2013 – 2017 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) & Short Term Work Program (STWP) Purpose The Georgia Planning Act - 1989• The State requires that the City of Atlanta have an adopted Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and Short Term Work Program (STWP): To maintain Qualified Local Government status needed for some state & regional funding To be able to collect Impact fees• CIP-STWP must be reviewed by the Atlanta Regional Commission and the GA Department of Community Affairs and adopted by the City of Atlanta by October 31, annually.
CIP & STWP Overview Capital Improvements Short Term Work Program Program• 5-Year project timeframe • 15-Year time-frame• Funded and Partially Funded • All funded and unfunded Capital Projects programs, and unfunded capital projects • The long-term “Wish List”
CIP & STWP Participants Capital Improvements Short Term Work Program Program• Atlanta BeltLine inc • Atlanta BeltLine inc• Atlanta Housing Authority • Atlanta Housing Authority• Aviation • Aviation • Atlanta Development Authority• Fire and Rescue • Corrections• Judicial Agencies • Fire and Rescue• Parks Recreation and Cultural • Office of Enterprise Assets Management Affairs • Office of Human Services• Police • Office of Sustainability• Public Works • Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs• Watershed Management • Police • Public Works • Watershed Management • Planning and Community Development • Neighborhood Planning Units
CIP & STWP Overview Capital Improvements Element (CIE)• Included in Appendix A of CIP/STWP• Annual Financial Report to be completed by finance Department• Schedule of Improvements • To be completed by departments collecting impact fees • List of all capital projects financed with impact fees over the next 5 year
CIP Projects Summary Projects partially or fully funded Total CIP Total Estimated Approved Funding Department/ Agency Projects Costs funding Shortfall Atlanta Beltline Inc. 10 $135,200,238 $135,200,238 $0 Atlanta Housing Authority 3 $76,410,000 $65,210,000 $11,200,000 Aviation 7 $3,893,000,000 $3,893,000,000 $0 Fire and Rescue 2 $7,750,000 $ 7,750,000 $0 Judicial Agencies 1 $100,000 $5,000 $95,000Parks, Recreation and Cultural 36 $53,952,650 $33,576,383 $20,376,267 Affairs Police 2 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,00,000 Public Works 55 $211,830,338 $174,299,331 $37,531,007 Watershed Management 78 $1,407,954,130 $1,266,374,075 $141,580,055 Total 194 $5,768,568,483 $5,576,415,027 $211,782,329
STWP Projects & Programs Summary All Programs and Unfunded Projects Total STWP Total Estimated Department Projects Costs Atlanta Beltline Inc 12 $3,444,349,191 Atlanta Development Authority 33 $304,760,005 Atlanta Housing Authority 3 $225,300,000 Aviation 2 $190,615,000 Corrections 10 $3,987,000 Fire and Rescue 11 $54,511,000 Neighborhood Planning Units 301 N/A Office of Enterprise Assets Management 56 $8,325,400 Office of Human Services 114 $24,734,749 Office of Sustainability 5 $1,680,000 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs 363 $1,262,628,618* Planning and Community Development 93 $46,220,607 Police 18 $50,007,000 Public Works 1,083 $3,439,312,372* Watershed Management 93 $2,226,346,271 Total 1,896 $6,580,836,223* Does not include estimates for all projects **301NPU Projects do not have Cost Estimates
Looking ForwardJune 11th CD/HR 2nd Qtr Public Hearing @ 6:00 PM in City Council ChambersJune 12th CD/HR Council Committee Forwards Transmittal Resolution to City CouncilJune 29th Draft 2013-2017 CIP/STWP Submitted to ARC/DCA For 60-Day ReviewJuly – August Updates to the First DraftSeptember 3rd 60-Day Review Completed by ARC/DCASeptember 10th CD/HR 3rd Qtr Public Hearing @ 6:00 PM in City Council ChambersSeptember 17th Final 2012-2016 CIP/STWP and Legislation submitted to ARC/DCA
transportation Investment Act• Regional Projects – 85% of projects developed by a Regional Roundtable – Northside Drive Traffic Improvements from West Paces Ferry to Whitehall Street. Includes signal coordination, ADA improvements, signage, street lighting etc. Scheduled for 2013-2015. – Northwest Corridor Transit – Phase 1 Cumberland to Arts Center
transportation Investment Act• Local Projects – 15% of projects developed by City of Atlanta • $9 M every year for 10 years – High Priority Projects – Neighborhood Projects • $250 M per Council District . – Matching Funds for Federal and State transportation grants.
transportation Investment Act• City of Atlanta staff compiling list of projects to be funded with the 15% – Adopted plans – STWP – Infrastructure Report – Community comments• Community Meeting late May/early June – Presentation at NPU meetings• City Council Vote on the list prior to July 31st referendum• 5 year list with a new year added every year