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November 3, 2014 Planning Commission. 2 Capital Facilities Element (CFE)

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1 November 3, 2014 Planning Commission

2 2 Capital Facilities Element (CFE)

3 3 Objectives for Tonight  Review what the Capital Facilities Element (CFE) must cover and its relationship to other elements  Overview: public facilities serving Edgewood  Review typical goals and policy topics in CFEs  Commission provide direction re goals and policies, and questions for us to answer at January 6 meeting

4 4 GMA Requirements 1.Goals and policies 2.Inventory with location and capacities 3.Future needs with location and capacities 4.Funding plan with sources and amounts 5.Coordination and consistency with land use

5 5 Impact Fee Requirements >Existing deficiencies and means to eliminate (identify in GMA #2) >New development’s additional demands on existing facilities (identify in GMA #2 & 3) >Additional public facilities needed for new development (identify in GMA #3)

6 6 What government facilities does the City of Edgewood provide to residents and businesses? >Provided by City of Edgewood Police Parks Street Maintenance Stormwater City Hall

7 7 What government facilities are provided to residents and businesses by other agencies? >Providers Water: Mountain View-Edgewood, Milton, Lakehaven, Sumner, DeChaux Sewer: mostly septic; Lakehaven; Cherrywood Manor Mobile Home Park; City of Fife; Pierce Co. Fire: East Pierce Fire and Rescue Library: Pierce County Library System Schools: Fife District 417, Puyallup District 3, Sumner District 320 Solid Waste: Murrey’s Disposal Company Electricity & Natural Gas: Puget Sound Energy Telecommunications, cable TV: private companies

8 8 1. Typical Goal with Policy Topics >Provide public facilities to support land use Consistency with land use element Provide City facilities Coordinate with other providers

9 9 2. Typical Goal with Policy Topics >Facilities provide adequate levels of service Level of service standards (example on next slide) Timely provision of facilities (“concurrency”)

10 10 Level of Service – An Example

11 11 3. Typical Goal with Policy Topics >Needed facilities are financially feasible Specific sources and estimated amounts If new or increased sources of revenue are needed, commitment and/or process to take action Growth pays proportionate share

12 12 4. Typical Goal with Policy Topics >Facilities are designed appropriately: Environmentally sensitive Energy efficient Location and aesthetic Technologically innovative Cost-effective Sustainable

13 13 5. Typical Goal with Policy Topics >Facilities are well maintained: Reliable and functional Safe Clean and attractive Financially sustainable

14 14 Funding for Capital Improvements

15 15 SourceAmount% Grants – not specified$ 9,142,92151% Grants – specified sources4,521,46925% Surface Water Fees1,717,46810% Traffic Impact Fees1,618,5109% General Fund Reserves390,0002% REET 2240,0001% Transportation Benefit District150,0001% Street Fund120,6101% Traffic Safety Commission30,0000% A. How does Edgewood pay for capital improvements? ( CIP) Transportation: $17,780,978

16 16 B. How does Edgewood pay for capital improvements? ( CIP) SourceAmount% Voted Bonds$ 8,800,00054% Grants – not specified5,980,00037% Surface Water Fees800,0005% Park Impact Fees470,0003% Capital Parks Reserves160,0001% Zoo/Park Sales Tax90,0001% Parks: $16,300,000

17 17 C. How does Edgewood pay for capital improvements? ( CIP) SourceAmount% Grants – not specified$ 3,702,27568% Surface Water Fees1,646,95130% Grant – DOE120,0002% Stormwater: $5,469,226

18 18 D. How does Edgewood pay for capital improvements? ( CIP) SourceAmount% LID$ 90,00049% Grants – not specified75,00041% Sewer Fees20,00011% Sewer: $185,000

19 19 SourcePlusesMinuses Grants Somebody else’s money. Don’t control you own destiny. What happens when you don’t win? Bonds Long-term repayment spreads cost over useful life of project. Voted bonds need voter support. Revenue bonds need revenue? User Fees Users pay. You set the fees. Resistance to the fees you set. Impact Fees Growth pays for growth. Fees are discounted, so growth doesn’t pay its full share. REET Real estate pays for infrastructure.Real estate market cycles. Pros and Cons of Biggest Funding Sources E. How does Edgewood pay for capital improvements? ( CIP)

20 20 F. What other funding strategies do Washington cities use for their capital improvements? >Road levy (Kirkland) >Business license per FTE employee (Renton, Redmond) >Red light violation fines (Fife) >Franchise fee for heavy vehicles (Kirkland) >Same sources as Edgewood, but higher tax base, or higher rates >Utility Tax >Business and Occupation Tax >Levy Lid Lift

21 21 End of Presentation Questions? Discussion!


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