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Agenda Pkt 11172020 VirtualBOTHELL CITY COUNCIL ***VIRTUAL MEETING*** AGENDA November 17, 2020 – 6:00 PM BOTHELL CITY HALL 18415 101st AVE NE BOTHELL, WA 98011 Public Notice: Pursuant to Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy Proclamation 20-25 extension and the extension of Proclamation 20-28 regarding open public meetings, and in an effort to curtail the spread of the COVID -19 virus, this City Council meeting will be conducted remotely through Zoom. We encourage members of the public to attend and participate in the meeting remotely, as described in more detail below : Public testimony during public hearings and visitor comments will be accommodated through Zoom, but the public is requested to sign up for such testimony by submitting a form HERE. For those wishing to attend by Zoom, please: (1)click this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83028918384 (or copy the URL and paste into a web browser) (2) call-in to the Zoom meeting by dialing 253-215-8782 and entering 830 2891 8384 T he proceedings will also be available to view live or on the following day on the City of Bothell YouTube Channel, or live on *BCTV Cable Access Channels 21/26 (must have Frontier/Comcast Cable). MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL Mayor Liam Olsen Deputy Mayor Jeanne Zornes Councilmember Tom Agnew Councilmember Davina Duerr Councilmember Rosemary McAuliffe Councilmember James McNeal Councilmember Mason Thompson REGULAR SESSION Call to Order & Roll Call Meeting Agenda Approval During this item, the City Council may identify agenda items to be continued, withdrawn, or added. 1.Presentations, Reports, & Briefings A.Public Engagement Opportunities B.Proclamations -None at this time. C.Special Presentations -None at this time. D.Staff Briefings -None at this time. E.City Manager Reports -None at this time. F.Council Committee Reports 2.Visitor Comment Those testifying or providing visitor comment will be limited to 3 minutes. Attendees will be muted and not audible to the Council except during times they are designated to speak. If you wish to comment (either in writing or verbally) please submit a form HERE prior to 3:00PM (day of meeting). All comments will be made part of the record. 3.Consent Agenda All items under this section will be passed with a single motion and vote. These items are of a routine nature. Prior to approval, City Council may request items be withdrawn from the consent agenda for separate discussion. Approval of the consent agenda authorizes the City Manager to implement each item in accordance with the staff recommendation. A.AB # 20-146 – Approval of October 2020 Vouchers Recommended Action: Approve vouchers for October 2020 totaling $5,377,695.04. 3,718,165.9 B.AB # 20-147 – Approval of Interlocal Agreement with Snohomish Health District for Per Capita Contribution for Health District Services Recommended Action: Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the Snohomish Health District in the amount of $22,000 for the year 2020, and authorize the City Manager to sign extensions to the ILA contingent upon the annual fee’s inclusion in the adopted budget. C.AB # 20-148 - Approval of Construction Contract for Camden Lift Station Retrofit – Site 45 Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to enter into a Construction Contract with Road Construction Northwest, Inc. for construction of the Camden Lift Station Retrofit in the amount of $626,438.20. D.AB # 20-149 - Consideration of a Resolution approving the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Update Recommended Action: Adopt the Resolution approving the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan. E.AB # 20-150 - Consideration of a Resolution Establishing the 2021 User Fee Schedule Recommended Action: Adopt a Resolution establishing the 2021 User Fee Schedule as presented and included in the Preliminary Budget, setting user fees for 2021. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 2 of 210 Pgs. 5-6 Pgs. 7-14 Pgs. 15-20 Pgs. 21-134 Pgs. 135-160 4.Public Hearings A.AB # 20-151 – Public Hearing on Revenues for the 2021-2022 Biennium and the 2021 City of Bothell Property Tax Levy and Consideration of Adopting the 2021 Property Tax Levy Recommended Action: Open a public hearing on revenues for the 2021-2022 biennium and the 2021 property tax levy rate, consider public testimony and approve the 2021 Property Tax Levy Ordinance and the 2021 Ordinance of Significant Need to provide funding for essential local government services in the 2021-2022 biennium. B.AB # 20-152 – Public Hearing for Consideration of Adoption of Two Ordinances Establishing the EMS Levy in the Snohomish County Portion of Bothell for 2021 Recommended Action: Adopt the two proposed Ordinances authorizing a one percent increase in the EMS levy for 2021 due to substantial need, and establishing the 2021 EMS Levy for the Snohomish County Portion of Bothell. C.AB # 20-153 - Public Hearing on the Final 2021-2022 Budget and Consideration of an Ordinance Adopting the Final 2021-2022 Budget. Recommended Action: Open a public hearing on the Final Budget, consider comments offered during the public hearing, and approve the Ordinance adopting the final 2021-2022 Budget with any changes desired by a majority of the Council. 5.Ordinances & Resolutions A.AB # 20-154 – Ordinance Enacting a Temporary Cap on Delivery Fees and Other Service Charges Imposed Upon Retail Food Establishments by Third Party Delivery Services Recommended Action: Approve the attached, proposed ordinance to impose a 15% temporary cap on delivery fees and other service charges imposed upon retail food establishments by third party delivery services and prohibiting such food delivery services from reducing compensation to paid drivers during the effective date of the ordinance. -None at this time. -None at this time. -None at this time. 6.Contracts and Agreements 7.Other Items 8.Study Session/Update/Discussion Items 9.Council Conversations During this item, Council members have the opportunity to informally discuss topics of city interest. 10.Executive Session/Closed Session -None at this time 11.Adjourn November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 3 of 210 Pgs. 161-170 Pgs. 171-180 Pgs. 181-200 Pgs. 201-210 CERTIFICATE : I hereby certify that the above agenda was posted on 11/12/2020 by 6:00 P.M., on the official website and bulletin board at Bothell City Hall, 18415 101st Avenue NE, Bothell, WA, 98011, in accordance with RCW 42.30.077, at least 24 hours in advance of the published start time of the meeting. /s/ Laura Hathaway, City Clerk SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS : The City of Bothell strives to provide accessible meetings for people with disabilities. If special accommodations are required, please contact the ADA Coordinator at (425) 806- 6151 at least one day prior to the meeting. Copies of agenda bills and attachments listed in this agenda may be obtained from the City Clerk's Office the Friday before the meeting. *Bothell City Council meetings are aired live on Bothell Community Television (BCTV) Channel 21/26 (Comcast/Frontier) (available to Comcast and Frontier Cable customers within Bothell City limits). Meetings are generally replayed according to the following schedule (subject to change): Wednesday following the meeting at 10 a.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday following the meeting at 10 a.m. and 7 PM. City Council and Planning Commission meetings and the BCTV schedule are viewable online at www.bothellwa.gov November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 4 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-146 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Chris Bothwell, Finance Director Maureen Schols, Deputy Finance Director (Presenter) DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve October 2020 Vouchers POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to consider approval of vouchers for the period of October 1-31, 2020 totaling $5,377,695.04 that were approved and paid for by the City Auditor. Check transactions # 214837-21538 Wire transactions #493, 494, 496, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, & 770, 775, 781 HISTORY: DATE ACTION JUNE 5, 2000 Ordinance 1810 appointed Finance Director/City Treasurer as City Auditor In accordance with state statues, vouchers approved by the City Auditor are required to be ratified by the City Council and notated in the minutes. DISCUSSION: None. FISCAL IMPACTS: Expenditure funding included in the Adopted 2019-2020 Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. October 2020 Voucher Listing. RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve vouchers for October 2020 totaling $5,377,695.04. 3,718,165.9 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 5 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 6 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-147 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Jennifer Phillips, City Manager DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Approval of Interlocal Agreement with Snohomish Health District for Per Capita Contribution for Health District Services POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to consider if the City should contribute to the Snohomish Health District’s services in 2020. If approved, it has the potential to impact Bothell citizens residing in the Snohomish County portion of our city by partnering with the City to provide basic essential public health services and functions. HISTORY: DATE ACTION NOVEMBER 27, 2018 Council approved the 2019-2020 Biennium Budget which allocated $22,000 in 2019 and $22,000 in 2020 to support the Snohomish Health District. MARCH 5, 2019 Council approved the 2019 Interlocal Agreement with the Snohomish Health District for public health services. DISCUSSION: The Health District provides basic essential public health services and functions, such as ensuring safe food, inspecting septic systems, responding to disasters, or preventing and responding to disease outbreaks. The City contributes $22,000 annually to the Snohomish Health District. This is approximately $1.21 per capita of Bothell/Snohomish County residents. FISCAL IMPACTS: The item is included in the Adopted 2019-2020 Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. Proposed Interlocal Agreement with Snohomish Health District for the year 2020 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 7 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-147 RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the Snohomish Health District in the amount of $22,000 for the year 2020, and authorize the City Manager to sign extensions to the ILA contingent upon the annual fee’s inclusion in the adopted budget. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 8 of 210 ILA SHD_2020 BOTHELL PER CAPITA 1 of 5 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE SNOHOMISH HEALTH DISTRICT AND THE CITY OF BOTHELL PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTION FOR HEALTH DISTRICT SERVICES This Interlocal Agreement for Per Capita Contribution for Health District Services is entered into by and between the SNOHOMISH HEALTH DISTRICT, a Washington Municipal Corporation (the District) and CITY OF BOTHELL a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (the City) – collectively (the Parties), for the purpose of providing for a per capita contribution by the City for Health District Services. RECITALS WHEREAS, This Agreement is made pursuant to the Interlocal Cooperation Act, Chapter 39.34 RCW; and WHEREAS, to promote the public health in Snohomish County, Washington, the Board of County Commissioners of Snohomish County, Washington, established a Health District on January 1, 1959, embracing all of the territory within Snohomish County, Washington, and all cities and towns therein; and WHEREAS, in 1966 the Snohomish Health District became the first local health jurisdiction in the state to organize a city-county cooperative health program with cities indicating a willingness to participate financially in support of Health District programs; and WHEREAS, on January 1, 1967, eleven of 18 cities and towns agreed to voluntarily contribute $0.50 per capita to the Health District in return for public health services; and WHEREAS, per capita contributions from towns and cities continued and in 1986, with such contributions ranging from $1.60 to $2.70 per capita until the early 1990s; and WHEREAS, in 1993, counties assumed exclusive financial responsibility for public health relying on Motor Vehicle Excise Tax (MVET) revenues; and WHEREAS, in 2000, the Washington State Legislature repealed MVET and backfilled only 90% of lost public health funds; and WHEREAS, state funding for local public health has decreased 65.7% from a peak of $27.29 per capita in 2000 to $9.36 per capita in 2014; and WHEREAS, the Health District has experienced a 22% decrease from its 2005 funding level while the county population has increased by 14 percent in the same 10-year period; and WHEREAS, the Health District’s ability to perform its most essential functions have been severely compromised since the great recession; and WHEREAS, the Health District serves an essential public safety function whether ensuring safe food, schools, and septic systems, responding to disasters, or preventing and responding to disease outbreaks; and WHEREAS, threats to the public’s health in the form of foodborne illness such as E.coli and salmonella, communicable diseases such as pertussis, tuberculosis, measles, Zika, and Ebola and natural disasters such as the Oso/SR530 mud slide respect no municipal boundaries; and WHEREAS, public health is a shared responsibility and regional public health threats require regional responses and close partnerships with every city and town in Snohomish County; and Att-1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 9 of 210 ILA SHD_2020 BOTHELL PER CAPITA 2 of 5 WHEREAS, consistent with RCW 70.05, the Snohomish County Council is responsible for establishing the Snohomish Health District Board of Health, with jurisdiction coextensive with the boundaries of the county, to supervise all matters pertaining to the preservation of life and health of the people within its jurisdiction; and WHEREAS, an effective, regional public health response to the threats to public health in Snohomish County requires the cooperation, participation and support of Snohomish County and all of the cities and towns in Snohomish County; and WHEREAS, the Snohomish County Board of Health adopted Resolution 19-25 in November 2019, declaring its intent to take on naloxone distribution and coordination for law enforcement and city partners; and WHEREAS, Snohomish County and the cities and towns therein seek to improve and sustain healthy years of life of their residents by engaging in an enhanced partnership with the Health District. This partnership will provide stable funding for public health priorities that would be established to meet the unique needs of each community. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the agreements set forth below and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the City and the Health District agree as follows: 1. Purpose. A. The recitals set forth above are incorporated herein by this reference. B. The purpose of this Agreement is to establish and define the terms and conditions for the cooperative efforts to be undertaken by the City and the Health District to promote, facilitate, and undertake various programs and activities. 2. Term. The term of this Agreement shall be from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2020. The term may be extended by mutual written agreement of the parties. 3. Scope of Services. A. Responsibilities of the City. The City shall contribute Twenty-two Thousand and No/00 Dollars ($22,000) to the Health District. The City will provide a list to the District of personnel by department that should be equipped with naloxone kits. The City will provide the information necessary for the District to track, rotate and replenish kits as needed. B. Responsibilities of the Health District. The Health District shall provide basic essential public health services and functions such as ensuring safe food, and inspecting septic systems, responding to disasters, or preventing and responding to disease outbreaks. The District shall provide naloxone kits, as requested by the City, to personnel within the Bothell Police Department. Inventory will be tracked, rotated and replenished as needed. The District will partner with the City to coordinate substance use related trainings and community outreach events. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 10 of 210 ILA SHD_2020 BOTHELL PER CAPITA 3 of 5 The Health District will provide reports to the city identifying services provided to Bothell residents and businesses. Additional specific services provided by the Health District to the City may be developed jointly by the parties. 4. Legal Requirements. Both parties shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws in performing this Agreement. 5. Public disclosure laws. The City and the District each acknowledge, agree and understand that the other party is a public agency subject to certain disclosure laws, including, but not limited to Washington’s Public Records Act, chapter 42.56 RCW. Each party understands that records related to this Agreement and the District’s performance of services under this Agreement may be subject to disclosure pursuant to the Public Records Act or other similar law. 6. Insurance. Each party shall maintain its own insurance and/or self-insurance for its liabilities from damage to property and /or injuries to persons arising out of its activities associated with this Agreement as it deems reasonably appropriate and prudent. The maintenance of, or lack thereof of insurance and/or self-insurance shall not limit the liability of the indemnifying part to the indemnified party(s). Each party shall provide the other with a certificate of insurance or letter of self-insurance as the case may be upon request. 7. Indemnification. The District shall protect, save harmless, indemnify and defend the City its elected officials, officers, employees and agents, from and against any loss or claim for damages of any nature whatsoever, including claims by third parties or District employees against which it would otherwise be immune under Title 51 RCW or other law, arising out of any act or omission of the District in performance of this Agreement, its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees or agents, except to the extent the loss or claim is attributable to the negligence or willful misconduct of the City, its elected officials, officers, employees or agents. The City shall protect, save harmless, indemnify and defend the District, its elected and appointed officials, officers, employees and agents from and against any loss or claim for damages of any nature whatsoever, including claims by third parties or City employees against which it would otherwise be immune under Title 51 RCW or other law, arising out of any act or omission of the City in performance of this Agreement, its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees or agents, except to the extent the loss or claim is attributable to the negligence or willful misconduct of the County, its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees or agents. 8. Notices. Any notice/payment to be given to the District under this Agreement shall be either mailed or personally delivered to: Snohomish Health District 3020 Rucker Avenue, Ste 306 Everett, WA 98201 Any notice/invoice to the City shall be mailed or hand delivered to: City of Bothell Executive Department 18415 101st Ave NE Bothell, WA 98011 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 11 of 210 ILA SHD_2020 BOTHELL PER CAPITA 4 of 5 Receipt of any notice shall be deemed effective three (3) days after deposit of written notice in the U.S. mail with proper postage and address. 9. Venue. The laws of the State of Washington shall apply to the construction and enforcement of this Agreement. Any action at law, suit in equity, or judicial proceedings for the enforcement of this agreement or any provision hereto shall be in the Superior Court of Snohomish County, Everett, Washington. 10. Disputes. The parties agree that, following reasonable attempts at negotiation and compromise, any unresolved dispute arising under this Agreement may be resolved by a mutually agreed-upon alternative dispute resolution of arbitration or mediation. 11. No third party beneficiaries; no joint venture. This Agreement is for the sole benefit of the City and District and shall not confer third-party beneficiary status on any non-party to this Agreement. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed as creating any type or manner of partnership, joint venture or other joint enterprise between the parties. County employees who provide services under this Agreement shall at all times be acting in their official capacities as employees of Snohomish County. 12. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties regarding the subject matter hereof, and supersedes any and all prior oral or written agreements between the parties regarding the subject matter contained herein. This Agreement may not be modified or amended in any manner except by written agreement executed by both parties. Both parties recognize that time is of the essence in the performance and the provisions of this Agreement. 13. Severability. A. If a court of competent jurisdiction holds any part, term or provision of this Agreement to be illegal or invalid, in whole or in part, the validity of the remaining provisions shall not be affected, and the parties’ rights and obligations shall be construed and enforced as if the Agreement did not contain the particular provision held to be invalid. B. If any provision of this Agreement is in direct conflict with any statutory provision of the State of Washington, that provision which may conflict shall be deemed inoperative and null and void insofar as it may conflict, and shall be deemed modified to conform to such statutory provision. 14. Filing. As provided by RCW 39.34.040, this Agreement shall be filed with the Snohomish County Auditor, or, alternatively, posted on the website of each party. 15. Execution in Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in two or more counterparts, each of which shall constitute an original and all of which shall constitute one and the same agreement. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 12 of 210 ILA SHD_2020 BOTHELL PER CAPITA 5 of 5 16. Effective Date. January 1, 2020 City of Bothell Snohomish Health District Liam Olsen, Mayor Shawn Frederick, Administrative Officer ATTEST: ATTEST: City Clerk Clerk of the Board Approved as to Form: Approved as to Form: City Attorney Grant Weed, Health District Attorney November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 13 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 14 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-148 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Erin Leonhart, Public Works Director Robert McCadden, Capital Project Engineer DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Approval of Construction Contract for Camden Lift Station Retrofit – Site 45 POLICY CONSIDERATION : The City Council previously provided policy direction on this matter. If this item is approved, staff is implementing the direction given by the city Council. HISTORY: Date Action November 2018 City Council adopts 2019-2025 Capital Facilities Plan including project S-12: Including Lift Station 4 Replacement project January 2020 City enters into Consultant Services Agreement with Gray and Osborne for design of Camden Lift Station Retrofit Lift Station #4 (the Camden Lift Station) was built in the mid-1980s as part of the Camden Highlands housing development and serves approximately 24 single family residences. The lift station has reached the end of its design life and maintaining the outdated lift station is becoming time consuming and expensive. The pump manufacturer no longer provides support for the pumps and the City Operations crew is having to machine custom parts in order to maintain the lift station. In addition to the time and expense necessary to maintain the outdated lift station, frequent mechanical failures create the risk of sewage backing up into adjacent homes. DISCUSSION: This project will replace the existing vacuum prime pump configuration with new submersible pumps. The existing wet well structure , piping, SCADA control panel, Programmable Logic Controller and standby generator are still in good condition and will continue to be used for the new lift station configuration. New mechanical and electrical systems will be installed with the improvements. Construction is anticipated to occur between January 2021 and June 2021 and includes a 14-week contract suspension period for the acquisition of long lead November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 15 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-148 items. Construction was originally planned for 2022 but was moved forward, to 2021, due to the frequency of equipment failures and risks associated with the failures. A competitive bidding procedure was followed for this construction project, consistent with state law and the City’s procurement policy. On October 26, 2020, the City received seven bids ranging from $626,438.20 to $964,693.97 . The City has reviewed the bids and the lowest responsive and responsible bidder is Road Construction Northwest, Inc. at $626,438.20. The Engineer’s Estimate was $636,690. FISCAL IMPACTS: The item is included in the Adopted 2021-2027 CFP with a 2021 construction budget of $685,000. The 2021-2022 proposed budget includes estimated 2020 year-end expenditures of $93,000 and $685,000 for construction in 2021. Total project cost, including design and construction, is estimated at $899,430 which exceeds allocated funds within the proposed 2021-2022 budget by $121,430. This includes the cost of necessary construction inspection and oversight. There is sufficient budget in the Sewer Fund to cover the $121,430 in additional project costs and complete the project. The additional $121,430 of expense is not expected to compromise other scheduled/budgeted projects. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. Bid Tabulation Att-2. Vicinity Map RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to enter into a Construction Contract with Road Construction Northwest, Inc. for construction of the Camden Lift Station Retrofit in the amount of $626,438.20 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 16 of 210 Total Cost Estimate: $ 614,597 Total628,438.20$ Total658,648.94$ Total697,627.20$ Total863,714.40$ Total725,642.64$ Total734,010.96$ Total964,693.97$ No.UnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalUnitTotalPriceCostPriceCostPriceCostPriceCostPriceCostPriceCostPriceCostPriceCost1Mobilization, Demobilization and Cleanup1LS$55,000.00 55,000.00$ 57,000.00$ 57,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 25,000.00$ 25,000.00$ 10,000.00$ 10,000.00$ 45,000.00$ 45,000.00$ 67,600.00$ 67,600.00$ 38,788.00$ 38,788.00$ 2Survey1LS$2,000.00 2,000.00$ 3,500.00$ 3,500.00$ 2,216.00$ 2,216.00$ 2,362.50$ 2,362.50$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 3,000.00$ 3,000.00$ 2,700.00$ 2,700.00$ 2,860.00$ 2,860.00$ 3Force Account1 FA$30,000.00 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 30,000.00$ 4Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control1 LS$2,000.00 2,000.00$ 6,000.00$ 6,000.00$ 3,300.00$ 3,300.00$ 10,000.00$ 10,000.00$ 2,650.00$ 2,650.00$ 500.00$500.00$ 2,700.00$ 2,700.00$ 5,077.00$ 5,077.00$ 5Project Temporary Traffic Control1 LS$3,000.00 3,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 3,000.00$ 3,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 3,450.00$ 3,450.00$ 2,700.00$ 2,700.00$ 1,700.00$ 1,700.00$ 4,022.00$ 4,022.00$ 6Trench Excavation Safety Systems1 LS$5,000.00 5,000.00$ 6,000.00$ 6,000.00$ 5,800.00$ 5,800.00$ 15,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 12,000.00$ 12,000.00$ 1,800.00$ 1,800.00$ 6,000.00$ 6,000.00$ 10,009.00$ 10,009.00$ 7Locate Existing Utilities1 LS$3,000.00 3,000.00$ 2,000.00$ 2,000.00$ 1,100.00$ 1,100.00$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 1,500.00$ 1,500.00$ 1,600.00$ 1,600.00$ 1,400.00$ 1,400.00$ 4,723.00$ 4,723.00$ 8Bypass Pumping1LS$15,000.00 15,000.00$ 12,000.00$ 12,000.00$ 19,000.00$ 19,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 28,000.00$ 28,000.00$ 36,600.00$ 36,600.00$ 24,572.00$ 24,572.00$ 9Demolition1 LS$9,000.00 9,000.00$ 11,000.00$ 11,000.00$ 38,000.00$ 38,000.00$ 25,000.00$ 25,000.00$ 65,000.00$ 65,000.00$ 16,000.00$ 16,000.00$ 15,400.00$ 15,400.00$ 29,059.00$ 29,059.00$ 10Site Piping & Valve Vault1 LS$100,000.00 100,000.00$ 86,000.00$ 86,000.00$ 83,000.00$ 83,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 15,000.00$ 70,000.00$ 70,000.00$ 100,000.00$ 100,000.00$ 108,500.00$ 108,500.00$ 186,604.00$ 186,604.00$ 11Inlet Manhole Modifications1 LS$2,500.00 2,500.00$ 1,850.00$ 1,850.00$ 4,092.00$ 4,092.00$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 100,365.00$ 100,365.00$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ 2,900.00$ 2,900.00$ 4,799.00$ 4,799.00$ 12Lift Station1 LS$150,000.00 150,000.00$ 131,600.00$ 131,600.00$ 142,752.00$ 142,752.00$ 198,009.95$ 198,009.95$ 200,000.00$ 200,000.00$ 172,000.00$ 172,000.00$ 121,800.00$ 121,800.00$ 214,845.00$ 214,845.00$ 13Unsuitable Excavation10 CY$75.00750.00$ 34.25$342.50$ 44.50$ 445.00$ 100.00$1,000.00$ 55.00$550.00$170.00$1,700.00$ 59.00$590.00$153.00$1,530.00$ 14Foundation Gravel20 TN$40.00800.00$ 42.50$850.00$ 42.80$ 856.00$ 100.00$2,000.00$ 65.00$1,300.00$ 40.00$800.00$ 80.00$ 1,600.00$ 112.00$2,240.00$ 15Bank Run Gravel for Trench Backfill180 TN$35.00 6,300.00$ 29.50$5,310.00$ 38.57$ 6,942.60$ 50.00$9,000.00$ 70.00$12,600.00$ 34.00$6,120.00$ 63.50$11,430.00$ 55.00$9,900.00$ 16Asphalt Planing140 SY$10.00 1,400.00$ 37.75$5,285.00$ 10.01$ 1,401.40$ 38.75$5,425.00$ 36.00$5,040.00$ 23.00$3,220.00$ 54.00$7,560.00$ 32.00$4,480.00$ 17Hot Mix Asphalt Paving45 TN$150.00 6,750.00$ 265.00$11,925.00$ 324.14$14,586.30$ 350.00$15,750.00$ 345.00$15,525.00$ 281.00$12,645.00$ 373.00$16,785.00$ 260.00$11,700.00$ 18Site Restoration1 LS$25,000.00 25,000.00$ 2,075.00$ 2,075.00$ 23,036.00$ 23,036.00$ 19,986.25$ 19,986.25$ 40,000.00$ 40,000.00$ 35,000.00$ 35,000.00$ 33,800.00$ 33,800.00$ 41,279.00$ 41,279.00$ 19Electrical1 LS$31,000.00 31,000.00$ 81,300.00$ 81,300.00$ 78,875.00$ 78,875.00$ 120,175.00$ 120,175.00$ 84,170.00$ 84,170.00$ 84,000.00$ 84,000.00$ 87,600.00$ 87,600.00$ 139,130.00$ 139,130.00$ 20L2 Systems1LS$108,200.00 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ 108,200.00$ Schedule A Subtotal:556,700.00$ 569,237.50$ 596,602.30$ 631,908.70$ 782,350.00$ 657,285.00$ 664,865.00$ 873,817.00$ Washington State Sales Tax10%57,896.80$ 59,200.70$ 62,046.64$ 65,718.50$ 81,364.40$ 68,357.64$ 69,145.96$ 90,876.97$ SubTotal Construction Cost Estimate: 614,596.80$ 628,438.20$ 658,648.94$ 697,627.20$ 863,714.40$ 725,642.64$ 734,010.96$ 964,693.97$ Total Construction Cost Estimate:614,596.80$ 628,438.20$ 658,648.94$ 697,627.20$ 863,714.40$ 725,642.64$ 734,010.96$ 964,693.97$ Project Engineer: Robert McCaddenConsulting Engineer:Bid Item DescriptionQty.UnitMeas Engineer's Cost EstimatePUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTCAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTBIDDING RESULTSFORGary Harper Construction Inc.Derian Inc.Camden Lift Station Retrofit - Site 45Olympic Peninsula Construction, Inc.ENGINEER'S ESTIMATEStrider Construction Co. Inc.Nordvind Company LLCMcClure and Sons, Inc.Road Construction Northwest, Inc.CN-BID-02 (Rev. 12/12)BIDTABPage 1 of 1Att-1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 17 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 18 of 210 [L S 45TH AVE SEE R I V E R S I D E D RBEARDSLEE BLVD130TH AVE NE130TH PL NE NE HOLLY HI L L S D R 47TH AVE SEWOO D I N V I L L E D R NE W O O D I N V I L L E D R102ND AVE NENE 195TH ST 132ND AVE NEMAIN ST RIVERSIDE DR NE 175TH S T WOODI N VILL E S N O H O MI S H R D N E UV522 UV527 §¨¦405 SNOHOMISH COUNTY KING COUNTY GLENWOOD WESTHILL 3 WESTHILL 2 WESTHILL 1 DOWNTOWNCENTER CAMDEN NORTHCREEKHEIGHTS CAMDEN LIFT STATION (SITE 45)SERVICE AREA(CAMDEN CREST BASIN)6.8 ACRES VALLEY NORTHOF 185TH MORNINGSIDE/HOLLY HILLS PIONEER HILLSSTAPLESHOME DEPOT UW &CASCADIA SOUTH UW SR522 WEST CAMDEN LIFT STATION L:\Bothell\20435.00 Camden Lift Station (Site 45) Retrofit\01 Design\GIS\SEWERBASINS.mxd CITY OF BOTHELL CAMDEN LIFT STATION (SITE 45) PREDESIGN REPORT FIGURE 1 SEWER BASINS LEGEND: BOTHELL CITY LIMITS STUDY AREA [L S LIFT STATIONS RIVERS/STREAMS SEWER BASINS ³ 0 1,250 2,500 1"=1250' DATA SOURCE: CITY OF BOTHELL, KING COUNTY GIS DATA, SNOHOMISH COUNTY GIS DATA Att-2 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 19 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 20 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-149 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Chris Bothell, Director of Finance DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Consideration of a Resolution approving the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) update POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to consider adopting the 2021-2027 C apital Facilities Plan update. HISTORY: DATE ACTION FEBRUARY 2006 City Council adopted the City’s CFP process JUNE 2, 2020 City Council adopted Resolution 1402 temporarily suspending the CFP update process OCTOBER 20, 2020 Presentation of the 2021-2027 CFP update and public hearing DISCUSSION: The Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) requires that cities establish a Capital Facilities Plan that covers a six-year period. The 2021-2027 CFP is a multi -year plan of capital projects with projected beginning and completion dates, estimated costs, proposed funding sources, and future maintenance and operating cost impacts that each project is anticipated to have on future City budgets. The GMA requires periodic CFP updates of the CFP. Updates typically incorporate changes to: project timelines, budgets, and funding packages; the addition and deletion of projects to respond to changing community desires and emergent issues; and, to account for changes in the economic conditions and regional partnerships. The City’s CFP is due for an update in 2020, covering the years 2021-2027. In February 2006, the Bothell City Council adopted Resolution 1183 (2006), which established a biennial update cycle and describes the City’s biennial CFP process. The pandemic has had significant impacts on capital funding sources and our ability to gather groups of people consistent with the CFP process described in the Resolution. As such, the City Council adopted Resolution 1402 (2020) temporarily suspending assembly of a CFPPC and the call for new projects in favor of an update consisting of a realignment of projects and resources. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 21 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-149 Staff performed the following for this update: •Re -forecasted revenues to reflect current economic conditions; •Up dated project timelines, budgets, and funding packages; •Removed projects scheduled for completion before year end 2020; and •Rescheduled the remaining projects consistent with the prioritization criteria and funding availability. Staff’s modifications did not change the scope of the original CFP, but recalibrated the CFP to reflect current conditions. It is expected that the next update will resume the complete process established by Resolution. The 2021-2027 CFP contains 62 facility, park, transportation and utility projects, along with debt service. It comprises secured funding from capital funding sources of $453 million - $360 million is non-utility capital revenues and $93 million is utility capital revenues. Thirty -eight percent (38%) or $173 million of $453 million is funded by non- city resources such as grants, other agencies, mitigation fees and developer contributions. FISCAL IMPACTS: The first two years of the 2021-2027 CFP will be included in the adopted 2021-2022 biennial budget consistent with the process described by Resolution 1183 (2006). ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. Resolution adopting the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan and rescinding Resolutions No. 1190 (2006), 1195 (2006), 1223 (2008), 1252 (2009), 1261 (2010), 1292 (2012), 1321 (2014), 1356 (2016), 1381 (2018), 1386 (2019) Att-2. 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt the Resolution approving the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 22 of 210 Att -1 Page 1 of 2 RESOLUTION NO. (2020) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON ADOPTING THE 2021-2027 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN (CFP) AND RESCINDING RESOLUTION NOS. 1190 (2006), 1195 (2006), 1223 (2008), 1252 (2009), 1261 (2010), 1292 (2012), 1321 (2014), 1356 (2016), 1381 (2018), AND 1386 (2019) W HEREAS, the Washington State Legislature passed, and the Governor signed into law, the Washington State Growth Management Act of 1990 and amendments thereto (hereinafter the Act), requiring selected counties and cities to prepare comprehensive plans consistent with the provisions of the Act, all as generally codified at Chapter 36.70A RCW; and WHEREAS, the Act requires municipalities to establish within their comprehensive plans, a Capital Facilities Element, including level of service standards and a six-year minimum financing plan to identify anticipated revenue sources and capital projects, including their anticipated costs, required to meet the established level of service standards; and WHEREAS, the Capital Facilities Element is contained in the Imagine Bothell… Comprehensive Plan (hereinafter the Com p Plan); and WHEREAS, the Bothell City Council approved Resolution No. 1183 (2006) establishing the Capital Facilities Plan process that is consistent with the requirements of the Act and establishes a seven-year capital planning period; and WHEREAS, certain aspects of the Capital Facilities Planning process were suspended for this update due to the pandemic, but a thorough process was conducted with an emphasis on realigning resources with projects contained in the previous update; and WHEREAS, the first two years of the Capital Facilities Plan period is designated to be incorporated in the City’s budget; and W HEREAS, the City Council conducted a public hearing, received testimony and deliberated on the proposed Capital Facilities Plan, and, on the basis of these deliberations , made a motion adopting the Capital Facilities Plan; and WHEREAS, the City Council has concluded that the Plan is in the public interest. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan for the City of Bothell, a copy of which is attached hereto as “Exhibit A” and incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth, which Plan sets forth the project location, types of improvements, project timing, estimated cost thereof, and revenue source(s), is hereby adopted and approved. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 23 of 210 Att -1 Page 2 of 2 Section 2. Unless otherwise specifically stated, previous capital facility plans adopted via resolution (Resolution Nos. 1190 (2006), 1195 (2006), 1223 (2008), 1252 (2009), 1261 (2010), 1292 (2012), 1321 (2014), 1356 (2016), 1381 (2018), and 1386 (2019)) are hereby rescinded and superseded by this Resolution. Section 3. The adoption of the Capital Facilities Plan amending the Capital Facilities Element of the Imagine Bothell…Comprehensive Plan will occur concurrently with the adoption of the City’s 2021- 2022 biennial budget, in accordance with 36.70A.130(3) RCW. Sectio n 4. It is the intent of the City Council to include appropriations in the City of Bothell biennial budget for the first two years (2021 and 2022) o f improvements listed in the 2021-2027 Capital Facilities Plan. However, should the outcome of the 2021-2021 budget preparation process result in the budget being inconsistent with the adopted Capital Facilities Plan, the Capital Facilities Plan will be amended as part of the budget adoption process. Section 5. The City Clerk is authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers , and any references thereto. PASSED this ___________ day of ______________________, 2020. APPROVED: LIAM OLSEN MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 24 of 210 Att-2 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 25 of 210 City Council Liam Olsen, Mayor Jeanne Zornes, Deputy Major Davina Duerr, Council Member James McNeal, Council Member Mason Thompson, Council Member Rosemary McAuliffe, Council Member Tom Agnew, Council Member Directors Jennifer Phillips, City Manager Chris Bothwell, Finance Director Erin Leonhart, Public Works Director Nik Stroup, Parks & Recreation Director Capital Facilities Plan Team Eddie Low, Deputy Public Works Director / City Engineer Jaclynn Brandenburg, Deputy Public Works Director - Operations Maureen Schols, Deputy Finance Director Bong Mangaser, Graphic Designer Boyd E. Benson, Utilities & Development Services Manager Cameron Ogard, Associate Engineer Gretchen Zundel, Senior Financial Analyst Janet Geer, Supervising Surface Water Engineer Jeff Sperry, Fleet & Facilities Manager Steven Morikawa, Capital Division Manager Introduction & Executive Summary Revenue Capital Facilities Revenue Capital Utilities Revenue Capital Debt Services Facility Capital Projects Park Capital Projects Transportation Capital Projects Sewer Capital Projects Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects Water Capital Projects Future Projects TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 ...... 1 - 3 ...... 4 - 5 ...... 1 - 9 ...... 1 - 4 ...... 1 - 8 ...... 1 - 33 ...... 1 - 7 ...... 1 - 14 ...... 1 - 12 ...... 1 - 4 ...... November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 26 of 210 Introduction &Executive SummaryNovember 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 27 of 210 Introduction & Executive Summary 2<< Table of Contents The Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) requires that Bothell’s Comprehensive Plan include a Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) element. The 2021-2027 CFP is a multi-year plan of citywide capital projects. The CFP schedules projects based on the availability of staff and funding resources and includes: project schedules, cost estimates, project funding packages, and projected ongoing maintenance and operating costs. The CFP is updated biannually to add and remove projects and for updates to project funding and cost estimates. Capital projects are scheduled and prioritized based on responses to the following: • Consistency with Bothell’s Comprehensive Plan • General Community Benefit(s)/Necessity • Availability of Funding • Breadth of Community Impacted/Benefitting • Impact on Community Health and Safety • Community Support • Availability of External Funding • Projected Economic Benefit • Consistency with the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Parks, Recreation & Open Space Plan (PROS) and Utility Comprehensive Plans (Water, Sewer and Storm & Surface Water). The key CFP update process steps are described in Resolution 1183 (2006) as follows: • A Capital Facilities Plan Process Committee (CFPPC) is created and it is made up of three City Council Members, one Planning Commission Member, one Parks & Recreation Board Member, City Manager and Finance Director. • A call for new projects is made to all City Boards and Commissions, the public, the City Council, and City staff. • Staff gathers expenditure and revenue data and assembles project requests. • Staff presents the resulting project requests to the City Manager, feedback is solicited. • A revenue forecast is drafted for CFP funding sources. • CFPPC reviews the project requests, establishes project priorities, identifies funding sources, and makes recommendations to the City Council. • City Council provides opportunity for public review and comment. • City Council adopts the CFP. In 2020, the pandemic had significant impacts on revenues and the City’s ability to fund projects in the current CFP. As a result, the call for new projects was temporarily suspended for the 2021-2027 update. In the 2021-2027 update, staff was tasked with: updating project timelines; reforecasting revenues; and, realigning the project schedule with the re-forecasted revenues/resources consistent with the prioritization criteria. The update did not significantly change the scope of the original CFP, but further refined the current project timelines and funding plans with consideration given to current economic conditions. Levy Funded Projects The passage by voters of Sound Transit 3 (ST3) will bring bus rapid transit (BRT) to Bothell’s downtown. Transit improvements that have been identified in the CFP include the SR 522, Stage 3 and 2B Improvements and the NE 185th St Transit-Oriented Street. The passage of the Safe Streets and Sidewalks levy include arterial street pavement overlays and several sidewalk projects. Funding from the levy has been leveraged to obtain grants to make the levy funding continue. The City Council approved including a bond measure to fund the rebuild of Downtown Fire Station 42 and Canyon Park Fire Station 45 at the current site locations. Voters approved the Public Safety Capital Bond for the construction of the City’s two fire stations. Financial Summary The 2021-2027 CFP contains 62 facility, park, transportation and utility projects along with debt service. It comprises secured funding capital funding sources of $453 million - $360 million is non- utility capital revenues and $93 million is utility capital revenues. Thirty-eight percent (38%) or $173 million of $453 million is funded by non-city resources such as grants, other agencies, mitigation fees and developer contributions. The 2021-2027 CFP continues to advance the community’s long-term capital vision by delivering both vitally needed and community desired capital infrastructure. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 28 of 210 Revenues Capital Facilities Revenue Capital Utility Revenue November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 29 of 210 1 Capital Facilities Revenue Fiscal strategies have historically been communicated in the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP); past strategies have served a number of purposes including to ensure allocated certain monies to specific uses, to hold financial reserves to support project cost overruns, and to set aside funding for strategic opportunities that may arise. Unfortunately, strains on CFP resources have made the achievement of these strategies difficult in the 2019-2020 biennium and it appears that the strategies are not achievable in the upcoming biennium. Several factors have contributed to this situation including the following: • The high and unpredictable cost of City owned property environmental cleanup; • Optimistic revenue forecasts that have not been realized; • Long term financial commitments made for recent projects (debt service); and • Revenue losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The following is a summary of the fiscal strategies that have been incorporated into past CFPs: • A minimum of 10 percent of projected revenues from Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) will be designated as Opportunity Funds; • $1 million REET Receipts are held in reserve; • Councilmanic General Obligation debt service should not exceed REET revenue estimates unless other secured funding is identified; and • A minimum of one half of one-time revenue transfers are allocated as follows: - 25 percent Park Improvements - 25 percent Pavement Improvements The above fiscal strategies have been suspended for this CFP update and indefinitely thereafter. The current fiscal strategies are to: • Ensure that funding is secured to complete projects that are currently underway or planned to begin in the near term, including cleanup of City owned properties; • Prioritize current and future projects with a majority of funding provided from outside of the City of Bothell; • Fund ongoing maintenance and operating costs associated with current and past projects; and, • Ensure revenue forecasts are realistic and plan for future economic cycles and unforeseeable events. Staff is preparing to discuss updated fiscal strategies with the CFP Committee and City Council at the next update, planned for 2022. The resulting fiscal strategies will continue to be communicated in the CFP document, but will also be incorporated into the next update of the February 2020 Comprehensive Financial Management Policies of the City. The objective of this Capital Facilities Plan process is to establish a funding plan that identifies and prioritizes the capital needs with available funding sources. FUNDING SOURCES The following funding sources are available for allocation to the capital projects: 1. Real Estate Excise Tax 2. General fund reserve transfer 3. One-time revenue transfers 4. Mitigation from: - Developers for streets & parks - Solid Waste Management street fee - Brightwater – general & transportation - King County Wastewater Storage Facility 5. Arterial street funds 6. Bonds 7. Public Works Trust Fund Loans 8. Grants 9. Other sources: - Contributions by others Description of funding sources along with the assumptions used to build potential financing scenarios. Real Estate Excise Tax Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is a tax levied on the sale of real estate as measured by the full selling price. The City of Bothell collects REET funds at 0.5 percent on real estate sales in Bothell. REET receipts are subject to variations due to volatility in the local housing market. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 30 of 210 2 Capital Facilities Revenue State law restricts REET 1 and REET 2, or the first and second quarter percent (.25%) of REET funds to the following uses: Planning, acquisition, construction, re-construction, repair, replacement, rehabilitation or improvement of: streets, roads, highways, sidewalks, street and road lighting systems, traffic signals, bridges, domestic water system and storm and sanitary sewer systems. Planning, construction, reconstruction, repair, rehabilitation or improvement of park and recreation facilities. State law allows REET 1, or the first quarter percent (.25%) to also be used for: Acquisition of parks and recreation facilities. Planning, acquisition, construction, reconstruction, repair, replacement, rehabilitation or improvement of: law enforcement or fire protection facilities, trails, libraries and administrative and judicial facilities. General Fund Reserve Transfer There are four categories of fund balance: restricted, committed, assigned, and unassigned. Restricted – Amounts reserved to specific purposes by their providers (such as grantors, bondholders and enabling legislation); Committed – Amounts reserved to specific purposes by a government itself, using its highest level of decision-making authority; Assigned – Amounts a government proposes to use for a specific purpose; intent can be expressed by the governing body or by an official or body to which the governing body delegates the authority; and Unassigned – Amounts that are available for any purpose; these amounts are reported only in the general fund. City Management strives to attain a minimum 24 percent, or 90 day, General Fund operating reserve. Adequate reserves help ensure that a municipality’s immediate operating and capital obligations can be met without compromising the City’s fiscal stability or impacting citizen services should unanticipated revenue shortfalls or expenditure outflow arise. Maintaining an operating reserve is vital to financial solvency because it protects against unanticipated revenue shortfalls and/ or expenditure obligations. When spending down operating reserves is necessary, City Management develops and implements a well-defined plan to replenish reserves. One-Time Revenue Transfers One-time revenues are non-reoccurring revenue received by the City. The City’s Comprehensive Financial Management Policies recommend that one-time revenues be used for one-time expenditures; capital expenditures would be a use consistent with the policy.. Mitigation Transportation, Fire & Parks: The City receives revenues from developers to mitigate impacts on transportation, fire and park systems. These funding sources have restrictions on how the funds are expended. Solid Waste Management: This administration fee is part of the City’s solid waste collection contract with Recology. All receipts are dedicated to street overlay projects. Brightwater – General and Transportation: The City of Bothell received monies from King County to mitigate the effects of the new Brightwater wastewater treatment facility. The City also received monies for traffic mitigation. These funds are restricted for capital projects, which includes NE 195th Sewer Main Replacement. King County Wastewater Storage Facility: These funds are restricted to projects at the North Creek sports complex, which includes 1st Lt. Nicholas Madrazo Memorial Park. Arterial Street Funds In 2006, the City began receiving its portion of the State’s 9.5 cent gas tax. This tax increase was approved by the voters in 2005. Revenue receipts are restricted for uses supporting the City’s transportation system. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 31 of 210 3 Capital Facilities Revenue Bonds Bond revenue is available to finance capital projects through two sources: general obligation bonds and revenue bonds. General obligation bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the issuing local government. General obligation bonds are either non-voted (Councilmanic) or voter-approved. Under Washington State law, general government debt is restricted to 2.5 percent of a jurisdiction’s taxable assessed value of property for general purpose bonds. In 2020, this equates to nearly $285 million. Of this amount, $114 million may be in the form of Councilmanic bonds. Councilmanic bonds are authorized by the jurisdiction’s legislative body without the need for voter approval. Revenue bonds are secured by a specific revenue source, most commonly a user fee or charge for service and therefore do not require voter approval. This type of bond is generally associated with utilities funds. In November 2018, voters approved a public safety capital ballot measure. Proposition 2 is a 20- year $35.5 million bond measure to fund replacement of two city-owned fire stations. 63-20 Lease Financing A 63-20 financing strategy is an alternative development approach that negotiates the liability for project financing, development and/or operational responsibility to a nonprofit issuer. 63-20 financing offers a municipality the opportunity to combine tax-exempt financing with a private development approach to a public project, which ultimately results in a lease or use agreement between the nonprofit issuer and the governmental entity, while the terms of the development agreement remain between the nonprofit issuer and the developer. Public Works Trust Fund Loans State of Washington’s Public Works Board has in the past provided low interest loans (0.25 percent to 2.55 percent) to local governments to finance public infrastructure improvements. These loans are provided under the Public Works Trust Fund Program and offer lower than market rates payable over periods ranging to a maximum of 20 years. Grants The City pursues federal, state and local grants to help finance City projects. Historically, the City has been very successful obtaining grants, especially for transportation projects. Grant funding included in the Plan has either been approved by the grantor or has been deemed likely to be received by staff as required by the Comprehensive Financial Management Policies. Other Sources Other revenue sources include a variety of known or reasonably expected one-time funding sources. Contributions by others: The City often partners with other jurisdictions such as King County, Snohomish County, Sound Transit, etc., to fund projects that benefit the citizens of Bothell. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 32 of 210 4 Capital Utility Revenue The City operates three utility enterprise funds (water, sewer, and storm & surface water). The revenues and expenditures for each of the three utilities are accounted for independently. As part of the biennial budget, an evaluation of appropriate reserve levels and determination of an equitable breakdown of existing reserves between operating and capital funds is completed. The purpose of setting aside capital funds is to provide for necessary future capital improvements. The utilities accumulate funds over time for scheduled capital improvement projects and to provide a contingency for unexpected capital needs. Prudent utility fiscal management requires responsible management of utility reserves and the establishment of a sound reserve policy. Operating contingency reserves reduce the unknown economic risk factor associated with long-term financial planning. In accordance with the fiscal policies adopted in the 2019-2025 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) and the February 2020 Comprehensive Financial Management Policies, the following financial strategies were utilized in the 2021-2027 CFP for all three City utilities: • Sixty day or 16 percent operating reserves should be maintained in the Water Utility Fund. • Sixty day or 16 percent operating reserves should be maintained in the Sewer Utility Fund. • One hundred twenty day or 32 percent operating reserves should be maintained in the Storm & Surface Water Utility Fund. • Capital reserves amounting to 2 percent of the asset replacement (value of the utility’s infrastructure) should be maintained in each utility fund to provide for unexpected major repairs. • Capital reserves amounting to 10 percent of average annual capital improvement projects should be maintained in each utility fund to protect against unanticipated increases in project costs. The following chart presents reserve set aside for each Utility Fund: FUNDING SOURCES The objective of this Utility Capital Facilities Plan process is the same as identified in the Capital Projects Fund. This Plan identifies and prioritizes capital needs with available funding sources for each of the City’s utilities. The following funding sources are available for allocation towards the capital projects identified later in this section: • Customer user fees • Interest earnings • Facility charges/connection fees • Mitigation fees from new street projects • Revenue bonds • Public Works Trust Fund loans • Interfund loans • Grants Funding sources, along with the assumptions used to build potential financing scenarios, are described below. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 33 of 210 5 Capital Utility Revenue Utility Customer User Fees/Utility Bills The City’s utility enterprise funds are 100 percent user funded. This includes the funding of the utilities’ infrastructure, as well as replacement. Funds set aside to fund future replacement expenditures should be designated in the fund balance. The portion of the user fees allocated towards asset replacement should increase annually to include anticipated increases in utility construction costs. Interest Earnings from Unallocated Funds The interest earned from utility fund balances should be dedicated for utility fund capital projects. Facility Charges/Connection Fees Similar to parks and transportation mitigation fees, the water, sewer, storm & surface water utilities collect connection fees, sometimes also referred to as facility charges, from new customers when they request to be connected to the system. Connection fees are determined as a percentage of the capital infrastructure owned by the utility. Based on future development projections, the water, sewer, storm & surface water utility systems combined are expected to collect an estimated $3,002,026 in Water, $2,410,819 in Sewer, and $3,687,252 in Storm & Surface Water connection fee revenues during the seven-year Capital Facilities Planning period (total utility connection fee revenues = $9,100,097). Revenue Bonds Revenue bonds are secured by a specific revenue source, usually a user fee or charge for service and therefore do not require voter approval. This type of bond is generally associated with utilities funds. Public Works Trust Fund Loans State of Washington’s Public Works Board and Snohomish County provide low interest loans (0.25 percent to 2.55 percent) to local governments to finance public infrastructure improvements. These loans are provided under the Public Works Trust Fund Program and offer lower than market rates payable over periods ranging to a maximum of 20 years. Interfund Loans Interfund loans from other City Funds may be utilized for three year periods to inexpensively finance utility capital projects. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 34 of 210 Capital Debt Services November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 35 of 210 Capital Debt Services 1<< Table of Contents D1 - Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) Bond Debt Service D2 - City Hall Lease D4 - Public Works Trust Fund Debt Service (Bothell Crossroads - T6) D6 - Public Works Trust Fund Debt Service (Horse Creek Improvements - SW11) D7 - 2013 A & B Bond Debt Service D8 - Utility Revenue Bond Debt Service D9 - Public Safety Capital Bond Debt Service November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 36 of 210 Capital Debt Services 2 Estimated Costs & Funding Source Summary of Capital Debt Services DDoollllaarrss iinn TThh oouu ssaann ddss ((000000)) 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22002233 22 00 22 44 22 00 22 55 22 00 2266 22 00 22 77 DD11 LLooccaall IInn ff rraass ttrruu ccttuu rree FF iinn aann cciinn gg TTooooll BBoonn dd DDee bbtt SS ee rrvviiccee $$11 22 ,,662266 $$11 ,,99 99 66 $$11 ,,99 9999 $$11 ,,99 99 66 $$11 ,,999966 $$11,,99 99 44 $$11 ,,99 99 44 $$11 ,,999944 $$11 33 ,,99 66 99 $$22 66 ,,55 99 55 Other Resources 848 0 848 State LIFT Award 7,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 7,000 14,000 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 4,778 996 999 996 996 994 994 994 6,969 11,747 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$11 22 ,,662266 $$11 ,,99 99 66 $$11 ,,99 9999 $$11 ,,99 99 66 $$11 ,,999966 $$11,,99 99 44 $$11 ,,99 99 44 $$11 ,,999944 $$11 33 ,,99 66 99 $$22 66 ,,55 99 55 DD22 CCiittyy HHaallll LLee aass ee $$11 88 ,,770077 $$33 ,,33 22 33 $$33 ,,33 2288 $$33 ,,33 22 44 $$33 ,,332255 $$33,,33 22 88 $$33 ,,33 22 66 $$33 ,,332244 $$22 33 ,,22 77 88 $$44 11 ,,99 88 55 Real Estate Excise Tax 1st Qtr.8,439 1,884 1,889 2,385 2,386 2,389 2,387 2,885 16,205 24,644 Bonds/Loans 2,213 0 2,213 Other Resources 7,176 1,000 1,000 500 500 500 500 4,000 11,176 Utility Costs Share 879 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 3,073 3,952 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$11 88 ,,770077 $$33 ,,33 22 33 $$33 ,,33 2288 $$33 ,,33 22 44 $$33 ,,332255 $$33,,33 22 88 $$33 ,,33 22 66 $$33 ,,332244 $$22 33 ,,22 77 88 $$44 11 ,,99 88 55 DD44 PPuu bblliicc WWoorrkkss TTrruu ss tt FFuunndd DDee bbtt SS ee rrvviiccee ((CCrrooss ss rrooaaddss -- TT66 ))$$33,,22 11 44 $$445599 $$44 55 88 $$44 55 77 $$44 55 66 $$44 55 55 $$445544 $$44 55 33 $$33,,11 99 22 $$66 ,,440066 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 3,214 459 458 457 456 455 454 453 3,192 6,406 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$33,,22 11 44 $$445599 $$44 55 88 $$44 55 77 $$44 55 66 $$44 55 55 $$445544 $$44 55 33 $$33,,11 99 22 $$66 ,,440066 DD66 PPuu bblliicc WWoorrkkss TTrruu ss tt FFuunndd DDee bbtt SS ee rrvviiccee ((HHoorrss ee CC rree ee kk -- SS WW1111))$$22 66 55 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$4466 $$44 66 $$44 66 $$33 22 66 $$55 99 11 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 265 47 47 47 47 46 46 46 326 591 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$22 66 55 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$44 77 $$4466 $$44 66 $$44 66 $$33 22 66 $$55 99 11 DD77 22 00 11 33 AA && BB BBoonn dd DDeebbtt SSee rrvviiccee $$55,,11 77 66 $$669966 $$66 99 88 $$66 99 55 $$66 99 77 $$66 99 88 $$669999 $$66 99 99 $$44,,88 88 22 $$11 00 ,,00 55 88 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.2,622 328 328 327 328 328 329 329 2,297 4,919 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 2,554 368 370 368 369 370 370 370 2,585 5,139 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$55,,11 77 66 $$669966 $$66 99 88 $$66 99 55 $$66 99 77 $$66 99 88 $$669999 $$66 99 99 $$44,,88 88 22 $$11 00 ,,00 55 88 DD88 UUttiilliittyy RRee vvee nn uu ee BBoonn dd DDeebbtt SS ee rrvviiccee $$77,,88 44 33 $$11 ,,33 11 11 $$11 ,,33 0099 $$11 ,,33 00 77 $$11 ,,330099 $$11,,33 11 00 $$11 ,,33 11 22 $$11 ,,331100 $$99,,11 66 88 $$11 77 ,,00 11 11 Utilities - Sewer 751 125 127 123 124 124 125 122 870 1,621 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 5,424 909 908 909 909 909 910 912 6,366 11,790 Utilities - Water 1,668 277 274 275 276 277 277 276 1,932 3,600 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$77,,88 44 33 $$11 ,,33 11 11 $$11 ,,33 0099 $$11 ,,33 00 77 $$11 ,,330099 $$11,,33 11 00 $$11 ,,33 11 22 $$11 ,,331100 $$99,,11 66 88 $$11 77 ,,00 11 11 DD99 PPuu bblliicc SSaaff ee ttyy CCaappiittaall BBoonndd FF uu nn dd DDee bbtt SS ee rrvviiccee ((FF iirree SS ttaattiioonnss 4422 && 44 55 -- FF 33 ))$$22,,00 99 22 $$11 ,,66 22 77 $$11 ,,66 2288 $$11 ,,66 22 77 $$11 ,,662299 $$11,,66 22 99 $$11 ,,66 22 66 $$11 ,,662277 $$11 11 ,,33 99 33 $$11 33 ,,44 88 55 Public Safety Levy (Property Taxes)2,092 1,627 1,628 1,627 1,629 1,629 1,626 1,627 11,393 13,485 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FFuunn ddiinngg $$22,,00 99 22 $$11 ,,66 22 77 $$11 ,,66 2288 $$11 ,,66 22 77 $$11 ,,662299 $$11,,66 22 99 $$11 ,,66 22 66 $$11 ,,662277 $$11 11 ,,33 99 33 $$11 33 ,,44 88 55 $$4499,,992233 $$99,,44 5599 $$99,,446677 $$99 ,,44 55 33 $$99,,445599 $$99 ,,446600 $$99,,44 55 77 $$99,,445533 $$6666,,22 0088 $$111166,,113311 49,923 9,459 9,467 9,453 9,459 9,460 9,457 9,453 66,208 116,131 $$4499,,992233 $$99,,44 5599 $$99,,446677 $$99 ,,44 55 33 $$99,,445599 $$99 ,,446600 $$99,,44 55 77 $$99,,445533 $$6666,,22 0088 $$111166,,113311TTOOTTAALL DD EEBB TT SSEERRVVIICCEE EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD FF UUNNDD II NNGG SSOO UURRCCEESS CC FF PP NNoo..CCFF PP PPrroojjee cctt NNaammee PPrroojjeeccttee dd ttoo 2200 22 00 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaatteedd 22 00 22 11 --22 002277 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjee cctt FF uu nn ddiinn gg TThh rruu 22 00 22 77 TTOO TTAALL DD EEBB TT SSEERRVVIICCEE EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg BBuu ddggee tteedd EEss ttiimmaattee dd November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 37 of 210 3 Capital Debt Services D1 - Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) Bond Debt Service DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: In 2006, through a competitive statewide process, the City of Bothell successfully applied for and was awarded State Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) program funding for the City's Crossroads (SR 522 realignment) project. The City was awarded a future rebate of state property and sales taxes up to $1 million per year for a maximum of 25 years. The rebate of State property and sales taxes is allocated to the City by the Department of Revenue (DOR) based on the State's portion of tax collected from within the City's designated Revenue Development Area (RDA). The rebated tax monies are restricted to debt service payments associated with capital infrastructure investments made in the RDA that were financed by General Obligation Bonds. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Due to the large capital outlay associated with meeting the City's LIFT debt service payments, staff includes funding for the LIFT GO Bond debt service in the City's Capital Facilities Plan (CFP). FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: The City's debt obligation is presented in the proceeding worksheet. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Debt service payments through 2039 are allocated in the City's biennial budget and CFP. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: In January 2014, the City issued $30 million in LIFT bonds. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: No longer applicable. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The State Department of Revenue has concluded that the City has met all obligations pertaining to LIFT Legislation and is due an annual $1 million state tax rebate beginning in 2014 and ending upon maturity of the LIFT Bonds. LIFT debt payments are anticipated to span 25 years beginning in 2014. DD oollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 LIFT GO Bond Debt Service 12,626 1,996 1,999 1,996 1,996 1,994 1,994 1,994 13,969 26,595 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$1122,,662266 $$11,,999966 $$11,,999999 $$11,,9999 66 $$11 ,,999966 $$11,,999944 $$11,,999944 $$11,,999944 $$1133,,996699 $$2266,,559955 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Other Resources)848 0 848 Capital Improvement Fund (State LIFT Award)7,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 7,000 14,000 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)4,778 996 999 996 996 994 994 994 6,969 11,747 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$1122,,662266 $$11,,999966 $$11,,999999 $$11,,9999 66 $$11 ,,999966 $$11,,999944 $$11,,999944 $$11,,999944 $$1133,,996699 $$2266,,559955 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 SSee ccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 12,626 1,996 1,999 1,996 1,996 1,994 1,994 1,994 13,969 26,595 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 12,626 1,996 1,999 1,996 1,996 1,994 1,994 1,994 13,969 26,595 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//33 11//22002200 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjee cctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 38 of 210 4 Capital Debt Services D2 - City Hall Lease DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: City Hall was constructed in the 1930s and remodeled numerous times since to accommodate service delivery and staffing needs. In 1996, the Public Works and Community Development Departments were moved to the Dawson Building, thereby splitting non-public safety City services into two locations. In 2006, City services were further fractured when the Facilities and Recreation staff were relocated off-site to accommodate staff growth in other service delivery areas. Three options were studied to site the new City Hall: purchase and remodel the Northshore School District's Anderson Building complex and sell the current City Hall and Dawson buildings; construct a new City Hall and Council Chambers on the current City Hall site; or build a City Hall and Council Chambers on the Beta Bothell commercial site and sell the current City Hall and Dawson buildings. In January 2009, after extensive analysis and a considerable amount of public input, the Bothell City Council selected the existing City Hall site for the new City Hall building. PPhhaassee 11:: This phase consists of activities to prepare the site for future construction (Phase 2) and was completed in 2014. Specifically, this phase relocated onsite private utilities and established temporary and new power facilities, removed five buildings and established temporary employee parking. PPhhaassee 22:: This phase includes actual construction of a new City Hall building. Phase 2 entails a developer agreement to construct the facility and associated parking under a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) scenario. The Council authorized construction of Phase 2 in June 2014. Construction was substantially completed in mid- October 2015. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Providing City services from multiple locations is not conducive to efficient business practices and effective service delivery, nor is multiple business locations convenient for those who the City provides services to. In addition, City Hall and the Dawson Building are both operating beyond full capacity and if not replaced, will require major maintenance renovations over the next 10 years. FFUUTTUURREE CCAAPPIITTAALL LLEEAASSEE CCOOSSTTSS:: As outlined in Council's City Hall Ordinance (2150) that was adopted June 3, 2014, the annual City Hall lease payment would be based on a 30 year financing period and was not to exceed $3.3 million. The actual City Hall lease payment is based on a 25 year financing period, which begins in 2016 at $3 million and trends upward to $3.3 million in 2039. The impact of the strong credit rating Standards & Poor's assigned to the bond issue allowed the City to decrease the term of the financing period, as well as the overall financing costs while still keeping the lease payment well under the original annual estimate ($3.3 million). TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: No longer applicable. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: No longer applicable. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Construction for City Hall Phase 2 was completed in mid-October 2015. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Construction City Hall Phase 2 was completed in mid-October 2015 under a 63-20 developer-lease option with debt service payments over a 25 year period that began in 2016. DD ooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Lease Payments 18,707 3,323 3,328 3,324 3,325 3,328 3,326 3,324 23,278 41,985 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$1188,,770077 $$33,,332233 $$33,,332288 $$33,,332244 $$33,,332255 $$33,,332288 $$33,,332266 $$33,,332244 $$2233,,227788 $$4411,,998855 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 1st Qtr.)8,439 1,884 1,889 2,385 2,386 2,389 2,387 2,885 16,205 24,644 Annexation Allocation 1,000 0 1,000 Design Credit 2,213 0 2,213 Unspent Capitalized Interest & Contingency *6,176 0 6,176 General Fund Principal Payment 1,000 1,000 500 500 500 500 4,000 4,000 Water Lease Payment Share 163 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 567 730 Sewer Lease Payment Share 155 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 546 701 Storm Lease Payment Share 508 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 1,778 2,286 Public Safety Levy Lease Payment Share 53 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 182 235 TTOO TTAALL SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$1188,,770077 $$33,,332233 $$33,,332288 $$33,,332244 $$33,,332255 $$33,,332288 $$33,,332266 $$33,,332244 $$2233,,227788 $$4411,,998855 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SS eeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 18,707 3,323 3,328 3,324 3,325 3,328 3,326 3,324 23,278 41,985 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 18,707 3,323 3,328 3,324 3,325 3,328 3,326 3,324 23,278 41,985 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 * These monies can only be applied to City Hall Lease principal. PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311 //22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd BB uuddggeetteedd TToott aall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SS ppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SS ppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FF UUNNDDIINNGG November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 39 of 210 5 Capital Debt Services D4 - Public Works Trust Fund Debt Service (Bothell Crossroads - T6) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The State Public Works Board (PWB) provides low interest construction loans to local government to meet vital capital infrastructure needs. Interest rates range from 0.25% to 2.55% and are linked to the repayment period, which ranges from 10 to 30 years. Bothell applied for and received an $8 million Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF) loan. This financing opportunity provided the means necessary to fund construction of the City's Bothell Crossroads project that facilitates the redevelopment of the community's historic downtown area. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Realignment of SR 522 addresses local and regional traffic concerns while creating two to three new city blocks to generate future economic redevelopment. This project was originally identified via a Citizen Advisory Group (CAG) as a solution to address traffic congestion, enhance the City's historic downtown, and facilitate transit operations. In 2006, through a competitive statewide process, the City of Bothell successfully applied for and was awarded State Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) program funding for the City's Crossroads (SR 522 realignment) project. The City was awarded a future rebate of state sales tax amounting to $1 million per year for 25 years. The rebate of state sales tax is allocated to the City by the Department of Revenue (DOR) based on the State's portion of tax collected from within the City's designated Revenue Development Area (RDA). The rebated tax monies are restricted to debt service payments associated with capital infrastructure investments made in the RDA that were financed by General Obligation Bonds. The City received a state appropriation via the Washington State Department of Community, Trade, and Economic Development, a Washington Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) grant, and funds from the Washington State Department of Transportation. FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: Debt service payments are allocated in the City's biennial budget and Capital Facilities Plan (CFP). TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Construction for Bothell Crossroads was completed in June 2014. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Construction for Bothell Crossroads was completed in June 2014. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Debt service payments are allocated in the City's biennial budget and CFP. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The $8 million PWTF loan was awarded in 2011. Debt service payments commenced in 2013 and will be allocated over a 20 year period. The interest rate is 0.25%. DD ooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 PW Trust Loan Debt Service 3,214 459 458 457 456 455 454 453 3,192 6,406 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$33,,221144 $$4455 99 $$4455 88 $$4455 77 $$4455 66 $$4455 55 $$4455 44 $$4455 33 $$33 ,,1199 22 $$66,,440066 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)3,214 459 458 457 456 455 454 453 3,192 6,406 TTOO TTAALL SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$33,,221144 $$4455 99 $$4455 88 $$4455 77 $$4455 66 $$4455 55 $$4455 44 $$4455 33 $$33 ,,1199 22 $$66,,440066 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SS eeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 3,214 459 458 457 456 455 454 453 3,192 6,406 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 3,214 459 458 457 456 455 454 453 3,192 6,406 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311 //22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd BB uuddggeetteedd TToott aall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SS ppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SS ppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FF UUNNDDIINNGG November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 40 of 210 6 Capital Debt Services D6 - Public Works Trust Fund Debt Service (Horse Creek Improvements - SW11) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The State Public Works Board (PWB) provides low interest construction loans to local government to fund vital capital infrastructure needs. Interest rates range from 0.25% to 2.55% and are linked to the repayment period, which ranges from 10 to 30 years. Bothell applied for and received an $800,000 Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF) loan. This financing opportunity provided the means necessary to fund construction of the City's Horse Creek Improvements project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The existing Horse Creek pipe through downtown cannot adequately pass large storm event flows. This puts downtown properties at risk for flooding. With downtown redevelopment imminent, it is critical to improve the capacity and reliability of Horse Creek. This project will protect existing and future downtown investments. The location of the existing pipe also impedes redevelopment of key downtown properties, which this project will remedy. FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: Debt service payments are allocated from the City's Storm & Surface Water Utility Fund. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project needs to move forward in a manner that supports the redevelopment in the downtown. This ensures that adequate coordination takes place and impacts are minimized to newly opened facilities. This project emancipates City-owned surplus properties for future sale. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This storm and surface water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project's construction phase is not authorized to commence until all funding sources are identified, secured and appropriated. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The $800,000 PWTF loan was awarded in 2012. Debt service payments commenced in 2014 and will be allocated over a 20 year period. The interest rate is 0.25%. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 PW Trust Loan Debt Service 265 47 47 47 47 46 46 46 326 591 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$226655 $$4477 $$4477 $$4477 $$4477 $$4466 $$4466 $$4466 $$332266 $$559911 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 265 47 47 47 47 46 46 46 326 591 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$226655 $$4477 $$4477 $$4477 $$4477 $$4466 $$4466 $$4466 $$332266 $$559911 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 265 47 47 47 47 46 46 46 326 591 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 265 47 47 47 47 46 46 46 326 591 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 41 of 210 7 Capital Debt Services D7 - 2013 A & B Bond Debt Service DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Bank Qualified (BQ) Bonds were used to provide longer-term financing for the final two Northshore School District (NSD) properties and Multiway Boulevard Phase 1 project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Securing 20-year bank qualified (BQ), General Obligation (GO) Bonds sufficient to generate $10 million in proceeds to provide long term financing for the last two NSD properties and to fund construction of the Multiway Boulevard Phase 1 project. FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: Debt service payments through 2033 are allocated in the City's biennial budget and CFP. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Not applicable. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Not applicable. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Not applicable. SSTTAATTUUSS:: In May 2013, the City issued $10 million in BQ bonds that mature in 2033. DD oollll aarrss ii nn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000)) 220022 11 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 2013 A Bond (Taxable) Debt Service 1,597 0 1,597 2013 B Bond (Tax-Exempt) Debt Service 3,579 696 698 695 697 698 699 699 4,882 8,461 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$55,,117766 $$669966 $$66 9988 $$669955 $$669977 $$669988 $$669999 $$66 9999 $$44,,888822 $$1100,,00 5588 220022 11 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)2,622 328 328 327 328 328 329 329 2,297 4,919 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)2,554 368 370 368 369 370 370 370 2,585 5,139 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$55,,117766 $$669966 $$669988 $$669955 $$6699 77 $$669988 $$669999 $$669999 $$44,,888822 $$1100,,00 5588 220022 11 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 5,176 696 698 695 697 698 699 699 4,882 10,058 EEsstt iimmaatt ee dd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 5,176 696 698 695 697 698 699 699 4,882 10,058 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 EEssttiimm aatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEsstt iimmaatt ee dd EEssttiimm aatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoosstt ss TThhrruu 22 002277 BB uuddggeetteedd TToott aall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEsstt iimmaatt ee dd BB uuddggeetteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311 //22002200 EEsstt iimmaatt ee dd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22 002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 42 of 210 8 Capital Debt Services D8 - Utility Revenue Bond Debt Service DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Utility revenue bonds are issued to finance various large utility capital projects such as: Lift Station 3 Improvements, Promontory Hillside Sewer Main Replacement, Penn Park Reservoir Replacement, Horse Creek Improvements, and Downtown Revitalization Utility Improvements (96th Ave, 98th Ave, 101st Ave, 180th St, and 182nd St, Main Street Enhancement and Multiway Boulevard Phase 2) projects. The associated annual debt service payments are to be paid from user fee revenues. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The 20-year utility revenue bonds sufficient to provide long-term financing for utility capital projects listed above. FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: Debt service payments are allocated from the City's Sewer, Storm & Surface Water, and Water Funds. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The utility capital projects listed above need to move forward in a manner that supports the redevelopment in the downtown. This ensures that adequate coordination takes place and impacts are minimized to newly opened facilities. Timely completion of these utility capital projects is necessary to support the downtown redevelopment schedule. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Not applicable. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Not applicable. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Utility revenue bonds were issued in October 2014. Debt services payments commenced in 2014 and will be allocated over a 20 year period. DD oollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Utility Revenue Bond Debt Service 7,843 1,311 1,309 1,307 1,309 1,310 1,312 1,310 9,168 17,011 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$77,,884433 $$11,,331111 $$11,,330099 $$11,,3300 77 $$11 ,,330099 $$11,,331100 $$11,,331122 $$11,,331100 $$99,,116688 $$1177,,001111 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Sewer 751 125 127 123 124 124 125 122 870 1,621 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 5,424 909 908 909 909 909 910 912 6,366 11,790 Utilities - Water 1,668 277 274 275 276 277 277 276 1,932 3,600 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$77,,884433 $$11,,331111 $$11,,330099 $$11,,3300 77 $$11 ,,330099 $$11,,331100 $$11,,331122 $$11,,331100 $$99,,116688 $$1177,,001111 22002211 22002222 22002233 22 002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 SSee ccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 7,843 1,311 1,309 1,307 1,309 1,310 1,312 1,310 9,168 17,011 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 7,843 1,311 1,309 1,307 1,309 1,310 1,312 1,310 9,168 17,011 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjee cctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//33 11//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 43 of 210 9 Capital Debt Services D9 - Public Safety Capital Bond Debt Service DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: In 2018, a third-party Facilities Analysis on Space Needs and Budgeting study was prepared for Bothell Fire Stations. The study’s purpose was to define operational space needs, provide conceptual facility and site planning at existing and potential new locations, and identify order of magnitude budget estimates. The analysis included the rebuild of Downtown Fire Station 42 and Canyon Park Fire Station 45 at the current site locations. The Bothell City Council approved including a bond measure to fund the rebuild of Station 42 and 45 on the November 2018 election ballot. On November 8, 2018, voters approved the Public Safety Capital Bond to fund construction of the City’s two fire stations. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The 20 year Public Safety Capital Bonds sufficient to provide long-term financing for the rebuild of Station 42 and 45. FFUUTTUURREE DDEEBBTT SSEERRVVIICCEE CCOOSSTTSS:: The City's debt obligation is presented in the proceeding worksheet. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Debt service payments through 2039 are allocated in the City's biennial budget and CFP. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: In December 2019, the City issued $25.5 million in public safety capital bonds. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: No longer applicable. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Public Safety Capital bonds were issued in December 2019. Debt services payments commenced in 2020 and will be allocated over a 20 year period. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Public Safety Bond Debt Service 2,092 1,627 1,628 1,627 1,629 1,629 1,626 1,627 11,393 13,485 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$22,,009922 $$11,,662277 $$11,,6622 88 $$11,,66 2277 $$11,,662299 $$11,,662299 $$11,,662266 $$11,,662277 $$1111,,3399 33 $$1133,,44 8855 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Public Safety Levy 2,092 1,627 1,628 1,627 1,629 1,629 1,626 1,627 11,393 13,485 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$22,,009922 $$11,,662277 $$11,,6622 88 $$11,,66 2277 $$11,,662299 $$11,,662299 $$11,,662266 $$11,,662277 $$1111,,3399 33 $$1133,,44 8855 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 2,092 1,627 1,628 1,627 1,629 1,629 1,626 1,627 11,393 13,485 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 2,092 1,627 1,628 1,627 1,629 1,629 1,626 1,627 11,393 13,485 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 44 of 210 Facility Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 45 of 210 Facility Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents F3 - Replacement of Fire Stations 42 & 45 F4 - Shop 1 Building Replacement November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 46 of 210 Facility Capital Projects 2 DDoollllaarrss iinn TT hh oouu ss aann ddss ((00 00 00 )) 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22 00 22 33 22 00 22 44 22 00 22 55 22 00 22 66 22 00 22 77 FF 33 RRee ppllaaccee mmee nn tt ooff FF iirree SS ttaattiioonn ss 44 22 && 44 55 $$44 ,,11 99 77 $$22 11 ,,77 44 55 $$99 ,,66 00 33 $$33 11 ,,33 44 88 $$33 55 ,,55 44 55 Voter-Approved Public Safety Capital Bond 4,197 21,084 21,084 25,281 Utility Costs Share 45 45 45 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$44 ,,11 99 77 $$22 11 ,,11 22 99 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22 11 ,,11 22 99 $$22 55 ,,33 22 66 TToottaall UUnn ss ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$66 11 66 $$99 ,,66 00 33 $$11 00 ,,22 11 99 $$11 00 ,,22 11 99 F4 SS hh oopp 11 BBuu iillddiinn gg RRee ppllaaccee mmee nn tt $$77 55 $$66 22 55 $$77 00 00 $$22 ,,66 77 55 $$44 ,,00 00 00 $$44 ,,00 77 55 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.7 21 21 28 Other Agency (WSDOT)50 625 700 2,600 3,925 3,975 Utility Costs Share 18 54 54 72 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$77 55 $$66 22 55 $$77 00 00 $$22 ,,66 77 55 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44 ,,00 00 00 $$44 ,,00 77 55 $$44,,22 7722 $$22 22 ,,33 77 00 $$11 00,,33 0033 $$22,,66 7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3355 ,,3344 88 $$33 99,,66 2200 4,272 21,754 700 2,675 0 0 0 0 25,129 29,401 0 616 9,603 0 0 0 0 0 10,219 10,219 $$44,,22 7722 $$22 22 ,,33 77 00 $$11 00,,33 0033 $$22,,66 7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3355 ,,3344 88 $$33 99,,66 2200TTOOTTAALL FF AACCII LLIITTYY CCAAPPIITTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESS TTII MMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG SS OO UURRCCEESS CC FF PP NNoo..CC FF PP PPrroojjee cctt NNaammee PPrroojjee ccttee dd ttoo 22 00 22 00 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaattee dd 22 00 22 11 --22 00 22 77 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjee cctt FF uu nn ddiinn gg TT hh rruu 22 00 22 77 TTOO TTAALL FF AACCIILLIITTYY CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT EESSTTII MMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS SS ee ccuurr eedd FFuu nnddii nngg UUnnssee ccuu rr eedd FF uu nn ddii nn gg BBuu ddggee ttee dd EEss ttiimmaattee dd Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Facility Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 47 of 210 3-<< map Facility Capital Projects F3 - Replacement of Fire Stations 42 & 45 DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Fire Station 42 (Downtown)2,127 10,493 3,355 13,848 15,975 Fire Station 45 (Canyon Park)2,070 11,252 6,248 17,500 19,570 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$44,,119977 $$2211,,774455 $$99,,660033 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3311,,334488 $$3355,,554455 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Voter-Approved Public Safety Capital Bond #1 4,197 21,084 21,084 25,281 General Fund - Street Share 16 16 16 Utilities - Sewer Share 8 8 8 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water Share 13 13 13 Utilities - Water Share 8 8 8 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$44,,119977 $$2211,,112299 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$2211,,112299 $$2255,,332266 Voter-Approved Public Safety Capital Bond #2 (to be issued 2021) 616 9,603 10,219 10,219 TTOO TTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$661166 $$99,,660033 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1100,,221199 $$1100,,221199 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$44,,119977 $$2211,,774455 $$99,,660033 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3311,,334488 $$3355,,554455 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 4,197 21,129 0 0 0 0 0 0 21,129 25,326 UUnnsseeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg::0 616 9,603 0 0 0 0 0 10,219 10,219 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 4,197 21,745 9,603 0 0 0 0 0 31,348 35,545 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 390 402 414 426 439 452 466 $$339900 $$440022 $$441144 $$442266 $$443399 $$445522 $$446666 TToottaall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 GGeenneerraall FFuunndd -- FFaacciillii ttiieess 2,989Dollars include 1 FTE starting in 2019 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DD oollll aarrss iinnccll uuddee 11 FFTTEE ssttaarrttii nngg iinn 22001199 TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$22,,998899 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: In 2018, a third-party Facilities Analysis on Space Needs and Budgeting study was prepared for Bothell Fire Stations. The study’s purpose was to define operational space needs, provide conceptual facility and site planning at existing and potential new locations, and identify order of magnitude budget estimates. The analysis included the rebuild of Downtown Fire Station 42 and Canyon Park Fire Station 45 at the current site locations. The Bothell City Council approved including a bond measure to fund the rebuild of Station 42 and 45 on the November 2018 election ballot. On November 8, 2018, voters approved the Public Safety Capital Bond to fund construction of the City’s two fire stations. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Currently, Downtown Fire Station 42 that was built in 1980 (39 years old) and Canyon Park Fire Station 45 that was built in 1985 (33 years old) are both outdated. Public Safety Capital Bonds fund the complete rebuild of two fire stations including safety upgrades, technical modernization and energy efficiency to accommodate current and future growth. The new facilities will bring safety requirements into compliance, including installing sprinklers; improve decontamination area for firefighter health and safety; provide industry-standard separate sleeping quarters for male and female firefighters; and also provide space for on-site training and parking and accommodates future staffing needs. Canyon Park Fire Station 45 will house new Police satellite office at the Canyon Park fire station for police officers to better serve North Bothell residents. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Future maintenance and operating (M & O) costs will be determined based on final design and incorporated into the operating budget at that time. The Safe and Secure Levy included a Building Maintenance position to assist the Facilities Division with added maintenance responsibilities associated with the new stations. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design work for both Stations began in 2019. The goals are construction of Station 45 to begin in summer 2021 and completion of Station 45 by early 2022 and Station 42 by late 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project was voter-approved capital bond for design and construction. The City issued bonds to accommodate the design and construction schedules in fall 2019. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project was voter-approved capital bond for design and construction. The City issued bonds to accommodate the design and construction schedules in fall 2019. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 48 of 210 4 -<< map Facility Capital Projects F4 - Shop 1 Building Replacement DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Demolition and rebuild of a new Bothell Public Works (PW) Shop 1, including all necessary site work and utility work. PW Shop 1 is anticipated to include large equipment bays, restroom, break area and relocation of the existing back-up electric generator. The current shop is approximately 6,650 square feet in size and is located at 17555 120th Ave NE, Bothell, WA, 98011. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), with its planned I405 Express Toll Lane project, proposes to impact the existing PW Shop 1 building and require its demolition. To mitigate this, WSDOT has agreed to fund the demolition and replacement of a new, comparable shop. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Future maintenance and operating (M & O) costs will be determined based on final design and incorporated into the operating budget at that time. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The demolition and rebuild of PW Shop 1 must take place before WSDOT begins construction of the I405 Express Toll Lane project. The WSDOT project is anticipated to start in 2022. It is anticipated that the City will begin design in 2020, complete design and permitting in 2021-2022, and construct the new shop in 2022- 2023. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Preliminary planning work took place in 2020 to assist with negotiating an agreement with WSDOT and to provide a basic cost assumption. Design began in fall 2020 after an agreement with WSDOT and the City was executed. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Design began in fall 2020. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 75 625 200 825 900 Construction 500 2,675 3,175 3,175 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$7755 $$662255 $$770000 $$22,,66 7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,000000 $$44,,007755 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)7 21 21 28 Water Fund 6 18 18 24 Sewer Fund 6 18 18 24 Storm & Surface Water Fund 6 18 18 24 Other Agency - WSDOT 50 625 700 2,600 3,925 3,975 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$7755 $$662255 $$770000 $$22,,667755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,000000 $$44,,007755 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 75 625 700 2,675 0 0 0 0 4,000 4,075 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 75 625 700 2,675 0 0 0 0 4,000 4,075 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt NNoott DDeetteerrmmiinneedd YYeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 49 of 210 Parks Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 50 of 210 Park Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents P6 - Cedar Grove Park Field Improvements P11 - 1st Lieutenant Nicholas Madrazo US Marine Corps Memorial Park P21 - Horse Creek Plaza P29 - Park at Bothell Landing Improvements P30 - Demolish of Various Vacant Buildings (not displayed on map) P31 - Former Wayne Golf Course Plan & Designs November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 51 of 210 Park Capital Projects 2 DDoollllaarrss iinn TT hh oouu ss aann ddss ((00 00 00 )) 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22 00 22 33 22 00 22 44 22 00 22 55 22 00 22 66 22 00 22 77 PP66 CCee ddaarr GGrroovvee PPaarrkk FF iiee lldd IImmpprroovvee mmee nn ttss $$33 55 00 $$33 55 00 $$33 55 00 Grants 350 350 350 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 55 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 55 00 $$33 55 00 PP11 11 11 ss tt LLiiee uu ttee nn aann tt NNiicchh oollaass MMaaddrraazz oo UU SS MMaarriinn ee CCoorrppss MMee mmoorriiaall PPaarrkk $$11 99 44 $$77 55 00 $$77 55 00 $$99 44 44 Other Resources 23 617 617 640 Park Impact Fees Transfer 171 0 171 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$11 99 44 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$66 11 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$66 11 77 $$88 11 11 TToottaall UUnn ss ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$11 33 33 $$11 33 33 $$11 33 33 PP22 11 HHoorrss ee CCrree ee kk PPllaazz aa $$11 99 77 $$99 33 77 $$99 33 77 $$11 ,,11 33 44 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.171 171 171 Other Resources 192 766 766 958 Park Impact Fees Transfer 5 0 5 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$11 99 77 $$00 $$00 $$99 33 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$99 33 77 $$11 ,,11 33 44 PP22 99 PPaarrkk aatt BBootthh ee llll LLaann ddiinn gg IImmpprroovvee mmee nn ttss $$88 77 $$88 77 $$88 77 King County Park Levy Transfer 15 15 15 Park Impact Fees Transfer 72 72 72 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$88 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$88 77 $$88 77 PP33 00 DDee mmoolliiss hh VVaarriioouu ss VVaaccaann tt BBuu iillddiinn ggss $$55 00 00 $$55 00 00 $$55 00 00 Park Impact Fees Transfer 50 50 50 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 00 $$55 00 TToottaall UUnn ss ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$44 55 00 $$44 55 00 $$44 55 00 PP33 11 FF oorrmmee rr WW aayynn ee GGoollff CC oouu rrss ee MMaass ttee rr PPllaann && DDee ss iiggnn ss $$11 55 00 $$11 55 00 $$11 55 00 King County Park Levy Transfer 25 25 25 Park Impact Fees Transfer 125 125 125 TToottaall SS ee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 55 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 55 00 $$11 55 00 $$33 99 11 $$00 $$00 $$11 ,,77 8877 $$99 88 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22 ,,77 7744 $$33 ,,1166 55 391 0 0 1,337 854 0 0 0 2,191 2,582 0 0 0 450 133 0 0 0 583 583 $$33 99 11 $$00 $$00 $$11 ,,77 8877 $$99 88 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22 ,,77 7744 $$33 ,,1166 55TTOOTTAALL PPAARRKK CCAAPPIITTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTTSS EESS TTIIMMAATT EEDD FF UUNNDDII NNGG SSOOUURRCCEESS CC FFPP NNoo..CC FFPP PPrroojjeecctt NNaammee PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 22002200 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd 22002211--22002277 TT oottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TT hhrruu 22002277 TT OOTTAALL PPAARRKK CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTTSS EESS TTII MMAATTEEDD CCOOSS TTSS SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nn ddiinn gg UUnn sseeccuurr eedd FF uu nn ddiinn gg BBuu ddggee ttee dd EEss ttiimmaattee dd Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Park Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 52 of 210 3 -<< map Park Capital Projects P6 - Cedar Grove Park Field Improvements DD ooll llaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 125 125 125 Construction 225 225 225 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$335500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 55 00 $$33 55 00 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Grant Pending (WA St RCO)300 300 300 Grant Pending (Snohomish County)50 50 50 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$335500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 55 00 $$33 55 00 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FF uunnddii nngg 0 0 0 350 0 0 0 0 350 350 EEssttii mmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 350 0 0 0 0 350 350 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD ooll llaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22 00 22 11 22 00 22 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 TToottaall EEsstt iimm aatteedd PPrroojjee cctt FF uu nnddiinngg TThh rr uu 22002277 EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjee cctteedd SS ppee nn ddiinngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEsstt iimm aatteedd PPrroojjee cctt CCoosstt ss TThh rr uu 22002277 EESSTTII MMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FF UUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjee cctteedd SS ppee nn ddiinngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjee cctteedd ttoo 11 22 //3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall PPrroojjeecctt FF uu nnddiinngg TThh rr uu 22002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22 00 22 77 TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FF uu ttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt NNoott DD ee tt eerrmmii nneedd YYeett DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Complete development of this park, including athletic field drainage improvements. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Athletic field improvements are a high priority in order to bring the field up to playable conditions, currently the field is only used to about 40% to 50% of capacity because the field is prone to usage cancellations when rain events occur. This project will allow additional field usage due to drainage improvements. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project during 2021-2027 planning period. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Grant funding that will expire. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project spending is not authorized to exceed monies received and available. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 53 of 210 4 -<< map Park Capital Projects P11 - 1st Lieutenant Nicholas Madrazo US Marine Corps Memorial Park DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project develops a community park on top of a wastewater storage tank that is owned and operated by King County. The adopted 2013 Master Plan calls for one basketball court, walking paths, informal play field, parking lot (26 spaces), landscaping, picnic tables and benches, a restroom, picnic shelter and a memorial to 1st Lieutenant Nicholas Madrazo and veterans. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project is funded with mitigation funds associated with the construction impacts of the King County Wastewater Pump Station Storage Facility. Development is prescribed in a Memorandum of Agreement between the City of Bothell and King County. This project is listed as a priority in the adopted 2018 Parks, Recreation & Open Space Action Program (PROS). FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Using the master plan, an annual increase in maintenance and operating (M&O) costs amounting to $76,800 is anticipated as a result of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Use Agreement for the site is approved by City Council and King County Council. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project is not approved to commence until all financing is secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Council adopted mater plan in 2013. City and King County jointly approved a Use Agreement. There is no activity on this project at this time DD oollll aarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 194 0 194 Construction 750 750 750 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$119944 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$775500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$775500 $$994444 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (KC Pump Station Mitigation)23 577 577 600 Capital Improvement Fund (Park Impact Fees Transfer)171 0 171 Donations 40 40 40 TTOOTTAALL SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$119944 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$661177 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$661177 $$881111 Funding Source (TBD)133 133 133 TTOOTTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$113333 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$113333 $$113333 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$119944 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$775500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$775500 $$994444 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurree dd FFuunnddii nngg 194 0 0 0 617 0 0 0 617 811 UUnnsseeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nn gg 0 0 0 0 133 0 0 0 133 133 EEssttiimmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 194 0 0 0 750 0 0 0 750 944 TTOOTTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 77 77 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$7777 $$7777 $$7777 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatt eedd PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinn gg 22002211 -- 22 00 2277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatt eedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 00 2277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctt ee dd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22 00 2277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 PPaarrkk FFuu nndd 231Dollars include .75 FTEs starting in 2025 TTOOTTAALL FF UUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$223311 TTOOTTAALL FF TTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DDooll llaarrss ii nncclluuddee ..7755 FFTTEEss ssttaarrttii nngg iinn 22002255 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 54 of 210 5 -<< map Park Capital Projects P21 - Horse Creek Plaza DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will provide an urban half acre open space located just south of the Pop Keeney Stadium as called for by the Downtown Subarea Plan. The design concept was developed in conjunction with Pop Keeney Way and will result in the open space being a key component of the view and pedestrian corridor between the downtown core and Pop Keeney Stadium. The open space will be designed to provide a place to gather as well as provide a viewing point for a portion of the day-lighted Horse Creek. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The project is a required component of the adopted Downtown Subarea Plan. As the former Northshore School District parcels are redeveloped, this open space is required to be developed. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Initial costs are based upon conceptual design and the labor, materials, utilities, etc. associated with new infrastructure. Final estimates will be determined once the design is completed. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This project is currently at approximately 60% design. Design will proceed in 2023 subject to redevelopment and payment of fees by Lot P South. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: City advanced design funds to complete sufficient design to coordinate with the Horse Creek Improvement Project. Construction is not authorized to start until developer funds are secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Private development will provide funds for this project. However, additional funds will be needed to complete the project. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. City advanced design funds to complete sufficient design to coordinate with the Horse Creek Improvement Project. Design began in 2018. Construction is anticipated to take place no earlier than 2023. DDoollllaarrss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((00 0000)) 2200 22 11 22002222 2200 22 33 22002244 2200 22 55 22002266 220022 77 Design 197 131 131 328 Construction 806 806 806 TTOOTTAALL EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$119977 $$00 $$00 $$993377 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$9933 77 $$11,,11 33 44 2200 22 11 22002222 2200 22 33 22002244 2200 22 55 22002266 220022 77 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)171 171 171 Capital Improvement Fund (Park Impact Fees Transfer)5 0 5 Contributions (Developers) *192 766 766 958 TTOOTTAALL SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$119977 $$00 $$00 $$99 33 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$9933 77 $$11,,11 33 44 2200 22 11 22002222 2200 22 33 22002244 2200 22 55 22002266 220022 77 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunn ddii nngg 197 0 0 937 0 0 0 0 937 1,134 EEssttiimmaatt ee dd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoosstt 197 0 0 937 0 0 0 0 937 1,134 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarrss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((00 0000)) 2200 22 11 22002222 2200 22 33 22002244 2200 22 55 22002266 220022 77 66 66 66 66 97 97 97 97 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$116633 $$116633 $$116633 $$116633 * Developers: Lot K (Six Oaks) $183,000, Lot L (Junction) $167,000, Lots O & P (North & South) $608,000 SStt oorrmm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 387Dollars include .39 FTEs starting in 2024 TTOOTTAALL FF UUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$665511 TTOOTTAALL FF TTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DDoollllaarrss ii nnccll uu ddee ..8822 FFTTEEss ssttaarrttiinngg iinn 22 00 2244 WWaatt eerr FF uunndd 1Dollars include .001 FTEs starting in 2024 SSeewweerr FFuunndd 1Dollars include .002 FTEs starting in 2024 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttiimm aatt eedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22 00 2277 PPaarrkk FF uu nn dd 264Dollars include .43 FTEs starting in 2024 SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 11 22//33 11 //22002200 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttiimm aatt eedd PPrroojjee cctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002200 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttiimm aatt eedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall EEsstt iimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FF UUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002200 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttiimm aatt eedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinn gg 22002211 -- 22 002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 55 of 210 6 -<< map Park Capital Projects P29 - Park at Bothell Landing Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will review the existing master plan and consider the construction of an off leash dog park adjacent to SR-522. The budget allows for a shade structure for all season use of the area. If accepted by Council, this project will construct these new amenities. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: In the 2020 Update to the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan ranked a dog park as a top amenity. The adopted Plan also encouraged the construction of shade structures for additional usage of amenities as well as for health and safety. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs will be determined during the design phase and included in the 2023-2029 Capital Facilities Plan. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City has 10 years from the collection date to expend the Sub Area Park Impact Fees. Additional funding is from the King County Parks Levy Per Capital allocation. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: All funding is currently secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This project has not yet started. 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The actual buildings demolished will be depend on the hazardous materials testing and removal as well as historic preservation requirements but could include structures at the former Wayne Golf Course, North Creek Forest and William Penn Park. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: These structures currently pose maintenance, health and safety hazards. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Maintenance and Operating (M & O) costs will be reduced by removing these structures. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: If some of these structures continue to decline, there could be structural failure which will then require unanticipated budget to demolish them. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: All funding is currently secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This project has not yet started. 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This is includes all areas of the open space except the Active Use Area on the westside and the designated salmon habitat on the east side. The master plan and designs will position the City for grant funding for possible “shovel ready” projects in the future. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: In the 2020 Update to the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan ranked trails as a top amenity for Bothell residents. This area which is designated for passive use only lends itself to adding to Bothell’s walking trails an trailhead amenities. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Future Maintenance and Operating Costs (M&O) will be determined during the master planning process before designs are created. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City has 10 years from the collection date to expend the Open Space Park Impact Fees. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: All funding is currently secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This project has not yet started. DDooll ll aarr ss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22 00 22 11 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 220022 77 Design 150 150 150 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$115500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 5500 $$115500 22 00 22 11 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 220022 77 Capital Improvement Fund (KC Park Levy Transfer)25 25 25 Capital Improvement Fund (Park Impact Fees Transfer)125 125 125 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FF UUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$115500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 5500 $$115500 22 00 22 11 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 220022 77 SS ee ccuu rr ee dd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 0 150 150 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 0 150 150 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRII AANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll ll aarr ss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22 00 22 11 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 220022 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FFuutt uu rr ee MM&&OO II mmppaacctt NNoott DD eett ee rrmmii nn ee dd YYeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTII MMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd EEsstt iimm aatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FF UUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd EEsstt iimm aatteedd FF uunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 58 of 210 Transportation Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 59 of 210 Transportation Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents T2g - North Creek Trail - Section 4 T6 - Bothell Crossroads T9 - 102nd Ave NE Bridge Replacement T44 - SR 522 Stage 2B Improvements (Wayne Curve to NE 180th St) T47 - Downtown Contaminated Soil & Groundwater Clean Up (not displayed map) T54 - SR 522 Stage 3 Improvements T60 - NE 185th St Reconstruction & Transit Center (Beardslee Blvd to Bothell Way) T65a - Adaptive Signal Control System: Phase 1 (not displayed on map) T65b - Adaptive Signal Control System: Phase 2 (not displayed on map) T66 - Meridian Ave S & 240th St SE Roundabout T70 - Beardslee Blvd Widening (Campus to I-405) T73 - 228th St SE from 35th St SE to 39th Ave SE Widening T74 - Bothell Way NE Widening (Reder Way to 240th St NE) T78 - Bothell Way NE Stream Rockery Repair North of NE 190th St T79 - Bothell-Everett Hwy Interim Rechannelization T83 - 9th Ave SE Non-Motorized Improvements: North Phase T84 - 130th Pl NE & 132nd Ave NE Sidewalk Improvements T85 - Juanita-Woodinville Way Overlay Project T86 - 102nd Ave NE Downtown Access Improvements T87 - 228th St SE Pavement Preservation (19th Ave SE to Bothell Everett Hwy & Paving West) T89 - 228th St SW Pavement (2nd Ave SE to 9th Ave SE) T90 - NE 195th St Pavement Preservation T91 - Multiway Boulevard & Crossroad Street Light Reorientation T92 - 240th St SE & 35th Ave SE Intersection Improvements T93 - 228th St SW Pavement (5th Ave W to 2nd Ave SE) T94 - Bothell-Everett Hwy Pavement Preservation (240th St SE to I-405 Limits) T95 - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon at School Crossings (not displayed on map) T96 - NE 160th St Overlay Project November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 60 of 210 Transportation Capital Projects 2 DDooll ll aarrss ii nn TThh oouu ssaann ddss ((0000 00 )) 220022 11 22002222 22002233 22 002244 22 00 22 55 2200 22 66 22002277 TT22gg NNoorr tthh CCrreeeekk TTrraaii ll -- SSeecctt iioonn 44 $$11 ,,009922 $$22,,225500 $$22 22 $$22,,44 00 00 $$4422 $$11 ,,552200 $$2200 $$22 00 $$66,,22 77 44 $$77 ,,336666 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.155 553 3 450 42 222 20 20 1,310 1,465 Grants 937 1,697 19 1,650 1,298 4,664 5,601 Other Resources 300 300 300 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$11 ,,009922 $$22,,225500 $$22 22 $$22,,44 00 00 $$4422 $$11 ,,552200 $$2200 $$22 00 $$66,,22 77 44 $$77 ,,336666 TT66 BB oott hh ee ll ll CCrroossssrr ooaaddss $$5522,,665533 $$99 $$99 $$1188 $$5522,,66 77 11 Grants 11,073 0 11,073 Bonds/Loans 17,587 0 17,587 Other Resources 22,177 0 22,177 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 598 9 9 18 616 Utility Cost Share 1,218 0 1,218 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$5522,,665533 $$99 $$99 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$5522,,66 77 11 TT99 11 00 22 nn dd AAvvee NNEE BB rrii ddggee RRee ppll aacceemm ee nn tt $$77,,000000 $$22 44 ,,0000 00 $$33 11 ,,000000 $$3311,,00 00 00 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.500 1,500 2,000 2,000 Grants 2,000 15,000 17,000 17,000 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,550000 $$11 66 ,,5500 00 $$11 99 ,,000000 $$1199,,00 00 00 TToott aall UUnn ssee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nn gg $$44,,550000 $$77,,550000 $$11 22 ,,000000 $$1122,,00 00 00 TT4444 SS RR 552222 SStt aaggee 22BB II mmpprroovveemm ee nntt ss $$44 55 66 $$11,,000000 $$22,,00 00 00 $$33,,00 00 00 $$55 ,,0000 00 $$55 ,,000000 $$11 66 ,,000000 $$1166,,44 55 66 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.101 0 101 Grants 47 0 47 Other Agency (Sound Transit 3)1,000 2,000 3,000 5,000 5,000 16,000 16,000 Other Resources 308 0 308 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$44 55 66 $$11,,000000 $$22,,00 00 00 $$33,,00 00 00 $$55 ,,0000 00 $$55 ,,000000 $$00 $$00 $$11 66 ,,000000 $$1166,,44 55 66 TT4477 DD oowwnn ttooww nn CCoonn ttaamm ii nn aatteedd SSooii ll && GGrr oouu nn ddww aatt eerr CCll eeaann UUpp $$2200,,444422 $$664499 $$11,,55 66 99 $$11,,55 66 99 $$11 ,,4455 22 $$11 ,,002200 $$11,,000000 $$11,,000000 $$88,,22 55 99 $$2288,,77 00 11 Grants 9,058 271 741 741 726 510 500 500 3,989 13,047 Bonds/Loans 1,798 0 1,798 Other Resources 9,227 378 828 87 1,293 10,520 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 359 0 359 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$2200,,444422 $$664499 $$11,,55 66 99 $$882288 $$77 22 66 $$55 11 00 $$550000 $$550000 $$55,,22 88 22 $$2255,,77 22 44 TToott aall UUnn ssee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nn gg $$774411 $$77 22 66 $$55 11 00 $$550000 $$550000 $$22,,99 77 77 $$22 ,,997777 CCFFPP NNoo..CCFFPP PPrroojj eecctt NNaammee PPrroojj eecctt ee dd tt oo 22 00 22 00 TToott aall EEsstt ii mm aatteedd 22 00 22 11 --22 00 22 77 TToottaall EEsstt iimmaatt ee dd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg BB uu ddggeett ee dd EEssttii mmaatt eedd Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Transportation Capital Projects 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SSyysstt ee mm:: PPhh aassee 11 $$3311 $$88 00 $$33 11 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$11 22 11 $$115522 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.31 80 31 2 2 2 2 2 121 152 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$3311 $$88 00 $$33 11 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$22 $$11 22 11 $$115522 TT66 55 bb AAddaapptt ii vvee SS ii ggnnaall CCoonn ttrrooll SSyysstt ee mm:: PPhh aassee 22 $$7755 $$442200 $$114400 $$55 66 00 $$663355 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.24 91 30 121 145 Grants 51 329 110 439 490 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$7755 $$442200 $$114400 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 66 00 $$663355 TT6666 MMeerr iiddii aann AAvvee SS && 22 44 00tt hh SStt SS EE RRoouunn ddaabboouu tt $$331100 $$11,,44 55 77 $$11,,77 66 77 $$11 ,,776677 Grants 278 1,321 1,599 1,599 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 32 136 168 168 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$331100 $$11,,44 55 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,77 66 77 $$11 ,,776677 TT7700 BB ee aarrddssll ee ee BB ll vvdd WW ii ddeennii 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,,3322 55 $$44 ,,332255 $$1100,,66 55 66 $$11 00 ,,6655 66 $$33 33 ,,331166 $$3333,,44 99 44 Grants 153 1,221 1,221 458 3,275 3,275 7,314 7,314 24,078 24,231 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 25 191 191 72 1,050 1,050 861 861 4,276 4,301 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$11 77 88 $$11,,441122 $$11,,44 11 22 $$553300 $$44 ,,3322 55 $$44 ,,332255 $$88,,117755 $$88,,117755 $$22 88 ,,335544 $$2288,,55 33 22 TToott aall UUnn ssee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nn gg $$22,,448811 $$22,,448811 $$44,,99 66 22 $$44 ,,996622 Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Transportation Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 62 of 210 Transportation Capital Projects 4 TT7788 BB oott hh ee ll ll WWaayy NNEE SS ttrr eeaamm RRoocckkeerr yy RReeppaaii rr $$22 22 77 $$44 $$44 $$44 $$33 $$33 $$1188 $$224455 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.227 4 4 4 3 3 18 245 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$22 22 77 $$44 $$44 $$44 $$33 $$33 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$224455 TT7799 BB oott hh ee ll ll --EEvvee rreetttt HHww yy IInntt ee rr ii mm RReecchhaannnneell iizzaatt ii oonn $$110077 $$11 00 77 $$110077 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.107 107 107 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$110077 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 00 77 $$110077 TT8833 99 tthh AAvvee NNEE PPee ddeessttrrii aann II mmpprroovveemm ee nntt ss:: NNoorr tthh PPhhaassee $$44 11 $$330011 $$11 ,,1133 88 $$11,,44 88 00 $$11 ,,448800 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.8 60 227 295 295 Grants 25 181 683 889 889 Other Resources 8 60 228 296 296 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$44 11 $$330011 $$11 ,,1133 88 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,44 88 00 $$11 ,,448800 TT8844 11 33 00 tthh PPll NNEE && 113322nndd AAvvee NNEE SS ii ddeeww aall kk IImm pprr oovvee mmeennttss $$115566 $$111155 $$11 ,,2299 11 $$11,,55 66 22 $$11 ,,556622 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.19 14 154 187 187 Grants 93 69 775 937 937 Other Resources 44 32 362 438 438 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$115566 $$111155 $$11 ,,2299 11 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,55 66 22 $$11 ,,556622 TT8855 JJuu aannii tt aa--WWooooddii nnvvii ll llee WWaayy OO vvee rrll aayy PPrroojj ee cctt $$11 55 00 $$11,,777766 $$11,,77 77 66 $$11 ,,992266 Grants 1,114 1,114 1,114 Other Resources 150 662 662 812 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$11 55 00 $$11,,777766 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,77 77 66 $$11 ,,992266 TT8866 11 00 22 nn dd AAvvee NNEE DD ooww nntt oowwnn AAcccceessss II mmpprroovveemm ee nn tt ss $$110000 $$55 55 $$997700 $$11,,11 22 55 $$11 ,,112255 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.300 300 300 Grants 100 55 670 825 825 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$110000 $$55 55 $$997700 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,11 22 55 $$11 ,,112255 TT8877 22 22 88 tthh SStt SSEE PPaavveemm ee nn tt PPrr ee ssee rrvvaatt iioonn ((11 99 tthh AAvvee SSEE -- BB oott hh eellll EEvvee rreetttt HHww yy))$$11 99 88 $$11,,443366 $$11,,44 33 66 $$11 ,,663344 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.96 96 96 Grants 718 718 718 Other Resources 198 622 622 820 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$11 99 88 $$11,,443366 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,44 33 66 $$11 ,,663344 TT8899 22 22 88 tthh SStt SSEE PPaavveemm ee nn tt PPrr ee ssee rrvvaatt iioonn ((22 nn dd AAvvee SSEE tt oo 99tt hh AAvvee SSEE))$$118822 $$11 ,,4455 22 $$11,,66 33 44 $$11 ,,663344 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.21 254 275 275 Grants 15 750 765 765 Other Resources 146 448 594 594 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$118822 $$11 ,,4455 22 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,66 33 44 $$11 ,,663344 Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Transportation Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 63 of 210 Transportation Capital Projects 5 TT9900 NNEE 11 99 55 tt hh SStt PPaavveemm eenntt PPrreesseerr vvaattii oonn $$226600 $$22 ,,0077 55 $$22,,33 33 55 $$22 ,,333355 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.31 441 472 472 Grants 860 860 860 Other Resources 229 774 1,003 1,003 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$226600 $$22 ,,0077 55 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,33 33 55 $$22 ,,333355 TT9911 MMuull ttii wwaayy BB oouull ee vvaarrdd && CCrr oossssrr ooaadd SSttrr eeeett LLii gghh tt RReeoorrii ee nn ttaattii oonn $$7722 $$8800 $$8800 $$115522 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.72 80 80 152 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$7722 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$115522 TT9922 22 44 00 tthh AAvvee SSEE && 3355tthh AAvvee SS EE II nn tt ee rrsseecctt ii oonn IImmpprr oovvee mmee nn ttss $$772288 $$668866 $$33,,44 88 00 $$44,,88 99 44 $$44 ,,889944 Traffic Impact Fees Transfer 100 100 100 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$110000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 00 00 $$110000 TToott aall UUnn ssee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nn gg $$662288 $$668866 $$33,,44 88 00 $$44,,77 99 44 $$44 ,,779944 TT9933 22 22 88 tthh SStt SSEE PPaavveemm ee nn tt PPrr ee ssee rrvvaatt iioonn ((55 tthh AAvvee WW tt oo 22nn dd AAvvee WW))$$11 88 77 $$11 ,,449966 $$11,,66 88 33 $$11 ,,668833 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.67 67 67 Grants 750 750 750 Other Resources 120 746 866 866 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 88 77 $$11 ,,449966 $$00 $$00 $$11,,66 88 33 $$11 ,,668833 TT9944 BB oott hh ee ll ll --EEvvee rreetttt HHii gghhww aayy PPaavveemm ee nn tt PPrr ee ssee rrvvaatt ii oonn $$225500 $$11,,999955 $$22,,22 44 55 $$22 ,,224455 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.108 534 642 642 Grants 750 750 750 Other Resources 142 711 853 853 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$11,,999955 $$22,,22 44 55 $$22 ,,224455 TT9955 RRee ccttaanngguull aarr RRaappii dd FFll aasshh ii nngg BB eeaaccoonn aatt SS cchh ooooll CCrr oossssii nnggss $$11 55 $$330055 $$33 22 00 $$332200 Grants 12 244 256 256 Other Resources 3 61 64 64 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$00 $$11 55 $$330055 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 22 00 $$332200 TT9966 NNEE 11 66 00 tt hh SStt OO vveerr ll aayy PPrroojj eecctt $$6611 $$00 $$00 $$776655 $$77 66 55 $$882266 Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.48 48 48 Grants 625 625 625 Other Resources 61 92 92 153 TToott aall SS ee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddii nngg $$6611 $$00 $$00 $$776655 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$77 66 55 $$882266 $$11 00 22 ,,1144 33 $$11 88,,22 22 77 $$99,,66 11 33 $$1155 ,,224422 $$2200,,996677 $$3322,,00 44 88 $$1188,,99 22 88 $$33 77 ,,6677 33 $$115522,,66 99 88 $$22 55 44 ,,884411 102,143 17,599 8,927 11,021 20,241 30,506 11,447 27,192 126,933 229,076 0 628 686 4,221 726 1,542 7,481 10,481 25,765 25,765 $$11 00 22 ,,1144 33 $$11 88,,22 22 77 $$99,,66 11 33 $$1155 ,,224422 $$2200,,996677 $$3322,,00 44 88 $$1188,,99 22 88 $$33 77 ,,6677 33 $$115522,,66 99 88 $$22 55 44 ,,884411TTOOTTAALL TTRRAANNSS PPOO RRTTAATTIIOO NN CCAAPPIITTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD II NNGG SSOO UURRCCEESS TTOO TTAALL TTRRAANNSSPPOO RRTTAATTIIOO NN CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESSTTII MMAATTEEDD CCOO SS TTSS SSeeccuurr eedd FF uu nn ddiinn gg UUnnsseeccuurr eedd FF uu nn ddii nngg Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Transportation Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 64 of 210 6 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T2g - North Creek Trail - Section 4 (from N Terminus of North Creek Trail - Section 3 to Filbert Dr) DDoollllaarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 815 22 22 44 859 ROW Acquisition 277 970 970 1,247 Construction 1,280 2,400 20 1,520 20 20 5,260 5,260 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$11,,009922 $$22,,225500 $$2222 $$22,,440000 $$4422 $$11,,552200 $$22 00 $$2200 $$66,,227744 $$77,,336666 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)155 553 3 450 42 222 20 20 1,310 1,465 Grant Awarded (Federal - WSDOT)698 19 19 38 736 Grant Awarded (STP)239 1,678 1,650 3,328 3,567 Grant Pending (STP)1,298 1,298 1,298 Non-City Utility Costs*300 300 300 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$11,,009922 $$22,,22 5500 $$2222 $$22,,440000 $$4422 $$11,,5522 00 $$2200 $$2200 $$66,,227744 $$77,,336666 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSee ccuu rreedd FFuunnddiinngg 1,092 2,250 22 2,400 42 1,520 20 20 6,274 7,366 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 1,092 2,250 22 2,400 42 1,520 20 20 6,274 7,366 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 7 7 8 8 8 9 $$00 $$77 $$77 $$88 $$88 $$88 $$99 * Non-City utility providers compensate for their share in construction costs: AWWD TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$4477 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DDooll ll aarrss iinnccll uu ddee ..0022 FFTTEEss ssttaarr ttii nngg ii nn 22002222 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 2200 2277 SStt rreeeett FFuu nndd 47Dollars include .02 FTEs starting in 2022 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt VVaarr ii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojj eecctt FF uunnddiinngg TThh rruu 220022 77 TToottaall EEssttii mm aatteedd PPrroojj ee cctt FFuunnddiinngg TThh rruu 220022 77 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 2200 2200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SS ppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mm aatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt ss TThh rruu 220022 77 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 2200 2200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: North Creek Trail is a seven-mile regional, multi-use trail connecting the Burke-Gilman/Sammamish River Trail in King County and the Interurban Trail at McCollum Park in Snohomish County. This project will complete the missing link between the proposed Snohomish County portion of the trail and the existing Bothell portion of the trail. This trail will consist of a separated 12’ wide multi- purpose paved path and will connect to the planned Snohomish County North Creek Trail north of the SR 524 and the North Creek Trail Section 3 in Bothell. This project may consist of an elevated boardwalk structure over the wetland areas. This project will be constructed in 3 phases – Phase 1 (Filbert Road to east side of Centennial Park entrance), Phase 2 (Centennial Park entrance to east side of North Creek bridge), and Phase 3 (east side of North Creek bridge to NCT3). JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will complete a missing segment between the proposed Snohomish County segment of the trail and the recently completed Bothell segment (North Creek Trail Section 3). This trail is an important piece of the regional trail system that starts with the Burke-Gilman/Sammamish River Trail in King County and connects to the Interurban Trail at McCollum Park in Snohomish County. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that were added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Right of way acquisition began in 2019 to meet grant funding timing requirements. The project will be constructed in phases. Phase 1 was awarded grant construction funds and is scheduled to start in 2021 pending completion right of way acquisition. A federal grant was awarded for construction of Phase 2. Phase 2 construction likely will begin in 2023. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the funded phase of the project per the schedule in the grant award. If the grant was for design and/or right of way acquisition, the City is also committed to constructing the project. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Funding has been secured and work will proceed for design, ROW acquisition, and Phase 1 of construction. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Funding is not secured for Phase 2 and 3 of construction. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Additional Federal funds for right of way acquisition were awarded in 2016 and programmed for use in 2019. Federal funds were previously received for the design phase. The design phase started in spring 2016 and is expected to be completed in late 2020 with minor work remaining to prepare phased construction packages. Federal funds for phase 1 construction were applied for in 2018 and programmed for use in 2021. Federal funds for phase 2 construction were applied for in 2020 and programmed for use in 2023. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 65 of 210 7 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T6 - Bothell Crossroads DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The Bothell Crossroads project was vital to the City's Downtown vision. The project realigned SR 522 to the south of the existing SR 522 to create new "T" intersections at Bothell Way and 98th Ave NE. Bothell Way and 98th Ave NE were extended from Main Street to the new SR 522. The roadway consists of two lanes in each direction with turn lanes, sidewalks, and landscaping. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Realignment of SR 522 addressed local and regional traffic concerns while creating two to three new city blocks to generate future economic redevelopment. This project was originally identified via a Citizen Advisory Group (CAG) as a solution to address traffic congestion, enhance the City's historic downtown, and facilitate transit operations. In 2006, through a competitive statewide process, the City of Bothell successfully applied for and was awarded State Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) program funding for the City's Crossroads (SR 522 realignment) project. The City was awarded a future rebate of state property and sales taxes up to $1 million per year for a maximum of 25 years. The rebate of State property and sales taxes is allocated to the City by the Department of Revenue (DOR) based on the State's portion of tax collected from within the City. The rebated tax monies are restricted to debt service payments associated with capital infrastructure investments made within the City that were financed by General Obligation Bonds. The City also received a state appropriation via the Washington State Department of Community, Trade, and Economic Development, a Washington Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) grant, and funds from the Washington State Department of Transportation. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that were added by this project. Staff and operating budget were added in 2015-2016 budget therefore are not reflected here. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is complete. An environmental permit requires monitoring and maintenance of stream restoration areas through 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project is complete with only environmental maintenance of stream restoration areas through 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project is complete with only environmental mitigation/monitoring requirements remaining. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is complete. An environmental permit requires monitoring and maintenance of stream restoration areas through 2022. DDoollll aarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22 002255 22002266 22002277 Predesign 62 0 62 Design 6,793 0 6,793 ROW Acquisition 25,315 0 25,315 Construction 20,483 9 9 18 20,501 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$5522,,6655 33 $$99 $$99 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$5522 ,,667711 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22 002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Other Resources)20,914 0 20,914 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)598 9 9 18 616 Arterial Street Fund 2 0 2 Bond Anticipation Note 9,635 0 9,635 Grant Awarded (CTED)6,980 0 6,980 Grant Awarded (TIB)3,593 0 3,593 State Contribution (WSDOT Overlay)500 0 500 Mitigation - Brightwater 650 0 650 Non-City Utility Costs*611 0 611 Public Works Trust Fund 7,952 0 7,952 Utilities - Sewer 430 0 430 Utilities - Water 788 0 788 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$5522,,6655 33 $$99 $$99 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$5522 ,,667711 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22 002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddii nngg 52,653 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 18 52,671 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoosstt 52,653 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 18 52,671 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollll aarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 22 002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 * Non-City utility providers compensate for their share in construction costs: PSE, Comcast, Frontier, UW & Integra TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT IInnccoorrppoorraatt eedd ii nn ttoo 22002211--220022 22 BB uuddggeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT EEssttii mmaattee dd TToott aall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 BB uu ddggeett eedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 11 22//3311//22002200 EEssttii mmaattee dd PPrroojj ee cctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 BB uu ddggeett eedd TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nn gg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 2200 2200 EEssttii mmaattee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd SS ppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 2200 2200 EEssttii mmaattee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BB uu ddggeett eedd BB uu ddggeett eedd November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 66 of 210 8 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T9 - 102nd Ave NE Bridge Replacement DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will replace the existing 102nd Ave NE Bridge and re-construct the roadway approaches. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This is the highest-priority bridge replacement project in the City. The bridge has the lowest structural deficiency rating of the City’s bridges. The existing bridge is not currently rated for certain types of emergency vehicles due to age and design and requires these types of vehicles to cross one at a time. It also has periodic damage due to permit vehicles traveling on State Route 522 that exceed height restrictions. With time, the bridge is expected to be rated for a lower vehicular loading which will require weight restrictions. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Staff recommends that this bridge be replaced within the next 7 years. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized at this time. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time DDooll llaarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 Design 5,000 5,000 5,000 ROW Acquisition 2,000 2,000 2,000 Construction 24,000 24,000 24,000 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$77,,000000 $$2244,,000000 $$3311,,000000 $$3311,,000000 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)500 1,500 2,000 2,000 Grant Pending (BRAC)2,000 6,000 8,000 8,000 Grant Pending (STP)4,000 4,000 4,000 Grant Pending (TIB)5,000 5,000 5,000 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,550000 $$1166,,550000 $$1199,,000000 $$1199,,000000 Funding Source (TBD)4,500 7,500 12,000 12,000 TTOOTTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,550000 $$77,,550000 $$1122,,000000 $$1122,,000000 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$77,,000000 $$2244,,000000 $$3311,,000000 $$3311,,000000 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 SSeeccuu rreedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,500 16,500 19,000 19,000 UUnnssee ccuurreedd FF uunnddii nngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,500 7,500 12,000 12,000 EEssttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 0 0 7,000 24,000 31,000 31,000 TTOOTTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 220022 22 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 2200 2277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt NNoott DDeetteerrmmiinneedd YYeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimm aatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd EEssttiimm aatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 22 002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 67 of 210 9 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T44 - SR 522 Stage 2B Improvements (Wayne Curve to NE 180th St) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will provide transit improvements on SR 522 between 96th Ave NE (Wayne Curve) and 98th Ave NE. This Improvements could be in the form of a westbound or eastbound business, access, and transit (BAT) lane. If so, it will also install curb, gutter, drainage, landscape strip, sidewalk, and lighting on the side of the installation. The project could also install queue jumps to allow transit to efficiently move through the corridor at intersections. The project is currently a Sound Transit project that would be funded (except for utility work) by Sound Transit 3 funds. The project scope, budget, and timeline is dependent on Sound Transit’s allocation of funds. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Improving traffic/transit flow and pedestrian safety along this corridor is needed to address current and future mobility needs. The project is currently in the Sound Transit 3 plan. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs will be determined during the design phase and included in the 2023-2029 Capital Facilities Plan. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is included in the voter-approved Sound Transit 3 program as part of the SR 522 BRT via NE 145th Street project. The project scope, budget, and timeline is dependent on Sound Transit’s allocation of funding. The Sound Transit 3 plan calls for this project to be completed by 2024, but it appears more likely to be completed in 2025. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized at this time. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Sound Transit is currently the lead on this project. The City is working with Sound Transit on the initial design phase of the project. 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JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project is a key component of the Downtown Plan. The types of cleanups involved are for petroleum-contaminated sites (old gas and service stations) and solvent-contaminated sites (old drycleaners). It is necessary to clean up the contaminated sites as the City continues to advance cleanup efforts in conjunction with preparing the properties for development. Several City actions have been implemented, including the cleanup of four major petroleum-contaminated sites along SR522 within downtown limits i.e. Bothell Landing, Bothell Paint, Bothell Hertz and Bothell Riverside. Additional clean-up efforts for petroleum-contaminated sites that were previously occupied by old transportation facilities have been completed in the northern portion of the downtown core (former Northshore School District (NSD) properties). Investigations on former Ultra Custom Cleaners (ULTRA) dry cleaner (next to the City Hall block) and Riverside (in the park area east of Park at Bothell Landing) have been completed, while cleanup of the former Bothell Service Center site (BSC) are currently underway. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: It is not anticipated that there will be future maintenance and operating costs once clean-up on the sites has been completed to the point where the Washington State Department of Ecology issues a "no further action" or “satisfaction of order” letter or other approval. Until this time, monitoring and maintenance costs are included in the project costs since they are part of the on- going clean-up requirements. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Remediation must take place when there is the opportunity to do so. As such, a substantial portion of the remediation will take place as the City surpluses parcels or constructs any of the large City projects. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Through 2020, the City has obtained approximately $7.2 million in grant funding from the Department of Ecology (Ecology), a $1.47 million appropriation through the Department of Commerce and a $200,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfield Cleanup grant. The City will continue to pursue additional grant opportunities to assist with funding. Remediation must take place while access to open land is available. As such, the remediation will take place during construction of capital projects and prior to surplus/development of private parcels. In addition to the petroleum and solvent clean-up areas, Ecology directed the City to move forward with an interim action at Riverside to prevent solvents from entering the Sammamish River near the gravel parking lot for the Park at Bothell Landing. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: As clean-up is integral with the success of the resale and redevelopment of downtown parcels, this project will continue until such time as the agreed-upon requirements on each site are met. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Clean-ups of solvent contamination are underway for three sites under formal agreements: former Ultra Custom Cleaners (ULTRA) dry cleaner (next to the City Hall block), Riverside (in the park area east of Park at Bothell Landing) and the former Bothell Service Center site (BSC). For ULTRA and Riverside, only interim cleanup actions have been completed to date, with formal clean-up anticipated to start in 2021 or soon thereafter. Whereas for BSC, the majority of the final cleanup remedy has been completed, with bioremediation continuing a few more years until compliance is reached. The City has completed clean-up and is currently performing five years of groundwater compliance monitoring for Bothell Paint, Bothell Hertz, and Bothell Landing sites; this is anticipated to continue through 2024. In addition, the clean-up associated with the former NSD site was completed in November 2019 with compliance monitoring completed in spring 2021. 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It will provide road improvements and business access and transit (BAT) lanes from the end of the Stage 1 and 2 improvements to 83rd Place NE (Bothell’s western city limits). Key elements include: widening of general purpose lanes; adding BAT lanes in each direction (including the missing Seattle outbound direction of the BAT lane from 91st Ave NE to approximately 800 feet west of the 96th Ave NE intersection); access management; center medians; interconnection of signals; sidewalk (north side only with the existing Sammamish River/Burke Gilman Trail on the south side); curb and gutters; retaining walls; street illumination; drainage improvements; landscaping; and utility undergrounding. The total project length is approximately 4,000 linear feet. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: SR 522 is a regional corridor that connects not only downtown Bothell to Seattle but the eastside cities on the northern side of Lake Washington to the west-side cities. The project segment currently carries about 37,000 average daily trips (ADT) with 50,000 expected in 2025. It serves as an alternate route to the SR 520 Bridge. Completion of this segment provides essentially continuous BAT lanes from Seattle to Bothell. Transit speed and reliability will be improved with the installation of BAT lanes where none currently exist. This supports the vision of downtown Bothell as a transit-friendly urban core. Finally, there currently is no sidewalk on the northern side of the highway. Installation of a new sidewalk allows the neighborhoods to access intersections along SR 522 and cross to the regional trail system and transit stops. This promotes pedestrian and bicycle usage. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that were added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Construction work is currently underway with funding provided by Sound Transit. The City of Kenmore will provide a $50,000 contribution. The project is included in the voter-approved Sound Transit 3 program as part of the SR 522 BRT via NE 145th Street project. Construction is currently planned to be completed in mid-2021. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The City has an agreement with Sound Transit that Sound Transit will pay for 100% of the costs not reimbursed by others. Construction work continues. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is currently under construction and scheduled to be completed in mid-2021. DDoollll aarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 3,788 0 3,788 ROW Acquisition 531 0 531 Construction 22,062 5,600 5,600 27,662 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$2266,,338811 $$55,,660000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55,,660000 $$33 11,,998811 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)856 0 856 City of Kenmore 50 0 50 Grant Awarded (Federal)3,449 0 3,449 Other Agency (Sound Transit 3)20,153 5,313 5,313 25,466 Non-City Utility Costs*1,873 287 287 2,160 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$2266,,338811 $$55,,660000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55,,660000 $$33 11,,998811 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 26,381 5,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,600 31,981 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 26,381 5,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,600 31,981 TTOOTTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollll aarr ss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 71 74 77 80 83 87 20 20 21 22 23 24 $$00 $$9911 $$99 44 $$9988 $$110022 $$110066 $$111100 * Non-City utility providers compensate for their share in construction costs: PSE, City of Seattle, UW-Bothell & MCI TToottaall PPrr oojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 220022 77 SSttrr eeeett FFuunndd 472 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctt eedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEssttii mm aatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt VVaarr ii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22002277 BB uuddggeetteedd PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttii mm aatteedd Dollars include .16 FTEs starting in 2022 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctt eedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mm aatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd SS ppeenn ddii nngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt ss TThhrr uu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctt eedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mm aatteedd EEsstt iimmaatteedd FFuu nnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 BB uuddggeetteedd BB uuddggeetteedd SSttoorrmm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 129 TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$660022 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT Dollars include .06 FTEs starting in 2022 DD ooll llaarrss ii nnccll uu ddee ..2222 FFTTEEss ssttaarrttiinngg iinn 22002222 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 70 of 210 12 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T60 - NE 185th St Reconstruction & Transit Center (Beardslee Blvd to Bothell Way) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will provide transit improvements on 98th Ave NE between SR 522 and Bothell Way NE and on NE 185th Street between Bothell Way NE and Beardslee Boulevard. Work will primarily include intersection modifications/improvements along 98th Ave NE at NE 183rd St as well as channelization modifications north of the intersection. It will also include intersection modifications on NE 185th St at Bothell Way NE, 101st Ave NE and 102nd Ave NE with traffic signals installed at the 104th Avenue NE and Beardslee Boulevard. Transit stations are anticipated to be installed near the King County Library, at 104th Ave NE, and near the UW Bothell’s Husky Village on Beardslee Boulevard. The work will be coordinated with necessary water, sewer, and storm water utility improvements along NE 185th St. If funding is available, pavement rehabilitation may occur. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will improve NE 185th St to allow it to function as a key east-west downtown street. It will prepare the roadway for use as a transit-oriented street (TOS). The Downtown Revitalization process identified this street as the TOS. The transit agencies have committed to moving their routes to this corridor when a park and ride is provided somewhere along this corridor. The proposed Sound Transit 3 initiative includes funds to proceed with transit-related work on this corridor. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs will be determined during the design phase and included in the 2023-2029 Capital Facilities Plan. At a minimum, it is estimated that the signalization at intersections, installation of street lights, addition of turn lanes, and installation of trees will increase M&O costs for this facility in the future. If funding is not received for roadway pavement structure rebuild, transit use will require this to be accomplished sooner at City expense. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is included in the voter-approved Sound Transit 3 program as part of the SR 522 BRT via NE 145th Street project. The project scope, budget, and timeline is dependent on Sound Transit’s allocation of funding. The Sound Transit 3 plan calls for this project to be completed by 2024, but it appears more likely to be completed in 2025. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized at this time. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Sound Transit is currently the lead on this project. The City is working with Sound Transit on the initial design phase of the project. 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This project would be in coordination with Snohomish County, Everett, and WSDOT covering a total of 47 traffic signal controlled intersections. Snohomish County is leading this project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Poor traffic signal timing contributes to traffic congestion and delay. Conventional signal systems use pre-programmed, daily signal timing schedules. Adaptive signal control technology adjusts the timing of red, yellow, and green lights to accommodate changing traffic patterns and ease traffic congestion. The main benefits of adaptive signal control technology over conventional signal systems are that it can: 1) Continually distribute green light time equitably for all traffic movements, 2) Improve traffic time reliability by progressively moving vehicles through green lights, 3) Reduce congestion by creating smoother flow, and 4) prolong the effectiveness of traffic signal timing. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Future maintenance and operation (M&O) costs are based on anticipated annual system maintenance. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project will be completed by 2021. However, there will be a five-year agreement with the vender for monitoring the project and technical support. This agreement will end by 2025/2026. Snohomish County is the lead agency to implement this project. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project spending is authorized for design and construction. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is in testing stage as of August 2020. There is more work expected to be done in 2021 in addition to the five-year agreement with the vendor for monitoring and technical support with a cost of $60,000 per year. The annual maintenance, technical support, and monitoring activities beginning in late 2021. 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This project will install the systems in eleven (11) Bothell intersections along Bothell Way (NE 191st St to SR 522) and SR 522 (96th Ave NE to Campus Way S). A regional federal grant application has been awarded and Snohomish County will be the project lead. Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and WSDOT are other partners. JJUUSSTTII FFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Poor traffic signal timing contributes to traffic congestion and delay. Conventional signal systems use pre- programmed, daily signal timing schedules. Adaptive signal control technology adjusts the timing of red, yellow, and green lights to accommodate changing traffic patterns and ease traffic congestion. The main benefits of adaptive signal control technology over conventional signal systems are that it can: 1) Continually distribute green light time equitably for all traffic movements, 2) Improve traffic time reliability by progressively moving vehicles through green lights, 3) Reduce congestion by creating smoother flow, and 4) Prolong the effectiveness of traffic signal timing. FF UUTTUURREE MMAAII NNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTII NNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future  maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were  developed by analyzing the  infrastructure  that will  be  added by this project.  TTII MMIINNGG PPRRII OORRIITTYY CCOONNSSII DDEERRAATTIIOONNSS :: A federal regional grant has been awarded and Snohomish County will be the lead agency. The project is anticipated to start construction in 2021  and be completed in 2022. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award.    PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project spending is authorized for design and construction. PPRROOJJEECCTT SS TTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SS TTAATTUUSS:: The project is in design phase which is expected to last until 2021. Construction is expected to be completed in 2023 with annual maintenance, technical support, and monitoring activities beginning in 2024 for five-years with a cost of $60,000 per year. 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In addition, sidewalks, crosswalks, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps, drainage, and illumination will be installed. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Currently, this is an all way stop controlled intersection. Installing a traffic signal will improve safety, traffic flow, and air quality at this intersection. Installation of crosswalks with the roundabout will improve the pedestrian and student crossing, reduce serious accidents, and provide a safer walkway to Shelton View Elementary School. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City applied for a federal safety grant in 2020. If the City is successful in obtaining the grant funding, design would likely begin in 2021, with ROW acquisition in 2021-2022, and construction starting as early as 2022. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project it is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized at this time. SSTTAATTUUSS:: A federal safety grant application was submitted in 2020. . November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 74 of 210 16 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T70 - Beardslee Blvd Widening (Campus to I-405) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project provides an additional eastbound lane along Beardslee Blvd from 110th Ave NE (the entrance to the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia College Campus) to I-405. The project will include roadway widening, concrete curb and gutter, bike lane, signal modifications, trail relocation, street illumination, retaining walls and wetland mitigation. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will provide the full cross-section for this segment of Beardslee Blvd to provide adequate traffic capacity. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that were added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City was awarded a federal grant for design. Design work has begun. Construction is contingent on grant applications in 2022 for construction in 2025. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the funded phase of the project per the schedule in the grant award. If the grant was for design and/or right of way acquisition, the City is also committed to constructing the project. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Funding for design is secured and design will begin. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Construction will not begin until funding is secured for that phase. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Design work has begun. DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 28 811 533 1,344 1,372 ROW Acquisition 40 40 40 Construction 9,032 9,032 9,032 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$2288 $$885511 $$553333 $$00 $$00 $$99,,003322 $$00 $$00 $$1100,,441166 $$1100,,444444 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Koll Traffic Impact Fees)14 378 279 657 671 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)87 87 87 Grant Awarded (Federal)14 386 254 640 654 Grant Pending (Federal)4,500 4,500 4,500 Grant Pending (TIB)3,500 3,500 3,500 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$2288 $$885511 $$553333 $$00 $$00 $$88,,000000 $$00 $$00 $$99,,338844 $$99,,441122 Funding Source (TBD)1,032 1,032 1,032 TTOO TTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,003322 $$00 $$00 $$11,,003322 $$11,,003322 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$2288 $$885511 $$553333 $$00 $$00 $$99,,003322 $$00 $$00 $$1100,,441166 $$1100,,444444 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddii nngg 28 851 533 0 0 8,000 0 0 9,384 9,412 UUnnsseeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 0 0 1,032 0 0 1,032 1,032 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 28 851 533 0 0 9,032 0 0 10,416 10,444 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 4 4 18 19 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$2222 $$2222 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToott aall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 SSEECCUURREEDD FF UUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSttrreeeett FFuunndd 8Dollars include .01 FTEs starting in 2026 SSttoorrmm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 36Dollars include .03 FTEs starting in 2026 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$4444 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT Dollars include .04 FTEs starting in 2026 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 75 of 210 17 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T73 - 228th St SE from 35th St SE to 39th Ave SE Widening DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will improve 228th St SE between 35th St SE and 39th Ave SE for approximately 1500 feet in length with an additional 300 feet of 228th St SE west of 35th St SE. Work will include widening 228th St from 3 lanes to 5 lanes and improving intersections at 35th Ave and 39th Ave. The project will include roadway widening, signal modifications, storm water improvements, concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, bike/pedestrian facilities, street lighting, landscaping and wetland mitigation. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Both the intersections of 228th/35th and 228th/39th are congested during weekday peak hours, as well as some weekends. Both are operating at or near acceptable level of service (LOS) limits. With the growth of the business activities within the Canyon Park Regional Center and the North Creek Business Park, there is a need to make safety and traffic capacity improvements along the 228th corridor and its intersections with 35th and 39th Ave SE. This project would include Snohomish County as a partner. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. The majority of this project lies in Snohomish County. As such, the majority of the M&O would be their responsibility. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City has received a federal grant for design funds. Design began in 2020. A federal grant was not awarded for the right-of-way acquisition phase, however, the project will remain on the contingency list for potential funding in 2023. If grant funds are obtained, construction is estimated for 2025. If grant funds for right-of-way acquisition and construction are not obtained, the City and Snohomish County will have to re-evaluate project timing. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the funded phase of the project per the schedule in the grant award. If the grant was for design and/or right of way acquisition, the City is also committed to constructing the project. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Funding has been secured for the design phase and that work will proceed. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is authorized through the design phase only. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project began design in 2020. It is anticipated that the design will be completed by the end of 2021. 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Bothell Way NE Widening (Reder Way to 240th St NE) DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 178 1,412 1,412 530 3,354 3,532 ROW Acquisition 4,325 4,325 8,650 8,650 Construction 10,656 10,656 21,312 21,312 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$117788 $$11,,441122 $$11,,4411 22 $$55 3300 $$44,,332255 $$44,,332255 $$1100,,665566 $$1100,,665566 $$3333,,3311 66 $$3333,,44 9944 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)25 191 191 72 1,050 1,050 861 861 4,276 4,301 Grant Awarded (Federal)153 1,221 1,221 458 2,900 3,053 Grant Pending (Federal)3,275 3,275 4,064 4,064 14,678 14,678 Grant Pending (TIB)2,000 2,000 4,000 4,000 Grant Pending (Regional Mobility)1,250 1,250 2,500 2,500 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$117788 $$11,,441122 $$11,,441122 $$553300 $$44,,332255 $$44,,33 2255 $$88,,117755 $$88,,117755 $$2288,,3355 44 $$2288,,55 3322 Funding Source (TBD)2,481 2,481 4,962 4,962 TTOO TTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,448811 $$22,,448811 $$44,,996622 $$44,,996622 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$117788 $$11,,441122 $$11,,441122 $$553300 $$44,,332255 $$44,,33 2255 $$1100,,665566 $$1100,,665566 $$3333,,3311 66 $$3333,,44 9944 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 178 1,412 1,412 530 4,325 4,325 8,175 8,175 28,354 28,532 UUnnsseeccuurreedd FFuu nnddiinngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,481 2,481 4,962 4,962 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 178 1,412 1,412 530 4,325 4,325 10,656 10,656 33,316 33,494 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt NNoott DDeetteerrmmiinneedd YYeett DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will widen Bothell Way NE from Reder Way to 240th Street NE from 2 lanes to 4 or 5 lanes: 2 through- lanes in each direction, a two-way left turn where needed, intersection improvements, protected bicycle lanes, landscaping strips, and sidewalks. The work includes street lighting, retaining walls, removing and replacing fish barrier culverts, storm drain system improvements, water / sewer improvements, and wetland mitigation. The project is anticipated to be divided into 3 segments: King County Phase 1 and 3, and Snohomish County Phase 2. The King County Phase 1 and Snohomish County Phase 2 segments will construct about 1/3 of the project at each end. The King County Phase 3 will construct the remaining middle third section. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This corridor is a backbone of the City, connecting the economic and residential center of the Canyon Park Regional Growth Center with the growth and enhancements occurring in Downtown. This project is required to better connect north and south Bothell, reduce congestion, provide the infrastructure for transit and offer connectivity of non- motorized transportation network though the center of the City of Bothell. The project is considered critical for Community Transit to consider extending the Swift green line to the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia College campus. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City was awarded a federal grant for design of all phases of the project and received advance funds in 2019. A right of way plan and project funding estimate (PFE) must be completed as part of design before right of way phase can start. Additional grant funding for right of way King County Phase 1 was awarded for 2024. The Snohomish County Phase 2 portion of the project is on a contingency list for federal grant funding for 2024. Right of way funding for King County Phase 3 segment will be beyond 2024. If contingency grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the funded phase of the project per the schedule in the grant award. If the grant was for design and/or right of way acquisition, the City is also committed to constructing the project. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Funding has been secured for the design phase and a portion of the right of way phase. Work will proceed with these phases. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project funding has not been secured for right-of-way acquisition and construction phases. Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Design was authorized to start in 2019 and has started. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 77 of 210 19 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T78 - Bothell Way NE Stream Rockery Repair (North of NE 190th St) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project repairs a small portion of a rockery along Horse Creek just north of 19213 Bothell Way NE that has failed. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The rockery is important in supporting Bothell Way. Currently the failure is largely localized. The longer this remains unaddressed, the more risk that the failure zone will enlarge. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Costs for stream restoration maintenance and monitoring as required by permit requirements are included in the CFP as part of the project cost. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The repair work was completed in 2020. Stream restoration maintenance and monitoring will continue until 2025 as part of environmental permit requirements. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The repair work has been completed. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The repair work has been completed but maintenance and monitoring of the stream restoration is required as part of environmental permit requirements. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The repair work has been completed. Monitoring and maintenance of the stream restoration is required as part of environmental permit requirements. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 122 0 122 ROW Acquisition 5 0 5 Construction 100 4 4 4 3 3 18 118 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$222277 $$44 $$44 $$44 $$33 $$33 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$224455 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)227 4 4 4 3 3 18 245 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$222277 $$44 $$44 $$44 $$33 $$33 $$00 $$00 $$1188 $$224455 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 227 4 4 4 3 3 0 0 18 245 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 227 4 4 4 3 3 0 0 18 245 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 78 of 210 20 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T79 - Bothell-Everett Hwy Interim Rechannelization DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will shift the Bothell-Everett Highway (BEH) north of 242nd St SE to the west by approximately one lane's width to remove traffic loading from the edge of the slope. The median will be eliminated and the lanes restriped. This is an interim improvement until such time that a permanent solution can be funded. The permanent solution is estimated to cost over $3 million. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The rockery on the east side of BEH has experienced local failures, including loss of rock down the slope. Initial geotechnical investigation and analysis indicates that the fill on this slope could experience failure on a larger scale. This segment of BEH will eventually be widened to the east. The cost to structurally address the slope issues in the final highway configuration will cost over $3 million. As such, a temporary measure is required until the larger, final project can be funded. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This is a high-priority repair project that should be completed as soon as possible to minimize further damage. The project was delayed because of a potential opportunity for a developer to accomplish the work. Since a developer is not anticipated to complete the work in the near future, this project should move forward as soon as possible. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project funding is secured. Work will commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Work has not started on this project. Geotechnical analysis has occurred. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 5 5 5 ROW Acquisition 102 102 102 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$110077 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$110077 $$110077 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)107 107 107 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$110077 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$110077 $$110077 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 107 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 107 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 107 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 107 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 79 of 210 21 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T83 - 9th Ave NE Pedestrian Improvements: North Phase DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will provide a safe and continuous walk route for students who live north of Crystal Springs Elementary School, including the residential neighborhoods north of 208th Street SE (SR 524). The project will complete missing segments of sidewalk to provide a continuous sidewalk on the east side of the street. The project is located on the east side of 9th Ave SE, between 209th Pl SE and 215th St SE. The improvements include sidewalk, curb, gutter, and storm drainage. Crossing improvements are proposed at the intersection of 9th Ave SE and 213th St SE, which include striped crosswalks, pedestrian flags, and ADA compliant curb ramps. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This is a high-priority pedestrian sidewalk project as it fills in missing pieces of sidewalk along a busy collector. The City has been collaborating with the Northshore School District (NSD) and City’s Safe School Walk Routes Taskforce (SSWR) to identify pedestrian safety deficiencies along school walk routes. This project has been identified as one of the highest priority to allow all users to safely walk to/from school, local business /employment centers, transit facilities, and local residential neighborhoods. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City is applying for grant funding through the Safe Routes to School program. If the City is successful in obtaining the grant funding, design will likely begin in 2022 with construction in 2024. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project, it will be committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project is not approved to commence until funding is secured. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 41 164 205 205 ROW Acquisition 137 137 137 Construction 1,138 1,138 1,138 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$4411 $$33 0011 $$11,,113388 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,448800 $$11,,448800 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)8 60 227 295 295 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)8 60 228 296 296 Grant Pending (Federal)25 181 683 889 889 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$4411 $$330011 $$11,,113388 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,448800 $$11,,448800 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 41 301 1,138 0 0 0 1,480 1,480 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 41 301 1,138 0 0 0 1,480 1,480 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 12 12 13 1 1 1 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1133 $$1133 $$1144 ** Allocated from Sidewalk & Walkway Program (OP6) $296,000. SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 SSttrr eeeett FFuunndd 37Dollars include .04 FTEs starting in 2025 SSttoorrmm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 3Dollars include .01 FTEs starting in 2025 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$33 99 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT Dollars include .05 FTEs starting in 2025 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 80 of 210 22 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T84 - 130th Pl NE & 132nd Ave NE Sidewalk Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The proposed improvements consist of concrete sidewalk, planting strip buffer, curb and gutter, storm drainage, ADA curb ramps and crosswalks on the west side of 132nd Ave NE and 130th Pl NE between NE 184th Pl and NE 195th St in the City of Bothell and the City of Woodinville. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The project will enable and encourage students to walk to school by improving safety and connectivity. The 130th PL NE and 132nd Ave NE is part of planned walk routes for the Woodin Elementary School Students who live within 1 mile of the school. The City has been collaborating with the Northshore School District (NSD) and City’s Safe School Walk Routes Taskforce (SSWR) to identify pedestrian safety deficiencies along school walk routes. 130th PL NE and 132nd Ave NE has been identified as one of the highest priority streets that needs sidewalk to allow all users to safely walk to/from school, local business /employment centers, transit facilities, and local residential neighborhoods. The City of Woodinville is a funding partner in this project. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City is applying for grant funding through the Safe Routes to School program. If the City is successful in obtaining the grant funding, design will likely begin in 2022 with construction in 2024. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project, it will be committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project is not approved to commence until funding is secured. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 156 52 208 208 ROW Acquisition 63 63 63 Construction 1,291 1,291 1,291 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$115566 $$11 1155 $$11,,229911 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,556622 $$11,,556622 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)19 14 154 187 187 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)19 14 155 188 188 City of Woodinville Contribution 25 18 207 250 250 Grant Pending (Federal)93 69 775 937 937 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$115566 $$111155 $$11,,229911 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,556622 $$11,,556622 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 156 115 1,291 0 0 0 1,562 1,562 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 156 115 1,291 0 0 0 1,562 1,562 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 14 14 15 5 5 5 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1199 $$1199 $$2200 ** Allocated from Sidewalk & Walkway Program (OP6) $187,000. SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 SSttrr eeeett FFuunndd 43Dollars include .05 FTEs starting in 2025 SSttoorrmm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 15Dollars include .02 FTEs starting in 2025 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$55 88 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT Dollars include .07 FTEs starting in 2025 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 81 of 210 23 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T85 - Juanita-Woodinville Way Overlay Project DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement of Juanita-Woodinville Way NE (from NE 145th St to 116th Ave NE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay and striping work. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This roadway is the main connecting arterial to a transit park and ride, Northshore Junior High School, Woodmoor Elementary, Evergreen Academy, Cedar Park Christian Schools, the Northshore Community Service Center and Interstate 405 interchange. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design was completed in 2019 with local Annual Pavement Program funds. A federal grant for construction funding was awarded in 2018 with additional contingency funds awarded in 2020. The grant requires the City to advertise the project for construction in 2020 with construction to occur in 2021. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project funding has been secured for construction and will commence in 2021. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Design is complete and ready for construction in 2021. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 150 0 150 Construction 1,776 1,776 1,776 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$115500 $$11,,777766 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,777766 $$11,,992266 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)31 85 85 116 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)52 40 40 92 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)67 537 537 604 Grant Pending (Federal)1,114 1,114 1,114 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$115500 $$11,,777766 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,777766 $$11,,992266 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 150 1,776 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,776 1,926 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 150 1,776 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,776 1,926 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $604,000. SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 82 of 210 24 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T86 - 102nd Ave NE Downtown Access Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will replace existing damaged sidewalks in the north-south direction between NE 185th and the King County Park and Ride along 102nd Ave NE in order to connect transit users with the downtown businesses. The work will consist of reconstructing sidewalks, curb ramps, tree wells; and installing lighting to provide a safe and accessible route meeting ADA requirements to and from multimodal corridors. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The existing sidewalks in the downtown area were constructed in excess of 20 years ago. As most of the downtown area is redeveloped, pedestrian facilities are being brought to current standards; however, redevelopment will not happen on all downtown streets thus leaving areas of sidewalks in very poor condition. The streets most affected by lack of redevelopment are the north-south streets between the main transit corridor, NE 185th St., and the downtown businesses on Main Street, one of which is 102nd Ave NE. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: A Sound Transit 3 access grant was obtained for the 102nd Ave NE portion of the project. Work will begin on this portion of the project in order to be complete in coordination with the SR 522/NE 145th St BRT. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Funding has been secured for this project – all phases and work will commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Sound Transit has awarded grant funds to complete downtown access improvements on 102nd Ave. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 100 35 135 135 ROW Acquisition 20 20 20 Construction 970 970 970 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$110000 $$5555 $$99 7700 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,112255 $$11,,112255 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)300 300 300 Sound Transit Access Fund 100 55 670 825 825 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$110000 $$5555 $$997700 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,112255 $$11,,112255 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 100 55 970 0 0 0 0 1,125 1,125 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 100 55 970 0 0 0 0 1,125 1,125 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 8 8 8 9 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$88 $$88 $$88 $$99 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 SSttrr eeeett FFuunndd 33 Dollars include .01 FTEs starting in 2024 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$33 33 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DDooll llaarr ss iinncclluuddee ..0011 FFTTEEss ssttaarrttiinngg ii nn 22002244 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 83 of 210 25 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T87 - 228th St SE Pavement Preservation (19th Ave SE to Bothell Everett Hwy & Paving West) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on 228th Street SW from the West City limit to 6th Ave W, on 228th Street SE from Bothell-Everett Highway to 19th Avenue SE, and on 19th Ave SE from 228th St about 300’+/- to the south. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: 228th St is a key arterial and will benefit from an overlay. The result will be to extend the life of this segment of roadway with cost-effective treatment rather than wait for further degradation and higher rebuild costs. This link serves the Canyon Park center and is the primary east-west corridor in the area. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design was completed in 2019 with local Annual Pavement Program funds. Federal grant contingency funding for construction funding was awarded in 2020. The grant requires the City to advertise the project for construction in 2020 with construction to occur in 2021. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Construction project funding has been secured. Work will commence in 2021. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project design is complete DD oollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 198 0 198 Construction 1,436 1,436 1,436 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$119988 $$11,,443366 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 ,,443366 $$11,,663344 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)96 96 96 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)81 487 487 568 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)43 90 90 133 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)74 45 45 119 Grant Pending (Federal)718 718 718 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$119988 $$11,,443366 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 ,,443366 $$11,,663344 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 198 1,436 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,436 1,634 EEssttii mmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 198 1,436 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,436 1,634 TTOOTTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $568,000. TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeettee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 2200 2277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrr oojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeettee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatt eedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThh rruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeettee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatt eedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThh rruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeettee dd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 84 of 210 26 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T89 - 228th St SW Pavement Preservation (2nd Ave SE to 9th Ave SE) DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 182 182 182 Construction 1,452 1,452 1,452 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 8822 $$11,,445522 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,663344 $$11,,663344 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)21 254 275 275 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)116 322 438 438 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)85 85 85 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)30 41 71 71 Grant Pending (Federal)15 750 765 765 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$118822 $$11,,445522 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,663344 $$11,,663344 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 182 1,452 0 0 0 1,634 1,634 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 182 1,452 0 0 0 1,634 1,634 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $438,000. TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will overlay 228th St from 2nd Ave SE to 9th Ave SE. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay and striping work for each segment of the roadway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: 228th St is a key arterial and will benefit from an overlay. The result will be to extend the life of this segment of roadway with cost-effective treatment rather than wait for further degradation and higher rebuild costs. This link serves the Canyon Park Regional Growth Center and is the primary east-west corridor in the area. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design is expected to start in 2023 with local Annual Pavement Program funds with construction in 2024. A federal grant has been awarded for construction funding. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project has secured grant funding. Upon 2023-2024 Budget approval project will commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Grant funding has been applied for and obtained. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 85 of 210 27 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T90 - NE 195th St Pavement Preservation DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 260 260 260 Construction 2,075 2,075 2,075 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22 6600 $$22,,007755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,333355 $$22,,333355 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)31 441 472 472 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)165 557 722 722 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)43 147 190 190 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)21 70 91 91 Grant Pending (Federal)860 860 860 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$226600 $$22,,007755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,333355 $$22,,333355 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 260 2,075 0 0 0 2,335 2,335 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 260 2,075 0 0 0 2,335 2,335 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $722,000. TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will overlay NE 195th St from 112th Ave NE to North Creek Parkway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: 195th Ave is a key arterial and will benefit from an overlay. The result will be to extend the life of this segment of roadway with cost-effective treatment rather than wait for further degradation and higher rebuild costs. This link servers the combined campus of the University of Washington – Bothell and Cascadia Collage, and the North Creek business park. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design is expected to start in 2023 with local Annual Pavement Program funds with construction in 2024. A federal grant has been awarded for construction funding. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project has secured grant funding. Upon 2023-2024 Budget approval project will commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Grant funding has been applied for and obtained. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 86 of 210 28 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T91 - Multiway Boulevard & Crossroad Street Light Reorientation DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 72 80 80 152 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$7722 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$115522 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)72 80 80 152 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$7722 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$115522 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 72 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 80 152 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 72 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 80 152 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt NNoott DDeetteerrmmiinneedd YYeett TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project reorients the LED street lights to their proper orientation. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: A portion of the lamps need to be reoriented to optimize the light levels. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This is a corrective action. No additional M&O costs will be incurred after completion. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City will proceed with this project only if it is deemed desirable and necessary to turn over maintenance and ownership of the street lights to PSE. To date, this has been the City’s desired operating methodology. However, it will consider long-term ownership if this is in the City’s best interest. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project funding is secured. Work will commence in 2023. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The City and PSE agreed in principle on this corrective action. Once a formal agreement is in place, work will commence in 2023. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 87 of 210 29 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T92 - 240th Ave SE & 35th Ave SE Intersection Improvements DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 728 728 728 ROW Acquisition 686 686 686 Construction 3,480 3,480 3,480 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$772288 $$668866 $$33,,44 8800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,889944 $$44,,889944 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Traffic Impact Fees Transfer)100 100 100 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$110000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$110000 $$110000 Funding Source (TBD)628 686 3,480 4,794 4,794 TTOO TTAALL UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$662288 $$668866 $$33,,448800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,779944 $$44,,779944 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$00 $$772288 $$668866 $$33,,448800 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,889944 $$44,,889944 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 UUnnsseeccuurreedd FFuu nnddiinngg 0 628 686 3,480 0 0 0 0 4,794 4,794 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 728 686 3,480 0 0 0 0 4,894 4,894 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt NNoott DDeetteerrmmiinneedd YYeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG UUNNSSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will improve the 35th Ave SE 240th St SE intersection that serves as the north entrance to the Monte Villa Business Park. The project will install a traffic signal with required turn lanes or a roundabout. Installation would include necessary storm water improvements, concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, bike/pedestrian facilities, street lighting, and landscaping. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project is identified in the Imagine Bothell Comprehensive Plan. This intersection is part of a key north-south arterial corridor that serves the Monte Villa and North Creek Business Parks. The project would improve the corridor vehicular level of service. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure th at will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Adequate funding is identified only to complete 5 to 10% design. This is sufficient to complete an alternative analysis to determine whether a traffic signal or roundabout is the optimal solution. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending would not exceed funding. It is anticipated the stopping point will be 5% to 10% design. This would be sufficient to do an alternative analysis and develop a scope of work and cost estimate that would prepare the project for future transportation grant applications. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project will begin design in 2021. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 88 of 210 30 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T93 - 228th St SW Pavement Preservation (5th Ave W to 2nd Ave SE) DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 187 187 187 Construction 1,496 1,496 1,496 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$118877 $$11,,449966 $$00 $$00 $$11,,668833 $$11,,668833 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)67 67 67 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)86 571 657 657 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)23 119 142 142 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)11 56 67 67 Grant Pending (Federal)750 750 750 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$118877 $$11,,44 9966 $$00 $$00 $$11,,668833 $$11,,668833 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 0 0 187 1,496 0 0 1,683 1,683 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 187 1,496 0 0 1,683 1,683 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $657,000. TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will overlay 228th St SW from 5th Ave W to 2nd Ave SE. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay and striping work for each segment of the roadway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: 228th St is a key arterial and will benefit from an overlay. The result will be to extend the life of this segment of roadway with cost-effective treatment rather than wait for further degradation and higher rebuild costs. This link serves the Canyon Park center and is the primary east-west corridor in the area. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design is expected to start in 2024 with local Annual Pavement Program funds. A grant application for federal construction funding will be submitted in 2022. Pending award and subsequent authorization for use, construction is scheduled to start in 2025. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project it is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project is not approved to commence until funding is secured. If the grant is not obtained, the project delivery schedule must be reconsidered. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 89 of 210 31 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T94 - Bothell-Everett Highway Pavement Preservation (240th St SE to I-405 Limits) DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will overlay Bothell-Everett Hwy from 228th St SE to the I-405 limited access area. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay and striping work for each segment of the roadway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Bothell-Everett Hwy is a key arterial and will benefit from an overlay. The result will be to extend the life of this segment of roadway with cost-effective treatment rather than wait for further degradation and higher rebuild costs. This link serves the Canyon Park center and Downtown Bothell and is the primary north-south corridor in the area. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design is expected to start in 2026 with local Annual Pavement Program funds. A grant application for federal construction funding will be submitted in 2024. Pending award and subsequent authorization for use, construction is scheduled to start in 2027. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project it is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: The project is not approved to commence until funding is secured. If the grant is not obtained, the project delivery schedule must be reconsidered. SSTTAATTUUSS:: There is no activity on this project at this time. DDoollllaarr ss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000 )) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 2200 2266 22002277 Design 250 250 250 Construction 1,995 1,995 1,995 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$11,,999955 $$22,,224455 $$22,,224455 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 2200 2266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)108 534 642 642 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)96 483 579 579 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)46 228 274 274 Grant Pending (Federal)750 750 750 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$11,,9999 55 $$22,,224455 $$22,,224455 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 2200 2266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 250 1,995 2,245 2,245 EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 0 0 250 1,995 2,245 2,245 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarr ss iinn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000 )) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 2200 2266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo AAddddiitt ii oonnaall MM&&OO IImmppaacctt SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggee tteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrr oojj eecctt VVaarr ii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggee tteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 220022 77 TToottaall EEssttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggee tteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaattee dd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 BBuuddggee tteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FF uunnddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 90 of 210 32 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T95 - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon at School Crossings DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The project consists of installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at three school crosswalk locations. The scope of work also includes construction of American with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps, curb work and necessary pedestrian landing and related work at the crosswalks, signs, and installation of three sets of RRFB at 9th Ave SE/226th St SE, 104th Ave NE/200th St NE, and 112th Ave NE/NE 160th Pl. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Based on the City of Bothell Road Safety Strategic Plan, this project is listed as priority #1 for the Spot Safety Improvement Project. Though there is no serious accidents, there are high risk factors identified in this school corridor where the AR is higher than acceptable level for such a corridor. In addition, the report found that there are high risk factors present in these corridors near the schools. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure th at will be added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The City applied for a federal safety grant in 2020. If the City is successful in obtaining the grant funding, design would likely begin in 2021 with construction in 2022. If grant funds are not obtained, the City will have to re-evaluate project timing. If the City accepts grant funds for this project it is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project will not proceed unless funding is obtained. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized at this time. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Grant application submitted in 2020. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 15 15 15 Construction 305 305 305 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$1155 $$330055 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$332200 $$332200 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)3 61 64 64 Grant Pending (Safety)12 244 256 256 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$1155 $$330055 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$332200 $$332200 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 15 305 0 0 0 0 0 320 320 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 15 305 0 0 0 0 0 320 320 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Crosswalk Program (OP14) $64,000. TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 91 of 210 33 -<< map Transportation Capital Projects T96 - NE 160th St Overlay Project DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project includes overlay of the existing pavement of NE 160th St (from 116th Ave NE to 121st Ave NE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay and striping work for each segment of the roadway. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This roadway is the main connecting arterial to a transit park and ride, Northshore Junior High School, Woodmoor Elementary, Evergreen Academy, Cedar Park Christian Schools, the Northshore Community Service Center and Interstate 405 interchange. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No maintenance and operating (M&O) costs are associated with the implementation of this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Design was completed in 2019 with local Annual Pavement Program funds. Federal grant funding has been awarded for the project in 2023. The City has accepted grant funds for this project and, therefore, is committed to completing the project per the schedule in the grant award. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Project has secured grant funding. Upon 2023-2024 Budget approval project will commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Design is complete. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 61 0 61 Construction 765 765 765 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$6611 $$00 $$00 $$77 6655 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$776655 $$882266 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Capital Improvement Fund (Real Estate Excise Tax 2nd Qtr.)48 48 48 Capital Improvement Fund (Solid Waste Management Fee)18 0 18 Capital Improvement Fund (Sawcut Fee Transfer)30 46 46 76 Capital Improvement Fund * (Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy)13 46 46 59 Grant Pending (Federal)625 625 625 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$6611 $$00 $$00 $$776655 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$776655 $$882266 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 61 0 0 765 0 0 0 0 765 826 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 61 0 0 765 0 0 0 0 765 826 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Allocated from Annual Overlay Program (OP3) $59,000. TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaann cceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuutt uurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 92 of 210 Sewer Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 93 of 210 Sewer Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents S1 - Annual Sewer Main Capital Replacement (not displayed on map) S2 - Annual Sewer Main Extension Program (not displayed on map) S3 - SR 522 Gravity Sewer Replacement S12 - Lift Station 4 Replacement S13 - Lift Station 1 Improvements November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 94 of 210 Sewer Capital Projects 2 DDoo llllaarrss iinn TThhoo uussaanndd ss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SS11 AA nnnnuuaall SSeewweerr MMaa iinn CC aapp iittaa ll RR eeppllaa cc eemmeenntt $$22,,008811 $$332266 $$22,,774477 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$221188 $$11,,442233 $$22,,447722 $$88,,888833 $$1100,,996644 Utilities - Sewer 2,081 326 2,647 512 1,185 218 1,423 2,472 8,783 10,864 Mitigation - Brightwater 100 100 100 TToo ttaall SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg $$22,,008811 $$332266 $$22,,774477 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$221188 $$11,,442233 $$22,,447722 $$88,,888833 $$1100,,996644 SS22 SSeewweerr MMaaiinn EE xx tteennssiioo nn PP rroo gg rraamm $$225500 $$225500 $$550000 $$550000 Utilities - Sewer 250 250 500 500 TToo ttaall SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$550000 $$550000 SS33 SSRR 552222 GGrraavv iittyy SSeewweerr RReeppllaa cc eemmeenntt $$220000 $$220000 $$220000 Utilities - Sewer 200 200 200 TToo ttaall SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$220000 $$220000 $$220000 SS1122 LL iifftt SSttaattiioo nn 44 RR eepp llaacc eemmeenntt $$6611 $$668855 $$668855 $$774466 Utilities - Sewer 61 685 685 746 TToo ttaall SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg $$6611 $$668855 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$668855 $$774466 SS1133 LL iifftt SSttaattiioo nn 11 II mmpp rroo vv eemmeennttss $$115500 $$11,,000000 $$11,,115500 $$11,,115500 Utilities - Sewer 150 1,000 1,150 1,150 TToo ttaall SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg $$00 $$115500 $$11,,000000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,115500 $$11,,115500 $$22,,114422 $$11,,116611 $$33,,999977 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$446688 $$11,,442233 $$22,,667722 $$1111,,441188 $$1133,,556600 2,142 1,161 3,997 512 1,185 468 1,423 2,672 11,418 13,560 $$22,,114422 $$11,,116611 $$33,,999977 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$446688 $$11,,442233 $$22,,667722 $$1111,,441188 $$1133,,556600 TToo ttaa ll EE ssttiimmaa tteedd 22002211--22002277 TToo ttaall EE ssttiimmaa tteedd PP rroo jjeecc tt FFuunndd iinngg TThhrruu 22002277 TTOOTTAA LL SSEE WWEE RR CC AA PP II TTAA LL PP RR OOJJ EE CC TTSS EE SSTTII MMAA TTEE DD CC OO SSTTSS SSeecc uurreedd FFuunndd iinngg BBuudd gg eetteedd EE ssttiimmaatteedd TTOO TTAA LL SSEE WWEE RR CC AA PP II TTAA LL PP RROO JJ EE CC TTSS EE SSTTII MMAA TTEE DD FFUU NNDDII NNGG SSOOUU RR CC EE SS CC FFPP NNoo ..CC FFPP PP rroo jjeecc tt NNaamm ee PP rroo jjeecc tteedd ttoo 22002200 Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Sewer Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 95 of 210 3-<< map Sewer Capital Projects S1 - Annual Sewer Main Capital Replacement DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 113 0 113 Construction 1,968 326 2,747 512 1,185 218 1,423 2,472 8,883 10,851 TTOO TTAALL EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$22,,008811 $$332266 $$22,,774477 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$221188 $$11,,442233 $$22,,447722 $$88,,888833 $$1100,,99 6644 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Mitigation - Brightwater 100 100 100 Utilities - Sewer 2,081 326 2,647 512 1,185 218 1,423 2,472 8,783 10,864 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$22,,008811 $$332266 $$22,,774477 $$551122 $$11,,118855 $$221188 $$11,,442233 $$22,,447722 $$88,,888833 $$1100,,99 6644 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurr eedd FFuunnddiinngg 2,081 326 2,747 512 1,185 218 1,423 2,472 8,883 10,964 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 2,081 326 2,747 512 1,185 218 1,423 2,472 8,883 10,964 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSS TTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall PPrr oojjee cctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EEssttiimmaatteedd SS EECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22 002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrr uu 22 002277 BBuuddggeetteedd BBuuddggeetteedd EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This program will provide sewer system improvements to repair or replace aging sewer mains, repair or upgrade sewer pump stations and other related infrastructure, and provide necessary capacity improvements and related planning and feasibility evaluations. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This program provides programmatic replacement of aging sewer infrastructure consistent with the City's Sewer Comprehensive Plan. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project benefits the City's annual sewer maintenance program by reducing problems through the construction of improvements, resulting in reduced cleaning, pipe repair and the number of responses required. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The sewer projects are coordinated with other projects to provide opportunities for efficiencies, cost savings, and reduced construction impacts. Some of the projects are identified and prioritized in the City's adopted 2018 Sewer Comprehensive Plan but some have been added based on updated information. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Sewer Replacement Program projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Program spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: In preparation for major projects, replacements/repairs are needed along these roads: E Riverside Dr, N Creek Pkwy S, Kaysner Way, Main St, Beardslee Blvd, 102 Ave NE, NE 180 St, 96 Ave NE, NE 191 St, NE 190 St, 242 St SE, 132 Ave NE, NE Riverbend Dr, NE 195 St, 100 Ave NE, 104 Ave NE, SR 522, NE 185th St, Bothell Way NE, NE 188 Pl, 101 Ave NE, 103 Ave NE.. Other replacement projects are identified in the adopted Sewer Comprehensive Plan and as stand-alone projects. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 96 of 210 4 -<< map Sewer Capital Projects S2 - Annual Sewer Main Extension Program DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Construction 250 250 500 500 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$550000 $$5500 00 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Sewer 250 250 500 500 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$00 $$00 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$2255 00 $$00 $$00 $$550000 $$5500 00 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 0 500 500 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 0 500 500 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt ss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrr oojjeeccttee dd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This program will extend sewer main to areas within the Bothell Retail Service Area boundary where on-site septic systems are failing within developed neighborhoods. Residents with on-site septic systems that have sewer main extended across their frontage as a result of these projects will be required to connect to the sewer system within 5 years as outlined in the Bothell Municipal Code. Proposed funding for this program includes Recovery Contracts, Utility Local Improvement Districts (ULIDS), and possible grant opportunities. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Failing septic systems endanger water quality and environmental health, which is why the Municipal Code requires homeowners to connect to public sewers if their on-site septic systems fails. However, installation of a new sewer main to connect to a public sewer can be a large financial burden for a homeowner. This program plans to address these issues by completing sewer main extensions with processes in place to recover the Sewer Utility’s investment as properties connect to public sewer. Connection to public sewers, and the associated General Facility Charge and monthly rates, typically costs less than installation of a replacement on-site system and provides on-going Utility revenue. This program will apply only to developed neighborhoods where the potential for redevelopment, and mandatory installation of public sewer, is low. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Sewer main extensions within this program are estimated to be typically 200 to 500 feet in length and will require nominal maintenance and operating costs for inspection and possible cleaning every few years. These projects will allow households with septic systems to connect to public sewer mains, improve environmental health, and provide increased long-term utility revenue. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: These sewer projects will be conducted every few years as money is saved and budgeted. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Sewer extension projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Program spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Projects are currently estimated to construct in 2022 and 2025. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 97 of 210 5 -<< map Sewer Capital Projects S3 - SR 522 Gravity Sewer Replacement DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City plans to replace approximately 250 LF of 12-inch gravity sewer along SR 522 near 102nd Avenue NE with 18-inch gravity sewer. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will correct an existing capacity deficiency. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No change from existing conditions. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is planned to be constructed in 2027. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This sewer project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This issue has been identified as needing improvements in the Sewer Comprehensive Plan and is planned to construct in 2027. DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 200 200 200 TTOOTTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSS TTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$220000 $$220000 $$220000 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Sewer 200 200 200 TTOOTTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$2200 00 $$220000 $$220000 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 200 200 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 200 200 TTOOTTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollllaarrss ii nn TThhoouu ssaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOOTTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurr ee MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 220022 11 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuu nnddiinngg TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppee nnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd SS ppeennddiinngg 220022 11 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22 002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppee nnddiinngg TThhrr uu 22002200 BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatt eedd FFuunnddiinngg 220022 11 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 98 of 210 6 -<< map Sewer Capital Projects S12 - Lift Station 4 Replacement DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Built in 1984, Lift Station 4 serves approximately 23 homes in the Camden Crest Basin. The station has reached the end of its usefulness and replacement parts have become difficult for City staff to obtain. The lift station will be replaced with a new lift station built to current City Standards. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This lift station was built in 1984 with components that are becoming difficult to find or not available. Replacement of the facility will reduce staff effort and expense associated with existing high maintenance and repair burden FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Replacement of the lift station will considerably reduce existing high maintenance and repair costs and effort. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Project should commence in 2021. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This sewer project will be designed dependent on the alternative selected. Construction will commence after design is complete and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Alternative analysis and design is planned for 2020. Construction is planned for 2021. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Design 61 0 61 Construction 685 685 685 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$6611 $$66 8855 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$668855 $$7744 66 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Sewer 61 685 685 746 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$6611 $$668855 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$668855 $$7744 66 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 61 685 0 0 0 0 0 0 685 746 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 61 685 0 0 0 0 0 0 685 746 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt ss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrr oojjeeccttee dd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo AAddddiittiioonnaall MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 99 of 210 7 -<< map Sewer Capital Projects S13 - Lift Station 1 Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Lift Station 1 was originally built in 1990. In 2008, the two main pumps at the station were replaced and an additional bypass vault and pump was added. The station has limited wet well storage and no space at its current location to increase wet well capacity. The City is considering alternatives to alleviate the condition. These options include: • Construct a siphon between the existing lift station and the King County Interceptor on the north side of the Sammamish River; abandon existing lift station. • Construct a tight line that allows a portion of the Waynita basin to be served by gravity and the remaining portion to be served by the existing lift station. • Relocate lift station to Wayne Golf Course to provide for more wet well storage. • Add storage capacity to the existing station. The estimated project cost will be adjusted depending on the alternative selected. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This lift station was built in 1990. Improvements to increase wet well storage space will reduce staff response efforts during high flow, repair expenses, and the potential for an inadvertent sewage release. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Depends on the solution that is selected, but will result in a decrease in from the existing condition. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Project design will begin in 2021 with construction following in 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This sewer project will be designed dependent on the alternative selected. Construction will commence after design is complete and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Pre-design is currently being worked on with construction plans for 2021. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Design 150 150 150 Construction 1,000 1,000 1,000 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS $$00 $$11 5500 $$11 ,,000000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,115500 $$11,,1155 00 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Sewer 150 1,000 1,150 1,150 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG $$00 $$115500 $$11,,000000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,115500 $$11,,1155 00 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 0 150 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,150 1,150 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 150 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,150 1,150 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22 002222 22002233 22002244 2200 2255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd SSppeennddii nngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToott aall EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt ss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojj eecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEsstt ii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22 002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrr oojjeeccttee dd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22 002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 100 of 210 Storm & Surface WaterCapital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 101 of 210 Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents SW1 - Annual Storm & Surface Water Capital Replacement (not displayed on map) SW2 - Annual Storm & Surface Water Retrofit Capital Improvements (not displayed on map) SW11 - Horse Creek Improvements SW12 - Sammamish River Side Channel Restoration SW13 - Downtown Revitalization Utility Improvements (not displayed on map) SW14 - Blyth Creek Erosion Control SW20 - Sammamish River & Waynita Creek Restoration SW22 - Perry Creek & 228th St SE Culverts SW23 - 35th Ave SE Drainage Improvements SW25 - Norway Hill - 104th Ave from 16039 to 15949 SW26 - Pioneer Hills - Replacement of CMP November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 102 of 210 Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects 2 DDoollllaarrss iinn TThh oouu ss aann ddss ((00 0000 )) 22 00 22 11 22 0022 22 22 00 22 33 22 00 22 44 2200 2255 22 00 2266 22 00 22 77 SS WW11 AAnnnn uuaall SS ttoorrmm && SS uurrffaaccee WWaatteerr CC aappiittaall IImmpprroovvee mmee nn ttss $$55 ,,00 0022 $$22 7766 $$11 ,,99 22 00 $$33 22 11 $$3333 77 $$77 11 66 $$11 ,,88 9955 $$44 3322 $$55,,8899 77 $$11 00 ,,88 99 99 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 4,964 276 1,920 321 337 716 1,895 432 5,897 10,861 Grants 38 0 38 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$55 ,,00 0022 $$22 7766 $$11 ,,99 22 00 $$33 22 11 $$3333 77 $$77 11 66 $$11 ,,88 9955 $$44 3322 $$55,,8899 77 $$11 00 ,,88 99 99 SS WW22 AAnnnn uuaall SS ttoorrmm && SS uurrffaaccee WWaatteerr RRee ttrrooff iitt CCaappiittaall IImmpprroovveemmee nnttss $$11 0000 $$11 00 00 $$11 00 00 $$1100 00 $$11 00 00 $$11 00 00 $$11 0000 $$77 00 00 $$77 00 00 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 700 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$11 0000 $$11 00 00 $$11 00 00 $$1100 00 $$11 00 00 $$11 00 00 $$11 0000 $$77 00 00 $$77 00 00 SS WW11 11 HHoorrss ee CCrree ee kk IImmpprroovvee mmee nn ttss $$1199 ,,66 44 55 $$6677 $$66 77 $$11 33 44 $$11 99 ,,77 77 99 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 4,886 67 67 134 5,020 Utilities - Sewer & Water 1,257 0 1,257 Bonds/Loans 13,300 0 13,300 Other Resources 202 0 202 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$1199 ,,66 44 55 $$6677 $$66 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 33 44 $$11 99 ,,77 77 99 SS WW11 22 SS aammmmaammiiss hh RRiivvee rr SS iiddee CC hh aann nn ee ll RRee ss ttoorraattiioonn $$11 ,,44 9922 $$1188 $$88 55 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$1188 $$11 99 33 $$11 ,,66 88 55 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 296 18 85 18 18 18 18 18 193 489 Grants 1,196 0 1,196 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$11 ,,44 9922 $$1188 $$88 55 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$11 88 $$1188 $$11 99 33 $$11 ,,66 88 55 SS WW11 33 DDoowwnn ttoowwnn RRee vviittaalliizzaattiioonn UUttiilliittyy IImmpprroovveemmee nnttss $$22 ,,11 6655 $$55 22 00 $$55 22 00 $$22 ,,66 88 55 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 2,165 520 520 2,685 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$22 ,,11 6655 $$00 $$55 22 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 22 00 $$22 ,,66 88 55 SS WW11 44 BBllyytthh CCrree ee kk EErrooss iioonn CC oonn ttrrooll $$33 55 22 $$55 0000 $$55 00 00 $$88 55 22 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 152 300 300 452 Grants 200 200 200 400 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$33 55 22 $$55 0000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 00 00 $$88 55 22 SS WW22 00 SS aammmmaammiiss hh RRiivvee rr && WWaayynn iittaa CCrree ee kk RRee ssttoorraattiioonn $$66 5500 $$66 55 00 $$11,,3300 00 $$11 ,,33 00 00 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 467 650 1,117 1,117 Grants 183 183 183 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$66 5500 $$66 55 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,3300 00 $$11 ,,33 00 00 SS WW22 22 PPee rrrryy CCrree ee kk && 22 2288 tthh SS tt SS EE CCuullvvee rrttss $$22 88 22 $$55 $$55 $$11 00 $$22 99 22 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 282 5 5 10 292 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$22 88 22 $$55 $$55 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 00 $$22 99 22 CCFFPP NNoo..CCFF PP PPrroojjeecctt NNaammee PPrroojjee ccttee dd ttoo 22 00 22 00 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaatteedd 22 00 22 11 --22 0022 77 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjee cctt FF uu nn ddiinn gg TT hh rruu 22 00 22 77 BBuuddggee ttee dd EEss ttiimmaattee dd Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 103 of 210 Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects 3 SS WW22 33 33 55 tthh AAvvee SS EE DDrraaiinn aaggee IImmpprroovveemmee nnttss $$33 11 00 $$22 0000 $$11 ,,99 00 00 $$11,,9900 00 $$44,,0000 00 $$44 ,,33 11 00 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 215 1,800 1,900 3,700 3,915 Grants 95 200 100 300 395 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$33 11 00 $$22 0000 $$11 ,,99 00 00 $$11,,9900 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,0000 00 $$44 ,,33 11 00 SS WW22 55 NNoorrwwaayy HHiillll -- 11 00 44 tthh AAvvee ff rroomm 1166 00 33 99 ttoo 11 55 99 44 99 $$88 00 $$22 55 00 $$33 33 00 $$33 33 00 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 80 250 330 330 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$88 00 $$22 55 00 $$00 $$00 $$33 33 00 $$33 33 00 SS WW22 66 PPiioonn ee ee rr HHiillllss -- RReeppllaaccee mmee nn tt ooff CCMMPP $$11 55 55 $$11 ,,00 00 77 $$11,,1166 22 $$11 ,,11 66 22 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 155 1,007 1,162 1,162 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 55 55 $$11 ,,00 00 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,1166 22 $$11 ,,11 66 22 $$22 99 ,,224488 $$11 ,,881166 $$55,,22 4477 $$22,,44 99 44 $$11,,5544 22 $$11,,0088 44 $$22 ,,001133 $$555500 $$1144,,77 44 66 $$44 33,,9999 44 29,248 1,816 5,247 2,494 1,542 1,084 2,013 550 14,746 43,994 $$22 99 ,,224488 $$11 ,,881166 $$55,,22 4477 $$22,,44 99 44 $$11,,5544 22 $$11,,0088 44 $$22 ,,001133 $$555500 $$1144,,77 44 66 $$44 33,,9999 44TTOOTTAALL SS TTOO RRMM && SSUURRFF AACCEE WW AATTEERR CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESSTTII MMAATTEEDD FFUUNNDD II NNGG SSOO UURRCCEESS TTOO TTAALL SSTTOO RRMM && SSUURRFFAACCEE WW AATTEERR CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SS TTSS SSeeccuurreedd FF uunnddii nn gg Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Storm Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 104 of 210 4-<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW1 - Annual Storm & Surface Water Capital Replacement DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 338 0 338 Construction 4,664 276 1,920 321 337 716 1,895 432 5,897 10,561 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$55,,000022 $$227766 $$11,,992200 $$332211 $$333377 $$77 1166 $$11,,889955 $$443322 $$55,,889977 $$1100,,889999 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Grant Awarded (KC Flood Conservation District)38 0 38 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 4,964 276 1,920 321 337 716 1,895 432 5,897 10,861 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$55,,000022 $$227766 $$11,,992200 $$332211 $$333377 $$771166 $$11,,889955 $$44 3322 $$55,,889977 $$1100,,889999 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 5,002 276 1,920 321 337 716 1,895 432 5,897 10,899 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 5,002 276 1,920 321 337 716 1,895 432 5,897 10,899 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd BBuuddggeetteedd DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Annual capital projects to correct existing storm & surface water deficiencies, prevent flooding, and replace aging infrastructure in conjunction with other utility and transportation projects. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: These projects will reduce flooding, erosion, and improve water quality, as well as maintain the integrity of the storm & surface water infrastructure. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: These projects benefit the City's annual storm & surface water maintenance program by reducing the amount of unscheduled maintenance. This is accomplished through the elimination of root intrusion, replacement of failed and aging infrastructure, increased pipe capacity, elimination of excessive erosion, and better stormwater catchment. Construction of these improvements should also reduce cleaning frequency, pipe repair, and the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized annually. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Storm & Surface Water Capital Improvement projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Funding has been planned through the Storm and Surface Water Master Plan and in conjunction with citywide projects identified through aging or failed utility infrastructures throughout the City. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 105 of 210 5 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW2 - Annual Storm & Surface Water Retrofit Capital Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Biennial capital projects to correct and improve capacity and water quality of existing storm & surface water facilities. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: These projects will reduce flooding and erosion and improve water quality, as well as maintain the integrity of the storm & surface water infrastructure. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: These projects benefit the City's annual storm & surface water maintenance program by reducing flooding through increased stormwater storage and capacity, and improves water quality through the installation of enhanced water quality treatment. Construction of these improvements will improve function and reduce the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized annually. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Storm & Surface Water Retrofit Capital Improvement projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Funding has been planned through the Surface Water Master Plan and in conjunction with citywide projects identified through aging or failed utility infrastructures throughout the City. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 700 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$11 0000 $$110000 $$110000 $$7700 00 $$770000 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 700 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$110000 $$11 0000 $$7700 00 $$770000 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 700 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 700 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 106 of 210 6 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW11 - Horse Creek Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project replaced the Horse Creek piped system with a hybrid open-channel/culvert system along 98th Ave NE. The system was designed to convey flows exceeding the 100-year storm event and meets the fish passage criteria established by the State Department of Fish and Wildlife. The project begins at NE 188th St, north of Pop Keeney Field, and extends along 98th Ave to the Sammamish River. The stream is within an open channel south of the realigned SR 522. The cost for the culvert beneath SR 522 was excluded from this project cost. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The previous Horse Creek piped system through downtown did not adequately pass large storm event flows, which put downtown properties at risk for flooding. With downtown redevelopment underway, it was critical to improve the capacity and reliability of Horse Creek. This project protects existing and future downtown investments. The location of the former pipe also impeded redevelopment of key downtown properties. This project eliminated this obstacle. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The future maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that was added by this project. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is complete. An environmental permit requires monitoring and maintenance of stream restoration areas through 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This storm & surface water project was approved to commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is complete. An environmental permit requires monitoring and maintenance of stream restoration areas through 2022. DDoollll aarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 2,524 0 2,524 ROW Acquisition **1,880 0 1,880 Construction 15,241 67 67 134 15,375 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$1199,,664455 $$6677 $$6677 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$113344 $$1199,,777799 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Revenue Bond 12,500 0 12,500 Contributions (Developers) ****38 0 38 Non-City Utility Costs ******164 0 164 Public Works Trust Fund 800 0 800 Utilities - Sewer 806 0 806 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 4,886 67 67 134 5,020 Utilities - Water 451 0 451 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$1199,,664455 $$6677 $$66 77 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$113344 $$1199,,777799 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddiinngg 19,645 67 67 0 0 0 0 0 134 19,779 EEsstt ii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoosstt 19,645 67 67 0 0 0 0 0 134 19,779 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDoollll aarrss ii nn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 ** Does not include the cost of ROW obtained by exchanging surplus property for required land. **** Developers Contribution: McMenamin's ****** Non-City utility providers compensate for their share in construction costs: Frontier $132K and Comcast $32K. TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT IInnccoorrppoorraattee dd iinnttoo 22 002211--22002222 BB uuddggeett PPRROOJJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeett eedd EEssttii mmaatt eedd TToott aall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEssttii mmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 BB uuddggeett eedd TToottaall EEsstt ii mmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatt eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEsstt ii mmaatt eedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 22002200 EEssttii mmaatt eedd EEssttii mmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BB uuddggeett eedd BB uuddggeett eedd November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 107 of 210 7 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW12 - Sammamish River Side Channel Restoration DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project enhanced and reconnected riparian wetlands and remnant side channels on the left bank of the Sammamish River adjacent to 102nd Ave Bridge. Wetland mitigation on this project will require monitoring and maintenance through 2027. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This goal of this project was to restore highly valuable salmon habitat, improve water quality, increase habitat diversity for wildlife (amphibians, insects, birds and mammals), and reduce potential of downstream flooding by adding water storage capacity to the Sammamish River floodplain. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Maintenance and operating (M&O) costs were developed by analyzing the infrastructure that will be added by this project. Costs associated with the required ten years of maintenance activities and materials are included in the stormwater utility budget. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Construction began in summer 2016 and was completed in 2018. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This storm & surface water project was approved to commence. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is complete. Environmental permitting and grant reporting requires monitoring and maintenance of stream creation and wetland restoration areas through 2027. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 360 0 360 Construction 1,132 18 85 18 18 18 18 18 193 1,325 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$11,,449922 $$1188 $$8855 $$1188 $$1188 $$1188 $$11 88 $$1188 $$1199 33 $$11,,668855 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Grant Awarded (KC Coop Watershed)268 0 268 Grant Awarded (KC Conservation District)75 0 75 Grant Awarded (Wa St RCO)853 0 853 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 296 18 85 18 18 18 18 18 193 489 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$11,,449922 $$1188 $$8855 $$1188 $$1188 $$1188 $$1188 $$1188 $$1199 33 $$11,,668855 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 1,492 18 85 18 18 18 18 18 193 1,685 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 1,492 18 85 18 18 18 18 18 193 1,685 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 $$1111 $$1111 $$1111 $$1111 $$1111 $$11 11 $$1111 DD ooll ll aarr ss ii nnccll uuddee ..001199 FFTTEE ssttaarrttii nngg iinn 22001199 SSttoorr mm && SSuurrffaaccee WWaatteerr FFuunndd 77Dollars include .02 FTE starting in 2019 TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$7777 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 108 of 210 8 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW13 - Downtown Revitalization Utility Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: Capital projects to correct existing storm & surface water deficiencies, prevent flooding, and replace aging infrastructure in the Downtown Revitalization Area. The projects are identified in the April 2011 Downtown Revitalization Utility Phasing, Cost partitioning, and Financing Study by Gray and Osborne, Inc. The Downtown Study identifies the City Utility portion/share of the Storm & Surface Water System improvements (as well as identifying developer costs). JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: These projects will reduce flooding and erosion and improve water quality, as well as maintain the integrity of the storm & surface water infrastructure. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project benefits the City's annual storm & surface water maintenance program, it reduces flooding through the elimination of root intrusion, increase in pipe capacity, elimination of excessive erosion and better catchment. Construction of these improvements will reduce cleaning, pipe repair and the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized annually. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Storm & Surface Water projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Program spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Projects may be advanced to coincide with downtown developments' construction timing. The following projects are currently identified: NE 182nd St (96th Ave NE to 97th Ave NE), Ormbrek, and daylighting unnamed stream south of SR 522. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 156 0 156 Construction 2,009 520 520 2,529 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$22,,116655 $$00 $$552200 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5522 00 $$22,,668855 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 2,165 520 520 2,685 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$22,,116655 $$00 $$552200 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5522 00 $$22,,668855 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 2,165 0 520 0 0 0 0 0 520 2,685 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 2,165 0 520 0 0 0 0 0 520 2,685 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd BBuuddggeetteedd November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 109 of 210 9 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW14 - Blyth Creek Erosion Control DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will reduce stream erosion in Blyth Creek by installing log structures and side slope stabilization and renovating the City-maintained sediment basin to improve capacity, reduce maintenance, and improve water quality of the Sammamish River. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Stream erosion in Blyth Creek produces sediments which are captured in a downstream pond prior to discharge to the Sammamish River. The sediment overwhelms the pond and overflows into the Sammamish River despite the City's annual pond dredging. Citizens have voiced concern over the turbidity levels in the River and the enlarging sediment bar downstream of the confluence with the Sammamish River. The City identified sediment erosion as an issue in the Master Plan for Blyth Park in 2011. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Installation of log structures, slope stabilization and renovation of the sediment pond will not result in additional maintenance and operations demands. The project seeks to lower current maintenance costs by reducing the annual need for dredging. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Delay in renovating the sediment pond will require the current high level of maintenance activity to continue with the possibility of sediment discharge into the Sammamish River. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Grant funding for design and construction has been secured through King County Flood District Opportunity Funds and includes a match from City utility funds. Sources of grant funds for final design and construction have been identified through the same King County Flood District and will be secured for each phase of the project. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Design approval, permitting, and associated grant funding for all phases are all potential stopping points. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Concept design was funded by a King County Flood District grant and was completed in November 2013. Final design is currently underway and expected to be completed in 2020 with construction scheduled for the summer of 2021, depending on receipt of grant funding. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 139 0 139 Construction 213 500 500 713 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$335522 $$550000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5500 00 $$885522 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Grant Pending (KC Flood District)200 200 200 400 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 152 300 300 452 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$335522 $$550000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5500 00 $$885522 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 352 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 852 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 352 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 500 852 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 110 of 210 10 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW20 - Sammamish River & Waynita Creek Restoration DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project includes stream and wetland habitat restoration for the east side of the former Wayne Golf Course property. It includes 1,000 linear feet of the south bank of the Sammamish River along with the mouth and lower reach of Waynita Creek and reconnection with unnamed tributaries and wetlands in the confluence area to address fish refuge and water temperature. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The Sammamish River channel has been modified from its historic conditions and the habitat suffers from a combination of fish passage issues, disconnected and degraded riparian habitat and side channels, and lack of cool-water refuge pools. Fish habitat and water quality are impacted by the current conditions. US EPA and the State Department of Ecology have identified concerns with water temperature and dissolved oxygen in the Sammamish River through Bothell. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Maintenance and operating (M&O) costs will be developed when design is closer to completion by analyzing the plantings and infrastructure added by this project. Costs associated with the required ten years of maintenance activities and materials are included in the stormwater utility budget. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Agreements were made to conserve and restore the area as part of the property acquisition. Grant funding is available if the project is combined with the water rights given to the site. Design and construction will depend on the concept chosen by City Council and associated available grant funding. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: The project could begin design in 2021-2022 if a concept is approved and grant funding is secured. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Conceptual design approval, permitting, and associated grant funding for all phases are all potential stopping points. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Property acquisition is complete. Conceptual design is underway with final design scheduled for 2021- 2022. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 0 0 Construction 650 650 1,300 1,300 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$665500 $$665500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,330000 $$11,,330000 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Grant Pending (Federal)183 183 183 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 467 650 1,117 1,117 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$665500 $$665500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,330000 $$11,,330000 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 650 650 0 0 0 0 0 1,300 1,300 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 650 650 0 0 0 0 0 1,300 1,300 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 111 of 210 11 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW22 - Perry Creek & 228th St SE Culverts DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project involved removing an existing access road culvert and reworking the stream just east of the 19th Ave SE culvert. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: While the 2009 culvert replacement under 19th Ave SE addressed most of the flooding issues in this location, a short culvert under a maintenance access road continued to provide a restriction. This project eliminated the restriction. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Minor costs associated with new storm pipe and culvert - offset by lower flood response costs. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This project is complete except for permit-required monitoring and maintenance of the restoration work. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This project is complete. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: This project is complete. SSTTAATTUUSS:: The project is complete. An environmental permit requires monitoring and maintenance of plantings within the restoration areas through 2023. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 282 5 5 10 292 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$228822 $$55 $$55 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 10 292 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 282 5 5 10 292 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$228822 $$55 $$55 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1100 $$229922 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 282 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 292 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 282 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 292 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 112 of 210 12 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW23 - 35th Ave SE Drainage Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project addresses an area-wide flooding issue along 35th Ave SE between Cole/Woods Creek and 240th St SE Design will include a combination of a new fish-passage culvert for Cole/Woods Creek under 35th Ave SE and selected downstream conveyance improvements, such as culvert and pipe upgrades. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: Flooding occurred over multiple years at the creek crossing at 23600 block of 35th Ave SE and along 35th Ave SE corridor between 228th St SE and 240th St SE overflowing from the north down the ditch lines. Culverts and inlets were clogged with debris and the culverts are undersized. During the December 3, 2007 storm, the ditch overtopped 35th Ave SE and flowed into Monte Villa Business Park. This ditch overflows almost every rain event, Two Ops crew members spent a combination of ten overtime and regular hours at this location in 2019-through the first half of 2020 A full buildout analysis of the basin determined changes that needed to be made including a new culvert at the Cole/ Woods Creek crossing. Cole/Woods Creek currently exceeds the capacity of its culvert, splitting the flows and sending creek water south on 35th Ave NE, affecting the roadway capacity. The design calls for water to flow to its natural discharge location so this portion of the project seeks to restore Cole/Woods Creek to its channel. In addition, a couple of restriction points in the 35th Ave SE and 240th St SE stormwater conveyance system will be upsized to reduce the future potential of flooding. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project will reduce the need for response due to flooding through the replacement of failed and aging infrastructure, increased pipe capacity, elimination of excessive erosion, and better stormwater catchment. Construction of these improvements will reduce cleaning, pipe repair, and the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Fish passable culvert replacement where Cole/Woods Creek crosses under 35th Ave SE has been identified as a high-priority by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Planning and preliminary design of the Cole/Woods Creek culvert began in 2019. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Agreements with adjacent property owners are necessary prior to construction of this project. The project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City’s budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Basin analysis and design for replacement of the 236th St SE culvert were completed in 2018. Conceptual design for the Cole/Woods fish passable culvert is currently underway. Permitting and final design is scheduled for 2021 with construction scheduled to continue through 2023. DD ooll ll aarrss ii nn TThh oouussaannddss ((00 0000)) 22002211 22002222 220022 33 2200 2244 22 002255 2200 2266 22 002277 Design 95 0 95 Construction 215 200 1,900 1,900 4,000 4,215 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$331100 $$220000 $$11,,990000 $$11,,990000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,000000 $$44 ,,331100 22002211 22002222 220022 33 2200 2244 22 002255 2200 2266 22 002277 Grant Pending (Federal)95 200 100 300 395 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 215 1,800 1,900 3,700 3,915 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$331100 $$220000 $$11,,990000 $$11,,990000 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$44,,000000 $$44 ,,331100 22002211 22002222 220022 33 2200 2244 22 002255 2200 2266 22 002277 SSee ccuurree dd FFuu nnddiinn gg 310 200 1,900 1,900 0 0 0 0 4,000 4,310 EEsstt iimm aatt eedd PPrroojjee cctt CCoosstt 310 200 1,900 1,900 0 0 0 0 4,000 4,310 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD ooll ll aarrss ii nn TThh oouussaannddss ((00 0000)) 22002211 22002222 220022 33 2200 2244 22 002255 2200 2266 22 002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eeccttee dd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojjeecctt VVaarrii aanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrroojjee cctt FF uunnddii nngg TThh rruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjee cctt FFuunnddii nngg TThh rruu 22002277 EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOO SSTTSS PPrroojj eecctt eedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojjee cctt CCoossttss TThh rruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FF UUNNDD IINNGG PPrroojj eecctt eedd SSppeennddii nngg TThhrruu 220022 00 BB uuddggee tteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd EEssttii mmaatteedd FFuunn ddii nngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 113 of 210 13 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW25 - Norway Hill - 104th Ave from 16039 to 15949 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 80 80 80 Construction 250 250 250 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$22 5500 $$00 $$00 $$3333 00 $$333300 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 80 250 330 330 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$8800 $$225500 $$00 $$00 $$3333 00 $$333300 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 0 0 80 250 0 0 330 330 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 80 250 0 0 330 330 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will improve roadside drainage flowing south along 104th Ave. Design could include a combination of improved ditch and pipe conveyance and a more appropriate discharge point to reduce potential erosion and sloughing. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This neighborhood has insufficient drainage causing a ditch to pond, overflow, and discharge onto private property. Drainage south along 104th is insufficient and outlets at the top of a landslide slope. In the past, King County would clear the ditch whenever it filled, but a more permanent solution to prevent flooding is needed to prevent water encroachment on the roadway and private property. Operations spent 24 Overtime and Regular hours at this location working to prevent flooding in 2019 and the first part of 2020 FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project reduces flooding through drainage improvement and elimination of excessive erosion. Construction of these improvements will reduce the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This project could be pursued during 2024 for design. Construction would likely take place in 2025. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Storm & Surface Water Capital Improvement projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Surface Water has identified the issue and is requesting funds to study the area. .. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 114 of 210 14 -<< map Storm & Surface Water Capital Projects SW26 - Pioneer Hills - Replacement of CMP DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 155 155 155 Construction 1,007 1,007 1,007 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$115555 $$11,,000077 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,116622 $$11,,116622 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Storm & Surface Water 155 1,007 1,162 1,162 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$115555 $$11,,000077 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11,,116622 $$11,,116622 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 0 155 1,007 0 0 0 1,162 1,162 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 155 1,007 0 0 0 1,162 1,162 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will replace the existing corrugated metal pipe conveyance system in the Pioneer Hills neighborhood. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The corrugated metal piping within the Pioneer Hills neighborhood has disintegrated to the point where stormwater is no longer being conveyed to the appropriate discharge point. Design will replace the existing pipe conveyance system to reduce potential flooding and erosion. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Replacement of this piped system will improve stormwater conveyance, protect the road system, and reduce the number of responses required during major rain events. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This project could be pursued during 2024 for design. Construction would likely take place in 2025. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Storm & Surface Water Capital Improvement projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Storm Operations has identified the issue and Surface Water is requesting funds for full pipe replacement. 2023 2024 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 115 of 210 WaterCapital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 116 of 210 Water Capital Projects 1<< Table of Contents W1 - Annual Water Main Capital Replacement (not displayed on map) W2 - Annual Water Facility Improvements (not displayed on map) W3 - Piper’s Glen Transmission Main W4 - AWWD Intertie - Site 15 Adjustments W5 - Valhalla Utility Project W6 - Morningside Water System Improvements W7 - Bothell High School Utility Project W8 - Northshore Utility District Norway Hill Intertie W9 - Lower Maywood Hills Utility Project W10 - Bloomberg Reservoir Painting November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 117 of 210 Water Capital Projects 2 DDoollllaarrss iinn TThh oouu ss aann ddss ((00 00 00 )) 22 00 22 11 22 0022 22 22 00 22 33 22 00 2244 2200 22 55 22 00 22 66 22 0022 77 WW11 AAnnnn uuaall WWaattee rr MMaaiinn CCaappiittaall RRee ppllaaccee mmee nn tt $$66,,88 00 33 $$22 66 33 $$11 ,,44 8833 $$11 ,,11 7788 $$44 55 33 $$33 2200 $$77 99 44 $$44,,44 99 11 $$11 11,,22 99 44 Utilities - Water 6,803 263 1,483 1,178 453 320 794 4,491 11,294 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$66,,88 00 33 $$22 66 33 $$11 ,,44 8833 $$11 ,,11 7788 $$44 55 33 $$33 2200 $$77 99 44 $$00 $$44,,44 99 11 $$11 11,,22 99 44 WW22 AAnnnn uuaall WWaattee rr FF aacciilliittyy IImmpprroovvee mmee nn ttss $$5500 $$5500 $$55 00 $$55 00 $$55 00 $$5500 $$5500 $$33 5500 $$3355 00 Utilities - Water 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 350 350 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$5500 $$5500 $$55 00 $$55 00 $$55 00 $$5500 $$5500 $$33 5500 $$3355 00 WW33 PPiippee rr’’ss GGllee nn TTrraannss mmiiss ss iioonn MMaaiinn ((DD--1100 ))$$3300 44 $$33 0044 $$3300 44 Utilities - Water 304 304 304 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$3300 44 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$33 0044 $$3300 44 WW44 AAWWWWDD IInn ttee rrttiiee –– SS iittee 11 55 AAddjjuu ss ttmmee nnttss $$7755 $$77 55 $$77 55 Utilities - Water 75 75 75 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$77 55 $$77 55 WW55 VVaallhh aallllaa UUttiilliittyy PPrroojjeecctt $$33 55 77 $$22 ,,33 3344 $$22,,66 99 11 $$22 ,,66 9911 Utilities - Water 357 2,334 2,691 2,691 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$33 55 77 $$22 ,,33 3344 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,66 99 11 $$22 ,,66 9911 WW66 MMoorrnniinn ggss iiddee WWaattee rr SS yyss ttee mm IImmpprroovveemmee nnttss $$11 4422 $$11 66 00 $$11 6600 $$3300 22 Utilities - Water 142 160 160 302 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$11 4422 $$11 66 00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 6600 $$3300 22 WW77 BBootthh ee llll HHiigghh SS cchh ooooll UUttiilliittyy PPrroojjee cctt $$11 88 66 $$11 8866 $$1188 66 Utilities - Water 186 186 186 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$11 88 66 $$11 8866 $$1188 66 WW88 NNoorrtthhss hhoorree UUttiilliittyy DDiiss ttrriicctt NNoorrwwaayy HHiillll IInn ttee rrttiiee $$5500 $$55 00 $$55 00 Utilities - Water 50 50 50 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$5500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 00 $$55 00 WW99 LLoowweerr MMaayywwoooodd HHiillllss UUttiilliittyy PPrroojjee cctt $$55 99 99 $$11 ,,99 55 77 $$22,,55 55 66 $$22 ,,55 5566 Utilities - Water 599 1,957 2,556 2,556 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$55 99 99 $$11 ,,99 55 77 $$22,,55 55 66 $$22 ,,55 5566 WW11 00 BBlloooommbbee rrgg RRee ss ee rrvvooiirr PPaaiinn ttiinn gg $$11 33 $$8822 88 $$88 2288 $$8844 11 Utilities - Water 13 828 828 841 TToottaall SSee ccuu rree dd FF uu nnddiinn gg $$11 33 $$00 $$00 $$8822 88 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$88 2288 $$8844 11 $$66,,9955 88 $$88 88 00 $$44,,224466 $$22 ,,00 5566 $$550033 $$33 7700 $$11,,444433 $$22,,119933 $$11 11,,669911 $$1188 ,,66 44 99 6,958 880 4,246 2,056 503 370 1,443 2,193 11,691 18,649 $$66,,9955 88 $$88 88 00 $$44,,224466 $$22 ,,00 5566 $$550033 $$33 7700 $$11,,444433 $$22,,119933 $$11 11,,669911 $$1188 ,,66 44 99TTOOTTAALL WWAATTEERR CCAAPPIITTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESS TTIIMMAATTEEDD FF UUNNDDIINNGG SS OO UURRCCEESS CCFF PP NNoo..CCFF PP PPrroojjee cctt NNaammee PPrroojjeeccttee dd ttoo 2200 2200 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaatteedd 22 00 2211 --22 0022 77 TToottaall EEss ttiimmaattee dd PPrroojjeecctt FF uunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22 00 22 77 TTOO TTAALL WWAATTEERR CCAAPPII TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTTSS EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOO SSTTSS SS eeccuurr ee dd FFuunn ddii nngg BBuu ddggee ttee dd EEss ttiimmaatteedd Estimated Costs & Funding Sources Summary of Water Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 118 of 210 3-<< map Water Capital Projects W1 - Annual Water Main Capital Replacement DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 712 0 712 Construction 6,091 263 1,483 1,178 453 320 794 4,491 10,582 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$66,,880033 $$226633 $$11,,448833 $$11,,1177 88 $$445533 $$33 2200 $$779944 $$00 $$44,,449911 $$1111,,229944 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 6,803 263 1,483 1,178 453 320 794 4,491 11,294 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$66,,880033 $$226633 $$11,,448833 $$11,,117788 $$445533 $$332200 $$779944 $$00 $$44,,449911 $$1111,,229944 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 6,803 263 1,483 1,178 453 320 794 0 4,491 11,294 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 6,803 263 1,483 1,178 453 320 794 0 4,491 11,294 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd BBuuddggeetteedd TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This program will provide water system improvements that will either repair or replace aging mains and other related water components, or provide necessary level-of-service improvements to improve pressure, water quality and/or fire flow. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This program provides improvements to meet the water system needs identified in the Water Comprehensive Plan and in coordination with major street reconstruction and overlay projects. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project benefits the City's annual water maintenance program, it reduces maintenance and fire flow problems by installation of larger and newer watermains. Construction of these improvements will reduce pipe repair and the number of responses required. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Water Replacement Program projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: In preparation for major projects, replacements/repairs are needed along these roads: E Riverside Dr, Riverside Pl, Kaysner Way, Beardslee Blvd, Main St, 102 Ave NE, Sunrise Dr, Beardslee Pl, NE 180 St, 96 Ave NE, 93 Pl NE, NE 191 St, QFC parking lot, NE 190 St, 101 Pl NE, 103 Ave NE, NE 192 St, 32 Ave NE, 100 Ave NE, 104 Ave NE, NE 202 Pl, SR 522, NE 185 St, Bothell Way NE, 105 Ave NE. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 119 of 210 4-<< map Water Capital Projects DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This program will provide water system improvements that will either repair or replace aging water components, structures, or provide necessary level-of-service improvements and evaluations not specifically associated with watermain replacement to improve pressure, water quality and/or fire flow. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This program provides improvements to meet the water system needs identified in the Water Comprehensive Plan by improving reliability, water quality, and fire flow. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: This project benefits the City's annual water maintenance program, it reduces maintenance and fire flow problems by installation of new and replacement pumps, meters, water quality equipment, and other associated infrastructure. Construction of these improvements will reduce repairs and the number of responses required. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: Annual Water Facility Improvement projects are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: PRV Station #2 Upgrade (PZ-1), New 498 Pressure Zone (PZ-3), NUD Norway Hill Intertie (G-5). DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 350 350 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$55 00 $$5500 $$3355 00 $$335500 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 350 350 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$5500 $$3355 00 $$335500 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 350 350 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 350 350 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 W2 - Annual Water Facility Improvements November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 120 of 210 5 -<< map Water Capital Projects W3 - Piper’s Glen Transmission Main DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City plans to install 1,300 LF of 12-inch DI pipe from Site No. 1 to the proposed Piper’s Glen development off of Waynita Drive. The development is currently being served by Northshore Utility District until the City builds this transmission main. The main will also serve as an additional source connection to the 284 Zone, which may improve fire flows along Waynita Drive. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will provide water to a newer section of the service area and will improve fire flows. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Adding new piping will have associated typical M & O costs including watermain flushing, valve exercising, and replacement at the end of useful lifespan. However, completion of this project will improve reliability to the area which should reduce service disruption and reduce wholesale water purchase costs by replacing high-cost Northshore Utility District water purchase. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan and is planned to be constructed in 2022 in association with private development work. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Project is anticipated to commence in 2022. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 304 304 304 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$330044 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3300 44 $$330044 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 304 304 304 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$330044 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$3300 44 $$330044 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 304 0 0 0 0 0 304 304 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 304 0 0 0 0 0 304 304 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 121 of 210 6-<< map Water Capital Projects W4 - AWWD Intertie - Site 15 Adjustments DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will provide necessary level-of-service improvements to improve pressure, water quality and/or fire flow. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project provides improvements to meet the water system needs identified in the Water Comprehensive Plan by improving reliability and fire flow. There are several structures within the zone that require greater than 1,500 gpm fire flow, which cannot be met by the reservoir alone. The intertie is needed to meet these flows. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: No changes in cost from existing infrastructure. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: AWWD Intertie and adjustments are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This project is planned to commence in 2022. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 75 75 75 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$7755 $$7755 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 75 75 75 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$7755 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$7755 $$7755 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 75 75 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 75 75 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 122 of 210 7 -<< map Water Capital Projects W5 - Valhalla Utility Project DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City plans to replace all of the asbestos concrete water pipes and failing sewer lines within the Valhalla neighborhood. This will improve the reliability of the water and sewer system in the area, will improve fire flows to the area, and improve water system reliability. Storm and sewer replacement work within the project area, within projects SW1 and S1, will be completed in conjunction with this project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will improve reliability and fire flow in the area. Improved reliability will also reduce the amount of maintenance calls and repairs associated with older asbestos concrete pipe. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Reductions associated with fewer repairs, current watermain flushing and valve exercising will continue. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan and is planned to be constructed in 2022. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This issue has been identified as needing improvements in the Water Comprehensive Plan and is planned to design in 2021 and construct in 2022. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 357 357 357 Construction 2,334 2,334 2,334 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$335577 $$22,,333344 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,669911 $$22,,669911 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 357 2,334 2,691 2,691 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$335577 $$22,,333344 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$22,,669911 $$22,,669911 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 357 2,334 0 0 0 0 0 2,691 2,691 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 357 2,334 0 0 0 0 0 2,691 2,691 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 123 of 210 8-<< map Water Capital Projects W6 - Morningside Water System Improvements DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The existing Morningside Booster Station cannot currently meet the City’s minimum residential fire flow requirement. The Water System Plan identified a project to upgrade the booster station in order to meet fire flow requirements. However, an alternative approach includes a fire-flow intertie with the Alderwood Water and Waste Water District (AWWD) to the north completed in conjunction with private developer improvements. AWWD has tentatively agreed to this alternative fire-flow intertie plan. The intertie will also be located in an ideal location for a future domestic water intertie to the AWWD system. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project provides improvements to meet the water system needs identified in the Water Comprehensive Plan and established fire flow requirements for the system. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Improving the pump system will require less Operations and Maintenance (M & O) requirement than the existing, older, less efficient system. Completion of the alternative fire-flow intertie would replace the pump system which would reduce M & O requirements further. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: This project is identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Project design is underway. Construction in 2021 with fire-flow intertie to commence after Water Supply agreement is finalized with AWWD. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 142 0 142 Construction 160 160 160 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$114422 $$116600 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1166 00 $$330022 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 142 160 160 302 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$114422 $$116600 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1166 00 $$330022 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 142 160 0 0 0 0 0 0 160 302 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 142 160 0 0 0 0 0 0 160 302 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 BBuuddggeetteedd BBuuddggeetteedd TTOO TTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 124 of 210 9-<< map Water Capital Projects W7 - Bothell High School Utility Project DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City plans to replace asbestos concrete water pipes, failing sewer lines, and improve storm drainage in the neighborhoods near Bothell High School. This will improve the reliability of the water and sewer system in the area, will improve fire flows to the area, and improve water system reliability. Storm and sewer replacement work within the project area, within projects SW1 and S1, will be completed in conjunction with this project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will improve reliability and fire flow in the area. Improved reliability will also reduce the amount of maintenance calls that staff have to respond to. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Reductions associated with fewer repairs, current watermain flushing and valve exercising will continue. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. It is being coordinated with other projects and is planned to be designed in 2027. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This issue has been identified as needing improvements in the Water Comprehensive Plan and is planned to design in 2027. DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 186 186 186 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$1188 66 $$118866 $$118866 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 186 186 186 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$118866 $$118866 $$118866 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunn ddiinngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 186 186 186 EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 186 186 186 TTOO TTAALL PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DD oollll aarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 22002244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOOSSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImmppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd TToott aall PPrroojj eecctt MM&&OO IImmppaacctt 220022 11 -- 220022 77 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDD IINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojjeecctt eedd ttoo 11 22//3311//22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrr oojjeecctt VVaarr ii aanncceess 2200 2211 -- 2200 2277 TToottaall PPrroojj eecctt FFuunn ddiinngg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojjeecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT CCOOSSTTSS PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinn gg 2200 2211 -- 2200 2277 TToottaall EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojjeecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrroojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThhrruu 22002200 BB uuddggeetteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddii nngg 2200 2211 -- 2200 2277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 125 of 210 10-<< map Water Capital Projects W8 - Northshore Utility District Norway Hill Intertie DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City and Northshore Utility District (NUD) currently have parallel lines near the Norway Hill Surge Tank. During periods when the Tolt Pipeline is shut down, the City has used jumper hoses to connect to NUD’s 601 Zone. The City is in the process of constructing permanent intertie to provide system reliability in the event that the Tolt is shutdown. Due to the modifications to Site Nos. 1, 2, and 3, the existing flow control valve vault located at Site No. 1 will be inactive, under normal conditions. However, modifications to the existing flow control valve vault will allow the City to operate off of NUD’s 601 Zone by opening an isolation valve. The flow control valve is already connected to the City’s telemetry, so the City can monitor and control flow from NUD. City staff will complete the design and installation. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This program provides improvements to meet the water system needs identified in the Water Comprehensive Plan by improving reliability and fire flow. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: The new intertie will require additional maintenance but once it is complete it will bring greater reliability and fire flow which will reduce maintenance calls. It will also eliminate the need for crews to connect to NUD’s system through jumper hoses. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: AWWD Intertie and adjustments are approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This project is planned to commence in 2021. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Construction 50 50 50 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$5500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5500 $$5500 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 50 50 50 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$5500 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$5500 $$5500 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 50 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 50 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 126 of 210 11 -<< map Water Capital Projects W9 - Lower Maywood Hills Utility Project DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: The City plans to replace asbestos concrete water pipes, failing sewer lines, and improve storm drainage in the Maywood Hills neighborhoods. This will improve the reliability of the water and sewer system in the area, will improve fire flows to the area, and improve water system reliability. Storm and sewer replacement work within the project area, within projects SW1 and S1, will be completed in conjunction with this project. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: This project will improve reliability and fire flow in the area. Improved reliability will also reduce the amount of maintenance calls that staff have to respond to. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Reductions associated with fewer repairs, current watermain flushing and valve exercising will continue. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: Projects are identified and prioritized in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan. It is being coordinated with other projects and is planned to be constructed in 2027. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: This issue has been identified as needing improvements in the Water Comprehensive Plan and is planned to design in 2026 and construct in 2027. DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Design 599 599 599 Construction 1,957 1,957 1,957 TTOO TTAALL EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD CCOOSSTTSS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$559999 $$11,,995577 $$22,,555566 $$22,,555566 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 Utilities - Water 599 1,957 2,556 2,556 TTOO TTAALL SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$559999 $$11,,995577 $$22,,555566 $$22,,555566 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 SSeeccuurreedd FFuunnddii nngg 0 0 0 0 0 0 599 1,957 2,556 2,556 EEssttiimmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoosstt 0 0 0 0 0 0 599 1,957 2,556 2,556 TTOO TTAALL PPRROOJJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 DDooll llaarrss iinn TThhoouussaannddss ((000000)) 22002211 22002222 22002233 2200 2244 22002255 22002266 22002277 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00 $$00TTOOTTAALL FFUUTTUURREE MM&&OO CCOO SSTTSS $$00 TTOO TTAALL FFTTEE IIMMPPAACCTT NNoo FFuuttuurree MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt PPRROO JJEECCTT MM&&OO IIMMPPAACCTT BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd TToottaall PPrroojjeecctt MM&&OO IImm ppaacctt 22002211 -- 22002277 SSEECCUURREEDD FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPRROO JJEECCTT VVAARRIIAANNCCEESS PPrroojj eecctteedd ttoo 1122//3311//22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd PPrroojj eecctt VVaarriiaanncceess 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall PPrr oojjeecctt FFuunnddiinn gg TThhrruu 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt FFuunnddii nngg TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOO SS TTSS PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd SSppeennddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 TToottaall EEssttii mmaatteedd PPrroojj eecctt CCoossttss TThhrruu 22002277 EESSTTIIMMAATTEEDD PPRROO JJEECCTT FFUUNNDDIINNGG PPrr oojjeecctteedd SSppeennddiinngg TThh rruu 22002200 BBuuddggeetteedd EEsstt ii mm aatteedd EEssttiimmaatteedd FFuunnddiinngg 22002211 -- 22002277 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 127 of 210 12 -<< map Water Capital Projects W10 - Bloomberg Reservoir Painting DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN:: This project will consist of sandblasting, spot repairs, and painting the interior and exterior of the 5 million gallon steel tank Bloomberg reservoir. JJUUSSTTIIFFIICCAATTIIOONN:: The reservoir was constructed in 1985 and the exterior was repainted in early 2000. The interior and exterior are both due for coating repairs and new paint. Operationally, it would be to the City’s advantage to wait on this project until the City’s new Morningside Intertie with Alderwood Water District is in service. Prior to commencement of this project it is also recommended that the City evaluate the need for seal welding win the reservoir interior. Other considerations to be evaluated include access sizing, access stairs, gutters and downspouts, roof guardrail and interior platforms. A planning level estimate of these total additional considerations is an additional $800,000 according to a 2017 technical memorandum. FFUUTTUURREE MMAAIINNTTEENNAANNCCEE AANNDD OOPPEERRAATTIINNGG ((MM && OO)) CCOOSSTTSS:: Once repainted, there are minimal Maintenance and Operations (M&O) costs. It is recommended that interior inspection be performed once every five years to insure that the interior of the tank is in good condition. TTIIMMIINNGG PPRRIIOORRIITTYY CCOONNSSIIDDEERRAATTIIOONNSS:: The project is identified in the City's Water Comprehensive Plan and in a May 2017 technical memorandum. PPRROOJJEECCTT CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTTSS:: This water project is approved to commence when financing is secured and funding resources are appropriated in the City's budget. PPRROOJJEECCTT SSTTOOPPPPIINNGG PPOOIINNTT((SS)):: Project spending is not authorized in excess of adopted funding resources. SSTTAATTUUSS:: Construction is anticipated for this project in 2023. 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The master plan allows for park development in phases: South Gathering Space, Parking & Drives, Restroom and Gathering space, Forest Opening, Large Shelter, Stream Restoration, Meadow, River Edge, Hillside Woodland and Disc Golf. These phases are listed in no particular order. Previous CFP $2,300,000 Capacity/ Condition Centennial Park Improvements: Phase II Project plan would include pocket wetland restoration, boardwalk loop, bridges, overlooks and wetland restoration.Previous CFP $2,224,000 Planning/Capacity East Norway Hill This underdeveloped park site came to the City of Bothell from King County upon 2014 annexation. The site has limited improvements that consist of two small sports fields and a few informal trails. This project will add parking, restroom, open field, trails and off-lease dog park.Previous CFP $2,000,000 Planning/Capacity North Bothell Park Acquisition Acquisition and development of a 5+ acre community park in Snohomish County. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas.Previous CFP $5,500,000 Condition North Creek Field #3 Replacement of grass field to synthetic turf, new fencing and baseball-softball backstop.Previous CFP $1,775,000 Planning/Capacity North Creek Forest Master planning and site development.Previous CFP $375,000 Capacity/Planning Open Space Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of open space land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.Previous CFP $1,000,000 Capacity/Economic/ Planning Park at Bothell Landing Renovation (Future Phases) This project involves the expansion and redevelopment of the Park at Bothell Landing. The project is associated with the Bothell Crossroads project (realignment of SR 522), and is vital to the City's Downtown Revitalization vision. The park was analyzed in its entirety, but will be developed in phases as funding is secured.Previous CFP $14,214,000 Capacity Regional Aquatic Center & Community Center Construction of an aquatic and/or community center to serve either the Northshore School District, the Parks and Recreation Service Area or the local Bothell community. The type and size of the pool/community center will be determined through outreach to the community to ensure it fits the needs of our citizens prior to proceeding with a bond issue. If a regional pool and community center proceeds, the project costs would be equivalent to the City's citizens' share of the total regional bond. Previous CFP $18,000,000 Planning/Capacity Shelton View Woods Land acquisition, master planning and development.Previous CFP $10,000,000 Planning/Capacity Downtown Parks Connectivity and Master Plan The former Wayne Golf Course property offers a unique opportunity for a comprehensive approach to planning park amenities in the downtown area. This includes community input on six nearly contiguous parks and proposed parks – former Wayne Golf Course, Blyth Park, Red Brick Park, Sammamish River Park and Park at Bothell Landing. The community will review the existing master plans for the individual parks, provide input on possible amenities and the creation of a phased master plan for the downtown parks. New $150,000 Planning/Capacity Skate park/Bike Skills Adventure Park Planning documents recommend building a skate park at a new North Bothell Park. Another option listed in the 2020 PROS plan is to look at building a combination skate park/bike skills adventure course with pump track. In the event a North Bothell site is not realized, this project would call for conducting a site search for a skate park at a Bothell location, or revisiting existing Park Master Plans for potential of building a Bothell Skate park. New $2,500,000 Estimated. Does not include land acquisition costs. Planning/Capacity Splash Pad Construct a water/splash feature park as identified in the 2020 PROS plan. Once a location is determined, funding, design/construction and long term cost estimates for ongoing maintenance of the new amenity will need to be further developed. New $550,000 Planning/Capacity Neighborhood Park Acquisition & Development Acquisition and development of a 2-5 acre sites for development of neighborhood parks in the East Central, Norway Hill, West Central, Alderwood and Kennard subareas of Bothell as identified in the 2020 PROS Plan. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas. New $6,650,000 Capacity/Planning Trails/River Access Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions for trail and river access projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.New $2,000,000 Condition Wayne Golf Course Bridges Develop Project plan to reimagine, design and construct new pedestrian bridges replacing old structures on site.New $3,000,000 to $6,000,000 PPaarrkk PPrroojj eecctt ss Estimated Costs of Future Capital Projects November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 130 of 210 Future Capital Projects 2 PPrroojj eecctt TTyyppee PPrroojjeecctt NNaammee PPrroojj eecctt DD ee ssccrriippttii oonn SS oouurrccee EEssttii mm aattee dd CCoosstt ss ((ii ff aavvaaii ll aabbllee)) Planning/Capacity Blyth Park Improvements In 2011, the City Council adopted the master plan for Blyth Park. The master plan allows for park development in phases: South Gathering Space, Parking & Drives, Restroom and Gathering space, Forest Opening, Large Shelter, Stream Restoration, Meadow, River Edge, Hillside Woodland and Disc Golf. These phases are listed in no particular order. Previous CFP $2,300,000 Capacity/ Condition Centennial Park Improvements: Phase II Project plan would include pocket wetland restoration, boardwalk loop, bridges, overlooks and wetland restoration.Previous CFP $2,224,000 Planning/Capacity East Norway Hill This underdeveloped park site came to the City of Bothell from King County upon 2014 annexation. The site has limited improvements that consist of two small sports fields and a few informal trails. This project will add parking, restroom, open field, trails and off-lease dog park.Previous CFP $2,000,000 Planning/Capacity North Bothell Park Acquisition Acquisition and development of a 5+ acre community park in Snohomish County. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas.Previous CFP $5,500,000 Condition North Creek Field #3 Replacement of grass field to synthetic turf, new fencing and baseball-softball backstop.Previous CFP $1,775,000 Planning/Capacity North Creek Forest Master planning and site development.Previous CFP $375,000 Capacity/Planning Open Space Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of open space land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.Previous CFP $1,000,000 Capacity/Economic/ Planning Park at Bothell Landing Renovation (Future Phases) This project involves the expansion and redevelopment of the Park at Bothell Landing. The project is associated with the Bothell Crossroads project (realignment of SR 522), and is vital to the City's Downtown Revitalization vision. The park was analyzed in its entirety, but will be developed in phases as funding is secured.Previous CFP $14,214,000 Capacity Regional Aquatic Center & Community Center Construction of an aquatic and/or community center to serve either the Northshore School District, the Parks and Recreation Service Area or the local Bothell community. The type and size of the pool/community center will be determined through outreach to the community to ensure it fits the needs of our citizens prior to proceeding with a bond issue. If a regional pool and community center proceeds, the project costs would be equivalent to the City's citizens' share of the total regional bond. Previous CFP $18,000,000 Planning/Capacity Shelton View Woods Land acquisition, master planning and development.Previous CFP $10,000,000 Planning/Capacity Downtown Parks Connectivity and Master Plan The former Wayne Golf Course property offers a unique opportunity for a comprehensive approach to planning park amenities in the downtown area. This includes community input on six nearly contiguous parks and proposed parks – former Wayne Golf Course, Blyth Park, Red Brick Park, Sammamish River Park and Park at Bothell Landing. The community will review the existing master plans for the individual parks, provide input on possible amenities and the creation of a phased master plan for the downtown parks. New $150,000 Planning/Capacity Skate park/Bike Skills Adventure Park Planning documents recommend building a skate park at a new North Bothell Park. Another option listed in the 2020 PROS plan is to look at building a combination skate park/bike skills adventure course with pump track. In the event a North Bothell site is not realized, this project would call for conducting a site search for a skate park at a Bothell location, or revisiting existing Park Master Plans for potential of building a Bothell Skate park. New $2,500,000 Estimated. Does not include land acquisition costs. Planning/Capacity Splash Pad Construct a water/splash feature park as identified in the 2020 PROS plan. Once a location is determined, funding, design/construction and long term cost estimates for ongoing maintenance of the new amenity will need to be further developed.New $550,000 Planning/Capacity Neighborhood Park Acquisition & Development Acquisition and development of a 2-5 acre sites for development of neighborhood parks in the East Central, Norway Hill, West Central, Alderwood and Kennard subareas of Bothell as identified in the 2020 PROS Plan. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas. New $6,650,000 Capacity/Planning Trails/River Access Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions for trail and river access projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.New $2,000,000 Condition Wayne Golf Course Bridges Develop Project plan to reimagine, design and construct new pedestrian bridges replacing old structures on site.New $3,000,000 to $6,000,000 PPaarrkk PPrroojj eecctt ss Estimated Costs of Future Capital Projects Trail North Creek Trail - Canyon Park Replaces approximately 600 linear feet of a substandard section of the trail located within Canyon Park along 220th Street SE between North Creek and 20th Ave SE.Previous CFP No planning est. Safety 5th Ave W Pedestrian Safety Improvements Constructs an extruded curb along the east side of 5th Ave W between 240th St SE and the Shelton View Elementary School.Previous TIP $73,000 Capacity 9th Avenue SE Widening: 228th St SE to SR 524 Upgrades 9th Ave SE to meet existing Collector standards. Proposed improvements would provide: one travel lane in each direction; a center turn lane; a bicycle lane; curbs/gutters; sidewalks; drainage and utility improvements; and pedestrian improvements. This project will also include improvements at the 228th and SR 524 intersections.Previous TIP $7,839,000 Condition 108th Ave NE Roadway Rehabilitation Rebuilds 108th Ave NE/112th Pl NE from approximately E. Riverside Dr to NE 164th St to address slope stability and drainage issues and provide pedestrian and bicycle facilities.Previous TIP $29,320,000 Condition 240th Street Improvements (Fitzgerald Road to 240th St SE Bridge)Rebuilds the 240th St SE roadway west of the bridge to Fitzgerald Road at a higher elevation to raise it above the 100 year flood elevation.Previous TIP $3,184,000 Economic Main Street Enhancement, Phase 2: 102nd Ave NE to Kaysner Way Implements improvements to Main Street from just east of 102nd Ave NE to Kaysner Way. The project reworks the entire streetscape within the existing right-of-way.Previous TIP $5,654,000 Condition Sammamish River Bridge Replacement (BOT-10) Replaces the existing bridge and make road, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements along Waynita Drive NE and 96th Avenue NE.Previous TIP $8,742,000 Condition Fitzgerald Road Improvements: 240th Street SE to 228th Street SE Minor roadway widening including curb/gutter and sidewalks along east side of roadway to meet City standards Previous TIP / Comp Plan No planning est. Safety/Capacity SR 524 Safety and Access Improvements: SR 527 to 39th Ave SE (also known as SR 524 Corridor Improvements) Addresses the safety and access concerns on SR 524 between SR 527 and 39th Ave SE. Access improvements will be limited to roadway widening to provide for left turn pockets and improve sight distances. Previous TIP / Congestion List No planning est. Capacity 240th St SE & 39th Ave SE Intersection Improvements (Traffic signal or roundabout)Adds signal and eastbound right turn pocket or a roundabout. Previous TIP/ Comp Plan / Congestion List $1,394,000 Capacity Beardslee Boulevard Widening (NE 185th Street to 110th Avenue NE) Widens to 4 or 5 lanes. Add northbound left turn lane (2 left) from 110th Avenue NE. Re-channelize southbound right turn lane to through/right configuration on Beardslee Boulevard. Previous TIP/ Comp Plan/ Congestion List $7,593,000 Capacity 35th Avenue SE (240th St SE to 228th St SE)Widens to 3 lanes. Includes curb/gutter and sidewalk improvements. Shared bike facilities or bike lane.Comp Plan $33,427,000 Capacity SR 527 (211th Street SE to north of SR 524) (Also known as SR 527/SR 524 Intersection Improvements)Adds third northbound through lane. Add southbound left turn lane at SR 524 (2 left).Comp Plan / Congestion List $5,609,000 Capacity 112th Ave NE & Juanita-Woodinville Way NE Adds southbound right turn pocket on Juanita-Woodinville Way.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity NE 160th St & 124th Ave NE Adds southbound right turn pocket.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity 228th Street SE and Fitzgerald Road Adds eastbound right turn pocket.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity 228th Street SE and 29th Drive SE Adds westbound right turn pocket.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity 228th Street SE and 31st Avenue SE Adds westbound right turn pocket.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 TTrraann ssppoorr ttaattiioonn PPrroojj eecctt ss November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 131 of 210 Future Capital Projects 3 PPrroojj eecctt TTyyppee PPrroojjeecctt NNaammee PPrroojj eecctt DD ee ssccrriippttii oonn SS oouurrccee EEssttii mm aattee dd CCoosstt ss ((ii ff aavvaaii ll aabbllee)) Planning/Capacity Blyth Park Improvements In 2011, the City Council adopted the master plan for Blyth Park. The master plan allows for park development in phases: South Gathering Space, Parking & Drives, Restroom and Gathering space, Forest Opening, Large Shelter, Stream Restoration, Meadow, River Edge, Hillside Woodland and Disc Golf. These phases are listed in no particular order. Previous CFP $2,300,000 Capacity/ Condition Centennial Park Improvements: Phase II Project plan would include pocket wetland restoration, boardwalk loop, bridges, overlooks and wetland restoration.Previous CFP $2,224,000 Planning/Capacity East Norway Hill This underdeveloped park site came to the City of Bothell from King County upon 2014 annexation. The site has limited improvements that consist of two small sports fields and a few informal trails. This project will add parking, restroom, open field, trails and off-lease dog park.Previous CFP $2,000,000 Planning/Capacity North Bothell Park Acquisition Acquisition and development of a 5+ acre community park in Snohomish County. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas.Previous CFP $5,500,000 Condition North Creek Field #3 Replacement of grass field to synthetic turf, new fencing and baseball-softball backstop.Previous CFP $1,775,000 Planning/Capacity North Creek Forest Master planning and site development.Previous CFP $375,000 Capacity/Planning Open Space Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of open space land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.Previous CFP $1,000,000 Capacity/Economic/ Planning Park at Bothell Landing Renovation (Future Phases) This project involves the expansion and redevelopment of the Park at Bothell Landing. The project is associated with the Bothell Crossroads project (realignment of SR 522), and is vital to the City's Downtown Revitalization vision. The park was analyzed in its entirety, but will be developed in phases as funding is secured.Previous CFP $14,214,000 Capacity Regional Aquatic Center & Community Center Construction of an aquatic and/or community center to serve either the Northshore School District, the Parks and Recreation Service Area or the local Bothell community. The type and size of the pool/community center will be determined through outreach to the community to ensure it fits the needs of our citizens prior to proceeding with a bond issue. If a regional pool and community center proceeds, the project costs would be equivalent to the City's citizens' share of the total regional bond. Previous CFP $18,000,000 Planning/Capacity Shelton View Woods Land acquisition, master planning and development.Previous CFP $10,000,000 Planning/Capacity Downtown Parks Connectivity and Master Plan The former Wayne Golf Course property offers a unique opportunity for a comprehensive approach to planning park amenities in the downtown area. This includes community input on six nearly contiguous parks and proposed parks – former Wayne Golf Course, Blyth Park, Red Brick Park, Sammamish River Park and Park at Bothell Landing. The community will review the existing master plans for the individual parks, provide input on possible amenities and the creation of a phased master plan for the downtown parks. New $150,000 Planning/Capacity Skate park/Bike Skills Adventure Park Planning documents recommend building a skate park at a new North Bothell Park. Another option listed in the 2020 PROS plan is to look at building a combination skate park/bike skills adventure course with pump track. In the event a North Bothell site is not realized, this project would call for conducting a site search for a skate park at a Bothell location, or revisiting existing Park Master Plans for potential of building a Bothell Skate park. New $2,500,000 Estimated. Does not include land acquisition costs. Planning/Capacity Splash Pad Construct a water/splash feature park as identified in the 2020 PROS plan. Once a location is determined, funding, design/construction and long term cost estimates for ongoing maintenance of the new amenity will need to be further developed.New $550,000 Planning/Capacity Neighborhood Park Acquisition & Development Acquisition and development of a 2-5 acre sites for development of neighborhood parks in the East Central, Norway Hill, West Central, Alderwood and Kennard subareas of Bothell as identified in the 2020 PROS Plan. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas. New $6,650,000 Capacity/Planning Trails/River Access Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions for trail and river access projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.New $2,000,000 Condition Wayne Golf Course Bridges Develop Project plan to reimagine, design and construct new pedestrian bridges replacing old structures on site.New $3,000,000 to $6,000,000 PPaarrkk PPrroojj eecctt ss Estimated Costs of Future Capital Projects Capacity 228th Street SE and 31st Avenue SE Adds westbound right turn pocket.Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity 220th Street SE and SR 527 Adds eastbound left turn lane (2 left).Comp Plan / Congestion List $700,000 Capacity 214th Street SE and SR 527 Re-channelizes westbound through/left lane to through/right.Comp Plan / Congestion List No planning est. Capacity SR 524 and 9th Avenue SE Add northbound left turn lane (2 left).Comp Plan / Congestion List $900,000 Capacity 100th Ave NE/NE 145th Street Intersection Improvements No definitive work scope. Planning and alternative analyses need to be completed.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity 228th St SE Corridor Improvements (Meridian Ave to Fitzgerald Rd)No definitive work scope. Planning and alternative analyses need to be completed.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity Adaptive Signal Control (228th)Install an adaptive signal control system along 228th St SE.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity Bothell Everett Hwy/228th St SE Intersection Capacity Improvements No definitive work scope. Planning and alternative analyses need to be completed.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity NE 180th St/132nd Ave NE Intersection (SR 522 Interchange)No definitive work scope. Planning and alternative analyses need to be completed.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity SR 522/96th Ave NE Intersection Improvements (Northbound approach)No definitive work scope. Planning and alternative analyses need to be completed.Congestion List No planning est. Capacity SR 522 Corridor, Phase 4: East of 101st Installs sidewalks, access management, signal prioritization, and non-motorized connections. Improvements to Kaysner Way intersection. Previous TIP / Comp Plan / Congestion List No planning est. Capacity SR 527: SR 524 to I-405 Southbound Land and Intersection Improvements Widens roadway from 2 to 3 lanes southbound from SR 524 to 220th St SE Previous TIP / Comp Plan / Congestion List No planning est. Condition 102nd Ave NE Sidewalk Replacement Replaces 102nd Ave NE sidewalk between East Riverside and 102nd Ave Bridge.New No planning est. Capacity Alternate North-South Corridor (Connect 120th Ave NE to 124th Ave NE)Constructs an overpass across SR 522 to connect 120th Ave NE to 124th Ave NE to create a continuous north-south corridor.New No planning est. Planning Downtown Circulation Study Analyzes traffic within the Downtown Core to develop a plan to address congestion. This study will involve alternative analyses and public involvement.New $100,000 Planning Downtown Parking Study: Phase 2 Evaluates the current and future parking situation in downtown Bothell, sets goals for desired state, and looks further into various policy options for Council consideration. These may include: - Changes to parking requirements on new buildings - Additional parking enforcement - Additional public parking facilities If scope and budget allow, this could also include an evaluation and recommendations on time-limited parking zones and permit parking strategies in the downtown and surrounding area. New No planning est. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 132 of 210 Future Capital Projects 4 PPrroojj eecctt TTyyppee PPrroojjeecctt NNaammee PPrroojj eecctt DD ee ssccrriippttii oonn SS oouurrccee EEssttii mm aattee dd CCoosstt ss ((ii ff aavvaaii ll aabbllee)) Planning/Capacity Blyth Park Improvements In 2011, the City Council adopted the master plan for Blyth Park. The master plan allows for park development in phases: South Gathering Space, Parking & Drives, Restroom and Gathering space, Forest Opening, Large Shelter, Stream Restoration, Meadow, River Edge, Hillside Woodland and Disc Golf. These phases are listed in no particular order. Previous CFP $2,300,000 Capacity/ Condition Centennial Park Improvements: Phase II Project plan would include pocket wetland restoration, boardwalk loop, bridges, overlooks and wetland restoration.Previous CFP $2,224,000 Planning/Capacity East Norway Hill This underdeveloped park site came to the City of Bothell from King County upon 2014 annexation. The site has limited improvements that consist of two small sports fields and a few informal trails. This project will add parking, restroom, open field, trails and off-lease dog park.Previous CFP $2,000,000 Planning/Capacity North Bothell Park Acquisition Acquisition and development of a 5+ acre community park in Snohomish County. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas.Previous CFP $5,500,000 Condition North Creek Field #3 Replacement of grass field to synthetic turf, new fencing and baseball-softball backstop.Previous CFP $1,775,000 Planning/Capacity North Creek Forest Master planning and site development.Previous CFP $375,000 Capacity/Planning Open Space Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of open space land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.Previous CFP $1,000,000 Capacity/Economic/ Planning Park at Bothell Landing Renovation (Future Phases) This project involves the expansion and redevelopment of the Park at Bothell Landing. The project is associated with the Bothell Crossroads project (realignment of SR 522), and is vital to the City's Downtown Revitalization vision. The park was analyzed in its entirety, but will be developed in phases as funding is secured.Previous CFP $14,214,000 Capacity Regional Aquatic Center & Community Center Construction of an aquatic and/or community center to serve either the Northshore School District, the Parks and Recreation Service Area or the local Bothell community. The type and size of the pool/community center will be determined through outreach to the community to ensure it fits the needs of our citizens prior to proceeding with a bond issue. If a regional pool and community center proceeds, the project costs would be equivalent to the City's citizens' share of the total regional bond. Previous CFP $18,000,000 Planning/Capacity Shelton View Woods Land acquisition, master planning and development.Previous CFP $10,000,000 Planning/Capacity Downtown Parks Connectivity and Master Plan The former Wayne Golf Course property offers a unique opportunity for a comprehensive approach to planning park amenities in the downtown area. This includes community input on six nearly contiguous parks and proposed parks – former Wayne Golf Course, Blyth Park, Red Brick Park, Sammamish River Park and Park at Bothell Landing. The community will review the existing master plans for the individual parks, provide input on possible amenities and the creation of a phased master plan for the downtown parks. New $150,000 Planning/Capacity Skate park/Bike Skills Adventure Park Planning documents recommend building a skate park at a new North Bothell Park. Another option listed in the 2020 PROS plan is to look at building a combination skate park/bike skills adventure course with pump track. In the event a North Bothell site is not realized, this project would call for conducting a site search for a skate park at a Bothell location, or revisiting existing Park Master Plans for potential of building a Bothell Skate park. New $2,500,000 Estimated. Does not include land acquisition costs. Planning/Capacity Splash Pad Construct a water/splash feature park as identified in the 2020 PROS plan. Once a location is determined, funding, design/construction and long term cost estimates for ongoing maintenance of the new amenity will need to be further developed.New $550,000 Planning/Capacity Neighborhood Park Acquisition & Development Acquisition and development of a 2-5 acre sites for development of neighborhood parks in the East Central, Norway Hill, West Central, Alderwood and Kennard subareas of Bothell as identified in the 2020 PROS Plan. Location to be determined once funding is secured. Park development will include a skate park, off-leash area and other park amenities such playground, restroom, picnic areas. New $6,650,000 Capacity/Planning Trails/River Access Acquisition & Development This project consists of acquisition of land throughout the City. Funds may be used as a match for grant funded projects, acquisitions for trail and river access projects identified in the adopted 2020 PROS plan or other opportunities that might be presented over the next seven years.New $2,000,000 Condition Wayne Golf Course Bridges Develop Project plan to reimagine, design and construct new pedestrian bridges replacing old structures on site.New $3,000,000 to $6,000,000 PPaarrkk PPrroojj eecctt ss Estimated Costs of Future Capital Projects Bike/Pedestrian Pedestrian/bicycle bridge over the Sammamish River Constructs a bridge over the Sammamish River to connect the Brickyard Road area to the Sammamish River Trail.New No planning est. Trail East Riverside Drive Trail (102nd Ave NE to City Limits) This project constructs a 12’ wide multi-use trail along the north side of East Riverside Drive within the old railroad right-of-way. This segment of trail will extend from just east of 102nd Ave NE to the City’s eastern City Limits east of Brickyard Road. It is assumed that the City will not need to purchase right-of-way for the approximately 8000 linear foot long trail segment. This project will have to be coordinated with King County. Previous CFP / Previous TIP $4,050,000 Program Concurrency Monitoring and Modeling Program This program will gather annual traffic counts and compute intersection level of service throughout the City along arterial and collector streets. This work is required to ensure that the City is meeting its concurrency requirements per the comprehensive plan.Previous TIP No planning est. Program Emergency and Spot Improvements Program This program provides funding for immediate actions to address landslides, erosion, deterioration, vandalism, and spot hazardous locations. The ability to maintain will be a determining factor for selection of improvements. Work on this program deals with emergency situations when work cannot be delayed.Previous TIP No planning est. Sidewalk Bothell Downtown Center Access Improvements to SR 522 BRT and Transit (Phase 2 - 101st, 103rd, and 104th) This project represents Phase 2 of the Downtown access improvements to transit facilities. The improvements will occur along 101st Ave, 103rd Ave, and 104th Ave (Phase 1 only includes 102nd Ave). The project will replace existing damaged sidewalks in the north-south direction between NE 185th and Main Street in order to connect transit users with the downtown businesses. The work will consist of reconstructing sidewalks, curb ramps, tree wells; and installing lighting to provide a safe and accessible route meeting ADA requirements to and from multimodal corridors.  Previous TIP No planning est. Note: Sidewalk projects are included on sidewalk inventory list November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 133 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 134 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-150 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Chris Bothwell, Finance Director DATE: November 10, 2020 SUBJECT: Consideration of a Resolution establishing the 2021 User Fee Schedule POLICY CONSIDERATION: Consider whether to adopt updates to the fees charged to users for 2021. HISTORY: DATE ACTION JUNE 23-25, 2020 Budget Workshops JUNE-SEPTEMBER, 2020 City Council Discussed Budget Priorities and Goals OCTOBER 6, 2020 City Manager Presented the Preliminary Budget OCTOBER 20, 2020 Public Hearing Held on Preliminary Budget DISCUSSION: The City charges fees to the users of certain city services to recover the costs associated with providing the respective service. In many cases the fees are set locally by the governing body and in some cases the fees are set by an external source, such as the State Legislature. For the fees set locally (by the City Council), the sufficiency of the fees to achieve full cost recovery , or another revenue objective, is evaluated annual ly. In most cases, fees are increased by inflation, which has a direct relationship to the annual increase in the City’s cost to provide the related services. The user fees update that is the subject of this legislation increases costs by the relevant rate of inflation (June CPI) for fees set locally. The attached document labeled “User Fee Schedule Description of Changes” contains detail of the updated fees and justification for the change, if applicable. FISCAL IMPACTS: The fees, and associated revenue, contained herein are also included in the Preliminary Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. Resolution - 2021 User Fee Schedule Att-2. User Fee Schedule Description of Changes November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 135 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-150 RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt a Resolution establishing the 2021 User Fee Schedule as presented and included in the Preliminary Budget, setting user fees for 2021. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 136 of 210 Page 1 of 2 RESOLUTION NO. (2020) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, ESTABLISHING THE 2021 FEE SCHEDULE AND SUPERCEDING RESOLUTION NO. 1393 (2019). WHEREAS, the fees charged to users for services provided by the city or other pass -through agencies are established in the City Code or by another public agency and are generally set at a level to achieve a revenue objective; and WHEREAS, as directed by policy, staff reviews the user fees annually to ensure consistency with the revenue objective; and WHEREAS, staff has performed the required annual review with respect to the 2021 user fee schedule and is recommending several small fee increases that are consistent with increases in the City’s cost of providing the related service; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the following fee schedule sets forth fees that are reasonable and necessary for the year 2021. NO W, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Effective January 1, 2021, the schedule of fees set forth as attached is hereby adopted, superseding the 2020 Fee Schedule as originally adopted: Section 2. Unless otherwise specifically stated, Resolution No. 1393 (2019) and prior fee resolutions are hereby superseded by this Resolution. Section 3. On January 1 of each year, the fees set forth in this resolution may increase (if allowed by law) by the rate of increase, if any, of the CPI-W Seattle-Tacoma- Bellevue June to June Index published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the year prior, or by the actual increase in the cost of providing the service. Fees will be rounded to the next highest whole dollar. Section 4. Washington State Sales Tax will be added to fees listed in this resolution where required by State law. Att-1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 137 of 210 Page 2 of 2 Section 5. The City Manager or Finance Director shall have the right to waive a fee if significant economic development or financial benefit of equal or greater value to the City can be demonstrated. Section 6. The City Clerk is authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener's/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. PASSED this ___________ day of ______________________, 2020. APPROVED: LIAM OLSEN MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 138 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 1. Inspection of records No Fee No Fee 2. Records - printed $0.15/page $0.15/page 3. Records - scanned into electronic format $0.10/page $0.10/page 4. Records provided by electronic delivery $0.05 for 4 files $0.05 for 4 files 5. Electronic records transmission $0.10/gigabyte $0.10/gigabyte 6. Storage media, postage/delivery charges, envelopes Actual Cost Actual Cost 7. Scanning and placing documents onto CD/DVD $2.65 $2.65 8. Police audio/video on CD/DVD $5.00 $5.00 1. Interment/memorial fees Full-size burial 1,170.00 1,181.00 Casket liner/grave box/vault 56.00 57.00 (Required for full-size burial. Concrete vaults available upon request.) Urn burial - small 488.00 499.00 Urn burial - large 543.00 554.00 Urn liner 22.00 23.00 Memorial settings: Single flush marker 394.00 401.00 Double flush marker 417.00 424.00 Upright marker (2 or more pieces)604.00 615.00 Optional/additional fees Canopy and chairs 101.00 106.00 Sump pump usage (if needed)87.00 88.00 Burials on Sunday or City holiday (if required by King County Health Dept)$228 + tax $228 + tax Wet season work (if required)228.00 228.00 a.Adult and child CPR w/AED 358.00 b.Healthcare provider CPR 358.00 c.First aid 358.00 a.Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Resident 51.00 b.Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Nonresident 62.00 c.First aid - Resident 51.00 d.First aid - Nonresident 62.00 No Charge 1.44.00 45.00 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee Cemetery charges and fees Costs are estimates only. Deposit required prior to service. Exact costs will be calculated at conclusion and invoice (or refund) issued. 72 hours notice required. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT - PUBLIC EDUCATION CPR class fees - Organizations requesting required CPR training. See Fire section CPR class fees - Scheduled classes open to all individuals for enrollment. CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) - Scheduled classes PUBLIC RECORDS CITY CLERK DIVISION Page 1 of 21 (2020) Att-2 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 139 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 2. a.Altered dog or cat annual license 30.00 30.00 b.Unaltered dog or cat annual license 60.00 60.00 c. Senior (65 & over) life of altered pet Initial fee $15 Renewal fee $0 Initial fee $15 Renewal fee $0 d.Service animal, altered pets only (with statement owner is disabled & animal is used as service animal)0.00 0.00 e. Replacement tag 5.00 5.00 f. Transfer fee 3.00 3.00 g. Late fee 15.00 15.00 h. Juvenile animal license (8 wks - 6 mos)15.00 15.00 i.Dangerous dog registration fee 250.00 250.00 j.Hobby kennel/cattery - application fee 100.00 100.00 1. a. First card - residents 15.00 15.00 b.Each additional card - residents 5.00 5.00 c.First card - nonresidents 20.00 20.00 d.Each additional card - nonresidents 10.00 10.00 2.$0.15/page $0.15/page 3.$0.15/page $0.15/page 4. a.First response No Charge No Charge b.Second response within six months of first alarm 50.00 50.00 c.Third response within six months of first response 75.00 75.00 d.Fourth or higher response within six months of first response 100.00 100.00 5. a.Original As set by WA State DOL As set by WA State DOL b.Renewal As set by WA State DOL As set by WA State DOL c.Late renewal As set by WA State DOL As set by WA State DOL d.Replacements As set by WA State DOL As set by WA State DOL 6.10.00 10.00 7. Animal control fees a.Shelter intake fee (includes all vaccines for dogs/cats and up to 10 days of holding/kennel)195.00 195.00 b. Daily holding/kennel fee 35.00 35.00 c. Emergency veterinary care Actual Cost Actual Cost d. Euthanasia and animal disposal Actual Cost Actual Cost Clearance letter (notarized) Accident reports False alarms Concealed pistol license POLICE DEPARTMENT Fingerprinting Case reports or miscellaneous reports Animal license fees Page 2 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 140 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee e.Hearing examiner costs associated with unsuccessful appeal of dangerous dog declaration Actual Cost Actual Cost 8. Block party permit fee 30.00 30.00 1. Failure to perform fire watch 412.00 417.00 IFC Section 109.4 violation (per day)255.00 258.00 a.First non-exempt preventable alarm 169.00 171.00 b.Subsequent non-exempt preventable alarm 213.00 216.00 a.Retail seller permit 100.00 100.00 Plus cash bond 100.00 100.00 b.Public display permit 100.00 100.00 Plus cash bond 100.00 100.00 2.Development Review Fees 0.09 0.10 419.00 424.00 5 acres or less Over 5 acres Peer review fee Peer review fee 3. Aerosol products 242.00 245.00 Amusement buildings 197.00 199.00 Aviation facilities 235.00 238.00 Carbon dioxide for beverage dispensing 124.00 126.00 Carnivals and fairs: Commercial 348.00 352.00 Non-profit 173.00 175.00 Cellulose nitrate film 136.00 138.00 Combustible fibers 136.00 138.00 Compressed gases 172.00 174.00 Covered mall buildings 235.00 238.00 Cryogenic fluids 172.00 174.00 Cutting and welding 197.00 199.00 Distributed antenna system 197.00 199.00 Dry cleaning plants 172.00 174.00 Dust producing operations 197.00 199.00 Exhibits and trade shows 197.00 199.00 Explosives 348.00 352.00 Hazardous Materials Review IFC Operational Permits 105.6.1 - 46 Hourly rate - See Dev Review Fee Hourly rate - See Dev Review Fee Gate/barricade across fire access road Land use reviews (Fire land-use review being added to Development Review fee structure, with associated billable hourly rates) FIRE DEPARTMENT Bothell Municipal Code Fire Fees False alarms Fireworks Building plan review fee, per square foot of gross building floor area Page 3 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 141 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Fire hydrants and valves 197.00 199.00 Flammable and combustible liquids 341.00 345.00 Floor finishing 197.00 199.00 Fruit and crop ripening 235.00 238.00 Fumigation or thermal insecticidal fogging 235.00 238.00 Hazardous materials 505.00 511.00 Hazardous production materials 197.00 199.00 High-piled storage 433.00 438.00 Hot work operations 197.00 199.00 Industrial ovens 172.00 174.00 Liquid/gas fueled vehicles/equipment in assembly building 136.00 138.00 Liquified petroleum gases 172.00 174.00 Lumber yards and woodworking plants 158.00 160.00 Magnesium 172.00 174.00 Miscellaneous combustible storage 136.00 138.00 Open flames and candles 106.00 108.00 Open flames and torches 197.00 199.00 Organic coatings 235.00 238.00 Places of assembly - Non-Profit 201.00 204.00 Places of assembly - Commercial 235.00 238.00 Positive alarm sequence fire alarm 197.00 199.00 Private fire hydrants 197.00 199.00 Pyrotechnical special effects material 311.00 315.00 Pyroxlin plastics 197.00 199.00 Refrigeration equipment 235.00 238.00 Repair garages and motor fuel-dispensing facilities 158.00 160.00 Rooftop heliports 197.00 199.00 Solar photovoltaic power systems 181.00 183.00 Spraying or dipping 235.00 238.00 Temporary membrane structures and tents: a. Commercial 201.00 204.00 b. Non-profit 172.00 174.00 Tires: Rebuilding plants, storage of scrap and by-products 227.00 230.00 Waste handling 197.00 199.00 Wood products 197.00 199.00 4. a.New commerical buildings NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per sprinkler head) 1-100 heads: $634 + $1/head 101+ heads: $949 + $1/head 1-100 heads: $641 + $1/head 101+ heads: $959 + $1/head b.Commerical tenant improvements NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per sprinkler head) 1-100 heads: $634 + $1/head 101+ heads: $949 + $1/head 1-100 heads: $641 + $1/head 101+ heads: $959 + $1/head IFC Construction Permits 105.7.1 - 14* *For all permits, plan reviews, revisions, reinspection fees and other inspections, a 5% Technology surcharge fee is applied to the total fee for services. Automatic Fire Protection Systems Automatic fire-extinguishing systems. Fire sprinkler NFPA 13, 13D, and 13R. Page 4 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 142 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee c.Single and multi-family residential NDPA 13D and 13R $514 + $1.50/head $520 + $1.50/head d. Underground fire sprinkler supply line 620.00 627.00 e. Commerical kitchen hood and duct systems 362.00 366.00 f. VESDA/FM-200 fire suppression systems 795.00 803.00 g.New mixed-use buildings NFPA 13, fee per riser (plus $1.00 per sprinkler head) 1-100 heads: $634 + $1/head 101+ heads: $949 + $1/head 1-100 heads: $641 + $1/head 101+ heads: $959 + $1/head Battery systems 241.00 244.00 Compressed gases 379.00 383.00 Cryogenic fluids 379.00 383.00 Smoke control systems 796.00 804.00 a.Fire alarm panels, 1-4 zones, plus $1.50/device 795.00 803.00 b.Fire alarm panels, 5 or more zones, plus $1.50/device 1,073.00 1,084.00 c.Addressable control panels, plus $1.00/device 795.00 803.00 d.Fire alarm transmission devices 241.00 244.00 Industrial ovens 333.00 337.00 Liquified petroleum gas 333.00 337.00 241.00 244.00 518.00 524.00 426.00 431.00 426.00 431.00 241.00 244.00 Flammable and combustible liquids storage and transport Level 1: Less than 1000 gallon capacity 241.00 244.00 Level 2: 1000+ gallon capacity 518.00 524.00 Hazardous Materials Processing Systems Peer review fee Peer review fee Temporary membrane structures and tents: a. Commercial 287.00 290.00 b. Non-profit 287.00 290.00 5.Inspection Fees After-hours inspections (billed half-hourly)Hourly rate - See Dev Review Fee Hourly rate - See Dev Review Fee 98.00 99.00 147.00 149.00 Distributed antenna system Fire pumps and related equipment Stop Work Order Fee Inspection fees - phase project inspection fee Automatic Fire Detection Systems Fire alarm/detection systems and related equipment. NFPA 10 fire alarm and signaling systems. Other Systems Private fire hydrants Spraying and dipping Standpipe systems Page 5 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 143 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 147.00 149.00 6. Fees for Non-Public Records Act Requests Fire incident/investigation reports 15.00 15.00 Medical incident reports 15.00 15.00 675.00 or Medicare Allowable Rate 675.00 or Medicare Allowable Rate 17.00 per mile 17.00 per mile Level One Response 507.00 513.00 Level Two Response 640.00 647.00 Level Three Response 813.00 822.00 Level Four Response 1,525.00 1,541.00 7. a.Adult and child CPR w/AED 354.00 b.Healthcare provider CPR 354.00 c.First aid 354.00 a.Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Resident 50.00 b.Adult, child, & infant CPR/AED - Nonresident 61.00 c.First aid - Resident 50.00 d.First aid - Nonresident 61.00 a. Mock impaired driving demonstration 800.00 800.00 b.No charge See Emergency Management b.Search & Rescue Contract dependent c.Triage Contract dependent d.ICS/NIMS Contract dependent e.Other safety classes Contract dependent Bicycle Helmets (per helmet fee)10.00 10.00 See Emergency Management Section CPR class fees Scheduled classes open to all individuals for enrollment. (Resident charge applies to all Snohomish County District 10 residents) Public Education safety classes CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Scheduled classes open to individuals for enrollment. Removed - included within CERT course offerings (see Emergency Management) EMS transport fee Transport mileage fee Motor Vehicle Collision (MVC) and Vehicle Fire recovery fees CRR - Public Education Fees CPR class fees Organizations requesting required CPR training. Class size limited to 8. Fire Code construction permit re-inspection fee. (Billed for each inspection occurrence after primary inspection and first re-inspection.) Response Operations Section Fees Page 6 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 144 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 1. Council Chambers a. Residents & non-profit organizations 43.00 44.00 b. Non-Residents & for-profit organizations 53.00 54.00 Room 107/108 a. Residents & non-profit organizations No Charge No Charge b. Non-Residents & for-profit organizations 33.00 34.00 2. Damage deposit for no charge and fee rentals (refundable)100.00 100.00 3. 1.4,971.00 5,021.00 2. ADU 754.00 762.00 3. Annexation - Type V Hourly Hourly 4.1,661.00 1,678.00 5.Hourly Hourly 6. Boundary line adjustment - Type I 953.00 963.00 7.Hourly Hourly 8. Conditional use - Type III 6,567.00 6,633.00 9.Conditional use - major modification n/a 4,649.00 10.Conditional use - minor modification n/a 762.00 11.Critical areas alteration - Type II 3,554.00 3,590.00 12.Critical areas alteration - exemption n/a 762.00 13.Demolition fee - historic structure Hourly Hourly 14.Director's interpretation 2,800.00 2,828.00 15.Final plat 5,909.00 5,969.00 16.Final plat - additional per lot (after 5)362.00 366.00 17.Final short plat 3,821.00 3,860.00 18.739.00 747.00 19.1,629.00 1,646.00 20.230.00 233.00 21.334.00 338.00 22.1,125.00 1,137.00 23.Hourly Hourly 24.2,269.00 2,292.00 25.7,238.00 7,311.00 26.13,431.00 13,566.00 27.548.00 554.00 28.4,603.00 4,650.00 Planned unit development - final Planned unit development - preliminary Preliminary plat Preliminary plat - additional per lot (after 5) Sub - major mod Preliminary plat - major modification First pre-application meeting All subsequent pre-application meetings, project review, and any additional staff time spent on processing a development applicant's proposal prior to and following submittal of a formal land use or building permit application shall be billed monthly at the applicable staff hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. Major tenant improvements Multi-family plan review (each building) Wireless Communication Small Wireless Facilities PLANNING Administrative final plat Appeals Bothell Municipal Code amendments Comprehensive plan amendments (property specific) First pre-application meeting (for actions initiated by single-family homeowners) ROOM RENTALS City Hall room rentals (per hour) After-hours rentals (non-profits/City partners only): Room rates as listed above, plus actual security costs, plus facility attendant. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Page 7 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 145 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 29.754.00 762.00 30.4,603.00 4,650.00 31.7,217.00 7,290.00 32.4,603.00 4,650.00 33.754.00 762.00 34.172.00 174.00 35.1,009.00 1,020.00 36.n/a 762.00 37.7,401.00 7,476.00 38.7,237.00 7,310.00 39.1,804.00 1,823.00 40.7,401.00 7,476.00 41.233.00 236.00 42.167.00 169.00 43.8,442.00 8,527.00 Hourly Hourly 44.Hourly Hourly 45.2,853.00 2,882.00 46.3,903.00 3,943.00 47.230.00 233.00 1. a.Number of employees: 0-2 32.00 33.00 3-10 82.00 83.00 11-25 170.00 172.00 26-50 366.00 370.00 51-75 550.00 556.00 76-100 734.00 742.00 100+734.00 742.00 Additional fee for each employee over 100 14.00 15.00 Transfer to new location 32.00 33.00 BUSINESS LICENSES Business license fee (total of a, b, and c) Transitory accomodation review Variance Zoning confirmation letter Single family planning review Site plan review Additional charge for Downtown Special Review Area Site rezone application fee An applicant shall pay for all work done by, or on behalf of, the City in connection with the processing and review of the application, including public hearing presentations and hearing body findings, conclusions and decisions. The applicant shall be invoiced for actual costs by the Community Development and Public Works staff to provide for reimbursement of municipal employee time. The charges will be based on the applicable staff hourly rate of the employee performing the review, including benefits and overhead. At the request of the applicant, overtime may be authorized for plan review and/or inspections performed outside of normal working hour and will be charged at the applicable staff overtime hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. Payments shall be paid to the City upon demand. Maintenance bonds will not be released until all fees are paid in full. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost of legal counsel review, hearing examiner review, all recording fees associated with final plats, binding site plans and all other development documents requiring recording, consultants, and any additional required studies, and for reimbursement of municipal employee time. SEPA exemption Shoreline conditional use Shoreline substantial development Shoreline exemption Shoreline variance Sign permits land use review Sub - vacate Preliminary plat - vacate Preliminary short plat PUD - major mod PUD - minor mod Request for extension of construction noise hours SEPA Sub - minor mod Preliminary plat - minor modification Page 8 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 146 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Transfer to new owner 32.00 33.00 Duplicate License 11.00 12.00 b.Type of business: Home occupation business 42.00 43.00 Contractors 42.00 43.00 Public assembly 80.00 81.00 Educational 80.00 81.00 Institutional 80.00 81.00 Residential 61.00 62.00 Store, office 42.00 43.00 Basic industry/utility 98.00 99.00 Manufacturing 98.00 99.00 Storage 80.00 81.00 Special properties 80.00 81.00 Apartments 306.00 310.00 c.Occupancy size for businesses (square feet) Less than 3,000 0.00 0.00 3,001-5,000 63.00 64.00 5,001-10,000 96.00 97.00 10,001-15,000 1,489.00 1,504.00 15,001-17,000 2,049.00 2,070.00 17,001-20,000 2,299.00 2,322.00 20,001-50,000 2,774.00 2,802.00 Greater than 50,000 4,819.00 4,868.00 d.Occupancy size for apartment buildings (square feet) Less than 3,000 0.00 0.00 3,001-5,000 63.00 64.00 5,001-10,000 96.00 97.00 10,001-15,000 1,489.00 1,504.00 15,001-17,000 2,049.00 2,070.00 17,001-20,000 2,299.00 2,322.00 20,001-50,000 2,774.00 2,802.00 Greater than 50,000 3,213.00 3,246.00 2. a.Adult entertainment facility license, per year, plus business license fee 3,359.00 3,393.00 b.Manager license, per year 843.00 852.00 c.Entertainer license, per year 843.00 852.00 3.559.00 565.00 4.52.00 53.00 5.190.00 192.00 6.52.00 53.00 7.22.00 23.00 Secondhand dealers, per year Family day care homes, per year Adult entertainment facilities Public/teen dance, per year Amusement game device, per game, per year Pawnbrokers, per year Page 9 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 147 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT Table 20.02.155 B - OTHER FEES (Building, Plumbing, and Mechanical Permits)2,3 1.166.00 168.00 2.166.00 168.00 3.166.00 168.00 4.166.00 168.00 5.Re-roof (single family residence)4 128.00 130.00 6.Hourly Hourly 7.Mobile home replacement/installation4 291.00 294.00 8.Moved building (pre-move inspection)4 264.00 267.00 Plumbing and Mechanical Permit Fees (Multi-Family, Mixed-Use, and Non-Residential) 1. 2. 3. 4. Plan review fee - when plans are required to be submitted for review, a plan review fee equal to 40% of the plumbing and/or mechanical permit fee shall be paid at the time of submittal. Technology fee - a 5% fee will be added for all permit and plan review related services. Miscellaneous inspection and other fees - see table under Building Permit Fees. The valuation table below applies to all multi-family, mixed-use, and non- residential plumbing and mechanical permits, unless otherwise noted. Fees listed are in addition to plan review, Washington state surcharges, 5% technology fee, and any other applicable stop work order/special investigation fees. Use of outside consultants for plan checking or inspections: Actual costs1,4 1Actual costs include fees for consultant services, plus administrative and overhead costs. 2Plan review fee is equal to 65% of the permit fee. It includes the initital plan review and two re-reviews. Any subsequent reviews after the third review will result in an hourly charge for additional review services. 3For all permits, plan reviews, revisions, reinspection fees, and other inspections, a 5% Technology surcharge is applied to the total fee for services. 4Inspection services include one initial inspection for each type of inspection and/or area to be inspected (if inspected in phases/sections), and one reinspection to address items requiring correction during the initial inspection. If items are not completed at the reinspection, the inspector may issue a reinspection fee for any subsquent inspections necessary to address the remaining items. The inspector may also issue a reinspection fee if a project has requested an inspection and is not ready at the time of inspection. In instances where reinspection fees have been assessed, no additonal inspection of the work shall be provided by the City until the required fees are paid. Permit fee - see valuation table below to determine plumbing and/or mechanical permit fee due at issuance. Inspections outside of normal business hours (per hour)4 Reinspection fee3,4 Inspection for which no fee is specifically indicated (per hour)4 Additional plan review required by changes, additions, and/or revisions (per hour)2 Page 10 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 148 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Total Valuation $0 - $1,000* Up to $1,000 70.00 71.00 $1,001 - $2,000* For the first $1,000 73.00 74.00 Per additional $100 or portion, up to $2,000 7.00 8.00 $2,001 - $25,000* For the first $2,000 133.00 135.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $25,000 21.00 22.00 $25,001 - $50,000* For the first $25,000 544.00 550.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $50,000 16.00 17.00 $50,001 - $100,000* For the first $50,000 860.00 869.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $100,000 15.00 16.00 $100,001 - $500,000* For the first $100,000 1,344.00 1,358.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $500,000 13.00 14.00 $500,001 - $1,000,000* For the first $500,000 4,400.00 4,444.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $1,000,000 9.00 10.00 $1,000,001 - $5,000,000* For the first $1,000,000 7,692.00 7,769.00 Per additional $1,000 or portion, up to $5,000,000 7.00 8.00 $5,000,001 and up* For the first $5,000,000 24,366.00 24,610.00 Per additional $1,000 6.00 7.00 Residential Plumbing and Mechanical (New Construction): 8% of Building Permit Fee Residential Mechanical Fees - Alterations/Additions/Replacements Base permit fee 58.00 59.00 Gas piping (per outlet)12.00 13.00 Hydronic piping (per outlet)12.00 13.00 Gas water heaters (per fixture)22.00 23.00 Solid fuel burning appliances - wood/pellet stoves/inserts (per fixture)33.00 34.00 Gas log inserts (per fixture)22.00 23.00 Heating equipment - including ductwork (per fixture)33.00 34.00 Vent/exhaust fans (per fixture)22.00 23.00 Ventilation systems - not part of heating or A/C systems (per fixture)22.00 23.00 Ductwork system remodels (per zone)22.00 23.00 Compressors, air conditioners, & heat pumps (per fixture)33.00 34.00 Other (per item)22.00 23.00 Residential Plumbing Fees - Alterations/Additions/Replacements Base permit fee 58.00 59.00 Backflow preventers & vacuum breakers (per fixture)17.00 18.00 *For multi-level buildings over 2 stories, add $30/unit for each dwelling unit above the 2nd story (does not include townhouses and detached single family units on one lot, which are charged using the percentage of building permit fee for new single family construction). Page 11 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 149 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Kitchen sinks (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Dishwashers (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Electric water heaters (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Clothes washers (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Lavatories/bathroom sinks (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Water closets/toilets (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Bathtubs (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Showers/valve replacements (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Floor drains (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Water softeners (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Sewage ejectors (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Laundry trays & utility sinks (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Bar sinks (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Drinking fountains (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Urinals (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Backwater valves (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Miscellaneous plumbing (per fixture)17.00 18.00 Repair/replacement of water piping (per fixture)27.00 28.00 Water line (meter to house)53.00 54.00 Other Fees 1. $236 minimum charge or actual cost, whichever is greater 2. Permit fee 43.00 Pre-move inspection fee of $119 or actual cost, whichever is greater 1. Per single family dwelling 166.00 168.00 Per residential remodel/addition 166.00 168.00 Per multi-family structure 330.00 334.00 Additional per unit fee 87.00 88.00 Per commercial building 330.00 334.00 Per tenant improvement 166.00 168.00 2. a.Hearing Examiner - Actual charge to City for services b.City staff time at hearing - Actual cost based on applicable staff hourly rate, including benefits and overhead. c.City Attorney - Actual charge based on hourly rate of pay for City Attorney, including benefits and overhead. d.Administrative Fee 169.00 171.00 3. a. Main Structure 346.00 350.00 b. Accessory Structure 62.00 63.00 c. Historic Structure 345.00 + Dev Review Fee 349.00 + Dev Review Fee See Table 20.02.155 B aboveBuilding moving - into or within City Plan reviews and inspections to ensure compliance with the Washington State Energy Code: Code enforcement violations Demolition Fee Building moving - through City Page 12 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 150 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Development Review Fee Development Review Technology Surcharge a.Late fee penalty 14.00 15.00 b.Collection agency assignment fee 43.00 44.00 c.Customer request water shut-off or turn-on fee 34.00 35.00 d.Non-payment water shut-off fee 62.00 63.00 e.Non-payment water turn-on fee 62.00 63.00 Following a third review or for permits subject to hourly review fees, an applicant shall pay for all work done by, or on behalf of, the City in connection with the processing, reviewing, checking, computing, and inspecting and correcting for compliance with City codes of the plans or other documents provided by the applicant and for plan checking, land use evaluations, inspection and testing for all public and private infrastructure improvement including water lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm water retention/detention and drainage systems, streets, curbs, gutters and sidewalks, parking, landscaping, building heights & setbacks, signage, verification of conditions of approval and performing concurrency evaluations, impact fee assessments, and all non- SEPA traffic evaluations in conjunction with a land use, building, or construction application. Individual single family residences exempt from SEPA review are not required to pay a Development Review fee. The applicant shall be invoiced for actual costs on a monthly basis. Payment is due to the City upon demand. The Development Review fees provide for reimbursement of municipal employee time. The charges will be based on the applicable staff billing rate of the employee performing the review, including benefits and overhead and out of pocket expenses such as outside consultant peer review, specialized subconsultants, printing expenses, and other related costs. Billing will occur on a monthly basis. At the request of the applicant overtime may be authorized for plan review and or inspections performed outside of normal working hours and will be charged at the applicable staff overtime hourly rate (time and a half), including benefits and overhead. Maintenance bonds will not be released until all fees are paid in full. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost of legal counsel review, hearing examiner review, all recording fees associated with final plats, binding site plans and all other development documents requiring recording, consultants, and any additional required studies, and for reimbursement of municipal employee time at their current billable hourly rate. In order to reimburse the City for costs specifically related to the maintenance and regular upgrading of local and regional electronic development review and tracking systems, which benefit the City's development customers via an increasingly efficient and effective review process, a five percent technology surcharge will be added to pre-application conference fees; plan review fees; permit fees; and development review fees. The technology surcharge will not be placed on facilities charges or impact fees. PUBLIC WORKS UTILITY ACCOUNT FEES & LATE CHARGES PUBLIC WORKS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, & FIRE Page 13 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 151 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee f.Meter tampering administrative fee, in cases of meter tampering or water theft. Cumulative to any fines, penalties, water charges, or other fees and costs. 380.00 384.00 g.Meter re-reads (One re-read per year at no charge)41.00 42.00 h.Final meter reads 41.00 42.00 i.Utility lien filing administrative fee, in addition to County recording costs 51.00 52.00 j.After hours water service reactivation charge for delinquent accounts 96.00 97.00 k.Meter - Reread and final reads n/a 40.00 l.Meter - Turning on and off n/a 40.00 m.Temporary meter disconnect (business hours)n/a 40.00 n.Temporary meter disconnect (after business hours, holidays and weekends)n/a 120.00 1. Water main facility charges 3/4" (5/8") meter 4,911.00 4,961.00 1" meter 10,675.00 10,782.00 1.5" meter 24,855.00 25,104.00 2" meter 38,358.00 38,742.00 3" meter 82,425.00 83,250.00 4" meter 125,574.00 126,830.00 6" meter 254,953.00 257,503.00 8" meter 414,019.00 418,160.00 2. Permit (per calendar year)129.00 131.00 Hydrant use deposit 1,000.00 1,000.00 City hydrant meter (make-up) damage deposit 1,000.00 1,000.00 Hydrant meter (make-up) rental/per month 122.00 124.00 Water/per 100 cubic feet 15.00 16.00 3. a.Water meter processing fee, per meter 41.00 42.00 b.Existing service line to property and meter box 3/4"477.00 482.00 1"542.00 548.00 1 1/2"810.00 819.00 2"993.00 1,003.00 c.Complete water service (no existing service to property) At the discretion of the Public Works Director, City crew provides main water tap, brings service to property, and provides and installs meter box and meter. 3/4" short side 5,641.00 5,698.00 3/4" long side 6,982.00 7,052.00 1" short side 5,776.00 5,834.00 1" long side 5,776.00 5,834.00 4.247.00 250.00 Fire hydrant use Water meters Water main tap: Not associated with a development project WATER FEES & CHARGES Page 14 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 152 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 5.643.00 n/a 5.188.00 190.00 6.1,064.00 1,075.00 7. 2 inch or smaller 223.00 226.00 3 inch or larger 728.00 736.00 8.Water utility infrastructure improvements Water utility base charge 515.00 521.00 Water utility fee per 100 lineal feet of improvements 1,902.00 1,922.00 1. Sewer main facility charges a.Single family 3,099.00 3,130.00 b.Commercial/multi-family (RCE*)3,099.00 3,130.00 *(Resident customer equivalent, as determined by METRO capacity form) 2. Side sewer processing fee 54.00 55.00 Single family side sewer 254.00 257.00 Detached multi-family side sewer connection 254.00 257.00 Commercial/multi-family side sewer connection (1st unit/bldg) associated w/development project. Side connection fee + development review fee 643.00 650.00 Additional per unit charge per building 476.00 481.00 Repair/modify side sewer existing line(s)254.00 257.00 Repair/modify commercial/multi-family side sewer connection Hourly Hourly 3.728.00 736.00 4.1,064.00 n/a 4.$182 per hour (3 hr minimum) $184 per hour (3 hr minimum) 5.169.00 171.00 6. Sewer utility base charge 515.00 521.00 Sewer utility fee per 100 lineal feet of improvements 1,584.00 1,600.00 Television pipeline inspection service (Depending on availability) Utility Re-inspection or Re-connection fee Sewer utility infrastructure improvements Flushing/dechlorination/disinfection service (Depending on availability, with Director approval) Backflow assembly inspection SEWER FEES & CHARGES Side sewer connections Sewer main tap: not associated with a development project Sewer main tap: associated with a development project. Sewer main tap fee + development review fee Water main tap: Associated with a development project. Water main tap fee plus development review fee. Fire flow/hydraulic analysis (plus passthrough consultant fees) Page 15 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 153 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 1.247.00 250.00 2.$182 per hour (3 hr minimum) $184 per hour (3 hr minimum) 3.$1,356 per Impervious Surface Unit $1,370 per Impervious Surface Unit 4.$14,294 per Impervious Surface Unit $14,437 per Impervious Surface Unit 5.897.00 906.00 6. Stormwater utility infrastructure improvements Stormwater utility base charge 515.00 521.00 Stormwater utility fee per 1000 100 lineal feet of improvements 585.00 591.00 1.576.00 582.00 2.843.00 852.00 3. Base fee 610.00 617.00 Hourly Hourly Hourly 4.756.00 764.00 5. Base charge 1,132.00 1,144.00 Right of way per 100 lineal feet 523.00 529.00 6.Hourly Hourly Applicant responsible for cost of appraisal & recording fees 7.704.00 712.00 8.228.00 231.00 9.2,278.00 2,301.00 10. a. Major development 3,359.00 3,393.00 Accident clean-up / emergency response (does not include additional materials, equipment, or cleanup staff time) Traffic concurrency base charge Concurrency capacity reporting & monitoring surcharge Street excavation, minor (< 25 sq ft) - right of way invasion permit Street excavation, major (>= 25 sq ft) - right of way Public utilities blanket permit (per calendar year) Right of way permit Street vacation application Purchase and installation of up to two DUI memorial sign(s) Citywide stormwater facility charge Stormwater facility charge - downtown sub-basin area Stormwater detention facility (plus pass-through consultant charges) ROADS & STREETS Driveway and sidewalk - right of way invasion permit (includes utility connection/improvement outside of paved road, traffic control plans not associated with street cuts) STORM DRAIN AND SURFACE WATER Residential storm drain inspection fee Television pipeline inspection service (Depending on availability, with Director approval ) Page 16 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 154 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee A "Major development" means any development that generates more than fifty (50) peak hour trips. b. Medium development 2,016.00 2,037.00 A "Medium development" means any development that generates twenty to fifty (20-50) peak hour trips. c. Minor development 1,011.00 1,022.00 A "Minor development" means any development that generates at least three (3) peak hour trips, but less than twenty (20) peak hour trips. 11. Street cut mitigation base fee 54.00 55.00 "Mitigation fee" (17.08.050) The fee is based upon the cost of overlay for permanent repair of damage/deterioration of streets and shoulders caused by trenching/utility operations. Fee per lineal feet of opening. 24.00 25.00 12.Public area use permit application fees 128.00 130.00 102.00 104.00 Railing permit (if applicable)153.00 155.00 Outdoor dining permit fee - flexible zone 153.00 155.00 458.00 463.00 City to move bollards on first Friday of May and last Friday of September each year to minimize cost and disruptions. 0.09 0.10 13.177.00 179.00 1.610.00 617.00 Construction and additions. Prior to issuance of building permits, site plans for residential construction are reviewed for consistency with applicable City codes and design and construction standards and specifications, which may include water lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm water retention/detention and drainage systems, streets, curbs, gutters, driveways, sidewalks, and easements. Subsequent to permit issuance, required site inspections are performed. 2. Re-inspection fee 169.00 171.00 Public Works construction permit re-inspection fee. (Billed for each inspection occurrence after primary inspection and first re-inspection.) 3.Hourly Hourly Residental site review and inspection Re-submittal fee Annual renewal received by January 1 (no substantial changes) Applications received on or before March 15 (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at time of permit approval) Applications received after March 15 (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at time of permit approval) Monthly use charge per square foot (applies to sidewalk and flex zone use in the public right of way.) Based on gross square footage - square footage of clear path. Traffic control devices for public area use permits REVIEW AND INSPECTION FEES Street cut mitigation fee Sidewalk only outdoor dining and/or general usage permit fee (Monthly use charge to be paid for permit duration at time of permit approval) Page 17 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 155 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee Public Works construction permit re-submittal review fee. All permits are allowed 3 reviews at fixed fee rates listed.in the fee schedule. 4th review and other additional reviews are to be billed at hourly rate. 4.426.00 431.00 5. Base charge with or without land use entitlement 1,725.00 1,743.00 Charge per disturbed area acre with no land use entitlement 2,172.00 2,194.00 Charge per disturbed area acre with land use entitlement 2,348.00 2,372.00 6. New signal (plus pass through County costs)3,624.00 3,661.00 Signal modification (plus pass through County costs)2,512.00 2,538.00 7.2,648.00 2,675.00 8.Hourly Hourly 1. a.Large shelter for 1-60 individuals (Blyth & Cedar Grove) Residents & non-profit organizations $150 half day $300 full day $100 half day $200 full day Non-residents & for-profit organizations $190 half day $380 full day $150 half day $300 full day b.Large & small shelter for 1-100 individuals (Blyth) Residents & non-profit organizations $250 half day $500 full day $150 half day $300 full day Non-residents & for-profit organizations $315 half day $630 full day $250 half day $500 full day (100 or more individuals requires a special event permit) c.Small shelter for 1-25 individuals (Blyth, Centennial) Residents & non-profit organizations $100 half day $200 full day $50 half day $100 full day Non-residents & for-profit organizations $125 half day $250 full day $100 half day $200 full day 2. a.Residents & non-profit organizations 65.00 65.00 b.Non-residents & for-profit organizations 82.00 82.00 c.Use of electricity 23.00 25.00 3. a.Residents & non-profit organizations 42.00 42.00 Park at Bothell Landing - amphitheater (per hour) Park at Bothell Landing - parking lot (per hour) Must be rented as an "add-on" to another facility rental Public Works variance PARKS AND RECREATION Picnic shelters Charged in time blocks as follows: --9 am to 2 pm (half day) --3 pm to 9 pm (half day) --9 am to 9 pm (full day) Rockery/retaining wall (plus pass through consultant costs) Clearing and grading permit Traffic signals "Safe Walk to School" review - residential developments Page 18 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 156 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee b.Non-residents & for-profit organizations 52.00 52.00 4. a.Residents & non-profit organizations 42.00 42.00 b.Non-residents & for-profit organizations 52.00 52.00 5.Negotiated by director or designee Negotiated by director or designee 6.Negotiated by director or designee Negotiated by director or designee 7. Lytle House a.Meeting room (includes attendant fee) Residents & non-profit organizations 67.00 91.00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations 84.00 108.00 Facility attendant 24.00 See above b.Kitchen (all rentals)35.00 Residents & non-profit organizations 30.00 See above Non-residents & for-profit organizations 38.00 See above c.Damage deposit (refundable)200.00 200.00 d.Damage deposit for reservations with alcohol (refundable)400.00 400.00 North Creek Schoolhouse a.Meeting room Residents & non-profit organizations 30.00 30.00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations 38.00 38.00 b.Damage deposit (refundable)100.00 100.00 8.City Hall Outdoor Plaza (per hour) a. Residents & non-profit organizations 42.00 42.00 b. Non-Residents & for-profit organizations 52.00 52.00 c. Use of electricity 23.00 25.00 250.00 250.00 400.00 400.00 9. More than 30 days notice:No charge No charge 15 to 30 days notice:50% of fee (unless re-rented) 50% of fee (unless re- Less than 15 days notice:No refund (unless re-rented) No refund (unless re- Damage deposit for reservations with alcohol (refundable) Facility or park cancellation (except sportsfields) Damage deposit (refundable) Park at Bothell Landing - grassy area adjacent to SR522 Other park space used for special events/festivals or event with admission/fundraising fee General use of parks (camps, classes, photography, etc) Meeting room/banquet rental (per hour) Page 19 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 157 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee 10. Damage/extra cleanup to any facility or park property Actual repair and/or staff costs (regular or overtime) Actual repair and/or staff costs (regular or overtime) 11. Staff support (per hour) Parks staff 65.00 65.00 12. a. Ongoing concessions/vendors (Rate negotiable with Director.)10% of Gross Revenue 10% of Gross Revenue b. Special event/tournament concessions/vendors on all City properties (per day, per vendor or booth)30.00 30.00 13. Disc golf tournament Per entrant fee 6.00 5.00 14. a.Adult softball leagues (per game)67.00 70.00 b.Adult teams on grass 43.00 45.00 c.Adult teams on synthetic turf 60.00 60.00 d.Youth teams on grass 22.00 25.00 e.Youth teams on synthetic turf 31.00 30.00 f.Tournament events Payment in full and tournament bracket or participant roster must be turned in at least four weeks prior to event. Hourly field rates are shown above. Adult teams 214.00 220.00 Youth teams 107.00 110.00 Tournament non-refundable deposit applied to total due 50% due at signing 100% due 10 days prior to event 50% due at signing 100% due 10 days prior to event g.Non-prepped sports field Adult teams 37.00 40.00 Youth teams 19.00 20.00 Residents & non-profit organizations (for company picnics, events, etc.) 42.00 45.00 Non-residents & for-profit organizations (for company picnics, events, etc.) 52.00 55.00 Additional field preparation may be provided by the City at the request of the user upon advance payment of estimated labor and materials costs as determined by the Director or designee. h.Refundable damage deposit for all non-sports field uses 200.00 200.00 i.Private and public school use of artifical turf fields (per hour - 1 hour minimum) 40.00 40.00 j.Private and public school use of grass fields (per hour - 1 hour minimum) Negotiated by Director or designee Negotiated by Director or designee k.North Creek field lights (per hour)25.00 25.00 No charge if cancelled within 1 business day of reservation No charge if cancelled within 1 business day of reservation 75% of fee (full refund if field is re-rented) 75% of fee (full refund if field is re-rented) Food concessions or booth sales Field rentals l. Cancellation of fields/lights Page 20 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 158 of 210 2020 Fee 2021 Fee m.Same-day cancellation of fields/lights (weather/safety related) No Charge No Charge n.Equipment storage at sports fields (per season)250.00 250.00 15. a. Instructor and class fees Negotiated by Director or designee Negotiated by Director or designee b. Refund policies: Full refund/credit granted if request is made at least five (5) business days prior to the start of class, less a $10 administrative fee. (Fee applies per withdrawal.) 50% refund/credit granted if request is made less than five (5) business days prior to the start of class. (Fee applies per withdrawal.) 100% refund if class cancelled by Parks & Recreation. No refunds for classes costing less than $10. No refunds/credits issued on or after the first day of class. Transfers must be requested five (5) business days prior to the start of class. 16. a. Small event (one round of review) (100-200 participants or race) 300.00 300.00 b. Large event (one round of review) (200+ participants or parade of any size) 675.00 675.00 c. Additional review 200.00 200.00 1.0.15 0.15 2.Actual Cost Actual Cost 3.10.00 10.00 Each additional person 10.00 10.00 4.10.00 10.00 Additional pages 0.15 0.15 5. 11" x 17" paper 6.00 6.00 36" minimum wide plot, per lineal foot 7.00 7.00 DVD-recordable 3.00 3.00 Certified copies (per certification) Custom map requests: For custom requests requiring plotting, a fee of $63 $64 per hour with a 15 minute minimum ($15.75) ($16); plus reimbursement for supplies as follows: Full recovery of costs incurred on day of event will also be charged. MISCELLANEOUS FEES Photocopies per page (per imprint) or actual cost if not printed by City Blueprint copies Notary fee (includes first 2 signatures) Recreation programs Special events permits: Page 21 of 21 (2020)November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 159 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 160 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-151 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Chris Bothwell, Finance Director DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Public Hearing on Revenues for the 2021-2022 Biennium and the 2021 City of Bothell Property Tax Levy and Consideration of Adopting the 2021 Property Tax Levy POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to open a public hearing on revenues to fund city services for the 2021-2022 biennium and to consider adoption of the 2021 property tax levy. HISTORY: DATE ACTION JUNE 23, 2020 The Revenue Capacity Report was Presented at the Pre -Budget Workshops OCTOBER 6, 2020 The Preliminary Budget was Presented NOVEMBER 10, 2020 The Revenue Forecast Update was Presented DISCUSSION: Property tax is the City’s second largest General Fund revenue source and funds city services that include: public safety, community development, parks and recreation, emergency management, and general government operations, among others. The City must adopt a property tax levy every year to tax property within the City. The value of the annual property tax levy is limited by State law to increase by the lesser of one percent or inflation, plus the value of new construction and any voter approved levy lid lifts and/or excess property taxes. Bothell has two voter approved levy lid lifts; one for Safe Streets and Sidewalks and one for public safety that is part of Safe and Secure Bothell. Bothell also has a voter approved excess property tax for fire station reconstruction, which is the other part of Safe and Secure Bothell. The Preliminary 2021-2022 Budget assumes a 2021 property tax levy that includes the following: •The 2020 Regular Levy Value , plus the annual increase •A levy on the value of new construction added to the tax rolls since the 2020 levy November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 161 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-151 • A re -levy of prior year refunds • A voter approved levy lid lift for Safe and Secure Bothell • A voter approved levy lid lift for Safe Streets and Sidewalks • A voter approved excess levy for fire station reconstruction The City’s maximum regular levy limit for property taxes is determined annually by the county assessors, pursuant to RCW 84.55.100. The King County Assessor’s office has informed the City that the allowable increase is 1.86775 percent for 2021, based on the preceding. It should be noted that the inflation index used to establish the maximum allowable annual increase , without a property tax lid lift, for 2021 was 0.6 percent. So, the City must also pass an Ordinance of Significant Need to preserve the full one percent levy capacity for 2021. An Ordinance of Significant Need is attached to this agenda item. Bothell’s levy ordinances are due to King and Snohomish Counties by November 30, 2020. FISCAL IMPACTS: The Preliminary 2021-2022 Budget assumes the property tax levy described above and found on the attached ordinance ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. 2021 Property Tax Ordinance Att-2. 2021 Ordinance of Significant Need RECOMMENDED ACTION: Open a public hearing on revenues for the 2021-2022 biennium and the 2021 property tax levy rate, consider public testimony and approve the 2021 Property Tax Levy Ordinance and the 2021 Ordinance of Significant Need to provide funding for essential local government services in the 2021-2022 biennium. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 162 of 210 Att -1 Page 1 of 4 ORDINANCE NO. (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, LEVYING THE GENERAL TAXES FOR THE CITY OF BOTHELL IN KING COUNTY AND SNOHOMISH COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 20 21, ON ALL PROPERTY, BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL, IN SAID CITY WHICH IS SUBJECT TO TAXATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING SUFFICIENT REVENUE TO CARRY ON THE DEPARTMENTS OF SAID CITY FOR THE ENSUING YEARS AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION THEREOF; AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 2294 (2019). WHEREAS, property taxes are a major source of funding for local governments and Bothell relies on property taxes to fund essential government services including public safety and general government operations; and WHEREAS, Bothell voters have approved excess levies, in addition to the regular property tax levy, to provide additional funding for specific purposes including transportation system operations and improvements and public safety; and WHEREAS, the City considered all legal means to fund essential services during the development of the 2021-2022 biennial budget; and WHEREAS, following the presentation of the Preliminary Budget and consideration all funding sources, public hearings were held to solic it public comment on the Preliminary Budget, Final Budget, and revenue sources, including the property tax levy; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the collection of property taxes is required to fund essential government services during the 2021-2022 biennium; and WHEREAS, it is necessary that the City Council of the City of Bothell adopt an ordinance for levying the general taxes for the City of Bothell in both King and Snohomish County for the fiscal year commencing January 1, 2021. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this ordinance is to adopt the 2021 property tax levies for King County and Snohomish County as set forth below. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 163 of 210 Page 2 of 4 Section 2. There shall be and hereby is levied on all real, personal, and utility property in the City of Bothell, and in King County and Snohomish County, subject to taxation, current property taxes for the ensuing year commencing January 1, on all said taxable property for the Current Expense Funds, or such other amount as necessary to conform to both the King County and Snohomish County Certification of Assessed Valuation for the Tax Year 2021 which amounts to $23,634,362 for 2021. The dollar amount of the increase over the actual levy amount from the previous year shall be $636,865, which is a percentage increase of 2.81% from the previous year. This increase is inclusive of additional revenue resulting from new construction, impro vements to property, newly constructed wind turbines, solar, biomass, and geothermal facilities, and any increase in the value of state assessed property, any annexations that have occurred and refunds made. The additional revenue described in the preceding is also hereby levied at its full value as determined by the respective County Assessor’s final certified record. Section 3. In addition to the above levies for 2021, there shall be levied current property taxes of $1,630,000 for 2021, the purpose of which is to pay when due the principal and interest on the general obligation bonds which were issued in November 2019 after an affirmative vote of the citizens in November 2018 in favor thereof, for the purposes of paying the costs of constructing and equipping public safety facilities . Section 4. This ordinance shall be certified to the King County Assessor and the Snohomish County Assessor, as provided by law, and taxes herein levied in the total amount of $25,264,362 for 2021, inclusive of additional revenue resulting from new construction, improvements to property, newly constructed wind turbines, solar, biomass, and geothermal facilities, and any increase in the value of state assessed property, any annexations that have occurred and refunds made, and shall be collected to pay to the Finance Director of the City of Bothell at the time and in the manner provided by the laws of the State of Washington for the collection of taxes for non-charter code cities. Section 5. REPEALER. Ordinance No. 2294 (2019) is hereby repealed. Section 6. SEVERABILITY. If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other sec tion, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance. Section 7. EFFECTIVE DATE . This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum, and shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 164 of 210 Page 3 of 4 Sec tion 8. CORRECTIONS. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. APPROVED: ______________________________________ LIAM OLSON MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: PAUL B YR NE CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 165 of 210 Page 4 of 4 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. (2020) City of Bothell, Washington On the 17th day of November 2020, the City Council of the City of Bothell passed Ordinance No. (2020). A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, is provided as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, LEVYING THE GENERAL TAXES FOR THE CITY OF BOTHELL IN KING COUNTY AND SNOHOMISH COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 20 21, ON ALL PROPERTY, BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL, IN SAID CITY WHICH IS SUBJECT TO TAXATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING SUFFICIENT REVENUE TO CARRY ON THE DEPARTMENTS OF SAID CITY FOR THE ENSUING YEARS AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION THEREOF; AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 2294 (2019). The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. LAU RA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 166 of 210 Page 1 of 3 ORDINANCE NO. (2020) AN O RDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, AUTHORIZING A ONE PERCENT INCREASE IN THE PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR 2021 DUE TO SUBSTANTIAL NEED WHEREAS, State law allows property tax levy amounts to increase annually by the lesser of the implicit price deflator (IPD), or one percent and the IPD for tax year 2021 is only 0.602 percent; and WHEREAS, the City of Bothell’s Preliminary and Final 2021-2022 biennial budget assumes the maximum annual property tax levy increases allowed by State law to be used to fund essential government services; and WHEREAS, the City’s costs to provide essential government services at current levels are expected to increase at a rate greater than inflation in 2021, resulting in a current year deficit despite the annual increase in property tax; and WHEREAS, the Bothell City Council has determined that in order to discharge the expected expenses and obligations of the City, there is a substantial need to preserve the one-percent annual property tax levy increase for 2021 at one percent for periods after the expiration of the City’s levy lid lift NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this ordinance is to authorize a one percent increase in the property tax levy limit for 2021 due to substantial need. Section 2. The City Council of the City of Bothell finds and determines that, pursuant to and for the purposes of Chapter 84.55 RCW, there is a substantial need to set the 2021 property tax levy limit at one percent. Section X. SEVERABILITY. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance should be held to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, s entence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance. Section X. EFFECTIVE DATE . This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum and shall Att-2 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 167 of 210 Page 2 of 3 take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. Section X. CORRECTIONS. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers , and any references thereto. APPROVED: _____________________________________ LIAM OLSEN MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: PAUL BYRNE CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 168 of 210 Page 3 of 3 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. (2020) City of Bothell, Washington On the day of , 2020, the City Council of the City of Bothell passed Ordinance No. __ (2020). A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, is provided as follows: AUTHORIZING A ONE PERCENT INCREASE IN THE PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR 2021 DUE TO SUBSTANTIAL NEED AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, AUTHORIZING A ONE PERCENT INCREASE IN THE PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR 2021 DUE TO SUBSTANTIAL NEED . The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 169 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 170 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-152 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council acting in their ex officio capacity as the Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Services District Board FROM: Chris Bothwell, Finance Director DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Public Hearing for Consideration of Adoption of Two Ordinances Establishing the EMS Levy in the Snohomish County Portion of Bothell for 2021 POLICY CONSIDERATION : Policy consideration for Council acting in their ex officio capacity as the Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Services District Board (the Board), is whether to implement a one percent increase in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy covering the Snohomish County portion of Bothell for 2021. The City’s maximum regular levy limit for property taxes is determined annually by the County Assessor pursuant to RCW 84.55.100. State law limits the increase of property tax from the actual amount collected in the previous year to one percent or the implicit price deflator (IPD), whichever is less. The rate of inflation from the IPD for 2021 is 0.602 p ercent. This limits the City’s 2021 EMS levy unless the Board adopts a separate ordinance determining a substantial need. Levy ordinances are due to Snohomish County by November 30, 2020. Public hearings are an opportunity for the community to offer comments. Following the public hearing the Board should consider the comments offered by the public in their recommended action. HISTORY: DATE ACTION MAY 2005 Council created the Bothell Urban EMS District via Ordinance No. 1944 NOVEMBER 2017 Voters approved a new six-year EMS levy for 2018-2023 DISCUSSION: Bothell Urban EMS District was created in 2005 to fund EMS services in the Snohomish County portion of Bothell. City residents who live in King County pay for EMS through King County EMS levies. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 171 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill FISCAL IMPACTS: ATTACHMENTS: RECOMMENDED ACTION: AB # 20-152 Revenues generated by the EMS levy may only be used for emergency medical service purposes, such as ambulance services, emergency medical technicians, equipment and supplies. The voter approved 6-y ear levy cannot exceed $0.335 p er $1,000 ass ess ed value. The proposed one percent 2021 levy rat e is est imat ed at $0.28 p er $1,000 of assessed value. A Bothell homeowner with a home valued at $500,000 woul d pay $140 in 2021. The proposed 2021-2022 budget assumes a one percent property tax increase. Estimated revenue generated by the EMS levy is $1.5 million in each year of the biennium. Att-1. Proposed Ordinance authorizing a one pe rcent increase i n the EMS tax levy for 2021 due to substantial need Att-2. Proposed Ordinance adopting the 2021 EMS Levy for the Snohomish portion of Bothell Adopt the two proposed Ordinances authorizing a one percent increase in the EMS levy for 2021 due to substantial need, and establishing th e 2021 EM S L evy for the Snohomish County Portion of Bothell . November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 172 of 210 Att-1 Page 1 of 3 BOTHELL URBAN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE DISTRICT SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. _______ (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUTHORIZING A ONE PERCENT INCREASE IN THE EMS PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR 2021 DUE TO SUBSTANTIAL NEED. WHEREAS, State law allows property tax levy amounts to increase annually by the implicit price deflator (IPD), or one percent, whichever is less ; and the IPD for tax year 2021 is only 0.602 percent; and WHEREAS, the City of Bothell’s proposed 2021-2022 biennial budget assumes annual EMS property tax levy increases of one percent to be used to fund emergency medical services; and WHEREAS, the governing body of the Bothell Urban EMS District has determined that in order to discharge the expected expenses and obligations of the District and the City, there is a substantial need to set the EMS levy increase for 2021 at one percent. NOW, THEREFORE, THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, W ASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this ordinance is to authorize a one percent increase in the EMS property tax levy limit for 2021 due to substantial need. Section 2. The governing body of the Bothell Urban EMS District finds and determines that, pursuant to and for the purposes of Chapter 84.55 RCW, there is a substantial need to set the 2021 EMS levy limit at one percent. Sec tion 3. SEVERABILITY. If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 173 of 210 Att-1 Page 2 of 3 Sec tion 4. EFFECTIVE DATE . This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the governing body of the Bothell Urban EMS District, is not subject to referendum, and shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. Section 5. CORRECTIONS. The City Clerk, as ex officio Secretary of the District, and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. APPROVED: ______________________________________ LIAM OLSEN CHAIR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HAT HAWAY BOARD SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: PAUL BYRNE BOARD ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE BOARD SECRETARY: PASSED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 174 of 210 Att-1 Page 3 of 3 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. (2020) Bothell Ur ban Emergency Medical Service District Snohomish County, Washington On the 17th day of November 2021, the Bothell Urban EMS Board passed Ordinance No. (2020). A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, is provided as follow s: AN ORDINANCE OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUTHORIZING A ONE PERCENT INCREASE IN THE EMS PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT DUE TO SUBSTANTIAL NEED. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. LAURA HATHAWAY BOARD SECRETARY FILED WITH THE BOARD SECRETARY: PASSED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 175 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 176 of 210 Att -2 Page 1 of 4 BOTHELL URBAN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE DISTRICT SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. _______ (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON, LEVYING THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) TAX FOR THE SNOHOMISH COUNTY PORTION OF THE CITY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2021 ON ALL PROPERTY, BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL, IN SAID DISTRICT AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION THEREOF WHEREAS, the City of Bothell Snohomish County voters authorized the Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Service (EMS) District (the Snohomish County portion of Bothell), to collect an EMS levy for 6 years, beginning January 1, 2018; and WHEREAS, it is necessary that the governing body of the Bothell Urban EMS District, Snohomish County, adopt an ordinance levying the EMS property tax for the Snohomish County portion of Bothell for the fiscal year commencing January 1, 2021. NOW, THEREFORE, THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, W ASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this ordinance is to adopt the 2021 EMS tax levy as set forth below. Section 2. There shall be and hereby is levied on all real, personal, and utility property in the Snohomish County portion of the City of Bothell (Bothell Urban EMS District), subject to taxation, current EMS property taxes for the ensuing year commencing January 1, 2021, a discretionary increase of $14,846.64, which is a percentage increase of 1% from the previous year. This increase is exclusive of additional revenue resulting from new construction, improvements to property, newly constructed wind turbines, solar, biomass and geothermal facilities and any increase in the value of state assessed property, any annexations that have occurred and refunds made. Section 3. This ordinance shall be certified to the Snohomish County Assessor, as provided by law, and EMS property taxes herein levied in the total amount of November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 177 of 210 Att -2 Page 2 of 4 $1,600,000 for 2021, or such other amount as necessary, but not to exceed $0.335 per thousand dollars of assessed valuation, to conform to the Snohomish County Certification of Assessed Valuation for Tax Year 2021, and shall be collected and paid to the Finance Director of the City of Bothell at the time and in the manner provided by the laws of the State of Washington for the collection of taxes for non-charter code cities. Section 4. SEVERABILITY. If any section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance. Section 5. EFFECTIVE DATE . This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the Bothell Urban EMS District legislative body, is not subject to referendum, and shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. Section 6. CORRECTIONS. The City Clerk, as ex officio Secretary of the District, and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. APPROVED: ______________________________________ LIAM OLSEN CHAIR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY BOARD SECRETARY November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 178 of 210 Att -2 Page 3 of 4 APPROVED AS TO FORM: PAUL BYRNE BOARD ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE BOARD SECRETARY: PASSED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 179 of 210 Att -2 Page 4 of 4 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. (2020) Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Service District Snohomish County, Washington On the 17th day of November 2020, the Bothell Urban EMS Board passed Ordinance No. (2021). A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, is provided as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOTHELL URBAN EMS DISTRICT, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON, LEVYING THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) TAX FOR THE SNOHOMISH COUNTY PORTION OF THE CITY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2021 ON ALL PROPERTY, BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL, IN SAID DISTRICT AS REQUIRED BY LAW, AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION THEREOF. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. LAURA HATHAWAY BOARD SECRETARY FILED WITH THE BOARD SECRETARY: PASSED BY THE GOVERNING BOARD: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 180 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-153 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Jennifer Phillips, City Manager DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Public Hearing on the Final 2021-2022 Budget and Consideration of an Ordinance Adopting the Final 2021-2022 Budget. POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to consider whether to adopt the Final 2021-2022 Budget as presented and to consider two unresolved funding matters regarding the Human Services Grants and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion position. HISTORY: DATE ACTION JUNE 23-25, 2020 Budget Workshops JUNE-SEPTEMBER, 2020 City Council Discussed Budget Priorities and Goals OCTOBER 6, 2020 City Manager Presented the Preliminary Budget OCTOBER 20, 2020 Public Hearing Held on Preliminary Budget NOVEMBER 10, 2020 Revenue Update Presentation DISCUSSION: The biennial budget development process is designed to create a spending plan for the upcoming two-year period, or biennium. The 2021-2022 budget development process has included the following for the ensuing biennium: forecasting of revenues; public discussion with the City Council on priorities and goals; determination of operating and capital needs; balancing of forecasted resources and costs; presentation of a Preliminary Budget for City Council and Community consideration; public hearings and solicitation of public comments; and City Council deliberations. The Final Budget is the result of the aforementioned process and establishes a two- year spending plan for each of the City’s funds, including the General Fund, capital funds, and utilities, among others. Per Council ’s direction, a major focus of this Final Budget is working to achieve financial sustainability. Difficult decisions have already been to reduce expenditures, including the layoff of 14 employees in 2020 and other cost saving measures which have impacted services and staff workload, placing more work and strain on current staff. These layoffs and cost saving measures were crucial in reducing expenses in 2021-2022. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 181 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-153 The budget is balanced, consistent with State Law, but is not balanced per the City’s Financial Policies that were updated earlier this year. This condition is caused by the increase in fund balance targets established by the updated Policies. The current General Fund Reserve Policy establishes a target of three months operati ng reserves, the Final 2021-2022 Budget is projected to end with a General Fund Reserve balance of just under two months. However, consistent with the updated Policies, the Fi nal Budget contains measures for Council consideration in 2021 that would increase revenues to cover expenses to solidify an annual balanced budget that does not require use of General Fund Reserves. The Asset Replacement Fund also remains unfunded for future purchases, but funding is included in the Fin al 2021-2022 Budget for essential capital replacements. Th e 2021-2022 budget requires use of General Fund Reserves because expen ses exceed revenues. Any additional expenditures without identifying matching revenue will further exacerbate the imbalance and will be out of compliance with the Council’s policy of identifying a strategy to achieve and maintain 3 months operating reserve. Due to the unprecedented economic environme nt, expenditures will be tightly monitored and opportunities for savings will be pursued. However, it is vitally important to reiterate that without securing additional revenue in 2021, drastic service reductions will be required. Based on feedback from the City Council and community at and following the October 6, 2020 budget presentation and October 20 Public Hearing, two issues remain unresolved in the Final Budget; funding for Human Services Grants and funding to support the Council’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative. Human Services Grants The City has grappled with the administration and monitoring of the nearly $750,000 biennial allocation to the Human S erv ices grant. For many years, the City negotiated and administere d contracts individually with the human services providers. The providers, i n turn, submitted broad quarterly reports and invoices to the City for reimbursement from their granted amount. To streamline the process and improve reporting and accountability, the City entered an Inter-local Agreement with other east and north-end cities (e.g., Kirkland, Bellevue, Kenmore, Shoreline), known as the Poole d Program. Providers that deliver services to multiple cities participate i n the Pooled Program. This allows the providers to submit one grant application that indicates all the cities they would like to consider their grant application for their regionally serving programs and services. One contract per p rovider was generated by the pool for all participating cities and, i n turn, the providers submitted one broad quarterly report and invoice to the pool for reimbursement. The City of Bellevue oversees the Pooled Program for our November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 182 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-153 region and, in 2017-2018, 21 o f th e 44 Bothell funded programs were included in the Pooled Program. The City of Bothell contracted directly with the remaining 23 providers. On January 8, 2019 the City Council approved funding the same organizations funded in 2017-2018 and included a few more that were added by the Council’s Ad Hoc Human S erv ices Comm ittee at their discretion. In an effort to improve level of service specifically to the Bothell community, the City Council approved bringing the grant administration for all 47 grants back under Bothell’s sole responsibility, significantly increasing staff’s workload. While discussing preparations for the 2020 grants, the Committee expressed the desire to ensure Bothell grant funds were directed to serving the Bothell community, interest in improved reporting and accountability, and acknowledged the complexity and inefficiencies of administering the human services grant program in-house. Following Council direction, in F ebruary 2019 staff issued a Request for Proposals to human services organizations to manage the City’s Human Services Grant program. No proposals were received. Staff then proposed to the Council’s Human Services Committee to use a portion of the grant funds to fund a position to oversee and provide social services/navigator services to our community. The Committee rejected this proposal. As a result, for 2020 the Human Se rvices Committee decided to grant all the same agencies as in the previous three years at the same amounts with only a minor reduction withheld to conduct a needs assessment for Bothell, as the providers were asking Bothell what services were needed. The needs assessment was scheduled to begin in early 2020, but was placed on hold when the COVID crisis hit. At the October 6 Preliminary Budget presentation, staff presented the concept of a community resource center/community court. The concept includes partnering with human services organizations to deliver human services programs directed at serving the Bothell community, improving reporting and accountability, and more efficientl y administering the grants, as requested by Council . Due to the conceptual nature of this proposal General Funds are not included in the Final Budget but would be added when costs were identified as part of the proposal for the community resource center/community court. Council unanimously supported this concept and staff anticipate d returning to Council in Spring 2021 with a framework and budget estimate for the community resource center/communi ty court. It was anticipated that many of the human services agencies currently providing services to the Bothell community would be funded as part of the community resource center. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 183 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-153 If Council wishes to include funding for Human Services grants, staff recommen ds that the process be opened to all interested Human Service providers to ensure a fair, equitable and inclusive process and that services are directed to the Bothell community. A tota l o f $600,000 in fund ing would be moved from the Asset Replacement Fund identified for turf replacement for the ball fields to fund the Human Services Grants. It should also be noted that development and funding for the community resource center/community court will be delayed so staff can focus on the Human Services Grants during 2021. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative On S ept emb er 15, 2020 the C ity Council adopted a resolution establishing a goal to pursue equity through inclusive community engagement. Along with Council Members, community members and the Planning Commission have voiced strong support for resources to be allocated towards this goal. As part of the September 15 presentation, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion report provided informati on regarding an Inclusion and Engagement Coordinator position. The annual cost of this full-time position is $120,000. This position would be focused on community engagement and working with the organization to support an inclusive and dive rse work place. Funding for this position would initially be from the City’s unrestricted General Fund Reserve. As part of the scheduled mid-biennium amendment, staff will provide the City Council with options for funding the position with on-going revenues. As discussed during the October 6, 2020 Preliminary Budget presentation and reiterated in this Agenda Bill , the City must identify and secure additional General Fund revenues to improve its financial sustainability. Staff will return to Council in 2021 to s eek d irection on revenue increasing options such as business license fees, utility taxes, car tabs and additional levy lid lifts to cover expenditures that continue to exceed revenues. Without significant increases in revenues and/or significant reductions in delivery and level of services to our community, the City will not achieve Council’s top priority of financial sustainab ility and will jeopardize the City’s credit rating. The Final Budget is represented by a table of forecasted revenues and expenditures in the Budget Ordinance. If Council wishes to add funding for the Human Services Grants and/or the position identified to support the Council’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Goal, the expenditures and positions may be added as part of the motion to approve the Final 2021-2022 Budg et. Many elements of the biennial budget development process are dictated by State Law (RCW Section 35A.34). Following the public hearing on the Final Budget, all November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 184 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill FISCAL IMPACTS: AB # 20-153 regulatory requirements for adoption of the 2021-2022 budget have been satisfied. Following the public hearing on the Final Budget, the City Council must adopt a fi nal budget on or b efore D ecemb er 31, 2020. This item allocates establishes a spending plan for the 2021-2022 b ienn ium for all of the City’s funds. The al l-funds value of the biennial budget is $294,345,990. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. 2021-2022 Biennial Budget Ordinance Att-2. 2021-2022 Schedule of Budgeted Employment Positions RECOMMENDED ACTION: Open a public hearing on the Final Budget, consider comments offered during the public hearing, and approve the Ordinance adopting the final 2021-2022 Budget with any changes desired by a majority of the Council. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 185 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 186 of 210 Page 1 ORDINANCE NO. ___ (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING THE FINAL BUDGET OF THE CITY FOR THE BIENNIUM COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2021; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AN EFFECTIVE DATE, AND FOR SUMMARY PUBLICATION WHEREAS, on or before the first business day in the third month prior to the beginning of fiscal year 2021, the Finance Director submitted to the City Manager the estimates of revenue and expenditures for the next biennium as required by law; and WHEREAS, the City Manager reviewed the estimates and made such revisions and/or additions as deemed advisable, and prior to sixty (60) days before January 1, 2021 , filed the said revised preliminary budget (the Preliminary Budget) with the City Clerk together with her budget message and her recommendation for the final budget; and WHEREAS, the City Clerk provided sufficient copies of such preliminary budget and budget message to meet the reasonable demands of taxpayers and posted notice of filing for the availability of said preliminary budget, together with the date of a public hearing for the purpose of fixing the final budget, all as required by law; and WHEREAS, the detailed Preliminary Budget was published as the Preliminary Budget Book ; and WHEREAS, the Final Budget, represented by the table that follows the recitals, is the Preliminary Budget plus the changes discussed by the City Council during their budget deliberations including advancing a project to create a community resource center and community court and advancing the diversity, equity, and inclusion goal; and WHEREAS, the City Council met on November 17, 2020, which was on or before the first Monday of the month next preceding the beginning of the ensuing fiscal year, for the purpose of fixing a final budget and to conduct a public hearing on the Final Budget, all taxpayers were heard who appeared for or against any part of said budget; and WHEREAS, following the conclusion of said hearings the City Council made such adoptions and changes as it deemed necessary and proper. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Att-1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 187 of 210 Page 2 Section 1. The Final Budget for the biennium 2021-2022, a copy of which has been and is now on file with the office of the City Clerk , and said Final Budget as shown in the table contained in Section 2 shall be and the same is hereby adopted in full. Section 2. The following table sets forth the Final Budget and contains totals of estimated revenues for each separate fund and the aggregate totals for all such funds combined, the totals of estimated expenditures for each separate fund and the aggregate totals for all such funds combined. 2021-2022 Final Budget FUND Revenues Expenditures General Fund 109,395,175 111,498,932 Special Revenue Funds Street 12,744,073 10,558,008 Arterial Street 5,403,584 5,504,206 Park Cumulative Reserve 1,380,000 - Drug Seizure Fund 34,000 28,800 Fire Impact Fees 110,000 - Public Safety Levy 10,667,859 9,039,773 Debt Service Funds 2008 G.O. Refunding Bond Redemption - - LIFT G.O. Bond Redemption 3,994,525 3,994,525 2013 G.O. Bond Redemption 1,394,276 1,394,276 Fire Station G.O. Bond Redemption 3,255,100 3,255,100 Capital Funds Capital Improvements 43,473,048 44,020,064 Public Safety Capital Fund 10,264,436 31,348,161 Utility Funds Water 12,249,708 17,513,231 Sewer 17,294,543 23,069,714 Storm & Surface Water 13,035,019 21,227,095 Internal Service Funds Equipment Rental 3,482,606 3,482,606 Self Insurance 3,606,690 3,606,690 Asset Replacement 1,930,848 4,660,809 Expendable Trust Funds Cemetery Endowment - - Firemen's Pension Reserve 144,000 144,000 Section 3. Exhibit A which attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, sets forth the authorized positions of employment with the City for 2021-2022 Section 4. A complete c opy of the final budget for 2021-2022, as adopted, together with a copy of this adopting ordinance, shall be transmitted by the City Clerk to the Division of Municipal Corporations of the Office of the State Auditor, the Association of Washington Cities, and the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington. Section 5. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause, subsection, or phrase of this ordinance shall be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by any court, such invalidity November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 188 of 210 Page 3 or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or c onstitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, subsection, or phrase of this ordinance. Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum. This ordinance shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. Section 7. Corrections . The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. APPROVED: _____________________________________ LIAM OLSON MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: ________________________________ LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: ________________________________ PAUL BYRNE CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: __________________ PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: ________________ PUBLISHED: _________________ EFFECTIVE DATE: ________________________ ORDINANCE NO.: ______(2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 189 of 210 Page 4 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. _____ (2020) City of Bothell, Washington On the ____ day of November, 2020, the City Council of the City of Bothell pass ed Ordinance No.____ (2020). A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: ORDINANCE NO. ____ (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING THE FINAL BUDGET OF THE CITY FOR THE BIENNIUM COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2021; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AN EFFECTIVE DATE, AND FOR SUMMARY PUBLICATION The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. Dated this ____ day of _____________, 2020. __ LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: __________________ PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL__________________ PUBLISHED: _________________ EFFECTIVE DATE: __________________ ORDINANCE NO.: ____ (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 190 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" City Manager 1 Executive City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Assistant City Manager 2 Executive Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Executive Assistant to the City Manager 3 Executive Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Human Resources Director 4 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 City Clerk 5 City Clerk Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Utility Billing Program Specialist 6 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Human Resources Business Partner 8 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy Finance Director 11 Finance Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst (Compensation)12 Finance Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst 13 Finance AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Customer Service Specialist 14 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Accounting Specialist, Senior 15 Finance AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Community Development Director 16 Community Development Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Development Services Manager 18 Community Development Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Transportation Planner 19 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Planner, Senior 20 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Planner, Senior 21 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Planner 22 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Planner, Senior 23 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Legal Assistant 25 Legal AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 GIS Supervisor 26 Information Services Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Permit Services Supervisor 29 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 30 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Sustainability Engagement Coordinator 31 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fleet & Facilities Manager 32 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Lead 33 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Senior 34 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Senior 35 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Senior 36 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Chief 37 Fire & EMS Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy Fire Chief - Operations 38 Fire & EMS Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 39 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 40 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal 41 Fire & EMS Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 42 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 43 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 44 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 45 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 46 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 47 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 48 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 49 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 50 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 51 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 52 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 53 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 54 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 55 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Page 1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 191 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Fire Lieutenant - Training 56 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 57 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 58 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 59 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 60 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 61 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 62 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 63 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 64 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 65 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 66 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 67 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 68 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Community Emergency Preparedness Coordinator 69 Executive AFSCME 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 Administrative Services Manager 70 Fire & EMS Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Records Specialist 71 Fire & EMS AFSCME 0.75 0.75 0.00 0.00 Police Chief 72 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Captain 73 Police Police Captains 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy Police Chief 74 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 75 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 76 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 77 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 78 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 79 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 80 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 81 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 82 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 84 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 85 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 87 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 88 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 89 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Captain 90 Police Police Captains 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 91 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 92 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 93 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 94 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 96 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 97 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 98 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 99 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 100 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 101 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Evidence & Property Room Coordinator 102 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Records Specialist 103 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Records Specialist 104 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Support Services Manager 105 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 106 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 2 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 192 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Public Safety Telecommunicator 107 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 108 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 109 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 110 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 111 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator Supervisor 112 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 113 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 114 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Records Supervisor 115 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Director 116 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer 117 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Supervising Capital Projects Engineer 119 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Division Manager 120 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Engineering Technician 121 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Development Review Engineer, Senior 122 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Official 124 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Inspector, Senior 125 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Plans Examiner, Senior 126 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Projects Construction Inspector, Senior 127 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 GIS Analyst, Senior 129 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Construction Inspector, Senior 130 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Lead 132 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 SCADA Specialist 133 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 134 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 135 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Lead 136 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 137 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 138 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 139 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Operations Manager 140 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 141 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 142 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 143 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Lead 144 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 145 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 146 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Equipment Mechanic, Lead 147 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Equipment Mechanic 148 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Permit Services Coordinator, Senior 150 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Services Manager 151 Community Development Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 152 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Operations Manager 154 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 155 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Records Specialist 156 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Surface Water Program Coordinator - Education & Outreach 157 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Associate Engineer 158 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Court Administrator 159 Municipal Court Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 3 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 193 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Court Clerk 160 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 161 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 162 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 163 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 164 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 165 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 166 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 167 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 168 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 169 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Captain 170 Police Police Captains 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 171 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 172 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator Supervisor 175 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 176 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Network Supervisor 177 Information Services Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Support Officer 178 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 180 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 181 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 182 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 183 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 184 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker 185 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Services Coordinator 186 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 187 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 188 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Services Manager 189 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 191 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 192 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Records Specialist 193 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Development Review Transportation Engineer 194 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Recreation Coordinator 195 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Administrative Assistant 196 Fire & EMS AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 197 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 198 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 199 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 200 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 201 Police Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Permit Services Coordinator, Senior 202 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Development Review Engineer 204 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 205 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 206 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 207 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 208 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 209 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 210 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 211 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 212 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 4 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 194 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Police Officer 213 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 215 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 216 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 232 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 233 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Records Specialist 234 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Battalion Chief 235 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Records Specialist 236 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 239 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Transportation Operations Engineer 240 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Maintenance Specialist 241 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst, Senior 242 Finance Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Assistant to the City Manager 245 Executive Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Services Systems Supervisor 246 Information Services Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Plans Examiner 248 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 249 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 250 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Support Officer 251 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 252 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 253 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Court Clerk 255 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 City Attorney 256 Legal Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Lead Prosecutor 257 Legal Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Paralegal 258 Legal Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Labor & Employee Relations Manager 259 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Services Coordinator 261 Finance Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Code Compliance Officer 264 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 265 Fire & EMS AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Sergeant 266 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 269 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 270 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Captain 271 Police Police Captains 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy City Clerk 272 City Clerk AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 274 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 275 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 276 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 277 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 278 Fire & EMS AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Surface Water Program Coordinator - Water Qlty 279 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 280 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Utility Services Manager 281 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst, Senior 284 Finance AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Education & Community Engagement Coordinator/PIO 286 Fire & EMS AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Manager 287 Information Services Non-Rep 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Information Systems Technician 288 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 GIS Analyst, Senior 290 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Human Resources Generalist 292 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 5 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 195 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Capital Project Engineer 293 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Supervising Capital Projects Engineer 294 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer 295 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer 296 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 297 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Services Manager 298 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Finance Director 299 Finance Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 300 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Emergency Preparedness Manager 301 Executive Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Customer Service Specialist 302 Community Development AFSCME 0.50 0.50 0.00 0.00 Building Inspector, Senior 303 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Technician 310 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Tourism Manager 311 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Senior 312 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Recreation Assistant 315 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Deputy Public Works Director - Operations 318 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Projects Construction Inspector, Senior 319 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Construction Inspector, Senior 320 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 321 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Fire Lieutenant 322 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 323 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 324 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Court Coordinator 326 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 327 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 328 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 329 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Planner 330 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer 331 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer, Senior 332 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer, Senior 333 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst, Senior 334 Finance AFSCME 0.75 1.00 1.00 1.00 Associate Engineer 335 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Customer Service Specialist 336 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Surface Water Engineer, Senior 337 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 338 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 339 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 341 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant, Lead 344 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant, Lead 345 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Financial Analyst, Senior 347 Finance AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Surface Water Inspector, Senior 348 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Administrative Assistant 350 Fire & EMS AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Capital Project Engineer, Senior 351 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Capital Project Engineer, Senior 352 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Custodian, Lead 353 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Custodian 354 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Custodian 355 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Municipal Court Judge 357 Municipal Court Non-Rep 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 Page 6 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 196 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Domestic Violence Victims Coordinator 359 Legal AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 360 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Human Resources Business Partner 361 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Deputy City Attorney 362 Legal Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 363 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Animal Control Officer 364 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 365 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Custodian 366 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Parks Operations Manager 367 Parks & Recreation Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker 368 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Operations Manager 369 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 370 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Supervising Surface Water Engineer 371 Public Works Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Surface Water Inspector 372 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 373 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 374 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 375 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 376 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 377 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 378 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 379 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Plans Examiner, Senior 380 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Inspector, Senior 381 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Construction Inspector, Senior 382 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 384 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior 385 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Specialist 386 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Payroll Specialist 387 Finance AFSCME Non Rep 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 Surface Water Program Coordinator - IDDE 388 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks & Recreation Director 389 Parks & Recreation Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 GIS Analyst 390 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 GIS Analyst, Senior 391 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 392 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Custodial Day Porter 393 Public Works Non-Rep 0.75 0.75 0.00 0.00 Prosecutor 394 Legal Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Maintenance Specialist, Lead 395 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 396 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 397 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Probation Officer 398 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Court Clerk 399 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Permit Services Coordinator 401 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 402 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Technician 403 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Records Officer 404 City Clerk AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 405 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 406 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker 407 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker 408 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 7 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 197 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Parks Maintenance Worker 409 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Maintenance Worker, Lead 410 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Parks Planning & Grant Manager 411 Parks & Recreation Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Information Systems Director 412 Information Services Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Utility Billing Program Specialist, Lead 413 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Customer Service Specialist 414 Community Development AFSCME 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 Safety Manager 415 Human Resources Non-Rep 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Development Review Engineer 416 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Senior Plans Examiner 417 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 418 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 419 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 420 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 421 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 422 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 423 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 424 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Public Safety Telecommunicator 425 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Inspector 426 Community Development AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Economic Development Manager 427 Executive AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Volunteer and Special Events Coordinator 428 Parks & Recreation AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Code Compliance Officer 429 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Equipment Mechanic, Senior 431 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Sustainability Assistant 432 Public Works AFSCME 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 Equipment Mechanic TBD Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Levy Coordinator (NPRSA)TBD Executive AFSCME 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker TBD Public Works AFSCME 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior TBD Public Works AFSCME 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 Public Works Maintenance Worker, Senior TBD Public Works AFSCME 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6000 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6001 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6002 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6003 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6004 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Firefighter 6005 Fire & EMS IAFF 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Probation Officer 6006 Municipal Court AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6008 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6009 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6010 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6011 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6012 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6013 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6014 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6015 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6016 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6017 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6018 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6019 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Officer 6020 Police BPOG 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Page 8 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 198 of 210 Att - 2 Exhibit "A" Authorized Position Classification Listing Position Title Position Control # Department/Division Group 2019 2020 2021 2022 Evidence & Property Room Coordinator 6021 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Police Support Officer 6022 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Community Engagement Coordinator 6023 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Crime Analyst 6024 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Navigator 6025 Police AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Building Maintenance Specialist 6026 Public Works AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Information Systems Applications Analyst 6028 Information Services AFSCME 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Totals 380.60 380.85 369.85 369.85 Page 9 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 199 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 200 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-154 TO: Mayor Olsen and Members of the Bothell City Council FROM: Jennifer Phillips, Executive Jeanie Ashe , Executive (Presenter) DATE: November 17, 2020 SUBJECT: Ordinance Enacting A Temporary Cap On Delivery Fees And Other Service Charges Imposed Upon Retail Food Establishments By Third Party Delivery Services POLICY CONSIDERATION : This item asks the City Council to consider if the City should enact an ordinance for a temporary cap on delivery fees and other services charged to Bothell restaurants by third party delivery services. HISTORY: DATE ACTION MARCH 5, 2020 Mayor Olsen signed Declaration of Emergency MARCH 24, 2020 Governor Inslee issued “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” Order JUNE 1, 2020 Governor Inslee signed “Safe Start – Stay Healthy” Proclamation JUNE 9, 2020 Council approved interim ordinance to allow temporary reduced parking for outdoor dining SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 Council voted to continue the use of public streets and right of ways in the downtown until October 26, 2020. OCTOBER 6, 2020 Council extended the use of public streets and rights of Way on Main Street and use of private property/parking areas for outdoor dining until Phase 4 of Washington’s Safe Start proclamation. DISCUSSION: Social distancing, the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order and the Safe Start proclamation have affected Bothell restaurants’ ability to fully utilize their dine -i n capabilities resulting in an increased reliance on take -out delivery services. Food delivery apps have been on the rise for the past decade. With the closure of restaurants and reduced seating capacity, restaurants that did not previously use delivery service apps are now relying on them in the hopes of mitigating financial impacts of the pandemic. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 201 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill AB # 20-154 The National Restaurant Associ ation reports that restaurant profit margins are 3-5%. On average, app-based third-party restaurant delivery service fees are 20- 35% of the tot al food order. In addition to COVID- related costs and impacts, restaurant delivery fees are putting a huge dent in the already slim profit margins of restaurants. Small, independently-owned restaurants are disproportionately impacted by these fees and are at a higher risk of closing compared to restaurant franchises. To provide some financial relief, a local restauranteur has asked the City of Bothell to consider imposing a temporary 15% cap on third-party restaurant delivery fees. An app-based third -party restaurant delivery service partners with restaurants to create a marketplace so that customers can browse restaurant menus, place orders, and have food orders delivered to their homes. The four most popular apps are Uber Eats, Doordash, Grubhub, and Postmates (all four operate in Bothell). A change in consu mer eating habits has created a restaurant delivery app industry that in 2018 amounted to more than $2B in food orders. In May 2020, digital restaurant orders increased by 138%. NPD July 8, 2020. These delivery services charge commissions directly to restaurants for use of their service. There is no standardized fee schedule and the fees differ from business to business and include hidden fees that are not transparent to restaurants or custome rs. Delivery service companies report that their fees are tied to operational costs and pay for marketing, workforce, and insurance. The New York Times February 26, 2020 There is a large gap between the cost of the restaurant order and what the customer pays. This may have the unintended consequences of changing November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 202 of 210 City Council Agenda Bill FISCAL IMPACTS: AB # 20-154 customer’s perceptions about the restaurants they are ordering food from and negatively affect sales tax revenue. A number of cities including Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Palm Springs, Boston, New York, and San Francisco have issued emergency orders to temporarily cap restaurant delivery fees. Seattle issued an emergency order to institute a 15% cap on food delivery service commissions to “ensure that delivery, takeout remain viable options, and don’t cause increased financial hardship.” Seattle’s emergency order will remain in place until restaurants are allowed to offer unrestricted dine -in service. While it is unprecedented for local governments to dictate the pricing services of the private sector, staff found no evidence that the restaurant delivery service industry has initiated legal action in response to fee caps. In fact, at the August 4, 2020 Clark County (Nevada) Board of Commissioners meeting, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and Doordash all spoke during public comment. They acknowledged the need for a temporary cap and supported a 15% cap. The proposed ordinance to enact a temporary 15% cap on restaurant deli very fees in the City of Bothell include s language that ensures that delivery service driver compensation is not reduced; 100% of customer tips go to the delivery person; that no other fees are raised or cre ated in response to a temporary cap, and; expire s on June 30, 2021, unless otherwise repealed or extended by the City Council . This i tem has no d irect financial implications but supports Bothell businesses that generate sales tax. ATTACHMENTS: Att-1. Proposed Ordinance RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the attached, proposed ordinance to impose a 15% temporary cap on delivery fees and other service charges imposed upon retail food establishments by third party delivery services and prohibiting such food delivery services from reducing compensation to paid drivers during the effective date of the ordinance. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 203 of 210 (This page intentionally left blank) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 204 of 210 Page 1 of 6 ORDINANCE NO. (2020) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, RESTRICTING RESTAURANT DELIVERY AND PICK-UP COMMISSION FEES CHARGED BY THIRD-PARTY, APP -BASED FOOD DELIVERY PLATFORMS AND PROHIBITING REDUCTIONS IN COMPENSATION RATES PAID TO DELIVERY DRIVERS, DUE TO IMPACTS RESULTING FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC WHEREAS, Mayor Liam Olsen, in his official capacity, proclaimed an emergency exists in the City of Bothell due to the COVID -19 pandemic, as detailed in the Mayoral Proclamation of Civil Emergency dated March 5, 2020; and WHEREAS, the conditions described in that proclamation continue to exist; and WH EREAS, as of October 6, 2020, Washington State Department of Health has reported 90,633 confirmed COVID cases and 2,165 confirmed COVID deaths in the state of Washington; and WH EREAS, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical that restaurants stay open because they are performing essential functions, along with grocery stores and other food services, to provide the public with access to food; and WH EREAS, the social distancing measures required to mitigate the spread of the COVID -19 virus has significantly limited the ability and desirability for in-person dining, meaning that restaurant delivery and take-out options are critical to the public’s accessibility to food and addressing any community food insecurity; and WHEREAS, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a considerable impact on the local economy and, in particular, the restaurant, food service and other related industries , resulting in economic hardship for business owners due to loss of business income, layoffs, and reduced work hours for a significant percentage of this workforce; and WH EREAS, the premise of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is an important step to provide relief to the restaurant industry but as currently designed it does not address the unique and evolving challenges of the restaurant industry and their path to recovery, resulting in a growing number of restaurant owners concluding that the PPP will not prevent permanent clos ures , underscoring the need for other actions, such as Att-1 November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 205 of 210 Page 2 of 6 capping restaurant delivery and pick -up commission fees, to provide some financial relief to the industry; and WHEREAS, take-out and delivery services often places a severe financial strain on m any restaurants, particularly those that are small, independently-owned or minority- owned businesses that already operate on thin margins and WH EREAS, many consumers are eager to support local restaurants and use third-party, app-based delivery platforms to place orders with those restaurants, and these third-party platforms charge commission fees to restaurants based on the purchase price; and WH EREAS, while each service agreement between restaurants and third-party delivery platforms vary, all these agreements include delivery commission fees of up to 30% or more of the purchase price; and WH EREAS, restaurants, and particularly small, independently-owned, or minority- owned restaurants with few locations, have limited bargaining power to negotiate lower commission fees with third-party, app-based delivery platforms due to only a few companies in the marketplace that provide such delivery services, and face dire financial circumstances during this COVID -19 pandemic because take-out and delivery are often the only options to keep the business in operation; and WH EREAS, capping the commission fee to a maximum of 15% of the purchase price on delivery or pick -up orders while restaurants are unable to provide unrestricted dine-in service will accomplish the fundamental government purpose of ensuring the public’s accessibility to food and easing the financial burden on struggling restaurants during this public health emergency while not unduly burdening third-party, app-based delivery platforms; and WHEREAS, this public health emergency has also resulted in a significant number of employment layoffs, reduced work schedules, and record-breaking unemployment claims of almost half a million (485,000) in the state, including 135,000 unemployment claims in King County alone; and WHEREAS, during this time of local economic shutdown and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many vulnerable workers have found work opportunities as delivery drivers for these third-party, app-based delivery platforms to financially support themselves and their families; and November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 206 of 210 Page 3 of 6 WHEREAS, third-party, app-based delivery platforms will further undermine already vulnerable workers if the companies reduce compensation rates to these delivery drivers as a result of this ordinance, necessitating additional protections to avoid such potential adverse consequences; and WHEREAS, it is in the public interest to take action to maximize restaurant revenue from delivery and pick -up orders that are a lifeline for Bothell’s restaurant industry to enable these businesses to survive the impacts of the COVID -19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, it is the intent of the City Council that this ordinance be in effect until such time that a COVID -19 vaccination is widely available to the public and/or when in- person dining can resume at levels that allow for greater restaurant stability without heavy reliance upon take-out and delivery options; NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. A third party, app-based food delivery platform shall not charge a restaurant, for use of its services, more than a 15% commission fee per online order. Section 2. A third -party, app-based food delivery platform shall not reduce the compensation rates paid to the delivery service driver or garnish gratuities as a result of this ordinance going into effect. Section 3. For the purpose of this ordinance, “restaurant” means a business located within the City of Bothell in which food and/or beverage preparation and servic e is provided for individual consumption either on- or off-premise. Section 4. For the purpose of this ordinance, “third-party, app-based food delivery platform” means any website, mobile application, or other internet service that offers or arranges for the sale of food and beverages prepared by, and the same-day delivery or same-day pick -up of food and beverages from a food service establishment. Section 5. For the purpose of this ordinance, “online order” means an order placed through a platform provided by a third-party, app-based food delivery platform for pick -up or delivery from a restaurant within Bothell. Section 6. For the purpose of this order, “purchase price” means the menu price for an online order. Such term excludes taxes, gratuities, and any other fees that may make up the total cost to the customer of an online order. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 207 of 210 Page 4 of 6 Section 7. PENALTY. Any person found to have violated Section 1 or Section 2 of this ordinance shall be subject to issuance of an infraction carrying a civil penalty of $500 per occurrence. Section 8. SEVERABILITY. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance should be held to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance. Section 9. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance, being an exercise of a power specifically delegated to the City legislative body, is not subject to referendum, and shall take effect five (5) days after passage and publication of an approved summary thereof consisting of the title. Section 10. EXPIRATION. This ordinance shall expire on June 30, 2021, unless otherwise repealed or extended by the City Council. Section 11. CORRECTIONS. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener’s/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 208 of 210 Page 5 of 6 APPROVED: LIAM OLSEN MAYOR ATTEST/AUTHENTICATED: LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: PAUL BYRNE CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 209 of 210 Page 6 of 6 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. (2020) City of Bothell, Washington On the 17th day of November, 2020, the City Council of the City of Bothell passed Ordinance No. XX (2020). A summary of the content of said Ordinanc e, consisting of the title, is provided as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, RESTRICTING RESTAURANT DELIVERY AND PICK-UP COMMISSION FEES CHARGED BY THIRD- PARTY, APP -BASED FOOD DELIVERY PLATFORMS AND PROHIBITING REDUCTIONS IN COMPENSATION RATES PAID TO DELIVERY DRIVERS, DUE TO IMPACTS RESULTING FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. LAURA HATHAWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: (2020) November 17, 2020 Agenda Packet Page 210 of 210 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment: Ami Morse noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 6:27 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. 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Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Human services grant funding If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Please vote to reinstate the human services grant funding. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. 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View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Andrea Schafer noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 12:02 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Human Service Funding If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Field not completed. OR upload your comment document here: Human Services Funding_Bothell Kenmore Chamber.pdf First and Last Name Andrea Schafer Address PO Box 1203, Bothell, WA 98041 Phone Number 425-780-7094 Email Address andrea.schafer@edwardjones.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Connecting Business and Community PO Box 1203, Bothell, WA 98041 ǀ 425.485.4353 ǀ info@BothellKenmoreChamber.org ǀ www.BothellKenmoreChamber.org November 17, 2020 Dear Bothell City Council, Thank you for your commitment to enhancing the lives of our Bothell Community. As the Council considers the upcoming biennial budget, on behalf of our members, we would like to reach out in support of maintaining Human Services Grant funding. The Bothell Kenmore Chamber has been a long-standing institution in our Northshore community. Our membership includes over 50 nonprofits who provide vital services to our community. Many of these nonprofits are recipients of City of Bothell Human Services Grant funding including the Northshore Senior Center, YMCA, Northshore Schools Foundation, Eastside Baby Corner, Assistance League of the Eastside, Friends of Youth and HealthPoint. In this unprecedented time, all of us are affected by unforeseen circumstances and need to continue our commitment to serve those in need. Every one of us have benefitted from the work of these nonprofits. Our loved ones have been cared for, our essential needs have been supported, and those who are less fortunate have found places of caring. With the future uncertain, this is a time when we would ask our leaders to rally behind these services to be able to meet the needs of our community members. As illustrated in the quarterly reports submitted by grant recipients, the number of Bothell residents in need of support is clear and we anticipate that the needs of our community members will grow. No single organization can meet the needs of our diverse community, but we hope that we can keep our network of resources strong to assure that all community members thrive. Please consider keeping the funding for human services in the upcoming budget. Sincerely, Andrea Schafer Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Chair Andrea.Schafer@edwardjones.com 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Ann Nuss noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 8:57 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Budget - including funding for DEI position If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I am asking that Council to vote for the DEI position and the Human Services grant funding. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Ann Nuss Address Field not completed. Phone Number 4257530668 Email Address amsturtz28@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Athena Louscher noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 1:03 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Diversity and Inclusion If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. To empower Bothell to be a great community leader and be an example of inclusion and diversity we need to start taking steps with that focus in mind. That Bothell can be a home for anyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or income. Let’s work together to create a position that will advocate on issues from a place of inclusion. Bothell will only be all the better for it. Thank you! OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Athena Louscher Address Field not completed. Phone Number 206-992-2512 Email Address Jinxsain@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Cameron Chapman noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 12:43 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? 2021-22 Budget If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. "No funding has been cut from the police budget. Instead, we understand that the police budget has increased $1 million compared to the prior budget cycle. The current police contract expires on 12/31/20, potentially allowing for renegotiation. The city is talking about including $600,000 in funding for Human Services grants Please use this money to add a position related to DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) to city staff" OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Cameron A Chapman Address 20100 103rd PL NE Phone Number 2069481733 Email Address cccchapman@outlook.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Craig Breedon noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 12:05 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Diversity, Equity and Inclusion staff member If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Waste of taxpayer money OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Craig Breedon Address 16343 118th CT NE Phone Number 2063727966 Email Address cbreedon@comcast.net PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Elaine Walsh noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 9:32 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? 2021-22 budget If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I would like to ask the Council to vote for the DEI position and the Human Services grant funding as it is an integral part in focusing on community engagement. I also urge the city to reduce the police budget and divert funds to the community court. The police need help and they way to do that is putting money into the community, not the police. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Elaine Walsh Address 9418 NE 130th Pl Phone Number 206-696-5939 Email Address Elainelynn@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Thank you for accepting this comment. My name is Hannah Mendro, and I’m a resident of Bothell. I’m writing in to voice my support for the proposed Inclusion & Engagement Coordinator position in the budget. I and other community members have been asking for a diversity, equity, and inclusion-focused position for some time, and it’s heartening to see that council has heard our requests. DEI work on an internal level, as well as in community engagement efforts, is absolutely crucial for the safety, health, and well-being of our marginalized community members, and I urge Council to vote to include this position in the budget. I do want to acknowledge that there are a few areas of concern for me in this proposal. First, it is somewhat unclear exactly what this position will look like. I notice that the title and description of the position lack the word “equity,” which is a necessary part of the inclusion and engagement work we hope the city will do internally and externally. I understand that at the moment, the priority is making space for the position in the budget, but I hope that you will continue to be transparent with what this position will entail and how this will improve the city’s engagement with and accountability to the community. Second, I am somewhat concerned by the immediate lack of a longer-term funding proposal for this position. It gives me pause that the city has found space within the existing budget to increase funding to the police department, but not to fund a position that the community has been pleading for without dipping into the general reserve fund. However, I understand that this is a larger conversation, and I repeat my request for transparency and accountability in the long-term creation and establishment of this position. I hope that Council will take this long- term need seriously and prioritize renewable funding for this position in the future. But again, my highest priority is that this position be created and funded. Improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the city’s internal processes and in external policy and community engagement is of the utmost importance in this current time, and is something that the community desperately wants and needs. I am grateful to you for listening to us, and I truly hope you will vote to fund this position for 2021 and beyond. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 6:44 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Budget If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Field not completed. OR upload your comment document here: Hannah Mendro Nov 17 public comment.docx First and Last Name Hannah Mendro Address Field not completed. Phone Number 4253302851 Email Address hannah.mendro@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Madison Fallin noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 9:01 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Reinstatement of money for Human Services grants and DEI position If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. The city of Bothell is a wonderful place, one that I am proud to call my home. From the vibrant and friendly community Facebook group to the dedicated public servants who devote their lives to helping us, it's a city that I love to be a part of. I request to the city council that they continue this loving and welcoming tradition by creating a dedicated Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion position on the city staff to help ensure that everyone is treated with the same kindness Bothell is known for. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Madison C. Fallin Address Field not completed. Phone Number 2066975663 Email Address madisoncfallin@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Megan Prine noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 7:46 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? DEI and Human Services Grant Funding If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I am writing to voice support for the DEI position and the Human Services grant funding. These are critical services that Bothell council should embrace and support for the welfare of the community, residents and success of the city. Thank you. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Megan Prine Address Field not completed. Phone Number 2062006605 Email Address Meganprine@hotmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Nicole Dibble noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 8:41 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Budget If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Please vote YES to hire an Inclusion and Engagement Coordinator and for the Human Services grants! These are vital for the community of Bothell and its citizens and businesses. Thank you! OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Nicole Dibble Address Field not completed. Phone Number 9374166032 Email Address Ndibble11@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Rosemar y Sutton noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 12:47 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Budget - Human Services grants If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I strongly urge the council to include funding for Human Services grants. During a pandemic with catastrophic economic, social, physical and mental health consequences it is unfathomable that human services grants would not be continued because replacing turf in ball fields is thought to be more important. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Rosemary Sutton Address 10804 NE 182nd Ct, Bothell, 98011 Phone Number 2163855330 Email Address rosemaryesutton@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Sabrina Bates noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 9:58 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? DEI If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Dear Bothell City Council Members, As a long time resident of the Bothell community, I urge you to vote on, and approve, the Human Services grant funding for a DEI position. Thank You, Sabrina Bates OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Sabrina Susan Bates Address 20811 W Richmond RD Phone Number 4257361764 Email Address beetle1015@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Sara So noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 10:56 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? DEI position If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Thank you for the progress you have made to create an Inclusion and Engagement Coordinator position for the City of Bothell. Please vote to support this position using the general reserve fund if need but ultimately with a long term funding solution. It will take time to repair the damage done by racism and while Bothell is not responsible for all of the problems, it can be a leader in finding solutions. This will improve public safety and create a better community for all. Thank you! OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Sara So Address Field not completed. Phone Number 425-829-8471 Email Address saraeso44@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Sarah Gustafson noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 2:38 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? DEI Staff Position & Budget Priorites If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I urge the Council to establish a DEI position -- and to prioritize renewable funding for a DEI position in the future. It gives me pause that the city has found space within the existing budget to increase funding to the Police Dept, but cannot fund a position that the community has been pressing for without dipping into the general reserve fund. But in any case, I'm grateful to you for listening to us, and I hope you'll vote to fund this position in 2021 and beyond. Thanks. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Sarah Gustafson Address 10808 Northeast 154th Place Phone Number 3236914509 Email Address sarah.c.gustafson@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Public Statement to Bothell City Council November 17, 2020 If the current proposed Bothell Biennium Budget is approved, human service providers serving Bothell residents will be faced with a funding cliff on January 1st. In a review of 27 of the City’s 41 funded programs, nearly 1 in 5 Bothell residents (8,090) are being served through these programs, including food, shelter, housing and rental assistance, mental health support and more. As City Staff note, the emergence of COVID-19 coincided with time the City had programmed to revisit the focus and process for Bothell in allocating human services funding. While this delay is understandable, eliminating the Human Services Grant Program entirely is unwarranted. It is now too late to open the application and funding process for 2021 without major disruption to Bothell residents, as is being suggested by City Staff. In order to avoid squeezing providers even more, particularly during a pandemic when nonprofits are struggling to meet increasing need, we ask that the City Council amend the proposed budget and proceed as follows: • Provide full funding in the budget for human services in 2021 and 2022. • Continue funding of human services in 2021 for providers contracted with in 2020. • Add DEI measurements to all agency contracts that ensure engagement and service to underrepresented communities. • Use the first quarter of 2021 to determine the process and focus for the City’s human services funding in 2022 and in future years. With supported provider partnerships and a revamped application and evaluation process in place, the City of Bothell will be able to engage human service agencies in the spring of 2021 to smoothly plan for services in 2022 and beyond. Additionally, ensuring the capacity of providers will help in the development of a successful Community Resource Center/Community Court, something that requires significant planning and can take up to a year or more to establish. NUHSA and our members in Bothell and throughout North King County advocate for a strong and accessible health and human services system. We hope to be a resource and ally in those efforts and look forward to continued conversation with you to help ensure every Bothell resident receives the support they need. Thank you for your dedicated service to your community! 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Fwd: Submission for City Council Meeting Nov. 17th NUHSA Staff <staff@nuhsa.org> Tue 11/17/2020 12:13 PM To: Laura Hathaway <Laura.Hathaway@bothellwa.gov>; Robin Schaefer <Robin.Schaefer@bothellwa.gov> Cc: Beratta Gomillion <Bgomillion@chs-nw.org> 1 attachments (27 KB) Bothell Budget Response 11-17-20.docx; Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Hello again,  Wondering if there might be an issue with the public comment form on the website. I understand that Ms. Beratta Gomillion, cc'd here, also tried to use the form to sign up for tonight's City Council meeting.  She had intended to provide public comment.  And, just to clarify, the attached statement was submitted for the public record and for City Council review - there is no expectation that it be read during the meeting.  Just wanted to confirm.   Thank you!  Silje  ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: NUHSA Staff <staff@nuhsa.org> Date: Tue, Nov 17, 2020 at 11:44 AM Subject: Submission for City Council Meeting Nov. 17th To: Laura Hathaway <laura.hathaway@bothellwa.gov> Good morning,  I have tried to upload a couple of times now a public statement for tonight's City Council meeting, but continue to receive a response that the form has been rejected.  I can't see any reason why this would be the case as the form seems complete.  Is it possible to include the attached?   Thank you!   Silje  206-550-5626 -- 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 Silje Sodal, MPH Staff at NUHSA (North Urban Human Services Alliance) P.O. Box. 60215 Shoreline, WA 98160 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment: Sriram Gopalan noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Mon 11/16/2020 9:50 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Property taxes in Bothell If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. I moved to Bothell in 2011 and my property taxes have more than doubled. Same time, many new homes have been built. The city must have many times more revenue in property taxes than it did a decade ago. But in return for this steep increase in tax revenue, not only have we not seen commensurate services in return, I was disturbed to hear of plans to increase property taxes even more! Learn to live within budget and curb wasteful spending. We all tighten our belts, why not local government? OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Sriram Gopalan Address 232 Nellis Rd Phone Number 408 921 9248 Email Address sriramgopalan@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Thoa Nguyen noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Fri 11/13/2020 11:31 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Delivery fee on restaurant food If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Hello, my name is Thoa Nguyen, I am owner of Sushi Chinois Please help us regulate the delivery fee to 15%. We are currently not able to do any delivery fees due to the cost, it is too high. Our profit margin after cost is only 8-10% if any at this current Covid situation. I know the explanation is that everything is already incurred and all we have to do is food cost toward the delivery. but there is more cost which are more labor, payroll tax expenses,. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name THoa Nguyen Address 19122 Beardslee blvd, bothell, wa 98011 Phone Number 206-790-3611 Email Address office@tnmcafe.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/2 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment: Tuan Nguyen noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Sat 11/14/2020 12:21 AM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Delivery Fees Ordinance If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Hello City Council - Our restaurant is located in a business park which we rely heavily on the workers dining in during their lunch breaks. A bulk of our revenue comes from the lunch rush, but it has reduced significantly due to the dine-in limitation and most workers are WFH. So now we rely primarily on take-outs and deliveries platforms such as Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. However, their high commissions eat into any profit margins that we have. We hope this ordinance will pass to help us. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Tuan Nguyen Address 22118 20th Ave SE, Suite 127 Bothell WA 98021 Phone Number 2066189075 Email Address tknguyenwa@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…2/2 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 11/18/2020 Mail - Robin Schaefer - Outlook https://outlook.office365.com/mail/AAMkADhjNWRmNTgzLTIyN2YtNGU2NS1iZWY0LWQ3ZDVkYzNiYmZkMgAuAAAAAAC0f93LnqIoQJEuynUUtf8VA…1/1 [EXTERNAL] Online Form Submittal: Written Comment - Zhirong Chen noreply@civicplus.com <noreply@civicplus.com> Tue 11/17/2020 2:48 PM To: City Clerk <CityClerk@bothellwa.gov> Stop! Look! Think before you click! This message originated from outside the City of Bothell network. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Public Comment Sign-Up (Verbal or Written) PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING FORM: If you wish to provide verbal or written public comment at the next *Virtual* City Council meeting, please fill out this form and submit no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Once received, directions for how to participate remotely will be sent to you via email. Written comments will be forwarded to Council and submitted as part of the record. I would like to:Submit Written Comment (below) What topic are you commenting on? Third party commission fee If submitting written comments, please type them here (limited to 500 characters) or upload below. Hello, we are so glad to hear the city bothell love to hear our voice about the three-party such as UberEats or doordash’s commission fee especially the COVID—19 time, the food cost is increasingly going up from time to time, so is the labor cost, the margin profit left for restaurant owner is less and less, not to mention the special time when sale is going down a lot. If any local office and third party company can work out a better rate would be very helpful for most of restaurants owner. OR upload your comment document here: Field not completed. First and Last Name Zhirong Chen Address 1410 228th st se, ste 100, Bothell, 98021 Phone Number 4255121158 Email Address zhirong1013@gmail.com PLEASE NOTE: Verbal comments will be limited to 3 minutes. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long, relate negatively to other individuals, or are otherwise inappropriate. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. Per RCW 42.56.010, all sign up sheets are considered public records and subject to disclosure. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Page 1 of 2 Comments received for the November 17, 2020 Virtual Council Meeting: VISITOR COMMENT SUBMITTED WRITTEN COMMENTS: 1. Thoa Nguyen (Sushi Chinois) – AB 20-154 Capping delivery fees to restaurants 2. Tuan Nguyen – AB 20-154 Capping delivery fees to restaurants 3. Zhirong Chen – AB 20-154 Capping delivery fees to restaurants REQUEST TO SPEAK LIVE: 1. Laura Escude 2. Brittany Caldwell (Bothell Kenmore Chamber) – AB 20-154 Capping delivery fees to restaurants 3. Chad Horrell (Doordash) – AB 20-154 Capping delivery fees to restaurants 4. Rami Al-Kabra – Tax increases, budget and cap on delivery fees PUBLIC HEARING AB – 20-151 PROPERTY TAX LEVY SUBMITTED WRITTEN COMMENTS: 1. Sriram Gopalan Page 2 of 2 PUBLIC HEARING AB – 20-153 FINAL 2021-2022 BUDGET SUBMITTED WRITTEN COMMENTS: 1. Nicole Dibble – DEI position and Human services Funding 2. Ann Nuss – DEI position and Human Services Funding 3. Madison Fallin – DEI position and Human Services Funding 4. Elaine Walsh – DEI position and Human Services Funding 5. Sara So – DEI position 6. Ami Morse – DEI position and Human Services Funding 7. Hannah Mendro – DEI position 8. Megan Prine – DEI position and Human Services Funding 9. Sabrina Susan Bates – DEI position and Human Services Funding 10. Andrea Schafer (Bothell Kenmore Chamber) – Human Services Funding 11. Craig Breedon – DEI position 12. Silje Sodal (NUHSA) – Human Services Funding 13. Cameron Chapman – DEI position and Human Services Funding 14. Rosemary Sutton – Human Services Funding 15. Athena Louscher – DEI position 16. Sarah Gustafson – DEI position REQUEST TO SPEAK LIVE: 1. Barbara Anderson 626-676-0270 – Budget & NS Senior Center 2. Andrew Nelson 425-286-5351 – DEI position in Budget 3. Angela Maeda 206-877-2141 – DEI 4. Kat Antes-Tadros 206-351-1302 – DEI 5. Aditi Jain 425-908-9550 – Public Safety Budget 6. Beratta Gomillion 206-698-2338 – Human services Funding and Budget 7. Jenne Alderks – 206-229-3030 DEI position