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1995-1996 Adopted BudgetANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-1996 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA CITY OF CHINO HILLS CITY COUNCIL Michael G. Wickman, Mayor Ed Graham, Mayor Pro Tem Gwenn Norton -Perry, Council Member James S. Thalman, Council Member ' Gary G. Larson, Council Member CITY MANAGER Robert L. Van Nort CITY ATTORNEY Thomas C. Wood CITY CLERK Linda D. Ruth DEPARTMENT HEADS Chris A. Vogt, Director of Public Works/City Engineer Bruce A. Coleman, Community Development Director John Greenhut, Parks and Landscape Director Denise C. Cattern, Community Services Manager Stan McCartney, Finance Director/City Treasurer This page intentionally left blank. TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 BUDGET PRESENTATION DOCUMENT AND SUMMARIES City Manager's Transmittal.............................................................. vii City of Chino Hills Graphs Total City Revenues - 1995-96 ........... .......................................... xii Total City Expenditures - 1995-96................................................... xiii General Fund Revenues - 1995-96 .................................................. General Fund Expenditures - 1995-96 xiv ................................................ xv General Budget Summary for Fiscal Year 1995-96 - Summary of Resources, Use of Resources, and Appropriation Limitation ...................... A-1 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances .............................................. A-2 Summary of Revenue by Fund ..................................................... Summary of Appropriations by Program A-5 ............................................... A-17 Summary of Appropriaitons by Fund ................................................. A-19 Summary of Appropriations by Fund: Expenditure Type Summary ............................ A-23 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title ...................................... A-27 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Element Object Title ...................................... A-31 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Department/Division...................................... A-33 Summary of Budgeted Regular Full -Time Positions ...................................... A-35 - Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions ................................................. A-36 SECTION II CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL GENERAL GOVERNMENT CityCouncil................................................................... B-1 City Manager.................................................................. C-1 CityClerk..................................................................... D-1 CityAttorney................................................................... E-1 Finance...................................................................... F-1 Risk Management ................. ............................................ G-1 Non-Departmental............................................................... H-1 _ Law Enforcement .............................................................. I-1 FireProtection........................................................... ..... J-1 IV SECTION II CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Community Development......................................................... K-1 CDBG....................................................................... K-9 PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Administration................................................... ... L-1 Roads....................................................................... L-9 Street Sweeping................................................................ L-17 Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance................................................... L-23 WaterUtility ............................................................ ...... L-27 Sewer Utility .................................... L-39 .......................... Storm Channel Maintenance ........................ . .. ........................... L-47 Solid/Hazardous Waste........................................................... L-53 Air Quality Project ........... ........ ........................................... L-57 Animal Control................................................................... L-61 Equipment Maintenance ......................................................... L-65 Facilities Maintenance............................................................ L-69 COMMUNITY SERVICES Community Services Administration .. ................................................ M-1 Recreation (Non -Fee) ........................................................... M-7 Recreation (Fee)................................................................ M-15 Emergency Preparedness......................................................... M-21 PARKS AND LANDSCAPE Parks and Landscape Administration ......................... . ....................... N-1 General Maintenance............................................................ N-13 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS Administration and Debt Service .................................................... 0-1 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS Administration and Debt Service .................................................... P-1 v SECTION II CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL DEVELOPMENT FEE Development Fee Program........................................................ Q-1 MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS Miscellaneous Programs.......................................................... R-1 SECTION III CAPITAL PROJECTS Capital Improvement Program ...................................................... S-1 Funding Summary, Capital Improvement Program 1995-96................................. S-3 Capital Projects, Appropriation Detail 1995-96.......................................... S-9 Capital Improvement Program Project Summaries Fiscal Year 1995-96 ........................ S-15 vi This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS 2001 GRAND AVENUE CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA 91709-4869 (909) 590-1511 • (909) 590-5646 FAX "I 1 Y OF CHINO IIILI S HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL: INTRODUCTION It is my pleasure to present to the City Council the 1995-96 fiscal year budget. As has been the case since incorporation, the City has been able to prepare a General Fund budget which is balanced without dipping into the General Fund reserves or implementing any new taxes or fees. Furthermore, a major reduction in the development fees was accomplished in the 1994-95 fiscal year which is intended to spark significant commercial development within Chino Hills, and to lower the cost of housing in the City. The purpose of this document is to focus on revenues and expenditures which have been included in the fiscal year 1995-96 budget. While the State budget has still yet to be defined, the City's proactive approach and realistic perspective on the City's budget process has been carried through to the 1995-96 budget and will lay the foundation for the future. The total budget for the new fiscal year is $81,885,300 (excluding $1,835,300 of depreciation and amortization expense), which is about 5 percent less than last year's revised budget of $86,226,790. The 1995-96 General Fund portion of the total budget is $11,132,400, which is about $1.9 million (or 20 percent) higher than the 1994-95 revised budget of $9,265,600. The 1995-96 budget also includes the Landscape and Lighting District budget of $9,951,900 (a 6 percent decrease from the prior year) and the Water and Sewer Utilities budgets (excluding depreciation and amortization expense but including capital outlay) of $9,366,700 and 2,690,500 respectively. Detailed explanations of these budget programs, as well as other City programs, are included in each program (department/division) section of this budget document. CITY COUNCIL ED M GRAHAM GARY G. LARSON GWENN E. NORTON-PERRY vil LAMES S. THALMAN MICHAEL G WICKMAN June 28,1995 FINANCIAL AND REVENUE OUTLOOK The Southern California economy is beginning to improve. Both the UCLA Business Forecasting Project and First Interstate Bank's recent economic update, are predicting continuing improvement in the area's economy. One of the clouds in the near future is whether or not the Federal Reserve Board will achieve its touted "soft landing" for the economy. At this time, most economists are predicting that it will happen. However, economists have very rarely been accurate in predicting when a recession will occur and its severity. Another cloud on the horizon is the possible effect the decline in the value of the dollar will have on the economy. The dollar's decline will force up the costs of imports; this will allow domestic manufactures to increase their prices. This, obviously, will spur inflation which may cause the Federal Reserve Board to raise short term interest rates. How this will affect long term interest rates, such as home mortgage interest rates, is unknown, since the market sets these rates. However, since Chino Hills is a current "hot spot" for building in spite of the recent increase in long term rates, it is forecasted that the building activity will continue into the 1995-96 fiscal year but at a lesser pace than in 1994-95. This pace translates into an estimated 500 residential units for the new fiscal year, about 100 less units than the 600 predicted for last fiscal year. Relying on the above, it is forecasted that property -based tax revenue will increase to $1,343,200 from $1,232,700 budgeted in 1994-95. This increase is based on the combination of the net re-evaluation assessments (caused by property turnovers, negotiated tax agreements with the County, and the normal fixed 2 percent increase) and newly constructed residential units' assessments. viii Another major General Fund revenue source is the residential construction fee revenue. The Community Development and Public Works departments expect to collect a total of $1,673,200 in fees for permits, plan reviews, and inspections for 1995-96, a decrease of $158,600 (or about 9 percent) from the 1994-95 estimate of $1,831,800. This is based on the 500 residential units which is expected to be issued in this fiscal year. The State Motor Vehicles in Lieu fee, a primary source of City General Fund revenue, is expected to increase modestly in the new fiscal year. The amount estimated to be received from the State subvention is $1,736,000, an increase of $36,000 (or 2%) from the $1.7 million that was budgeted in 1994-95. A caveat: the State has been eyeing this revenue for several years to help it balance its budget. In the past, talk has been heard that $100 million would be shifted from the cities; the effect on Chino Hills if this shift would occur, would be a decrease of about $200,000 in this revenue source. However, it is unknown at this time if this revenue shift is being seriously contemplated. Another major General Fund revenue source to be discussed is sales tax. This revenue source is expected to generate about $1,055,700 in revenues for the City this fiscal year. This is an increase of $55,700 (about 6%) over last year's forecast of $1 million. The expected increase would have been greater but the City lost two major retailers (Alpha Beta and Thrifty Drugs) in 1994-95 and at this time, it is not expected that new retail tenants will fill this void in the near future, Another caveat: two current bills are being considered by the legislature that would change the method of allocating sales tax on leased vehicles. Currently, this sales tax is placed in a county pool and is allocated to all of the cities in the county; it is proposed to allocate this sales tax directly to the city in which the lease would occur. Since Chino Hills does not have any auto dealerships, the City could lose almost $14,000 annually if these bills are passed. The final significant General Fund revenue source that is being discussed is the Administrative Overhead Charges account. This revenue source is from charges to other funds by the General Fund for overhead costs allocated to these funds. The overhead costs are for services performed by City general administrative offices (City Council, City Manager, City Clerk, City Attorney, Finance, and Risk Management) as well as the Public Works and Community Development Departments. The increase in revenue results from a change in methodology for charging for these overhead costs. The methodology change, which occurred in mid-term 1994-95, is discussed later in the General Fund Summary section of this budget message. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS A brief overview of certain programs is being presented below. For a complete discussion of each department's or division's activity, refer to the program commentary that is included within each budget section. These program commentaries contain descriptions of basic functions, program highlights, and other budgetary information. General Fund Summary The General Fund budget for the 1995-96 fiscal year is $11,132,400, an increase of $1,866,800 (or about 20 percent) over the previous year's revised budget of $9,265,600. This increase is the net result of increases caused by inflationary pressures on costs and a change in methodology for allocating administrative costs. As previously mentioned in the revenue section on the Administrative Overhead charges, a change in methodology was made in the previous fiscal year for charging overhead costs to the various funds which benefit from the General Fund administrative services. The General Fund budget was revised in 1994-95 based on this change in methodology. In prior years, the methodology for charging overhead costs was that the salary and fringe benefits as well as certain operating costs were directly allocated to the funds that were receiving the benefit of these administrative services. Such "receiving" funds included Gas Tax and Measure I funds, utility funds, and assessment district and development fee funds. For example, portions of the salary and fringe benefits of the employees in the offices of the City Manager, City Clerk, Finance and Public Works Administration were allocated to these various funds. As a result of this methodology, it was difficult to get a clear picture on the total costs of these administrative operations. However, it was determined that it would be more beneficial for analysis and decision -making purposes to consolidate the various administrative costs within their respective functions, rather than to have the costs directly allocated over several funds and activities. Additionally, in order to receive reimbursement for these administrative services, an administrative overhead cost will be charged to these various funds and activities. The effect that this change in methodology has on the 1995-96 budget is that significant increases are being reported in the following activities: City Manager, City Clerk, Finance, and Public Works Administration. The significant increase is caused by the consolidation of the salary and fringe benefit costs and other operating costs within these administrative activities. Activitv Consolidations Three other activities in which expenditures were consolidated were the Facilities Maintenance, Equipment Maintenance, and the Risk Management activities. Expenditures for the City's insurance program, utilities, and Civic Center land maintenance, along with vehicle fuel and maintenance, which in past fiscal years were budgeted in the Non - Departmental activity, are being budgeted within their respective facility or vehicle maintenance divisions, or the risk management activity. The consolidation of these expenditures will allow a more accurate analysis and comparison of the cost of maintaining the City's fleet of vehicles, its City-wide facilities, and its insurance program. Sheriffs Contract The proposed program for police services, as provided by contract with the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department, includes a new Community Services Officer Position. By adding this position , the City will be able to enhance its proactive approach to crime prevention, emergency preparedness, and community oriented police activities. The total recommended budget for the Sheriffs contract is $2,846,215, which includes the cost of the new position as well as new capital outlay costs and operating cost increases. The prior year's contract cost was $2,611,468, or $234,747 less than the new recommended contract. A detailed explanation of the cost increase is contained within the Law Enforcement section of this budget document. ix Another police service program area that should receive immediate and close attention is traffic control. This need has arisen due to the growth in the area, the use of City streets as regional arterials by non - City residents, and the use of City streets as bypass routes due to the construction of Highway 71. It is recommended that if the City is successful in receiving the "C.O.P.S. More" grant to bolster community based policing, a current Sheriffs unit be deployed as a traffic unit. In March 1995, the City applied for the "C.O.P.S. More" grant, which is a grant established by the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. Communitv Development The Community Development Department embarked on an ambitious program in the 1994-95 fiscal year to pursue retail economic development within the City. The program for this department for the new fiscal year reflects a continuation of this aggressive pursuit of retail development. Two of the principle objectives that will be pursued to meet this development goal are the study of the feasibility of establishing a redevelopment agency and the aggressive marketing of the City as a desirable place in which to conduct retail business. Communitv Services This Department's main focus is that the various recreation programs offered will continue to be expanded to meet the needs of the community, especially in the Tiny Tots and Kids Klub Day Camp program. In the past fiscal year, the classes and programs offered for all recreation services increased by 87 percent. Due to the increasing interest in the City's recreation programs, the Department staff will be seeking additional sites for these programs as well as identifying the future needs for facilities and the City's alternatives in supplying the needs for these facilities. Public Works This Department's program includes design and construction of 10 street related projects, 2 traffic signal projects, 9 water facilities projects, 2 drainage projects, and one road landscaping project. A X detailed explanation of these projects may be seen in the Capital Projects section. Besides these projects, the Department is continuing with its annual slurry seal program which is financed by the City's Measure I funds allocation. The budgets for the capital projects and slurry seal program amount to $6,996,000 and $360,000, respectively. Another objective the Public Works Department is pursuing is the completion of a water rate analysis. The Department intends to present to the City Council and Public Works Commission, this summer, its analysis of the water rates and any rate modification that may be required as a result of the analysis. One of the foundation elements of the analysis is the Water Utility budget which is part of this budget document. Upon adoption of the 1995-96 budget, the Department will complete its analysis based on the approved budget. Parks and Landscape This Department's activities includes the responsibility to design and construct 18 parks and landscape facilities projects included in the Capital Projects section of the budget. The budget for these projects equals $2,649,000 and is financed primarily by Landscape and Lighting District reserves. The principle project is the construction of the Grand Avenue Park, for which a budget of $1,400,000 is being recommended. For the second year in a row, most parcel assessments that are collected to finance this program will either decrease or remain the same from the prior year. The engineer's report that was presented to the City Council in May recommended that assessments be decreased for over 10,000 parcels for this fiscal year. Additionally, two district zones were combined to increase efficiency and reduce assessments. INCREASE IN BUDGETED POSITIONS A net increase of three budgeted positions is included in the 1995-96 budget. This brings the total City-wide budgeted positions to 99 from the previously revised budget of 96 positions. The additional positions include: an Assistant Public Works Engineer and an Administrative Analyst I in Public Works Administration; a Senior Maintenance Worker and a Maintenance Worker II position in the Water Utility, which are offset by the elimination of the two Water Meter Reader positions; and in the Parks and Landscape Department, an increase of one Administrative Analyst I position, one Senior Landscape Specialist position, and two Senior Maintenance Worker positions, and deletion of a Planner I position and two Maintenance Worker II positions. For further information about the total City-wide budgeted positions and the additional positions included in this budget, refer to the Summary section of this budget document as well as the narratives included with the individual budget detail for each of the above -mentioned departments or divisions. DEVELOPMENT OF THE 1995-96 BUDGET DOCUMENT The budget format for the new fiscal year has been modified from previous editions. The modifications, as outlined below, are: The length of the budget message has been decreased as the discussion of each activity is contained in the narrative portion (entitled Program Commentary) within each department/division budget section. A Summary Section is included that is based on a building block approach in reporting revenues, expenditures, and fund balances: - the first summary schedule shows total combined City revenues, expenditures, and fund balances reported in broad - based categories; - the second summary schedule (a two page schedule) shows the total revenue, expenditures, and fund balances by fund; - the third summary schedule reports revenues by fund and includes subcategories of major revenue types; - the next three schedules report expenditures in three ways: • by program type; * by fund; and * by expenditure type; - the seventh summary schedule lists the combined expenditures for all expenditure types for all combined funds; - the final two summary schedules report personnel information in two modes: • requested changes in personnel listed by department; and ' all positions listed by position type and number of positions within each type. A Detail Section is provided that reports expenditure information for each department and division, and includes: - a summary of expenditures by expenditure type, funding sources, and total positions; - a narrative section entitled Program Commentary which includes a discussion of basic functions, program highlights, net budget and staff changes, significant changes in expenditure line items, significant items of capital outlay, and a description of funding sources; - a schedule which reports personnel expenditure categories and the type and number of positions within the department or division; and - a listing of services, supplies, and capital outlay expenditure amounts by their element object number and title. • A Capital Projects section is included which has as components a summary page, a program commentary, two project summary schedules (a listing of projects by funding sources and a listing of projects by project type), and a two -page form set for each project which gives a detail description of each project. Another budget development is the formation of an Equipment Maintenance Fund and an Equipment Maintenance Division which is included within the Public Works Department. There are two principle purposes for establishing this fund and division: • To consolidate vehicle maintenance costs within one activity and to reimburse the cost of this activity through vehicle rental fees that will be charged to the using departments/divisions; and To establish a reserve for equipment replacement that will be funded via the cash generated from the depreciation expense component of the vehicle rental fees. By establishing an equipment replacement fund and by including an annual inflation adjustment factor with the vehicle depreciation expense XI component of the vehicle rental fee, the City will have a mechanism to ensure that, over time, sufficient funds will be accumulated to replace individual units of the City's fleet of vehicles. This program activity is somewhat common and is used by a number of municipalities. APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT The appropriations limit for the 1995-96 fiscal year adopted by the City Council is $8,247,761. CONCLUSION The annual municipal budget adopted by the City Council reflects the approved types and levels of municipal services and the manner in which those services are to be delivered. The budget also sets forth the revenue sources and the anticipated revenue levels which will be necessary to fund the approved expenditures The budget format has significantly changed from last year in an attempt to simplify and streamline the document. This document is intended to complete the transition from a County budget format to a municipal budget format. However, budget document formats are not static but are constantly evolving to meet the needs of the citizens and their elected officials in implementing the goals of an evolving city. The document before the Council is a starting point — a building block for the City's future. With this document, the Council can assess where the City stands financially in the present and chart a course for future growth. An honest evaluation of present circumstances leads to the inescapable conclusion that, while the City is currently healthy, maintaining fiscal well being may depend upon the community's willingness to accept and develop an aggressive economic development program. I feel confident that we can meet this challenge. Respectfully Submitted, BERT L. VAN RT, City Manager "" City of Chino Hills 1995-96 Total City Revenues Revenue from Agencies Development Feesg 1 % 5.6% $6,957,800 $4,271,500 Taxes and Assessments Interfund Transfers - 25 8% 25.9% $19,857,800 $19,740,500 „�"��lMllli Other Revenue Money and Property Use 2.0% 4.5% $1,532,000 Charges for Services $3,431,800 27.1 % $20,717,100 City of Chino Hills 9 995-96 Total City Expenditures Human and Leisure 1.1% $939,200 Community Development 42.0% $34,378,700 Capital Projects 11.8% $9,645,000 ........................ ....... Public Safety 4.1 % $3,319,800 General Government 3.6% $2,946,600 Public Works 37.4% $30,656,000 xui Xiv City of Chino Hills 1995-96 General Fund Revenues Charges for Services Licenses and Permits 3.5% 11.7% $392,300 $1,299,200 - L Other Revenue 1.7% $190,100 NO j 14 Taxes and Assessments 27.7% $3,087,800 Revenue from Agencies 15.6% $1,736,900 'i 1'• to77 Money and Property Use 7.1 % $790,400 Cost Reimbursements 24.8% Interfund Transfers $2,761,200 7.9% $874,500 Gen $2,946,600 City of Chino Hills XV 1995-96 General Fund Expenditures - Human and Leisure 3.4% $374,900 Public Safety 29.8% $3,319,800 Community Development 14.1% $1,567,100 $Z,9Z4,000 XVl This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Resources, Uses of Resources, and Appropriation Limitation RESOURCES Beginning Fund Balances 61,106,100 Estimated Revenues: Property Taxes 1,490,900 Assessments 16,514,600 Sales Taxes 1,055,700 Other Taxes 679,300 Licenses and Permits 1,299,200 Fines and Penalties 187,100 Revenue from Use of Money & Property 3,431,800 Revenue from Other Agencies 4,271,500 Charges for Current Services and Cost Reimbursements 20,717,100 Development Fees 6,957,800 Other Revenues 45,700 Interfund Transfers 19,857,800 Less: Interfund Transfers and Transactions (24,104,700) Total Estimated Revenues 52,403,800 TOTAL RESOURCES 113,509,900 USES OF RESOURCES A-1 Appropriations: General Government 2,946,600 Public Safety 3,319,800 Public Works Administration and Operations 5,772,000 Water Utility' 9,366,700 Sewer Utility ` 2,690,500 Solid Waste 2,874,900 Parks and Landscape -9,951,900 Community Development 34,378,700 Human & Leisure 939,200 Less: Interfund Transfers and Transactions (24,104,700) Total Department Expenditures 48,135,600 Capital Projects 9,645,000 Total Appropriations 57,780,600 Ending Fund Balance 55,729,300 TOTAL USES OF RESOURCES 113,509,900 APPROPRIATION LIMITATION ACCORDING TO ARTICLE XIIIB OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION: Appropriation Limitation Appropriations subject to the limitation t Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense City of Chino Hills 8,247,761 4,622,864 a (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-2 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances Beginning Revenues Fund Operating Transfers from Fund Title Balance + Revenues + Other Funds GENERAL FUND 6,800,000 10,257,900 874,500 SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Recreation Fund 96,100 564,300 0 Gas Tax Fund 151,200 936,000 14,000 Measure I Fund 30,000 396,500 0 Air Quality Improvement Fund 35,900 60,600 0 Solid Waste Fund 0 2,830,000 0 Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District Funds 12,232,900 6,463,100 1,356,700 Development Fee Funds 7,346,200 7,355,100 0 Community Development Block Grant Fund 0 773,000 0 Capital Projects Funds 6,035,100 1,651,800 6,520,000 Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds 4,181,600 874,300 1,014,500 ENTERPRISE FUNDS Water Fund * 3,812,400 8,610,100 0 Sewer Fund * 1,224,400 3,187,900 0 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Equipment Maintenance Fund * 0 409,600 100,000 AGENCY FUNDS Community Facities Districts Funds 8,955,400 8,513,700 5,754,600 Assessment Districts Funds 10,204,900 3,766,800 4,223,500 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS 0 (4,246,900) (19,857,800) TOTAL ALL FUNDS 61,106,100 52,403,800 0 * Excludinq depreciation and amortization expense. k. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Appropriations Transfers to Operating - Other Funds - Expenditures = 120,000 11,012,400 0 950,000 360,000 0 0 3,580,700 4,942,000 0 0 421,500 410,000 0 0 6,189,100 2,884,500 (19,857,800) 0 564,300 0 0 25,500 2,830,000 6,371,200 4,884,800 773,000 9,645,000 852,000 8,956,700 2,690,500 283,900 8,483,400 4,654,800 (4,248,900) 57,780,600 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances Ending Fund Balance Fund Title 6,800,000 GENERAL FUND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 96,100 Recreation Fund 151,200 Gas Tax Fund 66,500 Measure I Fund 71,000 Air Quality Improvement Fund 0 Solid Waste Fund 10,100,800 Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District Funds 4,874,500 Development Fee Funds 0 Community Development Block Grant Fund 4,561,900 Capital Projects Funds 4,796,900 Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds ENTERPRISE FUNDS 3,055,800 Water Fund * 1,721,800 Sewer Fund * INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 225,700 Equipment Maintenance Fund AGENCY FUNDS 8,551,200 Community Facities Districts Funds 10,655,900 Assessment Districts Funds 0 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS 55,729,300 TOTAL ALL FUNDS A-3 * Excludinq depreciation expense. 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Revenue Source GENERALFUND Taxes and Assessments Property Taxes: Current Secured 1 % Levy Current Unsecured 1 % Levy Supplemental Roll Homeowner's Exemption Prior Year Taxes Interest and Penalties Total Property Taxes Sales Taxes Business License Taxes Franchise Taxes Property Transfer Taxes Miscellaneous Other Taxes Total Licenses and Permits Building and Safety Permit Fees Engineering Permit Fees Miscellaneous Permit Fees Total Fines and Penalties Parking Fines Vehicle Impound Fees Miscellaneous Total ANNUAL BUDGET A-5 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 _ Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 616,814 1,007,071 669,100 1,103,900 1,175,800 1,175,800 39,834 62,685 58,300 61,000 64,600 64,600 7,755 11,064 6,700 6,000 11,100 11,100 10,906 34,714 9,100 19,200 34,700 34,700 55,345 (53,584) 18,900 32,600 46,800 46,800 25,803 14,399 3,500 10,000 10,200 10,200 756,457 1,076,349 965,600 1,232,700 1,343,200 1,343,200 1,010,496 1,077,194 1,020,000 1,000,000 1,055,700 1,055,700 54,785 47,265 55,000 15,000 25,000 25,000 427,412 519,605 430,000 445,000 516,200 516,200 74,288 164,031 32,000 69,600 131,300 131,300 1,965 16,591 42,500 16,600 16,400 16,400 2,325,403 2,901,035 2,545,100 2,778,900 3,087,800 3,087,800 ' 893,441 947,858 704,600 850,000 1,258,200 1,258,200 19,672 27,248 25,000 17,900 24,600 24,600 _ 14,708 16,818 16,800 15,200 16,400 16,400 927,821 991,924 746,400 883,100 1,299,200 1,299,200 0 42,326 40,000 60,000 60,400 60,400 23,258 55,953 72,000 53,600 65,300 65,300 57,451 93,723 37,500 65,300 58,400 58,400 , 80,709 192,002 149,500 178,900 184,1 GO 184,100 City of Chino Hills y ANNUAL BUDGET _ A-6 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved GENERAL FUND (Continued, Revenue from Use of Monev and Pronertif Interest Income 338,447 686,383 320,000 385,000 790,400 790,400 Rents and Leases 300 0 1,200 0 0 0 Total 338,747 686,383 321,200 385,000 790,400 790,400 Revenue from Other Agencies State Motor Vehicle In -Lieu Fees 1,805,840 1,710,620 1,728,100 1,700,000 1,736,000 1,736,000 State Motor Vehicle Off -Highway Fees 865 842 900 900 900 900 Miscellaneous Revenue 3,878 15,762 34,686 29,500 0 0 Total 1,810,583 1,727,224 1,763,686 1,730,400 1,736,900 1,736,900 Charges for Current Services Plan Checking Fees 121,226 171,011 125,200 584,000 244,500 244,500 Miscellaneous Community Develop- ment Fees 74,630 8,084 82,300 9,000 11,400 11,400 Engineering Inspection Fees 0 136,899 350,000 279,300 78,300 78,300 Miscellaneous Public Works Fees 38,106 47,703 66,600 76,400 39,800 39,800 Police Services 0 4,615 4,000 0 18,300 18,300 Total 233,962 368,312 628,100 948,700 392,300 392,300 Cost Reimbursements Administrative Overhead Charges 2,281,833 1,914,916 1,643,600 1,490,100 2,586,000 2,605,500 Miscellaneous Cost Reimbursements 36,140 264,626 121,300 85,900 155,700 155,700 Total 2,317,973 2,179,542 1,764,900 1,576,000 2,741,700 2,761,200 Miscellaneous Revenues Miscellaneous Revenues 407,701 224,429 337,300 304,600 1,000 6,000 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 627,598 401,459 180,000 62,000 874,500 874,500 GENERAL FUND TOTAL 9,070,497 9,672,310 8,436,186 8,847,600 11,107,900 11,132,400 City of Chino Hills J Revenue Source RECREATION FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Prooertv Interest Income Charaes for Current Services Recreation Program Fees RECREATION FUND TOTAL GAS TAX FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and ProDertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Agencies State Gas Tax 2105 State Gas Tax 2106 State Gas Tax 2107 State Gas Tax 2107.5 Total Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds GAS TAX FUND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET A-7 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 2,820 500 4,500 5,000 5,000 0 258,541 500,000 371,100 559,300 559,300 0 261,361 500,500 375,600 564,300 564,300 43,697 38,313 36,400 36,000 15,600 15,600 240,318 279,976 280,000 286,400 299,400 299,400 176,410 186,381 183,000 195,400 190,400 190,400 406,182 414,081 420,200 434,100 423,100 423,100 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 830,410 887,938 890,700 923,400 920,400 920,400 0 0 0 0 14,000 14,000 874,107 926,251 927,100 959,400 950,000 950,000 City of Chino Hills A-8 Revenue Source MEASUREIFUND Revenue from Use of Money and Prooertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Aaencies Measure I Sales Tax MEASURE I FUND TOTAL AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Revenue from Use of Money and Pronertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Aoencies Air Quality Control Fee AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL SOLID WASTE FUND Revenue from Use of Money and Pronertv Interest Income Charues for Current Services Refuse Disposal Fees SOLID WASTE FUND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 16,652 19,099 19,300 22,000 415,130 315,042 421,000 320,000 431,782 334,141 440,300 342,000 15,600 15,600 380,900 380,900 396,500 396,500 1,440 3,361 3,000 3,000 7,800 7,800 60,037 51,661 61,000 60,000 52,800 52,800 61,477 55,022 64,000 63,000 60,600 60,600 0 2,944 5,000 0 0 0 0 2,399,819 2,432,500 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,830,000 0 2,402,763 2,437,500 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,830,000 City of Chino Hills Revenue Source LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Current Years Assessments Prior Year's Assessments Interest and Penalties Total Revenue from Use of Monev and Property Interest Income Revenue from Other Agencies Community Development Block Grants Miscellaneous Grants Total Miscellaneous Revenues Charges for Services Other Miscellaneous Revenues Total Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS TOTAL 1992-93 Actual 6,156,627 1,897 370 6,158,894 484,497 0 0 0 0 59,032 59,032 8,539,427 15,241,850 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Budget 5,554,277 4,305 1,279 5,559,861 483,932 0 0 0 0 12,053 12,053 3,027,697 9,083,543 6,091,330 4,700 1,400 6,097,430 359,000 0 102,400 102,400 0 0 0 3,062,830 9,621,660 City of Chino Hills A-9 1995-96 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved = 5,154,400 4,667,30Q 4,667,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,154,400 4,667,300 4,667,300 454,800 534,000 534,000 73,500 0 0 175,000 0 0 248,500 0 0 0 1,261,800 1,261,800 100,000 0 0 100,000 1,261,800 1,261,600 3,206,840 1,358,100 1,356,700 9,164,540 7,821,200 7,819,800 ANNUAL BUDGET A-10 = FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 _ 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Revenue from Use of Monev and Prouertv Interest Income Facilities Development Fee 461,672 264,059 261,600 263,500 261,800 261,800 Facilities Benefit Assessment Fee 23,652 33,051 39,400 58,500 45,000 45,000 Water Capital Development Fee 168,080 117,226 60,000 110,000 62,500 62,500 Sewer Capital Development Fee 15,137 17,864 12,000 15,000 28,000 28,000 Total 668,541 432,200 373,000 447,000 397,300 397,300 Revenue from Other Aaencies Community Development Block Grants 0 0 275,000 0 0 0 Charues for Current Services Facilities Development Fee 5,681,789 3,942,809 3,438,000 5,863,800 4,863,000 4,863,000 Facilities Benefit Assessment Fee 509,919 687,554 470,000 1,002,600 330,000 330,000 Water Capital Development Fee 1,052,076 1,244,021 1,132,000 1,365,000 1,672,800 1,672,800 Sewer Capital Development Fee 0 106,160 74,000 110,000 92,000 92,000 Total 7,243,784 5,980,544 5,114,000 8,341,400 6,957,800 6,957,800 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 1,416,404 1,653,467 1,498,300 1,297,800 0 0 DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS TOTAL 9,328,729 8,066,211 7,260,300 10,086,200 7,355,100 7,355,100 City of Chino Hills Revenue Source COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND Revenue from Other Aqencies Community Development Block Grants COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Streetsweeping Assessments Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements Total Revenue from Use of Monev and Prooertv Interest Income Streetsweeping Assessments Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements Pomona Construction Central Avenue Project Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Chino Hills Capital Corporation Total Revenue from Other Agencies Miscellaneous Grants ANNUAL BUDGET A-11 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 522,000 773,000 773,000 0 0 0 522,000 773,000 773,000 294,054 304,057 316,000 306,200 271,900 271,900 0 10,315 11,200 11,000 10,500 10,500 294,054 314,372 327,200 319,200 282,400 282,400 20,586 17,709 10,000 24,800 27,400 27,400 697 909 800 1,300 2,400 2,400 158,366 102,272 3,000 90,000 140,000 140,000 0 2,564 0 200 4,000 4,000 29,604 2,454 26,000 6,000 0 0 5,001 7,072 7,000 5,000 10,600 10,600 214,254 132,980 46,800 127,300 184,400 184,400 21,797 150,000 0 0 407,500 407,500 City of Chino Hills A-12 Revenue Source MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (Continued) Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Chino Hills Capital Corporation Total MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Revenue from Use of Monev and ProDertv Interest Income Community Facilities Districts Assessment Districts Other Programs Total Miscellaneous Revenues Deposits for Construction Other Miscellaneous Revenues Total Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 135,600 676,588 145,500 500,000 580,000 580,000 59,750 425,318 427,500 423,300 434,500 434,500 195,350 1,101,906 573,000 923,300 1,014,500 1,014,500 725,455 1,699,258 947,000 1,369,800 1,888,800 1,888,800 1,494,035 553,604 352,600 273,900 112,000 112,000 129,531 52,552 90,800 29,200 14,800 14,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,623,566 606,156 443,400 303,100 126,800 126,800 3,468,701 58,218 0 1,510,000 1,525,000 1,525,000 27,858 88,014 0 0 0 0 3,496,559 146,232 0 1,510,000 1,525,000 1,525,000 5,641,603 313,600 511,900 480,000 6,520,000 6,520,000 10,761,728 1,065,988 955,300 2,293,100 8,171,800 8,171,800 City of Chino Hills Revenue Source WATER FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Prooertv Interest Income Rents and Leases Total Charges for Current Services Water Sales Meter Installation Fees Miscellaneous Charges Total Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds WATER FUND TOTAL SEWER FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Pronertv Interest Income ANNUAL BUDGET A-13 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 128,013 85,471 75,000 60,000 200,000 200,000 264,160 249,723 200 0 249,800 249,800 392,173 335,194 75,200 60,000 449,800 449,800 6,605,536 7,086,840 8,009,000 7,818,400 7,846,100 7,846,100 157,391 137,642 120,000 120,000 234,200 234,200 101,816 138,397 91,800 95,900 70,000 70,000- 6,864,743 7,362,879 8,220,800 8,034,300 8,150,300 8,150,300 15,513 46,763 4,916 7,200 10,000 10,000 0 931,005 138,000 357,800 0 0 7,272,429 8,675,841 8,438,916 8,459,300 8,610,100 8,610,100 - 0 48,235 2,000 40,000 120,000 120,000 City of Chino Hills A-14 Revenue Source SEWER FUND (Continued) Chames for Current Services Sewer Maintenance Fees CBMWD Treatment Fees Other Miscellaneous Charges Total Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds SEWER FUND TOTAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Charges for Current Services Equipment Rental Fees Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND TOTAL COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Current Year's Special Taxes Prior Year's Special Taxes Interest and Penalties Total J ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 912,889 918,429 926,000 1,294,100 1,279,000 1,279,000 1,634,095 2,156,010 3,100,000 1,988,400 1,698,900 1,698,900 0 9,654 0 0 90,000 90,000 2,546,984 3,084,093 4,026,000 3,282,500 3,067,900 3,067,900 265,035 240,042 0 0 0 0 2,812,019 3,372,370 4,028,000 3,322,500 3,187,900 3,187,900 0 0 0 0 379,600 379,600 0 0 0 0 130,000 130,000 0 t7 0 0 509,600 509,600 - 4,908,741 5,356,454 5,537,300 6,117,800 7,971,900 7,971,900 146,140 118,887 69,400 106,000 127,000 127,000 30,760 33,578 0 12,000 33,200 33,200 5,085,641 5,508,919 5,606,700 6,235,800 8,132,100 8,132,100 1 City of Chino Hills Revenue Source COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS (Continued) Revenue from Use of Monev and ProDertlr Interest Income Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS TOTAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Current Year's Assessments Prior Year's Assessments Interest and Penalties Total Revenue from Use of Monev and Prooertv Interest Income Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Actual Budget A-15 1995-96 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 269,246 5,587 314,900 398,600 381,600 381,600 169,199 0 65,600 2,900 0 0 7,058,524 6,698,802 4,886,200 5,156,500 5,754,600 5,754,600 12,582,610 12,213,308 10,873,400 11,793,800 14,268,300 14,268,300 2,462,925 3,584,702 3,204,000 4,130,200 3,252,800 3,252,800 626,958 990,126 0 670,000 150,000 150,000 191,473 157,610 0 0 30,000 30,000 3,281,356 4,732,438 3,204,000 4,800,200 3,432,800 3,432,800 837,311 491,947 543,700 570,000 334,000 334,000 0 2,106,267 0 893,400 0 0 City of Chino Hills A-16 1992-93 Revenue Source Actual ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS (Continued) Interfund Transfers ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Budget 1995-96 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved Transfers from Other Funds 12,010,257 7,311,293 8,911,000 3,877,100 4,223,500 4,223,500 _ ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS TOTAL 16,128,924 14,641,945 12,658,700 10,140,700 7,990,300 7,990,300 TOTAL ALL FUNDS 85,291,607 72,470,312 67,588,862 70,183,240 76,485,400 76,508,500 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS (32,628,462) (21,539,363) (53,719,460) (23,622,610) (22,824,800) (24,104,700) TOTAL REVENUES 52,663,145 50,930,949 13,869,402 46,560,630 53,660,600 52,403,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Program GENERAL GOVERNMENT City Council City Manager City Clerk City Attorney Finance Risk Management Non -Departmental Total PUBLIC SAFETY Law Enforcement Fire Protection Emergency Preparedness Animal Control Total PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Administration Roads Maintenance Water Utility' Sewer Utility' Storm Channel Maintenance Facilities Maintenance Equipment Maintenance ' General Maintenance Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal Parks and Landscape Maintenance Street Sweeping Sleepy Hollow Road Improvement Air Quality Project Miscellaneous Programs Total ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Program 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget A-17 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Adopted 71,323 74,260 103,500 87,500 102,500 102,500 318,583 315,213 344,000 219,600 431,400 452,700 - 222,614 225,494, 300,125 475,000 443,000 443,000 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 737,886 662,228 812,087 871,100 908,300 908,300 0 0 0 0 387,000 372,400 473,138 783,934 413,259 364,400 415,900 417,700 _ 2,040,203 2,275,961 2,172,971 2,217,600 2,938,100 2,946,600 2,813,411 2,662,014 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 122,000 122,000 0 0 0 21,100 21,200 21,200 78,770 63,116 60,800 71,500 73,700 73,700 _ 3,014,155 2,847,104 3,182,800 3,303,900 3,317,000 3,319,800 792,816 583,865 708,800 669,700 1,230,800 1,282,000 257,221 1,335,621 1,799,500 1,193,600 656,800 656,800 9,441,987 8,977,895 12,376,600 10,654,140 9,301,100 9,366,700 = 2,345,196 2,160,655 3,894,210 2,761,100 2,686,000 2,690,500 _ 0 0 0 0 223,200 223,200 0 0 0 98,200 474,600 474,600 0 0 0 0 283,900 283,900 0 0 250,800 377,700 242,500 242,500 0 2,436,364 0 2,481,500 2,874,900 2,874,900 8,634,774 8,256,877 21,323,120 10,636,550 9,953,300 9,951,900 142,646 168,627 383,700 281,300 497,500 417,500 0 0 38,800 40,000 14,000 14,000 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 2,152,000 2,152,000 21,677,571 24,354,262 40,775,530 29,613,690 30,616,100 30,656,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) B6-100 A-18 Program COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Community Development CDBG Program Facilities Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Water Capital Development Fee Sewer Capital Development Fee Community Facilities Districts Assessment Districts Total HUMAN AND LEISURE Community Services Recreation Services (Fee) Recreation Services (Non -Fee) Total CAPITAL PROJECTS Capital Projects Community Facilities Districts Total SUB -TOTAL ALL PROGRAMS LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS TOTAL ALL PROGRAMS ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Program 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget _ Budget Recommended Adopted 163,082 1,099,414 961,350 1,681,800 1,567,100 1,567,100 0 0 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 7,443,566 5,785,658 14,296,600 10,918,900 6,949,100 6,949,100 1,366,948 564,117 2,431,300 2,362,700 434,200 434,200 690,550 818,850 0 642,300 580,000 580,000 1,779,644 233,180 3,270,900 2,168,000 1,856,000 1,856,000 8,716 7,500 491,700 8,300 7,500 7,500 19,520,369 25,219,936 33,169,800 19,225,400 14,672,500 14,672,500 17,243,151 13,772,196 30,920,300 8,821,400 7,539,300 7,539,300 48,216,026 47,500,851 85,541,950 46,347,600 34,378,700 34,378,700 0 0 0 491,400 271,000 271,000 18,353 210,197 511,900 371,100 564,300 564,300 322,182 426,573 427,600 387,500 141,900 103,900 340,535 636,770 939,500 1,250,000 977,200 939,200 2,821,569 992,884 4,318,700 3,494,000 8,045,000 8,045,000 0 0 0 0 1,600,000 1,600,000 2,821,569 992,884 4,318,700 3,494,000 9,645,000 9,645,000 78,110,059 78,607,832 136,931,451 86,226,790 81,872,100 81,885,300 (32,628,462) (21,539,363) (53,719,460) (23,622,610) (22,824,800) (24,104,700) 45,481,597 57,068,469 83,211,991 62,604,180 59,047,300 57,780,600 Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Program GENERAL FUND General Government City Council City Manager City Clerk City Attorney Finance Risk Management Non -Departmental Total Public Safety Law Enforcement Fire Protection Animal Control Emergency Preparedness Total Public Works Public Works Administration Roads Maintenance Stoma Channel Maintenance Facilities Maintenance Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal General Maintenance Total Community Development Community Development 1992-93 Actual 71,323 318,583 222,614 216,659 737,886 0 473,138 2,040,203 2,813,411 121,974 78,770 0 3,014,155 792,816 0 0 0 0 0 792,816 163,082 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Budget 74,260 315,213 225,494 214,832 662,228 0 783,934 2,275,961 2,662,014 121,974 63,116 0 2,847,104 583,865 0 0 0 33,600 0 617,465 1,099,414 103,500 344,000 300,125 200,000 812,087 0 413,259 2,172,971 3,000,000 122,000 60,800 0 3,182,800 708,800 0 0 0 0 250,800 959,600 961,350 City of Chino Hills A-19 1995-96 , 1994-95 Manager Council = Budget Recommended Adopted 87,500 102,500 102,500 219,600 431,400 452,700 475,000 443,000 443,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 871,100 908,300 908,300 0 387,000 372,400 364,400 415,900 417,700 2,217,600 2,938,100 2,946,600 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 122,000 122,000 122,000 71,500 73,700 73,700 21,100 21,200 21,200 3,303,900 3,317,000 3,319,800 669,700 1,230,800 1,282,000 0 656,800 656,800 0 223,200 223,200 98,200 474,600 474,600 37,800 44,900 44,900 377,700 242,500 242,500 1,183,400 2,872,800 2,924,000 1,681,800 1,567,100 1,567,100 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET _ A-20 FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Summary of Appropriations by Fungi 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Proqram Actual Actual Budqet Budqet Recommended Adopted GENERAL FUND (Continued) Human and Leisure Community Services 0 0 0 491,400 271,000 271,000 Recreation Services (Non -Fee) 322,182 426,573 427,600 387,500 141,900 103,900 Total 322,182 426,573 427,600 878,900 412,900 374,900 TOTAL GENERAL FUND 6,332,438 7,266,517 7,704,321 9,265,600 11,107,900 11,132,400 RECREATION FUND Human and Leisure Recreation Services (Fee) 18,353 210,197 511,900 371,100 564,300 564,300 GAS TAX FUND Public Works Roads Maintenance 257,221 1,335,621 1,799,500 1,193,600 950,000 950,000 MEASURE IFUND Public Works Roads Maintenance 0 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Public Works Air Quality Project 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 SOLID WASTE FUND Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal 0 2,402,764 0 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,830,000 LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Public Works Parks and Landscape Maintenance 8,634,774 8,256,877 21,323,120 10,636,550 9,953,300 9,951,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Program DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Park Development Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Water Capital Development Fee Sewer Capital Development Fee TOTAL DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND Communitv Development CDBG Program MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Street Sweeping Sleepy Hollow Road Improvement Miscellaneous Grants Fund Chino Hills Capital Corporation Special Construction Pomona Construction Central Avenue Project TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Community Facilities Districts Capital Projects TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS ANNUAL BUDGET A-21 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budqet Budqet Recommended Adopted 7,443,566 5,785,658 14,296,600 10,918,900 6,949,100 6,949,100 1,366,946 564,117 2,431,300 2,362,700 434,200 434,200 35,191 497,474 754,400 0 0 0 690,550 818,850 0 642,300 580,000 580,000 1,779,644 233,180 3,270,900 2,168,000 1,856,000 1,856,000 8,716 7,500 491,700 8,300 7,500 7,500 11,324,615 7,906,779 21,244,900 16,100,200 9,826,800 9,826,800 0 0 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 142,646 168,627 383,700 281,300 497,500 417,500 0 0 38,800 40,000 14,000 14,000 0 0 0 0 407,500 407,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 434,500 434,500 578,651 447,191 0 0 0 0 6,613 0 3,564,300 3,391,000 0 0 0 48,000 0 103,000 0 0 790,841 1,098,176 3,986,800 4,235,200 1,353,500 1,273,500 0 0 0 0 1,600,000 1,600,000 2,201,114 219 0 0 8,045,000 8,045,000 2,201,114 219 0 0 9,645,000 9,645,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-22 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1995-96 Program 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Bucket Budget Recommended Adopted WATER FUND Public Works Water Utility (Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense) 9,441,987 8,977,895 12,376,600 10,654,140 9,301,100 9,366,700 SEWER FUND Public Works Sewer Utility (Less Depreciation Expense) 2,345,196 2,160,655 3,894,210 2,761,100 2,686,000 2,690,500 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Public Works Equipment Maintenance (Less Depreciation Expense) 0 0 0 0 283,900 283,900 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS Communitv Develooment Community Facilities Districts 19,520,369 25,219,936 33,169,800 19,225,400 14,672,500 14,672,500 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS Community Develooment Assessment Districts 17,243,151 13,772,196 30,920,300 8,821,400 7,539,300 7,539,300 SUB -TOTAL ALL FUNDS 78,110,059 78,607,832 136,931,451 86,226,790 81,872,100 81,885,300 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS (32,628,462) (21,539,363) (53,719,460) (23,622,610) (22,824,800) (24,104,700) TOTAL ALL FUNDS 45,481,597 57,068,469 83,211,991 62,604,180 59,047,300 57,780,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Fund GENERALFUND General Government City Council City Manager City Clerk City Attorney Finance Risk Management Non -Departmental Total Public Safetv Law Enforcement Fire Protection Animal Control Emergency Preparedness Total Public Works Public Works Roads Maintenance Storm Channel Maintenance Facilities Maintenance Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal General Maintenance Total Communitv Development Community Development ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of 1996-96 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Benefits Supplies Outlay 37,600 64,900 360,400 92,300 234,700 208,300 0 250,000 790,700 117,600 35,700 336,700 0 367,700 1,459,100 1,437,500 0 3,102,900 0 122,000 0 73,700 0 21,200 0 3,319,800 1,151,300 109,700 182,200 457,400 54,000 124,200 140,500 306,600 0 44,900 0 217,500 1,528,000 1,260,300 486,800 1,080,300 City of Chino Hills 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21,000 17,200 0 27,500 0 0 65,700 0 A-23 Interfund Transfers Total 0 102,500 0 452,700 _ 0 443,000 0 250,000 0 908,300 0 372,400 50,000 417,700 50,000 2,946,600 0 3,102,900 0 122,000 0 73,700 - 0 21,200 0 3,319,800 0 1,282,000 0 656,800 45,000 223,200 - 0 474,600 0 44,900 25,000 242,500 70,000 2,924,000 0 1,567,100 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-24 Fund GENERAL FUND (Continued) Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation Services (Non -Fee) Total GENERAL FUND TOTAL RECREATION FUND Human and Leisure Recreation Services (Fee) GAS TAX FUND Public Works Roads Maintenance MEASURE IFUND Public Works Roads Maintenance AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Public Works Air Quality Project SOLID WASTE FUND Public Works Solid Waste Disposal LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Public Works Parks and Landscape Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of 1995-96 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Benefits Supplies Outlay 166,900 104,100 74,200 29,700 241,100 133,800 3,715,000 7,231,700 286,800 277,500 0 0 0 0 0 25,500 0 2,830,000 861,000 5,492,200 City of Chino Hills 0 0 0 65,700 0 0 0 0 0 18,000 Interfund Transfers Total 0 271,000 0 103,900 0 374,900 120,000 11,132,400 0 564,300 950,000 950,000 360,000 360,000 0 25,500 0 2,830,000 3,580,700 9,951,900 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Fund DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Development Fee Program COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND Communitv Development CDBG Program MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Street Sweeping Sleepy Hollow Road Improvement Miscellaneous Grants Fund Chino Hills Capital Corporation TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Community Facilities Districts Capital Projects TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS WATER FUND Public Works Water Utility " SEWER FUND Public Works Sewer Utility EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Public Works Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGE' FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of 1995-96 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Ca Benefits Supplies O 0 4,884,800 pital utlay 0 Interfund Transfers 4,942,000 A-25 Total 9,826,800 0 773,000 0 0 773,000 0 372,500 45,000 0 417,500 0 0 0 14,000 14,000 0 0 0 407,500 407,500 0 434,500 0 0 434,500 0 807,000 45,000 421,500 1,273,500 0 0 1,600,000 0 1,600,000 0 0 8,045,000 0 8,045,000 0 0 9,645,000 0 9,645,000 755,900 7,862,500 338,300 410,000 9,366,700 125,900 2,359,600 205,000 0 2,690,500 0 153,900 130,000 0 283,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J A-26 Fund COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS Communitv Develooment Community Facilities Districts ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Communibr Develooment Assessment Districts SUB -TOTAL ALL FUNDS LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS TOTAL ALL FUNDS * Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Summary of 1995-96 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Benefits Supplies Outlay Interfund Transfers Total 0 6,958,400 1,525,000 6,189,100 14,672,500 0 4,654,800 0 2,884,500 7,539,300 5,744,600 44,310,900 11,972,000 19,857,800 81,885,300 0 (4,246,900) 0 (19,857,800) (24,104,700) 5,744,600 40,064,000 11,972,000 0 57,780,600 City of Chino Hills M (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-27 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1994-95 1995-96 1994-95 1995-96 Revised Proposed Revised Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget SALARIES AND FRINGE BENEFITS OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 1010 Regular Salaries 3,565,900 3,844,750 3120 Public Agency Services 17,000 127,000 1015 Part -Time Seasonal Wages 176,500 309,100` 3125 Personnel Services 2,100 3,000 1020 Overtime Salaries 80,700 85,250 3135 Special Studies 42,500 40,000 1030 Contracted Employees 161,200 50,000 3140 Refuse Contract 2,263,000 2,830,000 Var. Fringe Benefits 1,164,850 1,455,500 3145 Collection Service 0 1,000 Total Salaries and Fringe Benefits 5,149,150 5,744,600 3150 Weed Abatement Services 24,000 38,200 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 0 85,000 OPERATING EXPENSES 3170 Police Services 0 2,886,300 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 45,640 24,300 3180 Crossing Guard Services 0 60,000 2015 Conferences and Meetings 36,900 44,500 3190 Other Contractural Services 5,414,400 2,802,300 2020 Auto Mileage 3,900 4,100 4010 Legal Advertising 22,000 19,500 2025 Education and In -Service Training 47,800 41,600 4015 Advertising and Promotion 0 4,900 2030 Clothing and Equipment 11,000 29,600 4020 Printing 112,000 122,100 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 14,600 8,800 4025 Election Expense 48,000 0 3010 Legal Services 346,700 386,500 4030 Photocopy and Reprografics 10,100 18,000 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 28,700 23,600 4031 Microfilming 50,000 56,000 3020 Financial Services 151,000 97,100 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 107,500 97,400 3025 Medical Services 0 2,300 4110 Liability Insurance 151,000 184,600 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 80,000 5,000 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 17,100 27,000 3035 Engineering Services 690,000 158,000 4120 Vehicle Insurance 3,500 0 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection 4125 Surety Bond 800 1,500 Services 1,722,300 1,006,400 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 0 125,000 3045 Appraisal Services 63,000 15,000 4210 Turf Care Supplies 0 4,500 3090 Other Professional Services 1,096,900 297,800 4215 Landscape Supplies 39,500 36,000 3110 Computer Software Services 30,000 18,000 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 12,500 66,800 3115 Data Processing Services 30,500 0 4225 Cement and Concrete 4,500 15,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-28 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1994-95 1995-96 Revised Proposed Budqet Budget OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 4240 Pipes and Fittings 4245 Traffic Signs 4290 Other Construction Materials 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non -Automotive) 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 4455 Films and Video 4460 Recreation Supplies 5010 Land Maintenance 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 0 22,000 230,000 86,500 25,200 4,400 8,200 18,500 1,600 48,800 0 64,300 14,500 126,600 55,900 8,700 0 0 1,936,140 27,000 346,940 13,900 101,900 56,100 38,900 8,300 32,500 12,500 45,800 6,000 42,900 8,800 20,600 14,600 22,600 5,300 53,000 13,000 89,900 45,600 7,500 500 13,100 2,105,800 55,000 87,500 11,600 70,500 90,400 17,300 OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5110 Street Repair and Maintenance 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 5215 Purification Equipment Maintenance 5220 Water Lines and Mains Maintenance 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 5310 Sanitary Sewer Line Maintenance 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5610 Land Rental 5615 Building Rental 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rental 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6020 Streetlight Power 6025 Water Pumping Power 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7020 Bond Payment Insurance 7110 Depreciation Expense City of Chino Hills 1994-95 1995-96 ' Revised Proposed Budqet Budget 53,300 155,300 35,000 0 0 755,450 0 78,500 188,300 5,500 30,500 0 151,300 5,000 4,379,000 767,650 319,920 0 5,900 73,100 8,032,300 8,065,500 0 0 54,000 I 35,000 27,000 3,000 85,300 202,500 25,000 45,000 15,900 10,000 24,300 434,000 85,000 12,200 4,772,600 339,100 308,000 625,000 3,500 74,300 7,825,300 9,493,900 32,000 1,811,400 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET - A_29 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title _ 1994-95 1995-96 1994-95 1995-96 Revised Proposed Revised Proposed - Budget Budget Budget Budget OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) CAPITAL OUTLAY (Continued) 7120 Amortization Expense 0 23,900 8420 Water Meters 73,000 74,300 7220 Administrative Overhead 0 3,867,300f 8430 Water Reservoirs 0 75,000 ; 7410 Community Promotion 0 21,000 8440 Water Wells 0 850,000 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 5,000 155,400 8990 Contributions to Construction Funds 0 1,525,000 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7,000 8,000 Total Capital Outlay 9,407,100 11,972,000 7810 Operating Contingency 1,078,840 187,400 7910 Removal Of Architectural Barriers 0 177,000 INTERFUND TRANSFERS 7911 Public Works Construction 0 590,000 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds 23,222,310 13,689,500 7919 CDBG Contingency 0 6,000 9020 Intra/Inter Agency Fund Transfers 0 6,168,300 _ 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 8,279,350 77,800 Total Interfund Transfers 23,222,310 19,857,800 Total Operating Expenses 48,448,230 46,146,200 - Total Budget 86,226,790 83,720,600 CAPITAL OUTLAY 8010 Land 1,815,900 0 Less: Depreciation and 8015 Land Improvements 7,055,200 3,364,000 Amortization Expense (37,800) (1,835,300) 8030 Buildings 0 3,700 Interfund Transfers and 8040 Improvements Other Than Buildings 22,000 56,000 Transactions (23,584,810) (24,104,700) 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 41,800 9,700 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 89,300 24,000 Net Budget 62,604,180 57,780,600 8060 Vehicles 54,000 375,000 8070 Field Equipment 255,900 244,300 8110 Streets, Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks 0 3,068,000 8115 Traffic Signals 0 145,000 8310 Storm Sewer Lines 0 945,000 8410 Water Lines and Mains 0 1,213,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev 10-94) BG-100 A-30 This page intentionally left blank. 11 Element/Object Title Office Furniture and Equipment ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Element Object Title Department/Division Equipment Description Public Works Administration Office Furniture Parks and Landscape Administration Office Fumiture Water Utility Printer Water Utility Fax Machine Computer Hardware and Software Facilities Maintenance Public Works Administration Water Utility Vehicles Streetsweeping Sewer Utility Equipment Maintenance Fund Equipment Maintenance Fund Equipment Maintenance Fund Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Roads Roads Roads Roads Roads Roads Parks and Landscape Open Space Parks and Landscape Open Space Total Office Furniture and Equipment A-31 Amount 5,000 2,500 1,100 1,100 9,700 Barcode Scanner with Software 6,500 Color Plotter 16,000 Laser Printer 1,500 Total Computer Hardware and Software 24,000 Two -Ton Brush Truck with 16 Foot Bed Sewer/Stone Water Cleaning Machine Two 3/4 Ton, Mid -Size Pick -Up Trucks Two 3/4 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Trucks Two 1 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Trucks Gas Powered Auger Radar Gun Storage Bin with Shelving Hydraulic Sign -Post Driver Concrete Grinder Hand Torch with 5 Gallon Propane Tank Disc Trailer Chemical Tank Tractor Attachment 45,000 200,000 30,000 50,000 50,000 Total Vehicles 375,000 3,500 2,400 5,800 1,000 3,500 1,000 10,000 3,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-32 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Element Object Title Element/Object Title Department/Division Equipment Description Amount Field Equipment (Continued) Parks and Landscape Open Space Trailer 2,500 Water Utility 20 Foot Double Axle Enclosed Trailer 5,600 Water Utility Leak Detector 3,800 Water Utility Trailer Mounted Portable Pump 12,400 Water Utility Hydraulic Valve Exerciser 6,500 Water Utility Tapping Machine 1,600 Water Utility 350kw Generator 125,000 _ Water Utility Multi -Purpose Saw 1,900 Water Utility Radio Terminal Units 49,800 Sewer Utility Radio Terminal Units 5,000 Total Field Equipment 244,300 Total Capital Equipment Outlay 653,000 J City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Department/Division Facilities Maintenance Public Works Administration ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Department/Division Element/Object Title Equipment Description Computer Hardware and Software Office Furniture and Equipment Computer Hardware and Software Roads Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Parks and Landscape Administration Parks and Landscape Open Space Streetsweeping Office Furniture and Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Vehicles A-33 - Amount Barcode Scanner with Software 6,500 Office Furniture 5,000 Color Plotter 16,000 Total Public Works Administration 21,000 Gas Powered Auger 3,500 Radar Gun 2,400 Storage Bin with Shelving 5,800 Hydraulic Sign -Post Driver 1,000 Concrete Grinder 3,500 Hand Torch with 5 Gallon Propane Tank 1,000 Total Roads 17,200 Office Furniture 2,500 Disc Trailer 10,000 Chemical Tank Tractor Attachment 3,000 Trailer 2,500 Total Parks and Landsacape Open Space 15,500 Two -Ton Brush Truck with 16 Foot Bed 45,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-34 _ FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Department/Division Department/Division Element/Object Title Equipment Description Amount Water Utility Office Furniture and Equipment Printer 1,100 Office Furniture and Equipment Fax Machine 1,100 Computer Hardware and Software Laser Printer 1,500 Field Equipment 20 Foot Double Axle Enclosed Trailer 5,600 Field Equipment Leak Detector 3,800 Field Equipment Trailer Mounted Portable Pump 12,400 Field Equipment Hydraulic Valve Exerciser 6,500 Field Equipment Tapping Machine 1,600 Field Equipment 350kw Generator 125,000 Field Equipment Multi -Purpose Saw 1,900 Field Equipment Radio Terminal Units 49,800 Total Water Utility 210,300 Sewer Utility Vehicles Sewer/Storm Water Cleaning Machine 200,000 Field Equipment Radio Terminal Units 5,000 Total Sewer Utility 205,000 Equipment Maintenance Fund Vehicles Two 3/4 Ton, Mid -Size Pick -Up Trucks 30,000 Vehicles Two 3/4 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Trucks 50,000 Vehicles Two 1 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Trucks 50,000 Total Equipment Maintenance 130,000 Total Capital Equipment Outlay 653,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Summary of Budgeted Regular Full -Time Positions 1995-96 1994-95 Increase/ Department Actual Recommended (Decrease) City Manager 5 5 - City Clerk 4 4 - Finance 14 14 - Community Development 8 8 - Public Works 44 46 2 (1) Parks and Landscape 15 16 1 (2) Community Services 6 6 - Grand Total 96 99 3 Footnotes: (1) Public Works: an increase of one Assistant Public Works Engineer position and one Administrative Analyst I position in the Admistration Division; and in the Water Utility division, an increase of one Senior Maintenance Worker position and one Maintenance Worker II position and a decrease of two Water Meter Reader positions. (2) Parks and Landscape : an increase of one Administrative Analyst I position, one Senior Landscape Specialist position, and two Senior Maintenance Worker positions; a decrease of one Planner I position and two Maintenance Worker II positions. A-35 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-36 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions Revised Budget Revised Budget Budget Request Budget Request Position 1994-95 1995-96 Position 1994-95 1995-96 Account Clerk 11 5 5 Development Services Technician 1 1 Accountant 1 1 Economic Development Manager 1 1 Administrative Analyst 1 1 3 Engineering Technician II 2 2 Administrative Secretary 5 5 Executive Secretary 1 1 Assistant Public Works Engineer 1 2 Facilities Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 Buyer 1 1 Facilities Maintenance Worker 1 1 City Clerk 1 1 Finance Director 1 1 City Manager 1 1 Finance Manager 1 1 Code Enforcement Officer 1 1 GIS/Systems Technician 1 1 Community Development Director 1 1 Landscape Contract Specialist 3 3 Community Services Coordinator 1 1 Maintenance Worker 1 3 3 = Community Services Manager 1 1 Maintenance Worker II 11 10 Customer Service Supervisor 1 1 Parks and Landscape Director 1 1 Deputy City Clerk 2 2 Personnel Analyst 1 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET-37 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions Revised Budget Revised Budget Budget Request Budget Request Position 1994-95 1995-96 Position 1994-95 1995-96 Planner 1 2 1 Senior Administrative Clerk 1 1 Principal Public Works Engineer 2 2 Senior Landscape Specialist 0 1 Public Information Officer 1 1 Senior Maintenance Worker 8 11 Public Works Director/City Engine 1 1 Senior Park Planner 1 1 Public Works Inspector 2 2 Senior Planner 2 2 Receptionist 1 1 Storekeeper 1 1 Recreation Coordinator 1 1 Traffic Engineer 1 1 Recreation Supervisor 1 1 Utilities Superintendent 1 1 Roads Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 Water Distribution Supervisor 1 1 Sanitation Supervisor 1 1 Water Meter Reader 2 0 Secretary 5 5 Water Production Supervisor 1 1 Senior Account Clerk 2 2 Water Quality Technician 1 1 Senior Accountant 2 2 Senior Administrative Analyst 2 2 Total 96 99 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-38 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET B-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Council Legislative 001-0200 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 36,931 37,210 33,400 35,500 37,600 37,600 34,392 37,050 70,100 52,000 64,900 64,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 71,323 74,260 103,500 87,500 102,500 102,500 , 71,323 74,260 103,500 87,500 102,500 102,500 71,323 74,260 103,500 87,500 102,500 102,500 I 0 I 0 II . ; 0 I . ., O II 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 B-2 Program General Government BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Council Legislative 001-0200 The Mayor and City Council are the elected representatives of the City and, therefore, act as the policy -making legislative body of this municipality. They act on the City's laws, known as ordinances, adopt resolutions reflecting policy positions, or authorization for City actions, and are bound to uphold the laws of the State of California, as well as our Federal government. The City Council is composed of five members elected at -large, with a three -two pattern of overlapping four-year terms. Every two years the City Council selects or approves the selection of members of City boards, commissions, and committees. Each year the City Council adopts a fiscal budget of appropriations and retains control over transfers and/or supplements between/to the various activities of that budget. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS No changes in services are reflected in this activity. It is noted that funds have been budgeted for Council's continued involvement in local government organizations with an intent to address challenges of a more regional or statewide nature. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has increased by $15,000. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 14,800 A A. The cause of this increase is the inclusion of a budget for consultants, as needed. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is funded by the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program General Government Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY B-3 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Council Legislative 001-0200 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 24,000 24,006 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0� 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,931 13,210 9,400 11,500 13,600 13,600 = 36,931 37,210 33,400 35,500 37,600 37,600 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGET B-4 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code = General Government City Council Legislative 001-0200 Element/. 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 35 49 100 100 0 0 2015 Conferences and Meetings 5,242 6,080 13,500 9,000 7,500 7,500 2020 Auto Mileage 924 1,144 1,100 1,000 1,200 1,200 3135 Special Studies 17,498 15,022 40,500 40,500 40,000 40,000 3190 Other Contractual Services 188 2,924 0 0 0 0 4020 Printing 299 673 600 800 800 800 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 5 100 0 100 100 100 4440 Office Supplies 806 664 2,000 200 200 200 4450 Books 0 0 0 100 100 100 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 2,756 2,484 4,200 0 0 0 6010 Water 0 0 600 0 0 0 6015 Electricity 4,599 5,861 5,100 0 0 0 6030 Gas 152 165 200 0 0 0 6035 Telephone 1,208 1,686 1,600 0 0 0 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 680 198 600 200 15,000 15,000 Total Services and Supplies 34,392 37,050 70,100 52,000 64,900 64,900 Grand Total 34,392 37,050 70,100 52,000 64,900 64,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET C-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Manager City Management 001-0300 _ 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 269,133 285,905 282,700 165,000 379,400 360,400 Services and Supplies 49,450 28,912 61,300 54,600 52,000 92,300 Capital Outlay 0 396 0 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 318,583 315,213 344,000 219,600 431,400 452,700 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 318,583 315,213 344,000 219,600 431,400 452,700 TOTAL FUNDING 318,583 315,213 344,000 219,600 431,400 452,700 - TOTAL POSITIONS II 4 I 4 �I 4 I 5' �I 6 I -5 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 C-2 Program General Government BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department City Manager The City Manager, as chief executive of the organization, has responsibility for carrying out Council policy and directives. He is responsible for setting organizational goals in order to achieve Council directives. Four City departments report to the City Manager. Public Works, Parks and Landscape, Finance, and Community Development. In addition, the Community Services Division reports directly to the City Manager. The City Manager's staff is responsible for risk management, workers compensation, the Healthy Cities Program, personnel and labor relations, and support to the City Manager. As mentioned earlier, included in this activity is the Healthy Cities project. The Healthy Cities Steering Committee is comprised of civic leaders, local business leaders, residents, and staff representing Public Health, the Chino Unified School District, the Pomona Volunteer Center, and the Chamber of Commerce. The Committee is dedicated to implementing one project each year that promotes healthy families and enhances the health of the community. The Healthy Cities Steering Committee supervises the on -going administration of the Chino Hills Advisory and Mentoring Program (CHAMP) and the Youth Accountability Board (YAB), which are the projects undertaken during the previous year. The YAB is a positive alternative available to first time non-violent juvenile offenders. CHAMP is a resource available to the Board and the juveniles. Activity I Program Code City Management 1 001-0300 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The three primary causes for the increase in the budget (reported below) are the consolidation of staff salaries into this budget activity, the transfer of the Senior Administrative Analyst position to this activity from the Community Services activity, and the transfer of costs for the publication of the recreation brochure and the water quality report from the Recreation (Non -Fee) and Water Utility activities. The salary consolidation was the result of having all of the staff salaries and fringe benefits reported in this activity, rather than being allocated among various funds (i.e., Water and Sewer utility funds, Gas Tax and Measure I funds, etc.). Now, and in the future, these funds will reimburse the General Fund for these overhead costs via an administrative overhead charge. Highlights during 1995/96 will include finalizing negotiations with the two employee bargaining units and expanding the Healthy Cities Program. The Healthy Cities project involved 52 volunteers in 1994/95. Fifteen volunteers participated as Healthy Cities Steering Committee members, four as CHAMP Executive Committee members, one as Chair of the Youth Accountability Board, fourteen as YAB Hearing Officers, two as Associate Probation Officers, fifteen as CHAMP mentors and one provided administrative support to the CHAMP and YAB programs. In 1995/96, it is anticipated the program will expand with fifteen additional mentors and six additional Hearing Officers. The YAB met with about 20 first time offenders in 1994/95, of which 15 were matched with a mentor. In 1995/96, it is anticipated that 65 juveniles will participate, of which 50 will be matched with mentors. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program General Government ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity City Manager City Management In 1994/95, $5,820 was received in contributions and sponsorships by, the Healthy Cities project. If contributions allow, a part time/temporary., student intern position will be added in 1995/96. Beginning in November 1994, two thirds of a part-time Administrative Clerk's time has been utilized towards the Healthy Cities Project. A Senior Administrative Analyst has provided about one half of her time in support in the Healthy Cities Project. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity's budget has increased by $233,100. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 1,000 A 2015 Conferences and Meetings 600 B 3125 Personnel Services 1,100 C 4020 Printing 41,000 D 4420 Computer Software Expense 1,000 E 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 2,000 F 4440 Office Supplies 3,600 G A. The cause of this increase was due to the addition of membership in consortium providing supervisor training services. C-3 Program Code 001-0300 B. This account increased due to the inclusion of the annual Healthy Cities project conference. C. The increase in this account is primarily caused by increased employee recruitment activity. D. The cause of this increase is due to the cost of the publication of the recreation brochure and water quality report being transferred from the Recreation (Non -Fee) and Water Utility activities. E. This account was established in order to provide a budget for a personnel applicant tracking system software. F. This account increased due to anticipated printer purchase and maintenance. G. The principal cause of this increase is the addition of supplies required for the Healthy Cities Project. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures of this activity are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev.. 10-94) BG-104 C-4 Program General Government Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 998 City Manager 49 Senior Administrative Analyst 41 Public Information Officer 38 Personnel Analyst 37 Executive Secretary 25 Secretary ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Department Activity Program Code City Manager City Management 001-0300 i 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved y 204,595 217,425 212,600 102.100 263,100 249,200 0 1,166 0 19,400 12,900 12,900 2,840 61 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,698 67,233 65,900 43,500 103,400 98,300 269,133 285,905 282.700 165,000 379,400 360,400 Number of Positions - 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved - 1 1 1 1 1 1r 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Total 4 4 4 5 6 5 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3010 Legal Services 3025 Medical Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3125 Personnel Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4125 Surety Bond 4310 Fuel 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity City Manager City Management 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget C-5 Program Code 001-0300 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 4,376 2,372 1,200 1,200 2,200 5,108 2,125 4,300 4,400 5,000 15 31 0 0 0 0 545 1,500 4,500 4,000 121 1,751 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 17,924 150 23,000 20,000 8,900 340 1,684 500 1,900 3,000 1,186 0 0 0 0 280 1,115 300 1,000 2,000 444 286 400 300 300 0 1d0 0 0 300 0 141 0 0 0 25 12 0 0 0 169 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 City of Chino Hills 2,200 5,000 0 4,000 0- 200 8,900 . 3,000 - 0 42,000 ' 300 300 0 0 300 1,000 (Rev.10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET c-s NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager City Management Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) ' 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-0300 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 1,243 0 0 0 0 0 3,834 3,329 3,000 3,900 7,500 7,500 28 0 0 0 0 0 2,910 0 3,400 2,300 500 500 562 608 800 0 0 0 443 0 0 0 0 0 0 90 200 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 0 0 0 1,286 2,871 1,200 0 0 0 46 81 100 0 0 0 4,991 5,478 5,300 0 0 0 4,109 6,143 15,800 15,100 15,100 15,100 _ 49,450 28,912 61,300 54,600 52,000 92,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET C-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Manager City Management 001-0300 Element/ 1995-96 - Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved CAPITAL. OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 0 396 0 0 0 0 Total Capital Outlay 0 I 396 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 Grand Total 49,450 29,308 61,300 54,600 52,000 92,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 MR This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET D-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Clerk City Clerk 001-0400 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 204,760 201,939 204,057 182,100 234,700 234,700 17,854 23,555 96,068 292,900 208,300 208,300 0 0 0 0 0 0, 0 0 0 0 0 0 222,614 225,494 300,125 475,000 443,000 443,000 222,614 225,494 300,125 475,000 TOTAL FUNDING 222,614 225,494 300,125 475,000 TOTAL POSITIONS II 4 I 4 4 I 4 1 City of Chino Hills 443,000 443,000 443,000 443,000 - (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 D-2 Program I Department ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 General Government I City Clerk BASIC FUNCTIONS The City Clerk, as an appointed official of the City Council, performs duties and responsibilities under the authority of the Government Code, Streets and Highways Code, Health and Safety Code, and City ordinances and policies. Official duties include, keeping an accurate record of the proceedings of the legislative body, administering oaths or affirmations, certifying documents pertaining to City business, maintaining and retrieving official records and documents, keeper of the City Seal, acting as Filing Officer under the Political Reform Act, conduct municipal and special elections, and provide administrative/clerical support for the City Council. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The City Clerk attends regular, adjourned regular and special meetings of the City Council and is responsible for preparation of minutes for each. One of the primary responsibilities of the City Clerk's Office is to provide information to the public relating to the operation of City government in a prompt, courteous and responsible manner. The Department provides support to other City departments through its records management and assistance in legislative procedures. The City Clerk has recently completed a Request for Proposals for microfilming services for the City. During 1994/95, microfilming of ordinances, resolutions, and minutes, and City department records commenced and the lease of readers/printers for City departments authorized with a document management system of all microfilmed records included. Activity I Program Code City Clerk 1 001-0400 Included in this year's budget is the addition of a parttime administrative clerk who relieves the receptionist, permitting her to assume clerical tasks or projects for City Clerk, Personnel, Community Services, and Community Development; thus permitting these department/division staffs to perform their professional/specialized responsibilities Additionally, 100% of the City Clerk's position and fringe benefits, payoff of accrued leave compensation in City departments' budget foi - the first time are now included in the budget. Increased tuition reimbursement in accordance with the employee MOU is also included. The substantial decrease of $39,300 in this year's budget reflects the fact that there is no scheduled election, the FAX machine lease/maintenance contract will now reside in the 2500 Account, and reduced service needs in certain accounts. The Department's program workload statistics are as follows: Performance Workload 1992/93 1993/94 1994/95 Activitv Actual Actual Est. Certified Ordinances 34 11 12 Certified Resolutions 101 103 105 Agenda/Meetings 32 32 32 Minutes 371 386 350 Agreements/Amendments 118 224 235 Claims Against City 25 28 45 Publications 31 24 20 k. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government City Clerk City Clerk NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $32,000. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,300 A 2025 Education and In -Service Training 700 B 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 3,800 C 4420 Computer Software Expense 6,700 D 4450 Books 1,000 E A. The primary cause of this increase is for the attendance at the International Association of Municipal Clerks' annual conference. B. This account increase is for computer training classes for Department staff. C. The supplies for the photocopy machine were previously included in the Office Supplies account (account number 4440). D. The cause of this increase was principally due to the inclusion of costs for a new indexing and records management computer software module. E. This account was underbudgeted in previous years. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None Program Code 001-0400 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. D-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET D-4 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Clerk City Clerk 001-0400 1995-96 Account Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual ' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 150,000 150,000 150,000 151,900 153,600 153,600 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 0 2,118 0 13,200 13,200 1020 Overtime Salaries 43 80 80 700 3,900 3,900 1030 Contract Employees 0 0 0 0 0 0 Various Fringe Benefits 54,717 51,859 51,859 29,500 64,000 64,000 Total 204,760 201,939 204,057 182,100 234,700 234,700 Number of Positions Salary 1995-96 Range Regular Staff Summary 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 997 City Clerk 1 1 1 1 1 1 029 Deputy City Clerk 2 2 2 2 2 2 013 Receptionist 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total 4 4 4 4 4 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles Service and SUDDIies 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In-service Training 3090 Other Professional Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4031 Microfilming 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4125 Surety Bond 4420 Computer Software Expense 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity City Clerk I City Clerk 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual, Budget Budget D-5 Program Code 001-0400 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 164 295 295 700 800 800 644 571 571 4,600 5,900 5,900 273 520 520 600 800 800 93 743 743 800 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 114,000 81,300 81,300 2,004 1,718 1,718 8,300 8,300 8,300 88 957 957 1,500 1,200 1,200 0 500 500 500 4,300 4,300 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 500 420 420 1,200 700 700 200 100 100 100 100 100 - 0 0 300 300 7,000 7,000 9,950 9,800 9,800 29,800 20,000 20,000 2,626 1,514 1,514 700 1,700 1,700 1,054 730 730 1,800 1,500 1,500 258 90 700 700 700 700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J . ANNUAL BUDGET D-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Clerk City Clerk 001-0400 Element/ 1 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 i Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES. (continued) 5625 Equipment Rental 0 5,597 77,200 77,200 22,500 22,500 Total Services and Supplies 17,854 , 23,555 96,068 I 292,800 208,300 208,300 Grand Total 17,.854 23,555 96,068 292,800 208,300 208,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO BILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 n Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET E-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Attorney Legal Services 001-1000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual ' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 _ 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 �I 0 I 0 0, I 0 �I 0 .. „. 0= City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 9 E-2 Program General Government BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity City Attorney Legal Services The City of Chino Hills contracts with the law firm of Burke, Williams & Sorensen to provide City Attorney services. Staff attorneys from Burke, Williams & Sorensen provide legal counsel and representation on a wide variety of municipal issues, including labor relations, dispute resolution, contract review, regulatory compliance (including Brown Act compliance), and representation for some litigation. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS In fiscal year 1993/94, City staff renegotiated the contract with Burke, Williams & Sorensen to provide for most services being covered under a monthly retainer. "Extraordinary Services" such as representation during litigation, labor negotiations, etc., are billed separately from the monthly retainer. The 1995/96 budget is being prepared to more accurately reflect the cost of the retainer plus "extraordinary services." The cost of the retainer portion of the budget ($212,000) will be charged to the General Fund. Litigation (which cannot be anticipated at the time of budget preparation) could come from General Fund dollars or from specific accounts (such as landscape and lighting fees) if the representation in question concerns those specific areas of the City's operations. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget activity reflects an increase of $50,000. NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 001-1000 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3010 Legal Services 50,000 A A. This expense was underbudgeted in the previous fiscal year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. When appropriate, other funding sources are charged for legal services. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3010 Legal Services Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET E-3 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Attorney Legal Services 001-1000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 216,659 214,832 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 216,659 I 214,832 200,000 I 200,000 I 250,000 ` 250,000 216,659 214,832 200,000 1 200,000 City of Chino Hills 250,000 250,000 , (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 E-4 This page intentionally left blank. OR a z r� CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity' + Finance Finance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Actual Budqet 638,109 510,341 676,500 84,569 127,789 135,587 15,208 24,098 0 0 0 0 737,886 662,228 812,087 737,886 662,228 812,087 F-1 Program Code 001-1200 1995-96 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 727,500 790,700 790,700 143,600 117,600 117,600 _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 871,100 908,300 908,300 871,100 908,300 908,300 TOTAL FUNDING 737,886 662,228 812,087 871,100 908,300 908,300 TOTAL POSITIONS II 16 13 �I 13 I 14 �I 14 I 14 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 F-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program I Department I Activity Program Code General Government I Finance BASIC FUNCTIONS The Finance Department is responsible for the administration of the City's fiscal condition, services, and resources. Major services systems include financial reporting, budgeting, accounting, purchasing, utility billing, cashiering, debt management, and cash management. The significant department tasks are preparing annual and periodic financial reports and analyses, preparation of the annual budget, controlling expenditures for budgetary accounts, investing idle funds, issuing business licenses, and maintaining internal control over financial resources and transactions. The department also manages the debt obligations of the City, the 1915 act assessment districts' bonds, and community facilities districts' bonds. Additionally, the department is responsible for the administration of the annual assessment and lien processes for the benefit assessment districts, community facilities districts, and 1911 and 1913 act assessment districts. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goals of the department are: to provide City Management with timely, accurate, and sufficient financial reports and analyses for evaluation of current and alternative sources and uses of funds; to maintain practical and effective budgetary, accounting, and internal controls over the City's financial resources; to provide prudent cash management in order to maximize investment earnings and ensure current and long term liquidity; to timely pay all debt service due on existing debt obligations; to provide efficient service to the public and City departments; to encourage good public relations with citizens and customers; and to maintain an environment conducive to promoting employee job enthusiasm, productively and motivation. Finance 1 001-1200 The department's objectives in meeting these goals are- create management reports summarizing financial data, resource trends, and program costs; prepare a department policy and procedures manual; implement systems and internal control procedures to ensure that City assets are properly safeguarded and financial transactions are properly recorded; continue to train and cross -train professional and clerical staff; and continue maintaining vigorous control over idle bank funds to maximize safety, liquidity, and earnings of the funds. The principal causes in the increase in this department's budget are that 100 percent of the Senior Administrative Analyst's position salary and fringe benefits are now included in this budget and that a budget amount for the payoff of accrued leave compensation is now included in the City departments' budgets for the first time. Previously 50 percent of the Analyst's position salary and fringe benefits costs (about $27,000) were included in the Community Facilities District (CFD #9) budget. In this year's budget, all of the Analyst's position salary will be included in the Finance Department's budget and the CFD will reimburse the General Fund for 50 percent of the Analyst's position salary. Additionally, the payoff of accrued leave compensation had not been budgeted in the past. The additional cost included in the fringe benefit section of the budget for this fiscal year is $25,300. The above additional costs amounted to about $52,300. Exclusive of these changes, the Finance Department overall budget would have decreased $15,400. Also, exclusive of these changes, the salaries and fringe benefits section of the Finance Department budget would have increased by only $10,600, or 1.5 percent. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $37,200. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY F-3 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Finance Finance 001-1200 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3145 Collection Services 1,000 A 4020 Printing 2,900 B 4125 Surety Bond 800 C 5625 Equipment Rental 2,600 D 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 2,000 A A. A budget for this account had not been recorded in the past. The Finance Department is now pursuing a vigorous accounts receivable collection process which includes using a professional collection service for collecting the City's past due accounts. B. This cost has increased due to the publication of both a comprehensive budget and a comprehensive annual financial report for the 1995-96 fiscal year. C. The increase in this account is due to the need to acquire surety bonds for two Finance Department staff members who are responsible for investing City funds. D. This account for the annual lease of a photocopy machine was underbudgeted in the prior fiscal year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 F-4 Program General Government Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 70 Finance Director 60 Finance Manager WA Deputy Finance Director N/A Accounting Supervisor 49 Senior Administrative Analyst 41 Administrative Analyst II 41 Senior Accountant N/A Financial Data Process. Supv. 37 Buyer 37 Accountant 29 Administrative Secretary 29 Assessment Technician 25 Senior Account Clerk 21 Account Clerk II 17 Account Clerk I Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Finance 1992-93 Actual 481,724 0 7,268 0 149,117 638,109 1992-93 Actual 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 4 2 16 Finance 001-1200 1995-96 1993-94, 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 376,024 492,100 513,800 560,800 560,800 8,818 29,800 21,800 22,900 22,900 . 3,757 11,000 4,200 3,400 3,400 . 0 0 0 0 0 121,742 143,600 187,700 203,600 203,600 - 510,341 676,500 727,500 790,700 790,700 ' Number of Positioris 1995-96 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1, 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 3 5 5- 2 2 2 0 0 13 13 14 14 14 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUALBUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government Finance Finance Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3120 Public Agency Services 3125 Personnel Services 3145 Collection Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographic 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4125 Surety Bond 4310 Fuel 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 Actual Actual Budget 1994-95 Budget F-5 Program Code 001-1200 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 967 486 1,300 700 800 800 3,869 395 3,100 900 1,000 1,000 419 2,777 500 100 300 300 747 0 4,700 6,100 5,900 5,900 4,000 33,033 11,700 15,300 13,600 13,600 5,092 29,879 8,660 28,000 8,000 8,000 0 7,434 12,000 12,000 7,800 7,800 250 0` 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 6,576 7,006 5,000 15,000 7,000 7,000 5,250 6,510 8,788 7,000 9,900 9,900 0 565 318 1,000 200 200 376 191 2,800 0 300 300 700 600 600 600 1,400 1,400 144 0 100 0 0 0 49 0 100 0 0 0 10,886 1,140 13,376 2,800 2,800 2,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 F-6 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Stricture Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Finance Finance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-1200 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 408 0 600 0 0 0 13,682 9,972 16,494 11,300 9,700 9,700 287 891 0 300 300 300 - 3,993 4,638 5,220 0 0 0 3,331 182 500 0 500 500 6,895 570 7,820 37,000 37,000 37,000 42 0 100 0 0 0 616 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 3,777 15,000 5,000 7,600 7,600 0 0 500 0 0 0= 7,597 8,947 7,500 0 0 0 - 224 251 600 0 0 0 7,685 8,361 8,711 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 484 184 500 500 500 500 84,569 127,789 135,587 143,600 117,600 117,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay Grand Total J ANNUAL BUDGET F-7 NON -PERSONNEL. EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL. YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Finance Finance 001-1200 I 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual I Budget Budget Recommended Approved 15,208 18,531 0 0 0 0 0 5,567 0 0 0 0 15,208 I 24,098 0 I 0 0 0 99,777 151,887 135,587 143,600 117,600 117,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 F-8 This page intentionally left blank. E x CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET G-1 GENERAL SUMMARY _ FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 50,300 35,700 0 0 0 0 336,700 336,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 387,000 372,400 0 0 0 0 387,000 372,400 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 387,000 372,400 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 0 0 0 O I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 G-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager I Risk Management BASIC FUNCTIONS Risk Management represents expenditures related to the administration of risk management activities. Administrative activities include: 1) coordinating receipt, investigation and resolution of personal injury and property damage claims; 2) recovery of City property and auto damage losses; 3) monitoring liability loss and expense reserves in addition to administration of benefit insurance plans; 4) coordination of medical care treatment for employees' worker -related injuries and illnesses; and 5) development of safety and risk management programs with other departments and outside agencies. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goal of Risk Management is to identify areas of risk, develop safety programs in accordance with new legislation, minimize liability, and to transfer responsibility by obtaining adequate insurance coverage where possible. In previous years liability, property insurance, and related expenses were included in the Community Services Department budget. The Workers Compensation deposit was budgeted in General Fund, Non -Departmental. The division's program workload statistics are as follows: Performance Workload 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 Activity Actual Actual Estimate Liability Claims Filed 30 26 38 Workers Compensation 24 19 8 Program Code 001-2100 The staff position that administers this budget is reported in the City Managers budget. This position is the Senior Administrative Analyst. A portion of the budget for the salary and fringe benefits for this position is allocated to the Risk Management budget, based on the amount of time that is expended on this activity. The balance of the budget for the salary and fringe benefits will remain in the City Managers budget. NET BUDGET CHANGE This is a newly created division within the General Fund. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 4110 Liability Insurance 184,000 A 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 27,000 B 4130 Workers Compensation Insurance 125,000 C 4450 Books 500 A 4455 Films and Videos 200 A A. This item was previously budgeted in Community Services Fund. B. Earthquake and flood coverage has been added to our standard all-risk property insurance. C. This item was previously budgeted in Non -Departmental activity. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 1BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager Risk Management SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY, None FUNDING All expenditure accounts are charged to the General Fund. G-3 Program Code 001-2100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 G-4 Program General Government Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 36,900 26,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,400 9,500 0 0 0 0 50,300 35,700 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) B6-106 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 4110 Liability Insurance 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 4450 Books 4455 Films and Videos Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET G-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 184,000 184,000 0 0 0 0 27,000 27,000 0 0 0 0 125,000 125,000 0 0 0 0 500 500 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 336,700 336,700 0 0 0 0 336,700 336,700 � L _ City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 G-6 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET H-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 001-2500 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 473,138 760,067 383,859 364,400 365,900 367,700 Capital Outlay 0 23,867 29,400 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 473,138 783,934 413,259 364,400 415,900 417,700 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 473,138 783,934 413,259 364,400 415,900 417,700 TOTAL FUNDING 473,138 783,934 413,259 364,400 415,900 417,700 TOTAL POSITIONS �I 0� oil 0 1 0 11 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 - H-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental BASIC FUNCTIONS NET BUDGET CHANGE The Non -Departmental function is used to account for activities of a general City-wide nature that are not easily categorized within another department. Such activities include mail and printing services, weed abatement, and organizational dues and services. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The City plans to continue to contract with the County for weed abatement and centralized mailing services. Additionally, private contractual services will continue to be provided for banking and legal services. The membership dues are for the League of California Cities, San Bernardino Associated Governments, and Southern California Association of Governments. The budget for Community Promotion is for the contract with the Chamber of Commerce for services to be provided by the Chamber in promoting business for the City. This expense had been budgeted in previous fiscal years in the Dues and Subscription account. The City's vehicle maintenance expenditure accounts have been consolidated into a new Equipment Maintenance activity. This new division now "rents" the vehicles to other City activities. The expenditures for the vehicles are now reported in the Vehicle Rental account, and depreciation costs have been added to the expenditures. The interfund transfer of $50,000 is for the General Fund's share of the appropriation for the new vehicles included in the new division's budget. For further information about this new activity, refer to the budget section for the new Equipment Maintenance Division. Program Code This activity is increased by $53,300. NET STAFF CHANGE None 001-2500 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 3,000 A 5620 Vehicle Rental 58,200 B 7410 Community Promotion 21,000 C 7810 Operating Contingency 187,400 D 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expense 900 E A. This account was established to consolidate the City's printer maintenance costs. B. This is a new account to provide maintenance costs for the City's vehicles "rented" from the City's new Equipment Maintenance Division. C. This new account was established for the purpose of reporting any community promotion contract for the City such as the Chamber of Commerce contract which expires on June 30, 1995. The cost for this was previously reported in the Dues and Subscriptions account. D. This account provides for a contingency budget for unforeseen occurrences and emergency expenditures not budgeted elsewhere. E. This account was underbudgeted in the previous year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) . BG-104 Program General Government ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Non -Departmental SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. H-3 Program Code 001-2500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET H-4 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3010 Legal Services 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3020 Financial Services 3035 Engineering Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3120 Public Agency Services 3150 Weed Ab: tement Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-2500 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 24,815 29,957 32,000 35,000 11,500 11,500 663 1,865 0 0 0 0 24 100 0 0 0 0 10,522 15,854 23,616 15,000 0 0 6,000 1,800 0 0 0 0 54,201 21,291 10,000 31,200 26,900 26,900 0 0 26,800 0 0 0' 66,909 3,734 3,675 2,000 1,000 1,000 25,260 0 0 0 0 0 0 18,987 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 0 33,600 33,600 33,600 0 0 1,527 7,562 2,500 15,000 8,500 8,500 _ 25,634 15,467 25,000 20,000 19,000 19,000 125,000 287,262 0 0 0 0 1,292 241,696 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,500 0 0_ 0 0 0 2,200 0 0' City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4320 Parts (non -Automotive) 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance - 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget H-5 Program Code 001-2500 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 482 0 500 0 0 0 1,555 43 1,500 0 0 0 389 9 500 0 0 0 450 0 0 0 0 0 418 0 0 0 0 0 1,580 467 5,852 12,000 5,000 5,000 4,225 208 4,500 0 0 0 526 0 0 0 0 0 9,318 26,728 45,875 23,300 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 7,093 12,525 9,288 0 0 0 0 156 122 0 0 0 0 405 4,400 0 3,000 3,000 0 0 0 6,200 0 0 11,490 983 1,000 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 H-6 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7010 Interest Payments 7410 Community Promotion 7810 Operating Contingency 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 1,405 2,439 0 0 7,406 8,457 271 238 81,551 13,521 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,057 14,713 473,138 760,067 0 23,867 0 23,867 City of Chino Hills Program Code 001-2500 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 58,200 58,200 15,331 2,000 1,800 1,800 200 0 0 0 7,000 53,500 0 0 500 2,400 0 0 4,535 50,000 0 0 1,200 0 0 0 0 0 21,000 21,000 100,000 0 185,600 187,400 4,365 3,500 4,400 4,400 383,859 364,400 365,900 367,700 , 29,400 0 0 0 29,400 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0� 0 473,138 783,934 City of Chino Hills 0 0 413,259 H-7 Program Code 001-2500 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 50,000 50,000 0 50,000 50,000 364,400 415,900 417,700 - (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 H-8 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CIIINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET 1-1 GENERAL SUMMARY = FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement 001-6000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 2,809,392 2,649,138 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 Capital Outlay 4,019 12,876 0 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 2,813,411 2,662,014 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 Fund .. .. ,.. .. , Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 2,813,411 2,662,014 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 TOTAL FUNDING 2,813,411 2,662,014 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 TOTAL POSITIONS 11 0 1 0 11 01 011 01 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 1-2 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Public Safety I Law Enforcement BASIC FUNCTIONS The Law Enforcement program consists of police services, crossing guard services, and other related services such as prisoner booking and parking fine collection services. Special programs such as the School Resource Officer program, the DARE program, and the citizen volunteer program are also part of the Law Enforcement program. All of the above program services, except the citizen volunteer program, are provided through contractual services. The principal contracting agency is the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department which provides services for all of the above programs except the parking fine collection program. This latter program is contracted to Phoenix Group which provides for the administration and collection of parking fines. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The contract cost for the Police Services program for the 1995-96 fiscal year is expected to be $2,846,215, which is a $234,747 increase over the 1994-95 contract cost of $2,611,468. Excluding the cost of the recommended additional position ($62,900) and capital outlay ($43,680) discussed below, the basic contract cost increase is $128,167. This is a 4.9 percent increase which is intended to cover increases in compensation and other operating costs incurred by the County. The Police Services program recommended for the new fiscal year includes a new position of Community Services Officer. The addition of this position will enable the City to take a proactive approach to crime prevention, emergency preparedness, and community oriented police activities. This position would also provide for support in increasing the Departments volunteer program. Activity I Program Code Law Enforcement 1 001-6000 The above position will enhance the services provided in the previous year which were handled by 26.45 safety and 9 34 general positions. As a note of interest, the Sheriffs Service Specialist position, which was added last year, is retained for the new fiscal year. This position is included as part of the 9.34 general positions. The cost included in the budget for the new Specialist's position is $62,900, which includes equipment costs. The recommended program service level for 1995-96 also includes new equipment for a digital report dictation and report generation process. y The cost included in the budget for this process is $43,680. The budget for the new fiscal year includes prorated costs for the following safety positions: Lieutenant Sergeant (.75), Sergeants (3.21), Senior Deputies (5.22), and Deputy II's (17.27). The general positions include a Sheriffs Service Specialist (1.00), dispatchers (3.33), station clerks (3.50), auto assistant (.51), and a secretary 1 (1 00). The 12 vehicles included in the program costs are marked cars (7), unmarked cars (2), van (2), and a 4 x 4 utility vehicle (1). NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget activity reflects an increase of $13,600. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity's contracted positions increased by one Community Service Officer position. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-95 Department Activity Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3090 Other Professional Services 5,200 A 3170 Police Services 2,886,300 B 3180 Crossing Guard Services 60,000 B 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 2,000 C 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 1,000 D A. The primary cause of this increase is the expected rise in the Cal -ID program costs. B. This cost was previously budgeted in Other Contractual Services account. Refer to a further explanation included in the Program Highlights section. C. This account was added to account for maintenance to the City - owned building used by the Police Department. D. The cause of this change was primarily due to the inclusion of costs for various minor program expenses. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. 1-3 Program Code 001-6000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET I-4 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2015 Conferences and Meetings 3090 Other Professional Services 3170 Police Services 3180 Crossing Guard Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-6000 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 727 0 0 0 0 25,620 0 25,000 25,600 28,000 30,800 0 0 0 0 2,886,300 2,886,306 0 0 0 0 60,000 60,000 2,774,576 2,619,797 2,967,000 3,031,800 106,100 106,100 0 1,449 0 0 500 500 . 0 188 10 0 200 200 . 70 126 0 300 200 200 5,325 14,629 1,500 25,000 9,200 9,200 561 50 0 100 100 100 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 3,240 6,481 6,500 6,500 6,500 6,500 0 5,691 0 0 1,000 1,000 2,809,392 2,649,138 3,000,000 3,089,300 3,100,100 3,102,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement Element/ Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget CAPITAL OUTLAY 8070 Field Equipment 4,019 12,876 0 0 Total Capital Outlay 4,019 I 12,876 0 I 0 Grand Total 2,813,411 2,662,014 3,000,000 3,089,300 City of Chino Hills 0 1-5 Program Code 001-6000 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 3,100,100 3,102,900 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF - CHINO HILLS I N C O R P O R A. T E D 1 9 9 1 j Program Public Safety Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET J-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Fire Protection Fire Protection 001-6100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 122,000 122,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 122,000 122,000 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 122,000 122,000 TOTAL FUNDING 121,974 121,974 122,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 11 0 I 0 II 0 City of Chino Hills 122,000 122,000 122,000 0 1� 0 I 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 J-2 Program Public Safety Department ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Activity Program Code Fire Protection Fire Protection 001-6100 BASIC FUNCTIONS The California Department of Forestry (CDF) provides wildland fire suppression for the open space areas within Chino Hills. The Chino Valley Independent Fire District provides fire suppression for structure fires. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The California Department of Forestry conducts all controlled burns (designed to reduce fuel materials) and conducts ecological studies to monitor threatened species habitat. In the event of wildfire, the CDF provides fire suppression. The City has access to camp crews, work crews, and air support. The CDF also conducts public education in Chino Hills to educate, residents on fire hazard abatement. NET BUDGET CHANGE None NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES: None SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY: None. FUNDING: This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev.110-94). BG-104 0 =Program Public Safety "Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3120 Public Agency Services Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Fire Protection Fire Protection 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 121,974 I 121,974 122,000 I 122,000 I 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 City of Chino Hills J-3 Program Code 001-6100 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 122,000 122,000 122,000 I 122,000 122,000 122,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J-4 This page intentionally left blank. CITE' OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1_ Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAI■ FImi.INDIIN( -TOTAI POSITIONS h J ANNUAL BUDGET K-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development 001-4000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 86,734 287,199 343,900 473,300 486,800 486,800 76,348 812,215 604,000 1,187,900 1,080,300 1,080,300 0 0 13,450 20,600 - 0 0 0 0 0 0I 0 0 163,082 1,099,414 961,350 1,681,800 I 1,567,100 1,567,100 163,082 1,099,414 961,350 !!am? 1 0999 414 961 350 5 l City of Chino Hills 1,681,800 1,567,100 1,567,100 1 F81� 8� 0 1,567100 1 567 100 8� (Rev.10-94) BG-102a K-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Community Development 001-4000 • Providing inter- and intra-govern mental coordination services BASIC FUNCTIONS between City departments and other cities, counties and state. The Community Development Department is responsible for the • Coordinating the Development Review Committee process. adoption and implementation of the General Plan and Development Code, the implementation of an aggressive economic development PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS program, the processing of a significant level of new development applications and projects, the provision of building and safety services The coals of the Department are to:_ and the enforcement of ordinances through the code enforcement program. The Department carries out other specific planning -related • Provide outstanding service to the public and other departments; projects as assigned by the City Council and City Manager. • Implement the General Plan and Specific Plan; Significant deaartment tasks include: • Implement an aggressive economic development program to • Preparing, maintaining and administering the General Plan and include business attraction and business retention; Development Code. • Provide efficient planning, building and safety, and code • Initiating and implementing an aggressive economic development enforcement services; program intended, over time, to attract new business to the City and to retain existing businesses. • Prepare planning and building codes and ordinances as needed to ensure a high quality of development in the City; and • Processing in a timely manner new development applications. • Maintain an environment conducive to promoting employee job • Providing building plan check and inspection services and the enthusiasm, dedication and motivation. administration of the building codes. The Department's obiectives in meeting these ooals are to: • Conducting all environmental reviews consistent with CEQA. • Complete and adopt the Development Code; • Enforcing assigned City Codes in an expeditious manner. • Investigate the feasibility of creating a Redevelopment Agency • Preparing reports, analyses, investigations and making and Redevelopment Project area. If feasible, contract with a recommendations to the Planning Commission, City Manager, redevelopment firm to prepare Redevelopment Plans and create and City Council. Redevelopment Project Area; City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104' ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 K-3 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Community Development 001-4000 • Attend ICSC and other trade shows and aggressively market the City to commercial developers, retailers and other investors; Process a significant number of development applications in an efficient and timely manner; • Complete the City's Economic Development Marketing Brochure; • Complete and adopt the sign ordinance; • Prepare and distribute a Chino Hills marketing video; • Actively pursue efforts to locate retailers for the development of a shopping center along the Chino Valley Freeway Corridor; • Prepare CDBG applications and manage the City's CDBG program; • Continue to aggressively pursue the Sphere of Influence program; • Provide staff services to the Baseball Committee; • Conduct small business seminars/workshops; • Institute a direct mail marketing program to promote retail and other commercial developments in Chino Hills; • Provide tours to retailers, commercial developers, brokers and other businesses; • Expand the Business Retention Program to help local businesses succeed and expand in Chino Hills and to seek to locate tenants for vacant spaces in existing shopping centers; • Process Building Permit applications, conduct plan checks, and undertake inspections; • Investigate Code Enforcement complaints and abate Code Enforcement violations with less than 2% legal action, • Prepare Los Serranos Community Plan; • Work with the City Clerk on microfilming of records; and • Continue to train Planning and Code Enforcement staff. NOTE: The supplemental appropriation approved in Fiscal Year 1994/95 to fund the Economic Development Manager and Economic Development program has been approved as a carry-over to fund these activities for Fiscal Year 1995/96. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget reflects a decrease of $114,700. NET STAFF CHANGE None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 K-4 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 - Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Community Development 001-4000 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2025 Education and In -Service Training 700 A 3010 Legal Services 4,500 B 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 55,100 C 4010 Legal Advertising 1,100 D 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 600 E A. Increase in Planning and Code Enforcement training for staff. B. Additional legal services to support code enforcement efforts. C. Assumes increased development and Building and Safety activity. D. Assumes increased legal advertising costs due to additional development activity. E. Due to increased development and code enforcement activity. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-9-4) 1BG-104 Program Community Development Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary _ Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 69 Community Development Director 60 Economic Development Manager 53 Senior Planner N/A Associate Planner 41 Planner 1 29 Administrative Secretary 29 Secretary 36 Code Enforcement Officer J ANNUAL BUDGET K-5 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development 001-4000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 77,654 283,322 281,900 279,400 337,000 337,000 0 0 20,000 41,200 24,000 24,000 1,219 3,877 5,000 8,000 3,800 3,800 0 0 37,000 36,700 0 0 7,861 0 0 108,000 122,000 122,000 86,734 287,199 343,900 473,300 486,800 486,800 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total 6 5 5 8 I 8 8 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 .. I 1 . 1 1 . 1 1, ANNUAL BUDGET K-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Community Development 001-4000 Element/ 1995-96 Object 1 Expenditure Account Pe 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 44 2,688 I 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,431 961 1 3,000 3,000 2,500 2,500 2020 Auto Mileage 179 112 I 1,000 400 400 400 2025 Education and In -Service Training 725 15 5,000 300 1,000 1,000 3010 Legal Services 0 0 i 0 0 4,500 4,500 - 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 0 748,446 540,000 951,300 1,006,400 1,006,400 3090 Other Professional Services 37,159 0 10,000 163,000 20,000 20,000 3115 Data Processing Services 2,556 0 0 200 0 0 3120 Public Agency Services 25 0 2,000 0 0 0 _ 3125 Personnel Services 424 0 0 0 0 0 3135 Special Studies 48 298 0 0 0 0 - 3190 Other Contractual Services 1,578 2,841 0 1,500 0 0 4010 Legal Advertising 147 1,063 5,000 900 2,000 2,000 4020 Printing 933 6,620 10,000 30,300 15,000 15,000 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 254 735 500 900 1,500 1,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Community Development -Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4320 Parts (Non -Automotive) 4415 Photography Supplies 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Community Development Community Development 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget K-7 Program Code 001-4000 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 494 549 3,300 3,500 2,300 2,300 27 0 0 200 0 0 246 504 500 500 500 500 0 0 1,000 500 500 500 268 173 0 550 0 0 9,155 10,825 8,000 11,750 10,100 10,100 73 0 1,000 300 0 0 1,090 722 1,000 600 1,000 1,000 3,544 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 165 140 5,000 0 0 0 10 607 1,300 0 0 0 36 0 800 0 0 0 0 17,495 0 15,100 9,600 9,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 K-8 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvements 8040 Improvements other than Buildings 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Community Development Community Development 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 5,864 5,877 3,000 0 199 149 600 0 9,674 11,314 0 0 0 81 0 100 76,348 812,215 604,000 1,187,900 0 0 0 4,500 0 0 0 4,500 0 0 8,450 8,400 0 0 5,000 3,200 0 0 13,450 20,600 76,348 812,215 604,000 1,187,900 City of Chino Hills Program Code 001-4000 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 500 1,080,300 1,080,300 0 0 0 0 0 0: 0 0 0 0 1,080,300 1,080,300 (Rev. 10-94j BG 112 Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 014 Community Development Block Grant Fund ANNUAL BUDGET K 9 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Development CDBG 014-4010 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 0 E 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 518,800 1i 773,000 773,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 11 0 I 0 II 0 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills i (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET J K-10 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Community Development The Housing and Community Development Act (HCDA) of 1974, amended by the Cranston -Gonzales National Affordable Housing Act of 1990, provides for the development of viable urban communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities principally for persons of lower incomes. Funding is provided by the Federal Government Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and is allocated yearly in the form of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The City of Chino Hills, by written agreement, cooperates and participates in the San Bernardino County Community Development Block Grant Program as administered by San Bernardino County Economic & Community Development and approved by the County Board of Supervisors. Significant division tasks include: Administering the overall program of compliance with the eligibility requirements established by federal guidelines. - Preparing reports, studies, and recommendations for City Council. To oversee and coordinate all CDBG fund expenditures for compliance with various federal mandated rules and regulations. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Activity I Program Code CDBG 1 014-4010 The San Bernardino County Economic & Community Development Department has recommended that Chino Hills receive $146,000 in funds. Subsequently, the City Council authorized the funds be allocated for both Public Service programs and construction; and a separate contingency fund of $5,964. The Public Service funds will not be shown in the 1995/96 budget since agencies and organizations are direct recipients from the County with no pass -through of funds to the City. Additionally, the El Prado Park construction project will have fund transfers directly from the County ECD Department to the County Parks Department. The Public Service and contingency funds total $72,000. The detailed information for the current year and prior -year programs is shown in the following table. Current-vear Proaram: $74,000 PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION: $68,000 (1) Western Hills Mobile Home Estates Water Svstem Upqrade: $40, 000 This project seeks to improve water pressure for the residents of Western Hills Mobile Home Estates, whose residents are primarily elderly and/or low to moderate income. Fiscal year 1995-96 represents the 21st year the program has been (2) Curb Ramps: $28,000 made available to the citizens of the county/city. The new program year will see continued service to the community by offering Public This project was approved for $28,000.00 and seeks to facilitate Services programs, Public Works programs, and Administration of the disabled access in accordance with Americans With Disabilities Act overall program (ADA) by retro-fitting street corners with curb ramps. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Development CDBG (3) Continaency Fund: $6,000 NET STAFF CHANGE Prior-vear Proaram Budoet AvDrovals: $699,000 None PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION: $699,000 (1) Birdfarm Road: $550,000 Engineering drawings and construction details have been prepared but construction has not yet begun. The delay in construction is due in part to the negotiations with property owners for acquisition of right-of-way for certain segments of the project. (2) ADA improvements for Parks: $109,000 Due to staff turnover within the Parks and Landscape Maintenance Department, implementation of the improvements has been deferred to the 1995196 fiscal year. (3) Sleeov Hollow Communitv Center: $40,000 Several factors have delayed the implementation of this project. Thus far, a list of deficiencies has been prepared to bring this project up to code. They range from structural and drainage problems to parking deficiencies. In order to correct these problems alone, the cost has been estimated at $240,000. Since the City has only $40,000 for bringing up the bathrooms to ADA standards, this program is being re-evaluated in terms of its viability. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity's budget has increased $254,200. K-11 Program Code 014-4010 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 7910 Removal of Arch. Barriers 33,200 A 7911 Public Works Construction 215,000 A , 7919 Contingency 6,000 B A. Increase reflects prior years' unexpended budget plus current years' allocations. B. The contingency fund was not budgeted in prior years. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY. None. FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 K-12 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 7910 Removal of Architectural Barriers 7911 Public Works Construction 7919 Contingency Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Development CDBG 014-4010 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget ` Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0� 0� 0 0 City of Chino Hills 0 143,800 177,000 177,000 0 375,000 590,000 590,000 0 0 6,000 6,000 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 0 518,800 773,000 773,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 r 0 x CITY OF, CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET L-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Administration 001-7000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 544,725 414,341 464,900 448,300 1,100,100 1,151,300 103,372 05,421 210,900 190,400 109,700 109,700 144,719 74,103 33,000 31,000 21,000 21,000 _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 792,816 583,865 708,800 669,700 1,230,800 1,282,000 792,816 583,865 708,800 669,700 1,230,800 1,282,000 TOTAL FUNDING 792,816 583,865 708,800 669,700 1,230,800 1,282,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 18 17 17 16 17 18 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Administration BASIC FUNCTIONS The Public Works Administration activity consists of the management of all of the divisions of the Public Works Department. These division activities include: facilities/vehicle maintenance, planning/land development, traffic engineering, construction inspections, sewer utility, water utility, and storm drainage maintenance. Also included is support of all departments within the City for contract compliance and construction, preparation of engineering background for reports in Community Development and the Finance Department, and coordination of Public Safety including the crossing guard program. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goals of the Public Works Administration for the 1995/96 fiscal year are as follows: 1. Maximize efficiency through the use of the City's Geographic Information System and personal computers. A major step was completed towards this goal by completing the Engineer's Report for street sweeping utilizing the Geographic Information System during the 1994/95 fiscal year. 2. Closely monitor the 1995/96 fiscal year budget to control Department's expenses. 3. Complete project designs and reports by utilizing City staff as opposed to consultants. 4. Pursue grants and other funding sources for capital projects within Chino Hills. Program Code 001-7000 By obtaining these goals, the Public Works Department will realize the following: * cost savings through efficiency. a day to day understanding and knowledge of the status of the 1995/96 budget. * cost savings utilizing City staff as opposed to consultants. * possible future grants that would reduce developer fees, Gas Tax, and General Fund expenditures. Due to increased workload, two additional full time regular positions are being requested. An Assistant Public Works Engineer is requested due to increased activity in plan checks for development and the cost savings of completing designs in-house. This new position will also support the Traffic Engineer on traffic studies and traffic counts to improve response time. The second position requested is an Administrative Analyst I position. This position will provide support for purchasing, contract, budgetary, and project control, as well as provide support for Community Facilities District annexation processing. Also requested is a contract Public Works Inspector who will inspect City construction projects as well as cover the increasing number of tract inspections caused by the increase in development. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a net increase of $612,300. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of one Assistant Public Works Engineer position and one Administrative Analyst I position. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Administration SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 1,400 A 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2,400 A 2025 Education and In -Service Training 4,400 A 2030 Clothing and Equipment 500 B 4020 Printing 500 A 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 1,700 A 4310 Fuel 3,000 B 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 1,800 B A. The cause of this increase was the consolidating within the Administration Division of all Public Works administrative costs. B. This item was not budgeted in this activity last fiscal year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Items Cost Double pedestal desks (2) 1,200 Plan -hold master file 2,500 Management desk chairs (2) 1,000 Color plotter 16,000 Survey equipment 500 L-3 Program Code 001-7000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund and is reimbursed by 13 other Funds based on an estimated percentage of work to be completed within each Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET L-4 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Administration Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 70 Public Works Director/ City Engineer 60 Traffic Engineer 53 Principal Public Works Engineer 53 Utilities Superintendent 49 Associate Public Works Engineer 41 Assistant Public Works Engineer 41 Administrative Analyst II 37 Administrative Analyst 1 36 GIS/Systems Technician 36 Public Works Inspector 34 Development Services Technician 1992-93 1993-94 Actual Actual 421,902 310,518 0 0 3,118 3,103 0 175 119,705 100,545 544,725 414,341 1992-93 1993-94 Actual Actual 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 .. I j Program Code 001-7000 1995-96 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Budget Recommended Approved 327,400 327,200 753,900 791,500 17,000 0 20,000 20,000 8,000 3,100 4,000 4,000 16,300 0 50,000 50,000 ; 96,200 118,000 272,200 285,800 . 464,900 448,300 1,100,100 1,151, 300 Number of Positions 1995-96 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Budget Budget Recommended Approved City of Chino Hills 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2' 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1" 2 2 2 2- 1 1 1 1 (Rev. 10-94) 6G-106a Program Public Works Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 34 Engineering Technician It 34 GIS Technician 29 Administrative Secretary 27 Senior Administrative Clerk 25 Secretary Total ANNUAL BUDGET L-5 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Administration 001-7000 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 18 17 17 16 17 18 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) B6-106b ANNUAL BUDGET L-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Administration 001-7000 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 231 465 800 800 2,200 2,200 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,147 1,504 3,200 2,700 5,100 5,100 2020 Auto Mileage 406 0 500 500 500 500 2025 Education and In -Service Training 487 1,555 7,800 2,500 6,900 6,900 2030 Clothing and Equipment 73 275 200 0 500 500 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 155 418 200 600 500 500 3190 Other Contractual Services 44,200 30,660 144,600 54,000 25,500 25,500 4020 Printing 1,689 2,864 3,500 1,500 2,000 2,000 = 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 2,045 3,290 3,000 2,300 4,000 4,000 ' 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 525 296 8,300 400 200 200 4310 Fuel 2,920 4,346 3,300 0 3,000 3,000 4420 Computer Software Expense 491 279 0 32,000 4,000 4,000 1 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 0 0 0 0 1,800 1,800 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 1,809 1,372 1,100 2,200 1,000 1,000 4440 Office Supplies 19,895 16,948 9,500 23,000 20,000 20,000 4450 Books 1,268 567 1,000 1,000 500 500 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 3,147 4,828 2,000 5,500 5,000 5,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works 'Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipmental Rental Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET L-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Administration 001-7000 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 17,701 22,868 9,000 59,400 25,000 25,000 5,183 3,086 12,900 2,000 2,000 2,000 103,372 I 95,421 210,900 I 190,400 109,700 109,700 92,522 21,897 0 0 5,000 5,000 52,197 50,468 0 13,000 16,000 16,000 0 1,738 33,000 18,000 0 0 144,719 I 74,103 33,000 I 31,000 21,000 21,000 248,091 169,524 243,900 221,400 130,700 130,700 City of Chino Hills' y (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-8 This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET • - L-9 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Roads 001-8300 y 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 119,951 364,643 365,400 364,100 182,200 182,200 Services and Supplies 137,270 202,469 487,100 649,500 457,400 457,400 Capital Outlay 0 768,509 847,000 180,000 17,200 17,200 Interfund Transfers 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 257,221 I 1,335,621 1,799,500 1,193,600 656,800 656,800 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 0 0 0 656,800 656,800 010 Gas Tax I 257,221 1,335,621 1,799,500 1,193,600 0 0 1 TOTAL FUNDING 257,221 1,335,621 1,799,500 1,193,600 656,800 656,800 TOTAL POSITIONS 4 I 4 �I 4 I 4 4 I 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET L-10 PROGRAM COMMENTARY (FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Program Public Works Public Works Roads 001-8300 BASIC FUNCTIONS NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity provides for road maintenance and road related capital This activity reflects a net decrease of $536,800. improvements in the City of Chino Hills. The City has 191 miles of public streets. Road maintenance includes the following activities: NET STAFF CHANGE • repair of potholes None. • annual restriping program • traffic signal maintenance SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. • traffic signal electricity • street light electricity Account Primary • debris clean-up after storms No. Account Title Increase Cause • vehicle maintenance 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 500 A • removal and replacement of damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalks 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2,300 A • overlay and slurry seal 3190 Other Contractual Services 30,000 B 4010 Legal Advertising 500 A PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 4020 Printing 2,000 A 4310 Fuel 1,000 C Highlights of the road maintenance program include various capital 5040 Communications Equipment improvement projects and capital equipment purchases. Capital Maintenance 2,000 D improvement projects proposed for the 1995/96 fiscal year are as 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 1,000 E follows: 5620 Vehicle Rental 6,500 F 6015 Electricity 10,000 G • traffic signal at the intersection of Peyton Drive and Valle Vista 7220 Administrative Overhead 153,800 A Avenue • traffic signal modification at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway A. This item was not budgeted last fiscal year in this fund but was and Pipeline Avenue included in other sections of the budget. • dip removal on Bayberry Drive at Pipeline Avenue B. This item includes on -call striping services that was previously • striping modification on Chino Avenue at Peyton Drive budgeted under 4290 - Other Construction Materials. • road overlay on Yorba Avenue at Bird Farm Road C. The item was underbudgeted last fiscal year, therefore, it was • curb, gutter, and driveway replacement on Lariat Drive increased for the 1995196 fiscal year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET L-11 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Roads 001-8300 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) D. The City is purchasing three new 800 MHz radio units. E. The amount of volunteer participation in graffiti removal has increased, so the amount of equipment furnished to volunteers also needs to be increased. F. This is a new account established for the rental costs charged by the Equipment Maintenance Division for all Road Division vehicles. G. The primary cause of the increase in this account is due to the new traffic signals constructed in 1994-95 and signals that are expected to be constructed in 1995-96. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Gas powered auger for post holes 3,500 Radar gun 2,400 8' x 40' storage bin and shelving 5,800 Hydraulic sign post driver 1,000 Concrete grinder for sidewalks 3,500 5 gallon propane tank with hand torch 1,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 L-12 Program Public Works Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 43 Roads Maintenance Supervisor 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 25 Secretary 24 Maintenance Worker II 20 Maintenance Worker I Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Roads 001-8300 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 91,686 255,288 288,700 255,600 129,100 i 129,100 0 0 0 24,900 0 0 3,336 4,553 0 10,000 3,800 3,800 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,929 104,802 76,700 73,600 49,300 49,300 119,951 364,643 365,400 364,100 182,200 182,200 Number of Positions' 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 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 1 1 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4_ City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGET , L-13 - NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUIT MARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 = Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Roads 001-8300 Element/ 1995-96 Object [ xpenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 0 0 0 0 500 500 2015 Conferences and Meetings 0 110 0 1,800 1,200 1,200 - 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 0 0 0 2,300 2,300 2030 Clothing and Equipment 0 239 400 500 900 900 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 0 640 600 500 700 700 3020 Financial Services 2,031 0 0 900 0 0 3035 Engineering Services 7,500 1,052 25,000 25,000 8,000 8,000 3090 Other Professional Services 13,487 2,991 5,000 5,000 0 0 3135 Special Studies 555 2,757 0 0 0 0 3190 Other Contractual Services 77 0 10,000 5,000 30,000 30,000 4010 Legal Advertising 0 0 0 0 500 500 4020 Printing 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 4215 Landscape Supplies 945 755 0 500 500 500 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 0 1,463 21,000 12,500 12,500 12,500 4225 Cement and Concrete 0 0 5,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 4245 Traffic Signs 5,047 17,758 25,000 29,000 29,000 29,000 4290 Other Construction Materials 0 775 17,000 227,500 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 14G-112 ANNUAL BUDGET L-14 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Roads 001-8300 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council = Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4310 Fuel 0 2,997 1,100 2,000 3,000 3,000 - 4315 Parts (Automotive) 0 543 800 900 0 0 4320 Parts (Non -automotive) 0 0 100 100 0 0 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 0 0 100 100 0 0 4420 Computer software Expense 0 0 0 10,000 1,400 1,400 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 0 623 3,000 9,500 3,000 3,000 4440 Office Supplies 0 0 0 500 0 0 4445 Special Supplies 0 0 0 2,600 2,600 2,600 4450 Books 0 0 0 0 100 100 _ 5010 Land Maintenance 225 380 0 1,200 0 0 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 7,735 101 0 0 0 0 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 0 0 300 1,000 3,000 3,000 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 75 406 0 1,000 2,000 2,000 5110 Street Repair and Maintenance 79,079 17,480 222,000 75,000 10,000 10,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works 'Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5490 Other Structure Repair and maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 6015 Electricity 6020 Streetlight Power 7220 Administrative Overhead Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8040 Improvements Other than Buildings 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Roads 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 11,191 27,438 75,000 0 50 2,600 0 2,573 2,900 225 625 2,000 9,098 19,951 0 0 100,762 68,200 0 0 0 137,270 202,469 487,100 0 0 0 137,270 970,978 City of Chino Hills 847,000 0 1,334,100 75,000 0 5,000 5,400 50,000 100,000 0 649,500 160,000 20,000 180,000 829,500 L-15 Program Code 001-8300 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 35,000 35,000 - 0 0 11,500 11,500 5,400 5,400 60,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 130,300 130,300 457,400 457,400 0 0: 17,200 17,200 17,200 17,200 474,600 474,600 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-16 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 033 Street Sweeping Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET L-17 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Street Sweeping 033-8600 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 26,200 9,300 0 - 0 101,456 126,627 249,500 272,000 372,500 372,500 0 0 66,000 0 125,000 45,000 41,190 42,000 42,000 0 0 0 142,646 168,627 383,700 281,300 497,500 417,500 142,646 168,627 383,700 281,300 497,500 417,500 142,646 168,627 383,700 II 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills 281,300 497,500 417,500 0� 0, 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-18 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Street Sweeping BASIC FUNCTIONS This activity includes the sweeping of all City streets at regular intervals and the maintenance of the City's 2,500 street trees. The contract for street sweeping is presently based on 170 miles of streets. The street sweeping program includes 10 curb miles of commercial streets, 221 curb miles of residential streets and 108 curb miles of arterial streets. Residential and arterial streets are swept twice each month and commercial streets are swept each week. These curb miles will increase in the 1995/96 fiscal year due to new tracts being accepted into the maintained system. The City presently collects an assessment from every property owner in the City to pay for arterial street sweeping costs. Also, an additional assessment is collected from property owners who are located on residential streets which are swept. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Street sweeping services are performed by a contractor for which a contract is awarded annually. The sweeping of streets ensures that the aesthetic values of Chino Hills will be maintained and it will also reduce the amount of pollutants which are discharged into storm drains during heavy rains. This objective is in accordance with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System program (NPDES) guidelines. The City Road crew is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 2,500 street trees. Many of these trees are fully mature and exceed 50 feet in height. An inventory of street trees completed in 1992 indicates Program Code 033-8600 that the City presently maintains approximately 1,000 small size trees (less than 20 feet tall), 1,000 medium size trees (20 to 30 feet tall) and over 500 large trees (over 30 feet tall). The City Road crew requires additional equipment in order to maintain trees more than 20 feet in height. The purchase of a brush truck for tree maintenance is requested in order to carry the trimmings to the City Yard where they can be shredded by a chipper (the chipper is owned by the Parks and Landscape Maintenance Department). There are sufficient reserves in the Street Sweeping Fund to finance this acquisition. Another additional equipment item is required for tree trimming. This piece of equipment, a bucket hoist truck, will be rented from the City of Chino via the Chino Valley Public Agency Cooperative (CVPAC) agreement. Most of the large trees have not been pruned in over 10 years. One of the items requested is the authorization for a one-time contract to prune the City's large trees. After all of the trees are pruned once, the Road crew should be able to maintain the trees on a routine basis. NET BUDGET CHANGE This program operation reflects a budget increase of $136,200. NET STAFF CHANGE None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Street Sweeping SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3190 Other Contractual Services 160,000 A 5620 Vehicle Rental 20,500 B 7220 Administrative Overhead 42,000 C A. This item includes $130,000 for the street sweeping contract and a $150,000 expenditure to prune the City's 2,500 street trees. The tree pruning contract is a one -time -only cost item. B. This is a new account established for the rental costs charged by the Equipment Maintenance Division for all street sweeping vehicles. C. This account provides for this Division's share of the departmental as well as the City-wide allocated administrative costs. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Two ton brush truck 45,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the Street Sweeping Fund. Program Code 033-8600 L-19 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 L-20 _ Program Public Works .ElemenU Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4315 Parts (Automotive) 5010 Land Maintenance 5225 Meter Maintenance • 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental 6010 Water 7220 Administrative Overhead Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BU®GET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Street Sweeping 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 99,933 0 0 0 647 8,575 0 0 0 0 109,155 01 0� 0� 102,398 62 i 0 6,000 01 0� 0 0 0 0 108,460 City of Chino Hills 300 600 100 0 0 4,800 184,000 0 0 0 0 120,000 0 0 104,000 0 Program Code 033-8600 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 280,000 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 280,000 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0_ 4,800 48,000 0 0 0 0 20,500 20,500 1,200 0 0 0 0 0 42,000 42,000 195,800 272,000 372,500 372,500 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total J ANNUAL BUDGET L-21 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Street Sweeping 033-8600 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 36,000 0 125,000 45,000 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 l 0 66,000 0 125,000 45,000 109,155 108,460 261,800 272,000 497,500 417,500 City of Chino Hills a (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-22 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Fund ANNUAL BUDGET L-23 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance 104-8002 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,800 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 14,000 14,000 0 0 38,800 40,000 14,000 14,000 , ,1 0 38,800 40,000 14,000 14,000 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 38,800 40,000 14,000 14,000 TOTAL' POSITIONS 01I p p l O I p l 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-24 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Sleepy Hollow Rd Maintenance 104-8002 BASIC FUNCTIONS SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This activity provides for Road maintenance and Road related capital improvements in the Sleepy Hollow Community. Sleepy Hollow road maintenance includes the following activities: * Repair of potholes * Annual restriping of pavement markings * Debris clean-up after storms * Slurry seal of all streets every 6 years PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS In 1994/95, the City completed a project which repaired all potholes, replaced failed pavement areas and slurry sealed all streets in the Sleepy Hollow community. Gas Tax funds were used for this project as the Sleepy Hollow road maintenance fund did not have sufficient funds to finance this project. As the Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance fund collects approximately $11,200 per year through a special assessment of property owners, the fund will be able to reimburse the Gas Tax fund with money collected in the 1995/96 fiscal year. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has decreased by $26,000. NET STAFF CHANGE None None SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 7810 Operating Contingency Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Improvements to Land Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFER 9010 Intertund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfer Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET L-25 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance 104-8002 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 8,800 0 0 0 0 I 0 8,800 I 0 0 I 0 0 0 30,000 0 I 0 30,000 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38,800 City of Chino Hills 40,000 0 0 40,000 0 I 0 , 0 14,000 . 14,000 0 14,000 I 14,000 ' 40,000 14,000 14,000 (Rev. 10-94) 136-112 L-26 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 500 Water Utility Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET • L-27 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code _ Public Works Water Utility 500-8110 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual ' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1,030,362 971,646 1,024,700 1,107,500 840,800 755,900 _ 6,167,071 7,590,159 7,522,200 8,272,940 9,031,200 9,181,700 2,035 4,237 1,779,700 536,200 338,300 338,300 2,242,519 411,853 2,050,000 737,500 410,000 410,000 9,441,987 8,977,895 12,376,600 10,654,140 10,620,300 10,685,900 9,441,987 8,977,895 12,376,600 10,654,140 10,620,300 10,685,900 9,441,987 8,977,895 12,376,600 10,654,140 10,620,300 10,685,900 . 17 17+� 17 17 19 I 17 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-28 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Public Works I Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS The Water Division provides water for domestic consumption, irrigation, and construction to the City of Chino Hills. There are approximately 15,000 water services serving a population of approximately 50,000. The Water Division is responsible for regular and preventative maintenance programs to ensure that safe and aesthetically pure water is delivered to its customers and water quality meets all State, Local, and Federal standards. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This program provides routine and preventative maintenance of 280 linear miles of water mains; approximately 16,000 water services; 14 storage reservoirs; 11 deep vertical wells; 10 booster stations; 2,400 fire hydrants; 1,380 water quality analysis samples; 320 backfiow devices; and approximately 15,000 meters in a service area of 46 square miles. The Water Division staff participates in a full service mode in which in- house maintenance activities are completed. Water Division staff are trained certified employees that are able to work under emergency and crises situations. Outside contractors provide very limited maintenance in the event Water Division staff resources are over extended. The Water Division's goal is to strive for continued quality service to the residents of Chino Hills through training and technological changes. Following the adoption of the 1995-96 budget, staff intends to prepare a report about water rates and any rate modification that may be required as a result of expected financial results for the new fiscal year. This report will first be presented to the Public Works Commission for their review and recommendations. Following the Commission's review, the report with possible modifications, will be presented to the City Council Activity I Program Code Water Utility 1 500-8110 for their review, discussion, and recommendations. It is also intended, that if any water rate modifications are approved by the City Council, that the rate modifications will be implemented in early Fall, 1995. A major change will occur in the Water Utility's meter reading service in this fiscal year as the City enters into a contract with Southern California Gas Company for meter reading services. This will enable the Water Utility to efficiently return to reading meters on a monthly basis which will enhance the accuracy of water bills sent to the water service customers. The estimated meter read methodology which had been used by the City for about a year had been a source of concern for the customers. The return to monthly meter reading is intended to improve customer service and increase customer satisfaction with the service. Performance Workload 92/93 93/94 94/95 95/96 Activitv Actual Actual Est. Est. Customer leaks 268 341 376 420 Meter leaks 57 104 180 212 Water main leaks 55 53 86 98 Water service leaks 76 89 112 132 New meter installations 429 508 579 620 Shut down notification 42 160 187 218 Fire hydrant maintenance 18 121 280 470 Water purchases (AF) 8,556 8,710 8,866 9,218 Water produced (AF) 3,341 3,402 3,464 3,783 Water consumed (AF) 11,897 12,112 12,330 13,001 Work orders completed 4,232 4,780 5,230 5,750 NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has increased by $31,760. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works NET STAFF CHANGE ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility None. However, a Maintenance Worker II position has been reclassified to a Senior Maintenance Worker position and two Water Meter Reader positions have been reclassified to Maintenance Worker II positions. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account No. Account Title 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2030 Clothing and Equipment 3010 Legal Services 3020 Financial Services 3035 Engineering Services 3120 Public Agency Services 4020 Printing 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4240 Pipe and Fittings 4320 Parts (Non -automotive) 4410 Chemical & Medical Supply 4425 Computer Hardware 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 5215 Purification Equipment Maintenance 5220 Water Lines and Mains Maintenance 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental 6010 Water 6025 Water Pumping Power 7020 Bond Insurance Increase 4,000 3,200 5,000 5,200 75,000 10,000 13,300 20,000 1,000 800 800 4,500 1,000 5,000 3,000 85,000 800 164,900 318,000 625,000 32,000 Primary Cause A B C D E F G H I J K L K M K N K O P Q R L-29 Program Code 500-8110 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 7110 Depreciation Expense 1,295,300 K 7120 Amortization Expense 23,900 K 7220 Administrative Overhead 316,100 S 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 11,500 T A. This increase is necessary due to the increase of water quality standards by the Department of Health Services and the proper allocations of administrative staff. B. This increase is due to the cost of providing meter readers with safety boots, jackets, and equipment that was not budgeted in 94/95 fiscal year. C. Legal service has increased due to the increased amount of contract. D. This expenditure is for the fiscal agent services and was not budgeted for in fiscal year 94/95. E. Engineering services are necessary to develop water system atlas maps and providing design of the reclaimed water system. F. The Department of Health Services and the Regional Water Quality control Board now charge for services to monitor and regulate municipalities. G. Increase due to cost of water bills, door hangers, and forms that were previously budgeted in another account. H. This budget is for materials utilized in backfill for excavations and was not budgeted in 1994/95. I. This budget is for concrete materials to maintain appropriate Water Distribution restraints and replace concrete sidewalks in the event fire hydrants are replaced and was not budgeted in 1994/95. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 1.0-94) .BG-104 J L-30 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Water Utility SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES_ (continued) J. This item consists of miscellaneous pipe and fittings for system maintenance and was not budgeted in 1994/95. K. This item was not budgeted in the 1994/95 fiscal year. L. This increase is due to the regulations set forth by the Department of Health Services to maintain a chlorine residual and will fund the purchase of chlorine. M. This increase is due to electrical repairs that have been necessitated by equipment that is aging. N. This increase is due to the procurement of contractual service to repair or replace mains on an emergency basis with an outside contractor. O. This item was not budgeted in fiscal year 1994/95 and was previously in account numbers 4310, 4315, and 5035. P. This request will fund the Water Divisions ability to purchase water directly from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California through chino Basin Watermaster. The increase is due to the anticipated growth rate within the City of Chino Hills. Q. This expense was budgeted in account number 6015 in prior years. R. This increase provides proper allocation of Public Works Administrative overhead. This was not done in previous year. S. Increase in property tax paid on well sites located outside of City. Program Code 500-8110 SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Items Cost Shelving units for storage areas 3,700 Computer Printers (2) 1,100 Facsimile Machine 1,100 Trailer: 20-foot, double -axle enclosed trailer 5,600 Health leak detector 3,800 Portable pump, trailer mounted 12,400 Hydraulic valve exerciser 6,500 Pipe tapping machine 1,600 350 kw generator with automatic switch gear and load banks 125,000 Multi -purpose saw 1,900 Radio Telemetry Units (7) 49,800 New and replacement meters 74,300 Paint and coat Canon Lane Reservoir 25,000 Paint and coat Sleepy Hollow Reservoir 25,000 ;i1►1�7I�Le� The Water Utility Division is funded by revenue generated from water sales, meter installation fees, and other charges for services. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 43 Water Distribution Supervisor 43 Water Production Supervisor 43 Customer Service Supervisor 37 Administrative Analyst 1 34 Engineering Technician II N/A Engineering Technician I 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 25 Senior Account Clerk 24 Water Quality Technician 24 Maintenance Worker II 23 Water Meter Reader 20 Maintenance Worker I Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 779,393 740,410 806,400 853,400 0 0 0 0 29,210 22,166 0 0 0 0 0 0 221,759 209,070 218,300 254,100 1,030,362 971,646 1,024,700 1,107,500 Number of Positions 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 5 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 17 17 17 City of Chino Hills 17 L-31 Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 592,200 530,600 0 0 19,600 19,600 0 0 229,000 205,700 840,800 755,900 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 4 1 1 1 1 7 6 0 0 1 1 19 17 (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 L-32 Program Public Works ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conference & Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2035 Laundry and Clothing 3010 Legal Services I 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3020 Financial Services I 3025 Medical Services 3030 Architectural & Planning Services 3035 Engineering Services 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Service 3090 Other Professional Services 3110 Computer Software Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 431 250 2,500 2,240 476 374 2,650 4,000 13 0 500 0 1,159 372 10,400 16,000 2,370 1,877 1,670 2,000 5,699 3,435 7,700 7,500 27,957 4,111 10,000 0 0 2,100 4,000 3,600 . 9,367 5,068 23,300 0 170 0 0 0 0 0 8,000 0 99,103 (1,125) 55,000 0 237 0 0 0 64,742 63,533 42,500 253,000 2,778 4,483 1,500 30,000 0 660 0 30,000 0 30,711 25,000 5,000 Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 Manager Recommended 2,100 8,000 100 2,500 5,200 3,800 5,000 2,400 5,200 0 0 75,000 0 2,500 18,000 0 15,000 Council Approved 2,100 8,000 100 2,500 5,200 3,800 5,000 2,400 5,200 0 0 75,000 0 2,500 18,000 0 15,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 3150 Weed Abatement Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4015 Advertising & Promotion 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy & Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4240 Pipe and Fittings 4245 Traffic Signs 4290 Other Construction Materials 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non Automotive) 4325 Non Automotive Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget L-33 Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1,462 154 3,200 3,000 3,000 3,000 45,958 33,243 61,950 44,400 134,600 134,600 854 102 500 0 100 100 25 0 0 0 0 0 11,414 9,420 8,000 11,500 34,800 24,800 204 1,114 300 2,500 0 0 25,208 56,904 70,170 70,000 70,400 70,400 0 892 0 0 20,000 20,000 0 0 8,000 0 1,000 1,000 3,161 16,930 0 0 800 800 566 1,358 0 2,000 1,500 1,500 0 307 0 500 0 0 1,111 18,149 19,800 22,000 0 0 1,272 3,845 5,800 7,000 0 0 558 563 7,000 0 800 800 35 482 900 800 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET L-34 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 - Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Water Utility 500-8110 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 202 344 1,200 500 5,000 5,000 4415 Photographic Supplies 28 0 0 0 0 0 4420 Computer Software Expense 436 0 2,000 31,000 3,500 3,500 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 921 242 0 0 1,000 1,000 4430 Small Tolls and Equipment 10,644 9,289 56,800 22,000 8,000 8,000 4435 Custodial Supplies 4,718 2,000 3,560 3,000 0 0 4440 Office Supplies 9,104 6,993 14,900 8,500 0 0 4445 Special Studies 0 0 5,300 0 0 0 4450 Books 3,243 203 150 700 500 500 5010 Land Maintenance 12,778 14,341 14,500 15,000 13,500 13,500 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 155,190 70,043 21,200 150,000 4,500 4,500 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 2,432 1,291 2,350 0 0 0 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 16,693 12,804 9,000 55,000 0 0 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 37,780 24,318 69,200 6,800 0 0 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 1,924 899 9,900 10,000 7,200 7,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5110 Street Repair and Maintenance 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 5215 Purification Equipment Maintenance 5220 Water Lines and Mains Maintenance 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 5310 Sanitary Sewer Line Maintenance 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5610 Land Rental 5615 Building Rental 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rental ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget L-35 Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 60 150 0 0 200 200 4,651 9,407 70,000 70,300 20,000 20,000 5,090 0 30,000 30,000 25,000 25,000 80 (32) 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 50,782 0 0 85,000 85,000 254,689 40,392 688,800 735,000 180,000 180,000 6,763 0 0 0 0 0 630 595 1,500 0 800 800 32,215 26,687 130,500 45,000 10,900 10,900 50,762 288 63,500 0 0 0 - 896 2,645 0 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 164,900 164,900 17,059 17,628 7,800 18,000 15,000 15,000 0 85 0 0 100 100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-36 Program Public Works -Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6025 Water Pumping Power 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7020 Bond Insurance Payment 7110 Depreciation Expense 7120 Amortization Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 2,272,361 2,772,030 3,369,000 3,275,000 3,447,500 3,593,000 - 510,023 616,085 589,500 600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 625,000 625,000 4,118 560 4,700 3,000 0 0 9,512 16,175 11,900 15,700 0 0 769,850 1,511,976 1,464,800 1,756,800 1,438,900 1,438,900 0 474,700 60,000 486,100 486,100 486,100 0 0 32,000 0 32,000 32,000 1,185,032 1,237,686 0 0 1,295,300 1,295,300 6,557 6,557 0 0 23,900 23,900 452,500 400,000 400,000 400,000 701,100 716,100 2,104 2,877 0 5,000 16,500 16,500 7,649 0 6,000 7,000 5,000 5,000 12,047 807 1,800 3,500 0 0 6,167,071 7,590,159 7,522,200 8,272,940 9,031,200 9,181,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvements 8030 Buildings 8040 Improvements Other than Buildings 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment 8420 Water Meters Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Water Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual, Budget Budget 0 0 390,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,064,200 200,000 ! 0 0 0 0 0 0 29,300 60,000 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 73,000 153,200 2,035 4,237 223,200 73,000 2,035 4,237 1,779,700 536,200 2,242,519 411,853 2,242,519 411,853 8,411,625 8,006,249 City of Chino Hills 2,050,000 2,050,000 11,351,900 737,500 737,500 9,546,640 L-37 Program Code 500-8110 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 3,700 3,700 , 50,000 50,000 2,200 2,200 1,500 1,500 . 0 0 206,600 206,600 74,300 74,300 338,300 338,300 _ 410,000 410,000 410,000 410,000 9,779,500 9,930,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-38 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 501 Sewer Utility Fund ANNUAL BUDGET L-39 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Sewer Utility 501-8120 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 19,276 153,541 145,200 277,900 125,900 125,900 2,060,885 1,887,114 3,405,010 2,031,800 2,648,300 2,652,800 0 0 86,000 36,500 205,000 205,000 265,035 120,000 258,000 414,900 0 0 2,345,196 2,160,655 3,894,210 2,761,100 2,979,200 2,983,700 2,345,196 2,160,655 3,894,210 2,761,100 2,979,200 2,983,700 TOTAL FUNDING 2,345,196 2,160,655 3,894,210 2,761,100 2,979,200 2,983,700 _ TOTAL POSITIONS II 3` 3 �) 3 I 4 �I 4` 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-40 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Public Works I Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS This Sewer Division is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and upgrading of the existing sewer facilities and sewer pipe system. The Division is also responsible for bringing the City into compliance with the regulations of the State Health Services, the State Water Resources, the State Water Quality Control Boards, and the Chino Basin Municipal Water District. This activity includes the following programs: ' Raw sewer monitoring Sewer system maintenance Sewer lift station operation ' Video sewer main inspection • Preparation of master plan PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The City's sewer system may be divided into two systems: pre-1985 and post-1985 systems. The pre-1985 system includes Los Serranos and Woodview areas, which consist of approximately 5,000 residential units. As of December 31, 1994, the total equivalent residential dwelling units (EDU) of sewer was approximately 17,300 EDUs. More than two thirds of the City's sewer system is less than 10 years old. Therefore, capital improvements including replacement and repair of the existing system are minimal. In the past three years, the sewer system has expanded at an average rate of about 600 houses and 5,000 feet of sewer lines per year. A new sewage lift station will be added to the system by July 1, 1995. Therefore, daily operation and maintenance of the system continues to increase. A video survey needs to be conducted to establish records and a future systemized maintenance program on the existing system. Activity I Program Code Sewer Utility 1 501-8120 A master plan will be needed for future expansion. The employees in the Sewer Division also work on the City's drainage system. The amount of time spent on each function is estimated to be 70% for sewer and 30% for drainage. For this reason, salaries and benefits are divided between sewer (70% of $179,830 = $125,882) and drainage in that same ratio. Therefore, $125,900 is budgeted in the Sewer fund (501). NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $222,600. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 500 A 2030 Clothing and Equipment 500 A 3010 Legal Services 1,000 B 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 2,700 B 3035 Engineering Services 50,000 B 3090 Other Professional Services 45,000 B 3120 Public Agency Services 1,000 B 3190 Other Contractual Services 21,600 C 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 2,000 B 4240 Pipes and Fittings 5,000 B City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Sewer Utility SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 4245 Traffic Signs 500 B 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 2,200 D 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 1,500 E 5010 Land Maintenance 3,800 B 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 2,000 B 5310 Sanitary Sewer Line Maintenance 25,000 B 5620 Vehicle Rental 52,200 B 6015 Electricity 4,200 D 7110 Depreciation Expense 293,200 B 7220 Administrative Overhead 187,400 F 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 1,000 B A. This account was underbudgeted in the previous fiscal year. B. This item was not budgeted last fiscal year. C. This increase is due to the Chino Basin Municipal Water District treatment fee required for an addition of approximately 600 new building units in 1995-96. D. This account's costs increased due to the addition of a new sewer lift station to the sewer system in the new fiscal year. E. The primary cause of the increase in this account was due to the consolidation of the Parts (non -automotive) account with this account. F. This account provides for this Division's share of the departmental as well as the City-wide allocated administrative costs. Program Code 501-8120 SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Sewer System Cleaning Machine 200,000 Telemetry System 5,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the Sewer Utility Fund. L-41 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 1 1 ANNUAL BUDGET L-42 ' PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Sewer Utility 501-8120 1995-96 Account Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual ' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 13,659 116,474 112,300 213,100 88,400 88,400 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 0 0 0 0 0 1020 Overtime Salaries 459 3,671 0 0 2,900 2,900 1030 Contract Employees 0 0 0 0 0 0 Various Fringe Benefits 5,158 33,396 32,900 64,800 34,600 34,600 . Total 19,276 153,541 145,200 277,900 125,900 125,900 Number of Positions Salary 1995-96 Range Regular Staff Summary 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 43 Sanitation Supervisor 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 1 1 1 1 1 24 Maintenance Worker II 0 0 0 1 1 1 20 Maintenance Worker I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total 3 3 3 4 4 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles .SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 3010 Legal Services 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3020 Financial Services 3025 Medical Services 3030 Architectural and Planning 3035 Engineering Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services 3150 Weed Abatement Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising ANNUAL BUDGET L-43 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Sewer Utility 501-8120 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 669 40 1,375 200 600 600 50 0 800 800 1,300 1,300 0 0 250 100 100 100 0 130 3,700 2,400 1,000 1,000 0 295 485 700 1,200 1,200 0 905 2,700 1,500 1,300 1,300 0 0 500 0 1,000 1,000 0 2,100 2,500 0 2,700 2,700 0 0 0 3,000 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 4,200 0 50,000 50,000 0 0 25,670 0 45,000 45,000 0 440 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 200 200 1,727,585 1,448,187 3,153,500 1,814,200 1,835,800 1,835,800 0 0 0 0 100 100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET - L-44 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Sewer Utility Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4015 Advertising and Promotion 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4240 Pipes and Fittings 4245 Traffic Signs 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non -automotive) 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supply 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 1992-93 Actual 0 5,102 0 0 0 1,445 0 0 664 0 0 0 0 234 250 0 0 1993-94 Actual 490 5,575 0 0 0 0 0 3,502 120 0 0 253 0 257 0 89 0 City of Chino Hills 1993-94 Budget 100 5,600 180 0 0 2,500 0 29,900 3,175 2,600 575 1,000 1,000 13,000 450 175 0 1994-95 Budget Program Code 501-8120 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 700 800 800 200 500 500 0 2,000 2,000 2,500 1,800 1,800 0 5,000 5,000 0 500 500 10,000 0 0 2,300 0 0 1,000 200 200 0 i 0 0 1,300 3,500 3,500 1,000 0 0 2,000 3,500 3,500 500 0 0 100 200 200 0 3,800 3,800 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5110 Street Repair and Maintenance 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 5220 Water Lines and Mains Maintenance 5310 Sanitary Sewer Line Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental 6015 Electricity 6035 Telephone 7110 Depreciation Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Sewer Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget L-45 Program Code 501-8120 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 591 2,808 10,600 0 2,000 2,000 90 0 375 0 0 0 0 583 1,250 1,000 0 0 306 4,363 5,250 3,500 0 0 0 50 2,600 22,000 2,500 2,500 36 0 0 0 100 100 9,319 0 40,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 10,000 5,000 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 0 300 300 5,743 14,702 14,800 0 25,000 25,000 - 267 10,735 35,100 35,000 5,000 5,000 0 58 5,000 0 52,200 52,200 0 10,019 18,000 9,800 14,000 14,000 36 0 750 400 0 0 - 304,525 280,154 0 0 293,200 293,200 _ 0 100,000 0 100,000 282,900 287,400 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-46 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfer to other Funds 9020 Intra/Inter Agency Fund Transfers Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Sewer Utility 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 501-8120 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1 3,204 0 500 0 1,000 1,000 769 1,239 350 600 0 0 2,060,885 1,887,114 3,405,010 2,031,800 2,648,300 I 2,652,800 0 0 86,000 0 200,000 200,000 0 0 0 36,500 5,000 5,000 0 0 86,000 36,500 205,000 205,000 0 120,000 120,000 414,900 0 0 265,035 0 138,000 0 0 0 265,035 120,000 258,000 414,900 0 0 2,325,920 2,007,144 3,749,010 2,483,200 2,853,300 2,857,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Storm Channel Maintenance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L-47 Program Code 001-8121 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 54,000 54,000 0 124,200 124,200 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 0 223,200 223,200 0 223,200 223,200 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 223,200 223,200 - TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 II 0 I O n t City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-48 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works I Storm Channel Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS This activity includes storm water system management and maintenance to prevent and reduce pollutants entering the storm water system in order to bring the City into compliance with the Clean Water Act under the [National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program. This activity includes the following programs: * Water quality monitoring * Storm system maintenance and upgrade * Catch basin stenciling * Public education and awareness * Weed abatement PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This activity is established to comply with the NPDES requirements. The NPDES permit will be renewed in October 1995 for another 5 years. All required programs of the Best Management Practice (BMP) of the NPDES permit must be maintained and enhanced to improve the City's water quality and to meet additional regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency, the State Water Resources, and the Regional Water Quality Control Boards. The program objectives are: * Establish NPDES/Storm-Water funding source; * Expand annual survey and maintenance of storm facilities; * Enforce commercial and rural area discharge inspection; and * Maximize public awareness and participation. The employees in the Storm Water Division also work on the City's sewer system. The amount of time spent on each function is estimated Program Code 001-8121 to be 70% sewer and 30% drainage. For this reason, salaries and benefits are divided to 30% drainage (30% of $179,830 = $53,950) and70% sewer, therefore, $54,000 is budgeted to the Storm Water fund. One significant improvement scheduled for fiscal year 1995-96 is to install 17 trash racks at the inlets/outlets of the storm facilities along the Butterfield Ranch Road south of Soquel Canyon Parkway. The size of storm drains ranges from 24-inch reinforced concrete pipe to 8-feet by 14-feet reinforced concrete box channel. NET BUDGET CHANGE This is a new activity. NET STAFF CHANGE_ None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This is a new activity. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications Total ANNUAL BUDGET L-49 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Storm Channel Maintenance 001-8121 1995-98 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 37,900 37,900 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 1,300 1,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14,800 14,800 0 0 0 0 54,000 54,000 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved - 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 L-50 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Storm Channel Maintenance Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2030 Clothing and Equipment 3090 Other Professional Services 3150 Weed Abatement Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4240 Pipes and Fittings 4320 Parts (Non Automotive) 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5620 Vehicle Rental Total Services and Supplies 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-8121 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 20,000 20,000 0 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 25,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 0 1,800 1,800 0 0 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 0 0 0 2,500 2,500 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 800 800 0 0 0 0 22,400 22,400 0 0 0 0 124,200 124,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET L-51 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Storm Channel Maintenance 001-8121 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual' Budget Budget Recommended Approved INTERFUND TRANSFER 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Fund 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 Total Interfund Transfer 0 I 0 0 I 0 45,000 I 45,000 Grand Total 0 0 0 0 169,200 189,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-52 This page intentionally left blank. - Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 504 Solid Waste Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET _ L-53 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,436,364 0 2,481,500 2,874,900 2,874,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,436,364 0 2,481,500 2,874,900 2,874,900 0 33,600 0 37,800 0 2,402,764 0 2,443,700 0 2,436,364 0 ° I. o II 0 City of Chino Hills 2,481, 500 44,900 44,900 _ 2,830,000 2,830,000 2,874,900 2,874,900 0 I .0, (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-54 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste BASIC FUNCTIONS The Solid Waste Division is responsible for the refuse contract administration and implementation of the City's Source Reduction and Recycling Element (SRRE) and Household Hazardous Waste Element (HHWE) in order to bring the City into compliance with the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (AB939). SRRE activities include: * Implementation of source reduction programs * Education of residents and businesses about source reduction * Reduction of the use of non -recyclable materials * Reduction of residential yard waste PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The City currently contracts with San Bernardino County for the collection, recycling, treatment and disposal of household hazardous waste which is generated by the households in the City of Chino Hills. The cost of this Contract is based upon the State of California Department of Finance population figures for Chino Hills multiplied by $0.80. The contract provides for the annual household hazardous waste collection and drop off centers for City residents. As required by the California Public Resources Code, the City has developed a Household Hazardous Waste Element which identifies participation in this program to prevent the unlawful disposal of hazardous waste into our landfills and open space. Program Code Various Activities which will be focused upon to assist in accomplishing the year 2000 waste reduction goals include: * Achieve maximum public awareness and participation in source reduction, recycling and composting activities through educational activities. * Diversion of special wastes, especially bulky items, from disposal whenever possible. * Implementation of Commercial waste reduction and recycling programs. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a net increase of $393,400. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 500 A 3120 Public Agency Services 39,400 B 3140 Refuse Contract 386,300 C 4015 Advertising and Promotion 4,900 A A. This item was not budgeted last fiscal year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste Various SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) B. The budget for the contract with the County for administration of the City's household hazardous waste program is included in this account. This program's budget was included in the Non - Departmental budget in previous years. C. The increase is to provide for current growth of residential refuse and recycling services and reflects anticipated growth for fiscal year 1995/96. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund ($44,900) and the Solid Waste Fund ($2,830,000). L-55 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 L-56 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 ' Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 3120 Public Agency Services 3140 Refuse Contract 4015 Advertising and Promotion Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste 1992-93 1993,94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,402,764 0 0 0 0 0 2,402,764 0 0 2,402,764 0 City of Chino Hills 0 0 0 2,443,700 0 2,443,700 2,443,700 Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 100 100 500 500 39,400 39,400 2,830,000 2,830,000 4,900 4,900 2,874,900 2,874,900 2,874,900 2,874,900 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 011 Air Quality Project Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET L-57 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Air Quality Project 011-2710 - 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 - 0� 0�. 0� 0 0 0, City of Chino Hills L (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-58 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Air Quality Project This activity is responsible for the implementation of programs to increase air quality as mandated by Federal and State regulations. The funding for this program is provided by a $4 surcharge on vehicle registrations as established by Assembly Bill 2766. The projects that may be funded include traffic signals with interconnect systems, funding of Traffic Management Organizations, conversion or purchase of low to zero emission vehicles, and other projects that will reduce pollutant emissions in the Southern California area. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This year, the preparation of a traffic model in conformance with the San Bernardino County Congestion Management Plan is proposed. This will be completed in conjunction with the Chino model which will provide a substantial savings to the City of Chino Hills. Additionally, a traffic signal will be constructed at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Village Center Drive. The appropriation for this signal was approved by the City Council in the 1994-95 fiscal year. NET BUDGET CHANGE This is a new budget activity. NET STAFF CHANGE Z= Program Code 011-2710 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This is a new budget activity. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the Air Quality Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3035 Engineering Services 7220 Administrative Overhead Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Air Quality Project 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual, Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills L-59 Program Code 011-2710 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 20,000 20,000 5,500 5,500 25,500 25,500 25,500 25,500 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-60 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Safety Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET L-61 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Animal Control 001-6400 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 78,770 83,116 60,800 71,500 73,700 73,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78,770 63,116 60,800 71,500 73,700 73,700 78,770 63,116 78,770 63,116 f 0 �I City of Chino Hills 60,800 71,500 60,800 71,500 0I 0 73,700 73,700 73,700 73,700 0I 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-62 Program Public Safety BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Animal Control The Animal Control Division manages the contract for animal care and control services. This Contract provides for the collection of license fees as well as the enforcement of City Ordinances and local laws pertinent to animal control. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The animal care and control services are provided via a contract with the Pomona Valley Humane Society. The services provided by the contract includes all humane animal work of picking up and disposing of stray, unwanted, injured or dead animals, enforcement of animal related City Ordinances and State Laws, provides ambulance service and maintains and operates a suitable and sanitary animal shelter. This contract also provides for the collection of all kennel licenses and impound fees, conducts educational and related programs for the humane treatment of animals, and sponsors and publicizes low-cost vaccination clinics. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $2,200 NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 001-6400 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3190 Other Contractual Services 2,200 A A. The primary cause of this increase is due to an expected increase in the contract with the Humane Society. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Safety Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3190 Other Contractual Services Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Animal Control 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 78,770 63,116 60,800 71,500 78,770 I 63,116 60,800 I 71,500 78,770 63,116 60,800 71,500 City of Chino Hills L-63 Program Code 001-6400 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 73,700 73,700 73,700 I 73,700 73,700 1 73,700 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-64 This page intentionally left blank. - Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 551 Equipment Maintenance Fund ANNUAL BUDGET L-65 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Equipment Maintenance 551-8200 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council - Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0: 0 0 0 0 376,800 376,800 0 0 0 0 130,000 130,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 506,800 506,800 0 0 0 0 506,800 506,800 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 506,800 506,800 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 {I 0` 0 11 0 I' 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET L-66 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Equipment Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS The Equipment Maintenance Division provides or coordinates repairs for required maintenance and servicing of all City motorized and trailered equipment used for all City activities. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This program provides routine and heavy maintenance of six medium to heavy dump trucks, six tractors, 36 pick up trucks, seven 4 x 4 vehicles, seven light to heavy vans, one sewer -line cleaning truck, two forklifts and 25 trailer units. The Division's goals are for continued improvement of vehicle maintenance through an increase in the preventative maintenance program. Otherwise, due to the increasing age of the City's fleet of equipment, the Equipment Maintenance Division could see an increase in equipment repair cost and increased downtime of equipment. This may restrict the availability of equipment due to equipment downtime. Hopefully, this may not affect the City departments when an emergency arises and the equipment is needed. The Equipment Maintenance Division is operated on a revolving fund basis with revenues generated from rental charges used to finance maintenance, fuel, insurance, and other costs for equipment, as well as the operational cost and overhead of the Division. The rental charges are received from the various City Departments/Divisions who will be using the equipment. Program Code 551-8200 from depreciation expenses which is being included with other expenditures in calculating the, rental charges. The depreciation generated cash will be accumulated in an Equipment Replacement Reserve and this reserve will be drawn upon when a particular equipment item needs to be replaced. NET BUDGET CHANGE This is a new activity. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This is a new activity. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost 3/4 ton mid -size pickup truck (2) 30,000 3/4 ton full-size pickup truck (2) 50,000 1 ton full-size pickup truck (2) 50,000 FUNDING For the near future, capital outlay will be financed from funds transferred This activity is charged to the Equipment Maintenance Fund. from the City Fund for which the equipment is being used. It is intended that in the future, capital outlay will be financed from cash generated City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICE AND SUPPLIES 3120 Public Agencies Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4110 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non - Automotive) 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4450 Books 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 7110 Depreciation Expense Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET L-67 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Equipment Maintenance 551-8200 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 800 800 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 I 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 39,800 39,800 0 0 0 0 6,000 6,000 0 0 0 0 8,200 8,200 _ 0 0 0 0 1,800 1,800 0 0 0 0 4,600 4,600 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 90,400 90,400 0 0 0 0 222,900 222,900 0 0 0 0 376,800 376,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 _ ., Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8060 Vehicles Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Public Works Equipment Maintenance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills Program Code 551-8200 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 130,000 130,000 0 130,000 I 130,000 0 506,800 506,800 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET L-69 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual, Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 140,500 140,500 0 0 0 70,600 306,600 306,600 0 0 0 27,600 27,500 27,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 98,200 474,600 474,600 0 0 0 98,200 474,600 474,600 0 0 0 98,200 474,600 474,600 II 3I 3II 3I 3 3.I 3.� City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-70 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works I Facilities Maintenance BASIC FUNCTION The Facilities Maintenance Division provides for the repairs and maintenance of all buildings at the Civic Center, City Yard, and other facilities. Added responsibilities this year include the snack bar at the Community Park and the Butterfield Recreation Building. This Division provides shipping and receiving services for City Departments and Divisions. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This Division is responsible for the repairs and maintenance of over 21,000 square feet of office space at the Civic Center, 7,200 square feet of building shell at the library, 3500 square feet of office space at the City Yard, 1,440 square feet of storage bins, and approximately 3 acres of parking, outdoor storage, work areas and a refueling site at the City Yard. A major part of the repairs and maintenance (including custodial maintenance) is accomplished via contracts with firms who specialize in these activities. Division staff provides various repairs and maintenance services in cases of emergencies or when it is more efficient than engaging a contractor to perform needed repairs. The division's goal is to provide efficient and responsive building maintenance services. This will continue to be the goal even though recent additions of new buildings and the increased age of current buildings may impact the divisions current level of maintenance. Several expenditure category budgets have been transferred to this activity's budget for the 1995-96 fiscal year for the purpose of consolidating all building maintenance expenditures within one division. These categories were transferred from the Non -Departmental budget and include the gas, electric, and telephone utility budgets as well as other building maintenance expenditure budgets. NET BUDGET CHANGE Program Code This budget has increased by $376,400. NET STAFF CHANGE. None 001-2510 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2025 Education and In -Service Training 900 A 3190 Other Contractual Service 1,500 B 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 5,200 C 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 500 A 4290 Other Construction Materials 500 A 4415 Photography Supplies 700 A 4445 Special Supplies 5,000 D 5010 Land Maintenance 30,500 C 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 10,000 B 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 17,500 A 6015 Electricity 91,100 C 6030 Gas 3,500 C 6035 Telephone 68,100 C A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. B. The primary cause of this increase was due to increased maintenance responsibilities. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Facilities Maintenance C. This account was transferred from the Non -Departmental budget this fiscal year. D. This account increase is for supplies for the Adopt -A -Roadway program. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Storm drain inlet and asphalt berm for City Yard 5,000 Security lighting for City Yard 3,500 Barcode scanner, software and labels 6,500 Additional security alarm system for City Yard 2,500 Sidewalk installation and plant material restoration at the Civic Center 10,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. L-71 Program Code 001-2510 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 136-104 L-72 Program Public Works Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 43 Facilities Maintenance Supervisor 21 Storekeeper 20 Facilities Maintenance Worker Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 97,900 97,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,700 4,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,900 37,900 0 0 0 0 140,500 140,500 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3I 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGET L-73 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Works Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 - Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 0 0 0 2,400 300 300 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 0 0 0 900 900 2030 Clothing and Equipment 0 0 0 800 400 400 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 0 0 0 500 500 500 3190 Other Contractual Services 0 0 0 38,300 39,800 39,800 4030 Photocopy and Reprographic 0 0 0 300 5,500 5,500 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 0 0 0 0 500 500 4290 Other Construction Materials 0 0 0 0 500 500 4415 Photography Supplies 0 0 0 0 700 700 - 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 0 0 0 1,800 1,800 1,800 4435 Custodial Supplies 0 0 0 9,000 9,000 9,000 _ 4440 Office Supplies 0 0 0 300 300 300 4445 Special Supplies 0 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 4450 Books 0 0 0 300 200 200 4455 Films and Video 0 0 0 0 300 300 5010 Land Maintenance 0 0 0 0 30,500 30,500 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 0 0 0 16,000 26,000 26,000 - City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-74 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5490 Other Structure Repair and Maintenance 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvement 8040 Improvement Other than Buildings 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Public Works Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 4,000 400 400 0 0 0 3,000 2,600 2,600 0 0 0 0 17,500 17,500 _ 0 0 0 2,500 1,200 1,200 0 0 0 0 91,100 91,100 0 0 0 0 3,500 3,500 0 0 0 400 68,100 68,100 0 0 0 79,600 306,600 306,600 0 0 0 13,000 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 4,900 6,000 6,000 0 0 0 3,500 6,500 6,500 0 0 0 27,600 27,500 27,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Works Facilities Maintenance Element/- Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Grand Total 0 0 0 107,200 L-75 Program Code 001-2510 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 334,100 334,100 - City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-76 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET M-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Administration 001-1100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 163,800 166,900 166,900 Services and Supplies 0 0 0 324,800 104,100 104,100 _ Capital Outlay 0 0 0 2,800 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0 0 0 491,400 271,000 271,000 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 0 0 491,400 271,000 271,000 _ TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 491,400 271,000 271,000 _ TOTAL POSITIONS �I O I 0 �I 0 I 3 II 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-2 Program Human and Leisure BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Community Services The Administration section of the Community Services Division is responsible for overall directing the services and programs of the Community Services Division. Significant tasks and areas of responsibility include: • Administration and technical support to the Parks and Recreation Commission and related subcommittees - • Emergency Preparedness and Recreation functions • Volunteer Service Program • Student Government Day/Special Ceremonies or Dedications • Human Services Contract • DARE Contract • Summer Concerts in the Park • Budget development and control • Staff development and training • Long-range planning PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Administration section of the Community Services Division has established the following goals for 1995-96: to continue to evaluate the Division's systems and programs; to evaluate and improve the budget process and monthly budget controls; to develop long-range goals and objectives; and to maintain quality customer service. In order to achieve these goals, Community Services Administration will: assist all sections in the development and evaluation of programming; monitor the budget and control expenditures; focus on long-range planning; and continue staff development to maintain the highest level of customer service. Activity I Program Code Administration 1 001-1100 Significant changes have occurred in the overall Community Services budget as assigned activities have evolved through a series of reorganizations. The principal causes of the decrease in the Administration section of the Community Services Division budget are: the transfer of risk management to the City Manager budget ($168,000); and the transfer of graffiti removal responsibilities to the Public Works Department ($4,000). The 1995-96 budget has allocated funds to more specific and appropriate accounts greatly reducing the Other Miscellaneous Expenditures account. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $220,400. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2,200 A 3120 Public Agency Services 50,000 C 4010 Legal Advertising 500 B 4020 Printing 5,000 D 4415 Photography Supplies 500 B 4445 Special Supplies 7,800 E 5030 Computer Equipment -Maintenance 1,500 F 5625 Equipment Rental 5,000 G City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Human and Leisure Community Services Administration SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES, (continued) FUNDING A. This account increases by $1,000 in odd numbered years in order to fund registration for Parks and Recreation Commissioners to attend the annual California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Conference which is held locally in odd numbered years. B. This expenditure was formerly included in the Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Account. C. This account represents the Human Services Contract which was formerly included in the Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Account. D. The increase in this account is due to the inclusion of concert banners which were funded through the Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Account in prior years and the cost of welcome/ information folders planned this year ($1,300). E. The increase in this account is due to the need to budget for special supplies and services necessary to share in the estimated costs ($10,000) of relocating the portable kindergarten building at the former Rolling Ridge Elementary School site and equipping the facility for recreation programming; and due to increased participation in the Volunteer Service Program. F. A budget for this account had not been recorded in the past and is necessary. G. A budget for the cost of photocopying has not been recorded in the past ($2,000) and the cost for stage rental for the concert series was formerly included in the Other Miscellaneous Expenditures account ($3,000). SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Program Code 001-1100 All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 M-4 Program Human and Leisure Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 49 Community Services Manager 36 Community Services Coord. 29 Administrative Secretary Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Administration 001-1100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 118,400 118,200 118,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,700 5,700 5,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41,700 43,000 43,000 0 0 0 163,800 166,900 166,900 Number of Positions 1995-96 _ 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Human and Leisure Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3025 Medical Services 3120 Public Agencies Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Community Services I Administration 1992-93 Actual 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1993-94 Actual 1993-94 1994-95 Budget Budget M-5 Program Code 001-1100 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 700 600 600 0 0 0 2,200 2,200 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 0 0 8,300 9,400 9,400 0 0 0 500 500 0 0 1,700 6,700 6,700 0 0 2,500 700 700 0 0 151,000 0 0 0 0 17,100 0 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 0 500 500 0 0 1,200 500 500 0 0 6,000 5,600 5,600 0 0 6,300 14,100 14,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 = M-6 Program Human and Leisure .Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4450 Books 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5625 Equipment Rental 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Administration 001-1100 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 100 I 100 100 0 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 1,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 125,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 324,800 104,100 104,100 0 0 0 2,800 0 0 0 0 0 2,800 0 0 0 0 0 327,600 104,100 104,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J ANNUAL BUDGET M-7 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 = Program Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 176,236 290,846 304,700 157,800 74,200 74,200 - Services and Supplies 145,946 135,727 122,900 79,700 67,700 29,700 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 y TOTAL EXPENDITURES 322,182 426,573 427,600 387,500 141,900 103,900 _ Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 322,182 426,573 427,600 387,500 141,900 103,900 TOTAL FUNDING 322,182 426,573 427,600 387,500 141,900 103,900 TOTAL POSITIONS I 3 I 8 8 I 3 I) 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 �:? Program Human and Leisure BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Community Services The Recreation section (099) of the Community Services Division is responsible for conducting the following program and service areas: • Kid's Klub After School Program and Day Camp Program • Community Sports Council • Gazebo Reservations • Recreation Brochure • Recreation section public counter • Kid's Klub After School Program and Day Camp Program • Adult Sports • Pee Wee Sports • Tiny Tots Program • Aquatics Program • Contracted Classes • Special Events • ' Volunteen" Program PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This portion of the Recreation section budget reflects the operations supported by the General Fund including general recreation counter/office operation, publication of the recreation brochure/community newsletter, and 50% of the salaries and benefits of full-time staff members (3). In prior budgets, the salaries and benefits of full-time staff were supported by the General Fund. Pursuant to the City Council's direction that recreation programs be self-supporting, this budget reflects a reduced impact on the General Fund by moving 50% of the salaries and benefits of full-time staff to the Recreation Fund (Fund 099) Activity Program Code Recreation (Non -Fee) 1 001-0900 The Recreation section has established the following goals for 1995- 1996: to provide efficient and enthusiastic services to the public; to be responsive to expressed programming needs; to expand programs focusing on teens; to provide sufficient report and analysis for evaluation of programming effectiveness; to seek additional facilities to broaden class offerings. In order to achieve these goals, the Recreation section will seek full utilization of computerized class registration; create reports to summarize financial data, participant trends and program costs; focus on long-range planning to meet community expectations; continue to train and develop staff, continue to work with the Chino Unified School District to seek long term facility use alternatives to enhance the Kid's Klub After School and Day Camp Programs. The principal cause of decrease in this budget is that a $150,000 capital outlay was included in the prior year budget; and that 50% of the salaries and fringe benefits ($74,200) have been moved to the Recreation Fund (Fund 099). The position titles and position count are being reported only in the Recreation (Fee) activity budget, even though a portion of the salaries and fringe benefits is being reported in this activity. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has a decrease of $283,600. NET STAFF CHANGE None r City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-9 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2025 Education and In -Service Training 500 A 4420 Computer Software Expense 1,400 B 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 500 C 5625 Equipment Rental 2,000 C 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 6,000 D A. The increase in this account is to provide computer training required due to software standardization, and for tuition reimbursement and supervisory training for which amounts were not budgeted in the prior year. B. A budget for this account had not been recorded in the past. $1,400 has been designated to purchase software in order to standardize programs used throughout the City. C. A budget for this account had not been recorded in the past. D. City Council has provided funding to a citizen volunteer Fourth of July event for the prior two years. $6,000 has been allocated to Other Miscellaneous Expenditures to fund this type of event/activity in the event that the City Council authorize financial support of such activities. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 M-10 Program Human and Leisure Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications N/A Community Services Director 49 Community Services Manager 49 Senior Park Planner N/A Landscape Architect Planner 41 Park Planner 41 Recreation Supervisor 36 Community Services Coord. N/A Water Conserv. Specialist 34 Recreation Coordinator 29 Administrative Secretary 25 Secretary Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 135,666 170,256 169,100 102,700 52,650 52,650 0 4,381 36,800 15,000 0 0 1,472 2,807 2,000 1,000 2,550 2,550 0 50,748 39,400 0 0 0 39,098 62,654 57,400 39,100 19,000 19,000 176,236 290,846 304,700 157,800 74,200 74,200 Number of Positions 1995-96 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Manager Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Recommended 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 8 8 3 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGET M-11 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council _ Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 601 705 800 500 300 300 2015 Conferences and Meetings 565 818 1,000 1,700 1,900 1,900 2020 Auto Mileage 47 138 300 700 300 300 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 0 0 1,600 2,100 2,100 2030 Clothing and Equipment 174 128 800 3,000 0 0 3090 Other Professional Services 107,505 43,075 50,000 0 0 0 3130 Insurance Claims Administration 21 107 0 0 0 0 - 3135 Special Studies 1,164 42,368 10,000 4,300 0 0 3190 Other Contractual Services 6,936 4,458 5,000 0 0 0 ' 4010 Legal Advertising 255 258 0 0 0 0 4020 Printing 2,458 2,484 7,500 35,700 37,000 7,000 , 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 0 333 0 500 0 0 - 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 1,788 7,025 0 8,000 8,100 100 4310 Fuel 234 452 1,000 0 0 0 _ 4315 Parts (Automotive) 0 0 1,000 0 0 0 4415 Photography Supplies 240 192 0 100 100 100 4420 Computer Software Expense 180 5,285 5,000 0 1,400 1,400 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 M-12 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Human and Leisure Community Services I Recreation (Non -Fee) Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communication Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-0900 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 821 793 8,500 500 0 0 9,492 10,357 19,600 11,000 5,600 5,600 88 0 0 10,000 1,000 1,000 566 147 500 0 100 100 1,689 334 2,000 0 0 0 260 828 0 600 300 300 1,207 473 2,000 1,000 1,500 1,500 119 30 1,300 0 0 0 0 1,402 500 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 3,376 6,706 4,000 0 0 0 119 205 300 0 0 0 5,402 6,373 1,500 0 0 0 " 639 253 300 0 6,000 6,000 145,946 135,727 122,900 79,700 67,700 29,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) Element/ Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget CAPITAL OUTLAY 8030 Buildings 0 0 0 100,000 8040 Improvements Other Than Buildings 0 0 0 50,000 Total Capital Outlay 0 0 0 I 150,000 Grand Total 145,946 135,727 122,900 229,700 M-13 Program Code 001-0900 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved = 0 0 0 0 0 0 67,700 29,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 M-14 This page intentionally left blank. Program Human and Leisure Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 099 Recreation Fund A ANNUAL BUDGET M-15 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 d Department Activity Program Co e Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 104,948 0 292,000 286,800 286,800 18,353 105,249 511,900 79,100 277,500 277,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18,353 210,197 511,900 371,100 564,300 564,300 y 18,353 210,197 511,900 371,100 564,300 564,300 TOTAL FUNDING 18,353 210,197 511,900 371,100 564,300 564,300 _ TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 f I 3 I 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-16 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Fee) BASIC FUNCTIONS The Recreation section (099) of the Community Services Division is responsible for conducting the following program and service areas: • Kid's Klub After School Program and Day Camp Program • Adult Sports • Pee Wee Sports • Tiny Tots Program • Aquatics Program • Contracted Classes • Special Events • ' Volunteen" Program PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This portion (099) of the Recreation section budget reflects costs directly related to recreation programs, special events, and classes. The City Council formed the Recreation Fund (099) as a special revenue fund with the intent of providing recreation programs and activities that were self supported through fees and charges. For the first time since recreation programs have been offered, the Recreation Fund (099) budget will fund 50% of the salaries and benefits of full-time staff (3). The Recreation section has established the following goals for 1995- 1996: to provide efficient and enthusiastic services to the public; to be responsive to expressed programming needs; to expand programs focusing on teens; to provide sufficient report and analysis for evaluation of programming effectiveness; to seek additional facilities to broaden class offerings. Program Code 099-0900 In order to achieve these goals the Recreation section will seek full utilization of computerized class registration; create reports to summarize financial data, participant trends and program costs; focus on long-range planning to meet community expectations; continue to train and develop staff, and will continue to work with the Chino Unified School District to seek long term facility use alternatives to enhance the Kid's Klub After School and Day Camp Programs. The principal causes of the increase in the Recreation Fund (099) budget are: (a) Departments were not charged for employee medical expenses including items such as pre -employment physicals in the prior year budget ($2,000); (b) $83,500 budgeted for Chino Hills Community Park lighting costs in the Electricity account will be paid by the Adult Softball program and reimbursements from the ball field users (Community Sports groups); (c) Expanded programming/participation; and (d) $74,200 budgeted to cover 50% of the salaries and benefits of three full-time staff members has been funded by the General Fund in prior years. Our programs and classes are becoming established resulting in increased participation and expanded offerings. Our recreation staff is gaining a reputation for offering quality programs in the areas of Kid's Klub, Aquatics, Tiny Tots, Pee Wee Sports, and special events. The number of contract classes and programs offered have increased from 162 in the Spring 1994 Brochure to 301 in the Spring 1995 Brochure, an increase of approximately 87%. Specific programming expansions include: second Tiny Tots location; Kid's Klub Day Camp Program offered at Winter Break and Spring Break and expanded during summer, expanded adult oriented sports programs, and additional special events (i.e. Halloween Haunt). City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program ANNUAL BUDGET M-17 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 Significant changes have occurred in the overall Community Services Division budget as the assigned activities have evolved through a series of reorganizations rendering comparison to previous budgets quite' cumbersome. The 1995-1996 budget has allocated funds more specifically to different activities. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $193,200. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2,400 A 3025 Medical Services 2,000 B 3120 Public Agencies Services 12,000 C 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 90,000 D 4415 Photography Supplies 5,000 C 4445 Special Supplies 4,800 C 5690 Other Rentals 10,100 E 6015 Electricity 85,000 F 6035 Telephone 3,200 C 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 12,200 G A. The increase in this account is due to the increased number of part-time staff and uniform items. B. These costs were previously budgeted by Personnel. C. This account was not previously budgeted. D. This account provides a separate and more specific account for the payment of contract instructors (previously budgeted in salary accounts). E. These costs were previously budgeted in other accounts. F. This account provides a budget for lighting at Chino Hills Community Park (these costs are reimbursed by community sports groups and adult softball). G. Increased expenditures are due to the addition of Spring and Winter Day Camp and increased participation in all Kid's Klub programs; and the consolidation of excursion ticket costs. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING Expenditures are charged to the special revenue fund (099) established at the direction of the City Council with the intent of providing recreation programs and activities self supported through fees and charges. Community Park lighting costs ($83,500) will be reimbursed by the adult softball program ($14,000) and the various community sports groups ($69,500). City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 M-18 Program Human and Leisure Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications ,. 41 Recreation Supervisor 34 Recreation Coordinator 25 Secretary Total .ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 34 0 0 52,600 52,600 0 88,747 0 133,400 203,900 203,900 0 0 0 0 2,600 2,600 0 12,837 0 150,000 0 0 0 3,530 0 8,600 27,700 27,700 0 104,948 0 292,000 286,800 286,800 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGE ' M-19 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY j FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 -Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 0 588 0 0 0 0 2015 Conferences and Meetings 70 80 I 0 0 0 0 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 0 I 0 500 500 500 2030 Clothing and Equipment 1,586 1,151 0 1,000 3,400 3,400 3020 Public Agency Services 26 0 1 0 0 0 0 3025 Medical Services 0 0 1 0 0 2,000 2,000 3090 Other Professional Services 905 71,114 0 10,000 0 0 3120 Public Agencies Services i 0 0 0 0 12,000 12,000 3135 Special Studies 2,920 9,920 1 0 0 0 0 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 0 0 0 0 85,000 85,000 3190 Other Contractual Services 6,457 868 0 0 0 0 4020 Printing 0 184 0 500 0 0 4030 Photography & Reprographic 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 0 17 0 100 0 0 4110 Liability Insurance 2,305 123 0 0 0 0 4415 Photography Supplies 0 216 0 0 5,000 5,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET M-20 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Human and Leisure Community Services Recreation (Fee) Element/ Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4460 Recreation Supplies 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5590 Office Equipment Maintenance 5615 Building Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rentals 6015 Electricity 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies Program Code 099-0900 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 5,008 0 0 0 0 3,892 877 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,000 11,700 11,700 . 117 3,868 511,900 20,000 13,100 13,100 0 88 0 0 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,109 0 25,000 24,300 24,300 0 38 0 0 0 0 y 0 0 0 0 10,100 10,100 0 0 0 0 83,500 83,500 0 0 0 0 3,200 3,200 0 0 0 12,000 23,700 23,700 a 18,353 105,249 511,900 79,100 277,500 277,500 b Grand Total { 18,353 105,249 511,900 79,100 277,500 277,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J - ANNUAL BUDGET M-21 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Safety Community Services Emergency Preparedness 001-1110 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budqet Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies I 0 0 0 12,600 21,200 21,200 Capital Outlay i 0 0 0 8,500 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES f I 0 0 0 21,100 21,200 21,200 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 0 0 21,100 21,200 21,200 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 21,100 21,200 21,200 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 oil 0, 0 1 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-22 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Public Safety Community Services Emergency Preparedness BASIC FUNCTIONS The Community Services Division is responsible for administration of the City's emergency preparedness activities. Significant tasks include: • Disaster Preparedness Training • Coordination of Chino Hills Auxiliary Radio Team (CHART) • Oversight of Hazardous Material Cleanup responsibility • Coordination of disaster reimbursement claims • Emergency Operations Center facility preparedness • Coordinate disaster/damage information with San Bernardino County, State of California PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Community Services Division seeks to ensure and maintain an appropriate level of readiness for emergency response. Incremental improvement is realized annually. Community Services will seek to further develop and implement programs which will improve our level of readiness including: continued participation in the Coordinated Emergency Management Organization (CEMO); coordination of the next level of disaster preparedness training for key staff; start-up of Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training for citizens; additional purchase of emergency food and water supplies; and continued support and development of the CHART organization. NET BUDGET CHANGE Program Code This activity reflects an increase of $100. NET STAFF CHANGE None 001-1110 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2030 Clothing and Equipment 1,500 A 3120 Public Agency Services 1,000 B 3190 Other Contractual Services 10,000 C A. Purchase of vests for CHART members and staff. B. To fund CERT training and supplies. C. This item, not budgeted in previous years, is for hazardous waste incident cleanup services. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None. FUNDING Significant changes have occurred in the overall Community Services budget as the assigned activities have evolved through a series of All expenditures are charged to the General Fund reorganizations rendering comparison to previous budgets quite cumbersome. The 1995-96 budget has allocated funds more specifically to different activities and accounts. City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-104 Program Public Safety Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 3120 Public Agency Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET All-23 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Emergency Preparedness 001-1110 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 _ 0 0 0 0 10,000 10,000 0 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,100 1,100 0 0 0 200 200 200 0 0 0 5,700 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 12,600 21,200 21,200 0 0 0 8,500 0 0 0 0 0 8,500 0 0 0 0 0 21,100 21,200 21,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 M-24 This page intentionally left blank. a CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET - N-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 675,717 602,371 752,500 892,100 661,000 661,000 Services and Supplies 3,553,080 3,301,181 14,902,660 3,951,440 5,492,200 5,492,200 Capital Outlay 431,691 847,036 2,160,300 2,372,700 18,000 18,000 Interfund Transfers 3,974,286 3,506,289 3,507,660 3,420,310 3,582,100 3,580,700 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 8,634,774 R 8,256,877 21,323,120 10,636,550 9,953,300 9,951,900 Fund . . Code Fund Title 026 Administration Fund 722,149 1,086,969 1,578,150 1,397,700 1,264,300 1,264,300 030 Open Space Fund 706,934 107,054 580,100 433,290 560,000 560,000 031 Park Maintenance Fund 117,163 77,005 239,500 143,510 217,400 217,400 032 Commercial 1-C Fund 723,758 770,685 740,030 671,730 339,100 339,100 034 Undeveloped Land Fund 0 0 0 0 23,200 23,200 040 Rolling Ridge 1-A Fund 1,544,168 1,147,453 2,133,600 1,181,400 1,074,800 1,074,800 045 Los Ranchos 1-H Fund 2,165,260 2,219,661 7,775,890 2,950,720 2,086,500 2,086,500 046 Los Ranchos 1-1 Fund 54,227 36,793 54,400 34,270 23,500 23,500 050 Oaks 1-B Fund 150,592 152,856 279,560 129,580 144,500 144,500 051 Oaks 1-D Fund 729,290 793,274 1,878,640 1,246,730 1,128,100 1,128,100 055 Woodview 1-K Fund 37,278 36,571 77,450 19,260 15,800 15,800 = 060 Carbon Canyon 1-N Fund 5,627 5,321 9,010 2,320 4,700 3,300 061 Carbon Canyon 1-P Fund 48,689 40,625 432,590 167,800 74,600 74,600 062 Carbon Canyon 1-T Fund 0 0 0 1,120 3,200 3,200 065 Butterfield 1-DD Fund 429,365 487,383 1,027,170 586,980 379,900 379,900 071 Rincon 1-M Fund 345,521 705,877 1,187,725 384,910 282,900 282,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102a L ANNUAL BUDGET N-2 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 Fund 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Fund Title Actual Actual I Budget Budget Recommended Approved 121 Los Ranchos Arterial Fund 672,280 500,602 3,071,705 1,169,580 2,230,300 2,230,300 122 Oaks Arterial Fund 168,192 86,086 200,990 102,230 83,000 83,000 123 Woodview Arterial Fund 3,225 1,871 35,850 2,650 2,700 2,700 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fund 11,056 792 20,760 10,770 14,800 14,800 TOTAL FUNDING 8,634,774 8,256,877 21,323,120 10,636,550 9,953,300 9,951,900 TOTAL POSITIONS + II 13 I 13 II 13 I 15 I� 16 I 16 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102b Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1 995-9 6 Department Activity Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance The Parks and Landscape Department is responsible for capital improvements, landscape maintenance, pest control, fertilization and tree care for the landscape common areas and parks throughout the Landscape and Lighting District Zones In addition, graffiti removal services are provided within those areas. Maintenance of open space areas, including weed abatement, cleanup of minor drainage structures, and erosion repair are also functions of the Department. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goals of the Department are to provide appropriate levels of maintenance for public safety, aesthetics, and responsiveness to homeowners. Landscape maintenance contractors perform a majority of the work and are supported by staff. Staff performs most of the duties involving maintenance of the Open Space. Recently the Department has begun a program of plant restoration which continues in this budget. Ultimately it is planned that all plant material will require less maintenance and be drought resistant. Last fiscal year a program was also begun to retrofit faulty irrigation systems. This program continues on a Zone wide basis. It is anticipated that this will provide a savings in water usage. Improvement projects contained within this document provide for park expansion, resolution of health and safety issues, and to accommodate requests made by residents. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $684,650. NET STAFF CHANGE Program Code Various N-3 This budget reflects a net increase of one position: there are increases of one Administrative Analyst I position, one Senior Landscape Specialist position, and two Senior Maintenance Worker positions; and a deletion of one Planner I position, and two Maintenance Worker II positions. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 500 A 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3,000 A 2030 Clothing and Equipment 12,500 B 3010 Legal Services 10,000 B 3020 Financial Services 15,000 C 3150 Weed Abatement Services 9,000 D 3190 Other Contractual Services 27,600 D 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 1,000 D 4210 Turf Care Supplies 4,500 C 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 25,000 C 4225 Cement and Concrete 6,000 C 4245 Traffic Signs 1,500 C 4290 Other Construction Materials 10,000 C 4320 Parts (Non -Automotive) 31,100 C 4415 Photography Supplies 6,000 D 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4,200 B 4435 Custodial Supplies 1,500 D 5010 Land Maintenance 189,360 E 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 24,000 F 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 N-4 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 800 G 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 19,900 B 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 1,050 D 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 8,000 C 5610 Land Rental 8,000 C 5620 Vehicle Rental 104,300 C 6010 Water 75,600 D 6015 Electricity 6,350 D 7220 Administrative Overhead 1,524,400 C A. The principal cause of the increase was a result of a need for training and education to meet requirements contained within the Memorandum of Understanding as well as to provide training for management. B. The principal cause of the increase was a result of not having a budget for this item or not having budgeted a sufficient amount in FY 94-95 for this item. C. The principal cause of the increase was a result of the new budget format which resulted in creation of, or changes in, line items titles and descriptions. D. The principal cause of the increase resulted from the acceptance of new landscape areas or as a result of cost increases from other agencies. E. The principal cause of the increase was due to a need to perform additional tree pruning and removal. F. The principal increase resulted because of a need to retrofit the existing irrigation system. G. The principal increase resulted form increased maintenance as a result of new purchases. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Staff Work Station 2,500 Disc Trailer 10,000 Tank Tractor Attachment 3,000 Trailer 2,500 FUNDING Funds for this program are derived from assessments collected from parcels included within the Landscape and Lighting District. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landcape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 Account Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budqet Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 515,733 494,453 557,100 642,600 595,100 595,100 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 0 0 0 12,200 12,200 1020 Overtime Salaries 6,601 6,960 16,400 600 27,000 27,000 1030 Contract Employees 0 1,576 16,300 32,500 0 0 Various Fringe Benefits 153,383 99,382 162,700 216,400 226,700 226,700 Total 675,717 602,371 I 752,500 892,100 861,000 861,000 Number of Positions Salary 1995-96 Range Regular Staff Summary 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 69 Parks and Lndscpe. Director 0 0 0 1 1 1 60 Parks and Lndscpe. Manager 0 1 1 0 0 0 53 Senior Park Planner 0 0 0 1 1 1 43 Parks & Lndscpe. Supervisor 1 1 1 0 0 0 41 Park Planner 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 43 Senior Landscape Specialist 0 0 0 0 1 1 37 Administrative Analyst I 1 0 0 0 1 1 32 Lndscpe. Contract Specialist 3 3 3 3 3 3 29 Administrative Secretary 0 0 0 1 1 1 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 3 3 3 3 5 5 24 Maintenance Worker II 4 4 4 4 2 2 20 Maintenance Worker I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total 13 13 13 15 16 16 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J ANNUAL BUDGET N-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 281 290 600 1,500 700 700 2015 Conferences and Meetings 580 1,379 1,500 1,500 2,000 2,000 2020 Auto Mileage 53 0 0 0 0 0 2025 Education and In -Service Training 745 315 4,000 4,000 7,000 7,000 2030 Clothing and Equipment 3,284 1,434 14,000 3,000 15,500 15,500 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 2,052 2,146 1,600 4,000 2,000 2,000 3010 Legal Services 37,116 23,927 25,000 15,000 25,000 25,000 _ 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 1,756 800 0 0 0 0 3020 Financial Services 21,203 0 0 0 15,000 15,000 3025 Medical Services 215 199 0 0 0 0 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 3,450 15,109 0 55,000 5,000 5,000 3035 Engineering Services 12,562 8,904 10,000 30,000 5,000 5,000 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Service 48,087 0 0 0 0 0 3045 Appraisal Services 8,563 7,469 0 30,000 15,000 15,000 3090 Other Professional Services 40,161 94,327 20,000 20,000 5,000 5,000 3120 Public Agency Services 2,550 100 0 0 0 0 3135 Special Studies 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94)' BG-112 J ANNUAL BUDGET N-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 3150 Weed Abatement Services 6,116 36 0 1,000 10,000 10,000 3190 Other Contractual Services 150,943 2,043 77,000 75,400 103,000 103,000 4010 Legal Advertising 6,931 1,414 15,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 4020 Printing 7,011 4,013 10,000 5,000 1,000 1,000 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 363 333 0 1,000 2,000 2,000 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 3,382 402 6,200 1,200 500 500 4120 Vehicle Insurance 0 0 3,500 3,500 0 0 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 55 0 0 0 0 0 4210 Turf Care Supplies 8,023 943 0 0 4,500 4,500 4215 Landscape Supplies 38,804 15,011 0 34,000 30,500 30,500 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 0 0 0 0 25,000 25,000 4225 Cement and Concrete 0 0 0 0 6,000 6,000 4245 Traffic Signs 0 209 0 0 1,500 1,500 4290 Other Construction Materials 2,842 512 0 2,000 12,000 12,000 4310 Fuel 9,143 10,602 30,800 13,000 0 0 4315 Parts (Automotive) 1,158 7,539 19,700 12,000 0 0 4320 Parts (Non Automotive) 2,401 0 0 2,400 33,500 33,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 IM Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 4460 Recreation Supplies 5010 Land Maintenance 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance J ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993.94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 152 11,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 1,403 2,519 25,000 15,000 7,500 7,500 957 175 3,000 1,000 7,000 7,000 0 0 1,500 1,500 1,000 1,000 56,355 33,081 38,700 30,000 34,200 34,200 1,269 231 0 2,500 4,000 4,000 2,820 5,033 5,800 5,700 5,500 5,500 0 0 0 500 0 0 13 554 200 2,200 1,000 1,000 699 0 0 0 0 0 1,859,942 1,788,542 2,432,400 1,658,640 1,848,000 1,848,000 41,650 5,524 0 26,000 50,000 50,000 117,886 95,038 486,940 160,940 53,000 53,000 1,920 1,781 3,600 4,800 3,000 3,000 0 0 0 200 1,000 1,000 13,383 12,499 40,000 36,700 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5610 Land Rental 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rental 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6020 Streetlight Power 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget N-9 Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1,408 499 0 2,400 2,000 2,000 20,135 13,885 0 3,500 23,400 23,400 979 7,704 12,000 19,450 20,500 20,500 0 0 20,000 0 8,000 8,000 28,505 24,046 34,000 60,000 0 0 14,065 11,039 0 2,000 10,000 10,000 21 0 0 0 104,300 104,300 17,432 8,976 35,000 35,000 7,600 7,600 0 1 0 10,000 5,000 2,000 2,000 723,750 801,875 1,015,200 1,059,000 1,134,600 1,134,600 55,157 72,292 59,800 81,150 87,500 87,500 161,613 211,788 373,750 219,920 208,000 208,000 444 0 500 500 0 0 4,093 3,745 5,000 6,600 3,000 3,000 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-10 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 7220 Administrative Overhead 7810 Operating Contingency 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Department Activity Program Code Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvements 8040 Improvements Other Than Buildings 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment 8110 Street, Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks Total Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0 1,524,400 1,524,400 0 662 10,050,170 178,540 0 0 7,351 83 200 1,200 0 0 3,553,080 3,301,181 14,902,660 3,951,440 5,492,200 5,492,200 308,625 837,550 2,116,800 2,282,700 0 0 6,852 0 0 0 0 0 302 0 0 5,000 2,500 2,500 900 0 5,000 10,000 0 0 31,094 0 0 4,000 0 0 8,492 9,486 38,500 71,000 15,500 15,500 75,426 0 0 0 0 0 431,691 847,036 2,160,300 2,372,700 18,000 18,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds 9020 Intra/Inter Agency Fund Transfers 9030 Residual Equity Transfers Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET N-11 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Parks and Landscape Administration and Maintenance Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 358,201 376,100 3,507,660 3,420,310 3,582,100 3,580,700 3,616,085 3,068,059 0 0 0 0 0 62,130 0 0 0 0 3,974,286 3,506,289 3,507,660 3,420,310 3,582,100 3,580,700 8,634,774 8,256,877 21,323,120 10,636,550 9,092,300 9,090,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-12 This page intentionally left blank. Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET N-13 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Parks and Landscape General Maintenance 001-8001 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,800 208,200 217,500 217,500 0 0 0 169,500 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 25,000 25,000 0 0 250,800 377,700 242,500 242,500 0 250,800 377,700 242,500 242,500 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 250,800 377,700 242,500 242,500 + TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 I) 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N-14 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape General Maintenance 001-8001 BASIC FUNCTIONS SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES The Parks and Landscape Department is responsible for landscape maintenance, pest control, fertilization, and tree pruning services for Account Primary the landscape common areas, the medians and City parks that are not No. Account Title Increase Cause located within Landscape and Lighting District Zones. In addition, 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 5,000 A graffiti abatement is also provided in these areas. 4225 Cement and Concrete 2,000 A 4415 Photography Supplies 500 A PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 5010 Land Maintenance 5,000 B 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 4,000 C The goal of this activity is to provide appropriate levels of maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 10,000 A in order to ensure that public safety and aesthetic considerations are 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 1,000 C met. Contractors and staff provide for the care and maintenance of turf, planter areas, trees, and weed abatement activities. In addition, A. The principal cause of the increase was a result of the prompt attention to the removal of graffiti is an objective of staff to account not being budgeted in the prior Fiscal Year. meet the above stated goal. B. The principal cause of the increase was the need for additional tree pruning. NET BUDGET CHANGE C. The increase was necessary as a result of maturation of the system and the resulting increased maintenance. This activity reflects a budget decrease of $135,200. - SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY NET STAFF CHANGE None None FUNDING This activity's budget is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 i Program Public Works Element Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 4215 Landscape Supplies 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4415 Photography Supplies 5010 Land Maintenance 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 6010 Water 6015 Electricity Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvements Total Capital Outlay M ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Parks and Landscape General Maintenance 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 184,500 135,200 0 0 5,000 1,000 0 0 0 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 1,000 0 0 50,800 45,000 0 0 5,000 6,000 0 0 250,800 208,200 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills 0 169,500 0 169,500 N-15 Program Code 001-8001 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 2,000 2,000 500 500 140,000 140,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 10,000 10,000 2,000 2,000 _ 45,000 45,000 3,000 3,000 217,500 217,500 0 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET N-16 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Parks and Landscape General Maintenance 001-8001 Element/ 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual I Budget Budget Recommended Approved INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to other Funds 0 0 0 0 25,000 25,000 Total Interfund Transfers 0 I 0 0 I 0 25,000 25,000 Grand Total 0 0 250,800 377,700 242,500 242,500 • 1 i 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET 0_1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 12,068 64,687 190,400 97,600 0 0 Services and Supplies 5,246,476 5,387,403 6,081,800 5,038,000 6,958,400 6,958,400 Capital Outlay 3,213,173 12,643,725 9,602,900 3,578,000 1,525,000 1,525,000 Interfund Transfers 11,048,652 7,124,121 17,294,700 10,511,600 6,189,100 6,189,100 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 19,520,369 25,219,936 33,169,800 19,225,400 14,672,500 14,672,500 Fund Code Fund Title Various CFD Regional 3,284,873 1,762,311 4,706,400 3,876,100 1,161,000 1,161,000 Various CFD #1 Rolling Ridge 2,987,391 3,317,053 2,773,300 2,801,900 1,351,400 1,351,400 Various CFD #2 Los Ranchos 1,303,580 2,347,358 6,280,100 3,602,900 1,159,400 1,159,400 Various CFD #4 The Oaks 1,813,880 1,408,875 2,460,100 1,130,800 684,500 684,500 Various CFD #5 Soquel Canyon 1,257,188 659,447 1,378,500 521,100 1,358,700 1,358,700 Various CFD #6 Carbon Canyon 19 1,800 18,700 4,200 4,900 4,900 Various CFD #8 Butterfield 921,189 854,043 1,938,600 650,400 1,048,700 1,048,700 Various CFD #9 Rincon 7,952,249 14,869,049 13,614,100 6,638,000 7,903,900 7,903,900 TOTAL FUNDING 19,520,369 25,219,936 33,169,800 19,225,400 14,672,500 14,672,500 TOTAL POSITIONS I� 0 1 Oil 0 I 0 0` 11 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 0-2 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service The Community Facilities Districts (CFD) are comprised of a regional district and seven local districts. The regional district was formed for the purpose of constructing regional facilities such as fire stations, libraries, and government centers. The local districts were formed to construct facilities that benefit the particular locality. The local facilities include parks, streets, and drainage facilities. The funds for financing the local CFD's are derived from a tax that is levied on residential units situated within the local districts. The regional CFD's financing comes from prorata contributions received from each of the local CFD's. The basic functions for the regional and local CFD's include construction of the facilities previously mentioned and financing the construction through issuance of debt. The debt service payments (and some construction projects) are funded through tax levy collections. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The capital projects that are planned to be designed and/or constructed within the CFD's this fiscal year include the design of Soquel Canyon Loops I and II (total of $1,000,000), construction of a traffic signal at Chino Avenue and Emerald Way ($125,000), and construction of Mystic Canyon Drive Park ($400,000). The budget for these projects total $1,525,000 for the fiscal year. Refer to the City-wide Capital Projects section of this budget document for a further explanation of these projects. Two other CFD projects are planned to be constructed and are being budgeted directly in the CFD Capital Projects funds. These projects Program Code Various include the installation of landscape along Butterfield Ranch Road ($700,000) and the construction of the Rincon storm drain ($900,000). The debt service will include principal and interest payments due on unmatured bonds of $44,960,000 and the final principal payment of $683,000 due to Chino Unified School District for prior collections of Tax A. The principal and interest amounts to be paid on the bonds this fiscal year are $2,595,000 and $3,191,300, respectively. The CUSD Tax A principal and interest payments will amount to $683,000 and $41,000, respectively for 1995-96. The tax levy on residential units will be $380.31 for the 1995-96 fiscal year. This is 2 percent higher than the 1994-95 levy of $372.86. The State statutes governing the CFD special taxes limits to 2 percent the annual increases to the tax. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has decreased by $4,552,900, NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary = No. Account Title Increase Cause 7015 Principal Payments 1,853,200 A 7220 Administrative Overhead 72,300 B 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditure 6,600 C City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) B6-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) A. This increase reflects the first year payment on bonded principal for the Discharge Tax payment. B. The cause of this increase was the increase in administrative personnel and operating costs necessary to manage the CFD projects and debt. C. The expense includes the developer reimbursement payment to D.T. Smith (and its assignees). SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Traffic Signal -Chino Avenue/Emerald (CFD #1) 25,000 Soquel Canyon loops 1 & 2 road design (CFD's #5 & #8) 1,000,000 Mystic Canyon Drive Park construction (CFD #8) 400,000 FUNDING This activity is funded by CFD's #1, #2, #4, #5, #6, #8, and #9 tax levies and bond proceeds. City of Chino Hills O-3 Program Code Various (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 0-4 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Facilities Districts I Administration and Debt Service Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 3010 Legal Services 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3020 Financial Services 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 3045 Appraisal Services 3090 Other Professional Services 4010 Legal Advertising 6035 Telephone 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7050 Debt Issue Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenses Total Services and Supplies 1992-93 1993-94 Actual Actual 105 0 288 508 22,897 9,565 0 2,602 29,410 20,477 1,066 0 0 0 11,524 9,238 1,652 180 14 0 3,681,474 3,841,456 1,111,918 1,264,662 69,200 75,924 316,928 150,000 0 25 0 12,766 5,246,476 5,387,403 City of Chino Hills 1993-94 Budget 0 600 11,700 2,800 20,800 27,100 0 28,400 200 0 4,230,500 1,370,800 76,100 300,000 0 12,800 6,081,800 1994-95 Budget Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 500 0 0 6,200 6,000 6,000 4,500 3,500 3,500 40,600 I 30,000 30,000 27,100 0 0 6,300 0 0 29,100 i 19,700 19,700 200 0 0 0 0 0 3,288,700 3,232,300 3,232,300 1,424,600 3,278,000 3,278,000 0 0 0 210,000 382,300 382,300 0 0 0 0 6,600 6,600 5,038,000 6,958,400 6,958,400 _ (Rev.10-94) BG-112 - Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8990 Contributions to Construction Funds Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9020 Inter/Intra Agency Fund Transfers Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 3,213,173 12,643,725 9,602,900 3,578,000 3,213,173 I 12,643,725 I 9,602,900 3,578,000 11,048,652 7,124,121 11,048,652 I 7,124,121 19,508,301 25,155,249 City of Chino Hills 17,294,700 10,511,600 17,294,700 10,511,600 32,979,400 19,127,600 O-5 Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1,525,000 1,525,000 1,525,000 I 1,525,000 6,189,100 6,189,100 6,189,100 6,189,100 14,672, 500 14,672, 500 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 This page intentionally left blank. d� CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET P-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 6,837,401 6,460,902 6,447,000 4,944,300 4,654,800 4,654,800 Capital Outlay 1,528,945 0 525,000 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 8,876,805 7,311,294 23,948,300 3,877,100 2,884,500 2,884,500 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 17,243,151 13,772,196 30,920,300 8,821,400 7,539,300 7,539,300 Fund ,. Code Fund Title Various Assessment District 85-1 6,643,842 6,042,489 13,574,600 5,250,000 6,349,200 6,349,200 Various Assessment District 86-1A 6,038,423 3,991,239 9,704,200 1,356,000 0 0 Various Assessment District 86-1 B 2,233,389 1,861,413 4,524,800 1,105,600 0 0 Various Assessment District 87-1 2,327,497 1,877,055 3,116,700 1,109,800 0 0 Various Assessment District 94 0 0 0 0 1,190,100 1,190,100 TOTAL FUNDING 17,243,151 13,772,196 30,920,300 8,821,400 7,539,300 7,539,300 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 0 �I 0 I 0 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 P-2 ANNUAL BUDGET Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Assessment Districts The Assessment Districts (AD's) were formed for the purpose of financing major infrastructure projects to facilitate development within Chino Hills. The infrastructure projects included roads (such as Chino Hills Parkway and Grand Avenue) and various water, sewer and drainage facilities. All of the AD projects have been constructed and, at this time, no new AD's or projects are being contemplated. The projects were constructed from the sale of AD bonds. The debt service on the bonds is paid from the proceeds of annual assessments on the property owned by the developers who benefited from the projects. At the time a developer requests to have building permits issued for construction of residences within the AD, any existing AD liens on the particular parcels are required to be paid off. As a general rule, the funds for the lien payoffs come from the Facilities Development Fee. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The primary activity of the AD's is now limited to managing the bonded indebtedness issued by the AD's. The total debt outstanding at the beginning of the 1995-96 fiscal year is $35,759,000 and is comprised of two issues: the 85-1 refunding issue ($28,464,000) and the 94 refunding issue ($7,295,000). The total principal and interest to be paid on this debt for the fiscal year is $1,580,000 and $2,924,200, respectively. These amounts include "bond call" principal and call premiums (for lien payoffs) in the amounts of $1,300,000 and $39,000, respectively. In fiscal year 1994-95, the AD's 86-1A, 86-16, and 87-1 were consolidated into one AD, which was named AD 94. Additionally, the Activity I Program Code Administration and Debt Service I Various bonds in these consolidated AD were refinanced via one refunding bond issue. As a result of the bond refunding, the outstanding bond principal was reduced from $12,425,000 to $7,295,000 and average annual bond debt service was reduced from $1,678,600 to $892,400. The savings from this refinanced debt will benefit the developers who have been assessed annually for the bond debt service. The savings will be reflected in lower annual assessments on the developers' property. As a note of interest, it is planned that the AD 85-1 bonds will be refunded in 1995-96 if the bond market interest rates are favorable. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget has decreased by $1,282,100. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 7015 Principal Payments 90,900 A 7220 Administrative Overhead 900 B A. The primary cause of this increase is due to the increased "bond calls" expected this fiscal year. B. This account increase is due to an increase in administrative personnel and operating costs. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Community Development ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is funded by AD's 85-1 and 94 assessments. P-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 P-4 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3010 Legal Services 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3020 Financial Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7220 Administrative Overhead Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8990 Contributions to Construction Funds Total Capital Outlay ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 196,243 118,077 56,700 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 886 1,200 11,500 1,400 1,400 41,947 8,555 10,100 14,900 12,000 12,000 62,102 30,462 48,000 27,500 18,400 18,400 0 581 1,600 0 0 0 0 22,000 22,100 0 0 0 0 0 14,900 0 0 0 0 13 100 0 0 0 3,433,689 3,493,636 3,493,800 3,283,400 2,924,200 2,924,200 3,055,000 2,736,000 2,736,100 1,489,100 1,580,000 1,580,000 48,420 50,692 62,400 42,900 43,800 43,800 6,837,401 6,460,902 6,447,000 4,944,300 4,654,800 4,654,800 1,528,945 0 525,000 0 0 0 1,528,945 0 525,000 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET P-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various Element/ I 1995-96 Object Expenditure Account 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 I Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9020 Inter/Intra Agency Fund Transfers 6,876,805 7,311,294 23,948,300 3,877,100 2,884,500 2,884,500 Total Interfund Transfers 8,876,805 I 7,311,294 23,948,300 I 3,877,100 I 2,884,500 I 2,884,500 Grand Total 17,243,151 13,772,196 30,920,300 8,821,400 7,539,300 7,539,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 W. This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 i Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund.. Code Fund Title 020 Facilities Development Fee 021 Facilities Benefit Assess. Fee 023 FBA Revolving 024 FDF Revolving 025 FDF Surcharge Fee 302 Chino Hills Parkway Phasing 506 Sewer Capital Develop. Fee 507 Water Capital Develop. Fee TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Development Fee Program 1992-93 Actual 2,770 5,497,042 427,485 5,362,127 11,289,424 1993-94 Actual 141,438 5,194,843 197,101 1,875,923 7,409,305 1993-94 Budget 143,000 6,336,100 8,255,000 5,756,400 20,490,500 1994-95 Budget 110,800 4,125,200 7,955,900 3,908,300 16,100,200 Aff Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 4,884,800 4,884,800 0 0 4,942,000 4,942,000 9,826,800 9,826,800 7,443,262 5,011,535 13,014,800 9,209,600 6,949,100 6,949,100 1,366,866 564,117 2,279,300 2,015,900 434,200 434,200 82 0 152,000 346,800 0 0 0 623,888 526,200 951,300 0 0 304 150,235 755,600 758,000 0 0 690,550 818,850 0 642,300 580,000 580,000 8,716 7,500 491,700 8,300 7,500 7,500 1,779,644 233,180 3,270,900 2,168,000 1,856,000 1,856,000 11,289,424 7,409,305 20,490,500 16,100,200 9,826,800 9,826,800 0 0�, 0� 0�I I 0 0, City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 AM Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Non -Departmental The development fee program provides the resources to construct various infrastructure facilities for the City's residential and commercial development program. The fees that are collected are the Facilities Development Fee (FDF), Facilities Benefit Assessment Fee (FBA), Water Capital Development Fee (WCD), Sewer Capital Development Fee (SCD). The facilities that are financed by the fees are regional streets, drainage, water distribution, and sewage collection facilities. The FBA fees provide funding for the acquisition of right of way for the above facilities. Besides providing current funding for facilities development, the development fees are used for repayment of developer reimbursement agreement debt. Additionally, the FDF fees are used to repay assessment district (AD) debt that had been previously paid by developers as well as the payoff of current AD liens on parcels for which building permits are being issued. The developer reimbursement agreement debt and the AD debt was incurred to provide financing for major infrastructure facilities that needed to be installed prior to any major development. The developers agreed to install the facilities with the promise they would be reimbursed for these major facilities costs when future development occurred and future development fees were received. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS A key highlight for the 1995-96 fiscal year is the major modification in the amount of the FDF and FBA fees. These fees are proposed to be decreased between 38 percent to 64 percent for the residential and Activity I Program Code Development Fee Program I Various general commercial fees, respectively. Additionally, it is being proposed that the FDF and FBA revolving fees be abolished. An analysis of the WCD and SCD fees will be made in 1995-96 to determine whether or not these fees should be modified. Other highlights include interfund transfers for capital projects, such as the English Channel Culvert Improvements ($800,000), Chino Avenue and Pipeline Avenue Improvements ($400,000 and $45,000, respectively), and water facilities ($1,778,000). Other interfund transfers are budgeted for assessment district lien payoffs ($1,339,000) and the Chino Hills Phasing reimbursements ($580,000). The appropriations that are being included in this year's budget for development reimbursement payments and credits are $3,727,700 for principal payments and $102,600 for interest payments. The developers to whom these payments will be made include Laband/Rivendell, Brock, Lyons, Sterling, Rhoades, and Kaufman and Broad/Brock. The final highlight that is being discussed is the budget for Miscellaneous Taxes. Prior to the City's incorporation, the County entered into an agreement with two property owners whereby the County, and subsequently the City, would use FDF revenue to pay the AD annual assessments on behalf of the property owners. The agreement further provides that when these property owners sell their property, the City will receive reimbursements for all of these prior advances paid by the County and City. The reimbursement that the City will receive will be deposited in the FDF fund. The property owners that currently have deferral agreements are Van Klaveren and Weeda, and the assessments paid on their behalf are $53,911 and $84,904, respectively. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity is decreased by $6,273,400. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 7010 Interest Payments 138,400 A 7015 Principal Payments 923,200 B 7220 Administrative Overhead 735,500 C 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 138,900 D A. This account increase is for interest payments due on a developer reimbursement agreement debt. B. The cause of this increase is due to additional developer reimbursement agreement debt due in this fiscal year. C. The amount in this account was previously charged to the lnterfund Transfer expenditure account number 9010. D. This account was established for payment of assessments made on behalf of property owners in accordance with assessment district deferral agreements. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING Q-3 This activity is funded by the Facilities Development Fees ($6,949,100), the Facilities Benefit Assessment Fees ($434,200), the Chino Hills Parkway Phasing reimbursements ($580,000), the Sewer Capital Development Fees ($7,500), and the Water Capital Development Fees ($1,856,000). City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 . J Q-4 Program Community Development Account Expenditure Account Code Titles 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contract Employees Various Fringe Benefits Total i Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-95 Department Activity Program Code Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual' Budget Budget Recommended Approved 2,306 106,275 112,800 85,100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 464 35,120 30,200 25,700 0 0 2,770 141,438 143,000 110,800 0 0 Number of Positions 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 i City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3010 Legal Services 3020 Financial Services 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 3035 Engineering Services 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 3045 Appraisal Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3135 Special Studies 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7220 Administrative Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Non -Departmental Development Fee Program 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget Q-5 Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 6,505 91 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 33,328 0 0 9,100 0 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 945 55,961 0 547,300 0 0 4,253 33,450 388,000 359,800 0 0 0 0 40,000 30,000 0 0 290,752 263,766 0 124,900 37,200 37,200 0 0 567,600 0 0 0 3,215 1,615 0 0 0 0 147 156 0 200 0 0 4,500 0 0 0 0 0 10,184 163,646 0 0 138,400 138,400 5,103,664 4,629,658 2,849,500 2,891,600 3,814,800 3,814,800 0 0 0 0 735,500 735,500 0 0 0 0 138,900 138,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Q-6 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8010 Land 8015 Land Improvements 8040 Improvements other than Buildings Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 39,549 46,000 2,471,000 142,300 0 0 5,497,042 5,194,843 6,336,100 I 4,125,200 4,884,800 ( 4,884,800 418,605 136,063 2,000,000 1,815,900 ; 0 0 0 0 2,000,000 1,550,000 0 0 8,880 61,038 4,255,000 4,590,000 0 0 427,485 197,101 8,255,000 I 7,955,900 0 I 0 5,362,127 1,875,923 5,756,400 3,908,300 4,942,000 4,942,000 5,362,127 1,875,923 5,756,400 3,908,300 4,942,000 ( 4,942,000 11,286,654 7,267,867 20,347,500 15,989,400 9,826,800 9,826,800 City'of Chino Hills (Rev. 10294) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 J Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 010 Gas Tax Fund 013 Measure I Fund 199 Miscellaneous Grants Fund 690 Chino Hills Cap. Improve. Fund ,yl _ i TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET R-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 434,500 434,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,717,500 1,717,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 2,152,000 2,152,000 0 0 0 0 950,000 950,000 0 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 0 0 0 0 407,500 407,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 434,500 434,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 2,152,000 2,152,000 OI 0 OI 011 OI 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 R-2 Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Miscellaneous Programs The Miscellaneous Programs includes transfers from the Gas Tax and Measure I Funds for financing various capital projects and maintenance of streets, traffic signals, and drainage facilities. Also included in this activity is the debt service for the certificates of participation that were issued to finance the construction of the Civic Center site. The funds for the debt service are provided by the Community Facilities District Regional Fund. This activity also provides for the funding of programs and projects by the Miscellaneous Grants Fund. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Gas Tax and Measure I programs are being included within this miscellaneous activity this fiscal year. In prior years, these programs were included in the Public Works section of the budget as expenditures for street construction and maintenance projects were charged directly to these programs. However, in order to consolidate the capital projects within the Capital Projects program and consolidate all street maintenance programs within the Public Works program, these program costs are no longer being charged separately to the Gas Tax and Measure I funds. The Gas Tax and Measure I programs will be providing financing for these programs via interfund transfers to the General Fund and Capital Projects fund. The Gas Tax Fund is transferring $83,000 to the Capital Projects Fund this fiscal year for the Lariat Drive Improvements ($15,000), Bayberry Drive Improvements ($35,000), Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements ($5,000), Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping Improvements ($8,000), and the Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal modifications ($20,000). For further information about these projects, refer to the Capital Projects section of this budget Activity I Program Code Miscellaneous Programs I Various document. Besides providing financing for the above capital projects, the Gas Tax Fund is transferring funds to the General Fund for maintenance of City streets and right of way, traffic signals, and drainage facilities. The amount of the transfer for this fiscal year is $867,000. The Measure I Fund is transferring $360,000 to the Capital Projects Fund for the 1995-96 fiscal year. The Measure I program is providing these funds for the Street Overlay program. Refer to the Capital Projects section of the budget for additional information about this program. The Chino Hills Capital Improvement Corporation Fund budget includes costs for debt service interest and principal of $91,500 and $335,000, respectively, and costs for fiscal agent services of $8,000. The certificates of participation will mature in 1999. This debt issue has a seven year maturity schedule. The balance due on the debt as of July 1, 1995 is $1,860,000. The Miscellaneous Grants Fund accounts for the proposed Federal Government Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) grant of $400,000 as well as the Healthy Cities Project grant of $7,500. The ISTEA grant is to be used as partial funding for the Chino Avenue Improvements; the balance of the funding for this project, which has a budget of $800,000, will be provided by the Facilities Development Fee program. The Healthy Cities Project grant will be used to help provide funding for the various programs supported by the City for this project. The Healthy Cities Project budget is included with the City Manager activity and a description of the project may be seen in the narrative for that budget. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 6G-104 Program Public Works NET BUDGET CHANGE ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs This activity is increased by $1,732,100. NET STAFF CHANGE `.L•7TI SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3020 Financial Services 3,500- A 7015 Principal Payments 15,000 B A. This account was underbudgeted in the previous fiscal year. B. This account reflects the annual increase per the bond indenture debt service schedule. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This program is funded by the Gas Tax Fund ($950,000), Measure Fund ($360,000), Community Facilities District Regional Fund for the Chino Hills Capital Improvement Fund costs ($434,500), the ISTEA grant ($400,000), and Healthy Cities Project grant ($7,500) for the Miscellaneous Grants Fund costs. Program Code Various R-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 R-4 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3020 Financial Services 4445 Special Supplies 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8040 Improvements Other than Buildings Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 4,308 0 4,500 0 0 0 100 62,931 120,050 0 95,300 0 310,000 0 320,000 62,931 I 434,358 I 0 I 419,900 0 0 0 0 0I 0I 0I 0 Program Code Various 1995-96 Manager Council Recommended Approved 8,000 8,000 0 0 91,500 91,500 335,000 335,000 434,500 I 434,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,717,500 1,717,500 _ 0 I 0 I O I 0 1,717,500 I 1,717,500 62,931 434,358 0 419,900 2,152,000 2,152,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 F= CITY OF CHINO HILLS -INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program Capital Projects Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 300 Special Construction Fund 301 Pomona Construction Fund 305 Park Development Fund 307 Central Avenue Project Fund 373 CFD #9A Construction Fund 374 CFD #9B Construction Fund 375 Capital Improve. Program Fund 399 Capital Projects Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS �I J ANNUAL BUDGET S_1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Department Activity Program Code Capital Projects Capital Improvement Various 1995-96 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 688,751 140,041 818,700 494,000 0 0 2,132,818 405,652 3,500,000 3,000,000 9,645,000 9,645,000 0 447,191 0 0 0 0 2,821,569 992,884 4,318,700 3,494,000 9,645,000 9,645,000 578,651 447,191 0 0 0 0 . 6,613 0 3,564,300 3,391,000 0 0 35,191 497,474 754,400 0 0 0 0 48,000 0 103,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 700,000 700,000 0 0 0 0 900,000 900,000 2,201,114 219 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,045,000 8,045,000 2,821,569 992,884 4,318,700 3,494,000 9,645,000 9,645,'000 0 0( 0 I 0 I 0 0 1 City of Chino Hills J (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 S-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Program Department Activity Capital Projects Capital Projects I Capital Improvement BASIC FUNCTIONS The function of this activity is to consolidate City capital projects within one activity in order to provide an overview of all City projects. However, at this time, the projects funded from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) are included within the CDBG budget for efficient CDBG reporting purposes. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The capital improvement program for the 1995-96 fiscal year totals $9,645,000 and includes 42 projects allocated to major facilities such as streets, traffic signals, water, drainage, and parks and landscape facilities. An overview of the capital project facilities budget follows: Number of Budget Facilities Proiects Amount Streets 10 3,068,000 Traffic Signals 2 145,000 Water Utility 9 2,138,000 Drainage 2 945,000 Parks and Landscape 19 3.349.000 Total 9.645.000 A schedule titled "Appropriation Detail' and forms describing each project in specific detail are included in this section. Additionally, a "Funding Summary" titled schedule is included immediately following this program commentary. Program Code Various NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget activity reflects an increase of $6,151, 000. NET STAFF CHANGE Not Applicable SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Not Applicable SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY_ Refer to the "Capital Projects Appropriation Detail' schedule. FUNDING Refer to the "Capital Projects Funds Summary" schedule. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Fund Number 001 010 Fund Title General Fund Gas Tax Fund 013 Measure I Fund 020 Facilities Development Fee 030 Open Space Management ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 1 of 5 Proiect Title Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash, Racks Rolling Ridge Drive Medians Restoration Total Lariat Drive Improvements Bayberry Drive Improvements Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping Improvements Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal Modifications Total Street Overlay Program Total English Channel Culvert Installation Pipeline Avenue Improvements Chino Avenue Widening Improvements Total Multi - Use Trail Construction Total (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills S-3 Project Number Amount D-2 45,000 P-19 25,000 70,000 S-6 15,000 S-7 35,000 S-8 5,000 S-9 8,000 T-2 20,000 83,000 S-10 360.000 360,000 S-1 800,000zr S-2 45,000 , S-3 400,000-- 1,245,000 P-6 130,000 130,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET S-4 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 2 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Project Title Number Amount (continued) 031 Park Maintenance Community Park Landscape Restoration P-15 5,800 Total 5,800 040 L&L Zone 1- A Rolling Ridge Village Chino Avenue Park Design P-3 100,000 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-7 131,600 Total 231,600 045 L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and P-8 47,600 Plant Renovation Los Ranchos Village/Galloping Hills Road P-10 25,000 Landscape Installation Los Ranchos Village Easement Fencing Installation P-16 25,000 Total 97.600 050 L & L Zone 1-B The Oaks Village Oaks Village/Green Valley Irrigation P-11 9,000 and Plant Renovation Total 9,000 051 L & L Zone 1-D The Oaks Village Oaks Village %P Ditches Installation, P-4 250,000 Phase II Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-12 26,900 Total 276,900 (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 r Fund Number 065 071 121 122 199 373 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 3 of 5 Fund Title Project Title (continued) L & L Zone 1-DD Butterfield Village Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Total L & L Zone 1 - M Rincon Village Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Total L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village Arterial Grand Avenue Park Construction Los Ranchos Village Arterial Irrigation and Plant Renovation English Springs Park Railing Installation Total L & L Zone 1 - D The Oaks Village Arterial Valle Vista Park Fence Replacement Total Miscellaneous Grants ( ISTEA - STP) Chino Avenue Widening Improvements Total CFD #9A - Rincon Construction Butterfield Ranch Road Landscaping Installation Total (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Project Number P-13 P-14 P-1 P-9 P-18 P-17 E-s3 J S-5 Amount 9,700 9,700 17,000 17,000 1.400,000 31,400 5,000 1,436,400 10,000 10,000 400,000 400,000 P-5 700,000 700,000 i (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 S-6 Fund Number 374 500 507 627 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 4 of 5 Project Fund Title Project Title Number Amount (continued) CFD #913 - Rincon Construction Rincon Storm Drain Installation D-1 900,000 Total 900,000 Water Utility Hillside Water Main Replacement W-2 (Sleepy Hollow) 35,000 Rolling Ridge Water Line Replacement W-4 275,000 Well Site Aesthetic Improvements W-5 50,000 Total 360,000 Water Capital Development Fee Chino Avenue/Highway 71 - 20 " Water Line Installation W-1 400,000 Reclaimed Water Facilities Construction (North of Soquel Canyon Parkway) W-3 503,000 Well #18 Improvements W-6 300,000 Well #20 Construction W-7 250,000 Well #21 Construction W 8 250,000 Reservoir #8 Design W-9 75,000 Total CFD #1 - Rolling Ridge Chino Avenue/Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Total (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills T-1 1,778,000 125,000 125,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET S-7 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 5 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Proiect Title Number Amount (continued) 640 CFD #5 - Soquel Canyon Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - Loop I Construction Design S-4 287,600 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - Loop II Construction Design S-5 534,100 Total 821,700 647 CFD #8 - Butterfield Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - Loop I Construction Design S-4 62,400 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - Loop II Construction Design S-5 115,900 Mystic Canyon Drive Paris Construction P-2 400,000 Total 578,300 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS 9.645.000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 W This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Project Number Proied Title Fundinq Source Street Facilities S-1 English Channel Culvert Installation Facilities Development Fee S-2 Pipeline Avenue Improvements Facilities Development Fee S,3 Chino Avenue Widening Improvements Facilities Development Fee Miscellaneous Grants ( ISTEA - STP ) S-4 Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - CFD #5 - Soquel Canyon Loop I Construction Design CFD #8 - Butterfield S-5 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - CFD #5 - Soquel Canyon Loop II Construction Design CFD #8 - Butterfield S-6 Lariat Drive Improvements State Gas Tax S-7 Bayberry Drive Improvements State Gas Tax S-8 Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements State Gas Tax S-9 Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping Improvements State Gas Tax S-10 Street Overlay Program Measure I Total Street Facilities (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills S-9 Page 1 of 5 Project Costs 800,000 45,000 400,000 400,000 287,600 62,400 534,100 115,900 800,000 350,000 650,000 15,000 35,000 5,000 8,000 360,000 3,068,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 S-10 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Project Number Proiect Title Fundinq Source Traffic Siqnals Facilities T-1 Chino Avenue/Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation CFD #1 - Rolling Ridge T-2 Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal Modifications State Gas Tax Total Traffic Signals Facilities Water Utility Facilities W-1 Chino Avenue/Highway 71 - 20 " Water Line Installation Water Capital Development Fee W-2 Hillside Water Main Replacement (Sleepy Hollow) Water Utility W-3 Reclaimed Water Facilities Construction (North of Soquel Canyon Parkway) Water Capital Development Fee W-4 Rolling Ridge Water Line Replacement Water Utility W-5 Well Site Aesthetic Improvements Water Utility W-6 Well #18 Improvements Water Capital Development Fee (Continued On Next Page) i City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 5 Project Costs 125,000 20,000 145,000 400,000 35,000 503,000 275.000 50,000 300,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Project Number Proiect Title Water Utility Facilities (continued) W-7 Well #20 Construction W-8 Well #21 Construction W-9 Reservoir #8 Design Total Water Utility Facilities Drainaqe Facilities D-1 Rincon Storm Drain Installation D-2 Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks Total Drainage Facilities Parks and Landscape Facilities P-1 Grand Avenue Park Construction P-2 Mystic Canyon Drive Park Construction ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Fundinq Source Water Capital Development Fee Water Capital Development Fee Water Capital Development Fee CFD #96 - Rincon Construction General Fund Page 3 of 5 L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village Arterial CFD #8 - Butterfield (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Project Costs 250,000 250,000 75,000 2,138.000 900,000 45,000 945,000 1,400,000 400,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 S-12 Project Number P-3 P-4 P-5 P-6 P-7 P-8 P-9 P-10 P-11 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Project Title Funding Source Parks and Landscape Facilities (continued) Chino Avenue Park Design L & L Zone 1- A Rolling Ridge Village Oaks Village "V" Ditches Installation, Phase II L & L Zone 1- D The Oaks Village Butterfield Ranch Road Landscaping Installation Multi - Use Trail Construction Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Los Ranchos Village Arterial Irrigation and Plant Renovation Los Ranchos Village/Galloping Hills Road Landscape Installation Oaks Village/Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation CFD #9A - Rincon Construction Open Space Management L & L Zone 1- A Rolling Ridge Village Page 4 of 5 L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village Arterial L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-13 The Oaks Village (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Project Costs 100,000 250.000 700,000 130,000 131,600 47,600 31,400 25,000 9,000 (Rev. 10-94) DG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET • S-13 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Project Page 5 of 5 Project Number Project Title Fundinq Source Costs Parks and Landscape Facilities (continued) P-12 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation L & L Zone 1- D The Oaks Village 26,900 P-13 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation L & L Zone 1-DD Butterfield Village 9,700 P-14 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation L & L Zone 1 - M Rincon Village 17,000 P-15 Community Park Landscape Restoration Park Maintenance 5,800 P-16 Los Ranchos Village Easement Fencing Installation L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village 25,000 P-17 Valle Vista Park Fence Replacement L & L Zone 1 - D The Oaks Village Arterial 10,000 P-18 English Springs Park Railing Installation L & L Zone 1-H Los Ranchos Village Arterial 5,000 P-19 Rolling Ridge Drive Medians Renovation General Fund 25,000 Total Parks and Landscape Facilities 3,349,000 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS 9,645,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 S-14 This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET Page of CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-15 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-1 English Channel Culvert Project Description English Channel culvert. Project Justification The English Channel box culvert is double cell 8x14 box extending diagonally across the intersection beginning at the north west comer of Peyton Drive and Eucalyptus Avenue and outletting at the south east corner of the intersection. This box will be utilized to convey water underneath the intersection of Eucalyptus Avenue and Peyton Drive to English Channel which will be improved during the Summer of 1995 by the Flood Control District. this project will mitigate flooding of the intersection of Peyton Drive and Eucalyptus Avenue. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 750,000 Other Construction Costs 50,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 800,000 Project Location r rock""11 e� Project Funding Summary: vimm M .a IT P_r Fund Source 020 Facilities Development Fee Total Amount 800,000 800,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-16 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-1 English Channel Culvert Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: This project will provide drainage underneath the intersection of Eucalyptus Avenue and Peyton Drive that will convey water to the English Channel. The San Bernardino County Flood Control District has scheduled improvements to the English Channel during the Summer of 1995. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The San Bernardino County Flood Control District has issued a permit for this work to take place. Upon completion, the Flood Control District will assume the maintenance responsibility of this culvert. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET P� I of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-17 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-2 Pipeline Avenue Improvements Project Description Project Location Construct the southbound lane shoulder, curb and gutter, and sidewalk on W .— the west side of Pipeline Avenue south of the Carbon Canyon Channel. _ Project Justification All of the ultimate improvements, north of State Route 142, are completed on Pipeline Avenue except for this one area. The completion of this project will improve traffic circulation and possibly spark the commercial development interest fronting this area of Pipeline Avenue. �A. \-PROIKT LOCATION Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No —�, i Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes /r\Li i LAI I Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 020 Facilities Development Fee Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 45,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 45,000 Total mill some �If Amount 45,000 45,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-18 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-2 Pipeline Avenue Improvements Supplemental Comments: The property located west of this project (adjacent to the street improvements) is zoned commercial. Completion of this project, in addition to improving the south bound circulation of Pipeline Avenue, may provide an enhancement for development of the commercial area. Impact on Operations: During heavy rains, the south bound shoulder area of Pipeline Avenue is prone to flooding. The addition of the lane with curb and gutter, will enhance drainage in the area. These additional improvements will be maintained by the City utilizing Gas Tax and Measure I. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Due to staff constraints, a consultant may be required to design the project. This project will have to publicly bid for construction. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-3 Chino Avenue Widening Improvements Project Description Chino Avenue ultimate width improvements from Emerald Way to Highway 71. Project Justification The completion of Chino Avenue from Emerald Way to Highway 71 will give the City a major connection to Highway 71. Project Location N Wr Page t of 2 S-19 Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yeses Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 020 Facilities Development Fee 400,000 Demolition Costs 0 199 Miscellaneous Grants Fund Relocation Costs 0 (ISTEA-STP funds) 400,000 Public Improvement Costs 740,000 Other Construction Costs 60,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 800,000 Total 800,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-20 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-3 Chino Avenue Widening Improvements Supplemental Comments: The design for this project is approximately 95% complete. Impact on Operations: The construction of Chino Avenue to connect to the 71 freeway will provide an important link in the City of Chino Hills circulation element. This will be the only full interchange north of Grand Avenue onto the 71 freeway. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The design is approximately 95% complete. Another consultant must be contracted with in order to design the retaining walls that are now required due to the new 71 freeway configuration. A permit may be required from Caltrans in order to match the pavement to the Caltrans right-of-way. Additional right-of-way issues must still be coordinated with SANBAG. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page, of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-21 FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title S-4 Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - Loop I Construction Design Project Description Project Location MEEWAY A design of four (4) lanes - Peyton Drive from Woodview Avenue to Soquel '� aowoi+A F- te°) � Canyon and Soquel Canyon from Peyton Drive to Pipeline Avenue. N iwvesoc ►S Project Justification TYr I I I °"°"E I I I I II I WW"AW This project would mitigate the traffic load on Pipeline Avenue and Chino ,�„� I I I — L Hills Parkway. It will identify the final alignment and right-of-way for rsi.ae« .anima+ Peyton Drive and Soquel Canyon Parkway. FOR MM KROMi me PRWM LOCI►M -L' 'I -AkX Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes 0j CHINO HILLS Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes STATE PARK Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 640 CFD #5-Soquel Canyon 287,600 Demolition Costs 0 647 CFD #8-Butterfield 62,400 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 350,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 350,000 Total 350,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-22 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Page 2 of 2 Project Code Project Title S-4 Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - Loop 1 Construction Design Supplemental Comments: This project will provide an important link in the City of Chino Hills circulation element and encourage development by the adjacent property owners. Impact on Operations: Upon completion, this area of roadway will be accepted into the City of Chino Hills maintained system. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Not applicable. Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a J L 1.1 - ANNUAL BUDGET Pam' of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY 5-23 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code I Project Title S-5 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - Loop II Construction Design Project Description Project Location The desigg of the ultimate width of Soquel Canyon Parkway Loop 11. I I I 1 A°O1FREEwAY N Project Justification This project would provide an access to development in this part of the City. It will identify the final alignment and right-of-way for Soquel Canyon Parkway and Woodview Drive. VOL — —Fai M IMSKLAW Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 650,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 650,000 PR0J6f.T WCA1i0N 7c, HINO HILLS f STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 640 CFD #5-Soquel Canyon 647 CFD #&Butterfield City of Chino Hills Amount 534,100 115,900 Total 650,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-24 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-5 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - Loop II Construction Design Supplemental Comments: Page 2 of 2 This project will provide an important link in the City of Chino Hills circulation element and encourage development by the adjacent property owners. The project encompasses the design of Soquel Canyon Parkway from Peyton Drive to Woodview Avenue and the design of Woodview Avenue from Soquel Canyon Parkway to Peyton Drive. Impact on Operations: Upon completion, this area of roadway will be accepted into the City of Chino Hills maintained system. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Not applicable. Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-44) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL. IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-6 Lariat Drive Improvements Project Description Project Location This project is for the replacement of curb, gutter, and a driveway on Lariat Drive. Project Justification N The roadway at 18041 Lariat Drive has sunk by several inches. This has resulted in standing water several inches deep. Approximately 50 feet of ON on curb, gutter, and one driveway will need 10 be replaced. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 15,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 15,000 7-7'T`rig Project Funding Summary: N-A Page 1 of 2 S-25 WAnW Fund Source Amount 010 Gas Tax 15,000 Total 15,000 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-26 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-6 Lariat Drive Improvements Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: Page 2 of 2 The improvements will mitigate a puddling effect of water during rainy season and replace a driveway and curb and gutter to a state of good repair. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Not applicable. Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-7 Bayberry Drive Improvements Project Description This project will reduce the height of the dip on Bayberry Drive at Pipeline Avenue. Project Justification Numerous complaints have been received regarding the severity of the dip on Bayberry Drive at Pipeline Avenue. This project will regrade Bayberry Drive in order to provide a smoother passage over the cross -gutter and will lessen the City's risk of liability. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes / No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes / No Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Project Funding Summary: rA Page 1 of 2 S-27 IMTW Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 35,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 35,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 35,000 Total 35,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-28 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-7 Bayberry Drive Improvements Supplemental Comments: Numerous complaints have been received regarding the severity of the dip on Bayberry Drive at Pipeline Avenue. Reducing the severity of the dip will require regrading Bayberry Drive and replacing curb, gutter, sidewalk, and landscaping for approximately 80 feet west of Pipeline Avenue. Another difficulty is the presence of several high pressure lines under the area to be graded. There is a 24 inch water line 2 feet below grade on Bayberry Drive. Relocation of this water line will cost approximately $20,000. Alternatively, a concrete blanket can be constructed over the water line at a cost of $10,000. The total project cost including construction staking is $35,000. Impact on Operations: Not applicable. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Staff has observed many deep gouges in the roadway on Bayberry Drive where vehicles have scraped bottom due to the severity of the dip at the cross gutter. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-8 Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements Project Description This project will improve the cross slope on Yorba Avenue and thereby improve drainage and reduce the possibility of flooding. Project Justification The east side of Yorba Avenue has experienced some flooding due to the lack of cross slope on Yorba Avenue. This project will provide the cross slope needed to prevent flooding and to lessen the City's liability. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 5,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 5,000 Project Location .Waft RO 1 N aIVac" �— PHORV WGnon �4!:V) Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 010 Gas Tax City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 2 S-29 Amount 5,000 Total 5,000 (Rev. 90-94) BG-15d ANNUAL BUDGET S-30 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-8 Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: The improvements will increase the life of the pavement due to less deterioration by standing water. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills J Page 2 of 2 . r (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-9 Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping Improvements Project Description This project will correct the offset of lane lines across this intersection and thereby reduce the City's risk of liability. Project Justification The existing lane lines on Chino Avenue at Peyton Drive are offset by 10 feet across this intersection. The maximum allowable offset for safety is one (1) foot. This project will correct an identified deficiency and will reduce the City's risk of liability. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 8,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 8,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 010 Gas Tax City of Chino Hills Amount 8,000 Total 8,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-32 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-9 Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping Improvements Supplemental Comments: None. -Impact on Operations: Not applicable. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-10 Street Overlay Program Project Description This project provides for the systematic resurfacing (asphalt overlay) of streets identified by'the City's Measure I Five Year Capital Improvement Project Justification Systematic maintenance of asphalt streets at regular intervals prolongs the service life of the roadway pavement and significantly reduces the cost of maintaining public streets. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 360,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 360,000 Project Location N OAa[ PROaff LOUnON An OV CITY v000 I v d �J� J CHINO HILLS I STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 013 Measure I City of Chino Hills Pagel of 2 S-33 Amount 360,000 Total 360,000 ; (Rev. '10-94)' 6G-150' ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-34 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title S-10 Street Overlay Program Supplemental Comments: The projects that are completed under the Measure I program are part of a five (5) year capital improvement program which must be updated annually and approved by the SANBAG Board of Directors. Staff is in the process of updating the five (5) year capital improvement program and working on a twenty (20) year capital improvement program. This program will be reviewed and subsequently approved by the Public Works Commission and the City Council before submittal to SANBAG. These steps must be taken prior to approval of expenditure from SANBAG. -Impact on Operations: Not applicable. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Not Applicable. Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Pam' of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-35 FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title T-1 Chino Avenue/Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Project Description The project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Chino Avenue and Emerald Way. Project Justification The improvements will provide a signalized entrance to the commercial property. The installation of this traffic signal will allow safer and more efficient movement of traffic and pedestrians. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Project Location Project Funding Summary: Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 627 CFD #1- Rolling Ridge 125,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 125,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 125,000 Total 125,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 • J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2 of 2 S-36 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title T-1 Chino Avenue/Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: With the construction of Chino Avenue to its ultimate width configuration (six lane major arterial), a traffic signal will be required for the side streets in order to provide ingress and egress to the adjacent developments. This project along with Chino Avenue may also encourage the development of the commercial area north of Chino Avenue (future mall site/90 acres). Impact on Operations: When this project is completed, it will be taken into the City maintained system. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills 1 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page i of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-37 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title T-2 Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal Modifications = Project Description Project Location This project provides for the installation of protected left-tum phasing for . i�"W •� north/south traffic at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Pipeline Project Justification This intersection has been identified as meeting the Caltrans warrants for protected left-tum phasing for north/soutti traffic. The installation of protected left-tum phasing for north/south traffic will provide safer and more efficient movement of traffic. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount N 111 I: CI11 pZC z�1111� ►II �l� ►1� C� a ` �ZT7- . 1 M Funding Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 20,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 20,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 20,000 Total 20,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-38 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title T-2 Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal Modification Supplemental Comments: Page 2 of 2 Public Works staff has requested this work be completed by Caltrans; however, if Caltrans does not have the funding to complete the work, staff will proceed with the completion utilizing Gas Tax. Impact on Operations: The traffic signal improvements must be reflected in the traffic signal maintenance and electrical charges contract which presently exists between the City and Caltrans. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: This signal is a shared signal with Caltrans District #8 and if Caltrans does not complete the work, permits will be required for modification of the signal. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-1 Chino Avenue/Highway 71 20" Water Line Installation Project Description Project Location Install 20" waterline in Chino Avenue at Highway 71. Project Justification N The construction of the 20" waterline in Chino Avenue (Caltrans right-of- way) will save costs if constructed by the contractor in Phase I of Highway ss ,Ipt D q[ 71. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 507 Water Capital Development Fee Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 400,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 i Page 1 of 2 S-39 Amount 400,000 Total 400,000 Total 400,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-40 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-1 Chino Avenue/Highway 71 20" Water Line Installation Supplemental Comments: This 20" water line is to convey water underneath the 71 freeway within the State right-of-way. If approved, staff will pursue having this water line installed as part of the 71 freeway construction project. Therefore, saving additional costs in plans and bidding and enable the construction to take place without obtaining a Caltrans permit. Impact on Operations: This 20" line is needed for future development along Chino Avenue and to supply additional water for fire protection to the Rolling Ridge area. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other parties that may be involved are SANBAG and Caltrans District #S. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-2 Hillside Water Main Replacement (Sleepy Hollow) Project Description Replace a 2" water main with an 8" main and add a fire hydrant. Project Justification The 8" water main and fire hydrant will greatly increase the flow in the western side of Sleepy Hollow. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 35,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other Total 35,000 Project Location N off PRWM wulfloli Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 500 Water Utility City of Chino Hills Pagel of 2 S-41 Amount 35,000 Total 35,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 x ANNUAL BUDGET S-42 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-2 Hillside Water Main Replacement (Sleepy Hollow) Supplemental Comments: The design plans have been completed for this project. Impact on Operations: The City of Chino Hills will maintain and operate the water line upon completion. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title W-3 Reclaimed Water Facilities Construction (North of Soquel Canyon Parkway) Project Description Project Location The design and construction of a 16" reclaimed waterline through Los Serranos. N Project Justification The Chino Basin Municipal Water District Is presently completing the design of the reclaimed water line that will bring the reclaimed water line from the Carbon Canyon plant on Chino Hills Parkway west to Monte Vista then south to the 71 freeway. The 71 freeway project will extend the reclaimed water line underneath the 71 freeway. The Rincon development (Butterfield Ranch Road) presently has reclaimed water line in the ground. pt:W= IDUTION This project will connect the source to the existing pipe. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 495,000 Other Construction Costs 8,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 503,000 J Pagel of 2 S-43 I I I I I J POMW (FREEWAY Project Funding Summary: _ Fund Source Amount 507 Water Capital Development Fee 503,000 Total 503,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-44 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-3 Reclaimed Water Facilities Construction (North of Soquel Canyon Parkway) Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: The City will own and maintain the reclaimed water line upon completion. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The Chino Basin Municipal Water District and the City of Chino Hills must enter into an agreement for the purchase of reclaimed water. The verbiage for that agreement has not yet been completed. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-4 Rolling Ridge Water Line Replacement Project Description Project Location Replacement of steel water lines in the Rolling Ridge tracts. (60 N Project Justification ' A 1991 study of the area's water lines to evaluate corrosion showed a high st corrosion potential. High operations and maintenance costs also justify the need to replace the old water mains. 1 �a Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 275,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 275,000 0 PR010CL' CHINO HILLS i a STATE PARK i Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 500 Water Utility Page 1 of 2 S-45 Amount 275,000 Total 275,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 . J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-46 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-4 Rolling Ridge Water Line Replacement Supplemental Comments: The water lines in Rolling Ridge are fairly new; however, the pipe material is reacting negatively to the high acidity of the soils which is accelerating corrosion. This accelerated corrosion has caused a few water line "blow outs" over the past few years. Impact on Operations: The City of Chino Hills will maintain and operate the water lines upon completion. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Not applicable. Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 13G-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Pam' of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-47 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-5 Well Site Aesthetic Improvements Project Description Project Location The construction of walls, landscaping, and reconstruction of enclosures. ' ' J POMP iFRUWAY N iwnraoc Project Justification's • I I I There has been very little or no maintenance of the various well sites in ,�„$�„� ■ ,�E Chino over the last 10 years. With an agreement with the City of Chino, i the City of Chino Hills has agreed to accomplish site improvements over G` FOR um the next few years. It I AW PRO1= 1=1ft c / Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No f CHINO HILLS i Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes TATE PARK 'Ak Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 500 Water Utility 50,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 50,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 50,000 City of Chino Hills Total 50,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-48 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-5 Well Site Aesthetic Improvements Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: The City will maintain the improvements upon completion. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: All of these sites are presently within the City of Chino. Public Not applicable. Works staff is coordinating design efforts with the City of Chino in order to comply with Chino's landscaping requirements. Page 2 of 2 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page Iof2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-49 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-6 Well #18 Construction Project Description Project Location Install pump, motor, and electrical panel. I I I I i APOM&RUWAY ± Project Justification N �asoc II..A AW The addition of Well 18 will increase the City's well capacity by 1.2 MGD. I I I L r�CH MMLAW Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No�^ mot, Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes CHINO HILLS f STATE PARK i Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 507 Water Capital Development Fee 300,000 Demolition Costs 0 = Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 300,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 300,000 Total 300,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY - S-50 FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title W-6 Well #18 Construction Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: Upon completion, the City will operate and maintain the new well. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The City of Chino may be involved since this site is within the City of Chino's City limits. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills J Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-7 Well #20 Construction Project Description Drill Well #20 north of Schaefer Avenue and east of 4th Street (APN 1020- 591-01). Project Justification The drilling of Well #20 will provide the City additional groundwater capacity. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 250,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 250,000 Project Location Page 1 of 2 S-51 (60 \ 1 I I 1 I .1 POMONA 6EEIYAY (60) N` S$ � KBIW"NE PRI?lBC'f IACAt10N a .. j CNINO HILLS I J STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund Source Amount 507 Water Capital Development Fee 250,000 Total 250,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-52 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-7 Well #20 Construction Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: The City of Chino Hills will own, operate, and maintain Well #20 upon completion. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: This project is within the City of Chino and thus may require a permit. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-8 Well #21 Construction Project Description Drill Well #21 south of Schaefer Avenue and east of Ramona Avenue. Project Justification The drilling of Well #21 will provide the City additional groundwater capacity. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 250,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 250,000 Project Location N RAq[ 9 Pagel of 2 S-53 11 1 I I rl POil01iA IFREEwAY CM,DM« .SM FMNM Q_ n01UAW V;�HINO HILLS I ` STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund Source Amount 507 Water Capital Development Fee 250,000 City of Chino Hills Total 250,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-54 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-8 Well #21 Construction Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: At the completion of the project, the City will own, operate, and maintain Well #21. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: This project is within the City of Chino and thus may require a permit. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Paged of CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-55 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-9 Reservoir #8 Design Project Description Project Location Start the preliminary engineering on the design and soils work for Reservoir (so) (60 POMOWA FRUWAY #8. N Project Justification , —--� II malt= °"° I With the addition of over 200 homes a year to the intermediate water zone, the need for an additional reservoir will be required in three years. F KNOML AW PFdkm LOCATION P Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No f CHINO HILLS Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes ---f STATE PARK � Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 507 Water Capital Development Fee 75,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 0 Other Construction Costs 75,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 75,000 Total 75,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J ANNUAL BUDGET S-56 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title W-9 Reservoir #8 Design Supplemental Comments: Not applicable. Impact on Operations: Not applicable at this time. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title D-1 Rincon Storm Drain Installation Project Description Rincon storm drain is a storm channel from Butterfield Ranch Road drain to Highway 71 crossing. Project Justification The construction of the channel will provide a path for storm water from Butterfield Ranch Road to Highway 71 crossing. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 900,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 900,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 374 CFD #9- Rincon Pagel o0 2 S-57 PRDn= MUTIDN Amount 900,000 Total 900,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 S-58 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code D-1 Project Title Rincon Storm Drain Installation Supplemental Comments: The storm drain is identified in the Rincon agreement and in the list of projects for CFD #9. Impact on Operations: Not applicable. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The Rincon Developers have entered into an agreement to form CFD #9 and complete projects for the development of the Rincon area. These Developers include Sterling, JP Rhoades, and Lyon Company. A project manager has been hired to represent the City and the developers on this project. Lyon has sold their property to Richland Development. Other Remarks: Not applicable. Page 2 of 2 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title D-2 Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks Project Description To install trash racks at the storm drain's inlets/outlets along Butterfield Ranch Road between Soquel Canyon Parkway and Hidden Canyon Lane. Project Justification None of the storm drains along Butterfield Ranch Road are equipped with trash racks to prevent large debris, animals, and humans entering the storm drains. The sizes range from 24" diameter to 8' by 14' box channels. Without protection, it will not only impose difficulties and frequency in maintenance but also provoke liability and litigation concems for the City. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 0 Other Construction Costs 45,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 45,000 Project Location N IR To exor= tocnnotr cnN1N y GE COUHIY �( Project Funding Summary: Pagel of 2 S-59 I I I I I W POM(60 ONA "I, 1 4- awmoc 7y - o� CAM Ana FOR MEN d) KUSALL ME _J�j CHINO HILLS i '.. _f STATE PARK i Fund Source 001 General Fund City of Chino Hills Amount 45,000 Total 45,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 S-60 Project Code D-2 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Title Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks Supplemental Comments: Page 2 of 2 The project storm drains are located in an area currently under -populated and quickly developing. New developments will bring in more human activity that may provoke vandalism. Because of the accessibility of the storm drains to people, the City is at risk. The improvement is required to decrease liability and maintenance. Impact on Operations: Several of the inlets and outlets are located in deep canyons of more than 5 feet in elevation drops from the road surface. There are no accessible roads for cleaning trucks and backhoes to reach to the long underground storm drains through the inlets or outlets. With the trash racks, bulky materials and human activities will be reduced. Therefore, the cost and time of maintenance will also be reduced. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Not applicable. Other Remarks: The cost also includes installation of fence around 2 of the major inlets to protect pedestrian traffic. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-S Grand Avenue Park Construction Project Description Construct improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification The Park site is currently City owned property that was designated as a park during development of Los Ranchos Village. The Park design was approved in the FY 93-94 budget. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: . Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 1,400,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 1,400,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 121 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-H Page 1 of 2 S-61 Amount 1,400,000 Total 1.400,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-1'50 ANNUAL BUDGET S-62 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-1 Grand Avenue Park Construction Supplemental Comments: Funds for construction would need to be provided by L & L Reserves and/or assessments. Impact on Operations: Page 2 of 2 Will increase landscape maintenance costs and associated assessments within Los Ranchos Village, once the Park construction is completed. Will also increase the amount of water needed for irrigation. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Workshops with the public have been previously completed. These workshops provided direction in regards to the facilities N/A to be constructed within the park. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-2 Mystic Canyon Drive Park Construction Project Description Construct improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification The Park site is currently City owned property that was designated as a park during development of Butterfield Village. Recently the Chino Unified School District vacated the site. The Park design was approved in the FY 93-94 budget. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 400,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 400,000 Project Locatic Project Funding Summary: Fund 371 CFD #8 City of Chino Hills Source Paget of 2 S-63 Amount 400,000 Total 400,000 (Rev. 1 d-94) BG-150­ ANNUAL BUDGET S-64 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-2 Mystic Canyon Drive Park Construction Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: J Page 2 of 2 Will increase landscape maintenance costs and associated assessments within Butterfield Village, once the Park construction is completed. Will also increase the amount of water needed for irrigation. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Workshops with the public have been previously completed. These workshops provided direction in regards to the facilities - to be constructed within the park. Other Remarks: City of Chino Hills N/A (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-3 Chino Avenue Paris Design Project Description Design improvements for the designated park site. Project Justification The Park site is currently City owned property that was designated as a park during development of Rolling Ridge Village. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 100,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 100,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 040 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-A Page 1 of 2 S-65 Amount 100,000 Total 100,000 (Rev. 16-94) BG-150 I ANNUAL BUDGET S-66 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-3 Chino Avenue Park Design Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: N/A Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Workshops with the public will have to be completed. These workshops provide direction in regards to the facilities to be constructed within the park. Other Remarks: City of Chino Hills N/A Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-4 Oaks Village "V" Ditches Installation, Phase II Project Description Installation of drainage appurtenants behind the homes on the following . streets: Sleepy Oak, Live Oak, and Altamira. Project Justification Nuisance and storm water is currently designed to sheet flow into rear yards of the residences from City owned landscaped slopes. Construction of these facilities will divert the water into the City maintained street and storm drain system. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 250,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 051 Source L & L Zone 1-D Page 1 of 2 S-67 Amount 250,000 Total 250,000 Total 250,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-68 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-4 Oaks Village "V" Ditches Installation, Phase II Supplemental Comments: Roll -Over balance of funds from FY 93-94 budget from Phase I construction. Impact on Operations: Upon completion, should reduce the need to desilt earth swales and reduce homeowner complaints. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-5 Butterfield Ranch Road Landscaping Installation Project Description The installation of landscaping along Butterfield Ranch Road from Soquel Canyon Parkway south to Butterfield Ranch. Project Justification The project will greatly add to the aesthetic look of the major road. Project Location Page 1 of 2 S-69 \ I I d POMONA IFREEIYAY (60) N wrvmvc I off I FMWM Q _ ,W&XL ,W Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No 0 CHINO HILLS Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes __� STATE PARK Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 373 CFD #9A - Rincon 700,000 Demolition Costs 0 Relocation Costs 0 Public Improvement Costs 700,000 Other Construction Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 700,000 Total 700,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-70 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-5 Butterfield Ranch Road Landscaping Installation Supplemental Comments: This landscape is identified in the Rincon agreement and in the list of projects for CFD #9. Impact on Operations: Page 2 of 2 This project will be overseen by a Principal Public Works Engineer in the Public Works Department as Resident Engineer and Public Works Inspectors. The landscaping of this area will be maintained through the Parks and Landscape Maintenance Department as a Lighting and Landscape District. With the completion of the reclaimed water connection, the landscaping will be irrigated by reclaimed eater. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The Rincon Developers have entered into an agreement to form CFD #9 and complete projects for the development of the Rincon area. These Developers include Sterling, JP Rhoades, and Lyon Company. A project manager has been hired to represent the City and the developers on this project. Lyon has sold their property to Richland Development. Other Remarks: Not applicable. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-6 Multi -Use Trail Construction Project Description Provide additional trail links and staging areas for Equestrian use. Project Justification In order for existing trails constructed to connect, it is necessary for additional trail construction to occur. Also, staging areas are needed to unload trailered equipment and horses. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 130,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 130,000 Page 1 of 2 S-71 Project Location A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 030 Open Space Management City of Chino Hills Amount 130,000 Total 130,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 S-72 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code I Project Title P-6 Multi -Use Trail Construction Supplemental Comments: In order for this project to proceed, it will be necessary to secure funds from the Open Space Management Fund reserves or from assessments collected . Impact on Operations: Will increase maintenance costs and associated assessments, once construction is completed. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL Y EAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-7 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controllpr and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Project Location Page 1 of 2 S-73 A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 040 L & L Zone 1-A 131,600 Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 131,600 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 131,600 Total 131,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-74 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title P-7 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: IMT Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page, oft CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-75 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-8 Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Project Location A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 045 L & L Zone 1-H 47,600 Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 47,600 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 47,600 Total 47,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-76 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-8 Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Pagel 02 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY S-77 FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 - Project Code Project Title P-9 Los Ranchos Village Arterial Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new control[Qr and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 31,400 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 31,400 Project Location A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 121 L & L Zone 1-H City of Chino Hills Amount 31,400 Total 31,400 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-78 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-9 Los Ranchos Village Arterial Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: I�/UL Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: , Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills J Page 2 or 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-'10 Los Ranchos Village/Galloping Hills Road Landscape Installation Project Description Project Location Install plants, trees, and irrigation improvements along collector roadway. Project Justification To prevent erosion and improve the appearance of the street landscaping along this roadway it is necessary to plant shrubs and trees. In order to provide water to maintain this new plant material, irrigation improvements are also needed. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 25,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 25,000 Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 045 L & L Zone 1-H City of Chino Hills 0 z O I— w Page 1 of 2 _ S-79 a- EUCALYPTUS AVE Amount 25,000 Total 25,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-80 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-10 Los Ranchos Village/Galloping Hills Road Landscape Installation Supplemental Comments: N/A -Impact on Operations: Will decrease weed abatement costs, but will increase landscape maintenance costs, slightly. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-11 Oaks Village/Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Aoquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 9,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Project Location O� C�7 Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 050 L & L Zone 1-B Page 1 of 2 S-81 Amount 9,000 Total 9,000 Total 9,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94)'BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-82 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title - P-11 Oaks Village/Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 13G-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-12 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 26,900 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 26.900 Pr( Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 051 L & L Zone 1-D City of Chino Hills I . . I . „ Page 1 of 2 S-83 Amount 26,900 Total 26,900 (Rev. 10-94) 13G-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-84 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-12 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A J Page 2 of 2 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code I Project Title P- : o butterfreld Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, protect appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 9,700 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 9,700 Project Location I I I- I I- I I I 1 i Project Funding Summary: Fund 065 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-DD Page 1 of 2 S-85 Amount 9,700 Total 9,700 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-86 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-13 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-14 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Project Location Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller / and backflow enclosures, and augment existing plant material. Project Justification _ ,Fo It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, 9, prated appurtenances from vandalism, raise irrigation heads, and place sooVEL C^"YON R° drought tolerant plant material in order to maintain acceptable landscaping. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 17,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 17,000 — — — -- --J 9 Page 1 of 2 S-87 Project Funding Summary: Fund Source Amount 071 L & L Zone 1-M 17,000 Total 17,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-1 W ANNUAL BUDGET S-88 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-14 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: 1►13 City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-06 Project Code Project Title P-15 Community Park Landscape Restoration Project Description Augment existing plant material located within planters, with new plant material. Project Justification Much of the existing ground cover deteriorated as a result of water shortages last summer. Shrubs will be introduced into the ground cover planters. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 5,800 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 5,800 Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 031 Park Maintenance Fund City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 2 S-89 Amount 5,800 Total 5,800 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-90 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title P-15 Community Park Landscape Restoration Supplemental Comments: N/A _Impact on Operations: No impact. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: 'N/A FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUALBUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-16 Los Ranchos Village Easement Fencing Installation Project Description Install fencing to preclude access to Landscape Easements Project Justification In order to prevent unwanted access to easements through residents property, it is necessary to fence off these entrances. Access will be provided to authorized personnel only. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 25,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 25,000 Project Location RqN Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 045 L & L Zone 1-H City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 2 S-91 Amount 25,000 Total 25,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-92 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-16 Los Ranchos Village Easement Fencing Installation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: A decrease in vandalism and homeowner complaints is anticipated. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-17 Vaile Vista Park Fence Replacement Project Description Replace existing wooden fencing and add additional fencing at the Park site. Project Justification The existing wooden fence could topple. Attempts at repair could be more costly. Additional fencing is required to separate the Park from private property. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 10,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 10,000 Project Location �J / Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 122 L & L Zone 1-D City of Chino Hills Pape 1 of 2 S-93 Amount 10,000 Total 10,000 - (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET S-94 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-17 Valle Vista Park Fence Replacement Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Approval of this project will decrease the costs associated with maintaining wooden fencing. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code I Project Title P-18 English Springs Park Railing Installation Project Description Modify existing railing and add new railing to discourage pedestrian traffic at waterfall pump vault. Project Justification The installed railing will protect landscaping and minimize the chance for someone to be hurt as a result of a slip or fall. Other related Capital Project? (if yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 5,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 5,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 121 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-H Total Page 1 of 2 S-95 Amount 5,000 5,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 ! S-96 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-18 English Springs Park Railing Installation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Upon completion should reduce work associated with erosion and plant replacement. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-96 Project Code Project Title P-19 Rolling Ridge Drive Medians Renovation Project Description Renovate existing, obsolete irrigation system and augment existing plant material. Project Justification Design for the project was approved in the FY 94-95 budget. The work needs to proceed in order to assure a continued supply of water for healthy turf and plant material. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase Other Land Acquisition Costs Demolition Costs Relocation Costs Public Improvement Costs 25,000 Other Construction Costs Equipment Costs Other Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 001 General Fund Page 1 of 2 S-97 Amount 25,000 Total 25,000 Total 25,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 13G450 I ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 S-98 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Project Code Project Title P-19 Rolling Ridge Drive Medians Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A pact on Operations: Completion of the project will decrease maintenance costs associated with repairs of the existing irrigation system and should improve landscape aesthetics. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a