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170724 Budget Workshop 1

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FY 2017-18 Proposed Budget presentation to the Lubbock City Council on July 24, 2017.

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170724 Budget Workshop 1

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  2. 2. Executive Overview Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 2
  3. 3. General Budget Overview Key Highlights / Changes to FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget • Health plan changes, saving ~$4MM • Use of fund balance – Risk Management – lowers internal P&C charge • Phasing out vehicle debt program with tax  notes • Funding 44.1% of vehicle/equipment  purchases with cash • Cash funding 54.4% of capital projects • Solid Waste reorganized into the General  Fund • Water and Wastewater combined into one  fund • Departmental reorganizations and employee  positions to meet demands and customer  service expectation  • 2% compensation adjustment for all  employees, including part‐time – adjusts pay  bands • Necessary rate changes in some utilities 3
  4. 4. General Budget Overview (2) Key Highlights / Changes to FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget • New and expanded community‐needs  projects • Allocated vehicle/equipment debt at  Department level where appropriate • No net budgetary impact • Allocated terminal pay (sick & annual leave)  at Department level where appropriate • Fund level impact • Use of Appropriable Net Assets vs. Debt • Cash funded projects include use of one‐ time dollars from appropriable net assets • Identified study tasks for upcoming year • Move towards Fully‐funded fleet  replacement plan • Move towards enhanced Fleet capabilities • Rebalancing funds receiving GF transfers 4
  5. 5. Summary of All Funding Sources FY 2017‐18 Proposed Budget Actual Actual Actual Amended Budget FUNDING SOURCES FY 2013-14 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Taxes $ 107,092,547 115,411,347 119,035,952 121,572,013 127,483,002 Franchise Fees/Right of Way 5,200,398 6,130,349 5,202,979 4,869,977 8,255,462 Fees for Services 3,153,528 3,258,688 3,319,688 3,217,062 25,932,333 Fees and Fines 6,200,096 6,737,219 6,886,333 6,844,912 6,512,110 Other Revenues 1,641,696 1,819,335 1,352,010 1,434,370 1,882,896 Transfers 29,844,696 31,362,365 30,246,985 31,352,275 35,681,753 General Fund Utilization of Net Assets 2,203,706 - 3,516,967 3,760,998 7,119,971 Internal Services 48,387,459 51,267,009 56,749,418 56,268,436 60,073,362 Enterprise Funds 414,156,887 415,528,912 426,493,206 463,568,440 462,586,212 Special Revenue Funds 36,405,301 36,614,539 37,408,671 37,572,685 39,692,380 Debt Service Fund 53,343,131 79,366,812 53,388,401 53,204,734 43,276,578 TOTAL ALL FUNDING SOURCES $ 707,629,446 747,496,574 743,600,609 783,665,902 818,496,059 Taxes 15.6% Franchise Fees/Right  of Way 1.0% Fees for Services 3.2% Fees and Fines 0.8% Other Revenues 0.2% Transfers 4.4% General Fund  Utilization of Net  Assets 0.9% Internal Services 7.3% Enterprise  Funds 56.5% Special Revenue  Funds 4.8% Debt Service Fund 5.3% 5
  6. 6. Revenue Summary – Ad Valorem State Required Language This budget will raise more total property taxes than last year’s budget by $4,260,935, or 5.35%, and of that  amount, $2,017,575 is tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the roll this year. SUGGESTED FORMULA FOR CALCULATION OF ANTICIPATED TAX LEVY 2017 TOTALS Total Net Taxable Value 16,790,000,000$ Taxable Value of Protested Property + Taxable Value of over 65 homesteads & disabled persons with a taxceiling - (2,072,328,116) TaxIncrement Financing Increase - (598,000,000) Adjusted Taxable Value = 14,119,671,884 Projected taxrate x 0.53802 Projected taxlevy without over 65 homesteads and disable persons with a taxceiling = 75,966,659 Estimated levy to be collected on over 65 homesteads and disabled persons with a taxceiling + 7,864,552 Total levy = 83,831,211 Anticipated collection percentage x 0.9900 Anticipated levy amount = 82,992,899 PROPOSED BUDGET 82,992,899 Difference fromFY2016-17 4,218,325 Increase in  Cents Per $100 Tax Rate Per $100 Total Tax Levy * Total Additional  Tax Levy Tax Increase on  Average Home  0.00 0.53802$                         82,992,899$                   ‐$                            ‐$                           1.00 0.54802                            84,390,746                      1,397,847                 13.35                         1.50 0.55302                            85,089,670                      2,096,771                 20.02                         2.00 0.55802                            85,788,594                      2,795,695                 26.69                         2.50 0.56302                            86,487,517                      3,494,618                 33.37                         3.00 0.56802                            87,186,441                      4,193,542                 40.04                         3.50 0.57302                            87,885,365                      4,892,466                 46.71                         4.00 0.57802                            88,584,289                      5,591,390                 53.39                         Tax Levy Calculation Effect of Increases in AV Tax Rate 6
  7. 7. 25‐Year Historical AV Tax Rate  $‐  $0.10  $0.20  $0.30  $0.40  $0.50  $0.60  $0.70 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 City of Lubbock Property Tax Rate 1993 ‐ 2017 I&S O&M Economic… 7
  8. 8. Snapshot – AV Tax Rates Comparison “2017 Tax & Debt Survey.” TML Surveys. Texas Municipal League, 2017. Web. 17 April 2017 <https://www.tml.org/surveys> and Cities’ CAFRs 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 Austin Plano Lubbock San Antonio Houston Corpus Christi Laredo Arlington El Paso Dallas Fort Worth Municipal Ad Valorem Tax Rates 2016 Large Cities Gross Tax Rate Average Median 8
  9. 9. Snapshot – AV Tax Rates Comparison “2017 Tax & Debt Survey.” TML Surveys. Texas Municipal League, 2017. Web. 17 April 2017 <https://www.tml.org/surveys> and Cities’ CAFRs  ‐  0.1000  0.2000  0.3000  0.4000  0.5000  0.6000  0.7000  0.8000 Amarillo Midland Austin Frisco McAllen Plano Lubbock San Antonio Pasadena McKinney Houston Irving Carrollton Corpus Christi Laredo Arlington Grand Prairie Denton Brownsville El Paso Municipal Ad Valorem Tax Rates 2016 Lowest 20 Rates (Population > 130,000) Gross Tax Rate Average Median 9
  10. 10. Snapshot – Lubbock Tax Allocations City of Lubbock 0.53802  24% Lubbock ISD 1.23500  55% Lubbock County 0.35816  16% High Plains UWD 0.00803  0% Lubbock  County  Hospital  District 0.11501  5% Lubbock / Lubbock County / LISD Sample Tax Allocation City of Lubbock Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and Lubbock County Appraisal District City of Lubbock 0.53802  22% Frenship ISD 1.49005  59% Lubbock County 0.35816  14% High Plains UWD 0.00803  0% Lubbock  County  Hospital  District 0.11501  5% Lubbock / Lubbock County / FISD Sample Tax Allocation City of Lubbock 0.53802  21% Lubbock Cooper ISD 1.54000  60% Lubbock  County 0.35816  14% High Plains UWD 0.00803  0% Lubbock  County  Hospital  District 0.11501  5% Lubbock / Lubbock County / CISD Sample Tax Allocation 10
  11. 11. City of Lubbock Reserves Fund Net Assets as of 9/30/16 Utilization of Appropriable Net Assets in FY2016-17 Budget * ProjectedAddition to Net Assets in FY2016-17 Policy Level Net Assets Projected Appropriable Net Assets at 9/30/17 Utilizedin FY2017- 18 Budget Budgeted Appropriable Net Assets at 9/30/18 Policy Level % General Fund 45,617,395$ 4,835,599$ -$ 31,858,840$ 8,922,956$ 7,119,971$ 1,802,985$ 20% Enterprise Funds Airport Fund 5,756,375 686,835 - 1,511,997 3,557,543 - 3,557,543 15% Airport PFC Fund 1,771,578 - 952,058 274,461 2,449,175 - 2,449,175 15% Airport CFC Fund 1,340,505 286,625 - 91,676 962,204 - 962,204 15% Cemetery 385,907 49,619 - 42,250 294,038 108,554 185,484 10% Civic Centers 1,882,075 150,000 - 98,910 1,633,165 305,670 1,327,495 15% Lake Alan Henry 220,789 - 35,112 57,666 198,235 - 198,235 10% StormWater 8,278,925 - 1,140,755 3,547,250 5,872,430 1,776,633 4,095,797 15% Water/Wastewater 74,876,946 12,208,489 - 30,869,828 31,798,629 9,345,698 22,452,931 25% Internal Service Funds Fleet 542,245 - 575,023 153,679 963,589 313,568 650,021 10% Health Benefits 7,799,716 37,327 - 6,700,948 1,061,441 7,962 1,053,479 20% Information Technology 3,030,879 661,239 - 1,343,364 1,026,276 - 1,026,276 10% Print Shop 372,392 100,000 - 10,727 261,665 106,603 155,062 8% Central Warehouse 1,409,501 246,723 - 22,194 1,140,584 141,675 998,909 8% Risk Management 11,803,560 480,416 - 5,000,000 6,323,144 2,603,061 3,720,083 Fixed Special Revenue Funds Gateway Streets 12,003,600 790,602 - 8,222,555 2,990,443 123,537 2,866,906 Fixed at Debt Service Hotel Occupancy TaxFund 487,917 - - - 487,917 - 487,917 None Central Business District TIF 988,261 153,407 - - 834,854 380,917 453,937 None Lubbock Business Park TIF 1,672,950 - 463,982 - 2,136,932 - 2,136,932 None North Overton TIF 351,376 - 1,253,601 - 1,604,977 - 1,604,977 None Total 180,592,892$ 20,686,881 4,420,531 89,806,345 74,520,197 22,333,849 52,186,348 11
  12. 12. Revenue Summary – General Fund Sales Tax $1,466,522 Franchise Fees $3,385,485  56  57  58  59  60  61  62  63  64  65  66 FY 2013‐14 FY 2014‐15 FY 2015‐16 FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 59.26  62.37  62.31  63.83  65.30  Millions Sales Tax  ‐  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 FY 2013‐14 FY 2014‐15 FY 2015‐16 FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐185.20  6.13  5.20  4.87  8.26  Millions Franchise Fees 12
  13. 13. Revenue Summary – General Fund Fees for Services $22,715,271 Fees and Fines ($332,802)  ‐  5  10  15  20  25  30 FY 2013‐14 FY 2014‐15 FY 2015‐16 FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 3.15  3.26  3.32  3.22  25.93  Millions Fees for Services  6  6  6  6  7  7  7 FY 2013‐14 FY 2014‐15 FY 2015‐16 FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐186.20  6.74  6.89  6.84  6.51  Millions Fees and Fines 13
  14. 14. Debt Service Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 14
  15. 15. Total Debt Coverage Breakdown Fund Principal  Interest Total Percent Water  $    273,867,331  80,908,016  354,775,347  22.90% Water ‐ CRMWA Contract Revenue  Bonds 47,789,312  15,170,322  62,959,634  4.06% Wastewater 241,637,863  92,236,519  333,874,382  21.55% Solid Waste 29,168,361  5,336,432  34,504,793  2.23% Airport 13,949,479  4,823,910  18,773,389  1.21% Storm Water 148,008,054  33,176,293  181,184,347  11.69% North Overton TIF 24,501,468  5,256,829  29,758,297  1.92% LP&L 32,994,726  7,893,228  40,887,954  2.64% LP&L Revenue Bonds 66,920,000  16,725,363  83,645,363  5.40% Gateway 74,179,187  24,109,403  98,288,590  6.34% General Fund (Property Tax Backed) 207,572,420  62,207,400  269,779,820  17.41% Cemetery 516,836  104,524  621,360  0.04% Auditorium/Coliseum 4,763,268  1,756,867  6,520,135  0.42% Hotel/Motel Tax 700,000  190,500  890,500  0.06% Central Business District TIF 11,937,295  5,555,904  17,493,199  1.13% Information Technology 1,720,484  52,073  1,772,557  0.11% Fleet 507,226  168,492  675,718  0.04% Radio Shop 9,174,153  1,790,757  10,964,910  0.71% Lake Allen Henry 14,345  640  14,985  0.00% Risk Administration 17,605  834  18,439  0.00% Community Development 21,236  1,152  22,388  0.00% Citi Bus 1,954,303  121,033  2,075,336  0.13% Central Warehouse 25,183  2,159  27,342  0.00% $ 1,191,940,135  $ 357,588,650  $ 1,549,528,785  Water/Wastewater 45% General Fund  (Property Tax  Backed) 17% Storm Water 12% Gateway 6% LP&L Revenue  Bonds 5% Water ‐ CRMWA  Contract Revenue  Bonds 4% LP&L 3% Solid Waste 2% North Overton TIF 2% Airport 1% Central Business  District TIF 1% Other 2% Includes remaining Vehicle and Equipment Debt covered under the Master Lease Program 15
  16. 16. Snapshot – Tax Supported Debt “2017 Tax & Debt Survey.” TML Surveys. Texas Municipal League, 2017. Web. 17 April 2017 <https://www.tml.org/surveys> and Cities’ CAFRs 16
  17. 17. Snapshot – Tax Supported Debt “2017 Tax & Debt Survey.” TML Surveys. Texas Municipal League, 2017. Web. 17 April 2017 <https://www.tml.org/surveys> and Cities’ CAFRs 17
  18. 18. Snapshot – Tax Supported Debt “2017 Tax & Debt Survey.” TML Surveys. Texas Municipal League, 2017. Web. 17 April 2017 <https://www.tml.org/surveys> and Cities’ CAFRs 18
  19. 19. Total Debt Service FISCAL TOTAL GF, GATEWAY, & NEW DEBT NEW DEBT TOTAL NEW DEBT YEAR PRINCIPAL INTEREST REQUIREMENTS ISF DEBT PAYDOWN PRINCIPAL INTEREST REQUIREMENTS 2016-17 99,156,426 51,865,614 151,022,040 34,229,195 - - - 2017-18 98,194,034 48,130,844 146,324,878 35,816,155 1,275,643 682,838 1,958,481 2018-19 96,584,402 44,177,496 140,761,898 33,941,755 1,400,643 661,671 2,062,314 2019-20 94,068,060 40,513,764 134,581,824 30,219,134 1,475,643 641,409 2,117,052 2020-21 84,573,391 36,597,114 121,170,505 28,788,535 1,566,092 585,606 2,151,698 2021-22 81,204,026 33,054,242 114,258,268 27,804,362 1,575,388 505,068 2,080,456 2022 - 2046 707,380,399 152,503,449 859,883,848 185,315,117 13,806,592 2,852,849 16,659,441 1,162,004,312$ 354,976,909$ 1,516,981,221$ 341,885,057$ 21,100,000$ 5,929,442$ 27,029,442$ TOTAL ALL OUTSTANIDINGDEBT GF, GATEWAY, & ISF CITY OF LUBBOCK, TEXAS DEBT SERVICESCHEDULE ALL OUTSTANDINGDEBT PROPOSED FY2017-18 DEBT  ‐  20.00  40.00  60.00  80.00  100.00  120.00  140.00  160.00 $ Millions All Funds Total Existing and FY2017‐18 New $21.1MM Debt Service Existing Debt FY 2017‐18 New Debt 19
  20. 20. FISCAL TOTAL GF DEBT SERVICE GF DEBT SERVICE % CHANGE YEAR PRINCIPAL INTEREST REQUIREMENTS FY2017-18 NEW DEBT NEW TOTAL VS PRIOR YEAR 2016-17 37,566,476 23,579,936 61,146,412 - 61,146,412 14.5% 2017-18 38,428,618 22,365,576 60,794,194 1,204,481 61,998,675 1.4% 2018-19 36,804,696 21,226,255 58,030,951 1,348,852 59,379,804 -4.2% 2019-20 32,433,772 20,044,405 52,478,176 1,441,005 53,919,182 -9.2% 2020-21 31,755,159 18,809,094 50,564,253 1,509,714 52,073,967 -3.4% 2021-22 31,440,536 17,602,238 49,042,774 1,468,937 50,511,711 -3.0% 2022-23 30,853,487 16,329,036 47,182,523 1,434,486 48,617,008 -3.8% 2023-24 27,998,113 15,078,306 43,076,419 1,406,790 44,483,209 -8.5% 229,714,380$ 131,454,910$ 361,169,290$ 9,814,265$ 370,983,555$ GENERAL DEBT SERVICEALLOCATIONS (1) (1) General Debt Service Allocation includes all GO's, CO's, Tax Notes, and SIB's from GF, Gateway, Museum/Coliseum, Solid Waste, and Fleet CITY OF LUBBOCK, TEXAS DEBT SERVICESCHEDULE ALL OUTSTANDINGAND PROPOSED FY2017-18 GF DEBT  ‐  10  20  30  40  50  60  70 2016‐17 2017‐18 2018‐19 2019‐20 2020‐21 2021‐22 2022‐23 2023‐24 $ Millions General Fund Debt Service Total Existing New Debt GF Debt Service Allocation 20
  21. 21. GF Vehicle Equipment Debt Service - 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 4.84 3.99 2.41 2.24 1.92 1.69 1.62 0.56 0.27 1.36 1.14 1.09 0.98 0.87 0.64 0.41 0.10 0.02 $Millions Current Total General Fund Vehicle Equipment Debt Service (in $000s) Public Safety Other GF 21
  22. 22. Summary of All Expenses FY 2017‐18 Proposed Budget Administrative  Services 1.8% Cultural &  Recreation Services 2.0% Development  Services 0.7% Public Works 3.1% Public Safety 15.1% General Fund  Other * 3.4% Internal Services 7.3% Enterprise Funds 56.5% Special Revenue  Funds 4.7% Debt Service Fund 5.3% Actual Actual Actual Amended Budget TOTAL EXPENDITURES FY 2013-14 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 Administrative Services $ 17,592,988 18,382,282 19,022,824 19,728,183 14,949,291 Cultural & Recreation Services 13,578,195 13,820,760 14,119,735 15,598,254 16,318,405 Development Services 4,388,387 4,685,004 5,113,767 5,481,430 5,933,632 Public Works 6,885,470 7,206,794 7,415,387 8,208,395 25,598,592 Public Safety 102,275,288 106,318,470 109,782,971 115,647,185 122,552,769 General Fund Other * 10,616,342 6,564,932 13,954,436 8,388,159 27,514,838 Internal Services 46,442,368 48,974,032 53,204,092 56,219,435 59,574,775 Enterprise Funds 402,939,232 411,072,307 415,799,086 462,374,434 459,721,120 Special Revenue Funds 33,143,198 33,632,424 34,538,523 35,803,386 38,042,853 Debt Service Fund 53,157,860 79,001,521 52,757,928 53,087,599 43,276,578 TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 691,019,326 729,658,527 725,708,749 780,536,460 813,482,853 * General Fund Other includes 2% compensation adjustment 22
  23. 23. General Fund Expenditures General Fund Category Expenditures FY 16‐17 vs FY 17‐18 Significant Changes • Compensation $5,752,131 • 2% adjustment – full and part‐time employees • 131 new positions (109 due to consolidation of Solid Waste) • Benefits ($1,355,298) • Health insurance savings of $1.5MM • Workers comp, dental, and pension net increase of $0.2MM • Supplies ($176,243) • Fuel contract savings of $0.3MM • Professional Services $1,318,596 • Primary drivers: inmate crew cost, inclusion of election costs,  and training/travel • Scheduled Charges $884,187 • IT charges increased by $1.5MM • Capital Outlay ($2,212,892) • Primarily due to reduction in the vehicle and equipment debt  of $1.9MM  ‐  10  20  30  40  50  60  70  80  90  100 Millions FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 23
  24. 24. Airport Budget Highlights • Revenues up $1.3MM (11.7%) due to  increases in landing and terminal fees • Expenses down $0.3MM (2.9%) related to  debt service, transfers, scheduled charges,  and capital outlay • Planned $26.5MM new debt for CONRAC  rental car project and terminal renovation – all self‐funded by Airport revenues Budget FUNDINGSOURCES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Interest Earnings 44,844$ 53,267 59,492 63,526 58,032 57,974 Department Operations Landing 2,760,000 2,787,600 2,815,476 2,843,631 2,872,067 2,900,788 Hangar 665,500 685,465 706,029 727,210 749,026 771,497 Terminal 4,640,300 4,689,510 4,739,311 4,789,712 4,840,722 4,892,351 Parking 3,038,041 3,068,041 3,098,341 3,128,944 3,159,853 3,191,071 Industrial 64,000 65,920 67,898 69,935 72,033 74,194 Agriculture & Rent 42,000 42,000 42,000 42,000 42,000 42,000 Transfer fromthe PFC & CFC Fund 883,377 3,958,109 3,953,113 3,958,382 3,373,796 3,370,170 Miscellaneous 106,000 106,810 107,628 108,454 109,289 110,132 Total Revenue Sources 12,244,062 15,456,721 15,589,288 15,731,794 15,276,817 15,410,176 Use of Net Assets - - - 653,008 1,323,487 - TOTAL FUNDINGSOURCES 12,244,062$ 15,456,721 15,589,288 16,384,802 16,600,304 15,410,176 Budget DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Compensation 2,082,319$ 2,174,864 2,218,361 2,262,729 2,307,983 2,354,143 Benefits 1,009,979 1,066,930 1,128,694 1,195,737 1,268,567 1,347,745 Supplies 278,406 283,975 289,654 295,447 301,356 307,383 Maintenance 853,549 870,620 888,032 905,793 923,909 942,387 Professional Services/Training 1,983,635 2,023,308 2,063,774 2,105,049 2,147,150 2,190,093 Other Charges 726 741 755 770 786 802 Scheduled Charges 1,106,920 1,129,059 1,151,640 1,174,673 1,198,166 1,222,130 Capital Outlay/Reimbursements 222,500 125,000 222,500 222,500 222,500 222,500 TOTAL DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES 7,538,035$ 7,674,496 7,963,412 8,162,698 8,370,418 8,587,183 FUND LEVEL EXPENSES Net Debt Service 1,549,977$ 4,934,295 4,984,721 5,048,316 4,461,340 4,458,526 Vehicle/Equipment Debt 24,903 24,903 24,903 7,379 7,379 2,249 Indirect Cost Allocation 261,866 267,103 272,445 277,894 283,452 289,121 Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Transfer 1,533,312 1,563,978 1,595,258 1,627,163 1,659,706 1,692,901 Transfer to Airport Capital 350,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 - Transfer to PFC Capital - - - 918,573 200,622 - Miscellaneous 261 266 271 277 282 288 TOTAL FUND LEVEL EXPENSES 3,720,319 7,090,545 7,177,598 8,179,602 6,912,781 6,443,084 Compensation Adjustment 49,901 TOTAL EXPENSES 11,308,255$ 14,765,041 15,141,010 16,342,300 15,283,199 15,030,268 Forecast Forecast 24
  25. 25. Storm Water Budget Highlights • Rate Structure remains constant to PY • Revenues decrease $0.3MM with $1.8MM  use of net assets for vehicle/equipment • Expenses increase $2.5MM (11.2%) due to  compensation adjustment, debt service, and  transfers Budget FUNDINGSOURCES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Interest Earnings 84,777$ 68,787 70,735 77,474 103,672 122,593 Department Operations 23,322,777 23,415,990 23,416,692 23,417,394 23,418,096 23,418,798 Transfer fromOther Funds - - - - - - Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 100 100 Total Revenue Sources 23,407,654 23,484,878 23,487,527 23,494,968 23,521,868 23,541,491 Use of Net Assets 1,776,633 - - - - - TOTAL FUNDINGSOURCES 25,184,287$ 23,484,878 23,487,527 23,494,968 23,521,868 23,541,491 Budget DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Compensation 1,475,575$ 1,546,403 1,577,331 1,608,877 1,641,055 1,673,876 Benefits 758,017 801,678 849,062 900,530 956,475 1,017,332 Supplies 206,366 210,493 214,703 218,997 223,377 227,845 Maintenance 326,092 332,614 339,266 346,051 352,972 360,032 Other Charges 274,602 280,094 285,696 291,410 297,238 303,183 Capital Outlay/Reimbursements - - - - - - TOTAL DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES 3,040,651$ 3,171,281 3,266,058 3,365,865 3,471,117 3,582,267 FUND LEVEL EXPENSES Net Debt Service 10,841,412$ 10,630,727 10,340,052 10,327,097 11,211,571 11,084,958 Transfer to Debt Service 5,309,594 4,237,029 3,174,598 2,116,722 1,052,379 - Vehicle/Equipment Debt 336,128 336,128 332,366 253,955 235,822 158,173 TaxNotes 318,477 176,736 85,250 54,061 54,067 54,056 Indirect Cost Allocation 158,622 163,381 168,282 173,331 178,530 183,886 Payment In Lieu of Property Tax 933,175 961,170 990,005 1,019,706 1,050,297 1,081,806 Utility - Cost of Business 1,166,139 1,170,800 1,170,835 1,170,870 1,170,905 1,170,940 Transfer to LP&L - Collections 1,104,192 1,131,669 1,159,971 1,189,121 1,219,147 1,250,072 Transfer to StormWater CIP 1,557,142 900,000 1,650,000 500,000 1,350,000 250,000 Transfer to General Fund 375,928 387,206 398,822 410,786 423,110 435,803 Miscellaneous 2,321 2,392 2,463 2,537 2,613 2,692 TOTAL FUND LEVEL EXPENSES 22,103,130$ 20,097,236 19,472,645 17,218,186 17,948,442 15,672,386 Compensation Adjustment 40,506 TOTAL EXPENSES 25,184,287$ 23,268,518 22,738,702 20,584,050 21,419,557 19,254,653 Forecast Forecast 25
  26. 26. Water/Wastewater Budget Highlights • Revenues up $9.5MM (7.7%) due to changes  in water and wastewater rates • Water = $2 Base Rate increase • Wastewater = $0.54 Volume Charge increase • Wastewater changed from winter average to  defined consumption level • Expenses increase $6.3MM (4.6%) primarily  due to addition of Northwest Reclamation  Plant • Use of net assets of $9.3MM will fund  vehicle/equipment and specific capital  projects Budget FUNDINGSOURCES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Interest Earnings 450,000$ 479,905 412,851 382,261 423,349 503,001 License and Permits 5,200 5,356 5,517 5,682 5,853 6,028 Enterpirse Fund fees 438,000 446,760 455,695 464,809 474,105 483,587 Rentals 187,011 188,881 190,770 192,678 194,604 196,550 Junk Sales 43,488 43,488 43,488 43,488 43,488 43,488 Metered Sales 128,643,532 133,322,732 136,596,440 140,671,885 146,965,977 150,901,587 Department Operations 3,357,438 3,413,137 3,469,835 3,527,552 3,586,306 3,646,117 Transfer fromOther Funds 148,832 143,084 118,765 118,976 114,305 71,412 Total Revenue Sources 133,273,501 138,043,343 141,293,362 145,407,331 151,807,987 155,851,771 Use of Net Assets 9,345,698 7,450,375 3,398,937 - - - TOTAL FUNDINGSOURCES 142,619,199$ 145,493,718 144,692,299 145,407,331 151,807,987 155,851,771 Budget DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 FY2021-22 FY2022-23 Compensation 10,745,833$ 10,960,750 11,179,965 11,403,564 11,631,635 11,864,268 Benefits 5,227,388 5,518,466 5,834,018 6,176,399 6,548,198 6,952,261 Supplies 4,345,137 4,432,040 4,520,680 4,611,094 4,703,316 4,797,382 Maintenance 4,150,487 4,233,497 4,318,167 4,404,530 4,492,621 4,582,473 Professional Services / Training 1,894,433 1,932,322 1,970,968 2,010,388 2,050,595 2,091,607 Other Charges 14,713,813 12,096,020 12,301,325 12,510,335 12,723,120 12,939,749 Scheduled Charges 2,446,009 5,345,325 5,426,495 5,509,006 5,592,883 5,678,148 Capital Outlay/Reimbursements 1,009,000 1,029,180 1,049,764 1,070,759 1,092,174 1,114,018 TOTAL DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES 44,532,101$ 45,547,598 46,601,382 47,696,076 48,834,542 50,019,905 FUND LEVEL EXPENSES Debt Service 62,245,167$ 62,164,313 65,582,121 64,798,832 61,129,001 61,896,954 Vehicle/Equipment Debt 1,368,158 1,025,735 804,736 713,485 552,805 361,725 Miscellaneous 13,427 13,696 13,969 14,249 14,534 14,824 Total Transfers 21,581,684 22,257,377 22,870,090 23,539,404 24,336,854 25,030,677 Cash Funding to CIP 12,878,662 14,485,000 8,820,000 4,080,000 8,090,000 3,600,000 TOTAL FUND LEVEL EXPENSES 98,087,098$ 99,946,120 98,090,917 93,145,969 94,123,194 90,904,181 TOTAL EXPENSES 142,619,199$ 145,493,718 144,692,299 140,842,045 142,957,736 140,924,086 Forecast Forecast 26
  27. 27. LP&L Budget Highlights • Revenues up $14.8MM (5.9%) due to  purchased power cost recovery and metered  revenue • Expenses increase $12.3MM (4.9%) related  to net purchased power costs, transfers for  debt service, and capital outlay • Proposed budget includes a planned Base  Rate adjustment of 5% • Planned new debt of $106.1MM for  infrastructure and automation projects Budget FUNDINGSOURCES FY2015-16 FY2016-17 FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 Interest Earnings 157,164$ 158,247 162,209 172,901 185,175 191,602 Rentals and Recoveries 297,834 303,616 309,636 315,886 321,699 327,552 Sale of equipment/recycle scrap 197,250 201,080 205,067 209,206 213,056 216,932 Sales TaxCommission 17,867 18,214 18,575 18,950 19,299 19,650 General Consumers Metered 222,297,664 236,339,502 256,781,043 278,943,373 297,091,958 308,177,833 Unit Contingent and Power Marketing Sales 14,131,174 14,689,811 16,146,479 17,334,830 17,684,209 18,678,894 Fees and Charges 3,675,031 3,746,371 3,820,658 3,897,776 3,969,506 4,041,722 Outside Work Orders 504,180 513,967 524,159 534,739 544,579 554,487 Tampering Fees 95,061 96,906 98,828 100,822 102,678 104,546 Miscellaneous 106,358 108,423 110,573 112,805 114,881 116,971 Transfer fromOther Funds 87,891 89,597 91,374 93,218 94,934 96,661 Total Revenue Sources 241,567,476 256,265,734 278,268,600 301,734,506 320,341,972 332,526,849 Use of Net Assets - - - - - - TOTAL FUNDINGSOURCES 241,567,476$ 256,265,734 278,268,600 301,734,506 320,341,972 332,526,849 Budget DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES FY2015-16 FY2016-17 FY2017-18 FY2018-19 FY2019-20 FY2020-21 Compensation 16,122,186$ 16,601,390 17,096,749 17,606,890 17,470,530 17,991,723 Benefits 7,125,421 7,393,172 7,671,654 7,961,326 7,977,610 8,280,670 Supplies Less Purchased Power Costs 12,071,586 12,547,725 13,744,622 15,042,251 16,176,852 17,024,151 Purchased Power Costs 149,219,470 158,492,381 173,578,376 190,001,224 206,789,119 218,168,404 Maintenance 2,918,552 2,969,567 3,029,961 3,092,193 2,950,907 3,008,040 Professional/Training 4,967,963 3,898,124 3,975,444 4,055,704 3,995,517 4,068,260 Other Charges 1,556,376 1,584,550 1,615,969 1,648,587 1,677,651 1,708,173 Scheduled Charges 5,722,996 5,834,093 5,949,776 6,069,870 5,596,590 5,698,407 Capital Outlay/Reimbursements 37,000 37,777 38,570 39,380 40,207 41,052 TOTAL DEPARTMENT LEVEL EXPENSES 199,741,550$ 209,358,779 226,701,121 245,517,425 262,674,983 275,988,880 FUND LEVEL EXPENSES Debt Service 19,461,609$ 22,018,180 24,183,657 25,530,404 28,782,653 29,649,693 Indirect Cost Allocation 1,123,599 1,145,411 1,168,123 1,191,701 1,213,631 1,235,711 In Lieu of Franchise Tax- General Fund 6,668,930 7,090,185 7,703,431 8,368,301 8,912,759 9,245,335 In Lieu of Franchise Tax- Gateway Fund 4,445,953 4,726,790 5,135,621 5,578,867 5,941,839 6,163,557 In Lieu of Property Tax 2,222,977 2,363,395 2,567,810 2,789,434 2,970,920 3,081,778 Transfer to Electric Capital Project Fund 11,313,325 13,343,225 12,119,832 12,566,859 11,296,833 11,850,608 Transfer to WTMPA 1,757,125 1,767,989 1,779,301 593,544 604,467 615,464 Reimbursement - Utility Collections (5,735,146) (5,846,477) (5,962,406) (6,082,755) (6,194,694) (6,307,393) TOTAL FUND LEVEL EXPENSES 41,258,373$ 46,608,698 48,695,369 50,536,356 53,528,408 55,534,752 TOTAL EXPENSES 240,999,923$ 255,967,477 275,396,489 296,053,781 316,203,391 331,523,632 Forecast Forecast 27
  28. 28. Capital Projects Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 28
  29. 29. Capital Projects – All Funds Fund Total Funded Existing Funding New Funding  Cash New Funding  Bonds/Tax  Notes Grant  Funding Water/Wastewater $     22,769,649 9,890,987 12,878,662 ‐‐ ‐‐ Storm Water 1,392,142 1,392,142 ‐‐ ‐‐ Airport 42,241,339 4,137,030 350,000 26,500,000 11,254,309 Civic Centers 200,000 ‐‐ 200,000 ‐‐ ‐‐ Internal Services 11,047,568 123,826 2,373,742 8,550,000 ‐‐ North Overton TIF 1,750,000 ‐‐ 1,750,000 ‐‐ ‐‐ Lubbock Power and Light 122,939,374 1,834,374 14,960,000 106,145,000 ‐‐ Total All Funds $  225,660,730 17,642,589 40,651,264 150,325,000 219,873,162 29
  30. 30. Capital Projects – General Fund Fund Total Funded Existing Funding New Funding  Cash New Funding  Bonds Grant  Funding General Fund Facilities $        986,044 480,000 506,044 ‐‐ ‐‐ Animal Services 75,000 ‐‐ 75,000 ‐‐ ‐‐ Parks 1,014,614 390,606 624,008 ‐‐ ‐‐ Public Works 15,775,000 609,592 7,915,408 *7,250,000 ‐‐ Gateway 5,170,000 ‐‐ ‐‐ 5,170,000 ‐‐ Public Safety 300,000 300,000 ‐‐ ‐‐ ‐‐ Total General Fund $  23,320,658 1,780,198 9,120,460 12,420,000 *  State Infrastructure Bank Loan (SIB) 30
  31. 31. Facility Demolition CIP No.  8536 Dept: Facilities Management Description:  Demolition of facilities and/or structures that  are in disrepair and are no longer suitable for use. FY 2017‐18 Use: Future demolition projects Funding: $100,000 This is an ongoing project that is funded each year if prior year funding has been  expended. 31
  32. 32. Facility Maintenance Fund CIP No.  92238 Dept: Facilities Management Description: Major renovation and repair of city facilities.   FY 2017‐18 Use: Safety City ramp and skirting Renovation of the Cemetery shop Silent Wings Museum window replacement Funding: $250,000 This is an ongoing project that funding is requested for each year if there is  required maintenance on existing facilities. 32
  33. 33. Document Management System  CIP No.  92324 Dept: City Secretary Description: Acquisition and installation of a city‐wide document  management system ‐ Laserfiche   FY 2017‐18 Use: Complete phase II which would add additional  licenses, from 50 to 199, and allow an unlimited  portal for documents on the website and on the  intranet. Funding: $36,044 33
  34. 34. Facility Renovations/Upgrades Phase II CIP No.  2017046 Dept: Facilities Management Description: Interior and exterior renovations to community  centers; limited landscaping and updated  furnishings included FY 2017‐18 Use: Complete renovations to Maxey, Trejo, Hodges and  Rawlings centers Funding: $600,000 34
  35. 35. Lubbock Animal Shelter Improvements CIP No.  2017125 Dept: Facilities Management Description: Improvements for the animal shelter FY 2017‐18 Use: Animal shelter improvements along with other  minor software maintenance upgrades to improve  employee and customer service productivity Funding: $75,000 35
  36. 36. Golf Course Improvements CIP No.  8550 Dept: Park Maintenance Description: Maintenance and improvements to the golf course  and other facilities at Meadowbrook Golf Course FY 2017‐18 Use: Permanent improvements to golf course including  the parking lot, reservoir liner and other necessary  improvements Funding: $53,400 36
  37. 37. Dog Parks CIP No.  2014081 Dept: Park Development Description: Construction of fenced dog parks FY 2017‐18 Use: 3.34 acre dog park at Clapp Park and 3.82 acre dog  park at Mackenzie Park.  To include separate areas  for small and large dogs with fencing, double gated  entries, sidewalk, signage, and pet waste disposal  stations.  Clapp dog park will also include benches,  picnic shelters and tree planting Funding: $246,101 37
  38. 38. McAlister Nature Trail Phase I CIP No.  2016003 Dept: Park Development  Description: Create two‐mile nature trail in McAlister Park FY 2017‐18 Use: Nature trail will wind through 182 acres of native  vegetation; will include soil amendments and  preparation, extending existing irrigation to service  the necessary acreage, seeding vegetative area,  mowing for trail delineation and signage with solar  lighting Funding: $457,000 38
  39. 39. Lake 3 Development CIP No.  2017072 Dept: Park Development Description: Create new infrastructure in undeveloped part of  Canyon Lakes – Lake 3 FY 2017‐18 Use: Construction of caliche road leading to parking lot,  picnic tables with shared grill, ADA compliant  floating fishing pier, boat ramp for non‐motorized  watercrafts, installation of signage, new electrical  service and light poles Funding: $108,113 39
  40. 40. Park Amenities CIP No.  2017124 Dept: Park Maintenance Description: Additional amenities to Lubbock Parks FY 2017‐18 Use: Addition of covered tables, benches, and grills Funding: $150,000 40
  41. 41. Thoroughfare Plan Restudy CIP No.  8604 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Engineering/Planning firm will perform  comprehensive study of 2007 City of Lubbock  Thoroughfare Plan FY 2017‐18 Use: Firm will review and evaluate existing plan and  produce new 2016 City of Lubbock Thoroughfare  Plan Funding: $125,000 41
  42. 42. Erskine Street‐Indiana Ave to Quaker Ave CIP No.  92322 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Construction of full width paving on Erskine Street  from Indiana Avenue to Quaker Avenue FY 2017‐18 Use: Construction of an 88‐foot wide T‐2 designated  thoroughfare with three traffic lanes in each  direction and a continuous left turn lane Funding: $700,000 42
  43. 43. Street Maintenance Program CIP No.  92435 Dept: Paved Streets Description: Preventive maintenance program to help preserve  and maintain street infrastructure FY 2017‐18 Use: Micro‐surfacing, asphalt rejuvenation, asphalt  milling and overlay, full or partial depth pavement  repair, total reconstruction, patching, crack sealing,  concrete joint sealing and brick street repair Funding: $7,000,000 43
  44. 44. Outer Route ROW & Utility Adjustments CIP No.  2016163 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: TxDOT Lubbock Outer Route Study to determine the  feasibility of an outer route around south and west  Lubbock from US 84 northwest of Lubbock to US 84  southeast of Lubbock FY 2017‐18 Use: TxDOT Right of Way acquisition; Lubbock’s  participation in the ROW is 10% of acquisition costs;  Lubbock also responsible for up to 100% of any  utility relocation costs Funding: $7,250,000 44
  45. 45. Traffic Signals/Controllers FY 17‐18 CIP No.  2016170 Dept: Traffic Engineering Description: Install signals at un‐signalized intersections and  school zones as warranted, upgrade new controllers  and perform necessary repairs FY 2017‐18 Use: Perform major repairs such as replacing crushed  conduit and wiring, rebuilding failing signal arm  assemblies and exchanging cabinets and signal arm  assemblies that have been damaged Funding: $300,000 45
  46. 46. Transp. Improvements ‐ Unimproved Roads CIP No.  2017017 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Design and construction of various inadequate  transportation elements including unimproved  roadway surfaces, unsafe roadway widths, drainage  improvements, street lighting and ADA compliance FY 2017‐18 Use: Paving and improving of existing local residential  and collector gravel roads in existing subdivisions Funding: $400,000 46
  47. 47. Upland Avenue ‐ 66th St. to 82nd St. CIP No.  2014094 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Construct Upland Avenue to a T‐2 or 7‐lane  thoroughfare, this roadway is currently two lane  strip paved FY 2017‐18 Use: First year of this project will fund the environmental  study and engineering schematics; second year will  fund the ROW acquisition ahead of improvements Funding: $2,470,000 47
  48. 48. 98th St. ‐ Upland to Milwaukee CIP No.  2017121 Dept: Street/Drainage Engineering Description: Design and construction of all weather roadway  surface on 98th Street; this section currently has an  improved dirt surface FY 2017‐18 Use: Engineering firm will be hired to perform the  construction plans; the roadway will be built to a 3‐ lane section that will be raised out of the flood plain  with multiple drainage structures Funding: $2,700,000 48
  49. 49. Major Repairs at Fire Facilities Phase II CIP No.  92433 Dept: Facilities Management Description: Renovations and maintenance of the City’s 19 fire  stations FY 2017‐18 Use: Exterior security at Fire Stations #3, 6, 8, 12, 13 and  14.  Fencing, electrical gates, concrete work, asphalt  works and electrical works at Fire Stations #16, 18  and 19.  Also covers unscheduled repairs at all fire  department facilities Funding: $300,000 49
  50. 50. Update Wastewater Collection System  Master Plan CIP No.  8611 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Update of the current master plan and computer model  based on improvements constructed since the completion of  the plan in 2009 FY 2017‐18 Use: Update the Wastewater master plan to include additional  flow monitoring necessary to evaluate the Capacity,  Management, Operation, and Maintenance (CMOM) of the  sanitary sewer collection system.  Funding: $525,000 50
  51. 51. Major Sanitary Sewer Mains Rehabilitation CIP No.  92318 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Replacement of large diameter sanitary sewer mains located  within the City of Lubbock that has reached the end of their  useful life as determined by the 2009 Sewer Collection  master plan. FY 2017‐18 Use: Construction of Phase II downtown sewer lines along Canyon  Lakes Funding: $3,000,000 51
  52. 52. Asset Management CIP No.  8614 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Enterprise solution for the city to provide a work order and  asset management system for multiple departments FY 2017‐18 Use: Phase 2 includes evaluation of existing software system,  development of asset management software requirements,  development of software search and selection criteria, and  software vendor to best meet the needs of the departments.   The project includes professional services, software, and  licensing. Funding: $200,000 52
  53. 53. Bailey County Wellfield Improvements CIP No.  91003 Dept: Water Production Description: Drill sufficient wells to restore capacity to more than 60  million gallons per day and maintain existing infrastructure Funding: $500,000 53
  54. 54. BCWF Supply Line/Pumping System CIP No.  92255 Dept: Water Pumping and Control Description: Add a new branch to the Bailey County Wellfield supply line,  demolish the Low Head B pump station, and rehabilitate or  relocate and replace pump station no. 7. FY 2017‐18 Use: Design and demolition of Low Head B, rework existing  pipeline pump station facility, and demolition and removal of  the Reese Asbestos pipeline. Funding: $1,500,000 54
  55. 55. SEWRP Improvements Plant 3 CIP No.  92444 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Design and construction of Southeast Water Reclamation  Plant (SEWRP) Improvements FY 2017‐18 Use: Construction/rehabilitation of the secondary clarifier and  airheaders. Funding: $1,500,000 55
  56. 56. Sewer Line Replacement CIP No.  92446 Dept: Wastewater Collection Description: Replacement of deteriorated or damaged sewer lines and  manholes FY 2017‐18 Use: Continue manhole replacement Phase 3, Quaker Avenue  force main replacement, and Amigos line replacement. Funding: $315,000 56
  57. 57. Sewer Tap Replacement CIP No.  92447 Dept: Wastewater Collection Description: Replacement of failed sewer taps FY 2017‐18 Use: Replace any failed sewer taps Funding: $400,000 57
  58. 58. Water Reclamation Plant Replacements CIP No.  92448 Dept: Wastewater Collection Description: Purchase and install new equipment, modify and/or  rehabilitate existing equipment, facility, piping systems, and  other major maintenance FY 2017‐18 Use: Plant 2 closure study Funding: $750,000 58
  59. 59. Elevated Storage Tanks CIP No.  92452 Dept: Water Production Description: Purchase land and build five 2 million gallon tanks to meet  TCEQ requirements for the projected population. FY 2017‐18 Use: Design of five elevated storage tanks Funding: $2,250,000 59
  60. 60. Water Line Replacement CIP No.  92453 Dept: Water Distribution and Maintenance Description: Replace sub‐standard water lines FY 2017‐18 Use: Downtown water line replacement at Avenue X and line  replacements performed by pipeline maintenance Funding: $550,000 60
  61. 61. Water Lines Ahead of Street Paving CIP No.  92454 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Relocate and install water lines ahead of municipal, county,  and state paving projects and future development FY 2017‐18 Use: Kent street 12 inch water line to loop‐in Hillcrest subdivision  and FM 179 water line re‐route ahead of TXDOT paving  project. Funding: $250,000 61
  62. 62. Water Meter Replacements CIP No.  92455 Dept: Water Meter and Customer Service Description: Purchase and installation of new water meters, water meter  boxes with lids, and meter valves for existing and new  customers Funding: $460,000 62
  63. 63. Pumping System Improvements CIP No.  2016182 Dept: Pumping and Control Description: Purchase and install equipment, modify and/or rehabilitate  existing equipment, facility, pumping system, and any other  major maintenance Funding: $500,000 63
  64. 64. Sewer Lines Ahead of Street Paving CIP No.  2016187 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Installation of sewer lines ahead of municipal, county, and  state paving projects Funding: $250,000 64
  65. 65. Pressure Zone Delineation & Valve Repair CIP No.  2017019 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Delineating the pressure plane between the east and west  pressure zones and replacing or rehabilitating broken valves  along the route and install pipe where a proper pressure  zone cannot be established with the current system. FY 2017‐18 Use: Pressure zone delineation between the east and west  pressure zones, repairing and placing infrastructure to  complete the pressure zone including construction, design  and surveying. Funding: $495,000 65
  66. 66. Frankford/130th St. 12” Water Line Loop CIP No.  2017031 Dept: Distribution and Maintenance Description: Loop a dead end line which is currently 4.5 miles long.  The  proposed line will connect at 116th Street to 136th Street.  It  will also connect the 12” line along 130th Street  approximately 1,000 feet west of Frankford Avenue.  This will  eliminate the need for continuous flushing of city water to  meet chlorine residuals. Funding: $1,350,000 66
  67. 67. Water System Vulnerability Assessment CIP No.  2017036 Dept: Water Utility Administration Description: Perform an updated vulnerability assessment of the City’s  current water infrastructure and facilities focusing efforts on  the Lake Alan Henry infrastructure and facilities.   A review of  the entire system will be necessary to make sure current  technologies and risks are considered.  The project includes  an assessment of threats, cybersecurity, risk, potential  vulnerabilities, risk mitigation, and development of an action  plan Funding: $150,000 67
  68. 68. Locate and Repair Water Valves CIP No.  2017037 Dept: Distribution and Maintenance Description: Annual project to locate and replace broken valves or valve  boxes Funding: $150,000 68
  69. 69. Water Treatment Plant Improvements CIP No.  2017107 Dept: Water Treatment Description: Purchase and install new equipment, modify existing  equipment, facility and treatment system; and other major  repairs FY 2017‐18 Use: Design of Phase III improvements Funding: $2,000,000 69
  70. 70. South Lubbock Sanitary Sewer Expansion CIP No.  2017112 Dept: Public Works Engineering Description: Engineering and construction of large diameter sanitary  sewer mains in south and southwest Lubbock FY 2017‐18 Use: Engineering and construction of large diameter sanitary  sewer mains south of 114th Street and west of University  Avenue Funding: $5,674,649 70
  71. 71. Concrete Drainage Channel Repairs CIP No.  8545 Dept: Storm Water Utility Description: Evaluate and repair/reconstruct drainage channels  throughout Lubbock to minimize future erosion  surrounding existing channels FY 2017‐18 Use: Maxey Park:  East side exposed pipe repairs;  Andrews Park:  78th & Orlando channel repairs;  Charles Guy Park:  88th & Nashville channel repairs;  Maxey Park:  West side channel repairs Funding: $222,142 71
  72. 72. Advanced Warning System CIP No.  2016139 Dept: Storm Water Utility Description: Advance warning systems advise motorists of a  weather impaired or flooded roadway FY 2017‐18 Use: Identify and prioritize locations and sources of  flooding where major roadways become inundated  for an extended period of time. Install advance  warning systems to advise motorists of a flooded  roadway and overflowing playas causing  inundation of local streets Funding: $50,000 72
  73. 73. Storm Water System Impr. & Maintenance CIP No.  2017027 Dept: Storm Water Utility Description: Address issues identified through the evaluation  process where flooding issues were identified  through modeling efforts, complaints, or areas that  are know to have flooding issues FY 2017‐18 Use: Completion of plans and specification and beginning  of construction for storm sewer infrastructure  installation at 98th and Salisbury Avenue Funding: $1,000,000 73
  74. 74. Digital Orthophotography CIP No.  2017118 Dept: Storm Water Utility Description: City of Lubbock needs to implement more frequent  updates of digital orthophotos for land FY 2017‐18 Use: Digital orthophotos for land within the city limits  and may expand with annexation plan  implementation Funding: $120,000 74
  75. 75. Terminal Building Remodel CIP No.  92437 Dept: Aviation Maintenance Description: Rehabilitate and/or replace many key components  that are failing to airport terminal building in order  to maintain operations; combines two projects from  the Airport Master Plan FY 2017‐18 Use: Modifications to the screening and exit points, the  CCTV/access control system, plumbing system and  PA system Funding: $25,891,339 75
  76. 76. Consolidated Rental Car Facility Construction CIP No.  2012077 Dept: Aviation Maintenance Description: Construction of rental car facility improvements FY 2017‐18 Use: Improvements include a consolidated rental car  service facility, expansion and rehabilitation of the  ready/return parking lot with a covered walk‐way to  the rental car service areas, or construction of a  parking garage Funding: $16,000,000 76
  77. 77. Cell Phone Lot CIP No.  2017020 Dept: Aviation Oper. – Field Maint. Description: Provide permanent infrastructure for cell phone  waiting area FY 2017‐18 Use: Relocation of the area closer to the terminal  building and an asphalt or concrete surface  sufficient for 30 parking spaces with full lighting,  signage and technological capabilities Funding: $350,000 77
  78. 78. Civic Center Exterior Repair and Upgrade CIP No.  2017120 Dept: Civic Centers Description: Exterior improvements of the Lubbock Memorial  Civic Center on a priority basis FY 2017‐18 Use: Repairing, patching and painting exterior retaining  walls and stem walls around the complex; repair  and/or replacement of decorative pavers on  planters, walkways and stairways; concrete repair  around the facility; placement of bronze panels to  cover exterior wall damage in plaza area; addition of  security accent lighting adjacent to the building Funding: $200,000 78
  79. 79. Secondary Data Center CIP No.  2017032 Dept: Information Technology Services Description: Provide redundant information technology services  to the City FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase new computing assets that will be  installed in the primary and secondary data center.  Servers, storage, and network equipment as well as  software will create redundant communications  between data centers over fiber optics Funding: $5,260,000 79
  80. 80. North Overton TIF Public Improvements CIP No.  92254 Dept: North Overton TIF Description: Ongoing redevelopment in the North Overton TIF FY 2017‐18 Use: Construction of public improvements in the  right‐of‐way for the remaining undeveloped tracts  and repair or replacement of public improvements  in the right of way for already developed areas Funding: $1,000,000 80
  81. 81. Street Infrastructure Upgrade/Replace CIP No.  2016203 Dept: North Overton TIF Description: Upgrade or replacement of streets in the North  Overton TIF FY 2017‐18 Use: Upgrade or replace streets according to the  prioritization provided by Streets Engineering  Funding: $750,000 81
  82. 82. Wastewater Vehicle Replacement FY17‐18 CIP No.  2017111 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  1‐ton dual rear wheel pickup 4x4 and   44’ blade plow for Land Application Funding: $118,000 82
  83. 83. Water Vehicle Replacement FY 17‐18 CIP No.  2017114 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of: Backhoe trailer and Excavator for Water  Distribution and Maintenance; ¾ Ton Extended  Pickup for Water Pumping and Control; 1‐Ton Single  Cab 4x4 Flatbed Pickup for Water Production;  Tractor with attachments for Water Reclamation  Funding: $399,000 83
  84. 84. Solid Waste Vehicle Replacement CIP No.  2017115 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  Four Sideloader Refuse Trucks for  Residential Collection; Tub Grinder; Grader; 8”  Trailer Mounted Pump; and ¾ Ton 4 Wheel Drive  Crew Cab Pickup for Landfill Funding: $1,970,000 84
  85. 85. Storm Water Vehicle Replacement CIP No.  2017116 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  Roll‐off Truck for Street Cleaning Funding: $165,000 85
  86. 86. Fleet Vehicle Replacement CIP No.  2017117 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  ¾ Ton Pickup outfitted for tire service,  Tire Machine and Balancer, and Vehicle Lift for Fleet;  Refurbish 23 Crown Victorias and 1 Tahoe for Police Funding: $313,568 86
  87. 87. General Fund Vehicle Replacement CIP No.  2017123 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  Mid‐size SUV‐Municipal Court; 2 ½ Ton  Extended Cab Pickup 4x4‐Codes; 2 ½ Ton Extended  Cab Pickup‐Building Inspection; ½ ton Extended Cab  Pickup‐Building Inspection; ½ Ton Crew Cab Pickup  4x4, Crack Sealer and Pothole Patcher for Paved  Streets; Tractor, 2 ATV’s for Park Maintenance; 105’  Platform Truck and Full Size SUV for Fire; 2 ½ Ton  Crew Cab Pickup 4x4 for Police Funding: $1,932,000 87
  88. 88. Transit Vehicle Replacement CIP No.  2017126 Dept: Fleet Services Description: Replacement of vehicles and equipment  FY 2017‐18 Use: Purchase of:  2 35’ RTS Novabus Funding: $890,000 88
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