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2015- 2016 Budget Workshop Presentation

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2015- 2016 Budget Workshop Presentation

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2015- 2016 Budget Workshop Presentation

  1. 1. City of Corona, California Fiscal Year 2015-16 Budget Workshop – June 3, 2015 1
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION DARRELL TALBERT, CITY MANAGER 2
  3. 3. Strategic Plan The City of Corona’s Mission is to serve as the caretaker and protector of our community through thoughtful planning and the highest and best use of our fiscal and human resources; providing a solid foundation for a sustainable future. Corona is an inclusive, diverse City that treasures its past while embracing its future; values an exceptionally high quality of life; attracts diverse economic opportunities; provides ample resources for entertainment and recreational opportunities for people of all ages; and provides transparent governance to engage its residents. • Promote Public Safety: Protect our Residents and Businesses • Focus on the Revitalization of the Downtown Area: 6th St. and Main St. • Enhance Economic Development with a Focus on Hi-Tech Opportunities • Actively Engage in Public and Private Partnerships to Provide Services and Amenities • Improve Circulation and Reduce Traffic • Improve Communications with Our Community 3 Goals Mission Statement Vision Statement
  4. 4. FINANCIAL OVERVIEW KERRY EDEN, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER / ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR 4
  5. 5. Current Year Achievements FY 2014-15 5 • Implemented • City of Corona Smart Phone App • Online DisclosureDocs • NeoGov Insight • Web portal for DWP customers • Arbor Access – Urban Forestry Database and Mapping System • Enhancements & Upgrades • OneSolution Finance • Team Corona website • Integration of Telestaff software with OneSolution Finance • Advanced CIS utility billing system • Geographic Information System (GIS) • Functional bandwidth for City internet • Digital radio system for Corona Cruiser and Dial- A-Ride • Underway • New City website • OneSolution Finance • OneSolution Community • Enterprise Asset Management Technology • Began construction of Animal Services and Enforcement Facility relocation • Citywide ADA improvements • Implemented sidewalk maintenance program • Relocation of Fire headquarters, training, prevention, and operations into one location • Award of bid for new Community Center construction • Expansion of CNG fueling station • Pre-fabricated restrooms installed in most parks • Lighting and standardized concrete furniture in most parks • Turf removal projects throughout City medians, parkways and LMD’s • Electric vehicle charging stations • Public information message board • Home Gardens Water District interconnection • Reclaimed waterline projects at Butterfield and Stagecoach parks • Partnered with CNUSD and California Conservation Corps for turf removal projects Infrastructure
  6. 6. Current Year Achievements FY 2014-15 6 • Air Support Program • Implemented Tactical Response to Violent Incidents Program • Implemented Homeless Outreach and Psychiatric Evaluation (HOPE) Team- two additional officers hired • Free CPR training program • Phase I of citywide unified camera system project • Two new fire engines • Emergency calls - first unit on-scene within five minutes, 90% are less than five minutes Public Safety • Open House at city hall • Maintained 200 banners in Military Banner program • Memorial Day walk collaboration • Adaptive recreation program • Expanded aquatics program • Expanded demonstration garden at city hall • Added Historic Civic Center tenants with a focus on art • Increased video capture of meetings to include study sessions and workshops Community • Implemented Personnel Classification and Affordable Care Act • 47% decrease in OSHA recordable occurrences • Restructured Workers Comp Program • Upgraded credit rating on the Corona Public Financing Authority and the Corona Redevelopment Agency Tax Allocation Bonds • Refunded four Community Facility District Bonds • Refunded two Corona Redevelopment Agency Tax Allocation Bonds • Park Bond paid off • Grant funds - $7.4M DWP, $2.8M Public Works, $547K Police, $151K Fire, $88K Library Financial • Over 450 business visits • Hosted 18 events • Enhanced TeamCorona.com website • Team Corona meetings to help companies relocate or expand in the City • Presentations given at various service clubs and organizations Economic Development Employee Relations
  7. 7. Citywide Funds 7
  8. 8. Citywide Funds by Type Proposed FY 2015-16 FY 2015-16 Total Expenditures $ 309,497,394 Governmental 50.7% Fiduciary 7.4% Proprietary 41.9% Governmental - $ 156,820,404 Debt Service Funds 0.1% $ 208,400 Capital Projects 1.7% $ 2,708,079 Special Rev. Funds 13.2% $ 20,647,096 General Funds 85.0% $ 133,256,829 Proprietary - $ 129,800,045 Airport 0.1% $ 136,193 Transit 2.3% $ 3,031,000 Internal Service 9.3% $ 12,090,116 DWP 88.3% $ 114,542,736 Fiduciary - $ 22,876,945 Successor Agency 37.6% $ 8,600,471 Agency Funds 62.4% $ 14,276,474 8
  9. 9. ExpenditureType Adopted 2014-15 Proposed 2015-16 % Chg Personnel 112,425,328$ 115,440,460$ 2.7% Services/ Supplies 132,810,592 133,059,752 0.2% Capital Outlay 1,322,000 1,461,765 10.6% Debt Service 27,077,736 23,379,604 -13.7% Capital Projects 46,951,623 36,155,813 -23.0% Total Funding 320,587,279$ 309,497,394$ -3.5% 9 All Funds • Personnel • Based on current MOU agreements • Includes anticipated health impacts • Includes minimum wage impacts • Includes sick leave accruals for part time • Capital Outlay • Increase of $638K for vehicles • Decrease of $498K for machinery and Equipment • Debt Service • Decrease related to refunding of CFD and Tax Allocation Bonds • Capital Projects • Decrease of $14.8M in utility related projects • Increase of $2.4M in buildings, facilities, and systems • Increase of $1.1M for drainage projects • Increase of $0.7M in Roads, Bridges, and Freeways Outlook Proposed Budget – Exp. by Type Proposed FY 2015-16
  10. 10. Total Expenditures $36,155,813 Capital Improvement by Category Proposed FY 2015-16 Assessment Dist – 4.4% $1,600,500 Bldg/Fac/Syst – 17.7% $6,399,110 Drainage – 3% $1,100,000 Housing/Econ – 8.7% $3,132,199 Lighting/Signal – 1.8% $634,375 Other – 1.4% $514,957 Roads/Bridges – 16.7% $6,025,672 Water – 18.3% $6,634,000 Wtr Reclamation – 28% $10,115,000 Assessment Dist Bldg/Fac/Syst Drainage Housing/Econ Lighting/Signal Other (Dev & Parks) Roads/Bridges Water Wtr Reclamation 10
  11. 11. General Fund 11
  12. 12. Property Taxes 40,087,695$ Salesand Use Taxes 40,915,000 Other Taxes 8,825,700 Licenses, Feesand Permits 1,468,930 Fines, Penaltiesand Forfeitures 859,900 Investment Earnings 1,181,282 Intergovernmental Revenues 1,057,694 Current Services 5,909,076 Other Revenues 11,593,854 RecreationRevenues 890,852 Designated Revenues 913,451 Payment inLieuof Services 12,426,125 Total 126,129,559$ Total Revenue $ 126,129,559 Sales and Use Taxes 32.4% Property Taxes 31.8% Other Taxes 7.0% Payment in Lieu 9.9% Designated 0.7% Recreation 0.7% Licenses, Fees & Permits 1.2% Investments 0.9% Intergovernmental 0.8% Current Services 4.7% Fines, Penalties & Forfeitures 0.7% Other Revenues 9.2% 12 Type of Revenue General Fund Revenue Proposed FY 2015-16
  13. 13. • $40.1M in total property taxes exceeds previous high point of $39.0M in Fiscal Year 2007-08, excluding one time receipts in FY 2012-13 related to RDA dissolution • Property Taxes – 31.8% of Total Sources • Estimated assessed valuation increase of 3.5% General Fund Property Tax 13 Outlook Comparing FY 2007/08 to 2015/16 Total property taxes are estimated to exceed FY 2007-08, previous high point of $39.0 million
  14. 14. • Sales/Use Taxes – 32.4% of Total Revenue (30.4% Recurring, 2% One Time) • Revenue of $40.9M consists of $38.3M plus a one time payment of $2.6M for the unwinding of the Triple Flip • Recurring activity estimated to increase 4.4% General Fund Sales and Use Taxes 14 Outlook Comparing FY 2005/06 to 2015/16 $1.6 million in recurring sales tax revenues are needed to return to the high point of $39.9 million in FY 2005-06
  15. 15. Expenditure Type Adopted 2014-15 Proposed 2015-16 % Chg Personnel 89,242,044$ 91,267,164$ 2.3% Services/ Supplies 24,253,786 25,901,157 6.8% Capital Outlay 42,000 - -100.0% Debt Service 4,539,007 4,532,230 -0.1% Capital Projects 121,000 4,413,739 3547.7% Total Funding 118,197,837$ 126,114,290$ 6.7% 15 General Fund • Personnel • Prepared based on current MOU agreements • Service Supplies • Increase for third party plan check services, offset with additional revenues • Increase of $70K for July 4th event • Increase of $81K for community center operations, partially offset with revenues • Decrease in City Attorney’s Office operating costs by $200K • Capital Projects • Public Safety Enterprise Communication (PSEC) Radio Interoperability $1.15M • 911 System $1.0M • Technology Enhancements $600K • Citywide Camera Project Phase II $427K Outlook General Fund – Exp. by Type Proposed FY 2015-16
  16. 16. Total Expenditures $ 126,114,290 Police $ 43,262,407 Fire 24,369,280 Maintenance Services 7,966,885 Administrative Services 5,020,270 Library & Recreation Svcs. 4,557,743 Community Development 3,300,553 Public Works 2,866,922 Information Technology 2,676,602 Management Services 2,123,205 Legal and Risk Management 1,757,193 City Council 181,839 City Treasurer 14,506 Department Subtotal 98,097,405 General Government 19,070,916 Debt Service 4,532,230 Capital Projects 4,413,739 Non-Departmental Subtotal 28,016,885 Total $ 126,114,290 General Fund Expenditures Proposed FY 2015-16 16 Departments Police 34.30% Fire 19.32% Maint Svcs 6.32% Admin Svcs 3.98% Lib/Rec Svcs 3.61% Comm Dev 2.62% Pub Works 2.27% Info Tech 2.12% Mgmt Svcs 1.68% Legal/Risk 1.39% City Council 0.15% City Treasurer 0.01% Genl Govt 15.12% Debt Svc 3.60% Capital Projects 3.50%
  17. 17. Estimated Budgeted Forecast Forecast FY2014-15 FY2015-16 FY2016-17 FY2017-18 Revenues 125,864,710$ 126,129,559$ 126,374,072$ 127,338,980$ Expenditures (124,044,705) (126,114,290) (126,360,566) (126,935,274) Annual Total 1,820,005$ 15,269$ 13,506$ 403,706$ General Fund Financial Forecast Proposed FY 2015-16 17 • FY 2014-15 had $1.9M in one time developer fees • FY 2015-16 has $2.6M in one time sales/use tax revenues • FY 2016-17 - Revenues • Increase in property taxes (3%) , recurring sales taxes (3%), and transfers • Decrease due to one time sales tax revenue occurring in FY 2015-16 and end of Cal GRIPS funding • FY 2016-17 – Expenditures • Increases for health rates, PERS, and safety personnel cost of living adjustment • Decrease in capital projects budget due to one time items funded in FY 2015-16 Financial Forecast Notes
  18. 18. Dept. of Water & Power Funds 18
  19. 19. DWP Funds – Operating Revenue and Expenditures 1919 Water Reclaimed Water $- $20 $40 $60 $80 FY 2014-15 Adopted FY 2015-16 Proposed $61.6 $61.4 $56.1 $55.8 Revenues Expenditures ValueinMillions $- $2 $4 $6 $8 $10 FY 2014-15 Adopted FY 2015-16 Proposed $6.5 $3.3 $4.5 $4.5 Revenues Expenditures ValueinMillions
  20. 20. DWP Funds – Operating Revenue and Expenditures 2020 Water Reclamation Electric $- $10 $20 $30 $40 FY 2014-15 Adopted FY 2015-16 Proposed $32.9 $33.4 $29.2 $26.9 Revenues Expenditures ValueinMillions $- $5 $10 $15 $20 FY 2014-15 Adopted FY 2015-16 Proposed $16.9 $17.6 $15.7 $16.5 Revenues Expenditures ValueinMillions
  21. 21. 21 All DWP Funds DWP Funds - Expenditures by Type Proposed FY 2015-16 • Personnel • Prepared based on current MOU agreements • Net increase of 3 full time positions • Service Supplies • Decrease in lease payments, computer equipment, and administrative services charges • Debt Service • Increase $334K Brine Line System Discharge • Increase $185K for 2013 Wastewater Revenue Bonds • Capital Projects • Home Gardens Well 32 and 33 $3.8M • WRF#3 Decommissioning Force Mains $3M • WRF#3 Decommissioning Pumping Improvements $3M • WRF#3 Decommissioning Gravity Sewer Lines $2.5M Outlook Expenditure Type Adopted 2014-15 Proposed 2015-16 % Chg Personnel 16,332,150$ 17,567,668$ 7.6% Services/ Supplies 83,445,336 79,807,408 -4.4% Capital Outlay - 73,765 N/ A Debt Service 5,602,928 6,203,133 10.7% Subtotal Operating 105,380,414 103,651,974 -1.6% Capital Projects 31,606,769 17,093,895 -45.9% Total Funding 136,987,183$ 120,745,869$ -11.9%
  22. 22. DWP Funds Financial Overview Proposed FY 2015-16 • Utility rates include replacement factor in rate structure for future capital replacement projects 22 DWP Funds Notes Reclaimed Water Water Water Reclamation Electric Revenue 61,427,662 3,254,113 33,375,582 17,614,485 Operating Expenditures 54,062,645 2,831,844 24,580,900 15,973,452 Net Operating Results 7,365,017$ 422,269$ 8,794,682$ 1,641,033$ Principal Paymentson Debt 1,693,595 1,669,268 2,330,000 510,270 Capital Improvement Projects 5,747,930 870,000 10,442,965 33,000 Net Change (76,508)$ (2,116,999)$ (3,978,283)$ 1,097,763$ Available Working Capital 76,508 2,116,999 3,978,283 - Surplus/ (Deficit) -$ -$ -$ 1,097,763$
  23. 23. Citywide Goals and Capital Projects 23
  24. 24. Citywide Goals FY 2015-16 24 • Socrata – Open Data Solutions for Data Transparency • New City Website • OneSolution Finance • New workflows to automate manual processes • Online open enrollment, W-2s, W-4s, personnel information • Contracts management • Cashiering • Fixed Assets • OneSolution Community • Business license, permitting, licensing, inspection, code enforcement • Expansion of DisclosureDocs program • Electronic Document Management System • NeoGov Insight • Employee performance management Technology • Design of reclaimed water storage tank for Corona Hills • Redundant electric interconnection for Dos Lagos and Crossings service areas • System upgrades at Water Reclamation Facility #2 • New traffic signals at six intersections • HVAC system replacement at Historic Civic Center Recreation Gymnasium • Nine electric vehicle chargers added throughout the City • Turf Removal project at Sheridan Park • Interior and Exterior painting of Senior Center Infrastructure • $1.2M - Public Safety Enterprise Communication (PSEC) radio interoperability • $1.0M - new Emergency 911 phone system • Phase II of Citywide Unified Camera System project • Body worn camera project • Critical Incident Stress Management program Public Safety
  25. 25. • Expedited solar permit process (AB 2188) • Technical update to the City’s General Plan • Urban Water Management Plan • Administrative Services – merging of Finance and Human Resources • Legal & Risk Management – merging of City Attorney’s Office and Risk Management Citywide Goals FY 2015-16 25 • $1.0M in reserves for equipment replacement • $24.8M anticipated MARA funding for Foothill Parkway (Measure A Fund 227) • Increase $1.4M Measure A capital projects • Decrease of $2.9M for debt service in Successor Agency Funds • Decrease of $853K in debt service for Agency Funds • Part time employees added to Budget’s Schedule of Positions Financial • Mayor’s Messages • New Animal Services and Enforcement facility to open • New Community Center to open • Deployment of seven new low-floor Corona Cruiser buses • Two new lighted basketball courts at City Park • Water-wise demonstration garden at the Library • Public Technology Center for permit history and property information Community • Cal/OSHA vaccination program (Police, Fire, DWP) • Contract negotiations with CGEA and CSA • Enhanced administrative training courses Other • Connect business community to State representatives • Grow job base by creating new and fostering existing relationships with business community • Build Business Retention and Expansion program with business visits, industry roundtable events and quality customer service • Promote and market the City of Corona to stimulate the investment of capital within the city • Pursue business industry roundtable meetings and conduct events Economic Development Employee Relations
  26. 26. • $3.8M - Home Gardens well projects • $1.0M - Southwest Grand Blvd quadrant waterline replacement • $300K - Skyline water storage tank • $300K - Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) backbone licensed radio installation Capital Improvement Projects Major Activity • $8.5M - Water Reclamation Facility #3 decommissioning 26 Water Reclamation Water Drainage • $1.1M - Storm drain line
  27. 27. Capital Improvement Projects Major Activity 27 • $2.6M - Pavement rehabilitation for local streets • $600K - Curb and gutter installation, replacement and maintenance • $400K - Phase II of Chase Drive improvements • $400K - Sidewalk construction Roads, Bridges and Freeways • $742K - LMD 84-2 Zone 10 improvements • $279K - LMD 84-2 Zone 15 improvements • $200K - CFD 2001-1 landscape improvements Assessment Districts • $634K - Citywide street light and traffic signal replacement and repairs • $250K - Hardscape improvements in Parks Lighting, Signals and Parks
  28. 28. CONCLUDING REMARKS DARRELL TALBERT, CITY MANAGER 28

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