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City of Santa Cruz

California

La Bahia Hotel

ANNUAL BUDGET

Fiscal Year 2008

Cover and Photo by Natalia Duarte


City of Santa Cruz
California
ANNUAL BUDGET
For Fiscal Year July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2008

Mayor Emily Reilly

Councilmember Ed Porter Ryan Coonerty, Vice Mayor


Councilmember Lynn Robinson Councilmember Mike Rotkin
Councicmember Cynthia Mathews Councilmember Tony Madrigal

Submitted by the City Manager


to the Mayor and City Council

Richard C. Wilson
City Manager
Citizens
Santa Cruz
County Library City Council
Joint Powers RDA Board
Authority
Board Advisory
City Clerk Bodies
City Attorney

Santa Cruz Assistant


City Manager
City/County City Manager
Library
System

Redevelopment Agency Planning & Community Parks & Recreation Police Fire Public Works
Redevelopment Programs Development Parks/Facilities Maint Patrol Fire, Medical, and Engineering
Economic Development Current Planning Tree Programs Investigations HazMat Emergencies Facilities Services
Affordable Housing Future Planning Recreation Classes Community Services Fire Prevention Infrastructure Maint
Housing Assistance Building & Inspections Marine Safety Traffic Enforcement Marine Rescue Parking/Traffic Mgmt
Downtown Programs Code Enforcement Sports/Youth Programs Records and Service Wastewater
Property Management Housing Aquatics Programs State/Federal Grants Storm Water
Natural History Museum Refuse Collection,
Louden Nelson Center Landfill, Recycling
Civic Auditorium

Water Human Resources Finance Information Technology


Engineering Recruitment/Selection Accounting IT Operations
Customer Service Equal Opportunity Payroll GIS
Water Resource Mangmt Labor Relations Treasury Management Telecommunications
Production/Distribution Benefits Coordination Purchasing
Quality Control Employee Development
Loch Lomond Risk Management
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF .

City Manager ...................................................................................................................Richard C. Wilson


Assistant City Manager........................................................................................................... Martín Bernal
Chief of Fire.................................................................................................................................Ron Oliver
Chief of Police ...................................................................................................................... Howard Skerry
City Attorney .....................................................................................................................John G. Barisone
City Clerk................................................................................................................................... Leslie Cook
Director of Finance .................................................................................................................Sandra Benoit
Director of Information Technology.................................................................................... Sharon Caiocca
Director of Libraries ........................................................................................................... Anne M. Turner
Director of Parks and Recreation............................................................................... Dannettee Shoemaker
Director of Human Resources...................................................................................Lisa Martinez Sullivan
Director of Planning and Community Development ................................................................ Greg Larson
Director of Public Works ........................................................................................................... Mark Dettle
Director of Water ........................................................................................................................Bill Kocher
Director of Redevelopment......................................................................................................... Ceil Cirillo

BOARD, COMMISSION & COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS .

Arts Commission ...................................................................................................................... Linda Bixby


Board of Building Appeals ............................................................................................. Myles F. Corcoran
Commission for Prevention of Violence Against Women ............................ Dr. Robert G. “Bob” Spencer
Downtown Commission..........................................................................................................Julie Shattuck
Equal Employment Opportunity Committee ........................................................................... Patrick Clark
General Plan Advisory Committee ................................................................................................Don Lane
Historic Preservation Commission ......................................................................................... David Subocz
Parks and Recreation Commission ............................................................................................ Robert Poen
Planning Commission ..........................................................................................................David A. Foster
Public Art Committee ..........................................................................................................Timerie Gordon
Public Works Commission ............................................................................................. Michael D. Bethke
San Lorenzo River Committee............................................................................................... David Carlson
Santa Cruz City Transportation Commission ......................................................................... Ian McFadden
Sister Cities Committee ...........................................................................................................Nancy Eidam
Water Commission........................................................................................................... Charlie Keutmann
TABLE OF CONTENTS .

Guide to the Document

Budget Message

Financial Summaries
Overview...................................................................................................................................................1
Recap of Funds .........................................................................................................................................3
Summary of Projected Revenues and Other Financing Sources by Fund Type .......................................4
Expenditure Summary by Fund Type .......................................................................................................8
Summary of Interfund Transfers...............................................................................................................9
Revenues and Other Financing Sources – General Fund .......................................................................11
Operating Expenditures by Department – General Fund........................................................................12
General Fund Budget Net of Program Revenues....................................................................................14

Personnel Profile...........................................................................................................................................15

City Council ..................................................................................................................................................21

City Clerk......................................................................................................................................................25

City Manager ................................................................................................................................................28

City Attorney ................................................................................................................................................33

Human Resources .........................................................................................................................................35

Finance..........................................................................................................................................................44

Information Technology ...............................................................................................................................48

Police ............................................................................................................................................................56

Fire ................................................................................................................................................................66

Parks and Recreation ....................................................................................................................................72


Parks Activities .......................................................................................................................................77
Recreation Activities...............................................................................................................................85
Parks and Recreation – Golf Enterprise..................................................................................................97

Library (City) ................................................................................................................................................98


TABLE OF CONTENTS .

(continued)

Public Works...............................................................................................................................................104
Public Works – General Fund...............................................................................................................107
Public Works – Gas Tax Fund ..............................................................................................................119
Public Works – Enterprise Funds ........................................................................................................123
Wastewater Enterprise ....................................................................................................................126
Refuse Enterprise ............................................................................................................................134
Parking Enterprise...........................................................................................................................141
Storm Water Enterprise...................................................................................................................142
Public Works – Internal Service Fund..................................................................................................143
Equipment Operations Fund ...........................................................................................................145

Planning and Community Development.....................................................................................................148

Non-Departmental.......................................................................................................................................165
Conference and Visitor Promotion .......................................................................................................166
Downtown Business Promotion............................................................................................................167
Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County ................................................................................................168
City Membership, Dues, and Fees ........................................................................................................169
Animal Control .....................................................................................................................................170
Social Services Programs......................................................................................................................173

Water...........................................................................................................................................................176

Economic Development and Redevelopment (City) ..................................................................................187


Redevelopment Agency ..............................................................................................................................190

Capital Outlay .............................................................................................................................................201

Capital Improvement Program....................................................................................................................212

Fund Summaries .........................................................................................................................................261

Resolution Adopting Budget with Amendments ........................................................................................284


GUIDE TO THE DOCUMENT .

Document Organization

Financial Summaries
This section of the budget document gives the reader an overall picture of the City and the budget.
Recap of Funds provides information about the resources available (beginning fund balance, revenues,
and transfers) and the extent to which they will finance our requirements (operating and capital
expenditures).
Summary of Projected Revenues and Other Financing Sources by Fund Type provides information
about each revenue source, both from an historical perspective and the future projected amounts.
Expenditure Summary by Fund Type provides information about the operating budget for each fund
including total Operating Budget, Debt Service, and Capital Outlay. Summary of Interfund Transfers
provides detailed information about various fund transfers that appear in the Recap of Funds.
Revenues and Other Financing Sources-General Fund provides information about each General Fund
revenue source, both from an historical perspective and the future projected amounts.
Operating Expenditures by Department-General Fund provides information about each General Fund
account both from an historical perspective and the future projected amounts.
General Fund Budget Net of Program Revenues provides information about total expenditures, how
much of those total expenditures are financed with program revenues and other allocated sources, and the
resulting net amount of expenditures which need to be supported by taxes and other general revenues.

Personnel Profile
This section includes information about authorized personnel for all departments. It provides information
about positions by department, including all positions in the department from all funding sources. It shows
the positions approved when the Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 budget was adopted, positions added to the budget
during FY 2007, and proposed changes for FY 2008.

The positions listed here are in some cases different from what is listed in the Personnel Funded section for
each activity. Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity.
This Personnel Profile includes each department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other
departments, and does not include positions or portions of positions that are funded by the department but
located in another department.

Department Summary
This section of the budget provides a description of the department and the total expenditures by character
for the fiscal year, for FY 2006 actual expenditures, the FY 2007 amended budget, the FY 2007 estimated
actual budget, and the proposed budget for FY 2008. In addition, the original adopted budget total for FY
2007 is shown below the amended budget total; the amended budget includes supplemental appropriations
made after the original budget adoption. The expenditures by activity section displays the same information
by activity and fund, and resources by fund displays the funding sources by fund. The total personnel
funded line shows the total number of positions funded by the department. The personnel authorization
section shows all of the positions in the department, including those funded by another department; it does
not include positions that are funded by the department but located in another department.
GUIDE TO THE DOCUMENT .

Department by Fund
This section of the budget provides expenditures by character and expenditures by activity for each group
of funds utilized by that department. Only those departments that utilize multiple funds will have this
section.

Activity Summary
This section of the budget provides a description of the activities displayed in the Department Summary
section and the budgeted expenditures by character for that activity. The personnel funded section shows
the specific positions or portions of positions funded in the activity.

Redevelopment Agency
This section of the budget document provides information about the Redevelopment Agency objectives, as
well as revenues and expenditures, including obligations and other debt.

Capital Improvement Program


This section of the budget identifies the major capital projects by funding source.

Capital Outlay
This section of the budget lists the specific capital equipment items that are funded in the capital outlay
accounts in the expenditure detail section of each budget unit.
MEMORANDUM

DATE: May 30, 2007

TO: Mayor Reilly and Members of the City Council

FROM: City Manager

SUBJECT: PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008

The City’s Economy and the City’s General Fund Budget


Those who work with and depend on the City’s budget know that since the high-tech bubble
burst in 2001, the City of Santa Cruz has struggled. The five-year period from Fiscal Year
2001 through Fiscal Year 2005 was probably the most financially challenging period that the
City ever experienced. Fortunately, that exceptionally difficult period is behind us. It seems
that “normal” economic conditions have returned.

It is therefore appropriate to ask two questions. The first is: “What is ‘normal’ for the City
of Santa Cruz?” The second is: “What does the answer to the first question mean for the
City’s future?”

The answer to the question, “What is normal for the City?” is clear. In most years, the City’s
tax receipts will grow very modestly. More often than not, the City’s tax receipts will grow
at about the rate of inflation, give or take a little. The last time we experienced noteworthy
growth above the inflation rate was when the Gateway Plaza came on line; prior to that it was
when Costco came to the City. As these examples make clear, we do not experience
noteworthy real growth very often.

This may not sound like such a bad thing for the City. How difficult could it be to hold
expenditure increases to the rate of inflation over the long term? The answer turns out to be
that it is impossible to hold the City’s spending increases to the rate of inflation without
cutting services at the same time. Economic reality dictates that no institution can keep
doing the same things year after year and hold overall spending increases to the rate of
inflation.

There are many reasons why City spending always has outpaced and always will outpace
inflation, including the following: 1) the total cost of compensation for most cities, and most
employers, increases at a rate that exceeds the rate of inflation over the long term. 1
This reflects real growth in the larger economy over time; 2) the cost of health benefits
continues to increase by much more than the rate of inflation; 3) it is widely anticipated that
the cost of fuel and energy will continue to increase by more than the rate of inflation, and
many of the City’s services are fuel-intensive; 4) workers’ compensation and retiree health
care benefits represent additional financial challenges that will require funding above the rate

1
That does not mean that most employees in the workforce enjoy raises that exceed the rate of inflation; that
has not been the case in recent years.
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of inflation; 5) the City still processes its land use applications, parking fines, and a host of
other activities on its antiquated HP 3000 mainframe computer. We have no choice but to
transfer these activities to a modern environment and to expand our Information Technology
staff to accomplish this; 6) there is a long list of things that fall in the same category as Item
(5) above; 7) the City engages in construction activities of all kinds, and will always be
engaged in those activities. Construction costs are increasing at triple the rate of inflation or
more, and are expected to continue to do so; and 8) in making cuts over the past seven years,
the City cut or postponed any number of expenditures that cannot be forever dispensed with.

Even absent the above pressures, we also want more of almost everything. That is, we want
real spending to increase. We want (and need) a larger Police Department, one that has the
resources to dedicate special patrols to the downtown and the beach area and to address street
crime, gangs, and other situations. We want a Fire Department that will continue to provide
paramedic as well as fire suppression and safety services in the face of increasing demands.
We want our streets to be passable, our streetlights to be on, and our storm drains to flow.
We want lifeguards on the beach. We want our extensive parks system to be well-
maintained. We want our 2,500 acres of greenbelt to be protected. We want the Louden
Nelson Community Center, Civic Auditorium, Harvey West Pool, Teen Center, Beach Flats
Community Center, and other facilities to be open. We want not only to continue, but to
expand, our support of social services. This list goes on and on.

These spending pressures are not unique to the City of Santa Cruz. How do other cities
expect to address them? The answer is that most cities plan for, and expect to experience,
real growth, rather than just nominal or inflationary growth.

It is easy for growing cities to experience real economic gains; it is more challenging for
cities that are “built-out.” Recognizing that it is harder to sustain a built-out city than a
growing city, most built-out cities still plan for and expect to achieve real economic growth,
as new economic activities replace older activities, and as new developments replace older
developments. Witness San Francisco’s breathtakingly ambitious plans; San Francisco may
be built-out, but it is planning to be re-built. The same kind of planning is being done almost
everywhere. Other cities may or may not achieve what they seek, but the fact is that most
seek to achieve real economic growth.

Santa Cruz is an exception to this generalization. The dominant theme for Santa Cruz is the
desire to maintain the positive attributes the City has long enjoyed. The City does not, by
and large, desire to cultivate real economic growth and vitality. That is a legitimate choice,
so long as the financial consequences of such an approach are recognized and dealt with. It
has, after all, been the City’s choice for a long time.

Translated into “budget-speak,” the City’s historic planning goals translate into a revenue
goal, albeit an unacknowledged one: for tax revenues to increase at about the rate of
inflation, reflective of maintaining existing conditions in the City. The City’s budget
dilemma is that real economic growth is required to keep doing the things that the City
government does, but the City’s built environment, in the absence of continuous rebuilding,
remodeling, and re-use, will produce nominal growth instead.

Suppose for the sake of contemplation that participants in a graduate city planning seminar
were assigned the task of proposing services for a city whose highest value was the
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preservation of its existing environment. That is, the city being contemplated desired, as its
highest value, to avoid the activity, congestion, pollution, and other conditions that result
from more intensive economic activity. What would be said about the services that city
should undertake? The answer is clear: that city should take a minimalist approach to city
services. That city should do what is essential, but avoid doing what is optional. That city
should not have an extensive list of city services.

If a group of savvy local government professionals were shown only the amenities provided
by the City of Santa Cruz and asked to describe the City’s tax base, they would say, “This
City provides wonderful services. It must be a very well-off city indeed.” They would be
shocked to find that it is not so.

Our City is not going to compromise either its determination to maintain its present economic
environment or its support for the amenities it values. Instead, the City will struggle to make
ends meet. We are like a family that has acquired its dream house and is planning its dream
vacation, but whose breadwinners are committed to working part-time; each is a fine choice,
but they do not fit together very well.

The hard-working citizens preparing the City’s next General Plan are coming to grips with
this issue. They cannot solve it. But the language being proposed at this time recognizes two
important points. The first point is that the well-being of the larger economy and the
financial well-being of the City itself are two different things. The larger economy will
perform reasonably well, because it is broad; the City’s tax base will not perform as well,
because it is narrow. The second point is that in the absence of real growth in tax receipts
over the years, the City government will continue to experience financial distress.

For better or worse, there are two keys to the prosperity of cities in California. They are
retail sales and hotels. These revenue sources are critical for two reasons. First, they have
the potential to grow more quickly than inflation. Second, they are relatively independent of
demands for municipal services. As the other sources of municipal revenues grow, so do
demands for municipal expenditures. That is why other sources of revenue are considerably
less attractive, from the city hall point of view, than sales and hotel taxes.

There is good reason for the fierce competition that is waged among cities to attract sales tax
and hotel tax generators. The winners will achieve real economic growth of their tax base,
which will enable them to pay for the things they want. Jurisdictions that do not obtain sales
and hotel tax winnings will not achieve real economic growth of their tax base, and will
struggle to meet their growing expenditure obligations. This is the way things are in
California. It is the way things have been for a long time. There is no sign that they will
ever be any other way.

The City’s Employee Compensation Dilemma


The City of Santa Cruz is next door to one of the most dynamic employment markets in the
world, and to cities that have extraordinarily productive tax bases. Northern California as a
whole is one of the most prosperous areas of our country. We are in competition with many
of the most successful local governments and private companies anywhere. We do not like
being in competition with them, but there is nothing that we can do about it. We cannot hope
to match them, and have always said so flat out. But we cannot escape the pressure to trail
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them by some reasonable differential. This is not a matter of values or theory; it is simply a
matter of practical reality.

Despite trailing “over-the-hill” jurisdictions, historically the City has compared favorably
with other government employers in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Now even that is
starting to change, as jurisdictions in our region individually address their own compensation
challenges. For example, the County of Santa Cruz has made a commitment to pay its
highest-ranking managerial and professional employees at a rate that is 95% of an eight-
county average, which includes Santa Clara County. Santa Cruz County will accomplish this
over an eighteen-month period. It remains to be seen how the County will address
compensation issues for the remainder of its workforce. The City of Monterey has approved
a package much like Santa Cruz County’s for its management and professional employees,
and has also granted large increases to law enforcement. As a result, instead of being
roughly comparable with the County of Santa Cruz and the City of Monterey, as has long
been the case, the City of Santa Cruz will trail those jurisdictions for many managerial and
professional positions, often by very substantial amounts. Nor are those the only positions
where this situation applies; such positions can be found throughout the workforce.

Moreover, even comparatively rich cities are experiencing difficulty recruiting for a wide
range of positions, especially managerial, professional, and technical, highly skilled
employees. The City of San Jose has announced that it must increase compensation of
selected positions despite the fact that its revenues will not grow at a pace to cover the cost.

It is tempting to think that there is a new economic reality out there. But it is not so. What
has happened is that many jurisdictions have witnessed but not responded to the labor market
over the past seven years. These cities, Santa Cruz among them, had more than they could
cope with already. They were in no position over the past seven years to make modest,
regular adjustments. On the other hand, cities and other employers that could afford to do so
did make a series of smaller adjustments over the past seven years, and remain in a strong
position. Those who could not and did not keep up are now facing a serious problem.

The labor market in law enforcement is an excellent example of what is now happening in
other areas, too. Over the past twenty-five years, the City has hired every single police
officer candidate who met the City’s standards and agreed to come to work here. If ten or
twenty such people had appeared at one time, we would have immediately gone to the City
Council and proposed to hire them all, knowing that the Police Department would not be
over-staffed for long. It has never happened. Under these circumstances, the City of Santa
Cruz is obliged to pay what the labor market dictates, not what the tax base can support. 2
The same is true for police sergeants, lieutenants, deputy chiefs, and the police chief.

Fortunately, the City meets with a high degree of success in attracting candidates for most of
its jobs, especially those that are more reflective of local economic conditions and less
reflective of what happens elsewhere. For other positions, the City of Santa Cruz must
compete in the larger labor market for people with skills that are in high demand. Such
positions include numerous technical specialties throughout the workforce, as well as
accountants, engineers, planners, and others. Many departments report that they are having
more difficulty than ever before finding qualified applicants.

2
It is estimated that there are between 12,000 and 15,000 police officer vacancies in California.
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The cost of benefits is also a serious matter. Health care costs routinely increase by much
more than the rate of inflation. Pension costs continue to be a burden. The City’s share of
retirement for police and fire employees is 35% and 39.7% of salary, respectively. In
addition to those employer contributions, police and fire employees contribute an additional
9% of salary, making the total cost of retirement 44% of salary for police and 48.7% of
salary for fire. As police and fire salaries increase, as they inevitably will, the cost of
retirement benefits will increase proportionately. These costs are, and will continue to be,
staggering.

The total cost of retirement for non-public safety employees, who are referred to by the
CalPERS retirement system as “miscellaneous employees,” is less than half that for public
safety employees, but still far from inexpensive. The City’s share of that cost, however, is
dramatically less. The major issue for miscellaneous employees has to do with the share paid
by the City and the share paid by employees. When the current plan was established in July
of 1997, employee bargaining units agreed that employees would bear the cost of the
program for ten years. That period has now passed, and the issue is open for discussion.

The total cost of retirement for miscellaneous employees is 20% of payroll. Pursuant to the
1997 agreement, employees are paying about two-thirds of that cost while the City pays the
remaining third. The cost of retirement for non-public safety employees, then, could well
become but is not yet a significant problem for the City.

Retirement reform seems to have stalled in Sacramento. Those who advocate maintaining
defined benefit pensions for the long term, but at reduced levels of cost and benefits, have
met with little success. Those who want to end defined benefit pensions altogether are biding
their time, or so it seems; they have certainly not withdrawn. Those who desire to protect the
current level of benefits continue to be in a controlling position.

Many local governments are improving retirement benefits despite the costs, the cities of
Scotts Valley and Capitola among them. On the other hand, a handful of local governments
have established two-tiered retirement systems, with reduced benefits for new employees, but
they are in a very small minority. Ultimately, that would seem to be the most likely means of
reform, probably on a mandated basis from Sacramento. In any event, cost relief does not
appear to be on the way.

The cost of retiree health care benefits will be as problematic for many public agencies as the
cost of pensions. The City of Santa Cruz will be better off than most in this regard, as the
City has not made the kinds of promises so many others have. An updated actuarial estimate
of the obligations the City does have will be produced in the course of the next year. It is a
serious issue, and the cost will not be small, but it will be a manageable number in
comparison with the other issues noted above.

In sum, the City’s compensation dilemma is that, if history is any guide at all, the City’s
revenues are not going to grow at a pace sufficient to keep up with the labor market of which
the City is a part. This means that, from time to time, the City will need to reduce the
number of people it employs, which means reducing the services it provides.

Most organizations, the City among them, can benefit from budget pressures. Budget
pressures force organizations to address inefficient practices and focus on performance and
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results. It is often beneficial to re-think, re-organize, and re-prioritize. On the other hand,
organizations have minimum requirements reflective of legal mandates, round-the-clock
operations, physical plant and equipment, and other exigencies. At this point, having
experienced a five-year period of making reductions, there are many more places where the
City needs to employ more people and spend more money than there are opportunities for
further cuts. The consequences of being understaffed are evident in many places, from police
to building maintenance to parks. A complete list of services that are inadequately staffed
would be lengthy.

While long-term realities are clear, we are happy to report that it is not necessary to make
cuts this year. Our difficulty in hiring has produced short-term budget savings this year, as it
did last year and the year before. We are also seeing tax receipts grow modestly, which is a
good thing and a nice departure from recent experience. As we succeed in hiring the people
we need, especially in the Police Department, the one-time savings that the City has realized
will diminish and the budget situation that we have defined above and have come to know so
well will again apply.

Those of us who help shape the City’s organizational structure are constantly asking
ourselves how we could function with fewer employees. When we can get by with
vacancies, we do so. When temporary employment will suffice, we take that approach. The
fact of the matter is that the City needs full-time employees to do most of the things the City
does. We constantly face problems that we must attend to, and the attending requires people
and money.

In sum, the City has never before experienced on such a broad scale the compensation
challenges it now faces. There have always been a few positions that required special
attention, and there will always be a few. The number of positions that now require special
attention is at an all-time high. The actions being taken by other agencies show that the City
of Santa Cruz is not alone in facing this situation. This is certain to be one of the most
important and most difficult issues the City Council will be called on to address in the next
period of time.

What to Expect in Fiscal Year 2008


When Fiscal Year 2007 concludes on June 30, 2007, the City will still have an abundance of
unfilled positions, especially in the Police Department, which will contribute to one-time
savings. This will be the third year in a row that we have been unable to hire the people we
wanted to hire, indeed, the people the City Council directed us to hire. This is good for the
General Fund balance, which will be somewhere between $11 million and $12 million, but
not good in any other respect.

The City’s General Fund budget for Fiscal Year 2008 would be only slightly in deficit—that
is, forecast spending would exceed forecast revenues by $500,000 to $1,000,000—if there
were no pay increases for City employees. As discussed above, that is not a possibility.
Instead, the City will, because it must, address its compensation issues. Not incidentally, five
bargaining unit agreements will be up for renegotiation in Fiscal Year 2008: the mid-
management/professional employees’ unit, the supervisors’ unit, SEIU, police, and police
management. Fire and fire management follow in July of 2008, so the City will bargain with
all seven bargaining units during the next fiscal year.
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Inevitably then, the forecast deficit for next year will become substantially larger than
$1,000,000. At some point in Fiscal Year 2008—we cannot predict exactly when the turn
will take place—the City will cease adding to and begin to draw down its General Fund
balance. We hope that the turn will come later rather than sooner and given our recent
experience, that may be. It will be reasonable to have some draw-down, given the budget
savings of the past three years. But in three years or so the City can expect that it will, once
again, have to balance revenues and spending in the General Fund. It is not a pleasant
prospect. Rather than make extensive cuts at one time, we will want to anticipate where we
are heading, and try to engineer a “soft landing,” if possible.

Two More Financial Risks


Two grave financial risks to cities in general and to the City of Santa Cruz in particular are
being addressed in the courts.

First, several cities that levy a 9-1-1 fee to support the cost of emergency dispatch services
have had that fee challenged. Should the 9-1-1 fee be declared to be a tax, every jurisdiction
that has such a fee would have to eliminate it or place it before the voters.

Second, the application of utility users’ taxes to long-distance and other telephone services is
also under challenge in the courts. Moreover, Congress has taken up numerous bills that
would eliminate or limit such taxes. The City of Santa Cruz collects about $1.5 million from
its 9-1-1 fee and about $3 million from the application of utility users’ tax to telephone
services. Santa Cruz will not be alone if judicial outcomes are adverse, but remedies would
have to be found.

What is the Potential for a Better Economic Future?


We can define the financial big picture with reasonable confidence for the short and medium
term, but what about the long term? Several observations can be made.

On the positive side from a financial point of view, the City’s supremely wonderful location
guarantees that there will always be parties ready to undertake one economic development
project or another. Most cities want to be rich, but lack any way of reaching that goal. The
City of Santa Cruz will never lack for possibilities. Santa Cruz’ challenge is to find
economic development projects that work for both applicants and the City.

As noted, retail sales and hotel stays are the revenue cream for local government. The
development of new motel rooms along Ocean Street, already underway, will contribute to
the City’s tax base, but not nearly as much as a quality hotel would do. The proposal for the
La Bahia has the potential to provide an excellent boost in tax revenues if it proves to be a
project the community wants. The new owners of the West Coast Hotel are contemplating
what to do in the long term. In the short term they are making interior modifications that
may increase the economic contribution the property makes to the City.

The interest in the sale of the Sentinel property is encouraging in terms of the value
prospective owners place in downtown property. The potential for retail sales or even hotel
use on the property remains to be seen. Clearly downtown property is at a premium, even
given the uncertainties in the broader real estate market. Investors believe the City’s future
will be good for them. That is a hopeful sign.
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One could argue that the City of Santa Cruz has skipped a generation of development. It is
quite possible that this approach, while it has made for tough times for the City’s budget, has
preserved opportunities for the future that would not otherwise have been preserved. Perhaps
the next generation of opportunities will be more compatible with Santa Cruz values than the
last one. Perhaps one or more retailers of stature will want to locate in the Harvey West area,
which would not produce the impacts that so often cause projects to be rejected. Perhaps
new opportunities for the visitor sector will emerge that will enable the City to capitalize on
its superb location in an acceptable manner. Perhaps the rebuilding of the downtown will be
followed by the rebuilding of other commercial centers, to the City’s economic advantage.

There are lots of cities in this world that would do anything to improve their economic
circumstances. Santa Cruz is not among them. Santa Cruz will continue to be highly
selective. In the long run, perhaps that will work out just fine. From our current vantage
point, it is hard to see how that might be. A small number of significant economic gains
could make a huge difference.

The City Council, sitting as the Redevelopment Agency, has renamed it the Department of
Economic Development and Redevelopment and added an economic development manager
position to its staff. The Council recognizes, and has long recognized, that the City needs to
supplement its tax base. The Council is doing its best to prepare for the long-term economic
future. From an economic point of view, the City’s foremost challenge is to add a small
number of significant economic gains to the picture.

Repairing the City’s Streets


The passage of Measure H will enable the Public Works Department to begin the long-
needed process of repairing the City’s streets. For the next four years the Public Works
Department will dedicate over $6 million per year to street repairs. Residential streets, as
well as collectors and arterials, will be repaired. This will be the largest amount of
concentrated pavement work the City has ever done. Significant work will be done in each
quadrant of the City in each of the next four years.

Because the backlog of needed repairs is about $42 million, not every street can be attended
to. A second plan will be needed four years hence to address the remaining streets. But huge
progress will be made, and the City’s streets will be in much better overall condition than
they are today. At this writing we are still working on a borrowing plan that will enable us to
make the best use of funds for the City’s streets.

Police
The passage of Measure H has enabled the Police Department to create a Parks Unit.
Working together, the Police and Parks and Recreation Departments are dedicating a team of
police officers, community service officers, and park rangers to improving conditions in the
City’s parks and open spaces.

The Police Department has also established a Street Crimes Unit, which is a highly mobile
team focused on narcotics and gang issues. The Police Department is also utilizing overtime,
in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies, to address gang issues. Despite those
countywide efforts, there is a need to dedicate considerably more attention to the gang
problem.
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We hope to reduce the number of vacancies in the Police Department over the coming year.
Much depends on being able to do this. Unfortunately, accomplishing this goal will also
have the effect of reducing the City’s budget savings.

Fire
The Fire Department has assumed management responsibility for the City’s Marine Rescue
and Beach Lifeguard programs. The programs will be supervised by a fire captain. This
reorganization places water-oriented emergency responses and citywide fire and emergency
medical responses in the same department, which we believe will serve the public well. The
Marine Rescue and Beach Lifeguard programs had historically been managed by the Parks
and Recreation Department, which set the bar very high. The new approach is the product of
an enthusiastic and cooperative effort between the Fire and Parks and Recreation
Departments.

A deputy fire marshal position is being reclassified to fire marshal division chief. Also, a fire
and life safety inspector position is being added to the Fire Prevention Division. These
changes will enable the Fire Department to improve its life safety services to the City’s
businesses. The costs of these measures will be offset by inspection, building permit, and
plan check fees.

Parks and Recreation


As mentioned, the approval of Measure H has enabled us to create a Parks Unit. It is now in
operation but not yet fully staffed. When fully staffed, it will consist of a chief ranger, three
park rangers, a police sergeant, four community service officers, and the homeless resource
officer. This Parks Unit will make a significant contribution to the safety and environmental
condition of the City’s parks and open spaces.

Three new facilities opened in 2007, and will be part of the Parks and Recreation
Department’s ongoing maintenance program: the Ken Wormhoudt Skate Park at Mike Fox
Park, the Bicycle Trip Bike Park at the Fun Spot, and the new synthetic turf Bowling Green
at San Lorenzo Park.

After five years of significant cuts, no budget cuts are proposed this year. The Parks and
Recreation Department remains short-staffed after years of cuts, and full restoration will
never be possible. At this writing we are still deliberating about how many of the Parks and
Recreation Department’s vacant positions can be filled on a regular basis.

Refuse and Recycling


Same-day refuse and recycling service is now in place throughout the City. A new $2.5
million single-stream recycling sorting system has the capacity to sort five days of recyclable
materials in four days. This efficiency enables recycling staff to deal with materials that
require special handling. The recycling program is processing and selling 94% of the
recyclables collected at the curb.

The next two projects at the Resource Recovery Facility will be the replacement of the north
leachate pond and the design and construction of the next lined cell.
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Water
Intensive capital improvements will be underway for the next ten to fifteen years in the
Water Department. The major projects are the replacement of the Bay Street Reservoir and
the development of a desalination plant, but the complete list of projects is long indeed. The
Water Department is requesting an additional assistant engineer and an additional associate
engineer to help manage these projects.

The Water Department’s revenues are performing as expected. Capital projects are being
paid for with a mix of pay-as-you-go and debt financing. This year’s drought conditions will
have a negative impact on revenues, but we do not expect that it will be necessary to utilize
the rate stabilization reserves.

Conclusion
In conclusion, I wish to extend my thanks to Mayor Reilly and the City Council for your
inexhaustible interest in and commitment to the work of the City, and for the seriousness of
purpose you bring to your custodianship of the City’s financial affairs. You have led the City
through some perilous times. The future will no doubt be equally challenging.

Richard C. Wilson
City Manager
FINANCIAL SUMMARIES .

OVERVIEW

This section summarizes the budget document with the following tables:

• Recap of Funds

• Summary of Projected Revenues and Other Financing Sources by Fund Type

• Expenditure Summary by Fund Type

• Summary of Interfund Transfers

• Revenues and Other Financing Sources – General Fund

• Operating Expenditures by Department – General Fund

• General Fund Budget Net of Program Revenues

Generally, the tables present information for the last completed fiscal year (FY 2006), amended budget and
estimated actual information for the prior fiscal year (FY 2007), and the proposed budget for fiscal year
2008.

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RECAP OF FUNDS - FY 2008
Available Fund Balances
Estimated Projected Transfers Estimated
Beginning Revenues & Net Transfers Operating Debt Capital From/(to) Ending
Fund Balance Other Sources In/(Out) Expenditures Service Projects Reserves Fund Balance (1)
Governmental Fund Types
(1) General Fund (101-199)
Primary Operating Funds $ 12,548,823 $ 75,343,241 $ 360,037 $ (75,740,257) $ (876,209) $ - $ (50,000) $ 11,585,635
Designated for Special Programs 288,407 326,416 - (296,700) - - - 318,123

Total General Fund 12,837,230 75,669,657 360,037 (76,036,957) (876,209) - (50,000) 11,903,758

Special Revenue Funds


Police Special Revenue (210-219) 116,982 150,370 (1,200) (146,395) - - - 119,757
State Highway (220-229) 7,384,113 6,639,000 - (806,169) - (5,021,000) 500,000 8,695,944
Parks and Recreation (240-249) 2,128,464 1,121,700 (28,307) - - (1,121,000) - 2,100,857
Housing & Community Development (250-279) 1,629,767 2,958,242 - (3,111,536) (216,000) - - 1,260,473
Other Special Revenue Funds (225,291) - 699,452 - (699,452) - - - -
Capital Projects Funds
Capital Improvement Projects (310-319) 10,807,377 17,402,770 6,850 - (323,528) (11,205,000) - 16,688,469
Debt Service Funds
General Obligation Bonds Debt Service (411) 794,914 529,033 - - (427,350) - - 896,597

Total Governmental Fund Types 35,698,847 105,170,224 337,380 (80,800,509) (1,843,087) (17,347,000) 450,000 41,665,855

Proprietary Fund Types


Enterprise Funds
Water Enterprise (710-719) 26,024,776 28,735,695 51,200 (17,632,040) (853,511) (15,063,000) - 21,263,120
Wastewater Enterprise (720-729) 5,668,933 17,680,165 (97,675) (15,192,591) (3,783,441) (2,518,000) 15,000 1,772,391
Refuse Enterprise (730-739) 5,177,534 15,851,936 10,725 (14,985,007) (2,829,610) (3,038,000) - 187,578
Parking Enterprise (740-749) 3,044,944 3,215,173 (1,675) (2,573,506) (524,072) (1,725,000) 14,600 1,450,464
Storm Water Enterprise (750-759) 853,359 1,379,684 - (1,863,302) (403,935) (514,000) 300 (547,894)
Golf Course Enterprise (760-769) (289,926) 2,242,879 (2,000) (2,240,492) (449,291) (50,000) - (788,830)
Total Enterprise Funds 40,479,620 69,105,532 (39,425) (54,486,938) (8,843,860) (22,908,000) 29,900 23,336,829

Internal Service Funds


Equipment Operations (811) 939,253 2,877,359 (46,000) (2,795,993) - - - 974,619
Central Stores (821) - - - - - - - -
Telecommunications Services (830-839) 86,450 432,499 (1,955) (263,411) - (310,210) - (56,627)
Self-Insurance
Workers' Compensation (841) 3,147,947 3,715,869 - (2,998,025) - - - 3,865,791
Liability Insurance (842)--revised 6/22/2007 1,363,549 3,177,803 (50,000) (2,065,620) - - - 2,425,732
Group Health Insurance (843) - - - - - - - -
Total Internal Service Funds 5,537,199 10,203,530 (97,955) (8,123,049) - (310,210) - 7,209,515

Total Proprietary Fund Types 46,016,819 79,309,062 (137,380) (62,609,987) (8,843,860) (23,218,210) 29,900 30,546,344
*revised 6/22/2007

City Public Trust Fund (130-131) 4,562,390 307,300 (200,000) - - - - 4,669,690

Total All City Funds $ 86,278,056 $ 184,786,586 $ - $ (143,410,496) $ (10,686,947) $ (40,565,210) $ 479,900 $ 76,881,889

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SUMMARY OF PROJECTED REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
By Fund Type

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
GENERAL FUND
Primary Operating Fund
Taxes $ 39,379,830 $ 41,722,113 $ 42,807,099 $ 46,125,000
Licenses and Permits 615,448 685,750 801,780 726,000
Intergovernmental 1,073,997 1,345,795 1,487,208 980,000
Charges for Services 18,928,762 21,107,920 19,953,259 22,277,859
Fines and Forfeits 1,962,775 2,019,200 1,910,897 1,952,200
Miscellaneous Revenues 2,378,409 2,530,141 2,443,604 2,420,182
Interfund Transfers In 99,894 278,000 1,050,043 401,912
Other Financing Sources 95,256 23,158 25,900 862,000
Subtotal 64,534,371 69,712,077 70,479,790 75,745,153
Designated for Special Programs
Taxes 116,034 118,504 118,504 118,504
Charges for Services 133,702 135,865 140,691 148,747
Fines and Forfeits (77) - - 2,000
Miscellaneous Revenues 53,611 59,485 61,218 57,165
Subtotal 303,270 313,854 320,413 326,416
Total General Fund 64,837,641 70,025,931 70,800,203 76,071,569

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS


POLICE SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Intergovernmental 116,495 102,097 102,097 110,800
Charges for Services 39,503 36,000 34,745 32,000
Fines and Forfeits 2,538 - 882 -
Miscellaneous Revenues 6,606 7,181 8,299 7,570
Subtotal 165,142 145,278 146,023 150,370
STATE HIGHWAY FUNDS
Intergovernmental 1,831,811 8,908,798 8,082,767 5,737,000
Miscellaneous Revenues 34,369 (15,454) 107,336 402,000
Transfers from Reserves 8,809 299,000 85,000 500,000
Other Financing Sources - 300,000 - 500,000
Subtotal 1,874,989 9,492,344 8,275,103 7,139,000
PARKS AND RECREATION FUNDS
Taxes 417,202 523,000 400,000 657,000
Charges for Services 245,496 595,000 544,410 392,000
Miscellaneous Revenues 51,818 45,586 72,492 72,700
Subtotal 714,516 1,163,586 1,016,902 1,121,700
HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS
Intergovernmental 848,870 4,535,984 1,920,896 2,276,775
Miscellaneous Revenues 80,027 255,688 334,290 584,767
Transfers from Reserves - 67,000 67,000 -
Other Financing Sources - 1,527,656 400,116 96,700
Subtotal 928,897 6,386,328 2,722,302 2,958,242

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SUMMARY OF PROJECTED REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
By Fund Type
(continued)
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
OTHER SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Intergovernmental $ 624,214 $ 646,548 $ 646,548 $ 699,452
Subtotal 624,214 646,548 646,548 699,452
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Taxes 417,202 523,000 400,000 657,000
Intergovernmental 3,421,390 14,193,427 10,752,308 8,824,027
Charges for Services 284,999 631,000 579,155 424,000
Fines and Forfeits 2,538 - 882 -
Miscellaneous Revenues 172,820 293,001 522,417 1,067,037
Transfers from Reserves 8,809 366,000 152,000 500,000
Other Financing Sources - 1,827,656 400,116 596,700
Total All Special Revenue Funds 4,307,758 17,834,084 12,806,878 12,068,764

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND
Taxes 1,256,775 1,300,700 1,212,000 1,236,000
Intergovernmental 1,200,850 5,542,418 4,954,845 2,650,000
Charges for Services - 30,668 30,668 -
Miscellaneous Revenues 138,697 3,582,595 1,558,379 1,416,770
Interfund Transfers In 752,555 2,645,623 1,158,247 112,800
Other Financing Sources 100,000 50,000 2,000,000 12,100,000
Total All Capital Projects Funds 3,448,877 13,152,004 10,914,139 17,515,570

DEBT SERVICE FUNDS


GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS DEBT SERVICE FUND
Taxes 542,683 517,023 517,023 517,023
Miscellaneous Revenues 13,499 12,904 12,419 12,010
Total All Debt Service Funds 556,182 529,927 529,442 529,033

TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES 73,150,458 101,541,946 95,050,662 106,184,936

PROPRIETARY FUND TYPES


ENTERPRISE FUNDS
WATER ENTERPRISE FUND
Licenses and Permits 4,541 1,800 6,700 3,500
Intergovernmental - 1,000,000 1,500,000 480,000
Charges for Services 19,918,969 24,190,378 24,244,886 26,886,535
Miscellaneous Revenues 1,083,202 1,355,785 1,579,514 1,357,660
Interfund Transfers In 2,304 121,696 120,000 120,000
Other Financing Sources 33,415 12,005,000 8,420 8,000
Subtotal 21,042,431 38,674,659 27,459,520 28,855,695
WASTEWATER ENTERPRISE FUND
Intergovernmental 283,786 888,295 787,250 1,476,765
Charges for Services 13,079,711 12,994,000 13,357,170 14,206,000
Miscellaneous Revenues 676,721 646,773 704,589 845,400
Transfers from Reserves 37,097 15,000 395,000 15,000
Other Financing Sources 16,896 1,416,426 1,406,816 1,152,000
Subtotal 14,094,211 15,960,494 16,650,825 17,695,165

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SUMMARY OF PROJECTED REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
By Fund Type
(continued)
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
REFUSE ENTERPRISE FUND
Intergovernmental $ 11,000 $ 32,343 $ 32,343 $ 32,343
Charges for Services 13,525,847 14,317,100 13,896,962 14,637,293
Miscellaneous Revenues 225,152 121,648 260,256 214,300
Interfund Transfers In - 100,000 100,000 100,000
Transfers from Reserves - - 348,000 -
Other Financing Sources 64,668 1,272,959 783,448 -
Subtotal 13,826,667 15,844,050 15,421,009 14,983,936
PARKING ENTERPRISE FUND
Taxes 36,952 34,600 35,408 35,408
Intergovernmental 25,016 139,249 104,449 200
Charges for Services 2,654,549 2,734,300 2,605,002 2,894,070
Fines and Forfeits 158 - - -
Miscellaneous Revenues 235,356 233,280 269,817 285,495
Transfers from Reserves 12,721 14,600 500,858 14,600
Other Financing Sources 1,595 - 184,000 -
Subtotal 2,966,347 3,156,029 3,699,534 3,229,773
STORM WATER ENTERPRISE FUND
Intergovernmental 535,628 959,388 298,052 417,094
Charges for Services 869,490 874,050 876,335 876,500
Miscellaneous Revenues 52,851 57,781 85,685 86,090
Transfers from Reserves 476,750 300 1,200 300
Subtotal 1,934,719 1,891,519 1,261,272 1,379,984
GOLF COURSE ENTERPRISE FUND
Intergovernmental 4,704 150,000 400,000 -
Charges for Services 1,608,752 2,300,000 2,000,000 2,050,000
Miscellaneous Revenues 210,909 185,526 194,787 192,879
Transfers from Reserves 187,118 122,860 155,000 -
Other Financing Sources - - - -
Subtotal 2,011,483 2,758,386 2,749,787 2,242,879

TOTAL ALL ENTERPRISE FUNDS


Taxes 36,952 34,600 35,408 35,408
Licenses and Permits 4,541 1,800 6,700 3,500
Intergovernmental 860,134 3,169,275 3,122,094 2,406,402
Charges for Services 51,657,318 57,409,828 56,980,355 61,550,398
Fines and Forfeits 158 - - -
Miscellaneous Revenues 2,484,191 2,600,793 3,094,648 2,981,824
Interfund Transfers In 2,304 221,696 220,000 220,000
Transfers from Reserves 713,686 152,760 1,400,058 29,900
Other Financing Sources 114,979 14,694,385 2,382,684 1,160,000
Total All Enterprise Funds 55,874,263 78,285,137 67,241,947 68,387,432

INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS


EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS FUND
Charges for Services 2,700,916 2,909,037 2,968,301 2,847,859
Miscellaneous Revenues 26,776 17,532 41,158 29,500
Subtotal 2,727,692 2,926,569 3,009,459 2,877,359

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SUMMARY OF PROJECTED REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
By Fund Type
(continued)
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
CENTRAL STORES FUND
Miscellaneous Revenues $ 164,210 $ - $ - $ -
Subtotal 164,210 - - -
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FUND
Charges for Services 240,048 260,160 260,160 431,544
Miscellaneous Revenues 2,164 1,763 910 955
Subtotal 242,212 261,923 261,070 432,499
SELF INSURANCE FUNDS
WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND
Charges for Services 3,243,661 3,048,000 3,261,734 3,615,848
Miscellaneous Revenues 134,264 74,484 95,258 100,021
Subtotal 3,377,925 3,122,484 3,356,992 3,715,869
LIABILITY INSURANCE FUND
Charges for Services 1,706,714 1,812,000 1,811,686 3,106,503
Miscellaneous Revenues 105,277 73,046 79,223 71,300
Subtotal 1,811,991 1,885,046 1,890,909 3,177,803
GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE FUND
Charges for Services 1,151,413 - - -
Miscellaneous Revenues 11,380 - - -
Subtotal 1,162,793 - - -

TOTAL ALL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS


Charges for Services 9,042,752 8,029,197 8,301,881 10,001,754
Miscellaneous Revenues 444,071 166,825 216,549 201,776
Total All Internal Service Funds 9,486,823 8,196,022 8,518,430 10,203,530

TOTAL PROPRIETARY FUND TYPES 65,361,086 86,481,159 75,760,377 78,590,962

CITY PUBLIC TRUST


Miscellaneous Revenues 308,284 458,164 305,882 307,300
Other Financing Sources 14,322 605,478 - -
Total City Public Trust 322,606 1,063,642 305,882 307,300

TOTAL ALL FUND TYPES


Taxes 41,749,476 44,215,940 45,090,034 48,688,935
Licenses and Permits 619,989 687,550 808,480 729,500
Intergovernmental 6,556,371 24,250,915 20,316,455 14,860,429
Charges for Services 80,047,533 87,344,478 85,986,009 94,402,758
Fines and Forfeits 1,965,394 2,019,200 1,911,779 1,954,200
Miscellaneous Revenues 5,993,582 9,703,908 8,215,116 8,464,064
Interfund Transfers In 854,753 3,145,319 2,428,290 734,712
Transfers from Reserves 722,495 518,760 1,552,058 529,900
Other Financing Sources 324,557 17,200,677 4,808,700 14,718,700
GRAND TOTAL $ 138,834,150 $ 189,086,747 $ 171,116,921 $ 185,083,198

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EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
Fiscal Year 2008 By Fund Type

Operating Debt Capital Total


Expenditures Service Projects Expenditures
GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES
General Fund
Primary Operating Funds $ 75,740,257 $ 876,209 $ - $ 76,616,466
Designated for Special Programs 296,700 - - 296,700
Total General Fund 76,036,957 876,209 - 76,913,166
Special Revenue Funds
Police Special Revenue 146,395 - 146,395
State Highway 806,169 - 5,021,000 5,827,169
Parks and Recreation - - 1,121,000 1,121,000
Housing and Community Development 3,111,536 216,000 - 3,327,536
Transportation Development Act 699,452 - - 699,452
Capital Projects Funds
Capital Improvement Projects - 323,528 11,205,000 11,528,528
Debt Service Funds
General Obligation Bonds Debt Service - 427,350 - 427,350
Total Governmental Fund Types 80,800,509 1,843,087 17,347,000 99,990,596

PROPRIETARY FUND TYPES


Enterprise Funds
Water Enterprise 17,632,040 853,511 15,063,000 33,548,551
Wastewater Enterprise 15,192,591 3,783,441 2,518,000 21,494,032
Refuse Enterprise 14,985,007 2,829,610 3,038,000 20,852,617
Parking Enterprise 2,573,506 524,072 1,725,000 4,822,578
Storm Water Enterprise 1,863,302 403,935 514,000 2,781,237
Golf Course Enterprise 2,240,492 449,291 50,000 2,739,783
Total Enterprise Funds 54,486,938 8,843,860 22,908,000 86,238,798
Internal Service Funds
Equipment Operations 2,795,993 - - 2,795,993
Telecommunications Services 263,411 - 310,210 573,621
Self-Insurance
Workers' Compensation 2,998,025 - - 2,998,025
Liability Insurance 2,065,620 - - 2,065,620
Total Internal Service Funds 8,123,049 - 310,210 8,433,259
Total Proprietary Fund Types 62,609,987 8,843,860 23,218,210 94,672,057

Total All City Funds $ 143,410,496 $ 10,686,947 $ 40,565,210 $ 194,662,653

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SUMMARY OF INTERFUND TRANSFERS
2007 2007 2007 2008
Adopted Amended Estimated Budget
Budget Budget Actual Projection

TO GENERAL FUND FROM:


Asset Seizure/Youth Crime Prevention Fund $ 500 $ 500 $ 1,224 $ 1,200
Parks and Recreation - Facilities Fee Fund - - 28,299 28,307
Capital Improvement Projects Fund 50,000 50,000 98,719 99,200
Equipment Operations Fund - - 44,847 46,000
Central Stores - - 93,745 - -
Group Health - - 556,049 - -
Telecommunications Services Fund - - 1,910 1,955
Transfer interest earned in various funds
Subtotal 50,500 50,500 824,793 176,662

Public City Trust - 200,000 200,000 200,000


Subsidy for General Fund operating expenditures

Capital Improvement Projects Fund 1,000,000 - - -


Subsidy for General Fund operating expenditures -

CIP 2% for Public Arts Fund 9,000 9,000 6,750 6,750


Funding for public arts staffing

Water Fund 500 500 500 500


Wastewater Fund 16,500 16,500 16,500 16,500
Refuse Fund 500 500 500 500
Parking Fund 500 500 500 500
Golf Course Fund 500 500 500 500
Funding for After Hours Call Duty program
Subtotal 18,500 18,500 18,500 18,500
Total General Fund 1,078,000 278,000 1,050,043 401,912

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SUMMARY OF INTERFUND TRANSFERS
(continued)
2007 2007 2007 2008
Adopted Amended Estimated Budget
Budget Budget Actual Projection

TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND FROM:


General Fund $ 1,875 $ 1,875 $ 1,875 $ 1,875
Parks and Recreation - Quimby Fund 347,000 448,159 125,000 -
Parks and Recreation Facilities Tax Fund 320,000 1,231,236 375,000 -
CDBG Fund 149,000 259,000 - -
Water Fund 73,960 80,812 73,960 28,300
Wastewater Fund 8,765 8,765 8,765 1,175
Refuse Fund 35,215 42,067 35,215 28,775
Parking Fund 8,765 8,765 8,765 1,175
Storm Water Fund 6,390 6,390 6,390 -
Golf Course Fund 1,500 11,778 1,500 1,500
Liability Insurance Fund - - - 50,000
City Public Trust Fund - 521,777 521,777 -
To fund various projects and debt service
Total Capital Improvement Projects Fund 952,470 2,620,624 1,158,247 112,800

TO WATER FUND FROM:


Wastewater Fund - 60,848 60,000 60,000
Refuse Fund - 60,848 60,000 60,000
To fund utility billing software - 121,696 120,000 120,000
Total Water Fund - 121,696 120,000 120,000

TO REFUSE FUND FROM:


General Fund - 40,000 40,000 40,000
Water Fund - 40,000 40,000 40,000
Wastewater Fund - 20,000 20,000 20,000
To fund Equipment Wash Rack project
Total Refuse Fund - 100,000 100,000 100,000

Total All City Funds $ 2,030,470 $ 3,120,320 $ 2,428,290 $ 734,712

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REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES - GENERAL FUND*
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
REVENUES
TAXES
Property Taxes $ 11,586,222 $ 13,062,800 $ 13,218,985 $ 13,906,000
Sales and Use Taxes 11,738,917 12,166,813 12,792,778 14,962,000
Business License Taxes 777,068 773,000 765,000 773,000
Franchise Taxes 2,136,686 2,628,000 2,631,336 2,720,000
Transient Occupancy Tax 2,128,373 2,119,800 2,106,000 2,148,000
Utility Users' Tax 8,304,371 8,631,700 8,450,000 9,211,000
Admission Tax 1,715,133 1,700,000 1,908,000 1,670,000
Other Taxes 993,060 640,000 935,000 735,000
Total Taxes 39,379,830 41,722,113 42,807,099 46,125,000
LICENSES AND PERMITS
Licenses 777 250 1,000 1,000
Construction Permits 570,829 644,500 707,680 676,000
Other Permits 43,842 41,000 93,100 49,000
Total Licenses and Permits 615,448 685,750 801,780 726,000
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
Federal 212,832 158,849 212,098 75,000
State - Motor Vehicle In-Lieu 335,570 275,000 393,000 275,000
State - Other 512,595 911,946 869,110 630,000
Local 13,000 - 13,000 -
Total Intergovernmental 1,073,997 1,345,795 1,487,208 980,000
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
General Government 1,494,204 1,121,660 1,197,415 1,720,472
Public Safety 2,160,112 2,155,645 2,226,985 2,415,727
Culture and Recreation 2,352,704 2,444,250 2,383,010 2,521,800
Public Works 854,445 957,610 982,660 1,134,500
Library 588,624 630,615 566,000 623,000
Interfund Charges 2,725,192 4,072,003 3,946,892 3,774,412
Interagency Charges 8,732,523 9,713,337 8,637,197 10,076,048
Miscellaneous Charges for Services 20,958 12,800 13,100 11,900
Total Charges for Services 18,928,762 21,107,920 19,953,259 22,277,859
FINES AND FORFEITS 1,962,775 2,019,200 1,910,897 1,952,200
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Investment Earnings 261,425 334,043 399,283 407,600
Rents and Royalties 1,927,975 1,962,354 1,958,386 1,966,500
Contributions and Donations-Private Sources 12,193 23,661 14,548 15,072
Other Miscellaneous Revenues 176,816 210,083 71,387 31,010
Total Miscellaneous Revenues 2,378,409 2,530,141 2,443,604 2,420,182
TOTAL REVENUES 64,339,221 69,410,919 69,403,847 74,481,241

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


Interfund Transfers In 99,894 278,000 1,050,043 401,912
Proceeds of Asset Dispositions 25,256 11,458 13,900 -
Long-Term Debt Issued - - - 850,000
Loan Principal Receipts 70,000 11,700 12,000 12,000
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 195,150 301,158 1,075,943 1,263,912

TOTAL GENERAL FUND $ 64,534,371 $ 69,712,077 $ 70,479,790 $ 75,745,153

Municipal Wharf Revenues included in total $ 1,941,085 $ 1,847,650 $ 1,900,709 $ 1,872,974

*Does not include amounts designated for special programs

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OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT - GENERAL FUND*

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
CITY COUNCIL
Personnel Services $ 166,616 $ 168,974 $ 177,507 $ 171,103
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 140,056 264,674 203,380 310,276
Subtotal 306,672 433,648 380,887 481,379
CITY CLERK
Personnel Services 449,925 500,571 503,413 494,903
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 118,019 198,045 178,518 110,345
Capital Outlay 77,496 80,476 80,500 21,155
Subtotal 645,440 779,092 762,431 626,403
CITY MANAGER
Personnel Services 550,146 613,160 617,078 631,941
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 121,432 501,870 495,476 496,209
Capital Outlay - - - -
Subtotal 671,578 1,115,030 1,112,554 1,128,150
CITY ATTORNEY
Personnel Services 14,059 14,762 15,176 15,500
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 578,738 632,501 632,451 637,861
Subtotal 592,797 647,263 647,627 653,361
HUMAN RESOURCES
Personnel Services 452,463 840,307 753,535 842,413
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 276,740 1,380,239 1,195,530 1,570,094
Capital Outlay 604 25,000 293 25,000
Subtotal 729,807 2,245,546 1,949,358 2,437,507
FINANCE
Personnel Services 2,671,943 1,957,747 1,890,496 1,724,121
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 887,742 479,105 457,360 505,192
Capital Outlay 104,605 - - -
Subtotal 3,664,290 2,436,852 2,347,856 2,229,313
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Personnel Services - 1,066,826 1,031,354 1,425,746
Services, Supplies and Other Charges - 555,800 540,200 760,180
Capital Outlay - 236,293 268,152 77,800
Subtotal - 1,858,919 1,839,706 2,263,726
POLICE
Personnel Services 13,529,085 16,190,546 14,042,287 16,922,440
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 3,354,070 3,763,000 3,674,919 4,149,985
Capital Outlay 284,101 590,227 631,000 635,000
Subtotal 17,167,256 20,543,773 18,348,206 21,707,425
FIRE
Personnel Services 8,031,769 8,623,828 8,796,640 9,692,924
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 744,639 953,000 835,840 1,084,478
Capital Outlay 131,189 149,508 139,932 1,088,420
Debt Service 203,524 164,712 164,712 125,781
Subtotal 9,111,121 9,891,048 9,937,124 11,991,603
PARKS AND RECREATION
Personnel Services 6,831,449 7,752,757 7,143,734 7,258,369
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 3,082,790 3,594,145 3,411,799 3,377,343
Capital Outlay 49,108 280,486 232,653 109,900
Subtotal 9,963,347 11,627,388 10,788,186 10,745,612

*Does not include amounts designated for special programs 12


(continued)
OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT - GENERAL FUND*
(continued)
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Budget
Actual Budget Actual Projection
LIBRARY
Personnel Services $ 7,855,748 $ 8,705,213 $ 7,751,211 $ 8,600,483
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751
Subtotal 9,250,499 10,099,964 9,145,962 9,995,234
PUBLIC WORKS
Personnel Services 2,662,440 3,546,355 3,182,385 4,319,982
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 895,771 1,291,789 1,321,322 1,766,919
Capital Outlay 95,046 424,439 386,445 161,380
Debt Service - 39,990 39,990 39,991
Subtotal 3,653,257 5,302,573 4,930,142 6,288,272
PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Personnel Services 1,767,986 2,297,581 2,013,686 2,532,346
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 732,076 1,588,437 1,228,123 1,466,846
Capital Outlay 2,068 10,698 6,885 -
Subtotal 2,502,130 3,896,716 3,248,694 3,999,192
NON-DEPARTMENTAL
Personnel Services 7,185 29,000 165 -
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 2,759,224 2,969,221 2,844,213 2,879,287
Debt Service - - - -
Subtotal 2,766,409 2,998,221 2,844,378 2,879,287
REDEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION
Personnel Services 841,114 1,008,124 825,877 1,250,565
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 22,032 107,968 16,080 -
Subtotal 863,146 1,116,092 841,957 1,250,565
CITY-WIDE NO ACTIVITY
Salary Savings - - - (3,156,000)
Services, Supplies and Other Charges - - - 385,000
Debt Service 133,991 61,363 61,363 710,437
Subtotal 133,991 61,363 61,363 (2,060,563)

Total General Fund Operating Expenditures:


Personnel Services $ 45,831,928 $ 53,315,751 $ 48,744,544 $ 52,726,836
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 15,108,080 19,674,545 18,429,962 20,894,766
Capital Outlay 744,217 1,797,127 1,745,860 2,118,655
Debt Service 337,515 266,065 266,065 876,209
TOTAL $ 62,021,740 $ 75,053,488 $ 69,186,431 $ 76,616,466

62,021,740 75,053,488 69,186,431 76,616,466

*Does not include amounts designated for special programs

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GENERAL FUND BUDGET NET OF PROGRAM REVENUES*
Fiscal Year 2008

Program Net (Expenditure)


Revenues and Revenue and
Expenditures Other Allocated Changes in % of Exp.
General Fund Departments/Programs and Other Uses Sources Fund Balance Covered
City Council $ 481,379 $ 163,722 $ (317,657) 34.0%
City Clerk 626,403 223,440 (402,963) 35.7%
City Manager 1,128,150 216,612 (911,538) 19.2%
City Attorney 653,361 139,363 (513,998) 21.3%
Human Resources 2,437,507 1,571,394 (866,113) 64.5%
Finance 2,229,313 839,124 (1,390,189) 37.6%
Information Technology 2,263,726 447,164 (1,816,562) 19.8%
Police 21,707,425 2,131,645 (19,575,780) 9.8%
Fire 11,991,603 620,549 (11,371,054) 5.2%
Parks 5,716,666 311,618 (5,405,048) 5.5%
Recreation 5,028,946 2,707,124 (2,321,822) 53.8%
Library - City Contribution 9,995,234 9,223,483 (771,751) 92.3%
Public Works 6,288,272 4,042,966 (2,245,306) 64.3%
Planning & Building Inspection 3,999,192 2,891,972 (1,107,220) 72.3%
Redevelopment Administration 1,250,565 1,250,565 - 100.0%
Other Miscellaneous 868,724 - (868,724) 0.0%
Interfund Transfers Out 41,875 - (41,875) 0.0%
Total General Fund $ 76,708,341 $ 26,780,741 $ (49,927,600) 34.9%

General Revenues and Other Unallocated Sources:


Taxes:
Property Taxes 13,906,000
Sales and Use Taxes 14,962,000
Business License Taxes 773,000
Franchise Taxes 2,720,000
Transient Occupancy Taxes 2,148,000
Utility Users Taxes 9,211,000
Admission Taxes 1,670,000
Other Taxes 735,000
Total Taxes 46,125,000

Library Service Charges (General Government for CAFR) 370,000


Other Unallocated Charges (General Government for CAFR) 33,000
Unallocated Fines and Other Charges 280,000
Unrestricted Investment Earnings 407,600
Unrestricted Rents and Commissions 474,900
Miscellaneous 10,000
Loan and Advance Principal Receipts 862,000
Interfund Transfers In 401,912
Total General Revenues and Other Unallocated Sources 48,964,412
Change in Fund Balance (963,188)
Estimated Fund Balance - Beginning of Year 12,548,823
Estimated Fund Balance - End of Year $ 11,585,635

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PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
CITY CLERK
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Administrative Assistant III - - - -
City Clerk 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
City Documents Clerk 0.63 - 0.63 0.63
Deputy City Clerk 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Records Coordinator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
6.63 - 6.63 6.63 -

CITY MANAGER
Administrative Analyst - - - -
Administrative Assistant to the City Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Assistant City Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
City Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Commission/Committee/Events Coordinator* 0.50 0.50 1.00 1.00
Council Affairs Manager/ Principal Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
4.50 0.50 5.00 5.00 -

HUMAN RESOURCES
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Assistant Director of Human Resources 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Director of Human Resources 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Analyst I/II 2.10 1.50 3.60 3.60
Human Resources Assistant I/II 1.50 0.50 2.00 2.00
Human Resources Technician 3.00 (1.00) 2.00 2.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Risk and Safety Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Risk Manager - - - -
12.60 1.00 13.60 13.60 -

FINANCE
Account Clerk I 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Account Clerk II 5.00 1.00 6.00 6.00
Accountant I/II 5.25 - 5.25 5.25
Accounting Services Supervisor 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.50 - 0.50 0.50
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Assistant Director of Finance 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
City Payroll Clerk 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Director of Finance 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Financial Services Officer 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Purchasing Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Senior Accountant 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
25.75 1.00 26.75 26.75 -

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
GIS Coordinator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Business Systems Administrator 1.00 - 1.00 -
Information Technology Director - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Manager 1.00 - 1.00 -
Information Technology Network Manager - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Operations/Customer Svc Manager - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Operations Administrator 1.00 - 1.00 -
Information Technology Specialist I/II 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Information Technology Specialist III - - - 1.50 1.50
Information Technology Systems Manager/Database Administr. - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Project Manager/Training Coordinator - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Network Administrator 2.50 0.50 3.00 2.00
Programmer Analyst I/II 1.75 - 1.75 1.75
Telecommunications Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
13.25 5.50 18.75 16.25 1.50

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Revised 6-5-07
PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
POLICE
Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Chief of Police 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Community Service Officer I 9.00 1 4.00 13.00 1
13.00
Custodian 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Police Deputy Chief 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Police Lieutenant 6.00 - 6.00 6.00
Police Patrol Officer 72.00 2, - 72.00 2,
72.00 2,3

Police Payroll and Purchasing Clerk 1.00 - 1.00 1.00


Police Property Attendant 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Police Records & Service Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Police Records Shift Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Police Records Technician 10.00 - 10.00 10.00
Police Sergeant 14.00 1.00 15.00 15.00
Principal Administrative Analyst - - - 1.00 1.00
Victim Advocate 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
126.00 5.00 131.00 132.00 1.00
1
Does not include 3 additional Community Service Officer I positions defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Police Patrol Officer I position defunded since FY 2005
3
2 Police Patrol Officer positions grant funded FY 2006, 2007, 2008

FIRE
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Chief of Fire Department 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Deputy Fire Marshal 2.00 - 2.00 1.00 (1.00)
EMS Quality Assurance Program Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Fire Battalion Chief 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Fire Battalion Chief-40 Hour Position - - - -
Fire Captain 12.00 1.00 13.00 13.00
Fire Deputy Chief 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Fire Division Chief 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Fire Engineer 12.00 - 12.00 12.00
Fire Marshal - - - 1.00 1.00
Fire Prevention Inspector II - - - 1.00 1.00
Firefighter 18.00 - 18.00 18.00
53.00 1.00 54.00 55.00 1.00

PARKS AND RECREATION


Account Clerk I 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Account Clerk II - - - -
Administrative Assistant I/II 4.50 - 4.50 4.50
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 - (1.00)
Assistant Golf Superintendent 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Associate Planner 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Auditorium Assistant 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Auditorium Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Box Office Representative - 1.25 1.25 1.25
Building Maintenance Worker I 6.25 (2.00) 4.25 4.25
Building Maintenance Worker II 1.25 - 1.25 1.25
Cashier 2.00 (1.25) 0.75 0.75
Chief Ranger - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Community Center Assistant 0.75 - 0.75 0.75
Community Center Coordinator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Community Liaison & Resource Coordinator 0.75 - 0.75 0.75
Construction Specialist 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Custodian 7.30 - 7.30 3.30 (4.00)
Director of Parks and Recreation 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Facility Attendant 1.50 - 1.50 1.50
Field Supervisor 3.00 - 3.00 3.00

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PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
PARKS AND RECREATION, continued
Golf Course Superintendent 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Lead Ranger 1.00 - 1.00 - (1.00)
Light Equipment Mechanic 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Museum Assistant - 0.50 0.50 0.50
Museum Curator 1.00 (1.00) - -
Museum Supervisor - 0.63 0.63 0.63
Museum Director - * - - -
Office Supervisor - - - 1.00 1.00
Parks Field Crew Leader 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Parks Maintenance Worker 35.00 - 35.00 35.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Ranger 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Recreation Assistant 1.50 - 1.50 1.50
Recreation Superintendent 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Recreation Supervisor 5.25 (0.75) 4.50 4.50
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 9.00 - 9.00 9.00
Seniors Program Coordinator 0.75 - 0.75 0.75
Superintendent of Parks 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Swimming Pool Maintenance Worker 1.25 - 1.25 1.25
Urban Forester 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Crew Leader 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Worker 5.00 - 5.00 5.00
Wharf Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
112.05 (1.63) 110.43 105.43 (5.00)
* Museum Director position defunded FY 2006, 2007

LIBRARY
Account Clerk I 0.50 - 0.50 0.50
Account Clerk II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 4.35 - 4.35 4.35
Administrative Assistant III - - - -
Assistant Library Director 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Building Maintenance Worker I - - - -
Building Maintenance Worker II 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Circulation Aide 0.50 - 0.50 0.50
Circulation Division Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Courier/Driver 4.50 - 4.50 4.50
Custodian 4.50 - 4.50 1.00 (3.50)
Director of Libraries 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Librarian II 15.75 - 15.75 15.75
Librarian III 9.00 - 9.00 9.00
Librarian IV 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Library Assistant 18.50 2.25 20.75 20.75
Library Clerk 29.50 (1.00) 28.50 28.50
Library Facility Supervisor - - - -
Library Information Systems Specialist 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Library Webmaster 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Microcomputer Technician 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Network Administrator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Senior Library Assistant 16.75 0.50 17.25 17.25
119.85 1.75 121.60 118.10 (3.50)
* Includes positions funded by grant funding FY 2006:
1.5 Librarian II
0.5 Library Assistant

PUBLIC WORKS
Account Clerk II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Analyst 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.26 - 3.26 3.26
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Assistant Engineer I/II 2.00 1.00 3.00 4.00 1.00
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PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
PUBLIC WORKS, continued
Assistant Engineer II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Associate Civil Engineer 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Associate Planner 0.80 - 0.80 - (0.80)
1
Associate Transportation Engineer - - - -
Bicycle / Pedestrian Coordinator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Building Maintenance Worker II - 2.00 2.00 2.00
Chemist I/II 2.80 - 2.80 2.80
Community Service Officer I - - - -
Construction Specialist 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Custodian 0.75 - 0.75 6.25 5.50
Director of Public Works 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Electrical Technician 2.00 - 2.00 3.00 1.00
Engineering Associate 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
2
Engineering Technician 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Environmental Projects Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
3
Equipment Mechanic I/II 7.00 - 7.00 7.00
Equipment Service Worker 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Field Crew Leader - - - 2.00 2.00
Field Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Garage Service Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Industrial Waste Inspector 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Landfill Gate Attendant 2.00 - 2.00 1.00 (1.00)
Landfill Supervisor 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Lead Equipment Mechanic 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Parking Attendant 9.40 - 9.40 9.40
Parking Attendant Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Parking Control Deputy 7.07 - 7.07 7.07
Parking Control Maintenance Worker 7.00 - 7.00 7.50 0.50
Parking Control Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Parking Enforcement Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Parking Facility Maintenance Assistant 2.00 - 2.00 3.00 1.00
Parking Office Representative 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Parking Office Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Parking Program Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic I 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 6.00 - 6.00 7.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Public Works Operations Manager 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Public Works Operations Superintendent 1.00 - 1.00 - (1.00)
Recycling Center Equipment Mechanic 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Recycling Center Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Resource Recovery Worker I/II 15.00 - 15.00 16.00 1.00
Sanitary Landfill Equipment Operator 5.00 - 5.00 4.00 (1.00)
Sanitation Supervisor 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Sanitation/Recycling Aide - - - -
Senior Electrician 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker - - - -
Senior Plant Maintenance Mechanic 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Senior Resource Recovery Worker 3.00 - 3.00 4.00 1.00
5
Senior Service Maintenance Worker 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Senior Wastewater Plant Operator 5.00 - 5.00 5.00
Service Field Crew Leader 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
6
Service Maintenance Worker 6.00 - 6.00 8.00 2.00
Solid Waste Worker 38.00 - 38.00 38.00
Street Maintenance Supervisor - - - 1.00 1.00
Street Signing Specialist 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Solid Waste 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Waste Disposal 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
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PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
PUBLIC WORKS, continued
Superintendent of Wastewater Collection / Treatment Facility 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Wastewater Plant - - - -
Traffic Engineer 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Traffic Engineering Technician 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Traffic Signal Technician 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Traffic Signal Worker 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Transportation Coordinator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Utility Service Representative 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Waste Reduction Assistant 0.50 0.50 1.00 1.00
Waste Reduction Coordinator 1.00 (1.00) - -
Wastewater Laboratory/Pretreatment Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Wastewater Mains Field Crew Leader 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Wastewater Mains Maintenance Worker 6.00 - 6.00 6.00
Wastewater Mains Senior Maintenance Worker 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Wastewater Mains Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Wastewater Plant Operator II 9.00 - 9.00 9.00
Wastewater Treatment Facility Operations Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
216.58 2.50 219.08 232.28 13.20
1
Associate Transportation Engineer position defunded FY 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Engineering Technician position defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
3
Does not include 1 Equipment Mechanic I/II defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
4
Principal Administrative Analyst defunded FY 2005
5
Does not include additional 1 Senior Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
6
Does not include 1 additional Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007; funded FY 2008
7
Traffic Engineer defunded FY 2005, 2006

PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


Administrative Analyst - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 - 3.00 4.00 1.00
Associate Planner 5.75 (1.00) 4.75 6.00 1.25
Building Inspector 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Chief Building Official 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Code Compliance Specialist 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Deputy Building Official 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Deputy Planning Director - - - 1.00 1.00
Director of Planning and Community Development 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Housing Rehab Program Specialist - - - -
Office Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Principal Planner 4.00 - 4.00 3.00 (1.00)
1
Resource Ecologist - - - -
Senior Building Inspector 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Senior Planner 3.00 - 3.00 2.00 (1.00)
26.75 - 26.75 28.00 1.25

1
Resource Ecologist position defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007

REDEVELOPMENT (CITY)
Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Economic Development Manager - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Property Manager - - - 1.00 1.00
Redevelopment Director 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Redevelopment Manager 3.00 (1.00) 2.00 2.00
Redevelopment Project Coordinator 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
9.00 - 9.00 10.00 1.00

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PERSONNEL PROFILE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION
Changes Changes
After Per
Adopted FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008
DEPARTMENT Budget Budget FY 2007 Proposed Budget
Positions 2007 Adoption Authorization Budget Adoption
WATER
Administrative Assistant I/II 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Assistant Engineer I/II 4.00 - 4.00 4.00
Associate Civil Engineer 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Chemist I/II 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Chief Plant Operator 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Chief Ranger 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Customer Service Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Deputy Water Director/Engineering Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Deputy Water Director/Operations Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Director of Water Department 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Electrical Technician 1.00 (1.00) - -
Engineering Technician 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Environmental Projects Analyst 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Facility Attendant 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Landscape Gardener 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Microbiologist II 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Operations Technician 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 2.00 (1.00) 1.00 1.00
Plant Operator I/II 9.00 - 9.00 9.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Ranger 3.75 - 3.75 3.75
Senior Electrician - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Plant Maintenance Mechanic - 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Water Conservation Representative 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Senior Water Distribution Worker 7.00 - 7.00 7.00
Service Maintenance Worker 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Water Plant and Production 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Utility Service Representative 7.00 - 7.00 7.00
Utility Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Assistant - - - -
Water Conservation Coordinator - - - -
Water Conservation Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Representative 2.00 - 2.00 2.00
Water Distribution Field Crew Leader 6.00 - 6.00 6.00
Water Distribution Field Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Superintendent 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Worker I/II 8.00 - 8.00 8.00
Water Meter Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Meter Technician 3.00 - 3.00 3.00
Water Production Field Supervisor 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Laboratory Assistant - - - -
Water Quality Laboratory Technician 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
Water Resources Manager 1.00 - 1.00 1.00
90.75 - 90.75 90.75 -

Total Personnel Authorized 816.71 16.63 833.34 843.79 10.45

16.63 10.45
816.71 16.63 833.34 843.79 10.45
✓ 816.71

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The City Council is the legislative and policy-making body of the City of Santa Cruz. The City Council’s seven
members are elected on a non-partisan basis for four-year terms. Each year the Council elects one of its members to
serve as Mayor. The City Council meets regularly to conduct the public’s business.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 166,616 $ 168,974 $ 177,507 $ 171,103
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 153,151 278,174 216,887 310,276
Capital Outlay 200 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 319,967 $ 447,148 $ 394,394 $ 481,379

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 347,962

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
City Council 1110 $ 194,690 $ 285,091 $ 222,093 $ 233,064
Council Special Projects & Services 1113 111,982 148,557 158,794 248,315
Subtotal General Fund 306,672 433,648 380,887 481,379
City Public Trust 1111 13,295 13,500 13,507 -
Subtotal Other Funds 13,295 13,500 13,507 -
Total Expenditures $ 319,967 $ 447,148 $ 394,394 $ 481,379

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 306,672 $ 433,648 $ 380,887 $ 481,379
City Public Trust 13,295 13,500 13,507 -
Total Resources $ 319,967 $ 447,148 $ 394,394 $ 481,379

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1110 DEPARTMENT: City Council
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City Council enacts the City’s laws; establishes its policies; appoints its City Attorney, City Clerk, and City
Manager; and makes appointments to advisory bodies. The City Council also adopts the City’s annual budget and
all amendments to that budget, thereby setting fiscal priorities.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 166,616 $ 168,974 $ 177,507 $ 171,103
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 27,874 116,117 44,586 61,961
Capital Outlay 200 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 194,690 $ 285,091 $ 222,093 $ 233,064

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 220,905

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY COUNCIL SPECIAL PROJECTS & SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1113 DEPARTMENT: City Council
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity budgets for special projects and services such as the winter shelter and other homeless services and
the City’s contribution to the Community Assessment project.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 111,982 $ 148,557 $ 158,794 $ 248,315
Total Expenditures $ 111,982 $ 148,557 $ 158,794 $ 248,315

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 113,557

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY PUBLIC TRUST
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1111/1112 DEPARTMENT: City Council
FUND: City Public Trust Fund FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Accounts for the proceeds from the sale of city owned land. This fund was established by City Council policy
where the principal is to be preserved and maintained as part of a program to meet the extensive capital
improvement needs of the City. Principal can be used to leverage a substantial contribution of funds from a source
other than the General Fund to complete an unfunded capital project of high priority. Interest earnings from the
Trust Fund may be used on an annual basis, may be accumulated from year to year to fund objectives that require
such accumulations, may be utilized to retire indebtedness to accomplish larger objectives, or may be used in
combinations of those alternatives.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 13,295 $ 13,500 $ 13,507 $ -
Total Expenditures $ 13,295 $ 13,500 $ 13,507 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 13,500

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY CLERK

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The City Clerk is appointed directly by the City Council and is responsible to the City Council. The City Clerk
performs duties as required by the City of Santa Cruz charter, the law, ordinance, or direction of the City Council or
City Manager.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 449,925 $ 500,571 $ 503,413 $ 494,903
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 118,019 198,045 178,518 110,345
Capital Outlay 77,496 80,476 80,500 21,155
Total Expenditures $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 732,818

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
City Clerk 1120 $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403
Total Expenditures $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403
Total Resources $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 6.63 6.63 6.63

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY CLERK
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 3.00 3.00
Administrative Assistant III - - -
City Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
City Documents Clerk 0.63 0.63 0.63
Deputy City Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
Records Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
6.63 6.63 6.63

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY CLERK
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1120 DEPARTMENT: City Clerk
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City Clerk’s Office comprises the Operations, Records, and Elections Divisions. The Operations Division
prepares agendas and minutes, provides support services for the City Council and Redevelopment Agency and
prepares agendas and agenda reports for the internet. Operations processes resolutions and ordinances, coordinates
television cablecasting of City Council meetings, manages all advisory body information, and coordinates
codification of ordinances into the Santa Cruz Municipal Code. Operations is the custodian of the official City seal,
administers oaths of office to all new board and commission members. The City Clerk’s office receives all claims
against the City and provides notary services.

The Records Division receives, indexes, classifies, and files records applicable to the actions of the City Council
and Redevelopment Agency. This division researches and retrieves records for the public or city staff as requested,
and provides oversight for staff or public to conduct their own research. Records also maintains contract and deed
inventories. The Elections Division coordinates all City Elections with the County of Santa Cruz including
councilmember candidates and ballot measures. This division prepares the Candidates Information Guide for
Council Elections, manages all the nominations for Council office, and financial filings. Elections receives
campaign statements on a continuing basis throughout the year as required by state law, and receives all statements
of economic interests filed by Councilmembers, Boards and Commissions, and designated employees. It also
updates the City’s Conflict of Interest Code and promotes voter registration and participation.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 449,925 $ 500,571 $ 503,413 $ 494,903
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 118,019 198,045 178,518 110,345
Capital Outlay 77,496 80,476 80,500 21,155
Total Expenditures $ 645,440 $ 779,092 $ 762,431 $ 626,403

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 732,818

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 3.00 3.00
Administrative Assistant III 0.00 0.00 0.00
City Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
City Documents Clerk 0.63 0.63 0.63
Deputy City Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
Records Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 6.63 6.63 6.63

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY MANAGER

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The City Manager is the City Council’s chief administrator. The City Manager develops the City’s budget, appoints
the City’s department heads, and conducts the affairs of the City pursuant to the directions of the City Council.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 550,146 $ 613,160 $ 617,078 $ 631,941
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 121,432 501,870 495,476 496,209
Capital Outlay - - - -
Total Expenditures $ 671,578 $ 1,115,030 $ 1,112,554 $ 1,128,150

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 738,070

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
City Manager 1210 $ 554,347 $ 994,473 $ 992,433 $ 996,690
CPVAW 1211 74,862 78,147 77,861 83,160
Police Auditor 1212 42,369 42,410 42,260 48,300
Total Expenditures $ 671,578 $ 1,115,030 $ 1,112,554 $ 1,128,150

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 671,578 $ 1,115,030 $ 1,112,554 $ 1,128,150
Total Resources $ 671,578 $ 1,115,030 $ 1,112,554 $ 1,128,150

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 4.50 5.00 5.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY MANAGER
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Assistant to the City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Assistant City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Commission/Committee/Events Coordinator 0.50 1.00 1.00
Council Affairs Manager/ Principal Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
4.50 5.00 5.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY MANAGER
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1210 DEPARTMENT: City Manager
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City Manager fulfills the duties and responsibilities contained in Article VIII, Section 806 of the City Charter;
oversees the delivery of services in concert with City departments; evaluates the organizational structure of the
City to promote effective, efficient, and economical public services.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 512,765 $ 576,058 $ 580,112 $ 591,573
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 41,582 418,415 412,321 405,117
Total Expenditures $ 554,347 $ 994,473 $ 992,433 $ 996,690

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 617,513

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant to the City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Assistant City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Commission/Committee/Events Coordinator 0.00 0.50 0.50
Council Affairs Manager/ Principal Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 4.00 4.50 4.50

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY COMMISSION FOR THE PREVENTION
OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (CPVAW)
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1211 DEPARTMENT: City Manager
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity provides for staffing and programs developed by the CPVAW including education and outreach
regarding sexual assault and domestic violence, prevention services, and ongoing self defense classes.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 37,381 $ 37,102 $ 36,966 $ 40,368
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 37,481 41,045 40,895 42,792
Capital Outlay - - -
Total Expenditures $ 74,862 $ 78,147 $ 77,861 $ 83,160

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 78,147

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Commission/Committee/Events Coordinator 0.50 0.50 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 0.50 0.50 0.50

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE AUDITOR
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1212 DEPARTMENT: City Manager
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The independent Police Auditor is approved by and reports to the City Council and the City Manager. The Police
Auditor reviews Police Department Internal Affairs investigations and officer-involved shootings, reviews police
department policies and procedures, and conducts independent investigations of citizen complaints.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 42,369 $ 42,410 $ 42,260 $ 48,300
Total Expenditures $ 42,369 $ 42,410 $ 42,260 $ 48,300

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 42,410

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY CITY ATTORNEY

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The City Attorney provides legal services and guidance to insure that all City functions are performed on a sound
legal basis; and represents the City in court when necessary.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 14,059 $ 14,762 $ 15,176 $ 15,500
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 578,738 632,501 632,451 637,861
Total Expenditures $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 647,263

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
City Attorney 1220 $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361
Total Expenditures $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361
Total Resources $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY ATTORNEY
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1220 DEPARTMENT: City Attorney
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City Attorney serves as legal advisor to the City Council, City Manager, and other City officials; prepares
ordinances, resolutions, agreements, and other legal documents; and represents the City in court or coordinates
with special legal counsel retained by the City when necessary.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 14,059 $ 14,762 $ 15,176 $ 15,500
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 578,738 632,501 632,451 637,861
Total Expenditures $ 592,797 $ 647,263 $ 647,627 $ 653,361

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 647,263

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Human Resources Department coordinates services and programs which assist City departments in
developing and maintaining a qualified, effective and diverse workforce and provides employment-related services
to the City’s employees and to job applicants.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 883,201 $ 1,209,814 $ 1,093,845 $ 1,227,558
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 4,619,937 5,274,787 5,454,692 6,368,594
Capital Outlay 11,567 25,000 1,194 25,000
Depreciation 1,632 - 1,632 2,000
Total Expenditures $ 5,516,337 $ 6,509,601 $ 6,551,363 $ 7,623,152

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 6,502,403

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Human Resources 1230 $ 709,807 $ 1,035,038 $ 912,263 $ 1,079,725
Volunteer Program 1231 20,000 22,000 22,000 24,600
Group Health 1233 - 1,188,508 1,015,095 1,333,182
Subtotal General Fund 729,807 2,245,546 1,949,358 2,437,507
Unemployment Insurance 1232 151,680 120,000 120,000 120,000
Workers Compensation Insurance 7820 2,033,130 2,324,242 2,359,638 2,998,025
Liability Insurance 7821 1,518,847 1,819,813 2,120,735 2,065,620
Depreciation 1,632 - 1,632 2,000
Group Health Insurance 7823 1,081,242 - - -
Subtotal Other Funds 4,786,531 4,264,055 4,602,005 5,185,645
Total Expenditures $ 5,516,337 $ 6,509,601 $ 6,551,363 $ 7,623,152

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 729,807 $ 2,245,546 $ 1,949,358 $ 2,437,507
General Fund - Designated 151,680 120,000 120,000 120,000
Workers' Compensation Insurance Fund 2,033,130 2,324,242 2,359,638 2,998,025
Liability Insurance Fund 1,520,479 1,819,813 2,122,367 2,067,620
Group Health Insurance Fund 1,081,242 - - -
Total Resources $ 5,516,337 $ 6,509,601 $ 6,551,363 $ 7,623,152

PROJECT EXPENDITURES: $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED: 12.91 12.91 12.91

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY HUMAN RESOURCES
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Assistant Director of Human Resources 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Human Resources 1.00 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Analyst I/II 2.10 3.60 3.60
Human Resources Assistant I/II 1.50 2.00 2.00
Human Resources Technician 3.00 2.00 2.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 2.00 2.00 2.00
Risk and Safety Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Risk Manager - - -
12.60 13.60 13.60

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY HUMAN RESOURCES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1230 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The functions performed by the Human Resources Department include: Employee Recruitment and Selection
Testing, including examination development and administration; Equal Employment Opportunity, including
outreach recruitment and investigation of harassment and discrimination complaints; Benefits Coordination,
including administration of the employee insurance and retirement benefit programs; Employee Relations, including
labor negotiations; Classification and Compensation, including development and maintenance of job descriptions
and compensation plans; Employee Development, including coordination of the City-wide employee training
program, and Risk Management, including the administration of liability claims against the City, and the purchase
of excess liability and property insurance policies.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 452,463 $ 646,799 $ 571,425 $ 678,346
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 256,740 363,239 340,545 376,379
Capital Outlay 604 25,000 293 25,000
Total Expenditures $ 709,807 $ 1,035,038 $ 912,263 $ 1,079,725

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,035,038

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant III 0.60 0.60 0.60
Assistant Director of Human Resources 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Human Resources 0.60 0.60 0.60
Human Resources Analyst I/II 1.60 1.60 1.60
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.66 0.66 0.66
Human Resources Technician 2.00 2.00 2.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.65 0.65 1.65
Total Personnel Funded 7.11 7.11 8.11

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1231 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for City-wide volunteer opportunities for citizens to participate in City government.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 20,000 $ 22,000 $ 22,000 $ 24,600
Total Expenditures $ 20,000 $ 22,000 $ 22,000 $ 24,600

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 22,000

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1232 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: General Sub Fund FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity includes the cost for self-funded reimbursements for benefits paid to eligible displaced workers.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 151,680 $ 120,000 $ 120,000 $ 120,000
Total Expenditures $ 151,680 $ 120,000 $ 120,000 $ 120,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 120,000

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY GROUP HEALTH
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1233 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides funds for self-insured dental and vision employee claim payments and related administrative expenses.
Also includes payments for negotiated retiree health insurance payments for eligible retired workers. Funding for
the program requirements comes from apportioned charges to City departments based on the number of insured
employees and their level of coverage. During Fiscal Year 2007, this activity was moved from Activity 7823,
which was an internal service fund.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 193,508 $ 182,110 $ 164,067
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - 995,000 832,985 1,169,115
Total Expenditures $ - $ 1,188,508 $ 1,015,095 $ 1,333,182

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant III 0.10 0.10 0.10
Director of Human Resources 0.10 0.10 0.10
Human Resources Analyst I/II 0.00 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Technician 0.50 0.00 0.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.40 0.40 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.10 1.60 1.20

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7820 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: Workers' Compensation Insurance Fund FUNCTION: Internal Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides funds to cover premiums, claims payable under the self-insurance program, administration, and legal
services. Funding for the program requirements comes from apportioned charges to City departments based on
gross wages within various classifications of employment, and from accumulated workers’ compensation
reserves.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 179,198 $ 194,442 $ 192,307 $ 169,525
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,842,969 2,129,800 2,166,430 2,828,500
Capital Outlay 10,963 - 901 -
Total Expenditures $ 2,033,130 $ 2,324,242 $ 2,359,638 $ 2,998,025

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,323,942

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant III 0.15 0.15 0.15
Director of Human Resources 0.15 0.15 0.15
Human Resources Analyst I/II 0.50 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Technician 0.50 0.00 0.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.60 0.60 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.90 1.90 1.30

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIABILITY INSURANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7821 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: Liability Insurance Fund FUNCTION: Internal Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City has general liability and property insurance coverage. The City retains loss exposure for the first
$1,000,000 of each liability claim. This activity provides funds to cover premiums, claims payable,
administration, and legal services. Funding for program requirements comes from apportioned charges to
departments based on gross wages, special assessments based on claims experience, and from accumulated
liability insurance reserves.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 99,214 $ 175,065 $ 148,003 $ 215,620
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,419,634 1,644,748 1,972,732 1,850,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,518,847 $ 1,819,813 $ 2,120,735 $ 2,065,620

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,812,915

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant III 0.15 0.15 0.15
Director of Human Resources 0.15 0.15 0.15
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.50 1.00 1.00
Risk and Safety Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.80 2.30 2.30

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7823 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
FUND: Group Health Insurance Fund FUNCTION: Internal Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides funds for self-insured dental and vision employee claim payments and related administrative expenses.
Also includes payments for negotiated retiree health insurance payments for eligible retired workers. Funding for
the program requirements comes from apportioned charges to City departments based on the number of insured
employees and their level of coverage. During Fiscal Year 2007, this activity was moved to Activity 1233.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 152,326 $ - $ - $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 928,916 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 1,081,242 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,188,508

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant III 0.00 0.00 0.00
Director of Human Resources 0.10 0.00 0.00
Human Resources Technician 0.50 0.00 0.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.40 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.00 0.00 0.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY FINANCE

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
Administration of the City’s financial matters is the responsibility of the Finance Department. The Director of
Finance is the chief financial officer of the City and advises the City Manager and the City Council on financial
matters. This department maintains the City’s accounting records, collects and invests City revenues, handles
purchasing functions of the City, and reports on the City’s financial status to the City Manager and City Council.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 2,768,575 $ 1,957,747 $ 1,890,496 $ 1,724,121
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,034,901 479,105 457,360 505,192
Capital Outlay 104,605 - - -
Debt Service 290 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 3,908,371 $ 2,436,852 $ 2,347,856 $ 2,229,313

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,398,596

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Finance Administration 1240 $ 662,708 $ - $ - $ -
Finance Department Operations 1241 758,385 2,014,206 1,989,732 1,798,379
Treasury and Revenue 1242 409,117 - - -
Purchasing 1243 374,388 422,646 358,124 430,934
Information Technology 1244 1,394,971 - - -
GIS 1245 64,722 - - -
Subtotal General Fund 3,664,290 2,436,852 2,347,856 2,229,313
Telecommunications 7810 244,081 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 3,908,371 $ 2,436,852 $ 2,347,856 $ 2,229,313

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 3,664,290 $ 2,436,852 $ 2,347,856 $ 2,229,313
Telecommunications Services Fund 244,081 - - -
Total Resources $ 3,908,371 $ 2,436,852 $ 2,347,856 $ 2,229,313

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 33.97 24.70 * 27.91

* 10.75 positions moved to Information Technology Department 2007

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY FINANCE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Account Clerk I 3.00 3.00 3.00
Account Clerk II 5.00 6.00 6.00
Accountant I/II 4.75 5.25 5.25
Accounting Services Supervisor 2.00 2.00 2.00
Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.50 0.50 0.50
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Assistant Director of Finance 1.00 1.00 1.00
City Payroll Clerk 2.00 2.00 2.00
Director of Finance 1.00 1.00 1.00
Financial Services Officer 1.00 1.00 1.00
GIS Coordinator 1.00 - * -
Information Technology Business Systems Administrator 1.00 - * -
Information Technology Manager 1.00 - * -
Information Technology Operations Administrator 1.00 - * -
Information Technology Specialist I/II 4.00 - * -
Network Administrator 2.00 - * -
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Programmer Analyst I/II 1.75 - * -
Purchasing Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Accountant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Telecommunications Manager 1.00 - * -
38.00 26.75 26.75

* 12.75 positions transferred to Information Technology FY 2007

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY FINANCE DEPARTMENT OPERATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1241 DEPARTMENT: Finance
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Performs short-range and long-range financial planning; monitors financial condition of City; develops and
implements financial policies, plans, and reporting systems to help operating departments achieve their objectives
and assure the City's long-term fiscal health. Maintains the accounting records of the City, including all City funds,
the Redevelopment Agency, the Library JPA, capital projects, fixed assets, payroll, accounts payable, and accounts
receivable. Responsible for collecting revenues, including billing, receipting, recording, and banking cash
transactions for all City operations. Administers business license tax, admission tax, transient occupancy tax, and
special assessment programs set forth in the municipal code. Invests funds in accordance with the City’s
investment policy. Prior to Fiscal Year 2007, the administrative and treasury & revenue functions were in separate
activities, which were consolidated into this activity in FY 2007.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 643,258 $ 1,634,383 $ 1,623,320 $ 1,382,553
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 106,530 379,823 366,412 415,826
Capital Outlay 8,597 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 758,385 $ 2,014,206 $ 1,989,732 $ 1,798,379

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 871,138

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Account Clerk I - 3.00 3.00
Account Clerk II 2.00 4.00 4.00
Accountant I/II 2.67 4.15 1.62
Accounting Services Supervisor 1.00 2.00 2.00
Administrative Assistant III - 1.00 1.00
Assistant Director of Finance - 1.00 1.00
City Payroll Clerk 2.00 2.00 2.00
Director of Finance - 1.00 1.00
Financial Services Officer 1.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst - 0.52 0.52
Senior Accountant 0.53 0.53 0.27
Total Personnel Funded 9.20 20.20 17.41

* 3.53 from 1240, 6.0 from 1241, FY 2007

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PURCHASING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1243 DEPARTMENT: Finance
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Establishes and implements policies and procedures to administer the City’s purchasing ordinance and all
municipal codes pertaining to procurement. Assures all City purchasing activities are in compliance by reviewing
and approving all City purchasing requests, consulting on department bids and requests for proposals, and
conducting bids and requests for proposals for Citywide commodities and services. Establishes and implements
policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the City’s living wage ordinance. Responsible for City surplus
disposition, and compliance with vendor insurance requirements.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 321,020 $ 323,364 $ 267,176 $ 341,568
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 53,368 99,282 90,948 89,366
Total Expenditures $ 374,388 $ 422,646 $ 358,124 $ 430,934

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 422,646

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Account Clerk II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.50 0.50 0.50
Purchasing Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 4.50 4.50 4.50

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Information Technology Department provides planning, implementation and support for the city-wide data
communications and telecommunications infrastructure, support for city-wide business applications and GIS
services to all City departments. The Department is divided into 3 major divisions: Network Services, Systems
/Database Administration, and Operations/Customer Service.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ - $ 1,162,474 $ 1,129,438 $ 1,522,144
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 52,279 732,203 645,689 927,193
Capital Outlay - 236,293 268,152 77,800
Depreciation 64,329 - 64,329 134,629
Total Expenditures $ 116,608 $ 2,130,969 $ 2,107,608 $ 2,661,766

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
IT Operations 1251 $ - $ 1,680,610 $ 1,702,116 $ 2,109,864
IT GIS 1252 - 178,309 137,590 153,862
Subtotal General Fund - 1,858,919 1,839,706 2,263,726
IT Telecom 7840 52,279 272,050 203,573 263,411
Depreciation 64,329 - 64,329 134,629
Total Expenditures $ 116,608 $ 2,130,969 $ 2,107,608 $ 2,661,766

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ - $ 1,858,919 $ 1,839,706 $ 2,263,726
Telecommunications Services Fund 116,608 272,050 267,902 398,040
Total Resources $ 116,608 $ 2,130,969 $ 2,107,608 $ 2,661,766

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ 310,210


(See Capital Improvement Program Section)
2006 2007 2008
TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 0.00 16.25 14.75

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


GIS Coordinator - 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Business Systems Administrator - 1.00 -
Information Technology Director - 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Manager - 1.00 -
Information Technology Network Manager - 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Operations/Customer Service Manager - 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Operations Administrator - 1.00 -
Information Technology Specialist I/II - 4.00 4.00
Information Technology Specialist III - - 1.50
Information Technology Systems Manager/Database Administrator - 1.00 1.00
Project Manager/Training Coordinator - 1.00 1.00
Network Administrator - 3.00 2.00
Programmer Analyst I/II - 1.75 1.75
Telecommunications Manager - 1.00 1.00
- 18.75 16.25

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY IT OPERATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1251 DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The IT Operations Division provides data communication services to City departments. The City’s data
communication network is comprised of a centralized HP3000 mid-range computer running the legacy
applications, Windows servers running client/server, and browser-based applications. Approximately 500 personal
computers are connected via a wide area network.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 946,141 $ 930,464 $ 1,326,109
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - 500,677 503,500 705,955
Capital Outlay - 233,793 268,152 77,800
Total Expenditures $ - $ 1,680,610 $ 1,702,116 $ 2,109,864

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,651,414

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Information Technology Business Systems Administrator 0.00 1.00 0.00
Information Technology Director 0.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Manager 0.00 1.00 0.00
Information Technology Systems Manager/Database Administrator 0.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Network Manager 0.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Operations Administrator 0.00 1.00 0.00
Information Technology Operations/Customer Service Manager 0.00 1.00 1.00
Project Manager/Training Coordinator 0.00 1.00 1.00
Information Technology Specialist I/II 0.00 3.00 4.00
Information Technology Specialist III 0.00 0.00 1.50
Network Administrator 0.00 1.50 0.50
Programmer Analyst I/II 0.00 1.75 1.75
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 14.25 12.75

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY IT - GIS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1252 DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinates a database of digitized maps of parcels within the City and
develops and maintains additional layers of spatial information relevant to City services, land use, and property
location.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 120,685 $ 100,890 $ 99,637
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - 55,124 36,700 54,225
Capital Outlay - 2,500 - -
Total Expenditures $ - $ 178,309 $ 137,590 $ 153,862

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 178,309

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
GIS Coordinator 0.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 1.00 1.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY IT TELECOMMUNICATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7840 DEPARTMENT: Information Technology
FUND: Telecommunications Services Fund FUNCTION: Internal Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Telecommunications manages the telephone network including the Library, interactive voice applications, and the
outcall notification system. Services to City departments also include coordination of fax machines, pagers, and
cell phones. Telecommunications costs are charged to user departments.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 95,648 $ 98,084 $ 96,398
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 52,279 176,402 105,489 167,013
Total Expenditures $ 52,279 $ 272,050 $ 203,573 $ 263,411

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 264,450

ACTIVITY RESOURCES Charges to other funds.

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Telecommunications Manager 0.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 1.00 1.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1244 DEPARTMENT: Finance
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides data communications, telecommunications, and geographical information services to all City departments.
The City’s data communication network is comprised of a centralized HP3000 mid-range computer running the
legacy applications, NT servers, and approximately 500 personal computers connected via a wide area network.
In Fiscal Year 2007, Information Technology became a separate department and this activity moved to Activity
1251.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 863,649 $ - $ - $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 455,371 - - -
Capital Outlay 75,951 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 1,394,971 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Information Technology Business Systems Administrator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Information Technology Manager 1.00 0.00 0.00
Information Technology Operations Administrator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Information Technology Specialist I/II 3.00 0.00 0.00
Network Administrator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Programmer Analyst I/II 1.75 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 8.75 0.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY GIS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1245 DEPARTMENT: Finance
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinates a database of digitized maps of parcels within the City and
develops and maintains additional layers of spatial information relevant to City services, land use, and property
location. In Fiscal Year 2007, Information Technology became a separate department and this activity moved to
Activity 1252.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 13,085 $ - $ - $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 39,788 - - -
Capital Outlay 11,849 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 64,722 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
GIS Coordinator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.00 0.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY TELECOMMUNICATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7810 DEPARTMENT: Finance
FUND: Telecommunications Services Fund FUNCTION: Internal Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Telecommunications manages the telephone network including the telephone library and interactive voice
applications. Services to other departments also include coordination of fax, pager, and cell phones.
Telecommunications costs are charged to user departments. In Fiscal Year 2007, Information Technology became
a separate department and this activity moved to Activity 7840

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 96,632 $ - $ - $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 147,159 - - -
Debt Service 290 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 244,081 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Telecommunications Manager 1.00 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.00 0.00 0.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY POLICE

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Santa Cruz Police Department exists to provide protection and services to the community. Major goals of the
Department are to reduce crime, and the perception of crime and fear through a commitment to department-wide
Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving. This includes: The prevention of crime, the detection and
apprehension of offenders, the safe and orderly movement of vehicular traffic through traffic law enforcement
including accident prevention and investigation, ensuring public safety through regulation and control of hazardous
conditions, the recovery and return of lost and stolen property, and the provision of non-enforcement services
through programs reflecting community needs and desires.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 13,529,385 $ 16,190,546 $ 14,042,287 $ 16,922,440
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 3,455,068 3,868,664 3,780,583 4,296,380
Capital Outlay 381,753 592,324 633,861 635,000
Total Expenditures $ 17,366,206 $ 20,651,534 $ 18,456,731 $ 21,853,820

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 20,313,584

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Police Administration 2101 $ 1,289,807 $ 1,427,604 $ 1,464,557 $ 1,548,474
Police Investigations 2102 2,321,778 2,388,794 2,091,909 2,635,366
Police Patrol 2103 9,016,293 11,178,474 10,087,028 11,779,947
Police Community Services 2104 510,535 556,694 480,233 685,363
Police Traffic 2106 1,254,265 2,057,632 1,497,364 1,830,717
Police Records and Service 2107 2,741,312 2,934,575 2,727,115 3,227,558
Police Technology Upgrades 2108 33,266 - - -
Subtotal General Fund 17,167,256 20,543,773 18,348,206 21,707,425
Police Administration 2101 - 521 785 -
Police Patrol 2103 198,652 107,240 107,740 128,395
Police Records and Service 2107 - - - 18,000
Police Vehicle Impound Program 2109 298 - - -
Subtotal Other Funds 198,950 107,761 108,525 146,395
Total Expenditures $ 17,366,206 $ 20,651,534 $ 18,456,731 $ 21,853,820

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 17,167,256 $ 20,543,773 $ 18,348,206 $ 21,707,425
SLESF Fund 101,000 105,664 105,664 146,395
Traffic Offender Fund 298 - - -
Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Fund 3,658 2,097 2,861 -
Police Asset Seizure 93,994 - - -

Total Resources $ 17,366,206 $ 20,651,534 $ 18,456,731 $ 21,853,820

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -
2006 2007 2008
TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 130.00 136.00 133.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY POLICE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 3.00 3.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief of Police 1.00 1.00 1.00
1 1
Community Service Officer I 9.00 13.00 13.00
Custodian 2.00 2.00 2.00
Information Technology Specialist I/II 1.00 1.00 -
Police Deputy Chief 2.00 2.00 2.00
Police Lieutenant 6.00 6.00 6.00
2 2,3 2,3
Police Patrol Officer 71.00 72.00 72.00
Police Payroll and Purchasing Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Property Attendant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records & Service Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records Shift Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records Technician 10.00 10.00 10.00
Police Sergeant 14.00 15.00 15.00
Principal Administrative Analyst - - 1.00
Victim Advocate 1.00 1.00 1.00
126.00 132.00 132.00

1
Does not include 3 additional Community Service Officer I positions defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Police Patrol Officer I position defunded FY 2005, 2006, 2007
3
One Police Patrol Officer position grant funded FY 2006, 2 positions grant funded FY 2007, FY 2008

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include
positions or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2101 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety
Local Law Enforce Block Grant Fund
ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides the leadership and administration for all divisions, sections and units of the department. This is
accomplished through the provision of command direction, formulation of policy, financial coordination,
supervision of special investigations, staff inspection, risk management, research and development, and personnel
administration. The administrative functions of the section include budget responsibility for the entire department,
grant program administration and purchasing of all department supplies and services.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 903,650 $ 970,334 $ 1,001,599 $ 1,020,274
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 386,157 457,270 462,958 528,200
Capital Outlay - 521 785 -
Total Expenditures $ 1,289,807 $ 1,428,125 $ 1,465,342 $ 1,548,474

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,430,409

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief of Police 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Deputy Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Lieutenant 0.00 1.00 1.00
Police Sergeant 2.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.00 0.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 7.00 7.00 8.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE INVESTIGATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2102 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety
Local Law Enforce Block Grant Fund
ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This section is comprised of staff assigned to conduct investigations and case preparation for the prosecution of
criminal acts. Functions performed by the section include: crime scene investigation, evidence preservation
through identification and collection, case follow-up, court preparations, court and prosecutor liaison, parole and
probation liaison, victim-witness assistance, Commission For the Prevention of Violence Against Women liaison,
youth gang programs, juvenile diversion and intensive supervision programs, and narcotic investigation through
participation in the Santa Cruz County Narcotic Enforcement Team (SCCNET).

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 2,134,135 $ 2,176,656 $ 1,874,879 $ 2,316,566
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 187,643 212,138 217,030 252,800
Capital Outlay - - - 66,000
Total Expenditures $ 2,321,778 $ 2,388,794 $ 2,091,909 $ 2,635,366

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,388,794

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Community Service Officer I 2.00 1.00 1.00
Police Lieutenant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Patrol Officer 10.00 10.00 10.00
Police Property Attendant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Sergeant 2.00 2.00 2.00
Victim Advocate 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 18.00 17.00 17.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE PATROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2103 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUNDS: General FUNCTION: Public Safety
Police Asset Seizure
Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund
Local Law Enforcement Block Grant

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Patrol Section furnishes uniformed vehicle and foot patrol services for crime prevention, crime deterrence,
crime investigation, apprehension of criminal offenders, recovery and return of stolen property, traffic enforcement
and accident investigation, and other public service functions. These functions are accomplished by staffing the
city twenty four hours per day, seven days a week. This includes year round downtown foot patrol and summer
foot patrol in the Beach/Boardwalk area.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 7,954,552 $ 9,751,347 $ 8,704,928 $ 10,410,397
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 923,523 1,097,610 1,012,764 1,227,945
Capital Outlay 336,870 436,757 477,076 270,000
Total Expenditures $ 9,214,945 $ 11,285,714 $ 10,194,768 $ 11,908,342

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 11,060,285 10,194,268

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
1 1
Community Service Officer I 7.00 9.00 11.00
Police Deputy Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Lieutenant 4.00 4.00 4.00
2 2 2
Police Patrol Officer 52.00 52.00 51.00
Police Sergeant 8.00 9.00 9.00
Total Personnel Funded 73.00 76.00 77.00

1
includes 3 Community Service Officer positions defunded in FY 2005
2
includes 1 Police Patrol Officer position defunded in FY 2005

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE COMMUNITY SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2104 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Community Services Section is responsible for a variety of functions in the Operations Division including
crime prevention activities, community outreach activities and special events coordination. This section is also
responsible for coordinating the training of police personnel to comply with applicable mandates and the recruiting
function.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 506,135 $ 539,600 $ 464,139 $ 667,363
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 4,400 17,094 16,094 18,000
Total Expenditures $ 510,535 $ 556,694 $ 480,233 $ 685,363

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 442,694

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Police Lieutenant 1.00 0.00 0.00
Community Service Officer I 0.00 4.00 0.00
Police Patrol Officer 2.00 2.00 2.00
Police Sergeant 1.00 2.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 4.00 8.00 4.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE TRAFFIC
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2106 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This section’s primary responsibility is the enforcement of traffic laws and the investigation of accidents with the
goal of maintaining the orderly flow of traffic and reducing the number of traffic accidents. This is accomplished
by both education and enforcement activities.
This section also administers the school crossing guard program; conducts traffic accident follow-up
investigations; maintains traffic accident and enforcement statistics; conducts public and school traffic-safety
education programs; coordinates and administers abatement of abandoned vehicles from public streets and private
property; and develops special programs to promote vehicular and pedestrian safety within the City.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,164,734 $ 1,862,345 $ 1,270,621 $ 1,677,717
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 89,531 76,290 80,743 87,000
Capital Outlay - 118,997 146,000 66,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,254,265 $ 2,057,632 $ 1,497,364 $ 1,830,717

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,053,632

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Community Service Officer I 2.00 2.00 1.00
Police Patrol Officer 8.00 * 9.00 * 10.00 *
Police Sergeant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 11.00 12.00 12.00

* One position grant-funded FY 2006, 2 positions grant-funded FY 2007, FY 2008

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE RECORDS AND SERVICE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2107 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUNDS: General FUNCTION: Public Safety
Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Functions of this section include operation of the automated records system and statistical programs, operation of
computer systems interconnecting law enforcement agencies and data bases nationwide, records processing, and
facility management. The support functions of the section include provision of a police reporting system and
associated procedure manuals and inventory of all department forms and supplies.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 865,881 $ 890,264 $ 726,121 $ 830,123
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,863,814 2,008,262 1,990,994 2,182,435
Capital Outlay 11,617 36,049 10,000 233,000
Total Expenditures $ 2,741,312 $ 2,934,575 $ 2,727,115 $ 3,245,558

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,937,770

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Community Service Officer I 1.00 0.00 0.00
Custodian 2.00 2.00 2.00
Information Technology Specialist II 1.00 1.00 0.00 *
Police Payroll and Purchasing Clerk 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records & Service Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records Shift Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Police Records Technician 9.00 9.00 9.00
Total Personnel Funded 17.00 16.00 15.00

* Position moved to Activity 1251, Information Technology Operations

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2108 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity includes expenditures related to police technology upgrades that include vehicles, equipment, and
other technology related hardware and software aimed at improving the effectiveness and efficiency of law
enforcement.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Capital Outlay $ 33,266 $ - $ - $ -
Total Expenditures $ 33,266 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY POLICE VEHICLE IMPOUND PROGRAM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2109 DEPARTMENT: Police
FUND: Traffic Offender Fund FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This program accounted for receipt of private property vehicle towing fees and traffic offender fees. The fees were
used to fund a police sergeant position who oversaw traffic enforcement and other activities to improve traffic
safety.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 298 $ - $ - $ -
Total Expenditures $ 298 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY FIRE

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Fire Department’s primary function is to provide outstanding and efficient public safety services to the citizens
and visitors of Santa Cruz. This includes the provision of advanced emergency medical services, aggressive
firefighting operations, technical rescue services, public education programs and comprehensive fire prevention
engineering and enforcement services.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 8,031,769 $ 8,623,828 $ 8,796,640 $ 9,692,924
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 744,639 $ 953,000 $ 835,840 $ 1,084,478
Capital Outlay $ 131,189 $ 149,508 $ 139,932 $ 1,088,420
Debt Service $ 203,524 $ 164,712 $ 164,712 $ 125,781
Total Expenditures $ 9,111,121 $ 9,891,048 $ 9,937,124 $ 11,991,603

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 9,731,753

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Fire Administration 2201 $ 380,940 $ 501,116 $ 457,515 $ 675,214
Fire / EMS Operations 2202 8,371,165 8,976,299 8,883,182 10,318,067
Fire Prevention 2203 359,015 374,633 369,707 611,813
Marine Rescue Program 2204 - 39,000 226,720 386,509
Total Expenditures $ 9,111,121 $ 9,891,048 $ 9,937,124 $ 11,991,603

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 9,111,121 $ 9,891,048 $ 9,937,124 $ 11,991,603
Total Resources $ 9,111,121 $ 9,891,048 $ 9,937,124 $ 11,991,603

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL 53.00 54.00 55.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY FIRE
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008

Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00


Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief of Fire Department 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Fire Marshal 2.00 2.00 1.00
EMS Quality Assurance Program Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Battalion Chief 3.00 3.00 3.00
Fire Battalion Chief-40 Hour Position - - -
Fire Captain 12.00 13.00 13.00
Fire Deputy Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Division Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Engineer 12.00 12.00 12.00
Fire Marshal - 1.00
Fire Prevention Inspector II - - 1.00
Firefighter 18.00 18.00 18.00
53.00 54.00 55.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY FIRE ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2201 DEPARTMENT: Fire
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The administration division is responsible for the overall administration, planning, management, and supervision of
departmental operations. Additionally, the division coordinates disaster preparedness activities among City
departments.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 231,156 $ 364,615 $ 333,004 $ 456,641
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 148,530 136,501 124,511 159,391
Capital Outlay 1,254 - - 59,182
Total Expenditures $ 380,940 $ 501,116 $ 457,515 $ 675,214

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 498,554

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief of Fire Department 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 3.00 3.00 3.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY FIRE / EMS OPERATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2202 DEPARTMENT: Fire
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The division is responsible for providing fire suppression, rescue, hazardous materials responses, emergency
medical services at basic and advanced life support levels and fire prevention activities. This is accomplished by
aggressively confining and extinguishing fires to minimize loss of life and property; by providing paramedic level
emergency medical services; by assisting with building inspections and enforcement of life safety codes; and by
minimizing the loss of life and property from earthquakes, floods and other disasters via a wide variety of public
education programs. These objectives are furthered by daily training; maintenance of fire equipment, apparatus and
fire station facilities.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 7,477,190 $ 7,902,527 $ 7,938,840 $ 8,457,144
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 561,679 759,552 639,698 779,904
Capital Outlay 128,772 149,508 139,932 955,238
Debt Service 203,524 164,712 164,712 125,781
Total Expenditures $ 8,371,165 $ 8,976,299 $ 8,883,182 $ 10,318,067

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 8,870,366

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
EMS Quality Assurance Program Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Battalion Chief 3.00 3.00 3.00
Fire Captain 12.00 12.00 12.00
Fire Deputy Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Division Chief 1.00 1.00 1.00
Fire Engineer 12.00 12.00 12.00
Firefighter 18.00 18.00 18.00
Total Personnel Funded 48.00 48.00 48.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY FIRE PREVENTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2203 DEPARTMENT: Fire
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The fire prevention division is responsible for: plan review for new construction within the City, public safety
education, consulting with and securing the cooperation of individuals and property owners regarding fire and life
safety matters; for inspection and testing of new fire protection equipment installations such as automatic fire
sprinkler and fire alarm systems; for enforcement of fire related federal and State laws, local ordinances and
administrative orders for public safety in City schools, public/private institutions and places of public assembly;
and for investigation of fires in order to determine their cause and origin.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 323,422 $ 317,686 $ 332,670 $ 509,791
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 34,430 56,947 37,037 61,022
Capital Outlay 1,163 - - 41,000
Total Expenditures $ 359,015 $ 374,633 $ 369,707 $ 611,813

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 362,833

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Deputy Fire Marshal 2.00 2.00 1.00
Fire Marshal 0.00 0.00 1.00
Fire Prevention Inspector I/II 0.00 0.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 2.00 2.00 3.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY MARINE RESCUE PROGRAM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2204 DEPARTMENT: Fire
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides programs associated with the seasonal beach lifeguard program and year-round marine rescue program.
During Fiscal Year 2007, this function was transferred from the Parks and Recreation Department (Activity 3203)
to the Fire Department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 39,000 $ 192,126 $ 269,348
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - - 34,594 84,161
Capital Outlay - - - 33,000
Total Expenditures $ - $ 39,000 $ 226,720 $ 386,509

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Fire Captain 0.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 1.00 1.00

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PARKS AND RECREATION

The Parks and Recreation Department is charged with the responsibility of providing year-round leisure and
cultural services for the citizens of Santa Cruz. To meet this challenge, the recreation division offers extensive
programs designed to satisfy the differing needs and interests of a diverse community. The parks division is
responsible for planning, developing, and maintaining City parks, recreational facilities and green belt properties.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 7,689,426 $ 8,682,349 $ 7,990,876 $ 8,205,702
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 4,030,023 4,705,958 4,569,763 4,441,502
Capital Outlay 49,108 332,485 282,653 143,900
Debt Service 223,927 445,258 458,337 449,291
Depreciation 172,066 - 207,245 213,000
Total Expenditures $ 12,164,550 $ 14,166,050 $ 13,508,874 $ 13,453,395

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 13,904,775

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Facility Services 1410 $ 251,588 $ 375,786 $ 345,411 $ -
Parks and Recreation Administration 3101 869,827 1,146,156 962,481 1,050,992
Lighthouse Field Maintenance 3104 216,442 234,865 220,865 233,851
Urban Forestry and Support Services 3105 551,969 270,343 240,110 198,478
Parks Maintenance West 3110 803,208 948,512 861,355 934,980
Parks Maintenance Central 3111 1,225,241 1,555,476 1,404,001 1,484,267
Parks Maintenance East 3112 1,153,764 1,434,522 1,387,935 1,475,789
Custodial Services 3113 293,379 265,799 239,294 -
Parks Ranger Program 3120 - 100,000 132,000 338,309
Recreation Classes 3201 114,422 144,591 126,170 142,395
Special Events / Brochure 3202 261,737 304,715 293,463 294,585
Marine Safety Programs 3203 396,580 429,459 418,906 -
Beach Flats Community Center 3204 159,836 114,956 117,907 116,381
Sports 3205 235,208 329,287 273,967 308,483
Youth Programs 3206 215,834 254,427 227,843 400,003
Teen Services 3207 310,798 350,924 336,785 360,860
Aquatics - Pool Programs 3208 479,651 602,365 546,090 628,568
Museum 3210 199,254 194,636 192,953 236,155
Municipal Wharf 3211 1,177,284 1,305,054 1,255,425 1,317,648
Louden Nelson Community Center 3212 501,354 595,824 585,519 570,529
Civic Auditorium 3213 545,971 669,691 619,706 653,339
Subtotal General Fund 9,963,347 11,627,388 10,788,186 10,745,612

Civic Auditorium 3213 - 5,000 1,587 3,000


Street Trees 3151 11,566 56,957 45,000 15,000
Golf Course 7601 2,017,570 2,476,705 2,466,856 2,476,783
Depreciation 172,066 - 207,245 213,000
Subtotal Other Funds 2,201,203 2,538,662 2,720,688 2,707,783
Total Expenditures $ 12,164,550 $ 14,166,050 $ 13,508,874 $ 13,453,395

(continued)

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PARKS AND RECREATION
(continued)

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 9,963,347 $ 11,627,388 $ 10,788,186 $ 10,745,612
General Fund - Designated 11,566 61,957 46,587 18,000
Golf Course Fund 2,189,637 2,476,705 2,674,101 2,689,783
Total Resources $ 12,164,550 $ 14,166,050 $ 13,508,874 $ 13,453,395

PROJECT EXPENDITURES:
Governmental Funds $ 1,092,601 $ 1,609,000
Enterprise Funds 547,440 50,000
Total Project Expenditures $ 1,640,041 $ 1,659,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 109.43 117.44 103.59

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PARKS AND RECREATION
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Account Clerk I 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 4.50 4.50 4.50
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 -
Assistant Golf Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Associate Planner 1.00 1.00 1.00
Auditorium Assistant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Auditorium Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Box Office Representative - 1.25 1.25
Building Maintenance Worker I 6.25 6.25 4.25
Building Maintenance Worker II 1.25 1.25 1.25
Cashier 2.00 0.75 0.75
Chief Ranger - 1.00 1.00
Community Center Assistant 0.75 0.75 0.75
Community Center Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Community Liaison & Resource Coordinator 0.75 0.75 0.75
Construction Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
Custodian 7.30 7.30 3.30
Director of Parks and Recreation 1.00 1.00 1.00
Facility Attendant 1.50 1.50 1.50
Field Supervisor 3.00 3.00 3.00
Golf Course Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Lead Ranger - 1.00 -
Light Equipment Mechanic 2.00 2.00 2.00
Museum Assistant - 0.50 0.50
Museum Curator 1.00 - -
Museum Supervisor - 0.63 0.63
Office Supervisor - - 1.00
Parks Field Crew Leader 3.00 3.00 3.00
Parks Maintenance Worker 37.00 35.00 35.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Ranger 1.00 3.00 3.00
Recreation Assistant 2.00 1.50 1.50
Recreation Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Recreation Supervisor 5.00 4.50 4.50
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 9.00 9.00 9.00
Seniors Program Coordinator 0.75 0.75 0.75
Superintendent of Parks 1.00 1.00 1.00
Swimming Pool Maintenance Worker 1.25 1.25 1.25
Urban Forester 1.00 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Worker 5.00 5.00 5.00
Wharf Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
111.30 112.43 105.43

Additional Museum Director position defunded 2006

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY FACILITY SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1410 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity provides facility maintenance and minor construction for city facilities. During Fiscal Year 2007, this
function was moved to the Public Works Department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 117,721 $ 117,866
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 251,588 258,065 227,545 -
Total Expenditures $ 251,588 $ 375,786 $ 345,411 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 228,263

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Building Maintenance Worker II 0.00 2.00 0.00
Custodian 0.00 5.50 0.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.00 0.40 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 7.90 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKS AND RECREATION ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3101 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Directs overall department operations; provides administrative services including registration, clerical services, and
boards and commissions support to the Parks and Recreation Commission, Arts Commission and Public Art
Committee. Coordinates the City’s Public Art Program and other arts-related activities.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 781,811 $ 909,371 $ 832,129 $ 868,363
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 88,016 187,227 115,770 164,629
Capital Outlay - 49,558 14,582 18,000
Total Expenditures $ 869,827 $ 1,146,156 $ 962,481 $ 1,050,992

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,084,915

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Account Clerk I 0.95 0.95 0.95
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.90 1.90 1.90
Administrative Assistant III 0.95 0.95 0.00
Associate Planner 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Parks and Recreation 0.85 0.85 0.85
Office Supervisor 0.00 0.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Lead Ranger 0.00 1.00 0.00
Ranger 0.50 0.00 0.00
Recreation Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Parks 0.65 0.65 0.65
Total Personnel Funded 8.80 9.30 8.35

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIGHTHOUSE FIELD MAINTENANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3104 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides maintenance, repairs, custodial services, and refuse collection for the Lighthouse Field State Beach. This
area is included in the Parks Maintenance West Zone.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 151,166 $ 160,239 $ 156,550 $ 162,298
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 63,051 74,626 64,315 71,553
Capital Outlay 2,225 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 216,442 $ 234,865 $ 220,865 $ 233,851

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 234,865

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Parks Field Crew Leader 0.62 0.62 0.62
Parks Maintenance Worker 2.00 2.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 2.62 2.62 2.62

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY URBAN FORESTRY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3105 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Manages the City’s urban forest including maintenance, planting, and relocation of trees, and municipal code
enforcement of the Heritage Tree Ordinance.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 383,836 $ 128,125 $ 129,136 $ 93,927
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 168,133 142,218 110,974 104,551
Total Expenditures $ 551,969 $ 270,343 $ 240,110 $ 198,478

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 380,341

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Building Maintenance Worker I 2.00 0.00 0.00
Urban Forester 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 3.00 1.00 1.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKS MAINTENANCE WEST
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3110 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides maintenance, repairs, custodial services, and refuse collection for the following areas: Trescony Park,
Derby Park, Arroyo Seco, West Cliff Drive, Depot Park, Bethany Curve, Roundtree Park, Moore Creek Uplands,
Garfield Park, Westlake Park, University Terrace Park, and medians in the City’s West Zone. Also includes the
Parks Shop administrative support.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 543,949 $ 690,778 $ 603,778 $ 641,611
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 256,660 257,734 257,577 293,369
Capital Outlay 2,599 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 803,208 $ 948,512 $ 861,355 $ 934,980

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 939,179

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Field Supervisor 0.81 0.81 0.81
Parks Maintenance Worker 5.00 4.00 4.00
Ranger 0.00 1.00 0.00
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 9.81 9.81 8.81

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKS MAINTENANCE CENTRAL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3111 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides maintenance, repairs, custodial services, and refuse collection for the following areas: Harvey West Park,
Pacific Avenue, Beach Flats, Civic Auditorium, Pogonip, City Hall, Laurel Park, Mission Plaza Park, Town Clock,
Police Building, medians in the City’s Central Zone. Also includes the Parks Division’s construction specialist.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 790,034 $ 1,008,167 $ 879,710 $ 1,005,036
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 434,503 530,649 507,631 469,231
Capital Outlay 704 16,660 16,660 10,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,225,241 $ 1,555,476 $ 1,404,001 $ 1,484,267

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,560,484

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Construction Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
Custodian 0.00 0.00 1.00
Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parks Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parks Maintenance Worker 10.00 10.00 10.00
Ranger 0.00 0.50 0.00
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 2.00 2.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 15.00 15.50 16.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKS MAINTENANCE EAST
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3112 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides maintenance, repairs, custodial services, and refuse collection for the following areas: Delaveaga Park,
Frederick Street Park, Oceanview Park, Star of the Sea, San Lorenzo Park, John Franks Park, Grant Street Park,
Arana Gulch, San Lorenzo Riverway, Tyrell Park, Jessie Street Marsh, East Cliff Drive, Skate Park, and medians
in the City’s East Zone. Also includes the Parks Division’s light equipment maintenance.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 764,252 $ 990,665 $ 859,289 $ 936,406
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 385,413 420,493 506,433 531,383
Capital Outlay 4,099 23,364 22,213 8,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,153,764 $ 1,434,522 $ 1,387,935 $ 1,475,789

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,403,164

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Light Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parks Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parks Maintenance Worker 9.00 8.00 8.00
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 15.00 14.00 14.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY CUSTODIAL SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3113 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity provides custodial and cleaning services for the main City Hall campus. During Fiscal Year 2007, this
function was moved to the Public Works Department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 265,405 $ 258,811 $ 232,795 $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 27,974 6,988 6,499 -
Total Expenditures $ 293,379 $ 265,799 $ 239,294 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 302,977

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Custodian 5.00 5.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 5.00 5.00 0.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKS RANGER PROGRAM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3120 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Park Ranger Program was created in Fiscal Year 2007 to coordinate cleanups in parks, open space, and
waterways, and provide some routine maintenance in the open space areas of the parks system. It will also provide
interpretive services and work with neighbors throughout the park system.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 4,000 $ 36,000 $ 234,309
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - 15,000 15,000 84,000
Capital Outlay - 81,000 81,000 20,000
Total Expenditures $ - $ 100,000 $ 132,000 $ 338,309

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Chief Ranger 0.00 1.00 1.00
Ranger 0.00 2.00 2.50
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 3.00 3.50

83
ACTIVITY SUMMARY STREET TREES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3151 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General Designated Funds - Street Tree Fund FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Funds the planting of street trees to enhance the urban forest. Financed by donations, contributions, fund raising,
and any penalties assessed under the Heritage Tree Ordinance.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 11,566 $ 56,957 $ 45,000 $ 15,000
Total Expenditures $ 11,566 $ 56,957 $ 45,000 $ 15,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 41,957

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

84
ACTIVITY SUMMARY RECREATION CLASSES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3201 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides youth and adult specialty classes and the Junior Theatre Programs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 23,927 $ 26,902 $ 28,263 $ 27,733
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 90,495 117,689 97,907 114,662
Total Expenditures $ 114,422 $ 144,591 $ 126,170 $ 142,395

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 174,591

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Assistant 0.50 0.50 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 0.50 0.50 0.50

85
ACTIVITY SUMMARY SPECIAL EVENTS / BROCHURE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3202 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides support for City sponsored special events, the Sister Cities Committee and its programs, the Friends of
Parks and Recreation Committee, and the Department's marketing component including activity guides, web pages,
and other promotion.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 86,142 $ 101,267 $ 94,026 $ 96,313
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 175,595 203,448 199,437 $ 198,272
Total Expenditures $ 261,737 $ 304,715 $ 293,463 $ 294,585

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 298,368

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.00 1.00 1.00

86
ACTIVITY SUMMARY MARINE SAFETY PROGRAMS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3203 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides all programs associated with the beach lifeguard services including junior lifeguard program, marine
rescue, and beach rangers. In Fiscal Year 2007, the junior lifeguard program was moved to Activity 3206, and the
marine rescue function was moved to Activity 2204, in the Fire Department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 322,787 $ 327,600 $ 331,921 $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 68,268 94,859 86,985 -
Capital Outlay 5,525 7,000 - -
Total Expenditures $ 396,580 $ 429,459 $ 418,906 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 443,366

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Supervisor 1.00 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.00 0.00 0.00

87
ACTIVITY SUMMARY BEACH FLATS COMMUNITY CENTER
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3204 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of the Beach Flats Community Center, including support services for
Beach Flats and Lower Ocean neighborhoods, with an emphasis on responding to emergent community needs.
Includes a family resource center, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), La Playa Support Group, clean-
up days, computer training, special events and recreational programs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 119,858 $ 83,493 $ 88,824 $ 86,293
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 33,463 31,463 29,083 30,088
Capital Outlay 6,515 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 159,836 $ 114,956 $ 117,907 $ 116,381

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 112,573

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Community Liaison & Resource Coordinator 0.75 0.75 0.75
Total Personnel Funded 0.75 0.75 0.75

88
ACTIVITY SUMMARY SPORTS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3205 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides adult and youth sports programs including adult softball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball leagues, tennis
program, youth sports camps and specialty classes, and youth leagues. Coordinates reservation of City sports
facilities and provides support to youth sports organizations such as Little League, Gals Softball and Youth Soccer.
Coordinates the Community Gardens program.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 107,048 $ 151,188 $ 137,980 $ 142,948
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 128,160 178,099 135,987 165,535
Total Expenditures $ 235,208 $ 329,287 $ 273,967 $ 308,483

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 329,287

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Assistant 0.50 0.50 0.50
Recreation Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.50 1.50 1.50

89
ACTIVITY SUMMARY YOUTH PROGRAMS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3206 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides pre-school programs, summer camps, and Junior Lifeguards and Little Guards programs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 177,464 $ 205,131 $ 180,139 $ 340,082
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 38,369 49,296 47,704 59,921
Total Expenditures $ 215,834 $ 254,427 $ 227,843 $ 400,003

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 262,427

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Supervisor 0.50 0.75 0.75
Total Personnel Funded 0.50 0.75 0.75

90
ACTIVITY SUMMARY TEEN SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3207 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of the Teen Center, including teen classes, field trips and special
events. Works with other departments and agencies to identify and address teen issues such as education, social
pressures, homelessness, drugs, suicide, gangs and others.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 186,901 $ 204,506 $ 192,227 $ 206,324
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 123,897 146,418 144,558 154,536
Capital Outlay - - - -
Total Expenditures $ 310,798 $ 350,924 $ 336,785 $ 360,860

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 350,924

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Recreation Assistant 1.00 0.50 0.50
Recreation Supervisor 0.75 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.75 1.50 1.50

91
ACTIVITY SUMMARY AQUATICS - POOL PROGRAMS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3208 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of Harvey West Pool which offers swim lessons, water aerobics, lap
swim, recreational swim, riptides swim team, Red Cross certified classes, water polo and specialty classes.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 344,459 $ 417,885 $ 374,556 $ 420,508
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 123,810 168,280 162,967 182,660
Capital Outlay 11,382 16,200 8,567 25,400
Total Expenditures $ 479,651 $ 602,365 $ 546,090 $ 628,568

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 602,365

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Cashier 0.75 0.75 0.75
Recreation Supervisor 0.75 0.75 0.75
Swimming Pool Maintenance Worker 1.25 1.25 1.25
Total Personnel Funded 2.75 2.75 2.75

92
ACTIVITY SUMMARY MUSEUM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3210 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of the Museum of Natural History and the Surfing Museum, in
collaboration with the Museum Association. Includes collections management, stationary and rotating exhibits,
educational programs for children and adults, visits and tours for school groups, and special events.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 142,222 $ 126,145 $ 117,293 $ 150,758
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 57,032 56,091 50,617 70,397
Capital Outlay - 12,400 25,043 15,000
Total Expenditures $ 199,254 $ 194,636 $ 192,953 $ 236,155

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 194,061

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Museum Assistant 0.00 0.50 0.50
Museum Curator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Museum Director 1.00 1.00 * 1.00 *
Museum Supervisor 0.00 0.63 0.63
Total Personnel Funded 3.00 3.13 3.13

* Position defunded FY 2006

93
ACTIVITY SUMMARY MUNICIPAL WHARF
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3211 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides construction, maintenance, and operation of the Municipal Wharf; maintains the City’s main beach and
public restrooms.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 858,984 $ 968,340 $ 928,238 $ 973,213
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 308,561 317,411 327,187 344,435
Capital Outlay 9,739 19,303 - -
Total Expenditures $ 1,177,284 $ 1,305,054 $ 1,255,425 $ 1,317,648

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,305,054

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Building Maintenance Worker I 2.00 2.00 2.00
Construction Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
Custodian 1.80 1.80 1.80
Parks Maintenance Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
Wharf Construction Worker 5.00 5.00 5.00
Wharf Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 12.80 12.80 12.80

94
ACTIVITY SUMMARY LOUDEN NELSON COMMUNITY CENTER
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3212 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of the Louden Nelson Community Center with facility space for
meetings, youth and adult theater productions, events, classes and activities. Coordinates the Senior Citizens
programs and gallery space for local artists.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 405,176 $ 456,864 $ 438,888 $ 444,487
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 91,992 138,960 126,374 112,542
Capital Outlay 4,186 - 20,257 13,500
Total Expenditures $ 501,354 $ 595,824 $ 585,519 $ 570,529

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 578,646

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.50 0.50 0.50
Building Maintenance Worker I 0.75 0.75 0.75
Building Maintenance Worker II 0.75 0.75 0.75
Community Center Assistant 0.75 0.75 0.75
Community Center Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Facility Attendant 1.50 1.50 1.50
Seniors Program Coordinator 0.75 0.75 0.75
Total Personnel Funded 6.00 6.00 6.00

95
ACTIVITY SUMMARY CIVIC AUDITORIUM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3213 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUNDS: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation
General Designated - Civic Equipment Maintenance/Replacement Fund

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides supervision, staffing and operation of the Civic Auditorium, with facility space for cultural, recreational,
educational and social events that benefit the community. The facility operates a Santa Cruz Tickets outlet for
events held at the auditorium and other area venues. The Civic is the home of the Cabrillo Festival of
Contemporary Music and Santa Cruz Symphony including the Symphony business offices.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 376,028 $ 415,559 $ 384,126 $ 427,760
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 167,808 204,132 192,836 228,579
Capital Outlay 2,135 55,000 44,331 -
Total Expenditures $ 545,971 $ 674,691 $ 621,293 $ 656,339

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 611,803

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Auditorium Assistant 1.00 1.00 1.00
Auditorium Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Box Office Representative 0.00 1.25 1.25
Building Maintenance Worker I 1.50 1.50 1.50
Building Maintenance Worker II 0.50 0.50 0.50
Cashier 1.25 0.00 0.00
Custodian 0.50 0.50 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 5.75 5.75 5.75

96
ACTIVITY SUMMARY GOLF COURSE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7601 DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
FUND: Golf Course Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the management and maintenance of the 18 hole municipal golf course at DeLaveaga.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 857,977 $ 929,592 $ 847,142 $ 947,333
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 935,666 1,049,855 1,111,377 1,046,159
Capital Outlay - 52,000 50,000 34,000
Debt Service 223,927 445,258 458,337 449,291
Total Expenditures $ 2,017,570 $ 2,476,705 $ 2,466,856 $ 2,476,783

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,465,165

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Account Clerk I 0.05 0.05 0.05
Accountant I/II 0.07 0.05 0.05
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.10 0.10 0.10
Administrative Assistant III 0.05 0.05 0.05
Assistant Golf Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Parks and Recreation 0.15 0.15 0.15
Golf Course Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.02 0.02 0.02
Light Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parks Maintenance Worker 8.00 8.00 8.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.02 0.02 0.02
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.02 0.02 0.02
Resource Ecologist 0.15 * 0.15 * 0.15 *
Senior Parks Maintenance Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.02 0.02 0.02
Superintendent of Parks 0.25 0.25 0.25
Total Personnel Funded 12.90 12.88 12.88

* Position defunded 2004

97
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY LIBRARY (CITY)

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The City-County Library System’s mission is to provide materials and services that help community residents meet
their personal, educational, cultural, and professional information needs. It does this through a system of ten branch
libraries, an outreach program, telephone reference services, dial-up access to the computer catalog, electronic
databases, and collections of materials in all formats. The Library serves all of Santa Cruz County except the City
of Watsonville, which has an independent library. The main library and two other branches are located in the City
of Santa Cruz. The Library Joint Powers Authority Board governs the library system.

The Library’s JPA's operating and capital funds come from several sources, among them designated property tax
and a quarter cent sales tax. The City of Santa Cruz provides "maintenance of effort" funds as per a Library Joint
Powers Agreement with the County and the Cities of Capitola, Scotts Valley, and Watsonville, signed in 1996. The
City of Santa Cruz is reimbursed by the JPA for providing personnel and other management services at a rate set in
the Joint Powers Agreement. The City’s annual contribution is fixed at $1,394,751.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 7,855,748 $ 8,705,213 $ 7,751,211 $ 8,600,483
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751
Total Expenditures $ 9,250,499 $ 10,099,964 $ 9,145,962 $ 9,995,234

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 10,099,964

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Library Administration 3410 $ 2,657,642 $ 2,298,042 $ 2,274,490 $ 2,280,583
Library Technical Services 3411 1,655,847 1,809,168 1,762,975 1,839,000
Library Public Services 3412 4,937,010 5,597,249 4,701,796 5,671,342
Library Facilities Management 3415 - 395,505 406,701 204,309
Total Expenditures $ 9,250,499 $ 10,099,964 $ 9,145,962 $ 9,995,234

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 9,250,499 $ 10,099,964 $ 9,145,962 $ 9,995,234
Total Resources $ 9,250,499 $ 10,099,964 $ 9,145,962 $ 9,995,234

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 119.57 120.07 118.32

These expenditures include personnel services provided by the City of Santa Cruz to the Library Joint Powers
Authority (for which the City is reimbursed), and the City's annual contribution of $1,394,751 (see above).

98
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY LIBRARY (CITY)
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Account Clerk I 0.50 0.50 0.50
Account Clerk II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 4.35 4.35 4.35
Administrative Assistant III - - -
Assistant Library Director 1.00 1.00 1.00
Building Maintenance Worker I - - -
Building Maintenance Worker II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Circulation Aide 2.50 0.50 0.50
Circulation Division Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Courier/Driver 4.50 4.50 4.50
Custodian 4.50 4.50 1.00
Director of Libraries 1.00 1.00 1.00
Librarian II 15.75 * 15.75 15.75
Librarian III 9.00 9.00 9.00
Librarian IV 4.00 4.00 4.00
Library Assistant 15.50 * 20.75 20.75
Library Clerk 30.00 28.50 28.50
Library Facility Supervisor - - -
Library Information Systems Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
Library Webmaster 1.00 1.00 1.00
Microcomputer Technician 2.00 2.00 2.00
Network Administrator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Library Assistant 16.75 17.25 17.25
119.35 121.60 118.10

* Includes positions funded by grant funding FY 2006:


1.5 Librarian II
0.5 Library Assistant

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

99
ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3410 DEPARTMENT: Library (City)
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division is responsible for budget and other management, planning, and administrative functions.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,262,891 $ 903,291 $ 879,739 $ 885,832
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751 1,394,751
Total Expenditures $ 2,657,642 $ 2,298,042 $ 2,274,490 $ 2,280,583

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,298,042

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Account Clerk I 0.50 0.50 0.50
Account Clerk II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 4.35 4.35 4.35
Assistant Library Director 1.00 1.00 1.00
Building Maintenance Worker II 2.00 0.00 0.00
Custodian 4.50 0.00 0.00
Director of Libraries 1.00 1.00 1.00
Librarian III 2.00 2.00 2.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.22 0.22 0.22
Total Personnel Funded 17.57 11.07 11.07

100
ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIBRARY TECHNICAL SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3411 DEPARTMENT: Library (City)
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division is responsible for acquiring, cataloging, and processing all books and other library materials to make
them available to the public, as well as the Library’s on-line automation system.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,655,847 $ 1,809,168 $ 1,762,975 $ 1,839,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,655,847 $ 1,809,168 $ 1,762,975 $ 1,839,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,809,168

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Courier/Driver 2.50 2.50 2.50
Librarian II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Librarian III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Librarian IV 1.00 1.00 1.00
Library Assistant 4.00 3.00 3.00
Library Clerk 8.00 8.00 8.00
Library Information Systems Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
Library Webmaster 1.00 1.00 1.00
Network Administrator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Microcomputer Technician 2.00 2.00 2.00
Senior Library Assistant 4.00 5.00 5.00
Total Personnel Funded 26.50 26.50 26.50

101
ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIBRARY PUBLIC SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3412 DEPARTMENT: Library (City)
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division includes all staff providing direct service to the public, e.g., reference, children’s, and circulation
services at all branches.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 4,937,010 $ 5,597,249 $ 4,701,796 $ 5,671,342
Total Expenditures $ 4,937,010 $ 5,597,249 $ 4,701,796 $ 5,671,342

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 5,597,249

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Circulation Aide 2.50 0.50 0.50
Circulation Division Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Courier/Driver 2.00 2.00 2.00
Librarian II 14.75 * 14.75 14.75
Librarian III 6.00 6.00 6.00
Librarian IV 3.00 3.00 3.00
Library Assistant 11.50 * 15.50 17.75
Library Clerk 22.00 21.50 20.50
Senior Library Assistant 12.75 11.75 12.25
Total Personnel Funded 75.50 76.00 77.75

*Includes positions funded by grant funding


Librarian II - 1.50
Library Assistant - 0.50

102
ACTIVITY SUMMARY LIBRARY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 3415 DEPARTMENT: Library (City)
FUND: General FUNCTION: Culture and Recreation

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division includes all the staff and expenses associated with managing the library's ten branches: building
maintenance workers, custodians, rent, power and gas, water landscaping contracts, emergency repairs, etc.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 395,505 $ 406,701 $ 204,309
Total Expenditures $ - $ 395,505 $ 406,701 $ 204,309

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 395,505

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Building Maintenance Worker II 0.00 2.00 2.00
Custodian 0.00 4.50 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 6.50 3.00

103
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PUBLIC WORKS

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Public Works Department administers the City’s public works activities, including street maintenance,
wastewater collection and treatment, refuse collection and disposal, recycling collection and processing, street
sweeping, traffic and parking management and maintenance, stormwater collection and pollution prevention, fleet
maintenance, facilities maintenance, and provides professional engineering services to City projects as needed.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 14,509,242 $ 17,080,193 $ 15,727,802 $ 18,276,737
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 11,986,091 13,896,527 13,494,248 15,932,968
Capital Outlay 117,707 4,214,614 3,482,621 1,683,130
Debt Service 996,472 4,066,363 4,066,363 3,658,442
Depreciation 7,989,787 - 8,086,585 8,489,000
Total Expenditures $ 35,599,298 $ 39,257,697 $ 44,857,619 $ 48,040,277

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 36,901,920

EXPENDITURES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272
Gasoline Tax Fund 616,179 761,417 760,036 785,069
Enterprise Funds 28,839,621 30,545,860 36,688,754 38,150,943
Internal Service Funds 2,490,241 2,647,847 2,478,687 2,815,993
Total Expenditures $ 35,599,298 $ 39,257,697 $ 44,857,619 $ 48,040,277

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272
Gasoline Tax Fund 616,179 761,417 760,036 785,069
Enterprise Funds 28,839,621 30,545,860 36,688,754 38,150,943
Internal Service Funds 2,490,241 2,647,847 2,478,687 2,815,993
Total Resources $ 35,599,298 $ 39,257,697 $ 44,857,619 $ 48,040,277

PROJECT EXPENDITURES (See Capital Improvement Program section for detail)


General Fund $ 2,474,800 $ 8,445,000
Gasoline Tax Fund 5,394,800 4,721,000
Traffic Congestion Relief Fund - 300,000
Enterprise Funds 8,771,657 7,870,000
Total Project Expenditures $ 16,641,257 $ 21,336,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 226.08 227.17 241.67

104
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


IS Account Clerk II 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnAdministrative Analyst 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnAdministrative Assistant II 3.26 3.26 3.26
EnAssistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 1.00 1.00 1.00
GF Assistant Engineer I/II 2.00 3.00 4.00
EnAssistant Engineer II 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnAssociate Civil Engineer 4.00 4.00 4.00
EnAssociate Planner 0.80 0.80 -
1
GF Associate Transportation Engineer 1.00 - -
GF Bicycle / Pedestrian Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
GF Building Maintenance Worker II - - 2.00
EnChemist I/II 2.80 2.80 2.80
EnConstruction Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnCustodian 0.75 0.75 6.25
EnDirector of Public Works 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnElectrical Technician 2.00 2.00 3.00
GF Engineering Associate 1.00 1.00 1.00
2 2 2
EnEngineering Technician 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnEnvironmental Projects Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
3 3 3
EnEquipment Mechanic II 7.00 7.00 7.00
IS Equipment Service Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
GF Field Crew Leader - - 2.00
EnField Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
IS Garage Service Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnIndustrial Waste Inspector 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnLandfill Gate Attendant 2.00 2.00 1.00
EnLandfill Supervisor 2.00 2.00 2.00
IS Lead Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnOffice Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnParking Attendant 9.40 9.40 9.40
EnParking Attendant Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GF Parking Control Deputy 6.40 7.07 7.07
EnParking Control Maintenance Worker 7.00 7.00 7.50
EnParking Control Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnParking Enforcement Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnParking Facility Maintenance Assistant 1.75 2.00 3.00
GF Parking Office Representative 3.00 3.00 3.00
GF Parking Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnParking Program Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnPlant Maintenance Mechanic I 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnPlant Maintenance Mechanic II 6.00 6.00 7.00
EnPrincipal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnPublic Works Operations Manager 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnPublic Works Operations Superintendent 1.00 1.00 -
EnRecycling Center Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnRecycling Center Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnResource Recovery Worker I/II 15.00 15.00 16.00
EnSanitary Landfill Equipment Operator 5.00 5.00 4.00
EnSanitation Supervisor 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnSenior Electrician 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSenior Plant Maintenance Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSenior Resource Recovery Worker 3.00 3.00 4.00
4 4
GF Senior Service Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 4.00
(continued)
105
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


EnSenior Wastewater Plant Operator 5.00 5.00 5.00
EnService Field Crew Leader 4.00 4.00 4.00
5 5
GF Service Maintenance Worker 6.00 6.00 8.00
EnSolid Waste Worker 38.00 38.00 38.00
GF Street Maintenance Supervisor - - 1.00
GF Street Signing Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Facilities Maintenance 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Solid Waste 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Waste Disposal 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Wastewater Collection / Treatment Facility 1.00 1.00 1.00
6
EnTraffic Engineer - 1.00 1.00
GF Traffic Engineering Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Ga Traffic Signal Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Ga Traffic Signal Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnTransportation Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnUtility Service Representative 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWaste Reduction Assistant 0.50 1.00 1.00
EnWaste Reduction Coordinator 1.00 - -
EnWastewater Laboratory/Pretreatment Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Mains Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Mains Maintenance Worker 6.00 6.00 6.00
EnWastewater Mains Senior Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 4.00
EnWastewater Mains Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Plant Operator II 9.00 9.00 9.00
EnWastewater Treatment Facility Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
215.66 217.08 232.28

1
Associate Transportation Engineer position defunded FY 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Engineering Technician position defunded FY 2006, 2007
3
Does not include 1 Equipment Mechanic I/II defunded FY 2006, 2007
4
Does not include additional 1 Senior Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
5
Does not include 1 additional Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
6
Traffic Engineer defunded FY 2006

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

106
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL FUND
DESCRIPTION:
Summary of Public Works Activities within the General Fund.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 2,662,440 $ 3,546,355 $ 3,182,385 $ 4,319,982
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 895,771 1,291,789 1,321,322 1,766,919
Capital Outlay 95,046 424,439 386,445 161,380
Debt Service - 39,990 39,990 39,991
Total Expenditures $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 5,099,959

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Public Works Administration 4101 $ 93,196 $ 143,896 $ 143,680 $ 175,919
Engineering 4102 335,222 682,562 559,264 689,912
Public Works Operations 4103 72,386 263,128 174,110 135,880
Facilities Services 4110 - - - 1,006,773
Street Maintenance and Sidewalk Repair 4210 877,631 1,217,516 1,223,863 1,313,300
Traffic Engineering 4220 260,501 471,625 404,647 469,605
Parking Control 4221 1,044,149 1,239,125 1,179,330 1,219,683
Parking Maintenance 4222 171,004 316,147 293,161 290,894
Traffic Maintenance 4223 467,451 618,605 560,440 597,222
Wharf Gate Operations 4226 331,717 349,969 391,647 389,084
Total General Fund Expenditures $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272
Total Resources $ 3,653,257 $ 5,302,573 $ 4,930,142 $ 6,288,272

PROJECT EXPENDITURES (General Capital Improvements Fund) $ 2,474,800 $ 8,445,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 48.63 50.45 59.99

107
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION GENERAL FUND

2006 2007 2008


GFAdministrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFAdministrative Assistant I/II 2.26 2.26 2.26
GFAssistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFAssistant Engineer I/II 2.00 3.00 4.00
GFAssociate Civil Engineer 1.00 1.00 1.00
1
GFAssociate Transportation Engineer 1.00 - -
GFBicycle / Pedestrian Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFBuilding Maintenance Worker II - - 2.00
GFCustodian - - 5.50
GFDirector of Public Works 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFEngineering Associate 1.00 1.00 1.00
2 2 2
GFEngineering Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFField Crew Leader - - 2.00
GFField Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFOffice Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFParking Attendant 4.00 4.00 4.00
GFParking Attendant Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFParking Control Deputy 6.40 7.07 7.07
GFParking Control Maintenance Worker 2.00 2.00 2.25
GFParking Control Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFParking Enforcement Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFParking Office Representative 3.00 3.00 3.00
GFParking Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFParking Program Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFPrincipal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFPublic Works Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFPublic Works Operations Superintendent 1.00 1.00 -
3 3
GFSenior Service Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 4.00
GFService Field Crew Leader 4.00 4.00 4.00
4 4
GFService Maintenance Worker 6.00 6.00 8.00
GFStreet Maintenance Supervisor - - 1.00
GFStreet Signing Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
GFSuperintendent of Facilities Maintenance - 1.00 1.00
5
GFTraffic Engineer - 1.00 1.00
GFTraffic Engineering Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
53.66 56.33 69.08

1
Associate Transportation Engineer position defunded FY 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Engineering Technician position defunded FY 2006, 2007
3
Does not include additional 1 Senior Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
4
Does not include 1 additional Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
5
Traffic Engineer defunded FY 2006

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include
positions or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

108
ACTIVITY SUMMARY PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4101 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for the overall administration and direction of the various public works activities. Provides staff
support to Public Works Commission, City Transportation Commission and Downtown Commission. Administers
refuse, wastewater, stormwater, and parking enterprise funds. Develops and implements City policy guiding
maintenance of public roads, bridges, and other infrastructure.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 70,601 $ 91,786 $ 94,455 $ 108,029
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 22,595 52,110 49,225 67,890
Total Expenditures $ 93,196 $ 143,896 $ 143,680 $ 175,919

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 149,931

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.52 0.52 0.68
Director of Public Works 0.15 0.15 0.15
Office Supervisor 0.25 0.25 0.25
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.20 * 0.20 0.20
Public Works Operations Manager 0.10 0.10 0.10
Total Personnel Funded 1.22 1.22 1.38

*Position defunded 2005

109
ACTIVITY SUMMARY ENGINEERING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4102 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Develops and manages the department’s Capital Improvement Program. Provides professional engineering design,
construction contract administration, and contractor controlled services for the Public Works Department and other
City departments for the Capital Improvement Program. Provides private development review and approval for
City-wide development as it relates to the public right-of-way and utility services, including staff support to
Planning Commission and Zoning Board and related duties. Furnishes engineering consultation to other City
departments, other agencies, private developers, private engineers, contractors, and the general public. Provides
inspections services for the City and City-related projects.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 293,055 $ 520,998 $ 397,417 $ 540,079
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 41,815 158,064 161,847 149,833
Capital Outlay 352 3,500 - -
Total Expenditures $ 335,222 $ 682,562 $ 559,264 $ 689,912

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 637,412

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.20 0.30 0.30
Assistant Engineer I/II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Associate Civil Engineer 1.00 1.00 1.00
Engineering Associate 1.00 1.00 1.00
Engineering Technician 2.00 * 2.00 * 2.00 *
Total Personnel Funded 6.20 6.30 6.30

*One position defunded 2004

110
ACTIVITY SUMMARY PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4103 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for management of street maintenance and sidewalk repair, flood control, traffic maintenance, traffic
signals and street lights, fleet maintenance and facilities maintenance, and the corporation yard.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 42,581 $ 219,618 $ 126,483 $ 91,623
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 10,992 43,510 47,627 44,257
Capital Outlay 18,814 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 72,386 $ 263,128 $ 174,110 $ 135,880

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 231,433

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 0.20 0.20 0.20
Public Works Operations Manager 0.50 0.60 0.60
Public Works Operations Superintendent 0.60 0.60 0.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.40 0.40 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 1.70 1.80 0.80

111
ACTIVITY SUMMARY FACILITIES SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4110 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity provides custodial and cleaning services, facility maintenance, and minor construction for city
facilities. During Fiscal Year 2007, this function was moved from the Parks and Recreation Department to the
Public Works Department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ - $ - $ 647,368
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges - - - 359,405
Total Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 1,006,773

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 231,433

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Building Maintenance Worker II 0.00 0.00 2.00
Custodian 0.00 0.00 5.50
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.00 0.00 0.40
Field Crew Leader 0.00 0.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 0.00 9.90

112
ACTIVITY SUMMARY STREET MAINTENANCE
AND SIDEWALK REPAIR
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4210 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Maintains the City’s street surfaces, curbs, gutters, surface storm drainage system, San Lorenzo River and
Branciforte Creek flood control. May repair sidewalks, curbs, and gutters adjacent to City-owned properties to
reduce the City liability and protect the public from hazards.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 456,943 $ 518,217 $ 503,186 $ 718,552
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 401,710 473,309 493,780 523,757
Capital Outlay 18,978 186,000 186,907 31,000
Debt Service - 39,990 39,990 39,991
Total Expenditures $ 877,631 $ 1,217,516 $ 1,223,863 $ 1,313,300

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,191,116

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Public Works Operations Superintendent 0.00 0.00 0.00
1 1
Senior Service Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 3.00
Service Field Crew Leader 2.00 2.00 2.00
Street Maintenance Supervisor 0.00 0.00 1.00
1 1 2
Service Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 5.00
Total Personnel Funded 10.00 10.00 11.00

1
One position defunded FY 2005, FY 2006, FY 2007
2
Additional position replaces defunded Senior Maintenance Worker position

113
ACTIVITY SUMMARY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4220 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides administration and engineering for all parking control and traffic management programs and projects.
Coordinates bicycle/pedestrian and alternative transportation programs and facilities. Responsible for staffing of
the Traffic Commission and Downtown Commission. Provides professional engineering design of capital
improvement projects relating to traffic and parking. Provides private development review as it relates to traffic
and parking.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 199,225 $ 333,479 $ 277,099 $ 334,679
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 60,933 136,555 125,958 134,926
Capital Outlay 342 1,591 1,590 -
Total Expenditures $ 260,501 $ 471,625 $ 404,647 $ 469,605

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 402,216

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.00 0.10 0.10
Assistant Engineer I 0.00 1.00 0.50
Associate Transportation Engineer 1.00 1.00 * 1.00 *
Bicycle / Pedestrian Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Parking Program Manager 0.40 0.40 0.40
Traffic Engineer 0.65 * 0.50 0.50
Traffic Engineering Technician 1.00 1.00 0.50
Transportation Coordinator 0.00 0.00 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 4.05 5.00 4.50

*Position defunded 2007

114
ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKING CONTROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4221 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works
ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for all parking control and enforcement in the City, including patrol of metered and timed parking spaces
and lots, operation of the Parking Citation Office and residential parking programs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 808,334 $ 944,397 $ 890,552 $ 917,989
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 186,262 224,200 218,964 256,694
Capital Outlay 49,553 70,528 69,814 45,000
$ 1,044,149 $ 1,239,125 $ 1,179,330 $ 1,219,683

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,238,399

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.10 0.10 0.10
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.15 0.10 0.10
Director of Public Works 0.00 0.00 0.00
Parking Control Deputy 6.40 7.07 7.00
Parking Control Supervisor 0.30 0.30 0.30
Parking Enforcement Supervisor 0.75 0.75 0.75
Parking Office Representative 3.00 3.00 3.00
Parking Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.01 0.01 0.01
Traffic Engineer 0.13 * 0.10 0.10
Total Personnel Funded 11.84 12.43 12.36

*Position defunded 2005

115
ACTIVITY SUMMARY PARKING MAINTENANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4222 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides installation, maintenance, and repairs for all parking meter, gate access, pay station, and change
equipment. Cleans and maintains parking lots, and collects monies from parking meters within the City (except
within the downtown parking district).

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 136,277 $ 147,849 $ 150,116 $ 156,639
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 33,033 39,018 46,945 48,875
Capital Outlay 1,695 129,280 96,100 85,380
Total Expenditures $ 171,004 $ 316,147 $ 293,161 $ 290,894

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 280,878

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Field Supervisor 0.10 0.00 0.00
Office Supervisor 0.05 0.05 0.05
Parking Control Maintenance Worker 1.30 1.30 1.55
Service Field Crew Leader 0.30 0.30 0.30
Traffic Engineer 0.02 * 0.10 0.10
Total Personnel Funded 1.77 1.75 2.00

*Position defunded 2005

116
ACTIVITY SUMMARY TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4223 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Installs and maintains traffic and parking painting, signing, and traffic management devices. Provides supervision
of traffic signal and street lighting.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 347,265 $ 466,053 $ 395,605 $ 468,514
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 115,539 119,012 132,801 128,708
Capital Outlay 4,647 33,540 32,034 -
Total Expenditures $ 467,451 $ 618,605 $ 560,440 $ 597,222

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 618,605

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Field Supervisor 0.70 0.80 0.80
Senior Service Maintenance Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Service Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 0.80
Service Maintenance Worker 3.00 3.00 3.00
Street Signing Specialist 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 6.70 6.80 6.60

117
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WHARF GATE OPERATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4226 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for operation and maintenance of the attended parking gate at the Municipal Wharf, as well as permit
parking, special event and promotional parking programs on the Wharf.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 308,160 $ 303,958 $ 347,472 $ 336,510
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 22,892 46,011 44,175 52,574
Capital Outlay 666 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 331,717 $ 349,969 $ 391,647 $ 389,084

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 349,969

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Office Supervisor 0.05 0.05 0.05
Parking Attendant 4.00 4.00 4.00
Parking Attendant Supervisor 0.50 0.50 0.50
Parking Control Maintenance Worker 0.20 0.20 0.20
Parking Control Supervisor 0.20 0.20 0.20
Service Field Crew Leader 0.20 0.20 0.20
Total Personnel Funded 5.15 5.15 5.15

118
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
GASOLINE TAX FUND
DESCRIPTION:
Summary of Public Works Activities within the Gasoline Tax Fund.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 169,333 $ 215,879 $ 207,076 $ 234,821
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 424,185 503,852 516,785 550,248
Capital Outlay 22,661 41,686 36,175 -
Total Expenditures $ 616,179 $ 761,417 $ 760,036 $ 785,069

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 706,393

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Traffic Signal Maintenance 4224 $ 283,009 $ 393,904 $ 389,026 $ 403,944
Street Lighting 4225 333,169 367,513 371,010 381,125
Total Gasoline Tax Fund Expenditures $ 616,179 $ 761,417 $ 760,036 $ 785,069

RESOURCES BY FUND:
Gasoline Tax Fund $ 616,179 $ 761,417 $ 760,036 $ 785,069
Total Resources $ 616,179 $ 761,417 $ 760,036 $ 785,069

PROJECT EXPENDITURES (See Capital Improvement Program section for detail) $ 5,394,800 $ 4,721,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 2.10 2.30 2.50

119
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZTION GASOLINE TAX FUND

2006 2007 2008


Traffic Signal Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Traffic Signal Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
2.00 2.00 2.00

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

120
ACTIVITY SUMMARY TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4224 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Gasoline Tax Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation and maintenance of City-owned traffic signals.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 169,333 $ 215,879 $ 207,076 $ 234,821
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 97,196 144,339 148,275 169,123
Capital Outlay 16,480 33,686 33,675 -
Total Expenditures $ 283,009 $ 393,904 $ 389,026 $ 403,944

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 365,218

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.00 0.00 0.20
Field Supervisor 0.00 0.10 0.10
Public Works Operations Superintendent 0.10 0.10 0.00
Service Field Crew Leader 0.00 0.00 0.10
Traffic Engineer 0.00 0.10 0.10
Traffic Signal Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Traffic Signal Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 2.10 2.30 2.50

121
ACTIVITY SUMMARY STREET LIGHTING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4225 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Gasoline Tax Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation and maintenance of approximately 1800 City-owned streetlights. Funds maintenance
contracts and power costs for approximately 1200 PG&E-owned lights.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 326,988 $ 359,513 $ 368,510 $ 381,125
Capital Outlay 6,181 8,000 2,500 -
Total Expenditures $ 333,169 $ 367,513 $ 371,010 $ 381,125

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 341,175

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

122
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
DESCRIPTION:
Summary of Public Works Activities within Enterprise Funds.
2007 2007 2008
2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 10,905,335 $ 12,419,437 $ 11,529,956 $ 12,814,307
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 8,970,803 10,432,505 10,053,435 11,899,435
Capital Outlay - 3,689,475 3,033,973 1,349,750
Debt Service 993,334 4,004,443 4,004,443 3,618,451
Depreciation 7,970,149 - 8,066,947 8,469,000
Total Expenditures $ 28,839,621 $ 30,545,860 $ 36,688,754 $ 38,150,943

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 28,455,735

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Wastewater Customer Service 7201 $ 274,190 $ 298,592 $ 234,228 $ 296,241
Wastewater Mains / Flood Control 7202 1,336,628 1,926,305 1,710,415 1,621,377
Wastewater Treatment Facility 7203 5,363,497 6,408,216 6,153,308 6,708,324
Secondary Plant Parks Mitigation 7204 241,076 384,420 273,288 314,307
Wastewater Source Control 7205 304,974 388,187 350,179 369,089
Wastewater Pump House 7206 50,281 78,000 71,000 78,000
WW Treatment Facility Administration 7207 656,129 673,002 656,825 799,182
Wastewater Lab 7208 328,504 464,231 414,674 424,071
Depreciation 4,267,555 - 4,415,724 4,609,000
Total Wastewater Fund Expenditures 12,822,834 10,620,954 14,279,641 15,219,591

Refuse Customer Accounting 7301 367,663 426,363 337,148 409,094


Refuse Collection 7302 3,479,516 6,371,996 5,661,056 5,655,091
Refuse Disposal 7303 3,212,822 6,070,494 5,848,486 5,268,891
Recycling Program - Processing 7304 1,038,961 1,354,331 1,358,434 1,748,809
Recycling Program - Collection 7305 1,579,830 1,941,129 1,921,089 2,066,874
Waste Reduction 7306 163,231 320,009 258,391 306,909
Street Cleaning 7307 310,160 622,129 614,988 526,949
Depreciation 1,896,004 - 1,727,192 1,797,000
Total Refuse Fund Expenditures 12,048,188 17,106,451 17,726,784 17,779,617

Off-Street Parking 7401 1,816,021 2,300,339 2,317,596 2,577,578


Depreciation 489,528 - 493,347 519,000
Total Parking Fund Expenditures 2,305,549 2,300,339 2,810,943 3,096,578

Storm Water Management 7501 319,582 491,716 414,302 474,757


Depreciation 1,317,062 - 1,430,684 1,544,000
Total Storm Water Fund Expenditures 1,636,644 491,716 1,844,986 2,018,757

Storm Water Management 7501 26,406 26,400 26,400 36,400


Total Storm Water Overlay Fund Expenditures 26,406 26,400 26,400 36,400
Total Enterprise Fund Expenditures $ 28,839,621 $ 30,545,860 $ 36,688,754 $ 38,150,943

123
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
ENTERPRISE FUNDS

RESOURCES BY FUND:
Enterprise Funds $ 28,839,621 $ 30,545,860 $ 36,688,754 $ 38,150,943
Total Resources $ 28,839,621 $ 30,545,860 $ 36,688,754 $ 38,150,943

PROJECT EXPENDITURES (See Capital Improvement Program section for detail) $ 8,771,657 $ 7,870,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 163.55 162.67 167.63

124
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION ENTERPRISE FUNDS

2006 2007 2008


EnAdministrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
3
EnAdministrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnAssistant Engineer II 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnAssociate Civil Engineer 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnAssociate Planner 0.80 0.80 -
EnChemist I/II 2.80 2.80 2.80
EnConstruction Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnCustodian 0.75 0.75 0.75
EnElectrical Technician 2.00 2.00 3.00
En Engineering Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnEnvironmental Projects Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
En Equipment Mechanic I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnIndustrial Waste Inspector 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnLandfill Gate Attendant 2.00 2.00 1.00
EnLandfill Supervisor 2.00 2.00 2.00
EnParking Attendant 5.40 5.40 5.40
EnParking Control Maintenance Worker 5.00 5.00 5.25
EnParking Facility Maintenance Assistant 1.75 2.00 3.00
EnPlant Maintenance Mechanic I 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnPlant Maintenance Mechanic II 6.00 6.00 7.00
EnPublic Works Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnRecycling Center Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnRecycling Center Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnResource Recovery Worker I/II 15.00 15.00 16.00
EnSanitary Landfill Equipment Operator 5.00 5.00 4.00
EnSanitation Supervisor 3.00 3.00 3.00
EnSenior Electrician 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSenior Plant Maintenance Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSenior Resource Recovery Worker 3.00 3.00 4.00
EnSenior Wastewater Plant Operator 5.00 5.00 5.00
EnSolid Waste Worker 38.00 38.00 38.00
EnSuperintendent of Solid Waste 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Waste Disposal 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnSuperintendent of Wastewater Collection / Treatment Facility 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnTransportation Coordinator 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnUtility Service Representative 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWaste Reduction Assistant 0.50 1.00 1.00
EnWaste Reduction Coordinator 1.00 - -
EnWastewater Laboratory/Pretreatment Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Mains Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Mains Maintenance Worker 6.00 6.00 6.00
EnWastewater Mains Senior Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 4.00
EnWastewater Mains Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
EnWastewater Plant Operator II 9.00 9.00 9.00
EnWastewater Treatment Facility Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
149.00 148.75 151.20

1
Associate Transportation Engineer position defunded FY 2007
2
Does not include 1 additional Engineering Technician position defunded FY 2006, 2007
3
Does not include 1 Equipment Mechanic I/II defunded FY 2006, 2007
4
Does not include additional 1 Senior Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
5
Does not include 1 additional Service Maintenance Worker defunded FY 2006, 2007
6
Traffic Engineer defunded FY 2006

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.
125
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER CUSTOMER SERVICE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7201 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Funds wastewater share of the City Water Department customer service operation, which handles billing and
accounting for wastewater service, as well as start-up and ending service, customer complaints, and providing
information to the public.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 274,190 $ 298,592 $ 234,228 $ 296,241
Total Expenditures $ 274,190 $ 298,592 $ 234,228 $ 296,241

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 294,805

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

126
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER MAINS/FLOOD CONTROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7202 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation and maintenance of the City’s subsurface storm water and wastewater systems. This
includes maintenance and repair of catch basins, pumps, and City-wide pump station facilities, collection lines and
structures in the wastewater and subsurface storm water systems.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 982,428 $ 1,146,686 $ 943,418 $ 1,098,652
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 354,200 372,324 364,760 436,125
Capital Outlay - 342,167 337,109 32,600
Debt Service - 65,128 65,128 54,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,336,628 $ 1,926,305 $ 1,710,415 $ 1,621,377

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,917,739

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 0.10 0.10 0.10
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.13 0.13 0.10
Engineering Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Public Works 0.10 0.10 0.10
Office Supervisor 0.15 0.15 0.15
Plant Maintenance Mechanic I 1.00 1.00 1.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.20 0.20 0.20
Public Works Operations Manager 0.10 0.10 0.10
Superintendent of Wastewater Collection /
Treatment Facility 0.20 0.20 0.20
Wastewater Mains Field Crew Leader 1.00 1.00 1.00
Wastewater Mains Maintenance Worker 6.00 6.00 6.00
Wastewater Mains Senior Maintenance Worker 4.00 4.00 4.00
Wastewater Mains Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 15.98 15.98 15.95

*Position defunded 2005

127
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7203 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation, monitoring and maintenance of a regional wastewater treatment and disposal facility.
Wastewater treatment and ocean outfall disposal is provided for the City of Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz County
Sanitation District (Live Oak, Capitola, Soquel and Aptos). Septage disposal is provided for the County of Santa
Cruz. Disposal of the City of Scotts Valley’s Wastewater Treatment Plant effluent is provided through the City of
Santa Cruz Wastewater Treatment Facility Outfall.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 2,503,287 $ 2,768,560 $ 2,593,880 $ 2,911,460
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 2,860,210 3,264,849 3,180,728 3,422,164
Capital Outlay - 374,807 378,700 374,700
Total Expenditures $ 5,363,497 $ 6,408,216 $ 6,153,308 $ 6,708,324

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 6,354,646

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.35 1.35 1.35
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.25 0.20 0.20
Assistant Engineer 0.00 0.00 1.00
Associate Civil Engineer 2.00 2.00 2.00
Director of Public Works 0.35 0.30 0.30
Electrical Technician 2.00 2.00 3.00
Office Supervisor 0.20 0.20 0.20
Plant Maintenance Mechanic I 2.00 2.00 2.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 5.00 5.00 5.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.20 0.20 0.20
Public Works Operations Manager 0.15 0.10 0.10
Senior Electrician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Plant Maintenance Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Wastewater Plant Operator 5.00 5.00 5.00
Superintendent of Wastewater Collection /
Treatment Facility 0.80 0.80 0.80
Wastewater Plant Operator II 9.00 9.00 9.00
Wastewater Treatment Facility Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 31.30 31.15 33.15

*Position defunded 2005

128
ACTIVITY SUMMARY SECONDARY PLANT PARKS MITIGATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7204 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation and maintenance of Neary Lagoon Park and mitigation areas for construction of
Wastewater Plant Secondary Facilities.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 181,275 $ 311,466 $ 206,232 $ 234,457
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 59,801 72,954 67,056 79,850
Capital Outlay - - - -
Total Expenditures $ 241,076 $ 384,420 $ 273,288 $ 314,307

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 384,420

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 0.00 0.15
Associate Planner 0.80 0.80 0.00
Field Supervisor 0.19 0.19 0.19
Parks Field Crew Leader 0.38 0.38 0.38
Parks Maintenance Worker 2.00 2.00 2.00
Ranger 0.50 0.50 0.50
Superintendent of Parks 0.10 0.10 0.10
Total Personnel Funded 3.97 4.12 3.17

129
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER SOURCE CONTROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7205 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides inspection, sampling, public education, and monitoring of business and industrial establishments to limit
discharge of harmful constituents into the sanitary wastewater system and storm drain system. Issues wastewater
and groundwater discharge permits to industrial dischargers. Issues citations and levies fines for code violations.
This program is a requirement of the State of California and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 282,865 $ 315,777 $ 297,533 $ 305,639
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 22,109 69,410 52,646 63,450
Capital Outlay - 3,000 - -
Total Expenditures $ 304,974 $ 388,187 $ 350,179 $ 369,089

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 387,437

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Industrial Waste Inspector 3.00 3.00 3.00
Wastewater Laboratory/Pretreatment Manager 0.50 0.50 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 3.50 3.50 3.50

130
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER PUMP HOUSE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7206 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the operation and maintenance of the influent sewage pumping station at the Wastewater Treatment
Facility.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 50,281 $ 78,000 $ 71,000 $ 78,000
Total Expenditures $ 50,281 $ 78,000 $ 71,000 $ 78,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 78,000

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

131
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WW TREATMENT FACILITY ADMIN
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7207 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Accounts for personnel services for the administration of the wastewater treatment facility.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 134,765 $ 186,365 $ 170,188 $ 276,685
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 521,364 486,637 486,637 522,497
$ 656,129 $ 673,002 $ 656,825 $ 799,182

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 673,002

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.17 0.20 0.35
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.08 0.08 0.08
Network Administrator 0.85 1.00 1.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.13 0.13 0.13
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.08 0.08 0.08
Resource Ecologist 0.20 * 0.20 * 0.20 *
Senior Accountant 0.09 0.09 0.11
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.10 0.10 0.10
Total Personnel Funded 1.70 1.88 2.05

* Position defunded 2004

132
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTEWATER LAB
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7208 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Wastewater Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides analytical, monitoring and consultative services for the City’s sewer, storm water and related
environmental analyses, including Pretreatment, Collection, and Operations, and discharge from the treatment
facility. Compiles, reviews, and reports data for facility permit and treatment processes. Provides contract lab
services to other local agencies upon request.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 246,353 $ 267,295 $ 273,353 $ 299,919
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 82,151 150,536 107,421 122,652
Capital Outlay - 46,400 33,900 1,500
Total Expenditures $ 328,504 $ 464,231 $ 414,674 $ 424,071

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 462,731

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Chemist I/II 2.80 2.80 2.80
Wastewater Laboratory/Pretreatment Manager 0.50 0.50 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 3.30 3.30 3.30

133
ACTIVITY SUMMARY REFUSE CUSTOMER ACCOUNTING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7301 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Funds refuse share of the City Water Department Customer Service operation, which handles billing and
accounting for refuse services, as well as start-up and ending refuse and recycling service, customer complaints,
and providing information to the public.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 370,985 $ 412,673 $ 323,458 $ 409,094
Debt Service (3,322) 13,690 13,690 -
Total Expenditures $ 367,663 $ 426,363 $ 337,148 $ 409,094

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 415,563

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

134
ACTIVITY SUMMARY REFUSE COLLECTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7302 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for collection of household refuse once a week and for commercial, industrial, and institutional
customers as required.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,919,229 $ 2,114,344 $ 2,105,658 $ 2,126,382
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,521,503 1,699,960 1,602,152 2,546,911
Capital Outlay - 1,864,300 1,259,854 309,700
Debt Service 38,785 693,392 693,392 672,098
Total Expenditures $ 3,479,516 $ 6,371,996 $ 5,661,056 $ 5,655,091

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 5,135,029

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.53 0.53 0.45
Construction Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
Director of Public Works 0.15 0.15 0.15
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.11 0.11 0.11
Office Supervisor 0.10 0.10 0.10
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.15 0.15 0.15
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.11 0.11 0.11
Public Works Operations Manager 0.35 0.30 0.30
Sanitation Supervisor 2.00 2.00 2.00
Solid Waste Worker 20.00 20.00 20.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.11 0.11 0.11
Superintendent of Solid Waste 1.00 1.00 1.00
Utility Service Representative 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 27.61 27.56 27.48

* Position defunded 2005

135
ACTIVITY SUMMARY REFUSE DISPOSAL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7303 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Maintains and operates the sanitary landfill at the Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) for use by the City refuse
operation and private individuals and businesses from the City. Diverts and processes greenwaste and construction
and demolition debris. Ensures that the landfill meets all local, state, and federal regulatory requirements. Operates
and performs field maintenance on equipment used at the landfill.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,541,303 $ 1,720,021 $ 1,522,048 $ 1,717,647
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,193,603 1,455,552 1,487,422 1,573,919
Capital Outlay - 800,468 744,563 89,550
Debt Service 477,916 2,094,453 2,094,453 1,887,775
Total Expenditures $ 3,212,822 $ 6,070,494 $ 5,848,486 $ 5,268,891

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 5,341,444

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.21 0.23 0.52
Administrative Analyst 0.05 0.00 0.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.45 0.45 0.40
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.10 0.10 0.10
Assistant Engineer II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Associate Civil Engineer 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Public Works 0.15 0.15 0.15
Environmental Projects Analyst 0.50 0.50 0.50
Equipment Mechanic II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Landfill Gate Attendant 2.00 2.00 1.00
Landfill Supervisor 2.00 2.00 2.00
Office Supervisor 0.10 0.10 0.10
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.33 0.33 0.33
Public Works Operations Manager 0.30 0.35 0.35
Resource Ecologist 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.05 *
Resource Recovery Worker I/II 6.00 6.00 7.00
Sanitary Landfill Equipment Operator 5.00 5.00 4.00
Senior Accountant 0.13 0.13 0.10
Senior Resource Recovery Worker 2.00 2.00 2.00
Superintendent of Waste Disposal 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 23.37 23.39 22.60

* Position defunded 2004


** 0.20 Position defunded 2005

136
ACTIVITY SUMMARY RECYCLING PROGRAM - PROCESSING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7304 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Operates and maintains the recycling drop-off and processing center at the City Resource Recovery Facility.
Accepts, sorts, and processes recyclable items, such as newspapers, metals, glass, appliances, plastics, etc., and
sells materials to commercial markets. Funds the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off site through a contract
with the county.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 674,408 $ 751,217 $ 779,902 $ 886,995
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 364,553 549,106 524,524 652,414
Capital Outlay - 44,868 44,868 209,400
Debt Service - 9,140 9,140 -
Total Expenditures $ 1,038,961 $ 1,354,331 $ 1,358,434 $ 1,748,809

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,308,861

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 0.00 0.00 1.00
Recycling Center Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Recycling Center Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Resource Recovery Worker I/II 9.00 9.00 9.00
Senior Resource Recovery Worker 1.00 1.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 12.00 12.00 14.00

137
ACTIVITY SUMMARY RECYCLING PROGRAM - COLLECTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7305 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for scheduled and special collection of recyclable materials from residential, commercial, industrial,
and public agency producers within the City.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,148,660 $ 1,212,047 $ 1,198,246 $ 1,261,240
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 402,500 458,960 452,721 574,978
Capital Outlay - 11,000 11,000 4,100
Debt Service 28,670 259,122 259,122 226,556
Total Expenditures $ 1,579,830 $ 1,941,129 $ 1,921,089 $ 2,066,874

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,941,129

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Custodian 0.75 0.75 0.75
Sanitation Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Solid Waste Worker 15.00 15.00 15.00
Total Personnel Funded 16.75 16.75 16.75

138
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WASTE REDUCTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7306 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Promotes waste reduction to meet City and State goals through public information and education programs about
solid waste source reduction, reuse, recycling, household hazardous waste disposal, composting, pollution
prevention, and related areas.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 77,703 $ 162,160 $ 118,187 $ 141,840
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 85,528 157,565 140,204 165,069
Capital Outlay - 284 - -
Total Expenditures $ 163,231 $ 320,009 $ 258,391 $ 306,909

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 366,182

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Waste Reduction Assistant 0.50 0.50 1.00
Waste Reduction Coordinator 1.00 0.00 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 2.50 1.50 2.00

139
ACTIVITY SUMMARY STREET CLEANING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7307 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Refuse Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for the regular sweeping to remove refuse and debris from streets and bike paths within the
commercial and residential areas of the City in order to reduce litter, rodents, and water pollution, and to promote
safety.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 185,661 $ 205,680 $ 201,920 $ 209,203
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 123,616 146,228 122,290 162,365
Capital Outlay - 175,000 195,557 112,200
Debt Service 883 95,221 95,221 43,181
Total Expenditures $ 310,160 $ 622,129 $ 614,988 $ 526,949

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 622,129

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Solid Waste Worker 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 3.00 3.00 3.00

140
ACTIVITY SUMMARY OFF-STREET PARKING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7401 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Parking Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides for the management, security, maintenance, enforcement, and collection of all parking meters, garages,
and public parking lots within the Downtown Parking District. Directs and administers activities such as bicycle
parking, permit programs, lot signage, etc., within the district.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 933,945 $ 1,140,960 $ 1,025,214 $ 1,233,619
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 570,271 566,485 698,927 603,887
Capital Outlay - 27,180 27,741 216,000
Debt Service 311,805 565,714 565,714 524,072
Total Expenditures $ 1,816,021 $ 2,300,339 $ 2,317,596 $ 2,577,578

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,254,502

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.09 0.08 0.29
Administrative Assistant I/II 0.18 0.18 0.20
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.20 0.10 0.10
Assistant Engineer I 0.00 0.00 0.50
Director of Public Works 0.05 0.05 0.05
Field Supervisor 0.20 0.10 0.10
Office Supervisor 0.10 0.10 0.10
Parking Attendant 5.40 5.40 5.40
Parking Attendant Supervisor 0.50 0.50 0.50
Parking Control Maintenance Worker 5.50 5.50 5.75
Parking Control Supervisor 0.50 0.50 0.50
Parking Enforcement Supervisor 0.25 0.25 0.25
Parking Facility Maintenance Assistant 1.75 2.00 3.00
Parking Program Manager 0.60 0.60 0.60
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.07 0.07 0.07
Public Works Operations Manager 0.05 0.05 0.05
Public Works Operations Superintendent 0.10 0.10 0.00
Senior Accountant 0.02 0.02 0.03
Service Field Crew Leader 0.50 0.50 0.60
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.02 0.02 0.02
Traffic Engineer 0.20 * 0.20 0.20
Traffic Engineering Tech 0.00 0.00 0.50
Transportation Coordinator 1.00 1.00 0.50
Total Personnel Funded 17.28 17.32 19.31

* Position defunded 2005

141
ACTIVITY SUMMARY STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7501 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Storm Water Fund FUNCTION: Public Works
Storm Water Overlay

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides funding for various engineering, design, and management services required for implementation of the San
Lorenzo River flood control projects, and for federal and state mandated storm water pollution prevention
programs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 93,452 $ 116,859 $ 94,177 $ 110,569
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 113,940 192,674 137,261 189,819
Capital Outlay - - 681 -
Debt Service 138,596 208,583 208,583 210,769
Total Expenditures $ 345,988 $ 518,116 $ 440,702 $ 511,157

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 518,116

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.07 0.05 0.12
Administrative Analyst 0.35 0.35 0.35
Administrative Assistant II 0.00 0.00 0.05
Assistant Director of Public Works/City Engineer 0.10 0.10 0.10
Director of Public Works 0.05 0.05 0.05
Environmental Projects Analyst 0.50 0.50 0.50
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.01 0.01 0.01
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.01 0.01 0.01
Public Works Operations Manager 0.15 0.10 0.10
Resource Ecologist 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.05 *
Senior Accountant 0.00 0.00 0.03 *
Total Personnel Funded 1.29 1.22 1.37

* Position defunded 2004


** Position defunded 2005

142
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND
DESCRIPTION:
Summary of Public Works Activities within Internal Service Funds.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 772,133 $ 898,522 $ 808,385 $ 907,627
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,695,332 1,668,381 1,602,706 1,716,366
Capital Outlay - 59,014 26,028 172,000
Debt Service 3,138 21,930 21,930 -
Depreciation 19,638 - 19,638 20,000
Total Expenditures $ 2,490,241 $ 2,647,847 $ 2,478,687 $ 2,815,993

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,639,833

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Mechanical Maintenance 7831 $ 2,451,731 $ 2,601,553 $ 2,406,201 $ 2,754,143
Communications 7832 15,104 41,564 49,618 37,850
Employee Commute Van 7833 3,768 4,730 3,230 4,000
Depreciation 19,638 - 19,638 20,000
Total Internal Service Fund Expenditures $ 2,490,241 $ 2,647,847 $ 2,478,687 $ 2,815,993

RESOURCES BY FUND:
Internal Service Funds $ 2,490,241 $ 2,647,847 $ 2,478,687 $ 2,815,993
Total Resources $ 2,490,241 $ 2,647,847 $ 2,478,687 $ 2,815,993

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 11.80 11.75 11.55

143
DEPARTMENT by Fund PUBLIC WORKS
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

2006 2007 2008


Account Clerk II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Equipment Mechanic I/II 6.00 * 6.00 * 6.00 *
Equipment Service Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Garage Service Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Lead Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 1.00 - -
11.00 10.00 10.00

* Does not include 1 Equipment Mechanic I/II defunded since FY 2005

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

144
ACTIVITY SUMMARY MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7831 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Equipment Operations Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for furnishing maintenance services for City-owned vehicles and mechanical equipment. This activity
is supported through vehicle maintenance charges to user departments.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 772,133 $ 898,522 $ 808,385 $ 907,627
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,676,460 1,640,101 1,575,886 1,689,516
Capital Outlay - 41,000 - 157,000
Debt Service 3,138 21,930 21,930 -
Total Expenditures $ 2,451,731 $ 2,601,553 $ 2,406,201 $ 2,754,143

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,601,553

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Analyst 0.30 0.20 0.20
Account Clerk II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Public Works 0.00 0.05 0.05
Equipment Mechanic I/II 7.00 * 7.00 * 7.00 *
Equipment Service Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Garage Service Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Lead Equipment Mechanic 1.00 1.00 1.00
Public Works Operations Manager 0.30 0.30 0.30
Public Works Operations Superintendent 0.20 0.20 0.00
Total Personnel Funded 11.80 11.75 11.55

* One position defunded 2005

145
ACTIVITY SUMMARY COMMUNICATIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7832 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Equipment Operations Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Plans, coordinates and manages radio communications systems for all City departments. Responsibilities include
administration of the equipment maintenance contract, reassignment of equipment from one department to another
and review of the compatibility of new radio purchases with existing systems in the City.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 15,104 $ 23,550 $ 23,590 $ 22,850
Capital Outlay - 18,014 26,028 15,000
Total Expenditures $ 15,104 $ 41,564 $ 49,618 $ 37,850

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 33,550

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

146
ACTIVITY SUMMARY EMPLOYEE COMMUTE VAN
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7833 DEPARTMENT: Public Works
FUND: Equipment Operations Fund FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
A grant provided by the Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District was used to purchase an employee
commute van and a number of City employees have formed a van pool and pay the costs for the operation and
maintenance of the van in an effort to reduce pollution and traffic.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 3,768 $ 4,730 $ 3,230 $ 4,000
Total Expenditures $ 3,768 $ 4,730 $ 3,230 $ 4,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 4,730

ACTIVITY RESOURCES Charges to employees

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

147
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Planning and Community Development Department performs long-range planning for the City’s future
development, processes building and land use applications, issues permits for construction and inspects for code
compliance, manages a residential rehabilitation program, and performs other policy work as required by the City.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 2,152,159 $ 2,683,699 $ 2,393,024 $ 2,925,915
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 932,126 6,068,012 3,180,167 4,155,090
Capital Outlay 13,336 625,483 54,858 29,723
Total Expenditures $ 3,097,621 $ 9,377,194 $ 5,628,049 $ 7,110,728

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 5,261,307

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Planning/Community Dev. Administration 1301 $ 443,631 $ 657,275 $ 737,263 $ 1,003,627
Current Planning 1302 738,282 1,058,684 753,228 958,527
Future Planning 1303 458,931 1,115,354 789,102 944,119
Building & Inspections 2301 737,318 975,712 929,801 1,041,919
Code Enforcement-Revolving Fund 2302 8,211 36,607 - 51,000
Housing & Neighborhoods 5201 9,370 - - -
Housing & Neighborhoods-Other 5290 106,387 53,084 39,300 -
Subtotal General Fund 2,502,130 3,896,716 3,248,694 3,999,192
HOME Investment Partnership Fund 100,305 1,975,435 1,126,035 664,157
Community Dev. Block Grant Fund 494,137 1,156,960 475,556 520,731
CalHome - FTHB Revolving Fund 5290 - 639,600 221,600 -
BEGIN - FTHB Revolving Fund 5290 - 1,050,000 60,000 -
Affordable Housing Trust Fund 5201 1,048 595,205 432,887 1,926,648
American Dream - FTHB Revolving Fund 5290 - 63,277 63,277 -
Subtotal Other Funds 595,490 5,480,478 2,379,355 3,111,536
Total Expenditures $ 3,097,621 $ 9,377,194 $ 5,628,049 $ 7,110,728

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 2,502,130 $ 3,896,716 $ 3,248,694 $ 3,999,192
HOME Investment Partnership Fund 100,305 1,975,435 1,126,035 664,157
Community Dev. Block Grant Fund 494,137 1,156,960 475,556 520,731
CalHome - FTHB Revolving Fund - 639,600 221,600 -
BEGIN - FTHB Revolving Fund - 1,050,000 60,000 -
Affordable Housing Trust Fund 1,048 595,205 432,887 1,926,648
American Dream - FTHB Revolving Fund - 63,277 63,277 -
Total Resources $ 3,097,621 $ 9,377,194 $ 5,628,049 $ 7,110,728

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 27.05 27.05 27.70

148
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 3.00 4.00
Associate Planner 5.75 4.75 6.00
Building Inspector 2.00 2.00 2.00
Chief Building Official 1.00 1.00 1.00
Code Compliance Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
Deputy Building Official 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Director of Planning & Community Development - - 1.00
Director of Planning & Community Development 1.00 1.00 1.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Planner 4.00 4.00 3.00
1 1 1
Resource Ecologist - - -
Senior Building Inspector 3.00 3.00 3.00
Senior Planner 3.00 3.00 2.00
26.75 26.75 28.00

1
Does not include 0.3 Resource Ecologist position defunded since FY 2005

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

149
ACTIVITY SUMMARY PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1301 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for the overall direction of the department and for clerical and support services to other activities in
the department as well as support to advisory bodies including the City Planning Commission, Historic
Preservation Commission and other advisory bodies as needed.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 312,835 $ 452,210 $ 479,510 $ 538,766
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 130,229 195,867 250,868 464,861
Capital Outlay 567 9,198 6,885 -
Total Expenditures $ 443,631 $ 657,275 $ 737,263 $ 1,003,627

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 658,025

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 3.00 3.00 3.60
Director of Planning & Community Development 1.00 1.00 1.00
Office Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 5.00 5.00 5.60

150
ACTIVITY SUMMARY CURRENT PLANNING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1302 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for the basic administration of Title 24, Title 23, and Title 4 of the Santa Cruz Municipal Code
relating to physical development within the City. Duties include: reviewing development plans submitted for
building permits for compliance with the zoning code; reviewing land use applications such as use permits,
variances, coastal permits, design permits, historic alteration and demolition permits, tentative parcel and tract
maps, etc.; preparing staff reports with findings and conditions to present before the Zoning Administrator,
Planning Commission, Historic Preservation Commission, and City Council.

Duties also include: conducting environmental review; coordinating environmental compliance activities of other
city departments; preparing recommendations for zoning code amendments; daily staffing of public counter and
phones to answer zoning questions; attending neighborhood meetings to help answer questions/concerns over
zoning issues or project details; investigating complaints regarding violations of zoning, housing, and property
maintenance requirements and securing property owner compliance; monitoring conditions of approval and
mitigation measures; and other duties as required.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 583,453 $ 773,484 $ 588,557 $ 841,967
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 153,328 285,200 164,671 116,560
Capital Outlay 1,501 - -
Total Expenditures $ 738,282 $ 1,058,684 $ 753,228 $ 958,527

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 987,736

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Associate Planner 3.75 3.75 5.00
Deputy Director of Planning & Community Development 0.00 0.00 1.00
Principal Planner 2.00 2.00 1.00
Resource Ecologist 0.30 * 0.30 * 0.30 *
Senior Planner 2.00 2.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 8.05 8.05 8.30

* Position defunded 2004

151
ACTIVITY SUMMARY FUTURE PLANNING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1303 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Deals with the development of City-wide and neighborhood use plans and programs. This involves adoption and
maintenance of the General Plan, its elements, area plans and the Local Coastal Program. Important to this section
are liaison with other jurisdictions, neighborhood, business and civic groups. Future Planning additionally provides
the following functions: research for litigation, public information regarding City planning,
interdepartmental/interjurisdictional coordination, census analysis, and economic development. The division
carries out research projects as assigned by the City Council and Planning Commission.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 251,029 $ 346,338 $ 253,064 $ 398,769
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 207,902 769,016 536,038 545,350
Total Expenditures $ 458,931 $ 1,115,354 $ 789,102 $ 944,119

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 990,946

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Associate Planner 1.00 0.00 0.00
Administrative Analyst 0.00 1.00 1.00
Principal Planner 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Planner 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 3.00 3.00 3.00

152
ACTIVITY SUMMARY BUILDING & INSPECTIONS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2301 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity administers the Uniform Building Code and other codes and regulations relating to construction. It
provides building information and checks plans for conformance to appropriate standards; inspects construction for
compliance with plans and regulations; performs inspections on housing complaints and assists other divisions and
City departments in structure-related matters and the enforcement of building-related ordinances.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 615,593 $ 725,549 $ 692,555 $ 752,844
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 121,725 248,663 237,246 289,075
Capital Outlay - 1,500 - -
Total Expenditures $ 737,318 $ 975,712 $ 929,801 $ 1,041,919

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 869,962

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant II 0.00 0.00 0.40
Building Inspector 2.00 2.00 2.00
Chief Building Official 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Building Official 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Building Inspector 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 7.00 7.00 7.40

153
ACTIVITY SUMMARY CODE ENFORCEMENT - REVOLVING FUND
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2302 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General - Code Enforcement/Civil Penalties Fund FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Accounts for penalties assessed for nuisance abatement liens and legal judgments which are used as a revolving
fund to finance further code enforcement actions.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 8,211 $ 36,607 $ - $ 51,000
Total Expenditures $ 8,211 $ 36,607 $ - $ 51,000

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 36,607

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

154
ACTIVITY SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5201 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Works to support affordable housing in Santa Cruz by developing and managing housing programs including the
First Time Homebuyer, Housing Rehabilitation, and Inclusionary Housing Programs; works with consultants and
city officials to develop and implement housing policies and ordinances for the City; partners with non-profit
organizations to support affordable housing developments, and participates in the County Housing Action
Partnership (HAP) effort to end homelessness in the region. The division also manages federal Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME grant activities.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 5,075 $ - $ - $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 4,295 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 9,370 $ - $ - $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

155
ACTIVITY SUMMARY HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. - OTHER
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: General FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
State grant to fund City's Accessory Dwelling Unit Program.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 106,387 $ 53,084 $ 39,300 $ -
Total Expenditures $ 106,387 $ 53,084 $ 39,300 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

156
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBERS: 5201, 5202, 5207 & 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: HOME Investment Partnership Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
The Home Investments Partnership Program (HOME) grant provides federal monies to focus on affordable housing
production and include activities such as new housing construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing, tenant
based rental assistance, first-time homebuyer assistance, housing project costs and relocation assistance.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 55,278 $ 33,486 $ 35,043 $ 37,494
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 43,451 1,941,949 1,090,992 626,663
Capital Outlay 1,576 - - -
Total Expenditures $ 100,305 $ 1,975,435 $ 1,126,035 $ 664,157

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 580,097

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Associate Planner 0.00 0.30 0.33
Director of Planning and Community Development 0.00 0.00 0.00
Housing Rehab Program Specialist 0.00 0.00 0.00
Principal Planner 0.00 0.00 0.03
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 0.30 0.36

157
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
(continued)
ACTIVITY NUMBERS: 5201, 5202, 5207 & 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: HOME Investment Partnership Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

2007 2007 2008


Project 2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Number EXPENDITURES BY PROJECT: Actual Budget Actual Budget

h500606 CHDO Operation Expense $ 17,393 $ 41,793 $ 13,793 $ -


h502411 CHDO Project Reserve - 190,019 189,667 -
h502415 Community House - Sound Wall 1,576 - - -
h500005 Grace Commons Housing Project - 791,333 791,333 - -
h502409 HOME Housing Program Fund - 83,210 - -
h502405 HOME 1st-time Homebuyer Program - 582,896 98,872 -
h502400 HOME Program Administration 81,336 57,634 32,370 62,176
h500605 Walnut Ave. Women's Center Project - 228,550 - -
h500801 Mora Street - - - 601,981

Total $ 100,305 $ 1,975,435 $ 1,126,035 $ 664,157

158
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBERS: 5201, 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205, 5206 & 6203 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: Community Development Block Grant Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) provides federal monies to promote development of a viable
community, including decent housing, a suitable living environment for all citizens, and economic development.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 328,895 $ 309,736 $ 299,691 $ 312,427
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 155,550 247,439 127,892 178,581
Capital Outlay 9,692 599,785 47,973 29,723
Total Expenditures $ 494,137 $ 1,156,960 $ 475,556 $ 520,731

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,095,038


520,731

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Associate Planner 1.00 0.45 0.42
Code Compliance Specialist 2.00 2.00 2.00
Principal Planner 1.00 0.87 0.84
Total Personnel Funded 4.00 3.32 3.26

159
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
(continued)
ACTIVITY NUMBERS: 5201, 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205, 5206 & 6203 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: Community Development Block Grant Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

2007 2007 2008


Project 2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Number EXPENDITURES BY PROJECT: Actual Budget Actual Budget

h501641 Beach Flats Community Center $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 5,000


h501617 CDBG Program Administration 120,379 141,851 141,851 137,458
h501622 Code Enforcement 136,999 200,000 142,762 213,384
h501643 Downtown Children's Center Expansion 20,000 10,000 - -
h501698 Familia Center 49,185 40,965 39,513 36,443
h500603 Historic District Signage Program - 8,185 2,585 -
h501611 Homeless Services Center 37,832 31,644 31,656 28,152
h500604 Homeless Services Center Hygiene 9,692 - 5,480 -
h501620 Housing Services Program 80,495 83,000 38,559 44,967
h501619 Relocation Assistance Fund - 7,750 - -
h501624 River Street Shelter 26,233 21,849 25,657 19,438
h501657 Senior Housing Counseling 8,322 6,931 - 6,166
h500607 Homeless Com Res Cntr Improvements - 599,785 42,493 229,723
h501699 Raymond Street Park - 259,000 - -

Total $ 494,137 $ 1,415,960 $ 475,556 $ 720,731

160
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: CalHome - FTHB Revolving Loan Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Provides CALHOME funding for the provision of second mortgages to low-income first-time homebuyers
purchasing homes in Census Tracts 1007 and 1010 and in all City redevelopment project areas.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ - $ 639,600 $ 221,600 $ -
Total Expenditures $ - $ 639,600 $ 221,600 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

161
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: BEGIN - FTHB Revolving Loan Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Provides BEGIN funding for the provision of second mortgages to very-low to moderate-income first-time
homebuyers purchasing homes in either the Blaine Street or the Frederick Street condominium projects.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ - $ 1,050,000 $ 60,000 $ -
Total Expenditures $ - $ 1,050,000 $ 60,000 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

ACTIVITY RESOURCES State grant funds

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

162
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5290 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: American Dream - FTHB Revolving Loan Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Provides funding for the provision of second mortgages to very-low to low-income first-time homebuyers.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies and Other Charges - 63,277 63,277 -
Total Expenditures $ - $ 63,277 $ 63,277 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

163
PROGRAM SUMMARY HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5201 DEPARTMENT: Planning & Community Development
FUND: Affordable Housing Trust Fund FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Affordable Housing Trust Fund established to assist in the creation and preservation of affordable housing in the
City of Santa Cruz for the benefit of low and moderate-income households. Funding includes loans, gifts, grants,
and housing-in-lieu fees which finance various programs and activities. Funded programs and activities include the
Accessory Dwelling Unit Loan Program and the Riverfront Reimbursement Program, which provides
reimbursements for multi-family structural improvements to improve accessibility to affordable units in
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ - $ 42,896 $ 44,604 $ 43,648
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 1,048 537,309 388,283 1,883,000
Capital Outlay - 15,000 - -
Total Expenditures $ 1,048 $ 595,205 $ 432,887 $ 1,926,648

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 42,896

ACTIVITY RESOURCES: Housing in-lieu fees, State grant, loan from City Public Trust and other
funds.

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Associate Planner 0.00 0.25 0.25
Principal Planner 0.00 0.13 0.13
Total Personnel Funded 0.00 0.38 0.38

164
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY NON-DEPARTMENTAL

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
This department includes a variety of programs and expenditures which aggregates costs that are not associated
with a particular department.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 7,185 $ 29,000 $ 165 $ -
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 2,893,275 3,103,925 2,988,413 3,030,487
Total Expenditures $ 2,900,460 $ 3,132,925 $ 2,988,578 $ 3,030,487

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,965,199

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Community Promo.-Conference & Visitor 1501 $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787
Community Promo.-Downtown Business 1502 180,000 199,000 199,000 205,000
Community Promo.-Cultural Council 1503 27,443 27,443 27,443 27,443
City Membership, Dues and Fees 1910 169,250 222,043 103,900 107,043
Animal Control 2401 427,449 478,369 478,369 504,300
Animal Services - Other 2402 3,600 3,600 3,600 3,600
After Hours Call Duty Program 4901 7,185 29,000 165 -
Social Services Programs 6102 1,566,695 1,653,979 1,647,114 1,647,114
Subtotal General Fund 2,766,409 2,998,221 2,844,378 2,879,287
Community Promo.- Downtown Business 1502 134,052 134,704 144,200 151,200
Subtotal General Fund - Designated 134,052 134,704 144,200 151,200
Total Expenditures $ 2,900,460 $ 3,132,925 $ 2,988,578 $ 3,030,487

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 2,766,409 $ 2,998,221 $ 2,844,378 $ 2,879,287
General Fund - Designated 134,052 134,704 144,200 151,200
Total Resources $ 2,900,460 $ 3,132,925 $ 2,988,578 $ 3,030,487

PROJECT EXPENDITURES (See Capital Improvement Program section for detail) $ 2,411,800 $ 2,456,000

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 0.00 0.00 0.00

165
ACTIVITY SUMMARY COMMUNITY PROMOTION
CONFERENCE & VISITOR PROM.
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1501 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Santa Cruz County Conference and Visitors Council was established as a non-profit, public benefit
corporation and serves as a tourism and destination marketing agency for all of Santa Cruz County. The
Conference and Visitors Council is supported by contributions from the cities of Santa Cruz, Watsonville,
Capitola, Scotts Valley, and the County of Santa Cruz as well as various private sector funding sources.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787
Total Expenditures $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787 $ 384,787

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 384,787

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

166
ACTIVITY SUMMARY COMMUNITY PROMOTION
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS PROM.
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1502 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUNDS: General FUNCTION: General Government
General Designated - Co-Op Retail Management Fund

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Downtown Association of Santa Cruz was established as a non-profit agency to promote businesses in the
downtown improvement area. The city levies an assessment on the businesses within this area and passes these
funds back to the Downtown Association for use in promoting the downtown area.

Also included in this activity are assessments collected from property owners in the Cooperative Retail
Management Business Real Property Improvement District (CRM) District. These funds are used by the
Downtown Management Corporation (DMC) in contracting for the downtown host program provided by the
Downtown Association (DTA). The downtown host program provides downtown guides whose responsibility it is
to provide information to shoppers and pedestrians and to ensure the smooth operation of the downtown business
district. In addition, a portion of kiosk and cafe/retail extension area rental revenues are contributed to this
program.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges-BID $ 180,000 $ 199,000 $ 199,000 $ 205,000
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges-CRM* 134,052 134,704 144,200 151,200
Total Expenditures $ 314,052 $ 333,704 $ 343,200 $ 356,200

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 324,704

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

167
ACTIVITY SUMMARY COMMUNITY PROMOTION
CULTURAL COUNCIL OF SC COUNTY
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1503 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This program includes Spectra, an arts in education program which operates in all forty K-8 schools, grant awards
to cultural organizations, and management assistance/marketing for cultural facilities development.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 27,443 $ 27,443 $ 27,443 $ 27,443
Total Expenditures $ 27,443 $ 27,443 $ 27,443 $ 27,443

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 27,443

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

168
ACTIVITY SUMMARY CITY MEMBERSHIP, DUES, and FEES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 1910 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: General Government

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity includes the cost for memberships and dues in organizations of city-wide benefit or mandated
assessments or contributions to other agencies.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 169,250 $ 222,043 $ 103,900 $ 107,043
Total Expenditures $ 169,250 $ 222,043 $ 103,900 $ 107,043

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 222,043

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

169
ACTIVITY SUMMARY ANIMAL CONTROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2401 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City is party to a Joint Powers Authority for enforcement of all animal regulations and provision of assistance
in matters related to animal control.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 427,449 $ 478,369 $ 478,369 $ 504,300
Total Expenditures $ 427,449 $ 478,369 $ 478,369 $ 504,300

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 478,369

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

170
ACTIVITY SUMMARY ANIMAL SERVICES - OTHER
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 2402 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Safety

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The City also contracts for other animal control services such as native animal rescue services.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 3,600 $ 3,600 $ 3,600 $ 3,600
Total Expenditures $ 3,600 $ 3,600 $ 3,600 $ 3,600

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 3,600

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

171
ACTIVITY SUMMARY AFTER HOURS CALL DUTY PROGRAM
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 4901 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: Public Works

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity accounts for contributions from a variety of funds to create a labor pool for use in responding to after
hours emergencies, such as a broken sewer line, or storm debris removal to prevent flooding. The labor pool is
established on a voluntary basis which may require an employee to respond to an emergency not associated with
that employee’s normal duty or funding source. An estimate of annual costs is made and contributions come from
the General Fund, Water Enterprise Fund, Wastewater Enterprise Fund, Parking Enterprise Fund, and the Golf
Enterprise Fund. Contributions from each fund are designated only for use in responding to emergencies arising
out of that fund’s operation. A reconciliation is done at year end and is used as the basis for estimating the next
year contribution from each participating fund.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 7,185 $ 29,000 $ 165 $ -
Total Expenditures $ 7,185 $ 29,000 $ 165 $ -

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 29,000

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

172
ACTIVITY SUMMARY SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 6102 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General FUNCTION: Social Services

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This activity includes contributions to non-profit social service programs that provide necessary and essential
services to a wide variety of community members.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges $ 1,566,695 $ 1,653,979 $ 1,647,114 $ 1,647,114
Total Expenditures $ 1,566,695 $ 1,653,979 $ 1,647,114 $ 1,647,114

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,647,114

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
None 0.00 0.00 0.00

173
PROGRAM SUMMARY SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS
(continued)
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 6102 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General Fund FUNCTION: Social Services

2007 2007 2008


Project 2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Number PROGRAM TITLE: Actual Budget Actual Budget
v601702 Above The Line-Group Home Soc $ 13,636 $ 13,636 $ 13,636 $ 13,636
v601735 Advocacy, Inc 24,214 25,425 25,425 25,425
v601747 Big Brothers Big Sisters 5,867 6,160 6,160 6,160
v601704 CAB-Immigration Project 5,765 6,053 6,053 6,053
v601746 Cabrillo College Stroke Center 23,667 26,763 26,763 26,763
v601738 CAB-Shelter Project 66,683 70,017 70,017 70,017
v601701 California Grey Bears 33,297 34,962 34,962 34,962
v601745 California Rural Legal Assistance 99,164 104,122 104,122 104,122
v601709 Campus Kids Connection 9,353 9,821 9,821 9,821
v601744 Central Coast Center for Ind Living 6,030 6,332 6,332 6,332
v601705 Community Bridges-Child Devlop Div 107,754 113,142 113,142 113,142
v601706 Community Bridges-Lift Line 23,889 25,083 25,083 25,083
v601767 Community Bridges-LOFRC 12,928 13,574 13,574 13,574
v601708 Community Bridges-Meals On Wheels 34,961 36,709 36,709 36,709
v601717 Community Children's Center 74,703 78,438 78,438 78,438
v601720 Conflict Resolution Center 2,667 2,800 2,800 2,800
v601762 Court Appointed Special Advocates 5,880 6,174 6,174 6,174
v601760 Dientes Community Dental Clinic 33,581 35,260 35,260 35,260
v601711 Fam Svc Agncy-Counseling Services 9,746 10,233 10,233 10,233
v601764 Fam Svc Agncy-I You Venture 4,882 5,126 5,126 5,126
v601752 Fam Svc Agncy-Senior Outreach 7,974 8,373 8,373 8,373
v601758 Fam Svc Agncy-Suicide Prevention 7,597 7,977 7,977 7,977
v601741 Familia Center 27,726 29,112 29,112 29,112
v601763 Families In Transition 16,060 16,863 16,863 16,863
v601728 Homeless Community Resource Ctr 60,526 63,552 63,552 63,552
v601733 Homeless Garden Project 10,203 10,713 10,713 10,713
v601721 Homeless Svcs Ctr-ISSP 15,697 16,482 16,482 16,482
v601703 Homeless Svcs Ctr-P. Smith CH 97,454 102,327 102,327 102,327
v601772 Kids and Teens Exploring Nature 130 - - -
v601727 Neighborhood Childcare Center 70,216 73,727 73,727 73,727
v601725 New Life Community Services 10,665 11,198 11,198 11,198
v601722 Parents Center 16,061 16,864 16,864 16,864
v601766 Planned Parenthood Mar Monte 87,090 91,445 91,445 91,445
v601730 S C Women's Health Center 58,722 61,658 61,658 61,658
v601754 Santa Cruz AIDS Project 18,323 19,239 19,239 19,239
v601765 Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos 22,015 23,116 23,116 23,116
v601712 Santa Cruz Boys & Girls Club 4,427 5,116 5,116 5,116
v601723 Santa Cruz Toddler Care Center 78,934 82,881 82,881 82,881
v601732 SC Comm Cnslg Ctr-River St Shelter 18,543 19,470 19,470 19,470
v601719 SC Comm Cnslg Ctr-Youth Services 80,794 84,834 84,834 84,834
v601748 SCCOE-Child Devlop Resource Center 3,993 4,193 4,193 4,193
v601759 Second Harvest Food Bank 51,914 54,510 54,510 54,510
v601731 Senior Citizens Legal Services 20,379 21,398 21,398 21,398
v601742 Senior Network Services 8,460 8,883 8,883 8,883
v601737 Seniors Council-Area Agncy on Aging 7,469 8,554 8,554 8,554
v601753 Seniors Council-Project SCOUT 1,738 1,990 1,990 1,990
(continued)

174
PROGRAM SUMMARY SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS
(continued)
ACTIVITY NUMBERS: 6102 DEPARTMENT: Non-Departmental
FUND: General Fund FUNCTION: Social Services

2007 2007 2008


Project 2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Number PROGRAM TITLE: Actual Budget Actual Budget

v601713 Survivors Healing Center $ 3,639 $ 3,821 $ 3,821 $ 3,821


v601761 Vista Center for Blind Visually Imprd 1,047 1,099 1,099 1,099
v601739 Volunteer Centers of SC County 29,724 31,210 31,210 31,210
v601714 Volunteer Centers-YouthSERVE 9,099 9,554 9,554 9,554
v601716 Walnut Ave Women's Ctr-FSS 9,099 9,554 9,554 9,554
v601734 Walnut Ave Women's Ctr-PAT 47,817 50,208 50,208 50,208
v601715 Welfare & Low Income Support Ntwk 337 6,865 - -
v601726 WomenCARE 4,548 4,775 4,775 4,775
v601724 Women's Crisis Support 59,608 62,588 62,588 62,588

Total $ 1,566,695 $ 1,653,979 $ 1,647,114 $ 1,647,114

175
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY WATER

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Water Department is responsible for collection, conveyance, storage, treatment and distribution of water to
customers within the City of Santa Cruz, Live Oak area, Santa Cruz Gardens, DeLaveaga, Branciforte, Carbonera
Estates, Pasatiempo, Rolling Woods, and Graham Hill areas. The boundaries of this service area are 41st Avenue
on the east, Cowell State Park on the north, Monterey Bay on the south, and Laguna Canyon on the west. Also
responsible for maintenance and operation of Loch Lomond Recreation Area and watershed lands in the Newell
Creek, Zayante and Laguna watersheds.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 6,636,622 $ 7,602,139 $ 7,206,779 $ 7,674,341
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 5,079,995 6,887,521 5,656,162 6,984,469
Capital Outlay - 685,805 459,126 838,900
Depreciation 1,649,080 - 1,916,378 2,109,000
Total Expenditures $ 13,365,697 $ 15,175,465 $ 15,238,445 $ 17,606,710

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 14,699,585

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Water Administration 7101 $ 1,892,213 $ 2,188,002 $ 1,983,718 $ 2,313,826
Water Engineering 7102 1,056,480 1,467,113 1,247,536 1,280,797
Water Customer Services 7103 1,057,261 1,335,674 1,235,415 1,348,420
Water Conservation 7104 432,829 673,148 516,847 608,075
Water Resources Management 7105 598,314 1,102,634 629,198 1,091,871
Water Production 7106 3,208,473 4,038,810 3,698,209 4,473,015
Water Quality Control 7107 459,598 590,493 541,447 599,997
Water Distribution 7108 2,468,891 3,035,107 2,772,154 3,048,013
Water Recreation Facility 7109 542,558 744,483 697,543 733,696
Depreciation 1,649,080 - 1,916,378 2,109,000
Total Expenditures $ 13,365,697 $ 15,175,465 $ 15,238,445 $ 17,606,710

RESOURCES BY FUND:
Water Fund $ 13,199,538 $ 14,935,465 $ 15,088,445 $ 17,406,710
Water System Development Fees Fund 166,159 240,000 150,000 200,000
Total Resources $ 13,365,697 $ 15,175,465 $ 15,238,445 $ 17,606,710

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ 32,890,855 $ 9,170,350

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL FUNDED 89.43 92.30 93.09

176
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY WATER
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Assistant I/II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Assistant Engineer I/II 3.00 4.00 4.00
Associate Civil Engineer 3.00 3.00 3.00
Chemist I/II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Chief Plant Operator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief Ranger 1.00 1.00 1.00
Customer Service Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Water Director/Engineering Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Water Director/Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Water Department 1.00 1.00 1.00
Electrical Technician 1.00 - -
Engineering Technician 3.00 3.00 3.00
Environmental Projects Analyst 1.50 2.00 2.00
Facility Attendant 3.00 3.00 3.00
Landscape Gardener 1.00 1.00 1.00
Microbiologist II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Operations Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 3.00 1.00 1.00
Plant Operator I/II 7.00 9.00 9.00
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Ranger 3.75 3.75 3.75
Senior Electrician - 1.00 1.00
Senior Plant Maintenance Mechanic - 1.00 1.00
Senior Water Conservation Representative 1.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Water Distribution Worker 7.00 7.00 7.00
Service Maintenance Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Water Plant and Production 1.00 1.00 1.00
Utility Service Representative 7.00 7.00 7.00
Utility Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Representative 2.00 2.00 2.00
Water Distribution Field Crew Leader 6.00 6.00 6.00
Water Distribution Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Worker I/II 8.00 8.00 8.00
Water Meter Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Meter Technician 3.00 3.00 3.00
Water Production Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Laboratory Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Resources Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
88.25 90.75 90.75

The positions listed here may be different from the sum of what is listed in the "Personnel Funded" section for each activity.
Those sections show all of the positions or portions of positions funded through that activity. This Personnel Authorization
includes the department's positions or portions of positions that are funded by other departments, and does not include positions
or portions of positions that are funded by this department but located in another department.

177
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7101 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Administers, controls, and manages department business while meeting operation and maintenance expenses,
financing the upgrade of our facilities and future sources of water supply, and maintaining adequate water fund
reserves. Maintains a rate structure that reflects cost of service and encourages reasonable use of water.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 584,369 $ 634,338 $ 614,581 $ 702,317
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,307,844 1,400,664 1,343,137 1,338,009
Capital Outlay - 153,000 26,000 273,500
Total Expenditures $ 1,892,213 $ 2,188,002 $ 1,983,718 $ 2,313,826

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 2,030,607

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Accountant I/II 0.19 0.21 0.78
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Deputy Water Director/Operations Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Director of Water Department 1.00 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.11 0.11 0.11
Principal Administrative Analyst 1.12 1.12 1.12
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.11 0.11 0.11
Senior Accountant 0.13 0.13 0.35
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.12 0.12 0.12
Total Personnel Funded 5.78 5.80 6.59

178
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER ENGINEERING
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7102 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Provides engineering, planning, and project design for construction of necessary water facilities and installation of
water saving technologies. Keeps current of new technologies and water quality issues, remaining sensitive to
mitigation of environmental impacts. Reviews all requests of water services. Maintains records of facilities,
installations and maps. This division oversees the Backflow Prevention Program.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 834,193 $ 1,004,903 $ 955,858 $ 968,905
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 222,287 409,557 267,978 270,292
Capital Outlay - 52,653 23,700 41,600
Total Expenditures $ 1,056,480 $ 1,467,113 $ 1,247,536 $ 1,280,797

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,401,819

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Assistant Engineer I/II 3.00 4.00 4.00
Associate Civil Engineer 3.00 3.00 3.00
Deputy Water Director/Engineering Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Engineering Technician 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 10.00 11.00 11.00

179
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER CUSTOMER SERVICES
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7103 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division manages utility accounts and billing; water meter installation, maintenance and reading; begin and
end utility service; and provide service in response to requests from water, wastewater, refuse, and recycling
customers.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 737,079 $ 838,990 $ 863,376 $ 868,452
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 320,182 349,969 267,339 411,968
Capital Outlay - 146,715 104,700 68,000
Total Expenditures $ 1,057,261 $ 1,335,674 $ 1,235,415 $ 1,348,420

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,331,887

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Customer Service Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Utility Service Representative 7.00 7.00 7.00
Utility Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Meter Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Meter Technician 3.00 3.00 3.00
Total Personnel Funded 13.00 13.00 13.00

180
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER CONSERVATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7104 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises
Water System Development Fees Fund

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division is responsible for promoting efficient water use and for implementing management practices that
reduce customer demand for water, including public information and education activities, plumbing fixture
replacement and appliance rebate programs, technical assistance, and administration of landscape and water waste
regulations.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 222,091 $ 287,454 $ 277,519 $ 265,123
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 210,737 382,541 236,250 342,952
Capital Outlay - 3,153 3,078 -
Total Expenditures $ 432,829 $ 673,148 $ 516,847 $ 608,075

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 653,789

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Senior Water Conservation Representative 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Conservation Representative 2.00 2.00 2.00
Total Personnel Funded 4.00 4.00 4.00

181
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7105 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division is responsible for managing major water resource and environmental projects related to water rights,
water supply, habitat conservation, and environmental resource protection.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 232,808 $ 275,425 $ 231,935 $ 249,498
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 365,506 819,556 395,915 799,373
Capital Outlay - 7,653 1,348 43,000
Total Expenditures $ 598,314 $ 1,102,634 $ 629,198 $ 1,091,871

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 888,764

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Environmental Projects Analyst 1.50 2.00 2.00
Resource Ecologist 0.25 * 0.25 * 0.25 *
Water Resources Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 2.75 3.25 3.25

* Position defunded 2004

182
ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER PRODUCTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7106 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for production, operation and maintenance of water storage, diversion, collection, pumping and
treatment facilities from all sources throughout the system.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,517,659 $ 1,768,470 $ 1,594,898 $ 1,823,202
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 1,690,814 2,086,794 1,937,511 2,333,013
Capital Outlay - 183,546 165,800 316,800
Total Expenditures $ 3,208,473 $ 4,038,810 $ 3,698,209 $ 4,473,015

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 4,035,564

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Chief Plant Operator 1.00 1.00 1.00
Electrical Technician 1.00 0.00 0.00
Landscape Gardener 1.00 1.00 1.00
Network Administrator 0.15 0.50 0.50
Operations Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Plant Maintenance Mechanic II 3.00 1.00 1.00
Plant Operator I/II 7.00 9.00 9.00
Senior Electrician 0.00 1.00 1.00
Senior Plant Maintenance Worker 0.00 1.00 1.00
Service Maintenance Worker 1.00 1.00 1.00
Superintendent of Water Plant and Production 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Production Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 18.15 19.50 19.50

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER QUALITY CONTROL
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7107 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
This division is responsible for the performance of all water quality testing and oversees all matters pertaining to
water quality control to maintain compliance with State and federal standards and for planning for future treatment
needs.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 367,864 $ 420,072 $ 409,057 $ 407,641
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 91,735 156,921 123,390 187,356
Capital Outlay - 13,500 9,000 5,000
Total Expenditures $ 459,598 $ 590,493 $ 541,447 $ 599,997

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 590,493

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Chemist I/II 2.00 2.00 2.00
Microbiologist II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Laboratory Technician 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Quality Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Personnel Funded 5.00 5.00 5.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER DISTRIBUTION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7108 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for the maintenance and operation of all transmission and distribution mains throughout the water
piping network. The division also has maintenance and operation responsibility for all service lines and hydrants.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 1,712,182 $ 1,867,749 $ 1,777,755 $ 1,906,412
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 756,709 1,094,273 921,399 1,079,601
Capital Outlay 73,085 73,000 62,000
Total Expenditures $ 2,468,891 $ 3,035,107 $ 2,772,154 $ 3,048,013

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 3,022,179

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Senior Water Distribution Worker 7.00 7.00 7.00
Water Distribution Field Crew Leader 6.00 6.00 6.00
Water Distribution Field Supervisor 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Superintendent 1.00 1.00 1.00
Water Distribution Worker I/II 8.00 8.00 8.00
Total Personnel Funded 23.00 23.00 23.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY WATER RECREATION FACILITY
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 7109 DEPARTMENT: Water
FUND: Water Fund FUNCTION: Enterprises

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
Maintains and operates Loch Lomond Recreation Area; provides visitor services, park patrol, lake patrol,
maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds; and operation of concession and boat rental activities and gate
receipts.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 428,378 $ 504,738 $ 481,800 $ 482,791
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 114,180 187,245 163,243 221,905
Capital Outlay - 52,500 52,500 29,000
Total Expenditures $ 542,558 $ 744,483 $ 697,543 $ 733,696

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 744,483

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL FUNDED:
Chief Ranger 1.00 1.00 1.00
Facility Attendant 3.00 3.00 3.00
Ranger 3.75 3.75 3.75
Total Personnel Funded 7.75 7.75 7.75

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT &
REDEVELOPMENT (CITY)

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
The Redevelopment Department provides staffing for the Redevelopment Agency and special grant projects. It also
provides property acquisition and property management services for the City and its special projects. In addition to
these tasks, the Department conducts research and contributes support for a wide variety of special projects
assisting various City Departments.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Personnel Services $ 841,114 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 22,032 107,968 16,080 -
Total Expenditures $ 863,146 $ 1,116,092 $ 841,957 $ 1,250,565

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,008,124

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Redevelopment Administration 5401 $ 841,114 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 5590 $ 22,032 $ 107,968 $ 16,080 $ -
Total Expenditures $ 863,146 $ 1,116,092 $ 841,957 $ 1,250,565

RESOURCES BY FUND:
General Fund $ 863,146 $ 1,116,092 $ 841,957 $ 1,250,565
Total Resources $ 863,146 $ 1,116,092 $ 841,957 $ 1,250,565

PROJECT EXPENDITURES $ - $ -

2006 2007 2008


TOTAL PERSONNEL 8.47 9.47 11.51

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT &
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION REDEVELOPMENT (CITY)

2006 2007 2008


Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Economic Development Manager - 1.00 1.00
Property Manager - - 1.00
Redevelopment Director 1.00 1.00 1.00
Redevelopment Manager 3.00 2.00 2.00
Redevelopment Project Coordinator 2.00 2.00 2.00
9.00 9.00 10.00

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ACTIVITY SUMMARY REDEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 5401/5590 DEPARTMENT: Economic Development and Redevelopment (City)
FUND: General FUNCTION: Community & Economic Development

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:
The Redevelopment Administration provides staffing for the Redevelopment Agency which is responsible for the
implementation of redevelopment plans for the Merged Earthquake Recovery and Reconstruction Project and the
Eastside Business Improvement Redevelopment Project. The Administration also staffs the Downtown Recovery
Plan, assists with retail recruitment and economic development. It administers financing for public improvements
relating to redevelopment activities and furnishes special assistance to property owners in redevelopment project
areas. The Administration performs the duties of liaison to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dealing with the San
Lorenzo Flood Control and Environmental Restoration project and contributes project management services for the
Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District. The Administration provides acquisition, negotiation, and property
management services for City-owned properties, prepares grant applications for economic development projects,
and administers funds for the development of low and moderate-income housing.

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY: Actual Budget* Actual Budget
Personnel Services $ 841,114 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565
Services, Supplies, and Other Charges 22,032 107,968 16,080
Total Expenditures $ 863,146 $ 1,116,092 $ 841,957 $ 1,250,565

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 1,008,124

ACTIVITY RESOURCES:
Personnel Services Charges - RDA $ 843,036 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565
Total Resources $ 843,036 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565

NET GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENTS $ 20,110 $ 107,968 $ 16,080 $ -

2006 2007 2008


PERSONNEL:
Accountant I/II 0.28 0.28 1.31
Administrative Analyst 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant I/II 1.00 1.00 1.00
Administrative Assistant III 1.00 1.00 1.00
Economic Development Manager 0.00 1.00 1.00
Human Resources Assistant I/II 0.01 0.01 0.01
Principal Administrative Analyst 0.06 0.06 0.06
Principal Human Resources Analyst 0.01 0.01 0.01
Property Manager 0.00 0.00 1.00
Redevelopment Director 1.00 1.00 1.00
Redevelopment Manager 3.00 2.00 2.00
Redevelopment Project Coordinator 1.00 2.00 2.00
Senior Accountant 0.10 0.10 0.11
Superintendent of Facilities Maintenance 0.01 0.01 0.01
Total Personnel 8.47 9.47 11.51

(Positions are budgeted in the Redevelopment Department but expensed against the Redevelopment Agency.)

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY .

The Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Cruz, a public body, corporate and politic,
exercises governmental functions and powers pursuant to its creation in 1956 under the Community
Redevelopment Law of the State of California (Health and Safety Code Sections 33000, et seq.).

The Agency is responsible for the implementation of redevelopment plans set forth within the
Merged Earthquake Recovery and Reconstruction and the Eastside Business Improvement
Redevelopment Projects. It administers financing for public improvements relating to
redevelopment activities and provides funds in connection with the development of low and
moderate income housing units with the city. These funds assist low and moderate income
households to obtain and/or remain in their housing units. The Agency also works to ensure that the
community and public investments constructed in the downtown area following the 1989 Loma
Prieta Earthquake are properly maintained. This includes an outreach to property owners and
businesses and by the development of retail recruitment and business retention programs to
businesses throughout the community as well as the construction of community trash enclosures,
alley improvements and other public improvements to enhance the private investment activities
incurring in the Project Areas. The Agency manages City-owned properties including the Wharf,
parking garage tenants and kiosk tenants. In addition to managerial services provided to these
properties, the Agency manages in the acquisition, negotiation and disposition activities relating to
them as well. The Agency prepares grant applications for economic development projects,
coordinates public outreach and other services with the property owners and business and residential
community in connection with the utility under grounding, landscaping improvements and street
lighting improvement projects along Mission Street and is assuming public information activities for
the Highway 1/17 Merge Lange Project. In addition to these tasks the Agency conducts research and
contributes support for a wide variety of special projects assisting various City departments and their
real estate activities.

The Agency has initiated a number of economic development activities to promote job growth
through the development of new technology and design based companies. These activities over time
will involve an increasingly large portion of the Agency’s staff effort. As part of this initiative the
Agency has created an Economic Development Manager and renamed the City Department which
administers the Agency’s function the Department of Economic Development and Redevelopment.

Statement of Agency Objectives

In 2004 the Agency adopted its Five-year Implementation Plan for the period beginning January 1,
2005 through December 31, 2009 for the Eastside Business Improvement District and the Merged
Earthquake Recovery and Reconstruction Project. State law requires that the Agency conduct a public
hearing to review the Plan at least once within the five-year period of the Plan and evaluate the progress
in meeting the plans, goals and objectives. The hearing must take place no earlier than two years and no
later than three years after adoption of the Plan. The required public hearing will be held in 2007.

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The Agency listed a number of objectives in that five-year plan in terms of economic development
and the production of low and moderate-income housing. The following programs and projects are
designed to meet the current Five-Year Implementation Plan objectives and include the following:

Objectives
1. To foster economic development programs that provide diverse opportunities for stable,
meaningful work at livable pay, meet retail and service needs of residents and visitors, create
a strong municipal tax base, preserve environmental quality and enhance the character and
quality of community life.

2. To encourage the growth of off-season and off-peak tourism by enhancing the City’s
potential to attract tourists through urban design improvements, promotion, and development
of visitor attractions and provision of a variety of overnight accommodations.

3. To develop a program for increasing the supply of low- and moderate-income housing
throughout the community by providing opportunity sites, financing and other mechanisms to
accomplish the City’s housing objectives.
Budget items meeting the above objectives include:
Continue planning and organizational work for the proposed Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary
Visitor Center;
Continue activities necessary to complete the construction/development of the Tannery Arts
Center;
Complete reconstruction of the final Pacific Avenue vacant properties through attracting
businesses, development of technology business and retail tenants complimentary to the existing
retailers;
Complete implementation of the Bolton Hill DDA for development of 60 units of for sale
housing at1547 Pacific Avenue;
Continue implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Santa Cruz County
Metropolitan Transit District for planning a mixed-use residential/commercial improvement of
the downtown Metro Center;
Complete design and engineering work on improvements to the Highway 1/9 Intersection;
Continue to identify and assist anchor retail tenants and implement a retail recruitment program;
Provide support to the Cooperative Retail Management Program;
Facilitate the development of affordable and market rate housing projects in the community and
provide assistance as may be warranted;
Update and distribute bi-monthly "Space Available" flyer;
Support small business development and business retention;
Continue mural and landscape planting grant programs in connection with the downtown and the
rest of the project areas;
Continue the Downtown Storefront Improvement Program;

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Continue management of social outreach program;


Work with the business community to ensure the continued health of the downtown business
environment including the retail, office and housing communities;
Continue public information services for the Highway 1/17 Merge Lane Project;
Develop program to work with existing motel owners to enhance and expand our visitor serving
facilities;
Continue efforts to complete the final phase of the Corps of Engineers San Lorenzo River Flood
Control and Environmental Enhancement Project;
Provide assistance for new businesses to locate in the Harvey West Industrial Area;
Continue public information assistance for the Mission Street Utility Undergrounding and
landscaping projects;
Continue the implementation of the Mission Street Facade Improvement Program;
Continue the implementation of the River Street Façade Improvement Program;
Continue to participate in County of Santa Cruz Workforce Preparedness Project;
Apply for Federal and State financial assistance as it becomes available to supplement Agency
funding on construction projects;
Continue site visits with local companies in order to indicate City's recognition of the need for
business to provide living wage jobs, job training and providing a tax base for the City;
Continue the work of the technology recruitment and development program;
Continue development of the technology transfer center;
Continue development of the design center in cooperation with local technology leaders;
Continue local Wi-Fi development efforts;
Support for and participate in the work of the Economic Development Council in cooperation
with the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce and Business community.

4. Continue implementation of the Eastside Business Area Improvement Plan, including the
following:
Continue the façade improvement program in the Eastside to improve the aesthetics and
economy of the area;
Continue maintenance of the public parking at 1111 Soquel Avenue;
Assist in the retention of automotive industry in the Eastside in order to sustain the sales tax
contributions to the City’s General Fund;
Budget items included which meet those objectives are the façade improvement program, and
loan repayment for the North Bay Ford Acquisition assistance.
Continue efforts to seek funding for the improvement of Soquel/Morrissey/Water Streets
intersection.
Assist in Soquel Avenue traffic circulation improvements.

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Continue to explore the opportunity for limited design planning for streetscape improvements to
the Soquel/Seabright intersection.

5. Continue to undertake activities to increase the supply of affordable housing;


Identify opportunities for live/work housing units within the community;
Continue work on the development of the Tannery Arts Center Live/Work affordable housing
project;
Continue work on the 111 Barson Street Transitional Housing Project;
Continue support work on the 1051 Soquel Avenue Grace Commons Project;
Continue the Emergency Rental/Mortgage Assistance and Tenant Based Assistance/Security
Deposit Program;
Identify preservation projects which may be assisted to retain affordability covenants;
Identify projects for a possible first-time homebuyer program; and
Identify private sector rental and for-sale projects which may provide affordable units with
redevelopment assistance.

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
FUND SUMMARIES

Merged Project Area


Capital Debt Special
Projects Service Revenue Total
Funds Funds Fund Merged

Beginning Balances 7/1/06: $ 4,699,468 $ 3,411,190 $ - $ 8,110,658


SOURCES:
Taxes - 7,591,000 - 7,591,000
Intergovernmental 253,183 1,000,000 1,253,183
Miscellaneous Revenues 523,959 108,592 199,179 831,730
Interfund Transfers In 4,193,088 25,740 - 4,218,828
Other Financing Sources 3,413,512 670,777 - 4,084,289
Total Sources 8,383,742 8,396,109 1,199,179 17,979,030

USES:
Operating Budgets 1,717,251 155,000 - 1,872,251
Other Expenditures - 3,119,000 1,199,179 4,318,179
Capital Improvement and Debt Service Programs 3,677,562 - - 3,677,562
Other Debt Service 3,553,024 2,371,489 - 5,924,513
Interfund Transfers out - 4,293,088 - 4,293,088
Total Uses 8,947,837 9,938,577 1,199,179 20,085,593
Net Surplus/(Deficit) (564,095) (1,542,468) - (2,106,563)

Estimated Fund Balance 6/30/07 4,135,373 1,868,722 - 6,004,095


SOURCES:
Taxes - 7,898,000 - 7,898,000
Intergovernmental 151,991 - - 151,991
Miscellaneous Revenues 460,500 90,560 - 551,060
Interfund Transfers In 4,734,600 25,983 - 4,760,583
Other Financing Sources 4,552,500 23,000 - 4,575,500
Total Sources 9,899,591 8,037,543 - 17,937,134

USES:
Operating Budgets 2,121,267 153,000 - 2,274,267
Other Expenditures - 3,295,000 - 3,295,000
Capital Improvement and Debt Service Programs 3,316,500 - - 3,316,500
Other Debt Service 4,734,600 1,273,844 - 6,008,444
Interfund Transfers out - 4,834,600 - 4,834,600
Total Uses 10,172,367 9,556,444 - 19,728,811
Net Surplus/(Deficit) (272,776) (1,518,901) - (1,791,677)

Estimated Fund Balance 6/30/08 $ 3,862,597 $ 349,821 - $ 4,212,418

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FUND SUMMARIES

Eastside Project Area Low &


Capital Debt Moderate
Projects Service Total Income Total
Funds Funds Eastside Housing All Funds

$ 60,704 $ 299,819 $ 360,523 $ 1,987,556 $ 10,458,737

- 547,025 547,025 2,533,157 10,671,182


- - - 17,300 1,270,483
2,118 8,781 10,899 111,051 953,680
89,119 - 89,119 100,000 4,407,947
85,691 - 85,691 310,000 4,479,980
176,928 555,806 732,734 3,071,508 21,783,272

- 12,000 12,000 - 1,884,251


- 290,250 290,250 193,500 4,801,929
111,300 - 111,300 2,309,850 6,098,712
88,919 271,207 360,126 1,621,500 7,906,139
- 89,119 89,119 25,740 4,407,947
200,219 662,576 862,795 4,150,590 25,098,978
(23,291) (106,770) (130,061) (1,079,082) (3,315,706)

37,413 193,049 230,462 908,474 7,143,031

- 570,908 570,908 2,602,300 11,071,208


- - - 17,300 169,291
1,000 7,000 8,000 50,700 609,760
244,400 - 244,400 100,000 5,104,983
235,000 - 235,000 4,810,500
480,400 577,908 1,058,308 2,770,300 21,765,742

- 11,000 11,000 - 2,285,267


- 298,600 298,600 193,500 3,787,100
235,000 - 235,000 300,000 3,851,500
244,400 92,570 336,970 1,622,960 7,968,374
- 244,400 244,400 25,983 5,104,983
479,400 646,570 1,125,970 2,142,443 22,997,224
1,000 (68,662) (67,662) 627,857 (1,231,482)

$ 38,413 $ 124,387 $ 162,800 $ 1,536,331 $ 5,911,549

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
STATEMENT OF PROJECTED REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
By Project Area

2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget Actual Budget

MERGED PROJECT AREA:


REVENUES
Taxes $ 7,302,199 $ 6,981,000 $ 7,591,000 $ 7,898,000
Intergovernmental 31,650 1,300,000 1,253,183 151,991
Miscellaneous Revenues 453,819 801,716 831,730 551,060
TOTAL REVENUES 7,787,668 9,082,716 9,675,913 8,601,051
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Interfund Transfers In 25,022 25,740 25,740 25,983
City Loan Proceeds 1,971,809 4,319,751 4,056,096 4,552,500
Loan Principal Receipts 61,356 28,193 28,193 23,000
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 2,058,187 4,373,684 4,110,029 4,601,483

Total Merged Project Area $ 9,845,855 $ 13,456,400 $ 13,785,942 $ 13,202,534

EASTSIDE PROJECT AREA:


REVENUES
Taxes $ 539,680 $ 522,800 $ 547,025 $ 570,908
Intergovernmental
Miscellaneous Revenues 12,170 10,899 10,899 8,000

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


City Loan Proceeds 9,000 86,919 85,691 235,000
TOTAL REVENUES 560,850 620,618 643,615 813,908

Total Eastside Project Area $ 560,850 $ 620,618 $ 643,615 $ 813,908

LOW & MODERATE INCOME HOUSING:


REVENUES
Taxes $ 2,481,330 $ 2,333,250 $ 2,550,457 $ 2,619,600
Intergovernmental
Miscellaneous Revenues 120,936 126,006 111,051 50,700
TOTAL REVENUES 2,602,266 2,459,256 2,661,508 2,670,300
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Interfund Transfers In - 100,000 100,000 100,000
Loan Principal Receipts 3,400,000 310,000 310,000 -
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 3,400,000 310,000 410,000 100,000

Total Low & Mod Income Housing $ 6,002,266 $ 2,769,256 $ 3,071,508 $ 2,770,300

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
SUMMARY OF INTERFUND TRANSFERS

2007 2007 2007 2008


Adopted Amended Estimated Budget
Budget Budget Actual Projection

MERGED CAPITAL PROJECT FUND FROM:


Merged Debt Service Fund $ 1,554,400 $ 2,736,638 $ 2,737,088 $ 3,070,600
Transfer of advance from City Public Trust Fund
for Mission Street Undergrounding project and
transfers to repay principal and interest on short-
term loans from the City

MERGED LOW/MOD DEBT SERVICE FUND FROM:


Merged Low/Mod Income Housing Special Revenue Fund
27,667 25,740 25,740 25,983
Transfer for annual Tax Allocation Refunding Bond
debt service

REDEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION FUND FROM:


Merged Debt Service Fund 1,456,000 1,456,000 1,456,000 1,664,000
Transfer to repay principal and interest on short-
term administration loan from the City

EASTSIDE CAPITAL PROJECT FUND FROM:


Eastside Debt Service Fund 52,000 89,119 89,119 244,400
Transfers to repay principal and interest on short-
term loans from the City

MERGED LOW/MOD INCOME HOUSING FUND FROM:


Merged Debt Service Fund 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000
Transfer for Low/Mod Income project in Merged
Area

Total $ 3,190,067 $ 4,407,497 $ 4,407,947 $ 5,104,983

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2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY CHARACTER:
Interagency Personnel Services $ 841,114 $ 1,008,124 $ 825,877 $ 1,250,565
Services, Supplies and Other Charges 5,347,762 7,495,003 7,681,483 5,665,407
Capital Outlay 5,732 59,125 38,000 364,400
Debt Service 3,563,646 6,989,693 6,989,691 7,651,869
Total Expenditures $ 9,758,254 $ 15,551,945 $ 15,535,051 $ 14,932,241

*FY 2007 Adopted Budget: $ 14,694,284

EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
RDA Administration 5510 $ 1,583,640 $ 2,124,543 $ 1,884,251 $ 2,285,267
County Coop Agreement-RDA 5520 2,868,075 2,875,600 3,119,000 3,295,000
County/Schools Coop Agreement-RDA 5521 280,226 290,250 290,250 298,600
ERAF Payment 5523 611,686 - - -
River Low/Mod Administration 5602 81,700 183,825 183,825 183,825
Eastside Low/Mod Admin 5603 4,300 9,675 9,675 9,675
Beach Area Motel Façade Program r520011 - 200,000 200,000 100,000
EPA Brownfields Grant Program r520012 821 1,199,179 1,199,179 -
Del Mar Theater Historic Renovation r520003 - 20,000 - 364,000
Del Mar Parking Lot 7 Reconstruction r520022 - 35,000 35,000 -
Hope Services/Skills Center Job Train r520703 108,750 117,500 117,500 117,500
Tannery Artspace Grant r520710 - 275,000 275,000 -
Women's Crisis Support Center OPA r520709 3,825 4,000 4,000 3,825
Downtown Outreach Program r527461 35,000 50,000 50,000 50,000
Downtown Management Program r527483 55,557 60,000 60,000 60,000
Seabright/Murray Façade r527484 498 42,612 42,612 -
Economic Dev. Mktg Workplan r527485 - 75,000 75,000 100,000
Grafitti Abatement Program r527488 24,611 92,490 92,490 50,000
Emergency Rent/Mortgage Assistance Pr r527523 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000
Non-Profit Housing Administration r527527 60,000 - - -
Rental/Security Deposit Assistance r527533 47,587 137,742 137,742 50,000
Parking Deficiency Fee Assist. OPA r527733 35,242 51,000 51,000 21,500
Downtown Façade Program-OPA r527735 70,678 129,322 129,322 -
Mission Street Façade Program r527738 8,517 141,483 141,483 -
Chestnut LLC OPA r527740 63,486 65,000 65,000 66,180
Tarigo Paul OPA r527743 126,856 143,400 143,400 105,000
Eastside Façade Improve-OPA r527750 13,553 49,631 49,631 20,000
River St Façade Program r527760 10,000 90,000 90,000 -
Debt Service - North Bay Ford d520003 69,231 - - -
Debt Service - Consolidated Note d520004 105,180 8,950 8,950 8,950
Debt Service - Chestnut Street d520005 6,196 6,395 6,393 6,128
Mariner's Cove d520006 51,979 53,651 53,651 51,417
Debt Service - Notes City of Santa Cruz d520008 1,555,119 1,456,000 1,456,000 1,664,000
Mission Street Undergrounding D/S d520009 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000
Debt Service - Notes City of Santa Cruz d520010 474,298 2,094,054 2,094,054 3,070,600
Brownfield Reuse d520011 16,243 32,113 32,113 -
1280 Shaffer Rd Investors OPA d520012 $ 301,661 $ 230,125 $ 230,125 $ 235,390
1010 Pacific Investors OPA d520013 171,986 146,000 146,000 148,459
Debt Service - CHFA Loan d520016 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000
Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds 04 D/S d520018 331,470 331,472 331,472 331,905

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2007 2007 2008


2006 Amended Estimated Proposed
Actual Budget* Actual Budget
EXPENDITURES BY ACTIVITY:
Tannery Project EPA Grant Match d520019 821 199,179 199,179 -
Debt Service- Notes City of Santa Cruz d520020 9,331 88,919 88,919 244,400
SC Advanced Tech Transfer Ctr Match d520021 - 139,350 139,350 -
Tannery Acquisition Debt Service d520022 - 1,227,000 1,227,000 1,227,000
CCHE Tannery Project Grant Match d520023 - 240,000 240,000
Beach Area Roundabout & Inters. d520024 - 70,000 70,000 -
SLR Bike/Ped Overcrossing d520025 - 50,888 50,888 200,000
Soquel/Water/Morrissey Int. Improv. d520026 - 150,000 150,000 -
Debt Service - COP Payment d600006 64,664 62,626 62,626 63,620
Debt Service - Capital Lease d600005 5,467 2,971 2,971
Total Expenditures $ 9,758,254 $ 15,551,945 $ 15,535,051 $ 14,932,241

CAPITAL PROJECTS AND HOUSING FUNDS $ 5,155,980 $ 2,960,000

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

2007 2008
SEE Project Estimated Proposed
PAGE Fund Number PROJECT TITLE: Actual Budget

CAPITAL PROJECTS AND HOUSING FUNDS:


381 r527737 Acquire/Construct Refuse Collection Sites $ 100,000 $ -
381 r527742 City-wide Sign Program 40,708 300,000
381 r527731 Downtown Alley Imp., Murals & Landscape Grants 138,777 350,000
381 r520707 Downtown Directory Sign Project 6,333 -
381 r520801 Citywide Mural Program - 75,000
381 r520802 Pacific Ave Beach Area Streetscape - 250,000
381 r520803 Tannery Working Studios - 400,000
381 r520804 State Route 1/9 Int. Improvements - 500,000
381 r520805 SC Technology Transfer Center 500,000
381 r520704 Highway 1/9 Intersection 385,938 -
381 r520024 Tannery CCHE Grant Project 480,000 -
381 r527487 Mission Street Undergrounding Assistance 642,584 -
381 r520016 Pacific Station Project 100,000 -
381 r520014 River Street Improvements 500,000 -
381 r527489 Salz Arts District Project 44,482 -
381 r520018 San Lorenzo River Bike/Ped Undercrossing Hwy 1 200,000 200,000
381 r520019 Hwy 1 SLR Bridge Widening 250,000 -
381 r520705 Soquel Garage Tenant Improvement 150,000 -
381 r520007 Tannery Pre-Development 100,000 -
381 r520020 Wharf Refuse Collection Sites 40,000 -
Total Merged Project Area 3,178,822 2,575,000

382 r527752 Eastside Public Parking 17,000 10,000


382 r520708 Soquel Ave Bike Lane ROW Acq 44,300 -
382 r520806 Soquel/Hagemann Intersection Improvements - 75,000
382 r520807 Soquel/Park Way Intersection Design - 75,000
382 r520808 Soquel & Pine Storm Drain Improvements - 75,000
382 r520021 Soquel/Park Way Pedistrian Cross Walk Impr. 50,000 -
Total Eastside Project Area 111,300 235,000

281 r520009 111 Barson St-South County Housing Corp 1,168,000 -


281 r520006 Acquisition of Tannery Property 200,863 -
281 r527538 Beach Flats Affordable Housing - Relocation - -
281 r520007 Pre-development for Tannery Project 171,995 -
281 r520014 River Street Improvements 200,000 150,000
282 r520013 Grace Commons 125,000 -
Total Low and Moderate Income Housing 1,865,858 150,000

Grand Total $ 5,155,980 $ 2,960,000

200
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 1120 City Clerk
Account Number: 101-02-02-1120-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Gestetner 765 Copier with additional tab sheet 13,155
1 holder tray ($25)
Account Total: 13,155
Account Number: 101-02-02-1120-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Document Imaging System Improvements 8,000
Account Total: 8,000
Activity Total: 21,155
Activity: 1230 Human Resources
Account Number: 101-12-00-1230-57901 Software
1 Eden tracking module. 25,000
Account Total: 25,000
Activity Total: 25,000
Activity: 1251 IT Operations
Account Number: 101-15-10-1251-57409 Computer equipment
1 Departmental Scanner for SIRE DI/M - Citywide 27,200
1 project
2 K Server 5,800
3 Print Server 2003 5,800
4 OWA Front End Server 5,500
5 InstaReg web server - Parks & Recreation 5,500
6 City Website Server 5,500
7 ASA 5520 Security Appliance to replace our Pix 515 17,500
8 Server and Application support for network 5,000
8 diagnostic software
Account Total: 77,800
Activity Total: 77,800
Activity: 2102 Police Investigations
Account Number: 101-20-21-2102-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 3 Replacement Unmarked Police Vehicles.~ 66,000
1 Includes all necessary equipment and labor to
1 install per Fleet recommendation.
Account Total: 66,000
Activity Total: 66,000
Activity: 2103 Police Patrol
Account Number: 101-20-22-2103-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 3 Replacement police patrol vehicles with all 153,000
1 necessary equipment and installation costs per
1 Fleet recommendation.
Account Total: 153,000
Account Number: 101-20-22-2103-57403 Radio equipment
1 9 Replacement Mobile Data Computers in patrol 59,000
1 vehicles.
Account Total: 59,000
Account Number: 101-20-22-2103-57990 Other capital outlay
1 0
2 9 Replacement Mobile Video Cameras in patrol 58,000
2 vehicles.
Account Total: 58,000
Activity Total: 270,000
Activity: 2106 Police Traffic

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Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 2106 Police Traffic
Account Number: 101-20-22-2106-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Two(2) replacement police motorcycles with all 66,000
1 necessary equipment and labor to install.
Account Total: 66,000
Activity Total: 66,000
Activity: 2107 Police Records and Service
Account Number: 101-20-23-2107-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 3 Replacement Copiers~ 33,000
1 For Operations Division, Records Section and
1 Administration Division per Purchasing Division
1 recommendation.
Account Total: 33,000
Account Number: 101-20-23-2107-57408 Building equipment
1 Replace security access and monitoring system for 170,000
1 Police Facility.~
1 (Per IT specifications).
Account Total: 170,000
Account Number: 101-20-23-2107-57409 Computer equipment
1 One (1) computer switch and 3 servers.~ 30,000
1 To meet network needs as recommended by IT.
Account Total: 30,000
Activity Total: 233,000
Activity: 2201 Fire Administration
Account Number: 101-21-30-2201-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Copy machine to replace existing machine that has 12,382
1 parts that are no longer replaceable.
2 Furniture and related equipment to remodel 6,800
2 battalion chiefs' office.
Account Total: 19,182
Account Number: 101-21-30-2201-57901 Software
1 Due to the complexity of fire department rank 40,000
1 structure, associated certifications and union
1 MOU related issues, determining the appropriate
1 person to fill a vacancy caused by illness and/or
1 FMLA is tremendously time consuming. The MOU
1 calls for a minimum staffing of 12 fire line
1 personnel each day. This software is used to
1 automate staffing tasks and emergency
1 notifications.
Account Total: 40,000
Activity Total: 59,182
Activity: 2202 Fire/EMS Operations
Account Number: 101-21-31-2202-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Scheduled replacement of 1994 100-ft. aerial 850,000
1 ladder truck (equipment #778). This request will
1 replace a 15-year old (by delivery date) piece of
1 firefighting apparatus that is utilized for
1 rescue and firefighting operations. The
1 apparatus supports operations City-wide, as well
1 as frequent requests from neighboring agencies.
Account Total: 850,000

202
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 2202 Fire/EMS Operations
Account Number: 101-21-31-2202-57403 Radio equipment
1 Current MDC hardware has exceeded its life 76,273
1 expectancy in terms of technological abilities to
1 match current needs of mission critical software.
1 Our units are now in their 6th year of rugged
1 field use and internal parts have been failing on
1 a more frequent basis. In addition, connectivity
1 issues with Netcom have been strained further due
1 to older radio modem technology. More dependable
1 and better connectivity coverage is available
1 through a Verizon wireless solution, but it
1 requires an upgrade in hardware. Upgrading will
1 provide updated electronic mapping linked with
1 GPS. Haz-mat software will be linkable
1 automatically with Internet sources to provide
1 real time management information. Will allow
1 pre-plans and targets to be available
1 electronically, provides for County unit status
1 and incident location throughout the County and
1 will provide aerial mapping and other data that
1 is essential for incident management.
Account Total: 76,273
Account Number: 101-21-31-2202-57901 Software
1 Software needed for MDC radio equipment upgrade. 28,965
Account Total: 28,965
Activity Total: 955,238
Activity: 2203 Fire Prevention
Account Number: 101-21-32-2203-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 State contract Ford F-150 four-wheel drive 32,000
1 pick-up. Purchase will provide Fire Inspector I
1 with a vehicle. Price includes light bars,
1 sirens and fiberglass shell.
Account Total: 32,000
Account Number: 101-21-32-2203-57403 Radio equipment
1 Two mobile radios, with narrow-band capability 4,996
1 for new Fire Inspector position.
2 Two portable radios (with charging systems), with 4,004
2 narrow-band capability for new Fire Inspector
2 position.
Account Total: 9,000
Activity Total: 41,000
Activity: 2204 Marine Rescue Program
Account Number: 101-21-31-2204-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Vehicle for Marine Safety Division 33,000
Account Total: 33,000
Activity Total: 33,000
Activity: 3101 Parks and Recreation Administration
Account Number: 101-30-40-3101-57901 Software
1 CLASS Facility Booking module, 10 licenses 18,000
Account Total: 18,000
Activity Total: 18,000

203
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 3111 Parks Maintenance Central
Account Number: 101-30-41-3111-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Remove blue log fence at Laurel Park; install 10,000
1 metal fence for better visibility.
Account Total: 10,000
Activity Total: 10,000
Activity: 3112 Parks Maintenance East
Account Number: 101-30-41-3112-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Tools required for equipent mechanics duty 8,000
1 assignment.
Account Total: 8,000
Activity Total: 8,000
Activity: 3120 Parks Ranger Program
Account Number: 101-30-41-3120-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 emergency response equipment for new vehicles. 20,000
Account Total: 20,000
Activity Total: 20,000
Activity: 3208 Aquatics - Pool Programs
Account Number: 101-30-42-3208-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Renovate Harvey West Pool Lobby to better serve 7,000
1 the public and meet ergonomic guidelines. Was
1 budgeted in 2007 but was not able to be completed.
Account Total: 7,000
Account Number: 101-30-42-3208-57408 Building equipment
1 6' lifeguard tower replacement of ancient/unsafe 4,600
1 redwood tower.~
1 (move to object #54202?)
2 8' lifeguard tower replacement of ancient/unsafe 4,800
2 redwood tower
3 Replacement pool vacuum 6,000
4 Purchase and installation of suit spinners for 3,000
4 each changing room.~
4 (move to object #54202?)
Account Total: 18,400
Activity Total: 25,400
Activity: 3210 Museum
Account Number: 101-30-42-3210-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 work stations & office furniture 15,000
Account Total: 15,000
Activity Total: 15,000
Activity: 3212 Louden Nelson Community Center
Account Number: 101-30-43-3212-57990 Other capital outlay
1 12 channel dimmer pack, used to control 4,000
1 electrical current to theater lighting
1 instruments. Current dimmer is 15 plus years old
1 and at the end of its useful life.
2 Replacement fire suppression system for 3,500
2 commercial range hood. Per 2007 inspection, the
2 current model is obsolete and no longer
2 serviceable or able to be inspected.
3 Locking fenced enclosure at rear of building for 4,000
3 dumpster and recycling storage to prevent

204
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 3212 Louden Nelson Community Center
Account Number: 101-30-43-3212-57990 Other capital outlay
3 vandalism and fires being set.
4 Sprinkler system for dumpster and recycling area, 2,000
4 required by code per Fire Inspector.
Account Total: 13,500
Activity Total: 13,500
Activity: 4210 Street Maintenance and Sidewalk Repair
Account Number: 101-40-61-4210-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 3/4 ton truck w/ utility boxes. Replacement for 31,000
1 #470.
Account Total: 31,000
Activity Total: 31,000
Activity: 4221 Parking Control
Account Number: 101-40-64-4221-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replace parking enforcement scooters 385, 370 and 45,000
1 359. Price includes tax. Split with 7401.
Account Total: 45,000
Activity Total: 45,000
Activity: 4222 Parking Maintenance
Account Number: 101-40-61-4222-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Conversion of remaining mechanical meters to 31,080
1 electronic mechanisms (includes mechanisms, tax
1 and shipping)
2 Conversion of remaining mechanical meters to 54,300
2 closed collection system (includes new Abloy
2 locks, vault housings w/closed collection cans,
2 yokes for double head installation, tax and
2 freight)
Account Total: 85,380
Activity Total: 85,380
Activity: 5203 Public Facility Improvements
Account Number: 261-50-73-5203-57203 Building remodeling
1 h500607 - Homeless Community Resource Center 29,723
1 Improvements~
1 $229,723 is allocated for this project: $200,000
1 for debt service to pay a portion of the advance
1 from the City Public Trust, and the difference of
1 $29,723 will be added to the carryover already in
1 the project.
Account Total: 29,723
Activity Total: 29,723
Activity: 5510 RDA Administration
Account Number: 385-52-80-5510-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Miscellaneous equipment as needed 400
Account Total: 400
Activity Total: 400
Activity: 5572 Public Improvements-Buildings
Account Number: 381-52-80-5572-57203 Building remodeling
1 r520805 Technology Transfer Center 500,000
Account Total: 500,000
Activity Total: 500,000

205
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 5573 Public Improvements-Alleys
Account Number: 381-52-80-5573-57304 Street systems
1 r527731 Downtown Alley Improvements 350,000
Account Total: 350,000
Activity Total: 350,000
Activity: 5579 Public Improvements-Other
Account Number: 281-52-80-5579-57304 Street systems
1 r520014 River Street Improvements (Also in fund 150,000
1 381)
Account Total: 150,000
Account Number: 381-52-80-5579-57304 Street systems
1 r520802 Pacific Ave (Beach Area) Streetscape 250,000
Account Total: 250,000
Account Number: 381-52-80-5579-57307 Pedestrian/bike systems
1 r520018 Highway 1 Bike/Pedestrian Underpass 200,000
Account Total: 200,000
Account Number: 382-52-80-5579-57304 Street systems
1 r520807 Soquel/Park Way Intersection Design 75,000
Account Total: 75,000
Account Number: 382-52-80-5579-57311 Flood control and storm drainage facilit
1 r520808 Soquel & Pine Storm Drain Improvements 75,000
Account Total: 75,000
Activity Total: 750,000
Activity: 5590 Redevelopment - Other
Account Number: 381-52-80-5590-57304 Street systems
1 r520804 State Route 1/9 Intersection Improvements 500,000
Account Total: 500,000
Account Number: 381-52-80-5590-57390 Other infrastructure
1 r527742 Citywide Sign Program 300,000
2 r520801 Citywide Mural Program 75,000
Account Total: 375,000
Account Number: 382-52-80-5590-57304 Street systems
1 r520806 Soquel/Hagemann Intersection Design 75,000
Account Total: 75,000
Activity Total: 950,000
Activity: 7101 Water Administration
Account Number: 711-70-90-7101-57203 Building remodeling
1 Remodel of City Hall offices 100,000
Account Total: 100,000
Account Number: 711-70-90-7101-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Work station, chair and filing system - GHWTP 7,000
2 Furniture - remodel in City Hall 160,000
3 Replacement for copier 6,500
Account Total: 173,500
Activity Total: 273,500
Activity: 7102 Water Engineering
Account Number: 711-70-91-7102-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Plotter in the new offices 15,000
Account Total: 15,000
Account Number: 711-70-91-7102-57406 Tools
1 Conductivity logger 9,000

206
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 7102 Water Engineering
Account Total: 9,000
Account Number: 711-70-91-7102-57901 Software
1 ArcEditor software - new seat 7,600
2 GIS AutoCad Editing software 10,000
Account Total: 17,600
Activity Total: 41,600
Activity: 7103 Water Customer Services
Account Number: 711-70-92-7103-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replacement truck for #400, 1/2 ton (Meter Shop) 18,000
Account Total: 18,000
Account Number: 711-70-92-7103-57409 Computer equipment
1 2 servers for Eden Utility Billing 10,000
Account Total: 10,000
Account Number: 711-70-92-7103-57901 Software
1 Licenses for Eden Utility Billing (unlimited 40,000
1 users)
Account Total: 40,000
Activity Total: 68,000
Activity: 7105 Water Resources Management
Account Number: 711-70-94-7105-57202 Buildings - purchase
1 Replacement for #421 - Ford F150 29,000
2 Utility shell for new truck 4,000
Account Total: 33,000
Account Number: 711-70-94-7105-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Pressure transducers for stream gages 10,000
Account Total: 10,000
Activity Total: 43,000
Activity: 7106 Water Production
Account Number: 711-70-95-7106-57203 Building remodeling
1 Grating replacement - Coast Pump Station 7,500
2 Painting - Felton Diversion, Thurber Pump Station 14,500
Account Total: 22,000
Account Number: 711-70-95-7106-57405 Heavy equipment
1 U4 150HP tefc motor 16,500
2 Felton diversion control panel upgrade 25,000
3 Pasatiempo pumps soft starts 9,000
4 Replacement of 2 alum tanks 50,000
5 Overflow from reclaim to sludge tank 10,000
6 Seismic upgrades for chem tanks 12,000
7 Sludge tank mixer 80,000
8 Beltz reclaim mixer 10,000
9 Hydro generator for fish release at Loch Lomond 40,000
9 dam
Account Total: 252,500
Account Number: 711-70-95-7106-57406 Tools
1 Auto sampler 7,500
2 TSS analyzer 6,000
3 Rosemont chlorine analyzers (2) 8,000
4 Level sensors for FWT and WWT 7,000
5 Streaming current detector 8,000
Account Total: 36,500

207
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 7106 Water Production
Account Number: 711-70-95-7106-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Liddell Spring 10" mag meter 5,800
Account Total: 5,800
Activity Total: 316,800
Activity: 7107 Water Quality Control
Account Number: 711-70-96-7107-57901 Software
1 Interface software for IC, AAs and GC to LIMS 5,000
Account Total: 5,000
Activity Total: 5,000
Activity: 7108 Water Distribution
Account Number: 711-70-97-7108-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replacement for #502, 1 ton utility body truck 36,000
2 Replacement for #495, 1/2 ton extra cab 4x4 22,000
Account Total: 58,000
Account Number: 711-70-97-7108-57403 Radio equipment
1 Replacement radio equipment (by C.Meakin) 4,000
Account Total: 4,000
Activity Total: 62,000
Activity: 7109 Water Recreation Facility
Account Number: 711-70-98-7109-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replacement for #447, 4x4 SUV 29,000
Account Total: 29,000
Activity Total: 29,000
Activity: 7202 Wastewater Mains/Flood Control
Account Number: 721-40-61-7202-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replace vehicle #468 24,000
Account Total: 24,000
Account Number: 721-40-61-7202-57409 Computer equipment
1 New division computer 1,700
Account Total: 1,700
Account Number: 721-40-61-7202-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Equipment barn upgrade at WWTF 6,900
Account Total: 6,900
Activity Total: 32,600
Activity: 7203 WastewaterTreatment Facility
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replace 2-operations pickup trucks 20,000
Account Total: 20,000
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57407 Equipment components
1 Front gate speaker upgrade and rewire 6,000
2 Replace DC motors and controls with VFD/AC 17,000
3 Flight drain pumps rebuild parts 14,000
4 Influent pump parts for #3 and #6 10,000
5 Cogen #1 AFM circuit board 7,500
6 Hydraulic pump for centrifuge #2 reconditioned 7,500
7 6-New head assembly for cogen 1 or 2 15,000
8 Insulate cat engine exhaust catalytic converters 5,000
9 Re-insulate Digester #4 Heat Loop Circ. Pump 5,000
10 PSS Tank #4 Scum Line repair 8,800
Account Total: 95,800

208
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 7203 WastewaterTreatment Facility
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57408 Building equipment
1 Facility doors 25,000
2 Swamp cooler maintenance building 5,000
3 Windows for environmental office 5,000
Account Total: 35,000
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57409 Computer equipment
1 SDB/Cogen building network cable extension 15,000
2 SCADA biometrics authentification 24,000
3 SCADA intrusion detection system 21,000
4 Network equipment replacement 16,500
5 3-phase UPS for admin building 14,000
Account Total: 90,500
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57901 Software
1 SCADA IO server software upgrades 2,500
2 SCADA Application server software 15,000
3 SCADA terminal server conversion software 9,000
Account Total: 26,500
Account Number: 721-40-65-7203-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Moyno pump replace PSS scum & sec scum 15,000
2 Emergency disinfection SHC pumps 5,000
3 Facility storm drain insert cement repair 9,000
4 TNT Anti Siphon Valves 7,400
5 Miller welder with unit for tig welding 5,000
6 Digester 1, 2, 3, 4, gas mixing compressor rebuild 40,000
7 Secondary inst. Air compressor 5,000
8 Glass Lined Grit Piping 10,000
9 Bead sandblaster 5,000
10 Cranking motor for all engines at facility for 5,500
10 valve adjusting
Account Total: 106,900
Activity Total: 374,700
Activity: 7208 Wastewater Lab
Account Number: 721-40-65-7208-57901 Software
1 Upgrade to Adobe for generating Chain of Custody 200
1 documents for inter-lab work
2 Collaborative software for inter-lab work 1,300
Account Total: 1,500
Activity Total: 1,500
Activity: 7302 Refuse Collection
Account Number: 731-40-63-7302-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replacement CNG Rear Loader for vehicle #713, a 255,000
1 1996 Volvo identified in the Refuse Enterprise
1 Fund Vehicle Replacement Program.
2 Hybrid replacement vehicle for vehicle #164, a 28,000
2 1996 Ford Sedan identified in the Refuse
2 Enterprise Fund Vehicle Replacement Program.
2 This vehicle was pushed back from last year's
2 budget.
Account Total: 283,000
Account Number: 731-40-63-7302-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Replacement compactor for El Centro 22,500
2 Replacement Copier, Gestener 735e shared with 4,200

209
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 7302 Refuse Collection
Account Number: 731-40-63-7302-57990 Other capital outlay
2 Activity 7305
Account Total: 26,700
Activity Total: 309,700
Activity: 7303 Refuse Disposal
Account Number: 731-40-63-7303-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 4 wheel drive "mule" ATV for winterization and 9,800
1 site maintenance
2 Conversion of sanitation front-loader chassis 34,750
2 with roll-off body.
Account Total: 44,550
Account Number: 731-40-63-7303-57405 Heavy equipment
1 Caterpillar Skid Steer Loader to replace existing 45,000
1 worn out unit
Account Total: 45,000
Activity Total: 89,550
Activity: 7304 Recycling Program - Processing
Account Number: 731-40-63-7304-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Conversion of sanitation front-loader chassis 34,750
1 with roll-off body
Account Total: 34,750
Account Number: 731-40-63-7304-57405 Heavy equipment
1 Replacement wheelloader for recycling center 80,000
Account Total: 80,000
Account Number: 731-40-63-7304-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Replacement of baler conveyor 60,000
2 30 yard roll-off boxes for recycling center yard 15,150
3 4-way bucker for CAT 924G wheel loader 19,500
Account Total: 94,650
Activity Total: 209,400
Activity: 7305 Recycling Program - Collection
Account Number: 731-40-63-7305-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Replacement Copier, Gestetner 735e, shared with 4,100
1 7302
Account Total: 4,100
Activity Total: 4,100
Activity: 7307 Street Cleaning
Account Number: 731-40-63-7307-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Hybrid pick up truck replacement truck for #532 32,000
2 Small sweeper to access the beach area bike lanes 80,200
2 and downtown area.
Account Total: 112,200
Activity Total: 112,200
Activity: 7401 Off-Street Parking
Account Number: 741-40-64-7401-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 Replacement of enforcement scooters 385, 370 and 45,000
1 359. Cost shared with Parking Control (4221)
Account Total: 45,000
Account Number: 741-40-64-7401-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Trash cans for surface parking lots to allow 16,000

210
Capital Outlay - Fiscal Year 2008
Item Description Proposed Budget
Activity: 7401 Off-Street Parking
Account Number: 741-40-64-7401-57990 Other capital outlay
1 servicing by garbage vehicles
2 Funds budgeted for replacement of parking access 126,000
2 and revenue control system at Soquel Garage,
2 includes all new equipment
3 Purchase of new F150 pickup with tilt bed and 29,000
3 toters to allow collection of trash on Pacific
3 Avenue and parking garages with less risk of
3 injury and greater efficiency
Account Total: 171,000
Activity Total: 216,000
Activity: 7601 Golf Course
Account Number: 761-30-45-7601-57401 Office furniture/equipment
1 Work station, chair, and scanner for golf course 5,000
1 superintendent's office.
Account Total: 5,000
Account Number: 761-30-45-7601-57403 Radio equipment
1 2 way radio equipment for golf course staff. 4,000
Account Total: 4,000
Account Number: 761-30-45-7601-57490 Other machinery and equipment
1 Replacement satellite control boxes for 23,400
1 irrigation system that are deteriorated and
1 disfunctional. Effects water use efficiency.
2 tax and freight 1,600
Account Total: 25,000
Activity Total: 34,000
Activity: 7831 Mechanical Maintenace
Account Number: 811-40-61-7831-57402 Vehicle equipment
1 3 new vehicles for City pool 54,000
Account Total: 54,000
Account Number: 811-40-61-7831-57990 Other capital outlay
1 Donalson Thermal Regenerator for cleaning 23,000
1 particulate matter from diesel filters.
2 ARB mandated improvements to fuel pumps 80,000
Account Total: 103,000
Activity Total: 157,000
Activity: 7832 Communications
Account Number: 811-40-61-7832-57990 Other capital outlay
1 New building for radio equipment located at Bay 15,000
1 Street Reservior. Water Dept. project would
1 displace current dilapidated building. Cost
1 include building and professional services to
1 install on-site.
Account Total: 15,000
Activity Total: 15,000

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PARKS AND RECREATION

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QUIIMBY ACT & PARKS FACILITIES TAX FUNDS (241-249)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

200 Raymond Street Park


c300013
Creation of new park for neighborhood community gardens.

Project Cost Estimate $ 9,694 $ 46,550 $ 300,000 $ - $ 356,244


Grant Funding - - (24,775) - (24,775)
CDBG Funding - - (259,000) - (259,000)
Parks Facilities Tax (9,694) (46,550) (16,225) - (72,469)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Central Park Playground Replacement


c300014
Existing play equipment is old and deteriorating. Replacement is necessary to meet modern safety standards.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 30,000 $ 30,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (30,000) (30,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Civic Auditorium Floor Replacement


c300027
Replace existing hardwood floor.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 117,500 $ - $ 117,500


Parks Facilities Tax - - (117,500) - (117,500)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Civic Auditorium Kitchen Renovation


c300004

Project includes upgrading plumbing, replacement of commercial refrigerator, stove, and installing new flooring and sink.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 14,000 $ 14,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (14,000) (14,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -
Civic Auditorium Restroom Renovation
c300801
Renovate existing men's and women's restrooms to meet ADA standards.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 80,000 $ 80,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (80,000) (80,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Civic Auditorium, Convert Old Fire Administration Offices to Dressing Rooms


c300504

Design and construct dressing rooms in Civic Auditorium. Work to include electrical, plumbing and structural renovation.

Project Cost Estimate $ 22,040 $ 5,650 $ - $ 25,000 $ 52,690


Parks Facilities Tax (22,040) (5,650) - (25,000) (52,690)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

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QUIIMBY ACT & PARKS FACILITIES TAX FUNDS (241-249)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Coastal Prairie Mitigation


c300031

Mitigation fund set up through the County of Santa Cruz for coastal prairie restoration paid by developer mitigation fees.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 2,114 $ 28,554 $ - $ 30,668


Developer Fees - (2,114) (28,554) - (30,668)
Net Expenditure - - - - -
Annual
DeLaveaga Park Irrigation Line Replacement
c300802
Installation of new PVC irrigation main to replace existing asbestos cement water line.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 40,000 $ 40,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (40,000) (40,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

DeLaveaga Park Playground Replacement


c300803
Replace deteriorated playground equipment in DeLaveaga Park. Develop design specification and construction documents in
2008; construction in 2009.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - - -
Quimby Act Funds - - - (20,000) (20,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

DeLaveaga Park Storage Building


c300804
Expand existing storage area to create additional storage space for tools and equipment.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (20,000) (20,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Derby Park Tennis Court Resurfacing & Fence Repair


c300805
Resurface existing tennis court and repair fence damaged in winter storm.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 55,000 $ 55,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (55,000) (55,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

East Cliff Stairs Repair


c300806
Replacement of treads on existing stairs at Third Street overlook.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 12,000 $ 12,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (12,000) (12,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Garfield Park Basketball Court Resurfacing


c300807
Recondition,apply new Plexipave surfacing, and install new basketball standards.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (20,000) (20,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION
QUIIMBY ACT & PARKS FACILITIES TAX FUNDS (241-249)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Greenbelt Master Planning and Implementation


c309242

Continuation of development and implementation of Master Plans for Pogonip, Arana Gulch, and Moore Creek Preserve areas.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 150,492 $ 28,782 $ 130,000 $ 309,274


Parks Facilities Tax (Greenbelt) - (150,492) (28,782) (130,000) (309,274)
Net Expenditure - - - - -
Annual

Harvey West Park Little League Fence Replacement


c300808
Extend and raise existing outfield fence to protect private property from damage.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 15,000 $ 15,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (15,000) (15,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Harvey West Park Play Area Resilient Surfacing


c300809
Replace existing rubber matting tiles with new resilient surfacing for improved fall zone safety.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 15,000 $ 15,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (15,000) (15,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Harvey West Pool Slide


c300028
Replace current slide which is a playground slide that has been adapted.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 108,000 $ - $ 108,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - (108,000) - (108,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Laurel Park Playground Renovation


C300810
Existing play equipment is old and deteriorating. Replacement is necessary to meet modern safety standards.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 250,000 $ 250,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (250,000) (250,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Louden Nelson Center Building Improvements


c300029
Replace deteriorated classroom windows that have lead paint; reroute boiler pipes to increase efficiency.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 97,000 $ - $ 97,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - (97,000) - (97,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Museum Renovations*
c300811
Repair structural damage and complete code compliance upgrades.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 200,000 $ 200,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (200,000) (200,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

* Some project costs may be eligible for 2% for Public Art contribution.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION
QUIIMBY ACT & PARKS FACILITIES TAX FUNDS (241-249)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Museum Roof Repair


c300023
Repair existing flat built-up roof section at City Natural History Museum.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 12,000 $ - $ 12,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - (12,000) - (12,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Pogonip Gullies Erosion Control / Trail Repairs


c300513
Repair and restore eroded gullies and trail segments (cooperative project with UCSC and County of Santa Cruz).

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 90,000 $ 90,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (90,000) (90,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

San Lorenzo Duck Pond Renovation


c300812
Replace damaged pond liner to reduce water loss and improve water quality.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 120,000 $ 120,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (120,000) (120,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Town Clock Exterior Painting


c300813
Preventative maintenance and repainting of town clock exterior; last painting was done 10 years ago.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 18,000 $ 18,000


Parks Facilities Tax - - - (18,000) (18,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Tyrell Park Retaining Wall Replacement


c300814
Demolish and reconstruct engineer retaining wall to support existing pathway and reduce erosion into nearby creek.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 45,000 $ 45,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (45,000) (45,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Upper DeLaveaga Park Erosion Repairs


c300815
Implement erosion control measures to address issues in the Arana Gulch Watershed in accordance with plans and specifications
funded by Integrated Watershed Restoration Program.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ 100,000


Quimby Act Funds - - - (100,000) (100,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Wharf East Walkway Reconstruction*


c300030
Replace deteriorated walkway on East side of Wharf from beach to Kiosk #1.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 140,000 $ - $ 205,000 $ 345,000


Parks Facilities Tax - (140,000) - - (140,000)
General Capital Improvement Fund - - (205,000) (205,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

* Some project costs may be eligible for 2%


for Public Art contribution.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION
QUIIMBY ACT & PARKS FACILITIES TAX FUNDS (241-249)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

TOTAL PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 31,734 $ 344,806 $ 691,836 $ 1,504,000 $ 2,195,836

Less Funding Sources:


Grant Funding - - (283,775) - (283,775)
Contributions - Other - (2,114) (28,554) - (28,554)
General Capital Improvement Fund - - - (205,000) (205,000)
Parks Facilities Tax (31,734) (342,692) (379,507) (927,000) (1,306,507)
Quimby Act Funds - - - (372,000) (372,000)

- - - - -

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUNDS (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

IWRP - Delaveaga Park


c309250
Implement erosion control measures to address issues in the Arana Gulch Watershed in accordance with plans and specifications
funded by Integrated Watershed Restoration Program.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 9,959 $ 46,000 $ - $ 55,959


Grant Funding - (9,959) (46,000) - (55,959)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Wharf East Walkway Reconstruction*


c300030
Replace deteriorated walkway on East side of Wharf from beach to Kiosk #1.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 205,000 $ 205,000

* Some project costs may be eligible for 2% for Public Art contribution.

Wharf Elevator Upgrades


c300816
Code compliance and safety upgrades to elevator in Wharf Commons area.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 30,000 $ 30,000

Wharf Substrate Repair Ongoing


c309239
This project is a continuation of maintenance/repairs to the wharf piling replacement, decking and lower ledgers.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 75,000


Annual

TOTAL PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ - $ 9,959 $ 46,000 $ 310,000 $ 356,000

Less Funding Sources:


Grant Funding - (9,959) (46,000) - (46,000)

Net Capital Improvement


Fund (311-315) $ - $ - $ - $ 310,000 $ 310,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION
GOLF COURSE FUND (761)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Golf Course Erosion Control Improvements


c300521
Install effective erosion control methods throughout the Golf Course.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 15,000 $ 10,000 $ - $ 25,000

Golf Course Storm Damage Repairs


c300751
Repairs required to stabilize and rebuild slope adjacent to #6 fairway damaged by mudslide.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 450,000 $ - $ 450,000


FEMA/OES Grant - - (450,000) - (450,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Golf Course Tree Program


c309285
Maintenance and replacement of trees as needed.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 22,440 $ 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 122,440


Annual

TOTAL GOLF COURSE PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ - $ 37,440 $ 510,000 $ 50,000 $ 597,440

Less Funding Sources:


Grant Funding - - (450,000) - (450,000)

Net Project Costs - 37,440 60,000 50,000 147,440

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PROGRAM
PUBLIC WORKS

221
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GAS TAX FUND (221)

2007 2007 FY 2008


Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Prior Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Bay/Escalona Safety Improvements


c400056
Evaluation of safety improvements in progress, with design and installation of selected project in FY09. Contingent on collecting
traffic impact fees. Grant funding has not been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - 50,000 $ - $ 50,000


City Wide TIF Funding - - (10,000) - (10,000)
Grant Funding - - (40,000) - (40,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Beach/Pacific and Pacific/Center Intersection Roundabouts


c400035
Project currently being designed. Construction of modern roundabouts at the intersections as approved by Council. Assumes loan to
be reimbursed through payment of future Beach/SOLA traffic impact fees.

Project Cost Estimate $ 72,034 $ 150,000 $ - $ 600,000 $ 822,034


Grant Funding - (70,000) - - (70,000)
Traffic Facilities Fee Fund - (80,000) - - (80,000)
Loan Proceeds - - - (600,000) (600,000)
Net Expenditure 72,034 - - - 72,034

Bicycle Parking Program


c409308

Development of bicycle parking facilities and improvements at high use areas. Funding provided by annual TDA grant allocation.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 2,000


State TDA Article 8 Funding - - (1,000) (1,000) (2,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Bikeway Striping and Minor Improvements


c409335
This project provides for the annual restriping of the City's 30 miles of bikeways, maintenance of bikeways and minor improvements
to bikeways in the City. Funding provided by annual TDA grant allocation.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 12,000 $ 19,800 $ 20,000 $ 51,800


State TDA Article 8 Funding - - - (20,000) (20,000)
Net Expenditure - 12,000 19,800 - 31,800

City Arterial and Collector Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c400801
Use Gas Tax Fund in conjunction with other street reconstruction and overlay projects.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 300,000 $ 300,000

City Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c409417
Pavement reconstruction, overlay, cape and slurry seal, and asphalt grinding for pavement of city streets.

Project Cost Estimate $ 352,000 $ 57,000 $ 43,000 $ - $ 452,000

222
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GAS TAX FUND (221)

2007 2007 FY 2008


Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Prior Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

High & Highland Pavement Rehab


c400057
Pavement Rehabilitation of Highland Avenue from Mission Street to High Street

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 733,000 $ 32,000 $ - $ 765,000


Grant Funding - (611,000) - - (611,000)
Net Expenditure - 122,000 32,000 - 154,000

Murray Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit and Barrier Rail


c409321 and C409316
Seismic retrofit of existing bridge over the Small Craft Harbor. Project also includes new railings, wider bike lanes and sidewalk, and
decorative street lighting. Relocation of harbor facilities and boat docks is required during construction, as well as one-way traffic
control. Construction management services in FY08 and construction in FY09. Environmental review and design in progress. Federal
grant funds awarded, awaiting state grant funds in-lieu of a local match.

Project Cost Estimate $ 1,340,200 $ 212,000 $ 393,000 $ 800,000 $ 2,745,200


Grant Funding (1,208,100) (164,000) (268,000) (800,000) (2,440,100)
Net Expenditure 132,100 48,000 125,000 - 305,100

Ocean/Soquel Median Improvement


c400802
Modification of Ocean Street median at Soquel Avenue to improve southbound left-turn storage capacity, and to reduce impact to
southbound through movement and improve safety.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ 100,000

San Lorenzo River Bike/Pedestrian Overcrossing


c409329
Construction of a bicycle/pedestrian bridge over the San Lorenzo River, south of the Highway 1 San Lorenzo River Bridge between
Felker Street and the Gateway Plaza. Environmental review and design are complete. Construction cost increases require an
additional $1.15 million in funding above and beyond existing grants and local funding currently commited to the project. The
shortfall does not include the multi-use path construction to Hwy 1/9. Access will be provided through Gateway Plaza. The path
under the Route 1 bridge is in included in the Redevelopment Agency budget. Additional grant funds have not been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ 283,000 $ 409,000 $ 2,900,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 4,742,000


Grant Funding (145,000) (409,000) (2,750,000) (1,000,000) (4,304,000)
Net Expenditure 138,000 - 150,000 150,000 438,000

San Lorenzo River Trestle Bridge Connections Project


c400058
Construction of a replacement ramp from the west end of the Union Pacific railroad trestle, across Seaside Company property, to the
levee path. This provides a safer and accessible access alternative then the illegal track crosssing. Environmental review, permtting,
right-of-way acquisition and design are complete. Grant funding has been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 258,000 $ 400,000 $ 658,000


State TDA Artcile 8 Funds - - (40,000) (40,000) (80,000)
Grant funds - - (218,000) (360,000) (578,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

223
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GAS TAX FUND (221)

2007 2007 FY 2008


Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Prior Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Soquel Ave Street Light Maintenance


c400059
Replacement of aging streetlights and electrical system on Soquel Avenue from Ocean to Branciforte.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 50,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000

Soquel/Hagemann Traffic Signal Improvements


c400803
Installation of a westbound protected left-turn lane on Soquel Avenue at Hagemann to improve traffic safety and congestion. The
eastbound left-trun lane was installed with the Soquel Bike Lanes project. Design in FY08, right-of-way acquisition in FY09 and
construction in FY10. Grant funds have not been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 75,000


Redevelopment Agency Funding - - - (75,000) (75,000)
Grant Funding - - - - -
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Soquel/Park Way Traffic Signal Improvements


c400804
Installation of protected left-turn lanes on Soquel Avenue at Park Way to improve traffic safety and congestion. Design in FY08, right-
of-way acquisition in FY09 and construction in FY10. Grant funds have not been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 75,000


Redevelopment Agency Funding - - - (75,000) (75,000)
Grant Funding - - - - -
Net Expenditure - - - - -

State Route 1 / Mission / Chestnut Median Improvements


c400060
Relocate median on City portion of Mission Street to increase queing capacity.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ - $ 75,000


City-wide TIF Funding - - (75,000) - (75,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

State Route 1/9 Intersection Improvements


c400805
Design and acquire right-of-way in FY08 and construct intersection improvements in FY10 based on approved Project Report and
environmental review (both currently being developed) of the State Route 1/9 intersection, to improve capacity and safety. Grant
has not been applied for.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000


Redevelopment Funding - - - (500,000) (500,000)
CWTIF Funding - - - (500,000) (500,000)
Grant Funding - - - - -
Net Expenditure - - - - -

224
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GAS TAX FUND (221)

2007 2007 FY 2008


Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Prior Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

West Cliff Drive Multi-use Path Pavement Rehabilitation


c400805
Patching and paving of the West Cliff Drive multi-use path, from Bay to Swanton.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 150,000 $ 150,000


State TDA Article 8 Funding - - - (150,000) (150,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS GAS TAX PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 2,047,234 $ 1,573,000 $ 3,821,800 $ 4,721,000 $ 12,163,034

Less Funding Sources:


Grant Funding $ (1,353,100) $ (1,254,000) $ (3,317,000) $ (2,371,000) $ (8,295,100)
TIF and Developer Fees* - (80,000) (85,000) (500,000) (665,000)
Redevelopment Funding - - - (650,000) (650,000)
Loan Proceeds - - - (600,000) (600,000)
Net Gas Tax Fund
Project Costs $ 694,134 $ 239,000 $ 419,800 $ 600,000 $ 1,952,934

*CWTIF - City WideTraffic Impact Fees


* BSOLA TIF - Beach Area/South of Laurel Traffic Impact Fees

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
TRAFFIC CONGESTION RELIEF FUND (222)

Estimated Estimated Proposed Project


Project Title/Number/Description Prior Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

City Arterial and Collector Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c400806
Use State Traffic Congestion Relief program funds in conjunction with other street reconstruction and overlay projects.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 300,000 $ 300,000

TOTAL TRAFFIC CONGESTION RELIEF FUND PROJECTS:

Total Project Costs $ - $ - $ - $ 300,000 $ 300,000

226
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Bay Drive Pavement Rehabilitation


c400807
Pavement rehabilitation of Bay Drive from Escalona Drive to High Street. UCSC funding percentage based on City initiated
construction vehicle impact fee study and UCSC coordination. UCSC participation required by 1988 LRDP University Assistant
Measure 14.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000


Measure H Funding - - - (900,000) (900,000)
University funding (40%) - - - (600,000) (600,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Beach Street Meter Housing Conversion


c400808
New meter housings to increase capacity in the meter vaults when summer rates are increased. Estimated annual General Fund
revenue increase of $300,000.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 170,000 $ 170,000

City Arterial and Collector Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c400809
Pavement reconstruction, overlay, cape and slurry seal, and asphalt grinding for pavement of city arterial and collector streets for
maintenance and reconditioning. Measure H funds of $1.75 million per year committed for 4 years. Measure H funds of $900,000
are dedicated to the Bay Drive Pavement Rehab project in FY08, which is denoted as a seperate project due to the UCSC fundinng
share. Prop 1B funding total is approx. $1.8 million. TCRF is an annual allocation from the state. Grant and other funds are federal
transportation funds that have not yet been applied for or developed.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 3,100,000 $ 3,100,000


Measure H Funding - - - (850,000) (850,000)
Proposition 1B Funds - - - (450,000) (450,000)
Gas Tax Funds - - - (300,000) (300,000)
Traffic Congestion Relief Funds - - - (300,000) (300,000)
Grant and other Funding - - - (1,200,000) (1,200,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

City Residential and Collector Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c400810
Pavement reconstruction, overlay, cape and slurry seal, and asphalt grinding for pavement of city residential and collector streets
for maintenance and reconditioning. Measure H funds of $3 million per year committed for 4 years.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 3,000,000 $ 3,000,000


Measure H Funding - - - (3,000,000) (3,000,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

City Street Reconstruction and Overlay


c409465
Pavement reconstruction, overlay, slurry seal and asphalt grinding for pavement inlay of city streets, including arterial, collector,
and residential streets for maintenance and reconditioning.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 1,250,000 $ 750,000 $ - $ 2,000,000


Loan from Public Trust Fund - (1,250,000) (750,000) - (2,000,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -
Annual

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

City Street Restriping


c400029
Provides for the restriping of city streets as needed.

Project Cost Estimate $ 57,200 $ 40,000 $ 10,000 $ 60,000 $ 167,200

East Cliff Drive Slope Stabilization and Repair


c400811

Evaluate existing failed slopes and minor retaining structures on East Cliff between Atlantic and Third Avenues to determine course
of action to fully restore and protect private property and public access, and to design project. Construction funding to be
determined following evaluation process. Coastal Commission and State Parks coordination required.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ 100,000

Evergreen Cemetary Storm Drain Installation


c400061

Investigate and construct storm drain through or around cemetary and eliminate temporary ground storm drain, and repair erosion.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 25,000 $ - $ 25,000

Laurel Street Storm Drain Crossing


c400062
Replace 8 inch Laurel Street storm drain crossing with new 12 inch pipe and 2 new catchbasins to reduce chronic flooding of
private property and bike lane.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 2,000 $ 38,000 $ - $ 40,000

Minor Storm Drain Maintenance


c400028
Minor drainage improvements to increase capacity of existing inadequate public drainage system that impacts public and private
property at various locations in the City.

Project Cost Estimate $ 38,300 $ 50,000 $ - $ 60,000 $ 148,300

Minor Street Maintenance


c400027

Annual construction of minor drainage facilities, paving work and concrete work as required at various locations throughout the city.

Project Cost Estimate $ 89,900 $ 45,000 $ 5,000 $ 60,000 $ 199,900

Minor Traffic Signal Maintenance


c400030
Repair and maintenance of traffic signal control systems city-wide.

Project Cost Estimate $ 64,000 $ 1,800 $ 48,000 $ 60,000 $ 173,800

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Pacific Avenue (Beach Area) Streetscape*


c400812
Reconstruct damaged sidewalks, curb and gutter with new Beach Streetscape quality improvements, including decorative
streetlights, along the newly repaired Pacific Avenue wall (westside), from the Depot site to the new Sanctuary building site. Palm
trees will be planted with remaining grant funds.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 250,000 $ 250,000


Redevelopment Agency Funding - - - (250,000) (250,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

* Some project costs may be eligible for 2% for Public Art contribution.

Sidewalk and Access Ramp Program


c409452
A city-wide program to provide for the installation of new sidewalks where none presently exist, in order to complete high use
corridors.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 9,800 $ 9,800 $ 19,600


Transfer 2% to Public Art Fund - - 200 200 400
Sidewalk In-Lieu Fees - - (10,000) (10,000) (20,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Soquel and Pine Storm Drain


c400813
Installation of a storm drain on Soquel Avenue, between Benito and Branciforte, and on Pine, between Soquel and Broadway to
eliminate chronic flooding that affects the street, sidewalk, bus stop and private property.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 75,000


Redevelopment Agency Funding - - - (75,000) (75,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

West Cliff Drive Path Repair


c400042

Excavate and repair path and railing that have slide towards the bay, creating a hazard for users. Includes small retaining structure.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 10,000 $ 190,000 $ - $ 200,000

Trevethan Storm Drain Project


c40____
Installation of a 620 lf of 188 inch diamter storm drain on Trevethan, north of Soquel Avenue, to eliminate chronic flooding that
affects the street, sidewalk, and private property.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ - $ -

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 249,400 $ 1,398,800 $ 1,075,800 $ 8,444,800 $ 11,168,800


2% for Public Art - - 200 200 400
Total Project Costs $ 249,400 $ 1,398,800 $ 1,076,000 $ 8,445,000 $ 11,169,200

Less Funding Sources:


Measure H Funding* $ - $ - $ - $ (4,750,000) $ (4,750,000)
Loan Proceeds - (1,250,000) (750,000) - (2,000,000)
Grant Funding - - - (1,200,000) (1,200,000)
Gas Tax Funding - - - (300,000) (300,000)
Proposition 1B Funds - - - (450,000) (450,000)
Traffic Congestion Relief Funds - - - (300,000) (300,000)
University and Developer Fees - - - (600,000) (600,000)
Redevelopment Funding - - - (325,000) (325,000)
Other Funding - - (10,000) (10,000) (20,000)

Net Capital Improvement Fund


Public Works Project Costs $ 249,400 $ 148,800 $ 316,000 $ 510,000 $ 1,224,200

*Measure H Funding
Bay Drive Pavement Rehabilitation $ - $ - $ - $ 900,000 $ 900,000
City Arterial & Collector Streets - - - 850,000 850,000
City Residential & Collector Streets - - - 3,000,000 3,000,000
Net Expenditure - - - 4,750,000 4,750,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
WASTEWATER FUND (721)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Arroyo Seco Sewer


c400017
Rehabilitate and replace deficient sewer main from manhole L7-504 "Meder" to manhole L4-412 "Mission Extension".Reconstruct
300 feet of impassable access road due to seasonal creek washout. University share from 1988 LRDP University Assistance Measure
5 is estimated at 75%.

Project Cost Estimate $ 6,889 $ 17,446 $ 25,665 $ 710,000 $ 760,000


University Funding 75% - - - (532,500) (532,500)
Net Expenditure 6,889 17,446 25,665 177,500 227,500

City-Wide Infiltration and Inflow Elimination Program


c409682
Ongoing funding of a program to identify and target sewer lines impacted by high storm water infiltration and inflow. Develop public
education component to program.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 144,980 $ - $ 120,000 $ 264,980


Annual
City-Wide Televised Sewer Inspection
c400018
Annual televising of City sewers to identify problem areas and improve maintenance and repairs.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 25,000 $ - $ 25,000 $ 50,000


Annual
Delaware Sewer Pump Station
c400802
Upgrade of undersized and antiquated sanitary sewer Pump Station.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 350,000 $ 350,000


Developer Fees - - - (87,500) (87,500)
Net Expenditure - - - 262,500 262,500

Franklin & Hunolt Sewer


c400218
Upgrade and repair sewer located at Franklin and Hunolt.

Project Cost Estimate $ 48,436 $ 42,685 $ 328,879 $ - $ 420,000

Jesse Street Marsh


c409669
Develop and implement the approved management plan for Jesse Street marsh and park area

Project Cost Estimate $ 67,930 $ - $ 177,312 $ - $ 245,242


Funding (31,967) - - - -
Net Expenditure 35,963 - 177,312 - 245,242

Lower Seabright Sewer Tunnel and Hagemann Ct Sewer Pipeline Trestle


c400804

Investigate condition of the sewer lines located in the Lower Seabright sewer tunnel and on the Hagemann Court pipeline trestle.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ 100,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
WASTEWATER FUND (721)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Meder Street Canyon Sewer Access Road


c409652
Construct and maintain roadway over sewer easement to provide access for sewer maintenance vehicles.

Project Cost Estimate $ 102,937 $ 25,000 $ - $ 8,000 $ 135,937

Neary Lagoon Park Rehabilitation/Restoration


c409668
Rehabilitation and restoration of boardwalks, pathways, restrooms, maintenance building and natural areas. Removal of tulles and
sediment. Improvements are based on the approved Neary Lagoon Management Plan and sediment study.

Project Cost Estimate $ 1,221,449 $ 203,859 $ 46,141 250,000 $ 1,721,449


County Sanitation District (8/17) (526,984) (117,500) - (117,647) (762,131)
Net Expenditure 694,465 86,359 46,141 132,353 959,318

Ocean /Plymouth Sewer Repair


c400014
Repair sewer on Ocean and Plymouth Streets

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ - $ 100,000

Pacific Avenue 30" Trunk Sewer Rehab


c400067
Rehabilitate the 30 inch diameter sewer from manhole 05-120 ( east of the San lorenzo river 0 to the WWTP.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 800,000 $ - $ 800,000

Sewer Pipe Lining Due to Root Intrusion


c400807

Remove tree roots from within sewer pipe and line with synthetic material to reduce blockages and maintenance requirements.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ 100,000

Sewer System Improvements


c409651
Ongoing program to maintain and upgrade the City's sewage collection system. It includes minor rebuilding of lift stations and
replacing damaged and inadequate sewer lines.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 170,000 $ - $ 120,000 $ 290,000


Annual
Sewer System Master Plan
c409662

Complete master plan including calibration of the flow model and implementation of computerized maintenance tracking program.

Project Cost Estimate $ 141,886 $ 25,415 $ 285,194 $ - $ 452,495

Street Reconstruction
c409695
Street reconstruction due to failed sewer trenches.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 61,320 $ - $ 60,000 $ 121,320


Annual

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
WASTEWATER FUND (721)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Sunnyside Ave. Sewer


C400808
Investigate and evaluate condition and capacity of private sewer lines serving the Sunnyside Ave area and determine feasibility of
rehabilitation and/or replacement with public sewers.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $50,000 $ 50,000

Wastewater Treatment Plant Digester Cleaning


c400068
Contract services for the cleaning of WWTP Digestor #1.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 5,736 $ 994,264 $ - $ 1,000,000


County Sanitation District (8/17) - (2,699) (467,301) - (470,000)
Net Expenditure - 3,037 526,964 - 530,000

Wastewater Treatment Plant Equipment Replacement


c409659
Replace worn and obsolete equipment, and improve automation at the wastewater treatment plant.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 229,149 $ 195,851 $ 625,000 $ 1,050,000


County Sanitation District (8/17) - (107,835) (91,915) (294,118) (493,868)
Net Expenditure - 121,314 103,936 330,882 556,132
Annual
Wharf Sewer Maintenance
c409691
Repair and maintenance of the sewer systems located on the Santa Cruz Wharf

Project Cost Estimate $ 73,791 $ 16,872 $ 104,338 $ - $ 195,001

TOTAL WASTEWATER FUND PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 1,663,318 $ 967,462 $ 3,057,644 $ 2,518,000 $ 8,206,424

Less Funding Sources:


County Sanitation District $ (526,984) $ (228,034) $ (559,216) $ (411,765) $ (1,725,999)
Other Funding (31,967) - - (620,000) (620,000)

Net Wastewater Fund


Project Costs $ 1,104,367 $ 739,428 $ 2,498,428 $ 1,486,235 $ 5,860,425

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
REFUSE FUND (731)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Employee Modular Building Maintenance


c400814
Overhaul of 2 employee modular buildings and replacement of "Skill Center" trailer with new modular building.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 250,000 $ 250,000

Fire Suppression Storage Tank


c400065
Install water storage tank for fire suppression, building sprinkler system and dust control uses.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 12,000 $ - $ - $ 12,000

Landfill Design/Construction Cell 3


c400046
Design and permitting in FY 08 and construction in FY09 the third of five planned lined refuse disposal cells to extend the
life of the landfill to approximately 2038.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 500,000 $ 500,000


Debt Proceeds - - - - -
Net Expenditure - - - 500,000 500,000

Landfill Gas Collection System Maintenance


c409608

Evaluation and maintenance of the existing landfill gas fired electrical generation equipment and installation of additional
gas wells, microturbines and /or a gas flare as needed to combust additional landfill gas and meet new regulatory
requirements. Includes on-going remediation and replacement probe for well 19G-D as required by CIWMB.

Project Cost Estimate $ 554,212 $ 203,155 $ - $ - $ 757,367

Leachate Line Maintenance


c400019
Bi-annual inspection and maintenance of the three-mile leachate line between the landfill and the western City limit. FY08
includes "pigging" line and repairing pump station.

Project Cost Estimate $ 23,161 $ 15,000 $ - $ 55,000 $ 93,161

Leachate Pond Repair


c400815
Repair of north leachate pond to correct uplift and distress of concrete surface, liner and underdrain system. Design in
FY07.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 500,000 $ 500,000

Mechanic Shop Repair


c400816
Foundation modification, and equipment awning and fire sprinkler installation.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 125,000 $ 125,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
REFUSE FUND (731)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Recycling Building and Yard Maintenance


c400066
Resurfacing of existing worn concrete and asphalt surfaces, improve drainage, modify recycling material storage and
tipping area as needed.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 125,000 $ 125,000 $ 250,000

Resource Recovery Facility Maintenance


c400020
Ongoing program to maintain the Resource Recovery Facility as needed. Includes winterization of the landfill on an annual
basis as required by regulatory agencies.

Project Cost Estimate $ 175,750 $ 214,930 $ - $ 165,000 $ 555,680

Vehicle Replacement
c400817
Replacement of City's vehicles

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 1,268,000 $ 1,268,000


Debt Proceeds - - - (968,000) (968,000)
Net Expenditure - - - 300,000 300,000

Water and Gas Monitor System Maintenance


c409612
Monitoring and maintenance of existing systems to address groundwater, storm water and landfill gas issues currently
under observation should they degrade over time, as required by regulatory agencies. May also include new wells as
necessary.

Project Cost Estimate $ 15,660 $ 157,423 $ - $ 50,000 $ 223,083

TOTAL REFUSE FUND PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 768,783 $ 602,508 $ 125,000 $ 3,038,000 $ 4,522,291

Less Funding Sources:


Debt Proceeds - - - (968,000) (968,000)
Net Refuse Fund
Project Costs $ 768,783 $ 602,508 $ 125,000 $ 2,070,000 $ 3,554,291

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
PARKING FUND (741)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Downtown Parking Structure Design and Construction


c400053
Project development in FY07, design in FY08-09 and construction in FY10 of a parking structure on the existing Lot 4 surface parking lot at
Cedar/Cathcart.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 1,838 $ 897,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,798,838


Transfer 2% to Public Art Fund - - - 75,000 75,000
Debt Proceeds - - - (975,000) (975,000)
Net Expenditure - 1,838 897,000 - 898,838

Locust Garage Painting


c400048
Repainting of the interior walls and interior/exterior metal of the Locust Garage.

Project Cost Estimate $ 27,369 $ 250 $ 22,381 $ 150,000 $ 200,000

Locust Garage Restroom Repairs


c400069
Repair of the existing restrooms to better accommodate tenants, customers and the public.
Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 70,000 $ 180,000 $ - $ 250,000

Lots 3 & 10 Garage Painting


c400007
Repainting of the interior of the Lot 3 (Cedar/Church) and Lot 10 (River/Front) garages.

Project Cost Estimate $ 43,228 $ 94,267 $ 384,005 $ - $ 521,500

Lots 3 & 10 Paid Parking Study


c400071
Evaluate pay and display or central cashiering/pay on foot options for converting these two garages to paid parking.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 20,000 $ - $ 20,000

Lots 7 Parking Lot Reconstruction


c400007
Reconstruction of surface lot at Cathcart/Front due to poor drainage, pavement conditions, and lighting.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 8,177 $ 248,419 $ 325,000 $ 581,596


Redevelopment Funding - - (35,000) - (35,000)
Net Expenditure - 8,177 213,419 325,000 546,596

Minor Lot Maintenance


c409361
Maintenance of downtown parking lots and equipment. FY08 includes selected lighting upgrades.

Project Cost Estimate $ 390,873 $ 33,880 $ 66,120 $ 150,000 $ 640,873

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
PARKING FUND (741)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Parking Garage and Surface Lot Paid Parking Conversion


c400818
Implement paid parking recommendations development by the Cedar/Cathcart Granage Financing Task Force for time limited garages and
surface lots.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 200,000 $ 200,000

TOTAL PARKING FUND PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 461,470 $ 208,412 $ 1,817,925 $ 1,725,000 $ 4,212,807


2% for Public Art - - - 75,000 75,000
Total Project Costs 461,470 208,412 1,817,925 1,800,000 4,287,807

Less Funding Sources:


Redevelopment Funding - - (35,000) - (35,000)
Debt Proceeds - - - (975,000) (975,000)
Net Parking Fund
Project Costs $ 461,470.00 $ 208,412.00 $ 1,782,925.00 $ 825,000.00 $ 3,277,807.00

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
STORM WATER FUND (751)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Branciforte Creek Scour Repair


c400050
Repair of scour -damaged section of Branciforte Creek fish channel, between the pedestrian bridge and Berkeley Way to
the upstream end of the channel.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 100,000 $ - $ 100,000

Clean Beaches/Wet Wells-Phase II


c400033

Dry-weather storm water diversion project by retrofitting the two remaining wet wells along the San Lorenzo River.

Project Cost Estimate $ 40,611 $ 28,719 $ 930,670 $ - $ 1,000,000


Grant Funding (40,611) (28,719) (930,670) - (1,000,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

San Lorenzo River Flood Control Pump Station Repairs


c409513
Annual repair and maintenance of the San Lorenzo River Flood Control Pump Stations and outlet structures as required
by the US Army Corps of Engineers maintenance agreement. FY 2007 (combined w/FY06 funds) includes funds for
replacing pumps, controls and piping at Pump Station 1b.

Project Cost Estimate $ 167,350 $ 6,000 $ 217,935 $ 48,000 $ 439,285

San Lorenzo River System Vegetation/Sediment Management


c409504
Annual vegetation and sediment management in the San Lorenzo River Flood Control system including Branciforte and
Carbonera Creeks as required by the US Army Corps of Engineers maintenance agreement and in coordination with
State Fish and Game and other resource agencies.

Project Cost Estimate $ 307,426 $ 121,357 $ 22,358 $ 85,000 $ 536,141

Storm Drain Stenciling Program


c409508
Stenciling of storm drain catch basins and grates city-wide in English and Spanish with thermo plastic or tape markings
"Flows to Bay".

Project Cost Estimate $ 302 $ - $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 3,302

TOTAL STORM WATER FUND PROJECTS:

Total Project Costs $ 515,689 $ 156,076 $ 1,272,963 $ 134,000 $ 2,078,728

Less Funding Sources:


Grant Funding (40,611) (28,719) (930,670) - (1,000,000)
Net Stormwater Fund 751
Project Costs $ 475,078 $ 127,357 $ 342,293 $ 134,000 $ 1,078,728

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PUBLIC WORKS
STORM WATER OVERLAY FUND (752)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

San Lorenzo River Flood Control and Beautification Project


c409512
Anticipated costs of City Share of additional flood control measures for Phase IV of the project which includes
sediment removal or levee modifications.

Project Cost Estimate $ 338,566 $ 381,668 $ 182,000 $ 100,000 $ 1,002,234

San Lorenzo River Flood Control Pump Station Repairs


c409513
Annual repair, upgrade and maintenance of the San Lorenzo River flood control pump stations, emergency generators
and outlet structures as required by the US Army Corps of Engineers maintenance agreement and other agencies. FY
2008 includes additional funds needed for upgrading pump station 1b to alleviate flooding in Beach Flats
neighborhood.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 255,000 $ 255,000

San Lorenzo River System Vegetation/Sediment Management


c409504
Annual vegetation and sediment management in the San Lorenzo River Flood Control system including Branciforte
and Carbonera Creeks as required by the US Army Corps of Engineers maintenance agreement and in coordination
with State Fish and Game and other resource agencies.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 25,000 $ 25,000

TOTAL STORM WATER OVERLAY FUND PROJECTS:

Total Project Costs $ 338,566 $ 381,668 $ 182,000 $ 380,000 $ 1,282,234

239
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM
NON-DEPARTMENTAL
and
TELECOMMUNICATIONS

240
241
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM NON-DEPARTMENTAL
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

City Hall Annex Restroom Repair


c60____
Replace failing building plumbing, and install water conserving fixtures, handicap accessible stalls and possibly a shower to
promote commute solutions. Partial funding to be provided by the enterprise funds housed in the facility; amounts to be
determined.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 500,000 $ 500,000


Parking Fund - - - - -
Refuse Fund - - - - -
Wastwater Fund - - - - -
Water Fund - - - - -
Net Expenditure - - - 500,000 500,000

City Hall Emergency Generator


c600002

Replace old generator at City Hall including the housing for generator. The current generator does not have the capacity to
support all of the City Hall in the event of a PG&E power outage. The exisiting housing for the generator is inadequate for
sound attentuation. Partial funding is provided by the enterprise funds.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 49,200 $ 80,000 $ 129,200


Parking Fund 1% - - (500) (800) (1,300)
Refuse Fund 1% - - (500) (800) (1,300)
Wastewater Fund 1% - - (500) (800) (1,300)
Water Fund 14% - - (6,900) (11,200) (18,100)
Net Expenditure - - 40,800 66,400 107,200

City Hall Recycling/Refuse Enclosure


c600003
Design and construction of a recycling/refuse enclosure to meet current standards and reduce vandalism.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 150,000 $ - $ 150,000


Transfer 2% to Public Art Fund - - 3,000 - 3,000
Parking Fund 1% - - (1,500) - (1,500)
Refuse Fund 1% - - (1,500) - (1,500)
Wastwater Fund 1% - - (1,500) - (1,500)
Water Fund 14% - - (21,000) - (21,000)
Net Expenditure - - 127,500 - 127,500

Corporation Yard Emergency Generator


c400064

Furnish and install 2 new emergency generators to replace 3 very old and inefficient generators at the Corporation Yard.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 60,000 $ 135,000


Refuse Fund 23% - - (17,250) (13,800) (31,050)
Water Fund 13% - - (9,750) (7,800) (17,550)
Net Expenditure - - 48,000 38,400 86,400

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM NON-DEPARTMENTAL
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Corporation Yard Maintenance


c400216
Provides funds for maintenance of the corporation yard paving and other infrastructure. Partial funding to be provided by
Refuse and Water enterprises.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 60,000 $ 60,000


Refuse Fund 23% - - - (13,800) (13,800)
Water Fund 13% - - - (7,800) (7,800)
Net Expenditure - - - 38,400 38,400

Integrated Pest Management Program


c600001
Implementation of city-wide integrated pest management plan.

Project Cost Estimate $ 2,715 $ 6,000 $ 6,000 $ 14,715


General Fund (770) - (1,875) (1,875) (4,520)
Wastewater Fund (150) - (375) (375) (900)
Refuse Fund (150) - (375) (375) (900)
Parking Fund (150) - (375) (375) (900)
Golf Course Fund (600) - (1,500) (1,500) (3,600)
Water Fund (600) - (1,500) (1,500) (3,600)
Net Expenditure 295 - - - 295

MBNMS Visitor Center


c520712
Design & Future development of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 155,200 $ 1,179,900 $ - $ 1,335,100


Grant Funding - (155,200) (1,179,900) - (1,335,100)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Parking Citations Application


d60______
Implementation of a parking citation system which will replace the legacy application on the HP3000.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 31,000 $ 600,000 $ 631,000


Debt Proceeds - - (31,000) (600,000) (631,000)
Net Expenditure - - -

Permitting Application
d60______
Implementation of a city-wide permitting system which will replace the legacy application on the HP3000.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 31,000 $ 900,000 $ 931,000


Debt Proceeds - - (31,000) (900,000) (931,000)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Salz Tannery Brownfield Reuse


c520710
Feasibility study for a digital media center.

Project Cost Estimate $ 293,200 $ 95,000 $ 12,000 $ - $ 400,200


Grant Funding (205,200) (66,500) (8,400) - (280,100)
RDA Contribution (88,000) (28,500) (3,600) - (120,100)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM NON-DEPARTMENTAL
GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND (311-317)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

SC Advanced Technology Transfer Center


c520711
For the Advance Technology Transfer Center.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 50,000 $ 414,500 $ - $ 464,500


Grant Funding - $ (35,000) $ (290,200) $ - (325,200)
RDA Contribution - (15,000) (124,300) - (139,300)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

Public Facilities Remodel/Repair


c609195
Provides funding for remodeling and/or repairs to various public buildings.

Project Cost Estimate $ 180,100 $ 46,000 $ 54,000 $ 100,000 $ 380,100

West Cliff Drive Fence Repair


c400042
On-going annual maintenance project to repair and replace the metal and wood fencing along West Cliff Drive from Bay to
Swanton as needed. Total length is approximately 7,500 lineal feet.

Project Cost Estimate $ 46,380 $ 32,000 $ 28,000 $ 100,000 $ 206,380


Liability Fund - - - (50,000) (50,000)
Net Expenditure 46,380 32,000 28,000 50,000 156,380

Technology Replacement Projects


d600017
Provide funding to continue on-going upgrades and replacement of computer systems.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 50,000 $ 50,000


Annual

TOTAL CIP FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 522,395 $ 378,200 $ 2,030,600 $ 2,456,000 $ 5,387,195


2% for Public Art - - 3,000 - 3,000
Total Project Costs $ 522,395 $ 378,200 $ 2,033,600 $ 2,456,000 $ 5,390,195

Less Funding Sources:


Debt Proceeds $ - $ - $ (62,000) $ (1,500,000) $ (1,562,000)
Grant Funding (205,200) (256,700) (1,478,500) - (1,940,400)
RDA Contribution (88,000) (43,500) (127,900) - (259,400)
Contributions-Other Funds (2,420) - (66,900) (112,800) (182,120)
Net Capital Improvement
Fund Non-Departmental
Project Costs $ 226,775 $ 78,000 $ 298,300 $ 843,200 $ 1,446,275

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TELECOMMUNICATIONS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS FUND (831-832)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Replacement of Phone System


d________
Replace phone system, which has reached the end of its useful life. Costs for new equipment will be partly offset by
savings in operations costs as new system will cost less to operate.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 310,210 $ 310,210


Charges to customer departments - - - (310,210) (310,210)
Net Expenditure - - - - -

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM
WATER

246
247
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WATER
WATER FUNDS (711-715)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Access Road Improvements


c709840
Minor road repair and pipeline clearance work to gain access to water facilities and equipment.

Project Cost Estimate $ 86,000 $ 52,000 $ - $ 25,000 $ 163,000

Add Beltz Wells


c700026; c709830

Add Beltz wells in an effort to provide redundancy and potentially redistribute pumping away from the coast. One replacement well
(Beltz #11) for the inoperable Beltz #4 and one standby well (Beltz #12) must be investigated and constructed. Funds in FY 2008
are for investigation and test well, CEQA, property acquisitions and permitting procedures. Funds in FY 2009 are for the construction.

Project Cost Estimate $ 65,500 $ 500,000 $ - $ 1,200,000 $ 1,765,500

Additional Piezometers - Newell Creek Dam and Bay Street Reservoir Embankment
c700021
Drill nine exploratory borings at Newell Creek Dam to invewstigate slope stability per request from state DWR DSOD. Six will become
piezometers for long-term water level elevations. Included in this work is the repair and/or modifications to one existing piezometer
at Newell Creek Dam and two at the Bay Street Reservoir.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 150,000 $ - $ - $ 150,000

Bay Street Reservoir Reconstruction


c700313

The Bay Street Reservoir has reached the end of its useful life and needs to be replaced. Due to water quality and other factors, the
reservoir must be resized to accommodate 10 MG of storage in this location. Funding for FY 2008 is for design. Funding for FY 2009
is for construction of the first 5 MG tank. Funding in FY 2020 is for construction of the second 5 MG tank.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 1,320,000 $ - $ 1,600,000 $ 2,920,000

Bay Street Reservoir Reconstruction - SDC


c700027
The Bay Street Reservoir has reached the end of its useful life and needs to be replaced. Due to water quality and other factors, the
reservoir must be resized to accommodate 10 MG of storage in this location. Funding for FY 2008 is for design. Funding for FY 2009
is for construction of the first 5 MG tank. Funding in FY 2020 is for construction of the second 5 MG tank. This project is funded
by System Development Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 880,000 $ - $ 400,000 $ 1,280,000

Beltz Treatment Plant Rehabilitation


c700020
The Beltz Treatment Plant supplies up to 2 mgd of water during the summer peak water demand season. The facility was last
updated in 1986 and requires modernization to assure reliable water delivery. Funds in FY 2009 and FY 2010 will be used for
construction.

Project Cost Estimate $ 27,000 $ 305,000 $ 870,000 $ - $ 1,202,000

City-Initiated Main Replacements


c700002 (Annual)
Recurring program of deteriorated or undersized mains, as identified and prioritized by the Water Department’s Engineering Division.
Priorities are based on the need to maintain water system reliability, deliver adequate fire flows, improve circulation and water
quality, and reduce maintenance costs.

Project Cost Estimate $ 675,000 $ - $ - $ 800,000 $ 1,475,000

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FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Contractor Meter Installations - SDC


c700012 (Annual)

Funds to purchase meters for installation in new projects. This project is funded by System Development Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ - $ 8,000 $ 32,000

County and Other Agency Redevelopment Work


c700003 (Annual)
Water main, service line, valve, or water meter relocation necessitated by County or other Agency road improvement and/or storm
drain improvement projects.

Project Cost Estimate $ 146,000 $ 269,000 $ - $ 100,000 $ 515,000

Customer-Initiated Main Replacements - SDC


c700004 (Annual)
Recurring program similar to the City-Initiated Main Replacement Project, however these projects are initiated on an as-needed basis
to accommodate customer-requested service connections to undersized or inadequate mains. Funds, to the extent of the
appropriation, are disbursed to customers on a first-come, first-served basis. This project is funded by System Development
Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ 61,000 $ 50,000 $ - $ 50,000 $ 161,000

Disinfection Change-Out at GHWTP


c700008
Replace existing gaseous chlorine disinfection at the GHWTP. This project will provide for design, purchase and installation of a less
hazardous non-gas sodium hypochlorite generation system.

Project Cost Estimate $ 44,000 $ 200,000 $ - $ 650,000 $ 894,000

Distribution-Initiated Main Replacements


c700005 (Annual)
Annual Replacement Program similar to the City-Initiated and Customer-Initiated Main Replacement Programs, however, these
projects are initiated on an as-needed basis by the Distribution Division.

Project Cost Estimate $ 109,000 $ 100,000 $ - $ 100,000 $ 309,000

Drinking Water Source Protection


c700802
Development of the Watershed ID project.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000

GHWTP Building Upgrades


c700010
The Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant building was built in 1960, and even though its heating, ventilation, electrical, and plumbing
systems have been maintained in good working condition, their efficiency is well below that of contemporary equipment. This project
will upgrade existing systems with more energy efficient equipment.

Project Cost Estimate $ 4,000 $ 50,000 $ - $ 50,000 $ 104,000

Habitat Conservation Programs


c700803
Work to comply with Habitat Conservation Plans. Funds in FY 2008 are for Laguna Lagoon restoration and E.Zayante Road
abandonment design process. Funds in FY 2009 and FY 2010 are for San Lorenzo River Fisheries Habitat improvements and
decommisioning/construction of E.Zayante Road.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 350,000 $ 350,000

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WATER FUNDS (711-715)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Hydrological Improvements
c700804
Project to improve hydrologic monitoring in the watershed. Funds in FY 2008 are for flume installation and rating curve work at
Lower Newell Creek, and Laguna Real Time Flow monitoring.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 35,000 $ 35,000

Loch Lomond Facility Improvement Project


c709837
Funds to conduct a facility improvement program at Loch Lomond including replacing both the private boat launch and the boat
rental docks, replacing the lower lot and loch view restrooms to provide handicapped access, Loch View Trail improvement to provide
handicapped access, supply auxiliary power to Eagle Dell water treatment plant, improve entrance station, building re-roofing,
pavement maintenance, signage replacement, interpretive overlook, Highland Trail rehabilitation, and constructing storage and
workshops.

Project Cost Estimate $ 138,000 $ 65,000 $ 320,000 $ 60,000 $ 583,000

Meter Retrofit Program


c709860
Retrofit Program to replace manual read meters with radio read meters in the whole system. Funds in FY 2008 will complete the multi-
year project. After that some funds will be required to maintain and repair the radio read meters.

Project Cost Estimate $ 2,538,000 $ 803,000 $ - $ 800,000 $ 4,141,000

Miscellaneous Facility Upgrades and Reconditioning


c709817
Provides for replacing or reconditioning major system infrastructure such as pumps, motors, gear drives or structures.

Project Cost Estimate $ 117,000 $ 30,000 $ - $ 30,000 $ 177,000

Modify San Lorenzo Intake at Crossing Street


c709872
Rehabilitate dam and investigate sanding problem/infiltration gallery at San Lorenzo River Intake at Crossing Street. FY 2007
appropriation will fund a study that would recommend possible solutions.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 211,000 $ - $ - $ 211,000

North Coast System Rehabilitation


c709835
Springs and streams along the coast north of the City limits supply approximately 25% of the City’s raw water. Some of the facilities
related to these water supplies were constructed as early as 1889 and are in need of rehabilitation. Transmission mains are
deteriorated and follow precarious alignments, often through environmentally sensitive areas. Funding in FY 2010 is for engineering
and environmental review of the second segment.

Project Cost Estimate $ 1,160,000 $ 453,000 $ - $ - $ 1,613,000

Photovoltaic / Solar Projects


c700022
Provides funds to investigate solar energy alternatives and opportunities to use it for desalination plant operation. Funds in FY 2008
are designated for solar project in association with Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant and Corporation Yard.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 1,750,000 $ 1,750,000


PG&E Rebate (40%) - - - (700,000) (700,000)
Net Expenditure - - - 1,050,000 1,050,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WATER
WATER FUNDS (711-715)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Photovoltaic / Solar Projects - SDC


c700023
Provides funds to investigate solar energy alternatives and opportunities to use it for desalination plant operation. Funds in FY 2008
are designated for solar project in association with Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant and Corporation Yard. This project is funded
by System Development Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 750,000 $ 750,000


PG&E Rebate (40%) - - - (300,000) (300,000)
Net Expenditure - - - 450,000 450,000

Power Management Study / Electrical Service Upgrade


c700303

Funds in FY 2008 are for installation of a larger electrical service, including power factor control equipment, at the GHWTP, which will
provide adequate power for future plant process changes such as UV disinfection, chlorine generation and membrane filtration.

Project Cost Estimate $ 39,000 $ 450,000 $ - $ 3,000,000 $ 3,489,000

Pump Rehabilitation Project


c700308
Funds to rehabilitate and/or rebuild pumps to extend the useful life throughout the water system.

Project Cost Estimate $ 77,000 $ 33,000 $ - $ 30,000 $ 140,000

Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program


c700801
The Water Department owns and/or maintains a variety of roads that provide access to various facilities. Funding provides for an
inventory and assessment of access roads and conditions followed by design and construction. It is anticipated that this will become
an annual project.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 105,000 $ 105,000

Regulator Upgrades-SDC
c70____

Slide Repair at GHWTP


e701001
As a result of the April 2006 rainfall, a landslide developed on the treatment plant property. The slide must be repaired to avoid
potential impacts to adjacent property.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ 225,000 $ 80,000 $ 305,000

Transmission System Improvements


c709833 (Annual)
Recurring program to improve the transmission grid.

Project Cost Estimate $ 663,000 $ 352,000 $ - $ 400,000 $ 1,415,000

Transmission System Improvements-SDC


c700017 (Annual)
Recurring program to improve the transmission grid. This project is funded by System Development Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ 119,000 $ 87,000 $ - $ 100,000 $ 306,000

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WATER FUNDS (711-715)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Water Quality Lab Remodel


c709859
The Water Quality laboratory has outgrown its existing space and will be redesigned and expanded. Due to several changes in the
design process, the design-build contract with an original vendor was terminated. Funds are reappropriated in FY 2008 for
construction.

Project Cost Estimate $ 174,000 $ 200,000 $ - $ 1,500,000 $ 1,874,000

Water Resources Facility Improvements


c700805
Construction of new bathrooms, deck and storage at the Water Resources Facility.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 75,000 $ 75,000

Water Services
c700006(Annual)
Recurring program to repair, recondition or establish water services at various locations to meet customer demand and to replace
deteriorated services.

Project Cost Estimate $ 372,000 $ 200,000 $ - $ 300,000 $ 872,000

Water Supply Project


c700305
Funding in FY 2008 is for intake design, in FY 2009 for full scale design and environmental review, and in 2010 for property
acquisitions.

Project Cost Estimate $ 565,000 $ 2,392,000 $ - $ 350,000 $ 3,307,000


Reimbursement from SQWD - - - (850,000) (850,000)
Grant Funding - (1,050,000) - (336,000) (1,386,000)
Net Expenditure 565,000 1,342,000 - (836,000) 1,071,000

Water Supply Project - SDC


c700016
Funding in FY 2008 is for intake design, in FY 2009 for full scale design and environmental review, and in 2010 for property
acquisitions. This project is funded by System Development Charges (SDC).

Project Cost Estimate $ 167,000 $ 1,022,000 $ - $ 150,000 $ 1,339,000


Reimbursement from SQWD - - - (365,000) (365,000)
Grant Funding - (450,000) - (144,000) (594,000)
Net Expenditure 167,000 572,000 - (359,000) 380,000

Water System Security


c700310
Funding to implement security and emergency response measures as identified in the vulnerability assessment process. Funds in FY
2007 are for implementation of new system.

Project Cost Estimate $ 107,000 $ 541,000 $ - $ - $ 648,000


Transfer 2% to Public Art Fund - 10,820 32,600 - 43,420
Net Expenditure 107,000 551,820 32,600 - 691,420

Water Treatment Upgrades


c700025
Upgrades to the Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant, water distribution system, and storage reservoirs necessary to enhance water
quality, meet new and planned regulatory requirements, and increase overall system reliability. Funds in FY 2008 are for design, in
FY 2009 for construction. This is a follow up project to c700014, Water Treatment Upgrade Study.

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ 200,000 $ - $ 150,000 $ 350,000

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WATER
WATER FUNDS (711-715)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008


Prior Estimated Estimated Proposed Project
Project Title/Number/Description Years Actual Carryover Budget Total

Watershed Lands Restoration


c700304
The Watershed Planning and Analysis Recommendation Report recommended that certain improvements be made to the watershed
land owned by the Water Department. Funds in FY 2008 are for Upper Newell Drainage Improvements, in FY 2009 and FY 2010 for
implementation of Watershed Lands Plan (which should be complete in 2008) and includes fuel break, forest stand and vegetation
management, planned road/drainage improvements, etc.

Project Cost Estimate $ 61,000 $ 65,000 $ - $ 20,000 $ 146,000

Watershed Roads Repair


c700807(Annual)
Emergency maintenance and repair of the roads servicing the watersheds

Project Cost Estimate $ - $ - $ - $ 25,000 $ 25,000

TOTAL WATER FUND PROJECTS:

Project Costs $ 7,530,500 $ 10,988,000 $ 1,415,000 $ 15,063,000 $ 34,996,500


2% for Public Art - 10,820 32,600 - 43,420

Total Project Costs 7,530,500 10,998,820 1,447,600 15,063,000 35,039,920

Less Funding Sources:


Grants/Rebates/Reimbursements - (1,500,000) - (2,695,000) (4,195,000)

Net Water Fund Project Costs $ 7,530,500 $ 9,498,820 $ 1,447,600 $ 12,368,000 $ 30,844,920

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REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING FUNDS (281-282) AND CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (381-385)

FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008