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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Operation & Maintenance Budget. FY 2011-12 Budget Worksession July 12, 2011. Presentation Outline. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget Accomplishments Budget Challenges Summary. Presentation Outline. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTOperation & Maintenance Budget

FY 2011-12

Budget Worksession

July 12, 2011


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Organization Chart

Director – Mark V. Massaro, P.E.

Deputy Director – Joseph C. Kunkel, P.E.

Public Works Engineering

Robin L. Hammel, P.E.

Fiscal & Administration

Ralphetta Aker, J.D.

Highway Construction

Julie Naditz, P.E.

Development Engineering

Diana Almodovar, P.E.

Roads & Drainage

Deodat Budhu, P.E.

Stormwater Management

Rodney Lynn, P.E., Interim Manager

Traffic Engineering

Ruby Dempsey Rozier


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • These figures do not include the Red Light Running Program or Capacity Reservation Fee Refunds


Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

Proposed FY 2011-12 Operating Budget: $77.2M

20%

9%

71%


Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

Public Works Manning vs. Population

Fiscal Year


Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Operational Impacts

    • Staffing requirements

      • Reached critical mass

        • FY 2007-2008(29) Positions eliminated

        • FY 2008-2009 (8) Positions eliminated

        • FY 2009-2010 (46) Positions eliminated

        • FY 2010-2011 (7) Positions eliminated

        • FY 2011-2012(3) Position eliminated


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Accomplishments

  • Maintained 2,738 miles of roadway

  • Maintained 1,635 retention ponds

  • Installed 11 miles of new sidewalk

  • Maintained 548 traffic signals


Resurfaced 190 lane miles of arterial, collector, and subdivision roads

Installed 4 new school flashers

Red Light Running Ordinance and Contract Awarded

Accomplishments


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Budget Challenges

  • Workload Indicators

  • Level of Service

  • Programs

  • Operational Challenges


Budget Challenges

  • Workload Indicators


Budget Challenges

  • Workload Indicators


Budget Challenges

  • Workload Indicators


Budget Challenges

  • Level of Service Challenges

    • Level of Service FY 12 Consistent with FY 11


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Resurfacing program

Right-of-way mowing

Retention pond mowing

Street sweeping

Budget Challenges


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Resurfacing program - 15-year existing cycle

Budget Challenges


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Right-of-way mowing - 4-6 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Retention pond mowing - 4-6 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Street sweeping –

4-5 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges


Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Tree trimming - scheduled if critical

Drainage rehabilitation - as needed

Budget Challenges


Level of Service – Traffic Engineering

School zones and flashers - installed as needed

Traffic signals - warranted signals scheduled for installation

Pedestrian safety upgrades - modified based on field conditions

Traffic calming devices - MSBU's with matching funds

Budget Challenges


Budget Challenges

  • Programs

    • Pedestrian Safety Improvements

      • Ability to provide adequate sidewalk for school age pedestrians and address current backlog


Budget Challenges

  • Operational Challenges

    • Impact on Level of Service

    • Infrastructure Maintenance

      • Prolonged delays increase cost

      • Require more maintenance


Budget Challenges

  • Operational Challenges

    • Future growth will require additional operational funding

    • Emergency response


Presentation Outline

  • Organization Chart

  • Proposed FY 2011-12 Budget

  • Accomplishments

  • Budget Challenges

  • Summary


Level of Service

Remains same as FY 11

Programs

Consistent with FY 11

Operational Impacts

0.9% increase over FY 11

Summary


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTOperation & Maintenance Budget

FY 2011-12

Budget Worksession

July 12, 2011


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