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1996-1997 Adopted BudgetANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-1997 CITY OF CHINO HILLS I N C O R P O R A T E D 1 9 9 1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA CITY OF CHINO HILLS CITY COUNCIL Ed Graham, Mayor James S. Thalman, Mayor Pro Tern Gary G. Larson, Council Member Gwenn Norton -Perry, Council Member Michael G. Wickman, Council Member CITY MANAGER . Douglas N. La Belle CITY ATTORNEY CITY CLERK Mark D. Hensley Linda D. Ruth DEPARTMENT HEADS Bruce A. Coleman, Community Development Director Denise C. Cattern, Community Services Director Stan McCartney, Finance Director/City Treasurer 1: - This page intentionally left blank. SECTION 1 SECTION II TABLE OF CONTENTS BUDGET PRESENTATION DOCUMENT AND SUMMARIES City Manager's Transmittal .................................. ........................ vii City of Chino Hills Graphs Total City Revenues - 1996-97 ............................................................. xiv Total City Expenditures - 1996-97 ........................................................... xv General Fund Revenues - 1996-97 ......................................................... xvi General Fund Expenditures - 1996-97 ....................................................... xvii General Budget Summary for Fiscal Year 1996-97 Summary of Resources, Use of Resources, and Appropriation Limitation ............................ A-1 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances...................................................... A-2 Summary of Revenue by Fund............................................................. A-5 Summary of Appropriations by Program ...................................................... A-17 Summary of Appropriations by Fund ......................................................... A-21 Summary of Appropriations by Fund: Expenditure Type Summary ................................. A-27 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title .............................. .............. A-33 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Element Object Title ............................................. A-37 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Department/Division............................................. A-38 Summary of Budgeted Regular Full -Time Positions ............................................. A-39 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions........................................................ A-40 CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL GENERAL GOVERNMENT CityCouncil............................................................................ B-1 CityManager........................................................................... C-1 CityClerk.............................................................................. D-1 CityAttorney ........................... .............................................. E-1 Finance............................................................................... F-1 Data Processing....................................................................... G-1 Personnel............................................................................. H-1 Risk Management................................................................. .... 1-1 Non -Departmental .. ........... ....................................................... J-1 9 J iv SECTION II CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL 4 LAWENFORCEMENT..............................................................t............ K-1 FIREPROTECTION .................................................. ........................ L-1 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administration ......................................................................... M-1 Engineering............................................................................ M-9 Planning........... .................................................................. M-17 Economic Development.................................................................. M-23 Buildingand Safety ...................................................................... M-29 Code Enforcement...................................................................... M-33 CDBG............................................................... ................ M-39 PUBLIC FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS (PUBLIC WORKS) Administration and Maintenance............................................................ N-1 Street Maintenance...................................................................... N-13 StreetSweeping........................................................................ N-21 Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance........................................................... N-25 SewerUtility ........................................................................... N-29 Storm Channel Maintenance.......................................................... .... N-39 Facilities Maintenance ....................................... ............................ N-45 Equipment Maintenance ........ ............................ ..... ...................... N-53 General Maintenance ... ............................................................... N-59 WATER UTILITY WaterUtility ............................................................................ 0-1 COMMUNITY SERVICES Community Services Administration......................................................... P-1 Recreation (Non -Fee) .................................................................... P-7 Recreation (Fee) ........................................................................ P-15 Emergency Preparedness................................................................. P-21 —A V SECTION II CITY OF CHINO HILLS DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET DETAIL COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS Administration and Debt Service .................................................... ....... Q-1 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS Administration and Debt Service............................................................ R-1 DEVELOPMENT FEE Development Fee Program................................................................ S-1 MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS Miscellaneous Programs.................................................................. T-1 Solid/Hazardous Waste.................................................................. T-5 AirQuality Project....................................................................... T-9 AnimalControl.......................................................................... T-13 SECTION III CAPITAL PROJECTS Capital Improvement Program............................................................. U-1 Funding Summary, Capital Improvement Program 1996-97....................................... U-4 Capital Projects, Appropriation Detail 1996-97................................................. U-9 Capital Projects Recommended But Excluded From Budget Appropriations This Fiscal Year ............. U-14 Capital Projects Status Report, Prior Years' ................................................... U-16 Capital Improvement Program Project Summaries Fiscal Year 1996-97 ............................. U-23 0t 4 t 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 ( IIN, OF ( IIINO HILLS HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL I am, pleased to transmit the approved Program of Municipal Services for Fiscal Year 1996/97 to the City Council. The Program of Municipal Services being presented includes significant changes in the City's organizational structure. The budget for Fiscal Year 1996/97 remains a one year program of Municipal Services. This budget begins the development of a comprehensive five year Capital Improvement and Operating Program that will be a product of the Chino Hills Visioning Process. This Program, which will be initiated during the first six months of the fiscal year, will match the delivery of daily services with the long term goals and objectives for Chino Hills. This proactive strategy is necessary if Chino Hills is to maintain and enhance program service levels and develop new programs to meet the expanding service needs of our residential and business communities. The organizational changes reflected in this budget document are intended to enhance accountability, improve efficiency and achieve a greater focus towards the delivery of Municipal Services. The budget provides for the continuation of existing programs, while it offers flexibility for development of new programs upon conclusion of the visioning process. During the first six months of the fiscal year, assumptions will be developed that enable staff to project revenues and expenditures over a five year time frame. These assumptions will be presented to the City Council for review, discussion and adoption during this next fiscal year and will become the basis for the 1997/98 fiscal year budget. As the visioning process evolves, the budget will begin to look to the future rather than the past for,development of operating and capital programs. As we move into next year's budget the objective is to become more program focused, with goals and objectives prioritized based upon available program resources. CITY COUNCIL: ED M. GRAHAM Vll GARY G LARSON GWENN E NORTON-PERRY .TAMES S THALMAN MICHAEL G. WICKMAN June 23,1996 Fiscal Year 1996/97 reflects the beginning of a new approach as illustrated by the organizational changes included within the budget document. The budget reflects the following significant organizational changes: ❑ The deletion of a net 5 full-time authorized positions over the Fiscal Year 1995/96 budget. ❑ The Engineering function will be consolidated with the Department of Community Development to improve the efficiency and accountability of the public and private development process. ❑ The Parks and Landscape Department will be expanded to include additional program responsibilities and will be designated the "Public Facilities and Operations Department". ❑ The Water Division will become a separate department reporting directly to the City Manager under the direction of the City's consulting engineering firm Robert Bein, William Frost & Associates (RBF). ❑ The Division of Community Services will expand and take on additional program responsibilities in the community services area as well as the park planning and development process and will be designated as a Department. The implementation of the approved organizational structure results in various re -classifications and transfers within and between the existing departments. Those are outlined on the Table of Organizational Changes which is Exhibit "A" to the budget transmittal letter. The approved budget reflects the elimination of the Public Works Department and the transfer of those program functions to other Vlll departments. The Engineering Division will be included within the Department of Community Development and the present Public Works Director will head that Division and function as the City Engineer. All field operations, exclusive of the water utility, will be consolidated under the direction of the current Parks and Landscape Director. His responsibilities will be expanded to include facilities maintenance and operations. The Community Services Division will be assigned expanded responsibilities to coordinate the delivery of all community service programs and will take on the additional responsibility of park planning and development. The budget includes the creation of classifications in some program areas that are designed to enhance accountability as well as organizational efficiency. As the fiscal year progresses, the City Manager, Department Heads and the entire management team will continue to look for ways to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and be responsive to the external economic forces that impact our resources. The goal of this year's budget is to continue the Council's commitrr)ent to deliver the highest level of service to our community. The appropriations limit for the expenditure of general tax revenues for the 1996-97 fiscal year in accordance with Article XIII B of the State of California Constitution, is $8,989,471. SUMMARY In accordance with the above, the total General Fund operating budget for Fiscal Year 1996/97 is $11,625,800 with annual revenues projected to exceed annual expenditures by $349,900 . The total operating budget for all Funds and Programs totals $49,706,600 with revenues projected to exceed expenditures by $15,745,100. The recommended Capital Improvement Program for all Funds for Fiscal Year 1996/97 is $17,227,900. The total City Budget for all Funds is $66,934,500. Program Revenues: Program revenues for Fiscal Year 1996/97 remain realistic but conservative. The development of a reliable on -going revenue base to support not only future but existing municipal service levels must be among the City's highest priorities. A comprehensive long-term strategy for developing this funding base will be a product of the visioning process. On -going General Fund revenues for Fiscal Year 1996/97 are estimated at $9,215,800 and intermittent General Fund revenues are estimated to be $2,759,900 for a total of $11,975,700. This budget provides the framework for change as we strive toward a proactive team approach for the delivery of municipal programs and services. The cooperation and assistance of each Department Head has been critical to the completion of this document and their support as always is appreciated. I would like to particularly thank our Finance Director, Stan McCartney and his entire staff for their support and diligence in completing the numerous tasks necessary to create the document before you. espectfully Submitted, DOU S N. LA BELLE, CITY MANAGER SUMMARY OF ASSUMPTIONS AND SIGNIFICANT PROGRAM CHANGES - Fiscal Year 1996-97 REVENUE GENERAL FUND The estimated property tax revenue is expected to decline this fiscal year to $1,224,000 from the $1,343,200 that was estimated last fiscal year. This decline is due to the decrease in assessed valuations which was caused by the recession experienced in the Southern California real estate market. The County Property Tax Manager advised the City that the decrease in assessed valuations caused by the recession offset any increase in assessed valuations resulting from new residential construction. 2. The estimated sales tax revenue ($1,015,000) is expected to be slightly less than in the previous year ($1,055,700). However, the forecasted amount will need to be analyzed in mid -year to determine any effect resulting from the new retail businesses established in neighboring cities. 3. The property development based estimated revenue, such as construction permits, plan review, and inspection fees, was calculated based on the assumption that permits for600 residential building units will be requested in the new fiscal year. This estimate is equal to the prior years' estimated permit activity. 4. The motor vehicle in lieu fee estimated revenue ($1,814,400) will remain about the same as in previous fiscal years since it is based on a fixed population rate (51,471) for the first five fiscal years of a newly incorporated City. However, if a City's actual population rate exceeds the statutorily -fixed rate, the higher actual rate will be used. It is expected that the City will exceed the 51,471 population benchmark after the fifth fiscal year (1996-97) as a result of the residential development occurring within the City. 5. The estimated Administrative Overhead charges revenue ($2,790,300) is for the General Fund's support of other activities and !x programs such as the water and sewer utilities, the development fee program, community facilities districts and assessment districts program, and the landscape and lighting maintenance program. The overhead charges are based on a City-wide cost allocation program that uses personnel, facilities usage, and budget data as allocation factors in calculating the amount of the overhead charges. 6. The estimated interest income revenue ($912,500) is based on the assumption that the average interest rate the City will earn on its investments during the fiscal year is five percent. 7. The General Fund 1996-97 total estimated revenues equal $11,975,700, an increase of $843,300 (7.6 percent) over last years budgeted revenues of $11,132,400. On -going revenues (property taxes, sales taxes, franchise. fees, motor vehicle in lieu fees, administrative overhead charges, interest income, and interfund transfers) for 1996-97 total $9,215,800, which is an increase of $252,000 (2.8 percent) over last year's $8,963,800. Intermittent revenues (construction permits, planning/engineering, inspection fees, property transfer taxes, fines and forfeitures, cost reimbursement, and miscellaneous revenues) for 1996-97 total $2,759,900, which is an increase of $591,300 (27.3 percent) over last years $2,168,600. The primary increase in the intermittent revenues was for construction permit fees and planning/engineering/inspections fees. For the new fiscal year, the forecasted operating revenues interfund and transfers of $11,975,700 exceed the budgeted operating expenditures of $11,625,800 by $349,900. REVENUE - OTHER FUNDS The Water Utility's estimated water sales revenues have increased by $1,185,700 to $8,991,800 from last years estimate of $7,846,100. The increase is primarily due to two causes: an increase in the number of customers (due to residential development) and the 10 percent increase in water rates approved in November 1995. As a note of interest, the water utility expenditures exceed the projected revenue due to increased costs. It is expected that City staff will present to the City Council in Winter 1997, a rate modification proposal following the completion of the water utility mater plan in the Fall 1996. The rate modification will be based on the current level of budgeted expenditures and any rate structure recommendations resulting from the completion of the master plan. 2. The development fee program's estimated revenues are based on the level of residential development that is expected to occur this fiscal year (as previously explained). The development fees include the Facilities Development Fees ($6,478,000), Facilities Benefit Assessment Fees ($330,000), Parkland Fee ($2,285,000), Traffic Signal Fees ($488,900), Water Capital Connection Fee ($110,400). The total of these fees ($16,651,300) reflects an increase of $9,693,500 over the previous years estimated revenues of $6,957,800. The principal cause of the increase is due to the number of facilities that the developers expect to complete and transfer to the City in lieu of payment of development fees. 3. The community facilities district special taxes and assessment district special assessments are established each year based on their respective formation and debt issue documents. The basic CFD tax is being increased by $7.61 (2 percent) to $387.92 from the 1995-96 tax assessment of $380.31. CFD total special tax revenue is expected to equal $8,333,600, which is an increase of $201,500 over 1995-96 fiscal year revenue of $8,132,100. The assessment district's special assessments, which are based on the fiscal years estimated debt service and administration expenditures, is forecasted to be $533,000 less than last years assessments of $3,432,800. The primary cause of the decrease is due to the reduction in debt service costs as a result of,the recent refinancing of the assessment districts' debt issues. 4. The estimated landscape and lighting district estimated assessment revenues are expected to increase about 4 percent to $4,870,300 from last years budgeted amount of $4,667,300. The increase in assessment revenue is due to an increase in the maintenance expenditures for the district as well as in the amount of area to be maintained. As a note of interest, the actual per -parcel assessment for eight zones is forecasted to be equal to,jor less than, the zones' previous year's assessment. Only three zones are projected to experience an increase next fiscal year - zone 1-C (commercial), 1-K (Woodview), and 1-N (one of Carbon Canyon's three zones). The zone 1-C annual assessment is expected to increase by $312 (21.7 percent) due to a decrease in the number of parcels over which the assessments are spread; and zones 1-K and 1-N annual assessments are expected to increase by $6 (14.4 percent) and $7 (11.8 percent), respectively, due to increased costs for maintenance. 5. The estimated revenue for the Gas Tax fund is expected to decrease to $878,400 from last years budget amount of $920,400. EXPENDITURES As discussed in the transmittal letter, significant organization changes are being implemented for the 1996-97 fiscal year. In summary, two new departments are being formed- a Water Utility Department and a Public Facilities and Operations Department. Most of the maintenance and field operation functions within the prior Public Works Department as well as the Parks and Landscape Department (except Park Planning), are being transferred to the new Public Facilities and Operations Department. The prior Public Works functions which are not being transferred include the Water Utility (being established as its own department under direct oversight of the City Manager's office), the Engineering function (which is being transferred to the Community Development Department), and the Solid Waste, Air Quality, and Animal Control programs, which will be administered by the City Clerk Department. The Park Planning function will be transferred to the Community Services Department from the former Parks and Landscape Department. 2. The reorganization results in a City-wide personnel reduction of a net five positions The reduction is comprised of the elimination of seven positions offset by an increase of two positions. The positions that have been eliminated, which are currently vacant, include a Senior Maintenance Worker position and an Engineering Technician II position in the Water Utility Department, a Senior Maintenance Worker position in the Sewer/Drainage divisions, an Assistant Public Works Engineer in the Engineering Division, the Personnel Analyst position in the City Managers Department, an Administrative Analyst I position in the Public Facilities and Operations Department, and a Secretary (Assessment Technician) position in the Community Development Department. The two new positions include the Parks and Open Space Superintendent position in the Public Facilities and Operations Department, and an Administrative Secretary position in the City Manager's Department. The total City personnel allocation will be 95 for fiscal year 96/97. 3. General Fund - The expenditure budget (excluding interfund transfers) for the General Fund equals $11,625,800 for this year, which is an increase of $613,400 over last years original expenditure budget of $11,012,400. The principal causes of the increase are twofold: the first time inclusion of the Economic Development Activity ($213,500); and an increase in risk management costs ($309,800) for liability and workers compensation costs. 4. Community Development Program - This program's budget has increased by $14,410,800 this fiscal year to $48,798,500 from the previous years $34,378,700 budget. The increase is primarily due to the water facility capital project program ($5,724,000) proposed for the new fiscal year, as well as the transfer of $3,916,600 to the Facilities Development Fee program, which amount in turn, was transferred to the Water Capital Connection Fee program as a loan for the above -mentioned water facility capital improvement program. 5. Leisure Services Program - The 1996-97 budget for this program is $1,175,500, which it an increase of $236,300 over last years budget of $939,200. The program costs have primarily increased due to the expansion of the fee -based program for youth and adult activities and the addition to this program of the park planning activity ($80,700) and the Healthy Cities activity. The addition of these new activities is the result of the proposed reorganization of City departments. XI 6. Capital Improvement Program - This program budget equals $17,227,900 for the fiscal year, which is an increase of $7,582,900 over last years budget of $9,645,000. The CIP includes seven street facilities projects ($570,300), seven traffic signal projects ($740,000), three building facilities projects ($1,349,000) which includes the proposed Rincon Fire Station ($1,175,000), ten water facilities projects ($8,792,000), one project each for the sewer and drainage facilities program ($140,000), and fifteen parks and landscape facilities projects ($5,636,600). The CIP section of the budget document contains further information about the capital projects. INTERFUND TRANSFERS General Fund - the total estimated General Fund Transfers to other Funds in the amount of $4,454,600 for the 1996-97 fiscal year is being made for three purposes: a redistribution to the Facilities Development Fee Fund of $3,916,600 that was transferred to the General Fund in 1994-95 as a result of the refunding of the assessment district bonds; a transfer of $277,000 of capital contribution to the newly -established Data Processing Fund for the General Fund's share of the future replacement cost for computer hardware and software; and a transfer of $260,500 to the Capital Projects Fund for the capital projects being financed by the General Fund. For further explanations, refer to the Development Fee Program budget (Facilities Development Fee Fund transfer), the Non - Departmental and Data Processing budgets (Data Processing Capital Contribution transfer), and the Capital Projects budget. 2. Facilities Development Fee Fund - a $3,916,600 transfer from this fund to the Water Capital Connection Fee Fund is being proposed for the purpose of lending funds to the WCCF Fund to finance the installation of water utility facilities that are required due to residential development. The loan is interest -bearing and will be repaid to the FDF Fund over time, based on when water capital connection fees are collected from developers/land owners as a requirement of development. For further information about this loan, refer to the Development Fee program budget. XII 3. Other Funds' Transfers - the other transfers that are budgeted are primarily for capital projects and debt service appropriations. These transfers are explained within the program narratives of the various funds for which these transfers are budgeted. FUND BALANCES General Fund - The estimated General Fund contingency, emergency, and Special Projects Reserve and Development Fee Reserve as of June 30, 1996, are being decreased by $4,104,700 from $11,851,100 to $7,746,400 due to three reasons: the transfer of $3,916,600 to the Facilities Development Fee Fund, the equity transfer of $277,500 to the newly -created Data Processing Fund, and the transfer of $260,500 to the Capital Projects Fund for General Fund financed projects. The purpose of these transfers have been explained previously within this summary section. As a result of these transfers, the General Fund Development Fee Reserve of $3,916,600 has been eliminated, and the Contingency, Emergency, and Special Projects Reserve has been reduced from $4,595,500 to $4,057,500 (a decrease of $538,000 for the combined transfers of the Data Processing Fund equity reserve transfer of $277,500 and the Capital Project Fund transfer of $260,500). Gas Tax Fund - The estimated reserve for this fund is being reduced from $478,800 to $27,100 due to the funds required to finance certain street repairs and installation of traffic signals. The reduction of these reserves do not impact street maintenance operating expenditures, however, sources of funds other than Gas Tax funds will be required to finance street facility capital improvements as a result of the reduction of the Gas Tax reserves. 3. Measure I Fund - This fund's estimated reserves are forecasted to increase to $730,100 from $653,000, in the 1996-97 fiscal year. This increase is due to the commitment of these funds (for street overlay projects) being less than the estimated Measure I revenues. The cloud that had recently been cast over these funds from a recent State Supreme Court ruling on Proposition 62, may disperse as a result of legislation that is pending in the State Legislature. 4. Landscape and Lighting District Funds - The estimated reserves for these funds is expected to decrease by $957,500 from $8,182,700 to $7,225,200 due to the use of these reserves to finance various capital projects within the L & L zones. The reduction in reserves only impacts the facility acquisition and replacement reserves, which reserves are forecasted to equal $4,563,800 as of the end of the new fiscal year. The L & L Fund's cash flow reserves are not impacted by any appropriations in the new fiscal year and are expected to remain at their current level of $2,661,300. Water Utility Fund - This fund's available reserves are forecasted to equal $4,978,900 at the end of the new fiscal year, an increase of $327,600 from the 1995-96 year end estimated reserve of $3,651,300. The reserve will be comprised of cash flow reserves of $1,200,000 and water facility replacement reserves of $2,778,900. The annual increase in reserves is less than anticipated at this time due to three reasons: the water utility expenditures being exceeded by the utility's revenues by $358,800 (including depreciation expense of $1,185,700); the budgeted capital projects of $213,000 being charged to the reserve; and the $125,500 equity transfer to the newly - created Data Processing Fund. It is intended that City staff will present to the City Council in Winter 1997, a water rate modification to mitigate the impact on the reserves as a result of the proposed 1996-97 expenditures exceeding the revenues (as previously explained in the Revenue section of this synopsis). The reduction in reserves for the capital project expenditures is an intended use of the reserve; the cash generated from the depreciation expense increases the reserve for future facility replacement projects, and when the replacement projects are constructed, they are financed from these reserves. Finally, the reduction in reserves for the transfer to the new Data Processing Fund is the Water Utility Fund's share of the equity capital needed when replacement is required for the computer hardware and software that is being transferred to the new fund from the Water Utility Fund. ANNUAL BUDGET Xiii FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Table of Organizational Changes Exhibit A 1996-97 1995-96 Increase/ Department Actual Recommended (Decrease) City Manager 5 6 1 City Cleric 4 5 1 Finance 14 13 (1) Community Development 8 18 10 Public Facilities and Operations 0 29 29 Public Works 47 0 (47) Water Utility 0 16 16 Parks and Landscape 16 0 (16) Community Services 6 8 2 Grand Total 100 95 (5) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 XIV Development Fees 16.1% $16,651,300 Revenue from Ag 3 2% $3,289,500 Taxes and Assessments 18.6% 4r.1a ,)ua Cann City of Chino Hills 1996-97 Total City Revenues Money and Property Use 3 2% $3,303,800 Interfund Transfers 29.6% $30, 591, 500 f aarges for Services & ost Reimbursements 26.6% $27, 519,100 ar Revenue 2.7% ,825,200 Commun $48,789,500 City of Chino Hills 1996-97 Total City Expenditures Capital Projects Leisure Services 16 4% 1.1% $17,227,900 General Government 0 oni Public Safety 3 3% $3,490,800 XV is Works 9 3% 778,300 Xvl City of Chino Hills 1996-97 General Fund Revenues Revenue from Agencies Charges for Services 15 2% 5 0% $1,815,300 Licenses and Pei 12 9% $1,545,000 Other Revenue 1.5% $181,700 Taxes and / 24 ,$2,956,600 Interfund Transfers 7 4% $883,400 Monev and Property Use .6% 2,500 ;ost Reimbursements 25.7% $3,084,300 Public Safety 21.7% $3,490,800 vci�c�of vwv—nn.c.na 21 2% $3,413,800 4; City of Chino Hills 1996-97 General Fund Expenditures Public Works 12.1 % $1,949,400 Leisure Services 2 6% $419,700 Xvii Community Development 18.0% $2.890.400 elopment Fee Programs 24 4% $3,916,600 This page intentionally left blank. 1 N J ANNUAL BUDGET A-1 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Resources, Uses of Resources, and Appropriation Limitation RESOURCES USES OF RESOURCES Beginning Fund Balances 46,052,400 Appropriations: Estimated Revenues: General Government * 3,491,100 Property Taxes 1,224,000 Public Safety 3,490,800 Assessments 16,333,300 Public Works Sales Taxes 1,015,000 Water Utility * 9,575,800 Other Taxes 717,600 Public Facilities and Operations Licenses and Permits 1,545,000 Administration and Operations * 6,160,500 Fines and Penalties 174,700 Sewer Utility * 2,658,100 Revenue from Use of Money and Property 3,303,800 Parks and Landscape 9,376,400 Revenue from Other Agencies 3,289,500 Solid Waste 3,007,500 Charges for Current Services and Cost Community Development 48,789,500 Reimbursements 22,125,700 Leisure Services 1,175,500 Development Fees 16,651,300 Less: Intertund Transfers and Transactions (38,018,600) Other Revenues 6,732,200 Total Department Expenditures 49,706,600 Intertund Transfers 30,591,500 Capital Projects 17,227,900 Less: Intertund Transfers and Transactions (38,018,600) Total Appropriations 66,934,500 Total Estimated Revenues 65,685,000 Ending Fund Balance 44,802,900 TOTAL RESOURCES 111,737,400 TOTAL USES OF RESOURCES 111,737,400 APPROPRIATION LIMITiATION AdCORDING TO ARTICLE XIIIB OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION: Appropriation Limitation 8,989,471 * Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense II City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-2 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances Fund Title GENERALFUND Operating Fund Cash Flow Reserve Contingency, Emergency, and Special Projects Reserve Development Fee Reserve SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Recreation Fund Gas Tax Fund Measure I Fund Air Quality Improvement Fund Solid Waste Fund Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District Funds Development Fee Funds Community Development Block Grant Fund Capital Projects Funds Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds ENTERPRISE FUNDS Water Fund * Sewer Fund * INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Equipment Maintenance Fund Data Processing Fund AGENCY FUNDS Community Facilities Districts Funds Assessment Districts Funds LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS TOTAL ALL FUNDS * Excluding depreciation and amortization expense. Beginning Revenues Fund Operating Transfers from Balance + Revenues + Other Funds 0 11,092,300 883,400 3,339,000 0 0 4,595,500 0 0 3,916,600 0 0 93,700 677,200 0 478,800 890,200 0 653,000 437,100 0 78,300 59,200 0 0 2,948,100 0 8,182,700 7,067,800 1,333,700 5,471,100 17,171,900 9,194,000 0 97,000 0 829,400 3,742,700 13,103,900 607,700 2,129,800 433,000 3,651,300 9,851,000 0 2,824,900 3,285,700 0 1,627,300 468,000 0 0 126,100 403,000 6,498,400 8,890,200 5,240,500 3,204,700 4,177,800 0 0 (7,427,100) (30,591,500) 46,052,400 65,685,000 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET A-3 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Changes to Fund Balances Appropriations Ending Transfers to Operating Fund - Other Funds - Expenditures = Balance Fund Title GENERAL FUND 0 11,625,800 349,900 Operating Fund 0 0 3,339,000 Cash Flow Reserve 538,000 0 4,057,500 Contingency, Emergency, and Special Projects Reserve 3,916,600 0 0 Development Fee Reserve SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 0 675,100 95,800 Recreation Fund 1,341,900 0 27,100 Gas Tax Fund 360,000 0 730,100 Measure I Fund 0 0 137,500 Air Quality Improvement Fund . 0 2,948,100 0 Solid Waste Fund 2,274,800 7,084,200 7,225,200 Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District Funds 14,742,400 8,285,100 8,809,500 Development Fee Funds 0 97,000 0 Community Development Block Grant Fund 0 17,227,900 448,100 Capital Projects Funds 5,000 2,383,000 782,500 Miscellaneous Special Revenue Funds ENTERPRISE FUNDS 338,500 9,237,300 3,926,500 Water Fund * 40,000 2,618,100 3,452,500 Sewer Fund * INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 0 278,700 1,816,600 Equipment Maintenance Fund 0 77,300 451,800 Data Processing Fund AGENCY FUNDS 5,673,500 7,827,200 7,128,400 Community Facilities Districts Funds 1,360,800 3,996,800 2,024,900 Assessment Districts Funds (30,591,500) (7,427,100) 0 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS, 0 66,934,500 44,802,900 TOTAL ALL FUNDS * Fxrludino depreciation expense City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-4 This page intentionally left blank. 7 ANNUAL BUDGET A-5 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved GENERAL FUND Taxes and Assessments Property Taxes: Current Secured 1% Levy 1,007,071 1,011,728 1,103,900 1,175,800 1,038,800 1,038,800 Current Unsecured 1% Levy 62,685 72,565 61,000 64,600 78,900 78,900 Supplemental Roll 11,064 1,422 6,000 11,100 2,600 2,600 Homeowner's Exemption 34,714 28,302 19,200 34,700 28,300 28,300 Prior Year Taxes (53,584) 82,366 32,600 46,800 60,700 60,700 Interest and Penalties 14,399 14,646 10,000 10,200 - 14,700 14,700 Total Property Taxes 1,076,349 1,211,029 1,232,700 1,343,200 1,224,000 1,224,000 Sales Taxes 1,077,194 984,273 1,000,000 1,055,700 1,015,000 1,015,000 Business License Taxes 47,265 46,320 15,000 25,000 47,300 47,300 Franchise Taxes 519,605 517,159 445,000 516,200 527,000 527,000 Property Transfer Taxes 164,031 155,810 69,600 131,300 142,300 142,300 Other Miscellaneous Taxes 16,591 10,004 16,600 16,400 1,000 1,000 Total 2,901,035 2,924,595 2,778,900 3,087,800 2,956,600 2,956,600 Licenses and Permits Building and Safety Permit Fees 947,858 1,292,573 850,000 1,258,200 1,369,200 1,369,200 Engineering Permit Fees 27,248 31,831 17,900 24,600 147,000 147,000 Miscellaneous Permit Fees 16,818 24,174 15,200 16,400 28,800 28,800 Total 991,924 1,348,578 883,100 1,299,200 1,545,000 1,545,000 Fines and Penalties Parking Fines a 42,326 86,894 60,000 60,400 86,900 86,900 Vehicle Impound Fees 55,953 36,845 53,600 65,300 36,000 36,000 Miscellaneous 93,723 46,403 65,300 58,400 51,800 51,800 Total 192,002 170,142 178,900 184,100 174,700 174,700 City of Chino Hills J it A-6 Revenue Source GENERAL FUND (Continued) Revenue from Use of Monev and Provertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Agencies State Motor Vehicle In -Lieu Fees State Motor Vehicle Off -Highway Fees Miscellaneous Revenue Total Charges for Current Services Plan Checking Fees Miscellaneous Community Develop- ment Fees Engineering Inspection Fees Miscellaneous Public Works Fees Police Services Total Cost Reimbursements Administrative Overhead Charges Miscellaneous Cost Reimbursements Total Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds GENERAL FUND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET ' FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 x Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 686,383 1,180,223 385,000 790,400 912,500 912,500 1,710,620 1,804,396 1,700,000 1,736,000 1,814,400 1,814,400 842 831 900 900 900 900 15,762 0 29,500 0 0 0 1,727,224 1,805,227 1,730,400 1,736,900 1,815,300 1,815,300 171,011 274,218 584,000 244,500 426,200 426,200 8,084 35,224 9,000 11,400 60,400 60,400 136,899 60,358 279,300 78,300 56,000 56,000 47,703 37,397 76,400 39,800 40,600 40,600 4,615 20,233 0 18,300 13,700 13,700 368,312 427,430 948,700 392,300 596,900 596,900 1,914,916 1,636,332 1,490,100 2,605,500 2,790,300 2,790,300 264,626 321,157 85,900 155,700 294,000 294,000 2,179,542 1,957,489 1,576,000 2,761,200 3,084,300 3,084,300 224,429 352,571 304,600 6,000 7,000 7,000 401,459 4,617,880 62,000 874,500 883,400 883,400 9,672,310 14,784,135 8,847,600 11,132,400 11,975,700 11,975,700 City of Chino Hills ANNUAL BUDGET A-7 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved RECREATION FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Proaertv Interest Income 2,820 0 4,500 5,000 4,700 4,700 Charues for Current Services Recreation Program Fees 258,541 367,008 371,100 559,300 672,500 672,500 RECREATION FUND TOTAL 261,361 367,008 375,600 564,300 677,200 677,200 GAS TAX FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Propertv Interest Income 38,313 46,438 36,000 15,600 11,800 11,800 Revenue from Other Aaencies State Gas Tax 2105 279,976 284,880 286,400 299,400 284,900 284,900 State Gas Tax 2106 186,381 180,888 195,400 190,400 180,900 180,900 State Gas Tax 2107 414,081 405,050 434,100 423,100 405,100 405,100 State Gas Tax 2107.5 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 Total 887,938 878,318 923,400 920,400 878,400 878,400 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 0 0 0 14,000 0 0 GAS TAX FUND TOTAL 926,251 924,756 959,400 950,000 890,200 890,200 City of Chino Hills A-8 Revenue Source MEASURE IFUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Proaertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Agencies Measure I Sales Tax MEASURE I FUND TOTAL AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and ProDertv Interest Income Revenue from Other Agencies Air Quality Control Fee AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL SOLID WASTE FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Progertv Interest Income Charges for Current Services Refuse Disposal Fees SOLID WASTE FUND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 19,099 17,406 22,000 15,600 47,700 47,700 315,042 362,408 320,000 380,900 389,400 389,400 334,141 379,814 342,000 396,500 437,100 437,100 3,361 8,963 3,000 7,800 4,600 4,600 51,661 50,366 60,000 52,800 54,600 54,600 55,022 59,329 63,000 60,600 59,200 59,200 2,944 4,497 0 0 0 0 2,399,819 2,770,859 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,948,100 2,948,100 2,402,763 2,775,356 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,948,100 2,948,100 City of Chino Hills ANNUAL BUDGET A-9 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Current Year's Assessments 5,554,277 4,872,160 5,154,400 4,667,300 4,870,300 4,870,300 Prior Year's Assessments 4,305 88,518 0 0 0 0 Interest and Penalties 1,279 209,588 0 0 0 0 Total 5,559,861 5,170,266 5,154,400 4,667,300 4,870,300 4,870,300 Revenue from Use of Money and Property . Interest Income 483,932 836,122 454,800 534,000 449,300 449,300 Revenue from Other Agencies Community Development Block Grants 0 0 73,500 0 0 0 Miscellaneous Grants 0 61,928 175,000 0 0 0 Total 0 61,928 248,500 0 0 0 Miscellaneous Revenues Charges for Services 0 84,146 0 1,261,800 1,661,700 1,661,700 Other Miscellaneous Revenues 12,053 54,736 100,000 0 86,500 86,500 Total 12,053 138,882 100,000 1,261,800 1,748,200 1,748,200 Interfund Transfers - Transfers from Other Funds 3,027,697 2,559,029 3,206,840 1,356,700 1,333,700 1,333,700 LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS TOTAL A i 9,083,543 8,766,227 9,164,540 7,819,800 8,401,500 8,401,500 City of Chino Hills A-10 Revenue Source DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Revenue from Use of Monev and Prooertif Interest Income Facilities Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Fee Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Water Capital Development Fee Sewer Capital Development Fee Total Charaes for Current Services Facilities Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Fee Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Traffic Signal Fees Water Capital Development Fee Sewer Capital Development Fee Total Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 264,059 309,688 263,500 261,800 303,900 303,900 33,051 95,201 58,500 45,000 85,000 85,000 0 0 0 0 26,200 26,200 0 0 0 0 13,500 13,500 117,226 288,778 110,000 62,500 57,600 57,600 17,864 30,395 15,000 28,000 34,400 34,400 432,200 724,062 447,000 397,300 520,600 520,600 3,942,809 7,885,430 5,863,800 4,863,000 6,478,000 6,478,000 687,554 1,067,220 1,002,600 330,000 330,000 330,000 0 0 0 0 4,221,200 4,221,200 0 0 0 0 2,285,000 2,285,000 0 0 0 0 488,900 488,900 1,244,021 2,215,139 1,365,000 1,672.800 2,737,800 2,737,800 106,160 109,659 110,000 92,000 110,400 110,400 5,980,544 11,277,448 8,341,400 6,957,800 16,651,300 16,651,300 1,653,467 4,727,046 1,297,800 8,066,211 16, 728, 556 10, 086, 200 El 7,355,100 9,194,000 9,194,000 26,365,900 26,365,900 City of Chino Hills Revenue Source COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND Revenue from Other Agencies 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 Property Interest Income Streetsweeping Assessments Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements Pomona Construction Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Central Avenue Project Chino Hills Forest Plan Project CSA 48 Bond Reserve Fund Federal Emergency Management i Agency Chino Hills Capital Corporation Total ANNUAL BUDGET A-11 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 522,000 773,000 97,000 97,000 0 0 522,000 773,000 97,000 97,000 304,057 278,404 308,200 271,900 219,100 219,100 - 10,315 12,547 11,000 10,500 10,500 10,500 314,372 290,951 319,200 282,400 229,600 229,600 17,709 27,808 24,800 27,400 30,400 30,400 909 2,276 1,300 2,400 700 700 102,272 148,330 90,000 140,000 50,000 50,000 2,454 0 6,000 0 0 0 2,564 4,408 200 4,000 0 0 0 307 0 0 0 0 0 4,437 0 0 0 0 826 622 900 0 0 0 7,072 12,127 5,000 10,600 12,100 12,100 133,806 200,315 128,200 184,400 93,200 93,200 City of Chino Hills ANNUAL BUDGET A-12 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 @ Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (Continued) Revenue from Other Agencies Miscellaneous Grants 150,000 755,711 0 407,500 54,800 54,800 Federal Emergency Management Agency 85,348 98,025 50,600 0 0 0 Total 235,348 853,736 50,600 407,500 54,800 54,800 Charges for Services Inter -Agency Revenues 0 0 0 0 1,752,200 1,752,200 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds Sleepy Hollow Road Improvements 0 14,924 0 0 0 0 Pomona Construction 0 665,000 0 0 0 0 Chino Hills Parkway Phasing 676,588 850,478 500,000 580,000 0 0 Chino Hills Park Development 0 1,239,035 0 0 0 0 Chino Hills Capital Corporation 425,318 426,099 423,300 434,500 433,000 433,000 Total 1,101,906 3,195,536 923,300 1,014,500 433,000 433,000 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS TOTAL 1,700,084 4,442,513 1,370,700 1,888,800 2,562,800 2,562,800 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Revenue from Use of Monev and Proaertv Interest Income Community Facilities Districts 553,604 385,299 273,900 112,000 11,000 11,000 Assessment Districts 52,552 11,750 29,200 14,800 0 0 Total 606,156 397,049 303,100 126,800 11,000 11,000 City of Chino Hills J ANNUAL BUDGET A-13 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS (Continued) Miscellaneous Revenues Contributions from Property Owners 58,218 586,372 1,510,000 1,525,000 3,731,700 3,731,700 Other Miscellaneous Revenues 88,014 12,342 0 0 0 0 Total 146,232 598,714 1,510,000 1,525,000 3,731,700 3,731,700 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 313,600 3,214,067 480,000 6,520,000 13,103,900 13,103,900 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS TOTAL 1,065,988 4,209,830 2,293,100 8,171,800 16,846,600 16,846,600 WATER FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Property Interest Income 85,471 235,425 60,000 200,000 250,200 250,200 Rents and Leases 249,723 234,027 0 249,800 249,800 249,800 Total 335,194 469,452 60,000 449,800 500,000 500,000 Chames for Current Services Water Sales 7,086,840 7,610,998 7,818,400 7,846,100 8,991,800 8,991,800 Meter Installation Fees 137,642 208,510 120,000 234,200 208,500 208,500 Miscellaneous Charges 138,397 93,934 95,900 70,000 135,700 135,700 Total 7,362,879 7,913,442 8,034,300 8,150,300 9,336,000 9,336,000 Miscellaneous Revenues' Other Miscellaneous Revenues 46,763 125,762 7,200 10,000 15,000 15,000 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 931,005 6,321,440 357,800 0 0 0 WATER FUND TOTAL 8,675,841 14,830,096 8,459,300 8,610,100 9,851,000 9,851,000 City of Chino Hills A-14 Revenue Source SEWER FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and Propertv Interest Income Charaes for Current Services Sewer Maintenance Fees CBMWD Treatment Fees Other Miscellaneous Charges Total Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds SEWER FUND TOTAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Revenue from Use of Monev and, Propertv Interest Income Charges for Current Services Equipment Rental Fees Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Mahager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 48,235 133,846 40,000 120,000 150,000 150,000 918,429 1,287,953 1,294,100 1,279,000 1,287,900 1,287,900 2,156,010 1,760,637 1,988,400 1,698,900 1,758,300 1,758,300 9,654 96,522 0 90,000 89,500 89,500 3,084,093 3,145,112 3,282,500 3,067,900 3,135,700 3,135,700 0 34,510 0 0 0 0 240,042 0 0 0 0 0 3,372,370 3,313,468 3,322,500 3,187,900 3,285,700 3,285,700 0 0 0 0 94,100 94,100 0 0 0 379,600 373,900 373,900 0 0 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills 0 509,600 468,000 468,000 J J ANNUAL BUDGET A-15 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved DATA PROCESSING FUND Charoes for Current Services Data Processing Charges 0 0 0 0 126,100 126,100 Interfund Transfers Equity Transfers In 0 0 0 0 403,000 403,000 DATA PROCESSING FUND TOTAL 0 0 0 0 529,100 529,100 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS , Taxes and Assessments Current Year's Special Taxes 5,356,454 5,284,561 6,117,800 7,971,900 6,142,500 6,142,500 Prior Year's Special Taxes 118,887 (110,232) 106,000 127,000 128,900 128,900 Interest and Penalties 33,578 118,350 12,000 33,200 37,200 37,200 Prepaid Special Assessments 0 4,930 0 0 0 0 CFD 9C Tax Discharge 0 132,306 0 0 2,025,000 2,025,000 Total 5,508,919 5,429,915 6,235,800 8,132,100 8,333,600 8,333,600 Revenue from Use of Monev and Proaerty. Interest Income 5,587 547,107 398,600 381,600 323,300 323,300 Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues 0 27,203 2,900 0 233,300 233,300 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds* 1 6,698,802 3,927,832 5,156,500 5,754,600 5,240,500 5,240,500 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS TOTAL 12,213,308 9,932,057 11,793,800 14,268,300 14,130,700 14,130,700 City of Chino Hills ANNUAL BUDGET A-16 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Revenue by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Revenue Source Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS Taxes and Assessments Current Year's Assessments 3,584,702 3,780,753 4,130,200 3,252,800 2,899,800 2,899,800 Prior Year's Assessments 990,126 407,673 670,000 150,000 0 0 Interest and Penalties 157,610 795,860 0 30,000 0 0 Prepaid Special Assessments 0 49,668 0 0 0 0 Total 4,732,438 5,033,954 4,800,200 3,432,800 2,899,800 2,899,800 Revenue from Use of Monev and Propertv Interest Income 491,947 909,075 570,000 334,000 181,000 181,000 Charges for Current Services Lien Apportionment Fees 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 Miscellaneous Revenues Other Miscellaneous Revenues 2,106,267 1,561,054 893,400 0 997,000 997,000 Interfund Transfers Transfers from Other Funds 7,311,293 18,520,942 3,877,100 4,223,500 0 0 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS TOTAL 14,641,945 26,025,025 10,140,700 7,990,300 4,177,800 4,177,800 TOTALALL FUNDS 72,471,138 107,538,170 70,184,140 76,508,500 103,703,600 103,703,600 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS (21,539,363) (48,874,665) (23,622,610) (24,104,700) (38,018,600) (38,018,600) TOTAL REVENUES 50,931,775 58,663,505 46,561,530 52,403,800 65,685,000 65,685,000 City of Chino Hills ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 A-17 Summary of Appropriations by Program 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Program Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Adopted GENERAL GOVERNMENT City Council 74,260 68,715 87,500 102,500 101,200 101,200 City Manager 315,213 257,247 219,600 452,700 465,800 465,800 City Clerk 225,494 179,619 475,000 443,000 567,200 567,200 City Attorney 214,832 238,125 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 Finance 662,228 789,827 871,100 908,300 866,300 866,300 Data Processing * 0 0 0 0 77,300 77,300 Personnel 0 0 0 0 137,200 137,200 Risk Management 0 0- 0 372,400 643,100 678,100 Non -Departmental 783,934 391,258 364,400 417,700 348,000 348,000 Total 2,275,961 1,924,791 2,217,600 2,946,600 3,456,100 3,491,100 PUBLIC SAFETY Law Enforcement 2,662,014 2,812,751 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 Fire Protection 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 126,000 Emergency Preparedness 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 Animal Control 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 Total 2,847,104 3,009,734 3,303,900 3,319,800 3,490,800 3,490,800 PUBLIC WORKS Water Utility * 8,977,895 8,927,916 10,654,140 9,366,700 9,575,800 9,575,800 Public Facilities and Operations Administration/Parks and Landscape Maintenance 8,256,877 10,827,413 10,636,550 9,951,900 9,457,100 9,457,100 Public Works Administration 583,865 539,612 669,700 1,282,000 0 0 Street Maintenance 1,335,621 1,488,110 1,193,600 656,800 2,368,200 2,368,200 Street Sweeping 4 168,627 182,793 281,300 417,500 188,400 188,400 Sleepy Hollow Road Improvement 0 49,516 40,000 14,000 0 0 Sewer Utility * 2,160,655 2,620,916 2,761,100 2,690,500 2,658,100 2,658,100 Storm Channel Maintenance 0 0 0 223,200 247,900 247,900 * Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-18 Pram PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) Facilities Maintenance Equipment Maintenance General Maintenance Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal Air Quality Project Miscellaneous Programs Total COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Community Development CDBG Program Facilities Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Traffic Signal Fee Park Development Chino Hills Parkway Phasing Water Capital Development Fee Sewer Capital Development Fee Community Facilities Districts Assessment Districts Development Fee Programs Total ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Program 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recomplended Adopted f 0 91,473 98,200 474,600 437,300 437,300 0 0 0 283,900 278,700 278,700 0 187,787 377,700 242,500 359,700 359,700 2,436,364 2,775,355 2,481,500 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 434,358 1,532,877 419,900 2,152,000 2,199,600 2,199,600 24,354,262 29,225,946 29,613,690 30,656,000 30,778,300 30.778,300 1,099,414 1,573,294 1,681,800 1,567,100 2,896,400 2,890,100 0 0 518,800 773,000 97,000 97,000 5,785,658 13,461,144 10,918,900 6,949,100 10,295,600 10,295,600 564,117 1,223,042 2,362,700 434,200 301,400 301,400 0 0 0 0 2,797,000 2,797,000 0 0 0 0 1,822,000 1,822,000 0 0 0 0 488,900 488,900 497,474 1,532,163 0 0 0 0 818,850 851,479 642,300 580,000 0 0 233,180 9,185,191 2,168,000 1,856,000 7,296,700 7,296,700 7,500 7,500 8,300 7,500 25,900 25,900 25,219,936 9,607,526 19,225,400 14,672,500 13,500,700 13,500,700 13,772,196 32,475,317 8,821,400 7,539,300 5,357,600 5,357,600 0 0 0 0 3,916,600 3,916,600 47,998,325 69,916,656 46,347,600 34,378,700 48,795,800 48,789,500 * Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Program LEISURE SERVICES 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 A-19 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Program 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Adopted 0 786,185 491,400 271,000 410,600 410,600 210,197 352,126 371,100 564,300 661,700 675,100 426,573 183,695 387,500 103,900 103,200 89,800 636,770 1,322,006 1,250,000 939,200 1,175,500 1,175,500 992,884 1,218,908 3,494,000 8,045,000 13,103,900 13,103,900 0 8,299,108 0 1,600,000 4,124,000 4,124,000 992,884 9,518,016 3,494,000 9,645,000 17,227,900 17,227,900 79,105,306 114,917,149 86,226,790 81,885,300 104,924,400 104,953,100 (21,539,363) (48,874,665) (23,622,610) (24,104,700) (38,018,600) (38,018,600) 57,565,943 66,042,484 62,604,180 57,780,600 66,905,800 66,934,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-20 This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET A-21 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Proqram Actual Actual Budqet Budqet Recommended Adopted GENERALFUND General Government City Council 74,260 68,715 87,500 102,500 101,200 101,200 City Manager 315,213 257,247 219,600 452,700 465,800 465,800 City Clerk 225,494 179,619 475,000 443,000 567,200 567,200 City Attorney 214,832 238,125 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 Finance 662,228 789,827 871,100 908,300 866,300 866,300 Personnel 0 0 0 0 137,200 137,200 Risk Management 0 0 0 372,400 643,100 678,100 Non -Departmental 783,934 391,258 364,400 417,700 348,000 348,000 Total 2,275,961 1,924,791 2,217,600 2,946,600 • 3,378,800 3,413,800 Public Safetv Law Enforcement 2,662,014 2,812,751 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 Fire Protection 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 126,000 Animal Control 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 Emergency Preparedness 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 Total 2,847,104 3,009,734 3,303,900 3,319,800 3,490,800 3,490,800 Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration 0 0 0 0 178,800 178,800 Street Maintenance 0 521,317 0 656,800 666,300 666,300 Storm Channel Maintenance 0 0 0 223,200 247,900 247,900 Facilities Maintenance 0 91,473 98,200 474,600 437,300 437,300 Solid/Hazardous Wpste Disposal 33,600 0 37,800 44,900 59,400 59,400 General Maintenance 0 187,787 377,700 242,500 359,700 359,700 Total 33,600 800,577 513,700 1,642,000 1,949,400 1,949,400 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-22 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Proqram Actual Actual Budqet Budqet Recommended Adopted GENERAL FUND (Continued) Communitv Development Administration 1,099,414 1,573,294 1,681,800 1,567,100 292,900 292,900 Engineering 583,865 539,612 669,700 1,282,000 804,900 804,900 Planning 0 0 0 0 275,400 269,100 Economic Development 0 0 0 0 213,500 213,500 Building $ Safety 0 0 0 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 Code Enforcement 0 0 0 0 58,700 58,700 Total 1,683,279 2,112,906 2,351,500 2,849,100 2,896,400 2,890,100 Leisure Services Community Services 0 786,185 491,400 271,000 329,900 329,900 Recreation Services (Non -Fee) 426,573 183,695 387,500 103,900 103,200 89,800 Total 426,573 969,880 878,900 374,900 433,100 419,700 Development Fee Proarams 0 0 0 0 3,916,600 3,916,600 TOTAL GENERAL FUND 7,266,517 8,817,888 9,265,600 11,132,400 16,065,100 16,080,400 RECREATION FUND Leisure Services Recreation Services (Fee) 210,197 352,126 371,100 564,300 661,700 675,100 GAS TAX FUND Public Works Streets Maintenance 1,335,621 966,793 1,193,600 950,000 1,341,900 1,341,900 MEASURE IFUND Public Works Streets Maintenance 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 360,000 AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Public Works Air Quality Project 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Program SOLID WASTE FUND Public Works Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Public Works Parks and Landscape Maintenance DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Traffic Signal Fee 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 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budqet Budqet A-23 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Adopted 2,402,764 2,775,355 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,948,100 2,948,100 8,256,877 9,295,249 10,636,550 9,951,900 9,359,000 9,359,000 5,785,658 13,461,144 10,918,900 6,949,100 10,295,600 10,295,600 564,117 1,223,042 2,362,700 434,200 301,400 301,400 0 0 0 0 2,797,000 2,797,000 0 0 0 0 1,822,000 1,822,000 0 0 0 0 488,900 488,900 497,474 1,532,163 0 0 0 0 818,850 851,479 642,300 580,000 0 0 233,180 9,185,191 2,168,000 1,856,000 7,296,700 7,296,700 7,500 7,500 8,300 7,500 25,900 25,900 7,906,779 26,260,519 16,100,200 9,826,800 23,027,500 23,027,500 0 0 518,800 773,000 97,000 97,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J A-24 Proqram 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 WATER FUND Public Works Water Utility (Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense) SEWER FUND Public Works Sewer Utility (Less bepreciation Expense) ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Fund 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Adooted X .! * 168,627 182,793 281,300 417,500 188,400 188,400 0 49,516 40,000 14,000 0 0 0 962,810 0 407,500 22,800 - 22,800 434,358 430,962 419,900 434,500 2,176,800 2,176,800 447,191 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,134 3,391,000 0 0 0 48,000 108,972 103,000 0 0 0 1,098,176 1,765,187 4,235,200 1,273,500 2,388,000 2,388,000 0 8,299,108 0 1,600,000 4,124,000 4,124,000 219 1,218,908 0 8,045,000 13,103,900 13,103,900 219 9,518,016 0 9,645,000 17,227,900 17,227,900 8,977,895 8,927,916 10,654,140 9,366,700 9,575,800 9,575,800 2,160,655 2,620,916 2,761,100 2,690,500 2,658,100 2,658,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Fund J A-25 1996-97 C 'I 1993-94 Actual 1994-95 Actual 1994-95 Budqet 1995-96 Budqet Manager Recommended ounce Adopted Proqram EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND, Public Works Equipment Maintenance (Less Depreciation Expense) 0 0 0 283,900 278,700 278,700 DATA PROCESSING FUND General Government Data Processing (Less Depreciation Expense) 0 0 0 0 77,300 77,300 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS Community Development Community Facilities Districts 25,219,936 9,607,526 19,225,400 14,672,500 13,500,700 13,500,700 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS Community Development Assessment Districts 13,772,196 32,475,317 8,821,400 7,539,300 5,357,600 5,357,600 SUB -TOTAL ALL FUNDS 78,607,832 113,384,986 86,226,790 81,885,300 104,924,400 104,953,100 LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS (21,539,363) (48,874,665) (23,622,610) (24,104,700) (38,018,600) (38,018,600) TOTAL ALL FUNDS 57,068,469 64,510,321 62,604,180 57,780,600 66,905,800 66,934,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-26 This page intentionally left blank. Fund GENERALFUND General Government City Council City Manager City Clerk City Attorney Finance Personnel Risk Management Non -Departmental Total Public Safetv Law Enforcement Fire Protection Animal Control Emergency Preparedness Total Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration Street Maintenance Storm Channel Maintenance Facilities Maintenalnce ° Solid/Hazardous Waste Disposal General Maintenance Total ANNUAL BUDGET A-27 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of 1996-97 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Interfund Benefits Supplies Outlay Transfers Total 37,600 63,600 0 0 101,200 373,000 92,800 0 0 465,800 305,100 246,100 16,000 0 567,200 0 250,000 0 0 250,000 738,400 127,900 0 0 866,300 74,000 63,200 0 0 137,200 31,600 611,500 0 0 643,100 0 70,500 0 277,500 348,000 1,559,700 1,525,600 16,000 277,500 3,378,800 0 3,276,500 0 0 3,276,500 0 126,000 0 0 126,000 0 65,200 0 0 65,200 0 23,100 0 0 23,100 0 3,490,800 0 0 3,490,800 174,300 4,500 0 0 178,800 209,700 456,600 0 0 666,300 44,800 103,100 0 100,000 247,900 103,600 245,700 8,000 ' 80,000 437,300 0 59,400 0 0 59,400 0 274,700 4,500 80,500 359,700 532,400 1,144,000 12,500 260,500 1,949,400 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 9 Fund GENERAL FUND (Continued) Communitv Development Administration Engineering Planning Economic Development Building & Safety Code Enforcement Total Leisure Services Community Services Recreation Services (Non -Fee) Total Development Fee Programs GENERAL FUND TOTAL RECREATION FUND Leisure Services Recreation Services (Fee) GAS TAX FUND Public Works Streets Maintenance MEASURE IFUND Public Works Streets Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of 1996-97 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Benefits Supplies Outlay f 1� Interfund Transfers Total 261,300 31,600 0 0 292,900 623,800 181,100 0 0 804,900 243,600 25,500 0 0 269,100 92,500 121,000 0 0 213,500 0 1,251,000 0 0 1,251,000 53,200 5,500 0 0 58,700 1,274,400 1,615,700 0 0 2,890,100 235,000 94,900 0 0 329,900 69,800 20,000 0 0 89,800 304,800 114,900 0 0 419,700 0 0 0 3,916,600 3,916,600 3,671,300 7,926,000 28,500 4,454,600 16,080,400 307,900 367,200 0 0 675,100 0 0 0 1,341,900 1,341,900 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Fund SOLID WASTE FUND Public Works Solid Waste Disposal LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Public Works Parks and Landscape Maintenance DEVELOPMENT FEE FUNDS Development Fee Facilities Benefit Assessment Paris Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Traffic Signal Fee 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 4 Miscellaneous Grants Fund Chino Hills Capital Corporation TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of 1996-97 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Benefits Supplies Outlay Interfund Transfers A-29 Total 0 2,948,100 0 0 2,948,100 1,022,900 6,049,200 12,100 2,274,800 9,359,000 0 6,379,000 0 3,916,600 10,295,600 0 301,400 0 0 301,400 0 2,000 0 2,795,000 2,797,000 0 2,000 0 1,820,000 1,822,000 0 2,100 0 486,800 488,900 0 1,572,700 0 5,724,000 7,296,700 0 25,900 0 0 25,900 0 8,285,100 0 14,742,400 23,027,500 0 97,000 0 0 97,000 0 188,400 0 0 188,400 0 17,800 0 5,000 22,800 0 2,176,800 0 0 2,176,800 0 2,383,000 0 5,000 2,388,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET A-30 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of 1996-97 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary ' Salaries Services and and Capital Interfund Fund Benefits Supplies Outlay Transfers Total CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Community Facilities Districts 0 21,000 4,103,000 0 4,124,000 Capital Projects 0 0 13,103,900 0 13,103,900 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS 0 21,000 17,206,900 0 17,227,900 WATER FUND Public Works Water Utility * 820,500 8,250,200 166,600 338,500 9,575,800 SEWER FUND Public Works Sewer Utility * 104,400 2,513,700 0 40,000 2,658,100 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND Public Works Equipment Maintenance * 42,900 210,800 25,000 0 278,700 DATA PROCESSING FUND Management Information Svstems Data Processing Charges * 0 75,800 1,500 0 77,300 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS FUNDS Communitv Development Community Facilities Districts 0 6,926,700 900,500 5,673,500 13,500,700 ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS Communitv Development Assessment Districts 0 3,996,800 0 1,360,800 5,357,600 * Less Depreciation and Amortization Expense City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Fund SUB -TOTAL ALL FUNDS LESS: INTERFUND TRANSFERS AND TRANSACTIONS TOTAL ALL FUNDS ANNUAL BUDGET A-31 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of 1996-97 Appropriations by Fund Expenditure Type Summary Salaries Services and and Capital Interfund Benefits Supplies Outlay Transfers Total 5,969,900 50,050,600 18,341,100 30,591,500 104,953,100 0 (7,427,100) 0 (30,591,500) (38,018,600) 5,969,900 42,623,500 18,341,100 0 66,934,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-32 This page intentionally left blank. f 3 SALARIES AND FRINGE BENEFITS 1010 Regular Salaries 1015 Part -Time Seasonal Wages 1020 Overtime Salaries 1030 Contracted Employees Var. Fringe Benefits Total Salaries and Fringe Benefits OPERATING EXPENSES 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 Services 3035 Engineering Services 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 3045 Appraisal Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3110 Computer Software Services 3115 Data Processing Services ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 A-33 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1995-96 1996-97 1995-96 1996-97 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Budqet Budget Budget Budget OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued? 3,844,750 3,862,300 3120 Public Agency Services 309,100 365,000 3125 Personnel Services 85,250 150,800 3135 Special Studies 50,000 0 3140 Refuse Contract 1,455,500 1,591,800 3145 Collection Service 5,744,600 5,969,900 3150 Weed Abatement Services 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 3160 Meter Reading Services 24,300 22,500 3161 Water Quality Analysis 44,500 52,800 3165 Sewer Treatment Services 4,100 3,900 3170 Police Services 41,600 59,700 3171 Sheriff Prisoner Booking Services 29,600 20,900 3172 Parking Fine Processing Services 8,800 7,300 3180 Crossing Guam Services 386,500 390,900 3185 Street Sweeping Services 23,600 48,800 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 97,100 162,000 3188 Custodial Services 2,300 6,100 3189 Communication System 5,000 25,000 3190 Other Contractural Services 158,000 532,900 4010 Legal Advertising 4015 Advertising and Promotion 1,006,400 1,149,800 4020 Printing 15,000 15,000 4025 Election Expense 297,800 320,500 4030 Photocopy and Reprografics 18,000 24,000 4031 Microfilming 0 126,100 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 127,000 133,900 3,000 0 40,000 35,000 2,830,000 2,948,100 1,000 1,800 38,200 7,000 85,000 172,800 0 65,000 0 67,500 0 1,980,300 2,886,300 3,054,900 0 86,800 0 15,300 60,000 61,500 0 110,000 0 263,700 0 36,300 0 19,700 2,802,300 659,600 19,500 14,600 4,900 37,600 122,100 143.000 0 46,800 18,000 10,400 50,000 50,000 97,400 135,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-34 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1995-96 1996-97 1995-96 1996-97 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Budqet Budqet Budqet Budqet OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 4110 Liability Insurance 184,600 409,000 4445 Special Supplies 45,600 80,800 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 27,000 30,300 4450 Books 7,500 7,700 4120 Vehicle Insurance 0 50,000 4455 Films and Video 500 800 4125 Surety Bond 1,500 6,500 4460 Recreation Supplies 13,100 12,200 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 125,000 211,600 5010 Land Maintenance 2,105,800 1,919,300 4135 Insurance Claim Payments 0 6,300 5015 Irrigation System Maintenance 55,000 51,800 4210 Turf Care Supplies 4,500 10,000 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 87,500 33,500 4215 Landscape Supplies 36,000 7,900 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 11,600 6,300 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 66,800 41,100 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 70,500 29,600 4225 Cement and Concrete 15,800 9,900 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 90,400 96,200 4240 Pipes and Fittings 8,300 2,800 5040 Communications Equipment 4245 Traffic Signs 32,500 26,400 Maintenance 17,300 7,000 4290 Other Construction Materials 12,500 10,700 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 54,000 25,600 4310 Fuel 45,800 43,700 5110 Street Repair and Maintenance 35,000 21,500 4315 Parts (Automotive) 6,000 6,000 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 27,000 32,000 4320 Parts (Non -Automotive) 42,900 29,900 5215 Purification Equipment Maintenance 3,000 1,200 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 8,800 4,400 5220 Water Lines and Mains 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 20,600 19,700 Maintenance 85,300 10,400 4415 Photography Supplies 14,600 4,000 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 202,500 82,300 4420 Computer Software Expense 22,600 7,600 5310 Sanitary Sewer Line Maintenance 25,000 0 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 5,300 0 5490 Other Structural Repair and 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 53,000 32,200 Maintenance 45,000 55,400 4431 Small Office Equipment 0 400 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 15,900 22,200 4435 Custodial Supplies 13,000 15,100 4440 Office Supplies 89,900 83,400 5610 Land Rental 10,000 11,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 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 7025 Bond Call Payments 7030 Assessment District Credits 7110 Depreciation Expense 7120 Amortization Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead 7410 Community Promotion 7415 Special Departmental Expense 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7810 Operating Contingency 7910 Removal Of Architectural Barriers ANNUAL BUDGET A-35 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1995-96 1996-97 1995-96 1996-97 Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Budget Budget Budget Budget OPERATING EXPENSES (Continued) 24,300 19,500 7911 Public Works Construction 590,000 0 434,000 374,300 7919 CDBG Contingency 6,000 0 85,000 83,700 7985 NPDES Permit Costs 0 23,000 12,200 211,800 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 77,800 64,800 4,772,600 5,399,000 Total Operating Expenses 46,146,200 51,682,400 339,100 321,200 CAPITAL OUTLAY 308,000 282,900 8010 Land 0 3,820,000 625,000 675,000 8015 Land Improvements 3,364,000 1,009,700 3,500 3,100 8030 Buildings 3,700 1,258,000 74,300 73,900 8040 Improvements Other Than Buildings 56,000 2,916,000 7,825,300 8,533,500 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 9,700 20,500 9,493,900 10,210,000 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 24,000 1,500 32,000 0 8060 Vehicles 375,000 25,000 0 927,000 8070 Field Equipment 244,300 68,600 0 1,650,000 8110 Streets, Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks 3,068,000 570,300 1,811,400 1,579,800 8115 Traffic Signals 145,000 740,000 23,900 52,000 8210 Sanitary Sewer Lines 0 40,000 3,867,300 2,120,000 8310 Storm Sewer Lines 945,000 100,000 0 2,127,600 8410 Water Lines and Mains 1,213,000 1,252,000 21,000 0 8420 Water Meters 74,300 100,000 0 9,500 8430 Water Reservoirs ., 75,000 4,519,000 155,400 137,800 8440 Water Wells 850,000 1,000,000 8,000 8,000 8990 Contributions to Construction Funds 1,525,000 900,500 187,400 0 Total Capital Outlay 11,972,000 18,341,100 177,000 94,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-36 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Appropriations by Element/Object Title 1995-96 1996-97 Adopted Adopted Budget Budqet INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds 13,689,500 23,557,200 9020 Intra/InterAgency Fund Transfers 6,168,300 7,034,300 Total Interfund Transfers 19,857,800 30,591,500 Total Budget 83,720,600 106,584,900 Less: Depreciation and Amortization Expense (1,835,300) (1,631,800) Interfund Transfers and Transactions (24,104,700) (38,018,600) Net Budget 57,780,600 66,934,500 F f4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET A-37 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Element Object Title Element/Object Title Department/Division Equipment Description Amount Office Furniture and Equipment City Clerk Microfilm Reader Printer 16,000 Public Facilities and Operations Office Furniture 2,000 Computer Workstation 2,500 Total Office Furniture and Equipment 20,500 Computer Hardware and Software Data Processing Vehicles Equipment Maintenance Field Equipment Public Facilities and Operations Water Utility # + 4 Laser Printer 1,500 112 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Truck 25,000 Electric Ram for Kubota Trailer 2,000 King Fisher Radio Terminal Units 49,800 Well sounder 2,400 Two Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses 6,400 Underground Piercing Equipment 8,000 Total Field Equipment 68,600 Total Capital Equipment Outlay 115,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-38 Department/Division City Clerk Public Facilities and Operations Water Utility Data Processing Equipment Maintenance Fund ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Capital Equipment Outlay - By Department/Division Element/Object Title Equipment Description Office Fumiture and Equipment Office Fumiture and Equipment Office Fumiture and Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Field Equipment Computer Hardware and Software Vehicles Amount Microfilm Reader Printer 16,000 Office Fumiture 2,000 Computer Workstation 2,500 Electric Ram for Kubota Trailer 2,000 Total Public Facilities and Operations 6,500 King Fisher Radio Terminal Units 49,800 Well sounder 2,400 Two Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses 6,400 Underground Piercing Equipment 8,000 Total Water Utility 66,600 Laser Printer 1,500 One 1/2 Ton, Full Size Pick -Up Truck 25,000 Total Equipment Maintenance 25,000 Total Capital Equipment Outlay 115,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-39 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Summary of Budgeted Regular Full -Time Positions 1996-97 1995-96 Increase/ Department Actual Recommended (Decrease) City Manager 5 6 1 City Clerk 4 5 1 Finance 14 13 (1) Community Development 8 18 10 Public Facilities and Operations 0 29 29 Public Works 47 0 (47) Water Utility 0 16 16 Parks and Landscape 16 0 (16) Community Services 6 8 2 Grand Total 100 95 (5) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET A-40 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions Approved Budget Approved Budget Budget Request Budget Request Position 1995-96 1996-97 Position 1995-96 1996-97 Account Clerk II 5 5 Community Services Coordinator 1 1 Accountant 1 1 Community Services Director 0 1 Administrative Analyst 1 3 2 Community Services Manager 1 0 Administrative Analyst II 0 2 Customer Service Supervisor 1 1 Administrative Secretary 5 6 Deputy City Clerk 2 2 Assistant Public Works Engineer 2 1 Development Services Technician 1 0 Assistant to the City Manager/ Economic Development Manager 1 1 Personnel Manager 0 1 Engineering Technician II 2 1 Associate Planner 0 1 Executive Secretary 1 1 Buyer 1 1 Facilities Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 City Clerk 1 1 Facilities Maintenance Worker 1 1 City Engineer 0 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 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions A-41 Approved Budget Approved Budget Budget Request Budget Request Position 1995-96 1996-97 Position 1995-96 1996-97 Landscape Contract Supervisor 0 1 Receptionist 1 1 Maintenance Worker 1 3 3 Recreation Coordinator 1 1 Maintenance Worker II 10 10 Recreation Supervisor 1 1 Parks and Landscape Director 1 0 Roads Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 Parks and Open Space Superintendent 0 1 Sanitation Supervisor 1 1 Parks and Open Space Supervisor 0 1 Secretary 5 4 Personnel Analyst 1 0 Senior Account Clerk 2 2 Planner 1 1 0 Senior Accountant 2 2 Principal Public Works Engineei 2 2 Senior Administrative Analyst 2 1 Public Facilities and Operations Director 0 1 Senior Administrative Clerk 1 1 Public Facilities and Operations Senior Landscape Specialist 1 0 Superintendent 0 1 Senior Maintenance Worker 11 8 Public Information Officer 1 1 0 Senior Park Planner 1 1 Public Works Director/City Engineer 1 0 Senior Planner 2 2 Public Works Inspector 3 3 Storekeeper 1 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 A-42 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Detail of Regular Full -Time Positions Approved Budget Budget Request Position 1995-96 1996-97 Traffic Engineer 1 1 Utilities Superintendent 1 0 Water Distribution Supervisor 1 1 Water Production Supervisor 1 1 Water Quality Technician 1 1 Total 100 95 # 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ti 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 # I S ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Council Legislative 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget 37,210 38,964 35,500 37,050 29,752 52,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 74,260 68,716 87,500 74,260 68,716 87,500 AM Program Code 001-0200 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 37,600 37,600 37,600 64,900 63,600 63,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 102,500 101,200 101,200 102,500 101,200 101,200 TOTAL FUNDING 74,260 68,716 87,500 102,500 101,200 101,200 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 0 I 0 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 J :a ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government City Council I Legislative BASIC FUNCTIONS 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, give 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 reflects a budget decrease of $1,300. NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 001-0200 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2010 Dues & Subscriptions 6,600 A A The cause of this increase is the inclusion of a budget for League of California Cities dues previously included in the Non - Departmental budget. 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 Tiles 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 Depa rt ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 ment Activity Program Code City Council Legislative 001-0200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 24,000 24,093 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 13,210 14,871 11,500 13,600 13,600 -13,600 37,210 38,964 35,500 37,600 37,600 37,600 Iq 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget AN Total 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 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government City Council Legislative Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles Services and SUDDlieS 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2020 Auto Mileage 3135 Special Studies 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies Grand Total 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 49 0 6,080 8,041 1,144 925 15,022 6,326 2,924 5,130 673 203 100 0 664 115 0 0 2,484 0 0 0 5,861 0 165 0 1,686 0 198 9,012 37,050 29,752 37,050 29,752 1994-95 Budget 100 13,500 1,100 40,500 0 600 0 2,000 0 4,200 600 5,100 200 1,600 600 70,100 70,100 I 1995-96 Budget Program Code z � 001-0200 1996-97 0 7,500 1,200 40,000 0 800 100 200 100 0 0 0 0 0 15,000 64,900 64,900 II Manager Recommended 6,600 8,000 700 35,000 0 400 100 200 100 0 0 0 0 0 12,500 63,600 63,600 Council Approved 6,600 8,000 700 35,000 0 400 100 200 100 0 0 0 0 0 12,500 63,600 63,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 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 ON 0 TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET C-1 r GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Manager City Management 001-0300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 285,905 201,051 165,000 360,400 373,000 373,000 28,912 54,808 54,600 92,300 92,800 92,800 396 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 315,213 255,859 219,600 452,700 465,800 465,800 315,213 255,859 219,600 315,213 255,859 219,600 �I 4I 5�I 5I City of Chino Hills 452,700 452,700 5 �I 2 465,800 465,800 465,800 465,800 6I 6 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 C-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager City Management BASIC FUNCTIONS The City Manager, as chief executive of the organization, has responsibility for carrying out Council policy and directives and for setting organizational goals. Five City departments report to the City Manager. Public Facilities and Operations, Water Utility, Community Development, Community Services, and Finance. The City Manager's staff is responsible for support to the City Manager, risk management, and personnel and labor relations. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS There have been two significant changes in the City Manager's budget for this fiscal year. The first is the separation of the personnel function from this budget and the creation of a new Personnel Division. This has been done so that the cost of recruitment, trainihg, and employee development is readily discernable. Also, the 1996/97 budget includes appropriations to begin an Employee Recognition Program and also provides coordination for City special events (such as Fourth of July), ceremonies, and dedications. As a result of the approved reorganization, the Senior Administrative Analyst located in the Finance Department is being transferred to the City Manager's Department. 25 percent of the compensation budget for the Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager is charged to the City Manager's budget. The balance of the budget for this position is allocated to the Personnel and Risk Management budgets (50 percent and 25 percent, respectively). The Administrative Secretary position provides support for Personnel and Risk Management with 75 percent of this position budget being allocated to the Personnel activity and 25 percent being charged to Risk Management. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity's budget has increased by $13,100. NET STAFF CHANGE Program Code 001-0300 This activity reflects an increase of one Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager position and one Administrative Secretary position and a decrease of one Personnel Analyst position. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2025 Education and In -Service Training 500 A 4015 Advertising and Promotion 1,500 B 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 10,000 C 7415 Special Departmental Expense 9,500 D A. This increase provides for two team -building sessions. B. This was established to provide for promotion of the City. C. The printing and mailing of the Citv Chronicle has been transferred to this fund from the Community Services budget. D. This item reflects costs for a new employee recognition program and a 5-year City Anniversary party. 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 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 60 Assistant to the City Manager/ Personnel Manager 49 Senior Administrative Analyst 41 Administrative Analyst II 38 Personnel Analyst 37 Executive Secretary 29 Administrative Secretary ANNUAL BUDGET C-3 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Manager City Management 001-0300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 217,425 142,735 102,100 249,200 253,700 253,700 1,166 9,992 19,400 12,900 9,600 9,600 81 80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67,233 47,801 43,500 98,300 109,700 109,700 285,905 200,608 165,000 360,400 373,000 373,000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Total 4 5 5 5 6 6 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J C-4 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager City Management 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 4015 Advertising and Promotion 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4125 Surety Bond 4130 Fuel 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-0300 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 2,372 1,672 1,200 2,200 1,500 1,500 2,125 4,504 4,400 5,000 5,000 5,000 31 147 0 0 300 300 545 10 4,500 4,000 4,500 4,500 1,751 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 0 200 0 0 150 3,022 20,000 8,900 2,900 2,900 1,684 2,979 1,900 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 1,115 1,979 1,000 42,000 41,000 41,000 286 51 300 300 10,300 10,300 100 0 0 300 0 0 141 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 95 0 300 600 600 0 504 0 1,000 0 0 0 442 0 2,000 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program General Government Elementi Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7415 Special Departmental Expense 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment Total Capital Outlay t 4 Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Manager City Management 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget C-5 Program Code 001-0300 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 3,329 8,802 3,900 7,500 5,500 5,500 0 47 2,300 500 200 200 608 0 0 0 0 0 90 0 0 0 0 0 2,871 0 0 0 0 0 81 0 0 0 0 0 5,478 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,500 9,500 6,143 9,180 15,100 15,100 10,000 10,000 28,912 33,539 54,600 92,300 92,800 92,800 396 0 0 0 0 0 396 0 0 0 0 0 29,308 33,539 54,600 92,300 92,800 92,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 C-6 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 u TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS 4 ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 D-1 Department Activity Program Code City Clerk City Clerk 001-0400 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 204,760 127,865 182,100 234,700 305,100 305,100 23,555 29,964 340,800 208,300 246,100 246,100 0 0 0 0 16,000 16,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 228,315 157,829 522,900 443,000 567,200 567,200 228,315 180,265 522,900 228,315 180,265 522,900 �I 4 I 4 II 4 City of Chino Hills 443,000 443,000 4 V. 567,200 567,200 567,200 567,200 5I 5� (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET D-2 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Clerk City Clerk * 001-0400 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. Due to other work priorities, the City Clerk's Records Management Program has been limited to maintaining the official records of the City Council only. It is anticipated that with the assistance of a Records Consultant, a document management system can be implemented in fiscal year 1996/97. San Bernardino Statewide Election, is reflected in the 1996/97 budget. Actual costs for the Municipal Election are determined by the number of candidates and issues on the total County ballot, and therefore, could be substantially less than the projected City cost. Performance Workload 1993/94 1994/95 1995/96 Activitv Actual Actual Est, Certified Ordinances 11 11 15 Certified Resolutions 103 88 85 Agenda/Meetings 32 34 46 Minutes 386 402 405 Agreements/Amendments 224 130 110 Claims Against City 28 20 22 Publications 24 37 24 This budget reflects the addition of the Administrative Analyst II position transferred from the former Public Works Department as a result of the approved reorganization. This position will manage the City's contracts as well as the solid waste, air quality, and animal control programs reported in the Miscellaneous Programs section of the budget document. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $124,200 A priority in this year's budget will be the codification of all ordinances NET STAFF CHANGE adopted by the City Council by a professional codifier, resulting in the City's first Municipal Code. The City Attorney will be assisting in the process. This activity reflects an increase of one Administrative Analyst II position. The November 5, 1996 Municipal Election, consolidated with the County of City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program General Government ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 I Department I Activity City Clerk SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,400 A 4025 Election Expense 46,800 B A The primary cause of this increase is for the attendance at the International Association of Municipal Clerks' annual conference and Certification Program for Deputy City Clerks. B. General Municipal Elections are held in even -numbered years. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cos Microfilm reader/printer 16,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. 1b, # City Clerk Program Code 001-0400 D-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 D-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 997 City Clerk 041 Administrative Analyst II 029 Deputy City Clerk 013 Receptionist ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Clerk 1993-94 Actual 150,000 0 80 0 51,859 201,939 1993-94 Actual 1 0 2 1 1994-95 Actual 88,017 7,208 740 0 31,900 127,865 1994-95 Actual 1 0 2 1 City Clerk 1994-95 Budget 151,900 0 700 0 29,500 182,100 1994-95 Budget 1 0 2 1 Program Code 0 if 001-0400 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 153,600 200,000 200,000 13,200 13,900 13,900 3,900 6,100 6,100 0 0 0 64,000 85,100 85,100 234,700 305,100 305,100 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 Total 4 4 4 4 5 5 L I 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 3090 Other Professional Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4025 Election Expense 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4031 Microfilming 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4125 Surety Bond 4420 Computer Software Expense 4440 Office Supplies v a 4450 Books 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Clerk City Clerk 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget D-5 Program Code 001-0400 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 295 712 700 800 800 800 571 1,508 4,600 5,900 7,300 7,300 520 257 600 800 1,000 1,000 743 0 800 1,500 1,000 1,000 0 0 114,000 81,300 81,300 81,300 1,718 1,830 8,300 8,300 6,000 6,000 957 0 1,500 1,200 1,200 1,200 0 7,379 48,000 0 46,800 46,800 500 0 500 4,300 4,300 4,300 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 420 456 1,200 700 700 700 100 100 100 100 100 100 0 0 300 7,000 0 0 9,800 15,013 29,800 20,000 18,500 18,500 1,514 1,526 700 1,700 2,100 2,100 730 429 1,800 1,500 1,500 1,500 90 257 700 700 700 700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 W. Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (CONTINUED1 5625 Equipment Rental Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Clerk City Clerk 001-0400 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 5,597 0 77,200 22,500 22,800 22,800' 23,555 I 29,467 340,800 I 208,300 246,100 I 246,100 0 0 0 0 16,000 16,000 0 I 0 0 I 0 16,000 I 16,000 23,555 29,964 340,800 208,300 262,100 262,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 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 *t 0 ANNUAL BUDGET E-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Attorney Legal Services 001-1000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 214,832 249,319 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 214,832 249,319 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 214,832 249,319 200,000 TOTAL FUNDING 214,832 249,319 200,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 II 0 I 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET E-2 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Attorney I Legal Services # , 4 001-1000 BASIC FUNCTIONS 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 cost of the retainer porfion of the budget 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 operation. 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. 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 It 4 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Attorney Legal Services 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 214,832 249,319 200,000 250,000 214,832 I 249,319 200,000 I 250,000 I 214,832 1 249,319 200,000 1 250,000 E-3 Program Code 001-1000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 250,000 250,000 250,000 I 250,000 250,000 1 250,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 E-4 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 J 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 F-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Finance Finance 001-1200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 510,341 659,706 727,500 790,700 738,400 738,400 127,789 108,683 143,600 117,600 127,900 127,900 24,098 21,441 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 662,228 789,830 871,100 908,300 866,300 866,300 662,228 662,228 13 789,830 871,100 789,830 871,100 14 II 14 City of Chino Hills 908,300 866,300 866,300 41 908,300 866,300 866,300 14 �I 13 I 13 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 F-2 Program I Department ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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 district bonds, and community facility district bonds. Additionally, the department is responsible for the administration of the annual assessment and lien processes for the benefit of assessment districts, community facility 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; 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, productivity and motivation. The department's objectives in meeting these goals are: create management reports summarizing financial data, resource trends, and program costs; Activity I Program Code Finance 1 001-1200 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 cause of the decrease in the Department's budget is due to the transfer of the Department's Senior Administrative Analyst position to the City Manager's Department as a result of the approved reorganization. The Financial Services line -item budget expenditure (object number 3020) was transferred to this Department from the Non -Departmental budget this year. The Financial Services budget is for the cost incurred for monthly bank service charges for the City's general and payroll checking accounts. The reason that this budget was transferred from the Non -Departmental activity is that any budget for an expenditure that is incurred for a specific departmental function should be included in that specific department's budget. Therefore, only budgeted amounts for expenditures for a City-wide purpose (i.e., central services for mailroom services, letterhead stationery, and facsimile machine costs) should be retained within the Non - Departmental activity. The budget for the Finance Department includes, for the first time, an expenditure line item for Data Processing Services. The budget for this line item is $40,000 for the 1996-97 fiscal year. The reason for the inclusion of this line item for this fiscal year is that all costs for computer related activities are being consolidated into one division and these costs are being financed through data processing service fees charged to all Departments that use the City's computer hardware and software. The new division is the Data Processing Division which is managed by the Finance Director. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET U PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government I Finance I Finance The Finance Department's allocable charge from the Data Processing Division is the previously mentioned $40,000. As a note of interest, the costs budgeted in the Finance Department for the 1995-96 fiscal year for computer hardware and software related acquisition amounted to $39,800. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $42,000. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of one Senior Administrative Analyst position. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3020 Financial Services 15,400 A 3115 Data Processing Services 40,000 B A. This budget expenditure was transferred to the Finance Department budget from the Non -Departmental budget beginning with this fiscal year. The expenditure is for monthly bank service charges. B. The budget for this new expenditure account is for the Finance Department's share of the allocable charges from the new Data Processing Division for computer related services. Y r SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY .f= FUNDING Program Code 001-1200 All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. F-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J 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 N/A Deputy Finance Director 70 Finance Director 60 Finance Manager 49 Senior Administrative Analyst 41 Administrative Analyst II 40 Senior Accountant 37 Buyer 36 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 1996-97 Department Activity Finance Finance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 376,024 479,134 513,800 560,800 8,818 16,009 21,800 22,900 3,757 5,657 4,200 3,400 0 0 0 0 121,742 158,906 187,700 203,600 510,341 659,706 727,500 790,70 Program Code 001-1200 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 513,800 513,800 19,100 19,100 7,600 7,600 0 0 197,900 197,900 0 738,400 738,400 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 5 5 2 1 0 0 13 14 14 City of Chino Hills 14 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 5 5 0 0 13 13 (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 ANNUAL BUDGET F-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Finance Finance 001-1200 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 486 1,078 700 800 900 900 2015 Conferences and Meetings 395 1,085 900 1,000 1,000 1,000 2020 Auto Mileage 2,777 403 100 300 400 400 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 1,892 6,100 5,900 4,400 4,400 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 33,033 17,004 15,300 13,600 13,900 13,900 3020 Financial Services 0 0 0 0 15,400 15,400 3090 Other Professional Services 29,879 10,146 28,000 8,000 8,400 8,400 3115 Data Processing Services 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 3120 Public Agency Services 7,434 6,590 12,000 7,800 6,800 6,800 3145 Collection Service 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 3190 Other Contractual Services 7,006 360 15,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 4010 Legal Advertising 0 31 0 0 0 0 4020 Printing 6,510 5,242 7,000 9,900 6,600 6,600 4030 Photocopy and Rgprographies 565 377 1,000 200 400 400 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 191 196 0 300 200 200 4125 Surety Bond 600 700 600 1,400 1,400 1,400 4420 Computer Software Expense 1,140 2,735 2,800 2,800 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J ANNUAL BUDGET F-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program I Department Activity General Government Finance Finance Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code { 001-1200 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 2,478 0 0 0 0 0 5,789 0 0 0 0 9,972 12,091 11,300 9,700 9,900 9,900 891 265 300 300 300 300 4,638 0 0 0 0 0 182 916 0 500 500 500 570 32,093 37,000 37,000 0 0 3,777 6,762 5,000 7,600 6,900 6,900 8,947 0 0 0 0 0 251 0 0 0 0 0 8,361 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 2,000 184 450 500 500 500 500 127,789 108,683 143,600 117,600 127,900 127,900 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 # 4 ANNUAL BUDGET F-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Finance Finance 001-1200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 18,531 10,768 0 0 0 0 5,567 10,673 0 0 0 0 24,098 21,441 I 0 0 0 0 i 151,887 130,124 143,600 117,600 127,900 127,900 y City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 F-8 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO DILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 J Program General Government Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 552 Data Processing Fund 61 t ANNUAL BUDGET G_1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Data Processing Management Information Systems 552-2520 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 124,600 124,600 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,100 126,100 R A 0 C; 0 126,100 126,100 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 126,100 126,100 TOTAL POSITIONS �I 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET G-2 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government Data Processing Management Information Systems BASIC FUNCTIONS The Data Processing Division provides for the centralized control of the City's computer hardware and software systems. This activity provides services for all financial functions within the City including general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, cashiering, payroll, utility billing, purchasing, budgeting, and business licenses. Additionally, maintenance support is provided for the City's various hardware and software systems, including local area networks, workstations, and telemetry systems. This Division operates on a revolving fund basis whereby departments pay for operational costs of the systems based upon usage. The user fees are budgeted within the services and supplies accounts of each department that use the systems. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goal of the Data Processing Division is to provide responsive management information systems that enhance the efficiency and productivity of information gathering, analysis, and reporting. The objectives for achieving the above goal are: prepare and implement a City-wide local and wide area network; provide programming, operational, and systems assistance to user departments; provide appropriate system security; provide timely maintenance for all computer hardware and software systems; and adequately maintain the City's data base to assure that information is accurately and timely transmitted to system users. As part of the establishment of the new Data Processing Fund and Division, an equity transfer totaling $403,000 is being made into the Data Processing Fund from the General Fund and Water Utility Fund in the amounts of $277,500 and $125,500, respectively. The equity transfer is equal to the amount of prior years depreciation on the computer hardware and software Program Code 0 ,0 552-2520 that is being transferred to the Data Processing Fund from the General Fund and Water Utility Fund. The purpose of this transfer is to establish capital in the fund for the replacement or upgrade of obsolete hardware and software. This transfer process is similar to the process that was used last fiscal year to establish capital for the Equipment Maintenance Fund. As a result of the equity transfer, both of these revolving type funds (Data Processing and Equipment Maintenance) will be self-sustaining in the future via service charges, which includes a funding component for depreciation expense and the capital received via the above -mentioned equity transfer. NET BUDGET CHANGE This is a new budget activity. NET STAFF CHANGE This is a new budget activity. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This is a new budget activity. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY item Cos Laser Printer 1,500 All expenditure accounts are charged to the Data Processing Fund. Each operating department using the Data Processing systems pays its pro rata share of operational costs based on actual usage. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3110 Computer Software Services 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Computer Hardware Expense 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 7110 Depreciation Expense Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8055 Computer Hardware and Software Total Capital Outlay b � GRAND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET G_3 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Data Processing Management Information Systems 552-2520 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 600 600 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 13,900 13,900 0 0 0 0 24,000 24,000 0 0 0 0 7,600 7,600 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 28,900 28,900 0 0 0 0 48,800 48,800 0 0 0 0 124,600 124,600 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 0 126,100 126,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 G-4 This page intentionally left blank. I CITY OF CIIINO 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 4 $ ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Manager Personnel 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H-1 Program Code 001-2200 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 0 74,000 74,000 0 63,200 63,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 137,200 137,200 0 137,200 137,200 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 137,200 137,200 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 H-2 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government City Manager Personnel BASIC FUNCTIONS Personnel represents expenditures related to the recruitment, training, and development of City staff. Costs associated with labor relations, benefits administration, and employee relations are also included in this division. Specific responsibilities include: 1) training and employee development programs, 2) employee recognition program; 3) administration of employee benefits; 4) labor negotiations, 5) recruitments; 6) employee relations; 7) monitoring of salary, classification and compensation plans; and 8) ensure conformance with all personnel laws. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goal of the Personnel Division is to efficiently and effectively manage the City's human resources, as well as to be a resource to supervisors and employees for a variety of matters. In previous years, the personnel expenses were included in the City Manager's budget and the departmental budgets. The Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager will administer this budget with administrative/secretarial support from the Administrative Secretary. 50 percent of the Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager's compensation budget and 75 percent of the Administrative Secretary's compensation budget are allocated to the Personnel Division budget. The balance of the Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager's compensation budget is divided equally between the City Manager and Risk Management budgets. The balance of the Administrative Secretary's compensation budget is allocated to the Risk Management budget. NET BUDGET CHANGE Program Code # ' "001-2200 This is a newly created division within the General Fund. NET STAFF CHANGE This is a newly created division within the General Fund. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES This is a newly created division within the General Fund. 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 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 16 a ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Manager 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual Personnel 1994-95 Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 1994-95 Budget H-3 Program Code 001-2200 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 0 53,400 53,400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20,600 20,600 0 74,000 74,000 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J H-4 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2025 Education and In -Service Training 3025 Medical Services 3090 Other Professional Services 4015 Advertising & Promotion 4020 Printing 4135 Insurance Claim Payments 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 4455 Films and Videos 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Manager Personnel ` 001-2200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 3,300 3,300 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 12,700 12,700 0 0 0 0 6,100 6,100 0 0 0 0 26,200 26,200 0 0 0 0 3,300 3,300 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 6,300 6,300 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 0 500 500 0 0 0 0 500 500 0 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 0 0 63,200 63,200 0 0 0 0 63,200 63,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 35,700 31,600 31,600 Services and Supplies 0 0 0 336,700 611,500 646,500 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0 0 0 372,400 643,100 678,100 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 0 0 372,400 643,100 678,100 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 372,400 643,100 678,100 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET 1-2 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government City Manager Risk Management # 001-2100 BASIC FUNCTIONS This activity provides for the administration of the City's risk management responsibilities. 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 amount of time that is expended on this activity. The balance of the compensation budget for these two position is reported in the City Manager's and/or Personnel budgets. NET BUDGET CHANGE The budget has increased by $305,700. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES The goal of the Risk Management activity is to identify areas of risk, develop safety programs in accordance with new legislation, minimize liability, and Account Primary to transfer responsibility by obtaining adequate insurance coverage when No. Account Title Increase Cause possible. Prior to fiscal year 1994/95 liability, property insurance, and 4110 Liability Insurance 225,000 A related expenses were included in the Community Services Department 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 3,300 B budget. The Workers Compensation deposit was budgeted in the Non- 4130 Workers Compensation Insurance 76,000 C Departmental activity in prior years. A. Reflects adjusted deposit required by SCJPIA B. Earthquake and flood coverage is expected to increase. The division's program workload statistics are as follows: C. This reflects revised Workers Compensation Insurance costs plus purchase of long term disability insurance for City employee Performance Workload 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 management group. Activity Actual Actual Estimate Liability Claims Filed 26 39 26 SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Workers Compensation 19 26 22 None The Assistant to the City Manager/Personnel Manager and Administrative Secretary positions that administers this activity are reported in the City FUNDING Manager's budget. A portion of the compensation budget (25 percent) for these positions is allocated to the Risk Management budget based on the All expenditures are charged to 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 �+ t Total J ANNUAL BUDGET 1-3 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 26,200 22,700 22,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,500 8,900 8,900 0 0 0 35,700 31,600 31,600 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 1-4 Program General Government Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES. 2010 Dues & Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 4110 Liability Insurance 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 4125 Surety Bond 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 4450 Books 4455 Films and Video Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Progragi Code City Manager Risk Management 001-2100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 0 184,000 374,000 409,000 0 0 0 27,000 30,300 30,300 0 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 125,000 201,000 201,000 0 0 0 500 500 500 0 0 0 200 200 200 0 0 0 336,700 611,500 646,500 0 0 0 336,700 611,500 646,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 J z 0 z CITY OF CHINO HILLS I N C O R P- O R A T E D 1 9 9 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 J-1 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 001-2500 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 15,430 0 760,067 297,121 364,400 23,867 47,947 0 0 0 0 783,934 360,498 364,400 783,934 360,498 364,400 0 0 0 367,700 70,500 70,500 0 0 0 50,000 277,500 277,500 417,700 348,000 348,000 417,700 348,000 348,000 TOTAL FUNDING 783,934 360,498 364,400 417,700 348,000 348,000 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 0 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET J-2 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity General Government Non -Departmental I 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 as well as City-wide vehicle usage costs. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The functions of this activity have been reduced due to the transfer of costs to budgets of Departments that are directly responsible for the costs. These budgeted costs include the Dues and Subscription costs which were transferred to the City Council budget, the Financial Services costs which were transferred to the Finance Department budget, and the community promotion cost for the Chamber of Commerce contract which has been deleted pending City Council policy direction. The Dues and Subscription costs included the annual dues for the League of California Cities, San Bernardino Association of Governments, and the Southern California Association of Governments. The Financial Services cost was for the monthly bank service charges for the City's general and payroll bank accounts. The interfund transfer budget of $277,500 included in this activity is for the General Fund's share of the equity transfer to the new Data Processing Fund. The equity transfer amount is equal to the amount of depreciation on the computer hardware and software transferred to the Data Processing Fund from the General Fund. An equity transfer of $125,500 will also be made from the Water Utility Fund for its share of the depreciation on the computer hardware and software that is owned by the Water Utility Fund. Refer to the Water Utility budget for this equity transfer and the Data Processing Division budget for further information. Program Code This activity reflects a decrease by $69,700. NET STAFF CHANGE None 4001-2500 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. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET J-3 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 001-2500 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 29,957 31,818 35,000 11,500 0 0 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,865 1,440 0 0 0 0 2025 Education and In -Service Training 100 0 0 0 0 0 3010 Legal Services 15,854 44,928 15,000 0 0 0 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 1,800 0 0 0 0 0 3020 Financial Services 21,291 13,655 31,200 26,900 0 0 3035 Engineering Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 3090 Other Professional Services 3,734 1,058 2,000 1,000 0 0 3145 Collection Service 0 375 0 0 0 0 3150 Weed Abatement Services 18,987 2,773 20,000 20,000 0 0 3190 Other Contractual Services 33,600 37,800 33,600 0 0 0 4010 Legal Advertising 0 1,229 0 0 0 0 4020 Printing 7,562 7,251 15,000 8,500 7,300 7,300 4035 Postage and Express Delively 15,467 16,453 20,000 19,000 17,900 17,900 4110 Liability Insurance 287,262 0 0 0 0 0 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 241,696 0 0 0 0 0 4310 Fuel 0 0 37,500 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET J-4 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 001-2500 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4315 Parts (Automotive) 0 0 2,200 0 0 0 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 43 0 0 0 0 0 4415 Photography Supplies 9 0 0 0 0 0 4440 Office Supplies 467 3,732 12,000 5,000 3,800 3,800 4445 Special Supplies 208 0 0 0 0 0 5010 Land Maintenance 26,728 23,236 23,300 0 0 0 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 12,525 0 0 0 0 0 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 156 0 0 0 300 300 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 405 0 0 3,000 0 0 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 0 0 6,200 0 0 0 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 983 0 0 0 0 0 5620 Vehicle Rental 0 0 0 58,200 36,800 36,800 5625 Equipment Rental 2,439 2,177 2,000 1,800 0 0 6015 Electricity 8,457 46,725 53,500 0 0 0 6030 Gas 238 1,827 2,400 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET J-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code General Government Non -Departmental Non -Departmental 001-2500 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 6035 Telephone 13,521 48,709 50,000 0 0 0 7410 Community Promotion 0 0 0 21,000 0 0 7810 Operating Contingency 0 0 0 187;400 0 0 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 14,713 11,935 3,500 4,400 4,400 4,400 Total Services and Supplies 760,067 297,121 364,400 367,700 70,500 70,500 CAPITAL OUTLAY 8015 Land Improvements 0 941 0 0 0 0 8030 Buildings 0 12,214 0 -0 0 0 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 23,867 34,792 0 0 0 0 Total Capital Outlay 23,867 47,947 0 0 0 0 INTERFUND TRANSFERS # 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds 0 0 0 50,000 277,500 277,500 Total Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 50,000 277,500 277,500 J City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J-6 Program Element/ Object Code General Government Expenditure Account Titles Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Non -Departmental I Non -Departmental 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 783,934 345,068 L L City of Chino Hills 1994-95 Budget 364,400 1995-96 Budget Program Code 001-2500 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 417,700 348,000 348,000 11 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program Public Safety Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund � r � ANNUAL BUDGET K-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Law Enforcement Law Enforcement 001-6000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,649,138 2,812,752 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 12,876 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,662,014 2,812,752 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 2,662,014 2,812,752 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 TOTAL FUNDING 2,662,014 2,812,752 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 TOTAL POSITIONS �I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 K-2 Program Public Safety BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Law Enforcement 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 Police Services program recommended for the 1996-97 fiscal year includes a new position of Community Services Officer. This addition 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. 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 budget for the new fiscal year includes prorated costs for the following safety positions: Lieutenant (.75), Sergeants (3.21), Senior Deputies (5.22), Activity Program Code Law Enforcement I " $ 001-6000 and Deputy II's (17.27). The general positions include a Sheriffs Service Specialist (1.00), a Community Services Officer (1.00), dispatchers (3.33), station clerks (3.50), auto assistant (.51), and a secretary 1 (1.00). The 13 vehicles included in the program costs are marked cars (7), unmarked cars (3), van (3), and a 4 x 4 utility vehicle (1). As reported below, the primary cause of the increase in this budget is due to and assumes that the County will add a 3 percent overhead charge beginning this fiscal year. This overhead rate is currently being reviewed by all of the cities that contract with the County for law enforcement services. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget activity reflects an increase of $173,600. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity's contracted positions increased by one Community Service Officer position. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3090 Other Professional Services 4,700 A 3170 Police Services 168,600 B 3171 Sheriffs Prisoner Booking Services 86,800 C 3172 Parking Fine Processing Services 15,300 C 3180 Crossing Guard Services 1,500 D 4020 Printing 1,000 E 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 800 F 5625 Equipment Rental 1,500 G City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES_ (continued) A. The primary cause of this increase is the expected rise in the Cal -ID program costs. B. This item reflects an increase of $86,800 for a 3 percent overhead rate applied by the County for the first time this fiscal year. C. This is a new expenditure account. This expenditure item was formerly included int he Other Contractual Services expenditure account budget. D. This amount reflects a 2.5 percent salary increase. E. This budget increase reflects additional printing costs for citations and door hangers F. Postage costs are expected to increase in conformance with new legislation regarding impounded vehicles. G. This item Increase reflects an anticipated new photocopy machine lease. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. *i # K-3 Program Code 001-6000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 K4 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Safety Law Enforcement Law Enforcement Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2015 Conferences and Meetings 2025 I n-Service/Ed u cati o n 3090 Other Professional Services 3170 Police Services 3171 Sheriffs Prisoner Booking Services 3172 Parking Fine Processing Services 3180 Crossing Guam Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4030 Printing 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 1993-94 Actual 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Budget Budget Progrqrn Code 001-6000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 727 458 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 27,816 25,600 30,800 35,500 35,500 0 0 0 2,886,300 3,054,900 3,054,900 0 0 0 0 86,800 86,800 0 0 0 0 15,300 15,300 0 0 0 60,000 61,500 61,500 2,619,797 2,760,726 3,031,800 106,100 0 0 0 2,802 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,449 0 0 I 500 I 0 0 188 245 0 200 1,000 1,000 126 267 300 200 200 200 14,629 9,938 25,000 9,200 9,200 9,200 50 0 100 100 100 100 0 774 0 2,000 2,000 2,000 6,481 8,296 6,500 6,500 8,000 8,000 L City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Safety Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total 0' # ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Law Enforcement Law Enforcement 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget K-5 Program Code 001-6000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 5,691 530 1 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,649,138 I 2,811,852 3,089,300 I 3,102,900 36,500 I 36,500 12,876 0 0 0 0 0 12,876 I 0 0+ 0 0 I 0 2,662,014 2,811,852 3,089,300 3,102,900 3,276,500 3,276,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 K-6 This page intentionally left blank. ,4 CITY OF CMNO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program Public Safety Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund J ANNUAL BUDGET L_1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Fire Protection Fire Protection 001-6100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 126,000 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 1 126,000 TOTAL FUNDING 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 126,000 126,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 0` 0 II 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 L-2 Program Public Safety BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Fire Protection I Fire Protection 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 This activity has increased by $4,000 NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 41 001-6100 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES; Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3120 Public Agency Services $4,000 A A. The cause of this increase is due to the increase in rates from 6.55 per acre to 6 79. However, the increase was substantially offset by the re- negotiation of total acres protected. The total acres were reduced from 18,293 to 16,655. 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 3120 Public Agency Services Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Fire Protection Fire Protection 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 121,974 121,974 122,000 122,000 121,974 I 121,974 122,000 I 122,000 121,974 121,974 City of Chino Hills 122,000 122,000 L-3 Program Code 001-6100 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 126,000 126,000 126,000 I 126,000 126,000 126,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 L-4 This page intentionally left blank. CITY 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 TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET M-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Administration 001-4000 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 287,199 421,641 812,215 907,697 0 15,580 0 0 1,099,414 1,344,918 1,099,414 1,099,414 5+ 1,344,918 1994-95 Budget 473,300 1,187,900 20,600 0 1,681,800 1,681,800 1,344,918 I 1,681,800 8+ 8I City of Chino Hills 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 486,800 261,300 261,300 1,080,300 31,600 31,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,567,100 292,900 292,900 1,567,100 292,900 292,900 1,567,100 292,900 292,900 8 II 4 I 4 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-2 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97, Department Community Development The Administration Division is responsible for the management of the various functions of the Community Development Department. These functions include Economic Development, Planning, Engineering, Building and Safety, Code Enforcement, and the Community Development Block Grant. Significant Division tasks include: • Administering the Departments divisions; • Maintaining and administering the General Plan and Development Code; • Preparing reports, analyses, investigations and making recommendations to the Planning Commission, City Manager and City Council; • Providing inter- and intra-governmental coordination services between City departments and other cities, counties and state agencies; and • Coordinating the Development Review Committee process. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Administration Division has established the following goals for fiscal year 1996-97: 1) to continue to provide outstanding service to the public and to other departments; 2) to implement the General Plan and the Development Code; 3) to provide support to prepare planning and building codes and ordinances as needed to ensure a high quality of development in the City, and 4) to maintain an environment conducive to promoting employee job enthusiasm, dedication and motivation. Activity I Program Code Administration 1 001-4000 In order to achieve these goals, the Administration Division will continue to direct and support all divisions of the Department, and monitor and control all budgets and expenditures focusing on long-range planning for the Department. The Department will continue staff development to maintain the highest level of customer service, while continuing to seek ways in which to better serve the residents and customers of the City. As a result of the approved reorganization of the Public Works program, the City's Engineering Division will now be administered by the Community Development Department. The addition of the Engineering Division includes the transfer of nine employees of the former Public Works Department, eight of which will be reported in the Engineering Division Budget, and one (Administrative Analyst 1) of which will be reported in this Administration Division budget. Additionally, the original staff of the Community Development Department is being allocated to the newly created Economic Development and Planning, Building and Safety, and Code Enforcement Divisions. However, no new staff positions are being added to the original staffing levels of the Department. The increase in staff levels is only due to the previously mentioned reorganization of the Public Works program. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $1,274,200 due to the reorganization of the Department's activities. NET STAFF CHANGE This is a new budget activity. J City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY M-3 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development I Administration I 001-4000 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3115 Data Processing Services 10,000 A A. This new expenditure activity reflects the Department's city-wide computer hardware and software costs of the newly created Data Processing Division. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. a City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J M-4 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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 45 Associate Planner 41 Planner 1 37 Administrative Analyst 1 36 Code Enforcement Officer 29 Administrative Secretary 25 Secretary Total Department Activity I Program Code Community Development Administration 001-4000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 283,322 263,747 279,400 337,000 185,800 185,800 0 8,474 41,200 24,000 0 0 3,877 2,591 8,000 3,800 4,000 4,000 0 46,129 36,700 0 0 0 0 100,700 108,000 122,000 71,500 71,500 287,199 421,641 473,300 486,800 261,300 261,300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 5 8 8 8I 4 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Community Development 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 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services 3125 Personnel Services 3135 Special Studies 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising i 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development I Administration 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 2,688 2,114 961 3,608 112 28 15 195 0 0 748,446 862,678 0 8,193 0 0 0 0 0 0 298 0 2,841 0 1,063 1,261 6,620 10,209 735 1,165 549 667 1994-95 1995-96 Budget Budget M-5 Program Code 001-4000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 2,000 1,500 500 500 3,000 2,500 600 600 400 400 0 0 300 1,000 0 0 0 4,500 0 0 951,300 1,006,400 0 0 163,000 20,000 0 0 200 0 10,000 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,500 0 0 0 900 2,000 0 0 30,300 15,000 0 0 900 1,500 0 0 3,500 2,300 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 J ANNUAL BUDGET M-6 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Development Administration Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 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 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas Program Code 001-4000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget I Recommended Approved 0 0 200 0 0 0 504 222 500 500 0 0 0 350 500 500 0 0 173 1,172 550 0 0 0 10,825 9,855 11,750 10,100 10,300 10,300 0 223 300 0 0 0 722 665 600 1,000 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 741 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 140 146 0 0 0 0 607 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17,495 4,078 15,100 9,600 7,700 7,700 5,877 0 0 0 0 0 149 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 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 H ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Administration 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 11,314 0 0 0 81 160 100 500 805,640 907,100 1,184,400 1,078,000 0 0 4,500 0 0 4,485 4,500 0 0 7,917 8,400 0 0 3,178 3,200 0 0 15,580 20,600 0 805,640 922,680 1,205,000 1,078,000 M-7 Program Code 001-4000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 500 500 31,600 31,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31,600 31,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 M-8 This page intentionally left blank. Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET M-9 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Engineering 001-7000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 414,341 455,510 448,300 1,151,300 623,800 623,800 95,421 71,015 190,400 109,700 181,100 181,100 74,103 13,214 31,000 21,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 583,865 539,739 669,700 1,282,000 804,900 804,900 a 583,865 539,739 669,700 1,282,000 804,900 804,900 TOTAL FUNDING 583,865 539,739 669,700 1,282,000 +I 804,900 804,900 TOTAL POSITIONS + 17 16 16 19 9 I 9 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-10 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTION$ ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Development The Engineering Division responsibilities consists of the management of the engineering activities of the Community Development Department These division activities include: general engineering services, planning/land development, traffic engineering, and construction inspections. Also included is support of all departments within the City for construction contract compliance, preparation of engineering background for Community Development and Finance Department reports, and coordination of Public Safety including the crossing guard program. The Engineering Division provides staff support to the Public Works Commission. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goals of the Engineering Division for the 1996/97 fiscal year are to: 1. Maximize efficiency through the use of the City's Geographic Information System, personal computers, and the City's proposed network system. 2. Complete project designs and reports by utilizing City staff and consultants. 3. Pursue grants and other funding sources for capital projects within Chino Hills. By obtaining these goals, the Engineering Division will realize the following: • cost savings through efficiency. • a greater degree of public service by utilizing both City staff and consultants. • possible future grants that would reduce developer fees, Gas Tax, and General Fund expenditures. Activity I Program Code Engineering 1 001-7000 As a result of the approved reorganization, the Engineering Division was created from the former Public Works Department's Administration Division. Four staff members of the former Administration Division have been reassigned to the newly created Public Facilities and Operations Department as well as ten staff members have been assigned to the Community Development Department and one staff member each to the City Clerk's and Community Services' Departments and one to the Water Division. Certain expenditure accounts have been reallocated and the Departmental Overhead expenditure accounts in the water utility and sewer utility have been reduced due to the reorganization. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $477,100. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of ten positions due to the proposed reorganization. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No Account Title Increase Cause 3035 Engineering Services 125,000 A 3115 Data Processing Services 30,000 B 3120 Public Agency Services 2,000 A 4020 Printing 500 C 5625 Equipment Rental 500 D A. This item was not budgeted last fiscal year. This expense was charged directly against the developer's trust deposit. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-11 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Engineering 001-7000 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) B. The budget for this new expenditure account is for the Engineering Division's share of the allocable charges for the new Data Processing Division for computer related services. C. This account for the printing of City standards was underbudgeted in the prior fiscal year. D. This account for the annual lease of the photocopy machine was underbudgeted in the prior fiscal year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-12 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code I Community Development Community Development Engineering 001-7000 1996-97 Account Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 310,518 330,860 327,200 791,500 392,700 392,700 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 3,653 0 20,000 21,700 21,700 1020 Overtime Salaries 3,103 8,469 3,100 4,000 5,000 5,000 1030 Contract Employees 175 0 0 50,000 38,300 38,300 Various Fringe Benefits 100,545 112,528 118,000 285,800 166,100 166,100 Total 414,341 455,510 448,300 1,151,300 623,800 623,800 Salary 1996-97 Range Regular Staff Summary 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 70 Public Works Director/ City Engineer 1 1 1 1 0 0 62 City Engineer 0 0 0 0 1 1 60 Traffic Engineer 1 1 1 1 1 1 53 Principal Public Works Engineer 1 2 2 2 1 1 53 Utilities Superintendent 1 1 1 1 0 0 49 Associate Public Works Engineer 1 0 0 0 0 0 41 Assistant Public Works Engineer 0 1 1 2 1 1 37 Administrative Analyst 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 36 GIS/Systems Technician 0 1 1 1 1 1 36 Public Works Inspector 2 2 2 3 3 3 34 Development Services Technician 1 1 1 1 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106a Program Community Development Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 34 Engineering Technician II 34 GIS Technician 29 Administrative Secretary 27 Senior Administrative Clerk 25 Secretary ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Engineering Number of Positions 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 M-13 Program Code 001-7000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 J Total 17 16 16 19 9 9 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106b M-14 Program Community Development 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 3025 Medical Services 3035 Engineering Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services 3130 Insurance Claims Administration 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity r Program Code Community Development Engineering 001-7000 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 465 1,136 800 2,200 1,900 1,900 1,504 1,928 2,700 5,100 1,900 1,900 0 25 I 500 500 200 200 1,555 1,996 I 2,500 6,900 2,000 2,000 275 774 I 0 500 900 900 418 251 600 500 500 500 0 120 ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125,000 125,000 0 6,680 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 1,474 0 0 0 0 30,660 12,807 54,000 25,500 0 0 0 81 0 0 0 0 2,864 3,197 1,500 2,000 2,500 2,500 3,290 1,912 2,300 4,000 1,000 1,000 296 151 400 200 200 200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (continued) 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4431 Small Office 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 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Engineering 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget M-15 Program Code 001-7000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 4,346 0 0 3,000 0 0 0 742 0 0 0 0 0 124 0 0 200 200 279 5,669 32,000 4,000 0 0 0 5,475 0 1,800 0 0 1,372 963 2,200 1,000 400 400 0 0 0 0 0 0 16,948 9,696 23,000 20,000 8,000 8,000 -0 3,975 0 0 0 0 567 989 1,000 500 500 500 0 792 0 0 0 0 4,828 1,415 5,500 5,000 1,000 1,000 22,668 7 59,400 25,000 0 0 0 1,138 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 400 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J M-16 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SUPPLIES AND SERVICES (continued) 5625 Equipment Rental 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total in ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Engineering 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-7000 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 3,086 6,593 I 2,000 2,000 2,500 2,500 0 905 0 0 0 0 95,421 71,015 190,400 109,700 181,100 181,100 21,897 1,116 0 5,000 0 0 50,468 12,098 13,000 16,000 0 0 1,738 0 18,000 0 0 0 74,103 13,214 31,000 21,000 0 0 169,524 84,229 221,400 130,700 181,100 181,100 Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 4 ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Planning 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M-17 Program Code 001-4200 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 0 249,900 243,600 0 25,500 25,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 275,400 269,100 0 275,400 269,100 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 275,400 269,100 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 3 I 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-18 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS, ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Development The Planning activity of the Community Development Department is responsible for providing planning and development -related services including: preparing, maintaining, and administering elements of the General Plan and the Development Code while managing the process of reviewing development projects and negotiating entitlements with developers. The Planning activity is supervised by the Economic Development Manager. Related significant tasks include: • Preparing codes, ordinances, resolutions, and planning/development-related studies; • Meeting and communicating with developers, homeowners, community groups, and other departments and agencies to address sensitive planning and development issues, and creating a process for active inclusion of the public in the planning process; • Supporting the City's economic development goals; • Conducting all environmental reviews consistent with CEQA; and • Preparing development -related investigations, analyses, and reports for recommendations to the City Council, Planning Commission, and City Manager. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Planning activity has established the following goals for FY 1996/97: 1) to maintain the high standard of development for the Community and the exceptional quality of life in Chino Hills; 2) to support long term economic development activities which will help the City to achieve a revenue base that Activity I Program Code Planning 1 001-4200 provides for an economically viable Community; 3) to undertake long range planning to meet community expectations, and 4) to continue to provide a high level of customer service. Related long range goals of the Planning Division include preparing the prominent knolls and ridgeline study, managing the design and planning of the new Butterfield Fire Station, preparing a new City sign ordinance, and seeking resolution of the turtle pond issue. The division will begin preparation of a Los Serranos Community Plan, investigate options for a Civic Center Master Plan, and investigate opportunities for annexing the Centennial area into the City. In order to achieve these goals, the Planning Division will continue to work with developers, home owners, community and neighborhood groups to plan for better neighborhoods. We also plan to prepare a Development Services Manual, improved Conditions of Approval and application forms, and implement the City's Residential Design Review Ordinance. A further priority is to participate in the valley -wide Multi -Species Habitat Conservation Plan and monitor the Wildlife Corridor JPA. The Planning Division also intends to improve efficiency through increased computerization and initiating the establishment of a GIS System with the Engineering Division so as to provide for improved property information for the public. The Planning Division is a newly created division within the Community Development Department. The staff and budget for this activity was formerly reported in the consolidated Community Development activity As a result of the approved reorganization, the Economic Development Manager will supervise this activity. There are not any staff changes proposed for this activity. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Development Planning NET BUDGET CHANGE The Planning activity is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. NET STAFF CHANGE The Planning activity is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES, The Planning activity is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. However, development services are supported by applicant fee revenues. Program Code 001-4200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-20 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Planning 0014200 1996-97 Account Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 0 0 0 0 114,700 114,700 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 0 0 0 24,000 24,000 1020 Overtime Salaries 0 0 0 0 0 0 1030 Contract Employees 0 0 0 0 47,800 43,300 Various Fringe Benefits 0 0 0 0 63,400 61,600 Total 0 0 0 0 249,900 243,600 Number of Positions Salary 1996-97 Range Regular Staff Summary 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 53 Senior Planner 0 0 0 0 2 2 41 Planner 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Total 0 0 0 0 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Community Development 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 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4415 Photography Supplies Total Services and Supplies Grand Total 0 ANNUAL BUDGET M-21 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Planning 001-4200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 800 800 0 0 0 0 1,600 1,600 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 1,700 1,700 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 1,500 1,500 0 0 0 0 2,300 2,300 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 0 0 0 0 25,500 25,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 M-22 This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET M-23 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Economic Development 001-4400 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 i I 92,500 92,500 Services and Supplies 0 0 0 0 121,000 121,000 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0 0 0 0 ( 213,500 213,500 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 0 0 0 213,500 213,500 i TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 213,500 213,500 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I oil 01 0 1 1 I 1+ City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-24 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Development The Economic Development Division within the Community Development Department is responsible for initiating and implementing the City's business development program, which over time is intended to help establish a stronger revenue base for Chino Hills, as well as create new employment opportunities in the City. The Economic Development Division is responsible for the following: • Business Recruitment Program • Aggressively promoting development of major commercial and business park properties • Business Retention Program It is expected that significant economic development activity will occur over a five year period, once the Chino Valley Freeway has been completed. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The following goals have been established for the Economic Development Division for FY 1996/1997: 1) to continue to actively encourage new businesses to locate in Chino Hills; 2) to continue to aggressively pursue the development of major commercial and business park sites located in the City, focusing primarily on freeway -oriented sites which can generate new revenue sources for the City and employment opportunities for residents, and 3) to expand and formalize the City's existing business retention program and encourage the establishment of new home based businesses in Chino Hills. This Division will also continue to invite retailers, shopping center developers, and commercial brokers to take tours of Chino Hills, and to implement an economic development advertising program, including preparation and completion of a professional video tape, for use in marketing the City as a premium office location. Activity I Program Code Economic Development 1 001-4400 In order to achieve these goals, the Economic Development Division will prepare a quarterly economic development newsletter which will become part of the Community Development Department's direct mail campaign to prospective businesses. This division will continue to work with owners of major commercial and business park properties to encourage them to pursue development of their properties, and will investigate the feasibility of creating a small redevelopment project area. The Division will continue to make "cold calls" on retailers and shopping center developers; and will actively participate at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and other trade shows. The division is aggressively promoting the grading and eventual development of the Bramalea site, Creative Communities commercial site, and other freeway -oriented commercial properties. The Economic Development Division will develop and purchase a new City exhibition booth and complete the photo inventory for the booth. An overall goal is to continue to create a more "business friendly" entitlement process and to work with owners of business park sites to develop a joint business park marketing program. The Economic Development Division is a newly created division within the Community Development Department. The staff and budget for this division was established in the latter part of the 1994-95 fiscal year via a supplemental budget appropriation. This supplemental budget appropriation was carried forward into the 1995-96 fiscal year. As a result of the approved reorganization, the Economic Development Manager will also be responsible for supervising the Planning Division staff and function. NET BUDGET CHANGE The Economic Development Division is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97, Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Economic Development 001-4400 NET STAFF CHANGE The Economic Development Division is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES & SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES The Economic Development Division is a new budget activity within the Community Development Department. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. M-25 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 M-26 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 60 Economic Development Manager Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity t Program Code Community Development Economic Development 001-4400 1 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 66,700 66,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,800 25,800 0 0 0 0 92,500 92,500 Number of Positions 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2015 Conferences and Meetings 3020 Financial Services 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 4015 Advertising and Promotion 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4445 Special Supplies Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET M-27 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Economic Development 0014400 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 8,300 8,300 0 0 0 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 20,000 20,000 0 0 0 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 22,500 22,500 0 0 0 0 21,200 21,200 0 0 0 0 18,000 18,000 0 0 0 0 121,000 121,000 0 0 0 0 121,000 121,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 M-28 This page intentionally left blank. Program Community Development 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 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Building and Safety 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C�7 M-29 Program Code 001-4100 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1,251, 000 1,251,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 TOTAL POSITIONS I 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-30 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Development The Building and Safety Division within the Community Development Department is responsible for conducting all programs and services related to implementing the City's Building Codes, including the Uniform Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Administrative Codes. Significant tasks and areas of responsibility include: • Undertaking building plan review services; • Providing building inspection services; • Reviewing grading plans and monitoring on -site grading operations; • Providing professional public counter services; • Enforcing the City's building laws pertaining to substandard buildings and properties when requested (this service is provided in coordination with the Code Enforcement Officer); • Providing administrative services normally associated with the provision of Building and Safety services; • Processing minor variance applications in support of Planning Division operations; and • Assisting other Departments and outside agencies with regard to technical Building and Safety related matters. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Building and Safety Division has established the following goals for FY 1996/1997: 1) to be responsive to customer service needs and provide efficient services to the public; 2) to implement the provisions of the Uniform Building Codes; and 3) to provide for a quality environment which meets the Community's health and safety needs. In order to achieve these goals, the Building and Safety Division will review Activity a Program Code Building and Safety 1 001-4100 construction plans for compliance with Building Codes, the General Plan, and the Development Code. The division will provide for coordination with other City Departments and outside agencies to ensure that the requirements of those departments and agencies are incorporated into building and construction plans. We plan to establish and maintain a plan check turnaround time that will be consistent with the terms of the agreement between the City and the contract firm, and to provide for efficient building inspection/observation services as required by the Building Codes. In addition to the above, the Building and Safety Division will prepare and maintain a Building and Safety procedures manual, provide for staff support and on -going technical training, and establish, maintain and recommend revisions to the fees -for -services to ensure that the cost of most Building and Safety services is funded by the users of the services. The division will continue to meet with customers to assist them with their plan check and inspection services and to help them to obtain answers to their questions. The Building and Safety Division is a newly created division within the Community Development Department. The contracted staff and budget for this activity was formerly reported in the consolidated Community Development activity. The Division orooram workload statistics are as follows: Performance Workload Activity Permits Issued Inspections Done 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Actual Estimate Estimate 1,696 1,730 1,765 15,772 16,087 16,409 i City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-31 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Building and Safety 001-4100 NET BUDGET CHANGE The Building & Safety Division is a new budget activity of the Community Development Department. NET STAFF CHANGE The Building & Safety Division is a new budget activity of the Community Development Department. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES The Building & Safety Division is a new budget activity of the Community Development Department. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. Building and Safety activities are primarily funded from fees provided by applicants for services. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET M-32 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Building and Safety 001-4100 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 0 0 0 0 200 200 3035 Engineering Services 0 0 0 0 225,000 225,000 3040 Plan Check and Inspection Services 0 0 0 0 1,025,800 1,025,800 Total Services and Supplies 0 0 0 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 Grand Total 0 0 0 0 1,251,000 1,251,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Community Development Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund ANNUAL BUDGET M-33 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Code Enforcement 001-4300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 53,200 53,200 0 0 0 0 5,500 5,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58,700 58,700 0 0 0 0 58,700 58,700 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 0 58,700 58,700 TOTAL POSITIONS , 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 1 I 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-34 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Development The Code Enforcement activity within the Community Development Department is supervised by the Economic Development Manager and is responsible for conducting the following programs and services: • Investigating the large number of complaints received from the public regarding possible violations of the Chino Hills Municipal Code; • Serving as a mediator to help resolve conflicts between parties relating to possible code violations; • Providing professional counter services and a high level of customer service; • Resolving code enforcement complaints as efficiently and effectively as possible; and • Coordinating code enforcement activities with other City departments and outside agencies, and referring complaints and questions to other departments/agencies for resolution. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Code Enforcement activity has established the following goals for FY 1996/97: 1) to provide high quality, efficient, and enthusiastic services to the public; 2) to encourage voluntary compliance with City Codes; 3) to manage code enforcement cases and abate public nuisances, 4) to investigate code enforcement complaints and abate code enforcement violations with less than two percent (2%) legal action; and 5) to promote neighborhood improvements through code enforcement. Activity I Program Code Code Enforcement 1 001-4300 This activity will continue to implement the ongoing citation program and work with businesses to encourage voluntary compliance with the City's Sign Ordinance. There are plans to work with the BIA on residential sign enforcement and with the Public Information Officer on press releases regarding code enforcement matters. The activity will continue to investigate alternative options regarding vehicle abatement; and to establish an abatement lien mechanism coordinating with Parks & Landscape to initiate a program to abate encroachments into the public open space. The Code Enforcement activity is a newly created activity within the Community Development Department. The staff and budget for this activity was formerly reported in the consolidated Community Development Department. The Division's oroaram workload statistics are as follows: Performance 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997 Workload Activitv Actual Estimate Estimate Complaints Received 968 1700 2000 Number resolved or 920 1600 1900 referred NET BUDGET CHANGE The Code Enforcement activity is a new budget activity of the Community Development Department. In order to achieve these goals, the Code Enforcement activity will continue to undergo training and staff development; maintain a strong and active NET STAFF CHANGE volunteer program in support of the City's one Code Enforcement Officer; and prepare Code Enforcement public relations brochures and handouts. None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY M-35 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Development Code Enforcement 001-4300 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES The Code Enforcement activity is a new budget activity of the Community Development Department. 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-36 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 36 Code Enforcement Officer Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Development Code Enforcement 001-4300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 38,300 38,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14,900 14,900 0 0 0 0 53,200 53,200 Number of Positions 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 2025 Education and Training 3010 Legal Services 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4415 Photography Supplies Total Services and Supplies Grand Total 6 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development Code Enforcement 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M-37 Program Code 001-4300 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 100 100 300 300 4,500 4,500 300 300 300 300 5,500 5,500 5,500 5,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 M-38 This page intentionally left blank. 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 i ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development CDBG 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget 0 0 0 0 0 518,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 518,800 0 0 518,800 M-39 Program Code 014-4011 1996-97 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 773,000 97,000 97,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 773,000 97,000 97,000 773,000 97,000 97,000 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 518,800 I 773,000 97,000 97,000 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills r (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M-40 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS, ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development I CDBG The Housing and Community Development Act (HCDA) of 1974 amended by the Cranston -Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act (NAHA) of 1990, provides for the development of viable urban communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities principally for low- and moderate -income persons. Funding is provided by the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and is allocated annually in the form of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The City of Chino Hills, by written agreement, is a participating city in the San Bernardino County Community Development Block Grant Program, which is administered by the San Bernardino County Department of Economic & Community Development under the direction of the County Board of Supervisors. Significant division tasks include: • Preparation of recommendations, reports, and studies regarding the allocation and expenditure of CDBG funds for City Council consideration, and • Administration and coordination of all aspects of the City's participation in the County CDBG Program, ensuring compliance with the eligibility requirements of the program and all other federally mandated rules and regulations. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Fiscal Year 1996-97 represents the 22nd year the CDBG program has been available through HUD. The County has informed the City of Chino Hills that it can expect to receive $146,000 in funds for fiscal year 1996-97. On February 27, 1996, the City Council held a public hearing to consider allocating funds to eligible CDBG projects. The following projects were recommended for funding: Fiscal Year 1996-97 Program Code 014-4011 REMOVAL OF ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS: $94,000 Descanso Avenue Project, Los Serranos: $94,000 Construction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, infrastructure for future streetlights, and associated improvements. The total cost of the Descanso Project is expected to equal $183,000. This year's budget represents only the first year funding for the project. It is expected that supplemental allocations will be requested. Once the total commitment has been received from the County for CDBG funds for this project, design and construction will commence. PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAMS: $49,000 San Bernardino County Library Literacy Program: $35,000 House of Ruth, Inc.: $6,000 YWCA of the (Nest End: $6,000 Old Baldy Council, Boy Scouts of America: $2,000 ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS: $3,000 Chino Hills Audit Costs: $3,000 Public service program funds will not be reflected in the City's budget because the service providers receive funds directly from the County with no pass -through of funds to the City. These funds are shown for informational purposes only. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Community Development Community Development CDBG NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity budget has decreased by $676,000. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 3,000 A A. The cause of this increase is due to the Federal Single Audit Act requirement for having the CDBG program costs audited by the City's independent audit. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY. None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Fund. G Program Code 014-4011 M-41 i City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 M-42 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 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 1996-97 Department Activity Community Development CDBG 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 014-4011 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 0 143,800 177,000 94,000 94,000 0 0 375,000 590,000 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 0 0 0 0 518,800 773,000 97,000 97,000 0 0 518,800 773,000 97,000 97,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 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 026 Parks & Lndscpe. Admin. Fund 030 Open Space Fund 031 Park Maintenance Fund 032 Commercial 1-C Fund 034 Undeveloped Land Fund 040 Rolling Ridge 1-A Fund 045 Los Ranchos 1-H Fund 046 Los Ranchos 1-1 Fund 050 Oaks 1-B Fund' 051 Oaks 1-D Fund 055 Woodview 1-K Fund 060 Carbon Canyon 1-N Fund 061 Carbon Canyon 1-P Fund 062 Carbon Canyon 1-T Fund 065 Butterfield 1-DD Fund 071 Rincon 1-M Fund ANNUAL BUDGET N_1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended ApproVed 602,371 859,339 892,100 861,000 1,116,500 1,116, 500 3,301,181 2,931,416 3,951,440 5,492,200 6,053,700 6,053,700 847,036 659,781 2,372,700 18,000 12,100 12,100 3,506,289 2,559,029 3,420,310 3,580,700 2,274,800 2,274,800 8,256,877 7,009,565 10,636,550 9,951,900 9,457,100 9,457,100 0 0 0 0 178,800 178,800 1,086,969 955,494 1,397,700 1,264,300 1,493,100 1,493,100 107,054 502,230 433,290 560,000 572,900 572,900 77,005 90,184 143,510 217,400 398,300 398,300 770,685 384,504 671,730 339,100 364,400 364,400 0 41,800 0 23,200 26,100 26,100 1,147,453 849,542 1,181,400 1,074,800 979,700 979,700 2,219,661 2,141,172 2,950,720 2,086,500 3,499,000 3,499,000 36,793 34,270 34,270 23,500 24,600 24,600 152,856 122,669 129,580 144,500 142,200 142,200 793,274 653,461 1,246,730 1,128,100 0 0 36,571 17,160 19,260 15,800 22,900 22,900 5,321 0 2,320 3,300 2,000 2,000 40,625 76,642 167,800 74,600 71,600 71,600 0 0 1,120 3,200 3,900 3,900 487,383 221,580 586,980 379,900 449,200 449,200 705,877 233,732 384,910 282,900 384,600 384,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102a N-2 ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various 1996-97 Fund 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Fund Title Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 121 Los Ranchos Arterial Fund 500,602 627,780 1,169,580 2,230,300 830,100 830,100 122 Oaks Arterial Fund 86,085 44,914 102,230 83,000 0 0 123 Woodview Arterial Fund 1,871 1,788 2,650 2,700 2,200 2,200 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fund 792 10,643 10,770 14,800 11,500 11,500 TOTAL FUNDING 8,256,877 7,009,565 10,636,550 9,951,900 9,457,100 9,457,100 TOTAL POSITIONS 13 15 �I 15 16 19 ( 19 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102b Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Public Facilities and Operations The Public Facilities and Operations 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. 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. Additionally, this Department administers the street, sewer, drainage, facilities and equipment maintenance programs. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS As a result of the approved reorganization, the Public Facilities and Operations Department was created. This new Department has absorbed all of the functions, except park planning, of the Parks and Landscape Department which is being dissolved. The park planning function, along with the Senior Park Planner position, is being transferred to the Community Services Department. This new Department has also absorbed many of the functions of the Public Works Department which is also being dissolved. The functions which are being transferred include street maintenance, sewer and drainage maintenance, and facilities and equipment maintenance. Activity I Program Code Administration and Maintenance I Various N-3 (former Utilities Superintendent). Additionally, the Engineering Technician II and the Senior Administrative Clerk positions were transferred from the former Public Works Department. The goals of the Department are to provide appropriate levels of maintenance for public safety, aesthetics, and responsiveness to the City's citizens and businesses. Contractors perform a majority of the work and are supported by staff. Staff performs most of the duties involving maintenance of the open space and City streets. 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 tolerant. In fiscal year 1994-95 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 continued 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 The modification of the Department's staff positions, due to the This activity reflects a decrease of $494,800. reorganization, include the establishment of the new Parks and Open Space Superintendent position and the creation of new position titles NET STAFF CHANGE (reclassifications) of Public Facilities and Operations Director (former Parks and Landscape Director), Parks and Open Space Supervisor (former Senior This budget reflects a net increase of three positions. Maintenance Worker), and Public Facilities and Operations Superintendent City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET N-4 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES D. The principal cause of this increase resulted from the acceptance of Account Primary new landscape areas or as a result of cost increases from other No. Account Title Increase Cause agencies. 2015 Conferences and Meetings 3,200 A E. The primary cause of this increase was due to the allocation of 3010 Legal Services 25,000 B expenditures to this Department from the former Public Works 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 1,000 C Department as the result of the approved reorganization. 3020 Financial Services 35,400 A 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection 124,000 C SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 143,700 C 3190 Other Contractual Services 92,500 C Item Cos 4130 Workers Compensation Insurance 10,000 C Electric Ram for Kubota Trailer 2,000 4210 Turf Care Supplies 5,500 A Staff Work Station 2,500 4435 Custodial Supplies 2,600 D Desk 1,500 4440 Office Supplies 500 E Chairs and File Cabinet 1,000 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5,400 A 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 7,000 C FUNDING 5610 Land Rental 1,300 D 5625 Equipment Rental 6,100 E Funds for this program are derived from assessments collected from 6010 Water 34,400 D parcels included within the Landscape and Lighting District and the 7225 Departmental Overhead 1,556,700 C General Fund. A. The principal cause of the increase is a result of not having a budget for this item or not having budgeted a sufficient amount in the previous fiscal year. B. The principal cause of this increase was a result of expenses associated with abatement of illegal encroachments into the open space. C. The principal cause of the increase was a result of the new budget format which resulted in creation of, or changes in, line item titles and descriptions. 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 Salary Range Code 69 69 60 53 53 53 43 43 43 41 37 Total Regular Staff Summary By Classifications Public Facilities and Operations Director Parks and Landscape Director Parks and Landscape Manager Parks and Open Space Superintendent Public Facilities and Operations Superintendent Senior Park Planner Parks and Open Space Supervisor Parks and Landscape Supervisor Landscape Contract Supervisor Park Planner I Administrative Analyst I ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance 1993-94 Actual 494,453 0 6,960 1,576 99,382 602,371 1993-94 Actual 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Budget Budget 618,746 642,600 595,100 10,266 0 12,200 23,982 600 27,000 3,784 32,500 0 202,561 216,400 226,700 859,339 892,100 861,000 Number of Positions 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Budget Budget 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 N-5 Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 740,400 740,400 39,700 39,700 28,900 28,900 0 0 307,500 307,500 1,116,500 1,116,500 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0, 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106a N-6 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various Number of Positions Salary 1996-97 Range Regular Staff Summary 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 34 Engineering Technician II 0 0 0 0 1 1 32 Landscape Contract Specialist 3 3 3 3 3 3 29 Administrative Secretary 0 1 1 1 1 1 29 Senior Administrative Clerk 0 0 0 0 1 1 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 3 3 3 5 4 4 24 Maintenance Worker II 4 4 4 2 2 2 20 Maintenance Worker 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Total 13 15 15 16 19 19 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106b 1 ANNUAL BUDGET N-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97. Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 290 984 1,500 700 800 800 2015 Conferences and Meetings 1,379 30 1,500 2,000 5,200 5,200 2020 Auto Mileage 0 0 0 0 0 0 2025 Education and In -Service Training 315 305 4,000 7,000 5,000 5,000 2030 Clothing and Equipment 1,434 3,171 3,000 15,500 7,100 7,100 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 2,146 2,100 4,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 3010 Legal Services 23,927 28,482 15,000 25,000 50,000 50,000 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 800 840 0 0 1,000 1,000 3020 Financial Services 0 0 0 15,000 50,400 50,400 3025 Medical Services 199 140 0 0 0 0 3030 Architectural and Planning Services 15,109 17,838 55,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 3035 Engineering Services 8,904 268 30,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 0 0 0 0 124,000 124,000 3045 Appraisal Services 7,469 11,760 30,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 3090 Other Professional Services 94,327 4,917 20,000 5,000 3,000 3,000 3120 Public Agency Services 100 0 0 0 0 0 3135 Special Studies 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-8 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various Elementi 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 3150 Weed Abatement Services 38 451 1,000 10,000 0 0 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 0 0 0 0 143,700 143,700 3190 Other Contractual Services 2,043 18,271 75,400 103,000 195,500 195,500 4010 Legal Advertising 1,414 319 8,000 8,000 5,000 5,000 4020 Printing 4,013 11,682 5,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 333 163 1,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 402 390 1,200 500 500 500 4120 Vehicle Insurance 0 0 3,500 0 0 0 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 0 0 0 0 10,000 10,000 4210 Turf Care Supplies 943 1,777 0 4,500 10,000 10,000 4215 Landscape Supplies 15,011 10,510 34,000 30,500 6,500 6,500 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 0 3,331 0 25,000 17,000 17,000 4225 Cement and Concrete 0 1,291 0 6,000 3,500 3,500 4245 Traffic Signs 209 0 0 1,500 500 500 4290 Other Construction Materials 512 1,107 2,000 12,000 10,200 10,200 4310 Fuel 10,602 15 13,000 J 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-11.2 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non Automotive) 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 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget m Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 7,539 4,941 12,000 0 0 0 0 25,124 2,400 33,500 22,000 22,000 152 3,332 7,000 7,000 2,500 2,500 2,519 393 15,000 7,500 4,500 4,500 175 1,866 1,000 7,000 1,900 1,900 0 1,228 1,500 1,000 _ 0 0 33,081 42,656 30,000 34,200 15,600 15,600 231 2,910 2,500 4,000 6,600 6,600 5,033 4,180 5,700 5,500 6,000 6,000 0 3,638 500 0 0 0 554 493 2,200 1,000 500 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,788,542 1,442,354 1,658,640 1,848,000 1,739,300 1,739,300 5,524 50,895 26,000 50,000 46,800 46,800 95,038 27,286 160,940 53,000 3,500 3,500 1,781 408 4,800 3,000 1,500 1,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J N-10 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 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 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 384 12,499 16,918 499 30 13,885 10,326 7,704 5,590 0 9,026 24,046 16,151 11,039 9,960 0 0 8,976 3,651 0 0 801,875 845,910 72,292 83,505 211,788 185,654 City of Chino Hills Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 200 1,000 I 0 0 36,700 0 I 0 0 2,400 I 2,000 j 2,000 2,000 3,500 23,400 i 15,500 15,500 19,450 20,500 18,300 18,300 0 8,000 13,400 13,400 60,000 0 7,000 7,000 2,000 10,000 11,300 11,300 0 104,300 93,000 93,000 35,000 7,600 13,700 13,700 5,000 2,000 500 500 1,059,000 1,134,600 1,169,000 1,169,000 81,150 87,500 81,900 81,900 219,920 208,000 192,900 192,900 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (Continued) 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead 7810 Operating Contingency 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 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget N-11 Program Code Various 1996-1997 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 500 0 0 0 3,745 7,077 6,600 3,000 3,400 3,400 0 0 0 1,524,400 345,500 345,500 0 0 0 0 1,556,700 1,556,700 662 0 178,540 0 0 0 83 5,388 1,200 0 0 0 3,301,181 2,931,416 3,951,440 5,492,200 6,053,700 6,053,700 837,550 577,370 2,282,700 0 3,100 3,100 0 13,913 0 0 2,500 2,500 0 0 5,000 2,500 4,500 4,500 0 7,488 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 4,000 0 0 0 9,486 61,010 71,000 15,500 2,000 2,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 n N-12 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY (Continued) 8110 Street, Curbs, Gutters, and Sidewalks Total Capital Outlay 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 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Administration and Maintenance Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 847,036 I 659,781 2,372,700 18,000 12,100 12,100 376,100 2,559,029 3,420,310 3,580,700 2,274,800 2,274,800 3,068,059 0 0 0 0 0 62,130 0 0 0 0 0 3,506,289 I 2,559,029 3,420,310 3,580,700 2,274,800 2,274,800 7,654,506 6,150,226 9,744,450 9,090,900 8,340,600 8,340,600 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 010 Gas Tax Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET N-13 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance 001-8300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 364,643 259,482 364,100 182,200 209,700 209,700 202,469 245,289 649,500 457,400 456,600 456,600 768,509 9,183 180,000 17,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,335,621 513,954 1,193,600 656,800 666,300 666,300 0 0 0 656,800 666,300 666,300 1,335,621 513,954 1,193,600 0 0 0 1,335,621 513,954 1,193,600 656,800 666,300 666,300 4I 4II 4I 4II 4I 4 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 N-14 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Street Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity provides for street maintenance and street related capital improvements in the City of Chino Hills. The City has 170 miles of public streets. Street maintenance activities includes the repair of potholes, the annual restriping program, traffic signal maintenance, traffic signal and street light electricity, debris clean-up after storms, vehicle maintenance, and the removal and replacement of damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalks PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Highlights of the street maintenance program include various capital improvement projects and capital equipment purchases. Capital improvement projects proposed for the 1996/97 fiscal year are as follows: • Traffic signal at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hill Drive • Traffic signal at the intersection of Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Ave. • Traffic signal at the intersection of Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive • City wide re -striping project • Camino Largo street repairs • City wide sidewalk replacement program • Butterfield Ranch Road repairs • Pipeline Avenue road repairs • Peyton Drive repairs As a result of the approved reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly created Public Facilities and Operations Department. Program Code This budget reflects a net increase of $9,500. NET STAFF CHANGE, 001-8300 This activity reflects an increase of one Maintenance Worker II position which was transferred from the Water Utility Division and a decrease of one secretary position which was transferred to the Community Services Department. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3189 Communication System Services 3,000 A 3190 Other Contractual Services 5,000 B 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 1,500 B 5620 Vehicle Rental 5,200 C 6035 Telephone 800 B 7225 Departmental Overhead 142,300 D A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous year. B. This item was under budgeted last fiscal year. C. These are actual numbers for vehicle rental based on maintenance and depreciation. D. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was budgeted in the Administrative Overhead account in the previous year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. Eligible expenditures are reimbursed by the Gas Tax Fund. Program Code 001-8300 N-15 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J ANNUAL BUDGET N-16 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance 001-8300 1996-97 Account Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1010 Regular Salaries 255,288 187,710 255,600 129,100 133,800 133,800 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 0 3,671 24,900 0 0 0 1020 Overtime Salaries 4,553 10,503 10,000 3,800 16,200 16,200 1030 Contract Employees 0 0 0 0 0 0 Various Fringe Benefits 104,802 57,598 73,600 49,300 59,700 59,700 Total 364,643 259,482 364,100 182,200 209,700 209,700 Salary 1996-97 Range Regular Staff Summary 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code By Classifications Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 43 Roads Maintenance Supervisor 1 1 1 1 1 1 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 1 1 1 1 1 1 25 Secretary 1 1 1 1 0 0 24 Maintenance Worker II 0 1 1 1 2 2 20 Maintenance Worker 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 4 4 4 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 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 3020 Financial Services 3035 Engineering Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3135 Special Studies 3189 Communication System Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4215 Landscape Supplies 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4225 Cement and Concrete 4245 Traffic Signs ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget N-17 Program Code 001-8300 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 10 0 500 300 300 110 28 1,800 1,200 900 900 0 0 0 2,300 2,000 2,000 239 845 500 900 1,000 1,000 640 593 500 700 700 700 0 0 900 0 0 0 1,052 3,665 25,000 8,000 7,000 7,000 2,991 4,613 5,000 0 0 0 2,757 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 11,776 5,000 30,000 35,000 35,000 0 50 0 500 400 400 0 431 0 2,000 1,500 1,500 755 0 500 500 400 400 1,463 1,291 12,500 12,500 9,000 9,000 0 351 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 17,758 21,320 29,000 29,000 25,000 25,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-18 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4290 Other Construction Materials 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non -automotive) 4325 Other Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance 001-8300 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 775 186 227,500 0 0 0 2,997 3,222 2,000 3,000 0 0 543 1,015 900 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 1,400 0 0 623 7,839 9,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 813 2,600 2,600 2,600 2,600 0 0 0 100 100 100 380 1,501 1,200 0 0 0 101 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,897 0 0 0 0 0 0 { 1,000 3,000 400 400 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 5490 Other Structure Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 6015 Electricity 6020 Streetlight Power 6035 Telephone 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance Program Code 001-8300 1996-97 N-19 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual I Budget Budget Recommended Approved 406 919 1,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 17,480 72,692 75,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 27,438 7,236 75,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 50 127 0 0 1,500 1,500 2,573 0 5,000 11,500 16,700 16,700 625 4,125 5,400 5,400 5,000 5,000 19,951 21,200 50,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 100,762 73,541 100,000 100,000 90,000 90,000 0 0 0 0 800 800 0 0 0 130,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 142,300 142,300 202,469 245,289 649,500 457,400 456,600 456,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-20 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 8040 Improvements Other than Buildings 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay GRAND TOTAL ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Street Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 768,509 4,003 160,000 0 0 5,180 20,000 17,200 768,509 9,183 180,000 I 17,200 970,978 254,472 829,500 474,600 a Program Code 001-8300 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 456,600 456,600 Program -f�IIlI3n1•Ti'.� 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 GENERAL SUMMARY N-21 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Street Sweeping 033-8600 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 12,588 9,300 108,460 122,205 272,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 108,460 134,793 281,300 108,460 134,793 281,300 108,460 134,793 281,300 0 I 0 II 0 City of Chino Hills 0 0 0 372,500 188,400 188,400 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 417,500 188,400 188,400 417,500 417,500 0 �I 188,400 188,400 188,400 188,400 j 0 0+ (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N-22 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Street Sweeping BASIC FUNCTIONS This activity includes the sweeping of all City streets at regular intervals and the maintenance of the City's 1,586 street trees. The contract for street sweeping is presently based on 170 miles of streets. The street sweeping program includes 11.6 curb miles of commercial streets, 215 curb miles of residential streets and 80 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 1996/97 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 or extended annually. The sweeping of streets ensures that the aesthetic value 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 1,586 street trees. Many of these trees are fully mature and exceed 50 feet in height. An inventory of street trees completed in 1992 indicates that the City presently maintains approximately 985 small size trees (less than 20 feet tall), 319 medium size trees (20 to 30 feet tall) and 282 large trees (over 30 feet tall). Program Code 033-8600 As a result of the approved reorganization, this activity is being adm!nistered by the newly -created Public Facilities and Operations Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget reflects a decrease of $229,100. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3185 Street Sweeping Services 110,000 A 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 20,000 A 7225 Departmental Overhead 16,200 B A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was previously budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account. B. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This itgm was budgeted in the Administrative Overhead account in the previous year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the Street Sweeping Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET N-23 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Street Sweeping 033-8600 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2025 Education and In -Service Training 0 0 0 0 0 0 2030 Clothing and Equipment 0 0 0 0 0 0 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 0 0 0 0 0 0 3140 Refuse Contract 0 10,054 0 0 0 0 3185 Street Sweeping Services 0 0 0 0 110,000 110,000 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 0 0 0 0 20,000 20,000 3190 Other Contractual Services 102,398 89,373 120,000 280,000 7,600 7,600 4010 Legal Advertising 62 0 0 0 0 0 4315 Parts (Automotive) 0 0 0 0 0 0 5010 Land Maintenance 6,000 22,778 104,000 30,000 25,000 25,000 5225 Meter Maintenance 0 0 0 0 0 0 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 0 0 0 0 0 0 5590 Other Equipment Maintenanpe 0 0 48,000 0 0 0 5620 Vehicle Rental 0 0 0 20,500 0 0 6010 Water 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-24 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Street Sweeping ' 033-8600 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 42,000 9,600 9,600 0 0 0 0 16,200 16,200 108,460 122,205 272,000 372,500 188,400 I 188,400 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 I 0 108,460 122,205 272,000 417,500 188,400 188,400 t City of Chino Hills (Rev.10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET N-25 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance 104-8002 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 0 49,516 0 0 0 0 Capital Outlay 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 14,000 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0 49,516 40,000 14,000 0 0 Fund Code Fund Title 104 Sleepy Hollow Road Fund 0 49,516 40,000 14,000 0 0 TOTAL FUNDING 0 49,516 40,000 14,000 0 0 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N-26 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Sleepy Hollow Rd Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS 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 fiscal year 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. Funds will accumulate in this fund until the streets require another overlay/slurry seal. As a result of the approved reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly created Public Facilities and Operations Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE None NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code t 104-8002 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES None SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None WP►MfK�3 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 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfer Grand Total U ANNUAL BUDGET N-27 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Sleepy Hollow Road Maintenance 104-8002 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 0 0 0 0 I 0 49,516 0 49,516 0 0 0� 0 0 49,516 City of Chino Hills 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 14,000 0 0 0 14,000 0 I 0 40,000 14,000 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-28 This page intentionally left blank. ANNUAL BUDGET M N-29 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and -Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 501 Sewer Utility Fund P Public Facilities and Operations 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 153,541 272,273 1,887,114 2,136,968 0 56,469 120,000 414,900 2,160,655 2,880,610 2,160,655 2,880,610 Sewer Utility 501-8120 1996-97 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Budget Recommended Approved 277,900 125,900 104,400 104,400 2,031,800 2,652,800 2,776,500 2,776,500 36,500 205,000 0 0 414,900 0 40,000 40,000 2,761,100 2,983,700 2,920,900 2,920,900 2,761,100 2,983,700 2,920,900 2,920,900 TOTAL FUNDING + 2,160,655 2,880,610 2,761,100 2,983,700 2,920,900 2,920,900 TOTAL POSITIONS II 3 I 3 II 4 I 4 �I 3 I 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N_30 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code 0 Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Sewer Utility 501-8120 BASIC FUNCTIONS benefits are divided between sewer and drainage in the same ratio. The significant improvement scheduled for fiscal year 1996/97 is to remove the The Sewer Utility activity is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and existing platforms from the deep sewer manholes. The platforms limit the upgrading of the existing sewer facilities. The activity is also responsible for maintenance access and are no longer permitted by Cal OSHA. The bringing the City into compliance with the regulations of the State Health interfund transfer appropriation of $40,000 is for the sewer manhole Services, the State Water Resources, the State Water Quality Control modifications program that is reported in the Capital Projects section of this Boards, and the Chino Basin Municipal Water District. This activity includes budget document. raw sewer monitoring, sewer system maintenance, sewer lift station operation, and sewer main inspection. Due to the approved reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly created Public Facilities and Operations Department. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS NET BUDGET CHANGE 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 This activity reflects a decrease of $62,800. Woodview areas, which consist of approximately 5,000 residential units. As of December 31, 1995, the total equivalent residential dwelling units (EDU) NET STAFF CHANGE of sewer was approximately 18,140 EDUs. More than two thirds of the City's sewer system is less than ten years old. Therefore, capital improvements This activity reflects the decrease of one Senior Maintenance Worker including replacement and repair of the existing system are minimal. position. In the past three years, the sewer system has expanded at an average rate SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES of about 540 houses and 60,000 feet of sewer lines per year. A new sewage lift station was added to the system on February 27, 1996. Therefore, daily Account Primary operation and maintenance of the system continues to increase. A video No. Account Title Increase Cause survey needs to be conducted to establish records and a future systemized 2030 Clothing and Equipment 800 A maintenance program on the existing system. The City crew continues to 3115 Data Processing Services 16,100 B perform high velocity cleaning of the sewer system. A master plan will be 3161 Water Quality Analysis Services 45,000 C completed in June 1996 for future expansion. 3165 Sewer Treatment Services 1,980,300 D 3189 Communication System Services 3,300 E The employees in the Sewer Utility activity also work on the City's drainage 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 1,000 F system. The amount of time spent on each function is estimated to be 70 4435 Custodial Supplies 500 F percent for sewer and 30 percent for drainage. For this reason, salaries and 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 600 G City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Sewer Utility SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 2,000 H 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5,000 1 6015 Electricity 4,000 F 7225 Departmental Overhead 220,400 J A. The expenditure account was under budgeted in the previous fiscal year. B. This new expenditure activity reflects the Division's share of the City- wide computer hardware and software costs of the newly created Data Processing Division. C. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was previously budgeted in the Other Professional Services account. D. The increase is due to the projected increase of one thousand equivalent residential dwelling units and is a new expenditure account for this year. This item was budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous fiscal year. E. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was previously budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account. F. This increase is due to the addition of the Rincon Lift Station. G. The primary increase is due to maintenance cost on the 800 MHZ radio communication system. H. This increase is due to the installation of fences and gates to protect the City's easements, access roads, and right-of-ways. I. The increase is due to the additional maintenance required for the video equipment on the T.V. van. J. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was previously budgeted in the Administrative Overhead account. Program Code SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING 501-8120 This activity is charged to the Sewer Utility Fund. N-31 M City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 N-32 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 Sanitation Supervisor 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 24 Maintenance Worker II 20 Maintenance Worker I Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Sewer Utility 501-8120 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 116,474 192,675 213,100 88,400 62,000 62,000 0 0 0 0 6,300 6,300 3,671 9,510 0 2,900 6,100 6,100 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,396 70,088 64,800 34,600 30,000 30,000 153,541 272,273 277,900 125,900 104,400 104,400 1995-96 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 4 4 3 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J ANNUAL BUDGET N-33 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Sewer Utility 501-8120 Element 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 40 85 200 600 300 300 2015 Conferences and Meetings 0 0 - 800 1,300 1,300 1,300 2020 Auto Mileage 0 0 100 100 100 100 2025 Education and In -Service Training 130 0 2,400 1,000 1,000 1,000 2030 Clothing and Equipment 295 1,226 700 1,200 2,000 2,000 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 905 1,182 1,500 1,300 1,200 1,200 3010 Legal Services 0 0 0 1,000 0 0 3015 Accounting and Auditing Services 2,100 2,205 0 2,700 2,500 2,500 3020 Financial Services 0 0 3,000 0 0 0 3025 Medical Services 20 230 0 0 0 0 3035 Engineering Services 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 3090 Other Professional Services 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 3115 Data Processing Services 440 0 0 0 16,100 16,100 3120 Public Agency Services 0 0 0 1,000 1,400 1,400 3150 Weed Abatement Services 4 0 0 0 200 0 0 3161 Water Quality Analysis Services 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 3165 Sewer Treatment Services 0 0 0 0 1,980,300 1,980,300 3189 Communication System Services 0 0 0 0 3,300 3,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET N-34 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Sewer Utility Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 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) 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4431 Small Office Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code t 501-8120 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 1,448,187 1,822,340 1,814,200 1,835,800 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 490 0 0 0 0 0 5,575 661 700 800 800 800 0 0 200 500 400 400 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 2,500 1,800 0 0 0 318 0 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 500 400 400 3,502 3,501 10,000 0 0 0 120 4,542 2,300 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 200 400 400 253 1,776 1,300 3,500 4,500 4,500 0 0 1,000 0 0 0 257 2,810 2,000 3,500 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 400 400 0 0 0 0 500 500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4440 Office Supplies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure 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 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5620 Vehicle Rental ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Sewer Utility 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 1994-95 1995-96 Budget Budget N-35 Program Code 501-8120 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 103 500 0 0 0 89 93 100 200 400 400 0 0 0 3,800 3,000 3,000 2,808 0 0 2,000 1,500 1,500 583 1,200 1,000 0 0 0 4,363 1,922 3,500 0 0 0 50 0 22,000 2,500 3,100 3,100 0 0 0 100 200 200 0 0 10,000 5,000 1,500 1,500 0 758 5,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 300 400 400 14,702 0 0 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 10,735 11,211 35,000 5,000 10,000 10,000 58 0 0 52,200 41,900 41,900 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-36 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Sewer Utility Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 6015 Electricity 6035 Telephone 7110 Depreciation Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead 7610 Uncollectible Accounts 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8040 Improvements Other Than Building 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 8060 Vehicles 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 501-8120 1998-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 10,019 7,155 9,800 14,000 18,000 18,000 0 1,013 400 0 0 0 280,154 272,449 0 293,200 262,800 262,800 100,000 0 100,000 287,400 145,300 145,300 0 0 0 0 220,400 220,400 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,239 188 600 0 0 0 1,887,114 2,136,968 2,031,800 2,652,800 2,776,500 2,776,500 0 27,990 0 0 0 ` 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,491 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 22,988 36,500 5,000 0 0 0 56,469 36,500 205,000 0 0 J City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET N-37 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Sewer Utility 501-8120 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual I Budget Budget Recommended Approved INTERFUND TRANSFERS i I 9010 Interfund Transfers to other Funds 120,000 414,900 414,900 0 40,000 40,000 Total Interfund Transfers 120,000 414,900 414,900 0 40,000 I 40,000 Grand Total 2,007,114 2,608,337 2,483,200 2,857,800 2,816,500 2,816,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 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-39 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Storm Channel Maintenance 001-8121 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 54,000 44,800 44,800 0 0 0 124,200 103,100 103,100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 223,200 247,900 247,900 i 0 0 223,200 247,900 247,900 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 223,200 247,900 247,900 TOTAL POSITIONS �I 0 I 0 II 0 I 0 1I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 N-40 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program I Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Storm Channel Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS This activity includes storm water system management and maintenance. This program also reduces 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, and weed abatement. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Storm Channel Maintenance function maintains and operates the storm drainage facilities, including but not limited to catch basins, channels, culverts, storm drainage pipes, retention basins, and desilting basins within the City. Another function is coordination with the co-permittees for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit. This permit is in process to be renewed in October 1996 for another five years. All required programs of the Best Management Practice (BMP) of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System 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 to: • 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 Sewer Utility activity also work in the Storm Channel activity. The amount of time spent on each function is estimated to be 30 percent for drainage and 70 percent for sewer. For this reason, salaries and benefits are divided between these activities in the same ratio. The position titles and position count, however, are reported entirely in the Sewer Utility Program Code Q 001-8121 activity, even though salaries and fringe benefit budgetary information is divided between the sewer and drainage activities. The significant improvement scheduled for fiscal year 1996-97 is to install two trash racks and two slope protection barriers at the inlets/outlets of the storm facilities along Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Soquel Canyon Parkway. The size of the storm drains range from 24 inch reinforced concrete pipe to 8 feet by 14 feet reinforced concrete box channel. The budget for this improvement is $100,000 and is shown as an appropriation in the Capital Projects section of this budget document. The funding for the project is shown in this activity's budget as an interfund transfer. As a result of the reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly created Public Facilities and Operations Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $24,700. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3161 Water Quality Analysis Services 4,500 A 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 800 B 4445 Special Supplies 900 C 5625 Equipment Rental 7,500 D 7985 NPDES 23,000 E City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET N-41 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Storm Channel Maintenance 1 001-8121 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. (continued) A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was budgeted in the Other Professional Services account in the previous year. B. The increase is due to the purchase of chain saws and weedeaters to perform routine maintenance. C. This budget is to continue the stenciling program for new developments. D. The increase is due to the rental of a skip loader for staff to perform routine maintenance. E. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. a City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 N-42 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 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Storm Channel Maintenance 001-8121 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 37,900 26,600 26,600 0 0 0 0 2,700 2,700 0 0 0 1,300 2,600 2,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14,800 12,900 12,900 0 0 0 54,000 44,800 44,800 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J Program Public Works 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 3161 Water Quality Analysis 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) 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5045 Graffiti Removal Services ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Storm Channel Maintenance Program Code 001-8121 1996-97 N-43 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 200 200 200 0 0 0 100 100 100 0 0 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 20,000 0 0 0 0 0 5,000 4,000 4,000 0 0 0 0 4,500 4,500 0 0 0 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 1,800 1,800 0 0 0 1,800 1,600 1,600 0 0 0 3,000 2,500 2,500 0 0 0 2,500 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 200 200 200 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 0 800 800 0 0 0 0 900 900 0 0 0 200 200 200 0 0 0 40,000 35,000 35,000 0 0 0 800 700 700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J N-44 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 7985 NPDES Total Services and Supplies INTERFUND TRANSFER 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Fund Total Interfund Transfer Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Storm Channel Maintenance 001-8121 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 22,400 18,000 18,000 0 0 0 0 7,500 7,500 0 0 0 0 23,000 23,000 0 I 0 0 I 124,200 103,100 103,100 0 0 0 45,000 100,000 100,000 0 I 0 0 I 45,000 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 169,200 203,100 203"100 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 J N-45 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 140,500 103,600 103,600 0 65,387 79,600 306,600 245,700 245,700 0 24,378 27,600 27,500 8,000 8,000 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 0 89,765 107,200 474,600 437,300 437,300 i 0 89,765 107,200 474,600 437,300 437,300 TOTAL FUNDING 0 89,765 107,200 474,600 437,300 437,300 TOTAL POSITIONS 3 I 3 3 3 II 3 I 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N-46 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations I Facilities Maintenance BASIC FUNCTION The Facilities Maintenance activity provides for the repairs and maintenance of all buildings at the Civic Center, City Yard, Community Park Snack Bar, and Canyon Ridge Recreation Building. The Butterfield Recreation Building may be an added responsibility this fiscal year. This activity provides shipping and receiving services for the City Yard. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This activity 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, 3,500 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, a refueling site at the City Yard, 620 square feet of building space at the Community Park snack bar, 2,790 square feet of building space at Canyon Ridge Recreation Building, and 558 square feet of building space at the proposed Butterfield Recreation Building. The activity's goal is to provide efficient and responsive building maintenance services. A major part of the repairs and maintenance is accomplished via contracts with firms who specialize in these activities. Staff provides minor repairs and maintenance services as needed. The Capital improvement project proposed for 1996/97 fiscal year is to re - roof the Civic Center and the City's portion of the Police Station. This is reported in this years budget as an interfund transfer in the amount of $80,000. The employees in the Facilities Maintenance activity also work in the Equipment Maintenance activity. The amount of time spent on each function for Facilities Maintenance is estimated as follows: Facilities Maintenance Program Code 001-2510 Supervisor-90 percent, Store Keeper-85 percent, and Facilities Maintenance Worker -25 percent For this reason, salaries and benefits are divided between Facilities Maintenance and Equipment Maintenance. Overtime is based on actual time not on the above percentages. The budget has decreased this year due to actual costs as compared to last years projected costs. As a result of the approved reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly -created Public Facilities and Operations Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget reflects a decrease of $37,300. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3188 Custodial Services 36,300 A A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET N-47 k PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Facilities Maintenance SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item Cost Storm drain inlet and asphalt berm for City Yard 5,000 Fire alarm system at Butterfield Recreation Building 3,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. 0 City of Chino Hills Program Code 001-2510 (Rev. 10-94) " 66464 N-48 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 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 97,900 70,500 70,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,700 3,200 3,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,900 29,900 29,900 0 0 0 140,500 103,600 103,600 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 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 3 3 3 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 2025 Education and In -Service Training 2030 Clothing and Equipment 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 3090 Other Professional Services 3140 Refuse Contract 3188 Custodial Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4030 Photocopy and Reprographic 4220 Rock and Mineral Products 4245 Traffic Signs 4290 Other Construction Materials 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 4440 Office Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET N-49 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 2,400 300 0 0 0 500 0 900 700 700 0 601 800 400 500 500 0 0 500 -500 500 500 0 1,012 0 0 0 0 0 3,291 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,300 36,300 0 28,555 38,300 39,800 4,100 4,100 0 0 300 5,500 0 0 0 0 0 500 500 500 0 128 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 500 500 0 93 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 700 200 200 0 2,129 1,800 1,800 1,700 1,700 0 4,815 9,000 9,000 8,000 8,000 0 0 300 300 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET N-50 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations a Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4445 Special Supplies 0 0 0 5,000 3,500 3,500 4450 Books 0 0 300 200 200 200 4455 Films and Video 0 0 0 300 0 0 5010 Land Maintenance 0 0 0 30,500 22,000 22,000 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 0 9,815 16,000 26,000 24,000 24,000 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 0 685 4,000 400 0 0 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 0 1,863 0 0 0 0 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 0 9,094 3,000 2,600 400 400 5045 Graffiti Removal Services 0 0 0 17,500 2,500 2,500 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance. 0 2,462 2,500 1,200 1,200 1,200 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 0 324 0 0 0 0 6015 Electricity 0 0 0 91,100 72,300 72,300 6030 Gas 0 0 0 3,500 3,100 3,100 6035 Telephone 0 20 400 68,100 63,500 63,500 Total Services and Supplies 0 65,387 79,600 306,600 245,700 245,700 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 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET N-51 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Facilities Maintenance 001-2510 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 11,749 13,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 3,709 4,900 6,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,486 3,500 6,500 0 0 0 6,434 6,200 0 0 0 0 24,378 27,600 27,500 8,000 8,000 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 0 89,765 107,200 334,100 333,700 333,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-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 551 Equipment Maintenance Fund i ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 N-53 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Equipment Maintenance 551-8200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 42,900 42,900 0 0 0 376,800 293,300 293,300 0 0 0 130,000 25,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 506,800 361,200 361,200 [I] 0 0 506,800 361,200 361,200 TOTAL FUNDING 0 0 0 506,800 361,200 381,200 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 N-54 Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Public Facilities and Operations The Equipment Maintenance activity provides and coordinates repairs for required maintenance and servicing of all City motorized and trailered equipment used for all City activities. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This function provides routine and heavy maintenance of seven medium to heavy duty trucks, six tractors, twelve service trucks, twenty-one pickup trucks (which consist of eight mid -size, eight Yz ton full size, three 3/4 ton full size, and two 1 ton full size), eight 4 x 4 vehicles, seven light to heavy duty vans, one sewer -line cleaning truck, two forklifts/loaders and twenty-seven trader units. The goal of the activity is to provide safe vehicle and trailered equipment for all City functions. The division has two objectives in meeting this goal. The first objective is to enhance the preventive maintenance program which includes annual vehicle smog certification, California Highway Patrol inspections, and fuel tank certifications in accordance with State law. The second objective is to continue to contract for repairs that can be performed more cost effectively by the private sector. This activity operates on a revolving fund basis with revenues generated from rental charges received from the City's Departments/Divisions that use the equipment; and these amounts are used to finance maintenance, fuel, insurance, other equipment costs, and operational costs and overhead. Equipment acquisition will be financed from cash generated from the depreciation expense on the vehicles and equipment which are being included with other expenditures in calculating the rental charges. The cash Activity I Program Code Equipment Maintenance 1 551-8200 will be accumulated in the Equipment Replacement Reserve and will be drawn upon when a particular equipment item needs to be replaced. The net budget decrease is primarily due to a decrease in the depreciation expense for vehicles that are at the end of their depreciable useful lives and due to the reduction in capital outlay for the new fiscal year. The employees in the Equipment Maintenance activity also work in the Facilities Maintenance Division. The amount of time spent on each function for Equipment Maintenance is estimated as follows: Facilities Maintenance Supervisor-10 percent, Store Keeper-15 percent, and Facilities Maintenance Worker-75 percent. For this reason, salaries and benefits are divided between Equipment Maintenance and Facilities Maintenance. However, the position titles and position count are reported entirely in the Facilities Maintenance activity budget even though the budget is allocated between the two activities. Overtime is based on actual time, since the Equipment Maintenance activity does not require frequent overtime. As a result of the approved reorganization, this activity is being administered by the newly -created Public Facilities and Operations Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has decreased by $145,200. NET STAFF CHANGE None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET N-55 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Public Facilities and Operations Equipment Maintenance 551-8200 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No Account Title Increase Cause 3190 Other Contractual Services 2,800 A 4120 Vehicle Insurance 50,000 B 4310 Fuel 3,900 C 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5,800 D 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 500 E A. This increase is primarily due to the cost of annual cleaning and testing the fuel tanks at the City Yard. B. This newly budgeted cost is for the pro rata share of the City's liability insurance that is allocated to the City's vehicles, per the City's Risk Manager. C. This cost increase is due to the City's growth which caused an increase in vehicle usage and fuel consumption. D. The principal cause of this increase is the need to repaint four vehicles. E. This item was budgeted in elementlobject account 4410 in the previous fiscal year. SIGNIFICANT ITCMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY, k ill -QQ9 One half -ton full size pick up truck 25,000 FUNDING This activity is charged to the Equipment Maintenance Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 N-56 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 Salary Range Code ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Equipment Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-9 Actual Actual Budget Budge 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 0 0 Regular Staff Summary By Classifications Total 1993-94 1994-95 Actual Actual 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of Positions 1994-95 1995-96 Budget Budget 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills Program Code 551-8200 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 29,400 29,400 0 0 0 0 200 200 0 0 0 0 13,300 13,300 0 42,900 42,900 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICE AND SUPPLIES 3120 Public Agencies Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4110 Liability Insurance 4120 Vehicle Insurance 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 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY N-57 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations Equipment Maintenance 551-8200 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 800 700 700 0 0 0 400 3,200 3,200 0 0 0 0 300 300 0 0 0 400 400 400 0 0 0 300 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 0 0 0 39,800 43,700 43,700 0 0 0 6,000 6,000 6,000 0 0 0 8,200 6,500 6,500 0 0 0 1,800 1,900 1,900 0 0 0 4,600 800 800 0 0 0 400 400 400 0 0 0 400 200 200 0 0 0 400 0 0 0 0 0 90,400 96,200 96,200 0 0 0 222,900 82,500 82,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 N-58 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles Services and Suaolies - (continued) 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8060 Vehicles Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations Equipment Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 551-8200 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 500 500 0 I 0 0 I 376,800 293,300 I 293,300 0 0 0 130,000 25,000 25,000 0 0 0 130,000 25,000 I 25,000 0 0 0 506,800 318,300 318,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund v TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET N-59 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Public Facilities and Operations General Maintenance 001-8001 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 175,461 208,200 217,500 274,700 274,700 0 11,334 169,500 0 4,500 4,500 0 0 0 25,000 80,500 80,500 0 186,795 377,700 242,500 359,700 359,700 0 186,795 377,700 0 186,795 377,700 y �I 0 I 0 �I 0 City of Chino Hills 242,500 242,500 0 �I 359,700 359,700 359,700 ` 359,700 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET N-60 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works Public Facilities and Operations General Maintenance BASIC FUNCTIONS. The Public Facilities and Operations Department is responsible for landscape maintenance, pest control, fertilization, and tree pruning services for the landscape common areas, the medians and City parks that are not located within a Landscape and Lighting District. In addition, graffiti abatement is also provided in these areas. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The goal of this activity is to provide appropriate levels of maintenance in order to ensure that public safety and aesthetic considerations are met. Contractors and staff provide for the care and maintenance of turf, planter areas, trees, and weed abatement activities. In addition, prompt attention to the removal of graffiti is an on -going Departmental activity. Capital improvement projects proposed for the 1996/97 fiscal year are as follows: • renovate irrigation and plant replacement in Woodview • Strickling Park path repair NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a budget increase of $117,200. NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 1 001-8001 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES, Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3090 Other Professional Services 3,500 A 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 100,000 A 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 1,000 A 5235 Distribution Plant Maintenance 2,000 B 5490 Other Structure Repair 3,000 A 6010 Water 10,000 B A. The principal cause of the increase was a result of the account not being budgeted in the prior fiscal year, or because it is a new budget item. B. The principal cause of the increase was due to not budgeting an adequate amount in fiscal year 1995-96. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY item Cost Hilltop Park Modifications 4,500 FUNDING This activity's budget is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3090 Other Professional Services 3187 Tree Maintenance Services 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 5490 Other Structure Repair and Maintenance 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6035 Telephone Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1 996-97 Department Activity Public Facilities and Operations General Maintenance 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget N-61 Program Code 001-8001 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved J 0 480 0 0 3,500 3,500 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 0 3 5,000 5,000 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 5,000 3,000 3,000 0 328 0 2,000 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 500 200 200 0 109,169 135,200 140,000 90,000 90,000 0 8,825 1,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 4,044 15,000 0 1,000 1,000 0 6,201 0 10,000 5,000 5,000 0 302 1,000 2,000 4,000 4,000 0 499 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 40,415 45,000 45,000 55,000 55,000 0 4,601 6,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 594 0 0 0 0 0 175,461 208,200 217,500 274,700 274,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J N-62 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles CAPITAL OUTLAY 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 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code 3 Public Facilities and Operations General Maintenance 001-8001 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 11,334 169,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,500 4,500 0 I 11,334 169,500 I 0 4,500 II 4,500 0 0 0 25,000 80,500 80,500 0 I 0 0 I 25,000 80,500 I 80,500 0 186,795 377,700 242,500 359,700 359,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 t+(� 1 R 1��y%� ��� O p Ri� Y %—�vs �'' � g 9 � �� Program Public Works Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 500 Water Utility Fund t ANNUAL BUDGET O-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Water Utility Water Utility 500-8110 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 971,646 1,025,342 1,107,500 755,900 820,500 820,500 7,590,159 8,047,287 8,272,940 9,181,700 9,487,900 9,487,900 4,237 197,749 536,200 338,300 166,600 166,600 411,853 415,000 737,500 410,000 338,500 338,500 8,977,895 9,685,378 10,654,140 10,685,900 10,813,500 10,813,500 8,977,895 9,685,378 10,654,140 10,685,900 10,813,500 10,813,500 TOTAL FUNDING 8,977,895 9,685,378 10,654,140 10,685,900 10,813,500 10,813,500 TOTAL POSITIONS II 17 17 I 17 I 17 16 I 16 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 M Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Public Works I Water Utility BASIC FUNCTIONS The Water Utility Department provides water for domestic consumption, recreation, irrigation, and construction in the City. There are approximately 16,000 water services serving a population of approximately 50,000 The Water Division is responsible for emergency, regular and preventative maintenance programs to ensure that water is delivered to its customers that meets all local, State, and Federal standards. Other functions include performing strategic cost analysis of electrical power, water rate structures, Metropolitan Water District pricing policies, and Chino Basin Municipal Water District basin management including remediation of ground water degradation. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS As a result of the approved reorganization, the water utility has been established as a Department that reports directly to the City Manager. The consulting firm Robert Bein, William Frost & Associates - RBF has been retained to administer the Department and supervise all operations and capital projects of the Department. The principal staff members of RBF who administer the Department report directly to the City Manager. The water utility was formerly a division within the Public Works Department. Modifications in this budget reflect the elimination of two vacant positions (Engineering Technician II and Senior Maintenance Worker) and the reassignment of three positions (Principal Public Works Engineer, Maintenance Worker II, and Secretary). This program provides routine and preventative maintenance of 328 linear miles of water mains; 14 storage reservoirs; 11 deep vertical wells; 10 booster stations; 3,200 fire hydrants; 468 backflow devices; and approximately 16,000 water meters in a service area of 46 square miles. Activity I Program Code Water Utility 1 ' 500-8110 Maintenance activities are provided in-house. Staff are trained certified employees that are able to work under emergency situations. Outside contractors provide limited maintenance only in the event staff resources are over extended. The Department's goal is to strive for continued quality service while maintaining health and welfare to the residents of Chino Hills. The Department is actively pursuing system modifications and water source identification to meet the growing consumer demand. This fiscal year a major change occurred in the Department's meter reading service as the City entered into a contract with the Southern California Gas Company for meter reading services. This eliminated the estimated meter reading methodology which had been a concern to the residents. This fiscal year's primary objective will be to focus on the development of capital improvement projects to meet the water demand and the distribution system infrastructure requirements while adhering to the Department of Health Services requirements and the Health and Safety Water Codes. The interfund transfer budget of $338,500 is for two purposes: to fund capital projects in the amount of $213,000 (see projects listed in the Capital Projects section of the budget) and to provide $125,500 for the Water Utility Fund's share of the equity transfer to the new Data Processing Fund. The equity transfer amount to the Data Processing Fund is equal to the amount of depreciation expense on the computer hardware and software transferred to the Data Processing from the Water Utility Fund. An equity transfer of $277,500 will also be made from the General Fund for its share of the depreciation on the computer hardware and software that is owned by the General Fund. Refer to the Water Utility budget for this equity transfer and to the Data Processing Fund for further information. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Plogram Code Public Works Water Utility Water Utility 500-8110 Performance Workload 93/94 94/95 95/96 96/97 Activity Actual Actual Est Est. Customer leaks 341 186 180 212 Meter leaks 104 76 71 68 Water main leaks 53 41 42 46 Water service leaks 89 88 81 95 New meter installations 508 581 563 580 Shut down notification 160 35 48 52 Fire hydrant maintenance 121 332 480 496 Water purchases (AF) 8,710 9,812 10,800 11,900 Water produced (AF) 3,402 3,431 3,872 4,200 Water consumed (AF) 12,112 13,243 14,672 16,100 Work orders completed 4,780 3,375 2,626 3,230 Capital improvement projects proposed for the 1996/97 fiscal year are: * Western Hills Golf Course modifications * Reservoirs R-12, R-7, and R-8 cleaned and painted * Low zone blow off installation The proposed expenditures exceed the estimated revenues in this fiscal year budget, therefore staff will bring a proposed rate adjustment to the City Council following the completion of the Water Master Plan. It is intended that a comprehensive and detailed proposed water rate schedule will be brought to the City Council for consideration in the winter of 1997. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $127,600. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of three positions (Engineering Technician O-3 II, Senior Maintenance Worker, and Maintenance Worker 11) and an increase of two positions (Principal Public Works Engineer and Secretary). SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No Account Title Increase Cause 2030 Clothing and Equipment 1,100 A 3020 Financial Services 1,200 B 3035 Engineering Services 95,900 C 3115 Data Processing Services 30,000 D 3145 Collection Service 800 E 3160 Water Meter Reading Services 65,000 F 3161 Water Quality Analysis Services 18,000 F 3189 Communication System Services 13,400 F 3190 Other Contractual Services 63,400 G 4020 Printing 3,900 H 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 1,200 1 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 7,200 J 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4,800 K 4440 Office Supplies 7,400 L 5210 Pump Equipment Maintenance 5,000 M 5620 Vehicle Rental 3,000 N 6010 Water 582,000 O 6025 Water Pumping Power 50,000 P 6035 Telephone 1,700 Q 7015 Principal Payments 4,800 R 7120 Amortization Expense 28,100 S 7225 Departmental Overhead 192,000 T A. This increase is due to the cost of providing staff with the required safety boots, jackets, and equipment. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET 0-4 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works Water Utility Water Utility 500-8110 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) B. The increase is due to the expenditure for arbitrage rebate services that additional water required for new service connections. was not budgeted in fiscal year 1995/96. Q. This item was budgeted in the Facilities Maintenance budget in fiscal C. The primary cause of this increase is due to the addition of the year 1995/96 consultant's cost for administering the Water Utility. R. This item was underbudgeted in the previous fiscal year. D. The budget for this new expenditure account is for the Water Utility's S. The primary cause of the increase is due to the bond issuance and share of the allocable charges for the new Data Processing Division. discount issuance costs resulting from the refunding of the 1990 E. This increase is due to uncollectible accounts that will be sent to cops. collections. T. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was F. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was budgeted in the Administrative Overhead account in the previous year. budgeted in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY G. This increase is due to the added emergency maintenance contract and the incorporation of an extensive water conservation program. Items cost H. This increase is due to the printing of the annual water quality report. Radio telemetry units (7) 49,800 I. The 1995/96 budget did not reflect expenditures for blueprints for water Well sounder 2,400 projects. Self contained breathing apparatuses (2) 6,400 J. This increase is due to the increase in cost to mail water bills and the Underground piercing tool 8,000 annual water quality report. K. This increase is due to the regulations by the Department of Health FUNDING Services to maintain a chlorine residual. L. The increase in this account is due to the reallocation of expenditures The Water Utility Division is funded by revenue generated from water sales, from the former Public Works Administration Office Supplies account. meter installation fees, and other charges for services. M. This increase is due to electrical repairs for aging equipment. N. This increase is due to an increase in the Equipment Maintenance Divisions cost for vehicles rented to the Water Division. O. This will fund the purchase of water directly from the Water Facilities Authority; the Authority purchases water from the Metropolitan Water District. P. This increase is due to the additional energy required to pump the City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J 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 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility Water Utility 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 740,410 737,789 853,400 530,600 0 301 0 0 22,166 45,822 0 19,600 0 0 0 209,070 241,430 254,100 205,700 Total 971,646 1,025,342 1,107,500 755,900 Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications 53 Principal Public Works Engineer 43 Water Distribution Supervisor 43 Water Production Supervisor 43 Customer Service Supervisor 34 Engineering Technician II N/A Engineering Technician 1 28 Senior Maintenance Worker 25 Senior Account Clerk 25 Secretary 24 Water Quality Technician 24 Maintenance Worker II 23 Water Meter Reader 20 Maintenance Worker I Total O-5 Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 535,000 535,000 0 0 55,600 55,600 0 0 229,900 229,900 820,500 820,500 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 5 5 6 5 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 17 17 17 17 16 16 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 0-6 1 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 3035 Engineering Services 3040 Plan Checking and Inspection Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3110 Computer Software Services 3115 Data Processing Services 3120 Public Agency Services ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility I Water Utility 1993-94 Actual 1994-95 Actual Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Budget Budget Recommended Approved 250 1,349 2,240 2,100 1,600 1,600 374 1,757 4,000 8,000 4,200 4,200 0 14 0 100 100 100 372 1,574 16,000 2,500 2,500 2,500 1,877 5,771 2,000 5,200 6,300 6,300 3,435 3,202 7,500 3,800 2,400 2,400 4,111 3,531 0 5,000 0 0 2,100 2,205 3,600 2,400 2,500 2,500 5,068 30,619 0 5,200 6,400 6,400 0 320 0 0 0 0 (1,125) 0 0 75,000 170,900 170,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 63,533 35,898 253,000 2,500 2,500 2,500 4,483 30,900 30,000 18,000 0 0 660 0 30,000 0 30,000 30,000 30,711 0 5,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 h Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 3145 Collection Service 3150 Weed Abatement Services 3160 Water Meter Reading Services 3161 Water Quality Analysis Services 3189 Communication System 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 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility I Water Utility 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0-7 Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 358 0 0 800 800 154 2,311 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 0 0 0 65,000 65,000 0 0 0 0 18,000 18,000 0 0 0 0 13,400 13,400 33,243 23,390 44,400 134,600 198,000 198,000 102 59 0 100 500 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,420 22,521 11,500 24,800 28,700 28,700 1,114 146 2,500 0 1,200 1,200 56,904 64,954 70,000 70,400 77,600 77,600 892 10,813 0 20,000 10,000 10,000 0 211 0 1,000 1,400 1,400 16,930 0 0 800 800 800 1,358 0 2,000 1,500 500 500 307 490 500 0 0 0 (Rev.10-94) BG-112 City of Chino Hills 0-8 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) 4320 Parts (Non Automotive) 4325 Non Automotive Supplies 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4425 Computer Hardware Expense 4430 Small Tolls and Equipment 4435 Custodial Supplies 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Studies 4450 Books 5010 Land Maintenance 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Water Utility Water Utility 500-8110 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 18,149 0 22,000 0 0 0 3,845 0 7,000 0 0 0 563 1,074 0 800 800 800 482 0 800 0 0 0 344 4,131 500 5,000 9,800 9,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 263 31,000 3,500 0 0 242 371 0 1,000 0 0 9,289 10,502 22,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 2,000 98 3,000 0 0 0 6,993 7,120 8,500 0 7,400 7,400 0 200 0 0 300 300 203 66 700 500 500 500 14,341 2,263 15,000 13,500 5,000 5,000 70,043 52,137 150,000 4,500 1,500 1,500 1,291 806 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 i Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 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 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 5590 Other Equipment Maintenance 5610 Land Rental 5615 Building Rental ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY 0-9 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Water Utility Water Utility 500-8110 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 12,804 10,153 55,000 0 I 0 0 24,318 27,148 6,800 0 0 0 899 248 10,000 7,200 700 700 150 0 0 200 200 200 9,407 - 5,000 70,300 20,000 10,000 10,000 0 12,939 30,000 25,000 30,000 30,000 (32) 0 0 3,000 1,200 1,200 50,782 4,066 0 85,000 10,000 10,000 40,392 135,971 735,000 180,000 60,000 60,000 595 0 0 800 800 800 26,687 28,487 45,000 10,900 3,700 3,700 288 0 0 0 0 0 2,645 (20) 3,000 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 0-10 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 5620 Vehicle Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rental 6010 Water 6015 Electricity 6025 Water Pumping Power 6030 Gas 6035 Telephone 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7020 Bond Payment Insurance 7110 Depreciation Expense 7120 Amortization Expense r 7220 Administrative Overhead 7225 Departmental Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility Water Utility 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 Manager Council I Recommended Approved I 0 0 0 164,900 167,900 167,900 I 17,628 17,577 18,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 85 87 0 100 100 100 I 2,772,030 2,857,049 3,275,000 3,593,000 4,175,000 4,175,000 616,085 489,984 600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 625,000 675,000 675,000 560 1,211 3,000 0 0 0 I 16,175 8,538 15,700 0 1,700 1,700 1,511,976 1,482,640 1,756,800 1,438,900 1,319,600 1,319,600 I 474,700 1,480,336 486,100 486,100 490,900 490,900 0 0 0 32,000 0 0 1,237,686 1,161,683 0 1,295,300 1,185,700 1,185,700 6,557 0 0 23,900 52,000 52,000' 400,000 0 400,000 716,100 400,000 400,000 0 0 0 0 192,000 192,000 I 2,877 1,720 5,000 16,500 4,800 4,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 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 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 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility I Water Utility 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0-11 Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 7,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 807 1,046 3,500 0 0 0 7,590,159 8,047,287 8,272,940 9,181,700 9,487,900 9,487,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,700 0 0 0 4,788 200,000 50,000 0 0 0 2,937 0 2,200 0 0 0 14,310 60,000 1,500 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 112,680 153,200 206,600 66,600 66,600 4,237 63,034 73,000 74,300 100,000 100,000 4,237 197,749 536,200 338,300 166,600 166,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 0-12 Program Public Works 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 1996-97 Department Activity Water Utility Water Utility 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 411,853 415,000 737,500 410,000 411,853 I 415,000 737,500 I 410,000 8,006,249 1 8,660,036 9,546,640 City of Chino Hills Program Code 500-8110 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 338,500 338,500 I 9,930,000 9,993,000 338,500 338,500 9,993,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO HILLS -INCORPORATED 1 99 1 Program Leisure Services Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 026 Parks and Landscape Administration Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS • J ANNUAL BUDGET P-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Administration 001-1100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 156,253 163,800 166,900 315,700 315,700 0 625,345 324,800 104,100 94,900 94,900 0 4,588 2,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 786,186 491,400 271,000 410,600 410,600 0 786,186 491,400 271,000 3291'900 329,900 0 0 0 0 80,700 80,700 0 786,186 491,400 271,000 410,600 410,600 0 0 �I 3I 3�I 5I 5� City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 P-2 Program Leisure Services BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Services The Administration section of the Community Services Department is responsible for the overall direction of the services and programs of this Department. Significant tasks and areas of responsibility include: • Administration and technical support to the Parks and Recreation Commission and related subcommittees • Park Facilities Planning • Healthy Cities Program • Recreation • Emergency Preparedness • Volunteer Service Program • Student Government Day • 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 Department has established the following goals for 1996-1997: 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 in the development and evaluation of programming; monitor the budget and control expenditures; focus on long-range planning; and continue staff development to sustain the highest level of customer service. Activity I Program Code Administration 1 001-1100 A program enhancement in the 1996-1997 budget includes a picnic to recognize the Police Department Explorers, Reserves, and Search and Rescue Team members ($1,000). As a result of the approved reorganization, the Healthy Cities program will be administered by the Community Services Department's Administration Division. The Steering Committee of the Healthy Cities Program is comprised of civic leaders, local business leaders, residents, and staff representing Public Health, the Chino Unified School District, 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. Also, as a result of the reorganization, the Community Services Division is being designated as a Department and the Community Services Manager is being reclassified as the Community Services Director. Additionally, the administration of the Park Planning function has been transferred to this Department. The Senior Park Planner position will be supervised by the Community Services Director. The funding for this position, however, will continue to be supplied by Landscape and Lighting District assessments, as it has in the past. Additionally, a secretary position has been transferred to this Department from the former Public Works Department, to provide additional secretarial support for the general needs of the Department. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY P-3 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Leisure Services Community Services I Administration f 001-1100 NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $139,600. NET STAFF CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of one Senior Park Planner position and one Secretary position. SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3190 Other Contractual Services 600 A 4130 Workers Compensation Insurance 600 B A. The increase in this account is due to increased Summer Concert entertainment and sound system costs. B. This account was established for the workers compensation costs for the volunteers who participate in the Healthy Cities program. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 �I P-4 ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSES SUIT MARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 I Program Leisure Services 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 63 Community Services Director 53 Senior Park Planner 49 Community Services Manager 36 Community Services Coordinator 29 Administrative Secretary 25 Secretary 6 Total Department Activity Program Code Community Services Administration 001-1100 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 115,292 118,400 118,200 220,800 220,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,659 3,700 5,700 9,900 9,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,302 41,700 43,000 85,000 85,000 0 156,253 163,800 166,900 315,700 315,700 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 3 3 5 5 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 Program Leisure Services 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 Agency Services 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4020 Printing 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 4130 Workers' Compensation Insurance 4410 Chemical and Medical Supplies 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4425 Computer Hardware Expense ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Services Administration 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget P-5 Program Code 001-1100 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 912 700 600 600 600 0 225 0 2,200 2,100 2,100 0 0 0 300 300 300 0 99 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 21,174 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 5,203 I 8,300 9,400 10,000 10,000 0 0 0 500 300 300 0 1,022 1,700 6,700 5,500 5,500 0 164 2,500 700 500 500 0 214,401 151,000 0 0 0 0 39,298 17,100 0 0 0 0 247,291 0 0 600 600 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 36 0 500 400 400 0 958 1,200 500 0 0 0 106 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J P-6 F. Program Leisure Services Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 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 1 Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Services Administration 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 001-1100 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 4,917 6,000 5,600 6,000 6,000 0 3,523 I 6,300 14,100 8,200 8,200 0 30 100 100 100 100 0 0 0 300 200 200 0 0 0 1,500 0 0 0 0 1,900 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,000 4,600 4,600 0 85,986 125,000 5,000 4,500 4,500 0 625,345 324,800 104,100 94,900 94,900 0 4,588 2,800 0 0 0 0 4,588 2,800 0 0 0 0 629,933 327,600 104,100 94,900 94,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 Program Leisure Services Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS i ANNUAL BUDGET P-7 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 290,846 128,699 157,800 74,200 83,200 69,800 135,727 47,375 79,700 29,700 20,000 20,000 0 7,621 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 426,573 183,695 387,500 103,900 103,200 89,800 426,573 183,695 387,500 426,573 183,695 387,500 8� 3� 3 City of Chino Hills 103,900 103,900 0 tl 103,200 89,800 103,200 89,800 0� 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET P-8 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Leisure Services Community Services I Recreation (Non -Fee) BASIC FUNCTIONS The Recreation section of the Community Services Department is responsible for conducting the following programs and service areas: • Kid's Klub After School Program and Day Camp Program • Community Sports Council • Gazebo Reservations • Recreation Brochure • Recreation section public counter • Adult Sports • Pee Wee Sports • Tiny Tots Program • Aquatics Program • Contracted Classes • Special Events • "Volunteen" Program • "The Cave" Teen Drop -In Program PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This portion of the Recreation section budget reflects the operations supported by the General Fund including general recreation counter/office operation, Community Sports Council support, Gazebo reservations, and 50% of the salaries and benefits of three full-time staff members. 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. b The Recreation section has established the following goals for 1996-1997: to provide efficient and enthusiastic service to the public; to be responsive to expressed programming needs; to continue to expand programs focusing on teens; to provide sufficient reports and analysis for evaluation of Program Code 001-0900 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 regarding facility use alternatives for programs. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity has decreased by $14,100. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES I Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause I 2015 Conferences and Meetings 800 A A. The increase in this account is due to increased travel and lodging costs to attend the annual California and Pacific Southwest Recreation I and Park Conference, which is held in Northern California in even numbered years and locally in odd numbered years. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Leisure Services , Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY, None FUNDING All expenditures are charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET P-10 PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Leisure Services Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) Account Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget 1010 Regular Salaries 170,256 79,265 102,700 52,650 1015 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 4,381 3,771 15,000 0 1020 Overtime Salaries 2,807 3,389 1,000 2,550 1030 Contract Employees 50,748 0 0 0 Various Fringe Benefits 62,654 42,274 39,100 19,000 Total 290,846 128,699 157,800 74,200 Salary Range Regular Staff Summary Code By Classifications N/A Community Services Director 49 Community Services Manager 49 Senior Park Planner 41 Park Planner 41 Recreation Supervisor 36 Community Services Coordinator 34 Recreation Coordinator 29 Administrative Secreta 25 Secretary Total 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 8 3 3 City of Chino Hills 0 Program Code 001-0900 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 58,000 48,200 0 0 2,700 2,700 0 0 22,500 18,900 83,200 69,800 1996-97 Manager Manager Recommended Recommended 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 J Program Leisure Services 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 3025 Medical Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3130 Insurance Claims Administration 3135 Special Studies 3190 Other Contractual Services 4010 Legal Advertising 4015 Advertising and Promotion 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4310 Fuel 4315 Parts (Automotive) ANNUAL BUDGET P-11 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 705 45 500 300 300 300 818 1,403 1,700 1,900 2,700 2,700 138 100 700 300 300 300 0 566 1,600 2,100 2,000 2,000 128 0 3,000 0 0 70 0 399 0 0 0 0 43,075 0 0 0 0 0 107 7,835 0 0 0 0 42,368 0 4,300 0 0 0 4,458 0 0 0 0 0 258 0 0 0 0 0 0 156 0 0 0 0 2,484 27,784 35,700 7,000 5,600 5,600 333 0 500 0 0 0 7,025 5,461 8,000 100 100 100 452 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J P-12 Program Leisure Services Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4415 Photography Supplies 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4450 Books 4455 Films and Video 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5025 Office Equipment Maintenance 5030 Computer Equipment Maintenance 5035 Vehicle Maintenance 5040 Communications Equipment Maintenance 5625 Equipment Rental 6015 Electricity 6030 Gas ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 192 77 I 100 100 5,285 0 0 1,400 793 395 I 500 0 10,357 2,279 I 11,000 5,600 0 754 i 10,000 1,000 147 18 0 100 0 0 0 0 334 0 0 0 828 0 600 300 473 0 1,000 1,500 30 5 0 0 1,402 75 500 0 0 0 0 2,000 6,706 0 0 0 205 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills Program Code 001-0900 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 200 200 0 0 0 0 5,400 5,400 1,400 1,400 200 200 100 100 0 0 300 300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET P-13 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Leisure Services Community Services Recreation (Non -Fee) 001-0900 Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 6035 Telephone 6,373 0 0 0 0 0 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 253 23 0 6,000 1,400 1,400 Total Services and Supplies 135,727 47,375 79,700 29,700 20,000 20,000 CAPITAL OUTLAY 8030 Buildings 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 8040 Improvements Other Than Buildings 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 8050 Office Furniture and Equipment 0 1,079 0 0 0 0 8055 Computer Hardware and Software 0 4,690 0 0 0 0 8070 Field Equipment 0 1,852 0 0 0 0 Total Capital Outlay 0 7,621 150,000 0 0 0 Grand Total 135,727 54,996 229,700 29,700 20,000 20,000 City of Chino Hills a (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 P-14 This page intentionally left blank. J Program Leisure Services Classification Salaries and Benefits Services and Supplies Capital Outlay Interfund Transfers TOTAL EXPENDITURES Fund Code Fund Title 099 Recreation Fund ANNUAL BUDGET P-15 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 104,948 263,962 292,000 286,800 294,500 307,900 105,249 79,514 79,100 277,500 367,200 367,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 210,197 343,476 371,100 564,300 661,700 675,100 210,197 343,476 371,100 564,300 661,700 675,100 TOTAL FUNDING 210,197 343,476 371,100 564,300 661,700 675,100 TOTAL POSITIONS II 0 I 0 11 0 I 3 I) 3 I 3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 Program Leisure Services BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Community Services The Recreation section (Fund 099) of the Community Services Department 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 • 'The Cave" Teen Drop -in Program PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS This portion (Fund 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. This is the second budget cycle in which the Recreation Fund (099) budget will fund 50% of the salaries and benefits of three full-time staff. The remaining 50% is reported in the Recreation (Non Fee) activity budget. The Recreation section has established the following goals for 1996-1997: to provide efficient and enthusiasVc services to the public; to be responsive to expressed programming needs; to continue 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. Activity I Program Code Recreation (Fee) 1 099-0900 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 regarding facility use alternatives for programs. The principal causes of the increase in the Recreation Fund (099) budget are: (a) expanded programming/participation; (b) contract class participation growth; and (c) increased part-time staffing. Our programs, classes, and special events are enjoying increased participation as our recreation staff gains a reputation for offering quality programs in the areas of Kid's Klub, Aquatics, Tiny Tots, and Pee Wee Sports. New programs and expansions such as Pee Wee Power Play and Saturday Pee Wee Sports classes have been well received. Staff has budgeted for the Teen Drop -In program "The Cave" although it was less than successful in the prior fiscal year. Staff intends to seek additional strategies to help ensure success for the program in the new fiscal year. This program is intended to meet the objective of providing additional recreation opportunities for the City's teenagers. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $110,800. NET STAFF CHANGE None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Leisure Services Community Services I Recreation (Fee) SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 87,800 A 4020 Printing 1,000 B 4445 Special Supplies 2,900 C 5690 Other Rental 1,100 D 6015 Electricity 2,500 E 6035 Telephone 1,300 F 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 6,000 G A. B. C. D. E. F. The increase in this account is due to increased participation and expanded offerings utilizing contract instructors. Staff has determined that it is cost effective to utilize a vendor to reproduce flyers. This account was not previously budgeted. The increase in this account is due to the addition of the teen drop -in program, "The Cave." The increase in this account is due to additional programming at Ayala High School (Open Gym) and inclusion of the rental of a storage unit for the Aquatics Program. This account is increased to fund the cost of electricity at the Canyon Ridge and Mystic Canyon Community Buildings and the amount budgeted to fund lighting at Chino Hills Community Park has been increased. The increase in this account is due to the anticipated addition of the Mystic Canyon Community Building as a program site in 1996/1997 and the expansion of programming hours at other sites (Pee Wee Power Play and "The Cave"). P-17 Program Code 099-0900 G. The amount budgeted for trip tickets for Day Camp Programs has been increased due to growth in the Winter/Spring programs and ticket price increases. An amount has been included to provide carpet cleaning at our Day Camp sites. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING Expenditures are charged to the special revenue fund (099). Community Park lighting costs will be offset by reimbursement of $74,715 by community sports groups, the remaining $9,600 will be funded through revenue received from the adult softball program. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 P-18 Program Leisure Services 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 i Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Community Services Recreation (Fee) 099-0900 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 34 0 0 52,600 38,500 48,300 88,747 149,182 133,400 203,900 228,000 228,000 0 2,411 0 2,600 2,700 2,700 12,637 106,346 150,000 0 0 0 3,530 6,023 8,600 27,700 25,300 28,900 104,948 263,962 292,000 286,800 294,500 307,900 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 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 Leisure Services 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 2035 Laundry and Cleaning 3025 Medical Services 3090 Other Professional Services 3120 Public Agencies Services 3135 Special Studies 3155 Recreation Program Instructors 3190 Other Contractual Services 4020 Printing 4030 Photography & Reprographic 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4110 Liability Insurance 4310 Fuel 4415 Photography Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Services Recreation (Fee) 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget P-19 Program Code 099-0900 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 588 0 0 0 0 0 80 55 0 0 0 0 0 320 500 500 500 500 1,151 4,377 1,000 3,400 3,100 3,100 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 1,565 0 2,000 0 0 71,114 5,782 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 12,000 12,000 9,920 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 85,000 172,800 172,800 868 360 0 0 0 0 184 118 500 0 1,000 1,000 0 1,579 2,000 0 0 0 17 0 100 0 0 0 123 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 216 0 0 5,000 100 100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET P-20 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Leisure Services Community Services Recreation (Fee) Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 4420 Computer Software Expense 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 4440 Office Supplies 4445 Special Supplies 4460 Recreation Supplies 5020 Building and Structure Maintenance 5615 Building Rental 5625 Equipment Rental 5690 Other Rentals 6015 Electricity 6035 Telephone 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies 0 Grand Total 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code 099-0900 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 495 0 0 0 0 5,008 0 0 0 0 0 877 4 0 0 0 0 0 9,661 8,000 11,700 14,600 14,600 3,868 18,522 20,000 13,100 12,200 12,200 88 0 0 0 0 0 11,109 8,847 25,000 24,300 19,500 19,500 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 475 0 10,100 11,200 11,200 0 18,342 0 83,500 86,000 86,000 0 980 0 3,200 4,500 4,500 0 7,971 12,000 23,700 29,700 29,700 105,249 79,514 79,100 277,500 367,200 367,200 105,249 79,514 79,100 277,500 367,200 367,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET P-21 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Safety Community Services Emergency Preparedness 001-1110 1 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 0 3,540 12,600 21,200 23,100 23,100 Capital Outlay 0 0 8,500 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 TOTAL FUNDING 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 0 I 0 0 �I 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET P-22 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Safety Community Services I Emergency Preparedness BASIC FUNCTIONS The Community Services Department 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 • Participation in the Operational Area Plan PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Community Services Department 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; continued support and development of the CHART organization; additional purchase of emergency readiness tools and supplies; and the fastening down of computer equipment. The principal causes of the increase in the Emergency Preparedness budget are: the cost to protect computer equipment at City Hall with Velcro Program Code 001-1110 fasteners ($500), purchase of emergency kits ($2,200) and CERT training ($4,000). NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects an increase of $1,900. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES. Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3120 Public Agency Services 4,000 A 4445 Special Supplies 2,000 B A. To fund CERT training and supplies. B. Purchase of Velcro fasteners for computer equipment at City Hall, support kits for staff, and emergency kits for the Tiny Tots program. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING All expenditures are 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 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 8030 Buildings 8070 Field Equipment Total Capital Outlay Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Services Emergency Preparedness 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget P-23 Program Code 001-1110 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 100 100 100 0 0 0 200 300 300 0 120 5,000 5,000 4,500 4,500 0 0 0 1,500 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 10,000 8,000 8,000 0 65 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 100 0 0 200 0 0 0 0 654 1,000 1,100 900 900 0 174 200 200 200 200 0 2,527 5,700 2,000 4,000 4,000 0 3,540 12,600 21,200 23,100 23,100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,500 0 0 0 0 0 8,500 0 0 0 0 3,540 21,100 21,200 23,100 23,100 I II City of Chino Hills I I (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 P-24 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 2 ANNUAL BUDGET Q-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity I Program Code Community Development Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 64,687 0 97,800 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 5,387,403 4,699,183 5,038,000 6,958,400 6,926,700 6,926,700 Capital Outlay 12,643,725 586,372 3,578,000 1,525,000 900,500 900,500 Interfund Transfers 7,124,121 4,321,971 10,511,600 6,189,100 5,673,500 5,673,500 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 25,219,936 9,607,526 19,225,400 14,672,500 13,500,700 13,500,700 Fund Code Fund Title Various CFD Regional 1,762,311 1,526,210 3,876,100 1,161,000 433,000 433,000 Various CFD #1 Rolling Ridge 3,317,053 1,273,581 2,801,900 1,351,400 977,600 977,600 Various CFD #2 Los Ranchos 2,347,358 1,339,936 3,602,900 1,159,400 1,743,900 1,743,900 Various CFD #4 The Oaks 1,408,875 766,416 1,130,800 684,500 992,400 992,400 Various CFD #5 Soquel Canyon 659,447 518,437 521,100 1,358,700 950,900 950,900 Various CFD #6 Carbon Canyon 1,800 5,064 4,200 4,900 27,500 27,500 Various CFD #8 Butterfield 854,043 373,203 650,400 1,048,700 436,300 436,300 Various CFD #9 Rincon 14,869,049 3,804,679 6,638,000 7,903,900 7,939,100 7,939,100 TOTAL FUNDING 25,219,936 9,607,526 19,225,400 14,672,500 13,500,700 13,500,700 TOTAL POSITIONS 0+ 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET Q-2 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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 primarily 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 financed by the CFD's this fiscal year includes the construction of Water Reservoir #19 ($2,834,000), the construction of the Rincon Fire Station ($1,175,000), and the installation of an emergency generator at the Civic Center ($94,000). The budgets for these projects are reported in the Capital Projects section of the budget rather than in this operations sections of the budget. 9 The debt service will include principal and interest payments due on unmatured bonds of $42,365,000. The final principal payment of $683,000 due to Chino Unified School District for prior collections of Tax A was made in the 1995-96 fiscal year. The principal and interest amounts to be paid on Program Code Various the bonds this fiscal year are $3,436,900 and $3,137,900, respectively. Additionally, the principal payment budget includes $812,400 for reimbursements to developers for developer -incurred construction costs in accordance with developer reimbursement agreements. l The tax levy on residential units will be $387.92 for the 1996-97 fiscal'year. This is 2 percent higher than the 1995-96 levy of $380.31. 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 $1,171,800. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3020 Financial Services 12,500 A 7015 Principal payments 158,900 B A. The primary cause of the increase is due to the transfer of the fiscal agent service costs from the Other Professional Services expenditure account to this expenditure account. B. This increase reflects the annual escalating principal payments due on outstanding bonds. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET Q-3 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service Various SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY Item cost CFD #4 contribution to Regional CFD Construction Fund for Fire Station construction 667,200 CFD #5 contribution to CFD #9 Construction Fund for future projects 233,300 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 (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Q-4 Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 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 5490 Other Structural Repair and Maintenance 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7050 Debt Issue Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service Program Code Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 508 0 500 0 0 0 9,565 2,553 6,200 6,000 2,000 2,000 2,602 2,940 4,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 20,477 12,999 40,600 30,000 42,500 42,500 0 0 27,100 0 0 0 0 8,700 6,300 0 0 0 9,238 27,921 29,100 19,700 0 0 180 0 200 0 0 0 0 12,500 0 0 0 0 3,841,456 3,288,410 3,288,700 3,232,300 3,137,900 3,137,900 1,264,662 1,129,635 1,424,800 3,278,000 3,436,900 3,436,900 75,924 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 213,500 210,000 382,300 303,900 303,900 25 0 0 0 0 0 12,766 25 0 6,600 0 0 5,387,403 4,699,183 5,038,000 6,958,400 6,926,700 6,926,700 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 ANNUAL BUDGET Q-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code ! Community Development Community Facilities Districts Administration and Debt Service Various Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved CAPITAL OUTLAY 8990 Contributions to Construction Funds 12,643,725 586,372 3,578,000 1,525,000 900,500 900,500 Total Capital Outlay 12,643,725 I 586,372 3,578,000 I 1,525,000 900,500 I 900,500 INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9020 Intra/InterAgency Fund Transfers 7,124,121 4,321,971 10,511,600 6,189,100 5,673,500 5,673,500 Total Interfund Transfers 7,124,121 I 4,321,971 10,511,600 I 6,189,100 5,673,500 I 5,673,500 Grand Total 25,155,249 9,607,526 19,127,600 14,672,500 13,500,700 13,500,700 City of Chino Hills I (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 m . This page intentionally left blank. CITY 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 Various Assessment District 85-1 Various Assessment District 86-1A Various Assessment District 86-1 B Various Assessment District 87-1 691 Assessment District 94 692 Assessment District 95 TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET R-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,460,902 17,157,529 4,944,300 4,654,800 3,996,800 3,996,800 0 0 0 0 0 0 7,311,294 14,858,892 3,877,100 2,884,500 1,360,800 1,360,800 13,772,196 32,016,421 8,821,400 7,539,300 5,357,600 5,357,600 6,042,489 8,265,853 5,250,000 6,349,200 0 0 3,991,239 5,775,892 1,356,000 0 0 0 1,861,413 2,392,446 1,105,600 0 0 0 1,877,055 2,126,098 1,109,800 0 0 0 0 13,454,724 0 1,190,100 1,912,800 1,912,800 0 1,408 0 0 3,444,800 3,444,800 13,772,196 32,016,421 8,821,400 7,539,300 5,357,600 5,357,600 �I 0 0 II 0 I 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET R-2 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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 1996-97 fiscal year will be $33,135,000 and is comprised of two issues: the 94 refunding issue ($6,805,000) and the 95 refunding issue ($26,330,000). The total principal and interest to be paid on this debt for the fiscal year is $1,375,000 and $2,381,300, respectively. These amounts include "bond call" principal and call premiums (for lien payoffs) in the amounts of $900,000 and $27,000, respectively. In fiscal year 1995-96, the AD 85-1 bonds were refinanced via the AD 95 refunding bond issue. As a result of the bond refunding, the outstanding Activity Program Code Administration and Debt Service Various bond principal was reduced from $27,895,000 to $26,440,000 and average annual bond debt service was reduced from $2,596,900 to $2,333,200. 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, the 94 assessment bonds were a result of refunding the AD 86-1 and 87-1 bonds in the 1994-95 fiscal year. Additionally, as a result of refinancing AD bonds, AD operating fund surplus funds were transferred to the new 1994 and 1995 AD operating funds in the amounts of $360,800 and $1,000,000, respectively. Following detailed research into the source of these surplus funds, it was determined that the source was comprised of Facilities Development Fee (FDF) funds that had been transferred to the AD funds for bond calls in the late 1980's and early 1990's, but it was later determined that these FDF funds were not needed for bond calls. However, these unneeded funds were not returned to the FDF Fund. Since the source of these surplus AD funds were FDF funds, these surplus funds which were originally transferred to the new AD 1994 and AD 1995 operating funds, are being transferred back to the FDF Fund. Another interfund transfer is the transfer of $3,916,600 to the Facilities Development Fee Fund from the General Fund for prior Assessment District (AD) 85-1, 86-1, and 87-1 surplus funds that were originally transferred to the General Fund in the 1994-95 fiscal year. Following detailed research into the source of the AD's surplus funds, it was determined that the source was comprised of FDF funds that had been transferred to the AD funds for bond calls in the late 1980's and early 1990's, but it was later determined that these FDF funds were not needed for bond calls. However, these unneeded funds were not returned to the FDF Fund. Since the source of the surplus AD funds were FDF funds, these surplus funds, which were originally transferred to the General Fund, are being transferred back to the FDF Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various NET BUDGET CHANGE This budget has decreased by $2,181,700. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3020 Financial Services 11,900 A 3090 Other Professional Services 101,600 B 7220 Administrative Overhead 1,400 C A. The increase in this account was primarily due to the transfer of the assessment district administration and arbitrage services costs to this account from the Other Professional Services account. B. The increase in this account was caused primarily from the inclusion of lien segregation and foreclosure costs which had not been included in final adopted budgets in previous fiscal years. C. This account increase is due to an increase in administrative personnel and operating costs. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING, This activity is funded by AD's 94 and 95 assessments. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J R-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 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7050 Debt Issue Expense 7220 Administrative Overhead Total Services and Supplies a ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 118,077 20,818 75,000 75,000 50,000 50,000 886 1,260 11,500 1,400 1,400 1,400 8,555 6,551 14,900 12,000 23,900 23,900 30,462 15,609 27,500 18,400 120,000 120,000 581 21 0 0 0 0 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 133 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 3,493,636 3,666,431 3,283,400 2,924,200 2,381,300 2,381,300 2,736,000 13,255,000 1,489,100 1,580,000 1,375,000 1,375,000 0 148,773 0 0 0 0 50,692 42,900 42,900 43,800 45,200 45,200 6,460,902 17,157,529 4,944,300 4,654,800 3,996,800 3,996,800 City of Chino Hills i (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9020 Inter/Intra Agency Fund Transfers 9030 Residual Equity Transfer Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET R-5 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Assessment Districts Administration and Debt Service Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 7,311,294 6,010,473 3,877,100 2,884,500 1,360,800 1,360,800 0 8,848,419 0 0 0 0 7,311,294 I 14,858,892 3,877,100 I 2,884,500 0 I 0 13,772,196 32,016,421 8,821,400 7,539,300 5,357,600 5,357,600 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 This page intentionally left blank. CITY 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 020 Facilities Development Fee 021 Facilities Benefit Assess. Fee 023 FBA Revolving 024 FDF Revolving 025 FDF Surcharge Fee 027 Park Facilities Fee 028 Parkland Fee 131 Traffic Signal Fee 302 Chino Hills Parkway Phasing 506 Sewer Capital Develop. Fee 507 Water Capital Develop. Fee 001 General Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Non -Departmental Development Fee Program 1993-94 Actual 141,438 5,194,843 197,101 1,875,923 7,409,305 1994-95 Actual 101,309 13,527,457 796,570 10,303,019 24,728,355 1994-95 Budget 110,800 4,125,200 7,955,900 3,908,300 16,100,200 1995-96 Budget 4,884,80 4,942,00 S-1 Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 8,285,100 8,285,100 0 0 0 18,659,000 18,659,000 9,826,800 26,944,100 26,944,100 5,011,535 11,253,372 9,209,600 6,949,100 10,295,600 10,295,600 564,117 670,113 2,015,900 434,200 301,400 301,400 0 552,928 346,800 0 0 0 623,888 2,207,772 951,300 0 0 0 150,235 0 758,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,797,000 2,797,000 0 0 0 0 1,822,000 1,822,000 0 0 0 0 488,900 488,900 818,850 851,479 642,300 580,000 0 0 7,500 7,500 8,300 7,500 25,900 25,900 233,180 9,185,191 2,168,000 1,856,000 7,296,700 7,296,700 0 0 0 0 3,916,600 3,916,600 7,409,305 24,728,355 16,100,200 9,826,800 26,944,100 26,944,100 0� 01 0� 0�I 01 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 S-2 Program Community Development BASIC FUNCTIONS ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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), Park Facilities Fee (PFF), Parkland Fee (PF), Traffic Signal Fee (TSF), Water Capital Development Fee (WCD), Sewer Capital Development Fee (SCD). The facilities that are financed by the fees are regional streets, drainage, parks, traffic signals, water distribution, and sewage collection facilities. The FBA fees provide funding for the acquisition of right of way for the 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 and 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 1996-97 fiscal year is the implementation of the Park Facilities Fee, Parkland Fee, and the Traffic Signal cost reimbursement fee. These new fees were developed as a result of the elimination of park and traffic signal facilities from the Facilities Development Fee program. Activity I Program Code Development Fee Program I Various Additionally, the water capital connection fee has been modified, and may be modified in the future, as a result of a water master plan that is forecasted to be completed by the end of the 1995-96 fiscal year. Other highlights include interfund transfers for capital projects, such as the WCD program for well land acquisitions ($2,000,000), test drilling and well construction ($1,000,000), Reservoir #18 feasibility study and construction ($1,610,000), Schaefer Avenue 20" waterline replacement ($930,000), and Yorba Avenue 16" waterline installation ($184,000). These projects are to increase water source and delivery capacity in accordance with the agreement with the State Department of Health Services. These projects are subject to change pending the completion of the water master plan. Other capital projects include developer -installed parks and traffic signal facilities such as Sunset Park ($790,000), a neighborhood park in Tract #14652 ($1,105,000), a sports park in Tract #14426 ($2,260,000), an equestrian facility in Tract #14652 ($460,000), and traffic signals at the intersections of Chino Avenue and Emerald Way ($120,000), Peyton Avenue and Beverly Glen ($120,000), and Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale/Soquel Canyon Parkway and Elinvar ($100,000 each). Another interfund transfer is the transfer of $3,916,600 to the Facilities Development Fee Fund from the General Fund for prior Assessment District (AD) 85-1, 86-1, and 87-1 surplus funds that were transferred to the General Fund in the 1994-95 fiscal year. Following research into the source of the AD's surplus funds, it was determined that the surplus was comprised of FDF funds that had been transferred to the AD funds for bond calls in the late 1980's and early 1990's, but that these FDF funds were not needed for bond calls. However, these unneeded funds were not returned to the FDF Fund. Since the source of the surplus AD funds were FDF funds, these surplus funds, which were originally transferred to the General Fund, are being transferred back to the FDF Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET S-3 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Community Development Non -Departmental I Development Fee Program Due to the need of funds for development of water utility facilities, the above - mentioned $3,916,600 that is being received by the FDF Fund, is being proposed to be loaned, via an interfund transfer, to the Water Capital Connection Fee Fund for construction of the required facilities. This loan will include an interest rate equivalent to the average interest rate earned by all of the City's invested funds. The interest payments will be due annually on August 31 of the fiscal year, with the first interest payment being due in August 1997 which will cover the period from the date of the loan to August 31, 1997. Principal payments by the WCCF Fund will be scheduled when it is determined that the WCCF Fund has sufficient cash reserves so that any principal payment made by the WCCF Fund will not impede the Fund fulfilling its responsibilities to provide timely funding for the construction of required water facilities projects. The appropriations that are being included in this year's budget for development reimbursement payments and credits are $4,132,200 for principal payments and $85,800 for interest payments. The developers to whom these payments will be made include Laband/Rivendell, Brock, Lyon, Sterling, Rhoades, and Kaufman and Broad. 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 reimbursement for all of the payments made by the County and City. The reimbursement that the City will receive will be deposited in the FDF fund. The property owners that have deferral agreements are Van Klaveren and Weeda, and the assessments paid on their behalf are $51,407 and $81,076, respectively. NET BUDGET CHANGE Program Code Various This activity is increased by $17,117,300. NET STAFF CHANGE None SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3010 Legal Services 14,400 A 5690 Other Rental 200,000 B 7010 Interest Payments 162,900 C 7015 Principal Payments 317,400 D 7025 Bond Call Payments 927,000 E 7030 Assessment District Credits 1,650,000 F 7220 Administrative Overhead 135,000 G A. The increase in this account is primarily due to the expected legal fees for preparation of developer reimbursement agreements and legal interpretations of existing agreements. B. This is a new account established for the portion of the Monte Vista Water District water capacity lease that is attributable to future development growth. C. The primary cause of the increase in this account is due to interest payments that will be due on the advance of funds to the Water Capital Development Fee Fund from the Facilities Development Fee fund for financing water utility projects. D. The cause of this increase is due to additional developer reimbursement agreement debt due in this fiscal year. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 S-4 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Community Development Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) E. This is a new account established for the amounts collected from developers for assessment district lien payoffs that are used to pay off existing assessment district outstanding bonds. F. This new account was implemented to account for the credits developers receive against their development fees for prior years' assessment district lien payments made by these developers. G. The increase in this account reflects the forecasted activity expected for managing the water utility capital improvement program. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is funded by the Facilities Development Fees ($10,295,600), the Facilities Benefit Assessment Fees ($301,400), the Park Facilities Fee Fund ($2,797,000), the Parkland Fee Fund ($1,822,000), the Traffic Signal Fee Fund ($488,900), the Sewer Capital Development Fees ($25,900), the Water Capital Development Fees ($7,296,700), and the General Fund ($3,916,600). City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-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 n Total ANNUAL BUDGET PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Non -Departmental Development Fee Program 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 106,275 71,531 85,100 0 0 0 43 744 0 0 0 0 35,120 29,034 25,700 141,438 101,309 110,800 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 Actual Actual Budget 0 0 City of Chino Hills N 1995-96 Budget S-5 Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 (Rev. 10-94) BG-106 S-6 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 4020 Printing 4030 Photocopy and Reprographics 4035 Postage and Express Delivery 4450 Books 5690 Other Rental 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments 7025 Bond Call Payments 7030 Assessment District Credits ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Appfoved 91 20,815 20,000 20,000 34,400 34,400 0 0 9,100 0 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 55,961 14,877 547,300 0 0 0 33,450 5,772 359,800 0 0 0 0 2,700 30,000 0 0 0 263,766 64,559 124,900 37,200 37,200 37,200 0 550 0 0 0 0 0 1,321 0 0 0 0 1,615 0 0 0 0 0 156 0 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 163,646 169,563 0 138,400 301,300 301,300 4,629,658 9,849,589 2,891,600 3,814,800 4,132,200 4,132,200 0 1,534,525 0 0 927,000 927,000 0 1,863,186 0 0 1,650,000 1,650,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 J Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (continued) 7220 Administrative Overhead 7590 Miscellaneous Taxes 7990 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Total Services and Supplies CAPITAL OUTLAY 8010 Land 8015 Land Improvements 8040 Improvements other than Buildings 8110 Streets, Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks 8115 Traffic Signals Total Capital Outlay INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds ANNUAL BUDGET s-7 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity ,� Program Code Non -Departmental Development Fee Program Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved J 0 0 0 735,500 870,500 870,500 0 0 0 138,900 132,500 132,500 46,000 0 142,300 0 0 0 5,194,843 13,527,457 4,125,200 4,884,800 8,285,100 8,285,100 136,063 48,054 1,815,900 0 0 0 0 279,875 1,550,000 0 0 0 61,038 91,590 4,590,000 0 0 0 0 277,051 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 197,101 796,570 7,955,900 0 0 0 1,875,923 2,250,978 City of Chino Hills 3,908,300 4,942,000 18,659,000 18,659,000 (Rev.10-94) BG-112 M Program Community Development Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles INTERFUND TRANSFER (continued) 9030 Residual Equity Transfer 9040 Interfund Contributions Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total i ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Non -Departmental Development Fee Program 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 3,645,501 0 0 0 0 0 4,406,540 0 0 0 0 1,875,923 10,303,019 3,908,300 4,942,000 18,659,000 18,659,000 7,267,867 24,627,046 15,989,400 9,826,800 29,944,100 29,944,100 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 CITY OF CHINO BILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 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 TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET T-1 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 434,358 432,898 422,600 434,500 2,194,600 2,194,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 753,774 1,045,500 1,717,500 1,706,900 1,706,900 434,358 1,186,672 1,468,100 2,152,000 3,901,500 3,901,500 0 0 0 950,000 1,341,900 1,341,900 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 360,000 0 755,710 1,048,300 407,500 22,800 22,800 434,358 430,962 419,800 434,500 2,176,800 2,176,800 434,358 1,186,672 1,468,100 2,152,000 3,901,500 3,901,500 11 0 I oil 0 i 0 0 I 0, City of Chino Hills ,l (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET T-2 Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Miscellaneous Programs The Miscellaneous Programs includes the 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 Fund is transferring $463,500 to the Capital Projects Fund this fiscal year for the Camino Largo Street repairs ($20,000), Peyton Drive repairs ($11,300), Pipeline Avenue Road repairs ($8,000), Butterfield Ranch Road repairs ($5,000), City-wide sidewalk replacement program ($66,000), City-wide restriping program ($100,000), Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive Traffic Signal installation ($100,000), Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive Traffic Signal installation ($100,000), and the Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hill Drive Traffic Signal installation ($53,200). 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 $878,400. The Measure I Fund is transferring $360,000 to the Capital Projects Fund for the 1996-97 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. Activity I Program Code Miscellaneous Programs I Various The Chino Hills Capital Improvement Corporation (CHCIC) Fund budget includes costs for debt service interest and principal of $73,800 and $355,000, respectively, and costs for fiscal agent services of $4,200 for the Civic Center development Certificates of Participation (C.O.P.) debt issue. Additionally, the CHCIC Fund includes for the first time the debt service payments for the new 1996 Water Utility C.O.P.'s that were issued by the Water Utility through the facilitation of the CHCIC. The purpose of issuing the 1996 Water Utility C.O.P.'s was to refinance existing water utility C.O.P.'s that were issued by the County through the facilitation of the Inland Empire Capital Improvement Corporation. The debt service for the new C.O.P.'s principal and interest payments equals $420,000 and $1,319,600, respectively. The Miscellaneous Grants Fund accounts for the proposed Healthy Cities Project grant ($5,000) Used Oil Recycling Block Grant ($15,300) which provides funds for supplies for the Used Oil Recycling Awareness Program, and the State Department of Conservation Grant ($2,500) which provides funds for supplies for the Solid Waste Recycling 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. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity is increased by $1,749,500. NET STAFF CHANGE None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Public Works Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 4445 Special Supplies 17,800 A 7010 Interest Payments 1,301,900 B 7015 Principal Payments 20,000 B A. The principal reason for this increase is that educational program supplies costs for the Used Oil Recycling Block Grant and Curbside Recycling Program are being charged to this account this fiscal year. B. This account reflects the additional annual debt service payments for the Water Utility Certificates of Participation debt issue that was facilitated by the Chino Hills Capital Improvement Corporation. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This program is funded by the Gas Tax Fund ($1,341,900), Measure I Fund ($360,000), Community Facilities District Regional Fund for the Chino Hills Capital Improvement Fund costs ($2,176,800), the Healthy Cities Project grant ($5,000), Used Oil Recycling Block grant ($15,300), and the Curbside Recycling Program grant ($2,500) for the Miscellaneous Grants Fund costs. Program Code Various T-3 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 T-4 Program Public Works Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2015 Conferences and Meetings 3020 Financial Services 4445 Special Supplies 7010 Interest Payments 7015 Principal Payments Total Services and Supplies INTERFUND TRANSFERS 9010 Interfund Transfers to Other Funds Total Interfund Transfers Grand Total a ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Miscellaneous Programs Miscellaneous Programs 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 0 471 500 0 4,308 3,924 4,500 8,000 0 1,465 2,300 0 120,050 107,038 95,300 91,500 310,000 320,000 320,000 335,000 434,358 432,898 422,600 434,500 Program Code Various 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 8,400 8,400 17,800 17,800 1,393,400 1,393,400 775,000 775,000 2,194,600 2,194,600 0 753,774 1,045,500 1,717,500 1,706,900 1,706,900 0 753,774 1,045,500 1,717,500 1,706,900 1,706,900 434,358 1,186,672 1,468,100 2,152,000 3,901,500 3,901,500 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 504 Solid Waste Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET T-5 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Clerk Solid/Hazardous Waste Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,436,364 2,813,155 2,481,500 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,436,364 2,813,155 2,481,500 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 33,600 37,800 37,800 2,402,764 2,775,355 2,443,700 2,436,364 2,813,155 2,481,500 II 0 I 0 II 0 City of Chino Hills 44,900 59,400 59,400 2,830,000 2,948,100 2,948,100 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 0II 0I 0� (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 T-6 ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works City Clerk 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. Activities which will be focused updn to assist in accomplishing the year 2000 waste reduction goal includes: Program Code Various 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. As a result of the proposed reorganization, the City Clerk's Department will be responsible for the Solid/Hazardous Waste program and this program will be administered by the Administrative Analyst II position which was transferred to the City Clerk Department from the former Public Works Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a net increase of $132,600. NET STAFF CHANGE fill= SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3120 Public Agency Services 1,600 A 3140 Refuse Contract 118,100 A 4015 Advertising and Promotion 12,900 B City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET T-7 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works City Clerk Solid/Hazardous Waste Various SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES (continued) A. The increase is to provide for current growth of residential refuse and recycling services and reflects anticipated growth for fiscal year 1996/97. B. This increase is due to an increase in the availability of grant funding. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund ($59,400) and the Solid Waste Fund ($2,948,100). City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET T-8 NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Works City Clerk Solid/Hazardous Waste Various Element/ 1996-97 Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Code Titles Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 2010 Dues and Subscriptions 0 0 0 100 100 100 2015 Conferences and Meetings 0 0 0 500 500 500 3120 Public Agency Services 33,600 37,800 37,800 39,400 41,000 41,000 3140 Refuse Contract 2,402,764 2,775,355 2,443,700 2,830,000 2,948,100 2,948,100 4015 Advertising and Promotion 0 0 0 4,900 17,800 17,800 Total Services and Supplies 2,436,364 2,813,155 2,481,500 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 Grand Total 2,436,364 2,813,155 2,481,500 2,874,900 3,007,500 3,007,500 i 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 011 Air Quality Project Fund ANNUAL BUDGET T-9 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Program Code City Clerk Air Quality Project 011-2710 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 TOTAL FUNDING 0 2,178 0 25,500 0 0 TOTAL POSITIONS �I 0 I 0 �I 0 0 I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 7 ANNUAL BUDGET T-10 Program Public Works BASIC FUNCTIONS PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Clerk 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 In 1995/96, the City constructed a traffic signal at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Village Center Drive. Funds will accumulate in this fund until enough money has accumulated for a new project to be identified in the future. As a result of the proposed reorganization, the City Clerk Department will be responsible for the Air Quality project and this project will be administered by the Administrative Analyst II position which was transferred to the City Clerk Department from the former Public Works Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity's budget has decreased by $25,500. NET STAFF CHANGE ; None Program Code 011-2710 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES None SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the Air Quality Fund. 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Works City Clerk Air Quality Project Element! I Object Expenditure Account 1993-94 1994-95 I 1994-95 1995-96 Code Titles Actual Actual I Budget Budget SERVICES AND SUPPLIES l 3035 Engineering Services 0 0 0 20,000 4115 Fire and Casualty Insurance 0 260 0 0 4430 Small Tools and Equipment 0 1,918 0 0 7220 Administrative Overhead 0 0 0 5,500 Total Services and Supplies 0 2,178 0 25,500 Grand Total 0 2,178 0 25,500 T-11 Program Code 011-2710 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 T-12 This page intentionally left blank. J ANNUAL BUDGET T-13 GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Program Code Public Safety City Clerk Animal Control 001-6400 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Classification Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved Salaries and Benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 Services and Supplies 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0 0 0 Interfund Transfers 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 Fund Code Fund Title 001 General Fund 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 TOTAL FUNDING 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 65,200 65,200 TOTAL POSITIONS 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 �I 0 I 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102 ANNUAL BUDGET T-14 PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Program Department Activity Public Safety City Clerk I Animal Control BASIC FUNCTIONS 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. As a result of the proposed reorganization, the City Clerk Department will be responsible for the Animal Control program and this program will be administered by the Administrative Analyst II position which was transferred to the City Clerk Department from the former Public Works Department. NET BUDGET CHANGE This activity reflects a decrease of $8,500. NET STAFF CHANGE None Program Code 001-6400 SIGNIFICANT SERVICES AND SUPPLIES ACCOUNT INCREASES Account Primary No. Account Title Increase Cause 3173 Animal Control Services 65,200 A A. This is a new expenditure account for this fiscal year. This item was in the Other Contractual Services account in the previous year. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS OF CAPITAL OUTLAY None FUNDING This activity is charged to the General Fund. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J Program Public Safety Element/ Object Expenditure Account Code Titles SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 3190 Other Contractual Services 3173 Animal Control Services Total Services and Supplies Grand Total ANNUAL BUDGET NON -PERSONNEL EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity City Clerk Animal Control 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Actual Actual Budget Budget 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 0 0 0 0 63,116 I 71,469 71,500 I 73,700 63,116 71,469 71,500 73,700 City of Chino Hills T-15 Program Code 001-6400 1996-97 Manager Council Recommended Approved 0 0 65,200 65,200 65,200 65,200 65,200 65,200 (Rev. 10-94) BG-112 T-16 This page intentionally left blank. CITY OF CHINO HILLS INCORPORATED 1 99 1 ki 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 350 CFD Regional Construction Fd. 373 CFD #9A Construction Fund 374 CFD #9B Construction Fund 375 Capital Improve. Program Fund 399 Capital Projects Fund TOTAL FUNDING TOTAL POSITIONS ANNUAL BUDGET GENERAL SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 U-1 J Department Activity Program Code Capital Projects Capital Improvement Various 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 Manager Council Actual Actual Budget Budget Recommended Approved 0 0 0 0 0 0 140,041 427,004 494,000 0 0 0 405,652 3,827,180 3,000,000 9,645,000 17,227,900 17,227,900 447,191 0 0 0 0 0 992,884 4,254,184 3,494,000 9,645,000 17,227,900 17,227,900 447,191 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,134 3,391,000 0 0 0 497,474 1,532,163 0 0 0 0 48,000 0 103,000 0 0 0 0 10,025 0 0 1,269,000- 1,269,000 0 244,604 0 700,000 5,100 5,100 0 1,349,724 0 900,000 2,849,900 2,849,900 219 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,087,534 0 8,045,000 13,103,900 13,103,900 992,884 4,254,184 3,494,000 9,645,000 17,227,900 17,227,900 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-102, M U-2 Program ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Capital Projects I Capital Projects 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 1996-97 fiscal year totals $17,227,900 and includes 44 projects for major facilities such as streets, traffic signals, building, water, drainage, sewer, and parks and landscape facilities. An overview of the capital project facilities budget follows: Number of Budget Facilities Proiects Amount Streets 7 570,300 Traffic Signals 7 740,000 Buildings 3 1,349,000 Water Utility 10 8,771,000 Drainage 1 100,000 Sewer 1 40,000 Parks and Landscape 15 5,636,600 Services and Supplies costs 21.000 Total 17.227.900 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. Activity I Program Code Capital Improvement I Various The contents of the Capital Projects section has been revised this fiscal year. Included this fiscal year is a subsection showing proposed capital projects that are not budgeted this year as they have a lower need priority than those that are budgeted. This subsection is titled "Recommended but Excluded from Budget Appropriations this Fiscal Year". Also, another subsection has been added which reports the status of capital projects that were budgeted in the previous fiscal year. This subsection is titled "Prior Year Capital Projects Budget Status". Another change that has been incorporated into the Capital Projects budget section is the inclusion of capital projects that will be constructed by developers in accordance with development and reimbursement agreements. These projects include the installation of traffic signals at the intersections of Chino Avenue and Emerald Way (Project T-4), Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road (Project T-5), Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale Drive (Project T-6), and Soquel Canyon Parkway and Elinvar Drive (Project T-7). Additional developer -constructed facilities include Sunset Park (Project P-12), a neighborhood park (Tract 14652) (Project P- 13), a sports park (Tract 14426) (Project P-14), and a equestrian park (Tract 14652) (Project P-15). Due to the addition of the previously described new subsections, the order of appearance of all subsections following this narrative subsection, is as follows: Capital Projects: Funding Summary Capital Projects: Appropriations Detail Capital Projects: Recommended but Excluded from Budget Appropriations this Fiscal Year (new subsection) Capital Projects: Prior Year Capital Projects Budget Status (new subsection) Capital Projects: Capital Improvement Program Project Summary (includes descriptions for individual projects) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 0-94) BG-104 � I Program Capital Projects NET BUDGET CHANGE ANNUAL BUDGET PROGRAM COMMENTARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Department Activity Capital Projects I Capital Improvement This budget activity reflects an increase of $7,582,900. 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. U-3 Program Code Various City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-104 J ANNUAL BUDGET U-4 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 1 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Project Title Number Amount 001 General Fund Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks and Slope Protection Barriers D-1 100,000 Woodview Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-1 55,500 Strickling Park Path Repair P-2 25,000 Civic Center Complex/Police Station (City's Portion) New Roof Installation B-3 80,000 Total 260,500 010 State Gas Tax Camino Largo Street Repairs S-2 20,000 Peyton Drive Repairs S-3 11,300 Pipeline Avenue Road Repairs S-4 8,000 Butterfield Ranch Road Repairs S-5 5,000 City Wide Sidewalk Replacement Program S-6 66,000 City Wide Re -Striping Program S-7 100,000 Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-1 100,000 Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-2 100,000 Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hills Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-3 53,200 Total 463,500 li 013 Measure I Street Overlay Program S-2 360,000 Total 360,000 (Continued On Next Paae) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Fund Number 027 028 040 045 Fund Title Park Facilities Fee ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Proiect Title Sunset Park Neighborhood Park (Tract 14652) Sports Park (Tract 14426) Equestrian Park (Tract 14652) Total Parkland Fee Sunset Park Neighborhood Park (Tract 14652) Sports Park (Tract 14426) Equestrian Park (Tract 14652) Total L & L Zone 1-A Rolling Ridge Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Total Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Automated Irrigation System Expansion Lot X Slope Repairs Momingfield Drive Playground Installation (Continued On Next Paoe) City of Chino Hills Total Page 2 of 5 Project Number P-12 P-13 P-14 P-15 P-12 P-13 P-14 P-15 P-3 U-5 Amount 550,000 625,000 1,300,000 320,000 2,795,000 240,000 480,000 960,000 140,000 1,820,000 125,200 125,200 P-4 174,100 P-5 31,600 P-6 250,000 P-7 131,900 P-8 20,000 607,600 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J , ANNUAL BUDGET U-6 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 3 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Project Title Number Amount 050 L & L Zone 1-13 The Oaks Village Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-9 7,000 Total 7,000 065 L & L Zone 1-DD Butterfield Village Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-10 36,000 Total 36,000 071 L & L Zone 1-M Rincon Village Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-11 70,000 Total 70,000 121 L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant P-4 63,700 Arterial Renovation Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation P-5 31,600 Total 95,300 131 Traffic Signal Fee Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hills Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-3 46,800 r Chino Avenue and Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation T-4 120,000 (Continued On Next Paoe) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET ua FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 4 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Project Title Number Amount 131 Traffic Signal Fee Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road Traffic Signal Installation T-5 120,000 Soquel Canyon Road and Mindenvale Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-6 100,000 Soquel Canyon Road and Elinvar Drive Traffic Signal Installation T-7 100,000 Total 486,800 350 Regional CFD Civic Center Emergency Generator Installation B-1 94,000 Rincon Village Fire Station Construction B-2 1,175,000 Total 1,269,000 373 CFD #9A Construction Accounting and Auditing Services A-1 5,000 Total 5,000 374 CFD #913 Construction Reservoir #19 Construction W-5 2,834,000 Accounting and Auditing Services A-1 15,900 Total 2,849,900 !r,11111F1111 II?I1 011 Next Rene) 1L LYYJUUJw L ■JY _LPL IJ �� ■ City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET U-8 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDING SUMMARY Page 5 of 5 Fund Project Number Fund Title Project Title Number Amount 500 Water Utility Low Zone Blow Off Installation W-6 88,000 Reservoirs R-12, R-8, and R-7 Clean and Paint W-7 75,000 Western Hills Golf Course Zone Modifications W-8 50,000 Total 213,000 501 Sewer Utility Sewer Manhole Modifications E-1 40,000 Total 40,000 507 Water Capital Development Fee Well Land Acquisitions W-1 2,000,000 Test Drilling and Well Construction W-2 1,000,000 Reservoir #18 Geological Feasibility Study and Design Hydraulic Network Analysis W-3 110,000 Reservoir #18 Construction W-4 1,500,000 Replacement of Schaefer Avenue 20" Water Main to 30" W-9 930,000 Yorba Avenue 16 Inch Water Main Installation W-10 184,000 Total 5,724,000 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS 17,227,800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Project Number S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 S-5 S-6 S-7 T-1 T-2 T-3 T-4 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Protect Title Funding Source Street Facilities Street Overlay Program Camino Largo Street Repairs Peyton Drive Repairs Pipeline Avenue Road Repairs Butterfield Ranch Road Repairs City Wide Sidewalk Replacement Program City Wide Re -Striping Program Total Street Facilities Traffic Signals Facilities Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive Traffic Signal Installation Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive Traffic Signal Installation Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hills Drive Traffic Signal Installation Chino Avenue and Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Measure I State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax State Gas Tax Traffic Signal Fee Traffic Signal Fee (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 5 Project 0 Costs 360,000 20,000 11,300 8,000 5,000 66,000 100,000 570,300 100,000 100,000 53,200 46,800 100,000 120,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 U-10 Project Number T-5 T-6 T-7 B-1 B-2 B-3 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Project Title Funding Source Traffic Signals Facilities Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road Traffic Signal Installation Soquel Canyon Road and Mindenvale Drive Traffic Signal Installation Soquel Canyon Road and Elinvar Drive Traffic Signal Installation Total Traffic Signals Facilities Building Facilities Civic Center Emergency Generator Installation Rincon Village Fire Station Construction Civic Center Complex/Police Station (City'sPortion) New Roof Installation Total Building Facilities Water Utility Facilities Well Land Ac,,quisitions Test Drilling and Well Construction Traffic Signal Fee Traffic Signal Fee Traffic Signal Fee Regional CFD Regional CFD General Fund Water Capital Development Fee Water Capital Development Fee (Continued On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 5 Project Costs 120,000 100,000 100,000 740,000 94,000 1,175, 000 80,000 1,349,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Project Number Proiect Title Water Utilitv Facilities W-3 Reservoir #18 Geological Feasibility Study and Design Hydraulic Network Analysis W-4 Reservoir #18 Construction W-5 Reservoir #19 Construction W-6 Low Zone Blow Off Installation W-7 Reservoirs R-12, R-8, and R-7 Clean and Paint W-8 Western Hills Golf Course Zone Modifications W-9 Replacement of Schaefer Avenue 20" Water Main to 30" W-10 Yorba Avenue 16 Inch Water Main Installation Total Water Utility Facilities ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Funding Source Drainaqe Facilities D-1 Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks and Slope Protection Barriers Total Drainage Facilities Water Capital Development Fee Water Capital Development Fee CFD #9B Construction Water Utility Water Utility Water Utility Water Capital Development Fee Water Capital Development Fee General Fund (Continued Ong Next Paoe) City of Chino Hills U-11 Page 3 of 5 Project I Costs 110,000 1,500,000 2,834,000 88,000 75,000 50,000 930,000 184,000 8,771,000 100,000 100,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J U-12 Project Number E-1 P-1 P-2 P-3 P-4 P-5 P-6 P-7 P-8 P-9 Project Title Sewer Utility Facilities Sewer Manhole Modifications Total Sewer Utility Facilities ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL Funding Source Parks and Landscape Facilities Woodview Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Strickling Park Path Repair Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Automated Irrigation System Expansion Lot X Slope Repairs Momingfield Drive Playground Installation Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation Sewer Utility General Fund General Fund L & L Zone 1-A Rolling Ridge Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village Arterial L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village Arterial L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-1-11) Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-13 The Oaks Village (Continued On Next Paqe) City of Chino Hills Page 4 of 5 63,700 174,100 31,600 31,600 Project Costs 40,000 40,000 55,500 25,000 125,200 237,800 63,200 250,000 131,900 20,000 7,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET U-13 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS APPROPRIATION DETAIL , Project Page 5 of 5 Project Number Proiect Title Funding Source A Costs Parks and Landscape Facilities P-10 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation L & L Zone 1-DD Butterfield Village 36,000 P-11 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant L & L Zone 1-M Rincon Village 70,000 Renovation P-12 Sunset Park Park Facilities Fee 550,000 Parkland Fee 240,000 790,000 P-13 Neighborhood Park (Tract 14652) Park Facilities Fee 625,000 Parkland Fee 480,000 1,105,000 P-14 Sports Park (Tract 14426) Park Facilities Fee 1,300,000 Parkland Fee 960,000 2,260,000 P-15 Equestrian Park (Tract 14652) Park Facilities Fee 320,000 Parkland Fee 140,000 460,000 Total Parks and Landscape Facilities 5,636,600 Services and Supplies Costs A-1 Accounting and Auditing Services CFD #9A Construction 5,000 CFD #96 Construction 15,900 20,900 Total Services and Supplies Costs 20,900 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS 17.227.800 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J U-14 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS RECOMMENDED BUT EXCLUDED FROM BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS THIS FISCAL YEAR Project Title Recommended Funding Source Street Facilities Carbon Canyon Channel Box Extension Chino Hills Bikeway Program Total Street Facilities Buildina Facilities Energy Efficient Lighting Installation Total Building Facilities Water Utilitv Facilities Sleepy Hollow 12" Water Main Along Hillside Drive Installation Los Serranos Phase V Water Line Replacement Canon Lane 4" Water Main Replacement Sleepy Hollow Pressure Reducing Valve to Reservoir #8 Installation A Total Water Utility Facilities Facilities Development Fee State Gas Tax Miscellaneous Grant General Fund Water Utility Water Utility Water Utility Water Utility (Continued On Next Paoe) City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 2 8,000 32,000 Estimated Costs 140,000 40,000 180,000 40,000 40,000 120,000 111,000 46,000 60,000 337,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS RECOMMENDED BUT EXCLUDED FROM BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS THIS FISCAL YEAR Project Title Recommended Funding Source Drainage Facilities Village Center Drive Drainage Inlet Modifications Total Drainage Facilities Parks and Landscape Facilities Los Serranos Park Site Acquisition Equestrian Center Site Acquisition Civic Center Plant Restoration Community Parks Irrigation and Plant Renovation Oaks Village "V" Ditches Los Ranchos Village Picnic Table Facilities Total Parks and Landscape Facilities TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS RECOMMENDED BUT NOT BUDGETED State Gas Tax General Fund General Fund General Fund Park Maintenance L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village L & L Zone 1-HD Los Ranchos Village City of Chino Hills Page Ziof 2 U-15 Estimated Costs 12,300 12,300 250,000 100,000 8,000 45,000 300,000 9,600 712,600 1.281.900 (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J U-16 Project ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Actual/Estimated Start Completion Revised Date Date Budget Number Project Title Street Facilities 800001 English Channel Culvert Installation 800002 Pipeline Avenue Improvements 800003 Chino Avenue Construction 800004 Peyton Drive/Soquel Canyon Parkway - Loop I Construction Design 800005 Soquel Canyon Parkway/Woodview Drive - Loop II Construction Design 800006 Lariat Drive Improvements 800007 Bayberry Drive Improvements 800008 Yorba Avenue/Bird Farm Road Improvements 800009 Chino Avenue/Peyton Drive Striping 800010 Street Overlay Program 800043 Ravena Court Improvements 800044 Phillips Ranch Road Bridge Widening , 800055 Pine Avenue Construction 9413009 Peyton Drive Right of Way Acquisition 95G003 Carbon Canyon Bike Lanes E4045X Los Serranos Country Club Drive Construction Total Street Facilities Traffic Sianals Facilities 800011 Chino Avenue/Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation 800012 Chino Hills Parkway/Pipeline Avenue Traffic Signal Installation 95C002 Butterfield Ranch Road/Pine Avenue Traffic Signal Installation *TBD: To Be Determined *TBD *TBD 800,000 9-96 11-96 45,000 2-97 8-97 800,000 *TBD *TBD 350,000 *TBD *TBD 650,000 1-96 3-96 90,100 6-96 7-96 35,000 Deleted Deleted 5,000 7-96 8-96 8,000 7-96 10-96 360,000 11-95 2-96 55,000 11-95 7-97 3.421,700 4-96 9-96 704,000 4-96 TBD* 1,700,000 3-95 2-96 121,900 5-95 5-96 1,038,243 10,183,943 *TBD *TBD 125,000 *TBD *TBD 20,000 6-94 12-95 92,100 (Continue On Next Page) City of Chino Hills Page 1 of 6 Remaining Budget Status 800,000 Project to be started 45,000 Project to be started 800,000 Project to be started 350,000 Project to be started 650,000 Project to be started 50,100 Project completed 0 Project completed 0 8,000 Project to be started 360,000 Project to be started 15,000 Project completed 214,174 Project 90% completed 668,800 Project 5% completed 1,487,572 Estimated competion 25-50% 0 Project completed 0 Project completed 5,448,646 Project is dependent on com- 125,000 pletion of the road by developer 0 Project completed 0 Project completed (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 Project Number 95AQ01 495001 495002 800013 800014 800015 800016 800017 800018 800019 800020 800021 800057 800058 800059 800060 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Actual/Estimated Start Completion Revised Project Title Date Date Budget Traffic Signal Facilities Grand Avenue/Monteverde Drive Traffic Signal Installation Total Traffic Signal Facilities Buildina Facilities Roller Hockey Play Area Community Center Total Building Facilities Water Utility Facilities Chino Avenue/Highway 71 - 20" Water Line Installation Hillside Water Main Replacement (Sleepy Hollow) Reclaimed Water Facilities Construction (North of Soquel Canyon Parkway) Rolling Ridge Water Line Replacement Well Site Improvements Well #18 Improvements Well #20 Construction Well #21 Construction Reservoir #18 Design Pipeline Modifications to Well #13 Pipeline -Modifications to Well #16 Booster Pump Station at Schaefer Avenue and Ramona Avenue Relocation of Chino Avenue Sewer Line Remaining Budget 6-95 10-95 151,700 1,150 388,800 126,150 *TBD *TBD 50,000 50,000 *TBD *TBD 100,000 100,000 150,000 150,000 10-97 4-98 400,000 400,000 10-96 11-96 35,000 35,000 10-96 6-97 503,000 503,000 10-95 4-97 275,000 274,181 9-95 9-96 50,000 49,146 12-95 *TBD 300,000 299,361 *TBD *TBD 250,000 250,000 *TBD *TBD 250,000 250,000 4-97 10-97 75,000 75,000 4-95 5-96 NIA N/A *TBD *TBD N/A N/A Deleted Deleted N/A N/A *TBD *TBD 29,000 29,000 J U-17 Page 2 of 6 Status Project completed Project to be started Project to be started SANBAG contract Project to be started Project to be started *TBD *TBD Pending City of Chino 's subsidence resolution Project to be started Project to be started Project to be started Project to be started Project to be started Project funded by SANBAG *TBD : To Be Determined trontir ue On Next Paae) 11 11 11 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J U-18 Project Number 800061 800062 800063 94W017 800064 800065 800066 800067 800068 800022 800023 94C011 Project Title ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Actual/Estimated Start Completion Revised Date Date Budget Water Utilitv Facilities Pipeline Modifications to Ramona Avenue and Schaefer Avenue Pipeline Bottleneck Elimination Pump Station Low Head Los Serranos Country Club Drive Waterline Design Modifications to Wells 13, 16, & 18 Supply Master Plan Walnut Valley Interconnection City of Chino Interconnection 16" Pipeline at Chino Hills Parkway From Pipeline to Ramona 20" Pipeline on Grand Avenue Total Water Utility Facilities Drainage Facilities Rincon Storm Drain Installation Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks Total Drainage Facilities Sewer Utility Facilities Rincon Sewer Pump Station C c D C� ►?� Total Sewer Utility Facilities 4-96 6-96 10,000 4-96 N/A 33,600 N/A N/A 35,000 2-95 4-96 347,500 Deleted Deleted 57,800 4-96 7-96 24,000 Deleted Deleted 67,600 Deleted Deleted 33,600 4-96 6-96 44,800 4-96 6-96 39,200 2,860,100 4-97 1-98 288,300 7-96 9-96 45,000 333,300 9-94 3-96 385,500 385,500 Page 3 of 6 Remaining Budget Status 0 Project completed 0 Project completed 0 Project completed 0 Project completed 0 0 *TBD 0 0 0 Project completed 0 Project completed 2,164,688 288,300 Project to be started 45,000 Project to be started 333,300 0 Project completed 0 *TBD : To Be Determined (Continue On Next Paae) , City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 J ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Page 4 of 6 Actual/Estimated Project Start Completion Revised Remaining Number Project Title Date Date Budget Budget Status Parks and Landscape Facilities 800024 Grand Avenue Park Construction 4-97 10-97 1,400,000 1,400,000 Project to be started 800025 Mystic Canyon Drive Park Construction 7-96 1-97 400,000 400,000 Project to be started 800026 Chino Avenue Park Design Deleted Deleted 100,000 0 800027 Oaks Village "V" Ditch Installation, Phase II 10-95 1-96 250,000 25,115 Project completed 800029 Multi -Use Trail Construction 7-96 8-96 130,000 130,000 Project to be started 800030 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 1-97 175,000 46,060 Project 65% completed 800031 Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 3-96 47,600 0 Project completed 800032 Los Ranchos Village Arterial Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 3-96 31,400 0 Project completed 800033 Los Ranchos Village/Galloping Hills Road Landscape Installation 11-95 7-96 25,000 20,000 Project 20% completed 800034 Oaks Village/Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 4-96 10,900 0 Project completed 800035 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 3-96 43,000 0 Project completed 800036 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 3-96 9,700 0 Project completed 800037 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation 11-95 3-96 17,000 0 Project completed 800038 Community Park Landscape Restoration 11-95 3-96 5,800 0 Project completed 800039 Los Ranchos Village Easement Fencing Installation 10-95 9-96 25,000 12,500 Project 50% completed U-19 *TBD : To Be Determined (Continue On Next Page) , City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 U-20 Project Number 800040 800041 800042 951-004 951-005 951-009 951-011 95L015 95L021 95L023 95P001 95L001 941-005 951-003 951-006 951-007 951-008 Project Title Parks and Landscape Facilities Valle Vista Park Fence Replacement English Springs Park Railing Installation Rolling Ridge Drive Drive Medians Renovation Drainage Upgrades in Costain and at Eucalyptus Richmond Highlands Edison Easement Improvements Upgrades Irrigation System Controllers (Motorola) Erosion Repair and Retaining Walls Trees, Shrubs, Groundcover for Pacific Scenes Landscape Renovation and Improve- ments at Rincon Village Median Improvements in Chino Hills Parkway ADA Upgrades in Woodview Village Parks ADA Upgrades in Rolling Ridge Parks Peyton Drive/Highway 71 Monument Lights Repair ADA Upgrades in Los Ranchos Parks Avenida Cabrillck Park Monument Sign Tennis Court Lights at Avenida Cabrillo Park Grand Avenue Park Design ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Page 5 of 6 Actual/Estimated Start Completion Revised Remaining Date Date Budget Budget Status 2-96 3-96 10,000 5,886 Project completed 2-96 3-96 8,000 466 Project completed 7-96 9-96 25,000 25,000 Project to be started 11-95 5-95 342,400 200,000 Project completed 11-95 5-95 270,000 45,000 Project completed 9-95 12-96 100,000 50,000 Project 50% completed 9-95 12-96 25,000 20,000 Project 20% completed Project delayed per request *TBD *TBD 72,483 67,483 of the HOA; 7% completed 11-95 3-96 42,000 42,000 Project completed 9-96 1-97 80,000 80,000 Project to be started 5-96 7-96 116,500 0 Project completed 5-96 7-96 27,600 0 Project completed 7-96 8-96 10,000 10,000 Project to be started 5-96 7-96 28,000 0 Project completed *TBD *TBD 5,000 5,000 Project to be started 10-95 9-96 33,000 22,749 Project 33% completed 10-95 12-96 89,100 44,550 Project 50% completed *TBD: To Be Determined (Continue On Next Page) City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 ANNUAL BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 CAPITAL PROJECTS STATUS REPORT Actual/Estimated Project Start Completion Revised Remaining Number Project Title Date Date Budget Budget Parks and Landscape Facilities 95LO14 Oakridge Park Renovation 5-95 1-97 315,000 262,244 95LO16 ADA Upgrades in Meadows Park Deleted Deleted 2,500 0 951-017 Butterfield Park Renovation 4-96 7-96 65,000 32,500 95LO18 Design for Park Next to Butterfield School 4-95 5-96 352,600 0 95L020 Fence Around Alterra Park 7-96 9-96 40,000 40,000 95LO22 Parking Lot Upgrades at Afterra Park 7-96 9-96 5,000 5,000 95LO24 ADA Upgrades for English Spring Park 5-96 7-96 70,000 35,000 95LO25 Improvements to Crossroads Park 5-95 1-97 183,000 180,223 95L026 Design for Expanded Play Area in Crossroads Park *TBD *TBD 10,000 10,000 Total Parks and Landscape Facilities 4,997,583 3,216,776 Communitv Development Block Grant 95GR05 Birdfarm Road Improvements 5-96 9-96 375,000 30,026 Total Community Development Block Grant 375,000 30,026 TOTAL PRIOR YEARS' CAPITAL PROJECTS 19,674,226 17,548,445 U-21 Page 6 of 6 Status Project 17% completed Project 50% completed Project completed Project not started as of 7-1-96 Project to be started Project 50% completed Project 2% completed Project deleted due to lack of funding Project 90% completed City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-100 U-22 This page intentionally left blank. J ANNUAL BUDGET Page oft CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-1 Street Overlay Program Project Description This program provides for the systematic resurfacing (asphalt overlay) of streets identified by the City's Measure I Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (Seven Year Slurry Seal/Overlay Plan). 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 Project Location U-23 A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 013 Measure 1 360,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Servicqs Costs 0 Construction Costs 360,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 360,000 Total 360,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-24 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-1 I Street Overlay Program Supplemental Comments: The projects that are completed under the Measure I program are part of a five year capital improvement program which must be updated annually and approved by the San Bernardino Associated Governments Board of Directors. Staff is in the process of refining a five year capital improvement program as a part of the Chino Hills Visioning Process. This program will be reviewed and subsequently approved by the Public Works Commission and the City Council before submittal to San Bernardino Associated Governments. These steps must be taken prior to approval of the expenditure from San Bernardino Associated Governments. -- Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 4 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project code Project Title S-2 Camino Largo Street Repairs Project Description This project will make the necessary street repairs to Camino Largo. Project Justification The pavement over many of the sewer line laterals on Camino Largo have settled. This has created low spots and dips in the road. These low spots need to be filled and the road repaved. Other related Capital Project? (if yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Project Location 1� Project Funding Summary: J Page 1 of U-25 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 20,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 20,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 20,000 Total 20,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 u-2s CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-2 Camino Largo Street Repairs Supplemental Comments: This area is located on Camino Largo between Bella Vista Court and Silver Ridge Road. The length of the repair is approximately 800 feet and the width is 30 feet. The work will consist of grinding along the gutter, leveling the low spots, and overlaying the entire street with 0.2 ft thick asphaltic concrete (AC) pavement. This project will require 350 tons of asphaltic pavement and 1,700 linear feet of grinding. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 4 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-3 Peyton Drive Repairs Project Description This project will repair failed pavement on Peyton Drive at Eucalyptus Avenue and English Road. Project Justification Two areas of failed pavement have been identified on Peyton Drive. The proper maintenance of City streets is critical to traffic safety. Other related Capital Project? (if yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount t Project Location i� tw= MO Project Funding Summary: ONM1Y4W AVE 1 r! T J Page 1 of 2 U-27 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 11,300 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 11,300 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 11,300 Total 11,300 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-28 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-3 Peyton Drive Repairs Supplemental Comments: The first area is in the southbound lane, north of Eucalyptus Avenue, and the second is in the southbound lane, south of English Road. The first area is approximately 15' x 50' and the second area is approximately 15' x 100'. The total repair area is 2,250 square feet. The cost of this repair is 2,250 square feet x $5.00 for a total of $11,250. Impact on Operations: Staff will continue to repair the potholes as they occur on Peyton Drive. However, the condition of the road continues to decline and if corrective measures are not taken, the failed area will require continuous staff time to patch the potholes. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. i Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-4 Pipeline Avenue Road Repairs Project Description This project will remove and repair failed asphaltic concrete (AC) pavement on Pipeline Avenue. Project Justification A 20' x 80' square foot area of failed aphaltic concrete pavement has been identified on Pipeline Avenue. This pavement has sunken around the catch basin and needs to be removed and replaced. 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: t J Page 1 of 2 U-29 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 8,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Service's Costs 0 Construction Costs 8,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 8,000 Total 8,000 r City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Pap 2of2 U-30 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-4 Pipeline Avenue Road Repairs Supplemental Comments: Staff has identified approximately 1,600 square feet of asphaltic concrete pavement which has failed on Pipeline Avenue. The cost to remove and replace asphaltic concrete pavement is $5.00 per square foot. The cost of this project is 1,600 square feet x $5.00 for a total of $8,000. Impact on Operations: Staff will continue to repair the potholes as they occur on Pipeline Avenue. However, if the condition of the road continues to decline and if corrective measures are not taken, the sinking area will require continuous staff time to maintain this roadway. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. A Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-5 Butterfield Ranch Road Repairs Project Description This project will remove and repair failed asphaltic concrete (AC) pavement on Butterfield Ranch Road. Project Justification A 10' x 100' square foot area of failed aphaltic concrete pavement has been identified on Butterfield Ranch Road. This pavement has cracked and needs to be removed and replaced. 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: w Page 1 of 2 U-31 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 5,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 5,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 5,000 Total 5,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-32 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-5 Butterfield Ranch Road Repairs Supplemental Comments: Page 2 of 2 Butterfield Ranch Road has experienced heavy truck traffic due to the considerable amount of construction which is taking place in the City of Chino Hills. The cost to remove and replace asphaltic concrete pavement is $5.00 per square foot. The cost of this repair is 1,000 square feet x $5.00 for a total of $5,000. Impact on Operations: Staff will continue to repair the potholes as they occur on Butterfield Ranch Road. However, the potholes continue to get larger which requires continuous staff time to maintain this roadway. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. a Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-6 City Wide Sidewalk Replacement Program Project Description This program will remove and replace broken or uplifted sidewalks. Project Justification Sidewalks which are severely cracked or uplifted are a trip hazard which needs to be corrected. Other related Capital Project? (if yes, see comment section) No 4 Page 1 of 2 U-33 Project Location A map is not applicable for this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 66,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 66,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 66,000 Total 66,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-34 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-6 City Wide Sidewalk Replacement Program Supplemental Comments: City staff has identified 9,420 square feet of sidewalk that is severely cracked or uplifted. The estimated cost to remove and replace sidewalk is $7.00 per square foot. The cost of this repair is 9,420 square feet x $7.00 for a total of $66,000. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. i Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills I (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title S-7 City Wide Re -striping Program Project Description This program will include the re -striping of existing pavement markings throughout the City. Project Justification The streets of Chino Hills were last striped in August 1994. Paint fades over time; therefore, maintaining the striping and markings on the public streets are necessary for traffic safety. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No A Project Location J Page 1 of 2 U-35 A map is not applicable to this project due to the large area that is covered by this project. Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 100,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 100,000 Total 100,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-36 J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title S-7 City Wide Re -Striping Program Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. i FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Pam' of CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY U-37 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-1 Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive Traffic Signal Installation Project Description This project provides for the instilation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive. Project Justification This improvement is presently the top rated traffic signal on the City's signal priority list. 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: 0 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 100,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 100,000 Total 100,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ME., ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-1 Peyton Drive and Valle Vista Drive Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: A multi -way stop sign was installed at this intersection in 1995 due to the number of accidents that had occurred. Impact on Operations: When this project is completed, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost of signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 4 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a is ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-2 I Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive Traffic Signal Installation Project Description Project Location This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive. Project Justification in 1996, Caltrans will be closing State Route 71 for eight months while the new State Route 71 Freeway is constructed. The official detour route is Euclid Avenue (SR-83), however traffic is expected to increase on Butterfield Ranch Road as a result of this construction. A signal will be needed at this intersection in order for school children to cross Butterfield Ranch Road to get to school. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Project Funding Summary: 0 Page 1 of 2 U-39 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 010 Gas Tax 100,000 Design Services,Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 100,000 Total 100,000 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-40 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-2 Butterfield Ranch Road and Mystic Canyon Drive Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: When this project is completed, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost of signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) has offered to provide a temporary signal or to pay for a portion of a permanent signal. The terms of this agreement have yet to be determined. i Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-3 Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hill Drive Traffic Signal Installation Project Description Project Location This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hill Drive. Project Justification Lewis Homes is proposing a new development on Pleasant Hill Drive. A� "F traffic signal is needed to service this new development. �X 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 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 100,000 Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 010 Gas Tax 131 Traffic Signal Fee City of Chino Hills Fags t of 2 U-41 9 Amount 53,200 46,800 Total 100,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2 or 2 U-42 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-3 Grand Avenue and Pleasant Hill Drive Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: Lewis Homes is building a new development with ninety new homes on Pleasant Hill Drive. Lewis Homes has agreed to contribute $46,800 towards the cost of providing a traffic signal at this location. The total cost of this signal is estimated at $100,000; therefore, the City's contribution will be $53,200. Impact on Operations: When this project is complete, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost of signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 6 Other Remarks: The source of funds for the Traffic Signal Fee is from the Lewis Homes Developer Agreement. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code I Project Title T-4 fl Chino Avenue and Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Project Description This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Chino Avenue and Emerald Way. Project Justification Lennar Homes is proposing a ninety (90) acre development on the northeast comer of Peyton Drive and Chino Avenue. A new traffic signal at the intersection of Chino Avenue and Emerald Way is needed to provide safe access to this development. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 120,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 120,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 131 City of Chino Hills Source Traffic Signal Fee x J Page 1 of 2 U-43 Amount 120,000 Total 120,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-44 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-4 Chino Avenue and Emerald Way Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: This development consist of fifty (50) acres of residential and forty (40) acres of commercial development. The funding for this project is dependent on future negotiations with the adjacent developer. Impact on Operations: After this project is complete, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost for signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None Other Remarks: The source of funds for the Traffic Signal Fee is dependent upon a future developer agreement. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-5 Peyton Drive and Bevedy Glen Road Traffic Signal Installation Project Description This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road. Project Justification Lennar Homes is proposing a ninety (90) acre development on the northeast comer of Peyton Drive and Chino Avenue. A new traffic signal at the intersection of Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen is needed to provide safe access to this development. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 120,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 120,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 131 City of Chino Hills } Source Traffic Signal Fee Page t of 2 U-45 Amount 120,000 Total 120,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-46 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-5 Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: This development consists of approximately fifty (50) acres of residential and forty (40) acres of commercial development. The entire cost of this project will be funded by Lennar Homes through the developer agreement. Impact on Operations: After this project is complete, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost for signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 7 Other Remarks: The source of funds for the Traffic Signal Fee is dependent upon the future Lennar Homes Agreement. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-6 Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale Drive Traffic Signal Installation Project Description Project Location This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale Drive. Project Justification Kaufman and Broad is proposing new development of eight hundred sixty (860) homes on the north side of Soquel Canyon Parkway, east of Pipeline Avenue. A new traffic signal at the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale Drive is needed to provide safe access to this development. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 100,000 Project Funding Summary: Fund 131 City of Chino Hills Source Traffic Signal Fee t Page 1 of 2 U-47 Amount 100,000 Total 100,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 i ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 u-as CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-6 Soquel Canyon Parkway and Mindenvale Drive Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: The entire cost of this project will be funded by Kaufman and Broad through the development agreement. Impact on Operations: After this project is complete, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost for signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. Other Remarks: The source of funds for the Traffic Signal Fee is from the developer Agreement. City of Chino Hills 1 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-7 Soquel Canyon Parkway and Elinvar Drive Traffic Signal Installation Project Description Project Location This project provides for the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Elinvar Drive. Project Justification Kaufman and Broad is proposing new development of eight hundred sixty (860) homes on the north side of Soquel Canyon Parkway, east of Pipeline Avenue. A new traffic signal at the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parfcway and Elinvar Drive is needed to provide safe access to this development. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 100,000 Project Funding Summary: Fund 131 City of Chino Hills Source Traffic Signal Fee M J Page 1 of 2 U-49 V lb Amount 100,000 Total 100,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-50 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title T-7 Soquel Canyon Parkway and Elinvar Drive Traffic Signal Installation Supplemental Comments: The entire cost of this project will be funded by Kaufman and Broad through the development agreement. Impact on Operations: After this project is complete, it will be taken into the City maintained system. The cost for signal maintenance and electricity is approximately $1,000 annually. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 4 Other Remarks: The source of funds for the Traffic Signal Fee is from the developer Agreement. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page Iof2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY U-51 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title 13-1 I Civic Center Emergency Generator Installation Project Description This project will provide for the installation of a emergency generator at the Civic Center complex. Project Justification In the event of a disaster within the City of Chino Hills, the library is to become the command center for the coordinated recovery efforts of the City's resources, police, and fire. Currently, there is no back up power source for electricity if the power is lost. The command center would have severe limitations to coordinate recovery efforts without adequate electrical power. 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: 4 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 350 Regional CFD 94,000 Design Services Costs 7,000 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 17,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 70,000 Other 0 Total 94,000 Total 94,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-52 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title B-1 Civic Center Emergency Generator Installation Supplemental Comments: Engineering staff will coordinate the design, bidding, and installation of the Civic Center emergency generator. All four buildings within the Civic Center complex will be fully energized in the event the power from Edision International is not available. Impact on Operations: The emergency generator will require monthly preventative maintenance testing by City staff and testing by a generator service contractor twice a year to ensure proper operations of the generator. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title B-2 Rincon Village Fire Station Construction Project Description This project includes the construction of the Rincon Village Fire Station located at Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Soquel Canyon Parkway. Project Justification This project will provide a fire station to service the southern portion of the City of Chino Hills. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 1,000,000 Project Management Costs 100,000 Equipment Costs Other Survey and Soils 75,000 Total 1,175,000 Project Location SOQUEL Wry`N CHINO HILLS STATE PARK i Project Funding Summary: Fund 350 City of Chino Hills G Source Regional CFD x Pagel of 2 U-53 PINE AVE `b Amount 1,175,000 Total 1,175,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-54 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title B-2 Rincon Village Fire Station Construction Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills Page 2 of 2 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title B-3 Civic Center Complex/Police Station (City's Portion) New Roof Installation Project Description Project Location This project is to install a polyurethane foam coating on the roofs of the Civic Center complex and the City's portion of the Police Station. Project Justification The Civic Center roofs are separating at the metal joints and seams, due to the expansion and contraction of the metal roofs. Many areas are developing rust on top of the metal roofs. One portion of the roof has already rusted from the underside towards the upper side due to trapped water underneath the roof sheeting. The Police Station needs a parapet wall removed and related work between the building connection completed to prevent leaking. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 80,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 80,000 Project Funding Summary: Fund 001 City of Chino Hills Source General Fund Page 1 of 2 U-55 Amount 80,000 Total 80,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 6-56 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title B-3 Civic Center Complex/Police Station (City's Portion) New Roof Installation Supplemental Comments: Elimination of roof leaks are necessary to eliminate building deterioration due to water damage. The estimated cost is based on information from local contractors and the County of San Bernardino Facilities Maintenance Division. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The Police Station's portion will have to be coordinated with the San Bernardino Facilities Maintenance Division. i Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET o° CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-1 Well Land Acquisitions Project Description This project will allow for the purchase of properties that are acceptable for water well production. Project Justification The City requires additional sources to meet growing water system demands and land will have to be purchased to drill new wells. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 2,000,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 0 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 2,000,000 Project Location Site unknown at this time. Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 507 Water Capital Development Fee City of Chino Hills Total Page 1 of 2 U-57 Amount 2,000,000 2,000,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-58 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title W-1 Well Land Acquisitions Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: This project will involve prospective land owners. FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Other Remarks: This project will run concurrently with the test drilling and well construction. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-2 Test Drilling and Well Construction Project Description Project Location The drilling of pilot test holes will be required prior to constructing a well to identify adequate ground water locations and the construction of one well. Site unknown at this time. Project Justification The City must drill additional wells to meet the growing water system demand. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes Page 1 of 2 U-59 Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 507 Water Capital Development Fee 1,000,000 Design Services Costs 20,000 Engineering Services Costs 30,000 Construction Costs 950,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 1,000,000 Total 1,000,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-60 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-2 Test Drilling and Well Construction Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: Page 2 of 2 The development of a well will provide much needed additional water sources, allow the water system to meet peak summer demands, and maintain adequate reservoir storage. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. Other Remarks: This project will run concurrently with land acquisition project. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 16-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-3 Reservoir #18 Geological Feasibility Study Design and Hydraulic Network Analysis Project Description Project Location A geological feasibility study must be done prior to constructing the six million gallon reservoir to determine ground stability with the appropriate design of the reservoir. Project Justification The Coral Ridge area is growing and is requiring additional storage in that 4"'o portion of the water distribution system. Reservoir #18 will provide additional source capacities to meet peak summer demands. PRO= =- - Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Is Project consistent with General Plan? Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Dipsign Services Costs 30,000 Engineering Services Costs 80,000 Construction Costs 0 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 110,000 Total CHINO HILLS , Yes STATE PARK ; i Yes Project Funding Summary: X AO m a AYE Page 1 of 2 U-61 Fund Source Amount 507 Water Capital Development Fee 110,000 Total 110,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET U-62 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-3 Reservoir #18 Geological Feasibility Study Design and Hydraulic Network Analysis Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: Reservoir #18 will provide additional source storage to increase fireflow protection and water system reliability during peak summer demands. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 4 Other Remarks: Page 2 of 2 This project will be completed prior to the construction of Reservoir #18. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-4 Reservoir #18 Construction Project Description The construction of a six million gallon welded steel reservoir tank. Project Justification The construction of Reservoir #18 will provide additional source storage capacity to meet fireflow requirements and peak summer demands in the upgraded Coral Ridge area. 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 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 1,500,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 1,500.000 Project Location soaaL c000% r • P CHINO HILLS , STATE PARK ; Project Funding Summary: Fund 507 City of Chino Hills e Nvz� P1ME AYE t-1 Page 1 of 2 U-63 Source Amount Water Capital Development Fee 1,500,000 Total 1,500,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 u-s4 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code I Project Title W-4 Reservoir #18 Construction Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: Reservoir #18 will provide additional source storage capacity to meet fireflow and peak summer demand requirements. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. Other Remarks: This project is consistent with the geological feasibility study design and hydraulic network analysis. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a �/0 ANNUAL BUDGET b CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-5 Reservoir #19 Construction Project Description This project will provide for the construction of Reservoir #19. Project Justification The construction of Reservoir #19 will provide four million gallons of water storage and a reservoir pad for a water tank for reclaimed water for the Rincon Development. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 49,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 2,570,000 Project Management Costs 215,000 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 2,834,000 Project Location SopUEL� • CHINO HILLS STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund 374 City of Chino Hills r Source CFD #913 Construction Page 1 of 2 U-65 PINE AVE Amount 2,834,000 Total 2,834,000 J (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-66 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code I Project Title W-5 Reservoir #19 Construction Supplemental Comments: Reservoir #19 is identified in the Rincon agreement and in the list of projects for CFD #9. Impact on Operations: None Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: The Rincon Developers have entered into an agreement to None. form CFD #9 and complete projects for the development of the Rincon area. These developers include Sterling, JP Rhoades, and Richland Development. ? City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 136-150a �oq ?, ANNUAL BUDGET �D CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-6 Low Zone Blow Off Installation Project Description The installation of two blow off valves, within the low zone, to prevent over pressuring the water system. Project Justification The low zone is served by the intermediate zone through pressure reducing valves. If a pressure reducing valve fails, the low zone will become over pressurized and cause damage to water mains, services, and homes. The installation of blow offs will prevent over pressurization of the low zone. 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: 4 J Page 1 of 2 U-67 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 500 Water Utility 88,000 Design Services Costs 5,000 Engineering Services Costs 3,000 Construction Costs 80,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 88,000 Total 88,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-68 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-6 I Low Zone Blow Off Installation Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: This project will allow for the protection of the low zone water distribution system and possibly prevent the replacement of water mains, water services, and water meters. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. t Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a I ANNUAL BUDGET bho�� CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY `� FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-7 Reservoirs R-12, R-8, and R-7 Clean and Paint Project Description This project will allow for the cleaning and painting of Reservoirs R-12, R-8, and R-7. Project Justification Reservoirs need to be drained, cleaned, and painted every five years to optimize water quality. These sites are past due. 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 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 75,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 75,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 500 City of Chino Hills k Source Water Utility Page 1 of 2 U-69 Amount 75,000 Total 75,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 i ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-70 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-7 Reservoirs R-12, R-8, and R-7 Clean and Paint Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. E Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a J ANNUAL BUDGET Page Iof2 P00 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY U-71 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-8 Western Hills Golf Course Zone Modifications Project Description This project will provide water service for the irrigation system from the H-2 water distribution zone. Project Justification This project will allow the Western Hills Golf Course to utilize water from a portion of the water distribution system that has additional storage capacity and will not put the City's current Reservoir #2 in jeopardy of depletion. 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: 4 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 500 Water Utility 50,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 50,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 50,000 Total 50,000 1 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-72 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-8 Western Hills Golf Course Zone Modifications Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: This project will allow for more efficient operational strategies by putting less of a system demand on the H-1 zone and shifting to the H-2 zone which has more than adequate reservoir storage capacities. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. a Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET VOID CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-9 Schaefer Avenue 20" Water Main Replacement (to 30") Project Description Replace 5,280 feet of 20 inch with 30 inch water main from Ramona Avenue to East End Avenue and provide direct connection to the tow zone. Project Justification This project will increase the flow from the Water Facilities Authority (WFA) treatment facility by 1.47 million gallons per day (MGD) at peak demands. Project Location a 1 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 e Page t of 2 U-73 Rr1Z IDE AVE CHMO AVE SCHAEM AVE EMOH AVE J Land Purchase Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 507 Water Capital Development Fee 930,000 Design Services Costs 35,000 Engineering Services Costs 30,000 Construction Costs 850,000 Project Management Costs 15,000 Equipment Costs Other Total 930,000 Total 930,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-74 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-9 Schaefer Avenue 20" Water Main Replacement (to 30") Supplemental Comments: This project may be completed depending on negotiations with the City of Chino, Monte Vista Water District, Water Facilities Authorigty (WFA), and the completion of other projects during fiscal year 1995/96. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: This project will require a permit from the City of Chino. Other Remarks: City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-1G Yorba Avenue 16 Inch Water Main Installation Project Description This project will install 2,600 feet of water line and two valves in Yorba Avenue from Los Serranos Road to Birdfarm Road. Project Justification This 16 inch water line (low pressure zone) through this section of Chino Hills will improve the flow between Butterfield and Los Serranos. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) Yes Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Project Location Project Funding Summary: t Page 1 of 2 U-75 'M MO W13 ►AWWAY Land Purchase Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 507 Water Capital Development Fee 184,000 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs 24,000 Construction Costs 160,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 184,000 Total 184,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) 136-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-76 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title W-10 Yorba Avenue 16 Inch Water Main Installation Supplemental Comments: The design for this project is under way by ASL Consulting Engineers (A96-32) for both the 24 inch reclaimed water line and this 16" potable water line. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: The reclaimed water portion of this design project is part of the ASL Consulting Engineers design contract (A96-32). s Other Remarks: City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title 4 D-1 Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks and Slope Protection Barriers Project Description Project Location The installation of two trash racks and two slope protection barriers at unprotected storm drain inlets/outlets along Butterfield Ranch Road between Soquel Canyon Parkway and Hidden Canyon Lane. Project Justification This is the second phase to provide installation of slope protection barriers and trash racks on Butterfield Ranch Road to prevent unwanted objects from entering the channels. 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 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 100,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 100,000 SoWEL dMY� sn---, ------1- CHINO HILLS STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund 001 City of Chino Hills Source General Fund Pagel of 2 U-77 �% pW AVE Amount 100,000 Total 100.000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-78 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title D-1 Butterfield Ranch Road Storm Drain Trash Racks and Slope Protection Barriers Supplemental Comments: Page 2 of 2 The project storm drains are located in an area currently underpopulated 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 five feet in elevation drops from the road surface. There are no accessible roads for cleaning trucks and backhoes to reach the long underground storm drains through the inlets or outlets. With the trash racks, bulky materials and human activity will be reduced. Therefore, the cost and time of maintenance will also be reduced. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None Other Remarks: None City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET PROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title E-1 Sewer Manhole Modifications Project Description This project will remove the existing platforms from the deep sewer manholes. Project Justification The platforms limit the maintenance access. The deep sewer manholes are located in Village Center Drive, east of Chino Hills Parkway. Furthermore, the platforms are no longer permitted by Cal OSHA. Project Location 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 Other Land Acquisition Costs 501 Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 40,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 40,000 Source Sewer Utility J Page 1 of 2 U-79 Amount 40,000 Total 40,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 U-so CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title E-1 Sewer Manhole Modifications Supplemental Comments: None. Impact on Operations: None. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: None. 6 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Other Remarks: None. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-1 Woodview Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller 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 Project Location Project Funding Summary: J Page 1 of 2 U-81 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 001 General Fund 55,500 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 55,500 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 55,500 Total 55,500 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-82 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-1 Woodview Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: There will be an initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Coordination with the Edison Company is necessary for the installation of new services. 6 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 1996-97 Project Code I Project Title P-2 Strickling Park Path Repair Project Description Repair approximately 200 square feet of asphalt path and seal 15,000 square feet; install sidewalk drains, shoring and repair erosion. Project Justification Repair erosion on path and install drains to prevent further damage. Seal path to prevent moisture damage. 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: Page 1 of 2 U-83 'JOW MUS FARMAr Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 001 General Fund 25,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Constructiop Costs 25,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 25,000 Total 25,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-84 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY Project Code Project Title P-2 I Strickling Park Path Repair Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Will eliminate the need to continually repair the path. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A 4 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 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 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-3 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, 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 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 125,200 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 125,200 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 040 City of Chino Hills Source L&LZone 1-A Page 1 of 2 U-85 W Z J iL a VI .AGE I Amount 125,200 Total 125,200 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-86 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-3 Rolling Ridge Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: The project amount includes approximately $30,000 for tree planting that will be reimbursed via a California Department of Forestry tree grant upon successful completion. Impact on Operations: There will be an Initial increase in water demand until the plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A 0 Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-4 Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system and augment existing plant material. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, 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 0 Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs Z37,800 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 237,800 Project Location RqR' Project Funding Summary: Fund 121 045 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-HD L & L Zone 1-HD c Pagel of 2 U-87 Amount 63,700 174,100 Total 237,800 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-88 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-4 Los Ranchos Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: The project amount includes approximately $30,000 for tree planting that will be reimbursed via a California Department of Forestry tree grant upon successful completion. Impact on Operations: There will be an initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A 4 Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUALBUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code I Project Title P-5 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, replace controllers, install new controller 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 vroteCt La Project Funding Summary: x Page 1 of 2 U-89 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 045 L & L Zone 1-HD 31,600 Design Services Costs 0 121 L & L Zone 1-HD 31,600 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 63,200 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 63,200 Total 63,200 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-90 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-5 Oaks Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: There will be an initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: It will be necessary to coordinate new electrical services with N/A the Edison Company. r City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-6 Automated Irrigation System Expansion Project Description This project will remove existing controllers and replace with Motorola compents. Project Justification Expand motorola system within Oaks and Los Ranchos Villages. 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 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 250,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 250,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 045 City of Chino Hills Source L & L Zone 1-HD w Page 1 of 2 U-91 Amount 250,000 Total 250,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-92 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-6 Automated Irrigation System Expansion Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: The automated system is laborious to install and labor intensive to monitor and may require additional staffing or consultants. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET Page 1 of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY U-93 FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-7 Lot X Slope Repairs Project Description Complete superficial repairs to Lot X. Project Justification The Community Development Department has identified slope stability problems with an existing open space slope. Analysis and repair recommendations have been provided and are the subject of this request. 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 Design Services Costs 14,400 Engineering Servicrs Costs 16,500 Construction Costs 101,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 131,900 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 045 City of Chino Hills Source Zone 1-HD Amount 131,900 Total 131,900 1 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J U-94 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-7 Lot X Slope Repairs Supplemental Comments: Additional slope stabilization may be required. A determination will be made by consultants and the Building and Safety Division. Impact on Operations: Slope revegetation may also be required. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: This project will involve engineering and geotechnical N/A consultants. 6 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-8 Momingfield Drive Playground Installation Project Description Install small playground in pocket park. Project Justification Residents have approached staff about the installation of playground equipment. The Parks and Recreation Commission recommended that the project proceed. 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: i Page 1 of 2 U-95 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 045 L & L Zone 1-HD 20,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 20,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 20,000 Total 20,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) bG-150 U-96 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-8 Morningfield Drive Playground Installation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: There will be increased playground maintenance. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: N/A N/A a City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-9 Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Augment existing plants and trees, irrigation retrofit, and major facilities improvements. Project Justification It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, 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 Project Location Project Funding Summary: 1 Pagel of 2 U-97 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 050 L & L Zone 1-13 7,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 7,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 7,000 Total 7,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-98 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-9 Green Valley Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: Irrigation site analysis has identified design deficiencies which result in poor irrigation coverage. Sprinkler head and valve change -outs are required to reach acceptable coverage and irrigation efficiency. Impact on Operations: Upon completion, the project should result in water conservation. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Coordination with the Edison Company is necessary for the installation of new services. Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-19 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Project Location Augment existing plants and trees, irrigation retrofit, and major facilities improvements. 'Z 1 Project Justification I It is necessary to replace components within the aging irrigation system, raise irrigation heads, and place drought tolerant plant material in order to 1 ' maintain acceptable landscaping. I I 1 I 1 Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No r Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Project Funding Summary: Expense Amount t J Pagel of 2 U-99 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 065 L & L Zone 1-DD 36,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Services Costs 0 Construction Costs 36,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 36,000 Total 36,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 J U-100 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-10 Butterfield Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: There will be an initial increase in water demand until plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A i Other Remarks: N/A City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a J ANNUAL BUDGET Page i of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-11 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Project Description Modify existing irrigation system, install new controller 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 Project Location Project Funding Summary: 4 U-101 Land Purchase 0 Fund Source Amount Other Land Acquisition Costs 0 071 L & L Zone 1-M 70,000 Design Services Costs 0 Engineering Servit;es Costs 0 Construction Costs 70,000 Project Management Costs 0 Equipment Costs 0 Other 0 Total 70,000 Total 70,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-102 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-11 Rincon Village Irrigation and Plant Renovation Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: There will be an initial increase in water demand until new plants mature. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: N/A 4 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 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-12 Sunset Park Project Description Construction of improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification The park will be constructed by the William Lyon Company as a condition of development. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 240,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 550,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 790,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Fund 027 028 Source Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee Page 1 of 2 U-103 Amount 550,000 240,000 Total 790,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-104 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-12 Sunset Park Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Upon acceptance of the park, maintenance costs will increase in Zone 1-HD. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Project design has been reviewed by the Parks and Recreation N/A Commission and the City Council. City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG=150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-13 Neighborhood Park (Tract 14652) Project Description Construction of improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification The park will be constructed by Kaufman and Broad as a condition of development. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 480,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 625,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 1,105,000 Project Location Project Funding Summary: Page 1 of 2 U-105 Fund Source Amount 027 Park Facilities Fee 625,000 028 Parkland Fee 480,000 Total 1,105,000 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-106 ANNUAL BUDGET Page 2of2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-13 Neighborhood Park (Tract 14652) Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Upon acceptance of the park, maintenance costs will increase in Zone 1-M. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Project design has been reviewed by the Parks and Recreation N/A Commission and the City Council. 0 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-14 Sports Park (Tract 14426) Project Description Construction of improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification This park will be constructed as a condition of development. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 960,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs Design Services Costs Engineering Servicks Costs Construction Costs 1,300,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 2,260,000 Project Location swtt CWo" l - - - - - PRGJ= sm - 1 CHINO HILLS STATE PARK Protect Funding Summary: Fund 027 028 City of Chino Hills Source Park Facilities Fee Parkland Fee I Page 1 of 2 U-107 PINE AVE Amount 1,300,000 960,000 Total 2,260,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-108 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-14 Sports Park (Tract 14426) Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Upon acceptance of the park, maintenance costs will increase in Zone 1-M. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Project design has been reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City Council. i 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 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-15 Equestrian Park (Tract 14652) Project Description Construction of improvements within the designated park site. Project Justification This park will be constructed as a condition of development. Other related Capital Project? (If yes, see comment section) No Is Project consistent with General Plan? Yes Project Expense Summary: Expense Amount Land Purchase 140,000 Other Land Acquisition Costs Design Services Costs Engineering Services Costs Construction Costs 320,000 Project Management Costs Equipment Costs Other Total 460,000 Project Location P80J= SM --� • SOWM a!!� `-----I— CHINO HILLS STATE PARK Project Funding Summary: Fund Source 027 Park Facilities Fee 028 Parkland Fee City of Chino Hills tr Page 1 of 2 U-109 Amount 320,000 140,000 Total 460,000 (Rev. 10-94) BG-150 U-110 ANNUAL BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Project Code Project Title P-15 Equestrian Park (Tract 14652) Supplemental Comments: N/A Impact on Operations: Upon acceptance of the park, maintenance costs will increase in Zone 1-M. Involvement of Other Parties with Project: Other Remarks: Project design has been reviewed by the Parks and Recreation N/A Commission and the City Council. a Page 2 of 2 City of Chino Hills (Rev. 10-94) BG-150a