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2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
2011 City of Maricopa State of the City
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2011 City of Maricopa State of the City

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The City of Maricopa is pleased to present Mayor Anthony Smith’s third State of the City Address. In 2010, the Mayor discussed the City’s efforts to advance its Strategic Plan. This year’s address …

The City of Maricopa is pleased to present Mayor Anthony Smith’s third State of the City Address. In 2010, the Mayor discussed the City’s efforts to advance its Strategic Plan. This year’s address will present the many exciting projects and activities taking place that are a result of the strategic plan execution and are poised to make 2011 a breakout year in the city’s development.

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  • 1. State !" #$% City 2 0 1 1
  • 2. Brent Murphree Former Vice Mayor 2003-2010 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 3. State of the City • The Health of our City • Building a 21st Century City State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 4. Current State of the City: Financials State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 5. Our Financial Health • Similar to household budget • General Fund Operating Budget: $41.3 million • General Fund Savings Account • Capital Reserve Balance: $31.6 million Can be used for major infrastructure items such as park improvements, flood control, traffic signals, etc.  • Operating Reserve Balance: $27.4 million Can be used for smaller capital items, one-time expenditures, technology improvements, studies, etc. State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 6. Our Financial Health • Debt • Bonds: $20 million • Debt service: $1.7 million • Total Checking & Savings • Local Government Investment Pool: $106.1 million • Cash equivalents: $4.9 million State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 7. Our Financial Health Revenues vs. Expenditures Revenue $40M Expenditures $31M $30M $27M $26M $24M $20M $16M $12M $10M $0M 2009 2010 2011* *Current year FY11 as of end of 2nd quarter (1st 6 months of budget cycle) State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 8. Our Financial Health Anticipated Changes and Challenges • Local sales tax collections could remain steady or increase slightly • State shared revenue may be reduced • General Fund spending will continue to be conservative • Census numbers could increase revenue State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 9. Current State of the City: Development State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 10. Development New Single Family Permits by Calendar Year 7000 6613 5250 3500 2535 2471 913 400 186 1750 2010 2009 2008 2007 0 2006 2005 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 11. Development Residential Development • Increase of occupied homes since January 2010 (111) • Vacancy rate approximately 10% • Influx of Canadian visitors/homeowners • Affordable: Median home price of $98,000 as of Q4 2010 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 12. Development Residential Active Listing Trends Maricopa Mesa Phoenix 7.7 Scottsdale 8 Tempe 6.1 6 5.1 5.2 4.5 Maricopa’s months supply 4 of listings is lower than comparable Valley cities. 2 0 Jan-2011 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 13. Development Total Commercial Vacancy Rates 6.2 2010 4Q Maricopa Gilbert 4.5 Casa Grande 2009 4Q Surprise Queen Creek 4.3 2008 4Q 0 5 10 15 20 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 14. Development Non-Office Average Triple-Net (NNN) Rates $19.882010 4Q Maricopa $21.54 Gilbert Casa Grande2009 4Q Surprise Queen Creek2008 4Q $24.96 $0 $6.25 $12.50 $18.75 $25.00 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 15. Development New Growth Investment • Total capital investments in projects expected to break ground in 2011 (investment is at full completion) • Holiday Inn Express & Suites: $7 million • City Recreational Complex: $20 million • Pinal Power LLC: $92 million • CAC (Phase I): $10 million • City Municipal Complex: $15 million • Banner Health Center (Phase I): $10 million State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 16. Holiday Inn Express & Suites
  • 17. City Recreational Complex
  • 18. Pinal Power, LLC.
  • 19. City Municipal Complex
  • 20. Central Arizona College
  • 21. Banner Health Center
  • 22. Substantial Capital Investments for Maricopa: $154 million Significant job creation! State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 23. Video: Planned Projects State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 24. Current State of the City: Environment State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 25. Environment How has the City improved air quality? 200 173 150 PM10 Violations Cowtown 100 50 36 21 0 2008 2009 2010 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 26. Environment How has the City improved air quality? • Conducted public education and outreach • Participated in regional air quality efforts • Paved or stabilized 7 miles of public dirt roads and alleys • Paved, curbed or stabilized 4 miles of unpaved shoulders • Swept streets twice a month with 2 PM10 certified street sweepers State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 27. Current State of the City: Community Safety State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 28. Community Safety Service Enhancements • Portable fire house acquired for educational purposes State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 29. Community Safety Service Enhancements • Mobile Command Trailer • Received grant from Gila River Indian Community • Serves as a command post or headquarters during major events, emergencies or other public gatherings • Allows the emergency agency to stay on scenes for extended periods of time State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 30. Community Safety Fire Response Times • Performance measures: travel time for the first unit on scene Goal Actual 50% 4 minutes or less 45% 90% 6 minutes, 30 seconds or less 89% 0 0.225 0.45 0.675 0.9 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 31. Community Safety Rape Robbery Personal Crime Incidents Agg. Assault 60 52 47 45 41 30 15 12 9 9 8 4 3 0 2008 2009 2010 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 32. Burglary Community Safety Larceny Auto Theft Property Crime Incidents 800 800 729 635 600 400 229 223 200 195 91 63 50 0 2008 2009 2010 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 33. Community Safety Valley Cities Comparison: 2nd Lowest Overall Gilbert 21 Maricopa 26 Scottsdale 28 El Mirage 29 Chandler 33 Mesa 37.8 Phoenix 45.5 Tempe 54.2 Avondale 55.1 Tucson 58.1 Glendale 59.3 0 15 30 45 60 Overall crime Rate per 1,000 residents State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 34. Community Safety DUI and Accident Rates 2009 2010 0.34 Number of Accident- Related DUI Arrests 0.25 2.9 Number of Accidentsat Busiest Intersections 2.18 0 0.75 1.5 2.25 3 Per 1,000 population State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 35. Community Safety Graffiti Abatement • 2009 & before • Property owners responsible for clean-up • 2010 • Graffiti team established • Truck donated from Maricopa Police Department • Partnership with Sherwin-Williams State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 36. Community Safety Graffiti Abatement • 2011 • 173 incidents removed • Goal: 24-hour response time Code Requirement: 10 day response time State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 37. Community Safety Graffiti Abatement Team Harold Bourquin Terry Clark State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 38. What key elementswill Maricopa need to reach this vision? State !" #$% City 2 0 1 1
  • 39. Video: Citizen Visions State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 40. Maricopa will... ...be properly planned. • Commitment to a long-term Strategic Plan • Economic sustainability • Quality of life • Transportation connectivity • Public safety • Managing the future • Themes and design standards being set for all City projects concurrently State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 41. Maricopa will... ...be poised for progress. • Diversified tax base • Reduced impact fee rates • Commercial fees: 20 to 45% • Residential fees: nearly 40% • Opportunity expires June 30, 2012 • Expedited 2011 planned projects State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 42. Maricopa will have invested... ...in economic development with measurable success. • Economic Development Strategic Plan • Creation of tools • Maricopa Economic Development Alliance • Governor Jan Brewer signed major jobs bill February 16, 2011 video State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 43. Video: Gov. Jan Brewer State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 44. Maricopa will have invested... ...in economic development with measurable success. • Small business initiatives • Maricopa20 programming • Chamber partnership • Business Retention Program • New Ventures and Growth Ventures (small business) training State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 45. Maricopa will have... ...a sense of place. • Long-term vision: make the Heritage District a destination place • Redevelopment Plan adopted by Council in July 2009 • Property tax incentive opportunities • Citizen Advisory Committee working on utilizing 2nd $50,000 grant from Gila River Indian Community State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 46. Video: Heritage Area (Watch on youtube.com/myMaricopa20) State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 47. Maricopa will be... ...connected locally and regionally. • Fund grade separation at John Wayne Parkway and Union Pacific Railroad • Parkway Loop System • East/West Interstate 11 corridor • Additional routes to Interstate 10 State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 48. Maricopa will be... ...connected locally and regionally. • ‘Right-size’ transit services • Commuter or high-speed rail from Phoenix to Tucson • Utilize public private partnerships State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 49. Maricopa will set... ...the standard for sustainable activities. • Water management • Solar energy • Park and Ride Lot • Meritage Homes • Clean and green industries • Innovative City facility designs State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 50. Video: Green Initiatives State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 51. Maricopa will... ...be a leader in communications. • Communications with residents • Citizen surveys help drive the strategic plan • Innovator in social media • Aggressive marketing to citizens, business opportunities, and in tourism arena State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 52. Maricopa will be... ...a safe place to live and work. • Adequately equipped departments • Citizens take responsibility and ownership • Highly trained Police & Fire • Partner with the community • Copa Cares • Graffiti Team • HOAs State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 53. A strong focus on education... ...will provide avenues for success. • Partnership with Maricopa Unified School District • Support local education alternatives • Central Arizona College – joint use facilities and workforce development planning • U of A research facility • ASU student research projects (planning, tourism) State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 54. With your help... Maricopa can reach this vision! • Volunteer • Support your schools • SHOP LOCAL • Attend your Town Hall: • Saturday, February 26 at 10 a.m. Maricopa Unified School District Administrative Building • Participate in budget process State !" #$% CityBuilding a 21st Century City 2 0 1 1
  • 55. Together we canBuild a 21st Century City! State !" #$% City 2 0 1 1
  • 56. State !" #$% City 2 0 1 1

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