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10-year CIP 2019-2029 This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing Revised 5/31/19 June 18, 2019 City Council Review and Approval, Final Capital Improvement Plan June 11, 2019 Planning Commission Review May 31, 2019 Staff Final Review Cover Photo by Permission ~ ©2018 ~ Just a Little Light Fine Photography ~dave@justalittlelight.com This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing City Council Ed Waage, Mayor Erik Howell, Mayor Pro Tempore Sheila Blake, Council Member Marcia Guthrie, Council Member Mary Ann Reiss, Council Member This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing City Staff James R. Lewis City Manager Benjamin A. Fine, P.E. Director of Public Works/City Engineer Nadia Feeser Administrative Services Director Jeff Winklepleck Community Development Director Jake Miller Police Chief Paul Lee Fire Battalion Chief Jorge Garcia Management Services Director This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing Council’s Vision for Pismo Beach “Provide a safe place; maintain its small beach town character; manage growth effectively; and enhance a vibrant tourist-based economy, while becoming a world- renowned tourist destination.” - Adopted by the Pismo Beach City Council February 5, 2013 This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing TABLE OF CONTENTS Map of Pismo Beach ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Overview .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Capital Project Definition ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 CIP Development Process .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Funding ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Capital Improvement Project Categories ................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Projects Completed in the Last Two Years .................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Projects Budgeted or In Progress ................................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Parks ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Promenade and Beach Access ............................................................................................................................................................................. 15 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 Restrooms ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Risk Management ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 17 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Fiscal Year 2020 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 24 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 25 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 26 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Fiscal Year 2021 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 27 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 28 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28 Fiscal Year 2022 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Fiscal Year 2023 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 Parks ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Restrooms ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 33 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 33 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 34 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Fiscal Year 2024 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Parking ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Parks ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 37 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 37 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Fiscal Year 2025 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Parks ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 39 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Restrooms ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 40 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 41 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41 Fiscal Year 2026 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 42 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 42 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 43 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Fiscal Year 2027 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Parks ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Fiscal Year 2028 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 46 Public Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 46 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 47 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47 Fiscal Year 2029 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Bluff Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Drainage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Promenades/ Beach Access ................................................................................................................................................................................. 48 Streets and Transportation .................................................................................................................................................................................. 48 Technology ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Wastewater System ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 49 Water System ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49 COMPLETE PROJECT LISTING ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 1 Introduction Map of Pismo Beach This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing Map Used by Permission ~ ©2014 ~ Welcome Media LLC ~ 805 927-1382 ~ WelcomeMap.biz City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 2 Introduction This Page Left Blank For Duplex Printing City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 3 Introduction Introduction Overview The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is one of the most important planning processes and documents for the City of Pismo Beach. This plan not only identifies the immediate needs but also seeks to capture the long term capital needs of the City. The CIP is an important planning document that is updated biennially and subject to change as the needs of the City become more defined and individual projects move along in their respective planning, budgeting and construction processes. The effective use of a CIP process provides for considerable advance project identification and needs assessment, planning, evaluation, scope definition, design, public discussion, cost estimating and financial planning. The objectives used to develop the CIP include: • To preserve and improve the infrastructure of Pismo Beach through capital asset construction, rehabilitation and maintenance; • To maximize the useful life of capital investments by scheduling major renovations and modifications at the appropriate time in the life cycle of the facility; • To identify and examine current and future infrastructure needs and establish priorities among projects so that available resources are used to the community’s best advantage; and • To improve financial planning by looking ahead to major expenditures to allow time to identify funding sources. The CIP is the primary instrument for planning the funding and timing of the needs and priorities that have been approved by the City Council. Capital Project Definition Capital projects are typically projects that lead to the acquisition, construction, improvement or extension of the useful life of capital assets. Capital assets include but are not limited to land, facilities, buildings, parks, playground equipment, streets, bridges, water, wastewater and storm drain infrastructure, technology systems and equipment, traffic control devices and many other items that deliver a public benefit for a prolonged period of time. Capital expenditures and operating expenditures are primarily differentiated by two characteristics: dollar amount of the expenditure and the useful life of the asset acquired, constructed, or maintained. Capital expenditures typically enhance, acquire or extend the useful life of assets through a variety of activities. Activities that are associated with capital projects include: land acquisition, feasibility and design studies, planning, design, construction, rehabilitation, enterprise technology acquisition, and project Implementation. In general, capital projects in the CIP: • Have a total project cost in the range of $25,000 or more; • Consist of construction, renovation, rehabilitation, conversion or demolition of infrastructure or facilities; City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 4 Introduction • Have a minimum useful life of three years, significantly extend the useful life of a capital asset, or significantly alter the nature, character or use of an asset. The CIP can also be used for planning for capital technology investments. In general, technology capital projects in the CIP have the following characteristics: • Have a total project cost of $10,000 or more; • Require an extended amount of time to implement e.g. four months or 600 hours; • Include applications systems, network design and implementation, telecommunications infrastructure, enterprise hardware and software systems, web design and implementation services, document imaging, data base design and development, consulting services (business process studies, requirements analysis or other studies), and technology associated with new construction and/or renovation and relocation projects; • Have a minimum useful life of three years, significantly extend the useful life of an asset (i.e. not to include annual software and hardware maintenance and upgrade costs, warranty costs or other ongoing costs), provide a significant enhancement to functionality, or represent a change of platform or underlying structure. CIP Development Process Capital projects originate from a variety of sources. City Council-appointed commissions, advisory groups, and task forces typically advise the City Council or develop long-term plans that recommend certain types of improvements. In some cases, individual residents request improvements to their streets, playgrounds or other City facilities. Neighborhood associations and business groups may also suggest projects and work with City staff on projects. Some projects are initiated by staff based on City adopted master plans, such as the Complete Streets Master Plan or the Storm Water Master Plan, while other projects are brought forward by staff based on knowledge of the City’s needs or other needs identified while working on another project. Typically more projects are proposed than the availability of resources to complete them. Therefore, the projects are often prioritized based on the City Council’s goals, directions and visions, along with the City’s ability to fund them coupled with staff’s ability to complete them in a timely manner. The CIP was drafted largely by the Director of Public Works and then distributed to the Department Head team for review. This gave every department in the City the opportunity to weigh in on the projects included in the CIP as well as their priority. Once the Department Head team finished their reviews and their comments were incorporated into the plan, it was presented to the Planning Commission in order for them to ensure consistency with the City’s General Plan. This also allowed for the Planning Commission and the public a chance to provide comments before the CIP was presented to the City Council. These final comments were then considered and incorporated into the plan prior to the plan being presented to the City Council. The City Council, as well as the public, then had a chance to provide comments to be included into the plan prior to potential adoption by the City Council. Funding There are two distinct strategies for financing capital projects, each with their advantages and disadvantages. One method is pay-as-you-go (pay-go or cash) the other is pay-as-you-use (pay-use or debt). Under the pay-go model projects are completed with funds that are currently available rather than borrowing the funds, or financing the project through some form of debt service. Typically under a pay-go financial model a project is identified by the City and funds are saved specifically for that project. Once sufficient funds have been saved the City will commence with the project. Pay-go financing is a funding strategy that is useful for lower cost City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 5 Introduction repairs and maintenance projects or the purchase of lower cost equipment. Under the pay-use model projects are completed based on their priority and the availability of the City to borrow the necessary funds to complete the project. Pay-go generally saves the City financing charges as well as staff time to acquire the funding, whereas pay-use can stabilize tax rates and improve “generational equality” (that is all users of a long term capital project help to pay its costs, not just the current users). Grants can be and often are used in conjunction with both models. The City of Pismo Beach uses a mix of the two methods depending on various factors including but not limited to: interest rates, availability of debt service, the City’s annual revenue and the size and scope of the proposed projects. The City has five enterprise funds that contribute to capital projects which are: water, wastewater, pier, local transit, and parking. Typically projects related to those areas are funded by their enterprise fund, easing the burden of the general fund and making the users of those assets pay for their installation and maintenance. In addition, the City has two internal service funds, the motor vehicle and technology service fund, both of which are supported by transfers from other City funds. The following table lists the various potential funding sources for all the capital projects. The Projects Completed in the Last Two Years includes various projects that were completed and listed in the previous 10 year CIP Plan dated 2017. The first two fiscal years of the plan are budgeted in the FY 2020 and FY 2021 Adopted Budgets. The future fiscal years included estimated costs and potential funding sources, all pay-as-you-go funding at this time, but are not guaranteed to be supported by those funds depending on their availability. If a funding source could not be identified, the project was listed in the General Fund. However, this is subject to change depending on the projects that Council ultimately approves and the funds that are available. Please note that grant funds will need to be secured and do not include actual grant awards. This table is followed by a pie chart illustrating the percentage of each funding source supporting the entire 10 year CIP plan. City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 6 Introduction FY 2020 through FY 2029 Capital Improvement Projects By Funding Source Funding Source FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 10 Year Total Bond Proceeds 12,866,500$ 11,500,000$ 24,366,500$ General Fund 1,125,000 520,000 761,675 4,696,675 5,513,760 3,833,760 1,635,950 1,725,950 1,400,950 245,950 21,459,670 Water Enterprise Fund 723,400 1,834,600 414,340 6,206,740 939,050 519,050 504,400 485,679 497,296 509,261 12,633,816 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund 1,784,484 65,000 1,280,000 800,000 1,250,000 515,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 8,194,484 Technology Services Fund 92,000 63,860 105,000 260,860 270,000 276,686 4,035,860 85,000 185,860 5,375,126 Grants 2,835,689 1,055,000 800,000 500,000 5,190,689 Lodging District (LBID) Fund 3,288,870 3,288,870 Wastewater Enterprise Fund 1,329,000 622,000 269,000 95,000 107,000 58,000 359,000 90,000 91,000 92,000 3,112,000 Park Development Fund 2,185,000 300,000 100,000 2,585,000 Local Transportation Fund 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 2,500,000 Gas Tax Fund 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 1,000,000 Insurance Claim 500,000 500,000 Impact Fee Fund 300,000 300,000 Motor Vehicle Replacement Fund 110,000 110,000 Circulation Fees Fund 90,000 90,000 Parking Enterprise Fund 25,000 25,000 35,000 85,000 11,793,443$ 4,295,460$ 16,446,515$ 24,694,275$ 11,014,810$ 6,502,496$ 8,535,210$ 2,401,629$ 4,074,246$ 1,033,071$ 90,791,155$ City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 7 Introduction Ten Year Total of Capital Improvement Projects by Funding Source Bond Proceeds 27% General Fund 24%Water Enterprise Fund 14%Half Cent Sales Tax Fund 9% Technology Services Fund 6% Grants 6% Lodging District (LBID) Fund 4% Wastewater Enterprise Fund 3% Park Development Fund 3%Local Transportation Fund 3% Gas Tax Fund 1% Insurance Claim 1%Impact Fee Fund 0% Motor Vehicle Replacement Fund 0%Circulation Fees Fund 0% Parking Enterprise Fund 0% City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 8 Introduction Capital Improvement Project Categories The City’s CIP projects listed in this report total $91 million. The two largest projects in the CIP are the Public Safety Center at $15 million and Central Coast Blue at $14 million. After removing these two large projects, the total amount of projects is $61 million. After removing the Public Safety Facility and Central Coast Blue, the average amount of CIP projects proposed per year is about $6 million, which fluctuates from $1 million to $11 million depending on the mix of projects that year. The most significant CIP project is the Public Safety Facility Project of $15 million, which would likely be supported by bond proceeds if construction of the project were to move forward in FY 2023. The second largest project is Central Coast Blue at $14 million, supported by the Water and Wastewater Enterprise Funds, bond proceeds, and grants. The largest categories of projects are for the Public Buildings & Support Facilities, which includes the Public Safety Facility, followed by Water System projects, including Central Coast Blue. This is followed by $13 million for streets and transportation projects, $8 million for wastewater system projects, and $5 million for promenades/beach access projects. It should be noted that the types of projects are based on the best fit and may cover multiple project types. The following table lists the types of projects and their total amounts by fiscal year for FY 2020 through FY 2029. This table is followed by a pie chart illustrating the types of projects over the entire 10 year CIP. FY 2020 through FY 2029 Capital Improvement Projects By Project Type Project Type FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 10 Year Total Public Facilities 1,125,000$ 815,000$ 250,000$ 14,400,000$ 100,000$ 15,000$ 1,000,000$ 1,590,000$ 1,065,000$ 65,000$ 20,425,000$ Water System 723,400 1,834,600 8,195,840 6,206,740 939,050 519,050 504,400 485,679 497,296 509,261 20,415,316 Streets and Transportation 1,790,000 70,000 2,355,000 950,000 2,030,000 1,530,000 2,530,000 30,000 2,030,000 30,000 13,345,000 Wastewater System 1,329,000 487,000 5,229,000 95,000 107,000 58,000 359,000 90,000 91,000 92,000 7,937,000 Promenades/ Beach Access 10,000 10,000 5,210,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 210,000 10,000 5,480,000 Technology 117,000 88,860 105,000 260,860 270,000 276,686 4,035,860 85,000 185,860 5,425,126 Drainage 950,000 41,675 191,675 108,760 3,743,760 45,950 45,950 45,950 45,950 5,219,670 Parks 2,420,000 2,185,000 220,000 100,000 45,000 4,970,000 Bluff Protection 2,470,173 1,000,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 3,870,173 Parking 3,288,870 210,000 35,000 15,000 3,548,870 Restrooms 75,000 80,000 155,000 11,793,443$ 4,295,460$ 16,446,515$ 24,694,275$ 11,014,810$ 6,502,496$ 8,535,210$ 2,401,629$ 4,074,246$ 1,033,071$ 90,791,155$ City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 9 Introduction Public Facilities 23% Water System 22% Streets and Transportation 15% Wastewater System 9% Promenades/ Beach Access 6% Technology 6% Drainage 6% Parks 5% Bluff Protection 4%Parking 4% Restrooms 0% 10 Year Total of Capital Improvement Projects by Project Type City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 10 Introduction To the Citizens of Pismo Beach: I am honored to present the City’s adopted Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-2020 Ten-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). This plan strikes a balance between maintaining our infrastructure and making strategic investments that will help our community grow and prosper. This CIP looks at a planning period of six to ten years allowing the City to take advantage of long-range planning, financial forecasting and funding options for a number of major multi-year projects. Taking a long-term view of the City’s needs also allows us to make a better connection between the City’s master plans and the associated capital investment needed to realize these plans, all while balancing the current needs of the City. Highlights of the adopted CIP include: coastal access, including ADA improvements to help make the coastline more accessible to all of our residents and guests, bluff stabilization, water and wastewater system improvements and investment in public safety. The largest utility project includes $14 million for Central Coast Blue, which will provide the first new source of water to our City in over 20 years (please see www.centralcoastblue.com for more information). This 10 year CIP also contains marquee projects that highlight the City Council’s commitment to improving, revitalizing, and beautifying our community. In addition, one project already budgeted and in progress, the Shell Beach Streetscape Project, will completely transform the Village of Shell Beach, by installing a new bicycle/pedestrian path, new sidewalks, landscaping, public art and amenities. The City Council along with their advisory bodies and staff look forward to completing the projects presented in our CIP as we continue to build and strengthen our community. On behalf of the City Council I would like to thank everybody involved in the creation of this plan including but not limited to City staff, the Executive Team, the Parks, Recreation and Beautification Commission, the Planning Commission, the Traffic Safety Committee, the Parking Advisory Committee and especially the public, whom we all serve. Sincerely, Benjamin A. Fine, P.E. Director of Public Works/City Engineer City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 11 Projects Completed in the Last Two Years Projects Completed in the Last Two Years FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ACTUAL COST FUNDING SOURCE FY 2017 Bluff Protection Price Street Bluff Protection Construct bluff protection measures along Price Street south of Dinosaur Caves Park at the site of existing bluff failure. $574,266 General Fund, Half-Cent Sales Tax Fund, Grant FY 2017 Bluff Protection St. Andrews Lift Station Bluff Protection Construct bluff protection and beach access stair case to protect the St. Andrews Lift Station where the bluff is failing. $2,500,000 Army Corps of Engineers, Wastewater Enterprise Fund, General Fund FY 2017 Parking Parking Kiosk Replacement Replace existing paid parking kiosk machines. $100,000 Parking Enterprise Fund FY 2017 Parking Parking Lot Improvements Routine maintenance to the parking lot surface. $25,000 Parking Enterprise Fund FY 2018 Parking Reconstruct Parking Lot Pulverize and replace Bello Vets Hall Parking Lot $185,098 General Fund, Half-Cent Sales Tax Fund, Gas Tax Fund FY 2018 Parking Park/Addie One- Way Couplet – Addie Street Parking Lot Improvements Modify the layout to the Addie Street Parking Lot to allow for more parking, and to facilitate through traffic to allow for Park and Addie to be converted to a one-way couplet $512,960 Parking Enterprise Fund City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 12 Projects Completed in the Last Two Years FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ACTUAL COST FUNDING SOURCE FY 2017 Promenades/ Beach Access Pismo Pier Renovation Project Replace aging pilings, cap beams, decking, railing and waterlines on the pier as identified in the 2014 Pier Inspection. $7,964,000 Bond Proceeds $1,240,704 General Fund $13,007 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund FY 2017 Public Facilities New Fire Facility Study to determine optimal size and location for a new Fire Station/Expansion of existing facility. $3,500,000 Impact Fee Fund FY 2017 Public Facilities Old City Hall Building Assessment of possible uses for the Old City Hall Building. $250,000 General Fund, Housing In Lieu Fee Fund FY 2017 Public Facilities Bike Racks Install bike racks as part of Downtown Strategic Plan $4,843 Local Transportation Fund FY 2017 Public Facilities Downtown Strategic Plan implementation Downtown Strategic Plan implementation $700,000 General Fund $45,000 Park Development Fund $5,000 Parking Enterprise Fund FY 2018 Public Facilities Downtown Sidewalk Pavers Replace downtown sidewalks with Pavers on Pomeroy Ave., Hinds Ave. and Cypress Street $779,592 General Fund FY 2017 Risk Management Chapman Estate ADA Improvements Perform ADA improvements at the Chapman Estate as identified in the City’s Transition Plan $245,157 General Fund FY 2018 Technology New Financial System Replacement of the existing Wintegrate system. Project will include software, hardware, interfaces, training, conversion, project management and business process improvements $230,049 Technology Service Fund FY 2019 Water System Backup Generator Replacement Replacement of old backup generator for Water Division $144,706 Water Enterprise Fund City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 13 Projects Budgeted or In Progress Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Bluff Protection Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project Complete the walkway between Ocean Blvd and Vista Del Mar including ADA improvements. Ocean Blvd bluff stabilization, Morro Stairs Replacement, Morro storm drain outfall replacement and Cliff Ave storm drain repair. $938,300 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 20 Years $500,000 Insurance Claim $287,943 Grants FY 2019 Drainage Stormwater Stormwater Program Funds $101,204 General Fund Public Works N/A FY 2019 Parking Downtown Strategic Plan Downtown Strategic Plan implementation $51,183 Parking Enterprise Fund City Council 25 Years FY 2019 Parking Parking Kiosk Machines Install new parking kiosks and meters in Downtown Paid Parking area. $68,666 Parking Enterprise Fund Police Department 15 years FY 2019 Parking Parking Structure Design & Study Design & feasibility study for Parking structure. Determine location. $75,000 Parking Enterprise Fund City Council N/A FY 2019 Parking Pier Plaza/Pier Parking Lot Upgrade Plaza Improvements and Access Improvements – part of Pier Restroom project. $250,000 Parking Enterprise Fund City Council 25 Years FY 2019 Parks Beach Play Equipment Replace Purchase and install new beach play equipment $100,000 Park Development Fund City Council 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 14 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Parks Dinosaur Caves/Spyglass Parks New Play Equipment Expand play area at Dinosaur Caves Park, replace equipment at Spyglass Park $786,773 Park Development Fund City Council 10 Years FY 2019 Parks Park Sign Updates Install new park entrance/identification and wayfinding signs $145,000 General Fund Public Works 25 Years FY 2019 Parks Price Historic Park Implement the sign plan established by the Friends of Price House and the Parks, Recreation and Beautification Commission. $31,398 Park Development Fund City Council, PRBC, Friends of Price House 25 Years FY 2019 Parks Price Historic Park/Meherin House Price Historic Park - Meherin House improvements $50,000 Park Development Fund Friends of Price House 25 years FY 2019 Parks Shell Beach Sport Court Restroom Install restroom at Shell Beach Sports Courts $225,000 Park Development Fund City Council 30 – 40 Years FY 2019 Parks Shell Beach Sports Court Expansion Add new basketball court, modify existing basketball court to pickle ball courts and resurface/restripe existing tennis court $125,000 Park Development Fund City Council 30 – 40 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 15 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Promenade and Beach Access Airstreams for Pier Add two Airstreams for the Pier: Visitor Information Kiosk and Concession/Restaurant $239,500 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2019 Promenade and Beach Access Pier Plaza/Pier Parking Lot Upgrade Plaza Improvements and Access Improvements – part of Pier Restroom project. $815,479 LBID Fund City Council 25 Years FY 2019 Promenade and Beach Access Pismo Pier Replace aging pilings, cap beams, decking, railing and waterlines on the pier as identified in the 2014 Pier Inspection $1,580,350 Bond Proceeds City Council, Public Works 60 Years FY 2019 Promenade and Beach Access South Promenade Maintenance Repair/replace damaged electrical conduit under the South Promenade $10,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2019 Public Facilities City Hall Downstairs Improvements Various City Hall Downstairs Improvements for safety and accessibility $34,200 General Fund Management Services 20 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 16 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Public Facilities City Hall Kitchen/Breakroom City Hall Kitchen and Breakroom for City employees $30,000 General Fund Management Services 15 Years FY 2019 Public Facilities City Hall Leaks Repair leaks the occurred as a result of the Jan 2017 storms $80,097 Grants Public Works 10 Years FY 2019 Public Facilities Civic Center Assessment of possible uses for the Old City Hall Building. $49,238 General Fund City Council N/A FY 2019 Public Facilities Corporation Yard Building Design Remodel corporation yard Long Barn Administration Building including new locker rooms, kitchen and breakroom/training center. $87,200 General Fund Public Works N/A $48,227 Water Enterprise Fund $215,923 SoCal Gas City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 17 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Public Facilities City Council Chamber Upgrades Install upgrades to the City Council Chamber to include microphone control panel for City Clerk’s seat, new audio wiring and standardized equipment, tablet screens, audio video room ventilation, additional TV and speaker timer, refinished dais and staff tables, new staff and audience chairs, and soundproofing $46,181 Public Education Government Fund Management Services 5 – 10 Years FY 2019 Public Facilities FY17 Rainstorm Repair City infrastructure due to the FY 2017 Rainstorm $250,000 Grants Public Works 20 Years FY 2019 Public Facilities New Fire Facility Study to determine optimal size and location for a new Fire Station/Expansion of existing facility $125,000 Impact Fee Fund Fire Department N/A FY 2019 Public Facilities Sidewalk Pavers Install Pavers in Downtown Sidewalks $575,061 General Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2019 Restrooms Dinosaur Caves/Price Historic Park Restroom Project Relocate the existing three stall restroom from Dinosaur Caves Park to Price Historic Park and install new larger restroom at Dinosaur Caves Park $444,294 Park Development Fund City Council, PRBC 30 Years FY 2019 Risk Management ADA Improvements Cypress Perform ADA improvements on Cypress Street as identified in the City’s transition plan $150,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Management Services 20 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Bello Bridge Replacement Design phase of a project to replace the Bello Street bridge with a new bridge that has dedicated bike and pedestrian paths $379,686 Grants Public Works N/A City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 18 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Bike Racks Install bike racks as part of Downtown Strategic Plan $21,890 Local Transportation Fund City Council 20 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Circulation Element Update Update the Circulation Element of the City’s General Plan $127,358 Circulation Fee Fund Community Development Department 5-10 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Cypress and Pomeroy Pedestrian Scramble Cypress/Pomeroy Intersection upgrades to reduce congestion $148,695 Local Transportation Fund Community Development Department 20-30 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Hwy 101 Offramps Planting of trees and shrubs in landscape areas along US 101 between Spyglass Drive and Oak Park Blvd. $124,000 General Fund City Council N/A FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Mattie Road Sidewalk Extension Extend Mattie Road sidewalk at Shell Beach Road and Mattie Road for safe access to the Pismo Preserve $180,000 Grants City Council 30 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Price Canyon Road Price Canyon Road Slope Repair damaged from January 2017 storms $583,719 Grants Public Works 20 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Price Canyon Slope Repair Price Canyon Road Slope Repair damaged from January 2017 storms $40,000 Grants Public Works 20 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Shell Beach Streetscape Reconstruct 18 block section of Shell Beach Road between Cliff Ave. and Terrace Ave. including $4,282,386 General Fund Public Works 50 Years $2,456,043 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 50 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 19 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE adding a multi-use path, ADA- compliant sidewalks, and undergrounding overhead utilities $481,365 Local Transportation Fund Public Works 50 Years $496,950 Gas Tax Fund Public Works 50 Years $335,000 Impact Fee Fund Public Works 50 Years $1,211,101 Grants Public Works 50 Years $1,785,094 Rule 20A and Utility Reimbursement Public Works 50 Years FY 2019 Streets and Transportation SSARP Cal Trans Grant State-funded Systemic Safety Analysis Report Program (SSARP) $277,000 Grants Public Works N/A FY 2019 Streets and Transportation Traffic Study Program Radar enforcement equipment needed for traffic safety $11,795 General Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2019 Technology City Data Storage Systems Replacing and upgrading the City’s data storage systems to improve reliability and resiliency of the City’s IT systems. System improvements are also needed to meet and enforce new records management policies. $101,686 Technology Services Fund Administrativ e Services 5 Years FY 2019 Technology Community Camera Program Community camera pods and infrastructure for expandable modular system $26,449 General Fund Police Department 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 20 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Technology IT Security Assessment Provide an assessment of the security of the City’s data and IT infrastructure. Based on the assessment increase the security capabilities of the City’s IT infrastructure. Once the improvements are in place provide for an outside test of the City’s security. $35,860 Technology Services Fund Administrativ e Services 2 Years FY 2019 Technology Laserfiche / Records Management and Online Citizen Services Continue to develop an auditable, sustainable and efficient Citywide records management system using Laserfiche, including enhanced online citizen services, emphasizing paperless processes where possible. $17,240 Technology Services Fund Administrativ e Services 5 Years FY 2019 Technology Mobile Data Computers Replacement of the Police Department’s mobile data computers, in-car video and license plate reader cameras to maintain officer efficiency levels and Police work flows. $150,000 General Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2019 Technology PD Security Camera System Surveillance cameras for the downtown corridor and Shell Beach streetscape area to improve public safety and traffic. $30,000 General Fund Police Department 8 Years FY 2019 Technology Police RMS/CAD Project would increase the efficiency and improve the work processes of the Police department. $200,000 Grants Police Department 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 21 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Wastewater System Energy Efficient Project CIP Install solar panels and other energy efficient infrastructure $3,844,354 Bond Proceeds Public Works 20 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System Five Cities Lift Station Construct a new lift station to replace the current Five Cities Lift Station $2,454,095 State Revolving Fund Loan Public Works 30 – 50 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System New Chlorine System Replace existing chlorine analyzer which has reached the end of its useful life with a new programmable unit $25,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System Oxidation Ditch Maintenance Clean and maintain oxidation ditches $80,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System Sewer System Management Plan State Water Resources Control Board required recertification of the City’s SSMP, which was last updated in 2007 $200,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System Sludge Dewatering Construct a new solids handling process to replace the City's aged belt press $3,747,183 State Revolving Fund Loan Public Works 30 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System St Andrews Lift Station Construct bluff protection and beach access stair case to protect the St. Andrews Lift Station where the bluff is failing. $141,327 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 50 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 22 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Wastewater System Vista del Mar Gravity System Replace the 8" sewer line with a larger 10" sewer main which would eliminate grade issues with current line that increases the likelihood of sewer back- ups. This project is identified in the Sewer System Management Plan. $194,778 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 - 50 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System Vista del Mar Lift Station Install a new backup generator at Vista del Mar lift station and replace the motor control center $681,274 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2019 Wastewater System WW Maintenance / Improvements Rehabilitate aging clarifier to ensure proper operation of the Wastewater Treatment Plant $226,584 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 – 20 Years FY 2019 Water System Booster Station VFD's Install variable frequency drive motors in water booster stations $54,500 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2019 Water System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $1,170,493 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 years FY 2019 Water System Corp Yard Lighting/Gate Install lighting at the entrance to the City’s corporation yard $10,500 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2019 Water System Financial Management System Replacement of the existing Wintegrate system. Project will include software, hardware, interfaces, training, conversion, project management and business process improvements $213,874 Water Enterprise Fund Administrativ e Services 10 years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 23 Projects Budgeted or In Progress FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT AVAILABLE BUDGET FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2019 Water System Pacific Estates Reservoir Maintenance Perform maintenance and structural repairs to Pacific Estates 1 Reservoir, and improve access road to reservoir $750,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 years FY 2019 Water System Pismo Heights Generator Enclosure Noise reducing generator enclosure to be constructed in the Heights $84,750 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2019 Water System Shell Beach Reservoir 1 Replacement Perform maintenance and structural repairs to Shell Beach 1 Reservoir and OSHA upgrades to all water reservoirs $1,661,863 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2019 Water System Shell Beach Streetscape Upgrade 3,700' to 12-inch PVC waterline from Terrace Ave to the PRV tie in just beyond Cliff Ave. $1,900,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 50 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 24 Fiscal Year 2020 Fiscal Year 2020 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2020 Bluff Protection Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project Complete the walkway between Ocean Blvd and Vista Del Mar including ADA improvements. Ocean Blvd bluff stabilization, Morro Stairs Replacement, Morro storm drain outfall replacement and Cliff Ave storm drain repair. $84,484 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 20 Years $500,000 Insurance Claim $1,885,689 Grants FY 2020 Drainage Encanto Storm Drain Repair damage to the Encanto storm drain. Sections of existing corrugated metal pipe has been lost due to corrosion $250,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2020 Drainage Reef Court Storm Drain Reef Court Storm Drain. Intersect the runoff at an earlier point to keep runoff within the street and gutter $100,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 30 years FY 2020 Drainage Windward Ave Storm Drain Extension Extend storm drain to eliminate algae growth in the gutter at Windward and Ocean Blvd $600,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2020 Parking Pier Plaza/Pier Parking Lot Upgrade Plaza Improvements and Access Improvements – part of Pier Restroom project $3,288,870 LBID Fund City Council 25 Years FY 2020 Public Facilities Chapman Estate Security Plan Chapman Security Plan - surveillance, blocking access, security system, upgrade fire panel $50,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2020 Public Facilities Chapman House Improvements Various Capital Improvements at Chapman, windows, Upgraded exterior port-o-lets $150,000 General Fund Public Works 10 years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 25 Fiscal Year 2020 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2020 Public Facilities Chapman Inventory Chapman Estate inventory and appraisal of assets $30,000 General Fund Administrative Services N/A FY 2020 Public Facilities City Hall Downstairs Improvements City Hall Security Plan and Customer Service Entry $50,000 General Fund City Manager 20 Years FY 2020 Public Facilities Public Safety Facility Feasibility/Design of a new fire station on Bello and reconfigure the existing fire station and police station into a larger police facility $800,000 General Fund City Council N/A FY 2020 Public Facilities Roof Repair Police Fire Buildings Replace the roof on Police and Fire buildings $45,000 General Fund Public Works 12 Years FY 2020 Streets and Transportation Dynamic Signs Two or Three dynamic signs to improves circulation and parking in downtown $90,000 Circulation Fees Fund City Council 5 Years FY 2020 Streets and Transportation FY20 Paving Project FY 2020 Paving Project $750,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund City Council 10 Years FY 2020 Streets and Transportation Price Canyon Road Price Canyon Road Slope Repair damaged from January 2017 storms $950,000 Grants Public Works 20 Years FY 2020 Technology Community Camera Program Community camera pods and infrastructure for expandable modular system $25,000 Parking Enterprise Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2020 Technology IT Strategic Plan Assessing the City’s Information Technology needs and making strategic planning decisions for the next 5 years. $60,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 5 years FY 2020 Technology Keyless Entrance Access Keyless physical access control Access control system, door hardware, Card printer and cards $10,000 Technology Service Fund Management Services 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 26 Fiscal Year 2020 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2020 Technology Microsoft Office 365 Microsoft Office 365 Deployment & Onsite training $22,000 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 5 years FY 2020 Wastewater System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $874,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 years FY 2020 Wastewater System Inflow and Infiltration Identify and repair sewer line areas affected by Inflow and Infiltration $100,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2020 Wastewater System Trestle Rehabilitation Rehabilitate Toucan Terrace sewer trestle and gravity lines $300,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2020 Wastewater System Wastewater System Improvements - Grit Removal Grit removal between pashall flume and headworks $52,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2020 Water System Booster Station VFD's Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $56,100 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2020 Water System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $430,400 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2020 Water System Five Cities Drive Waterline Replace existing 8” waterline with 12” from 4th Street to Outlet Center ramps $154,500 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2020 Water System Urban Water Master Plan Update Update the City wide water master plan (every 5 years) $82,400 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 27 Fiscal Year 2021 Fiscal Year 2021 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2021 Bluff Protection Harloe Bluff Stabilization Bluff stabilization for Harloe lift structure infrastructure $865,000 Grants Public Works 20 Years $135,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund FY 2021 Public Facilities Public Safety Facility Feasibility/Design of a new fire station on Bello and reconfigure the existing fire station and police station into a larger police facility $500,000 General Fund City Council N/A FY 2021 Public Facilities Rehab Shell Beach Tennis Courts Resurfacing and striping Shell Beach tennis courts $15,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 4 years FY 2021 Public Facilities Mobile Command Vehicle Mobile Command Vehicle $190,000 Grants Police Department 15 Years $110,000 Motor Vehicle Replacement Fund FY 2021 Streets and Transportation Pavement Management Plan Update Paving study to update Pavement Management Plan after Shell Beach Streetscape project complete $50,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund City Council N/A FY 2021 Streets and Transportation Speed Survey Update Update Speed Survey as required by California Vehicle Code (every 10 years) $20,000 General Fund Police Department 10 Years FY 2021 Technology Community Camera Program Community camera pods and infrastructure for expandable modular system $25,000 Parking Enterprise Fund Police Department 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 28 Fiscal Year 2021 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2021 Technology IT Security Assessment Provide an assessment of the security of the City’s data and IT infrastructure. Based on the assessment increase the security capabilities of the City’s IT infrastructure. Once the improvements are in place provide for an outside test of the City’s security. $35,860 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2021 Technology Network Switch Replacement Replace outdated network switches $28,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 2 Years FY 2021 Wastewater System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $63,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 years FY 2021 Wastewater System Inflow and Infiltration Identify and repair sewer line areas affected by Inflow and Infiltration $106,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2021 Wastewater System Vista Del Mar Backup Generator Install a new backup generator at Vista del Mar lift station and replace the motor control center $265,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2021 Wastewater System Wastewater System Improvements – Grit Removal Grit removal between pashall flume and headworks $53,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2021 Water System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $31,100 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2021 Water System Charles Street Reservoir Perform maintenance to Charles Street Reservoir $1,803,500 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 29 Fiscal Year 2022 Fiscal Year 2022 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2022 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2022 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $41,675 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2022 Parking Pomeroy Market Slurry seal City parking lot on the 300 block of Pomeroy behind Subway $10,000 General Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2022 Parking Sports Complex Parking Pave dirt area adjacent to ball fields for parking $200,000 General Fund Public Works 25 Years FY 2022 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2022 Public Facilities Corporation Yard Additional Storage Building for equipment and vehicles $125,000 General Fund Public Works 40 Years $125,000 Water Enterprise Fund FY 2022 Streets and Transportation Hinds Avenue ADA Improvements Construct improvements as identified in the City’s transition plan $205,000 General Fund Management Services 25 Years FY 2022 Streets and Transportation Pomeroy Street ADA Improvements Construct improvements as identified in the City’s transition plan $120,000 General Fund Management Services 25 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 30 Fiscal Year 2022 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2022 Streets and Transportation Street Maintenance Project Locations to be determined by the Pavement Management Program. Slurry, overlays and replacements per PMP recommendations. $1,250,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 7 – 15 Years $500,000 Local Transportation Fund $250,000 Gas Tax Fund FY 2022 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual street striping $30,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2022 Technology City Telephone/Commun ication Systems Assessment Assess the needs of the City’s telephone and office communication systems to determine if improvements are needed. $5,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 5 Years FY 2022 Technology Desktop Refreshment/Public Counter PCs Project would identify the immediate needs related to PC desktop replacement, along with identifying number and placement for PCs at public counters $50,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 3 Years FY 2022 Technology Public Safety Radio Console End User Equipment Replacement Replacement of the end user equipment for the Police department’s radio console system. $50,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2022 Wastewater System Bypass Pump Purchase portable bypass pump and related equipment to allow for work on manholes and bypass broken pipes during emergencies $164,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 31 Fiscal Year 2022 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2022 Wastewater System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $4,960,000 Bond Proceeds Public Works 30 years FY 2022 Wastewater System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to wastewater system operations $50,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2022 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $55,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2022 Water System Central Coast Blue Construct offsite full advance treatment plant and groundwater inject wells $2,442,900 Bond Proceeds Public Works 30 years FY 2022 Water System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $30,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2022 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $40,040 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2022 Water System Master Plan Update Update the City wide water master plan (every 5 years) $60,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2022 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2022 Water System New Production Well New Production Well $5,463,600 Bond Proceeds Public Works 30 years FY 2022 Water System Pacific Estates 2 Reservoir Maintenance Perform maintenance to Pacific Estates 2 Reservoir $109,300 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 32 Fiscal Year 2023 Fiscal Year 2023 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2023 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2023 Drainage Shell Beach Master Drainage Study Master Drainage Study for Shell Beach to address current and future drainage needs within the Shell Beach Village neighborhoods and develop a capital improvement program (CIP) to address the findings and analysis. $150,000 General Fund Public Works N/A FY 2023 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $41,675 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2023 Parking Pier Parking Lot Slurry seal parking lot $35,000 Parking Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2023 Parks Chumash Park Play Equipment Replacement Replace play equipment and soft fall material at both playground sites within the park. $420,000 General Fund Community Development Department 15 – 20 Years FY 2023 Parks Price Historic Park Improvements Phase 3 improvements (site lighting, orchard completion, event area, Kitchen/storage building, wedding-event deck/gazebo, event turf and irrigation, internal trails, entry landscaping, signage and interpretative signage $400,000 General Fund Friends of Price House 25 Years $800,000 Grant $800,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund FY 2023 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 1 Year City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 33 Fiscal Year 2023 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2023 Public Facilities Public Facilities Master Plan Develop strategic plan for construction maintenance and renovation of public facilities $100,000 General Fund Community Development Department 10 – 20 Years FY 2023 Public Facilities Public Safety Center Construct a new fire station on Bello Street and expand the police department into the old fire station. $2,000,000 General Fund Fire Department, Police Department 20 Years $10,000,000 Bond Proceeds $1,500,000 Bond Proceeds $300,000 Impact Fee Fund FY 2023 Public Facilities Cypress Bridge dome lighting Install lighting along the Cypress Street pedestrian bridge $500,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2023 Restrooms Sports Complex Restrooms Construct new restrooms for Ford and Rooker Fields and eliminate septic system $75,000 General Fund Parks Recreation Beautification Committee 30 Years FY 2023 Streets and Transportation Price Street ADA Improvements Construct improvements as identified in the City’s transition plan $920,000 General Fund Management Services 30 Years FY 2023 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2023 Technology Computer Maintenance Management System CMMS software system would allow maintenance workers to complete daily tasks more effectively and efficiently. Would also allow City to be proactive in maintaining the lifespan of facilities, equipment and assets $115,000 Technology Services Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2023 Technology Emergency Operations Center Technology Upgrades Replacement of televisions and display equipment to improve coordination and communication within and outside the emergency operations center. $20,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 34 Fiscal Year 2023 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2023 Technology Intranet Implementation Design refresh for an intranet to increase efficiencies in information sharing across Departments $25,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 4 Years FY 2023 Technology IT Security Assessment Provide an assessment of the security of the City’s data and IT infrastructure. Based on the assessment increase the security capabilities of the City’s IT infrastructure. Once the improvements are in place provide for an outside test of the City’s security. $35,860 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 2 years FY 2023 Technology Police Body Cameras Replacement of the Police Department’s body cameras to ensure evidence retention and equipment reliability. $35,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2023 Technology Police Facility Surveillance System Replacement of existing cameras, housings and recording equipment. The project would also include additional camera locations to fully cover the lobby, parking lot and Police annex building. $30,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2023 Wastewater System Ferrous Tank Replacement Replace ferrous chloride tank at the wastewater treatment plant $39,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2023 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $56,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2023 Water System 4th Street Waterline 4th Street Waterline $1,549,600 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2023 Water System Cypress Waterline Upgrade Cypress Waterline Upgrade $437,100 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 35 Fiscal Year 2023 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2023 Water System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $80,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2023 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $40,040 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2023 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2023 Water System Pismo Oaks Reservoir Maintenance Perform maintenance to Pismo Oaks Reservoir $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 years FY 2023 Water System Remote Read System and Meter Change Out Install a Remote Read System and change out all water meters to provide instant information about water consumption and reduce water loss $4,000,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 36 Fiscal Year 2024 Fiscal Year 2024 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2024 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2024 Drainage Pismo Heights and Downtown Drainage Study and Wadsworth Storm Drain Design Update the 2005 Master Drainage Plan for Pismo Heights and Downtown. Study existing drainage patterns and sources of erosion on Price Canyon Road. $65,000 General Fund Public Works N/A FY 2024 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $43,760 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2024 Parking Corporation Yard Slurry seal the paved areas at the Corporate Yard to preserve the pavement $15,000 General Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2024 Parks Boeker Street overlook/ connection to Margo Dodd Park Seating and overlook improvement to area at the end of Boeker with bridging to Margo Dodd Park $2,000,000 Park Development Fund LCP 25 Years FY 2024 Parks Price Historic Park Improvements Phase 4 improvements (new porches w/accessible ramps for Price & Meherin Houses, ornamental landscaping & irrigation for Price & Meherin Houses, memorial orchard expansion) $185,000 Park Development Fund Friends of Price House 25 Years FY 2024 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 8 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 37 Fiscal Year 2024 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2024 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Structural Analysis Report Update Perform a structural analysis of the Pier to determine how the pier is aging and to see what repairs if any are necessary. Required every 4 years per lease agreement with the State of California $200,000 General Fund Public Works 4 Years FY 2024 Promenades/ Beach Access Promenade Extension Extend promenade north to Wilmar Stairs $5,000,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2024 Public Facilities Downtown Sidewalk Pavers Install Pavers in Downtown Sidewalks $100,000 General Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2024 Streets and Transportation Street Maintenance Project Locations to be determined by the Pavement Management Program. Slurry, overlays and replacements per PMP recommendations. $1,250,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 10 – 15 Years $500,000 Local Transportation Fund $250,000 Gas Tax Fund FY 2024 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2024 Technology Facilities Cabling upgrade Upgrade to CAT 6 cabling throughout all City facilities $120,000 Technology Services Fund Police Department 10 Years FY 2024 Technology Police Mobile Data Computers, In-Car Video and LPR Cameras Replacement of the Police Department’s mobile data computers, in-car video and license plate reader cameras to maintain officer efficiency levels and Police work flows. $150,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2024 Wastewater System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to wastewater system operations $50,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2024 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $57,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 38 Fiscal Year 2024 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2024 Water System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $30,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2024 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $44,050 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2024 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2024 Water System Ocean View Ave/ Hwy 101 Upgrade Ocean View Ave/ Hwy 101 Upgrade $450,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2024 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $365,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 39 Fiscal Year 2025 Fiscal Year 2025 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2025 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2025 Drainage El Portal Outfall Removal and Storm Drain Reroute Re-route drainage system on El Portal/Indio to bypass failing outfall and combine flows from the failing outfall to the next outfall south. $250,000 General Fund Public Works 40 Years FY 2025 Drainage Shell Beach Drainage Improvements Construct storm drain infrastructure in Shell Beach concentrating on Esparto, Windward and Montecito. $3,000,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2025 Drainage Storm Drain on Wadsworth from Bello to Judkins Middle School Install Phase III of the Wadsworth storm drain Improvements per the Stormwater Master Plan, drain pipe from Bello to Judkins Middle School and inlets near Judkins. $450,000 General Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2025 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit. $43,760 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2025 Parks Boosinger Park Master Plan Plans for ultimate improvements to Boosinger Park. $40,000 Park Development Fund Community Development Department N/A FY 2025 Parks Chumash Park Improvements Improvements identified in Chumash park master plan, additional trails, interpretive signs and artwork. $180,000 Park Development Fund Community Development Department 20 Years FY 2025 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed. $10,000 General Fund Public Works 3 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 40 Fiscal Year 2025 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2025 Public Facilities Rehab Shell Beach Tennis Court Seal, stripe and maintain tennis courts (Every four years) FY 2021 Public Works Rehab Shell Beach Tennis Court FY 2025 Restrooms Shell Beach Tennis Courts Restroom Construct restroom for the Shell Beach Tennis Courts. $80,000 Park Development Fund Community Development Department 30 Years FY 2025 Streets and Transportation Realign Frady Lane Straighten Frady Lane so it is routed between the baseball fields and the railroad tracks. Repurpose old road alignment for parking, park and corporation yard access. $500,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 40 Years $500,000 Local Transportation Fund $500,000 Grant FY 2025 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2025 Technology City Data Storage Systems Replacing and upgrading the City’s data storage systems to improve reliability and resiliency of the City’s IT systems. System improvements are also needed to meet and enforce new records management policies. $101,686 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 5 Years FY 2025 Technology Desktop Refreshment/Public Counter PCs Project would identify the immediate needs related to PC desktop replacement, along with identifying number and placement for PCs at public counters $50,000 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 3 Years FY 2025 Technology Geographic Information System Improvements Acquire an interactive viewer to provide a simple way for staff and the public to access GIS data $45,000 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 41 Fiscal Year 2025 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2025 Technology Information Technology Assessment and Strategic Plan Assessing the City’s Information Technology needs and making strategic planning decisions for the next 5 years. $80,000 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 5 Years FY 2025 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $58,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2025 Water System Bello Reservoir Maintenance Perform maintenance and structural repairs on Bello Reservoir $30,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 years FY 2025 Water System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $30,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2025 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $44,050 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2025 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2025 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $365,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 42 Fiscal Year 2027 Fiscal Year 2026 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2026 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2026 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit. $45,950 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2026 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed. $10,000 General Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2026 Public Facilities Price Street Sidewalk Pavers Install Pavers in Downtown Sidewalks on Price Street. $1,000,000 General Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2026 Streets and Transportation ADA Improvements Construct improvements as identified in the City’s transition plan. $500,000 General Fund Management Services 30 Years FY 2026 Streets and Transportation Street Maintenance Project Locations to be determined by the Pavement Management Program. Slurry, overlays and replacements per PMP recommendations. $1,250,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 15 Years $500,000 Local Transportation Fund $250,000 Gas Tax Fund FY 2026 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 7 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 43 Fiscal Year 2027 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2026 Technology IT Security Assessment Provide an assessment of the security of the City’s data and IT infrastructure. Based on the assessment increase the security capabilities of the City’s IT infrastructure. Once the improvements are in place provide for an outside test of the City’s security. $35,860 Technology Service Fund Administrative Services 2 years FY 2026 Technology Public Safety and Public Works Radio System Replacement of equipment for all of the City’s radio channels $4,000,000 Technology Service Fund Police Department 12 Years FY 2026 Wastewater System Clarifier Rehabilitation Clean and rehabilitate clarifiers at the wastewater treatment plant $250,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2026 Wastewater System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to wastewater system operations $50,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 15 Years FY 2026 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $59,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2026 Water System Equipment Replacement Replace miscellaneous equipment related to water system operations $30,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2026 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $48,450 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2026 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2026 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $375,950 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 44 Fiscal Year 2027 Fiscal Year 2027 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2027 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2027 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $45,950 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2027 Parks Price Historic Park Improvements Phase 6 improvements (Juan Bautista Trail extension over Pismo Creek, memorial orchard expansion) $100,000 Park Development Fund Friends of Price House 25 Years FY 2027 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2027 Public Facilities Interpretive panels Interpretive panels along bluff top parks and Pismo Creek $65,000 General Fund LCP 10 – 15 Years FY 2027 Public Facilities Pismo Marsh Ecological Preserve trail project Prepare Master Plan and environmental analysis $1,000,000 General Fund LCP N/A FY 2027 Public Facilities Shell Beach Road Sidewalk Construct sidewalk on Shell Beach Road between Seacliff Drive and Coburn $525,000 General Fund Public Works 60 Years FY 2027 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2027 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $60,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2027 Wastewater System Update Sewer System Management Plant (SSMP) Update the State Water Resources Control Board required SSMP $30,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 45 Fiscal Year 2027 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2027 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $48,450 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2027 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2027 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $387,229 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 46 Fiscal Year 2028 Fiscal Year 2028 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2028 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2028 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $45,950 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2028 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2028 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Structural Analysis Report Update Perform a structural analysis of the Pier to determine how the pier is aging and to see what repairs if any are necessary. Required every 4 years per lease agreement with the State of California $200,000 General Fund Public Works 4 Years FY 2028 Public Facilities Interpretive panels Interpretive panels along bluff top parks and Pismo Creek $65,000 General Fund LCP 10 – 15 Years FY 2028 Public Facilities Pismo Marsh Ecological Preserve trail project Prepare Master Plan and environmental analysis $1,000,000 General Fund LCP N/A FY 2028 Streets and Transportation Street Maintenance Project Locations to be determined by the Pavement Management Program. Slurry, overlays and replacements per PMP recommendations. $1,250,000 Half Cent Sales Tax Fund Public Works 15 Years $500,000 Local Transportatio n Fund $250,000 Gas Tax Fund FY 2028 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 47 Fiscal Year 2028 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2028 Technology Desktop Refreshment/Public Counter PCs Project would identify the immediate needs related to PC desktop replacement, along with identifying number and placement for PCs at public counters $50,000 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 3 Years FY 2028 Technology Police Body Cameras Replacement of the Police Department’s body cameras to ensure evidence retention and equipment reliability. $35,000 Technology Services Fund Police Department 5 Years FY 2028 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $61,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2028 Wastewater System Update Sewer System Management Plant (SSMP) Update the State Water Resources Control Board required SSMP $30,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2028 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $48,450 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2028 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2028 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $398,846 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 48 Fiscal Year 2029 Fiscal Year 2029 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2029 Bluff Protection Bluff Erosion Control Provide erosion control as needed to protect bluff areas from accelerated erosion by wind, rain and wave action. $50,000 General Fund Public Works 20 Years FY 2029 Drainage Stormwater Management Plan Cost associated with maintaining MS4 permit $45,950 General Fund Public Works 1 Year FY 2029 Parks Resurface/Restripe Courts Resurface and restripe existing basketball, pickle ball and tennis courts $45,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2029 Promenades/ Beach Access Pier Planking Replacement Remove and replace planking and spikes as needed $10,000 General Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2029 Public Facilities Interpretive panels Interpretive panels along bluff top parks and Pismo Creek $65,000 General Fund LCP 10 – 15 Years FY 2029 Streets and Transportation Street Striping Annual re-striping of streets $30,000 General Fund Public Works 5 – 7 Years FY 2029 Technology IT Security Assessment Provide an assessment of the security of the City’s data and IT infrastructure. Based on the assessment increase the security capabilities of the City’s IT infrastructure. Once the improvements are in place provide for an outside test of the City’s security. $35,860 Technology Services Fund Administrative Services 2 years FY 2029 Technology Police Mobile Data Computers, In-Car Video and LPR Cameras Replacement of the Police Department’s mobile data computers, in-car video and license plate reader cameras to maintain officer efficiency levels and Police work flows. $150,000 Technology Services Fund Police Department 5 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 49 Fiscal Year 2029 FISCAL YEAR CATEGORY PROJECT DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENT ESTIMATED COST FUNDING SOURCE REQUESTED BY USEFUL LIFE FY 2029 Wastewater System Pump Replacement Wastewater System Pump Replacement $62,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 10 Years FY 2029 Wastewater System Update Sewer System Management Plant (SSMP) Update the State Water Resources Control Board required SSMP $30,000 Wastewater Enterprise Fund Public Works 5 Years FY 2029 Water System Main Line Valve Replacement Replace six valves per year within the water distribution system $48,450 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years FY 2029 Water System Meter Replacement Replace aging water meters throughout the City to ensure reliable water use recording $50,000 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 9 Years FY 2029 Water System Waterline Replacement Replace miscellaneous per the City’s Master Plan and water system needs. $410,811 Water Enterprise Fund Public Works 30 Years City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 50 Complete Project Listing COMPLETE PROJECT LISTING Complete Project Listing In Alphabetical Order City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 51 Complete Project Listing 4th Street Waterline, 34 ADA Improvements, 42 ADA Improvements Cypress, 17 Airstreams for Pier, 15 Backup Generator Replacement, 12 Beach Play Equipment Replace, 13 Bello Bridge Replacement, 17 Bello Reservoir Maintenance, 41 Bike Racks, 12, 18 Bluff Erosion Control, 29, 32, 36, 39, 42, 44, 46, 48 Boeker Street overlook/connection to Margo Dodd Park, 36 Boosinger Park Master Plan, 39 Booster Station VFD's, 22, 26 Bypass Pump, 30 Central Coast Blue, 22, 26, 28, 31 Chapman Estate ADA Improvements, 12 Chapman Estate Security Plan, 24 Chapman House Improvements, 24 Chapman Inventory, 25 Charles Street Reservoir, 28 Chumash Park Improvements, 39 Chumash Park Play Equipment Replacement, 32 Circulation Element Update, 18 City Council Chamber Upgrades, 17 City Data Storage Systems, 19, 40 City Hall Downstairs Improvements, 15, 25 City Hall Kitchen/Breakroom, 16 City Hall Leaks, 16 City Telephone/Communication Systems Assessment, 30 Civic Center, 16 Clarifier Rehabilitation, 43 Community Camera Program, 19, 25, 27 Computer Maintenance Management System, 33 Corp Yard Lighting/Gate, 22 Corporation Yard, 36 Corporation Yard Building Design, 16 Cypress and Pomeroy Pedest, 18 Cypress Bridge dome lighting, 33 Cypress Waterline Upgrade, 34 Desktop Refreshment/Public Counter PCs, 30, 40 Dino Caves New Play Equipment, 14 Dinosaur Caves/Price Historic Park Restroom Project, 17 Downtown Sidewalk Pavers, 12, 37, 42 Downtown Strategic Plan, 13 Downtown Strategic Plan implementation, 12 Dynamic Signs, 25 El Portal Outfall Removal and Storm Drain Reroute, 39 Emergency Operations Center Technology Upgrades, 33 Encanto Storm Drain, 24 Energy Efficient Project CIP, 21 Equipment Replacement, 31, 35, 37, 38, 41, 43 Facilities Cabling upgrade, 37 Ferrous Tank Replacement, 34 Financial Management System, 22 Five Cities Drive Waterline, 26 Five Cities Lift Station, 21 FY17 Rainstorm, 17 FY20 Paving Project, 25 Geographic Information System Improvements, 40 Harloe Bluff Stabilization, 27 Hinds Avenue ADA Improvements, 29 Hwy 101 Offramps, 18 Inflow and Infiltration, 26, 28 Information Technology Assessment and Strategic Plan, 41 Interpretive panels, 44, 46, 48 Intranet Implementation, 34 IT Security Assessment, 20, 28, 34, 43, 48 IT Strategic Plan, 25 Keyless Entrance Access, 25 Laserfiche/Records Management and Online Citizen Services, 20 Main Line Valve Replacement, 31, 35, 38, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49 Master Plan Update, 31 Mattie Road Sidewalk Extension, 18 Meter Replacement, 31, 35, 38, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49 Microsoft Office 365, 26 Mobile Command Vehicle, 27 Mobile Data Computers, 20 Network Switch Replacement, 28 New Chlorine System, 21 New Financial System, 12 New Fire Facility, 12 New Fire Facility, 17 New Production Well, 31 Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project, 13, 24 Ocean View Ave/ Hwy 101 Upgrade, 38 Old City Hall Building, 12 Oxidation Ditch Maintenance, 21 Pacific Estates 2 Reservoir Maintenance, 31 Pacific Estates Reservoir Maintenance, 23 Park Sign Updates, 14 Park/Addie One-Way Couplet – Addie Street Parking Lot Improvements, 11 Parking Kiosk Machines, 13 City of Pismo Beach – Capital Improvements & Major Expenditures Page 52 Complete Project Listing Parking Kiosk Replacement, 11 Parking Lot Improvements, 11 Parking Structure Design & Study, 13 Pavement Management Plan Update, 27 PD Security Camera System, 20 Pier Parking Lot, 32 Pier Planking Replacement, 29, 32, 36, 39, 42, 44, 46, 48 Pier Plaza/Pier Parking Lot Upgrade, 13, 15, 24 Pier Structural Analysis Report Update, 37, 46 Pismo Heights and Downtown Drainage Study and Wadsworth Storm Drain Design, 36 Pismo Heights Generator Enclosure, 23 Pismo Marsh Ecological Preserve trail project, 44, 46 Pismo Oaks Reservoir Maintenance, 35 Pismo Pier, 15 Pismo Pier Renovation Project, 12 Police Body Cameras, 34 Police Facility Surveillance System, 34 Police Mobile Data Computers, In-Car Video and LPR Cameras, 37, 48 Police RMS/CAD, 20 Pomeroy Market, 29 Pomeroy Street ADA Improvements, 29 Price Canyon Road, 18, 25 Price Canyon Slope Repair, 18 Price Historic Park, 14 Price Historic Park Improvements, 32, 36, 44 Price Historic Park/Meherin House, 14 Price Street ADA Improvements, 33 Price Street Bluff Protection, 11 Project, 37 Promenade Extension, 37 Public Facilities Master Plan, 33 Public Safety and Public Works Radio System, 43 Public Safety Center, 33 Public Safety Facility, 25, 27 Public Safety Radio Console End User Equipment Replacement, 30 Pump Replacement, 31, 34, 37, 41, 43, 44, 47, 49 Realign Frady Lane, 40 Reconstruct Parking Lot, 11 Reef Court Storm Drain, 24 Rehab Shell Beach Tennis Court, 40 Rehab Shell Beach Tennis Courts, 27 Remote Read System and Meter Change Out, 35 Resurface/Restripe Courts, 48 Roof Repair Police Fire Buildings, 25 Sewer System Management Plan, 21 Shell Beach Drainage Improvements, 39 Shell Beach Master Drainage Study, 32 Shell Beach Reservoir 1 Replacement, 23 Shell Beach Road Sidewalk, 44 Shell Beach Sport Court Restroom, 14 Shell Beach Sports Court Expansion, 14 Shell Beach Streetscape, 18, 23 Shell Beach Tennis Courts Restroom, 40 Sidewalk Pavers, 17 Sludge Dewatering, 21 South Promenade Maintenance, 15 Speed Survey Update, 27 Sports Complex Parking, 29 Sports Complex Restrooms, 33 SSARP Cal Trans Grant, 19 St Andrews Lift Station, 21 St. Andrews Lift Station Bluff Protection, 11 Storm Drain on Wadsworth from Bello to Judkins Middle School, 39 Stormwater, 13 Stormwater Management Plan, 29, 32, 36, 39, 42, 44, 46, 48 Street Maintenance Project, 30, 42, 46 Street Striping, 30, 33, 37, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 Traffic Study Program, 19 Trestle Rehabilitation, 26 Update Sewer System Management Plant (SSMP), 44, 47, 49 Urban Water Master Plan Update, 26 Vista Del Mar Backup Generator, 28 Vista del Mar Gravity System, 22 Vista del Mar Lift Station, 22 Wastewater System Improvements - Grit Removal, 26 Wastewater System Improvements – Grit Removal, 28 Waterline Replacement, 38, 41, 43, 47, 49 Windward Ave Storm Drain Extension, 24 WW Maintenance / Improvements, 22 Yard, 29