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  • 1. Public Works FACILITIES, PARKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PRESENTATION TO THE EVANSTON CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Section 1 Facilities: Homayoon Pirooz, Assistant Director of Public Works Infrastructure and Engineering Section 2 Parks: Stefanie Levine, Senior Project Manager Facilities and Parks Section 3 Streets, Sidewalks & Alleys: Suzette Robinson, Director of Public Works Public Works Summary: Suzette Robinson 2
  • 3. SECTION 1 FACILITIES OVERVIEW 2009 to 2013 Cost Summary Slides and Tables • Civic Center • Other City Facilities • Community Facilities • Lakefront Facilities Proposed Projects for 2014 Future Focus 3
  • 4. LORRAINE H. MORTON CIVIC CENTER 4 $1,772,200 $99,000 $417,000 $139,000 $135,000 $66,000 $44,500 $221,000 $16,300 $49,200 $329,000 2009-13 Capital Investments Roof replacement - $1,772,200 Front entry reconstruction - $99,000 Washrooms renovations - $417,000 Fire pump replacement - $139,000 Asbestos abatement - $135,000 Tuckpointing - $66,000 Hallway carpet tiles - $44,500 Parking lot lighting - $221,000 ADA doors - $16,300 Misc. HVAC - $49,200 Miscellaneous - $329,000 Total 5 year investment: $3.29 million
  • 5. OTHER CITY FACILITIES 5 $1,214,300 $710,000 $3,277,000 2009-13 Capital Investments Service Center - $1,214,300 Fire Stations - $710,000 Police/Fire Headquarters - $3,277,000 Total 5 year investment: $5.20 million
  • 6. COMMUNITY CENTERS 6 $82,000 $173,000 $15,000 $252,000 $246,000$1,267,500 2009-13 Capital Investments Chandler-Newberger Center - $82,000 Crown Center - $173,000 Ecology Center - $15,000 Fleetwood-Jourdain Center - $252,000 Levy Senior Center - $246,000 Noyes Cultural Arts Center - $1,267,500 Total 5 year investment: $2.04 million
  • 7. LAKEFRONT FACILITIES 7 $1,324,700 $435,000 $1,542,000 $98,000 $32,000 2009-13 Capital Investments Clark Street Beach House / Entry Drive - $1,324,700 Dempster Street Locker Building and Boat Racks - $435,000 Lakefront Bike Path - $1,542,000 Lagoon Renovation (design only) - $98,000 Harley Clark Mansion - $32,000 Total 5 year investment: $3.43 million
  • 8. FACILITIES EXPENDITURES 8 24% 37% 15% 25% 2009-13 Capital Investments By Percentages Civic Center - 24% Other City Facilities - 37% Community Centers - 15% Lakefront Facilities - 25% Total 5 year investment: $13.96 million
  • 9. PROPOSED 2014 FACILITIES PROJECTS Project Name GO Bonds Carryover Other Sources Total Animal Shelter Roof / HVAC $120,000 $120,000 Arrington Lakefront Lagoon Renovations $275,000 $200,000 $900,000 $1,375,000 Chandler-Newberger Study / Interior Improvements $250,000 $250,000 Church Street Boat Ramp Repairs $350,000 $200,000 $550,000 Civic Center Boiler Building Roof and Masonry $120,000 $120,000 Civic Center Security $300,000 $300,000 Clark Street Beach Bird Habitat Restoration $173,000 $173,000 Crown Partnership Study $73,000 $73,000 Dempster Street Beach Boat Racks $75,000 $75,000 Ecology Center Addition $100,000 $100,000 Facilities Capital Contingency $250,000 $250,000 Fire Station 2 First Floor Remodeling $360,000 $360,000 Fleetwood-Jourdain Study / Interior Improvements $250,000 $250,000 Levy Center Structural Study $100,000 $100,000 Salt Dome Reconstruction $380,000 $380,000 Service Center Electrical Study $35,000 $35,000 Total $2,200,000 $1,038,000 $1,273,000 $4,511,000 9
  • 10. FACILITIES EXPENDITURES 10 19% 35%15% 30% 2009-14 Capital Investments By Percentages Civic Center - 19% Other City Facilities - 35% Community Centers - 15% Lakefront Facilities - 30% Total 6 year investment: $18.47 million
  • 11. FACILITIES FUTURE FOCUS 1. Investments in Existing Community Centers • Increase investment rate (15% current)? • Chandler • Fleetwood • Levy 2. Harley Clarke Mansion • Recreation facility? • Park expansion? 3. Robert Crown • P3 update • What next? 4. Skate Park • Council direction needed • Locations for consideration 5. Recycling Center • Recreation facility? • Park expansion? 6. Shared Recreation Facilities • District 65 • ETHS • Northwestern University 11
  • 12. SECTION 2 PARKS OVERVIEW 12 2009 to 2013 Cost Summary Proposed Projects for 2014 Future Focus
  • 13. PARK INVESTMENTS 13 Total 5 year investment: $890,900 $269,300 $273,200 $139,800 $133,600 $75,000 2009-13 Capital Investments Brummel Richmond Tot Lot - $269,300 Firemens Park - $273,200 James Park - $139,800 Ladd Arboretum - $133,600 Twiggs Park - $75,000
  • 14. PROPOSED 2014 PARK PROJECTS 14 Project Name GO Bonds Carryover Other Sources Total Baker Park $75,000 $25,000 $100,000 Fountain Square Design Study $300,000 $300,000 Grey Park $56,500 $56,500 Ladd Arboretum $22,000 $88,000 $110,000 Needs Assessment and Evaluation $150,000 $150,000 Penny Park $130,000 $20,000 $150,000 Total $225,000 $208,500 $433,000 $866,500
  • 15. PARKS FUTURE FOCUS 1. Needs Assessment and Evaluation • Establish current conditions and uses • Determine park access / proximity to users • Compare Evanston to national standards • Define future needs • Establish long term strategy for future improvements 2. Partnership Opportunities • Schools • Open streets / parking lots 3. Fund Raising • Community groups • Private organizations • Grants 15
  • 16. SECTION 3 INFRASTRUCTURE 16 Primary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89
  • 17. 2010 TO 2014 PRIMARY STREET RESURFACING 17 39.64% 3.32% 12.47% 8.97% 4.62% 7.86% 5.22% 7.41% 4.94% 5.55% 2010-2014 Streets Resurfaced by Ward/Square Yards Primary Streets-173,176.58 sq yrds Ward 1-14,507.44 sq yrds Ward 2-54,483.11 sq yrds Ward 3-39,206.66 Ward 4-20,177.77 Ward 5-34,315.44 Ward 6-22,799.83 Ward 7-32,354.44 Ward 8-21,572.44 Ward 9-24,257.67 2 Primary 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • 18. SURFACE CONDITION PRIMARY ROUTES 18 13.35% 19.19% 34.02% 33.45% Very Poor less than 40 Poor 40-50 Poor 50-60 Fair 60-65
  • 19. SURFACE CONDITION BY WARD BELOW 40 19 1 2 4 6 7 8 9
  • 20. SURFACE CONDITION BY WARD 40 TO 49 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • 21. SURFACE CONDITION BY WARD 50 TO 59 21 9 1 2 3 4 567 8
  • 22. SURFACE CONDITION BY WARD 60 TO 65 22 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
  • 23. CITY OF EVANSTON'S METHODOLOGY FOR RESURFACING • Utility Priority • Development Priority • Grant/TIF Priority • Ward Equity • Surface Condition • Citizen Input/Field Review 23
  • 24. RESURFACING COMPARISON 24 Area Percentage of City Average Percentage Resurfaced Primary 42% 39.64% Ward 1 3% 3.32% Ward 2 9% 12.47% Ward 3 5% 8.97% Ward 4 5% 4.62% Ward 5 4% 7.86% Ward 6 10% 5.22% Ward 7 9% 7.41% Ward 8 6% 4.94% Ward 9 7% 5.55%
  • 25. STREETS SUMMARY Total needed to bring roads up to Fair category by 2018 $36,684,999 Current Funding Levels and Methodology • $1.4 million MFT, 1.8 million CIP • $3.2 million total annually is not sufficient to achieve an overall Fair condition 25
  • 26. PRIMARY ROUTE SUMMARY 26 SURFACE CONDITION Total SQ YD Cost Less than 40 35722.42 $1,821,844 40 - 50 51374.89 $2,620,119 50 - 59 91053.18 $4,643,712 60 - 65 89531.91 $4,566,127 Total $13,651,802 SURFACE CONDITION Total SQ YD Cost Less than 40 31141.00 $1,276,781 40 - 50 96344.40 $3,950,120 50 - 59 225700.80 $9,253,733 60 - 65 208599.10 $8,552,563 Total $23,033,197 LOCAL STREETS SUMMARY
  • 27. SIDEWALK PROGRAM Total miles of sidewalk – 268 miles Current Sidewalk Methodology • Funding: 50% Resident/ 50% City • Result: 50,000 SQ FT sidewalk replaced annually Option One • Funding: 60% Resident/ 40% City • Result: 60,000 SQ FT sidewalk replaced annually Option Two • Funding: 80% Resident/ 20% City • Result: 80,000 SQ FT sidewalk replaced annually 27 Before After
  • 28. ALLEY PROGRAM 28 Total length of alleys in the City – 70 miles Length of paved alley – 41.7 miles Previous Alley Methodology • Funding: 100% Resident • Result: Program participation dwindled Current Alley Methodology • Funding: 50% Resident/ 50% City • Result: Initially increased and now program numbers are declining Option One • Funding: 40% Resident/ 60% City • Result: More applications, depleting funds Option Two • Funding: 20% Resident/ 80% City • Result: More applications, depleting funds
  • 29. 29 QUESTIONS