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File #: 21-286    Version: 1
Type: Action Item Status: Passed
In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/28/2021 Final action: 6/28/2021
Title: Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026 Ward(s): All Wards Councilor(s): All Councilors Neighborhood(s): All Neighborhoods Result Area(s): Good Governance; Natural Environment Stewardship; Safe Community; Safe, Reliable and Efficient Infrastructure; Strong and Diverse Economy; Welcoming and Livable Community.
Attachments: 1. Recommended Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026
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TO:                      Mayor and City Council   

THROUGH:                      Steve Powers, City Manager   

FROM:                      Robert Barron, Chief Financial Officer  

                                          

SUBJECT:

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Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026    

 

Ward(s): All Wards    

Councilor(s): All Councilors    

Neighborhood(s):  All Neighborhoods    

Result Area(s): Good Governance; Natural Environment Stewardship; Safe Community; Safe, Reliable and Efficient Infrastructure; Strong and Diverse Economy; Welcoming and Livable Community.  

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ISSUE:

 

Shall the City Council adopt the Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026 as recommended by the Budget Committee?    

 

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Adopt the Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026 as recommended by the Budget Committee.   

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SUMMARY:

 

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP), governed by Council Policy C-9 (Resolution 2008-142), includes the following goals: create a transparent CIP process; establish a risk-based priority list; match the priority list to limited resources in a thoughtful and responsible manner; and establish an internal CIP review committee to oversee the process.  

 

 

FACTS AND FINDINGS:

 

The CIP consists of planned capital projects that are expected to cost $246,429,850 over the next five-year period. The CIP includes four groups of projects that are funded at the following levels:

 

Community Facilities - $14,929,000

Municipal Facilities - $28,479,860

Transportation - $79,433,730

Utilities - $123,587,260

 

The recommended CIP (attachment 1) includes several corrections from the document presented to the Budget Committee. In addition to ward, neighborhood, and score corrections, the following project values have been identified and adjusted for accuracy:

 

                     Project 0001168, Fisher Road Park Expansion, page 26 - $100,000 FY 2022 - deleted.

                     Project 0001169, Willamette Slough / Pringle Creek Property Donation, page 26 - $100,000 FY 2022 - deleted.

                     Project 0001170, Geer Park Master Plan and Phase 2 Development, page 26 - $900,000 FY 2022, $1,000,000 FY 2023 - deleted.

                     Project 0000554, McGilchrist Street SE Corridor Improvements, page 45 - BUILD funding updated to RAISE, increased $385,320. Added $1,511,000 in Urban Renewal Agency funding.

                     Project 0001082, Hayesville Pump Station Improvements, funding source updated from Utility Rates to Revenue Bonds.

                     Project 0001010, Geren Island Filter No. 2 Reconstruction, page 75 - updated funding source for FY 2022 $20,000,000 from Utility Rates to State Grant.

                     Project 0001081, ASR Improvements at Woodmansee Park, funding source updated from Utility Rates to Revenue Bonds.

 

BACKGROUND:

 

The City of Salem Budget Committee held a public hearing for the CIP on April 21, 2021. Staff provided notice to the community and at the public hearing, provided a presentation about capital planning and the anticipated projects. At the conclusion of the public hearing, the Budget Committee recommended the CIP to the City Council for consideration. 

 

                     Josh Eggleston     

                     Budget Officer    

 

Attachments:

1.                     Recommended Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2022 through FY 2026