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Final Budget FY 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 I I I I I CITY OF Po C WAY ALIFORNIA . Proposed Fmancial P rogram Fiscal Years 2003 - 2004 2004 - 2005 1 I I - I I I I I I CITY OF POWAY I CITY COUNCIL AND REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY I I I I I I MICKEY CAF AGNA, MAYOR AND CHAIRMAN I BETTY REXFORD, DEPUTY MAYOR AND VICE-CHAIRMAN BOB EMERY I JAY GOLDBY DON HIGGINSON I I I I I I I I ~ I -.. 1 1 1 1 I I CITYOFPOWAY 1 1 i BUDGET REVIEW COMMITTEE , I 1 ! I i t 1 , MERRfLEE BOYACK 1 BARBARA LERMA RICHARD HOWARD 1 CHRISTOPHER MARK NELSON 1 BRUCE TARZY I I I Prepared by- 1 Administrative Services Department Warren Shafer; Director Peter Moote, Deputy Director 1 Andrew White, Finance Manager I . ,I I, 1 I 1 CITYOFPOWAY 1 DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS 1 I CITY MANAGER JAMES L. BOWERSOX I DEPUTY CITY MANAGER I PENNY RILEY I 1 CITY ATTORNEY DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES STEPHEN M. ECKIS NIALL FRITZ I I CITY CLERK DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS I 1 LORI ANNE PEOPLES JAMES R. HOWELL DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE I SERVICESIITREASURER DIRECTOR OF REDEVELOPMENT SERVICES WARREN H. SHAFER DEBORAH JOHNSON I DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR OF SAFETY SERVICES I ROBERT A. CLARK MARK A. SANCHEZ I I I I I - 1 I I , I I ! t ! I I i i 1 I CITYOFPOWAY I REDEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE I I I 1 ! 1 I OA VIO CHURCHILL ! I I , I i ALAN OUSI I I i I JOAN HOOPER ! I I F I , PHILLIP JELSMA ! ! ! I I ! MARGARET LESTER [ CATHY LEXfN I 1 KA THLEEN MUELA I I ! ANTHONY PAGANO ! TOM TREMBLE I I ! I BOB WOLINSKI , I MARGARET ZAJDEL I 1 I I I i ! I .. ,I 1 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Guide to Reading the BudgetDoctiment i 1 City Manager:s Letter. of Transm inal.,.,..................."..",..."...............................""".,.,.............,..,.......",................. vi i Program Expenditures"""",..............".,..,..,.,."...,..........................".,."."""........,..........,..,.".,.,.."... .........,....,...,.",. ix Budget by Fund.......,.""..""""",...............,....,..,...,.....,.......................,.,.,.,."""...,.....,.,.........,.,.",., .",..,..............,.... xi 1 Employee Positions, Classifications, and Salary Ranges ..............................,..._................................................ xvii Revenues by Funds and Sources I I Summary of Sources and Uses of Funds........................,..................................,..,..................,................................ 11 I Fund ,Activity Detai I,.,. '" ,'........................... .....,.',... .... ...... ,.. ....,......,., ".., ",.'................ ....... ,.,." ,.', '. .,'.., ,.... .......... ,... 17 I General Fund..,..,........,.....,.......,."....,..,...........,...,....,.",.""."",."...............,.,.,.,..,.,."",....,......,.. ..............., I 8 State Economic Uncertainty Fund............................,......m........................,..,.........................,.................. 19 Street Improvement - Gas Tax Fund (Fund 211) 20 I i Street Development Funds (Funds 221 & 222)...........................,..,........................................................... 21 Proposition' A' Sales Ta.x Funds (Fund 223').........,.....,....,...................,...................,.............,................., 22 Traffic Congestion AB 2928 Fund (Fund 224) 23 I I Drainage Fund (Funds 231 & 232) 24 GranHunds (Funds 241 thru 250; 253 and 254) 25 i Developer & Habitat Mitigation In-Lieu Funds 26 I I Special Assessment Districts (Funds 261 ,275) 27 I Fire Protection Fund (Fund 280)......,....................................,... ,.............................., ........,...................... 28 I 800 MHz System Fund (Fund 281)...............,........ ............................,........, '....,..............."................. 29 I ! Park Improvement Fund (Fund 411) 30 ~ Municipal Improvement Fund (Fund 421) 31 , ~ Capital Improvement Projects -Old Coach Waterline 32 ! I , Capital Improvement Projects, City Office Building 33 I i Debt Service Fund (Fund 311) 34 { Debt Service Fund - Community Facilities District #1 35 I , Debt Service Fund - Community Facilities District #88,1 .............,...... 36 1 I Debt Service Fund - High Valley Road 37 Debt Service Fund, Old Coach Waterline 38 I Water Fund (Fund 510).......,.........................,........,.., ........,......................... ....mm ..........................'...... 39 I I Sewer Fund (Fund 520) 40 Capital Replacement Fund (611 & 617)........,...........,.. ................................, '......m ,.........,..,..,......,........ 41 I I i Library Endowment Fund (Fund 712).... m......'...........................,.......,..,...........................,.. ....m............ 42 I I Trust Funds (Fund 714-776 43 I I Bond Interest and Redemption 45 I Statement of Fund Balances 47 I I I Redevelopment Agency Loans Payable to City 51 ! i 1 Department Operating Budgets.........................., ..,.... ,..,....,....................,........'..,.., ....,. "............,.....,..,..,....,.....,. 55 I 1 Legislative and Administrative: City Council 56 1 Legislative and Administrative: City Clerk 60 J Legislative and Administrative: City Attorney 64 ~ I ~ Legislative and Administrative: City Manager 68 I Departmentof Administrative Services 72 , Department of Community Services 90 , , Departl11entofDevelopment Services 106 1 I , Del{artmentofPublic Works 122 Department'of Safety Services 152 I .1 I I TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Poway Community Programs.........................................................................."................,.............................,165 I City ofPow'ayCajlital Improvement Program 179 I Parks,and'Recreation Plan Map......................... ................ '... "........ .... ............ ,..,.. ,..,.." ................... ,........', n............. 231 Poway Redevelopment Program: Revenue by Funds and Sources .233 I Statement of Fund Balances .237 Fund Activity Detail .241 Redevelopment Agency - Administration Fund (Fund 437) ,242 I Redevelopment Agency - Debt Service Fund (Fund 321 )....,......,......... ...................,......., n,...........243 Redevelopment Agency - Capital Improvement Projects - 1986 Tax Allocation Bond....................244 Redevelopment Agency - Capital Improvement Projects - 1989 Tax Allocation Bond.......,............245 I Redevelopment Agency - Capital Improvement Projects - 1990A TAB .246 Redevelopment Agency - Capital Improvement Projects - 1993 TAB .247 Redevelopment Agency - 1991 Certilicates of Participation Fund .248 I Redevelopment Agency - Capital Improvement Projects Fund (Fund 436)......,........., ," ,...............249 Redevelopment Agency' Capital Improvement Projects General Fund Loans .250 Redevelopment Agency, Capital Improvement Projects Sewer Fund Loans....,....,..,n...........,........25I Redevelopment Agcncy - Capitallmprovcment Projects - 2001 TAB .252 1 Redevelopment Agency - LowfModerate Income Housing Fund (Fund 471) ,253 I Redevelopment Agency - Non-Prolit Capacity Building Fund (Fund 472) .254 Redevelopment Agency - LowfMod Capital Improvement Projects - 2001 TAB .255 I 1 Redevelopment Agency - Poinsettia Mobile Home Parks (Funds 291 & 292) ,256 Rcdevelopment Agency - Poway Royal Mobile Home Park Fund (Fund 293) 257 Redevelopment Agency - Haley Mobile Home Park Administration Fund (Fund 294) .258 1 Redevelopment Agency - Housing Administration/Capital Replacement 259 Bond Interest and Redemption 261 Poway Redevelopment Agency - Administrative Operating Budget .263 I Redevelopment Agency Organization Chart 264 Director of Redevelopment Services 266 Redevelopment 268 I Economic DevelopmenL.....................".. n,.... ......... .......... ......, ,'.,. n," ...... ,............... .......... ,........ 270 Housing Programs 272 Housing Administration Organizat I ion Chart .274 I Housing Administration 276 Poinsettia Family Mobilehome Park .278 Poinsenia Senior Mobilehome Park .280 I PowayRoyal Estates Mobilehome Park.., n..".............,............,...." "nn.."'.......................,..,.........,282 Redevelopment J.\gency Program Overview - Housing Programs .285 Redevelopment Agency Capital Improvement Program ,293 I Map' Paguay Redevelopment Project Area.............,........................, nnn..'...'.........................,......'........ ....339 Appendix A ' Resolution Adopting 2003,2004 and 2004-2005 City Financial Program 341 1 Appen~ixBuResoluticl11Adopting 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 Redevelopment Agency Financial Program.............347 Appetidix"C- Chart of Expense Accounts and Detinitions.....,..",..,........n,.........,................................................n..... 351 APpendix D-Cnart of Revenue Accounts and Delinitions 367 Appendix E -, City Council Immediate and Short-Tern1 Goals 383 I I I I GUIDE TO READING THE BUDGET DOCUMENT I Every year the City of Poway prepares a budget for the upcoming fiscal year which serves as the City's financial plan. Although the budget serves as a control document for the City Council and I staff, its primary purpose is to provide information to citizens and other interested parties about the financial health and activities of the City as a municipal corporation. 1 This guide was'prepared to assist citizens and other individuals who may not be familiar with public budgeting and finance to read and interpret this document. A great deal of information is provided in I the budget beyund dollars and cents. One just needs to know how and where to look for it! Getting Started I An excellent place to begin to examine the budget is the City Manager's Letter of Transmittal which provides a philosophical as well as factual summary of the City's financial plan. I Next, the Budget by Fund pages show expenditures for each Department and its divisions spread I across the City's major funds. You will note that the General Fund shows expenditures for all Departments, while the other funds show expenditures only for certain departments. This is another illustration of the fund accounting nature of govemment which restricts certain revenues to I expenditures for limited purposes. The next ,pages summarize and describe the City's work force. The number of authorized full,time I positions is shown in comparison to the prior year New positions and position deletions are mentioned by title. Each full-time job classification authorized in the budget is then listed alphabetically by title with its corresponding monthly srilaryrange. I Next, you will notice that the budget is actually divided into two plans. One is the Operating and I Capital Budget of the City The other is the Operating and Capital Budget of the Poway Redevelopment Agency An operating budget is the financial plan for the day-to-day operations of the City or the Agency; a capital budget is the financial plan for acquiring or constructing major I municipal facilities such as streets, drainage systems, and parks. The City's Operating Budget I The first section following this guide is "Revenues by Fund and Source." This group of pages outlines the.City's revenues, or the dollar resources the City receives. 1 Govemment's account for money in funds, which separate available dollars according to how theyinay be used. The largest fund is the General Fund whose revenues may be used to provide I antgovernmentservice. Other funds are restricted as to how their revenues may be used. There will be nlOfe infonnation on the City's various funds later in this document :1 0 i ~ I Guide to Reading the Budget Document I Page 2 Notice that the revenues are shown by fund and by revenue type; for example, "Property I Taxes-Current," under the General Fund. Every type of revenue has a four-digit number in front of it In the back of the budget document is the "Chart of Revenue Accounts and Definitions," Appendix D The four-digit numbers are listed in ascending order and next to each is a description of each I rcvenue type. Analyzing the Citls revenues will give you an idea of where the City gets its money, how much of it is restricted, and how much may be used for general purposes. You will also be able to compare amounts of money between the prior fiscal year and the proposed/approved new fiscal I years. Key' . 2001-02 2002-03 2003,04 2004-05 Actual Approved Proposed Proposed 7111 Property Taxes-Current $4,782,848 $5,250,930 $5,653,360 $5,979,480 I This number identifies the The total The project The The projected revenue source in the actual ed revenue projected revenue for Revenue Chart of Accounts revenue for for fiscal revenue for fiscal year I and Descriptions in the f1scal year 2002-03 fiscal year 2004,05 Appemlix 0 year in the final 2003-04 budget. I Following the Revenue pages is the "Summary of Sources and Uses of Funds." These pages list all of the Citls major fimd types, describe them and display summarized dollar amounts of money going I into and out of each fund. These numbers are broken down into more detail on the pages following the Summary Note that the page numbers directing you to each fund's detail are referenced in each fund description. I The Fund Activity Detail pages allow comparison of prior year budgets' actual flow of money, in as revenues, and out as expenditures or transfers. . Some funds have borrowed money (incurred debt) through the issuance of bonds. On the page I following the Fund Activity Detail pages is a summary of the bonded indebtedness of each fund. These dollars are used to repay interest and principal on the debt Next, as a grand summary, the "Statement of Fund Balances and Reserves" follows all the previous I pages described. The City's major fimds are listed vertically on the left-hand side of the page. Horizontally, dollar amounts are ,shown to track the status of each fund from its beginning balance I through to its expected year-end position. After the Statement of Fund Balances and Reserves, more detail regarding the expenditure side ofthe I budget is provided, again moving from summary to detaiL I 11 I I I I Guide,to Reading the BudgetDocument Page 3 I The Program Expenditures page lists the seven major City departments and what each plans to spend in the three major program expenditure categories: I ] Personnel -1be cost of salaries, fringe benefits and other employee-related costs. I 2. Operations and Maintenance - The cost of doing business day to day in supplies, materials, and servIces. I 3, Capital Outlay -TIle cost of major nonrecurring purchases 01'$500 or more with a useful life of three or more years. Examples are office furniture, vehicles and larger pieces of equipment. I It is common for the total of all program expenditures to be referred to as "the budget," even though it is only the expenditure side of the entire budget picture. I What follows next is the heart of the City's Operating Budget detaiL For each of the City's seven major departments, an actiyity overview is provided in which the major expenditure I categories-,personnel, operations and maintenance, and capital outJay--are summarized and compared to prior ycars. A narrative commentary providing a description of the composition of the department and its purpose in the governmental organization is backed up by an organization chart I on the facing page, Following the Departmental Overview, each di vision of the department will show two facing pages I of activity detaiL The narrative page includes a description of the major functions ofthe diyision, the division's goals and objectives, work load activity statistics for prior and proposed years, and a section entitled Significant Activity Program Changes. I This last section points out and explains larger dollar increases or decreases and the expense account where each significant activity program change is reflected. I The facing page contains the actual dollar amounts to be spent to achieve the division's goals and I objectives. You will note that the major expenditure categories (personnel, operations and maintenance, and capital outlay) are further divided into particular types of expenditures, I Each,expenditure type has a three-digit number preceding it. In the back of the budget book is the "Chart'ofExpense Accounts and Definitions," Appendix C Expense account numbers are listed in 'order, Withadefinitionfollowing each one. These definitions give a more detailed description of . What costs are included in each expense account. I 0 III I I Guide to Reading the Budget Document I Page 4 In comparing the expense aCCotll1t dollar amounts between fiscal years, the narrative section, I Significant Activity Program Changes, is the key to explainingmajor differences. Kev: I 2001,02 2002,03 2002,03 2003,04 2004-05 I Actual Approved Estimated Proposed Proposed 4922, Printing $287 $300 $295 $300 $300 I This number The The The The The identifies the actual approved estimated proposed proposed I expense account amount budget amount budget budget in the Expense spent in amount for spent in amount for amount for Chart of Accounts FY 01-02. FY 02,03 FY 02-03 FY 03,04 FY 04-05 I and Descriptions. Ibe numbers in parentheses next to Position Titlesindicate when there is more than one position of I that title authorized. If there is an IT, PT and/or T after the Position Title, this indicates that the position is full-time, pmHime, and/or temporary I The City's Capital Improvement Budl!:et Capital Projects are the acquisition or construction of major public facilities such as streets, sewers, I water systems, parks, and government buildings. They are often the kind of projects that take more I thml one budget year to complete. The Capital Improvement Budget shows fimding sources as well as project budgets and expenditmes I over multiple budget years. The Progrmn Overview pages indicate which funds are contributing to the Capital, Improvement I Program, suminarize expenditures by type of improvement, and provide the proposed years' appropriation activity, aswell as totallife-to,date appropriations. The Program Detail pages list each project with a short description and code nwnber corresponding I to the activity. Appropriations by fimd, as well as life-to-date expenditure and encwnbfance activity are also reported. I I , 'v I I I I Guide to , Reading the Budget Document Page 5 I 1be doliar amounts budgeted for the proposed tiscal year can be tied back to the operating budget's "Statement of Fund Balances and Reserves" under the Capital Projects COllUl1ll, I The Powav Redevelopment Agenev Budget I The organization chart of the Agency indicates its relationship to the City of Poway- The City Council aCts as the Agency's Board of Directors, and the City Manager is its Exccutive Director I The budget ofthe Redevelopment Agency is patterned after the City's budget and includes the same elementsc-an operating and a capital improvement budget Revenues of the Agency, like those of the City, are listed by the taur-digit account numbers found in Appendix D Fund activity detail 1 pages follow, and the Agency has its own "Statement of Fund Balances and Reserves." The operating budget covers the day-to-day administrative affairs of the Agcncy Note that the I forrnat of the Agency's operating budget detail parallels that of the City's operating budget The Redevelopment Agency Capital Improvement Budget is set up using the same format as the City's I Capital Improvement Budget More Information is Available I The Administrativc Services Department prepares the budget document you have just read about In addition to the published document, City staff retains files of detailed backup materiaL I Backup documentation is reviewed by the Budget Review Committee, which is appointed from among Poway's citizens by the City CounciL This Committee spends many hours with staff each I year prior to budget adoption, examining the detail behind the proposed budget These files are also available tix review by the general public, by appointment with the Administrative Services Department, as early as the month of May prior to a new tiscal year I The Budget is considered by the City Council in public hearings at every regular City Council I meeting in June. Public comment is invited and will be considered by the City Council at these hearings. I In addition to the above, any person having questions about the financial plan may contact the Administrative Services Department We are pleased to answer any inquiries to the best of our ability I I c I v 1 1 I 1 I I I I I i ! M I I I B I I i , I ~ . I I I I I I I I I I CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAM: 2003-2004 AND 2004-2005 EMPLOYEE POSITIONS, CLASSIFICATIONS, AND SALARY RANGES I 1 CITY OF POWAY 1 AUTHORIZED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT 1 1 Legislative and Administrative 11 10 i I Administrative <;ervices 29 1.50 27 I 75 27 ] 75 Community Seryices 25 23.50 26 28.50 26 I 28.50 1 Development Services 35 ,50 36 .50 36 .50 I Public Works 80 4.20 82 4.80 82 4.80 Safety Services 60 56 56 1 Redevelopment Services 10 ]0 10 1 l-lousingServices I .30 I 30 ] 15 1 1 1 1 i I I 1 1 'Full Time [(J!I,,,d.,nt 1 I -- .----CITyC)F POWAY posiTioN CLA'SSIFICATIONS" --'--'-i 1 - ,.. ! 1 Info-;';;;ati';,n SxstemsMan~ge; -,,. '- .. 78", "" .,,-. 6':io7~7541"'- -6'204 ::;i5-4i~ ." ---'Infom;'~;i~n Sysi~~sT~~h~i~i~;-'----"- -------'-53 ..'... .~-"' 3347':-4'06il--- --3347,4068-, ~-,; ::~.-~__t~:fi~~;~~e~~~[-j~~~c~frf~;~_~~':'.'=.:~,:" ,-, ,~,~~=:~=~=,= - ::'I~~;=~~j~~ ",':":~:,,.,~{~f~~K:__~._j 1 I _....!:~~.d"L.i.fe~~,~rd!~9u~tics Specialist.,,____._ ._,__.l.2.__ .._..,2~68 :287J,_"" ~?~,2822..._, I 1 Lifeguard 29 1850,2249 1850,2249 : ..".."..,..,'".. """.--,...----" ,-...-"""----,..---,, ."...--- ""--' ..'.-,,-- "----,,.------, ---..--,--,--...,--,--. 1 LifeguardfSwim Instructor 35 2146,2608 2146, 2608 : ~..".,_"'~,.._.._.._._..__..._...__. ,____,.__._..,...,~._.,.. _ __, "._"'_" .__,__..__ ~~,....,.__._"_,_.,....".,,__.,__.._.._..__M^'_'._'__,,,~ . "_n_...___'____""""__ ._..J ,lVlana~ementAnalyst , , '," 65 ""'""". 4501,5471 4501-5471, I ,---' M~;;~g~;;;-~;;t;\;~ist~;;t ' ,--,---"..,,- '" ",. 6i--' ,~.. - "'4077:4956" '...-.-4077,4956---..--..' i --:-:'~i~;~d~~~~~:~:~~~r". 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'---"'''''','-' ""-, ,,_..,',-._-, -- --" I Parks Maintenance Worker II 45 2747,3339 2747,3339 , Publi~ WorksOperatio;;Ma~ager'7'8-- ,--,- 6204 ,7541' 6204~754',H'" --"1 ~..~~~'M~~.~"=_'",,,,,,,,~,,,,.,,,,,,,....,,..,_,~,,.,,,,..,.......... ............... .. ._'.._'.'_W_'"w.~, "",_'M~_W" ~.,_ '~"_~M~'_"__'_~'_"_"'_~_"_"'~~ __._,.~.~_.~._.,"~~~u~,~: Public Works Program Coordinator 62 4179,5080 4179: 5080 PublicWorks Shop 43 1 ' I -'----'''2614':3T7"il --: 1 -~,. ,~".<^.~, -~"-'--'~'~""'-"--'-"~'._" -- " u R~.:.ept~?nist __,__ "'.".,,,.. _. ___ ,21,' 2~73__",,2.!9~:2.(i?~, I Records Technician 47 2886,3508 2886,3508 r Recreaii'~';[~~;der i........-' - .-.- 29'- --- 1850,2249 -,----, 185-0-:2249--- -'-, r.... ,,-'-,-- ,-..., --" ..".. ,..,..-,, ,-~-- ,,-,,---- -'''--' ,'-'-,--u'm'. 1 Recreation Leader II 33 2042,2482 2042,2482 l,w_~ ,~.~ _ '_*',~",.._..~_. _.__..__.n.~._.., . __"M'.._'.._wwm'.~ . ._ .__._..,,_. ~-^.,,^.,__.._._,~~. _~..._ , RecreationSpecialist ,,39 2368 - 2879 2368,2879 , Re~;~atio;;Super~is~; ,---,-- 56 3-604,4381- - 360'4-,438"'-; -'--- ~:I~fili~~~~:~;::i-i~io.r_-.- ,_.~,--;~ _ "::::=;{5{:m ~,''''1~'6~:~tl~.:::::::J 1 Redevelopment Project Administrator 69 4968 :6039 4968,6039 ) ,._, Rev.<:,,!?e..a~d:r.i~i~~ss c\.cti~iiyi;;:l;;nag<:.,-_ .- -__ 78 _ ,._ 6204' fs:4,L. -'-::6204 :::~II=-':::::"J 1 ' Seasonal ParksfOpen Space Worker 36 2199,2673 2199,2673 , ,___ ',___._,__.. , __ ___ ",'''", ..', ,..____, ._-,.. ""--._,, --, ,1 .. SeniQr Accountant 69 4968 ' 6039 4968,6039 ' 1,-" .."..,-.-- -"" ----..-. .--- '-,,' ..,--- ,-..-,.... 1 Senior Administrative Assistant 49 3032 - 3685 3032 - 3685 i '-..::::~~;~;_~::~1~~~~rc\~alyst~:=:,=': '::=:_= 6~S "::='- :~~~ ~15jf' '~~I:=~~};_. ==.! 1 Senior Planner 70 5092 ' 6190 5092 ' 6190 ' -, .."........ --,- -.. ,-,- -,-_....- i J;;~~~..~~~I>~W~~ii~:~l;;f;~;. 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CITY OF POW AY POSITION CLASSIFICATIONS I ';'\."/h$~. ;-:::....-:.~/i""':~'P"'". ;F~;i'j;_"..-:^_ik<,:j;-~..-;~.JN;it>h..:-:;,>i.::.-';y::;jie;:_':'..!.:._:..,....''''.'''..'.;'.'. _:ft."."'-:Ji:.:".'J..iE/!i?-:i-:,,-,.0fi'.".-".':-:.1!h;."~:-::;;;;0'f'._..,:<r..~;;1fj.1~.,..._:.iE%!A-;i;Pff:"'f''f-~._.'_.'':; .:."",""\J."nr.__;;3RY?200. .3.,.,.. 2.. O.O.4-.i,:;-TZ.,t';'!(liJj1..'.'[f1.._-..F.,.Y;200i1_7200....S, '-~=. ~'1f,r,jff':~~", .. ", _~__,_",.'_...'_ .-,-""'7'-"'.. ._"__"_"__...-___M"""'''"___"n._..._,~."."_,-_.,,.''_'__.M._x"_"'__.j;,='w'""'0___~.__""._,.rlc'..1~_",M.""._"'._.._~.,,",_."'."_..-0;".-,;,.,,.,_,__.,"'_,...-,.;;m~'"'"":;;;~___"'."'."'_.',_'"',"'.,_"',.,.,.._"^~'^"""'%^'_,,"'__,...,.,,,._,,'''xJ'-'~:;'''''___.,,-.~~.,._~~,_"~...........~~ii%fs~';'_""-":$JJ.~ : Accountant 58 3786 - 4602 3786 -- 4602 . i ----A~c~~-;;;i;;_g'T~~h~i~;~I;T-- --- -, --- - ----- 40------- --------2428:2951------- ----2428"':295T- __ _,_,.,e,_....._.__ '_~_"."_"_"'_"_"_"_'_' _'^~ _'M'~ m~""_"'_"" ,.,"~._~ -,-'__,"~"___" ^^~._-~....._-_.,..~- ~---~-~-_..-.._~,.._, '---'1 I 1 --:_~;~i~~~:iiT::1~~i:~nrL_ -- -:::==_----.______~_: =====-:=--~i~-::mi=::==}f~~: ~~~~=-=_=j Administrative Assistant II 39 2368 - 2879 2368 - 2879 .-- ------------------------ -.- . - --- ---- . -- ------- - ---- -------- ---_._----._-----_.._----~ Administrative Assistant III 45 2747 - 3339 2747 - 3339 i I ---==~~:~s\i~t~~t,~ii~~~~~;Z;;Ji;t-- --: --- -- --.:-=-:-~~ =--:::-.- ~~~-:~~iF===::-=--~f~~~~ti~==::_:j -- ....------ .-.----- --,----- -.---.. -----------.--,,--. -.-- ---.-------------.j Assistant Director of Public Works. 82. . . 6848 - 8324 ..... 6848: 8324 . ... i I f..___ ~i:~:::~}~~~~~t=_::_ -=:=: ::-_~-: _--- ~t:--: _--:-=::~~~~~HE_.'--'-~l{:J;R.__ -i ! Assistant to the City Manager 5761 - 7003 5761 - 7003 ! ._-:--......_._.y_.._....,.._...'".~_._.._._,._.._ ,",__...,_ _.._..__.._...."_v^~.._^'.. . _~'~___m..._' _,^_.~~_..t l ..Associate CiviIEngineer. . . 5220- 6344.. . . 5220 - 63441 I - -- -- -~~:;;~ri~?~~~~~~~t - --:---- -- :-:_- ---}:..:- '----' -~~F~~;I:::. - ------ -~~{r: ~~~-- .....::=! ,.~_~^..^....."......<_"._"._..~~ __......~._~..._ _""'-_wm __.._,~. __.. ,__. ~;_;. ~_"'^"_" _~'.~._._' ,......_.u~.._....._~'u_n_._....._..__.._.._.._.....__.._.,__"_,.______..__~-J _.__.....~~x ()ffic_e_C-"~r~inator _____ 4g__ _ ________ 24~8-}__95~__ _____.__....24~8._:295~_~..J I ,::___:~:;~j~ii~eer- -- --=__-- ~~ ---::.-:_-::. ---ii-~~: H~~____=ii~t ~~4~ --:::-=J 1._____ c;itJ:Plan~"E__ ___ 82 __ __ 2248 - 8324_ _ _____ 68.4~ -.!l324 _.__--' I ... , 1---~:~;,~;'f;I~~;~c~:~~;;gei ______ --:-. __ _---~: --=,__..~;~~~~j~i__ _ -Ji~t~-~~L__=j Computer Applications Coordinator 58 3786 - 4602 3786 - 4602 ! C--;~~ession Attend-;;~t".' ...-- --- ---- 36 ----2199 :-2673----- 2199-~26i3 -----1 I (?,I.l~ruEtio.~~~;F~i~n~_nc~_ (;~~_~~~er I ."'w_". '~j }'85 - 3ii2~"._.'---~^-;'~ 3 ~~~ - 3~*i~ ....=--=-j Construction,Maintenance Worker I 2488 - 3025 2488 - 3025 ! 'Mo. .. _._,."_____,,, _'_'.__W'_'_;",,~ .__..__'.'''._.._.'_ _H__" """_'''^''''.'_ _..~.,~~._._ _'_'_._~~_w_ ..1 ._"~""", ,~~^l~nstr~~~~?~_.~"::!ntenance~~M?~~cr II 45 __.._., ~7jJ - ~~39 ~2.~L-}~12-_n__ ..J I Construction Manager. ... .. 4968 - 6039 . .4968 - 6039.. . .. ! =_- co;;;;:;;cti!,~pector --::~--.::____ 55.' - 1516-42?4 :-~=J::m-4274~:---_J Cross-Connection Specialist 58 3786 - 4602 3786 - 4602 I __..__.__._..._'___.....____....._._~_ .....__...~ ._.".,., ,.,_. ~,'^._^ ~'_'W~.~+'_ "~'.'~~______ ___"__.'''._n~__._.~_.._.~...! Customer Services Technician I 40 2428.2951 2428 - 2951 I I ---~~::~:~t~~~f~:: ~~~~j;~~_[r. .-~ ~:---- :~ . -;f~~: ~~~~ .. .....--=-::m~:::~m-=-::=:l - Depart~1~;;t-6i;~ctor - __ -- 88.. . 7942 - 9654- -----7942:-9654--__-<1 I ,_-:_ ~:~~:~~f~-~;f~gerHH--:-~=:p _ 88 _~__L ~;~i~:J~t --.-:: ~~~i_::~~~L~~::l '.. .peputy Di"rect()E ()r,~?~,inistratiye~<:ry.!,~~s 82 .. 6848 ~,,8324 . 68~~__~ 8324. ' . j -- - Developm;~tSe;vicesT~~hn;~ia~---- 50 --- - 3108-- 3777. - --:li08 :3777.----1 I --OiEector of Aciministr~tiv~- Servic-e~.._ .. ____. __ 88__. ---7~~2 : 265:1.-_= .-794E265:1.:- -:1 Dock Attendant 27 1761-2141 1761-2141 . _" _~--'.." ~.,'^.,.< .. ... _~~,._..__ww ....-. . -...., .. ,.- .. -;~_. _...._--..-~_.. .~_.----i Economic Development Manager 78 6204 - 7541 6204 - 7541 t _'_.._m.'_'..__n. w____........ ._~_..,,^ .._~.."_~W _.__.....___._..._ _,.___" n__ ~.~...,~ I __".Iong:neeri~l;l!!"p_"etion Superv~o!!l'JPDES C..?".rd _ 69 ___._ 4968 - 6Q39. m __ _ 49~8 - 60}~_, ____ j ,..._, L ~;~f~2~~~g~~~_~:~ti~r_.________ __. ' ___;~_=, '__ -=-~m: 1~~~=~-=_ - :___ ---Ht~ : ~~H----::1 I. __..Exec~_tivef\s._s_ista'!..~tl1.e,C..._.ity M~!2"ger 61 ____ 4Q77:~22.6_m _._4.,072.:..3:. ~.2.6_..------l. ' ;--_ ~~i~~ties Ma~.I,~a_~~e Cr~,:,,_1.:E~~~r 55 35 16 - 4274 _..,,__ 3516__- _ ~??~^_,_..~ , . .Fire Oivision.(:hief 82 6848 - 8324 , ,-.--------.. -------.--------- --- .... --.---- ------- - ..- .. I i_~ii:el!01.'ginee!_________ 2599_______ . 3]62 :4599 --::=J86J:.~714_____:=_-1- '___Xire.P-,-e~ention Specialist 60 3978 - 4835 3978 - 4835 I .~._~:;~~~~:~pr~~ati~flary ----- --. ---. ~1~F:-~:~---:- - ~;~~:-~~1~ ---_:---~-~~rm~=::=-! - .. _" '________ ___________n___ -j I .. .... Firefighter/Paramedic. ... ... 249_3 ... 3389 - 4137 ... 3474 - 4240. .. I I r~~:~.t~~;~~Ktr~~i;r~~~~~i~:.n~~s~pe~isor .. - ----- :~~~: ~~~~. -::---=--=m~~~~~~r--::---~ ~,~--- ~~~~Iigr:::~~:~rlf;%:~:r;;;-- --- ~; --------m~: ~~~;-==--im-~t%~ ---::...::J I 1-... - ------ -. ---- . ------ . .--.- --- ------- -------- - .. -- -- --- - - - --~I ,_ _ ___liunial1_Re~ources Manager 78 6204 -7541 6204 -7541 1_ -.- -- .. --------- - --- ---....- ------ ---.- __m____ i ___.J:!.t:II1.':IlR.es~urces.le_c~nician _____. 3347 - 4Q6~_ _ _33~7 - 406~" I IXX , " I I I I I I I I * " M I I i I E ~ ft I I i I I I I I I I . I I I I I CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003-04 AND 2004-05 BUDGET BY FUND 0 - - """'" >.,"<-",,~,<"'"''''-'='-''''' ,,,,",",,,=."""''',",., _.~,=-,="'" """""~"="""'Y~C_N__C' .""",...,..",,,, elT\' OF POWA\' - BUDGET BY FUND FY 2003 - 04 PROPOSED Administrative 252,776 30,455 21.319 303,374 36,551 25,585 220,689 26,589 18,612 554,407 66,796 46,757 Services 252_651 100,880 100,879 454,410 291,499 73,082 50,659 415,240 Services 55,394 333,700 278,306 667.400 334,454 161,966 88,290 584,710 112,395 224,791 112,394 449,580 151,471 92,743 33,433 7.268 48,020 5,815 338;750 383,284 234,678 84,603 18,392 14,713 735,670 Replacement 326,000 326;000 Replacement 867,000 867,000 ~; Services 681,120 681.120 1 149,800 1.149;800 Operations 652,000 652.000 627,860 627.860 ArtsCtr 1.032,700 ].032;700 Poway Park 265,000 265.000 218,620 218,620 "",,,,'.<;,,,,Ylib._ 730,153 25_855 51 952 807.960 834,830 834.830 553,960 553.960 446,709 14,433 9,622 6,000 10.326 487,090 550,240 17,376 11.584 579.200 676,856 21.374 14,250 712.480 192,213 6,070 4,047 202.330 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --""=..~-'" ,-"'" "CO"'"".,,,,_,,,,,,,,,,,,, """"""'''''''''''''''''''-''''''--''' ~"",., '" ","".,,,,,-,-,,,,,,,,,..,,.,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,-,,,..,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,, -- CITY OF POW A Y - BUDG ET BY FUND FY - 05 PROPOSED 161 740 3l.535 11,075 315,350 319,103 38.446 16,911 384,460 113,137 16,896 18,817 268,960 577,746 69,608 48,716 696,080 Services 158.578 103,146 103,146 465,070 191,618 73,111 50,680 415,410 Services 57455 .146.115 188,660 692,230 343.411 166.303 90,656 600,370 Processin,g 116,001 232,000 115,999 464,000 Services 156,718 95,955 34,591 7,510 51.150 6,016 35\,950 Management 391,946 239,984 86.516 18,808 15,046 752,300 Replacement 361,000 36 \;000 x Replacement 344,700 344;700 ". Services 70 U 80 701,180 1 176,760 1,176;760 Operations 688,060 688,060 643,880 643,880 Artsetr 1.084740 \'084,740 Powav Park 287,110 287:1\0 243.300 243,300 Services 757,174 26,812 53,874 837,860 Planning 877,020 877.0'20 Inspection 497,980 497;980 461.570 14,912 9,942 6,000 10,666 503,090 563,340 17,790 11,860 592,990 693,191 21,893 14,596 729,780 199.452 6,199 4199 209,950 "","~.._-~_.--_..--~.,--,-----"._---..,,..,,....,-<--,,,..,-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .- -= .. - .. .. .- .. - - .. - - .. - - - - - ~,,~~ <...._"...*"_.~ "-;.-.,";~~----~." - .~.' .."'~~QQ<><~~. ~._._"...-_>".. CITY OF POWAY - BUDGET BY FUND FY 2004 - 05 PROPOSED 28,983 275,359 275,358 579,700 Eqint. Maint. 624,140 624,140 Supply 10,305,790 10,305~790 Pumping 5,026,630 5,026,630 Water Transmission 823,860 823,860 Wastewater Collect. 536,760 536,760 Maintenance-Control 47,878 304,335 260,218 61,642 10,137 684~21o Street Maintenance 0 59,715 59,715 956,860 850,000 1.926,290 Drainage 39,512 39,512 316,096 395,120 Facilities Maint. 172,221 297,852 18(,,742 12,515 669,330 Trails & Open Space 177.770 177,770 Park & Land, Maint. I,] 63,964 136,937 68,469 1,369,370 [Storm Water Management 653,010 653,010 'Landscape/Lighting Dist. 37,160 2,606,210 2.643,370 J:)epaitfuefiiTotaI x < ! Safetv Services (Director 395,870 395,870 'Fire Suppression 5,614,330 5,614,330 f Fire Prevention 567,480 567,480 ) Paramedics 203,180 203,180 l Law Enforcement 7.280,340 7,280,340 ; if~0Ij'epamne'n(ftotal:jt~~j~~~~;:;,~1;h'fDiil~~4al~~1~4;6~';1+2'(r6_~~~ ;TOTAL EXPENDITURES 28,214,596 13,754,266 7,434,762 962,860 1.356,168 2,719,002 370,476 850,000 55,662,130 I ; j . , I i ! I I 1 , , ~-"--~'='''"'''''''"..<-;~.,,--,._.~.,<>,..~,,~. ,...~,~-~.,....~ "~'~"~'="-""",,.. .'~- ...."..~._" _n_"._"'."'_ _,_.__,___. .- - .- .- .. - II!!!I .. - - - - .. - - - - - - '---.' ,_."""."""",-.-,,,,,,<,.. ->'''"","",,- .~., ....-.._,,--.~ ,.,..,--~".,,""''''''''-.-.''''''''''>.- """"~'''''''.;",.;'''',^-, -~...,'."" ,."""""""", .,>",,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, CITY OF POWA Y - BUDGET BY FUND FY 2003 - 04 28,110 267,055 267.055 562,220 Eqmt. Maint. 61 LlI0 611;110 Water Suppl, 10.146,820 10,146.820 ! Sewer Pum ping- 5.911.990 5,911.990 Water Transmission 810,940 810'9.40 Wastewater Collect. 540,460 540.460 ~Maintenanc-e Control 47,227 300,194 256,677 60.803 9.999 674.900 i Street Maintenance 0 59.565 59,565 956,860 850,000 1.925,990 lDrainage 38,752 38.752 310,016 387,520 jFacilities Maint, 162,860 281,663 176,592 11.835 632.950 ~Trai]s & Open Space 177,070 177.070 r Park & Land. Maint, 1 119,356 131,689 65,845 1,3 i 6\890 !Storm Water Management 640,700 640;700 ILandscape/Lighting Dist. 36250 2,620,330 2.656,580 :rBDepartmehilJotal:, ~: , i Safe!)' Services j Director 386,250 386,250 ;Fire Suppression 5,230,820 5.230;820 F ire Prevention 614.550 614.550 : Paramedics 203,090 203.090 ILaw Enforcement 6,921,490 6,921.490 i ),:!Dei3aitIDentrmofalf;'",if'_~-"h ~ .',.. ",,,,,,,~j;:13.356;2()Oj_ j'~r':'i,'_ ,TOTAL EXPENDITURES 27,092,228 13,504,017 8,269,228 962,860 1,829,770 2,729,153 362,704 850,000 55,599,960 i i I - , i I I i I I i -,--,,_.,.... '"".,,~".",".. .,.,.- ~-,-,;~"._<~ ''''N'''"_ ,,"'_,,_,' ,"'~~'~~~_~"",_,^4.___~_.~"< """>"~' "_",.__~~,.,.",,o<_~<. _",'m """,_,.,"_~_,'<""'~~_"_~,," "'-~'''' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I i I I r, I I I I I CITY OF POWAY FINANCIAL PROGRAM: 2003-2004 AND 2004~2005 m PROGRAM EXPENDITURES 'I I CITY OF POWA Y I PROGRAM EXPENDITURES I I FY 2003-2004: I Legislative & Administrative $ 1,095,200 $ 508,710 $ 1,603,910 I Administrative Services 2,047,780 1,907,130 $ 883,850 4,838,760 Community 'Services 2,517,200 2,041,060 68,840 4,627,100 I Development Services 2,925,110 1,247,740 5,000 4,177,850 I Public Works 5,391,630 21,485,870 118,640 26,996,140 Safety Services 5,074,920 8,124,860 156,420 13356,200 I Total $19051.840 $35315370 $ 1.232 750 $55 599960 I FY 2004-2005: I I Legislative & Administrative $ 1,138,940 $ 525,910 $ 1,664,850 I I Administrative Services 2,121,120 1,963,580 $ 362,330 4,447,030 Community Services 2,592,780 2,122,460 109,790 4,825,030 I Development Services 3,023,380 1,225,290 4,248,670 I I Public Works 5,596,640 20,726,570 92,140 26,415,350 Safety Services 5,444,880 8,498,740 117,580 14,061.200 I Total $19_917740 $35,062 550 $ 681.730 $55,662.130 I I I x I I I CITY OF POWAY MICKEY CAFAGNA, MClyor I BETTY REXFORD, Qepucy Mayor BOB EMERY;'Counctlmemher JAY GOLDBY, Councilmember DON HIGGINSQN, Councilmember I May 1 ,2003 I Dear Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council: The proposed. budget for Fiscal Years 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 was prepared during I time, of. great uncertainty as a result of the fiscal crisis facing the State of California_ Thelllagnitude of this state budget deficit crisis is estimated at $35 to $40 billion or about three times that of the last crisis in Fiscal Year 1992-1993. I In order to address the Fiscal Year 1992-1993 crisis, the Legislature created the Education Revenue Augmentation Fund (ERAF) which to date has resulted in the transfer of about $5 million in City of Poway's property taxes to schools, and $5 billion I from all-cities and counties statewide This proposed budget, balanced within current year revenues, does not address any probable loss to funds approved by the state to cover its deficit In order to address the inevitable loss, the City Council will be I ~equested to appropriate funds from the $3_1 million Economic Uncertainty Fund after the adoption of the State Budget, which is not expected before August 2003. I For Fiscal Year 2003-2004, the proposed budget totals $55,599,960 for a 4.2% increase over that of the current year This budget is forecasted to increase to $55,662,130, or 01% for Fiscal Year 2004-2005_ The increases in the budgets reflect I a conservative approach of not only no new programs, but also increasing line item accounts only when required by contracts and inflated costs associated with such commodities as fuel and gas, and electrical utilities. The major budgetary increases are with public safety ($1,145,925) and directly related to having all positions filled for Fire I Station 3 for an entire year, and a major increase in the law enforcement contract costs associated with an increase in retirement costs_ I While the statewide economy has been weak and has become a major contributor to the state's budget difficulties, the local Poway economy has been good, and there are reasonable expectations for future improvement The approximate 350 businesses I within the South Poway Business Park are now employing about 13,600 persons, and the sales tax associated with those businesses has increased to $1 75 million per year During the past two years, citywide sales tax receipts have increased by $1,098,188, or . 15:5%_ Future significant increases seem assured with the probable construction of a Costco, Kohrs Department Store, a home improvement'center, a major office supply store,and the,redevelopment ola blighted property by Mossy Nissan_ All of these new major sales:tax contributing businesses could be open during Fiscal Year 2004-2005, I and:.ihtotal adding an additional $2_0 million to the General Fund_ In addition, the long'al)ticip<:ited Hampton Inn and Suites should open in the same timeframe and would be adding Transient Occupancy Taxes in excess of $250,000 per year to the I GelleralFulld. Further improvements to Poway's economic base and the achievement City Hall Located at 13325 Civic Center Drive I Mailing Address: P.o_ Box 789, Poway, California 92074-0789. (858) 748-6600,695.1400 fAX 748-1455 0 I Fiscal Program I May 1, 2003 Page 2 of a sustainable economy wil_1 occur ill q~njunction with the ambitious Redevelopment I Agency plans for the revitalization of the Poway Road and Old Poway commercial areas_ The efforts to complete the major Capitallmprcivement Program initiated in July 2001, I will be continuing during this two"year budget Ongoing major programmed projects include the City Office Building, Fire Station 3, widening of Community Road, I Pomerado Road soundwalls, road and related improvements in Old Poway, and the first phase of a Fine Arts Center In conclusion, this budget incorporates the conservative fiscal practices of prior budgets I with a measured disciplined apprciachto address local needs in a time of state budget deficits. Following this budgefplan should ensure that the City of Poway will be fiscally secure in 2005 when the next budget is prepared_ I Sincerely, ~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I i I 1 I i I I i I I I ! I I I I ! I 1 I CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003-04 AND 2004-05 REVENUE BY FUNDS AND SOURCES I I REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES I FUND 100, GENERAL FUND 1 Taxes & Franchises 7111 Taxes- Property Current 4,782,848 5,250,930 5,653,360 5,979,480 7112 Taxes- Property Delinquent 60,636 90,000 70,000 70,000 7113 Taxes- Property Supplemental 473,456 300,000 266,320 239,690 I 7114 Taxes- Property HO Exemption 92,993 94,680 96,570 98,500 i 7117 Taxcs- Real Property Transfer 308,469 230,000 173,510 156,160 ' 7131 State Sales Tax 8,174,511 8,397,300 8,976,120 9,576,710 I I 7151 Transient Occupancy Taxes 91,938 120,000 132,880 354,590 7172 Franchises, SDG&E 1,015,069 789,200 641,440 652,940 7173 Franchises- SW Cable 51,438 54,500 54,000 54,000 I 7174 Franchises, Cox Cable 374,872 350,000 368,000 368,000 Licenses & Permits I 7211 Animal License 2,323 - - 7213 Business Registration 12,106 12,500 12,000 5,000 7214 Statc Fishing Licenses 2,065 2,000 2,400 2,450 I 7232 Fishing Permits 101,118 94,750 98,500 100,000 7233 Boat Permits 107,433 98,000 105,000 107000 7234 Construction Permits, Excavtn 19,730 4,750 4,750 4,750 I 7235 Construction Permits, Grading 4,000 4,500 4,500 4,500 7236 Parking Permits 58,976 58,500 58,000 59,000 \ I I 7310 Fines & Forfeitures Fines & Penalties 202,598 180,000 1 I Use of Monel' & Provertv I 7411 Interest Income- General 1,306,005 1,119,300 1,135,480 996,880 7414 Interest lncome- Loans 407,342 255,140 208,390 188,740 7415 Interest Income- Notes RcvbL 24,232 7,250 , , 7441 Space Rental 4,089 5,450 9,500 10,500 I 7461 Lease Revenue- Telecommunications I 180,399 246,710 28],270 295,220 7471 Rental- Facilities i 181,365 168,850 183,500 184,750 7472 Rentals- Swimming Pool , 61,716 42,100 43,100 43,100 I 7473 Rentals- Swimming Pool Lockers , 521 500 500 500 7476 Concessions Income 80,548 77,450 74,980 76,890 7477 Rental, For Kids & Parents Trailer 4,200 4,200 i 4,200 4,200 7478 Rental- Poway Sports Park 57,377 60,000 ' 85,000 80,000 I Revenue/Grants fi-om Other Azencies I 7512 PUSD Contribution to PCPA i 103,688 i 98,640 106,090 106,000 7521 County Revenue Grants (Other) 52,000 52,000 53,430 53,430 7541 State Revenue Grants- Other 6,815 , - , I 7581 Motor Vehicle In-Lieu 2,726,571 2,659,600 2,700,000 7582 Off Highway Motor Veh In-Lieu 1,278 - I 2 I I REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES of I 100" I Fees & Sen,ices 7.611 Candidates Filing Fees 400 400 ; i 7612 Water System Analysis Fees 44,220 10,000 10,000 10,000 1 17613 Administrative Revenue 1,781,550 ! 1,774,010 1,958,520 1,953,520 7614 Miscellaneous Legislative Fees 1,702 : 2,000 2,000 2,000, I 7616 Passp.ort Services 40,235 ! 69,700 24,000 24,000 I ' 7622 PCPA Ticket Sales (80)! 2,500 2,500 2,500 I I 7623 PCPA 'Staff Services 45,408 82,600 44,030 48,090 I i 7624 Aquatics Recreation Programs 66,142 55,260 65,260 65,260 I 7625 Leisure Contracts Fees ! 244,378 i 217,950 235,620 235,620 I I 7626 Recreation Programs Fees 87,007 i 84,010 91,210 91,330 , 7628 Swimming Pool Admissions 81,677 94,120 104,120 104,120 , i 7631 Lake Poway Overnight Camping 781 700 700 700 I I 7674 Storm Water Reg Fee- Residential , 754,050 754,050 754,050 I 7675 Storm Water Reg Fee, Commercial - 70,950 70,950 70,950 I 7676 Pollution Abatement Fee - 179,800 , , I ' 7731 Planning Fees 105,419 56,000 56,000 56,000 7733 Miscellaneous Planning Fees 1,499 1,900 1,400 1,400 I 7734 Building Inspection Fecs 978,645 650,000 725,000 650,000 i 7735 Plan Check Revenue 375,191 155,000 , 155,000 155,000 I 17736 Miscellaneous Engineering Fees 28,876 10,000 I 10,000 10,000 7737 Inspection Fees 378,069 80,000 95,000 80,000 7738 Eng Staff Time Reimbursement 27,445 123,670 21,750 21,000 , I I 7740 Inspection- Mobile Homes 13,405 2,500 5,000 5,000 I 7752 Alarm Registrations & Penalties 59,465 57,600 57,600 57,600 I 7753 Safety Svcs Plan Chk/lnspect 146,013 76,150 76,150 76,150 7754 Misc Safety Services Fces 17,805 9,500 9,500 9,500 I 7755 Ambulance Fees 740,349 ! 750,000 700,000 750,000 7756 CPR Class Registration Fees 2,390 1,000 1,500 1,500 7757 Vehicle Abatement Fees 20,699 15,000 15,000 I 7758 Towing Contracts 15,271 20,000 20,000 20,000 7760 WeedlNuisance Abatement Fees 28,082 35,000 35,000 35,000 7772 Street Improvements 14753 6,270 8,610 7,930 I 7773 Solid Waste Franchise Fces 291,159 305,000 305,000 305,000 I Other Revenues 7830 Donations 851 - 7881 Sale of Surplus Property 85,135 - 7884 Returned Checks Charges 3,205 3,800 4,000 4,750 I 7885 Worker's Compensation Refund 188,304 20,000 20,000 20,000 I 7890 Law Suit Settlement 2,187 7891 Miscellaneous Income 192,091 181,750 135,750 135,830 I 1 7892 Mandated Cost Recuveries 36,715 30,000 20,000 20,000 7893 FEMA.ReimburS<lment 1,673 - 7894 Insurance Refunds ! 68,580 40,000 40,000 40,000 7896 Farmer!sMarket Income 26,531 25,500 25,200 25,700 1 I I 3 REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES I of I FUND 211- STREET IMPROVEMENTS 7411 Interest Income- General 2,970 8,730 7,890 I 7591 Gasoline Tax - 2105 302,940 295,370 295,370 7592 Gasoline Tax - 2106 206,030 200,880 200,880 7593 Gasoline Tax - 2107 390,370 380.610 380,610 I I 7594 Gasoline Tax - 2107.5 6,000 6,000 6,000 ! 7613 Administrative Revenue - i 7891 Miscellaneous Income - - I I I FUND 221, STREET DEVELOPMENT FUND I i 7411 1nterest 1ncome- General - i I I FUND 222, ABl600 STREET DEVELOPMENT FUND I 7411 Interest Income- General , 93,968 74,220 61,100 43,390 I 7713 Traffic Mitigation Fees 83,514 34,650 34,650 34,650 I FUND 223, PROPOSITION A STREET DEVELOPMENT FUND I 7132 Sales Taxes- Proposition A 935,000 i 952,000 935,000 935,000 7411 Interest Incomc- General 27,056 I 14,840 13,090 11,830 I FUND 224- STREET DEVELOPMENT, TRAFFIC CONGESTION AB2928 FUND 1 7411 Interest Income- General 23,468 4,950 - I - 7541 State Revenue Grants, Other 122,327 134,660 , ! i I FUND 231- DRAINAGE FUND , ! 7119 Taxes - Flood Zones 447,338 473,970 528,760 559,260 I 7411 Interest Income- General 78,818 64,330 i 69,830 55,220 7891 Miscellaneous Income 1,565 - I FUND 232- AB1600 DRAINAGE FUND 7411 Interest Income- General 12,831 5,440 ' 13,320 \2,040 I 7712 Drainage Fees 123,873 42,000 42,000 42,000 I I I I ,._.._._....,_. .. __..~~__w._.._ . ._.........._. I 4 I REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOlTRCES I thru250 1 7411 Interest Income- General 34,619 26,990 23,020 7521 Grant- County (Other) 9,500 7525 Grant- Used Oil Recycling 14,022 15,310 15,000 I 7527 Grant- Beverage Containers 13,924 14,000 13,000 7528 Grant- Safety Services 100,357 - - 7534 Grant- HHW AB939 160,598 130,000 161,920 161,920 7541 Grant, State Grants (Other) 116,971 I I ' , 7561 Grantc Federal 975,577 - - I 7576 CDBG- 25th Year 3,061 -I 7577 CDBGc 26th Year 506,207 120,100 - I 1 7578 CDBG" 27th Year , 40,000 _ i , , 7579 CDBG-28th Year thru 30th Year - 240,370 7891 Miscellaneous Revenues 70 - I i I i I I 7741 I 7743 ! j I i i ! l FUNDS 261 thru 269 and 271, LMD ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUNDS ! 7411 Interest Income- General 132,466 96,690 i 108,450 98,030 i 1 ' 7841 Assessment District 83-01 A 162,664 197,800 163,980 J 63,980 I I 7842 Assessment District 86-03A 26,006 26,810 25,920 25,920 I 7843 Assessment District 86-0 I 221,725 270,740 237,690 237,690 I 7844 Assessment District 86-02A 20.653 23,090 20,480 20,450 i 7846 Assessment District 87,01 , 602,697 706,710 587,200 587,200 ! . 7847 Assessment District 86,02B i 43,296 45,010 44,980 46,780 I 7848 Assessment District 83-0 I B 23,71 ] 31,960 23,230 23,230 I 7849 Assessment District 86-03 B 12,407 16,040 12,370 12,370 7852 Assessment District 83-01 C 12,688 14,330 12,600 1 7891 Miscellaneous Revenue 13,258 I i i 17111 FUND 275, LIGHTING ASSESSMENT DISTRICT FUND I Taxes- Properly Current 198,013 218,890 220,660 225,070 I 7411 Interest Income- General 111,394 98,970 87,290 72,970 7861 AssessmentDistrict Zone A 287,495 292,350 314,330 314,330 I 7862 AssessmentDistrict Zone B 17,298 15,010 12,510 12,510 7863 Assessment District Zone C 323,456 317,110 329,800 329,800 789\ Miscellaneous Revenue 9,490 120,000 I I FUND 280- FIRE'PROTECTION FEES FUND i759 F,ire p'rotection Fees 565,070 600,000 '. I . ~_.-...--,_.. . ..-.-.....-- 5 r--- -,-- REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES I I FUND 281- FUND 7412 Intercst Income- Restricted 2,528 - I 785] 800M Hz System Assessment 137,718 130,000 130,000 130,000 FUND 311, CITY DEBT SERVICE FUND I 7411 Interest 1ncome- General 222,670 193,280 7412 Interest Income- Restricted 53,260 87,610 1 7462 Lease Revenue- 1996 COP 302,400 302,400 7463 Lease Revenue 457,460 I FUND 331, CFD#1 DEBT SERVICE FUND 7411 Interest Income- General 39,896 19,790 18,080 16,340 I 7412 Interest Income, Restricted 46,486 60,080 26,660 39,890 7875 Assessments- CFO#l Debt 2,550,364 , 2,600,200 2,604,930 2,595,350 I FUND 334- HIGH VALLEY ROAD SERVICE 7411 Interestlncomc- General 1,875 1,980 1,020 920 I 74.12 Interest 1ncome- Restricted 1,139 1,230 , 540 810 7864 Assessments- High Valley Road 50,917 52,120 t 49,240 47,780 I FUND 335, CFD98 (88-1) DEBT SERVICE FUND 74\\ Intcrest lncome- General 105,016 39,590 65,470 55,220 I 7412 Interest Income, Restricted 221,051 222,630 222,270 221,810 7875 CPO- Current 3,526,005 3,540,520 3,429,120 3,428,690 7876 Assessments- CFO 88-1 Prior 25,512 - - , I FUND 336, DEBT SERVICE FUND, OLD COACH WATER LINE BOND 7411 Interest Income- General i 2, \ 10 1,200 ! 1,590 1 440 I 7811 Sale of Bonds 29,409,,- 7865 Assessment District- Old Coach Wtr Line 27,619 29,730 29,590 29,660 I FUND 411, PARK IMPROVEMENTS I 7630 Parkland Dedication Fees 225,320 81,600 81,600 81,600 I FUND 421, MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND I 7411 Interest Income- General 1.955 1,730 1,650 1 490 7412 Interest Income- Restricted 3,550 ' I I 6 I I REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES 1 OLD 1 i 7411 Interest Income, General I 7811 Sale of Bonds 17821 Contributions from Property Owners I I ! 17412 FUND 423- 2002 City Hall CIPs FUND 1 Interest Income- Restricted I ! , 1 I FUND 510- WATER UTILITIES FUND , , 7411 Interest Income" General 499,691 490,380 360,920 7412 Interest Income- Restricted 5,801 6,400 4,220 I 7613 Administrative Revenue 34,637 - , 7641 Sales & Service 9,915,857 10,500,000 11,094,340 \1,768,720 7643 Sales- SDCW A/Ramona 119,559 - I ' 7644 'Delinquency Charges 42,649 43,800 58,000 43,800 I 7645 Water Hydrant Mcter Charges (10) 600 600 600 , 7646 'Reconnecti6h & Turn,On Fees 9,724 9100 9,950 9,100 I 7647 Seasonal StoragefAg Credit Rev 68,970 - - 1 ' 7648 Sales' Capacity Chargcs 1,771,580 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000 , 7649 Reclaimed Water Sales 337,590 446,670 475,890 . I 7651 Water Pumping- ID # I 69,879 74,750 64,940 96,100 I I I 7652 Water Pumping, ID #4 32,522 34,060 35,150 34,220 ' , 7653 Water Pumping- Orchard, Etc 100,422 105,390 95,540 105,250 7657 Water Pumping- Greg Reservoir 1,075 1,130 1,200 1,200 I ' 7658 Water Pumping- Camelback 66,703 69,300 63,800 79,870 I I 7659 Water Pumping- Woodcliff (A 79,1) 10,242 10,630 10,230 15,260 I I 7660 Water Pumping- Community Road 15,440 /7,230 /5,830 16,460 I I 7661 Water Pumping, Welton 31,401 30,770 13,950 42,680 I I 7664 Reclaimed Water Pumping 11,560 73,840 19,960, I 7665T Water Pumping- Old Coach - 5,010 7,580 12,130 i 7667 Connection Fees 314,955 100,910 108,330 108,330 I I ! 7668 County Water Authority Fees 3,710 3,94~ I 7669 Water Meter Installation Fecs 33,415 3,680 3,940 I 7685 Inspection Fees 360 360 360 i ! 7822 Contributions From Other Funds 5,845 ' I I ! 7871 Bond- General Water 353,976 300,000 300,000 290,000 i , 7891 Miscellaneous Revenue 417,693 3,780 - I I I : 1 I I I I I I I 7 REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES I I FUND 520- SEWER UTILITIES FUND I 7411 Interest Income- General 467,578 606,480 388,450 343,170 7414 Interest Income - Loans 184,111 179,070 159,640 140,100 7613 Administrative Revenue 500 750 750 750 7644 Delinquency Charges 22,060 20,500 20,500 20,500 I 7681 Sales & Service 4,517,420 4,609,900 4,794,260 4,985,990 7683 Connection Fees 519,754 85,680 85,680 85,680 7685 Inspection Fees 1,075 , , , I 7687 SD Sewer Transport 36,864 37,300 37,300 37,300 7688 Capacity Charges 767,814 650,000 775,000 780,000 769\ <;ewerPumping- St Andrews 5,749 7,480 5,280 6,700 I 7692 Sewer Pumpg- Camino del Norle 46,079 47,970 33,760 34,270 7694 Sewer Pumpg- Highlands 580 660 , 880 1,030 7695 Sewer Pumpg- Old Coach 7,429 8,200 I 14,520 16,950 7696 Sewer Pumpg, Old Coach Dr Lift Station' - 990 1,110 I 7771 Sewer Improvement Fees , 8,515 8,490 8,490 8,490 7822 Contributions From Other Funds 18,875 - 7891 Miscellaneous Revenue 575 - - I FUND 611, INTERNAL REPLACEMENT FUND I 7411 Interest Income, General 171,010 207,830 183,310 173,560 7475 Rental- Yearly Capital Outlay 966,720 I 1,153,440 552,320 551,500 7850 Vehicle Maintenance Revenue 584,575 636,900 639,520 649.250 I 7881 Sale of Surplus Property 34,262 10,000 10,000 10,000 7891 Miscellanmeous Revenue 11,240 - I FUND 617, CAPITAL REPLACEMENT- BUILDING 7411 Interest Income- General 104,502 100,000 96,020 98,610 1\ -, , I) FUND 712, LIBRARY ENDOWMENT FUND 7411 Interest Income- General 38,840 35,110 I FUND 714- I'UBLlC EDUCATION TRUST (COX) FUND 7411 Interest Income- General 2,254 2,470 3,060 2,760 I 7511 Local Revenue Grants- Other - 50,000 , FUND 715- RT 56 VERNAL POOL FUND I 7411 Interest Income- General 7,790 6,980 I FUND 717- POWAY ROAD BEAUTIFICATION TRUST FUND 7411 Interest Income- General 411 350 310 1 . ^--.-. . ...._.~,,_.._----,,- ..-.---. I 8 I ._~,_. --. ~,--,-_...._-"-,.....,.."'-_.__."_.- ---._-.-"._- "_.--~..- _____w__o.__ __.n_.,. _.M_ REVENUES BY FUNDS AND SOURCES 1 of 718-LAW I 74\1 Interest Income- General 7887 Recovery of Stolen Property I FUND 741- MARY PATRICIA ROSS TRUST FUND 7411 Interest Income, General 3,504 i 3070 3,060 2,760 I , FUND 742- BETTE BENDIXEN TRUST FUND I 741 ] Interest Income, General 836 740 I FUND 761- DEVELOPER DEPOSIT TRUST FUND 700 I 7411 I nterest I ncome, General 789 ; 680 610 7734 Building Inspection Fees 356 i ' , I I 741 \ FUND 773, WET & WILD REIMBURSEMENT FUND I , Interest Income- General 12,985 - , 7888 Reimbursement Agreement Fees 1.087,015 - " "-:,'~'_\ -1 ~".'~:;::..; ~'4' M',^~."". , '-f'-1~""_' ''''t~~';,'t~;' ~,__: :.:- ;0;.'":," -"5''''''''' .,,"'+ ""*;,_'!t;~'--n -; '-''''''i;"'' . - ,~,tr I :Total0W et&"Wlld'Relmbursement,FlIllai':15'.,,'''3.,;;l~1.00;OQO,:','' ! ; i . I FUND 774, OLD POWAY PARK TREE TRUST FUND; 17888 Reimbursement Agreement Fees 20,000 i I ! I I I FUND 771, POW AY V ALLEY SENIOR CNT ENDOWMENT FUND i 26,817 . I 17411 Intcrest Income- General 23,630 24,010 : 21,690 I I . i FUND 775- POW A Y FINE ARTS CENTER FUND I I 7411 Interest Income- General - i i I FUND 776- KUMEEY AA Y ENDOWMENT FUND I " II , """''' "wm'~ Go"om' ~ ~ 700 6 30 ~ , R .lto~li15.,ui!ieeya~Y:Ep~owlti:~nfE:tnq~~~,;'-i:;";:7:)'C:7./,:kf;i:~?J;YI)~;:l'}5J.,i;::1-ti;;'Y;ij};~:;~;~5700.;;;~i!J;~XEbjfJ, , , ~ l ) " I '" _. _ ___ _ _,,_ _____ _ _. _ ______ ' _ ___ __, ____ __,,_,,__ _ ___' i ,-:<i~":"""'?"""'F M '-;T- - V =~r':^"'" """ ; '4","~~", ! 'IT''R')!: ':,X";',";"'i'f{'W;;;>~ :.; .-":~.'. t. .~;, 1 i. .,., "'i "v n ~"~"ik;:'<1!0;;:""" "" n:" ,,'iM '\{W ...~>. ..;~ ',-<,,;, '~,' ,~.,n '~I'Nq;"' ,',' ".'i, ,.~sr;;r,,,r,'}~.,,,,*,?,,-.....,"'l~ ;, I REVEJ:lLJ E'GRi\ND,::rGl'AJ:;~,>f;" ::,,", """* '.>';66,655;518;'~I' :62,813,500:;, ,,:'63'442;410,i\c,,'?).65~1il-3;280' k.. 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I I I I I I CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003-04 AND 2004-05 SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OF FUNDS I I I FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OF BUDGETED FUNDS Special Special I General Revenue Assessment Trust Fund Funds Funds Funds I SOURCE OF FUNDS Revenues 27.688,210 3,777,930 2,301,490 85,840 I Beginning Fund Balance 12,233,279 1,052,534 4,650,140 1,764,922 Transfers-in 0 300,000 120,000 0 Total 19,921,489 5,130,464 7,071,630 1,850,762 1 USE OF FUNDS Expenditures 27,092.228 2,223,584 2,681,133 0 I Program Expenses 0 486,550 0 0 Capital Projects 0 41,850 0 0 I Bond Debt Service 0 87,710 0 0 Ending Fund Balance 12,494,321 1,584,360 4,390,497 1,815,802 Transfers-out 334,940 706,410 0 34,960 I Total 39921,489 5,130,464 7.071,630 1,850,762 FISCAL YEAR 2004,2005 SUMMARY OF SOURCES AND USES OF BUDGETED FUNDS I Special Special General Revenue Assessment Trust I Fund Funds Funds Funds SOURCE OF FUNDS Revenues 28,644,880 3,527,080 2,267,930 77,560 I Beginning Fund'Balance 12,494,321 1.584,360 4,390,497 1,815,802 Transfers-in 0 300,000 120,000 0 I Total 41 139,20 I 5411440 6,778,427 t ,893,362 USE OF FUNDS I Expenditures 28,214,596 2,234,486 2,667,852 0 Program Expenses 0 13,000 0 0 I Capital Projects 0 176,920 0 0 Bond Debt Service 0 87,710 0 0 Ending Fund Balance 12,736,425 2.040,394 4,110,575 1,861,762 I Transfers-out 188,180 858,930 0 31,600 Tolal 41 139,201 5,411440 6,778,427 1,893,362 I I 1 I I I Capital Debt Capital Project Service Enterprise Replacement Redevelopment I Funds Funds Funds Funds Agency Total I 115.450 7,262,590 20,729,730 1481,170 0 63.442,410 1,693,50 I 16,811,818 3,902,265 5 766,505 0 47,874,964 0 2,754,270 1,314,950 397,930 3,501,730 8,388,880 I 1,808,951 26,828,678 25,946,945 7,645,605 1,501 730 119,706,254 I 0 0 21 773,245 1,829 770 0 55,599,960 0 0 0 0 0 486,550 I 0 0 0 0 0 41,850 0 9.759,910 812,540 0 0 10,660,160 1,808,951 17,068,768 3.118,670 5,815,835 0 48,097,204 I 0 0 242,490 0 3,501,730 4,820,530 1,808,951 26,828,678 25,946,945 7,645,605 3,501 730 119,706,254 I Capital Debt Capital I Project Service Enterprise Replacement Redevelopment Funds Funds Funds Funds Agency Total I 83,200 7.478,660 21,551,050 1,482,920 0 65 113,280 1,808,951 17,068,768 3,118,670 5,815,835 0 48,097,204 I 0 1,522,290 1,505,130 397.930 3,434,450 7.279,800 1,892,151 26,069 718 26,174,850 7.696,685 3.434.450 120,490.284 I 0 0 21 189,028 1,356,168 0 55,662,130 I 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 0 0 0 0 0 176,920 0 8.768;470 818,110 0 0 9,674,290 I 1,892,151 17,301,248 3,965,642 6.340,517 0 50,248,714 0 0 202,070 0 3,434,450 4715,230 1,892,151 26,069,718 26,174,850 7,696,685 3,434,450 120,490,284 I . . I GENERAL FUND - The primary source of revenues for the General Fund are property taxes and sales I tax. General Fund revenues from all sources are shown on pages 2 and 3 The General Fund finances all of the Safety Services, Planning Services, Community Services, general engineering and the City I aclministration. A summary of the expenditures ancl fund activity detail for the General Fund is shown on pages xii. xiii xiv, xv and 18. State Economic Uncertainty Fund - This fund was created by transfers from the General Fund. It will be I drawn upon, as necessary, to help mitigate the effects of possible reductions in state funding over the next several fiscal years. It is combined with the General Fund in the summary reconciliations. The I fund activity detail is shown on page 19 SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Gas Tax-Streets - The fund is used to finance the construction, repair and maintenance of City streets. I As shown on page 4, sources of revenue are from gasoline tax and intercst income. The expenditures I and fund activity detail is shown on pages xii, xiii, xiv, xv and 20 Street Development Funds, The fund is used for street construction projects financed by developer's I fees. Revenues are shown on page 4 The fund activity detail is shown on page 21 Prop "A" Tax Fund - This fund is used to account for special sales taxcs to be used for street and I highway projects approved by a regional transportation group. Revenues are on page 4 The fund activity detail is shown on page xii, xiji, xiv. xv and 22. Traffic Congestion Fund - This fund is used for street pavement maintenance, rehabilitation and I reconstruction of associated facilities such as drainage and traffic control devices funded by the State, AI3 2928 Revenues for this fund are shown on page 4 The fund activity dctail is shown on page 23 I Drajnage Funds - Revenues for this fund are shown on page 4 The primary source of revenue is from drainage fees collected as development occurs. This revenue is used to finance construction of flood I control and drainage improvements. The fund activity detail is shown on pages xii, xiii, xiv. xv and 24 Grant Funds - These funds are used to account for various grants that are received by the City Revenues I are shown on page 5 The fund activity detail is shown on page 25 In-Lieu Funds - The Developer In-Lieu fund collects fees under the State Fair Share Housing mandate. I The Habitat In-Lieu collects funds when development destroys habitat. Revenues are shown on page 5 The fund activity detail is shown on page 26. Spccial Assessment Funds - These funds are used to finance public improvements or services that I benefit the properties against which the assessments are levied, Revenues are shown on pages 5 and 6. Fund activity detail is shown on pages 27-29 I I I 14 I I 1 CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS Park Imofovements - This fund,is used to finance the cost of park construction Revenues are I shown on page 6 The fund activity detail is shown on page 30 Municioallm'Dfovement - Revenue for this fund isshown on page 6 The fund is used to finance City capital improvement projects The proposed budget is shown on page 31 I Old Coach Waterline, This fund was used to construct the Old Coach Waterline The project was financed by property owner contributions and bond debt that is being repaid by I property ow nefS Revenue for this fund is shown on page 7, and the fund activity detail is shown on page 32 City Office Building Proiect, This fund is bcing used to finance the majority of the cost of I the new City Office Building complex This portion of the project was financed by 2003 Certificates of Participation The bonds will be repaid by contributions from the General, Water and Sewer funds, as well as by leasing space to the Redevelopment Agencv Revenue I for this fund is shown on page 7, and the fund activity detail is shown on page 33 DEBT SERVICE FUN DS ' These funds record the revenues and expenditures associated I with the financing of the City's general debt, Community Facilities Districts #1 and #88,1, the High Valley Road Project, and the Old Coach Waterline Project bonds Revenue sources are show n on page 6 The fund activity detail is shown on pages 34-38 I EN TE RPR,IS E FUN D S Water Fund, The Water Fund is a self-supported enterprise fund The primary source of I reven"ue 'fUf'this fund is from the sale of water ^ II revenues for the fund are show n on page 7 The budget for the W atcr Fund is shown on pages xii, xiii x,v xvand39 I Sewer Fund - The primary source of revenue for the sewer fund is the sewer service charge Other sources of revenue for this fund are shown on page 8 The proposed budget for the Sewer Fund is shown on pages xii, xiii, xiv, xv and 40 I CAPITAL REPLACEMENT FUND - The capital replacement fund is used to finance the replacement of City vehicles and major equipment. The reven ue for this fund com es from sale of surplus property and rental fees charged to each of the divisions that have been I assigned vehicles or equipment. Revenues are shown on page 8 Expenditures are on page xii, xiii, xiv, xv and 41 I TRUST FUNDS, These funds are used to account for proprietary trusts that have been donatcd to the City Trust Fund revenues are shown on pages 8 and 9 Fund activity detail is shown on pages 42 - 46 I REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY - The funding for the Redevelopment Agency includes loans from the City The total budget for the Redevelopment Agency is shown on pages 233 through 339 1 I I I 15 I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 i , I 1 I 1 I I I , I I I i ! 1 I I I CITY OF POWAY FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003-04 and 2004"051 I! FUND ACTIVITY DETAIL I I , "~~",-".~~"'--'."'-'.-.'''-_.~''''-~~ '__~_"~"_O._._.'__"~'_~__'.__~' I.-'."---------...-~_.._..._"-,., 1 GENERAL FUND Fund -ktivity Detail I (Fum[ /00) I AVAILABLE Bq,>inningFundBalance-July 1 16,618,155 13,421,803 13,421,803 9,133,279 9,394,321 I Revenues , 27,377,552 26,987490 27,477,466 27,688,210 28,644,880 TOTAL FUNDS A V AILABLE 43,995,707 40,409,293 40,899,269 36,821,489 38,039,201 EXPENDITURES I Operating Expenses , ' Legislative and Admin, Services' 1,338,542 1,378,748 1,353,014 1,331,246 1,381,826 1 Admm,stratlve Services 1,470,465 1,582586 1,600,384 1,581,148 1,615,727 Community Services 4,151,240 4,615,560 4,823,046 4,627,100 4,825,030 I Development Services 3,972,244 3,961,373 4,207,476 3,984,961 4,049,827 I Public Services 2,217,652 3,377,904 3,169,326 2,211,573 2,280,986 Safety Services 10,970,986 12,608,020 12,210,275 13,356,200 14,061,200 I Total Operating Expenses 24.121 129 27,524.191 i 27,363,521 I 27,092,228 28,214,5961 I Program Expenses ; ! , . ' I Communlt~ Programs (~,449) (6,140): -I Total Program Expenses (,,449) (6,140): - ! I \ 5 Capital Projects II' Govemmcnt Buildings 3,722,839 804,893 - I _ I Parks and Open Space )0,040 809,460 -I Water Improvements - I _ Streets and Highways 80,175 395,600 I -I I Total Capital Projects 3,853,054 2,009,953 I - , I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 27,970,734 27,524,191 29,367,334, 27,092,228: 28,214,596! I TRANSFERS/LOANS,ln(Out) Transfer tu Economic Uncertainty Fd (3,100,000): 1 Transfer from SLESF Fund 100,000 ; Transfer to Poway Valley Senior (500,000) , Transfer to/from Trust Funds (2,002,188) I Transfcrto/lromLibrary Fund (44,431) 34,740 40,211 i 34,960 31,600 Transfer from Fire Protection Fund 565,070 620,554 602,193 I 600,000 600,000 Transfer from Old Coach Water Line 9,439 - I 'I Transfer to Facility Cap, Funds (271,060) (271,060)[ (271,060)1 (271,060), (271,060) Transfer toffrom City Debt Service (850,000); (890,000); (890,000): (I,523,840); (1,003,720) Transfer to Lighting District (360,000); (120,000)' (120,000) (120,000) I Loan to RDA Admin Fund (2,658,293), (3,023.570); (3,215,933)! (3,501,730) (3,434',450)1 Loan Payment from RDA OS Fund 2,658,293! 3,023,570 i 3,215,933' 3,501,730' 3,434,450 Loan to RDA Cip Fund (2,250,000) - i-I I i Loan payment from RDA Cip Fund 350,000 I [350,000 : - ! Loan Payment from RDA OS Fund 850,000 890,000 ! 890,000 : 945,000 575,000 j Loan Payment from RDA OS Fund 1,900,000 [ - I; - I I TOTALTRANSFERSfLOANS (2,603,170); 384,234 i (2,398,656)' (334,940) (188,180)1 , ' ,.- . ". '. .,- ,"," ";"'~"', _,," ,,'" ,,"'~"? .". ;;,::~";;~:,,,J"":'-":--_"~__'_;,,_;_, "," ,," -",)7:": ',_"':;';n~',!' ,,", ""~;;:",-,,,,,;J ENDING FUNJ) BM~=!C=~_'_ ::,'__, _~=~=~;8~3,;f~;i'1;~262,3~~ ~'0;i'0Q;!3~;279~Ji",<~,=~~,==1~~'1!iQ,~6'~:~J I 1 STATE ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY FUND 1 Fund Activity Detail (Flln" 1OJ) 1 ! Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 - 3,100,000 1 Revenues - TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE - - 3,100,000 3,100,000 , I EXPENDITURES Operating Expenses - i i Development Services - 1 Public Services I - Total Operating Expenses : 1 , ! 1 , Program Expenses i i i I Total Program Expenses 1 1 ! Capital Projects i ! I Total Capital Projects I I l'fOTAL EXPENDITURES - , , , I TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Uut) I I Transfer from General Fund 3,100,000 -I I TOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS 3,100,000 I - - -I 1 I i j I I I ! i ! ! i I I i ! i I I I ! I I 1 1 I I 1 STREET IMPROVEMENT-GAS TAX FuND Fund 4ctivitv Detail I (Fulld 211) A V AILABLE I i Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 , 239,229 297,546 297,546 183,228 1\\,958 I Revenues 954,628 908,310 , 926,152 891,590 890,750 FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,193,857 1 1,002,708 1,205,856 ! 1,223,698 1,074,818 i , i I Operating Expenses Development Services 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 1 Public Services 890,311 934,470 1,034,470 956,860 956,860 Total Operating Expenses 896,311 940,470 1,040,470 962,860 962,860 , I Program Expenses - - Total Program Expenses 1 Capital Projects Total Capital Projects - ! I I , I I TOTAL EXPEND11lJRES 896,311 , 940,470 1,040,470 962,860 962,860 I ITRANSFERS/LOANS,ln(Out) , I I , 1 i I I ' jTOTAL TRANSFERSILOANS , , - , , I i ! I ! i 1 I I I I , ! I I I , , I I ! I I , 1 I , I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I ! I j I , I I I I , I ^ l.! ~@ING..@ND'BAL"AN91!~~;i~:, ~,iii,jEL."",.,l~27;51i!t';gI~::2651386J;ffif~",':'183i~2~~~(~lj;li958~:]Bi.'39;848'.,'j I 20 1 1 STREET DEVELOPMENT FUNDS Fund Activity Detuil (Funds 221 and 222) 1 1 Begin/ling Balance- July 1 1,135,334 148,835 148,835 (659,081 (263,331 Revenues 149,176 114,310 137,084 95,750 78,040 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,284,510 263,145 285,919 (563,331) (185,291 ) 1 EXPENDITURES ; i , ; Operating Expenses ! 1 I - . - ! Total Operating Expenses - i 1 ; 1 I Program Expenses -I I i -I I , Total Program Expenses '1 I 1 I Capital Projects~ RDA , -I Streets and Highways , 250,000 i - - , Total RDA Capital Projects 250,000 I -I , 1 Capital Projects- City I I 1 '>treets and Highways 1,135,675 2,695,000 ' -I Total City Capital Projects 1,135,675 2,695,000 I I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,135,675 ' i 2,945,000 - 1 I I iTRANSFERS/LOANS- In(Out) I I I 1 I Loan Repayment from RDA 2,000,000 300,000 I 300,000 i , I , ITOTAL TRANSFERlLOANS , - 2,000,000 300,000 ' 300,000 I , , I i i I 1 i i , I I , , , 1 I I i i i 1 I I I I I 1 , I I I I I , , 1 I I I l~~i~c;iF,'l:J.@T~~~.c~",t,;~,--,.-:.!" ,",-,-, "l.1t8,835!'!i;i!0'263;14S;;"";j(659;0si)~.F;;~T(2~)lI~:;1.;tl~i709PI I 21 1 PROPOSITION 'A' SALES TAX FuND 1 1 FUNDS AVAILABLE Beginning Balance- July 1 422,110 (489,190); (49,792)' I Revenues 962,056 966,840 : 946,830 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,384,166 i 477,650 897,038 I 1 EXPENDITURES ! i i , i I Operating Expenses I I Public Services i 688,006 639,090 639,090 850,000 850,000 1 Total Operating Expenses i 688,006 639,090 639,090 850,000 850,000 I Program Expenses ! I 1 I ! : I Total Program Expenses - i - I i I \ i 1 Capital Projects- RDA , I i Streets & Highways 32,425 I - ! Total RDA Capital Projects 32,425 ! I - , - ! 1 I i i ! Capital Projects- City : r Streets & Highways 1,152,925 i , i 1 i Total City Capital Projects 1,152,925 I -, i i ! , I TOT AL EXPENDITURES 1,873,356 ; 639,090 639,090 850,000 850,000 1 i , iTRANSFERS/LOANS,ln(Out) , ! Loan Payment to Sewer Fund - 1 i I : TOTAL TRANSFER/LOANS I i I ! ! ! ! ! I I , I I I i 1 i ! j 1 ! i I i i i I : i I i , I 1 I lENI?~.Q}rtJNDTBAUANCE " ,..; I. I " 't;'((~': ;'::mi,i1'~~T/(489;1~~)}BTiQ'<!~!,;4{ol2,j!_(I4j;~lti1"jb?!'<4J/1925 'TT'i",,4'i;O,38': 1 22 1 ,"" "..,--- I STREETS - TRAFFIC CONGESTION AB2928 FuND 1 I 1 1 Beginning Balance- July I 49,242 101,894 101,894 Revenues 145,795 - TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 195,037 101,894 101,894 1 jEXPENOITURES I Operating Expenses , - 1 I Total Operating Expenses - Program Expenses ; 1 ! Total Program Expenses: ! I I Capital Pr"iects: ' " Streets & Highways 151,566 , 40,000 Total Capital Projccts 151,566 : 40,000 1 'I I !TOTAL EXPENDITURES 151,566 40,000 - I , 1 !TRANSFERSfLOANS-ln<out) i i ! 1 ITOTALTRANSFERSfLOANS -,' . 'I II, , ' j I 1 ' I , I ! , , , . I 1 I I' i' 1 i! I I I I 1 ,I I : 'I I I! I , ,; I 1 I ! I I I I i 1 ' , I i I , I L..,."',,... ., .,v ,',' ,.' '... ....., ''''.,~''''....,."'.L,."...,_..,.,.,''',,i,..''''....,.,''''P'' -, "..-..1, ..'"-,~',...~~__" 1 tlj:~II'IG}I\UNJ.l:BAIJANCE' yr"i'.:"L~,~,_, r"l'@~;47ni'i+:':r;f:1!l;l1!!lt!YgTJ'i.,llO.M94Jf;~',' LI01,894';fit!'~101'8941 I DRAINAGE FuNDs Fund Activity Detail I (FlIlIds 23/1I11d 232) A V AILABLE I Beginning Balance- July I 1,584,669 1,125,235 1,125,235 437,482 622,278 1 Revenues 644,425 585,740 693,188 653,910 668,520 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 2,229,094 1,710,975 1,818,423 1,091,392 1,290,798 EXPENDITURES I Operating Expenses Administrative Services 18,694 21496 19,580 20,528 ! 21,062 Development Services , , I , 10,963 10,403 10,307 10,326 10,666 Public Services 365,537 325,143 291,054 331,850 338,748 Total Operating Expenses 395,194 357,042 320,941 362,704 370,476 1 I Program Expenses i , ! Total Program Expenses i I -I Capital Projects ! i I Flood Control and Drainagc 708,665 I 1,060,000 - , Total Capital Projects 708,665 I 1,060,000 i TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,103,859 ' 357,042 ! 1,380,941 362,704 370,476 I I TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) ! , Loan payment to Sewer Fund -I (106,410)1 (258,930)1 I , (258,930)1 TOTALTRANSFERSfLOANS I (106,410): I I I ! I i I , , i , I I I I i , I I I ! I i I i I i I I I i \ I I i I ! I , i I , lENDING F'uNI5iiJAi,AN'CE 11';",'111'1 liS'23Sf:';,;)I'!3S393:f'" ..z.......'...........y..:.. .::'if.fF(;-'..........;''''''~.,.--...)~.....,{....._:.-'.-... ...... T"" ! L.",,_""____,~~"'_"~___.. j; .<,...'".:';~:;.:..,~L.L__:::::z:~22S!~" ,.. ;~0"!i; 437,482'+"I';I,116~2d78'i:!?!"f661 i3~~ I 24 I GRANT FuNDs 1 Fund Activity Detail (Fuuds 241/l1ru 250 QlIlI253./l1ru 257) I I Be,ginni,ngBalanCe-JUIY 1 1,819,605 800,876 800,876 i 1,051,322 981,512 Revenues 1,934,906 345,430 624,777 ' 458,590 212,940 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 3,754,511 1,146,306 1,425,653! 1,509,912 1,194,452 I EXPENDITURES I Program Expenses i Community Programs 141,820 1 Environmenlal Programs 4,076 52,640 41,850 13,000 Safety Programs 4,449 52,987 Water Plant Security - 31,237 1 Wildlife Programs 28 ' Total Program Expenses 8,553 141,820 136,864 ! 41,850 13,000 i i 1 ! Capital Projects- RDA i Housing Projects 83,102 i 150,370 1 Total Program Expenses 83,102 , 150,370 I I ' ' Capital Projects- City I Air Quality 524,239 - . , 1 Government Facilitics : 10,000 - Household Hazardous Wastes '- , 122,499 229,920 161,920 Oil Recycling 19,548 - i 16,820 16,260 15,000 , I Parks/Recreation ' 285.000 Public Transit I 408,623 (104,350), (1,852), Streets & Highways 508,287 - I 80,000 1 Traffic Signals 94,101 - , - Contingency Funds 22,182 - I Total City Capital Projects 2,861,980 I (104,350), 137467 336,180 176,920 I , , I TOTAL EXPENDITURES I 2,953,635 37,470 ! 274,331 528,400 I 189,920 II' 1 TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) . I Transfer SLES to General Fund I (100,000), I I I 'TOTAL TRANSFER/LOANS i I - (100,000)1 : OUTSTANDING GRANTS i I i I Grants, to be Received as Funds are Spent 2,881,607 j - I - , , I : i !TOTAL GRANTS OUTSTANDING 2,881,607 ' - ' 1 I I I , , ' I I , i I l~",.-,,,--_~,,,... ~,~....-"""~-,,...,,_.,.,. .. .:.'".. ....~.~~...,.:."""."~."''''.,,...':t. ",., .;~;"'F" .. ".',cA. .. .',:".. "."",:" .......,.-.-,,-' ',-";:,,,.',,::,-,:,-,-,-",:<',:::"/:: .', -.. ,,,-~,.",,-,., "'-",:, _.....-,~"..-""',''''.._.,'''''',.,',.,,..~--'~-'1"''.c.,. "''''''f'''''('''''''-''' .,j1jl<O:,.....;-..;",..~.-.,,~...,.. I iENDING;FUNDiUAEAN€E" i~ ';'':',." H,; .i'l'iD"j,.IZ"'" i800,876'ii,',Z,il;108;836-"'1?,1\051;J22:r:t..i."i981;512,'>~~1\004;532,: -, .... _.~--,._--"---~--~"" _._.~_---........-'-",,,",~~ ~ 25 1 DEVELOPER AND HABITAT MITIGATION IN-LIEU FuNDs I Fund Activity Detail (Funds 25] and 252) I FUNDS A V All~ABLE Beginning Balance, July 1 1,133,301 50,839 50,839 154,6J4 254,614 I Revenues 217,538 60,000 349,128 100,000 85,000 I TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,350,839 11 0,839 399,967 254,614 339,614 I I I EXPENDITURES I I i i Operating Expcnses I I i - 1 ! Total Operating Expenses , -! i , I Program Expenses I , - - , I I Total Program Expenses i - , I Capital Projects, RDA I I I I Housing Site Acquisition 1,300,000 1 ! -1 I Total Capital Projects 1,300,000 I , I I ! 1 , Capital Projects- City l Scnsitive Lands Acquisition ! 245,353 I -I I ! , I Total Capital Projects 245,353 -I i ! i i I 245,353 i I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,300,000 i - , ITRANSFERS/LOANS,ln(Out) ! I i -, - I I ! I TOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS ! - ! , - - , I I ! i i i i i , I I i , I , I , ! I , 1 i i I I : ! i i i I I I , I i I I I I i I ! I , I I I i z~'<ibk!F50;8391'i}\,-,!I!,;i16,~39it,i!!S'i(~~@f13j;!" 254;614'11'; ,,3'39;614,,1 !.E:~I~.G_~fi~~~.Q:=:C!"ii' 1 26 I SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUNDS 1 Fund 4ctivity Detail (FIlI/tls 261tllr(}uf!1I 275) 1 I 3,550,640 4,565,382 4,565,382 4,495,526 4,135,883 i 2,218,717 2,491,510 2,343,452 2,20 I 490 2,182,930 5,769,357 7,056,892 6,908,834 6,697,016 6,318,813 I EXPENDITURES i Operating Expenses Public Services I 1,672.220 2,549,404 2,425,713 : 2,681,133 2,667,852 1 Total Operating Expenses 1,672,220 2,549,404 2,425,713 I 2,681,133 2,667,852 I I Program Expenses ! ! I l ! , -I i Total Pro!,'Tam Expenses \ i , 1 Capital Projects I I Government Buildings i - ! - , I Traffic Signals 1 I I Strcets and Highways (108,245)1 107,596 , Total Capital Projects (108,245)1 107,596 I i I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,563,975 i 2,549,404 2,533,309 2,681,133 2,667,852 TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) 1 ,Transfer Irom General Fund 360,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 I I TOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS 360,000 , 120,000 , 120,000 120,000 I I , I I , I ! , I I I i , I i ! i I ! I , , l I t ! i I I I i I I I I i 1 ! , j i i I IENmNG'FUNDBABANt?E'" ,,,'J.t,,;'''',,.' "!)4'56S3s2,,'j1tii.';4rso71,i8siiEr'''4'495526''-;4YiJ''!S83.iY<r3'770-'.'" ~~_~, ..~. ' " '. ~"_',',_,,,:,:~,,\,,,,/,~,:y_ ,,' L,\,~_~,.__~~4r-_ t _,; __ ~:i;;:;:~-' ,; _ _,;1,~:_:""';, 5, ~",#; ~.i961\'i Note: Administrative Services- Support Services expense shown in the Budget by Fund schedule is included in the I 800MHz System Fund Activity detail. 27 __._ h_,___.. ._.__.,.._____.__.__.__.__., .,.._.____.__~_.__,_._____WW .__..._---.,.__._--_.__.----_.__._------~. -,----.--.-.---- 1 I FIRE PROTECTION FUND I Fund ,..1ctivity Detail (FlIlId 280) I FUNDS A V AILABLE Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 ! 20,553 20,553 20,553 I Revenues 565,070 600,000 581,640 600,000 600,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 585,623 620,553 602,193 600,000 600,000 I EXPENDITURES I I Operating Expenses -I I Total Operating Expenses Program Expenses I Total Program Expenses - i - Capital Proj ects 1 - T olal Capital Projects - 1 EXPENDITURES , - , , ' , , I , In(Out) ; I Transfer to Gencral Fund (565,070)1 (560,000)' (602,193 Ji (600,UOO) , TRANSFERS/LOANS (565,070)1 (560,000)i (602,193): (600,000), 1 I i i i I , I , , I I I , I , . I i ! i 1 , I , I I I i ! I 28 I 1 -,-,,--,.~_.~._._._,-_.~-_._--.--.-._~---------~-_.----.-.--^ ._-,-,~._-,- 1 800 MHz SYSTEM FuND Fuml Activity Detail (Ful/d 281) 1 I BeginningBalance- July 1 82,988 85,571 79,841 Revenlies 138,000 130,000 130,000 FUNDS AVAILABLE 220,988 215,571 209,841 1 I I I Operating Expenses 48,020 I 1 Administrative Expense 39,226 41,910 47,707 51,150 Total Operating Expenses 39,226 41910 47,707 48,020 i 51,150 I I Debt Service i Annual Debt Service 87,710 87,710 87,710 87,710 87,710 I I Total Debt Service 87,710 87,710 87,710 87,710 87,710 I ! Program Expenses , , Community Programs I Total Program Expenses - I ! TOTAL EXPENDITURES 126,936 129,620 135,417 135,730 138,860 I TRANSFERSfLOANS-In(Out) I ~ I 1 TOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS , , -I I I I I 1 i I I I I I I I , I i i I I I ! , I I I I , I I ! i I , , I , I I I I i i I 1 I I I I I' I I ~"~c"C'~?'/F_" "'f. "'" '4 ,'"'''''' ..," ":~';""'W'''''lI''A!'' """''';''A''i'<-tc~';M~.,- E~ING'EUND,BALANGE[~ "l"}~F';f:":)~I~:"':[ ,> ",,,"82;988irJ!j;'''';'l83,36!l.'[I,.\~IJIlS'8~571'!J!!;,,f,'\.i,,79;841i\ijiy,il:,';J1:70 981, 29 I PARK I~'~~~~~i~S FuND I (Fund 411) I I FUNDS AVAILABLE i Beginning Fund Balance-July I 1,504,306! 1,226,870 1,226,870 1,646,632 1,728,232 1 Revenues 225,320 i 81,600 402,125 81,600 81,600 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,729,626 1,308,470 1,628,995 1,728,232 1,809,832 iEXPENDlTURES ! I I I Operatmg Expenses ,1 Total Operating Expenses - , -I I Prol,'fam Expenses ! I I ' . I - ! Total Program Expenses - i I Capital Projects I I , Parks and Open Space 502,756 (17,637) -I Total Capital Projects 502,756 (17,637) ,1 I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 502,756 - (17,637) , -I ITRANSFERSfLOANS,ln(Out) I' I I I -, Iii I TOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS - , ' , - ' , i : I I I 1 ! I I I I ! I I I ' l ! . I i I I ! I ! I I : I i , , : I I I I I i ! ! . ( I I LJ!jgQING'FUND!BALANCE:~::'ifuS2,;""',,,.,I};ji~)KK)j(226;ii7o{~,&.:,J~308;47(,"!:,;.'~:'1;,~~;~2~~~i{ii;728;2:n~_ "ii~09,~tJ I 1 1 MUNICIPAL IMPROVMENTS FuND Fund 4ctivity Detuil (Fund 421) I FUNDS AVAILABLE 1 Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 32,267 37,772 ' 37772 40,750 42,400 Revenues 5,505 1,730 2,978 1,650 1,490 1 !TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 37,772 39,502 40,750 42,400 43,890 i EXPENDITURES I I Operating Expenses I I Total Operating Expenses 1 I Program Expenses I Total Program Expenses 1 I Capital Projects I Government Buildings I I Total Capital Projects i TOTAL EXPENDITURES ' - -I ' I ITRANSFERS/LOANS- In(Out) J I -, 1 !TOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS - i- 1 I I I ! . . I Ii! I I I I i I ' ! j i , i i l " I I I , I I 1 I ' 1 1 I ,I I I 1""-"'-"""""C"''''":---''''''''^"''-l~;'':;'Y; ,"1-, """\-',,;:;"-'0;,::- ?x~;- ':'-i:t~i';.0--<-_ "-'----"',,. --;;_::J:i:~;:i;---~ -, -- ,"'" "-'-"\"'?N'Z"~~'''"':"ioL:-- - a't1r'b.1'~--~,^"~""";7i7l<"--''f'"''''''''"Q I IE~ING;~)B1illANCE"'iO"i"lJll"_'_..:i'..i;,'~~1;7i72,,,,'ii'l;;,'32;502~L''1:i~i40,i750'" &lh,,,',42,400,,, ~J',':: 43,890, 1 OLD COACH WATER LINE I Fund Activity Detail (Fulld 422) I AVAILABLE Beginning Fund Balance- July I 10,445 2,840 2,840 2,986 3,106 I Revenues i 264,698 - 146 120 110 TOTAL FUNDS A V AILABLE 275,143 2,840 2,986 3,106 3,216 EXPENDITURES I Operating Expenses I i Bond Issuance Cost 10,000 I Total Operating Expenses 10,000 - ! Program Expenses 1 i Total Program Expenses - Capital Projects 252,864 I - J Total Capital Projects 252,864 I i TOTAL EXPENDITURES 262,864 I , , - ! I TRANSFERSfLOANS-ln(Out) (9,439): Transfer to Gcneral Fund i I TOTALTI~SFER~LOANS (9,439) , , , , , I I I ! ; i , ! I i ! ! , i I I i , I I I I I I , , ! i I I i IENlnNG F1J'NI)BALANGE'i ,'.~ ' b:I;, ',zi!l40"r);':t' J;I\'2'840":: .2,986 ,)'i/h' 3'106 ,,!' 3,216, 1__________..___ . . . "" -'.", '. ;d::;;;~::;.;.S__L_:'-_;:;:"';._!:';.~5,'_,~_" '"~:_....i , 32 I 1 CITY OFFICE BUILDING PROJECT I Fund Activity Detail (Fund 423) 1 I Beginning Fund Balance- July] 3,133 35,213 Revenues 16,303,133 32,080 TOTAL FUNDS A V AILARLE , - 16,303,133 35,213 35,213 I EXPENDITURES I Operating Expenses I Total Operating Expenses - i i ! I I I Program Expenses , Community Programs - i I Total Program Expenses I I Capital Projects i , " 16,300,000 ' I I I Total Capital Projects 16,300,000 I ,[ , !TOTAL EXPENDITURES - - 16,300,000 , , i I I hRANSFERSILOANS,ln(Out) ! I Transfer toffrom General Fund , , - - , , ITOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS , 1 - ' , I , - 1 -, , , I i , I j I i I I I 1 I I I , I I ! I I I , , I , , I , ; i ! 1 I , I I I 33 I DEBT SERVICE FUND FUlld Activity De/ail I (Fund 311) I AVAILABLE I Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 4,899,8871 5,111,306 5,111,306 5,392,919 5,633,839 I Revenues 589,534 578,330 562,843 814,080 1,040,750 FUNDS AVAILABLE 5,489,421 ! 5,689,636 5,674,149 6,206,999 6,674,589 i I Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses i 86/95 Certs. of Participation Refunding 884,313 877,090 877,090 884,060 880,090 I 1992 COP (Poinsettia) 1,004,206 997,130 1,004,360 1996 COP (Sheriff's Substation) 312,812 306,730 306,930 307,890 308,730 I 2003 COP (City Otfice Building) 1,131,120 1,136,170 I I Total Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses 2,20 I ,331 1,183,820 2,181,150 3,327,430 2,324,990 Program Expenses I Total Program Expenses - ! I I Capital Projects Total Capital Projects I EXPENDITURES 2,201,331 1,183,820 2,181,150 3,327,430 2,324,990 ! \n(Out) , I 1 Transfer from City General Fund 850,000 890,000 i 890,000 1,523,840 , , 1,003,720 I Transfer from RDA Debt Service Fund 973,216 949,250 1,009,920 918,750 I 287,730 Transfer from Watcr Fund 155,840, 115,420 I I Transfer from Sewer Fund 155,840 115,420 ! i TRANSFERSfLOANS 1,823,216 1,839,250 1,899,920 2,754,270 ! 1,522,290 ! I I I I I I I \ I \ I I I I I I I ! I I , ! I j I i ! i , , , I i I ,.',::^ 0' "~[;""":""" .. ...,...c.,.,.c."......":i;:.':.-.:"-::.:.'.:::.-::.-::::,.:..-.,::::...:::~.,::;..-:...;.':'..:.:J,..:..:;.:.:.::.7::.,', ':~.~'.-. .,.-.,,,......,:. "..:, .." .." .... .:>~. ..:_::.~:"" ... -"""""':',"""":":::;! iENDINGFUND'BALANE:E',', , ~~;:: " 1."1. ,'5i!!:!i,,3,Q!i!-t0'f-i6;34si9-~~~g~i~22,219,'D'5;633;839,F 1.5;871;889'; I ~ ._...~ 34 1 1 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DIST. #1- DEBT SERVICE FUND Fund Activity Detail (Fund 331) 1 AVAILABLE I I Beginning Fund Balance- July] 4,175,160 i 4,152,317 4, ] 52,317 4,139,937 4,130,267 Revenues 2,636,746 2,680,070 2,646,130 2,649,670 2,651,580 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 6,811,906 6,832,387 6,798,447 6,789,607 I 6,781,847 I EXPENDITURES ! Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses ; Animal Debt Service 2,659,589 2,658,510 i 2,658,510 2,659,340 2,688,220 1 I Total Interest and Redemption Expenses 2,659,589 2,658,5] 0 I 2,658,510 2,659,340 2,688,220 I I I Program Expenses Total Program Expenses I I , Capital Projects I , , , , I Total Capital Projects , , I TOTAL EXPENDITURES 2,659,589 2,658,510 2,658,510 2,659,340 2,688,220 I ! i TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) I , I TOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS I I - -I , i , I I 1 I , i i I I , I I I I I , , , i i i I , I \ ! , ! 1 I , , i i I , :""",,,,..;"lin"''''''''''_'f:'';,,;..n'''~'''',~',:"j-.,,,,,.-.,--,..,'-~'-'-.....-.';.'..:..y'"i(' ;)1{;~,: j; ~;'j;-r'" .'," ;"" L ""';f~h,,,;,~"" .\--3',7-'''''''x4J:+;;j/-(.:j>''-'~T ..'" J~,~0"'i!"'~' '( .'~ .:~;~.:;:r ,""i-j"'" '~- I ENDINg.'FUNJ)"I!~IJANCE;',,;;,';(t , " , ,4,152;:31 7<'1!'i.';t,173,87!~.'2"i1'-4,I39,237,-","" 4,130,267,:rw"o/,4,09~62'7,. 35 I COMMUNITY F ACIUTlES DIST. #88-1 DEBT SERVICE FuND 1 Fund Activity Detail (Fund 335) I AVAILABLE Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 6,273,239 6,797,467 6,797,467 7 176,637 7,203,157 I Revenues 3,877,584 3,802,740 3,887,000 3,716,860 3,705,720 FUNDS AVAILABLE 10,150,823 10,600,207 10,684,467 10,893,497 10,908,R77 EXPENDITURES I Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses Annual Interest on Loans 83,857 105,710 96,040 80,920 68,800 I Annual Debt Service 3,269,499 3,411,790 3,411,790 3,609,420 3,604,930 Total Interest and Redemption Expenses 3.353,356 3,517,500 3,507,830 3,690,340 3,673,730 I Program Expenses II - -) Total Program Expenses I - -II , Capi tal Projects I Total Capital Projects :11 i EXPENDITURES 3,353,356 3,517,500 ' 3,507,830 ! 3,690,340 3,673,730 II I TRANSFERS/LOANS (In/( Out) II , I , I , TOTAL TRANSFERSILOANS - - , -I I i I II I , I 1 , I , I I , II I I I t I II I I I ! I , i I i II I I I II I I I II I I i i ) , ~ , (.....;...........i.'........ .,L'..._"..._....,..._".-~-,F.".."'.w.,..".",-;,."'i'''.. .,_', .. ...M....... --&c" I, . '" , ' ";_;-;':::.T",,'i';O>>'--"',;,--~;~"^,"',-"-"_"'!r";;-'~~"';-'--.' .?;:'~ '_""",-'" ,,' """~-'"-~"t,,1 "."..",.-.~.~; .. ,-" "::;,?_,..""_- .. ..'''''' -':.: .0 .. '._ ~ tENDINGFUNDBAllANCET,:Z,:!"" " , ' ," tT,I' ,..':6,797~:67:,:Zfti)I;,7,082~707J!ii:ef!.,,176;~7:~,,:;;1''7,g~iI~I;''~;1P'~!47d I l..::::__._...._., .... ~,____. 1 1 HIGH V ALLEY ROAD DEBT SERVICE FuND FllmJ Activity Detail (Fulld 334) I I Beginning Balance- July 1 47,929 47,110 47,110 48,458 46,978 Revenues ! 53,931 55,330 54,878 50,800 49,510 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE , 101,860 102,440 101,988 99,258 96,488 I EXPENDITURES i , Bond Expenses: I 1 Bond InteresUPrincipal i 50,625 49,380 49,380 48,130 46,880 I I Bond-Fees I 4,125 4,150 4,150 4,150 4,150 T olal Bond Expenses ! 54,750 53,530 53,530 ! 52,280 51,030 I ! i Operating Expenses ! I 1 ! Total Operating Expenses -, ! Program Expenses I 1 I , ! , Total Program Expenses I , , I I Capital Projects , I I i I -1 ! , I Total Capital Projects i I I !TOTAL EXPENDITURES 54,750 53,530 53,530 52,280 l 51,030 ! I tTRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) ! i - ! i ,I i lTOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS - - I I , i I I I , I , I I I I I i I I I , . ; 1 , , I I . I ! I , , I I I ! , i I i f 1 I I I I I ,""""",","='___""'~";*':"C"""';";-"_"',")",/,x,:".:_-_,... .....,.......".""~ .,,-..:._.'-..c,."'-,....;.'.,.:"..:----.::."'.:.:"-.--.."'''C''i::-"'"''' ...:::.::~,. "'''',...._ .. '''-''''''''''-'':'''':: .:,::_'_":-:':'_.~'.. ,--",-, "'-J";'-" - --,"!':'+-1t'l::.~,.",..;:;;....,.M~j"':_:._,;~...~..":"'_F."~,"",,""'4'L,~_'-"'~1"">"^"'''''''''"'''''"'"'' ENDING\FUND',BALANCE.,li;:;.,7"'~..,,:"'.,jj.," p,<,.."" "'" " ,47'UO)P'".;;;,!,448,910':,,",'..M,48458s'\'" ';,h46'978,,~,~I.'45 '458! , . '. .." :".,-:.,..:;;;~x:;:;:::..:r:;:;;}"'._,..,.f::-:_.>.:,..::::_.:,.;.....-e..,. .,.....-...., """;;;;"';,';.:;,//:2.:"'~_..2. ~.,.~~i':;;;';.;;.;;.;;;:;;:_." ...1.....,..._...:J<..:,."....,.. .0. "',,",''';'.'...''. .. " 37 I OLD COACH WATER LINE- DEBT SERVICE FuND I Fund Activity Detail (Fund 336) I I FUNDS A V A1LABLE , Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 48,456 48,456 53,867 54,527 I Revenues 59,138 30,930 34,454 31,180 31,100 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 59,138 79,386 82,910 85,047 85,627 EXPENDITURES 1 Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses I Annual Debt Scrvicc 10,682 29,043 29,043 30,520 30,500 I I I Total Interest and Redemption Expenses 10,682 29,043 , 29,043 30,520 30,500 Program Expenses I - T olal Program Expenses I Capital Proj eClS I i - I Total Capital Projects I I ITOTAL EXPENDITURES 10,682 29,043 29,043 30,520 30,500 I I ITRANSFERS/LOANS,ln(Out) ! 1 , - i I I I TOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS , - , , I I I I I , , , I I I I i I , , , I i i , 1 , ! i i ! I ! I I I ! I ! I ! i i ! I i I I \ I i ! I , , I I i , I I I I I l' 11!:~!~G'E.9ND.!!A1~cJ::~===,=".,===,j'~';'48;4S6t/;,"l,W"50;343{,',m\'T'5~;867Y, '2J!e'5,lj527iJ!*'I'I;",,~~;gz.J I 38 I 1 w ATE~"'~~C~i~:;L~S FUND (Fulld 510) 1 1 Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 6,226,006 2,964,190 2,964,190 2,092,873 1,938,056 Revenues 13,925,736 13)56,430 14,211,837 14;404,230 15,089,010 TOTAL FlfNDS AVAILABLE 20,151,742 16,720,620 17,176,027 16,497,103 17,027,066 1 EXPENDITURES Bond Interest and Redemption Expenses I Annual Expense 815,006 814,950 I 8] 4,950 i 812,540 818,110 Bond Issuance Cost 25,149 Total Bond and Interest Expenses 840,155 i 814,950 814,950 812,540 818,110 ; I Operating Expenses ; Legislative & Administrative Services 16],270 i 166,114 163,014 i 160,391 166,485 I Administrative Services 1,182,034 1,260,347 1,258,609; 1,221,840 1,256,715 Development Services 81,852. 82,984 86,479, 85,108 87,706 Public Services 11,040,393; 12,549,201 11,219,542! 12,036,678 12,243,360 I Total Operating Expenses 12,465,549. 14,058,646 12,727,644! 13,504,017 13,754,266 Capital Projects I Government BlIil,dings ' Streets and Highways I I Water Improvements 3795,198; 150,000 1,453,910 i Total Capital Projects 3,795,198 I 150,000 1,453,910 1 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 17,100,902 15,023,596 14,996,504 14,316,5571 14,572,376 I ' I ITRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) I Transfer to Facility Capital Fund (86,650): (86,65U)' (86,650)' (86,650)1 (86,650) Transfer to City Debt Service Fund (155,840), (115,420) I ITOTAL TRANSFERSfLOANS (86,650); (86,650): (86,650), (242,490)1 (202,070) I . : ! I ! I I I , I ' ! I i I' I I I ' i j I I : , . , 1 I I i I l."E;;.-N.''';;'D....~'I'N'G'>;~U''C:N~D''.;;'';B'''~'~\i$1\N-~"""G' "-~E-'-..,:A;.\JttN1-:?Ff;--_ t';'t;"t::,\f,.~:f'j'~>' --" 6....4;--;:,""9"'..~0"n.:, fl\ '-"'6'1"-'0";;-i'-.J'T:ria:r~:'t"-';"'- ---"t."..=':"J;:~:';'_A~-::I1""""=-1"""""'6,.~:;.~~"Ef;t~:":r-"'1;'~"",,>,",,'4-'C") I L_~, '''" ",,,"Lft,' .;ij"""...,....",'l:~:;'ii~'''>,,2,9, ,1 , ,N,., 1, ,.,74,~;;;",,-2;092,873.,i'. ,..1238,05""r,--,p2252620, , E I SEWER UTILITIES FUND I Fund 4ctivitv Detail (Fulld 52(1) I AVAILABLE Beginning Fund Balance- July I 8,312,280 5,809,623 5,809,623 1,809,392 1,180,614 I Revenues 6,604,978 6,262,480 6,364,295 6,325,500 6,462,040 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 14,917,258 12,072,103 12,173,918 8,134,892 7,642,654 EXPENDITURES I Operating Expenses Legislative & Administrative Services 112,888 116,278, 114,109 112,273 116,539 I i Administrative Services 724,646 769,891 : 773,934 748,564 770,348 , I Development Services 87,429 91,029 I 92,346 91,455 94,471 I I Public Services 7,084,199 6,620,957 [ 6,394,717 7,316,936 6,453,404 1 Total Operating Expenses 8,009,162 7598155! 7,375, I 06 8,269,228 7,434,762 , , Program Expenses I Total Pros'fam Expenses -1 I I I Capital Projects l Government Buildings Streets and Highways -I : ; Scwcr Improvements 1,065,333 I - , 2,956,280 I I Total Capital Projects 1,065,333 2,956,280 iTOTAL EXPENDITURES , 10,331,386 I 9,074,495 7,598,155 ' 8,269,228 7,434,762 I TRANSFERSfLOANS- In(Out) : ! I Transfer to Facility Capital RepL Fund (33,140)1 (33,140)' (33, (33,]40)1 (33, , Transfer to City Debt Service Fund (155,84011 (11 I Loan payment from RDA DS 1,397,520 : 1,394,760 , I Loan payment from Drainage Fund 106,410 ! 258,930 I ! (33,140)1 I I TOTAL TRANSFERSILOANS (33,140), (33,140) 1,314,950 ' 1,505,130 I , , I ; I I I I , I , , ! I I i ! ! I I ! !ENDING 'FtJNjjBALANCErl~> ~-,' ~.' i>2"'-'P"'--::-"''''-''-'~;:>-,-', '-"-"'-', ,"'" --- ---:-:-'(?:.:""~--"""";-,""'-;-"t I ' ,5,809,623-.,,. ;i4;:!.'!.0..JlO_~:10:",i,li~Q.~i39~~1;180,614}I" ,J;713,0221 40 I ,-,--- -,-_.<- "--l I eAPIT AL REPLACEMENT FuNDS I I Fund Adivity Detail (Funds 611&617) I FUNDS 1 Beginning Fund Balance- July 1 4,159,813 5,006,045 5,006,045 5,766,505 5,815,835 I Revenues 1,872,309 2,108,170 2,046,868 1,481,170 1,482,920 I TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 6,032,]22 7,114,2]5 7,052,913 7,247,675 7,298,755 1 I EXPENDITURES Operating Expenses J 1 Administrative Services 823,855 866,291 1,082, I 04 1,218,660 732,028 ! Public Services 6UO,152 636,900 602,234 611,110 624,140 I Total Operating Expenses 1,424,007 1,503,191 1,684,338 1,829,770 1,356, ] 68 1 I Program Expenses - ' I Total Program Expenses I , Capital Projects I I Government Buildings - , I Total Capital Projccts . : I I ITOT AL EXPENDITURES 1,424,007 ],503,191 1,684,338 i 1,829,770 I 1,356,] 68 TRANSFERS/LOANS- In(Out) , 1 Transfer from General Fund 271,060 271,060 271,060 ! 271,06U I 271,060 i Transfer from Water Fund 86,650 86,650 86,650 I 86,650 i 86,650 Transfer from Sewer Fund 33,140 I 33,140 ! 33,140 33,]40 I 33,140 I Transfer from RDA Admin Fund 7,080 : 7,080 7,080 7,080 7,080 1 I , TOTAL TRANSFERSILOANS 397,930 397,930 397,930 I 397,930 397,930 , , I i , , I , I , I I i , I i : I 1 : , ! , I , I , I j , I I I i i I I : i I , , I I , I I , " "1,,, ", ,i" .' I I 1Kf-"''',''~:.,.w_l<_'V~'~'''~'~< ti""':'~":"-,""""'..eo'~00J:'~:-;_';7-"_';"'_:_' ,,'" /'5A~fu045lE\10i!i;;oo~i2S4t/;?i.i"5,76i;;50~~ 5,8]5,835t~:~i{i;13:4o;5i71 ENDING!FUND'B~CE~ii!fiC, :'1;;<,1'"'- , . 41 -,~----- ..-....-.--.----.-.-..-. ._-_.~._-,-~_._..._--....._----.....-.-----. . .--_.- ~--'''-,._,- I LIBRARY ENDOWMENT FuND 1 Fund Activity Detail (Fulld 712) I Beginning Fund Balance, July I 772,460 863,079 863,079 867,547 871,427 ! I Revenues 46,188 38,600 44,679 38,840 35,110 ! FUNDS AVAILABLE 818,648 901,679 907,758 906,387 906,537 i I Operating Expenses I - - i I Total Operating Expenses - Program Expenses I Community Programs Total Program Expenses -; - ! I Capital Projects 1 ; -, -I Total Capital Projects - ! I _I EXPENDITURES - , i I I i , I !TRANSFERSfLOANS-ln(Out) I I (40,211)1 (31,600)1 1 Transfer to/fi'om General Fund 44,431 (34,740) (34,960), I I I TOTAL TRANSFERSILOANS 44,431 (34,740) (40,211)1 (34,960) (31,600)j I ! I , I i I I \ I , , , , I I i I I j I , I ! I I I I I I I i , i I i i I , I I , i I ! I , ! i l I I I I I I I J ! ; , I i... ;"..... - ,^"-- ",' .. .' "", '/"-"'''''''~;:'&0::';'} ':'_, ,i;,<W+'-:;s,(,',o,-,,",,s""-~"'~d-";~: T;:j:i" ~. ('-', --- '<".,ili<';""!'r.... 'U, ;~,:j;':f'c4~\:.'~-""'-'<~""";'''',:;':Si:j'~~'):}'' M, . - - L~1'fI?INQ}<}'!NI!J!~~IQ,E.!ir':J'::J.c1.'L",~"'I""",d"'''nl',',863,079'-"irt1I,v;866;939,p,,,,~,,,,, ,,~67,~~7"'2'i:lll!!71141.~,jli'i'L~7<t2}7' 42 I ..~_.__._-_._------- I TRUST FuNDs FlIml Activity Detail (Fllnd, 7I4throllllh 774) I IFUNDS AVAILABLE I I Beginning Fund Balance- ] uly 1 315,695 270,497 160,775 175,645 Revenues 1,136,924 64,220 14,870 13,420 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,452,619 334,717 175,645 189,065 I EXPENDITURES i Operating Expenses ; I Annual Expenses - Total Operating Expenses - 1 Program' Expenses l Community Programs 1,118,610 - Total Program Expenses 1,118,610 - I Capital Projects Buildings & Land 2,065,700 I Total Capital Projects 2,065,700 ITOTAL EXPENDITURES 3,184,310 - , , - I !TRANSFERS/LOANS- In(Out) , I Transfer from General Fund 2,002, I R8 - , , , I i Transfer to Poway Fine Arts Fund ( 160,000)' ,1 i Transfer to Kllmeyaay Endowment Fund (15,000) I , '1 - i : , I I iTOTAL TRANSFERS/LOANS 2,002,188 - ! ( 175,000) - , I , I I I I I ! i I , I I I , I i i I I I , I I I I , i I : , , I , I ! I , , I ! I , I I i , I , I l. I IENDiNG;FeND;B~eE\1ii;;]ii~~,'r~"),dMW'" '...' , '270'497L;;;,"f:.:b47171;:;,~1P2if60'775"'i,;"." 175'64S',1'iial,1"'f8'9r065i ,,-_~",_.~.:...--:~_,~_~~~_~~_,.;;;=~~~!:~2=i2j1\-- -",-. ":'..~w" , ,,'-":~.i1_.,;', ,,; ';' ',: ')'~._i-'" . ,". /:.x. <;:'. ,.. ,', .'4, ',f\" .,' , " 43 I w=~",,,,,~,,,,,'.,=:;c,,=;:;Z'~-=~,",,"-~,,,,,-:-::;c,,,,,,,-,,,",'.,,,"-':"":==--=--~"""""==:=-":::"'-='==":~'-'- I " I \1 ,i I H Ii I I' d I II !i I;! i! il " I. U II IF Ii q r II I II II 'I ' I I' ! I I I I II II I Ii Ii n ' p I I !I' II t, ' , 1l .. ]I I iI I II . 'I It I Ii ' Ii 'I I II. I, .\ I H iI I .i II 1; :; I Ii " " . 'I ' I, I !I I I ',I II !I Ii I I II II I, ,j ., ! L . I Ii, CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROG RAMS, 2003-04 ,nd 2004-05 ;1 IL ._~_. _., . _ ~.. BON~_I~~~~~ST AND REDEMPTION I I '~~. ..... -. "_"'H'~_~," -""-~'-'~~ ..-. 45 I BONO/LoAN INTEc~~f~:va~ND REDEMPTION I I FUND 1995 General Obligation Bonds 543,4] 8 535,790 535 790 534,630 536,950 I 1995 Revenue Bonds 263478 271,030 271,030 269,780 273,030 Bond Issuance Cost 25,149 Processing Fee I 8,110 8,130 8.130 8,130 8,130 I WATER FUND 840,155 814,950 814,950 812,540 818,110 I SERVICE FUND I I 1986/1995 Certificate of Participation I 876,838 I 871,590 871,590' 874,560 870,590 I 1992 COP (Poinsettia) 998,8961 997,33U 998,860 1996 COP (Sheriff's Substation) 305,765 I 302,130 302,130 303,290 304,130 2003 COP (City Office Building) -I, 1,126,520 1,131,570 I Processing Fee 19,8321 10,1001 10,100 24,200 18,7UO I I I DEBT SERVICE FUND I 2,201,331 I 1,183,820 I 2,181,150 I 3,327,430 i 2,324,990 I I 1 I I ! I ! V ALLEY DEBT SERVICE FUND I " I 1996 Assessmcnt District 96 -I I' 50,625 49,380 I 49,380 48,130 I 46.880 I Processing Fee , 4,125, 4,150 I 4,150 4,150 4150 I Ii, ! '" DEBT SERVICE FUND HIGH I 54,750 I 53,530 53,530 ! 52,280 I 51,030 I ,I I' ~ I l COACH WATER FUND I I I 200 laid Coach I 10,682 I' 29,040 29,040 29,020 i 29,000 I I , -, - 1500' 1500, I I I ' I ' i DEBT SERVICE OLD COACH I 10,682 i 29,040 I 29,040 I 30,520 I 30,500 I I " I" POWAY CFD DEBT SERVICE "1 I I 1998 CFD # I A & B 2,655 951 2,654,510 2,654,510 2,655,340 I 2,684,220 I I Processing Fcc 3,638 4,000 I 4,000 4,000 4,000 1998 CFD #88 -I I 3,343,090 3,510,000 i 3,510,000 3,605,420 I 3,600,930 Processing Fee I 10,2661 7,500 ! 7,500 4,000 I 4,000 I DEBT SERVICE CFD i 6,012,945 6,176,010 6,176,010 I 6,268,760' 6,293,150 MHZ SYSTEM DEBT SERVICE I I I I 1996 Backbone Debt Service 87710 I 87,710 I 87,710 I 87,710 I 87,710 , I ' I I iTOTAL DEBT SERVICE 800 MHz i 87,710 I 87,710, 87,710 I 87,710 I 87,710 I I i I I i , ' 'I' I ' Ii, i f l ' i (, 1 ___, _, 1 " ",,--', "', .-- ",' , ,,_'_ - ,: ,', ' ,"" "., lC ," ,./~ ~"";' ~" ;"~\-',;/,- "~, . ,'" '='","~'r;:;:"'-"f'~"""-"'--""r''''''~':~f\'-' ,'" ~~~!m!pTAL,~~"",,,--I;', ,;:,~II:i:'::'" ""~L. "11;136;891,:,,:;,,, 8;31~,,02,?P~I;;lri9;313,350\;1,~i,l0,572l~011,:~'9,605~420 I I 1 I , 1 I I , I ! I 1 ! 1 ! i ! i 1 I I I I I I I ! , I , I I I i i , I I I 1 I I I I CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003~04and 2004-05 STATEMENT OF FUND BALANCES I ...-..' .~._.-----_.._-._~-~-"-,_..'_.. 47 STATEMENT OF FUND BALANCES ,;"~ General Fund 12,233,279 27,688,210 27,092,228 , (334,940) 12,494,321 Gas Tax Fund 183,228 : 891,590 - 962,860 , , 111,958 Street Development Fund (659,081) 95,750 , , 300,000 (263,331 ) r Prop A Fund (147,882); 948,090 I 850,000 , , (49,792) Street Traffic Fund 101,894 . - - - - 101,894 Drainage Fund 437,482 653,910 362,704 i (106,410) 622,278 , Grants Funds 1,051,322 458,590 ' - 528,400 - 981,512 Deve loper In Lieu Funds 154,614 100,000 , - - 254,614 Special Assessment Funds 4,495,526 2,201,490 - 2,681,133 - 120,000 4,135,883 ... j 00 Fire Protection Fund - , 600,000 , , - j (600,000 ) , 800 MHZ Fund j 85,571 i 130,000 87,710 i 48,020 i 79,841 - , - Park Improvements Fund 1,646,632 81,600 - , - , 1,728,232 Municipal 1mprvmnts Fund 40,750 I 1,650 - - - , 42,400 City CIP's 6,119 ' 32,200 - , - ! , 38,319 Debt Service Funds 16,811,818 ; 7,262,590 9,759,910 , 2,754,270 17,068,768 I Water Utilities Fund 2,092,873 , 14,404,230 812,540 13,504,017 (242,490) 1,938,056 , . Sewer Utilitiies Fund 1,809,392 I 6,325,500 - 8,269,228 - 1,314,950 1,180,614 Capital Replacement Fund 5,766,505 1,481,170 - 1,829,770 397,930 5,815,835 Trust Funds 1,764,922 i 85,840 (34,960) 1,815,802 ; ':'-\::' >'.... ," ,,:' 1066'0'160:' Cr. 55!59~9:960, " ~ :t'A'i<.::.:~ :."'i,,,\,:>. L:~',~,5.,.::<l;;;;: >:',,' ", > .,;""; - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. - - - - - - .. - - - - - - - - - - ST A TEMENT OF FUND BALANCES 12,494,321 28,644,880 - , 12,736,425 111,958 890,750 - , - 39,848 Street Development Fund (263,331 ) 78,040 - , , 300,000 114,709 Prop A Fund (49,792) 946,830 - 850,000 , - 47,038 Street Traffic Fund 101,894 - - - , - 101,894 Drainage Fund 622,278 668,520 370,476 , (258,930) 661,392 Grants Funds 981,512 212,940 - - 189,920 , 1,004,532 I "'" Developer In Lieu Funds 254,614 85,000 I >0 - - - , 339,614 i Special Assessment Funds 4,135,883 2,182,930 2,667,852 120,000 3,770,961 I lire Protection Fund 600,000 - , - (600,000) ,I , !800 M HZ Fund 79,841 130,000 87,710 51,150 , , 70,981 I t 1,809,832 I IPark Improvements Fund 1,728,232 81,600 , , , , , I ., 42,4UO 1,490 43,890 I IMunlclPal Imprvmnts I'und , , , ICity CIP's 38,319 110 - , , - 38,429 IDebt Service Funds 17,068,768 7,4 78,660 8,768,470 - 1,522,290 17,301,248 Water Utilities Fund 1,938,056 15,089,010 818,110 13,754,266 , (202,070) 2,252,620 Sewer Utilities Fund 1,180,614 6,462,040 - 7,434,762 , 1,505,130 1,713,022 Capital Replacement Fund 5,815,835 1,482,920 1,356,168 , 397,930 6,340,517 Trust Funds 1,815,802 77,560 - , , (31,600) 1,861,762 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I ! i 1 I , , 1 1 1 I I 1 I I I I . 1 CITY OF POW AY FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 2003-04 and 2004-05 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY LOANS PAYABLE TO CITY 1 -,.~"~.>,.,-",,,_.., .."'...._'''''...=''''''',.__.......H.,. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY LOANS PAYABLE TO CITY p eneral 4,790,458 3,501 730 208,390 I 4,790,458 4,790.458 rainage 2,077,156 2,115,448 4,192,604 - 90,356 2,077,156 2,205,804 4,282,960 ment 1,646,944 1,095.447 2,742,391 - 71 642 I 300,000 1,646,944 867,089 2,514.033 3,804,911 3,362,124 7,167,035 165,514 - 3,804,911 3,527,638 7,332,549 , , 2,610,827 984,243 3,595,070 - 113,571 I 78,720 2,610,827 1,019,094 3,629,921 v. '" 11,000 9,770 20,770 - 479 11,000 10,249 21,249 rk p,'ovemen 125,660 118,750 244,410 - 5,466 - 125,660 124216 249,876 200,000 160,238 360,238 - 8,700 200,000 168,938 368,938 For reference only,not accrued in either receivable or payable fund Interest rate for loans using the City's estimated average investment rate of return for FY 2003-2004 - 4.35% A Iso, assume new loans and payback occur at mid-year ._,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,'i""""""""""" """~,_""_,,,,,,,,,,,_"_"''''''''',",..,,,,,",~~_.,,,,,.,,_c_,_. ~"";"'.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY LOANS PAYABLE TO CITY 4,790,458 4,790,458 3,434,450 188,740 4,790,458 , , 2,077,156 2,205,804 4,282,960 - 81,840 - 2,077,156 2,287,644 4,364,800 1,646,944 867,089 2,514,033 64,890 [ 300,000 1,646,944 631,979 2,278,923 3.804,911 3,527,638 7,332,549 , 149,913 , 3,804,911 3,677 ,551 7,482,462 v. w 2,610,827 1,019,094 3,629,921 - 102,867 I 71,300 2,610,827 1,050,661 3,661,488 11,000 10,249 21,249 - 433 - 11,000 10,682 21,682 125,660 124,216 249,876 - 4,951 - 125,660 129,167 254,827 , 200,000 168,938 368,938 - 7,880 200,000 i 176,818 376,818 , For reference only-not accrued in either receivable or payable fund for loans usjng the Cjty's estimated average investment rate of return for FY 2004-2005 ' 3 94% I m_____._______..____......._._..._......__.___.___.__..__.......____._.__.__...._._._.__.___......._.._..._____ I -I I Ii I I i i , II I I II I I I I II II i II I II II II I II ! II I I I II I I I II I I' CITY OF POW A Y FINANCIAL PROGRAM: 2003-2004 AND 2004c200S PROGRAM EXPENDITURES I, -- I LEGISLATIVE AND I ADMINISTRA TIVE I I City Council/ Commission I Redevelopment Agency I I City City City I Attorney Manager Clerk I 012 013 011 I ,~_w._,_ --,. -.,.-- f"-- Administrative Community Development I Services Services Services I , 100 200 i 300 I _~.___,'.~w_'._.--...._,_. , I Public Safety RdA & Housing Works Services Services I 400 500 1000 I I i I 56 I I __,_..__'"'___,.,._____,_~..____.w_,_._~w__._~~_ ----~---~-~~_.~ I CITY COUNCIL Legis/ath'e & Administrative Department Department Code: OJ 0 I I Total Positions ,...,'H'_"'_ .., . .... ,~,.~."'___, w."_^W~.~,.W^_~~W^_,_~___~~~, I Personnel Expense $ 96,676 $ 93,320 ! $ 96,80 I $106,630 $111,550 , Operations and 249,322 200, I 00 191,128 204,010 209,880 Maintenance I .----.-- Capital Outlay 6,300 I I I OVERVIEW COMMENTARY , I "-'~~'''--'-- .- I w'"w' I The City Council is comprised of five members by the citizens of'Po""ay to serve for four year overlapping terms. The Mayor is directly of Po way fora four-ycar-t\'fm. Annually, the City I Council reorganizcs, sclecting a Mayor i I I The City Council is accountable to and programs providcd by the City The City Council serves as the City's on all legislative matters involving the I approval and adoption of all City mattcrs and leadership. In reaching policy decisions; th'e and reviews proposals designed.to meet communitv nceds whilc maintaining desired levels. - I I' .' . ..'-- I I The City Council appoints the City Managcr, City Attorncy, and Clt)'Clerk and establishes various citizen I advisory committees to ensure broad-based input into City affairs. The City Council oversees the expenditurc'of I I all City funds throughout the fiscal year, initiates new programs to upgrade cxisting services, and dcterm ines the i I I ability of the City to provide financing for the proposed budget as submitted by the City Manager The City 1 . Counci I also serves as the Board of Directors for the Poway Redevelopment Agency i I I ! I , i , I I I I I I 57 I CITY COUNCIL Legislative & Administrative Department I Division Number 00 I 0 I ~ To ensure that municipal services are provided in the most efficient, effective, and responsive manner I possible to meet the needs and desired service levels of the community ~ To provide legislative guidance and direction for the establishment and operation of City programs and I services. ." '- , . .,/ ~ To provide an open forum for direct public for resolving co~';nullity issues. I ~ ~,.- ~ To establish and oversee the goals and objeaives. I ~ To inform local, county, state, and concerns, and issues facing the citizens of Poway I - ~"^-""- ~ To ensure that the City operates in a fiscally .' .._- I ~ To oversee and monitor the expenditure of all City and Redevelopment AgetiCYfunds. I I I I FY 2004 I Community Relations increase in July 4'h and Community Day fireworks $8,000 contribution. i "._ i__Commu~it):' Relatjons decrease in AD6J>Ipr.!:lgr.!lm!~~ding,---- I i Publications and Dues required adjustments in the annual contribution to $575 $5,812 ! the San Dieguito River Valley Park Joint Powers Authority ,. .- ----- - -..-----. --- I ! ! I , I I , i I I I I I I , , I i , 58 I I CITY COUNCIL I Legislative and 4dminLstrative Department Divi~ioll No: 0010 I ! I i Mayor 13.104 13,630 14,080 14,080 Councilmembers 38,486 40,120 41.910 41,910 I 11120 - Special 51,590 53,750 55,990 55,990 1300 Benefits 45,086 39,570 50,780 55,710 I and Maintenance 11799 Professional Fees ! 39,830 15,000 15,000 15,000 I 3110 Mileage 22,500 22,500 22,500 i 22,500 13140 and Meetings 26,130 26,940 24,060 ' 24,060 13310 i 1.010 2,800 2,800 2,800 I :4126 Servi ces I 500 14710 Stationery Supplies 2,143 2.150 2.150 , 2,150 2,150 14904 Relations 85,935 39,250 33,759 ; 42,300 42,300 I 4922 810 1,200, 3,046 i 1,200 1.200 4924 and Ducs 70.064 88,860 82,4161 87.320 93,190 5530 Outlay Rental - Onice Equipment 900 900 I 900 : 450 450 I , I I , I I I , I I I ! , , : l i ! I , , I i j I I I I I I : I , I , I ! I i , , 1 i , I I , , I i I I I i I Outlay I I Total 59 I ^"" ""..."._.,,.....,,',._."'~,,.,,'"'_.,'"''~~.<''~__''' '~'...M'_~'""_"_"'_,_"..,'<M......._.._~_."._'&~.~,..._.w__w.~~~...~~.~,_w__.~"~~,.~~"ww.W.w_~w.,_~'~~'~F'.'..". ..~..~,..~_.W. _",,,...,'.."......,...,,.,,.._~__ I LEGISLATIVE AND I ADMINISTRATIVE I I City Council I Planning Commission I , , I , , I City Clerk I 011 I I I I I I I I 60 I I ~ ---- ,-~~~~,~"'---,-~,._-~------- ! I I' CITY CLERK Legislative &' Administrative Department Department Code: 011 I I Total Positions 4 5 4 ! 4 I Personnel Expense $225,020 $310,370 $241,231 $258,680 $268,620 Operations and 102,417 120,330 I 106,830 115,840 I Maintenance i Capital Outlay 32,616 - I I OVERVIEW COMMENTARY I The City Clerk is appointed by the City Council to serve as Clerk of the Council, Records Manager, and Election OtTIcial of the City In carrying out this function, tllC City Clerk coordinates the City Council agenda preparation I and prepares the accuratc record of City Council proceedings, actions; and docurpentation of City Council meetings. I 'llle City Clerkalsoserves as Secretary of the ~9~~j~~~.yeIopmentAgency, the Plan&g Commission, the Poway , Public Financing Authority, and on the:t9~L~t~!t~~~!lW~:~~Xl~Inc. . "" I I .,e~I;it(Mi%tg;t~;#iH'mmjl~~p;i+~4W$:I~ai~;f-#'B'~~~** I The City Cle:k's Officeis the cent~Ui!~~J~~gg;~,~~g~~~t~~~~~\[~i~dCity staffrcgarding Council action. This I I department IS tes?onslble for thei~9.t~~1!~~~~:~~,~~~~~iit~'!\~~,;iP.rotectlOn of all o~ctal Clt~ records and I coordmates the CttY-Wlde luncl1onabq~n~~~~~t~&VJ~))~~?SJ~~lHiMI~ijgmg program. .The City .Clerk.s Offi~e also I I maintains and manages the City'S 2Jf-si.teE,~c.ords",~)9f~~e:'!1119thty~DJ~gijl.adverl1sements;'mcludmg notices of I I public heanng and calls for bids, are placed thi..Oti~'thls' office.. ..g",cordmg of docwnents for all departments IS I I coordinated through this office and COdjJ:iC<ltiOnq!;GlJ,tY:iiPproved~din;UiCes'intOthe;p.12-iYijY_MuniCiPal Code is also I handled herc. The City Clerk's OtTIce coordinates appoifnment oLCouncil=appointed committee members and maintains information regarding the committees including charters, agendas and minutcs. Additionally, the City I I Clerk coordinates information for the City's homepage on the Internet: www.ci.poway.ca.us. I i . The City Clerk organizes and conducts all municipal elections. City Council candidates receive their nomination I I papers from the City Clerk and all candidate filings including campaign disclosure and statements ofecol1omic interest are processed by this office. The City's responsibilities in the citizen-initiated petition processes such as initiative and recall are handled by the City Clerk. I I Other services available in the City Clerk's office include: Voter Registration; Operation of Passport Acceptance I Facility providing processing of United States Passports; Certification of City Documents; Acceptance of Bids; Processing of Claims and Notarization of City_initiated documents. I I 61 I CITY CLERK I Legislative & Administrative Department Division Number OD 1 J I y To serve as custodian of the official records of the City, ensuring the safety and security of the I documents. y To manage the City Council agenda process to ensure timely preparation, legal notice and follow- up on all items requiring Council action. I y To record concisely and correctly the meetings of the J:ity'C9un~jlIR,edevelopment Agency )> To cstablish a records management prog!:l'm. tp,~rpvidc for efficicnt storag~ retrieval and I disposition of records, including th7,!I[RI~~TA~li,g~. ofthc PUFFS (Poway Uniform Functional Filing System) throughout all ,~i(~~,~~p.~Etlfj,i~f~I~IT*~~is~~wide optical imaging system. )> To conduct all municipa(11)r~8tiqi'.$$\i~q~r!fJgl~g~f~,~~~g~%~h existing laws to preserve the I accuracy and integrity oftIieZg~?c<:ss%.~~ifi!!!.g.~!~illl~1i!fr;.g.&ir~\1' ~.;if,)L'v':-'_f;;j--'6*_'ij4'4ti:it'-- ,'L'7~%'J;tP::~4~:-dF;i'i'S;;-'jiH*ik' )> To p~st and publish ina ma!ln~fii:~~~Bl,~jrg~r\vV~:1Q;~ts!~I!~~~,~l~legal notices of public hearings, meetJDUS and bId proposals k&,;. t5!<_:>,_W,'1t0ff_-__s;,Jf1fl~(dffi,/;*'_:!L,;_-\"}'f.,';-_';'ltfy."':p b_' _'_ ';~i";L~-:;-00;"'y?j ~i#1_,h~J"i~j;t:~~:~'}.A:~-<.:ij_ ____.w,__,~.., ------,.-.-~ I )> To coordinate appointmentofCouncil-aPBRivted::Q.ol21}njtteemembers. y To serve as Secretary for the Planning Cor!fm!~sion, Powa))"RedeveI9P.ment Agency, Public Financing Authority and PowaY'Today:riiE:rW\~.'", ..._" _ ...-::' -",. ~._. I y To ensure compliance with the Political Reform Acthyalriignated employees, Committee members, Councilmembers, and Council Candidates with timely tiling of Statement of Economic Interest and Campaign Disclosure statements. I >- To provide information to the public through the Internet. )> To initiate, implement, operate and maintain a Passport Services Facility I Legal Ads & Public Hearing Notices 189 215 235 I Documents Recorded 138 275 300 Environmental Documents Processed 86 110 115 I City/Planning Resolutions Processed 120/73 140/1 00 150/110 RDA Resolutions Processed 15 25 29 I Ordinances Processed 16 25 30 Minute Pages Prepared (CC&RDA) 282/115 380/150 500/200 City & RDAContracts/Agreements 54/17 75/24 85/30 I Public Requests for Information 15,500 17,000 17,500 FPPC Filing Officer Activity 257 325 340 I Internet Activity ('98~16.417 'OO~57 793) 66,133 68,000 70,000 Passports Processed 2,470 3,400 4,100 I Answer/Assist 3726 5.200 6,000 None I 62 I I CITY CLERK I Legiflative alld 1dministrative Department Dil'i~ion No: 00 J J I I City Clerk i 1.00 84,483 87,440 87,440 90,500 i 90,500 i 56 Deputy City Clerk 11.00 49,072 50,790 50,790 52,570 I 52,570 45 Administrative Assistant III 11.00 32.537 69.490 45,114 ] 34,710 j 36,440 i I 39 Administrative Assistant II '1.00 _ 2?- 460 , 28,~()0 :_",~2,89.9_1 --,0......---,-..-.....-..>. ^. .__ ..__,_. "._.'u._. --- ..................-.. .~,..,.._.~ Salaries - Regular 166,093 235,180 183.344 ' 206.240 i 209,400 Salaries - Pat11ime 6,744 -I -I I Salaries - Overtime 2,000 2,000 ' 2,000 ! Vacation & S/L Adjustment 1,705 -I Benefits , I I 1510 26,796 19,771 , 1799 2,661 12,000 37,000 I 7,150 7,250 3110 4,635 i 4.900 4,900 i 4,900 4,900 I 3140 2,038, 4,110 . 4,110 I 7.310 3,260 3310 1.102 3,000 : 3,000 ! 1;020 1,080 4,251 9,910, 9,910 I 5,000 5,000 iR&M Equipment , 800 : 700 I 78 800 ; 700 IOflice& Stationery Supplies 5.473 9,500 ' 9,500 i 10,000 10,500 I ,Operating Suplies 351 500 500 500 500 I i Education and Training , I 1.898 1.600 ' 1,600 1,600 2,000 I ' - 10,000 I i Election Services 3,621 12,528 5,000 15,000 I Printing 11,441 23,000 23.000 23,000 25,000 I I Publications and Ducs 1,122 2,020 2,020 2,160 2,160 I Advertising 30,002 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 Rent-Buildings and Grounds 3,858 \ 5,000 5.000 6.500 6,500 I i Capital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 3,090 3990 3,990 1,990 1,990 I ! I I I , , I I , ! , i I I Capital Outlay & Computer Equipment 32,616 I Total 408,860 I 63 I I LEGISLATIVE AND I ADMINISTRATIVE I I City Council I Planning Commission I ! I ! I l I City Attorney I 012 I I I I I I I 64 I I I CITY ATTORNEY Legislative & Administrative.Department I Department Code: 012 I Total Positions I --..-.-...- .-- Personnel Expense $ J 32,909 $140,700 $137,564 $134,480 $137,540 Operations and 13 8,93 8 111,850 111,618 132,390 132,390 I I I OVERVIEW COMMENTARY I 1 ! The City Attorney is appointed by the City Council to serve as for all mattcrs related to the operation I ! and admihistrationofthe City The City and staff.apprised of any legislative or I legal developments that may impact the I " '~ I I Through a contract with the City, official meetings, appears at all legal proceedings and as provides other specialized services. I The City Attorney also drafts negotiations, reviews legal I I documents, and defends the City's also serves.l!s)egal.advisor.to other 1 Council appointed boards and represents relating to City business. The I City Attorney also serves as General Counsel to ".,~, , I I I i i 1 I I 1 I I I I , I I , i I I I 65 I CITY ATTORNEY I Legislative & Administrative Department Division Number' 00 l2 I ~ To provide the City Council with assistance in the development of policies based on sound legal I principles, which enable the City to accomplish its goals and objectives. ~ To keep the City Council and staff apprised of any legislative and legal developments, which may I impact the City ~ To prepare ordinances and resolutions City Council .pol icies. I " ~ To drat! contracts, agreements, by the City Council,'Rede~~lopment I Agency, and staff. ~ To review the legal content Attorney prior to submittal to the I City Council. -..".--.,,,. O<_.M_ ~ To ensure that the City maintains POWay'Municipal Code, and state and federal I laws. .~ -- - ~ To rcpresent the City in courts of jurisdiction on legal matters relating to thc City I ~ To oversee City litigation in which the City Attorney is not the attorney of record. ~ To communicate public legal positions taken by the City Attorney and the legal rationale for City I actions. I I I I I FY 2004 FY 2005 I City Attorney Fees increased due to historical and anticipated service $20,000 I requirements. 66 I I I --_.,~_.-._--_._-_.._.._.,.__.__.._--_.^--.-._---~_.._-----.-.._---- -I CITY ATTORNEY I Legisltltive lInd Administrative Departmell1 Division No: 0011 I I City Attomey 110,537 110.400 114,264 114,260 114,260 \ I _.--,,,~. 1120 - Special 110,400 114,264 114,260 1300 Benefits 30,300 23,300 ! 23,310 I , I 1702a 100,375 48,100 83,100 68,100 ' 68,100 1702b 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 1702c 34,352 35,000 10,000 35,000 35,000 I 1702d 10,000 10,000 10,000 3140 1,693 4,870 4,725 4.400 4,400 4710 576 700 700 700 700 I 4924 1,942 3,180 3,093 3,190 3,190 I i I I I , , I I I , , I I I I I I 271,847 67 I LEGISLATIVE AND I ADMINISTRA TIVE I I City Council I Planning Commission I I City I Manager ! 013 t I ~;.....;.,.,-, ,*~..._-_.,_._..........,.._'."',..~. I Administrative Community Development I Services Services Services 100 200 300 I I Public Safety RdA & Housing I Works Services Services 400 500 1000 I I I i I 68 I I ._~,-;,;-;-;-;;~,,-".,,--~--_.._-,,--._-._~..._,,--,,-,"--,-----"'---~---"---'"--,---~-"----,,._---,_._,._----""---_.'"- -_._""---~ CITY MANAGER I Legislath'e & 4dnrinistrative,Department Department Code: 013 I I Total Positions 6 6 ~ --~ ---- .- I Personnel Expense $601 ,950 $620,830 Operations and 80,550 Maintenance 79,710 I - I I OVERVIEW COMMENTARY I The City Manager is appointed by the City Council to serve as the City's chief executive officer responsible for the overall planning, organization, and direction of municipal activities within the City The City Manager also I serves as the Executivc Director of the Poway Redevelopment Agency responsible for the planning and direction ! of the Agency's activities. I The City Manager advises the City Council on all legislative and policy matters as well as provides the City Council with recommendations to assist the Council in making thc most effective and eftlcient policies that address the needs of the community The City Manager is responsible for ensuring that all ordinances, laws, and I regulations. are implemented and enforced in the City To ensurc efficient and effective administration of matters I within the City, the City Managcr provides direction to all City department directors and employees. ! I The City Manager is also responsible for the prcparation and submittal of the annual City budget to the City Council in addition to advising the City Council on the financial condition and needs of the City I I I , , I I I I 69 I CITY MANAGER I Legislative & Administrative Department Division Number 00/3 I ~ To advise the City Council on all legislative and policy matters. I ~ To assist the Council in dcveloping the most efficient, effective, and responsive policies, which meet the needs and desired service levels of the community ,.-" I ., ~ To direct City staff in the implementation through the centnilization of authority and responsibility I ~ To develop innovative and to ensure the highest quality of service is provided to the I ,....,,~ ^ _..- ~ To keep the City Council the City, the San Diego region, and cities statewide. I -. ..~C ~ To apprisc the City Council of all municipal affairs and operatiOns. ~ To advise the City Council about the tinancial condition and nceds of the City I ~ To assist the Poway Redevelopment Agency Board of Directors as Exccutive Director of the Agency I I I I I I I FY 2004 FY 2005 I None I 70 I I , --- -.-.--- ....__._-_._~--- .-----, I CITY MANAGER I I I Legislative and 4dmilli...trati~'e Department Division No: 0013 I I FfE -" ..-- ~_. City Manager 1.00 132,000 136,620 139,694 , 141,400 i 141,400 88 Deputy City Manager 1.00 108,145 111,930 111,930 115,840 i 115,840 69 Sf Management Analyst 1.00 64.155 1)9,720 69 720 I 72,460 I 72,460 I 61 Exec. Asst. to the City Mgr 1.00 45,251 57.460 57 460 I 54,520 i 57,250 45 Administrative Assistant III 1.00 35,620 38,710 38,710 i 40,060 ! 40,060 39 Administrative Assistant II 1.00 27,513 29,900 29,900 i 34,550 I 34,550 I I 24,24Q....__21,2;lQL 1~,5}Q...____~,67g, 1110 - Regular 412,684 444,340, 447,414 i 458,830 ' 461,560 11130 - Parttime 8,614 24,240 ' 24,240 I 18,520 26,670 I 1140 Salaries - Overtime 1,905 2,610 173 2,600 j 2,60~ I 1199 & SIL Adjustment 12,382 4,429 i 1300 Benefits 122,40 I 136,690 131,822 115,300 130,220 I I I and Maintenance 1510 Services 3,000 1469 1,500 3,000 1799 Professional Fees 2,750 2,100 2,200 2,200 2..200 I 3110 Mileage 12,840 I 12,960 6,960 12,960 12,960 3140 and Meetings 7,454, 14,560 13,815 12,390 12,520 3310 379 : 420 602 420 420 .. 3320 : 10,250 I 10,230 10,470 10,720 11,060 I 4308 29 380 380 380 4710 1,818 1,940 1,940 2..240 2,240 4730 : 655 : 400 634 400 400 I 4799 W: 330 80 330 330 - j .. 4908 269 ! 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 i 4922 24,592 ! 21,250 21,211 21,250 21,580 I I 4924 and Dues 10..205 ! 3,420 3,203 3,840 3,860 I 5530 Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 3,550 ! 4,000 4,000 2,580 2..58~ I 5710 Costs (36)1 I , I 1 I I I I I ADMINISTRA TIVE I SERVICES I I City Manager 013 I I , Director Administrative Services/Treasurer I 100 ! I i I I Computer I Personnel er Finance 101 103 Services I 104 I General Support Risk I Services Management 106 107 I I Facilities Capital I 105 Replacement I 108 I I 72 I I I ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Department 4ctivity Overview I Department Code- ninO I 29 27 27 I Personnel Expense $2,126,690 $2,047,780 $2,]21,120 and 1,475,304 1,907,130 1,963,580 I Outlay 779,544 I I OVERVIEW COMMENTARY I The Department of Administrative Services is divided into. eight aperational divisians including the Office af the Directar, Human Resaurces, Finance, Camputer Services, General Support Services, Risk Management, and I Capital Replacement. These organizational divisians caordjnate'theday-Wday activities afvarious internal operationsafthe City and supply specialized }tilKf,s!lPp,9rt services to. all other City,-<!epartments. ~liqit~~~;t~W*r~)T~ltf:1~~;l~]~~ % ..~ ~ """ I The department's staff is vested wi~h,.tfl'e,!rti~R:~~~jJ2\!i!ij;,~:qft(iN!2!\i~rall management afthe City's finances with a facus an maintaining the City's fin~13'i;I~W~~~lfityj\(2)!RrtRaY~tIR1TIahd maintenance af annual balanced budgets, (3) administration of the City's errlB!B~~!~~~J;~~~~(~~;I~l\{~~tjBli;&fpositivc labar relatians with.City I emplayee groups, (5) documentationro~;~d~~~i,~~~~~~,;R,~li~~~'~~\nracedur~s, (6) provisian af staff. . develapment apportunltles through9.ut.the'organl.~i1\!I2!J;!(;{~fi~ffictent pr~.d.u.(:tIanaf.waterand'sewer blllmg and meter reading functio.ns, (8) promotian afa saJea@,ipraductive'\\c9ffenviranment, (9) administratian afthe I municipal insurance and risk manage'.'lenl, and,(,LQltDajntcnance afthe CitY'sco~p~~.r system. ^_.TS..,rc;:;:;.'.^' The persannel in this department also. function in an in-house-cansultant capacity by providing technical I expcrtise and specialized financial informatian to. ather City departments. I I I I I 73 I DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES I Administrative Services Department Division Number 01 no I The Office of the Director of Administrative Services is responsible for the coordination and management I ofthe internal operations of the City and Redevelopment Agency Divisions under the direction of the Director's Office are Human Resources, Customer Services, Finance, Computer Support Services, General Support Services, Risk Managemcnt, and Capital Replacement. I The Office of the Director is also responsible for providing staff assistance to the citizens' Budget Review Committee. I _. '. I :>- To increase employee morale and growth by creating anq maintaining a work environment that encourages dedication, commitmeiH,.<J.nd continued learning. I ~ To develop and utilize staff to improve administration of personnel, iiscal, and other I ~ To coordinate the development of the development efforts. , ._~- .-' I ~ To improve user friendliness of the City's Financial provide continued training to ensure that the system's capabilities are fully utilized. ~ To coordinate thc preparation and administration of the City's financial plan and long-range fiscal I forecast in cooperation with other City departments in a manner which enhances the City's financial health. I ~ To build upon the Department's success in providing communications, information and support services to our internal customers. I I I I I I -"'<<,"'~,-,",-,,'- '.__..... _'_'__~_'n'M'.'.'_' ,_".._.~.._~^_.~"~,, >__,~,_ ,....='x,.~_,,___.~~_'^,._ ~w_..._h _"'~'_"-""".;' _, ,; <_.,...~,^. __.h~'.~_',''''_~_ I 74 I DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES I AdministrlltiveSen'ices Department Djvi~ioll No: 0/00 I I Director of Administrative Services 1.00 I Deputy Director of Admin. Services 1.00 I Sr. Management Analyst 1.00 I Sf Administrative Assistant 1.00 1 0.50 - _.----- 1110 Regular 320,971 I 1130 - Parttime 12,542 1140 - Overtime 500 1199 & S/L Adjustment 2,534 1,114 I 1300 Benefits 82,057 89,470 86,916 82,940 I 1704 Service 11.874 11.820 11.820 13;000 13,390 13110 Mileage 7,032 7,450 7,450 7.450 7,450 I 3140 and Meetings 1,606 5,140 5,135 4;260 4.440 3320 Postage 131 360 316 360 360 4120 Other Contractual Services 2,653 31747 29747 I 4308 R&M Equipment 29 110 80 ! 110 110 I 14710 Office & Stationery Suppl ies 1.346 2;060 1,8041 3310 2,060 I 14760 Operating Supplies 15 , - i I Other Supplies and Materials , 14799 514 1,250 730 1,400 1,400 I 4908 Education and Training 14 960 690 960 1.040 I 14922 Printing 1,235 2,210 1.671 500 5001 I 4924 Publications and Dues 1.392 1,580 2,391 2,540 2,570 I 5530 Capital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 1,800 2,560 2,560 1,510 1.510 5710 Administrative Overhead 36 I I I I I I I \ , I i I I i I I I I i i I I , I I I. H\ 1:- I Outlay 16122 Equipment/Computers I I Total 75 I HUMAN RESOURCES I Administrative Services Depurtmenl Division Code: 010 I I It is the responsibility of the Human Resources Division to provide comprehensive centralized personnel I services to the line operating departments. The division's activities include the overall management of recruitment, examination and certilication processes for selection and promotion of personnel in the City's workforce. The Division implements and administers personnel policies and practices, employee I compensation and bcnefits, training, and employee relations. The Division is also responsible for maintaining all personnel records, coordinates special employee events, the suggestion incentive program, and the employce service awards program. I ~ To continue to provide helpful, courteous and employees and the I public. '. I ~ To utilize professional providing guidance to o'perating departments concerning ~ To continually strive to expended. I ~_._-~ ~~; .- ~ To foster employee morale and potential en"V'ironmcnt that encourages I professionalism, communication ";"-' --, "~_.~;,:,>:>, ~ To provide employee training programs necessary to maintain compliance with state and federal I legislation, as needed. ~ To coordinate special employce events to maintain and promote effective employee relations. I 2,200 2,000 2,200 I 48 40 45 I 6 6 10 Evaluations Processed 328 325 350 Personnel Transactions 210 205 320 I +$32,630 I 4908 -Increases in staff training & costs I I 76 I I I .-..__.~-_.._,. -.-..-.----,--.-.--.- . I I HUMAN RESOURCES I I ,Jdminb..tmtive Senlice~.. Department Division No: 0101 i I I 78 Human Resources Manager 1.00 84,483 87,440 104,854 90,500 90,500 53 Human Resources Technician 1.00 45,556 47,150 ! 47,150 48,810 48,810 I 47 Human Resources Assistant 1.00 36,717 40,670 40,670 42,090 42,090 _~._._'__'__"M__._'_"_"'" ~M'_'.__'.~~. _.._ -""~ 1100 Salaries - Regular 166,755 175,260 192,674 181,400 181,400 I 1130 Salaries - Parttime 2,513 1199 & S/L Adjustment 3,283 1300 Benefits 45,217 50,600 53,764 45400 51,090 I ! and Maintenance I 11510 Services -; 2,000 1,000 2,000 2,000 , 2,800 ' ,3110 Mileage 2,421 3,219 2,800 2,800 3140 and Meetings 1,284 3,890 3,890 1,980 2,200 I 3310 188 4120 Services 20,171 27,860 25,253 20,950 17,750 14308 Equipment 213 90 90 90 90 I I 14506 I Employee Awards 18,345 19;840 20,340 28;800 28,300 I '4710 iOffice & Stationery Supplies 1,500 1,570 1,570 2,400 1,700 4908 !Education and Training 34,798 31,930 31,930 63.230 60,730 i I 4916 I Medical Exams 8,356 16,600 18,100 ! 23,520 22,370 I ,4922 Printing 3,801 3,750 3,750 3,600 4,000 14924 ! Publications and Dues 3,662 4,680 4,680 5,250 5,370 I 14926 !Tuition Reimbursement 5,178 4,500 6,000 7,000 7,500 4934 I Recruitment 23,291 28,000 26,500 25,740 27,030 , 4936 i Rental- Equipment 85 I 5530 [Capital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 2,160 2,160 2,160 I 1,080 1,080 ! I , , I I I i I i i \ I I : 1 ! : I I I I I I Outlay I &,Computer Equipment 702 I Total 343,735 I CUSTOMER SERVICES I Administrative Services Department Division Number 0102 I The division administers the billing process for ambulance, water and sewer service. They receive and I process applications for water and sewer services, schedule and perform meter readings, handle customer inquiries and complaints, process water turn-on and tum-offs, perform miscellaneous meter repairs, and pull and exchange water meters. I The Customer Services division performs the accounts receivable function of the City The division's personnel are responsible for the collecting, recording, and depositing of all the City revenues. This I includes follow-up on delinquent, closed, and unpaid accounts in a manner that assures a high collection rate. The Customer Services division is also responsible for the processing and issuance of regulatory licenses I and business certificates, and City Hall receptionist services. The division provides management of City properties, including acquisitions and administration ofleases I for private uses. I >- Continue to provide to the puhlic and other City departments I );> Coordinate with newly established acquisition procedures >- Provide central of City properties I >- To maintain a high billings I ""',,<W02"03c' 20PM4' 2004-05 ..:....);, ..~.,:~.~.\; . . , ESTIMATED 'PROJECTED PROJECTED I Meters read for billing 81,300 81,800 82,300 Past due notices 5,600 5,725 5,850 I Delinquent accounts (doors tagged) 2,800 2,850 2,910 Delinquent tum-offs 320 350 380 Miscellaneous service ordcrs 1,200 1400 1,500 I New/Closing account service orders 1,850 2,000 2,250 New business rcgistrations issued 160 170 180 Business registration renewals 500 720 520 I Regulatory Licenses issued 150 165 180 i Ambulance invoices 1,025 1,050 1,100 ! _, ,.0...,..,,-",-- SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITY PROGRAM CHANGES, CHANGE I None I 78 I I CUSTOMER SERVICES I Admini.'ltrative Sen'ices Department Divisioll No: 0102 I Title I 78 Revenue & Business ActivityMgr 84,040 56 Lead Customer Services Worker 52,570 50 Customer Services Worker 131,340 I 44 Customer Services Technician II 153,540 3 1110 - Regular 366,752 390,290 383,469 410,500 421,490 I 1130 - Parttime 44,239 25,500 34,682 30,520 31,250 1]40 - Overtime 59 1,800 800 800 1199 & S/L Adjustment 10,743 I 1300 Employee Benefits 118,144 135,220 117,020 132,110 I 1510 4,027 1,095 I 1726 5,000 5,000 10,000 5,000 1799 3110 2,400 2,800 2,753 2,40b 2,400 I 3130 10,463 10,140 10,140 i 13,430 I 50 060 3140 1,287 850 236 i 680 680 I 3310 188 I 3320 26,037 30,000 ! 28,353 32,000 32,000 ,4120 Contractual Services 9,872 21,500 21,500 2,500 2,500 '4308 Equipment 3,854 5,500 5,214 9,530 9,530 I 4516 Tools 388 750 I 555 750 750 4710 & Stationery Supplies i 2,366 3,300 2,250 2,940 2,940 4730 Suppl ies 1,245 1,500 1,000 2,900 2,900 I 14799 Supplies and Materials i ],853 2,600 1,614 2,210 2,600 I 14908 and Training 538 2,440 ; 1,150 2,440 . I 2,440, 14922 Printing 3,654 18,0621 17,591 14,500 15,500 i 4924 Publ ications and Dues 325 570 50 300 300 I I , 4928 Uniforms and Laundry 1,027 1,740 1,695 1,740 1,740 I 5510 Capital Outlay Rental - Vehicles 7,960 7960 7,960 3,980 3,980 I 5530 Capital Outlay Rental- Office Equipment 16,530 14,380 14,380 6,210 6,210 I 5720 Cash Over/Under (91) 50 50 50 i I I I I I FINANCE 4dministrative Ser'vices Department I Division Number 0103 I The Finance Division is responsible for the management of the fiscal operations of the City It is the duty of this Division to assure accountability and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and I established policies and procedures as well as government codes. Areas of responsibilities include internal control, investments, financial reporting, budget compliance, fund accounting, accounts payable, budgct coordination, payroll processing, revenue forecasting, expenditures and encumbrance accounting, and bond I administration. Functions include financial data collcction, analysis and reporting; implementation of City's financial policies; fiscal control and audit; investment of surplus cash; monitor tax rolls and special assessments, disbursement of funds in accordance with purchase orders and adopted budget; purchase I requisition processing and othcr related activities. I >- To promote communication between and the other Clty.d"partmcnts concerning I the budget and expenditure '0 >- To update and maintain with changing governmental rules I and regulations and the >- Enhance Budget to_<:::ity departments. I >- To strengthen financial national as well as state awards.for excellence in financial reporting. ~ ." ~ I .- '-~""'..",.. I ^~ ,~. -;"-~";""- .,..- I Investment Earnings (in $54 $5.0 $41 $3.6 millions) ._..,,"., 'm_"w~ '-..-..- Investment Yield % 5.5 4,6 4.3 39 --~~_.~ .-,---- I Purchase Orders Processed 648 700 725 700 ,,",,"_. ..,,_. - Vendor Warrants Prepan:d , 1 O'?JL. _ II II 11,000 - -. Adjustments I Processed 78 80 ~. _....- ".-,-..;..... Payroll Che~ks_Pr.?.ce~~d, 7,946 100 8,100 .- ._. -~~_.-._-_." I 1799 - Decrease from FY03 due to one-time GASB 34 accounting conversion -$36,580 - I I "'.-.--.- .__ '_"_"__"__',__~"_'_^'_~','_,"~',_~___'"',__'.'.___'_~___~_."._'.W.~._~..;;';;_..._^', , "", . _.--.__.._._--_._.~_.-...,. ""..~._,-"""''''"'~,....__._.~.._._,-..~..,~-. "._"_MO"-___ ...__.__._...;'^;....M~'___. I 80 I FINANCE I Administrative Sen'ices Department Division No: 0103 I iRange Position Title FTE I ,..,- _..._._-~._- '.. - ,- .-...-.... -.- I 78 Finance Manager 1.00 84,483 I 87,440 87,440 90,500 90,500 .1 69 Senior Accountant 1.00! 67,643 . 70,010 70,010 72;460 72,460 58 Accountant 12.00 . 103,111! 106,720 106,720 110,460 110,460 I 1,4. 4i\cco..u-"t~~gTechnician__...._i~QQ,I",~,.?43 .IL_!Q~,.~20 109,431 j 113,()~Q.. __IJ5,:!2Q.1 1110 i Salaries - Regular . 344,980 372.390 373,60 I, 387,100 I 388,880 1140 I Salaries, Overtime 900 ~ I 900 i 900 ',' I . 'I . 1199 ! Vacation & S/L Adjustment : 9,251 I 2,355- 1300 iEmployeeBenefits i 103,1521 116,570 111,470 i. 98,650. 111,150 ~;fi!Jlttfl1P;T7P.k.">>7%~&};?{",:,fi;'~dir;~'{:"*;1~~kf;t~Hn:~,$M~r'0i;~j1t:t;#!!iIf?';,';'~~'\,:,!Jri-l,:~itt'fy)i:~kn~:;_~WtiX':-:::~~"?Z,",;':hi;il!J}H~r"'i'i'ii''-'::''",;:j':'-mfFX':kf-~"::;"-~~'i"'t~II,1t:;:?it_j::1:t;1",1:_~"J~c",;,;;,:,j0:~\!ji{'~OO-'kS:';;;;;;,~ '. . ,~,.".x/.j;ro.tal.Berso. n. .n.e.l,... .",'. K'...... ip..... }ir,... .........,.' .....-"......."...,457,38}'n... .489,860" ,,,,.,..,487,426,,....,,....486,650..,,\!',,... 5 . ,900. I ""'''''')j(......10;;;~:ti~;;~;;i'''Mai~~~~:~'~~.~'E.."..j....,..'''. ..................... .'. 'HX. ..........",.."..........,,""': ...."..... .'. "'. r .,If","". ".,...,,," .....,.....,"'.... 1510 iTemporaryServices 17,170 I -' , .. I 1799 'Other Professional Fees 49,937 65,000 91,581 55,000 50,000 311 0 I Reimbursed Mileage 2,509 2,700 2,578 2,660 2,660 I 3140 iTravel and Meetings 737 2,040 930 1,450 1,580 I .. . 3320 ipostage 35 179. 100 100 I I 4120 iOtherContractual Services 17,282 18,150, 19,054: 20,010 21,010 4308 : R&M Equipment 29 500 ' 300 ! 500 500 4710 I Office & Stationery Supplies 3,470 i 5,380 4,058 i 4,700 4,800 I 4799 I Other Suppl ies & Materials 46 ' 250 200 . 200 200 4908 jEducation and Training 1,495 3,800 3,500' 1,300 3,800 4922 jPrinting 3,420 ! 9,400 8.365 8,000 10,200 I 4924 IPublications and Dues 1,499' 2,080 2,011 1,690 2,140 5530 ICapital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 5,050 5,050 5,050 2,450 2,450 , 5730 j!ntergovernmental Fees . 30 : I 5750 'Uncollectibles 1.148: - i 5755 jAccounting Expense 5.787' I I i , j i I ' II , I I I II ; I I , , I II II 81 I INFORMATION SERVICES .Adminislrative ,Senices Department I Division Numher 0 I 04 I The Information Services division performs overall management ofthe City's infonnation and I telecommunications systems. Functions directly performed by the division include the purchase, installation, administration and maintenance of City servers, network infrastructure, personal computers, printers, and telephone system. The division serves as a help desk for the City's 180 computer users. The I division utilizes contractual serviccs for specialized technical support and new software development. l I The Information Services division supports citywide applications such as Microsoft Office, Novell I I GroupWise and the Banner Financial and Human Resources system and coordinates the development of new applications and reporting requirements. The division also serves as a resource to departments investigating the implementation of pre-developed vendor supplied systems. I ~ Coordinate the voice and data office building and fire station 3 I ~ Continue to improve the and network with a goal of virtually I continuous (98%) up-time. ~ Provide users with better documentation to reduce the I number of service calls. --, ~ Ensure that the technical staff technology info'rmation.and.maintenance I techniques to improve their support desk capabilities. ~> .- -""-"~._-'...::::L__ ~ Continue to improve the City's capability of a rapid recovery of critical systems and data in the event of I a major system failure. I Help Desk computcr service calls 525 540 I _._..~ ^ "'^~__.._._..MM_'" ~~~_~'~'_""'_'_ Help Desk telephone service calls 312 325 340 - Help Desk total service calls 2,42& 2,500 I Computer installations 67 40 I I I 10 - Deletion of Computer Services Technician position I .w.....,...,..,~ I 82 I I .-- --._-_....--- .-"--. INFORMATION SERVICES I Administratit:e Sen.'ice,,. Department Division No: 0104 I I 78 Information Systems Manager 1.00 84,483 87,440 90,500 90,500 58 Computer Applications Coord. 1.00 42,93\ 46,580 48,200 50,620 I 58 Multimedia Specialist 1.00 52,600 . 55,230 55,230 I 69 Network Administrator 1.00 58,720 62,970 ! 68,430 71,840 ! 53 Information Systems Technician 1.00 45,565 47,160 SUPP<?I!JIlte!!l..__. 10.50 - -- _.~.. I --.-~ -,,~ - Regular 2%,750 I 268,190 - Overtime 2,300 2,400 I & S/L Adjustment Benefits I and Maintenance 1712 Proccssing Consultant 21,268 13,480 13,200 12,000 12,000 110 Mileage 2,507 3,780 ! 2,927 3;780 3,780 I 3130 Maintcnance and Operation 82 ! 26 2,050 1,880 i I ,3]40 and,Meetings 1.277 2,900 1,533 2,300 2,300 3310 ITelephonc 342 600 664 960 960 I 4120 'Other Contractual Services 36341 34,860 31,482 34:860 34,950 4308 IR&M Equipment 12,147 20,200 14,933 20,690 20,600 I 4710 jOt1ice & Stationery Supplies J 991 1,920 1.235 1.920 1.920 I 4760 lOperating Supplies 6,154 4,100 3,32] 4,100 4,100 4908 IEducation and Training 6,800 3,694 6,800 6,800 I .4922 i Printing 62 100 100 100 I 14924 I Publications and Dues 1,933 1.300 1,204 1.300 1,300 I 4928 i Uniforms & Laundry 100 100 100 100 I 5510 ICapital Outlay Rental - Vehicle 1,010 1,010 I 5520 iCapital Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 3.430 3,430 I 15530 ICapital Outlay Rental - OffIce Equipment 37,820 39,840 39,840 18,200 18,200 . . I , , , I 1 I I I I Ot1ice Equipment - i -. 500 500 Computer Equipment - Hardware 5,000 5,000 I Computer Equipment - Software 16,625 3,500 3;500 I 491,1 96 528,270 83 I GENERAL SUPPORT SERVICES I Administrative Services Depart,henl Division Number 0106 I The costs associated with the citywide telephone system, City Hall utilities, and City Hall maintenance are I provided for in the General Support Services Division. In addition, costs associated with the City Hall fire and burglar alarms, copy machines and citywide postage are charged to this cost center I >- Serve as a resource for departments in the and agreements I for services and products , "- >- Ensure City-wide compliance with I ~ Provide management of contracts equipment and general ,. I supplies ..~-- - >- Coordinate the City bidding process ._~". I >- Maintain a registry of vendor resources for obtaining quotes for products-arid serviccs I I None .-- i I I I I I I I 84 I I GENERAL SUPPORT SERVICES I Admillistratb'e Sen'iccs Department Division No: 0106 I Title i I 65 Management Analyst 40,139 i - Assistant 12,486 33,440 25,065 26,300 27,62~ I I 1110 -Regular 40,139 1130 - Part Time 12,486 33.440 25,065 26,300 27,620 11140 - Overtime 1.500 I 1199 & S/L Adjustment 2,555 - 1300 Benel; Is 14,290 10.030 4,729 3,410 3,610 I 12] 10 and Maintenance i and Electricity 40377 60,000 47,918 50,300 52,820 I I 12200 Utilities- Other 7,233 6,000 5,988 6,000 6,210 13110 Mileage 351 13140 & Meetings 594 I 13310 86,9651 79,830 75,579 79,620 82,830 13320 43,079 51,560 52,090 53,100 54,700 4120 Contractual Services 1.034. 1,350 4,518 1,350 1,350 I 14126 Services 1991 I t -I !4304 Repair & Maintenance 46 \ 4308 Equipment 20,746 i 33,280 ! 24,582 , 31,100 33,600 I 4318 Radios 3g,875 ! 41,910 47,707 48,020 51,150 , 4710 & Stationery Supplies 715 i 500 260 750 500 14730 Suppl ies 4,032 5,400 3,293, 5,730 5,730 Supplies 5,449 5,750 , 5,750 5,750 I 14760 6,121 ! 14799 Supplies & Materials 319 i 14922 Printing 409 - ! I 4924 & Dues 255 - -I 14938 Bldg. & Grounds 1,050 1.1 00 1,110 1,300 - 5520 Outlay Rental - Other Equipment - 1,830 1,830 I 15530 Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 29,100 27,900 27,900 14,850 14,850 5710 Overhead Costs 351 -( , 5730 Intergovernmental Fees 10,424 1,850 12,024 1,900 1,960 , I I , . i I I I 7,440 : , I 368,840 85 I RISK MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS I Administrative Services Department Division Number 0107 I Risk Management I The cost of managing the City's risks through purchased insurance and self-funded programs are detailed in this cost center The primary coverages include General Liability, All-Risk Property, and Workers' Compensation programs. Monies go toward insurance premiums and contributions to a pooled risk joint I powers authority for claims adjusting and stop loss protection. Emplovee Benefits I The cost of employee benefits are reported in this division under each benefit category They are health and life, workers compensation, and retircment. I .' ., - /' I ~ To focus on loss control and minimize the ~ To maintain the City's Safety the Safety Program. I ? To ensure the maintenance of a through the administration of the City's safety program. I _.,~-_.~ - ~.~..~,.- ......-. ~ To educate the various departments on of the City with thc use of the Risk Management Manual. I ..,..- -.-,,,"'~ ? To provide safety training classes to all employees in the City I 5108 - Insurance Premiums - Other Increase of liability insurance premiums +$49,000 I .. '.,.".- I I I I I 86 I I I ---~-,~ ---_.__..._._.,-,---,_._-- ------1 RISK MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS I I Administrative Sen'ice.'1 Department I Division 'No: 0/07 i I . ,Goi:le' lifi10J1.' ..Expense,Classi ficatiiin~(',Koi1'4f;Ji!i~hii~,d(.h;)Ach1al'h';'t:.~.ji?Apl'rcivedit,;!H;;Esiiiiiate'dh'::i':'h,.Propbsed~5S:;!PrORostd~1 ">,_=._~ "0_';'- __'''_.~." .... ........" "___"..._'..~__ ................._...__.~;..~. ....~._.. ."".....M..".."-... -""-","...',_ .',-.'''' ....-.-......... ......" .0. .,......,...... .."..... ","".,..,. .... __ ,;., ".._....,,,.......-,.;....,....-..,,.-,...,.,.. .............; ,_...~.~;....."lc~..._L...... ".... ....<< <.,.. ','_,.,,'<l.'.'c'<^' _..~"".. ".,_",.M_..... "" I Operations and Maintenance .. ! I I 1300 !Employee Benefits (3,663,128): (4,360,092); (4,098,211) (3,816,330\! (4,313,840)\ 1310 IHealthJLife Benefits 1,478,409 1,897,321 I 1,736,731 1,977,500 2,087,340 I 1350 iRetirement Benefits 1,696,545 1,977.771 I 1,858,980 1,306,700 1,659,390 , I I 1360 IWorkers Camp. Benefits 488,174 485,000' 502,500 532,130 567,110 , 1726 ,SpeCial Studies 3110 !Reimbursed Mileage 15 30 350 350 3140 !Travel and Meetings 125 800 924 650 680 I 3320 I Postage 20 ,4120 I Other Contractual Services 641 , i 4710 iOffice & Stationery Supplies 7 640 114 640 640 I 4730 !Photographic/Copy Supplies 360 I -I 4750 iSafety Supplies 1,149 : 2,500 1,635 2.500 2,500 I 4760 JOperating Supplies 201 650 650 650 650 ' I 4922 !Printing 250 250 I - ! -I 14924 !Publications and Dues I 2,106 1,950 1.890 1,950 1,990 ! !5108 ilnsurance Expense 654,411 666,970 657,006 713,730 730,290 I I 15760 iUninsured Claims (65,595)1 15,000 17,355 15,000 15,000 I I i , I i I ! I I ! I ! i I , I I I 1 I I ! i ! r I I , I I ! I I I I I I I i I I i I j I I i I 6122 Office & Computer Equipment 172 ' 161 200 I 6128 Photographic Equipment 560 I Division Total 593,792 692,781 735,670 I 87 I CAPITAL REPLACEMENT I Administrative Services Department Divisiun Number Ii/05 & Ii/OS I The Capital Replacement Fund accumulates funds to provide for the replacement of the City's capital I equipment. This activity is financed by annual rental rates charged to division's assigned vehicles, construction equipment, office equipmcnt and other capital items. I --' .., I '.. " ~ To ensure that the City has sufficient for the scheduled replilCement of all vehicles and equipment and ... ", I ~ To establish equipment rental a sufficient fund balance while minimizing fiscal impact I ~ To monitor the program so that ...,~ ... I "'...._.w_~ -::' I I I None I ......_- I I I I I 88 I I CAPITAL REPLACEMENT I 4dministranl'e Sen'ices Department Divisioll Nos: 0105 & 0108 I I Operations and Maintenance f1799 Other Professional Fees 13,395 884 - 4304 Building Repair & Maintenance 95,109 75,000 166,281 326,000 361.000 I 4932 Advertising - ! 232 5520 Capital Outlay Rental 16,500 16,500 5730 Intergovernmental Fees 135 I 6122 & Computer Equipment - 6402 184,410 I I 5,792 121.443 277,000 184,410 I - Outlay I 6104 and Trucks 51,900 i 413,707 397,934 i 357,000 25,000 16106 Construction Equipment 206,387 : 59,000 59.000 50;000 6122 Office & Computer Equipment- 252,673 i 188.425 195,551 I Office Equipment -, 74;000 17,000 I Computer Equipment - Hardware i 125,600 119,000 1 I Computer Equipment - Soltware 2,100 25,900 72,000 I 16\24 I Paramedics Equipment 26,069 , - !6126 I Park Equipment 20,348 26,700 26,700 47,000 26,700 ! 16130 !Shop Tools _I I 6136 !Telecomnrnunications Equipment 165,000 -I 6199 lOther Equipment 5,272 ' 10,000 10,000 i 72,500 35,000 I , 16402 Buildings , -I I I , i ! ! i I I i I I I , , i I I I I I I I i \ i , I 0, I Total 927,723 1,343,332 1,242,037 89 I I COMMUNITY SERVICES I I City Manager I 013 I I Director I Community Services 200 I I Recreation Lake Aquatics I 201 Operations 203 202 I ! r--'--"'.-'.""""'_"_h ....-,..........- .-^_.. I M,'~_ 0.."..- Performing Old Poway Library I Arts Center Park 204 205 206 I I , I l I 90 I I I CO~p~~~~:~v~~~r~?wCES Department Code: 200 I I Total Positions 25 24 26 I Personnel Expense $2,196,746 $2,377,670 $2,307,350 $2,517,200 $2,592,780 Operations and 1,805,914 2138675 2,308.148 2041060 2.122460 I Maintenance ' , . , , , Capital Outlay 148,578 134,434 207,547 68,840 109,790 I I OVERVIEW COMrvt.EN:rAE:Y , The Community Services Department is the cultural, sociaJ:'and recreational activitiesfor '. I the City The Department is divided which include the' Offi~e of the Director, Recreation, Lake Operations, the Performing Arts, Old Poway Park, and thc Poway Community Library . I! I I TheDirector of Community Services, seven op,ratingdivisions. They II ! provide direct staff support in the orprogtamsae'slgn~d tosignificantly enhance the I quality of life of Po way residents. _,' , ..;:::;'0' -'" I Responsibilities of the Department include: (I) coordinatini'resoU';c~;' of public and private agencies to provide I I ! community-wide special events such as Poway D. ays; (2) providing liaison services to various City committees and I I nonprofit foundations, as well various community groups; (3) providing the means for community input into the II I development of leisure programs; (4) providing a balanced program for recreation, leisure,and.cultural services for Ii the community; (5) administering the City's transit and animal control contracts; (Ii) coordinating, preparing and I I managing various types of grants to provide additional financial assistance to the City for specialized recreational and i i cultural programs; (7) administration and management of the Poway Center for the Perfonning Arts; (8) overseeing II the City-sponsored services and hours of operation for the library; (9) managing the City's cable franchise agreements; .(1 0) utilize technologies to provide residents access to City programs and services; (II) managing the i City's government channel programming, and (12) providing graphic, artistic, and video design assistance to all City II departments. I , I II I I ! I I I I ! I I 91 I DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES I Commllnitv Services Department Division Number 0200 I The Office of the Director of the Community Services Department is responsible for administering and I managing all operations within the department, including the divisions of Recreation, Lake Operations, Aquatics, the Poway Center for the Performing Arts, Old Poway Park, and the Poway Community Library The Office of the Director is also responsible for the City's animal regulation, cable television franchises, I the City's grant-funded programs, park site acquisition and development programs, the local transit system, the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve, Goodan Ranch, the City government channel programs, and evaluates new technologies that can provide citizens with 24-hour access to City information and library resources. I By planning and coordinating the programs for Community Services' opcrating divisions, the Director ensures that Department responsibilities are implemented in an effective and eflicient manner The Department also provides staff assistance to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, I Pcrforming Arts Advisory Committee, Teen Issues Committee, Community Fine Arts Advisory Committee, Goodan Ranch Policy and Operational Committees, and Senior Issues Committee. The I Department is also an active. member of the Poway Center for the Pcrforming Arts Foundation and the Blue Sky Community Foundation. I l- To provide a wide variety of programs and information on City services and facilities available to I citizens via the City's Web Page and government access channels. l- To provide assistance to MTDB and SANDAG in the developmcnt of regional transit bus or light-rail service in thc 1-15 corridor .~ I y To ensure high quality animal control, cable service~forthe residents of Po way y To meet the aquatic, recreational and residents of Pow';ly l- To ensure that new or upgraded provide access fofpubl ic, I education, and governmental l- To evaluate the services and ensure the most efficient utilization of the facility and its I y To cooperate with other public enjoyment of Blue S~y Ecological Reserve and Goodan ~,.-"'.-' }o To increase outreach and involvement in moderate income families. I ""....".._.,-..~- - ._. ~-"~-~^"'-~~ I 4120" Increase to contract with County for animal control services. +$27,600 ~-, ,- ..._,,-~ - I I I 92 I I DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES I COI1V1UJllity Services Department Division No: 0200 I FTE I 88 Director 1.00 108,145 111,930 : 111,930 115,840 115,840 69 Sr. Management Analyst 1.00 67,237 69,590 ' 69,590 72,470 72,470 49 Sr. Administrative Assistant 1.00 41,285 42,730 42,730 44,220 j 44,220 I 45 Administrative Assistant 111 1.00 15,976 31,850 i 22.106 40,060 i 40,060 Analyst P'!!1li!,!'~,~_~I:OO..,' ,___57,?~O [,___60,41.0_'. ._ n663 64,220 _.6~,650 " 1110 Salaries - Regular 232,643 ! 256,100 ! 228,356 272,590 272,590 ' I 1130 - Partti me 57,580 ' 60,410 ; 91,663 64,220 65,650 1140 Salaries - Overtime ~,790 4,000 9,967 7,000, 7,000 1199 & S/L Adjustment 7,656, , I Benefits and Maintcnance I 1702b Fces- Attorney 500 4,000 4,000 1799 iOther Professional Fees 10,000 I 10,000 2110 j Gas and Electricity 7,004 i 8,500 I 9,000 9,960 ! 9,960 I 12200 'Other Utility Charges 5,087 : 3,300 ! 2.300 2,400 I 2.400 3110 I Reimbursed Mileage I I 5,497 6,[00 I 5,899 6,1001 6,100 I 3140 !Travel and Mcctings . I 7,180 i 6,562 7,640 i 7,640 7480 I I 3310 jTelephone 842 , 880 ' 1.166 1,580 ! 1,650 I , 100 I '3320 I Postage , 91 200 100 100 14102 ' Animal Regulation 121,624 142,600 140,948 149,200 I 159,200 I 4120 IOther Contractual Services 22,544 I 27,580 [ 17,848 6,800 I 6,800 40,000 [ -I 4132 IGoodan Ranch Region Park - , 4304 IR&M Building 131 3,720 ; 3,278 3,720 ' 3,720 I , 2,000 ; 2,000 I 4308 IR&M Equipment 1,750 2,000 2,000 ,4710 iOtlice & Stationery Supplies 7,995 8,000 8,130 8,300 i 8,300 14730, ;Photographic/Copy Supplies 108 900 I 900 900 I 900 I 4760 ! Operating Suppl ies 1,519 2,000 i 1.550 2,000 i 2,000 ,4799 IOther Supplies & Materials , 4,004 2,000 : 2,000 2,000 2,000 4904 ICommunity Relations 24,074 42,1721 42,172 31,000 I 31.000 I 4908 'Education and Training 1,791 1,700 i 1,700 1,700 : 1,700 4922 Iprinting U29 I 1.500 1,500 i 1,500 1,500 I . 4924 I Publ ications and Dues 1,568 2,150, 1.550 2,150. 2,150 I 4938 . Rent - Buildings & Grounds 7,045 7,000 I 8,331 9,490 I 9,660 5520 : Capital Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 2,5 50 2,550 5530 IcaPital Outlay Rental - Otlice Equipment 4,700 19,650 I 19,650 6,710 i 6,710 I 5730 Intergovernmental Relations 959 I -I , I i i I I I 93 ..'-~""""- I RECREA nON Cnmmunitv Services Department I Division Number 0201 Division of the Services Department is responsible for providing programs and I services that bring people together, foster human development, promote health and wellness, increase cultural I unity, and provide recreational experiences for people of all ages in Poway Activities include program registration, facility scheduling, classes, camps, and special events that cover a broad range of interests : youth and teen programming; youth sports field scheduling; special needs programming; recreation facility I operations; and marketing activities. The division is responsible for the operation of the Poway Community Center and sports facilities, the Dog Park, and two gymnasiums. The division also oversees the scheduling of all facility rentals and sports facilities. Two new additions to the Recreation Division are the operation and I programming of the Poway Skate Park and Mobile Recreation vehicles. The Recreation Division coordinates activities with the Poway Unified School District, Weingart Center, youth sports associations and local nonprofit groups and organizations. The Recreation Division also offers class and program scholarships to I low- to moderate-income families through the Poway Leisure Assistance for Youth (PLAY) program. >> Implement Internet registration for the summer The goal is to have 25% of I all registrations completed through the l[lte~hehbY:$I)fing 01'2004, with advertisi[lg through Poway Today . ,0:,;iL::>;!'if';:1it;:f;;J;~:;C-;;;**,,, and the CIty of Poway web page.:>h'Pi;/;mS1'?i&:::[€E1iY4"~:::~-r~~';:,,,I~/_j I >> Increase the joint use of the MotJiI~:R'€Bf~~ti~)nil?f6'g1.tm~Witl1;the Sheritr s Department afldSchool District by providing services to all~~~1j~;rgfrtfi~t91?1i\;fulfliit'Ytih1~5fijQ1l6t.iQn with the Ncighborhood Watch/Crime i&i':'!::::'''--''-'iM---;'''~;;'''',~s'':;_:v~":;~ -..:;, ":f"'::'; ?-,:..c"{':R1;~jTl:?;7':"-:iPW&n,::;-F ; Prevention programs and.ExtenoeiRSchooIlSeiivicesfprogramsrf# I t;',:~/*:;'Y':1f,",:,--,'rt':':',(--,>,i"i"4;f,''J:'''-t,Y' J;;'"'"1-"';,. A~;!.;;:,,:,,;-;i,':::;;;;?i.i"-'!k;' >> Dcvclop and implement progriih\g;aQ,it\~.Y;~~~A1~jl!!S'lEg~~x\~,~~te Park by collaborating with skateboard shops and the Teen Recreatio[l c:Jub;"";';A!;Z~:t{JL';;;Je~\f'@;ti;g;:,' .. _'._ _ >> Incrcase summer programming for tecns'by p~Qyidihg,additiQnal catiJps and transportation. I >> Improve the development, planning,.flncJJ~~tUl~PBLoach of currefln~vents, inclu.gj'.)[; participant evaluation, fundraising, quality and increased activity Iiy improvem.e.'.)!~,t9,thecurrenl'eveiiri;lanning proccss. }> Coordinate programs and events with the new Boys and Girls Club through monthly meetings and sharing I of information to prevent duplication of services. >> Maximize use of facilities and of contract instructional classes Contract Classes Per Year 480 500 500 I Contract Class I Recreation 29 34 34 I I I 6104 - Autos and Trucks - Mobile Recreation Unit I 6122A- Office-General - Park office furniture 4118 - Leisure Services - incrcascd revenues of $16,725 I 4120 - Other Contractual Services - Teen 4760 - - Teen +6,618 2110 - Gas and - +1 I 94 I I RECREATION I COlllffUlnitv Services Department Division No: 0201 I FfE I Mgr. I 84,483 87,440 87,440 90,500 90,500 I 60 Sr. Recreation Supervisor 1.00 54,164 56,060 I 56,060 58,020 58,020 i 56 Recreation Supervisor 2.00 98,145 101,580 101,580 105,130 105,130 I i 45 Administrative Assistant IIlIII '2.00 58,857 64,380 59,402 64,860 66,540 I 39 Recreation Specialist 1.00 -I 32,680 34,310 33 Recreation Leader II '0.00 29,053 30,070 i - I Leader] Parttime I .-. 1110 - Regular 324,702 339,530 354,500 1130 -Parttime 156,728 163,770 223,440 1140 - Overtime 7,065 I 15,750 16,500 I 1199 Vacation & S/L Adjustment 16,306 . 1300 II 14 I I Maintenance 12110 and Electricity 94,890 95,000 I 95,000 112,500 117,210 12200 Uti I ity Charges 5,072 10,510 10,510 12,250 12,250 3110 Reimbursed Mileage 2,669 2,880 2,733 2,880 2,880 I 3130 Operations & Maintenance 4,531 4,510 I 4,510 8,830 11,100 3140 and Meetings 4,432 3,270 I 3,670 2,500 2,750 3310 6,781 6.200 i 6,395 5,910 5,910 I ,4118 Contracts 140,992 130,840 I 130,840 141,370 141,370 I 14120 Contractual Services 25.431 27,759 I 26,423 34,800 34,800 3,500 i '''. 14304 Building 2,492 3,500 3;500 3,500 I '4308 Equipment 1,054 4,850 I 4,416 9,000 9,000 4318 Radios 100 100 250 250 , 4514 Sign Maintenance 1.291 800 i 500 800 800 I 4516 Tools 106 250, 250 250 250 I 4710 & Stationery Supplies 3,233 3,000 : 3,930 3,500 3,500 i 4720 Services 696 1,000 ' 1,058 1,000 1,000 ' 4730 Supplies 957 1,700, 1,206 1,700 1.700 I 4750 Safety'5upplies 445 1,000 i 600 1,000 1.000 4760 Suppl ies 38,835 30,758 27,134 33,870 32,460 4904 Relations 8,661 10,000 10,000 10,850 10,850 I 4908 Education.and Training 982 1.580 1.394 1,080 1,080 I I 14922 Printing 5,876 6,200 . 6,200 5,850 6,350 I 14924 Publications and Dues 955 ' 770 i 770 I 120 1,120 4928 Uniforms and Laundry 5,355 ' 7.370 , 7,015 5,660 5,660 I 4932 3;342 : 6,130 i 6,130 5,300 5,300 i 4936 Equipment Rental I 9,400 9.334 10,550 I 9,965 I 10,550 I 5116 Fees 5,168 i 3.300 3,300 3,300 3,300 I 5510 Outlay Rental, Vehicles 4,040 4,040 4,040 2,020 2,020 I 5520 Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 7,980 j 13,170 ' 13,170 6,590 6,590 5530 Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 8,390 I 8,590 , 8,590 4,090 4,090 I 5720 Cash Over/ Under 5 : 100 ! 100 100 100 I 1':'~~:~{J~~;;~::::::::~~;:iDieD~hfe\D~'if;L'394;:~;g~li;~\39~;577~ ",'.392;8 i 8 '.., j .,'1,"'0 ,~",,:I ~32; 42.o:2;~;'i'i!418;7.E()i! I I Capital Outlay i ; , I ~' ! C""i,"'" "i"""" "!'" I 22.677 i '0;, "6 , " ,>301 ",530 1_............. ','" :.:' \:'.".. .. ",' "':''''_':',''_, __,":..,' "_.:'__"""',"">'.__,,' _".<' .':.. .:........,...:.......:...."" ' I I ',:;::;~~~~;_~p~~~~9uH~X,i:'~~;C '~~:,~~~i1ilr~~~1,;~irf.:;~;~:;~~t ~~~;:~~~:," ,,(~ ~i~:t :; ,1t~~~~,~~ 'r~it~~;~~' 95 I LAKE OPERA nONS I Community Services Department Division Numher 0202 I The Lake Operations Division of the Community Services Department is responsible for the operation and I management ofthe Lake Poway Recreation Area. The Division offers a variety of recreation opportunities and programs for the community In addition to water-related rentals, facility rentals, and park area rentals, the Lake Poway Division also coordinates year-round fishing opportunities and recreational activities such as I pleasure boating, sailing, community special events, summer day camps, sports activities, and picnicking. The Lake Operations Divisio~ works closely with the County of San Diego, the Friends of Blue Sky Canyon, and the State Department ofFish and Game in order to coordinate interpretive programs in the Blue Sky Ecological I Reserve. ."..w.- I " ~ To increase community recreation~l %a~!i~J~YFS}~ough a 2% increase in ,\ya.ter-based equipment rentals, I fishing permtt purchases, and parkm)rp.~rmlt,saJ~s,each year , ~ To actively promote Laks;.~,~~i1~~~;~Li~i~~t~~~,!,~round fish in? opportuni~ies through improved marketing plans, two troutN.lerDtes;'Qne.'catfish;tournament,.mght fishing, and fishing Instructton classes. *H"tt\;:..jf,..!":_,,,_~7c:fl:,';~;"!i!;"';f ,:U-;,..,:\Y1"'<~.:'!&i:;"'-;:Q'\if[J~~'-~J I ~ To increase community u~f:ZrJ;~~;t~~~Y~}5:Jf}~v,i~,~~~~~cial events each year, including five summer concerts, and three campfir<;.PJ<;>&~ITI~;~'",;::!~~.fJ''i/J;';.1i!::'"" ~ To increase use of the La~e ~O:-w:yR'e<:'~~~R~n)~~;~y,y,Otlil1, throL~!!h..~pccial ~[Qgramming, including a 10- I week summer day camp, the Youth'FJSl-illJglDeroY;J,lr,g.lwo Recreatton DiVISion track meets. ;.. To encourage and promote quality reCrq~tional use of.t!ie-Blue..Sky Ecological Reserve through ~'-~- "'~-~"NAt:" ,,".-..H~. .. ...... -.....- ',_...... j<,........ coordination with the County of San DiegoPark-a(1d Recreation Dcpartmenfand special programming. ~ To work with the State Department ofFish and Ga~'e ancfihe County of San Diego in the enforcement of I regulations in the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve through patrols and increased public education. ;.. To support and promote the continued development of a wide variety of quality recreational, cultural, environmental, and outdoor leisure programs at Lake Poway that meet the needs of the community I I Perm its ,.-------..-. Boat Rentals I -. Facility Renl:'l.I, ~e:serviltions 100 Permits I ....:I,130_:.Co~nty()f San [)iego Services Contract +$5,000.__ 6199 - Purchase of Battery _~_hargers, A TV Shed,. Tools,,~9}'0~~ Radio_ _. +$10,100 I I I 96 I : 1--- L~~.?~~~~S ---- i Division No: 0202 I FTE I 60 Sf. Supervisor 1.00 54,164 56,060 1 56,060 58,020 58,020 56 Recreation Supervisor 1.00 30,873 50,540 i 41,540 43,700 45,890 41 Park Ranger ,3.00 100,464 103,980 i 92,694 104,040 104,830 I 31 Sr Dock Attendant 2.00 48,860 48,860 50,570 53,100 27 Duck Attendant 11.50 89;307 26,430 i 16,796 31,280 31,790 10.66 11,8:3Ii, ,.Jl,2?9j 12,250 168,938 224,070 i 199,294 I Differential 4,000 4,000 - Parttime I 101,143 74,050 i 73,290 74,600 -Overtime 11,539 9,840 12,500 12,500 I & S/L Adjustmettt I Benefits I and Maintenance I I 2110 ,md Electricity 13,335 14,400 17,913 i 18,000 18,720 2200 Charges 1.302 1,180 1284 1,460 1,490 3110 Mileage - 150 150 150 150 I 3130 Operations & Maintenance 6,742 6,520 6,520 i 10,100 11,950 3140 and Meetings i 1.162 1,890 1.838 i 1,360 1,460 3310' 792 2,210 2,530 i 3,860 3,980 I ,4120 Contractual Serviccs 24,373 20,860 25,000 i 25,000 25,500 4130 Ranch Operations 48,679 55.240 50, 100 i 50,960 55,060 4304 Repair & Maintenance 1,564 1.300 1,066! 1.300 1,300 . , I 4308 1,099 4,550 3,387 ! 4,000 4,000 4318 1,117 2,250 1,488 2;250 2,250 4514 599 600 600 600 600 4516 429 600 600 600 600 I 4522a 81,240 83.330 73,240 70,560 79,360 4522b Other Fish Stock 10,400 9,520 14,240 11,530 14,740 4710 Office & Stationery Supplies 813, 700 900 l,qOO 1,000 4730 Photographic/Copy Supplies 377 ' 400 506 800 800 I 4750 ISafetySupplies 444 600 508 500 500 4760 !Operating Supplies 18,290 , 25,125 24,076 23,840 24,320 4904 ICommunity Relations 130 ' , I 4908 I Education and Training 328 500 590 500 ! 500 I 4916 iMedical Exams . 200 200 I 200 , 200 4922 i Printing 3,197 ' 6,400 6,251 ! 5:500 " 5,500 I 4924 I Publications and Dues 285 780 565 1 440 440 ' 4928 iUnifonns and Laundry 3,647 4,386 4,0531 5,110' 5,030 4932 IAdvertising 2,645 4,150 3,1381' 3,080 i 3,080 5116 'OtherFecs ! 1,058 840 1,069 1,100 i 1,100 I 5510 iCapital OutlayRental - Vehicles 8,100 5,500 : 5,500 i 4,360 i 4,360 ' 5520 jCapital Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 17,180 16,800 . 16,800 I 8,150 I 8,150 5530 !Capital Outlay Rental- Oflice Equipment 3,950, 3,750 3,750 I 1,75011,750 I 5720 'Cash Over/Under (269)! 100 I (193) 100; 100 I -,---.,,,.,,', ",_.. '-=:J!~"_ '-.m~~::: :fr~"',,*" ".-'t-. r : "';;.. -"-,:.:-: :,-"" .....('..0 ,',', <.. ., ..-.._....'.w:.M': .. "-:'c:.,!' .., '-, .............. '('0. :' ":",>."",-.""",,. ~""-":-"-;j:'~-;i{"::'-""'::'- -.----."r....~::_::r<~..':.... :'.- .,.... ''''Y''"''-'~''''., .- ."-'''i+:r..",.<,""..,~",,~.,.~:tl \ii.l1.'~fT"tag()p~[atJ()I]sig:l\'1aintei1iuJ~e~i!i~f;;'.1.fj~i,:,,';i;..(~...' .253;00];,: "''12'??4j~:31!0r;';~i~li7,lili2iri,. 2?8il'69.\t~j@~27.7;22Q,,1 Capital Outlay ! ! i I i I 6122! Otlice & Computer, Equipment 3,289 ! 250 i 250 II 250 . 250 6199 :Other Equipment 9,720 10,287 i 5,7861 5,300 i 6,850 6402 IBuildings 1,741 . 1740, 1740 1,740 i 1,740 .., ""'{,C iT"~t'EiT0"""'ta"I?i;i" tl' "'cb ;'''1'4fi5' 0",'2 "C'I.2'2"7..";'...'x!Af'7'.'7..7-6'.j."....i'';(('':i;j "2"9'0"n;;i'll';;:f'8.1~840'j ;~,.:;;:;~",.:'!'ri,.::.,.9 _.~:.~apt_~~1J,jlXR'~.",L.tif~';C_','j"""f"rl ,', ,JL! ~' ,"j~J,:;;-':,,,'.L;~:,}:'r!:;. "!:~":,, ,.__,_ :,$!!1~';'/;,w '" ~., ji I 'Division Total ______.. 613Jj.LL..2.Z~)~,8L__,_626.2l4 I 652,000 i 688 060 97 I AQUATICS I Communitv Services Department Division Numher 0203 I The Aquatics Division of the Community Services Department is responsible for programs and I services that provide knowledge and develop lifelong skills for the safe participation and enjoyment of water activities. The Po way Community Swim Center is a year-round outdoor swimming pool providing long- and short-course lap lanes, diving boards, a wading pool, and locker room facilities. I The division staffs primary responsibility is to educate Poway residents in the importance of water safety Certificd American Red Cross City staff provide lifeguard services during open recreation swimming, swim lessons, swim team practices, and lap swimming. City staff is trained as American I Red Cross certified Water Safety Instructors and teach swim lessons to members of the public of all ages and abilities. Other recreational c1asscs taught by swim instructors include water polo, water exercise, diving, and pre-swim team. Safety classes offered in the division by staff include lifeguard I training, CPR, first aid, oxygen administration, Automated External Defibrillation (A ED), and water safety During the spring and summer months, staff conducts special events and private lessons for those participants that need extra help. The Aquatics Division also works with Poway youth sports I organizations to provide pool rentals fur practices and competitions. ~~ ,,"^' ""'''' I ~ Increase the number of lap swimmers marketing the afforaabJe exercise opportunity to employees in the , I ~ Increase participation in low markcting to local senior centers, care homes, and ~ Form a partnership with the students I would be provided water opportunities after school. -".,-"--'-- ~ Create additional training and readiness sliff during opcn swimming I hours in order to increase the of the staff. >~-_. - -,- q~ ., Increase the use of the Swim Center during winter!J.()ursby marketihg to local ,. youth sports organizations for the purpose of meeting demands for swim team, diving and I water polo practices. The staffwill also work more closely with the Special Olympics organization to provide opportunities fur a broader base of the community I I Total Daily}\t~nd_a_nce (\\,alk~~L I Special Events 7 7 -,,-.-., ^_.M_'._M SJJ.eciaIE_\'.~l1ts. Swim Meet Attcndance I 2110 - Gas and EI~ct.ricity_: D~creased estimated based on 2002 midyear -30,000 - 2200 - Utilities - Decrease cost,cif security with new company ~"'_~^__n~ _:~, 180_ _ I 98 I I AQUATICS I Co"mUlllity Senices Department Division No: 0203 I Expense I Position Recreation Supervisor 1.00 49,005 53,170 53,170 52,570 52,570 39 Lead Lifeguard! Aquatics Specialist 1.00 30,193 31.250 31,250 33,960 34,550 I 39 Administrative Assistant II 1.00 17,039 33,380 33,380 I 32,900 34,550 35 Lifeguard/Swim Instructor 10,821 11.200 11,200 i 70,810 70,810 I 29 Lifeguard Parttime 187,039 162,060 162,060 106,720 110,040 27 12.480 ' 12,48.0: 13,2~O ,13,252 I , 1110 - Regular 96,237 117,800 : 117,800 \ 19,430 121,670 1130 . Parttime 210,710 185,740 i 185,740 191,480 194,800 I 1140 - Overtime 5,760 11,750 i 8,918 12,980 12,980 1199 S/L Adjustment 2,178 ., 602 -I 1300 Benefits 54,520 160 I and Maintenance and Electricity 53,747 160,000 ; 98,000 128,100 135,460 I Utility Charges 787 2.410 8,810 630 650 I Reimbursed Milcagc 221 250 : 148 250 250 Travel and Meetings 330 660 ! 539 440 440 3310 411 1,050, 766 1,350 1,350 I 4120 Contractural Services 4,731 5,720 " 4,750 : 3,720 3,720 4308 Equipment 8,033 5,410 I 7,110 7,110 7,910 I , I 4502 26,257 33,880 , 24.932 I 33,880 33,880 I 4514 Maintenance 199 500 I 500 ! 500 500 4516 Tools 185 200 I 200 I 200 200 , 4710 : Office & Stationery Supplies 1,436 1,300 ! 1.9681 1,400 1,400 I 4720 i Janitorial Supplies 1,889 600 446 500 500 14730 i Photographic/Copy Supplies 879 1,000 ' 1,000 1,000 1,000 ,4750 iSafety Supplies 1,521 1,120 1.016 1,020 1,020 I I 7,200 i 4760 !Operating Supplies 12.052 5,694 7,940 6,340 4908 I Education and Training 745 470 400 630 280 4916 ! Medical Exams 600 I 300 200 200 I 4922 Iprinting 1,144 ' 1,400 1,400 1,400 1,400 14924 jPublications and Dues 303 420 i 420 420 420 4928 I Uniforms and Laundry 4,268 4,420 4,420 4,430 4,430 I 14932 !Advertising i 600 600 5116 IOther Fees 57 802 800 800 5520 ,Capital Outlay Rental. Other Equipment 10,510 13,590 13,590 7,040 7,040 I 5530 iCapital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 950 2,390 I 2,390 1,030 1,030 5720 CaSh Over/Under 100 i (19) 100 100 5730 Fees 470 520 : 593 820 820 I Outlay & Computer Equipment I I Equipment I 99 I PERFORMING ARTS CENTER I Community Services Department Division Number 0204 I The Performing Arts Center Division in the Community Services Department is responsible for the I management, operation, and maintenance of the Poway Center for the Performing Arts. The Division coordinates facility use with: . Poway Unified.School District. I . Poway Center for the Performing Arts Foundation. . Facility rental by community-based arts organizations and other organizations as permitted by the Use Policy established by the City I The Division also provides staff support to committees such as the Performing Arts Advisory Committee. I >- To negotiate and manage the agreements with the Poway Center for thc Performing Arts Foundation to I present a series of performances by professional artists and entertainers. >- To coordinate the use of the Performing Arts Center by the Poway Unified School District and, in particular, the perform ing arts department at Poway High School under the tcrms of a Joint Use Agreement. I >- To facilitate thc use of the Performing Arts Center, on a by community-based and other groups and organizations that mect the csta.blished by the City >- To recruit, train, and maintain an corps of approxiinalely 150 volunteers to I provide ushering and other front held at the Centcr >- To operate concession and Center consistent with the terms and restrictions of appropriate I >- To provide professional lighting. audio, stage carpentry, and stage rigging. >- To provide eflicient, effective, ser.vices and"implement on-linc ticketing I capabilities. >- To continue a series of art exhibits Center ~,._.._.._.._,...- >- To provide preventive and corrective maintenance to protect.the integrity and useful life of the Performing I Arts Center facility and its equipment. I . -,.,.".-...,.-- I I + Maintenance Contract for Gala Orchestra Lift .~wwW',~~~".~"~.~_..._'^.~.._~_" I I 100 I I PERFORMING ARTS CENTER I COl1ummity Sen'ices Department Division No: 0204 I Expense L~~!1g~_~ositi.ol1 !~~~__~..~ ....___.__u___~.__ . _~;!T~_ 90,270 i I i 78 Community Services Manager ,1.00 62,966 65,170 i 42,183 90,500 ~ 50 Technical Theater Coordinator 12.00 32,035 84,810 ; 81,630 87,420 ! 89,530 j 45 Administrative Assistant III h.50 31,865 32,980 ' 32,980 55,100 i 56,890 I I 50 Theatre Volunteer Coordinator '0.75 26,582 29,800 29,780 29,370 : 29,370 45 Stage Technician ii.5O 62,491 31,840 i 31,750 49,430 i 50,300 i , 40 Box Office Coordinator 1075 i 25,290 ! 25,290 l 36 Box Office Attendant i1.00 33,681 ' 57,310: 49,717 27,320 i 28,050 I i 36 Concession Attendant ;0.33 ,p.,4,@: . 7,34Q,J.._, .... . 6,~2.?,___j,9.80L_,_ .(),2~Q 1110 jSalaries -'R-;:gular P 126,866 I 182,960 i 156,793 ; 213,530) 217,660 1130 l Salaries - Parttime 127,416 i 126,290 ! 117,542 i 157,650 159,250 I 1140 iSalaries - Overtime 21,860 I 11,060 18,960 j 12,850 i 12,850 , 18,9041 I 1199 i Vacation & S/L Adjustment , 1300 i Employee Benefits 52,570 i 76,360 69,502 r 73,880 82,100 I 10perations and Maintenance i 2110 lGas and Electricity I 100,769! 120,000 146,215 145,000 147,900 2200 !Other Utility Charges : 2,095 i 5,000 4,916 3,050 3,110 I 3/10 !ReimbursedMileage I 1,418 3,100 1,151 3.100 3,100 3130 Ivehicle Operations & Maintenance 2,334 ' 2370 2,370 3,010 3,310 3140 ,Travel & Meetings 935 900 879 840 980 I 3310 jTelephone 3,985 6,600 3,642 4,560 4,560 3320 . Postage 99 100 4~ 4114 lJanitorial Services 40,946 44,900 43,858 47,160 48,100 4116 'Contract Landscape Main!. 8,472 12,080 12,023 12,650 12,650 I 4120 IContractual Services 201,270 191.000 497,375 191,000 191.000 4302 IR&M Air Conditioning 14,154 33,006 30,006 . 33,400 34,400 4304 R&M Building 19.428 39,300 33,696 ' 24,000 29,000 I 4306 iR&M Elevator 2,096 3.700 3,743, 3,800 3,920 14308 !R&M Equipment 3.169 7,000 6,968 11,100 11,100 '4516 ISmail Tools 663 500 329 500 500 I 4710 IOffice & Stationery Supplies 1,601 1,250 2,241 3,600 3,600 4730 iPhotographiclCopy Supplies I 117 1,900 933 1.200 1,200 4760 loperating Supplies 14389 15,700 10,892 16,000 16,000 4799 . Other Supplies and Materials 10,785 , 6,500 6,500 10,000 8,400 I I 4904 iCommunity Relations 7,842 9,000 8,924 10;000 10,000 14908 I Education & Training 600 600 630 630 4922 IPrinting 2,982 6,000, 5,700 6,000 6,000 I 14924 .Publications and Dues 690 1,500 . 830 900 900 14928 , 2,280 i UnifomlS & Laundry 2,280 2,103 2,280 14932 i Advertising 500 I 14936 i Equipment Rental 655 I 2,000 1.907 2,000 2,000 5116 iOther Fees 15.776 ] 14,400 12,346 12.400 12,780 15520 !Capita\ Outlay Rental - Otl'.er Equipment 11,240 26,540 26,540 I 13,150 13,150 I 15530 lCapltal Outlay Rental - Otllce Eqlllpment 9,240 7.260 I 7.260 i 2370 2,370 5720 rCash Over/Under 99 50 - i 50 50 !5730 !Intergovernmental Fees -I 100' 100 i 100 l...rt ";jl~Y~,i-;-'-'---' _:::il':,;~~;:-- ,,-'~' ,,;'~""--"+?__8'~,'ii{M:'1__; ,,'--;!; , , "":", '''c.g<f->'r~, ..'----.,~'v-";_':,;','i, "\:i--;""'--~---'--__-:i:c~:s,;"""~"-'l::'''---:'o/,;tt~f 'k7;;:'W ~'-'j:-~-'-;; Ie'':!' 'oTQtaLQpe@t-'Qn~M'0alntenan,ej'4'i';,,;:;;, itd"", 4 78,249.;&';1~,~Ii.8;:;.39,"E';' 875;925';jl,";;?60;~50;if>'\'J;t5]j1;!20} l -. I 1 . Capital Outlay , 1 . 16000 iCapitalOutlay&FixedAssets 18,785! 53,9401 51,377 i 14,440 41,690 ,~""i"ir":',~;-'---1_";c'r'~"c::;:. 'C-'; ",';; "-~-,'---:~,-!:;" ii-<'" ,"'";;:,.,~~,-,, "':"\-,,,'S,; ,:-;" . "__ "';C" ":",i.,-" "" -----;;ji\>>-:'_,:':-- ;-""i-,,-,-,t,;--.,'JY-'-:_;';' ""''''~-'-'),2i__ ')"':i;I'''' ' '~-"i;')f!%::&:'r;\W:""'f""O"': I 1~1l~:J{~~:i~~~:Pi~:~9utlaY}fL;)&~,~~ '.;t", .;Ii;; , '~1~:~~8)':!;"i~6~~~~~~{e.~:i~~~~~'b"i;'''~'~6'j~~~~~"j*i~~;~~~l 101 I OLD POWAY PARK Cummunity Services Department I Division Number 020_5 I The Old Poway Park Division of the Community Services Department is responsible for the operation and management of the Old Poway Park historical site, Porter House, and Nelson House. The Division oversees I the operation ofthe Poway Midland Railroad and the Farmers Market; and is responsible for the administration of the Hamburger Factory, Farmers Market, and Poway Historical Society contracts and works closely with each organization. The Old Poway Park Division provides historical education and interpretive programming I for the public. The Division also works in conjunction with the Old Poway Park Action Committee, Poway Midland Railroad Volunteers, Reserve Park Rangers, and Tour Committee Volunteers to provide community special events, educational programming, and recreational opportunities for family enjoyment throughout the I year I ,,"'-0",_ >- To provide an interpretive vehicle and in which commu.nity groups and school-age I children can experience local history through more.than 50 Tour Programs per year >- To increase and promote Poway Park non-profit organizations, I in an effort to provide >- To actively promote site through nine special "turn-of-the- century" events per year >- To increase public use of Old Poway ansl Farmers Ma'rKct sides, by jo/~ each year, I through distribution of informational and one-year marketing plans. .- I Events I Speci~~ent ParticifJ1l.~t~ . , , __I I Railroad Ridership 35,500 35,500 Museum I Rentals 150 160 ~~~~e::i~~:~~~s ._ ....---.---..t----.4i,9.9Q-- I I 6199 - Purchase of decorations for annual use at Christmas in the +$2,000 Park special event. I --.'"-.-'...---'..-'-',.-',-...-...- .-..........- _..- I I -.- I ]02 I ---.---..--.---.--- .-..-..-...-....-- .-.--_.-_..._-._.._.,._-_...---_.-..._-._-.-._~-_.._..~._...._.~~.._--_.._.._.._--~-..--_... _...._---_._---_..._.__._._-~.~-~~ OLD POWAY PARK I ComnUllliry Service.\' Department Dil'iJioll No: 0205 I Expense I Position Title HE Recreation Supervisor 11.00 28,444 48,750 51,334 55,190 55,190 Recreation Specialist 1.00 32,251 33,380 33,380 34,550 34,550 I Park Ranger Part time 0.75 14,875 21,640 16,467 25,330 26,600 Leader I I 15,507 16,050 16,050 18,520 19,080 ". _ __ _.__..n~._.._. 1110 - Regular 60,695 82,130 84,714 89,740 89,740 1130 - Parttimc 30,382 37,690 32,517 43,850 45,680 I 1140 - Overtime 2,319 2,000 3,774 5,100 5.100 1199 & S/L Adjustment 2,721 1300 Benefits I and Maintenance 2110 and Electricity 13,666 17,500 16,969 17,070 17,760 I 2200 Uti I ity Charges 4,543 5,000 4,830 4,640 4,730 3110 Milcage 18 100 50 100 100 3130 Opcrations & Maintenance 1,943 1,960 1.960 1.020 520 I 3140 and Meetings 4471 690 677 1,020 1,020 3310 2,383 2,450 1,843 3.020 3,080 4120 Contractual Services 23,008 25,740 25,719 31730 41,870 I 4304 Repair & Maintenance 424 800 709 800 800 4308 Equipment 1,574 1,610 1.630 1,500 1,500, i4318 & Maintenance 60 290 188 200 200 ~ I 14514 Maintenance 578 600 600 600 600 I 4516 Tools 31 , 50 50 50 50 I i4710 & Stationery Supplies 825 ' 700 792 800 800 i I 4720 Suppl ics 226 300 167 300 300 I 4730 Supplies 682 600 928 1,000 1,000 I 4750 Supplics 287 400 300 400 400 ! I I 4760 Supplies 2,334 3,500 3,949 3,800 3,880 I 4908 and Training 1,215 1,000 1.111 1,200 1,200 4922 4,184 7,452 6.437 6.550 I 6,550 i I 4924 and Dues 140 1.010 420 1,380 1,380 I 4928 and Laundry 3.569 5,044 4,310 4,810 4,810 4932 5,774 5,550 5,176 5,550 5,550 I I 4936 2,227 2,380 2.019 2,350 2,350 5108 Expense 1,555 1,600 1,841 I 1,800 5520 Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 2,680 2,780 I 2,780 890 890 I 5530 Outlay Rental - Ofiice Equipment 3,200 4,300 4,300 2,080 2,080 I !CapitaIOutlay I 6122 I Office & Computer Equipment 6199 I 103 I LIBRARY I Community Services Department Division Number 0206 I The San Diego County Library provides library services to the City of Poway The County provides the I staffing and support services to operate the Poway Community Library The City contributes 50% of the funding for extending library hours of operation from 5.30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday and from 1'00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday The City also annually budgets funds for new books, reference I materials, educational videos, DVDs, books on tape, and a wide variety of informational resources on CD ROM. The library has a 2,600 square foot children's area, a separate 1,250 square foot meeting facility, a 1,880 square I foot reference service area, a young adult area, a casual meeting room, study rooms, and an outdoor courtyard. The library is also equipped with 17 Internet access computer stations for use by the public. I ;. To ensure that library facility utilization I i ~ To maximize the public's usc of opcration. I ,.. To ensurc that the library persons, staff, and the public in accordance with the I -. To providc a wide variety of iriTl)rinatiOh ..;;..._._-_.~.---_., , a user-friendly environment. ,.. I ,.. To work in partnership with the County.that the.librar)'''s:servic~s and resources meet the social, cultural, and educational needs of the commu~ity I 2110 - ~e<Juce gas and electricity,to,~e,fl.ect~c.tua~_.._,_ __.. -$1 I 2200 - Reduce utilities to reflect actuals. -$6,920 ..0 "_._~'.~~..._._'._._'.__'_'.W.__'_~"^ ,~..._.._ 4304 - Increase to building repair and maintenance for paint, carpel, lighting +$17,500 I rep..'.l~rs _ ._._._.......- 4780 - Decrease to properly ~.':I.c!g~!!~r..~xp~nse in 6l22A. -$~,O~O_ _ 6122A - Includes that was previously budgeted in 4780 plus an $I,gOO +$6,800 I for children's reference book and audio/visual I I I I 104 I I LIBRARY I C011mUlnit)' Services Departmelit Divisioll No: 0206 I and l\1aintenance I 2110 Gas and Electricity 40,739 70,000 52,500 52,300 54,710 2200 Other Utility Charges 15,094 13,000 4,100 6,080 6,330 3310 Telephone 869 1,860 971 1,500 1,560 I j4114 Jani10rial Services 15,157 16,380 16,613 18,430 19,300 14116 Landscape Mai ntenance 11,179 15,600 15,600 16;320 17,070 4120 Other Contractual Services 17,907 28,500 28,500 30,800 32,340 I 4302 Air Conditioning Repair & Main!. 4.467 12,973 12,973 10,000 10,000 4304 Building Repair & Maintenance 11.697 7,360 11,98/ ! 4,860 4,860 4308 R&M Equipment 95 2,200 2,890 4,500 4,500 I 4720 Janitorial Supplies 826 3,500 3,500 i 3,500 3,500 4780 Libra!)' Materials 84,262 84,500 67,500 67,500 79,500 i5530 Capitnl Outlay Rental - Oftlce Equipment 2,700 5,650 5,650 2,830 2,830 I i i I I I I I i ! , I I I I I i I , I I I ! ; i I I ; I , I I t ; I I i ! , , I , , I i ICapitalOlitlay 6122 IOftlce & Computer Equipment 7,503 i 5,000 6,800 6199 IOther Equipment 15.175 I I 266,523 105 I DEVELOPMENT SERVICES I ..".,,"~ ",,,",""~-"'^""'~"'- I City Manager I 013 I Director I Development Services , 300 j I ! f --~---'-' I City Planner City Engineer 300 300 I .-.-^ I Capital Planning Projects 301 I 304 _....._..-.~'"'.'..~ I Building Land Development and Safety Engineering I Inspection 305 303 I Engineering Inspection I 306 I Traffic I Engineering 307 I 106 I I I DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Departmental Actit->ity Overview Department Code: 300 I I Total Positions 35 35 36 I Personnel Expense $2,601 ,382 $2,899,200 $2,742,507 $3,023,380 Operations and 1,547,\6\ ' 1,245,890 1,653,339 1,225,290 I ^.-"--. _._- Capital Outlay 13,593 6,764 - I I I divided into seven divisions: the Office of the Director, Current I Improvcmcnt, Land Development, Engineering Inspection, and Traffic implemcnts the Cit:{s planning, land use, building and engineering I all pennit activities at one location, developing I I land use ordinances and reviewing development plans. This ensures that a sound and workable is designed and-maii'itainedforthe City I -'- J I I Department staff completes inspections of all Capital Improvement and Development Projects. Staffalso manages I landsubdivisiol1, traffic safety, and design and transportation activities. In conjunction with the City Council, the i I department is responsible for the implementation of the City's General Plan. Department staff provides assistanceto I other departments with planning and designing public facilities and perform environmental review for proposed projects, including Engineering and Redevelopment Agency sponsored Capital Improvement Projects, I I ! The Department manages engineering conceptual designs, monitors and reviews environmental documents, I i administers building safety programs, maintains dcmographie infonnation, researches and analyzes policy I I alternatives, and serves as a liaison between members of the public and other departments involved in processing I development applications. I The Department is part of the Stonn Water Management administration and is actively educating the business I community on the prevention ofdischarge of pollutants into the storm drain system. j I i i ! i I I I 107 I DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES I Development Services Department Division Number 030() I The Office of the Director is responsible for the overall administration of the department. Appointed by the I City Manager, the Director is responsible for managing the operation of the department and ensuring that all goals are achieved. The Director plans and coordinates the goals within all divisions to ensure the I department's responsibilities are implemented in an efficient manner I ~ To manage and analyze the operations of each Division to ensure high quality, professional services are I provided to customers and other City staff. )> To provide professional advice and technical assistance to the City Council, other City departments, I citizen advisory committees and the general public. /" ~ ~ To continually evaluate and objectives to ensure that the goals of the I department are consistent officers. ~ To implement new programs Discharge Elimination System I (NPDES) Permit. -'" ~ To monitor and review legislation and state and federal levels to determine I their impact on the City's programs, andtoma.~~,X,~commendations as to adoption and implementation of such legislation -,""~""-'~ "'" - ~ To provide high quality planning, building and engineering serviccs in a timely and efficient manner I ~ To maintain a work environment that fosters good morale and stimulates employee potential by I encouraging a high standard of professionalism, creativity, communication and dedication. I None I -~_...--_..- .~ ......-.. - - -.---.......--..........--..- I I I ~~~~M.~_~.~w_~.__._.;"._. ..~_.__"'~~...,,_._.. ~ m~". ..."_"W,~~_.,,..,.;_,..;;..; -~.",.,,,- I 108 I DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES I Del'elopment Sen,jce,'i Department Db';sion No: 0300 I Expense Position Title I Director 1.00 108,145 111,930 111,930 115,850 115,840 City Engineer 1.00 97,971 101,400 101,400 104,950 104,950 City Planner 1.00 93,246 96,510 96,510 99,890 99,890 I Senior Management Analyst 1.00 i 67,643 70,010 70,010 72,460 72,460 I 1.00 ! I Sr Administrative Assistant 42,338 43,820 43,820 44,220 44,220 I I Administrative Assistant III 4.00 129,115 I 143,970 130,982 . 147,270 152,640 I I Admin. Assistant II Parttime 0.50 13,283 28,488 I 14,210 I 14,960 : 11110 Intern 1.00 i 26,32Q.i__.1?Pfi.. _n_.. __ __ __.___ ;___ ~'-~ -- "~-'-- .'.- ~<---~.--- '- - Regular 567,640 554,652 590,000 I P 130 ! Salaries - Parttime 26,480 28,488 42,730 1140 iSalaries - Overtime 3,500 1,923 2,000 1190 iVacation & S/L Adjustkment I 1300 I Employee Benefits -"';:~~t'<:~-""?:t~-J_,g.:t-'l"';_\":-_;',---_-.:-,::>;_;,.; - ~~1<li~\i''fotil!Pers6illleJ:f,:''ii".. ...... _\,,"-~ ;t:';~ ;:,,;: ,-,~"'~:&::'-'--::;'::----;J:;_:'::;':;';:,i\'.'\';.~ - -- -- - "'~-~~,:h: I 1 Operations and Maintenance 1510 ITemporary Services 6,677 9,523 11714 [Contract Engineering 400 400 400 i t I 11726 i Special Studies 420 22;000 2,000 2,000 2,000 I I I 3110 I Reimbursed Mileage 9,396 10,080 10,080 10,030 10,030 I 3140 iTravel and Meetings 5,026 6,210 4,761 5.410 6,380 I 3310 iTelephone 2,060 2,160 2,160 2,400 2.400 4308 iR&M Equipment 3225 4,090 4,090 3,400 3.440 I i . I 4710 iOffice & Stationery Supplies 2,124 2,710 2,710 2,790 2,790 I I 4730 !Photographic/Copy Supplies 1,075 1,770 1,626 1,270 \,800 4760 IOperating Supplies 1,575 . 1.250 1,250 1,250 1,250 I I Education and Training 129 ! I 4908 1,500 2,100 1,5001 I 4922 i Printing 1,5 19 ' 1,500 1,500 1,250 1,500 I , 4924 ! Publications and Dues 1,510 ! 2,710 2,183 2,170 2,190 5530 ,Capital Outlay Rental- Oftlce Equipment 11,400 8,800 8,800 5110 5,110 5720 ICash Over/Under (34) 17 I 5730 ; Intergovernmental Fees 10,515 ! 10,840 9269 ] 1,920 13,110 i , ! ! , I I , ! i , ! I t i I I ! I :CapitaIOutlay I 6122a tOffice Equipment I I PLANNING I Development Services Department Division Number 0301 I The Current Planning Division processes discretionary land use applications and assures compliance with I conditions of approval through grading and building plan check revicws and field inspections. The City Planner is rcsponsible for the day-to-day operations of the Current Planning Division, replacing the Director in his absence. The City Planner assists with establishment of processes and procedures. Staff members provide I information ab()ut land use and development regulations at the counter, by telephone and through correspondence. The two Code Compliance Officers are responsible for enforcing a wide range of City regulations, including I those concerning signs, graffiti on private property, illegal commercial businesses, buildings without permits, noise complaints, home occupation permits, substandard housing, wccd abatement, alarms and penalties, and I vehicle abatement. During FY 0 I /02 there were 107 vehicles abated from private property I )>- To provide the highcst level of customer service a full'rang~ of planning services to local citizens, property owners, land developers I )>- Continuc to scek ways to )>- Coordinate mitigation purchases the City I )>- Maintain the General Plan which I "~~ )>- Initiate special studies and ordinances of the General Plan. ~'.- - --.,,--., ~ I )>- Continue to rcspond to reports of code violations in a timely manner and seek positive solutions for all involved. I During FY 2001-2002, Current Planning processed 7 Variances, 31 Conditional Use Pennits and I modifications, 6 Minor Conditional Use Permits, 111 Temporary Use Permits, 98 Minor Development Reviews,S Development Reviews, 5 Tentative Parcel Maps, 6 Tentative Tract Maps or time extensions, 79 I Sign Permits or Comprehensive Sign Programs, 215 Home Occupation Permits and 3 General Plan/Zoning Plan Amendments. I 1726 -Increase due to contract for updating the I-lousing Element of the General + $100,000 I Plan .- _... ,- I 110 I I PLANNING I Development Sen'ices.Departmellt Division No: 0301 I Expense I Title Senior Planner 136,764 138,610 138,610 148,540 148,550 Associate Planner 55,038 126,440 126,440 i 128,090 128,090 I i\ssistant Planner 1 106,863 99,260 99,260.J 52,760 55,390 Code Compliance Officer i 81,735 96,920 43,519 l 107,010 109,600 Development Services Technician 30,627 38,230 38,230 I 39,560 41,540 I 11 12,750, , 7,920 i 446,()591 - 1110 - Regular 411,027 499,460 475,960 483,170 1130 -Parttime 11,395 12,750 7,920 t I 1140 - Overtime 6,074 10,500 1,055 1,500 1,500 1199 & S/L Adjustmcnt : 17,036 1300 Benefits I and Maintenance , 1726 Studies - i 70,000 , I 1799 Professional Fees 41,539 99,600 77,100 I 56,160 99,600 3110 Mileage 541 3,360 1702 2,880 2,880 3130 Operations & Maintenance 4,638 4,5\0, 4,5\0 6,330 580 3140 and Meetings 1,335 4,990 4,990 1.110 I I 1,800 I 3310 434 1,200 639 1,200 1,200 ! 3320 30 273 - - i I 4120 Contracual Services 33,941 i 73,040 73,040 23,040 73,040 I 4126 Services 400 1,250 1,250 1;250 1,250 4308 Equipment 330 550 1,230 1,270 i I 4514 Maintenance 1,400 1,400 \,400 1,400 ,4710 & Stationery Suppl ies 4,922 4,960 4,960 4,960 4,960 14730 ,Photographic/Copy Supplies 2.4 50 2,500 2,500 2,580 2,580 I 4918 tWeed & Nuisance Abatement 49,608 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 I 14922 , i Printing 3902 5,120 5,120 5,670 5,920 I 4924 I Publications and Dues 1,821 2,440 2,440 2,210 2,300 , I 14928 I Unifonns and Laundry 140 120 120 140 140 14932 Advertising 74 iS510 lCapital Outlay Rental- Vehicles ; 4,160 4,160 i 4,160 2,080 2,080 I 15530 ICapitaj Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 5.400 7,750 7,750 4,580 4,580 15730 lintergovernmental Fees 1,280 1.280 1.280 I I ! , I , I I I - Outlay I ." ;f' I 940,780 829,620 I BUILDING AND SAFETY INSPECTION I Development Services Department Division Number 0303 I The City's Building and Safety Inspection scrvices are provided through a contract with Esgil Corporation. I General responsibilities include providing assistance and information to developers and residents concerning construction code requirements through telephone and counter contacts, plan check review, and structural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical inspections. I >- To provide the highest level of customer service while offering accurate information and plan check I and inspection services to developers and citizens of Poway building oJ,alti"ring structures. ,y#" _. I ~ To communicate with other City in building laws l:ind codes that affect development being initiated by >- To monitor and implement affect the building industry, and I to ensure that these standards are - I >- To promote cooperation and of San Diego and State of California. ~ I ~ ~ To crcate a database record of all stored plans. -, ,'""';;;;...- I During 2001"2002 this division completed 388 plan checks, issued 1,544 building permits, and completed I 14,313 inspections. The average time to complete the initial plan check is 2-3 working days, With the goal to provide accurate yet cxpedited service, all inspections should be completed no later than the end of the work day following the day the inspection was requestcd, I Projected activity workload statistics for each of the next two fiscal years are as follows: 400 plan checks: 1,300 building permits; 11,500 inspections. I Nonc I _N___._.__' I I I 112 I I BmLDING AND SAFETY INSPECTION I Dn'elopmellt Service.~ Department Divi.~ion No: fJ303 I Maintenance 1706 Building Inspection 735,966 487,500 697,500 543,750 487,500 I I 1707 Inspection Fees- Mobile Homes I 13,568 2,500 12,602 5,000, 5,000 1711 Inspection Expellse- City Project 23,809 14308 Repair & Maintenance 860 900 I 14710 & Stationery Supplies I 563 620 620 700 730 14922 2,561 2.300 2,300 2,700 2,900 ! 4924 and Dues 345 450 450 500 500 I I 5530 Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 900 900 900 450 450 I ! I I I i I I I i I I I ! I I , ! I I I I i i I j I I i I , I I i I I I ! I I I i I ! I , I I I i I I I I I , I I I i , I I I Outlay I I Division Total 494,270 738,181 I 113 I CAPITAL PROJECTS ENGINEERING I Development Services Department Division Number" 0304 I The responsibilities of the City's Capital Projects Engineering Division include capital improvement project I surveys, design, construction administration, inspection services, supervising special studies and engineering support for the Community Services and Public Works Departments as well as similar duties for the Redevelopment Agency I ~ Manage the City and Redevelopment Agency Capital Improvement Programs, which include both in- I house and contractual design services. ...-;.~ ~ Assist Public Works in the project construction of new public facilities, and I provide support in the design ;;- Assist the Community Services needed to enhance the City's I park and recreational faci I ities. ;;- Provide total design services forHicT:ify Agencyotl CAD-based design center I ""--. - "--'-, .- I ;;- Manage all phases of construction >- Manage annual maintenance contracts for street repairs and street striping. I ;;- Old Po way Park Turntable- New turntable allows train engine to tum and run in opposite direction. I ~ Soccer Field at Meadowbrook Middle School- Worked with PUSD to rebuild the site and to install I lights. The school will use the new facility during the day and it will be used by the City of Po way for recreational soccer at night and on the weekends. >- Seal Coat and Street Overlay Project - Overlay of 6 major roads and 58 city roads. I >- Completed work on the Storm Water Sewer and Water System Master Plans. I >- Skate Park completed and Blue Sky Educational/Interpretive Center starting phase I. I None I - I 114 I I <--.""",-------"-,,,- ,------ -~~~-""""'---" I CAPITAL PROJECTS ENGINEERING Development Servi('e.~ Department Dh,tl'ion No: tJ304 I I FTE ~ Assistant City Engineer 1.00 74,489 95,880 I 95,880 99,890 99,890 Associate Civil Engineer 1.00 33,272 71,860 71,860 76.130 76,130 I Construction Manager 1.00 61,736 70,010 70,010 72.460 72,460 Assistant Engineer 2.00 132,394 122,390 118,158 129,720 131,300 III 0.00 33,1 --'-- I - Regular 335,075 379,780 - Overtime 7,279 6,500 6,500 & S/L Adjustment 4,945 - I Benefit, and Maintenance I 17J4g Engineering 1,100 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1726 Studies 62,200 i 1,000 1.000 1,000 I 3110 Reimbursed Mileage 6,601 ' 6,860 6,860 6,860 I 6,860 I I 3140 and Meetings 1,669 2,350 2,350 830 1.940 ,3310 1,521 1,200 2,200 2,400 2,640 . 14308 Equipment 1,096 1.600 2,000 2,260 2,400 I 4710 & Stationery Supplies 197". 1,950 ! 1.950 1,950 1950 , 4730 Supplies 1.362 1.540 3,955 3,860 4,310 4760 Supplies 571 350 359 350 350 I 4908 & Training 1,250 4922 165 500 500 500 500 4924 and Dues 561 820 820 I 1,040 1420 I 4932 818 240 240 I 5530 Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 4,6]0 i 6,420 l 6.420 2,830 2,830 I , ! I i i I I , , I I I j I I i I I I I 6122 & Computer Equipment 4,564 i I Total I 115 '_~_""'_~w~.___w___________W~~","______"__,,_,,_ ._._.________,__. '__w'__'<'W'_"_"_. I LAND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING D Development Services Department Division Number 03()S I Land Development Engineering's responsibility is to assure that private developments are undertaken in D accordance with City standards and specific conditions of approval to the highest degree of quality This goal is accomplished while assuring the most benefit to the community, as a whole, and minimizing disruption ot neighborhoods, businesses, and tratlic. At the public counter, the Division provides information to dcvelopers 0 and the general public from the department's comprehensive files and mapping systems. The Division manages and maintains extensive engineering records and files including grading, subdivision maps, and public improvements, in addition to subdivision project files. 0 >- Provide quality assurance for construction of private improvements in Poway through I comprehcnsive design reviews and tield inspcction. >- Evaluate and prioritize processes to be streamlined. 0 >- Provide excellent customer service at the counter and over the phone. 0 >- Process all land development and map processing in an efficient and effective manner 0 Land Development Engineering processed a variety of projects including writing conditions for over 116 I single-family residences, 10 commcrciallots in the Business Park, as well as work on the Hillside Villages I project. The division also processed 360 right-of-way permits, as well as tinal maps, street vacations, boundary adjustments, and nood letters. I None I .- I I I I 116 I ,I I LAND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING Development Services Depllrtmellt Divi.fion No: 0305 I Expense I Position I Senior Civil Engineer 1.00 92,315 87 440 87,440 90,500 90,500 I Associate Civil Engineer 1.00 63,668 ] 40,270 108,785 76,130 76,130 I Assistant Engineer 2.00 97,961 63,430 63.430 130,490 13],290 Development Services Technician 1.00 30,046 38,920 38,920 37,290 39,250 III 0.00 - I 1110 - Regular 314,024 330,060 298,575 334,410 337,170 '1140 - Overtime 880 4,000 2,031 1,500 1,500 '1199 & S/L Adjustment 3,765 ' 2,567 I 1300 Employee Benefits 87,676 98,020 87,302 81,940 90,980 I and Maintenance 1714a Development Engineering 2.000 2,000 2.000 2,000 110 Reimbursed Mileage 2,608 3,600, 2,962 3,600 3,600 I 130 Vehicle Operations & Maintenance 1,986 2,020 ' 2,020 1,090 580 3140 Travel and Meetings 130 1,280 600 280 1,260 3320 Postage 17 I 4122 Plan Check/Map Processing 199,072 100,000 167,537 140,000 140,000 I 4126 Telecommunications Contracts 400 1.250 796 ],250 1,250 4308 R&M Equipment 3,731 3,550 5,051 2,710 2,750 I 4710 Office & Stationery Supplies 4,185, 4,200 2,699 4,200 4,200 4730 Photographic/Copy Supplies 1.752 1.800 2,480 1,800 1.800. 4760 Operating Supplies 125 330 330 330 330 I 4908 Education and Training ],078 ],250 1,600 1.250 4922 Printing 1,183 ],000 1.000 1,000 1,000 4924 Publications and Dues 255 700 700 660 890 I 5520 Capital Outlay Rental - Other Equipment 3,500 3.500 3,500 1,750 1,750 15530 Capital Outlay Rental" Office Equipment 4,530 3,700 3,700 680 680 I I I ! I , ! , I I , i I I i I ! I I Division Total 630,880 I I t7 I ENGINEERING INSPECTION Development Services Department I Division Number 0306 D The Inspection Division's primary function is to ensure thatthe public and private construction projects are in compliance with the City approved plans and specifications. The Division is also responsible for the I administration of part of the City's Storm Water Management program as it relates to commercial and industrial inspections. D >- Provide excellent customer and citizen service though contact, response, evaluation, follow up, and D resolution. "'.~ .._W.._ I >- Provide a quality inspection service is committed to'excellence. >- Continue construction South Poway Business'Park. I >- Respond to all other projects, single-family residences, subdivisions and I - >- Coordinate over 360 right-of_way perm its from of project. I ~ , >- Respond to citizen complaints as they relate to construction'activitiEs. >- Ensure compliance with the City's Jurisdictional Urban Runoff Management Program. n >- Re-inspect high priority industrial businesses as needed. n 1110 - Addition of two, 2-year limited-term Engineering Inspectors +$140,000 0 .. _,._.. o- n 0 I I I 118 I I ENGINEERING INSPECTION I Development Services Department Division No: 0306 I FTE I M__' ~,"""._, Engin. Inspec. Supvr/NPDES Coord. 1.00 58,031 69,100 72,460 72,460 Management Assistant 1.00 47,280 48,930 51,500 Lead Engineering Inspector 1.00 60,240 62,330 62,490 I Engineering Inspector 4.00 152,183 I 09,240 203,100 210,670 i 1110 - Regular 210,214 285,860 386,820 397,120 I 1140 - Overtime 27,887 16,000 15,000 15,000 1199 & SIL Adjustment 14,401 1300 Benefits 64,121 94,680 109,570 117,260 I and Maintenance I Mileage 3,960 4,210 4,210 4,160 4,210 Operations & Maintenance 9,194 : 9,070 9,070 10,810 11.620 and Meetings 254 730 730 790 I 4,273 4,570 5.054 8,360 9,080 Inspection 135,255 181,800 291,800 160;000 160,000 Contractual Serviccs 41,438 - . I Equipment 738 1,080 L080 1,040 L080 18 Radios 250 250 350 350 16 Small Tools 517 i 410 510 520 530 I 4710 Office & Stationery Supplics 1102 980 1,247 980 980 14730 Photographic/Copy Supplies 887 1,680 ' 886 1,680 1,680 14750 Safety Supplies 107 270 270 450 490 I 14760 Operating Supplies 286 350 240 350 350 14799 Other Supplies and Materials 250 250 350 350 14908 i Education and Training 1,072 i LOOO 1,000 1,500 I , 14922 i Printing 757 ' 700 700 I,] 20 1,150 4924 r Publications and Dues 175 i 340 340 340 660 15510 kapital Outlay Rental- Vehicles 10,690 8,610 8,610 4,300 4,300 I 5530 !Capital Outlay Rental - Office Equipment 2,5 50 2,550 2,550 1.280 1,280 , I ! ; i I I , i I I 1 I , I 6122 & Computer Equipment 6,858 I I 'Division Total 536,736 119 I TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Development Services Department 0 Division Number 0307 0 The Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for resolution of most of the City's traffic and transportation 0 issues. Additionally, Traffic Engineering oversees operation and maintenance of the computerized traffic signal system and ensures optimal timing ofthe City's 49 traffic signals. The Division ensures proper design and construction of new signals, and makes modifications and upgrades to existing signals. Traffic I Engineering makes roadway signing and striping changes and creates new designs when required. It reviews and approves all work area traffic control and maintains rccords and files including accident reports, traffic volumes and speed surveys. The Division responds to traffic related public complaints and serves as staff to 0 the Traffic Safety Committce. Traffic Engineering complctcs analyses, prepares reports and makes recommcndations on all traffic safety related issues. 0 >- Prepare reports and evaluations for the City Council and Tra!lic,safety Committee, and review traffic I relatcd public requests and inquiries. .- >- Maintain current, court certifiable speed new speed limits in acc,ordance with the requirements of the California 0 >- Construction of the fiber optic Road, Twin Peaks Road and Community Road. " Manage and maintain the traffic signal and timing I ,. modifications. >- Prepare a pcriodic Traffic Signal Report ~xisting signaliiedintersections and evaluating unsignalized locations for future review of stop controlled I intersections. '''~.^.;.^......,,- >- Work with community groups on traffic safcty awareness iri'heighborhoods. >- Work with SANDAG on Congcstion Management Program along Scripps Poway Parkway I Traffic Engincering completed 25 traffic counts, 26 speed surveys, 10 Traffic Safcty Committec agenda I items and reviewed more than 300 traffic control plans in FY 01-02. The Division began management and installation of a new fibcr optic traffic signal communication system, and reviewed a design for construction I of new traffic signals at the intersection of Po mer ado Road and Robison Blvd. A grant to improve safety for school children will be used to install sidewalks on Standish Drive. A similar Traffic Engineering workload n is anticipatcd for FY 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 None n --. .- .- --.--,.-. ,.,~ -"'.-...._~_.,- __"_"~'._"r"'.'~'._',.,... -_..~. ..~ -- ~ ~-~ ....- n I 120 I