,173 Project Name: Maroon Bell — Winchester Water Main Replacement Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Replace approximately 4,725 of 8" steel water main line. Funding Source: Water Utility Total Project Estimate: $1,000,000 169 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL WATER (Continued) Project Name: 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Evaluate and remediate all wells for 1,2,3 TCP contamination as well as other contamination of emerging concern. Funding Source: Water Utility Total Project Estimate: $1,500,000 Project Name: City -Wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study Project Number: New Program Year Initiated: FY 2018-19 Estimate Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Evaluate the City's water and recycled water sources and distribution system. Identify facilities needed to provide reliable and cost-effective service to the City. Funding Source: Water Facilities Fee - $210,000; Water Utility - $390,000 Total Project Estimate: $600,000 170 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL RECYCLED WATER Project Name: R-40 Rehabilitation Project Number: W13004 Program Year Initiated: FY 2012-13 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Drain, scrape and repaint interior of Reservoir R-40 and install cathodic protection to preclude future tank damage. Funding Source: Water Utility Total Project Estimate: $150,000 Expenditures to Date: $0 171 City of Chino Hills SEWER FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL Project Name: Pipeline Avenue Sewer Manhole Access Road Project Number: D08002 Program Year Initiated: FY 2008-09 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Construct access road to sewer line manhole from Pipeline Avenue south of Country Club Drive. Funding Source: Sewer Utility Total Project Estimate: $201,400 Expenditures to Date: $25,396 Project Name: Butterfield Ranch Lift Station Project Number: D10001 Program Year Initiated: FY 2009-10 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Install telemetry system including pump controls and alarming features. Funding Source: Sewer Utility Total Project Estimate: $400,000 Expenditures to Date: $20,253 Project Name: Pomona Rincon Lift Station Upgrade Project Number: D10002 Program Year Initiated: FY 2009-10 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: Upgrade existing facility with new pumps, additional telemetry, level sensing system, flow meter, and modifications to wet well as identified in the Pomona Rincon Lift Station Evaluation Study. Funding Source: Sewer Utility Total Project Estimate: $486,000 Expenditures to Date: $35,420 172 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL SEWER (Continued) Project Name: Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition System (SCADA) - Sewer Project Number: D11002 Program Year Initiated: FY 2010-11 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2019-20 Project Description: This project will expand/modify the City-wide telemetry system for sewer facilities. Funding Source: Sewer Facilities Fee Total Project Estimate: $1,210,000 Expenditures to Date: $121,056 Project Name: Repair of Sewer on Boys Republic and Grand Avenue Project Number: D13002 Program Year Initiated: FY 2012-13 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: Correct deficient elevation and routing problem on existing sewer line and re -grout manhole. Funding Source: Sewer Utility Total Project Estimate: $75,000 Expenditures to Date: $0 173 City of Chino Hills FY 18-19 CIP CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DETAIL STORM DRAINS Project Name: Los Serranos Channel Mitigation Project Project Number: 800326 Program Year Initiated: FY 2000-01 Estimated Completion Year: FY 2018-19 Project Description: A mitigation project to create nine acres of wildlife habitat. Funding includes mitigation monitoring. Funding Source: General Fund - $469,700; Storm Drain Facilities Fee - $439,200; CFD 5 - $474,600 Total Project Estimate: $1,383,500 Expenditures to Date: $1,083,109 174 a yea irevE :nt Prod City of Chino Hills PROJECTS BY TYPE Five Year CIP The Five Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) accompanies the Five Year Operating Program in establishing the framework for the period from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2023. The CIP is a plan for short and five year capital acquisition and development as funding becomes available. The recommended program contains project priorities on a fiscal year basis and recognizes that the completion of some projects will span a number of program years. Projects and funding sources listed in the CIP for years other than year one are not authorized until the annual budget for those years is adopted by the City Council. Years two through five serve only as a guide for future planning and are subject to further review and modification in subsequent years by the City Council. The five year CIP estimated total is $53,810,200. Sewer Storm Drains Streets 69% )pace .ecycled Water 4% Public Facilities 6% ---Water 18% Project Type Total Percentage Sewer $ 500,000 1 % Storm Drains 600,000 1 % Parks/Open Space 700,000 1 % Recycled Water 2,323,700 4% Public Facilities 3,272,000 6% Water 9,600,000 18% Streets 36,814,500 69% Total $ 53,810,200 100% 175 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 176 City of Chino Hills Five Year CIP PROJECTS BY FUNDING SOURCE The Capital Improvement Program derives funding from various funding sources for current and future capital projects. The table and graph below identify total amounts by funding source expected to be used in the next five years and beyond. Community Development Block Sewer Utility Grant (CDBG) Road Maintenance & Landscape & <1% 2% Rehabilitation Lighting Account Administration 2% <1% Gas Tax 4% Community Facilities District Funds Miscellaneous Grant 30% 4% Development Impact Fee Funds 18% Fund Title Landscape & Lighting Administration Sewer Utility Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account Gas Tax Miscellaneous Grant General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) Funding Unsecured Water Utility Measure I Development Impact Fee Funds Community Facilities District Funds Total General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) 7% Funding Unsecured 9% Water Utility 11% Measure 1 13% Total Percentage $ 103,200 <1 % 411,300 <1 % 1,151,000 2% 1,339,700 2% 2,050,000 4% 2,037,900 4% 3,505,000 7% 4,800,000 9% 5,749,000 11 % 7,152,900 13% 9,627,200 18% 15,883,000 30% $ 53,810,200 100% 177 City of Chino Hills PROJECT LISTING BY TYPE Project Number PROJECT STREETS New Street Improvement Project (Annual) New Sidewalk Replacement Program (Annual) New Los Serranos Transit Access Project New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation New Calle Can Marcos Street/Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation New Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation New Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation New Frost Avenue Rehabilitation New Yorba Ave/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation New Twin Knolls Drive Rehabilitation New Fairway Boulevard Rehabilitation Future Pavement Rehabilitation Future SR-71 Off -Ramp at Soquel Canyon Pkwy Future Founder Drive Rehabilitation (Grand Ave/CHP) Future Village Center Drive Rehabilitation (CHP/Grand Ave) Future Olympic View Drive Rehabilitation (Peyton Dr/Softwind Dr) Future Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements Future Eucalyptus Avenue Widening (Litel Entrance/End City Limits) Future Fairfield Ranch Road Rehabilitation (Monte Vista Ave/Central Ave) Future Elinvar Drive/Sapphire Road Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Sapphire Rd & Elinvar Dr/Cadmium) Future Slate Drive Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Butterfield Ranch Rd) Future Pipeline Avenue Rehabilitation (CHP/Glen Ridge Dr) Future Pipeline Avenue Rehabilitation (Valle Vista Dr/Bayberry Dr) Future Pomona Rincon Road Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Picasso Dr) Future Re -align Woodview, Road (Peyton Dr/Pipeline Ave) (5-C-3) Future Construct Soquel Canyon Road (5-C-7) Future Construct Woodview, Extension (5-C-10) Future Canon Lane Rehabilitation (Carbon Cyn Rd/Highland Pass Rd) Future Canyon Hills Road Rehabilitation (Carbon Cyn Rd/Spring Creek Rd) Future Mystic Canyon Drive Rehabilitation (Butterfield Ranch Rd/Shady View Dr) Five Year CIP FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 5-Year Total $ 1,250,000 $ 1,250,000 $ 1,250,000 $ 1,250,000 $ 1,250,000 $ 6,250,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 750,000 240,000 - - - - 240,000 480,000 480,000 1,539,700 1,539,700 320,000 320,000 200,000 200,000 905,000 905,000 190,000 190,000 528,000 528,000 220,000 220,000 250,000 250,000 - 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 1,600,000 350,000 - - - 350,000 290,000 290,000 410,000 410,000 150,000 150,000 230,200 230,200 230,200 230,200 920,800 400,000 400,000 550,000 550,000 - 400,000 400,000 700,000 - 700,000 500,000 500,000 250,000 250,000 - 750,000 750,000 1,500,000 1,500,000 2,910,000 2,910,000 - 980,000 980,000 150,000 - 150,000 380,000 380,000 700,000 - 700,000 178 City of Chino Hills PROJECT LISTING BY TYPE Five Year CIP Project Number PROJECT FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 5-Year Total STREETS (Continued) Future Shady View Drive Rehabilitation (Butterfield Ranch Rd/End) 300,000 - 300,000 Future Fairfield Ranch Road Rehabilitation (Central Ave/BLD) _ 1,500,000 1,500,000 Future Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Pkwy and Pipeline Avenue 250,000 250,000 800364 Fairfield Ranch Road Phase II 4,800,000 4,800,000 S08005 Pine Avenue Extension - 4,201,000 4,201,000 Total Streets $ 6,272,700 $ 5,680,200 $ 2,960,200 $ 2,030,200 $ 19,871,200 $ 36,814,500 PUBLIC FACILITIES F18004 Transfer Station $ 507,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 507,000 New Government Center Security Cameras 120,000 - 120,000 Future Chino Hills Parkway Entry Monument - 220,000 220,000 Future McCoy Equestrian Center - Rear Property Rehabilitation 425,000 425,000 Future Mystic Canyon Community Building 2,000,000 2,000,000 Total Public Facilities $ 627,000 $ 2,645,000 $ $ $ $ 3,272,000 PARKS/OPEN SPACE New Veterans Park Amphitheater $ 200,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 200,000 Future English Springs Park Lake Rehabilitation - 500,000 500,000 Total Parks/Open Space $ 200,000 $ 500,000 $ $ $ $ 700,000 WATER New Maroon Bell - Winchester Water Main Replacement $ 1,000,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 1,000,000 New 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation 1,500,000 1,500,000 New City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 600,000 - 600,000 Future Reservoir No. 2 - 6,500,000 6,500,000 Total Water $ 3,100,000 $ 6,500,000 $ - $ $ - $ 9,600,000 RECYCLED WATER W07002 Intermediate Zone Recycled Water Reservoir R-43 $ - $ - $ $ $ 2,323,700 $ 2,323,700 Total Recycled Water $ $ - $ $ $ 2,323,700 $ 2,323,700 SEWER Future City-wide Waste Water Master Plan Study $ $ 500,000 $ $ $ - $ 500,000 Total Sewer $ $ 500,000 $ $ $ $ 500,000 STORM DRAINS Future City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study $ $ 600,000 $ $ $ $ 600,000 Total Storm Drains $ $ 600,000 $ $ $ $ 600,000 Fiscal Year Total $ 10,199,700 $ 16,425,200 $ 2,960,200 $ 2,030,200 $ 22,194,900 $ 53,810,200 179 City of Chino Hills Five Year CIP PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE Project Number PROJECT FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 5-Year Total General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) (399) New Government Center Security Cameras $ 120,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 120,000 Future SR-71 Off -Ramp at Soquel Canyon Pkwy - 350,000 350,000 Future City-wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study 390,000 390,000 Future Chino Hills Parkway Entry Monument 220,000 220,000 Future McCoy Equestrian Center - Rear Property Rehabilitation 425,000 425,000 Future Mystic Canyon Community Building 2,000,000 2,000,000 Total General Fund (Capital Improvement Fund) $ 120,000 $ 3,385,000 $ $ $ $ 3,505,000 Gas Tax (010) New Fairway Boulevard Rehabilitation $ 250,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 250,000 New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation 200,000 - 200,000 Future Pavement Rehabilitation - 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 1,600,000 Total Gas Tax $ 450,000 $ 400,000 $ 400,000 $ 400,000 $ 400,000 $ 2,050,000 Measure 1 (012) New Los Serranos Transit Access Project $ 152,900 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 152,900 New Sidewalk Replacement Program (Annual) 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 750,000 New Street Improvement Project (Annual) 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 6,250,000 Total Measure 1 $ 1,552,900 $ 1,400,000 $ 1,400,000 $ 1,400,000 $ 1,400,000 $ 7,152,900 Community Development Block Grant (017) New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project $ 230,200 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 230,200 Future Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements - 230,200 230,200 230,200 230,200 920,800 Total Community Development Block Grant $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 230,200 $ 1,151,000 Landscape & Lighting Administration (026) F18004 Transfer Station $ 103,200 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 103,200 Total Landscape & Lighting Administration $ 103,200 $ $ $ $ $ 103,200 Traffic Signal Fee (131) Future Traffic Signal @ Soquel Canyon Pkwy and Pipeline Avenue $ - $ $ $ $ 250,000 $ 250,000 Total Traffic Signal Fee $ $ $ $ $ 250,000 $ 250,000 Traffic Facilities Fee (134) S08005 Pine Avenue Extension $ $ $ $ $ 2,500,000 $ 2,500,000 Total Traffic Facilities Fee $ $ $ $ $ 2,500,000 $ 2,500,000 Storm Drain Facilities Fee (135) Future City -Wide Storm Drain Master Plan Study $ $ 210,000 $ $ $ - $ 210,000 Total Storm Drain Facilities Fee $ $ 210,000 $ $ $ $ 210,000 Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account (184) New Rolling Ridge Drive Rehabilitation $ 1,339,700 $ - $ $ $ $ 1,339,700 Total Road Maintenance & Rehabilitation Account $ 1,339,700 $ $ $ $ $ 1,339,700 Miscellaneous Grant (199) S08005 Pine Avenue Extension $ - $ $ $ $ 1,701,000 $ 1,701,000 New Los Serranos Safe Routes to Schools West Project 249,800 - 249,800 New Los Serranos Transit Access Project 87,100 - 87,100 Total Miscellaneous Grant $ 336,900 $ $ $ $ 1,701,000 $ 2,037,900 im City of Chino Hills Project Number Five Year CIP PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE PROJECT FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 5-Year Total Water Utility (500) F18004 Transfer Station $ 317,500 $ $ $ $ $ 317,500 New 1,2,3 TCP Wellhead Remediation 1,500,000 1,500,000 New Maroon Bell - Winchester Water Main Replacement 1,000,000 1,000,000 New City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study 390,000 390,000 Future Reservoir No. 2 - 2,541,500 2,541,500 Total Water Utility $ 3,207,500 $ 2,541,500 $ $ $ $ 5,749,000 Sewer Utility (501) F18004 Transfer Station $ 86,300 $ - $ $ $ $ 86,300 Future City-wide Waste Water Master Plan Study - 325,000 325,000 Total Sewer Utility $ 86,300 $ 325,000 $ $ $ $ 411,300 Sewer Facilities Fee (506) Future City-wide Waste Water Master Plan Study $ - $ 175,000 $ $ $ $ 175,000 Total Sewer Facilities Fee $ $ 175,000 $ $ $ $ 175,000 Water Facilities Fee (507) New City-wide Water and Recycled Water Master Plan Study $ 210,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 210,000 W07002 Intermediate Zone Recycled Water Reservoir R-43 - - 2,323,700 2,323,700 Future Reservoir No. 2 - 3,958,500 - 3,958,500 Total Water Facilities Fee $ 210,000 $ 3,958,500 $ $ $ 2,323,700 $ 6,492,200 CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations (627) New Calle Can Marcos Street/Norte Vista Drive Rehabilitation $ 320,000 $ - $ $ $ - $ 320,000 New Eagle Canyon Drive Rehabilitation 200,000 200,000 Total CFD 1 - Rolling Ridge Operations $ 520,000 $ $ $ $ $ 520,000 CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations (636) New Frost Avenue Rehabilitation $ 190,000 $ $ $ $ $ 190,000 New Valle Vista Drive/Bayberry Drive Rehabilitation 905,000 905,000 Total CFD 4 - The Oaks Operations $ 1,095,000 $ $ $ $ $ 1,095,000 CFD 5 - Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview (640) New Yorba Ave/Los Serranos Country Club Drive Rehabilitation $ 528,000 $ $ $ $ $ 528,000 Future Pipeline Avenue Rehabilitation (CHP/Glen Ridge Dr) - 500,000 500,000 Future Pipeline Avenue Rehabilitation (Valle Vista Dr/Bayberry Dr) 250,000 250,000 Future Slate Drive Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Butterfield Ranch Rd) 700,000 700,000 Future Elinvar Drive/Sapphire Road Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Sapphire Rd & Elinvar Dr/Cadmium) - 400,000 400,000 Future Construct Soquel Canyon Road (5-C-7) - 2,910,000 2,910,000 Future Construct Woodview Extension (5-C-10) 980,000 980,000 Future Fairfield Ranch Road Rehabilitation (Monte Vista Ave/Central Ave) 550,000 550,000 Future Pomona Rincon Road Rehabilitation (Soquel Cyn Pkwy/Picasso Dr) 750,000 750,000 Future Re -align Woodview Road (Peyton Dr/Pipeline Ave) (5-C-3) - - - 1,500,000 1,500,000 Total CFD 5-Soquel Cyn, Rincon & Woodview $ 528,000 $ 1,450,000 $ 400,000 $ $ 6,690,000 $ 9,068,000 CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations (644) Future Canon Lane Rehabilitation (Carbon Cyn Rd/Highland Pass Rd) $ - $ - $ 150,000 $ $ - $ 150,000 Future Canyon Hills Road Rehabilitation (Carbon Cyn Rd/Spring Creek Rd) - 380,000 380,000 Total CFD 6 - Carbon Canyon Operations $ $ - $ 530,000 $ $ $ 530,000 181 City of Chino Hills PROJECT LISTING BY FUNDING SOURCE Five Year CIP Project Number PROJECT FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 5-Year Total CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations (647) New Twin Knolls Drive Rehabilitation $ 220,000 $ - $ $ $ $ 220,000 Future Mystic Canyon Drive Rehabilitation (Butterfield Ranch Rd/Shady View Dr) - 700,000 700,000 Future Shady View Drive Rehabilitation (Butterfield Ranch Rd/End) - 300,000 300,000 Total CFD 8 - Butterfield Operations $ 220,000 $ 1,000,000 $ $ $ $ 1,220,000 CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch (658) Future Fairfield Ranch Road Rehabilitation (Central Ave/BLD) $ - $ - $ $ $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 Total CFD 10 - Fairfield Ranch $ $ $ $ $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax (698) New Veterans Park Amphitheater $ 200,000 $ $ $ $ - $ 200,000 Future English Springs Park Lake Rehabilitation - 500,000 500,000 Future Founder Drive Rehabilitation (Grand Ave/CHP) 290,000 290,000 Future Olympic View Drive Rehabilitation (Peyton Dr/Softwind Dr) 150,000 150,000 Future Village Center Drive Rehabilitation (CHP/Grand Ave) 410,000 410,000 Future Eucalyptus Avenue Widening (Litel Entrance/End City Limits) _ 400,000 400,000 Total CFD 2 - Los Ranchos Special Tax $ 200,000 $ 1,350,000 $ $ $ 400,000 $ 1,950,000 Unsecured Funding 800364 Fairfield Ranch Road Phase II $ - $ - $ $ $ 4,800,000 $ 4,800,000 Total Unsecured Funding $ - $ - $ $ $ 4,800,000 $ 4,800,000 Five Year Total $ 10,199,700 $ 16,425,200 $ 2,960,200 $ 2,030,200 $ 22,194,900 $ 53,810,200 182 City of Chino Hills PERSONNEL SUMMARY BY DEPARTMENT FULL-TIME POSITIONS LEGISLATIVE CITY MANAGER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SERVICES FINANCE PUBLIC WORKS Personnel FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED ADOPTED 7 7 7 7 18 17 17 19 16 16 17 15 12 13 14 15 20 20 21 20 71 73 73 71 TOTAL FULL-TIME POSITIONS 144 146 149 147 PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITIONS LEGISLATIVE CITY MANAGER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SERVICES FINANCE PUBLIC WORKS TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITIONS 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 5 4 4 8 9 7 7 183 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. City of Chino Hills AUTHORIZED POSITIONS FULL-TIME POSITIONS Accountant 1/11 Accounting Supervisor Account Technician 1/11 Account Technician 1/11 - Temporary Administrative Assistant I Administrative Assistant II Administrative Assistant II - Confidential Assistant Building Official Assistant City Clerk Assistant City Engineer Assistant City Manager Assistant/Associate Engineer Assistant/Associate Planner Assistant Community Development Director - Building Official Assistant Finance Director Billing Supervisor Building Inspector 1/11 City Clerk City Engineer City Manager Code Enforcement Officer 1/11 Code Enforcement Supervisor Community Development Director Community Relations Analyst 1/11 Community Relations Manager Community Services Coordinator 1/11 Community Services Director Community Services Supervisor Customer Service Supervisor Deputy City Clerk 1/11 Deputy City Manager Personnel FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 3 0 0 0 1 5 6 7 7 10 10 10 9 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 6 6 7 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 185 City of Chino Hills AUTHORIZED POSITIONS FULL-TIME POSITIONS (Continued) Engineering Technician 1/11 Environmental Program Coordinator Environmental Program Inspector Executive Assistant Facilities Maintenance Supervisor Finance Director Finance Manager GIS Analyst 1/11 Human Resources Assistant Information Technology Manager Information Technology Technician Landscape Inspector 1/11 Maintenance and Operations Manager Maintenance Worker 1/11 Maintenance Worker I Non -Flex Management Analyst 1/11 Office Assistant Parks and Open Space Supervisor Payroll Technician Permit Technician 1/11 Planning Manager Planning Technician II Public Information Officer Public Works Director Public Works Inspection Supervisor Public Works Inspector 1/11 Records Coordinator Recreation Coordinator Recreation Supervisor Sanitation Supervisor Senior Account Technician Personnel FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 26 26 26 26 2 2 1 1 9 7 7 7 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 4 City of Chino Hills AUTHORIZED POSITIONS FULL-TIME POSITIONS (Continued) Senior Account Technician - Confidential Senior Engineer Senior Human Resource Analyst Senior Information Technology Analyst Senior Maintenance Worker Senior Management Analyst Senior Planner Street Maintenance Supervisor Utility Conservation Coordinator Water and Sewer Manager Water Distribution Supervisor Water Production Supervisor Water Quality Technician 1/11 Water Use Efficiency Coordinator TOTAL FULL-TIME POSITIONS PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITIONS Accountant 1/11 Administrative Assistant I Community Relations Analyst 1/11 Management Analyst 1/11 Office Assistant Parking Enforcement Officer Planning Technician Video Production Technician TOTAL PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITIONS Personnel FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 10 11 11 10 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 144 146 149 147 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 8 9 7 7 187 City of Chino Hills SALARY SCHEDULE BY TITLE Effective as of September 1, 2017 Personnel Classification Title Range Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Account Technician I I 25R 1 3,169 1 3,327 1 3,493 1 3,668 1 3,851 lAccount Technician II 1 29R 1 3,498 1 3,672 1 3,856 1 4,049 1 4,251 1 lAccountant 1 1 41 U 1 4,750 1 4,987 1 5,236 1 5,498 1 5,773 1 lAccountant 11 1 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 lAccounting Supervisor I 54U 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 lAdministrative Assistant 1 1 31 R 1 3,675 1 3,858 1 4,051 1 4,254 1 4,467 1 lAdministrative Assistant 11 1 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 lAssistant Building Official 1 61U 1 7,783 1 8,172 1 8,580 1 9,010 1 9,460 1 lAssistant City Clerk I 54U 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 lAssistant City Engineer 67D 1 9,664 1 10,147 1 10,654 1 11,187 1 11,746 1 lAssistant City Manager 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 lAssistant Community Development Director -Building Official 67D 1 9,664 1 10,147 1 10,654 1 11,187 1 11,746 1 lAssistant Engineer I 49U 1 5,787 1 6,076 1 6,380 1 6,699 1 7,034 1 lAssistant Finance Director' I 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 lAssistant Planner I 43U 1 4,990 1 5,240 1 5,501 1 5,777 1 6,065 1 lAssociate Engineer I 54U 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 lAssociate Planner I 49U 1 5,787 1 6,076 1 6,380 1 6,699 1 7,034 1 Billing Supervisor 49U 1 5,787 1 6,076 1 6,380 1 6,699 1 7,034 1 Building Inspector 1 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 Building Inspector 11 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 City Clerk 67E 1 9,664 1 10,147 1 10,654 1 11,187 1 11,746 1 12,333 City Engineer 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 City Manager 998 1 1 1 1 1 1 20,293 lCode Enforcement Officer 1 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 lCode Enforcement Officer 11 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 lCode Enforcement Supervisor 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 lCommunity Development Director 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 lCommunity Relations Analyst 1" 41U 1 4,750 1 4,987 1 5,236 1 5,498 1 5,773 1 lCommunity Relations Analyst 11 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 lCommunity Relations Manager 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 lCommunity Services Coordinator I 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 lCommunity Services Coordinator II 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 lCommunity Services Director 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 lCommunity Services Supervisor 49U 1 5,787 1 6,076 1 6,380 1 6,699 1 7,034 1 lCustomer Service Supervisor- 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Deputy City Clerk 1 41 U 1 4,750 1 4,987 1 5,236 1 5,498 1 5,773 1 Deputy City Clerk II 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 Engineering Technician I 38R 1 4,368 1 4,586 1 4,816 1 5,056 1 5,309 1 lEngineering Technician II 1 42R 1 4,821 1 5,062 1 5,316 1 5,581 1 5,860 1 lEnvironmental Program Coordinator 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 lEnvironmental Program Inspector 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 1 Executive Assistant 43U 1 4,990 1 5,240 1 5,501 1 5,777 1 6,065 1 lFacilities Maintenance Supervisor 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Finance Director 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 Finance Manager' 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 IGIS Analyst 1 1 41U 1 4,750 1 4,987 1 5,236 1 5,498 1 5,773 1 IGIS Analyst II 1 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 Human Resources Assistant 37U 1 4,303 1 4,518 1 4,744 1 4,981 1 5,230 1 Information Technology Manager 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 Information Technology Technician 42R 1 4,821 1 5,062 1 5,316 1 5,581 1 5,860 1 11-andscape Inspector I 1 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 11-andscape Inspector II 1 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 Maintenance and Operations Manager I 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 Maintenance Worker I I 26R 1 3,248 1 3,410 1 3,581 1 3,760 1 3,948 1 Maintenance Worker II 1 30R 1 3,585 1 3,764 1 3,952 1 4,150 1 4,358 1 Management Analyst 1 41 U 1 4,750 1 4,987 1 5,236 1 5,498 1 5,773 1 Management Analyst II 46U 1 5,374 1 5,642 1 5,924 1 6,221 1 6,532 1 im City of Chino Hills SALARY SCHEDULE BY TITLE Effective as of September 1, 2017 Personnel Classification Title Range Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Office Assistant I 25R 1 3,169 1 3,327 1 3,493 1 3,668 1 3,851 Parking Enforcement Officer 26R 1 3,248 1 3,410 1 3,581 1 3,760 1 3,948 1 Parks and Open Space Supervisor 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Payroll Technician 37U 1 4,303 1 4,518 1 4,744 1 4,981 1 5,230 1 Permit Technician 1 31 R 1 3,675 1 3,858 1 4,051 1 4,254 1 4,467 1 Permit Technician II 35R 1 4,056 1 4,259 1 4,472 1 4,695 1 4,930 1 Planning Manager 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 Planning Technician I 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 Planning Technician II 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 Public Information Officer 52U 1 6,232 1 6,543 1 6,871 1 7,214 1 7,575 1 Public Works Director 76E 1 12,010 1 12,610 1 13,241 1 13,903 1 14,598 1 15,328 Public Works Inspector I 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 Public Works Inspector 11 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 Public Works Inspection Supervisor 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Records Coordinator 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 Sanitation Supervisor I 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Senior Account Technician I 35R 1 4,056 1 4,259 1 4,472 1 4,695 1 4,930 1 ISenior Engineer 1 61U 1 7,783 1 8,172 1 8,580 1 9,010 1 9,460 1 Senior Human Resources Analyst I 55U 1 6,711 1 7,047 1 7,399 1 7,769 1 8,157 1 Senior Information Technology Analyst 52U 1 6,232 1 6,543 1 6,871 1 7,214 1 7,575 1 Senior Maintenance Worker 34R 1 3,957 1 4,155 1 4,363 1 4,581 1 4,810 1 Senior Management Analyst 52U 1 6,232 1 6,543 1 6,871 1 7,214 1 7,575 1 Senior Planner I 55U 1 6,711 1 7,047 1 7,399 1 7,769 1 8,157 1 Street Maintenance Supervisor I 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Water Use Efficiency Coordinator 1 40R 1 4,589 1 4,819 1 5,059 1 5,312 1 5,578 1 Video Production Technician I 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 Water Distribution Supervisor I 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 Water Production Supervisor I 54S 1 6,547 1 6,875 1 7,218 1 7,579 1 7,958 1 lWater Quality Technician I I 37R 1 4,261 1 4,474 1 4,698 1 4,933 1 5,180 1 lWater Quality Technician 11 1 44R 1 5,065 1 5,319 1 5,585 1 5,864 1 6,157 1 Water Sewer Manager I 63D 1 8,755 1 9,192 1 9,652 1 10,135 1 10,641 1 - Assistant Finance Director Name Change to Finance Manager Effective 11/14/17 - Customer Services Supervisor position eliminated replaced with additional GIS Analyst 1/II effective 1/31/18 Barciaininci Group MOU / Term Dates Chino Hills Supervisors Association 9/1/2015 - 8/31/2018 Supervisory Employees Unit San Bernardino Public Employees Association 9/1/2015 - 8/31/2018 General Employees Unit Confidential There is no MOU Professional There is no MOU Division Manager There is no MOU Executive Management There is no MOU City Manager 2/10/2014 - 2/9/2017 (Contract A14-030) 2/23/2016-2/29/2020 (Amendment A2014-03 Al) Uz -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 190 City of Chino Hills GLOSSARY OF BUDGET TERMS Appendices Appropriation - An authorization by the City Council to make expenditures and to incur obligations for a specific purpose within a specific time frame. Assessed Valuation - A dollar value placed on real estate or other property by San Bernardino County as a basis for levying property taxes. Audit — A review/inspection of the accounting records and procedures by an independent auditing firm for the purpose of verifying the accuracy and completeness of the records. Beginning/Ending (Unappropriated) Fund Balance - Unencumbered resources available in a fund from the prior/current fiscal year after payment of the prior/current fiscal year's expenditures. This is not necessarily cash on hand. Bond - A City may raise capital by issuing a written promise to pay a specific sum of money, called the face value or principal amount, at a specific date or dates in the future, together with periodic interest at a special rate. Budget - A fiscal plan of financial operation listing an estimate of proposed appropriations or expenditures and the proposed means of financing them for a particular time period. The budget is proposed until it has been approved by the City Council. Chino Hills' annual budget encompasses one fiscal year (July 1 through June 30.) Capital Improvement — Any value added activity or cost to a long-term or permanent asset that increases its value. Capital Improvement Program - A financial plan of proposed capital improvement projects with single and/or multiple -year capital expenditures/expenses. The Capital Improvement Program plans for five years and is updated annually. Capital Outlay - A budget appropriation category which budgets all equipment having an individual unit cost of more than $5,000 and an estimated useful life of over one year. Capital Projects — Acquisition or construction of capital facilities or infrastructure with a cost of $5,000 or more and a useful life of one year or more. Examples include a new park, building modifications or road construction. Debt Service - Payment of the principal and interest on an obligation resulting from the issuance of bonds, notes, or Certificates of Participation (COP's). Debt Service Requirements - The amount of money required to pay interest on outstanding debt and required contributions to accumulate monies for future retirement of term bonds. Deficit - An excess of expenditures or expenses over revenues (resources). Department - It is the basic unit of service responsibility encompassing a broad array of related activities. 191 City of Chino Hills Appendices Division - A subsection (or activity) within a department which furthers the objectives of the City Council by providing specific services. Encumbrances - A legal obligation to pay funds such as purchase orders, contracts, and other commitments for which the expenditure has not yet occurred. They cease to be encumbrances when the obligations are paid or otherwise terminated. Expense/Expenditure - The actual spending of funds set aside by an appropriation. Fiscal Year - A twelve-month period of time to which a budget applies. In Chino Hills, it is July 1 through June 30. Fund - An independent fiscal and accounting entity used to record all financial transactions related to the specific purpose for which the fund was created. Fund Balance - The amount of financial resources available for use. Generally, this represents the accumulation of all the annual operating surpluses and deficits since the fund's inception. It also represents the difference between assets and liabilities in the fund. General Fund - The primary fund of the City used to account for all revenues and expenditures of the City not legally restricted as to use. This fund is used to offset the cost of the City's general operations. All revenues which do not have to be placed in a separate fund are deposited in the general fund. All expenditures must be made pursuant to appropriations which lapse annually at the end of the fiscal year. General Obligation Bond - Bonds used for various purposes and repaid by the regular (usually via the General Fund) revenue raising powers of the City. Governmental Account Standards Board (GASB) — The ultimate authoritative accounting and financial reporting standard -setting body for State and local governments. Grant - Contributions, gifts or cash, or other assets from another governmental entity to be used or expended for a specific purpose, activity, or facility. An example is the Community Development Block Grant provided by the Federal Government. Interfund Transfers - Monies transferred from one fund to another. Such money is transferred to finance the operations of another fund or to reimburse the fund for certain expenditures. Internal Service Fund - An Internal Service Fund provides services to other City departments and bills the various other funds for services rendered, just as would private business. The City has two internal service funds; Equipment Maintenance Fund and Information Technology Fund. Materials, Supplies, and Services - Expenditures for materials, supplies, and services which are ordinarily consumed within a fiscal year and which are not included in departmental inventories. Municipal Code - A book that contains the City Council approved ordinances currently in effect. The Code defines City policy with respect to areas such as planning, etc. Objectives - The expected results or achievements of a budget activity. 192 City of Chino Hills Appendices Operating Budget - Annual appropriation of funds for ongoing program costs, including salaries and benefits, services and supplies, debt service, capital outlay and capital improvements. Operations and Maintenance - A section of the budget that addresses all the programs and day-to-day operating costs associated with the day-to-day operations of a division or a department. Ordinance - A formal legislative enactment by the City Council. It has the full force and effect of law within City boundaries unless pre-empted by a higher form of law. An Ordinance has a higher legal standing than a Resolution. Proprietary Funds — Funds that focus on the determination of operating income, changes in net assets (or cost recovery), financial position, and cash flows. There are two types of proprietary funds; enterprise funds (water and sewer utility fund) and internal service funds (Equipment Maintenance and Information Technology Funds). Reimbursement - Payment of amount remitted on behalf of another party, department, or fund. Reserve - An account used to record a portion of the fund balance as legally segregated for a specific use. A portion of the fund's net assets that is not available for appropriation. Resolution - A special order of the City Council which has a lower legal standing than an ordinance. Revenues - Amount received for taxes, fees, permits, licenses, interest, intergovernmental sources, and other sources during the fiscal year. Revenue Bonds - A type of bond usually issued to construct facilities. The bonds are repaid from the revenue produced by the operation of these facilities. Salaries and Benefits - A budget category which generally accounts for full-time and temporary employees, overtime expenses, and all employee benefits, such as medical, dental, and retirement. Special Revenue Funds - This fund type collects revenues that are restricted by the City, State, or Federal Government as to how the City might spend them. Gas Tax Fund and Grant Funds are common examples of Special Revenue Funds. 193 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 194 City of Chino Hills Appendices ANNUAL BOND DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS BY SOURCE SOURCE FY2015/16 FY2016/17 FY2017/18 FY2018/19 OF FUNDING ACTUAL ACTUAL ADOPTED ADOPTED GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT FUND 2007 Certificates of Participation CFD1, CFD2, CFD4 Principal - Pay Off CFD5, CFD6, CFD8 $ 14,175,000 $ $ $ Principal 555,000 - Interest 361,195 - - Fiscal Agent 2,750 - - TOTAL GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT FUND $ 15,093,945 $ - $ - $ - RE -ASSESSMENT DISCTRICT FUND Re -Assessment District 10-1 RAD 10-1 Principal $ 270,000 $ 280,000 $ 290,000 $ 240,000 Bond Call 20,000 305,000 - - Interest 96,447 79,594 72,300 39,100 Bond Premium 200 - - - Fiscal Agent 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,300 TOTAL RE -ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUND $ 388,847 $ 666,794 $ 364,500 $ 281,400 COMMUNITIES FACILITY DISTRICT FUNDS 2006 (Series B) Community Facilities District CFD1, CFD2, CFD4' Bond Program CFD5, CFD6, CFD8' Principal $ 3,460,000 $ 2,620,000 $ 2,645,000 $ 2,395,000 Bond Call - 220,000 - - Interest 971,981 851,684 743,500 642,700 Fiscal Agent 8,525 6,765 6,800 7,000 Subtotal $ 4,440,506 $ 3,698,449 $ 3,395,300 $ 3,044,700 2010 Community Facilities District CFD10 No. 10 Special Tax Refunding Bonds Principal $ 435,000 $ 495,000 $ 530,000 $ 550,000 Interest 447,525 432,506 415,900 397,700 Fiscal Agent 2,795 2,750 2,800 2,900 Subtotal $ 885,320 $ 930,256 $ 948,700 $ 950,600 2011 Community Facilities District CFD9 No. 9 Special Tax Refunding Bonds Principal $ 445,000 $ 475,000 $ 505,000 $ 540,000 Interest 129,041 112,922 94,300 72,700 Fiscal Agent 2,750 2,750 2,800 2,900 Subtotal $ 576,791 $ 590,672 $ 602,100 $ 615,600 2015 (Series C) Community Facilities District CFD 2, CFD5 Chino Hills Financing Authority Revenue Bonds Principal $ - $ 525,000 $ 465,000 $ 500,000 Interest 157,040 429,631 417,400 402,900 Fiscal Agent - 2,500 2,500 3,000 Subtotal $ 157,040 $ 957,131 $ 884,900 $ 905,900 TOTAL COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT FUNDS $ 6,059,657 $ 6,176,508 $ 5,831,000 $ 5,516,800 WATER FUND 2012 Water Revenue Bonds Water Fund Principal $ 1,735,000 $ 1,790,000 $ 1,860,000 $ 905,000 Interest 485,450 450,750 379,200 304,800 Fiscal Agent 2,795 2,780 2,800 3,000 TOTAL WATER FUND $ 2,223,245 $ 2,243,530 $ 2,242,000 $ 1,212,800 - CFD4 & CFD8 Paid in full FY16/17 195 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 196 City of Chino Hills VEHICLE / EQUIPMENT LISTING Appendices CITY MANAGER CODE ENFORCE 5042 2004 FORD GRANGER EX -CAB PICK-UP CITY MANAGER CODE ENFORCE 5043 2004 FORD RANGER EX -CAB PICK-UP CITY MANAGER CODE ENFORCE 5093 2009 FORD RANGER EX -CAB PICK-UP CITY MANAGER EOC 20965 1 1989 1 CHEVY ISTEP SIDE VAN CITY MANAGER TOTAL 4 1 1 1 COMM DEV BLDG. INSPECT 5022 1 2002 1 FORD I RANGER PICK-UP COMM DEV BLDG. INSPECT 8028S 1 2002 1 FORD I FORD RANGER PICK-UP COMM DEV BLDG. INSPECT 6160 1 2016 1 GMC 116 GMC TERRAIN SLE AWD COMM DEV TOTAL 3 1 1 1 COMM SVC RECREATION 5006 1 2000 1 FORD I RANGER PICK-UP COMM SVC RECREATION 7101 1 2010 1 FORD IE350 12 PASS. VAN COMM SVC RECREATION 7130 1 2013 1 GMC 18 PASSENGER VAN COMM SVC RECREATION 8027 1 2002 1 CENTURY ISHOWTRAILER COMM SVC RECREATION 8030 1 2003 1 APACHE ISTAKE BED TRAILER COMM SVC RECREATION 8093 1 2009 1 CLUB CAR JUTILITY CART McCOYS COMM SVC RECREATION 8094 1 2009 1 CLUB CAR JUTILITY CART GOV'T CTR COMM SVC RECREATION 9090 1 2009 1 FORD IMOBIL REC VAN COMM SVC TOTAL 8 1 1 1 ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 5180 1 2018 1 CHEVY 14X4 EX -CAB PICK-UP ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 5053 1 2005 1 FORD F150 EX -CAB PICK-UP 4X4 ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 5091 1 2009 1 FORD F150 4X4 EX -CAB PICK-UP ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 6051 1 2005 1 FORD 1EXPLORER ENGINEERING TOTAL 4 1 1 1 PUBLIC WORKS ADMIN 5061 1 2006 1 CHEVY 12500 GRAFFITI TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS ADMIN 6060 1 2006 1 FORD JESCAPE 4X4 HYBRID PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT 5001 1 2000 1 FORD IF150 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT 1 50610 1 2005 1 GMC 12500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 5092 1 2009 1 FORD IF250 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 5160 1 2016 1 GMC ISIERRA PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 5981 1 1998 1 FORD ITAURUS PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 6021 1 2002 1 TOYOTA IPRIUS PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 6071 1 2007 1 FORD 1EXPLORER PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 8011 1 2001 1 EZ GO I GOLF CART -CITY YARD PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 9071 1 2007 1 AUTO CAR ISHOW TRAIL TRUCK CNG PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES 1 50612 1 2006 1 FORD F250 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5041 1 2004 1 FORD RANGER EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5083 1 2008 1 FORD F250 4X4 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5056 1 2005 1 FORD F250 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5023 1 2002 1 FORD F150 PICK-UP 4X4 PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5031 1 2003 1 FORD F350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5032 1 2003 1 FORD F150 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 5065 1 2006 1 GMC ICANYON EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 7111 1 2011 1 FORD IE350 12 PASS. VAN PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8140 1 2014 1 JOHN DEERE IBALL FIELD DRAG - BUNKER RAKE PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8062 1 2006 1 BANDIT ICHIPPER MODEL 250 PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8065 1 2006 1 JOHN DEERE I FIELD DRAG PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8070 1 2007 1 AZTEX ITRAILER PORTA-POTTY PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8071 1 2007 1 AZTEX ITRAILER PORTA-POTTY 197 City of Chino Hills VEHICLE / EQUIPMENT LISTING Appendices PUBLIC WORKS I P&L 1 8091 1 2009 1 JOHN DEERE FUTILITY CART PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 8092 1 2009 1 CLUB CAR I UTILITY CART COM. PARK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9052 1 2005 1 NEW HOLLAND ITRACTOR PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9060 1 2006 1 FREIGHTLINER I BRUSH TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9091 1 2009 1 FORD IF650 DUMP TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9093 1 2009 1 JOHN DEERE 14520 TRACTOR PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9111 1 2011 1 JOHN DEERE 15101 E TRACTOR PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9120 1 2012 1 JOHN DEERE 17430 TRACTOR PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 9160 1 2016 1 FORD I FORD F-550 FLAT BED SPRAY RIG PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 34947 1 1995 1 HONDA Isprayer PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 34945 1 1990 1 BIG VALLEY IDISC PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 49954 1 1990 1 PORNOBOST I RED TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 50511 1 2005 1 FORD I RANGER EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 50512 1 2005 1 FORD IEX-CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS P&L 1 50611 1 2006 1 GMC 12500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5050 1 2005 1 FORD IF150 EX -CAB PICK-UP 4X4 PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5068 1 2006 1 GMC 12500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5069 1 2006 1 GMC 12500 4X4 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5090 1 2009 1 FORD IF150 4X4 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5110 1 2011 1 FORD I F450 TV BOX TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5130 1 2013 1 GMC 12500 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5161 1 2016 1 GMC ISIERRA 2500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 5170 1 2017 1 GMC ISIERRA 4X4 EXT CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 1 8040 1 2004 1 GOODWIN ICF150M6" PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 9041S 1 2004 1 STERLING IVACTOR PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 9083 1 2008 1 PETERBILT IJET RODDER TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 9150 1 2015 1 STERLING IVACTOR TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION 34937 1 1990 1 CUSTOM IHAZ MAT TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS SPLIT 9063 1 2006 1 CATERPILLAR 1924G HIGH LOADER PUBLIC WORKS SPLIT 9084 1 2008 1 PETERBILT 110 WHEEL DUMP TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS SPLIT 4071 1 2007 1 ROCK TOUGH 1 16' RIP RAP ROCK/DEBRIS SCREEN PUBLIC WORKS STORM DRAIN 1 5044 1 2004 1 FORD I RANGER PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS STORM DRAIN 1 5021 1 2002 1 FORD I RANGER PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5013 1 2001 1 FORD IF250 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5052 1 2005 1 FORD IF150 EX -CAB PICK-UP 4X4 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5057 1 2005 1 FORD IF150 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5067 1 2006 1 GMC 12500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5080 1 2008 1 FORD IF350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5081 1 2008 1 FORD IF350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 5082 1 2008 1 FORD IF350 STENCIL PAINT TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8031 1 2003 1 INGERSOLL ICOMPRESSOR 185 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8051 1 2005 1 ZIEMAN 12660 EQUIP TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8052 1 2004 1 FEATHERLITE ITRAILER MODEL 1683 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8064 1 2006 1 JLG I LIFT TRAILER UT610 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8076 1 2007 1 WANCO IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8080 1 2008 1 WANCO IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8081 1 2008 1 WANCO IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8082 1 2008 1 WANCO IMESSAGE BOARD im City of Chino Hills VEHICLE / EQUIPMENT LISTING Appendices PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8085 1 2008 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8086 1 2008 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8087 1 2008 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8095 1 2009 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8096 1 2009 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8097 1 2009 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8141 1 2014 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8142 1 2014 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8152 1 2015 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8153 1 2015 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8154 1 2015 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8155 1 2015 1 IDC ISPEED CONTROL SIGN 1520 PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8170 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8171 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8172 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8173 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8174 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8175 1 2017 1 AMSIG IMESSAGE BOARD PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 9033 1 2003 1 GMC JASPHALT PATCH TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 9051 1 2005 1 CHEVY JAERIAL TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 9073 1 2007 1 INGERSOLL IRAND DD-16 ROLLER PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 9080 1 2008 1 FREIGHTLINER I DUMP TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 9140 1 2014 1 CATERPILLAR ISKID STEER LOADER PUBLIC WORKS STREETS 1 8098 1 2009 bELTA DANISH ELdRetrosign-GR3 Retroreflectometer PUBLIC WORKS SS Ticketing 5026S 2002 FORD RANGER PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS SS Ticketing 5027 2002 FORD RANGER PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER - ADMIN 6072 1 2007 1 FORD JESCAPE 4X4 HYBRID PUBLIC WORKS WATER - ADMIN 8060 1 2006 1 AZTEX I ENCLOSED TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - CS 6070 1 2007 1 DODGE ICARAVAN PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5055 1 2005 1 FORD I F350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5062 1 2006 1 FORD I F350 STAKE BED W/LIFT GATE PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5063 1 2006 1 FORD I F350 STAKE BED W/DUMP PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5064 1 2006 1 FORD I F350 DUMP TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5066 1 2006 1 GMC 13500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5120 1 2012 1 CHEVY 11500 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5122 1 2012 1 CHEVY 11500 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5131 1 2013 1 GMC 13500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 5132 1 2013 1 GMC 13500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 8021 1 2002 1 INGERSOLL ICOMPRESSOR 185 PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 8050 1 2005 1 ZIEMAN 12660 EQUIP TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 8083 1 2008 1 INGERSOLL I LIGHT TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 8084 1 2008 1 INGERSOLL I LIGHT TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 8101 1 2010 JAZ TRAILER SPECIEMERGENCY WATER TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 8102 1 2010 JAZ TRAILER SPECIEMERGENCY WATER TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9050 1 2005 1 CASE IBACKHOE 590 SUPER M PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9061 1 2006 1 FREIGHTLINER IDUMPTRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9081 1 2008 1 INTERNATIONAL HYDRO EXCAVATOR PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9092 1 2009 1 GEHL FORK/BOOM LIFT RSD-19 199 -- A* Chino Hills This page intentionally left blank. 200 City of Chino Hills VEHICLE / EQUIPMENT LISTING Appendices PUBLIC WORKS I WATER - DIST. 1 9121 1 2012 1 CATERPILLAR 1914G LOADER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9130 1 2013 1 CASE IBACKHOE 590 SUPER N PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 9131 1 2013 1 FORD I F750 LEAK TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 34920 1 1990 1 ZIEMAN 11150 TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 34921 1 1990 1 ZIEMAN 11150 TRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 34932 1 1990 1 DICO ITRAILER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - DIST. 1 34943 1 1990 1 CANOGA ICEMENT MIXER PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 5101 1 2010 1 FORD IF350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 5133 1 2013 1 GMC 13500 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 5134 1 2013 1 FORD IF150 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 6022 1 2002 1 TOYOTA IPRIUS PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 9032 1 2003 1 FORD F450 VALVE TURNING TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER - METER 1 50510 1 2005 1 FORD RANGER PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 5030S 1 2003 1 FORD IF150 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 5084 1 2008 1 FORD IF250 PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 5094 1 2009 1 FORD IF350 SERVICE TRUCK PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 5102 1 2010 1 FORD IF150 4X4 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 5121 1 2012 1 CHEVY 11500 EX -CAB PICK-UP PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 6050 1 2005 1 FORD I FREE STAR VAN PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 8090 1 2009 1 MILLER WELDER/GENERATOR PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 8120 1 2012 1 CATERPILLAR IGENERATOR PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 8150 1 2014 1 CATERPILLAR IGENERATOR PUBLIC WORKS WATER -PROD 8151 1 2014 1 CATERPILLAR IGENERATOR PUBLIC WORKS TOTAL 1 144 1 1 1 GRAND TOTAL 1 163 1 1 1 201