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1 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Public Works Department Proposed Budget Fiscal Year FY Proposed Budget

2 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Public Works Department

3 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Transit Funds

4 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fleet Fund Transit Funds

5 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Parking Fund

6 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Surface Transportation Fund Storm Drainage Fund

7 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Airport Fund

8 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Allocations by Division 5 Administration 6 Airport Services 7 Transit Services 34 Street Services 40 Fleet and Parking Services 91 Water Services 117 Wastewater Services FY Proposed Budget Public Works Department Overview

9 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 12/13 Expenses by Division FY Proposed Budget Public Works Department Overview

10 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Airport Fund

11 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview 4310 Airport Fund 4310 provides for management and operation of the Modesto City-County Airport, on a 450 acre facility. In 2011, there were 20,013 passengers that boarded flights on United Express Airlines and on leisure flights. This is an Enterprise Fund, operating within revenues Special Aviation Fund 4320 is used exclusively for transactions involving Airport capital Improvement Projects. For the majority of projects, the Federal Aviation Administration funds a portion of the expense (95% prior to 2012 and 90% thereafter) with the remaining match funding provided by Passenger Facility Charges County Aircraft Revenue Fund 4330 funds General and Corporate Aviation Improvement projects. Revenues come from the Stanislaus Countys portion of Possessory Aircraft Taxes collected at Modesto City-County Airport. Airport Fund

12 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Strategic Commitments and Performance Measures The Airport Section supports the Councils Strategic Commitments to: Provide a safe and inviting community in which to live, work and visit Foster a vibrant, competitive and diverse economic environment for business Promote Modesto Key Performance Measures for the Airport Section are: Compliance with regulatory requirements Pursuing new air service opportunities Seeking grant funding for eligible projects Attracting additional General Aviation businesses Airport Fund

13 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements in Modesto/Stanislaus County featured in SkyWest Inflight Magazine 10 charter flights flew 850 passengers to 2 Nevada Casino Resorts Largest leisure air charter, an MD-80 jetliner carrying 146 passengers 742,305 pounds of air freight handled 44,681 take-offs and landings, an increase over 2010 Airline Terminal Improvements: Emergency interior lighting systems updated Fire suppression sprinkler and alarm system upgraded Roof repairs completed, southeast quadrant Replaced 3 HVAC units Airport Fund

14 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements (cont.) 4320 Combined 95% FAA Grant Funds with 5% Passenger Facilities Fees: Airline terminal complex expansion study completed Airport layout plan updated West general aviation ramp rehabilitated RW10R safety area improved 4330 Irrigation well completed Security fence installed Fiscal Condition and Proforma The Airport Fund has had a balanced budget for several years. The long term health of the fund is heavily linked to the general economic recovery. Airport Fund

15 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Proforma Revenue $ 999,921 Adjustments $ 0 Target $ 999,921 Proposed Budget $ 1,029,524 Over (Under) $ 29,603 Airport Fund

16 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 12/13 Expenses by Program Staffing Levels 1 Airport Manager 1 Senior Admin Office Assistant 1 Airport Maintenance Crewleader 3 Airport Maintenance Workers Airport Fund

17 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges and Opportunities The Airport Fund will continue to be challenged by uncertain air travel patterns Decreased interest in general aviation aircraft ownership Untapped potential in catchment area, 1.6 million residents within one hour (Modestos sphere of air service users) Airport Fund

18 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions? Airport Fund

19 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Transit Fund

20 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview 4540 – Modesto Area Express (MAX) The Modesto Area Express (MAX) Transit Fund provides fixed route transit services to the city of Modesto and surrounding area. The MAX system has a fleet of 55 buses providing service on 20 local routes and commuter service to BART and ACE train stations. MAX carries approximately 3.5 million passengers each year. This is an Enterprise Fund, operating from revenues and grant funding – Dial-a-Ride (DAR) Dial-a-Ride (DAR) focuses on meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Non-disabled seniors and the general public may ride on a limited basis. This is an Enterprise Fund, operating from revenues and grant funding. Transit Fund

21 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview 6530 – Transportation Center/Amtrak Station This fund finances the operation and maintenance of the Transportation Center and Amtrak Station. Over 150,000 bus stops are made at the Transportation Center annually. These stops include buses operated by Modesto Area Express (MAX), Stanislaus Regional Transit and Greyhound. There are 12 passenger trains using the Amtrak Station daily picking up or dropping off about 100,000 passengers each year. This is an Enterprise Fund, operating from revenues and grant funding – Alternative Transportation (Rideshare, Bike to Work) The purpose of the Alternative Transportation Fund is to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by encouraging city employees to use alternate modes of transportation. These activities are funded by grants. Transit Fund

22 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Strategic Commitments This Fund supports the following Council Strategic Commitments: Build and promote partnerships that engage neighborhoods and create a sense of community Provide a safe and inviting community in which to live, work and visit Key Performance Measures FY MAX ridership – 3,145,000 passengers Customer satisfaction survey results of 80% Good or Very Good rating 100% compliance with DOT safety requirements FY Dial-A-Ride ridership – 118,000 passengers Transit Fund

23 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements in – Modesto Area Express (MAX) RFP for MAX operating contract prepared and issued Acquired new bus for BART commuter route Aggressive acquisition of revenues to continue existing level of service Maintenance program passed DOT inspection with 0 discrepancies 4520 – Dial-a-Ride (DAR) Continue to meet the critical transportation needs of the communitys individuals with disabilities in full compliance with ADA in a constrained fiscal environment Transit Fund

24 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements in 2011 (cont.) 4550 – Alternative Transportation (Rideshare, Bike to Work) 424 employees completed surveys in the fall of 2011, with 20% using alternate forms of transportation 4530 – Transportation Center/Amtrak Station Initiated project to rebuild restrooms at Transportation Center Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Projected Revenues/Budget Target$ 15,854,310 Proposed Budget$ 15,854,310 Over (Under)$ 0 Transit Fund

25 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget 4-Year Expense History Including FY12-13 Proposed Budget FY Proposed Budget Transit Fund

26 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program F iscal Health Discussion The amount of TDA revenues available to the Citys transit services from StanCOG is being challenged by some member agencies. Other sources of revenue are remaining steady or growing. Transit Fund

27 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges in FY 12-13: Establishing an agreement with StanCOG member agencies to continue funding of the Citys transit services at their current level. Acquisition of funding to replace or rebuild aging buses. Unmet Needs: Additional service is needed to mitigate routine overcrowding on the route connecting downtown with Vintage Faire Mall via McHenry Ave. Replacement/rebuilding of aging buses. FY Proposed Budget Transit Fund

28 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions? FY Proposed Budget Transit Fund

29 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Surface Transportation Fund

30 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview The Surface Transportation Fund provides these services to the community: Community & Economic Development Traffic Engineering, Traffic Operations, Electrical, Street Lights, Liability Parks Recreation & Neighborhoods Tree Maintenance Public Works Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, Street Maintenance Services Funding sources include Gas Tax, General Fund Maintenance of Effort (MOE), Proposition 1B, Proposition 42, Garbage Impact Fees and other grants and fees.

31 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Strategic Commitments The Surface Transportation Fund supports the Councils Strategic Commitments to: - Provide a safe and inviting community in which to live, work and visit - Provide an innovative and accountable city government, and - Foster a vibrant, competitive and diverse economic environment for business. Key Performance Measures - Community and Economic Development Completed street light repair requests – 80% within 50 days - Parks, Recreation and Neighborhoods Cycle pruning will be completed in targeted areas on a 7 year cycle with 90% of trees pruned in targeted area annually - Public Works Lane Miles of Streets Receiving Maintenance

32 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements in 2011 Completed 26 miles of microsurfacing treatments using Prop. 42 funds Safe Route to Schools Grant funded installation of curbs, gutters and sidewalks on west side of Conant Ave. Intersection improvements at Briggsmore Ave./Carpenter Road, and Orangeburg Ave./Sisk Road Installed over 270 ADA compliant curb ramps with ARRA funds Completed overlay on 9.1 lane miles of streets Root cutting to prevent sidewalk damage was 3 years behind schedule but is now current Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Available Funding$ 22,475,507 Proposed Budget$ 13,291,561 Fund Balance$ 9,183,946

33 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Expense History w/ Projected Budgets

34 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 12/13 Expense By Program

35 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fiscal Health Discussion The Surface Transportation Fund has experienced dramatic changes in the sources and reliability of its revenues. Several funding sources are not expected to continue past FY 09/10.

36 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges Some funding is restricted for specific activities Prop 1B projected to be substantially expended in FY11/12 Prop 42 funding not expected FY 10/11 and beyond State budget impact on STF is uncertain Long term ideas and solutions for revenue replacement Unmet Needs Right-of-way work Special events Weed abatement Traffic sign and striping maintenance Street light circuits wire theft and vandalism Direct burial street light circuits replacement

37 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions?

38 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fleet Fund

39 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview The Fleet Management Fund manages vehicles and equipment used by all of the Citys departments. In addition to maintenance and repair services for a fleet of 931 vehicles and equipment, this Section is responsible for fleet related regulatory inspections, mobile and stationary emission compliance, and specification, lifecycle and fuel management. This is an Internal Service Fund, allocating all costs to internal customers through vehicle rates. Strategic Commitments Provide innovation and accountable City government Key Performance Measures Maintain 100% regulatory compliance Maintain better than 95% equipment availability Fleet Fund

40 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Achievements in th year as a Blue Seal of Excellence Fleet Facility Reduced fleet size by 12.6% or 135 units since 2009 Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Projected Revenues$5,711,311 Proposed Budget$6,060,713 Over(Under)$ 349,402 Fleet Fund

41 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget 4-Year Expense History Including FY12-13 Proposed Budget Fleet Fund

42 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 12/13 Expense Distribution Fiscal Health Discussion The Fleet Management Fund develops equipment rates based on actual costs for the preceding 12 months. Equipment replacement rate holidays, and corresponding delays in the replacement of equipment for the past several years, have increased repair costs and eroded reliability of equipment. Fleet management services are provided using a combination of in-house and contracted sources. Some fleet services are also provided to other agencies on a contract basis. Fleet Fund

43 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges in FY 2012/13: Funding for vehicle wash and fueling facility Phase II Fleet Facility Cooperating and coordinating services with other agencies Unmet Needs: Not at this time Fleet Fund

44 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions? Fleet Fund

45 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Parking Fund

46 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Fund Overview The Parking Fund provides parking for workers and visitors in the downtown Modesto area, operating and maintaining 3 parking garages and 7 parking lots. In FY 10-11, a total of 457,278 customers used our parking facilities. Parking Services support a variety of downtown business, entertainment, and dining venues. This is an Enterprise Fund, operating from revenues generated. Strategic Commitments Provide a safe and inviting community in which to live, work and visit Provide an innovative and accountable city government Foster a vibrant, competitive and diverse economic environment for business Parking Fund

47 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Key Performance Measures Operating cost per space Business survey ratings of Good or Better Achievements in 2011 Parking Services has completed conversion to automated revenue collection equipment, allowing the fund to operate without a deficit due to staffing reductions. Automation also allows for operational changes to address customer service, multi-use lots, improved safety and special event needs. Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Projected Revenues $ 1,228,068 Proposed Budget $ 1,027,804 Positive Revenue $ 200,264 Parking Fund

48 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget 4-Year Expense History Including FY12-13 Proposed Budget Parking Fund

49 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 2012/13 Expense by Program Fiscal Health Discussion The Parking Fund has operated in a deficit model for several years, drawing down reserves to augment revenues. This trend was reversed with the implementation of automated revenue collection in Beginning in FY 2011/12, the fund became fully self supporting and will now begin funding a limited capital program for the parking facilities. Parking Fund

50 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges in FY 2012/13: Deferred facility maintenance Evaluation of enforcement program Study of on-street parking Unmet Needs: Funding for capital improvements Parking Fund

51 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions? Parking Fund


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