2010 State Of The City Address

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The City of Maricopa and the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce are pleased to present Mayor Anthony Smith's annual State of the City Address. The address provides a review of how actions and events in the past year (2009) have advanced Maricopa’s progress towards achieving many of the critical goals identified in the City Council’s strategic plan, and plans for continued efforts.

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2010 State Of The City Address

  1. 1. Advancing our Strategic Plan
  2. 2. State of the City • Economy • Quality of Life • Transportation
  3. 3. Economy
  4. 4. Maricopa’s Financial Health 2009 2010 • Gen. fund budget  • Sales tax revenue  • Balanced budget • Property tax • Sales tax revenue  collections  • Property tax • State shared collections  revenue  • Continue conservative budgeting
  5. 5. 2009 Sales Tax Collected $1,000,000 Construction Retail $750,000 Other $500,000 Jan Feb $250,000 Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov $0 Dec
  6. 6. 2010 Projected Sales Tax $700,000 Construction Retail Other $525,000 $350,000 $175,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct $0 Nov Dec
  7. 7. Revenues / Expenditures Comparison $16M $15.6M $14.3M $12.8M $11.7M $8M 2008 $0M 2009 Revenue Expenditures
  8. 8. Census Comparison 2000 2005 2010 • 1,040 • 15,934 • Estimate: • 329 homes • 7,597 homes 35,000-45,000 • Estimate: 18,000 homes
  9. 9. Bene ts of a Complete Count • More representation • Federal 1 or 2 additional Congressional seats • County Increase to 5 supervisors • $1609 per person annually
  10. 10. State Funds Distribution To Cities Based On Census Count Transfers from $178 state/county shared revenues to... $81 Federally Funded Programs City of Maricopa Maricopa Unified School District $1,350 $64M
  11. 11. State Funds Distribution To Cities Based On Census Count (cont.) Current Census: • $178 x 15,934 = $2,836,252 Census Projections: • $178 x 40,000 = $7,120,000
  12. 12. Arizona’s Financial Health 2009 2010 • Revenue  • Increased deficit • Spending  • State shared revenue  • Budget deficit • Proposed temp. sales tax increase (1¢) • Cuts in government services • Additional fund raids • Attempts to raid municipal funds
  13. 13. Arizona Budget De cit $1B $0B -$0.9B -$1.4B -$1B -$3.2B -$2B -$3B FY2011 FY2010 -$4B FY2009
  14. 14. Economic Development Tools • Jobs/training incentive and tax cuts bill • Deal-closing fund • Reduce corporate income tax rate • Rework enterprise zone program • Tax Increment Financing (TIF) • AZ Department of Commerce
  15. 15. National Funding Opportunities 2009 2010 • Stimulus funds • Additional stimulus • TIGER* grant *Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery
  16. 16. Stimulus Wins! • Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant  $124,300 Green business/building programs, planning city complex, fleet conversion • Rural Business Enterprise Grant  USDA $30,000 Small business training • Arizona Department of Transportation  FTA $595,300 Purchase 2 buses and Park n’ Ride development
  17. 17. 2010 Stimulus Funding Applications • Community Oriented Policing Hiring Recovery Program (CHRP)  $627,282 Hire 3 additional officers • Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER)  $20M Grade separation project • FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Fire Station Construction Grant  $2.76M Fire station construction
  18. 18. Quality of Life
  19. 19. Public Safety 2009 2010 • Successful • Build upon successes investigations • Increase volunteer • Community opportunities Involvement • More community • Reduced crime involvement • MPD Explorers program initiated
  20. 20. Community Involvement • The Reserve Officer program • Victim’s Assistance Program • Police Explorers • Maricopa Police Foundation • FirePALS • H.U.R.T./C.E.R.T. • Water Safety Day • Graffiti Abatement Team • TRIAD • Volunteers in Police Service (VIPs)
  21. 21. Watch complete video presentation at: www.Maricopa20.tv
  22. 22. Volunteer of the Year Alan Suckerman Maricopa Police Dept.
  23. 23. Crime Rates Comparison Personal Crimes 1000 Robbery 750 Rape Homicide 500 Assault 250 Maricopa Buckeye 0 Casa Grande
  24. 24. Crime Rates Comparison Property Crimes 3500 Arson 2625 Vehicle Theft Theft 1750 Burglary 875 Maricopa Buckeye 0 Casa Grande
  25. 25. Strategic Partnerships 2009 2010 • Joint meetings with • Build relationships strategic partners • MUSD • Double track project • AMTRAK Station • Youth Programming relocation • Copa Cares • Tourism partnerships • Copa Cares
  26. 26. Watch complete video presentation at: www.Maricopa20.tv
  27. 27. Making a Difference Austen Pearce Maricopa, AZ Age 12
  28. 28. Utility Services 2009 2010 • Global Water’s filing • Timetable for ACC for rate increase decision on Global • Electrical District No. 3 request rate increases due to • Joint meetings with APS contract Electrical District No. 3 • Active involvement
  29. 29. Air Quality 2009 2010 • City takes actions to • Non-attainment lower dust actions • EPA non-attainment • Feedlots in for PM-10 and PM-2.5 transformation • Feedlot letter of • Clean and Green job intent creation
  30. 30. Watch complete video presentation at: www.Maricopa20.tv
  31. 31. Economic Opportunities 2009 2010 • Wal-Mart opens • RDA plan being • Redevelopment implemented District Plan adopted • Medical Center • Small business • Community / Multi- training program Generational Center • CAC site selection • Hotel • Business Retention
  32. 32. Transportation
  33. 33. Transportation Planning 2009 2010 • No state • Federal-Local: transportation funding » Grade separation sources exist for new project design projects » Transit Expansion • Attempts to fund • Public/Private SR-347 at UPRR Partnerships • Transit » I-11 Phx to Las Vegas • Hidden Valley Framework
  34. 34. Watch complete video presentation at: www.Maricopa20.tv
  35. 35. Proud History
  36. 36. Prosperous Future
  37. 37. Our Responsibility... Our Opportunity...

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