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  • Draft

    2016-2025 Capital Budget Details

    (Budget Book 3 of 4)

    November 2015

  • Table of Contents 2016 CAPITAL BUDGET

    Chief Administrative Office .......................................... 4 Fire Services ......................................................... 5 Emergency Management ................................... 13

    Corporate Services ..................................................... 16 Property .............................................................. 19 Facilities and Special Projects ............................ 35 Information Services ........................................... 41 Other .................................................................. 53

    Utility Services ............................................................. 76 USD Admin ......................................................... 79 Arterial Streets .................................................... 88 Collector and Local Streets .............................. 139 Bridges ............................................................. 151 Sidewalks ......................................................... 167 Sanitary Sewers ............................................... 175 Storm Sewers ................................................... 191 Public Works .................................................... 199 Environmental Protection Services ................... 217 Waste Management ......................................... 231 Transit .............................................................. 237 Parking ............................................................. 255 Traffic and Transportation ................................ 267 Demand Management ...................................... 279 Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects ............. 286

    Community Services ................................................. 329 Recreation ........................................................ 331 Arts Culture and Heritage ................................ .347 Museum ............................................................ 357

    Library ............................................................... 367 Art Gallery ......................................................... 379 Arenas .............................................................. 383 Administration ................................................... 405 Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre ........... 415 Social Services ................................................. 423

    Planning and Development Services ....................... 430 Planning ............................................................ 433 Growth Areas .................................................... 453 Industrial Parks ................................................. 463 Housing ............................................................ 471 Airport ............................................................... 481 Geomatics/Mapping .......................................... 497

    Police .......................................................................... 504

  • City of PeterboroughCombined Tangible & Other Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Combined Tangible and Other Capital Program Summary

    8,401.6 69.8 638.4 14,682.8 1,202.2 708.2 360.0 4,010.8 8,401.6 708.2 360.0 4,010.8 CAO

    45,423.4 122.4 302.5 828.4 5,934.7 1,055.5 91,284.2 11,381.5 8,243.5 9,287.0 16,948.8 37,353.4 7,941.0 8,232.0 13,938.8 Community Services

    48,590.2 754.5 5,422.7 1,855.0 430.0 84,639.4 2,840.3 8,462.2 15,701.0 9,045.6 47,922.5 7,707.8 15,696.0 7,550.6 Corporate Services

    30,541.6 90.0 4,251.5 1,632.5 2,000.0 3,345.0 67,165.6 13,336.5 11,319.0 7,325.5 4,643.0 24,476.1 7,067.5 7,040.0 4,002.5 Planning and Development

    75.0 510.8 660.8 510.8 75.0 75.0 510.8 75.0 Police Services

    584,117.6 1,445.7 1,129.2 2,184.2 12,502.3 18,126.8 826,120.4 88,287.5 35,388.2 63,520.7 54,806.5 566,149.9 34,259.0 60,183.0 53,626.5 Utility Services

    1,084,553.2 6,437.7 117,048.0 64,631.9 58,194.2 10,648.4 717,149.4 1,658.1 22,292.0 23,595.7 96,194.2 89,529.7 684,378.5 91,511.0 83,204.2Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Tangible Capital Program Summary

    8,401.6 69.8 638.4 14,682.8 1,202.2 708.2 360.0 4,010.8 8,401.6 708.2 360.0 4,010.8 CAO

    43,923.4 77.4 260.0 262.6 5,934.7 798.0 85,642.4 8,989.5 7,332.7 8,878.1 16,518.8 35,853.4 7,072.7 7,823.1 13,508.8 Community Services

    46,734.2 741.0 3,988.0 1,855.0 367.0 76,672.2 375.0 6,950.9 14,605.0 8,007.1 46,066.5 6,210.0 14,600.0 6,512.1 Corporate Services

    22,243.6 4,067.5 907.5 2,000.0 2,720.0 50,703.4 9,982.3 9,695.0 5,657.5 3,125.0 18,431.1 5,627.5 5,590.0 2,737.5 Planning and Development

    510.8 510.8 510.8 510.8 Police Services

    561,083.8 1,352.7 1,045.2 1,680.3 12,502.3 15,503.9 765,747.7 63,725.7 32,084.4 59,707.0 49,146.8 543,116.1 31,039.2 57,036.3 47,966.8 Utility Services

    993,959.2 6,113.7 84,274.6 57,282.0 51,168.3 7,418.9 682,386.6 1,430.1 22,292.0 20,027.3 89,207.5 80,808.5 651,868.7 85,409.3 74,736.0Total

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Other Capital Program Summary

    1,500.0 45.0 42.5 565.8 257.5 5,641.8 2,392.1 910.8 409.0 430.0 1,500.0 868.3 409.0 430.0 Community Services

    1,856.0 13.5 1,434.8 63.0 7,967.1 2,465.3 1,511.3 1,096.0 1,038.5 1,856.0 1,497.8 1,096.0 1,038.5 Corporate Services

    8,298.0 90.0 184.0 725.0 625.0 16,462.2 3,354.2 1,624.0 1,668.0 1,518.0 6,045.0 1,440.0 1,450.0 1,265.0 Planning and Development

    75.0 150.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 Police Services

    23,033.8 93.0 84.0 503.9 2,622.9 60,372.8 24,561.8 3,303.8 3,813.7 5,659.7 23,033.8 3,219.8 3,146.7 5,659.7 Utility Services

    90,594.0 324.0 32,773.4 7,349.9 7,025.9 3,229.5 34,762.8 228.0 3,568.4 6,986.7 8,721.2 32,509.8 6,101.7 8,468.2Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    CAO Summary

    8,281.6 69.8 638.4 14,129.4 848.8 708.2 320.0 3,970.8 8,281.6 708.2 320.0 3,970.8 Fire Services 2-1

    120.0 553.4 353.4 40.0 40.0 120.0 40.0 40.0 Emergency Management2-2

    14,682.8 1,202.2 708.2 708.2 69.8 8,401.6 638.4 360.0 4,010.8 8,401.6 360.0 4,010.8Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    CAO Fire Services

    Fire Apparatus Additions/Replacement 2,790.0 540.0 4,787.4 507.4 540.0 150.0 800.0 2,790.0 540.0 150.0 800.0 2-1.01

    FF Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment

    1,241.6 69.8 98.4 1,917.0 166.4 168.2 170.0 170.8 1,241.6 168.2 170.0 170.8 2-1.02

    Fire Station Relocations and Construction

    4,250.0 7,425.0 175.0 3,000.0 4,250.0 3,000.0 2-1.03

    14,129.4 848.8 708.2 708.2 69.8 8,281.6 638.4 320.0 3,970.8 8,281.6 320.0 3,970.8Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 2-1.01CAO

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14166

    Fire - Fire Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Fire Apparatus/Vehicle Replacement Schedule:

    Delivery &Design Purchase Year Year Equipment and Current ($)2016 2016 Replace Rescue Pumper - $540,0002017 2017 Technical Rescue Retrofit - $150,0002018 2018 Replace 1991 Aerial Truck - $800,0002019 2019 Replace Rescue Pumper - $600,0002020 2020 Replace Support Unit - $65,0002022 2022 Replace Rescue Pumper - $650,0002023 2023 Replace Support Unit - $72,0002024 2024 Replace Support Unit - $73,0002024 2024 Station 4 Pumper & Service Vehicle - $660,0002025 2025 Replace Rescue Pumper - $670,000

    Project Name & Description

    Fire Apparatus Replacement/Additions

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The ongoing replacement of fire apparatus will lower maintenance costs in future years.

    To meet the proposed capital expenditures, the annual contribution of $400,000 from the operating budget to the Fire Vehicle Equipment Reserve Fund will need to be maintained.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14166

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 2-1.01

    Fire - Fire Services

    CAO

    Project Description Fire Apparatus Additions/Replacement

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,787.4 507.4 540.0 150.0 800.0 600.0 65.0 2,125.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,787.4Net Requirements 507.4 540.0 150.0 800.0 600.0 65.0 2,125.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Fire 876.0 216.0 660.0

    876.0 216.0Total Development Charges 660.0

    ReservesFire Vehicle Equip Reserve 3,911.4 291.4 540.0 150.0 800.0 600.0 65.0 1,465.0

    3,911.4 291.4 540.0 150.0 800.0Total Reserves 600.0 65.0 1,465.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 2-1.02CAO

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15164

    Fire - Fire Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In compliance with current standards, 32 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and 74 cylinders were purchased in 2008. This equipment has a maximum anticipated life of 15 years; therefore, replacement of 32 SCBA and 74 cylinders will be required in 2023.

    Currently, an annual amount of $14,000 is being contributed to a Fire Fighting and Safety Equipment reserve from the Operating budget to provide for sufficient funds for purchase in 2023.

    This TCA program also covers the purchase of various fire fighting equipment such as: Power tools, hose, nozzles and related tools and equipment Training props for safe fire and rescue training operations Replacement of specialty rescue equipment and trailer Water/Ice Rescue equipment

    Project Name & Description

    Fire Fighting Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    Commitments Made

    To maintain this program for each subsequent year as mandated by the MOL, it is necessary to continue annual capital budget expenditures for the acquisition of PPE.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The provision of additional PPE as mandated by the MOL will increase annual operating, maintenance and repair costs. PPE has an operational life of 5-10 years and includes specially designed pants and coats, gloves, helmets, boots and other protective clothing to fire service standards. This TCA program allows for the replacement of decommissioned PPE to ensure firefighters are suitably equipped to remain in-service when their primary set of PPE has been taken out of service for cleaning and/or repairs. This is a priority health and safety part of the TCA program.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15164

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 2-1.02

    Fire - Fire Services

    CAO

    Project Description FF Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,917.0 166.4 168.2 170.0 170.8 171.6 172.4 897.6

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,917.0Net Requirements 166.4 168.2 170.0 170.8 171.6 172.4 897.6

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Fire Fighting and Safety Equip 1,202.0 98.0 98.4 98.8 99.2 99.6 100.0 608.0

    1,202.0 98.0 98.4 98.8 99.2Total Reserves 99.6 100.0 608.0

    715.0 68.4 69.8 71.2 71.6Capital Levy 72.0 72.4 289.6

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 2-1.03CAO

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15163

    Fire - Fire Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    At its meeting held March 1, 2010, Council adopted a number of recommendations as set out in report CSF10-001 (b) dated February 16, 2010 concerning the Station Relocation Review and Implementation.

    Report CSF10-001 (b) indicated that Station #2 on Carnegie would be replaced with annual capital budget priorities and scheduled development. The report also indicated that in 2020, Station #4 would be constructed in East City in conjunction with annual capital budget priorities and scheduled development. However, the project has been deferred until 2024 pending the Cold Springs Subdivision Development.

    The $3.0 million provision shown in 2018 capital expenditures represents the estimated construction cost to replace the 45 year old Carnegie Station #2. The station is inadequate to house apparatus, equipment and crew living and training quarters. PFS has to contend with ongoing mould and environmental issues and the building requires a new roof and exterior cladding. An estimated $150,000 would be required to repair the roof and exterior.

    Project Name & Description

    Fire Station Relocations/Construction

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    There will be an initial lowered cost of maintenance on the future operating budget for the replacement of Fire Station #2.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15163

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 2-1.03

    Fire - Fire Services

    CAO

    Project Description Fire Station Relocations and Construction

    ExpendituresContractual Services 7,425.0 175.0 3,000.0 4,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    7,425.0Net Requirements 175.0 3,000.0 4,250.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,750.0 1,750.0DCRF Fire 5,500.0 1,250.0 4,250.0

    7,250.0 3,000.0Total Debenture Financing 4,250.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Fire 73.0 73.0

    73.0 73.0Total Development Charges

    102.0 102.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    CAO Emergency Management

    Backup Generators 120.0 553.4 353.4 40.0 40.0 120.0 40.0 40.0 2-2.01

    553.4 353.4 120.0 40.0 40.0 120.0 40.0 40.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 2-2.01CAO

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 10717

    Fire - Emergency Management

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2007, a Generator Purchasing Program was established to ensure that the City could provide Reception/Evacuation Centre services for residents during energy emergencies without reliance on backup power supplies from other organizations. The Generator Purchasing Program also supports the Citys Business Continuity Program by providing assurance that City owned facilities can remain operational during power interruptions.

    The City has the following generators: Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre (portable generator) Evinrude Centre (fixed site generator) Fire Stations (fixed site generators) Police Station (fixed site generator) Wastewater Treatment Plant (fixed site generator and portable generators for Sewage Pumping Stations) City Hall (fixed site generator for a portion of the building) Various portable generators (Utility Services Department and Fire Services) Clonsilla Training Room/Alternate EOC Memorial Centre (generator installation early 2016)

    No provision is being requested for 2016.

    Project Name & Description

    Backup Generators

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 10717

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 2-2.01

    Fire - Emergency Management

    CAO

    Project Description Backup Generators

    ExpendituresContractual Services 553.4 353.4 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    553.4Net Requirements 353.4 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 58.4 58.4

    58.4 58.4Total Reserves

    495.0 295.0 40.0 40.0Capital Levy 40.0 40.0 40.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Summary

    38,224.2 566.0 1,607.0 1,855.0 100.0 57,929.3 4,128.0 12,385.0 3,192.1 37,556.5 3,562.0 12,385.0 3,192.1 Property 3-1

    410.0 4,195.0 375.0 420.0 2,990.0 410.0 415.0 1,495.0 Facilities and Special Projects3-2

    8,100.0 175.0 1,081.0 117.0 11,697.9 1,372.9 1,100.0 1,125.0 8,100.0 1,198.0 1,100.0 1,125.0 Information Services 3-3

    1,300.0 150.0 2,850.0 1,450.0 700.0 700.0 1,450.0 700.0 700.0 Other 3-4

    76,672.2 741.0 375.0 6,950.9 6,210.0 3,988.0 46,734.2 1,855.0 367.0 14,605.0 8,007.1 46,066.5 14,600.0 6,512.1Total

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Summary

    13.5 26.5 40.0 40.0 26.5 Property 3-1

    1,856.0 1,408.3 63.0 7,927.1 2,465.3 1,471.3 1,096.0 1,038.5 1,856.0 1,471.3 1,096.0 1,038.5 Other 3-4

    7,967.1 13.5 2,465.3 1,511.3 1,497.8 1,434.8 1,856.0 63.0 1,096.0 1,038.5 1,856.0 1,096.0 1,038.5Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Property

    4,761.7 333.0 1,360.0 325.0 10,382.2 2,018.0 3,355.7 246.8 4,761.7 1,685.0 3,355.7 246.8 City Buildings - Property 3-1.01

    17,832.1 225.0 215.0 1,280.0 26,398.5 1,720.0 6,097.9 748.5 17,832.1 1,495.0 6,097.9 748.5 City Buildings - Community Services 3-1.02

    13,773.5 8.0 12.0 100.0 18,062.5 120.0 2,176.0 1,993.0 13,105.8 112.0 2,176.0 1,993.0 City Buildings - USD 3-1.03

    1,856.9 20.0 250.0 3,086.1 270.0 755.4 203.8 1,856.9 270.0 755.4 203.8 City Buildings - Fire Services 3-1.04

    57,929.3 566.0 4,128.0 3,562.0 1,607.0 38,224.2 1,855.0 100.0 12,385.0 3,192.1 37,556.5 12,385.0 3,192.1Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.01Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference MapProject Name & Description

    Corporate Services - Property

    Commitments Made

    Phase One and Two of the Building Assessment Audit has been completed. The information contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20-year plan. The identified items shall then require repair and/or replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per facility.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

    Project Description2016

    City Hall Elevator $1,083,0001.

    City Hall North Wing Entrance Replacement $25,0002.

    City Hall Generator Replacement $40,0003.

    City Hall North and South Parking Lot Re-Paving

    $60,0004.

    City Hall Board Room & Women's Washroom Renovation

    $35,0005.

    Police Station Window Replacement $350,0006.

    Police Station Storm Water Management $50,0007.

    Police Station Garbage/Recycling Building $50,0008.

    Peterborough Daycare - New HVAC, Life Safety & BAS

    $25,0009.

    City Hall - North Wing - Replace cornice and eavestrough

    $250,00010.

    City Hall Wayfinding Signage $50,00011.

    $2,018,000

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.01

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Corporate Services - Property - Property

    ExpendituresContractual Services 10,382.2 2,018.0 3,355.7 246.8 507.8 465.0 3,460.8 328.1

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Canada Grant 333.0 333.0

    333.0 333.0Total Direct Revenue

    10,049.2Net Requirements 1,685.0 3,355.7 246.8 507.8 465.0 3,460.8 328.1

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 325.0 325.0

    325.0 325.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesCourt House Capital Reserve 752.0 106.8 14.4 630.8

    752.0 106.8 14.4Total Reserves 630.8

    8,972.2 1,360.0 3,248.9 232.4Capital Levy 507.8 465.0 2,830.0 328.1

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.02Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference MapProject Name & Description

    Corporate Services - Property - Community Services

    Commitments Made

    Phase One and Two of the Building Assessment Audit has been completed. The information contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20-year plan. The identified items shall then require repair and/or replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per facility.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

    Project Description2016

    Memorial Centre Roof's D, E & K Replacement

    $450,0001.

    Memorial Centre - Elevator Sump Pit Installation

    $150,0002.

    Memorial Centre - Upgrade Shower Tiles and Ventilation System

    $75,0003.

    Kinsmen Arena - Repairs to Structural Steel Columns and Beams

    $150,0004.

    Kinsmen Arena - Refrigeration Room Equipment Upgrades

    $60,0005.

    Museum & Archives - Exterior Facade & Window Replacement

    $550,0006.

    Market Hall - Interior Lighting Upgrade $35,0007.

    Queen Alexandra - Foundation Waterproofing

    $08.

    Evinrude Centre - Rear Entrance Canopy and Enclosure

    $250,0009.

    $1,720,000

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.02

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Corporate Services- Property - Community Services

    ExpendituresContractual Services 26,398.5 1,720.0 6,097.9 748.5 1,585.6 3,844.3 12,402.2

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 225.0 225.0

    225.0 225.0Total Direct Revenue

    26,173.5Net Requirements 1,495.0 6,097.9 748.5 1,585.6 3,844.3 12,402.2

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,280.0 1,280.0

    1,280.0 1,280.0Total Debenture Financing

    24,893.5 215.0 6,097.9 748.5Capital Levy 1,585.6 3,844.3 12,402.2

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.03Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference MapProject Name & Description

    Corporate Services - Property - Utility Services

    Commitments Made

    Phase One and Two of the Building Assessment Audit has been completed. The information contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20-year plan. The identified items shall then require repair and/or replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per facility.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

    Project Description2016

    Materials Recycling Facility - Replace Carpet & VCT Tile

    $20,0001.

    Transit Garage - Sprinkler System Upgrades

    $100,0002.

    $120,000

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.03

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Corporate Services - Property - Utilities Services

    ExpendituresContractual Services 18,062.5 120.0 2,176.0 1,993.0 1,534.4 1,995.2 10,243.9

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 675.7 8.0 18.0 35.1 614.6

    675.7 8.0Total Direct Revenue 18.0 35.1 614.6

    17,386.8Net Requirements 112.0 2,176.0 1,993.0 1,516.4 1,960.1 9,629.3

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Insurance Reserve 100.0 100.0Waste Water Reserve Fund 6,467.0 357.5 166.4 362.4 1,697.0 3,883.7

    6,567.0 100.0 357.5 166.4Total Reserves 362.4 1,697.0 3,883.7

    10,819.8 12.0 1,818.5 1,826.6Capital Levy 1,154.0 263.1 5,745.6

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.04Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference MapProject Name & Description

    Corporate Services - Property - Fire Services

    Commitments Made

    Phase One and Two of the Building Assessment Audit has been completed. The information contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20-year plan. The identified items shall then require repair and/or replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per facility.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

    Project Description2016

    Main Fire Hall - Asphalt and Sidewalk Replacement

    $01.

    Fire Station 1 Roof Replacement Phase 2 $270,0002.

    $270,000

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.04

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Corporate Services - Property - Fire Services

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,086.1 270.0 755.4 203.8 375.9 409.0 1,072.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,086.1Net Requirements 270.0 755.4 203.8 375.9 409.0 1,072.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 250.0 250.0

    250.0 250.0Total Debenture Financing

    2,836.1 20.0 755.4 203.8Capital Levy 375.9 409.0 1,072.0

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  • - 28 -

  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Property

    13.5 11.5 25.0 25.0 11.5 POA Facility Needs Study 3-1.05

    15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 Arenas Refrigeration PM Program Investigation

    3-1.06

    40.0 13.5 40.0 26.5 26.5 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.05Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-029

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The necessity to combine the Provincial Offenses Act (POA) Office and Courtroom into one facility can be accommodated in the City owned building at 70 Simcoe Street. The Lease agreement in place with the Ministry of the Attorney General will expire December 31, 2017 with two optional three month extensions until June 30, 2018.

    The purpose-built building is ideal to relocate all of the POA operations, with renovations to be determined. However the space requirement needs of the POA (in compliance with the Provincial Guidelines for Courthouses) is less than the actual square footage of the building and therefore uses of the remaining space must also be determined through the POA Facility Needs Study.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Full accessibility requirements of the entire facility will be included in any re-design of the facility to comply with current codes.

    Project Name & Description

    POA Facility Needs Study

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-029

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.05

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description POA Facility Needs Study

    ExpendituresContractual Services 25.0 25.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 13.5 13.5

    13.5 13.5Total Direct Revenue

    11.5Net Requirements 11.5

    To Be Financed From:

    11.5 11.5Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-1.06Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-096

    Finance - Property

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The current Arena Refrigeration Program ends December 31, 2016. The intent of this project is to investigate the condition of all current refrigeration equipment in the four Arenas and put together the next five year Arena Refrigeration PM Program for all refrigeration equipment. Staff will use one of the current Mechanical Consultants of Record to perform this work.

    Project Name & Description

    Arenas Refrigeration PM Program Investigation

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-096

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-1.06

    Finance - Property

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Arenas Refrigeration PM Program Investigation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 15.0 15.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    15.0Net Requirements 15.0

    To Be Financed From:

    15.0 15.0Capital Levy

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  • - 34 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Facilities and Special Projects

    Park Washroom Replacement Bldgs 410.0 1,195.0 375.0 410.0 410.0 410.0 3-2.01

    Construction of New Athletic Facilities 3,000.0 10.0 2,990.0 5.0 1,495.0 3-2.02

    4,195.0 375.0 410.0 420.0 2,990.0 410.0 415.0 1,495.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-2.01Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15110

    Finance - Facilities and Special Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    King Edward Park building was replaced in 2015.

    Nicholls Oval Park facility is in need of replacement. The park building supports the rugby field activities, the community splash pad, the picnic shelter and picnic activities, and the childrens playground climber. Resources are recommended in 2017 to demolish the existing washroom building and replace it with a new facility that services all users of the park, including persons with a disability.

    In 2019, the replacement of the Jackson Park washroom facility is recommended for Council consideration.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The facilities recommended in this budget will meet AODA guidelines for built environment and be fully accessible.

    Project Name & Description

    Park Washroom Replacement Buildings

    This budget requests funds to replace washroom buildings that are in excess of 50 years old with modern, accessible facilities.

    Commitments Made

    The City possesses three park buildings that are aged and in poor shape. The buildings at Nicholls Oval Park, King Edward Park and Jackson Park were constructed over 50 years ago and have fulfilled their useful life expectancy. Replacement facilities, that serve a broader sector of the public, including persons with a disability, are recommended

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Replacement facilities that are modernized, will reduce the annual maintenance and upkeep by Public Works staff.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15110

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-2.01

    Finance - Facilities and Special Projects

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Park Washroom Replacement Bldgs

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,195.0 375.0 410.0 410.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,195.0Net Requirements 375.0 410.0 410.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,195.0 375.0 410.0 410.0

    1,195.0 375.0 410.0Total Debenture Financing 410.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-2.02Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-012

    Finance - Facilities and Special Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Field development over the last 10 years has been in partnership with public institutions and community sport partners to improve the facilities available for recreational and competitive play.

    A joint project with other partners means that the City can maximize its investment with a reduced cost impact to the local tax base.

    Staff will bring additional information back on needs and a project in future when the VISION 2025 Strategy Plan is complete.

    Project Name & Description

    Construction of New Athletic Facilities

    This budget request will fund new athletic facilities to meet the demands of outdoor community sports. An artificial field and track project, in partnership with the Separate School Board, is proposed for construction in 2017-2018 at Holy Cross Secondary School.

    Commitments Made

    Community sports continue to make increasing demands on the limited fields and facilities provided by the City and other partners like the Board(s) of Education, Fleming College and Trent University.

    This budget identifies a need for future sport field development however no commitments have been made on a project to date. The outcomes of VISION 2025 for recreation and parks will help to guide the development of this capital initiative as well as the partners for the project.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-012

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-2.02

    Finance - Facilities and Special Projects

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Construction of New Athletic Facilities

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,000.0 10.0 2,990.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueCommunity Sponsors 1,500.0 5.0 1,495.0

    1,500.0 5.0 1,495.0Total Direct Revenue

    1,500.0Net Requirements 5.0 1,495.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Parks 420.0 420.0

    420.0 420.0Total Development Charges

    1,080.0 5.0 1,075.0Capital Levy

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  • - 40 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Information Services

    Microsoft Office 150.0 117.0 267.0 267.0 267.0 3-3.01

    City Departmental Projects 3,150.0 175.0 347.4 4,572.3 522.3 450.0 450.0 3,150.0 347.4 450.0 450.0 3-3.02

    PTS - City Capital Expenditures 3,100.0 282.0 4,107.0 282.0 350.0 375.0 3,100.0 282.0 350.0 375.0 3-3.03

    City Technology Projects and Capital Improvements

    1,750.0 243.3 2,493.3 243.3 250.0 250.0 1,750.0 243.3 250.0 250.0 3-3.04

    Software and Desktop Equipment Replacement Plan

    100.0 58.3 258.3 58.3 50.0 50.0 100.0 58.3 50.0 50.0 3-3.05

    11,697.9 175.0 1,372.9 1,198.0 1,081.0 8,100.0 117.0 1,100.0 1,125.0 8,100.0 1,100.0 1,125.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-3.01Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-126

    Information Services - Information Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Microsoft Office Licenses - $267,000

    Project Name & Description

    Microsoft Office

    The City is currently using Microsoft Office 2007 which is 8 years old. Newer versions of Office provided enhanced productivity features and address compatibility issues when exchanging or sharing files with external parties.

    Newer versions of Microsoft Office provide enhanced functionality that will check documents for Accessibility issues, provide an explanation as to why the document doesn't meet Accessibility guidelines and also make recommendations for improvements.

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    None

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-126

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-3.01

    Information Services - Information Services

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Microsoft Office

    ExpendituresContractual Services 267.0 267.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    267.0Net Requirements 267.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    MS Office License Reserve 117.0 117.0

    117.0 117.0Total Reserves

    150.0 150.0Capital Levy

    - 43 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-3.02Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-124

    Information Services - Information Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Road Patrol Upgrade - $11,700 Ticket Scanners Memorial Centre - $33,700 Point of Sale System for Kinsmen Arena - $5,862Digital Image Storage - Scoping and Planning - $9,200LIS FME Implementation - $29,700Marketing Software Solution for Arena's - $34,300OrgPlus Upgrade - $7,400FileNexus Upgrade - $9,600FileNexus Implementation (Fire, Legal, Public Works) - $18,500E-Agenda Upgrade/Replacement - $5,600Public Inquiry Upgrade - $12,600LIS Integration to Public Inquiry -$5,600Risk Management Link to File Nexus - $12,400Risk Management - Claims and Incidents Reports - $5,600RMS Link from Fire Pro to FDM - $20,000RMS Link to FileNexus - $11,200ICON Rico Report - $4,300Policy Template - $5,000On-line Parking Card - $13,000Records Management - Shared Drive $49,900Library iBook Upgrade - $4,300City Works Mobile - $21,800Re-purpose City Election App - $6,100Digital Signage - $21,200Central Traffic Server Replacement - $12,300Right-of-Way Permitting - $24,600Infrastructure Work Order Management - $6,100Library Strategy Development - $120,771Total of Projects = $522,333

    Project Name & Description

    This project includes various projects that business units have requested Information Technology resources to assist with. These requests are for either implementation of new software that will improve efficiencies or for major upgrades to existing enterprise/business systems.

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Software licenses generally incur an annual maintenance cost that is approximately 20% of the initial capital investment.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-124

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-3.02

    Information Services - Information Services

    Corporate Services

    Project Description City Departmental Projects

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,572.3 522.3 450.0 450.0 450.0 450.0 2,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueInternal Recoveries 175.0 175.0

    175.0 175.0Total Direct Revenue

    4,397.4Net Requirements 347.4 450.0 450.0 450.0 450.0 2,250.0

    To Be Financed From:

    4,397.4 347.4 450.0 450.0Capital Levy 450.0 450.0 2,250.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-3.03Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-125

    Information Services - Information Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Capital Projects, Improvements - $262,000Miscellaneous/Consulting Services - $20,000Total: $282,000

    This capital account is used for hardware, software, labour and miscellaneous costs that are shared between the City and Peterborough Utilities and the amounts shown represent the Citys portion. An example would be capital costs associated with the AIX server, which hosts corporate applications for both organizations.

    Project Name & Description

    Peterborough Technology Services - City Capital Expenditures

    The requested funding amounts for the items listed below are the Citys share of PTS Capital expenditures.Peterborough Technology Services is the Information Technology (IT) department that is jointly operated by the City of Peterborough and the Peterborough Utilities Group. One of the many benefits of having a shared IT department is there are opportunities to share costs.

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Software licenses will incur an annual maintenance cost that is approximately 20% of the capital cost.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-125

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-3.03

    Information Services - Information Services

    Corporate Services

    Project Description PTS - City Capital Expenditures

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,107.0 282.0 350.0 375.0 400.0 450.0 2,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,107.0Net Requirements 282.0 350.0 375.0 400.0 450.0 2,250.0

    To Be Financed From:

    4,107.0 282.0 350.0 375.0Capital Levy 400.0 450.0 2,250.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-3.04Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-127

    Information Services - Information Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Machinery and Equipment/Computer Hardware and Software(Server replacements, Notebook computers, software)

    Total:$243,300

    Project Name & Description

    City Technology Projects and Capital Improvements

    This project includes various Information Technology infrastructure items, including servers, data communication switches and software.

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Software licenses will incur an annual maintenance cost that is approximately 20% of the initial capital investment.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-127

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-3.04

    Information Services - Information Services

    Corporate Services

    Project Description City Technology Projects and Capital Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,493.3 243.3 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 1,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,493.3Net Requirements 243.3 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 1,250.0

    To Be Financed From:

    2,493.3 243.3 250.0 250.0Capital Levy 250.0 250.0 1,250.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-3.05Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-128

    Information Services - Information Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following software and equipment will be purchased and charged to divisional budgets in the Operating Budget.

    Desktop Computers - $54,190Monitors - $4,100

    Project Name & Description

    Software and Desktop Equipment Replacement Plan

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-128

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-3.05

    Information Services - Information Services

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Software and Desktop Equipment Replacement Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 258.3 58.3 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    258.3Net Requirements 58.3 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:

    258.3 58.3 50.0 50.0Capital Levy 50.0 50.0

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  • - 52 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Other

    Enterprise Software Modernization 1,000.0 150.0 2,150.0 1,150.0 500.0 500.0 1,150.0 500.0 500.0 3-4.01

    Website Refresh 200.0 400.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 3-4.02

    Participatory Budgeting 100.0 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 3-4.03

    2,850.0 1,450.0 1,450.0 1,300.0 150.0 700.0 700.0 700.0 700.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.01Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-015

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The estimated funding required to implement an industry standard solution over the next three year period will be set aside in this project.

    Specific computerized applications due for replacement include: - Financial Enterprise Resource Planning software - the product has been in use since 1997 and although it has been updated at various times throughout the years, it is built on a framework that is simply outdated and is becoming increasingly difficult to use to meet today's business requirements.- Recreation/Point of Sale Software - the product is end of life with the Vendor no longer providing support past November 2017.- Property Taxation Software - the current product being used meets today's legislative requirements, but does not include any of the electronic customer service offerings that are expected in today's business environment.

    The project will deliver business value to the City by: realizing greater operational efficiency and flexibility being more responsive to change eg. facilitates easy upgrades, scales efficiently, integrates with new and existing applications, performs adequately and delivers the functionality required providing a support foundation for growth and change to meet current and future business requirements increasing customer satisfaction by being able to obtain information on a timely basis

    Project Name & Description

    Enterprise Software Modernization

    Commitments Made

    None at this time. During 2015, and as part of developing key requirements for the project, staff are developing an Information Technology road map that will assist in making key decisions as the project moves forward.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Updating the City's Enterprise software will require additional ongoing software maintenance fees that will be budgeted as part of the City's Information Services Operating Budget. Specific amounts will not be available until Vendors are identified as part of the City's normal procurement processes.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-015

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.01

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Enterprise Software Modernization

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,150.0 1,150.0 500.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,150.0Net Requirements 1,150.0 500.0 500.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 150.0 150.0

    150.0 150.0Total Reserves

    2,000.0 1,000.0 500.0 500.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.02Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-053

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The purpose of this project is to refresh the Citys main website: http://www.peterborough.ca/

    The City's website is a key communication tool for the municipality. www.Peterborough.ca has over 100,000 visitors per year, who view more than 360,000 pages annually. City residents use the website to access information on City business, register for programs, pay parking tickets and purchase products and services. Increasingly, we are using the website to engage in two-way communication with residents through online surveys and links with social media.

    The City's website is more than 10 years old and is beginning to lag behind current expectations in both functionality and design. A website refresh is required to address these issues.

    Required features of the refresh include:- Easy access to information for residents, businesses and visitors- Updated design, more flexible style templates- Functionality that allows for customer engagement via interactive surveys and social media- Supports or integrates with e-commerce technology- Content management system that is easy for staff to use and includes approval protocols- AODA Compliance: WCAG 2.0 Level A, WCAG 2.0 Level AA by 2021- Mobile friendly- Functional integration with the City's current and future mobile apps.

    Project Name & Description

    Corporate Website Refresh

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Maintenance and technical support of the City's website is required. The effect this may have on future operating budgets will depend on whether this work is maintained in-house by Peterborough Technology Services, or contracted out. Details are not currently available, but will be presented as the project is developed.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-053

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.02

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Website Refresh

    ExpendituresContractual Services 400.0 200.0 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    400.0Net Requirements 200.0 100.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:

    400.0 200.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.03Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-054

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    PB is about governments implementing a process that provides residents direct decision-making about a portion of the municipal budget. The proposed criteria for eligible community improvement projects has been kept purposely broad to ensure maximum flexibility so that identified community priorities can be funded and implemented.Community Improvement Projects must be: Projects that acquire, develop, maintain or improve infrastructure or assets owned or leased by the City; Projects that do not delay, cancel or supersede the Council approved Capital Program; Projects that do not create future financial impacts in the Operating Budget; Projects that begin construction within twelve (12) months and will be completed within eighteen (18) months after the community votes.

    Project Name & Description

    Participatory Budgeting

    Commitments Made

    On May 19, Council approved the recommendations outlined in report CPFS15-019, dated May 11, 2015 of the Director of Corporate Services as follows:a) That a Participatory Budgeting (PB) Pilot be introduced in 2016 in each of the five City Wards and that the Draft 2016 Capital Budget includes funding for the project.b) That each Ward be allocated an amount of $20,000 in capital funding for community improvement projects identified through a Participatory Budgeting Process.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    None. Projects must not create future financial impacts in the Operating Budget.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-054

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.03

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Participatory Budgeting

    ExpendituresContractual Services 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    300.0Net Requirements 100.0 100.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:

    300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Corporate Services Other

    Accessibility Improvements 25.0 814.4 764.4 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 3-4.04

    Fairhaven Capital Funding 1,696.0 154.2 38.0 2,827.5 531.3 192.2 200.0 208.0 1,696.0 192.2 200.0 208.0 3-4.05

    Kawartha Trades & Technology Centre 333.4 1,000.0 666.6 333.4 333.4 3-4.06

    PCCHU - 185 King Street 89.7 261.7 172.0 89.7 89.7 3-4.07

    Phase-in DC's 331.0 1,323.5 331.0 331.0 331.0 330.5 331.0 331.0 330.5 3-4.08

    Hospice Peterborough 500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 3-4.09

    Development Charge Study Update 160.0 200.0 40.0 160.0 40.0 3-4.10

    7,927.1 2,465.3 1,471.3 1,471.3 1,408.3 1,856.0 63.0 1,096.0 1,038.5 1,856.0 1,096.0 1,038.5Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.04Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 09960

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The AAC consists of individuals with various mobility, hearing and visual disabilities as well as representatives from community agencies that support people with disabilities such as the CNIB and an appointed Member of City Council. City staff present projects that improve accessibility and request required funding. A list of all City facilities and their status with respect to accessibility has been updated. From this list, a priority rating will be established and used for funding future accessibility projects. The balance in the Access Fund as of December 31, 2014 was $198,810. The following commitments have been made from this money: $10,000 Accessibility Parking Eastgate Park (Walker Ave) $ 1,680 Wellness Centre - Water Wheel Chair The balance in the fund after the above commitments is $187,130. The remaining amount will be applied towards specific department requests or other accessibility projects as the AAC deems appropriate or necessary to make City-owned facilities more accessible. Examples include installation of elevators, ramps, power-operated doors, handrails, signage, accessible washrooms, strobe alarms, TTY equipment, and contrast stripes on stairs.

    Project Name & Description

    Accessibility Improvements - Improvements to City-owned or operated facilities to allow for barrier-free access for people with disabilities. This fund (called the Access Fund) is administered by the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC).

    Commitments Made

    Council adopted a policy in 1989 of upgrading all municipal buildings to meet or exceed Ontario Building Code standards with respect to barrier-free design. The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005) has a goal of an accessible Ontario by the year 2025. The City is obligated to follow the Customer Service Standard and the Integrated Accessibility Standard which includes a general requirement that accessibility must be considered for all procurement, as well as requirements for Employment, Transportation, Information and Communication, and the Design of Public Spaces. Improvements to accessibility of the built environment are being implemented via revisions to the Ontario Building Code (2015). As such, most City projects now include accessibility as a legislated requirement, and are budgeted accordingly. The Access fund is intended to fund projects that the City might otherwise not get to, or where the minimum legislated requirement should be enhanced.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An annual contribution, from the Operating Budget, is made to the Access Fund to fund these capital projects. The amount for 2016 is $25,000. - 62 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 09960

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.04

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Accessibility Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 814.4 764.4 25.0 25.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    814.4Net Requirements 764.4 25.0 25.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Accessibility Improvements Res 814.4 764.4 25.0 25.0

    814.4 764.4 25.0 25.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.05Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 13122

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Fairhaven has limited revenue sources and the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care does not provide funding for capital projects, equipment or the building. Capital repairs had been funded from a Capital Reserve, however that was unsustainable.A capital plan and ongoing funding from the City and County started in 2013. The amount for 2016 will be $192,200.

    This renewed support has allowed Fairhaven to: Replace Westview 2 Home Area flooring Replace countertops in eight serveries Perform HVAC repairs and system upgrades Purchase Nursing and Personal Care equipment (slings, lifts, cots, etc.) Purchase room furnishings Repave walkways Expand the nurse call system Complete critical system repairs and improvements (fire safety, generator, elevators, electrical system, etc.)

    Project Name & Description

    Fairhaven Capital Funding

    Commitments Made

    As part of report CPFS12-062 dated September 4, 2012, Council resolved that beginning with the 2013 Capital Budget, an annual provision would be included in the Draft Capital Budget to support Fairhavens on-going capital program.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13122

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.05

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Fairhaven Capital Funding

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,827.5 531.3 192.2 200.0 208.0 216.5 225.2 1,254.3

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,827.5Net Requirements 531.3 192.2 200.0 208.0 216.5 225.2 1,254.3

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 213.8 175.8 38.0

    213.8 175.8 38.0Total Reserves

    2,613.7 355.5 154.2 200.0 208.0Capital Levy 216.5 225.2 1,254.3

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.06Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14133

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The funding agreement included a provision for the City to provide a $1.0 million contribution to the Colleges Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre and Fleming to sell the former McRae Campus at 555 Bonaccord Street to Peterborough Housing Corporation (PHC) for $800,000. The sale price represents approximately 50% of its $1.6-$1.9 million appraised value obtained by the College. PHC will re-develop the site into affordable housing units.

    The 2016 draft capital budget includes the third installment at $333,400 to complete the commitment.

    Project Name & Description

    Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre (KTTC)

    Commitments Made

    Through Report CAO13-003, dated April 22, 2013 the City committed in principle to provide $1.0 million towards the Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre construction costs over a three year period 2014 - 2016 subject to a satisfactory funding agreement being reached.

    Through Report CAO14-015, dated July 28, 2014 Council approved the funding agreement and the payment of the first installment of $333,333.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14133

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.06

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Kawartha Trades & Technology Centre

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,000.0 666.6 333.4

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,000.0Net Requirements 666.6 333.4

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 333.3 333.3

    333.3 333.3Total Reserves

    666.7 333.3 333.4Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.07Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14135

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    It is anticipated that if the CCHU moves, there would be an increase in the CCHU's operating request to the City of Peterborough. An additional amount of $40,587 has been included in the 2016 operating budget.

    A provision of $89,700 in the 2016 Capital Budget completes the one-time funding commitment of $261,666 for the move.

    Based on report CPFS15-042 dated August 31, 2015, Council approved a loan guarantee to Infrastructure Ontario for the Citys share of the estimated $3.6 million debenture.

    Project Name & Description

    County City Health Unit One Time City Share 185 King Street

    Commitments Made

    On January 26, 2015, based on Report CP15-004 dated January 26, 2015 Peterborough County-City Health Unit Presentation, Council approved a series of recommendations that would permit the CCHU to move to 185 King Street, including recommendations b) and c) which read as follows:

    b) That, to comply with the Health Protection and Promotion Act, which stipulates a board of health may acquire and hold real property for the purpose of carrying out the functions of the board and may sell, exchange, lease, mortgage or otherwise charge or dispose of real property owned by it only if board of health has first obtained the consent of the councils of the majority of the municipalities within the health unit served by the board of health, the City of Peterborough approves, in principle, the purchase of the first three floors of 185 King Street and the relocation of the Peterborough County-City Health Unit subject to all conditions of the purchase and sale being satisfied to the satisfaction of the Board of the Peterborough County-City Health Unit;

    c) That the Peterborough County-City Health Unit Relocation Business Plan, as provided to City staff and set out in Appendix A to Report CPFS15-004 be approved.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14135

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.07

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description PCCHU - 185 King Street

    ExpendituresContractual Services 261.7 172.0 89.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    261.7Net Requirements 172.0 89.7

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Reserves & Reserve Funds 69.9 69.9

    69.9 69.9Total Reserves

    191.8 102.1 89.7Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.08Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 15131

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The phase-in of the rates resulted in lost Development Charge revenues amounting to $1.3 million.

    The Development Charges Act, 1997 (Act) permits municipalities to provide full or partial exemptions for types of development and for the phasing in of development charges in Section 5 (1) 10.

    In Section 5 (6) 3, the Act also states:If the development charge by-law will exempt a type of development, phase in a development charge or otherwise provide for a type of development to have a lower development charge than is allowed, the rules for determining development charges may not provide for any resulting shortfall to be made up through higher development charges for other development.

    The effect of this provision is to ensure that phase-ins are funded from non-DC sources. This capital project is to fund the phase-in amount by transferring an equal amount into the Development Charge Reserve over the period 2015-2018.

    Project Name & Description

    Phase-in of Development Charges

    Commitments Made

    In consideration of Report CPFS12-056, dated July 23, 2012, Development Charges, Council approved a phase-in of the Engineering component of the City-Wide Uniform Charge as follows:August 1, 2012 0%January 1, 2013 50%January 1, 2014 50%

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15131

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.08

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Phase-in DC's

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,323.5 331.0 331.0 331.0 330.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,323.5Net Requirements 331.0 331.0 331.0 330.5

    To Be Financed From:

    1,323.5 331.0 331.0 331.0 330.5Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.09Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-107

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Based on Report CPFS15-036 2016 Budget Guidelines dated July 27, 2015, Council approved the following recommendation:That, with respect to the Hospice Peterborough Renovation Project, i) the City commit in principle to provide $1.5 million towards the project construction costs over a three year period 2016 to 2018, subject to a satisfactory funding agreement being reached, andii) That the 2016 Draft Capital Budget includes the first $500,000 annual contribution.

    Project Name & Description

    Hospice Peterborough Funding Request

    Commitments Made

    On January 12, 2015 based on Report CAO15-001 dated January 12, 2015 Hospice Peterborough Funding Request Presentation to January 13, 2015 Budget Committee Council approved the following recommendation:

    That the Hospice Peterborough presentation to the January 13, 2015 Budget Committee meeting, seeking $1.5 million financial support from the City to be paid in 3 annual $500,000 instalments over the three-year period 2016 to 2018 to support a $6.5 million renovation to their property at 325 London Street be presented to Council prior to the 2016 Budget Guideline Report being considered.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-107

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.09

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Hospice Peterborough

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,500.0Net Requirements 500.0 500.0 500.0

    To Be Financed From:

    1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 3-4.10Corporate Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-013

    Finance - Other

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Development Charges are levied in accordance with various Development Charge by-laws that were approved in August 2012 (Report CPFS12-056, dated July 23, 2012) and September 2014 (Report CPFS14-027 dated September 22, 2014), all of which establish various Development Charge rates.

    The current rate for City-Wide General and Engineered Services is in effect for the period January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2019, whereas the Planning Area rates are in effect for the period August 1, 2012 to July 31, 2017.

    No funds are needed until 2017, when the Planning Area rates will be set to expire and a new Background Study will be required.

    Project Name & Description

    Development Charge Study Update

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-013

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 3-4.10

    Finance - Other

    Corporate Services

    Project Description Development Charge Study Update

    ExpendituresContractual Services 200.0 40.0 60.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    200.0Net Requirements 40.0 60.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Gen Gov 180.0 36.0 54.0 90.0

    180.0 36.0Total Development Charges 54.0 90.0

    20.0 4.0Capital Levy 6.0 10.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Summary

    600.0 200.0 1,950.0 550.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 USD Admin 5-1

    173,515.0 500.0 75.0 5,835.6 4,501.4 262,525.0 35,568.0 10,912.0 17,987.0 24,543.0 159,109.8 10,912.0 17,116.0 24,543.0 Arterial Streets 5-2

    41,200.0 457.7 75.0 970.0 1,747.3 64,600.0 3,250.0 3,250.0 9,050.0 7,850.0 40,580.0 2,792.3 8,525.3 7,750.0 Collector and Local Streets5-3

    18,170.0 525.0 275.0 21,730.0 1,160.0 800.0 1,600.0 18,170.0 800.0 1,600.0 Bridges 5-4

    10,758.7 321.6 250.0 424.9 340.2 15,899.4 1,064.0 1,336.7 1,341.5 1,398.5 10,758.7 1,336.7 1,341.5 1,398.5 Sidewalks 5-5

    6,740.0 4,250.0 20,780.0 2,535.0 4,250.0 3,255.0 4,000.0 6,740.0 4,250.0 3,255.0 4,000.0 Sanitary Sewers 5-6

    7,000.0 1,150.0 11,302.4 1,152.4 1,150.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 7,000.0 1,150.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 Storm Sewers 5-7

    22,810.3 465.2 4,271.8 1,469.0 50,636.2 5,738.4 6,206.0 13,583.4 2,298.1 22,810.3 6,206.0 13,583.4 2,298.1 Public Works 5-8

    5,813.5 844.3 9,663.1 1,553.6 844.3 715.1 736.6 5,813.5 844.3 715.1 736.6 Environmental Protection Services5-9

    5,885.0 262.5 262.5 19,592.7 4,954.0 525.0 6,068.7 2,160.0 2,942.5 262.5 4,793.7 1,080.0 Waste Management 5-10

    58,763.6 6.1 55.3 650.0 590.0 69,310.6 5,034.2 1,301.4 2,308.3 1,903.1 58,763.6 1,301.4 2,308.3 1,903.1 Transit 5-11

    2,589.1 350.0 59.8 3,843.1 139.6 409.8 141.4 563.2 2,589.1 409.8 141.4 563.2 Parking 5-12

    2,658.6 234.8 14.4 4,455.2 1,026.5 249.2 256.6 264.3 2,658.6 249.2 256.6 264.3 Traffic and Transportation5-13

    325.0 325.0 650.0 650.0 325.0 Demand Management5-14

    204,580.0 208,810.0 2,100.0 2,130.0 204,580.0 2,100.0 2,130.0 Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects5-15

    765,747.7 1,045.2 63,725.7 32,084.4 31,039.2 1,680.3 561,083.8 1,352.7 12,502.3 15,503.9 59,707.0 49,146.8 543,116.1 57,036.3 47,966.8Total

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Summary

    1,769.4 284.0 100.0 4,624.3 971.1 384.0 849.9 649.9 1,769.4 384.0 849.9 649.9 USD Admin 5-1

    8,770.0 93.0 84.0 8,997.0 50.0 177.0 8,770.0 93.0 Arterial Streets 5-2

    3,190.0 500.0 5,395.0 135.0 500.0 765.0 805.0 3,190.0 500.0 765.0 805.0 Bridges 5-4

    1,330.0 112.1 47.9 2,265.0 440.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 1,330.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 Public Works 5-8

    675.0 9,387.0 4,262.0 1,225.0 3,225.0 675.0 558.0 3,225.0 Environmental Protection Services5-9

    75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 Parking 5-12

    274.4 32.8 626.1 250.3 32.8 33.8 34.8 274.4 32.8 33.8 34.8 Demand Management5-14

    7,025.0 1,975.0 29,003.4 18,453.4 1,975.0 775.0 775.0 7,025.0 1,975.0 775.0 775.0 Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects5-15

    60,372.8 84.0 24,561.8 3,303.8 3,219.8 503.9 23,033.8 93.0 2,622.9 3,813.7 5,659.7 23,033.8 3,146.7 5,659.7Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services USD Admin

    Street Lighting Program 600.0 200.0 1,950.0 550.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 5-1.01

    1,950.0 550.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 600.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 300.0 300.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-1.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12514

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    A large percentage of the existing street light infrastructure is approaching or has passed its useful life. In addition, there are cost benefits available with some of the new light sources now coming onto the market.

    In 2012, the City updated our existing inventory information so that an appropriate asset management regime can be developed. In 2013, the City completed a condition rating of the street lighting infrastructure. Based on the condition rating recommendations, a number of streetlight poles will be replaced in 2016.

    An assessment of new light sources is on-going. A new pilot project was initiated in 2015 to test specific LED lights. The retrofit to LED technology is expected to be done in partnership with an entity for the supply and installation of equipment. Associated with this retrofit some upgrades to the aging infrastructure will be required.

    Council should expect further reports on the matter of the Citys street light infrastructure.

    Project Name & Description

    Street Lighting Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    With new low energy light sources, it is anticipated that the consumption of energy and maintenance costs for the City street lights will be reduced.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12514

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-1.01

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Utility Services

    Project Description Street Lighting Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,950.0 550.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,950.0Net Requirements 550.0 200.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur -50.0 -50.0Contribution from related project 100.0 100.0

    50.0 50.0Total Reserves

    1,900.0 500.0 200.0 300.0 300.0Capital Levy 300.0 300.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services USD Admin

    Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan

    1,769.4 284.0 4,099.3 746.1 284.0 649.9 649.9 1,769.4 284.0 649.9 649.9 5-1.02

    Asset Management Project 100.0 525.0 225.0 100.0 200.0 100.0 200.0 5-1.03

    4,624.3 971.1 384.0 384.0 284.0 1,769.4 100.0 849.9 649.9 1,769.4 849.9 649.9Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-1.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 13515

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The EAB Management Plan combines knowledge of the EAB lifecycle with good forestry practices and cost containment to provide a viable process for dealing with the EAB and the Ash Tree component of our urban forest. In 2013, a staff position was established to manage the plan, an inventory of Ash trees was undertaken including condition ratings to assist with the decisions around which trees to save and which to replace and an outreach program was initiated to share knowledge and co-ordinate EAB reactions with all major stakeholders in the City, County and Ontario municipalities in proximity to Peterborough. The Management Plan was well documented in Report USDIR13-004 and involves identification of EAB infested areas, selected tree removals (with subsequent replacements) and treatments. Included in all of the foregoing is a significant public education process. The Plan was revised as more accurate inventory and monitoring data became available.

    EAB was discovered in isolated areas of the City in 2015. In 2015, a rotating 2-year treatment cycle of Ash trees was initiated. Selective removals will begin in earnest in 2016.

    Project Name & Description

    Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan

    Commitments Made

    Council, at its meeting of April 8, 2013 in considering Report USDIR13-004, directed staff to initiate the EAB Management Plan (Option 3 Hybrid Plan) and to report back on the impact of the plan to the 2014 Budget.

    On September 30, 2013 Council, in considering Report USDIR13-012, directed staff to proceed with a revised EAB Management Plan. Using more up-to-date information, and examining alternative management scenarios, staff were able to retain all the elements of the original Management Plan yet reduce the 10-year cost by about $1 million.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Council authorized a 3-year contract position to implement the EAB Management Plan. Staffing requirements are included in the 2016 and future year operating budgets with recoveries from this Capital Budget.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13515

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-1.02

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Utility Services

    Project Description Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,099.3 746.1 284.0 649.9 649.9 594.8 594.8 579.8

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,099.3Net Requirements 746.1 284.0 649.9 649.9 594.8 594.8 579.8

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    New Subdivision Tree Reserve 23.4 23.4Utility Services Reserve 58.9 58.9Contribution from related project 126.8 126.8

    209.1 209.1Total Reserves

    3,890.2 537.0 284.0 649.9 649.9Capital Levy 594.8 594.8 579.8

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-1.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14250

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The project involves the implementation of a program and systems to assist asset stewards in managing City assets. This program and system will assist in capital budget preparation and weighing priorities and determining when capital assets should be replaced versus maintained.

    The Provinces Ten-Year Infrastructure Plan makes it clear that municipalities will be required to develop and file an asset management plan to support future funding applications.

    The 2016 budget request will provide financial resources for software, and other technology needs as well as condition ratings updates that will be necessary to support an Asset Management Plan.

    Project Name & Description

    Asset Management Project

    Commitments Made

    On December 8, 2014, Council approved Report USDIR14-008 adopting the City's first Capital Asset Management Plan as the foundation for the City's infrastructure strategies.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Proceeding with a full Asset Management regime will result in ongoing costs to maintain the Asset Management System.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14250

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-1.03

    USD Administration - USD Admin

    Utility Services

    Project Description Asset Management Project

    ExpendituresContractual Services 525.0 225.0 100.0 200.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    525.0Net Requirements 225.0 100.0 200.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

    300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0Total Reserves

    225.0 125.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Arterial Streets

    Parkhill Road West - Wallis Drive to West City Limit

    2,875.5 2,524.5 18,107.0 8,207.0 5,400.0 4,500.0 5,400.0 4,500.0 5-2.01

    Chemong - Parkhill to PWay ROW 11,250.0 500.0 17,590.0 4,840.0 500.0 1,000.0 11,250.0 500.0 1,000.0 5-2.02

    Ashburnham Drive - Lansdowne Street to Maria Street

    2,200.0 830.0 9,530.0 6,500.0 3,030.0 3,030.0 5-2.03

    Brealey - Lansdowne to Stenson 552.6 979.4 6,132.0 4,600.0 1,532.0 1,532.0 5-2.04

    Armour Rd- Nassau Mills Road South to Rotary Trail

    207.5 42.5 7,650.0 650.0 250.0 750.0 6,000.0 250.0 750.0 6,000.0 5-2.05

    McDonnel Gilchrist Rehabilitation 75.0 125.0 1,600.0 200.0 1,400.0 200.0 1,400.0 5-2.06

    Carnegie Planning Area N/S Arterial 1,300.0 1,300.0 429.0 5-2.07

    Sherbrooke St-Glenforest to W 10,900.0 1,950.0 500.0 8,450.0 500.0 8,450.0 5-2.08

    Brealey - Lansdowne to Sherbrooke Street 6,990.0 500.0 990.0 5,500.0 990.0 5,500.0 5-2.09

    City Wide Transportation Op Improvements

    13,200.0 16,449.0 449.0 1,400.0 1,400.0 13,200.0 1,400.0 1,400.0 5-2.10

    Parkway Corridor Extension (Clonsilla Av to Water St)

    66,705.0 79,660.0 6,240.0 4,947.0 1,768.0 66,705.0 4,947.0 1,768.0 5-2.11

    River Road - Hwy7/115 to Lansdowne Street 7,500.0 8,425.0 500.0 425.0 7,500.0 500.0 425.0 5-2.12

    Lansdowne West - Spillsbury to Clonsilla 3,800.0 5,000.0 700.0 500.0 3,800.0 700.0 500.0 5-2.13

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject DescriptionBrealey - Sherbrooke to Parkhill 6,420.0 6,920.0 500.0 6,420.0 500.0 5-2.14

    Charlotte Street Clonsilla Avenue to Monaghan Road

    700.0 2,332.0 1,632.0 700.0 5-2.15

    Armour Rd - Thompson Creek to Francis Stewart

    1,515.0 1,515.0 1,515.0 5-2.16

    Carnegie Planning Area - E/W Arterial 5,500.0 5,500.0 1,815.0 5-2.17

    Maria St - Walker Ave to Television Rd 4,735.0 4,735.0 4,735.0 5-2.18

    University Rd - Upgrade Arterial 6,940.0 6,940.0 2,914.8 5-2.19

    Television Rd - Lansdowne to Parkhill Rd

    28,450.0 28,450.0 28,450.0 5-2.20

    Ashburnham - McFarlane to Parkhill 6,100.0 6,100.0 6,100.0 5-2.21

    Pioneer Rd - Nassau Mills to Cty Rd 4 10,700.0 10,700.0 4,005.0 5-2.22

    262,525.0 35,568.0 10,912.0 10,912.0 75.0 173,515.0 500.0 5,835.6 4,501.4 17,987.0 24,543.0 159,109.8 17,116.0 24,543.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 06190

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Major reconstruction and urbanization of Parkhill Road is required to improve the safe operation of this road, provide better storm drainage control, and to service new development within the Jackson Planning Area. This project will involve pavement, curb/gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm and sanitary sewers, turning lanes and signalization. The vertical alignment of the road will be improved and an urban cross section will be constructed.

    A Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment, including an Environmental Study Report is complete with the preferred alternative endorsed by Council. The major road works will be designed, tendered and constructed in one phase although construction will span multiple years. Construction commenced in 2015 with works at the Parkhill Road West and Wallis Drive intersection and installation of a large storm outlet by the Parkhill Sanitary Pumping Station. The entire project is expected to span three construction seasons.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges (City Wide Uniform Charge).

    Project Name & Description

    Parkhill Road West - Wallis Drive to West City Limit

    Commitments Made

    City Council, at its meeting of December 12, 2011, directed staff to finalize the Parkhill Road West Class Environmental Study Report and to post the Environmental Study Report for public review for the mandatory 30-day public review period. Approval of the Environmental Study Report was achieved May 30, 2012.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 06190

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.01

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Parkhill Road West - Wallis Drive to West City Limit

    ExpendituresContractual Services 18,107.0 8,207.0 5,400.0 4,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    18,107.0Net Requirements 8,207.0 5,400.0 4,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,200.5 1,300.0 650.5 2,250.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 6,589.5 2,114.5 2,225.0 2,250.0

    10,790.0 3,414.5 2,875.5 4,500.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,500.0 2,500.0

    2,500.0 2,500.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesUtility Services Reserve 82.0 82.0Waste Water Reserve Fund 2,062.5 2,062.5Contribution from related project 869.0 869.0Federal Gas Tax 1,803.5 1,341.5 462.0

    4,817.0 2,292.5 2,524.5Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 07193

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Major reconstruction to widen this road to five lanes of traffic, by the introduction of a centre turn lane, was identified in the Transportation Master Plan. This work is necessitated by an increase in traffic volumes and commercial properties.

    Detailed design will follow Ministry of Environment approval of the Municipal Class EA. Property acquisition and utility relocation funding will be ongoing as the project proceeds. The project cost will be more accurately defined during completion of the detailed design. It is also anticipated that flood reduction measures will be required as well as sanitary sewer upgrades to address the bottleneck issue within the existing system. Integration with the planned Parkway project will also guide the design of this project. The development and influence of the Parkway project has allowed the Chemong Road reconstruction to be deferred from its original schedule.

    This project is to be partially funded through Development Charges (City Wide Uniform Charge and Area Specific).

    Project Name & Description

    Chemong Road - Parkhill Road West to Parkway R.O.W.

    Commitments Made

    The environmental assessment and design work was approved as part of the previous Capital Budget.

    The Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment for this project was completed in 2014.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 07193

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.02

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Chemong - Parkhill to PWay ROW

    ExpendituresContractual Services 17,590.0 4,840.0 500.0 1,000.0 5,625.0 5,625.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    17,590.0Net Requirements 4,840.0 500.0 1,000.0 5,625.0 5,625.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 8,226.7 375.0 800.0 2,551.7 4,500.0DCRF Carnegie West 89.6 89.6DCRF Chemong West 268.7 268.7DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,462.9 500.0 200.0 762.9

    10,047.9 875.0 1,000.0Total Debenture Financing 3,672.9 4,500.0

    Development ChargesDevelopment Charges ResDCRF Chemong East 171.7 171.7DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 4,254.0 2,629.0 500.0 1,125.0

    4,425.7 2,629.0 500.0Total Development Charges 171.7 1,125.0

    ReservesReserves & Reserve FundsFRMP Reserve Capital Levy 1,280.4 1,280.4Federal Gas Tax 1,836.0 1,336.0 500.0

    3,116.4 1,336.0Total Reserves 1,780.4

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13186

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work includes major reconstruction to a two lane urban arterial. The project will involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm/sanitary sewers and turning lanes with signalization. This project will improve the road level of service along the north/south arterial street to an urban cross section.

    Detailed design occurred in 2014 along with property acquisition, tree clearing and utility relocations. In 2015, tendering of the full project limits was completed and awarded. Construction began in 2015 and is expected to be completed in 2016. The funds requested in 2016 are the final years funding of a multi-year funding project.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Ashburnham Drive - Lansdowne Street to Maria Street

    Commitments Made

    The design work was approved as part of the 2014 Capital Budget. Report USEC15-005 entitled Pre-commitment of Funds and Award of Tender T-02-15 for the Reconstruction of Ashburnham Drive from Lansdowne Street East to Maria Street adopted by Council on April 7, 2015 pre-committed the capital expenditures shown in the 2016 capital budget.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13186

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.03

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Ashburnham Drive - Lansdowne Street to Maria Street

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,530.0 6,500.0 3,030.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,530.0Net Requirements 6,500.0 3,030.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,130.0 2,600.0 530.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 4,940.0 3,270.0 1,670.0

    8,070.0 5,870.0 2,200.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 1,130.0 300.0 830.0

    1,130.0 300.0 830.0Total Reserves

    330.0 330.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14183

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law.

    Detailed design occurred in 2014 along with property acquisition, tree clearing and utility relocations. In 2015, tendering of the full project limits was completed and awarded. Construction began in 2015 and is expected to be completed in 2016. The funds requested in 2016 are the final years funding of a multi-year funding project. This project includes major reconstruction to a two lane urban arterial. The project will involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), a multi-use trail, storm sewers and turning lanes with signalization.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve. Other funds requested in 2016 are required to subsidize the cost of a relocated watermain the City anticipated would be paid by the Peterborough Utility Commission capital program.

    Project Name & Description

    Brealey Drive Urbanization Lansdowne Street West to Stenson Boulevard/Sir Sandford Fleming College Entrance

    Commitments Made

    The design, utility relocation and tree clearing work was approved as part of the previous Capital Budget. Report USEC15-004 entitled Pre-commitment of Funds and Award of Tender T-01-15 for the Reconstruction of Brealey Drive from Sir Sandford Fleming Drive to Lansdowne Street West adopted by Council on March 16, 2015, pre-committed the capital expenditures shown in the 2016 capital budget.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14183

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.04

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Brealey - Lansdowne to Stenson

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,132.0 4,600.0 1,532.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,132.0Net Requirements 4,600.0 1,532.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 401.8 401.8DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,017.6 1,465.0 552.6

    2,419.4 1,866.8 552.6Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 500.7 500.7Federal Gas Tax 3,211.9 2,733.2 478.7

    3,712.6 2,733.2 979.4Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15194

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project involves major construction of a partially realigned two lane urban arterial with sidewalk(s), bikeway, storm sewer, etc.

    Construction timing is dependent upon the rate of development in the Auburn Secondary Plan area, particularly the former Dafoe property. In order to facilitate the stormwater management issue as well as access points to the secondary plan development, the City is securing funds for the EA. This EA (or equivalent through the planning process) will provide the ultimate Armour Road alignment, access points for the developers and stormwater management in the area of a Zone 1 water intake area.

    The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Otonabee River and the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Trent Severn taking a holistic approach to planning the area road network. Greater detail on design, utility relocations/property acquisition and construction will be provided when more accurate information is available regarding the timing for development of the Auburn Secondary Plan area.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve (City Wide Uniform Charge).

    Project Name & Description

    Armour Road - Nassau Mills Road South to Rotary Trail

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15194

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.05

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Armour Rd- Nassau Mills Road South to Rotary Trail

    ExpendituresContractual Services 7,650.0 650.0 250.0 750.0 6,000.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    7,650.0Net Requirements 650.0 250.0 750.0 6,000.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,558.5 221.0 42.5 255.0 2,040.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 5,049.0 429.0 165.0 495.0 3,960.0

    7,607.5 650.0 207.5 750.0 6,000.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 42.5 42.5

    42.5 42.5Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-056

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project is anticipated to include the formalization of McDonnel Street with the installation of sidewalk, cycling lanes and new curb and gutter from Park Street to Donegal Street and improvements to Gilchrist Street south of McDonnel Street. The improvements to Gilchrist Street will provide formal access to the residents south of the trail.

    Included in the project are sanitary sewer upgrades on Gilchrist Street north of McDonnel Street in keeping with the Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Study completed to reduce sanitary sewer backups. This project will require coordination with the Park Street Sanitary Twinning project to proceed in the same construction year.

    Detailed design will be undertaken in 2016 as phase one with construction scheduled for phase two.

    Project Name & Description

    McDonnel-Gilchrist Rehabilitation

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-056

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.06

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description McDonnel Gilchrist Rehabilitation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,600.0 200.0 1,400.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,600.0Net Requirements 200.0 1,400.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 725.0 125.0 600.0

    725.0 125.0 600.0Total Reserves

    875.0 75.0 800.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.07Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-058

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is included in the current Development Charges By-Law and is required for the over sizing of a new two lane arterial road in a north-south orientation through the Carnegie Planning Area. Preliminary road alignment would be an extension of the Parkway right-of-way. Final alignment will be established through Draft Plan approval(s).

    Project Name & Description

    Carnegie Planning Area N/S Arterial

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-058

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.07

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Carnegie Planning Area N/S Arterial

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,300.0 1,300.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueDeveloper Contributions 1 871.0 871.0

    871.0 871.0Total Direct Revenue

    429.0Net Requirements 429.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 429.0 429.0

    429.0 429.0Total Debenture Financing

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.08Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 06199

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project will involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm and sanitary sewers, turning lanes and signalization. The project is to improve the road condition along the east/west arterial street to an urban cross section.

    This project also includes the sanitary sewer and urbanization of Hywood Road.

    The project costs will be more accurately defined upon completion of detailed design. Funds were requested in 2014 for the detailed design. Utility relocations/property acquisitions and construction are scheduled for 2018/2019 after the completion of the reconstruction of Parkhill Road West.

    This project is to be partially funded through Development Charges (City Wide Uniform Charge) and sanitary sewer reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Sherbrooke Street - Glenforest Boulevard to West City Limit

    Commitments Made

    Council, at its meeting of October 1, 2012, directed staff to finalize the Class Environmental Assessment to Reconstruct/Widen Sherbrooke Street. The Environmental Study was posted in 2014.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 06199

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.08

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Sherbrooke St-Glenforest to W

    ExpendituresContractual Services 10,900.0 1,950.0 500.0 8,450.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    10,900.0Net Requirements 1,950.0 500.0 8,450.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 5,326.5 5,326.5DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 4,408.5 1,285.0 500.0 2,623.5

    9,735.0 1,285.0 500.0 7,950.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 200.0 200.0

    200.0 200.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesUtility Services Reserve 80.0 80.0Waste Water Reserve Fund 500.0 500.0Federal Gas Tax 385.0 385.0

    965.0 465.0 500.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.09Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15189

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law. The project is currently identified as a three-lane cross-section roadway providing centre turn lane opportunities for existing entrances. The project would also involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm sewers and turning lanes with signalization.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation/property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow as phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    Brealey Drive Lansdowne Street West to Sherbrooke Street

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15189

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.09

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Brealey - Lansdowne to Sherbrooke Street

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,990.0 500.0 990.0 5,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,990.0Net Requirements 500.0 990.0 5,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,919.0 335.0 2,584.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,716.0 1,716.0

    4,635.0 335.0 4,300.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 960.7 165.0 795.7

    960.7 165.0 795.7Total Development Charges

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 300.0 300.0Federal Gas Tax 900.0 900.0

    1,200.0 1,200.0Total Reserves

    194.3 194.3Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.10Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13180

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2011, the City completed the Transportation Master Plan review. The high level study has made network recommendations based strictly on roadway capacity analysis.

    The Operational Review will complement the Transportation Master Plan through a detailed review of Arterial and Collector intersections throughout the City. The level of detail for such studies will look at intersection configurations, signal requirements, intersection interactions in surrounding areas, etc. The Study will be undertaken with a budget that was allocated from previous years. Upon completion of the study, detailed design for construction of the top priority intersection improvement can begin in 2017.

    This project is a recommendation of the Transportation Master Plan.

    Funds are identified in 2017 and beyond to implement the recommendations of this Study.

    Project Name & Description

    City Wide Transportation Operational Improvements

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13180

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.10

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description City Wide Transportation Op Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 16,449.0 449.0 1,400.0 1,400.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 8,400.0 1,800.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    16,449.0Net Requirements 449.0 1,400.0 1,400.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 8,400.0 1,800.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 8,112.3 112.3 700.0 700.0 750.0 750.0 4,200.0 900.0

    8,112.3 112.3 700.0 700.0Total Development Charges 750.0 750.0 4,200.0 900.0

    8,336.8 336.8 700.0 700.0Capital Levy 750.0 750.0 4,200.0 900.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.11Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14182

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Parkway Corridor Class EA began in 2012 and final recommendations were presented to Council for adoption in the last quarter of 2013.

    Detailed design of Phase 1 (Clonsilla Avenue to Medical Drive) is awaiting to begin pending Ministry approval of the ESR along with a number of small construction tenders that could be issued, including clearing and grubbing, structural demolition and if feasible, trail construction. As well, property purchases and demolition are proposed to occur for Phase 1 properties and affected properties on Fairbairn Street. It is also possible that some of the proposed mitigation measures (tree planting) could begin in key areas, such as Medical Drive, Jackson Park, and other areas of the Parkway trail.

    A partial list of capital projects eliminated or deferred because of the Parkway includes the following projects previously identified in capital budgets:

    - Fairbairn Street Widening (2013 # 5-2.13)- Charlotte Street Widening to Four Lanes (2013 # 5-2.20)- Television Road Widening to Four Lanes (2013 # 5-2.23)

    Project Name & Description

    Parkway Corridor Extension (Clonsilla Avenue to Water Street)

    Commitments Made

    Council, on November 21, 2013, in considering Report USDIR13-017 entitled Approval to Post Environmental Study Report Parkway Corridor Class Environmental Assessment adopted the following: That Council endorse the Parkway Corridor Class Environmental Assessment Recommended Design as shown in Appendix 2 of Report USDIR13-017 dated November 13, 2013; That staff and AECOM finalize the Parkway Corridor Class Environmental Assessment and post the Environmental Study Report for public review for the mandatory 30-day public review period in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process; and That upon finalization of the Parkway Corridor Class Environmental Assessment, staff undertake on update to the Development Charge By-law (City-Wide Engineering Services) to incorporate the recommendations of this study into development charges.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased road length and new structures will increase overall maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14182

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.11

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Parkway Corridor Extension (Clonsilla Av to Water St)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 79,660.0 6,240.0 4,947.0 1,768.0 3,520.0 1,495.0 38,160.0 23,530.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    79,660.0Net Requirements 6,240.0 4,947.0 1,768.0 3,520.0 1,495.0 38,160.0 23,530.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 36,909.5 1,788.9 1,254.1 884.0 1,760.0 747.5 19,080.0 11,395.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 42,250.5 4,451.1 3,192.9 884.0 1,760.0 747.5 19,080.0 12,135.0

    79,160.0 6,240.0 4,447.0 1,768.0Total Debenture Financing 3,520.0 1,495.0 38,160.0 23,530.0

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 500.0 500.0

    500.0 500.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.12Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-059

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Reconstruction/Urbanization of River Road is required to service the area development, and highway traffic from the interchange. This project would involve pavement, curb/gutter, sidewalk(s), storm sewers, and potential for bike lanes, sanitary sewers, and turning lanes. It is anticipated that sanitary sewers along this section of road will need upgrading and re-routing from private property to the road allowance if possible. A detailed sanitary study will be required to identify the best possible means of conveying flows for this area. This project is to improve the road condition and level of service along the north/south arterial street to an urban cross section.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve. This project was also included in the 2008 Development Charge Study as a five lane urban arterial however the scope has been revised since the 2011 Transportation Master Plan.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one in 2017 with utility relocation/property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow as phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    River Road - Hwy7/115 to Lansdowne Street

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-059

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.12

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description River Road - Hwy7/115 to Lansdowne Street

    ExpendituresContractual Services 8,425.0 500.0 425.0 7,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    8,425.0Net Requirements 500.0 425.0 7,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,000.0 2,000.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,000.0 2,000.0

    4,000.0Total Debenture Financing 4,000.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 462.5 250.0 212.5

    462.5 250.0 212.5Total Development Charges

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 3,500.0 3,500.0

    3,500.0Total Reserves 3,500.0

    462.5 250.0 212.5Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.13Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-061

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project will include the construction of a centre turn lane, improvements to the Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha Heights Boulevard/Lansdowne Street West intersection as well as the elimination of the channelized southbound right-turn at Clonsilla Avenue/Lansdowne Street West.

    Project Name & Description

    Lansdowne Street West Spillsbury Drive to Clonsilla Avenue

    Commitments Made

    At its meeting on May 16, 2011 in considering Report USTR11-004 dated May 9, 2011, City Council, as a temporary measure, reduced the speed limit for this portion of Lansdowne Street West to 50 km/hour from 60 km/hour. At the same meeting City Council directed staff to undertake a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment to consider operational alternatives for Lansdowne Street West from Kawartha Heights Boulevard/Spillsbury Drive to Clonsilla Avenue.

    The Class EA for Operational Improvements to Lansdowne Street West between Clonsilla Avenue and Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha Heights Boulevard has concluded construction of a centre turn lane, removal of the channelized southbound right-turn at Clonsilla Avenue/Lansdowne Street West, as well as capacity improvements to the Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha Heights Boulevard/Lansdowne Street West intersection is the recommended solution.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-061

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.13

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Lansdowne West - Spillsbury to Clonsilla

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,000.0 700.0 500.0 3,800.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,000.0Net Requirements 700.0 500.0 3,800.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,800.0 3,800.0

    3,800.0Total Debenture Financing 3,800.0

    1,200.0 700.0 500.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.14Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-064

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law and is required to reconstruct Brealey Drive to current urban standards. The project is currently identified as a three-lane cross-section providing centre turn lane opportunities for existing entrances. The project would also involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm sewers and turning lanes with signalization.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation/property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow as phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    Brealey Drive Sherbrooke Street to Parkhill Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-064

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.14

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Brealey - Sherbrooke to Parkhill

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,920.0 500.0 1,120.0 5,300.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,920.0Net Requirements 500.0 1,120.0 5,300.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,551.0 3,551.0

    3,551.0Total Debenture Financing 3,551.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,685.6 165.0 771.6 1,749.0

    2,685.6 165.0Total Development Charges 771.6 1,749.0

    683.4 335.0Capital Levy 348.4

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.15Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12185

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan. Resulting from the Parkway project recommendations a four lane roadway is no longer required. The work involves the widening of the existing cross section from Clonsilla Avenue to Monaghan Road to accommodate cycling facilities as identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan, short term projects (2011-2021). This project was also part of the Development Charge Study update.

    Capital budgets from prior years have resulted in sufficient carry-over funds to undertake the required studies in 2016.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Charlotte Street Clonsilla Avenue to Monaghan Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12185

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.15

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Charlotte Street Clonsilla Avenue to Monaghan Road

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,332.0 1,632.0 700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,332.0Net Requirements 1,632.0 700.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 360.0 360.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 851.0 620.0 231.0

    1,211.0 980.0Total Debenture Financing 231.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 652.0 652.0

    652.0 652.0Total Development Charges

    469.0Capital Levy 469.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.16Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-060

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Reconstruction/Urbanization of Armour Road is required to service new development within the area. This project will involve pavement, curb/gutter, sidewalk(s), and potential for bike lanes, storm and sanitary sewers, and turning lanes. It is not anticipated that sanitary sewers along this section of road will need upgrading. This project is to improve the road condition and level of service along the north/south arterial street to an urban cross section.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Armour Road Thompson Creek to South of Francis Stewart Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-060

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.16

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Armour Rd - Thompson Creek to Francis Stewart

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,515.0 150.0 70.0 1,295.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,515.0Net Requirements 150.0 70.0 1,295.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 427.4 427.4

    427.4Total Debenture Financing 427.4

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 940.3 49.5 23.1 867.7

    940.3Total Development Charges 49.5 23.1 867.7

    147.4Capital Levy 100.5 46.9

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.17Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-062

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law and is required for the over sizing of a new two lane arterial road in an east-west orientation through the Carnegie Planning Area. Preliminary road alignment would realign Cumberland Avenue (in the vicinity of Royal Drive) through the Carnegie Planning Area to Hilliard Street at County Road 19. Final alignment will be established through Draft Plan approval(s).

    Project Name & Description

    Carnegie Planning Area E/W Arterial

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-062

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.17

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Carnegie Planning Area - E/W Arterial

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,500.0 5,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueDeveloper Contributions 1 3,685.0 3,685.0

    3,685.0Total Direct Revenue 3,685.0

    1,815.0Net Requirements 1,815.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,815.0 1,815.0

    1,815.0Total Debenture Financing 1,815.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.18Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-063

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Extension of the urban collector street to provide for the additional traffic generated as a result of ongoing residential development within the annexed lands in the Television Road area.

    The final section of land for the road extension has been secured, in accordance with the Official Plan, as a condition of Draft Plan approval of the final phase of the Foxmeadow Subdivision. Construction of the road will require Class Environmental Assessment approval and crossing of a sensitive environmental area.

    The Class EA is scheduled for phase 1 of the project followed by detailed design and utilities in phase two and construction to begin thereafter as phase three of the project.

    This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges Reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Maria Street - Walker Avenue to Television Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-063

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.18

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Maria St - Walker Ave to Television Rd

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,735.0 400.0 4,335.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,735.0Net Requirements 400.0 4,335.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,367.5 200.0 2,167.5DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,167.5 2,167.5

    4,535.0Total Debenture Financing 200.0 4,335.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 200.0 200.0

    200.0Total Development Charges 200.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.19Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-067

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and requires the upgrade of University Road from a medium capacity arterial to a high capacity arterial road from County Road 4 to Nassau Mills. The City will have to work in conjunction with the County to achieve the results recommended in the transportation master Plan.

    The City is responsible for approximately 42% of the total costs.

    The project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocations/property acquisitions in phase two and construction to follow in phase three.

    Project Name & Description

    University Road Upgrade to High Capacity Arterial

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-067

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.19

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description University Rd - Upgrade Arterial

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,940.0 300.0 6,640.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 4,025.2 174.0 3,851.2

    4,025.2Total Direct Revenue 174.0 3,851.2

    2,914.8Net Requirements 126.0 2,788.8

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,457.4 63.0 1,394.4

    1,457.4Total Development Charges 63.0 1,394.4

    ReservesFederal Gas Tax 1,457.4 63.0 1,394.4

    1,457.4Total Reserves 63.0 1,394.4

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.20Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-068

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and requires widening of Television Road to four lanes from Lansdowne Street to Parkhill Road and the realignment of Television Road at Parkhill Road to the County Road 4 road allowance. Significant property acquisition will be required for the realignment of Television Road between Old Norwood Road and Parkhill Road within the County.

    The project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    An Environmental Assessment is scheduled for phase one with detailed design in phase two. Property acquisition and utility relocation is scheduled for phase three of the project with construction to follow in subsequent years.

    Project Name & Description

    Television Road Widening Lansdowne Street to Parkhill Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-068

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.20

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Television Rd - Lansdowne to Parkhill Rd

    ExpendituresContractual Services 28,450.0 500.0 27,950.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    28,450.0Net Requirements 500.0 27,950.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 11,850.0 11,850.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 14,975.0 14,975.0

    26,825.0Total Debenture Financing 26,825.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 250.0 250.0

    250.0Total Development Charges 250.0

    ReservesFederal Gas Tax 1,375.0 250.0 1,125.0

    1,375.0Total Reserves 250.0 1,125.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.21Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-069

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This two-lane extension east of the Trent Canal to Parkhill Road East will expand arterial capacity to serve the Liftlock Secondary Plan growth area south of Old Norwood Road.

    This project is identified in the 2002 Transportation Master Plan and reflected in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan as development driven and implemented.

    This project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    Further detail regarding design, property acquisition and construction schedules will be provided in future budgets.

    Project Name & Description

    Ashburnham Drive McFarlane Street to Parkhill Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-069

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.21

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Ashburnham - McFarlane to Parkhill

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,100.0 6,100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,100.0Net Requirements 6,100.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,074.0 2,074.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 4,026.0 4,026.0

    6,100.0Total Debenture Financing 6,100.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.22Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-070

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and requires the upgrade of Pioneer Road/Nassau Road to a higher order road from County Road 4 to Nassau Mills Road. The City will have to work in conjunction with the County to achieve the results recommended in the Transportation Master Plan.

    The City is responsible for approximately 35% of the costs.

    The project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    Design is scheduled for phase one with property acquisition/utility relocation in phase two and construction to follow in phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    Pioneer Road Upgrades Nassau Mills Road to County Road 4

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-070

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.22

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Pioneer Rd - Nassau Mills to Cty Rd 4

    ExpendituresContractual Services 10,700.0 10,700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 6,695.0 6,695.0

    6,695.0Total Direct Revenue 6,695.0

    4,005.0Net Requirements 4,005.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,002.5 2,002.5

    2,002.5Total Development Charges 2,002.5

    2,002.5Capital Levy 2,002.5

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Arterial Streets

    Coldsprings - Transportation Improvements EA

    8,770.0 93.0 84.0 8,997.0 50.0 177.0 8,770.0 93.0 5-2.23

    8,997.0 84.0 50.0 177.0 93.0 8,770.0 93.0 8,770.0 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-2.23Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 11220

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    An Environmental Assessment (EA) is required for those proposed road works related to the Coldsprings Development Transportation Plan. This will be a cooperative project with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) that would upgrade several existing roads and provide new external roadways to serve the development area.

    This project is being driven by MTO so that they can better ascertain future funding needs for those aspects of the road network under their purview.

    In 2015 a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the EA was issued. One bid was received which exceeded the approved budget. As a result the EA requirements were reviewed and the cost estimate updated to more accurately reflect requirements of the MTO and City and current market rates for such studies. Additional funds are being sought in order to proceed with the EA study.

    Project Name & Description

    Coldsprings Development Transportation Improvements Environmental Assessment

    Commitments Made

    Prior capital budgets (2012 and 2014) committed funds to allow undertaking of a harmonized Environmental Assessment in conjunction with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO). An agreement detailing the cost sharing arrangement and establishing the City as the project lead was signed with MTO in 2014.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11220

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-2.23

    Engineering - Arterial Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Coldsprings - Transportation Improvements EA

    ExpendituresContractual Services 8,997.0 50.0 177.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 5,770.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 106.5 22.5 84.0

    106.5 22.5 84.0Total Direct Revenue

    8,890.5Net Requirements 27.5 93.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 5,770.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 5,885.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 2,885.0

    5,885.0Total Debenture Financing 1,500.0 1,500.0 2,885.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 93.0 93.0

    93.0 93.0Total Development Charges

    2,912.5 27.5Capital Levy 2,885.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Collector and Local Streets

    Various Road Resurfacing 32,550.0 457.7 870.0 1,572.3 44,900.0 1,950.0 2,900.0 3,650.0 3,850.0 32,550.0 2,442.3 3,192.3 3,850.0 5-3.01

    Webber & Rye Urbanization 100.0 100.0 3,800.0 300.0 200.0 500.0 2,800.0 200.0 500.0 2,800.0 5-3.02

    Otonabee Dr - Bensfort to Ashburnham 6,800.0 75.0 75.0 7,850.0 150.0 900.0 6,800.0 150.0 900.0 5-3.03

    Extension of Crawford Dr to Harper Road 5,700.0 1,000.0 4,700.0 4,700.0 5-3.04

    Victoria Ave Reconstruction 1,850.0 2,350.0 200.0 300.0 1,230.0 133.0 200.0 5-3.05

    64,600.0 457.7 3,250.0 3,250.0 2,792.3 75.0 41,200.0 970.0 1,747.3 9,050.0 7,850.0 40,580.0 8,525.3 7,750.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-3.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15200

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Resurfacing Program is identified through the Citys overall Road Needs Study. In general, the road resurfacing budget will be allocated to streets which require surface treatment only or to streets involved with underground infrastructure replacement/rehabilitation where additional paving is desirable.

    The program will also include re-inspecting portions of our road network. Re-inspection information will be utilized for subsequent resurfacing programs.

    This project is partially funded through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund (OCIF) to provide a steady source of predictable, long-term infrastructure funding.

    Project Name & Description

    Various Road Resurfacing

    Commitments Made

    On April 7, 2014, Council adopted Report USEC14-005 authorizing an increase in both the capital and operating budgets related to road resurfacing.

    The Roads Needs Study included detailed pavement condition reports for each road. A Pavement Condition Index was created for each road section based on the field data collected ranging from zero (Failed) to 100 (Perfect). Based on the Pavement Condition Index and Pavement Deterioration Models, various pavement management categories are assigned to each road section to determine the overall best maintenance and rehabilitation planning scenario.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduction in long-term operating costs due to new road surfaces.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15200

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-3.01

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Various Road Resurfacing

    ExpendituresContractual Services 44,900.0 1,950.0 2,900.0 3,650.0 3,850.0 4,050.0 4,250.0 24,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 1,373.1 457.7 457.7 457.7

    1,373.1 457.7 457.7 457.7Total Direct Revenue

    43,526.9Net Requirements 1,492.3 2,442.3 3,192.3 3,850.0 4,050.0 4,250.0 24,250.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 13,970.0 870.0 700.0 850.0 1,050.0 1,250.0 9,250.0

    13,970.0 870.0 700.0 850.0Total Debenture Financing 1,050.0 1,250.0 9,250.0

    ReservesFederal Gas Tax 29,314.6 1,250.0 1,572.3 2,492.3 3,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0 15,000.0

    29,314.6 1,250.0 1,572.3 2,492.3 3,000.0Total Reserves 3,000.0 3,000.0 15,000.0

    242.3 242.3Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-3.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15203

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Given the development along Rye Street and final Environmental Study Report approval of the Crawford Drive to Harper Road extension, it is recommended to complete the curb and gutter installation on Webber Avenue and Rye Street and address stormwater concerns along this route.

    The sensitivity of the cold water fishery that runs along roadside ditches in the area will require an Environmental Assessment to best address this existing condition.

    Subsequent years work will depend on the approval of the Environmental Assessment and recommendations of the Environmental Study Report.

    Project Name & Description

    Webber Avenue and Rye Street Urbanization

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15203

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-3.02

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Webber & Rye Urbanization

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,800.0 300.0 200.0 500.0 2,800.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,800.0Net Requirements 300.0 200.0 500.0 2,800.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,700.0 300.0 100.0 500.0 2,800.0

    3,700.0 300.0 100.0 500.0 2,800.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 100.0 100.0

    100.0 100.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-3.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-071

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Reconstruction/Urbanization of Otonabee Drive is required to improve the level of service in the area and traffic movement for the City bus route. The road needs study has identified Otonabee Drive in various states of condition ranging from fair to failed.

    This project would involve pavement, curb/gutter, sidewalk(s), storm sewers, and potential for bike lanes, sanitary sewers, and turning lanes. It is anticipated that portions of sanitary sewers along this section of road may need upgrading. This project will improve the road condition and level of service along the street to an urban cross section.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation/property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow as phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    Otonabee Drive Reconstruction - Bensfort to Ashburnham

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs however the improved road conditions will reduce road repair costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-071

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-3.03

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Otonabee Dr - Bensfort to Ashburnham

    ExpendituresContractual Services 7,850.0 150.0 900.0 6,800.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    7,850.0Net Requirements 150.0 900.0 6,800.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,800.0 6,800.0

    6,800.0Total Debenture Financing 6,800.0

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 75.0 75.0

    75.0 75.0Total Reserves

    975.0 75.0 900.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-3.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 11197

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Design, property, and utility works are all contingent on development applications in the area. The project timing will be driven by development interest and, as such, may be in advance of City expectations. Funds previously approved, were re-allocated to other projects through the 2014 budget process and are now being reintroduced into the budget.

    Included in the project scope is the closure of Crawford Drive west of the Harper Road Intersection and a new connection from Crawford Drive to Harper Road. west of the development lands.

    This project is included in the current Development Charge Bylaw.

    Project Name & Description

    Extension of Crawford Drive to Harper Road

    Commitments Made

    The development of the lands in the area of the Crawford Drive/Parkway intersection was reviewed through an Environmental Assessment in 2012/2013. Final approval of the ESR (Environmental Study Report) was issued late 2013 following a bump up request to the province.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11197

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-3.04

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Extension of Crawford Dr to Harper Road

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,700.0 1,000.0 4,700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,700.0Net Requirements 1,000.0 4,700.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,774.5 424.5 2,350.0

    2,774.5 424.5 2,350.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,775.5 425.5 2,350.0

    2,775.5 425.5 2,350.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesProvincial Surplus Reserve 150.0 150.0

    150.0 150.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-3.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-108

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The PUC will be replacing their watermain on Victoria Avenue and City will work in conjunction with PUC by reconstructing Victoria Avenue from Donegal Street to Reid Street. The narrow right of way and reduced setbacks will not allow for a typical cross section. The reconstruction will address storm and sanitary requirements as well as the PUC watermain and City asset surface works.

    Project Name & Description

    Victoria Avenue Reconstruction

    Commitments Made

    Co-ordination with PUC project.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-108

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-3.05

    Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

    Utility Services

    Project Description Victoria Ave Reconstruction

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,350.0 200.0 300.0 1,850.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRecoveries 787.0 67.0 100.0 620.0

    787.0 67.0 100.0Total Direct Revenue 620.0

    1,563.0Net Requirements 133.0 200.0 1,230.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 787.0 67.0 100.0 620.0

    787.0 67.0 100.0Total Reserves 620.0

    776.0 66.0 100.0Capital Levy 610.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Bridges

    Donegal over Jackson 200.0 1,360.0 1,160.0 200.0 200.0 5-4.01

    Nassau Mills Bridge over Otonbee River 9,420.0 225.0 75.0 10,820.0 300.0 1,100.0 9,420.0 300.0 1,100.0 5-4.02

    Nassau Mills Bridge over Trent Severn 8,750.0 300.0 9,550.0 300.0 500.0 8,750.0 300.0 500.0 5-4.03

    21,730.0 1,160.0 800.0 800.0 18,170.0 525.0 275.0 1,600.0 18,170.0 1,600.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 09326

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2005 Bridge Inspection Program identified the Donegal Street Bridge for rehabilitation. The Donegal Street Bridge was constructed around 1935 and has never been rehabilitated or repaired over its life.

    Previous budgets have allocated funding to the bridge rehabilitation. The 2016 funding is required to expand the scope of the rehabilitation to include the approach elements of the bridge.

    Project Name & Description

    Donegal Street Bridge over Jackson Creek

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 09326

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.01

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description Donegal over Jackson

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,360.0 1,160.0 200.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,360.0Net Requirements 1,160.0 200.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 100.0 100.0

    100.0 100.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesBridge Reserve 50.0 50.0Federal Gas Tax 1,210.0 1,010.0 200.0

    1,260.0 1,060.0 200.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-073

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2011 Transportation Master Plan concluded that a new four lane bridge will be required at this location including the street widening from Water Street to Armour Road.

    To facilitate construction of a new bridge at this location, the City must complete a Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment (EA). It is proposed to begin the EA in 2016 in order to support potential development in the north end. EA approval and detailed design will follow as phase two of the project. Bridge construction timing will be dependent on the outcome of the EA and projects needed to support development in the area.

    The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Trent Severn and the realignment of Armour Road taking a holistic approach to planning the respective crossings.

    The project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    Project Name & Description

    Nassau Mills Road Bridge over Otonabee River

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-073

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.02

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description Nassau Mills Bridge over Otonbee River

    ExpendituresContractual Services 10,820.0 300.0 1,100.0 520.0 8,900.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    10,820.0Net Requirements 300.0 1,100.0 520.0 8,900.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,225.0 2,225.0DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 6,675.0 6,675.0

    8,900.0Total Debenture Financing 8,900.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,440.0 225.0 825.0 390.0

    1,440.0 225.0 825.0Total Development Charges 390.0

    ReservesBridge Reserve 480.0 75.0 275.0 130.0

    480.0 75.0 275.0Total Reserves 130.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-074

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2011 Transportation Master Plan concluded that a new four lane bridge and widening of Nassau Mills Road from University Road to Armour Road to four lanes will be required at this location by 2021.

    To facilitate construction of a new bridge at this location, the City must complete a Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment (EA). It is proposed to begin the EA in 2016 in order to support potential development in the north end. EA approval and detailed design will follow as phase two of the project. Bridge construction timing will be dependent on the outcome of the EA and projects needed to support development in the area.

    The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Otonabee River and the Realignment of Armour Road taking a holistic approach to planning the respective crossings.

    The project is currently identified in the Citys Development Charges By-Law.

    Project Name & Description

    Nassau Mills Road Bridge over Trent Severn Waterway

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-074

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.03

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description Nassau Mills Bridge over Trent Severn

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,550.0 300.0 500.0 500.0 8,250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,550.0Net Requirements 300.0 500.0 500.0 8,250.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 8,250.0 8,250.0

    8,250.0Total Debenture Financing 8,250.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,300.0 300.0 500.0 500.0

    1,300.0 300.0 500.0Total Development Charges 500.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Bridges

    Detailed Bridge Inspection 100.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 5-4.04

    OSIM Bridge Inspection Program 130.0 35.0 240.0 35.0 35.0 40.0 130.0 35.0 40.0 5-4.05

    OSIM Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program

    3,060.0 365.0 4,955.0 365.0 765.0 765.0 3,060.0 365.0 765.0 765.0 5-4.06

    5,395.0 135.0 500.0 500.0 3,190.0 500.0 765.0 805.0 3,190.0 765.0 805.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 13281

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    During the OSIM Bridge Inspection Program (Project # 5-4.05), further detailed inspections are often required to establish the magnitude of need for rehabilitation work. The 2016 project funding will complete the detailed inspections required that are identified in the previous OSIM program.

    Project Name & Description

    Detailed Bridge Inspection Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13281

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.04

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description Detailed Bridge Inspection

    ExpendituresContractual Services 200.0 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    200.0Net Requirements 100.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Bridge Reserve 200.0 100.0 100.0

    200.0 100.0 100.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14280

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The structural integrity, safety and condition of every bridge is to be determined through the performance of at least one inspection every two years under the direction of a professional engineer and in accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM), published by the Ministry of Transportation (O. Reg. 160/02, s. 2 (2)). The next OSIM program is scheduled for 2016.

    The many components that make up the substructure and superstructure of bridges will be reviewed. These include the foundations, abutments, piers, girders, deck, barriers, railings, bearings, expansion joints and approach slabs.

    Each of the various elements are assigned a condition rating and maintenance needs are identified and assigned a priority based on the need to undertake the improvements (i.e.: Urgent, Within 1 Year, 1-5 Years, 6-10 years, or None). These maintenance needs are then used to generate the long-term bridge maintenance capital budgets with specific identification of required maintenance for the two years preceding the next inspection.

    Project Name & Description

    OSIM Bridge Inspection Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14280

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.05

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description OSIM Bridge Inspection Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 240.0 35.0 35.0 40.0 40.0 90.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    240.0Net Requirements 35.0 35.0 40.0 40.0 90.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Bridge Reserve 240.0 35.0 35.0 40.0 40.0 90.0

    240.0 35.0 35.0 40.0Total Reserves 40.0 90.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-4.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-076

    Engineering - Bridges

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The structural integrity, safety and condition of every bridge is to be determined through the performance of at least one inspection every two years under the direction of a professional engineer and in accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM), published by the Ministry of Transportation (O. Reg. 160/02, s. 2 (2)).

    The long-term planning of our Bridge assets capital program is essential in delivering a reliable and safe crossing to residents and the movement of goods through the City. This project reflects the annual funds required as proposed in the OSIM bridge inspection report for the rehabilitation of our structures over the next 10 years.

    Following the condition inspection, the City was provided a capital program that reflects the needs identified to maintain our structures in good repair. The project funds will generally accommodate the major rehabilitation of 1-3 structures per year and minor rehabilitation to several others.

    Project Name & Description

    OSIM Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-076

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-4.06

    Engineering - Bridges

    Utility Services

    Project Description OSIM Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,955.0 365.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 1,530.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,955.0Net Requirements 365.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 1,530.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,590.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 1,530.0

    4,590.0 765.0 765.0Total Debenture Financing 765.0 765.0 1,530.0

    ReservesBridge Reserve 365.0 365.0

    365.0 365.0Total Reserves

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Sidewalks

    Various new SW installations 6,474.6 180.0 340.2 9,249.1 720.6 520.2 750.9 782.8 6,474.6 520.2 750.9 782.8 5-5.01

    Various New Multi Use Trails 4,284.1 141.6 424.9 6,400.3 343.4 566.5 590.6 615.7 4,284.1 566.5 590.6 615.7 5-5.02

    Otonabee RiverTrail - Waterfront Entrance at Simcoe

    250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 5-5.03

    15,899.4 1,064.0 1,336.7 1,336.7 250.0 10,758.7 321.6 424.9 340.2 1,341.5 1,398.5 10,758.7 1,341.5 1,398.5Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-5.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14362

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Citys Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was adopted by City Council at its meeting of November 14, 2011. In keeping with the TMP, active transportation is a general term for the use of human-powered, non-motorized modes for transportation such as walking, running, cycling, and rollerblading. The City of Peterborough prioritizes active modes of transportation that foster a pedestrian network with a high degree of connectivity, safety and local context sensitivity.

    In order to implement Councils direction identified in Report USTR08-008, staff are required to spend a great deal of time discussing projects with local residents. Most recently (Report USDIR11-010), the City has updated the Sidewalk Implementation Procedure to include notifying residents and Ward Councillors that will be directly impacted by the immediate construction program with sufficient time to allow dialogue between the residents and staff ensuring mitigation measures are taken. Issues that cannot be resolved are brought to the attention of Council.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The project aids in mobility and accessibility and is partially funded in the current Development Charges By-Law.

    Project Name & Description

    Various New Sidewalk Installations

    Commitments Made

    In accordance with the Citys Provision of Sidewalks Policy Number MS08-7750 and Sidewalk Implementation Procedure for Existing Streets, a budget for new sidewalk construction is identified.

    To achieve the 14-year implementation schedule as identified in Report USTR08-008 as approved by Council on March 25, 2008, budget amounts of $475,000 (2008 dollars) are required in the years 2009 - 2022. In order to achieve this, a construction cost index has been used to keep up with the increasing costs.

    City Council, at its meeting of June 6, 2011, in considering Report USDIR11-010 dated May 30, 2011, reaffirmed Councils plan to install new sidewalks as per Report USTR08-008.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. The procedure will also require additional administration and potential staffing adjustments.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14362

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-5.01

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Utility Services

    Project Description Various new SW installations

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,249.1 720.6 520.2 750.9 782.8 816.0 850.7 4,807.9

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,249.1Net Requirements 720.6 520.2 750.9 782.8 816.0 850.7 4,807.9

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Engineering Rds & Related 2,332.7 165.7 180.0 187.7 195.7 204.0 212.7 1,186.9

    2,332.7 165.7 180.0 187.7 195.7Total Development Charges 204.0 212.7 1,186.9

    ReservesFederal Gas Tax 6,916.4 554.9 340.2 563.2 587.1 612.0 638.0 3,621.0

    6,916.4 554.9 340.2 563.2 587.1Total Reserves 612.0 638.0 3,621.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-5.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15360

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Active Transportation is a general term for the use of human-powered, non-motorized modes for transportation such as walking, running, cycling, and rollerblading. The City of Peterborough prioritizes active modes of transportation that foster a cycling and pedestrian network with a high degree of connectivity, safety and local context sensitivity.

    The Implementation Plan for the non-sidewalk component of the network improvements includes three time horizons: Short-term (2011 to 2021) Medium-term (2021 to 2031) Long-term (beyond 2031)

    Accessibility Considerations

    This program aids in mobility and accessibility and is partially funded in the current Development Charges By-Law.

    Project Name & Description

    Various New Multi-Use Trails

    Commitments Made

    In accordance with the Citys 2011 Transportation Master Plan as approved by Council at its meeting of November 14, 2011, a budget for new trail construction is identified.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15360

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-5.02

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Utility Services

    Project Description Various New Multi Use Trails

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,400.3 343.4 566.5 590.6 615.7 641.8 669.1 2,973.2

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,400.3Net Requirements 343.4 566.5 590.6 615.7 641.8 669.1 2,973.2

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,542.7 424.9 443.0 461.8 481.3 501.8 2,229.9

    4,542.7 424.9 443.0 461.8Total Debenture Financing 481.3 501.8 2,229.9

    Development ChargesDCRF Engineering Rds & Related 1,600.1 85.9 141.6 147.6 153.9 160.5 167.3 743.3

    1,600.1 85.9 141.6 147.6 153.9Total Development Charges 160.5 167.3 743.3

    257.5 257.5Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-5.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-075

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Three main entrances to the Otonabee River Trail from the downtown area have been planned for the past 6 years. The Charlotte Street entrance was completed in 2010, and the Sherbrooke Street entrance first planned to be completed in 2011, has since been delayed. The Simcoe Street entrance originally planned for 2012 is planned to be completed with the Simcoe Street forcemain and catchbasin replacement project (5-6.03). The completion of the waterfront entrances to the downtown satisfies Strategy No. 4 of the Central Area Master plan.

    The current estimate of $250,000 for the completion of the Simcoe Street entrance is in accordance with the original design program for Millennium Park. The project involves the construction of a well-defined park entrance, pedestrian crossing at Simcoe and Charlotte Streets and the completion of the north end of Millennium Park.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The trails will be a minimum width of 3.0 metres meeting the standard for trail development and to ensure full accessibility and safety.

    Project Name & Description

    Otonabee River Trail Waterfront Entrance at Simcoe Street

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-075

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-5.03

    Engineering - Sidewalks

    Utility Services

    Project Description Otonabee RiverTrail - Waterfront Entrance at Simcoe

    ExpendituresContractual Services 250.0 250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    250.0Net Requirements 250.0

    To Be Financed From:

    250.0 250.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Sanitary Sewers

    Sanitary Sewer Master Plan 4,040.0 1,000.0 9,400.0 2,360.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 4,040.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 5-6.01

    Applegrove Ave - Chemong Road to Highland Road

    230.0 1,780.0 100.0 230.0 1,450.0 230.0 1,450.0 5-6.02

    Simcoe St Forcemain Replacement 2,950.0 3,025.0 75.0 2,950.0 2,950.0 5-6.03

    Murray St Sanitary Rehab - Cambridge to Cross

    30.0 320.0 30.0 290.0 30.0 290.0 5-6.04

    Park St Sanitary Twinning 30.0 415.0 30.0 385.0 30.0 385.0 5-6.05

    Armour Rd Sanitary Twinning 10.0 140.0 10.0 130.0 10.0 130.0 5-6.06

    Eastern Trunk Sewer 2,700.0 5,700.0 3,000.0 2,700.0 3,000.0 5-6.07

    20,780.0 2,535.0 4,250.0 4,250.0 6,740.0 4,250.0 3,255.0 4,000.0 6,740.0 3,255.0 4,000.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-6.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12386

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2012, the City completed the Detailed Sanitary Sewer Class EA as recommended in the Citys 2005 Flood Reduction Master Plan.

    Completion of the Detailed Sanitary Sewer Class EA provided a plan to mitigate and manage extraneous flows into the sanitary sewer system as well as reduce the frequency of raw sewage bypasses at the sewage treatment plant and to recommend an ongoing work program for the continuous monitoring of the sanitary sewer system. The Detailed Sanitary Sewer Class EA was developed as part of the overall evaluation and solution to the existing and potential flooding concerns within the City.

    The long term recommendation of the Sanitary Sewer EA Master Plan requires ongoing efforts through several years to mitigate the flood potential in critical areas.

    Project Name & Description

    Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Implementation

    Commitments Made

    On March 12, 2012, Council approved Report USEC12-001 adopting the City's infrastructure strategies to address Inflow and Infiltration into the City Sanitary Sewer Network.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduction in extraneous storm water flows into the sanitary sewer system will preserve the sanitary sewer capacity for future development and potentially reduce the costs of treatment at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12386

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.01

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Sanitary Sewer Master Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,400.0 2,360.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,040.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,400.0Net Requirements 2,360.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,040.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 9,400.0 2,360.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,040.0

    9,400.0 2,360.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0Total Reserves 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,040.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-6.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14380

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Due to the age and deteriorating condition of the sanitary sewers, replacement is proposed. The system in this area dates back to the 1950s and although it should theoretically not be approaching its expected life, due to its condition, it is proposed to be replaced.

    The project will also address replacement of the storm sewers and pavement structure, as well as the need for pedestrian networks. The PUC has also indicated the need for watermain infrastructure on the project and will be a collaborative project.

    Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation/property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow as phase three of the project.

    Project Name & Description

    Applegrove Avenue Chemong Road to Highland Road

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increase to maintenance costs for sidewalks.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14380

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.02

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Applegrove Ave - Chemong Road to Highland Road

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,780.0 100.0 230.0 1,450.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,780.0Net Requirements 100.0 230.0 1,450.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 484.3 484.3

    484.3 484.3Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 1,169.0 50.0 153.3 965.7Federal Gas Tax 126.7 50.0 76.7

    1,295.7 100.0 230.0 965.7Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-6.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14385

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Due to the deteriorating condition of the sanitary sewer forcemain along Simcoe Street replacement is proposed.Operational issues experienced in the last 10 years have included three ruptures. Repairs undertaken not only created inconvenience to people using this street but also degraded the condition of the road in the area. The project will also include the installation of additional catch basins and 100 year storm pipe recommended through the Jackson Creek EA, the waterfront entrance at Simcoe Street, and the remediation of a large Inflow and Infiltration (I-I) related discovery through the downtown I-I project.

    Detailed design is ongoing with construction anticipated in 2016. Soil conditions and material can have a large impact on project costs.

    Project Name & Description

    Simcoe Street Forcemain Replacement

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Removal of a large Inflow and Infiltration source will reduce operating costs at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14385

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.03

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Simcoe St Forcemain Replacement

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,025.0 75.0 2,950.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,025.0Net Requirements 75.0 2,950.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 575.0 575.0Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,575.0 75.0 1,500.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 875.0 875.0

    3,025.0 75.0 2,950.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-6.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-098

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Issues have been reported by residents in the area during high intensity storm events. With the scheduled PUC project, USD will replace sanitary sewers throughout this stretch of the PUC project to eliminate the sag that currently exists within the sanitary main line.

    PUC will lead the project with key City involvement during the design and construction stages.

    Project Name & Description

    Murray Street Sanitary Rehabilitation - Cambridge Street to Cross Street

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    This project will reduce the frequency of flushing, cleaning and CCTV work required in future operating budgets.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-098

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.04

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Murray St Sanitary Rehab - Cambridge to Cross

    ExpendituresContractual Services 320.0 30.0 290.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    320.0Net Requirements 30.0 290.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 320.0 30.0 290.0

    320.0 30.0 290.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-6.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-100

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The project, in conjunction with the Gilchrist Street works, is anticipated to reduce the risk of flooding related to the sanitary sewer system from Parkhill Road to McDonnel Street along the trunk sewer route in this area. Included in the works will be a small portion of 100 Year pipe to accommodate the recommendations of the Jackson Creek Flood reduction Environmental Assessment.

    Identified through the Inflow and Infiltration study, this is a priority project. The intent of the project is to reduce the likelihood of sewage backup into basements by installing a second sanitary sewer pipe in the specified location. This will provide additional capacity to effectively address the sewer systems surcharging potential. This project will require timing coordination with the McDonnel Street project to be constructed in the same construction year.

    To take advantage of project scale pricing, the Armour Road sanitary pipe twinning can be included in the same tender document. Detailed design will be undertaken as phase one with construction scheduled for phase two.

    Project Name & Description

    Park Street Sanitary Twinning

    Commitments Made

    On March 12, 2012, Council adopted Report USEC12-001 authorizing a capital program to reduce the inflow and infiltration throughout the City.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-100

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.05

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Park St Sanitary Twinning

    ExpendituresContractual Services 415.0 30.0 385.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    415.0Net Requirements 30.0 385.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 310.0 25.0 285.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 105.0 5.0 100.0

    415.0 30.0 385.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-6.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-101

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Identified through the Inflow and Infiltration study, this is a priority project. The intent of the project is to reduce the likelihood of sewage backup into basements by installing a second sanitary sewer pipe in the specified location. This will provide additional capacity to effectively address the sewer systems surcharging potential.

    This project can be completed in the same construction tender as the sanitary twinning of Park Street (Parkhill Road to Dublin Street) for cost effective pricing.

    Project Name & Description

    Armour Road Sanitary Twinning - Munroe Avenue to Douro Street

    Commitments Made

    On March 12, 2012, Council adopted Report USEC12-001 authorizing a capital program to reduce the inflow and infiltration throughout the City.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-101

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.06

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Armour Rd Sanitary Twinning

    ExpendituresContractual Services 140.0 10.0 130.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    140.0Net Requirements 10.0 130.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 140.0 10.0 130.0

    140.0 10.0 130.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-6.07Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-099

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project is identified in and funded from Development Charges, for all growth related portions of the project. Completion of this project permits growth within the Liftlock Growth Area.

    Funding will be dependent on the progress of development and the need for sanitary sewers.

    Project Name & Description

    Eastern Trunk Sewer

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The project is identified in the 2012 Development Charges Study (Area Specific) and is 100% recovered from Development Charges.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-099

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-6.07

    Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Eastern Trunk Sewer

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,700.0 3,000.0 2,700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,700.0Net Requirements 3,000.0 2,700.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Liftlock 5,700.0 3,000.0 2,700.0

    5,700.0 3,000.0Total Debenture Financing 2,700.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Storm Sewers

    Spillsbury Drive Outlet North of Kingdon Avenue

    150.0 305.0 155.0 150.0 150.0 5-7.01

    Storm Sewer Rehabilitation Program 3,500.0 500.0 5,877.4 877.4 500.0 500.0 500.0 3,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 5-7.02

    City Wide Storm Water Quality Master Plan Implementation

    3,500.0 500.0 5,120.0 120.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 3,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 5-7.03

    11,302.4 1,152.4 1,150.0 1,150.0 7,000.0 1,150.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 7,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-7.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 11429

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project was originally approved in a prior capital budget (2011). However through the detailed design and tendering it became apparent that MOE requirements increased the need for funding. The 2016 funding request reflects the additional needs.

    This project will provide quality control to an existing uncontrolled outlet that is currently impacting downstream residents and watercourses. This includes the installation of an oil-grit separator within the municipal road allowance.

    Project Name & Description

    Spillsbury Drive Outlet North of Kingdon Avenue

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11429

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-7.01

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Spillsbury Drive Outlet North of Kingdon Avenue

    ExpendituresContractual Services 305.0 155.0 150.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    305.0Net Requirements 155.0 150.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 150.0 150.0

    150.0 150.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-7.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12400

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project will review the latest condition information on the citywide storm sewer network and rehabilitate critical areas identified. In general, the storm sewer rehabilitation program will be allocated to sewers that require attention as a result of inspection information collected.

    The project will begin to improve the overall condition of the Citys storm sewer infrastructure thereby resulting in improved drainage.

    Project Name & Description

    Storm Sewer Rehabilitation Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduces reactive maintenance thereby reducing overall maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12400

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-7.02

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description Storm Sewer Rehabilitation Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,877.4 877.4 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,877.4Net Requirements 877.4 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 100.0 100.0

    100.0 100.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 5,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 247.4 247.4Federal Gas Tax 400.0 400.0

    5,647.4 647.4 500.0 500.0 500.0Total Reserves 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    130.0 130.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-7.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13401

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project presents an opportunity to manage stormwater quality discharges potentially impacting our creeks and rivers. The City is mandated to complete specified work by the MOE related to our existing stormwater facilities throughout the City. The Stormwater Quality EA Management Master Plan is developed as part of the overall evaluation and solution to the existing and potential concerns within the City.

    The long term recommendation of the Stormwater Quality Master Plan requires ongoing efforts through several years, to mitigate the potential issues in critical areas.

    Project Name & Description

    City Wide Storm Water Quality Master Plan Implementation

    Commitments Made

    Report USDIR14-001, adopted by Council at its meeting of February 24, 2014, authorized publishing of the Draft Master Plan and requested staff to report back to Council with the final report and implementation plan.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13401

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-7.03

    Engineering - Storm Sewers

    Utility Services

    Project Description City Wide Storm Water Quality Master Plan Implementation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,120.0 120.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,120.0Net Requirements 120.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax SupportedDeb Revenue - ILR

    Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 5,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    5,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0Total Reserves 500.0 500.0 2,500.0

    120.0 120.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Public Works

    Park Development and Facilities 40.0 341.9 301.9 40.0 40.0 5-8.01

    Upgrade Playing Fields 567.8 67.8 1,000.9 223.6 67.8 69.8 71.9 567.8 67.8 69.8 71.9 5-8.02

    Upgrade and Replace Playground Equipment 2,992.2 357.4 4,464.1 367.3 357.4 368.1 379.1 2,992.2 357.4 368.1 379.1 5-8.03

    Sidewalk Reconstruction 9,486.7 1,121.8 14,077.5 1,100.0 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0 9,486.7 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0 5-8.04

    PW Vehicle and Equipment Replacement

    9,763.6 1,119.0 13,751.7 745.5 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1 9,763.6 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1 5-8.05

    Public Works Relocation Project 3,150.0 350.0 17,000.0 3,000.0 3,500.0 10,500.0 3,500.0 10,500.0 5-8.06

    50,636.2 5,738.4 6,206.0 6,206.0 465.2 22,810.3 4,271.8 1,469.0 13,583.4 2,298.1 22,810.3 13,583.4 2,298.1Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13472

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    A capital program for the upgrade of existing water supply services to an all season supply containing backflow prevention and metering in an underground vault. The plan is to provide the last of the upgrades in the 2016 year at a capital cost of $40,000.

    Two upgrades were completed in 2012 and four more upgrades were completed in 2013. Six were completed in 2014 all with the contract extension clause to the existing RFP. Five locations were completed in 2015 with the remaining three locations to be completed in 2016.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Not applicable.

    Project Name & Description

    Park Development and FacilitiesBackflow Prevention and Water Meters in Various Parks

    Commitments Made

    The City currently has approximately 20 locations in neighbourhood parks where seasonal water supply services are installed to allow for neighbourhood and community groups to create winter ice skating rinks. The PUSI Water Department has initiated City wide metering and backflow prevention programs and, in order to comply, Public Works has been upgrading these services over the last 4 years and should complete the program in 2016.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The routine maintenance of neighbourhood rink services is contained with the Parks operating budget.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13472

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.01

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Park Development and Facilities

    ExpendituresContractual Services 341.9 301.9 40.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    341.9Net Requirements 301.9 40.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Parks 118.4 118.4

    118.4 118.4Total Development Charges

    ReservesContribution from related project 63.6 63.6

    63.6 63.6Total Reserves

    160.0 120.0 40.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14471

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2016 Capital Budget allocation as proposed will be utilized for playing field enhancements in the highly utilized athletic field locations. Such enhancements will include topdressing, overseeding, drainage and field leveling programs. Infield and outfield work at ball diamonds are also included. Locations are selected from user group feedback.

    Future Capital forecasts have been calculated on the 2015 base amount compounded annually at 3% to allow for increased costs for enhancements to maintain the 2015 level of service.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Not Applicable

    Project Name & Description

    Upgrade Playing Fields

    Commitments Made

    The maintenance /repair of sports fields is an ongoing commitment to sustain turf areas, site amenities and structures.Priorities for field upgrades are based on user surveys completed on an annual basis by the Recreation Division.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Funds are provided to operate playing fields in the Parks operating budget

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14471

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.02

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Upgrade Playing Fields

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,000.9 223.6 67.8 69.8 71.9 74.1 76.3 417.4

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,000.9Net Requirements 223.6 67.8 69.8 71.9 74.1 76.3 417.4

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 159.7 159.7

    159.7 159.7Total Reserves

    841.2 63.9 67.8 69.8 71.9Capital Levy 74.1 76.3 417.4

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15470

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Accessibility upgrades will be undertaken in approximately 8 playgrounds. These upgrades will include accessible surfaces, paved access and walkways, benches etc.

    In addition, improvements will be made to the following 3 courts:

    - Bonnerworth Tennis Court- Hamilton Park Basketball Court- Inverlea Park Basketball Court

    Future capital forecasts have been calculated on a 3% cost of construction increase compounded annually in order to meet expected future costs to maintain the 2015 level of service.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Play structures will contain accessibility features pertaining to adjustable level seating and additional ground level features. Access to above ground features by stairs/ramps as well as ladders. Ground protection to be fully accessible and the provision of accessible walkways to access the play equipment.

    Project Name & Description

    Upgrade and Replace Playground Equipment

    Commitments Made

    The maintenance/repair of playground structures and court facilities is an ongoing commitment. Regulations require the monitoring and upgrading of existing facilities to meet current CSA standards and AODA requirements.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The betterment of park playground equipment and court facilities supports Risk Management objectives and reduces the need for major repairs funded through the operating budget.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15470

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.03

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Upgrade and Replace Playground Equipment

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,464.1 367.3 357.4 368.1 379.1 390.5 402.2 2,199.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,464.1Net Requirements 367.3 357.4 368.1 379.1 390.5 402.2 2,199.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 140.5 140.5

    140.5 140.5Total Reserves

    4,323.6 226.8 357.4 368.1 379.1Capital Levy 390.5 402.2 2,199.5

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15473

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The recommended budget provides funds to replace approximately 3,200 linear metres of sidewalk or 0.80% of the existing inventory.

    Future capital forecasts have been increased yearly by 3% over the 2015 base as a cost of construction increase in order to meet expected future costs to maintain the current level of service.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All current accessibility standards are incorporated into the 2016 reconstruction program with regards to slope, width and ramp design. Each replacement project is evaluated to ensure the most viable compliance criteria are met during the reconstruction process.

    Project Name & Description

    Sidewalk Reconstruction

    Commitments Made

    The municipal sidewalk inventory totals 386 kilometers. Sidewalks typically have a 50-year life cycle. Life cycle costing provides a base line performance measure to verify if replacement schedules and funding are sufficient to meet the established life cycle.

    On a percentage basis, Council has approved sidewalk reconstruction as follows:Year % of Total Sidewalks Number of Years for Replacement2007 0.9 1102008 0.6 1672009 0.8 1302010 0.8 1302011 0.7 1422012 0.8 1302013 0.8 1162014 0.8 1242015 0.8 122

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Sidewalk reconstruction has a positive impact by reducing the need for ongoing maintenance costs and minimizing the Citys risk exposure.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15473

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.04

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Sidewalk Reconstruction

    ExpendituresContractual Services 14,077.5 1,100.0 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0 1,238.0 1,275.2 6,973.5 14,077.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    14,077.5Net Requirements 1,100.0 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0 1,238.0 1,275.2 6,973.5

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 14,077.5 1,100.0 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0 1,238.0 1,275.2 6,973.5

    14,077.5 1,100.0 1,121.8 1,167.0 1,202.0Total Debenture Financing 1,238.0 1,275.2 6,973.5

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15477

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following vehicles and equipment (and their estimated prices) are scheduled for replacement in 2016:

    Light Duty Trucks $ 38,000Small Equipment $ 6,000Heavy Duty Trucks $1,075,000Total $1,119,000

    Accessibility Considerations

    No applicable

    Project Name & Description

    Public Works Vehicle and Equipment Replacement and Enhancement

    Commitments Made

    Asset management of vehicles and equipment is based on life-cycle costs. Although vehicles and equipment is scheduled for replacement based on anticipated usage and conditions, final decisions are made only after full mechanical and financial analysis is undertaken.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The hourly charge our rate for vehicles and equipment includes a 'depreciation charge' that is transferred to the Public Works Equipment Reserve Fund. The Reserve is used to finance the purchase of vehicles and equipment.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15477

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.05

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description PW Vehicle and Equipment Replacement

    ExpendituresContractual Services 13,751.7 745.5 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1 2,133.6 1,451.7 6,178.3

    Total Direct Revenue

    13,751.7Net Requirements 745.5 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1 2,133.6 1,451.7 6,178.3

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Reserves & Reserve Funds 230.0 230.0PW Equip Purchase Reserve Fund 13,521.7 515.5 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1 2,133.6 1,451.7 6,178.3

    13,751.7 745.5 1,119.0 1,478.5 645.1Total Reserves 2,133.6 1,451.7 6,178.3

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15479

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    It is anticipated that when fully developed this site will support the Public Works operation for the next 20-25 years. Changes to the existing buildings plus additional buildings, including winter material storage, will be required. Funds were utilized in 2014 to acquire the services of consulting professionals to assist in future Capital Budget requests. Work has now progressed to the point that the Consultants preliminary construction estimates to transform the 791 Webber Avenue property into a full service Public Works Operations facility are estimated at $16,800,000. The cost estimates provided will include a new, modernized sand/salt/brine storage facility, equipment storage building, indoor heated truck wash, stores area, covered truck bays and a renovated shop and office area to meet the needs of the Public Works operations. This compares favourably to the estimated $45,000,000 required for a new yard previously proposed on Fisher Drive. The consultant will continue to develop detailed design drawings and prepare a tender ready package that may be phased into construction steps that will accommodate the approved budget for 2016 along with pre-approved funds from 2015. The 2017 Capital request will contain the desired funds to continue the construction and renovation required to complete the conversion of 791 Webber Avenue to a fully functional Public Works Operation Centre.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Accessibility will be considered throughout the relocation project and will be integrated into the renovation of existing structures and the new builds required to support the Public Works operations and meet AODA regulations.

    Project Name & Description

    Public Works Relocation Project

    Commitments Made

    In 2014, the City purchased the Coach Canada property at 791 Webber Avenue. The purpose of this purchase is to relocate the Public Works operations and Fleet maintenance functions to the new property.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The future operations of this new Public Works facility will be funded through the existing operating model utilizing overhead charges on labour to fund the yard operation expenses.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15479

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.06

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Public Works Relocation Project

    ExpendituresContractual Services 17,000.0 3,000.0 3,500.0 10,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    17,000.0Net Requirements 3,000.0 3,500.0 10,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 15,060.0 2,460.0 3,150.0 9,450.0

    15,060.0 2,460.0 3,150.0 9,450.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Public Works 504.0 504.0DCRF Transit 36.0 36.0

    540.0 540.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesWaste Water Reserve Fund 1,400.0 350.0 1,050.0

    1,400.0 350.0 1,050.0Total Reserves

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Public Works

    Urban Forest Management 1,330.0 112.1 47.9 2,265.0 440.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 1,330.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 5-8.07

    2,265.0 440.0 160.0 160.0 112.1 1,330.0 47.9 165.0 170.0 1,330.0 165.0 170.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-8.07Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 13512

    Public Works - Public Works

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Administer and develop policy to advance the key objectives of an Urban Forestry Strategic Plan; Manage maintenance records in order to recognize progress in achieving key deliverables of the Urban Forest Strategic Plan; Renew the urban forest resource by planting trees along the right-of-way on public and open space; Provide assistance and expertise to private property owners to encourage and enhance the urban forest; and Administer and manage volunteer programs that support the Urban Forest Strategic Plan.Funding has been allocated on the following basis: $70,000 to implement the Urban Forest Strategic Plan; and $90,000 to plant trees.Future Capital Forecasts are based on an annual 3% Cost of Living increase in order to meet expected future costs. This may change as needs are refined.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Not applicable.

    Project Name & Description

    Urban Forest Management - Strategic Plan Implementation

    To implement the Urban Forest Strategy Plan.

    Commitments Made

    Trees are planted on a replacement basis in accordance with the Forest Resource Management Policy (1988). A work program has been created to develop and implement the Urban Forest Strategic Plan.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The maintenance of trees is provided for in the Operating Budget.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13512

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-8.07

    Public Works - Public Works

    Utility Services

    Project Description Urban Forest Management

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,265.0 440.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 175.0 180.0 975.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,265.0Net Requirements 440.0 160.0 165.0 170.0 175.0 180.0 975.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    New Subdivision Tree Reserve 687.4 135.4 47.9 49.3 50.8 52.3 53.9 297.8

    687.4 135.4 47.9 49.3 50.8Total Reserves 52.3 53.9 297.8

    1,577.6 304.6 112.1 115.7 119.2Capital Levy 122.7 126.1 677.2

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Environmental Protection Services

    Replace Programable Logic Controller 514.1 61.4 824.1 120.3 61.4 63.2 65.1 514.1 61.4 63.2 65.1 5-9.01

    Equipment Upgrades and Replacements 5,299.4 632.9 8,539.0 1,283.3 632.9 651.9 671.5 5,299.4 632.9 651.9 671.5 5-9.02

    Coal Tar Mitigation Action Plan 150.0 300.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 5-9.03

    9,663.1 1,553.6 844.3 844.3 5,813.5 844.3 715.1 736.6 5,813.5 715.1 736.6Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-9.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14440

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Wastewater Treatment Plant and associated pumping stations are operated by the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) computer system, which controls the Programmable Logic Controllers throughout the plant. As with any computer system, there has to be occasional upgrading to maintain efficiency and reduce expensive repairs.

    Replacing the multitude of PLCs on a consistent and orderly fashion throughout the plant over the next several years will ensure a smooth transition of high tech computer operated equipment well into the future.

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Replace Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) 5s at the WWTP and Remote Sewage Pump Stations with Programmable Logic Controller 5000s

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The current Programmable Logic Controller 5s are becoming obsolete and the City needs to continue replacing them thereby minimizing the costs of expensive repairs in the future. The 2016 schedule is to replace controllers in the UV disinfection building and Plant 1 Secondary Treatment facility.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14440

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-9.01

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Utility Services

    Project Description Replace Programable Logic Controller

    ExpendituresContractual Services 824.1 120.3 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.9

    Total Direct Revenue

    824.1Net Requirements 120.3 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.9

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 824.1 120.3 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.9

    824.1 120.3 61.4 63.2 65.1Total Reserves 67.1 69.1 377.9

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-9.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14443

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2016 requests continue the preventative maintenance program at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. The following equipment needs to be replaced or added in 2016:

    Secondary Plant Air Blower Replacement $490,000Septage Receiving Auto Module $100,000Various Laboratory and Field Equipment $ 42,900Total $632,900

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Equipment Upgrades and Replacements

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The investment of $632,900 in 2016 towards upgrading and maintaining existing equipment, which is relied upon for safe and efficient treatment of waste water, will ultimately save money in future operational budgets and ensure compliance with increasingly stringent environmental legislation.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14443

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-9.02

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Utility Services

    Project Description Equipment Upgrades and Replacements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 8,539.0 1,283.3 632.9 651.9 671.5 691.6 712.3 3,895.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    8,539.0Net Requirements 1,283.3 632.9 651.9 671.5 691.6 712.3 3,895.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 8,539.0 1,283.3 632.9 651.9 671.5 691.6 712.3 3,895.5

    8,539.0 1,283.3 632.9 651.9 671.5Total Reserves 691.6 712.3 3,895.5

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 5-9.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14441

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Gas Manufactured from coal and oil was produced and used in Ontario from the mid 1880s until the mid 1950s. The City owned and operated a facility known as the Peterborough Gas Works located at 70/72/80 Simcoe Street approximately 50 metres from the Otonabee River.

    Coal Tar seepage into the Otonabee River was identified in November of 2009 and the Ministry of the Environment requested the City to develop a remedial action plan to address this issue. Although a number of previous studies were conducted on the site a more detailed study was required to assess risks to human health and aquatic life in the river.

    As monitoring continues, a clean-up plan to address the seepage will be developed to the satisfaction of the Ministry. The work plan established for 2014 has been completed and a final remediation plan will be presented to the MOECC in 2016.

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Coal Tar Mitigation Action Plan

    Commitments Made

    Report USEP10-006 (July 5, 2010) established a budget in the amount of $500,000 to conduct an environmental study on coal tar seepage into the Otonabee River and develop a remedial action plan for the site. An additional commitment of 50,000 was approved in 2014. Funds in the amount of $150,0000 have been requested for 2016.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14441

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-9.03

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Utility Services

    Project Description Coal Tar Mitigation Action Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 300.0 150.0 150.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    300.0Net Requirements 150.0 150.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Insurance Reserve 300.0 150.0 150.0

    300.0 150.0 150.0Total Reserves

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Environmental Protection Services

    Nelson Landfill Monitoring Program 2,237.0 1,237.0 1,000.0 333.0 5-9.04

    Harper Road Landfill 675.0 7,150.0 3,025.0 225.0 3,225.0 675.0 225.0 3,225.0 5-9.05

    9,387.0 4,262.0 675.0 1,225.0 3,225.0 675.0 558.0 3,225.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-9.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 11462

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The City, in conjunction with Otonabee South Monaghan Township and Fred Nelson and Sons, operated a licensed landfill site in the township on lands owned by Fred Nelson from the early 1970s to mid 1980s. Environmental legislation under the Environmental Protection Act requires on-going monitoring for all landfills registered in Ontario to ensure there are no risks to human health or the environment as a result of landfill operations.

    Results obtained within the past year indicate a need to address elevated contamination (PCBs) at the former landfill. Remedial measures are being better defined during negotiations with the MOE throughout 2014 with implementation expected to begin in 2016. However, without a new cost sharing agreement in place, no further work on this project is anticipated.

    As negotiations continue with the stakeholders and the MOE, there may be a need to increase the Citys share of funds depending on findings of annual results and the framework of the new agreement.

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Nelson Landfill Monitoring Program

    Commitments Made

    On October 8, 2010, a Tri-Party Agreement was executed between the City, the Township of Otonabee South Monaghan and Fred Nelson & Sons establishing an annual budget commitment of $5,000/year for a 20 year period. No further work will be conducted on this project until a new agreement with the stakeholder's is reached.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Results from the 2014 monitoring program revealed the requirements for significant remedial action measures to be carried out on the site to bring the former landfill back into compliance with current Environmental Legislation. Estimates range from $1,000,000 to $3,000,000. Additional operating funds are likely and will be better defined in 2016 if a new agreement is reached.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11462

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-9.04

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Utility Services

    Project Description Nelson Landfill Monitoring Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,237.0 1,237.0 1,000.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 713.5 380.0 333.5Recoveries 711.0 377.5 333.5

    1,424.5 757.5 667.0Total Direct Revenue

    812.5Net Requirements 479.5 333.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 39.0 39.0Utility Services Reserve 7.5 7.5

    46.5 46.5Total Reserves

    766.0 433.0 333.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-9.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 11463

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The City of Peterborough operated a landfill site from approximately the mid-1940s to the mid-1960s in the area of Harper Road and Sir Sandford Fleming Drive. This is not an engineered facility and the site received both municipal and industrial waste. Recently (2008 onwards) some work was performed which was initiated to address PCB seeps to surface water in the surrounding surface water streams. The Ministry of the Environment has directed the City to file an application for a new ECA for the site. This process will provide a clear, concise directive outlining provisions to manage the former landfill according to todays applicable laws and standards.

    Supporting documentation from the detailed Environmental Study conducted in 2012, 2013 and 2014 will be used for the application process. It is anticipated that the newly created ECA will not be issued until sometime in 2016. Once issued implementation will start immediately.

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Harper Road Landfill - Former Waste Disposal Site Environmental Study/Monitoring Program and Remedial Action Plan for Site Clean-up

    Commitments Made

    Report USEP12-001 (January 23, 2012) established a capital budget in the amount of $2,000,000 to conduct a detailed Environmental Study of the Harper Road former landfill site. Report USEP15-005 (June 1, 2015) identified the requirement to seek an Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA), for the site and to fund an additional $187,000 to complete the required application submittal.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Future clean-up and remedial initiatives will ultimately impact future budgets. It is anticipated that an additional budget of $225,000/year for a minimum 5-year period and a capital investment of $3,000,000 in 2018 will be required to comply with a new ECA. Funds remaining from previous commitments will be utilized in the application stage for the ECA.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11463

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-9.05

    Env Protection - Environmental Protection Services

    Utility Services

    Project Description Harper Road Landfill

    ExpendituresContractual Services 7,150.0 3,025.0 225.0 3,225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    7,150.0Net Requirements 3,025.0 225.0 3,225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 2,000.0 2,000.0Utility Services Reserve 25.0 25.0

    2,025.0 2,025.0Total Reserves

    5,125.0 1,000.0 225.0 3,225.0Capital Levy 225.0 225.0 225.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Waste Management

    Peterborough Landfill Site 5,885.0 262.5 262.5 16,074.0 4,954.0 525.0 2,550.0 2,160.0 2,942.5 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0 5-10.01

    Construction & Transfer of Leaf & Yard Compost Facility

    3,518.7 3,518.7 3,518.7 5-10.02

    19,592.7 262.5 4,954.0 525.0 262.5 5,885.0 262.5 6,068.7 2,160.0 2,942.5 4,793.7 1,080.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-10.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15468

    Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The South Fill Area reached capacity in 2012. The cell was capped and closed as per the SFA closure plan which included seeding and landscaping to a natural state.

    Cell 2 of the North Fill Area was constructed and started receiving waste in September 2010.

    Construction of Cell 3 of the North Fill Area was completed in 2015. In addition, a ring gas collection system was installed in Cell 2 and the Public Drop-off container area was expanded.

    The Landfill Gas to Energy project was commissioned in 2013.

    Project Name & Description

    Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility

    Commitments Made

    The City and the County entered into an agreement July 1, 2002 to jointly own and operate the Peterborough Waste Management Facility and share all cost and revenues on a 50-50 basis.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The operating budget includes a Landfill Operations activity that captures ongoing operating costs associated with the site and tipping fee revenues all of which are cost shared 50-50 with the County.

    The waste disposal capacity and annual fill rates are based on best estimates and will be refined annually.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15468

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-10.01

    Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

    Utility Services

    Project Description Peterborough Landfill Site

    ExpendituresContractual Services 16,074.0 4,954.0 525.0 2,550.0 2,160.0 4,100.0 735.0 1,050.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 8,037.0 2,477.0 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0 2,050.0 367.5 525.0

    8,037.0 2,477.0 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0Total Direct Revenue 2,050.0 367.5 525.0

    8,037.0Net Requirements 2,477.0 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0 2,050.0 367.5 525.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Management Reserve Fund 8,037.0 2,477.0 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0 2,050.0 367.5 525.0

    8,037.0 2,477.0 262.5 1,275.0 1,080.0Total Reserves 2,050.0 367.5 525.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-10.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-032

    Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The existing compost site at Harper Road is required to cease all operations by January 1, 2017 with the receipt of organic waste ceasing by January 1, 2016. Accordingly, studies have been undertaken to find, design and get approved a new compost site.

    The new site is proposed to be within the lands of the County/City Waste Management Facility on Bensfort Road. Studies have progressed to the point where planning approvals from the County and Township and operational approval from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) are expected to be received by the end of 2015. Construction is then proposed for the spring of 2016. An extension of the proposed closure of the Harper Road compost site has been sought from the MOECC to ensure the City is in compliance with all Environmental Compliance Approval requirements.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Not applicable. There will be no public access to the new compost site.

    Project Name & Description

    Construction & Transfer of Leaf & Yard Compost Facility

    Commitments Made

    The Environmental Compliance Approval (No. A340106) for the existing Harper Road Compost Site requires that receipt of organic waste at the Harper Site cease by January 1, 2016 and composting activities and all storage of waste and compost at this site cease by January 1, 2017.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    A new compost site will be developed that will incorporate updated Provincial Compost Standards. These standards involve a higher level of sampling and monitoring than previous standards with the resultant increase in operating costs. Additionally, more requirements are placed on the day-to-day operation of the site including the control of litter, and formation and turning of windrows.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-032

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-10.02

    Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

    Utility Services

    Project Description Construction & Transfer of Leaf & Yard Compost Facility

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,518.7 3,518.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,518.7Net Requirements 3,518.7

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Management Reserve Fund 3,518.7 3,518.7

    3,518.7 3,518.7Total Reserves

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Transit

    Terminal Building Upgrades 650.0 2,100.0 1,450.0 650.0 650.0 5-11.01

    Accessible Transit Stops 456.9 54.6 780.1 154.5 54.6 56.2 57.9 456.9 54.6 56.2 57.9 5-11.02

    Transit Buses 4,349.0 590.0 12,011.2 3,429.7 590.0 1,804.5 1,838.0 4,349.0 590.0 1,804.5 1,838.0 5-11.03

    Transit Stop Shelters 56.0 6.1 0.7 77.0 6.8 7.0 7.2 56.0 6.8 7.0 7.2 5-11.04

    Downtown Transportation Hub 50,550.0 50,650.0 100.0 50,550.0 100.0 5-11.05

    Buses for Persons with Disabilities 2,900.0 3,200.0 300.0 2,900.0 300.0 5-11.06

    Transit Operations Supervision Vehicle 45.7 86.3 40.6 45.7 40.6 5-11.07

    Refurbish Existing Transit Buses 406.0 406.0 406.0 5-11.08

    69,310.6 5,034.2 1,301.4 1,301.4 55.3 58,763.6 6.1 650.0 590.0 2,308.3 1,903.1 58,763.6 2,308.3 1,903.1Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 08508

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Downtown Public Transit Terminal is integrated into the ground floor of the Simcoe Street Parking Garage. The Parkade and Terminal are 40 years old and underwent a $3.175 million renovation ten years ago. A 2013 structural review recommended $2.5 million in additional rehabilitation work in three to five years for the parking structure. The last major upgrade to the customer service and office areas at the Transit Terminal was completed approximately 16 years ago. The building interior, fixtures, mechanical and electrical components are out-dated and a recent audit identified a number of improvements that were required to meet new accessibility standards.

    Funding shown as approved pre-2016 is for the engineering/architectural design and rehabilitation of the most pressing elements of the interior of the bus terminal. The East Wing of the Terminal was renovated in 2015 and extensive additional work was required to remove hazardous materials and to upgrade the existing commercial rental units in the building. The 2016 budget request for $650,000 will provide the remaining funding to complete the renovation of the West Wing of the Terminal

    Accessibility Considerations

    The rehabilitation will include required updates to meet accessibility requirements for the interior spaces including features such as auto door openers, customer service counter height, washrooms and passenger seating.

    Project Name & Description

    Terminal Building Upgrades

    Commitments Made

    The approved 2012 Public Transit Operations Review (Reports USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019) recognized the current required renovation needs for the Transit Terminal. Council in approving Report CPPS15-033 awarded the Transit Terminal West Wing Renovation and included a pre-commitment of the 2016 budget request.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Updating the mechanical and electrical components at the existing terminal will result in energy savings and including some new retail space will result in some additional lease revenue to offset transit operating costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 08508

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.01

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Terminal Building Upgrades

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,100.0 1,450.0 650.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,100.0Net Requirements 1,450.0 650.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,500.0 850.0 650.0

    1,500.0 850.0 650.0Total Debenture Financing

    600.0 600.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13505

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project establishes an annual budget to reconstruct public transit stops to be fully-accessible and compliant with AODA Integrated and Built-Environment standards. The conventional public transit system is currently supported by over 620 public transit stops. Many of these stops are not accessible to persons with disabilities effectively precluding these individuals and especially those who utilize transportable assistive mobility devices from accessing public transit at particular stops. Although progress has been made in the accessible fleet (82% of buses will be fully-accessible by January 2016) many transit stops continue to offer barriers such as, full height curbs, steps and grass boulevards. Based on a review in the spring of 2015, it is estimated that 60% of the stops are non accessible. AODA does not specify a year for full compliance.

    This Program will reconstruct bus stops based on a priority ranking utilizing an in-house developed multi-criteria analysis and GIS spatial database. The Program commenced in 2013 reconstructing as many stops as the budget will permit.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Enhance accessibility for all persons with disabilities removing barriers such as concrete curbs, steps, steep ramps and grass boulevards.

    Project Name & Description

    Accessible Transit Stops

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increased maintenance costs including winter control.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13505

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.02

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Accessible Transit Stops

    ExpendituresContractual Services 780.1 154.5 54.6 56.2 57.9 59.8 61.4 335.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    780.1Net Requirements 154.5 54.6 56.2 57.9 59.8 61.4 335.7

    To Be Financed From:

    780.1 154.5 54.6 56.2 57.9Capital Levy 59.8 61.4 335.7

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14500

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The City currently has a conventional transit fleet consisting of 52 buses as of December 2015. This includes the 3 new buses delivered in August 2015 and the 3 buses delivered in November 2015. By December 2015 the average fleet age will be 9.2 years and 88% of the fleet will be fully accessible.

    The 2012 Transit Operations Review recommended acquisition of 15 buses between 2013 and 2015 to reduce the average age of the fleet and ensure that 100% of transit buses are accessible. An additional 6 buses were recommended to facilitate service expansions recommended in the review. Since 2012, 12 low-entry fully accessible buses have been purchased; nine for vehicle replacement and three for service expansion. The 2016 purchase of one new replacement bus will leave 5 new vehicles to be purchased between 2017 and 2018 to complete the vehicle replacement program. At current funding levels the target is to have 100% of transit buses accessible by 2018. Three additional vehicles would need to be purchased in 2019 if the additional service expansions from the 2012 Transit Operations Review are implemented.

    Transit fleet purchases are partially funded from the Transit Fleet Reserve. Where applicable, portions of the capital costs are also funded from Development Charges, the Federal Gas Tax Program, and the Provincial Gas Tax reserve.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Buses are fully accessible for all people, including those utilizing mobility devices.

    Project Name & Description

    Transit Buses

    Commitments Made

    The conventional transit fleet replacement and expansion program was originally established in the 2006 Transit Operations Review (Report USTR07-008 Transit Implementation Strategy Update, May 2007).

    The Program has been updated as part of the approved 2012 Public Transit Operations Review (Report USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019).

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduction in maintenance costs and fuel savings.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14500

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.03

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Transit Buses

    ExpendituresContractual Services 12,011.2 3,429.7 590.0 1,804.5 1,838.0 1,875.0 2,474.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    12,011.2Net Requirements 3,429.7 590.0 1,804.5 1,838.0 1,875.0 2,474.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Transit Reserve 6,601.5 1,798.0 590.0 602.5 550.0 587.0 2,474.0Federal Gas Tax 5,409.7 1,631.7 1,202.0 1,288.0 1,288.0

    12,011.2 3,429.7 590.0 1,804.5 1,838.0Total Reserves 1,875.0 2,474.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-117

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This program continues the replacement and expansion of transit stop shelters where higher than average passenger usage exists, in areas of severe environment and where the passenger demographic is primarily senior.

    The program consists of a mix of 4x8, 4x12 and 8x12 shelters sized to accommodate waiting passenger demand.

    Shelters are glass design with domed roof, complete with interior seating benches. Currently there are 67 shelters in the city, and of the existing inventory, 57 are City owned with the remaining 10 owned by a transit shelter advertising company.

    This program also funds the re-construction of transit shelter concrete pads and concrete sidewalk approaches to shelters to enhance accessible transit passenger amenities.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The shelters enhances accessibility. Each shelter is barrier free and includes a bench with handles for assistance.

    Project Name & Description

    Transit Stop Shelters

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Maintenance costs average approximately $800 per year

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-117

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.04

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Transit Stop Shelters

    ExpendituresContractual Services 77.0 6.8 7.0 7.2 7.4 7.6 41.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    77.0Net Requirements 6.8 7.0 7.2 7.4 7.6 41.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Transit 70.0 6.1 6.3 6.5 6.7 6.9 37.5

    70.0 6.1 6.3 6.5Total Development Charges 6.7 6.9 37.5

    7.0 0.7 0.7 0.7Capital Levy 0.7 0.7 3.5

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-114

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Downtown Public Transit Terminal is integrated into the ground floor of the Simcoe Street Parking Garage. The Parkade and Terminal are 40 years old and underwent a $3.175 million renovation ten years ago. A 2013 structural review recommended $2.5 million in additional rehabilitation work in three to five years for the parking structure. A major upgrade to the customer service and office areas at the Transit Terminal was completed approximately 16 years ago. Both the Terminal and Parkade are undergoing necessary repairs and renovation to extend the life of the existing structure.

    The 2017 budget request for $100,000 will provide funding to initiate the longer term planning to develop a conceptual design, cost estimate, and implementation strategy for the ultimate replacement of the terminal building to better define budget requirements.

    The budget requests shown starting in the year 2022 are the result of the anticipated longer term need for construction of a new integrated facility with a modern flow-through bus terminal design, retail space and upper level parking as recommended in the 2012 Transit Operations Review.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The renovation work will include required updates to meet accessibility requirements for interior spaces for the customer areas and staff.

    Project Name & Description

    Downtown Transportation Hub

    Commitments Made

    The approved 2012 Public Transit Operations Review (Reports USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019) recognized the current required renovation needs for the Transit Terminal and recommended construction of a new Downtown Terminal with a modern flow-through design in the longer term.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    A new terminal will probably be larger than the existing so maintenance and utility costs could increase, but a better flow of bus traffic would reduce operational costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-114

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.05

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Downtown Transportation Hub

    ExpendituresContractual Services 50,650.0 100.0 50,550.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    50,650.0Net Requirements 100.0 50,550.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 40,876.3 40,876.3

    40,876.3Total Debenture Financing 40,876.3

    Development ChargesDCRF Parking 5,264.2 5,264.2DCRF Transit 3,667.5 3,667.5

    8,931.7Total Development Charges 8,931.7

    842.0 100.0Capital Levy 742.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-115

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The City currently has a specialized transit fleet consisting of ten purpose-built small buses/vans, eight of which are in peak period revenue service daily.

    In 2012, the average fleet age was 7.8 years, which is above the Citys target average fleet age of five years. In 2013, six high-floor lift equipped purpose built vans were purchased replacing vehicles which were 11 years of age and older. This acquisition reduced the average fleet age to 2.2 years. The next proposed bus replacement year is 2017 and requested funding will replace the 4 older vans which will be 7 years old in 2016.

    Transit fleet purchases are funded from the Transit Fleet Reserve. Where applicable, portions of the capital costs for expansion to accommodate growth can be funded through the Development Charge program. In addition, the Provincial Gas Tax reserve can be accessed for capital funding.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Buses are fully accessible for all people, including those utilizing mobility devices

    Project Name & Description

    Buses for Persons with Disabilities

    Commitments Made

    The specialized transit fleet replacement and expansion program was originally established in the 2006 Transit Operations Review (Report USTR07-008 Transit Implementation Strategy Update, May 2007). The Program has been updated as part of the approved 2012 Public Transit Operations Review (Report USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019).

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduction in maintenance costs and fuel savings.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-115

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.06

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Buses for Persons with Disabilities

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,200.0 300.0 330.0 690.0 1,880.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,200.0Net Requirements 300.0 330.0 690.0 1,880.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Transit Reserve 3,200.0 300.0 330.0 690.0 1,880.0

    3,200.0 300.0Total Reserves 330.0 690.0 1,880.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.07Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-116

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Peterborough Transit has two light duty vehicles for use by transit supervisory staff to support day-to-day operations including monitoring transit service delivery and responding to on-site incidents requiring investigations. The use of City owned vehicles reduces cost of personal vehicle use. The 2010 Chevrolet Equinox will be 6 years old in 2016 and is scheduled for replacement in 2017.

    Accessibility Considerations

    None

    Project Name & Description

    Transit Operations Supervision Vehicle

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduced maintenance costs for newer vehicle.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-116

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.07

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Transit Operations Supervision Vehicle

    ExpendituresContractual Services 86.3 40.6 45.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    86.3Net Requirements 40.6 45.7

    To Be Financed From:

    86.3 40.6Capital Levy 45.7

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-11.08Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-118

    Transportation - Transit

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Under this project, components of the existing City transit bus fleet including bulkheads, floors and certain mechanical items are refurbished to extend the vehicle life beyond the standard of 18 years to approximately 24 years.

    The Transportation Division began refurbishing portions of the existing conventional transit bus fleet in 1998 when four buses between the age of 15 and 18 years were refurbished. To date a total of 14 buses have been refurbished. Prior to refurbishing, staff complete a mechanical assessment to determine the feasibility of refurbishing individual units. Refurbishing is completed both in-house and by off-site companies.

    There is sufficient pre-approved budget to refurbish four buses and no new funding is required until 2019. The candidate units would be 16 years of age (built in 1998) at time of rebuild. Refurbishing is an important mechanism to extend vehicle life, particularly where funds are limited for fleet component replacement.

    Accessibility Considerations

    This enhances existing accessibility features such as new stanchions and mobility device tie downs.

    Project Name & Description

    Refurbish Existing Transit Buses

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Refurbishing reduces vehicle maintenance costs. In the first two years after refurbishing operating costs are reduced on average $0.60/km for 50,000 km operated or $30,000 per bus, per year.Refurbishing extends life on average by 300,000 km increasing lifetime service mileage to beyond 1.6 million km

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-118

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-11.08

    Transportation - Transit

    Utility Services

    Project Description Refurbish Existing Transit Buses

    ExpendituresContractual Services 406.0 406.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    406.0Net Requirements 406.0

    To Be Financed From:

    406.0Capital Levy 406.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Parking

    Simcoe Street Parking Garage Rehabilitation 2,000.0 350.0 2,850.0 350.0 500.0 2,000.0 350.0 500.0 5-12.01

    Parking Equipment Purchases 499.1 59.8 823.1 139.6 59.8 61.4 63.2 499.1 59.8 61.4 63.2 5-12.02

    Replacement of Operations Vehicles 90.0 170.0 80.0 90.0 80.0 5-12.03

    3,843.1 139.6 409.8 409.8 2,589.1 350.0 59.8 141.4 563.2 2,589.1 141.4 563.2Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-12.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14542

    Transportation - Parking

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Simcoe Street Parkade was constructed in 1974 and is a 4-1/2 storey split-level, above grade, stand-alone parking structure with 3-1/2 split-level suspended slabs and one slab-on-grade level. The 2013 structural review indicated that the structural precast concrete elements are generally in fair condition but are exhibiting signs of localized corrosion-related deterioration resulting from moisture and chloride infiltration.Since the time of original construction in 1974, the parking structure has undergone one major rehabilitation program completed over three years (2002-2005). The total cost for these repairs was $3.175 million. Rehabilitation in 2015/2016 will cost $752,000 plus taxes and can be accommodated within the combined budgets for the King and Simcoe Garage rehabilitation projects. Funds requested for 2016 will allow for additional upgrades to the barrier walls and guardrails which were identified as deficient but could not be accommodated within the pre-approved project budget. Upon approval, this work will be incorporated into the awarded tender. During the longer term (2018/19) an additional $2.5 million in additional work is required.Prior to completion of the long term rehabilitation it is recommended that a life cycle study be completed (2018) to determine if the added repairs will be cost effective compared to construction of a new structure.

    Project Name & Description

    Simcoe Street Parking Garage Rehabilitation

    Commitments Made

    In 2013, a structural review of the Simcoe Street parking garage was conducted with the results indicating structural and mechanical repairs would be required in 2015. Tender T-27-15 was awarded by Council (Report CPPS15-029) in June 2015 for rehabilitation of the King and Simcoe Parking Garages. The repairs at the Simcoe Garage will commence in the spring of 2016.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Lower maintenance costs and improved service to the public.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14542

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-12.01

    Transportation - Parking

    Utility Services

    Project Description Simcoe Street Parking Garage Rehabilitation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,850.0 350.0 500.0 2,000.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,850.0Net Requirements 350.0 500.0 2,000.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev - User Charges 2,850.0 350.0 500.0 2,000.0

    2,850.0 350.0 500.0Total Debenture Financing 2,000.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-12.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15544

    Transportation - Parking

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This is an ongoing program to purchase and install new updated parking control equipment for all areas under the purview of the parking section, including the Simcoe Street and King Street Parking Garages.In past years items purchased through this program included: Pay and display machines for surface parking lots Simcoe Garage - cash/logic revenue system Simcoe Garage - replace kiosk Handheld Ticketing DevicesIn 2016, it is anticipated the funds will be used to purchase additional Pay and Display machines replacing the remainder of the on-street parking meters in the downtown as well as upgrading handheld ticketing machines to enable future implementation of real time parking management applications.

    Project Name & Description

    Parking Equipment Purchases

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Lower maintenance costs at off-street and on-street locations.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15544

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-12.02

    Transportation - Parking

    Utility Services

    Project Description Parking Equipment Purchases

    ExpendituresContractual Services 823.1 139.6 59.8 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 366.9

    Total Direct Revenue

    823.1Net Requirements 139.6 59.8 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 366.9

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Parking Reserve 823.1 139.6 59.8 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 366.9

    823.1 139.6 59.8 61.4 63.2Total Reserves 65.1 67.1 366.9

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-12.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-123

    Transportation - Parking

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This is a life-cycle replacement program for Parking vehicles. Vehicles are utilized for enforcement patrol and operation activities.

    The Parking section currently deploys four vehicles, a 2013 compact car and a 2008 compact hybrid electric car used for parking enforcement and two 2011 compact pickup trucks used for maintenance and revenue collection.

    Alternative fuel technologies will continue to be reviewed to ensure that the fleet is economical and responding to needs for reduced emissions.

    Project Name & Description

    Replacement of Operations Vehicles

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduced maintenance costs

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-123

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-12.03

    Transportation - Parking

    Utility Services

    Project Description Replacement of Operations Vehicles

    ExpendituresContractual Services 170.0 80.0 90.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    170.0Net Requirements 80.0 90.0

    To Be Financed From:

    170.0 80.0Capital Levy 90.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Parking

    Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study

    75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 5-12.04

    75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-12.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-119

    Transportation - Parking

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The last review of the parking program was completed in 2007. The report provided a number of recommendations including increasing both parking fines and monthly permit rates. With eight years passing since the last Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study, much has changed including the emergence of new mixed use development areas in the downtown, the future conversion of the Louis Street Parking Lot to a public square, and the potential elimination of some on-street parking to provide wider sidewalks on some blocks. Report USTR15-010 approved by Council, recommended the completion of a Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study to update the previous study completed in 2007. The Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study will include an assessment of long term parking supply in the downtown, parking rates and fines, new technologies to improve customer service, and the administration of the parking section.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Consultation with the Accessibility Advisory Committee will be undertaken to review the accessible parking space inventory and identify necessary enhancements.

    Project Name & Description

    Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study

    Commitments Made

    In 2015, a Parking Operations Review of fees, fines, and enforcement levels was completed. Report USTR15-010 approved by Council, recommended the completion of a Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study to update the previous study completed in 2007.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study may recommend measures to improve customer service that may result in increased operating costs. Changes to parking fines or fees may increase parking revenues to offset future costs.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-119

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-12.04

    Transportation - Parking

    Utility Services

    Project Description Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study

    ExpendituresContractual Services 75.0 75.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    75.0Net Requirements 75.0

    To Be Financed From:

    75.0 75.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Traffic and Transportation

    New Traffic Control and Street Name Sign Program

    183.0 7.4 14.4 312.3 61.8 21.8 22.5 23.2 183.0 21.8 22.5 23.2 5-13.01

    Multi-use Trail and Bicycle Lane Improvements

    513.9 61.4 1,116.1 412.5 61.4 63.2 65.1 513.9 61.4 63.2 65.1 5-13.02

    Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements

    872.6 104.6 1,298.0 102.2 104.6 107.7 110.9 872.6 104.6 107.7 110.9 5-13.03

    Traffic Improvements 514.1 61.4 703.8 61.4 63.2 65.1 514.1 61.4 63.2 65.1 5-13.04

    Traffic Signal LED Replacement Program 575.0 1,025.0 450.0 575.0 5-13.05

    4,455.2 1,026.5 249.2 249.2 234.8 2,658.6 14.4 256.6 264.3 2,658.6 256.6 264.3Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-13.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13572

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This multi-year program is to install traffic signs in new residential developments.

    This program will be funded by two separate sources. The cost of installing signs in new residential developments will be funded by the existing Development Sign Reserve with the remainder funded through capital levy. For future years, the budget amount will be adjusted to reflect new development levels.

    Project Name & Description

    New Traffic Control and Street Name Sign Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Future operating budgets will reflect the cost of maintaining the existing sign infrastructure.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13572

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-13.01

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Utility Services

    Project Description New Traffic Control and Street Name Sign Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 312.3 61.8 21.8 22.5 23.2 23.9 24.6 134.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    312.3Net Requirements 61.8 21.8 22.5 23.2 23.9 24.6 134.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Development Sign Reserve 208.1 41.6 14.4 14.9 15.4 15.9 16.4 89.5

    208.1 41.6 14.4 14.9 15.4Total Reserves 15.9 16.4 89.5

    104.2 20.2 7.4 7.6 7.8Capital Levy 8.0 8.2 45.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-13.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14578

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This is a multi-year program to ensure that the existing multi-use trail and bicycle lane networks meet current standards, including the new provincial guidelines for cycling facilities released in 2014.

    In co-operation with the Transportation Demand Management Planner and in conjunction with the development of trail standards, transportation staff will focus on improving existing trail crossings, install way-finding and bicycle lane signage and update bicycle lane pavement markings to meet the new provincial guidelines and provide consistency across the city.

    Each year, existing trails and bicycle lanes will be identified based on a condition rating and work programs will be set as funding permits. In 2016, the focus will be on upgrading the multi-use trails along Clonsilla Avenue and Lansdowne Street.

    The budget is indexed to reflect expected cost increases and to reflect the growth of the network.

    Accessibility Considerations

    This project includes improving the road crossings along multi-use trails, which is of benefit to people of all abilities using the trail system. The multi-use trail component of the cycling network is fully accessible and represents one of the most accessible ways to get around in the city. The asphalt surface is favoured over concrete sidewalks because it is smoother.

    Project Name & Description

    Multi-Use Trail and Bicycle Lane Improvements - A project to ensure that the the existing multi-use trail and other bicycle facilities, including bicycle lanes, meet current standards.

    Commitments Made

    The approved Comprehensive Transportation Plan contains a series of recommendations related to introduction and improvement of city-wide cycling facilities. The cycling, trails network program contains 100 improvement projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Increase in future operating budgets to maintain an increase in infrastructure associated with the trail and cycling network.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14578

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-13.02

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Utility Services

    Project Description Multi-use Trail and Bicycle Lane Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,116.1 412.5 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,116.1Net Requirements 412.5 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.7

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 295.0 295.0

    295.0 295.0Total Reserves

    821.1 117.5 61.4 63.2 65.1Capital Levy 67.1 69.1 377.7

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-13.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15570

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Initiated in 2005, this is a multi-year program to replace deteriorating traffic signal equipment to meet minimum standards and control increasing maintenance costs.

    The condition of existing traffic signal infrastructure, primarily in the older areas of the city, is poor. This program includes the replacement of poles, signal heads, pedestrian push buttons, detection equipment and mast arms.

    Each year intersections are identified based on condition ratings and work programs are set as funding permits. There are currently 126 traffic signals city-wide (twelve are Intersection Pedestrian Signals). Through new and road reconstruction programs, three additional signalized intersections will be added to the inventory in 2016. For future years, it is recommended that $104,600, indexed each year by 3%, be allocated for Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Traffic signal infrastructure improvements also include upgrading traffic signal equipment to meet the needs of people with disabilities. The City has committed to fund the installation of audible pedestrian signals at one location in 2016. This location will be determined jointly by City staff and members of the Accessibility Advisory Committee.

    Project Name & Description

    Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Each improvement made to the existing traffic signal infrastructure will reduce future maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15570

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-13.03

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Utility Services

    Project Description Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,298.0 102.2 104.6 107.7 110.9 114.2 117.6 640.8

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,298.0Net Requirements 102.2 104.6 107.7 110.9 114.2 117.6 640.8

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 0.6 0.6

    0.6 0.6Total Reserves

    1,297.4 101.6 104.6 107.7 110.9Capital Levy 114.2 117.6 640.8

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-13.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-120

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Continuation of the traffic improvements program implementing various projects that emerge throughout the year via requests from the public, City Council and staff.

    Improvements include projects such as installation of pedestrian intersection signals, flashing beacons, turn lanes, channelization and traffic islands. Throughout each year priorities and projects are advanced and reported to Council. For future years, it is recommended that $61,400, indexed each year by 3% as an estimate for construction cost increases, be allocated for Traffic Improvements

    Accessibility Considerations

    Accessibility improvements will be included where applicable (i.e pedestrian intersection signals).

    Project Name & Description

    Traffic Improvements

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Potential for reduced risk in roadway operation.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-120

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-13.04

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Utility Services

    Project Description Traffic Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 703.8 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.9

    Total Direct Revenue

    703.8Net Requirements 61.4 63.2 65.1 67.1 69.1 377.9

    To Be Financed From:

    703.8 61.4 63.2 65.1Capital Levy 67.1 69.1 377.9

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-13.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15579

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This multi-year program is to replace the Citys LED (Light Emitting Diode) traffic signal indications.

    In 2007, the City of Peterborough converted the Citys signalized intersections and flashing beacons from incandescent bulbs to energy efficient LED lamps. The result of this program has reduced energy costs by approximately 85% and realized savings on annual re-lamping costs.

    The existing LED lamps will be nine years old in 2016 effectively at the end of their life cycle. Experience in other Ontario municipalities has shown the most cost effective method to maintain these lamps is to bulk replace them once they are seven years old. The replacement program commenced with the procurement of the LED lamps with the installation starting in the summer of 2015.

    Pre-approved funds are sufficient to cover the cost of this program and no new funding is required for 2016. For future years (2021), the replacement of LED lamps will be 100% funded through the Traffic Signal Reserve.

    Project Name & Description

    Traffic Signal LED Replacement Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Future operating budgets will fund the Traffic Signal Reserve to cover LED lamp replacement costs in 2021. Replacement of LED lamps will reduce maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15579

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-13.05

    Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

    Utility Services

    Project Description Traffic Signal LED Replacement Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,025.0 450.0 575.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,025.0Net Requirements 450.0 575.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Traffic Signal Reserve 875.0 300.0 575.0

    875.0 300.0Total Reserves 575.0

    150.0 150.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Demand Management

    George Street Improvement Project 325.0 325.0 650.0 650.0 325.0 5-14.01

    650.0 325.0 650.0 325.0 325.0 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-14.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-022

    Transportation - Demand Management

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Improvement to George Street, from Sherbrooke Street to Perry Street, includes implementing a project that demonstrates a complete street. When completed, this section of street will better serve all modes of transportation resulting in fewer collisions and formal space allocation for cyclists on the road. For pedestrians, there will be safe crossing opportunities and increased distance between the vehicle travel lanes and the sidewalks. This project will be incorporated with planned improvements to Townsend Street as part of the Jackson Creek Diversion Sewer project.An Expression of Interest (EOI) was submitted in August 2015 seeking provincial grant funding under the Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program. If successful up to $325,000 of the capital cost may be eligible for funding. The EOI shortlist deadline is September 30, 2015 with a final decision on the grant funding to be announced in December 2015.

    Accessibility Considerations

    There is 550 metres between traffic signals and four lanes of traffic to cross in this section of George Street. With the planned improvements, there will be a new fully accessible traffic signal and two accessible pedestrian refuge islands.

    Project Name & Description

    George Street Improvement Project

    Commitments Made

    On-street cycling lanes on George Street are a high priority in the 2012 Transportation Master Plan. Section 5.3.2 of the Plan also recommends adopting a Complete Streets policy and the Cultural Plan recommends supporting Complete Streets and initiatives that support walking and cycling. Council approved the final design concept as part of Report USTR14-011 with implementation to follow in subsequent budget submissions.

    The Central Area Master Plan recommends improving the gateways to the downtown.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    None

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-022

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-14.01

    Transportation - Demand Management

    Utility Services

    Project Description George Street Improvement Project

    ExpendituresContractual Services 650.0 650.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 325.0 325.0

    325.0 325.0Total Direct Revenue

    325.0Net Requirements 325.0

    To Be Financed From:

    325.0 325.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Demand Management

    Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Projects

    274.4 32.8 626.1 250.3 32.8 33.8 34.8 274.4 32.8 33.8 34.8 5-14.02

    626.1 250.3 32.8 32.8 32.8 274.4 33.8 34.8 274.4 33.8 34.8Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-14.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12580

    Transportation - Demand Management

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Transportation Plan outlines various TDM measures. These measures include travel management programs, which require infrastructure-related strategies to encourage and facilitate reduced single occupancy vehicle trips. TDM measures reduce reliance on more costly approaches to provision of transportation services and provide more efficient, equitable, low cost and sustainable transportation options. 30% of the Peterborough population does not have direct access to a vehicle.

    2016 projects include:

    1) Studies related to implementation of the Cycling Network in the Transportation Plan2) Provision of additional public bicycle parking

    Project Name & Description

    Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Projects - A multi-year program to implement infrastructure related to TDM initiatives

    Commitments Made

    The 2012 Transportation Plan is a blueprint for the City's transportation system. The Plan contains many recommendations which require varying levels of added study to be implemented.

    A number of these projects and initiatives are in the area of Transportation Demand Management formulating strategies to improve travel in the city including public transit, cycling and walking. This capital program will fund other planning and operations activities as recommended within the Transportation Plan to ensure that the Plan remains a dynamic document, and with actions for continuous improvement.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12580

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-14.02

    Transportation - Demand Management

    Utility Services

    Project Description Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Projects

    ExpendituresContractual Services 626.1 250.3 32.8 33.8 34.8 35.8 36.9 201.7

    Total Direct Revenue

    626.1Net Requirements 250.3 32.8 33.8 34.8 35.8 36.9 201.7

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 188.5 188.5

    188.5 188.5Total Reserves

    437.6 61.8 32.8 33.8 34.8Capital Levy 35.8 36.9 201.7

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Bears - Marina Blvd Major System Bypass 2,730.0 2,100.0 630.0 2,100.0 630.0 5-15.01

    North-East Jackson Watershed Improvements

    5,050.0 6,550.0 1,500.0 5,050.0 1,500.0 5-15.02

    South-East Jackson Watershed Upgrades 77,570.0 77,570.0 77,570.0 5-15.03

    Byersville - Clonsilla Parkway Storm Basin 2,150.0 2,150.0 2,150.0 5-15.04

    South-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    490.0 490.0 490.0 5-15.05

    Curtis Creek Watershed Improvements

    22,930.0 22,930.0 22,930.0 5-15.06

    Brookdale Watershed Improvements 31,050.0 31,050.0 31,050.0 5-15.07

    Thompson Watershed Improvements 4,380.0 4,380.0 4,380.0 5-15.08

    Meade Watershed Improvements 9,390.0 9,390.0 9,390.0 5-15.09

    Riverview Watershed Improvements 9,260.0 9,260.0 9,260.0 5-15.10

    Byersville Watershed Improvements 40,820.0 40,820.0 40,820.0 5-15.11

    North-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    90.0 90.0 90.0 5-15.12

    Charlotte St Upgrades - SE Jackson 100 yr pipe

    1,400.0 1,400.0 1,400.0 5-15.13

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    208,810.0 204,580.0 2,100.0 2,130.0 204,580.0 2,100.0 2,130.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.01Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-082

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project substantially increases the flow-carrying capacity along Marina Boulevard from Hilliard Street to the Royal Drive intersection.

    The project involves a large catch basin installation, increased storm sewer pipe size and re-grading of portions of properties in the area.

    Project Name & Description

    Bears Creek - Marina Boulevard Major System By-Pass

    Commitments Made

    The Bears Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on March 25, 2008 through Report USEC08-005.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Based upon Council Report CPFS14-043, the City is currently pursuing external funding through the Province for this project.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    A minimal increase in future operating budgets due to increased sewer size and quantity is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-082

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.01

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Bears - Marina Blvd Major System Bypass

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,730.0 2,100.0 630.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,730.0Net Requirements 2,100.0 630.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 2,730.0 2,100.0 630.0

    2,730.0 2,100.0 630.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.02Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-078

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast:

    Construction of a relief storm sewer parallel to the existing sewer from Hilliard Street along Phillip Street, McClennan Street, Gilbert Street, Elizabeth Avenue and Nicholls Street;

    Upsizing the existing pipe to 100 year capacity;

    From Nicholls Street and Dumble Avenue,

    Along Parkhill Road, and along Water and Simcoe Street.

    Project Name & Description

    North-East Jackson Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    A increase in future operating budgets due to increased sewer size and quantity is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-078

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.02

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description North-East Jackson Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,550.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,000.0 2,550.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    6,550.0Net Requirements 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,000.0 2,550.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 6,550.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,000.0 2,550.0

    6,550.0 1,500.0Total Reserves 1,500.0 1,000.0 2,550.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.03Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-079

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    Downie Street/Murray Street, 100 year pipeHunter Street, 100 year pipeRink Street, 100 year pipeSimcoe Street, 100 year pipe

    Project Name & Description

    South-East Jackson Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased sewer size and quantity is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-079

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.03

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description South-East Jackson Watershed Upgrades

    ExpendituresContractual Services 77,570.0 870.0 76,700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    77,570.0Net Requirements 870.0 76,700.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 77,570.0 870.0 76,700.0

    77,570.0Total Reserves 870.0 76,700.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.04Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-080

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project makes use of an existing City-owned land parcel along the west side of Byersville Creek between Clonsilla Avenue and Lansdowne Street West. This parcel is large enough to provide for an estimated 40,000 m3 of flow storage. From this area to the creek outlet at the Otonabee River, the topography is very flat. This large storage area is the most practical solution to assist in controlling high flows.

    Project Name & Description

    Byersville - Clonsilla Parkway Storm Basin

    Commitments Made

    The Byersville Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on September 13, 2010 through Report USEC10-023.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to an additional stormwater management facility is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-080

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.04

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Byersville - Clonsilla Parkway Storm Basin

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,150.0 2,150.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,150.0Net Requirements 2,150.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 2,150.0 2,150.0

    2,150.0Total Reserves 2,150.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.05Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-081

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following storm system upgrade projects are planned beyond the 10 year capital forecast;

    - Firwood Crescent- Regrade on Parkhill Road- Valleyview Drive - Ravenwood Drive

    Project Name & Description

    South-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-081

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.05

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description South-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 490.0 490.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    490.0Net Requirements 490.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 490.0 490.0

    490.0Total Reserves 490.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.06Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-083

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Curtis-Armour Road Culvert- Curtis-Caddy Street Culvert- Curtis-Euclid Culvert Replacement- Curtis-Roger Tivey Outlet Improvements- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade Parkhill Road- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade along Dufferin Steet and Roger Street- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade along Armour Road- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade along Hunter Street- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade along Sophia Street and Mark Street- Curtis-Strategic Storm Sewer Upgrade along Ashburnham Drive (pond)

    Project Name & Description

    Curtis Creek Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Curtis Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on February 8, 2010 through Report USEC10-001.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-083

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.06

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Curtis Creek Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 22,930.0 22,930.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    22,930.0Net Requirements 22,930.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 22,930.0 22,930.0

    22,930.0Total Reserves 22,930.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.07Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-084

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Barnardo Avenue, 100 year pipe- Bellevue Street- Bennet Street, 100 year pipe- Brookdale Crescent / Chesterfield Avenue- Chemong Road / Old Towerhill Road- Chemong Road / Towerhill Road- Chemong Road West- Donegal Street / Wolsley Street- Gilchrist Street- Greenlawn Avenue- Highland Road, regrade private property- Park Street / Dublin Street, sewer upgrade - Parkhill Road, 100 year pipe- Stormont Street / Glengarry Avenue- Sunset Boulevard, regrading

    Project Name & Description

    Brookdale Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-084

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.07

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Brookdale Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 31,050.0 31,050.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    31,050.0Net Requirements 31,050.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 31,050.0 31,050.0

    31,050.0Total Reserves 31,050.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.08Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-085

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Armour Road Runoff Storage- Eldon SWM Pond- Franmor Abbey Lane Chapel Drainage- Scollard Drive Drainage - Major System

    Project Name & Description

    Thompson Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Thompson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on February 11, 2008 through Report USEC08-002.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-085

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.08

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Thompson Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,380.0 4,380.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,380.0Net Requirements 4,380.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 4,380.0 4,380.0

    4,380.0Total Reserves 4,380.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.09Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-086

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Meade Creek Levee- Glenmead Road and Farmcrest Avenue- Naish Road Local Drainage- SW Corner Farmcrest- Syndenham Road, Severn Road, Rochelle Court

    Project Name & Description

    Meade Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Meade Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on July 5, 2010 through Report USEC10-017.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-086

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.09

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Meade Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,390.0 9,390.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,390.0Net Requirements 9,390.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 9,390.0 9,390.0

    9,390.0Total Reserves 9,390.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.10Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-087

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Algonquin Boulevard ROW- Carnegie Culvert at Water Street- Lorraine Drive Outlet- Subwatershed Culvert Nassau Mills- Water Street Culvert Upgrade at Zoo

    Project Name & Description

    Riverview Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Riverview Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 14, 2009 through Report USEC09-004.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-087

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.10

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Riverview Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 9,260.0 9,260.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    9,260.0Net Requirements 9,260.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 9,260.0 9,260.0

    9,260.0Total Reserves 9,260.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.11Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-088

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - Cedargrove SWMP- Golfview Drive Inlet- Twin Clonsilla Avenue East Branch

    Project Name & Description

    Byersville Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Byersville Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on September 13, 2010 through Report USEC10-023.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased infrastructure quantity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-088

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.11

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Byersville Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 40,820.0 40,820.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    40,820.0Net Requirements 40,820.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 40,820.0 40,820.0

    40,820.0Total Reserves 40,820.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.12Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-090

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital forecast;

    - NW Jackson-Bonacord Street- NW Jackson-Hemlock Street- NW Jackson-Parkview Drive

    Project Name & Description

    North-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased sewer size and quantity is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-090

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.12

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description North-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 90.0 90.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    90.0Net Requirements 90.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 90.0 90.0

    90.0Total Reserves 90.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.13Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-105

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project upgrade will include the Charlotte Street sewer from Downie Street to Jackson Creek to 100 year capacity.

    This project follows the completion of the Jackson Creek diversion project. The upgraded pipes, in the oldest section of the City, is the best alternative given the relatively flat topography of this area.

    Project Name & Description

    Charlotte St Upgrades - SE Jackson 100 year pipe

    Commitments Made

    The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007.

    Report USEC14-006 entitled Flood Reduction Watershed EA Capital Projects Update adopted by Council on April 7, 2014 prioritized the watershed capital projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    An increase in future operating budgets due to increased sewer size and quantity is anticipated.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-105

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.13

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Charlotte St Upgrades - SE Jackson 100 yr pipe

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,400.0 700.0 700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,400.0Net Requirements 700.0 700.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 1,400.0 700.0 700.0

    1,400.0Total Reserves 700.0 700.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Utility Services Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Flow & Rainfall Monitoring (A-110) 700.0 100.0 1,255.5 255.5 100.0 100.0 100.0 700.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 5-15.14

    IIMP-Infrastructure Information Management

    175.0 25.0 774.1 524.1 25.0 25.0 25.0 175.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 5-15.15

    CCTV Inspection of Pipes (A-230) 4,700.0 1,800.0 10,065.4 2,365.4 1,800.0 600.0 600.0 4,700.0 1,800.0 600.0 600.0 5-15.16

    Rain Event Miscellaneous Projects 350.0 50.0 500.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 350.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 5-15.17

    Disconnect Foundation Drains, Roof Leaders (C-210)

    100.0 4,477.5 4,377.5 100.0 5-15.18

    Sanitary Sewer (Relining, Renew & Repair - B-210)

    1,000.0 11,930.9 10,930.9 1,000.0 5-15.19

    29,003.4 18,453.4 1,975.0 1,975.0 7,025.0 1,975.0 775.0 775.0 7,025.0 775.0 775.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.14Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 05391

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The purpose of flow monitoring is to collect accurate, current information on the flow characteristics of the study area, and the associated rainfall intensity, total volume, rate, and duration. Information collected will be used for various applications including computer model calibration; development of area specific modeling parameters relative to design values; and inflow and infiltration identification and quantification.

    Project Name & Description

    Flow and Rainfall Monitoring (A-110)

    Commitments Made

    The Citys Flood Reduction Master Plans strategic objective.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 05391

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.14

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Flow & Rainfall Monitoring (A-110)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,255.5 255.5 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,255.5Net Requirements 255.5 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 500.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 1,023.3 223.3 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 400.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 232.2 32.2 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 100.0

    1,255.5 255.5 100.0 100.0 100.0Total Reserves 100.0 100.0 500.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.15Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 05483

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Engineering Management Information and Systems (EMIS), including hardware, software, licenses, training and maintenance, will provide a system for evaluating critical engineering issues, project prioritization, and management of the project.To support the large amounts of information compiled, EMIS will include the following activities: Engineering Information Management Gap Analysis System Architecture Data modeling Data warehousing GIS

    Project Name & Description

    IIMP-Infrastructure Information Management

    To create and manage high quality, effective and strategic information.

    Commitments Made

    Software has been purchased for Engineering and Public Works to facilitate effective data management.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Software and Peterborough Technology Services direct FRMP related labour costs are included in this item.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 05483

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.15

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description IIMP-Infrastructure Information Management

    ExpendituresContractual Services 774.1 524.1 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 125.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    774.1Net Requirements 524.1 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 125.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 259.9 134.9 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 62.5FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 412.7 287.7 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 62.5Contribution from related project 101.5 101.5

    774.1 524.1 25.0 25.0 25.0Total Reserves 25.0 25.0 125.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.16Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 06402

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Pipeline Assessment Develop a work program covering the phased inspection of storm and sanitary sewers flagged as priorities by the zoom camera inspection program Produce delivery schedule based on eight predefined work areas Video inspect sewers in accordance with NASSCO inspection standards Code inspections using PACP Defect Rating approach Index and review CCTV inspection videos and PACP Defect Coding files Evaluate structural and service deficiencies to establish performance ratings Identify rehabilitation and maintenance requirements that are required to address deficiencies Prioritize follow-up requirements based on condition and strategic importanceInformation Management Develop data repository to hold inspection reports, and rehabilitation and maintenance work records Create interface forms facilitating query and search of stored data Link database records to ArcGIS to facilitate spatial display of query results

    Project Name & Description

    CCTV Inspection of Pipes (A-230)

    Inspect and evaluate storm and sanitary sewer infrastructure, identify rehabilitation and maintenance requirements based on data collected, and create a searchable repository for inspection and recommendation records.

    Commitments Made

    The initial inspection was conducted as part of the ODRAP infrastructure claim.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The sanitary sewer system is now on a six year cycle of regular inspections. Problem areas are identified during inspections. Based on these CCTV inspections, a remedial plan to address the problem in the sanitary sewer system was developed and implemented.

    - 320 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 06402

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.16

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description CCTV Inspection of Pipes (A-230)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 10,065.4 2,365.4 1,800.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 3,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    10,065.4Net Requirements 2,365.4 1,800.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 3,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 7,615.0 815.0 1,800.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 3,000.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 2,450.4 1,550.4 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 500.0

    10,065.4 2,365.4 1,800.0 600.0 600.0Total Reserves 600.0 600.0 3,500.0

    - 321 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.17Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-077

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Investigations outside the watershed EAs will continue to identify other areas that have shown a propensity to flood during moderate to heavy rain events. Council may be requested to provide funds or direction to allow implementation of solutions as they materialize.

    Fixes for areas such as these do not necessarily carry a high price tag in comparison to the individual watershed EAs. The Citys Purchasing By-law would then direct the approval process based on the price estimate.

    Project Name & Description

    Rain Event Miscellaneous Projects

    Commitments Made

    The Flood Reduction Master Plan Progress Report and Review of March 15, 2012 Storm Event, Report USEC12-012, on May 28, 2012.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-077

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.17

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Rain Event Miscellaneous Projects

    ExpendituresContractual Services 500.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    500.0Net Requirements 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 250.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 500.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 250.0

    500.0 50.0 50.0 50.0Total Reserves 50.0 50.0 250.0

    - 323 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.18Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 06411

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Detailed Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment, completed in 2011, will assist in prioritizing specific areas of concern.

    During rainfall events, flows within the sanitary sewer system have been recognized at six or more times water consumption. Excess flow within the sanitary sewer system causes problems, and places an unnecessary load on the treatment plant. Individual downspouts and parking lot drains can account much greater flows than those produced by a typical household. The disconnection of downspouts and parking lot drains from the sanitary sewer system will remove a significant source of unwanted flow from the sanitary sewer system. This will lessen the load on the treatment plant. However, identification and rerouting of connected downspouts and parking lot drains will require a sustained effort.

    Sustained implementation of this program will continue to reduce unwanted flows in the sanitary sewer system.

    Project Name & Description

    Disconnect Foundation Drains, Roof Leaders, Storm Related Infrastructure (C-210)

    To develop a phased disconnection program that provides a well-planned approach to reducing damages from basement backups and sanitary sewer overflows while preventing excessive expenditures and enabling timely implementation.

    Commitments Made

    Report USEC12-001, March 5, 2012, discussed reducing extraneous flows into the Citys sanitary sewer system. Foundation drains and roof leaders are significant contributors to these extraneous flows. Through this report, a process has been implemented that will work toward reducing extraneous flows from all sources.

    Report USEC-006, April 20, 2015, recommended that a new program called the Flood Reduction Subsidy Program as described in Appendix C of this report be introduced to replace the existing Backflow Prevention and Foundation Drain Disconnection Subsidy Program . This new subsidy program extends the use of funding beyond the previous backflow prevention and sump pump installation.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The reduction of extraneous flows will have a positive effect on the operating costs of the Waste Water Treatment Plant.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 06411

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.18

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Disconnect Foundation Drains, Roof Leaders (C-210)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,477.5 4,377.5 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,477.5Net Requirements 4,377.5 100.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 4,477.5 4,377.5 100.0

    4,477.5 4,377.5Total Reserves 100.0

    - 325 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 5-15.19Utility Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 07384

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This initiative will lead to a reduction in storm and rainwater infiltration into the sanitary sewer system. This will result in a reduction in the unnecessary treatment of storm water at the Waste Water Treatment Plant, restore some capacity into the existing sanitary sewer system to support current and future development, and reduce the frequency of sewer back ups.

    The program also includes the structural relining of pipes which rehabilitates degraded pipes and extends their useful life.

    This program follows the recommendations of the Flood Reduction Master Plan as detailed under B-210.

    The studies that lead to these projects include: Smoke and Dye Testing Sanitary System Survey Soils and Groundwater Investigation Closed Circuit Television Inspection of Sanitary Sewers Rainfall Data

    Project Name & Description

    Sanitary Sewer Projects (Relining, Renew and Repair - B-210)

    B-210 Sanitary Sewer Projects (Relining and Repair etc.)Based on the findings of the various studies carried out from 2004 to present, sanitary sewers throughout the City require major work such as relining, repairing or replacement. This is a multi-year program.

    As well, high water table areas in the city have been identified. In selected areas, it may be necessary to install a dedicated storm water pipe to move foundation water and sump pump water away from private properties and away from public sidewalks and roads, thus removing the flow from the sanitary system.

    Commitments Made

    There are no commitments made at this time. As CCTV inspections are completed, projects are identified that are funded from this account. Also, continued monitoring of potentially excessively wet areas will lead to specific projects.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 07384

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 5-15.19

    Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

    Utility Services

    Project Description Sanitary Sewer (Relining, Renew & Repair - B-210)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 11,930.9 10,930.9 1,000.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    11,930.9Net Requirements 10,930.9 1,000.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 11,930.9 10,930.9 1,000.0

    11,930.9 10,930.9Total Reserves 1,000.0

    - 327 -

  • - 328 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Summary

    3,710.0 10.0 70.0 322.9 12,552.0 2,609.1 402.9 1,830.0 4,000.0 3,640.0 392.9 1,775.0 3,990.0 Recreation 6-1

    310.0 200.0 110.0 200.0 110.0 Museum 6-3

    2,563.4 77.4 250.0 8.6 5,111.8 414.0 17,373.7 3,529.9 5,861.8 4,859.8 558.8 2,563.4 5,611.8 3,859.8 558.8 Library 6-4

    16,050.0 16,900.0 100.0 750.0 12,050.0 100.0 750.0 Art Gallery 6-5

    21,600.0 184.0 35,261.0 533.0 184.0 1,844.0 11,100.0 17,600.0 184.0 1,844.0 8,100.0 Arenas 6-6

    384.0 675.8 247.5 384.0 44.3 384.0 44.3 Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre6-9

    500.0 2,570.0 2,070.0 500.0 500.0 Social Services 6-10

    85,642.4 260.0 8,989.5 7,332.7 7,072.7 262.6 43,923.4 77.4 5,934.7 798.0 8,878.1 16,518.8 35,853.4 7,823.1 13,508.8Total

    - 329 -

  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Summary

    475.0 60.0 1,687.1 817.1 60.0 80.0 255.0 475.0 60.0 80.0 255.0 Arts Culture and Heritage6-2

    50.0 50.0 50.0 Museum 6-3

    100.0 50.0 150.0 50.0 100.0 50.0 Library 6-4

    45.0 205.8 354.8 250.8 104.0 250.8 104.0 Arenas 6-6

    875.0 300.0 2,800.0 1,225.0 300.0 225.0 175.0 875.0 300.0 225.0 175.0 Administration 6-8

    42.5 207.5 600.0 350.0 250.0 207.5 Social Services 6-10

    5,641.8 42.5 2,392.1 910.8 868.3 565.8 1,500.0 45.0 257.5 409.0 430.0 1,500.0 409.0 430.0Total

    - 330 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Recreation

    Beavermead Park Implementation 322.9 2,049.9 327.0 322.9 900.0 500.0 322.9 900.0 500.0 6-1.01

    Park Signage & Bench Program 70.0 10.0 129.2 29.2 10.0 10.0 10.0 70.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 6-1.02

    Community Assistance 490.0 10.0 60.0 913.2 213.2 70.0 70.0 70.0 420.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 6-1.03

    Little Lake Master Plan Implementation 3,000.0 7,789.7 989.7 600.0 3,200.0 3,000.0 600.0 3,200.0 6-1.04

    Parkland Development Assist 450.0 225.0 225.0 180.0 6-1.05

    Skateboard Park Repair Program 150.0 200.0 25.0 25.0 150.0 25.0 6-1.06

    Peterborough Marina - Dock Expansion Program

    1,020.0 800.0 220.0 220.0 6-1.07

    12,552.0 10.0 2,609.1 402.9 392.9 70.0 3,710.0 322.9 1,830.0 4,000.0 3,640.0 1,775.0 3,990.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12769

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Resources identified in 2016 include: Council approved the recommendations of Report USEC15-019, dated August 31, 2015 to pre-commit $322,900 to the 2016 budget towards the work to improve accessibility features, and correct drainage issues and provide services (water and electric) to the 25 central area campsites.

    The architectural design development drawing, detailed design, tendering, and construction for the washroom building will be budgeted for in 2017, at an estimated cost of $900,000.

    The work to complete the entry pavilion, which includes detailed design, tendering, and construction will be budgeted for in 2018, at an estimated cost of $500,000

    Accessibility Considerations

    All facilities will be constructed to meet the AODA guidelines.

    Project Name & Description

    Beavermead Campground Park Implementation

    This budget requests funds to address the recommendations of the Contracted Operator (ORCA) and the Beavermead Campground Cost-Benefit Analysis.

    Commitments Made

    The Little Lake Master Plan (LLMP), completed in 2010, recommended a user and cost benefit analysis of the functions and lands used for camping at Beavermead Park. A user and cost benefit analysis was undertaken in 2011 to determine if additional investment should be made in Beavermead Campground. Council received the staff report CSD12-001 on the cost benefit analysis.

    At present, there is a need to upgrade facilities at the park to become more competitive in the camping business. Council has entered into a 5 year agreement (with the option to renew for an additional 5 years) with Otonabee Region Conservation Authority to operate the campground. A condition of that agreement is that certain improvements to land and amenities at the campground are provided by the City, to ensure the physical space at the campground is conducive to a viable campground operation.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Ongoing maintenance and eventual replacement of facilities will be required. - 332 -

  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12769

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.01

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Beavermead Park Implementation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,049.9 327.0 322.9 900.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,049.9Net Requirements 327.0 322.9 900.0 500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,102.9 200.0 322.9 580.0

    1,102.9 200.0 322.9 580.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Parks 750.0 320.0 430.0

    750.0 320.0 430.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesContribution from related project 27.0 27.0

    27.0 27.0Total Reserves

    170.0 100.0 70.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13610

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    VISION 2010 Recreation Strategy Plan recommended an investment in municipal parks through signage and benches. A resident survey indicated that many residents were not aware of the name of their neighbourhood park. Others complained that the City does not sign parks and when they contain a sports field, they are difficult to find without proper signage.The respondents of the resident survey also reported that they would visit their park more often and/or spend more time in the park if there were shady places to sit for periodic rest.The Arenas, Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee will select locations based upon highest need, which is determined by the elements contained in the park.Since there were adequate surplus funds in this account from pre-approved budgets to undertake appropriate projects in 2014, the division did not request a contribution in 2014 and 2015. However, the request is reintroduced for 2016.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The park signs and benches will be in compliance with the AODA guidelines.

    Project Name & Description

    Park Signage and Bench ProgramThe resources for this program will finance appropriate signage, benches and shade trees in some of the Citys 100+ parks and green spaces.

    Commitments Made

    The Arenas Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (APRAC) and VISION 2010 Recreation Strategy Plan identified this project as an initiative that enhances park use by providing shady places to rest in our parks. Way finding of municipal park locations has been problematic in the past with parks that have no signage. APRAC has approved staffs recommendation to focus on the park signage portion of this initiative at this time.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    As signs and benches age, maintenance and replacement costs will be realized.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13610

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.02

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Park Signage & Bench Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 129.2 29.2 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    129.2Net Requirements 29.2 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 19.2 19.2

    19.2 19.2Total Reserves

    110.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0Capital Levy 10.0 10.0 50.0

    - 335 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14612

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2016 Community Assistance Budget recommends a funding level of $70,000 for municipal park projects developed cooperatively with neighbourhood associations, service clubs, and/or corporate donations. This fund will also enhance an ongoing partnership with Peterborough Community Church Softball to renovate childrens softball fields in the city for league and community play.

    The 2016 allocation will be considered by the Arenas, Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee for specific projects, depending upon the completion of their neighbourhood fundraising drives. Staff has identified an annual gross expenditure of $70,000. Since each project is expected to typically generate approximately 15% from other funding sources, the annual net capital levy requirement is $60,000, over the ten-year capital forecast.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All park amenities must be in compliance with the requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

    Project Name & Description

    Community Assistance: provides partnership support for co-operative programs with voluntary community agencies. Community Assistance also provides leverage to enable community groups to improve municipal parks or school playgrounds that serve a community need at a relatively low cost for the City of Peterborough.

    Commitments Made

    The Arenas, Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee reviews and prioritizes projects annually for funding. Partnerships with neighbourhood or community associations, school councils, sport groups, service clubs, and/or corporate sponsorships generate a minimum of 15% in additional resources to enhance the funding provided by the municipality. By providing funding in a cooperatively financed method, the City is able to develop new recreational services and/or install or upgrade existing playgrounds with equipment in a more efficient, cost effective, and timely fashion.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Replacing aged playground equipment with new equipment reduces the need for ongoing maintenance annually.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14612

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.03

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Community Assistance

    ExpendituresContractual Services 913.2 213.2 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 350.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueDonations 100.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 50.0

    100.0 10.0 10.0 10.0Total Direct Revenue 10.0 10.0 50.0

    813.2Net Requirements 213.2 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 300.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 143.2 143.2

    143.2 143.2Total Reserves

    670.0 70.0 60.0 60.0 60.0Capital Levy 60.0 60.0 300.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.04Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 10760

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Little Lake Master Plan (LLMP) recommends a number of priority projects for implementation in the next five years.From the LLMP report, staff recommend the following initiatives for the 2014 2023 years capital budget to advance the LLMP: Phase 2 of work to stabilize the east shoreline that runs along Beavermead Park that has seen erosion from boat traffic travelling along the Otonabee River. Del Crary Park Plan Detailed design and tendering of Del Crary Park, Anderson Stage, and Peterborough Marina expansion in 2017. It is essential to have the project shovel ready to position for infrastructure funding at the provincial and federal level. Del Crary Park Construction - In 2018-2019, resources are recommended to complete construction on the park, stage and Marina building, which would commence in September 2018 and conclude in June 2019. As indicated, staff will seek other funding from senior levels of government.Future years will see additional investment in the areas around Little Lake to stabilize shorelines and ensure access to the water.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All facilities will be constructed to meet the AODA guidelines.

    Project Name & Description

    Little Lake Master Plan Implementation

    The resources identified in this project will finance the implementation of the recommendations of the Little Lake Master Plan.

    Commitments Made

    The Little Lake Master Plan was a comprehensive study of the waterfront, Otonabee River, and Little Lake from the bridge on Hunter Street to the bridge on Lansdowne Street. The study assessed current conditions, activity, uses and opportunities to develop a comprehensive plan for the Little Lake study area. It provides a guiding plan for the City of Peterborough for the next 20 years. Council officially received the plan as a result of Report CSD10-003, dated March 15, 2010.The 2009-2018 Development Charges Study identified the Marina and Del Crary Park Design Plan as a growth-related capital program.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 10760

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.04

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Little Lake Master Plan Implementation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 7,789.7 989.7 600.0 3,200.0 2,000.0 250.0 750.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    7,789.7Net Requirements 989.7 600.0 3,200.0 2,000.0 250.0 750.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    DCRF Parks 1,560.0 960.0 600.0Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,835.0 195.0 2,240.0 1,400.0

    5,395.0 195.0 3,200.0Total Debenture Financing 2,000.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Gen Gov 90.0 90.0DCRF Parks 205.0 25.0 180.0

    295.0 115.0 180.0Total Development Charges

    ReservesMarina Reserve 30.0 30.0Contribution from related project 69.7 69.7

    99.7 99.7Total Reserves

    2,000.0 580.0 420.0Capital Levy 250.0 750.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.05Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13613

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Traditionally, developers are required to prepare dedicated parkland to a base level only (grading, leveling, top soiling, seeding), leaving the City responsible for developing the new parks in subdivisions several years after residents have moved in. This imposes a considerable demand on the Community Assistance capital budget, which is intended to support upgrades to existing parkland, rather than establishing amenities within new subdivision parkland.

    Since there was no uptake in 2013, 2014, or 2015, there are funds to support projects in 2016, without a 2016 allocation.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All park amenities will be constructed in accordance with the requirements of the Accessible Built Environment Standards, under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

    Project Name & Description

    Parkland Development AssistanceParkland Development Assistance is a five-year pilot program, that began in 2013. The program provides developers the opportunity to design and completely construct park sites within their subdivisions to be ready for public use upon first occupancies, within any given phase of development. The effectiveness of the Parkland Development Assistance program will be determined over the next five years, with recommendations on the programs future being made at the next Development Charge update.

    Commitments Made

    Between 2013 and 2017 the following five new park developments are anticipated, at a cost of $1,125,000:Two parks in the Mason Homes Subdivision (Chemong Road); Two parks in the Peterborough Homes Subdivision (Parkhill Road W.); Relocation of existing play structure in Willow Creek Subdivision.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Presently, the City is collecting Development Charges (DCs) for two projects that are not proceeding as envisioned, resulting in a DC surplus of approximately $738,000. Under this proposed program, developers will contribute 20% of the total per park cost, a maximum of $50,000 per park will be funded through the capital levy, and the balance from the DC surplus. This will support the costs for features over and above the traditional base level park development requirements. - 340 -

  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13613

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.05

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Parkland Development Assist

    ExpendituresContractual Services 450.0 225.0 225.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueDeveloper Contributions 1 90.0 45.0 45.0

    90.0 45.0 45.0Total Direct Revenue

    360.0Net Requirements 180.0 180.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Parks 302.0 140.0 162.0

    302.0 140.0 162.0Total Development Charges

    58.0 40.0 18.0Capital Levy

    - 341 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.06Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14521

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The skateboard park remains one of the most visited physical resources for youth in Peterborough. Use of the Park remains strong. Periodic investment means that the Park will not fall into disrepair and can be enjoyed by future generations.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Repairs, modifications, or additions will be completed in compliance with the requirements of the AODA.

    Project Name & Description

    Skateboard Park Repair Program

    Commitments Made

    As a risk management measure, improving the skateboard facilities will minimize the risk of injuries among youth using the facility.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    By allocating funds through the capital budget to repair the skateboard park, fewer funds are required to be included in the operating budget for annual repairs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14521

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.06

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Skateboard Park Repair Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 200.0 25.0 25.0 150.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    200.0Net Requirements 25.0 25.0 150.0

    To Be Financed From:

    200.0 25.0 25.0Capital Levy 150.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-1.07Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 08632

    Recreation - Recreation

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The LLMP recommended expansion of the Marina on the east shoreline to accommodate growth. An expansion program is recommended for the Peterborough Marina in 2018. The Marina has undergone a number of changes in the last five years, and demand for boating slips has increased. Expanding to the east shoreline is the best location because:

    - Water depth ranges from 19-22 feet, which eliminates concerns about silting and high levels of suspended material in the water and will be able to accommodate larger vessels with the need for greater draft.

    - This location has an excellent view of Little Lake, Del Crary Park and the surrounding urban fabric.

    - It has the best possible visibility from the Trent Severn Waterway route between Locks 19 and 20, to capture boater traffic.

    - Compared to the current Marina, this location is a little further from the noise from George Street, which has been a concern of boaters in the past.

    The 2018 expansion proposes to create 32 boat slips for larger vessels. The feasibility of this expansion will be assessed as part of the Del Crary Park Master Plan process.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All facilities will be constructed to meet AODA guidelines.

    Project Name & Description

    Peterborough Marina - Dock Expansion Program

    Commitments Made

    As part of a review of marina facilities in 2005, the Del Crary Park Functional Analysis in 2007 and the Little Lake Master Plan 2010 (LLMP), it was determined the Marina Docks have reached their maximum life cycle and required replacement. The City replaced docks A, B, and C, and rehabilitated D between 2008 and 2012.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    New docks will require ongoing maintenance and eventual replacement.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 08632

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-1.07

    Recreation - Recreation

    Community Services

    Project Description Peterborough Marina - Dock Expansion Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,020.0 800.0 220.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,020.0Net Requirements 800.0 220.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 280.0 280.0

    280.0 280.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Parks 198.0 198.0

    198.0 198.0Total Development Charges

    542.0 520.0 22.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Arts Culture and Heritage

    Municipal Culture Plan 60.0 436.9 376.9 60.0 60.0 6-2.01

    Public Art 400.0 930.2 370.2 80.0 80.0 400.0 80.0 80.0 6-2.02

    Heritage Conservation District 75.0 220.0 70.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 6-2.03

    Heritage Neighbourhood Study 100.0 100.0 100.0 6-2.04

    1,687.1 817.1 60.0 60.0 60.0 475.0 80.0 255.0 475.0 80.0 255.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-2.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12746

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The MCP was adopted by Council in April 2012. Throughout 2013 and 2014 staff worked to achieve substantial completion on a number of signature objectives. In 2016, staff will continue to implement the plan and collaborate with staff from other divisions on the MCP objectives and recommendations.

    In 2016, the capital budget includes a request for $60,000.Key initiatives for 2016 include: Providing ongoing support to EC3, the Electric City Culture Council; Continue to build the cultural assets layer on Citys mapping system Assisting departments across the Corporation to undertake MCP related projects where the Arts, Culture and Heritage Division can create corporate and community partnerships and leverage funding.

    Project Name & Description

    Municipal Cultural Plan (MCP)

    Commitments Made

    2013 - $50,000 as matching funding to a Ministry grant of $65,000 to support implementation of the MCP including: funding support for a Cultural Planner; and a study to create the Citys first Heritage Conservation District.2014 - $125,000 continued the initial plan implementation including: support for the Cultural Planner position and financial support to the Electric City Culture Council.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The Municipal Cultural Plan has a ten year planning horizon. Staff has reviewed the consultants recommendations and prioritized them for implementation over the life of the plan. The Arts Culture and Heritage Division will seek to complete projects as funding and staffing permits while seeking an annual commitment to achieve these goals.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12746

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-2.01

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    Project Description Municipal Culture Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 436.9 376.9 60.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 17.5 17.5

    17.5 17.5Total Direct Revenue

    419.4Net Requirements 359.4 60.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 175.0 175.0Contribution from related project 34.4 34.4

    209.4 209.4Total Reserves

    210.0 150.0 60.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-2.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12745

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2015, a Public Art Steering Committee was established as a subcommittee of the Arts Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee.

    2015 projects include: initiation of an on-going annual graffiti public art installation located under two archways of the Hunter Street Bridge, the two archways will be staggered on a two-year shelf life; each year, one would be re-done. The first archway will be completed in the fall of 2015; approval of the Downtown Business Improvement Public Art Mural Project as a 2015 priority project; development of a detailed proposal for a City Hall Mural Project.

    Projects in 2016 will include: the second archway of the Hunter Street Bridge Archways project will be completed; four additional locations for Public Art Mural projects will be identified and a second Mural project will be completed. With a total of five Mural Project locations the art work could be refreshed on a five-year cycle; the City Hall Staircase Mural project will be completed;The Public Art Steering Committee has also identified and approved a Public Art component for the Library Renovation Project which is scheduled for completion in 2017.

    Project Name & Description

    Public Art: Many Canadian municipalities incorporate art into the infrastructure of their communities through an annual contribution based on a percentage of the municipalitys capital investment. Projects may include: commissioning public art along bicycle paths; requiring art as an integral part of new buildings and urban development; using street furniture and fixtures such as sewer covers and hydrants as unique surfaces for art; and, incorporating artistic designs in new sidewalks that reflect or engage the community.

    In 2015, the Mayor identified Public Art as a component in the streetscape improvements for the Downtown.

    Commitments Made

    Through Report CSACH09-007 on April 6, 2009, Council approved the recommendation to provide 1% of the annual capital levy for the City's annual capital budget process to fund Public Art. The projected contribution for 2017 is $80,000.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    1% of the annual capital levy

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12745

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-2.02

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    Project Description Public Art

    ExpendituresContractual Services 930.2 370.2 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 240.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    930.2Net Requirements 370.2 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 240.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 80.0 80.0Contribution from related project 210.2 210.2

    290.2 290.2Total Reserves

    640.0 80.0 80.0 80.0Capital Levy 80.0 80.0 240.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-2.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14740

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Ontario Heritage Act allows municipalities to protect groups of historic properties and landscape features through the creation of Heritage Conservation Districts (HCD). Peterborough has several historic neighbourhoods as well as the downtown core that would benefit from designation as an HCD.

    The Municipal Cultural Plan identifies the protection of natural and built heritage in the City through the creation of HCDs as a signature objective.HCDs are created in two phases:1. The study of an identified area which includes: historic research architecture and streetscape design analysis identification of appropriate district boundaries2. The preparation of a plan to manage the area with guidelines for protecting heritage features.

    In 2015, consultants completed the Citys first HCD in the Avenues Neighbourhood. Based on public consultation undertaken at the beginning of that project, there are numerous other neighbourhoods whose residents would like their areas to be protected as HCDs. In 2016, staff is proposing to undertake a review of historic areas of the City and prioritize them for consideration as HCDs in future years. Beginning in 2018, an annual allocation of $75,000 is proposed to undertake a two year cycle of creating studies and plans for the identified heritage areas.

    Project Name & Description

    Heritage Conservation District (HCD)

    Commitments Made

    In 2013, Council approved $60,000 to undertake a Conservation District Study in the Avenues neighbourhood. The Province provided $25,000. In 2014, $40,000 was allocated to complete the District Plan.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Pending the successful outcome of the Citys first conservation district process, staff will seek opportunities to designate other historic areas of the City.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14740

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-2.03

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    Project Description Heritage Conservation District

    ExpendituresContractual Services 220.0 70.0 75.0 75.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    220.0Net Requirements 70.0 75.0 75.0

    To Be Financed From:

    220.0 70.0 75.0Capital Levy 75.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-2.04Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-130

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Peterborough is a city with many distinct neighbourhoods that have developed into rich historic areas worthy of preservation. An emerging best practice in North America is the creation of Heritage Neighbourhood Studies to assist the municipality in identifying and cataloging neighbourhoods and their significant cultural values. These studies help identify the best tools, such as heritage conservation districts, heritage landscape designation or heritage zoning, for protecting heritage resources efficiently and cost-effectively.

    The study process is a mechanism that integrates historic resource conservation into the broader urban planning framework. The study includes extensive research, mapping, community consultation, and analysis. In order to efficiently determine how to proceed with future heritage planning in Peterborough, staff is recommending the completion of a Heritage Neighbourhood Study.

    Funds for the study are being requested in 2018.

    Project Name & Description

    Heritage Neighbourhood Study: to develop an inventory of distinct heritage neighbourhood and landscapes across the City

    A Heritage Neighbourhood Study is a model for historic resource surveys that addresses long-term strategic issues in planning for the preservation of heritage assets city wide. The study prioritizes neighbourhoods for detailed conservation planning and defines what the proper mechanism for preservation is in each case.

    Commitments Made

    In 2014 and 2015, Council approved a total of $70,000 to complete the heritage district plan for the Avenues and Neighbourhood.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    With a completed inventory of specific heritage neighbourhoods and landscapes, staff will make capital allocation requests for the completion of heritage district plans on a regular basis as funding permits.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-130

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-2.04

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Arts Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    Project Description Heritage Neighbourhood Study

    ExpendituresContractual Services 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    100.0Net Requirements 100.0

    To Be Financed From:

    100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Museum

    Museum Watermain 200.0 200.0 200.0 6-3.01

    Main Office Renovations 110.0 110.0 110.0 6-3.02

    310.0 200.0 110.0 200.0 110.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-3.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-110

    Museum - Museum

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2014, the Museum's watermain was identified for replacement and possible relocation, from the east side to the west side of Museum Drive.

    The watermain from Hunter Street East to the Museum (Museum Drive), required repair during cold weather for several consecutive years. A watermain breakage entails reduced road access, closed facilities, road repairs and negatively impacts the fire suppression systems.

    Currently, there is no designated pedestrian access to Ashburnham Memorial Park, including the Museum site. The road work associated with replacing the watermain is an opportune time to demarcate a pedestrian route. Museum Drive is a popular Park access road and also serves as overflow parking for local schools and the Lift Lock. A clear pedestrian approach would facilitate safe and increased access.

    The projected is scheduled for 2017. $50,000 is available as the balance remaining from the Museum Development Project, in the Museum Renovation Reserve. The Project will require a further financial commitment of $150,000.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Safe pedestrian access for Ashburnham Memorial Park and Museum patrons, including students, Heritage Pavilion rentals, volunteers and staff.

    Project Name & Description

    Museum - Watermain Replacement

    Commitments Made

    The Museum Development Project (2014) identified the replacement of the Museum's existing watermain as a priority.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduction in annual operating costs. Watermain breaks and associated site closures have a significant impact on annual operating budgets, programming and services.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-110

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-3.01

    Museum - Museum

    Community Services

    Project Description Museum Watermain

    ExpendituresContractual Services 200.0 200.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    200.0Net Requirements 200.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Museum Renovation Reserve 50.0 50.0

    50.0 50.0Total Reserves

    150.0 150.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-3.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-112

    Museum - Museum

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The main office (approximately 1,000 square feet) is the primary work space for paid (and unpaid) workers at the Museum. The uses exceed capacity: 10 work stations, office supply and gift shop inventory storage, mail room and meeting room. The main office opens to the Museum reception area/lobby and is visible to the public.

    The main office served as critical "swing space" during the 2010 and 2014 renovation/construction projects, and so remains the only space requiring updates. A re-design and re-allocation of work space will improve the Museum's public face as well as present best practices.

    The project is scheduled for 2018. $45,000 will be available in the Museum Renovation Reserve. It is anticipated that the Main Office Renovations will require a further financial commitment of $65,000.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The main office flooring and layout cannot currently accommodate mobility aids.

    Project Name & Description

    Main Office Renovations

    Commitments Made

    The Main Office HVAC system was replaced in 2014 and the transom windows are scheduled for replacement in 2015. A design has been completed by Lett Architects Inc. (2014) to address existing challenges: layout, flooring, lighting, exposed HVAC plumbing and wiring, access, wall treatment and furniture.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The Main Office Renovation will provide operating cost savings through more efficient lighting systems and general upkeep.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-112

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-3.02

    Museum - Museum

    Community Services

    Project Description Main Office Renovations

    ExpendituresContractual Services 110.0 110.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    110.0Net Requirements 110.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Museum Renovation Reserve 45.0 45.0

    45.0 45.0Total Reserves

    65.0 65.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Museum

    Museum - Strategic Plan 50.0 50.0 50.0 6-3.03

    50.0 50.0 50.0 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-3.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-111

    Museum - Museum

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2012, the Museum & Archives Advisory Committee approved five (5) Accommodation Objectives, to ensure the Peterborough Museum & Archives (Museum) realizes its mandate and continues to develop as a community resource. Given the new facilities achieved through the Museum Development Project, the Museum is poised for community input and revitalization.

    The planned redevelopment of the Canadian Canoe Museum on Parks Canada property, within walking distance of the Peterborough Museum & Archives, may also present new opportunities.

    The Museum's Strategic Plan will align with the Municipal Cultural Plan as well as Vision 2025: A Strategic Plan for Recreation Parks and Culture.

    It is anticipated that the Museum Strategic Plan will require a financial commitment of $50,000.

    Project Name & Description

    Museum Strategic Plan

    Commitments Made

    A Strategic Plan for the Peterborough Museum & Archives (Museum), 2020 to 2025 will serve as a guide to the ongoing successful delivery of heritage services.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Community consultation to explore opportunities that will enhance Museum services contributes to the ongoing realization of the Museum's mandate to collect, preserve and present heritage.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-111

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-3.03

    Museum - Museum

    Community Services

    Project Description Museum - Strategic Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 50.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    50.0Net Requirements 50.0

    To Be Financed From:

    50.0Capital Levy 50.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Library

    Peterborough Public Library System Improvements

    1,513.0 10.0 2,305.8 723.8 10.0 10.0 49.0 1,513.0 10.0 10.0 49.0 6-4.01

    Library Renovations and Expansion 250.0 5,111.8 12,026.8 2,315.0 5,361.8 4,350.0 5,111.8 3,350.0 6-4.02

    Collections Acquisition 1,050.4 77.4 8.6 404.0 3,041.1 491.1 490.0 499.8 509.8 1,050.4 490.0 499.8 509.8 6-4.03

    17,373.7 250.0 3,529.9 5,861.8 5,611.8 8.6 2,563.4 77.4 5,111.8 414.0 4,859.8 558.8 2,563.4 3,859.8 558.8Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-4.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 08736

    Library - Library

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The most recent release of SirsiDynix software - Symphony was implemented in December 2009. Symphony consists of two major components. The first is the library management system that supports the day-to-day operations of the library. The modules in this component are circulation, cataloging and borrower record management. The second component is the public interface to library resources.

    A third component in any upgrade is maintenance of the software. By pre-purchasing maintenance, the Library can save annual inflationary increases. When broken down, the Symphony modules represent 27% of the cost and the maintenance represents the other 73%.

    After consulting with the Library, PTS decided to purchase an additional three years of maintenance for the hardware, as PTS feels its lifespan can be increased to 2018. Server costs have been dropping in the last few years, so no increase is anticipated at this time.

    In 2016, the Library will need to replace the hardware and purchase new software. Maintenance increases annually by 5% per year.

    Accessibility Considerations

    No accessibility considerations with hardware replacement for the Integrated Library System. Plans for replacing the system in 2016 will use accessibility as one of the criteria to judge replacement systems.

    Project Name & Description

    Peterborough Public Library System Improvements

    The Integrated Library Systems (ILS) is central to the operations of the Library. It is comprised of a database of users and materials and software modules that are used for cataloging, circulation of materials and search function for users to find library materials.

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Due to the rapid changes in technology, the Library plans for the life cycle of its automated system to be six years for software and three years for hardware. The operating budget includes an annual transfer to a reserve to purchase replacement systems on a three to six year cycle. On an annual basis the Library spends $10,000 replacing faulty hardware, upgrades software and updates programming for the network and routers.

    Hardware Upgrade costs - $ 39,000 every three yearsSoftware costs - $260,000 every six years (includes six years of maintenance)

    To prepare and plan for system improvements, the Library places $69,703 in reserve annually. The Library will purchase a three year contract with SirsiDynix (SD), then evaluate the ILS system.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 08736

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-4.01

    Library - Library

    Community Services

    Project Description Peterborough Public Library System Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,305.8 723.8 10.0 10.0 49.0 10.0 10.0 388.0 1,105.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,305.8Net Requirements 723.8 10.0 10.0 49.0 10.0 10.0 388.0 1,105.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Library System Upgrade Reserve 2,305.8 723.8 10.0 10.0 49.0 10.0 10.0 388.0 1,105.0

    2,305.8 723.8 10.0 10.0 49.0Total Reserves 10.0 10.0 388.0 1,105.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-4.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 11739

    Library - Library

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Renovations will see foundation waterproofing, slab repairs, hazardous waste removal, HVAC updates, roofing replacement and internal reorganization. Expansion will improve core library services. An application to the Canada 150 Grant Program for a $1,000,000 grant is reflected in the budget for existing facility upgrades and improvements to aged building systems.

    Phases of the project includes the following:2012-2014 (Phase 1) - $785,000 Feasibility Study and Design Development 2015 (Phase 2) - $1,500,000 Detailed design drawings, specifications and project tendering2016 - 2017 (Phase 3) .1 $1,000,000 - Library relocation (extending over a 14 month period) .2 $6,563,800 - Construction and contract administration including humidity remediation .3 $2,178,000 Construction, contract administration and mechanical system commissioning

    Total Project Value: $12,026,800

    Accessibility Considerations

    The Space Needs Study used accessibility as one of the criteria for analyzing the existing space and identifying additional space needs. Plans for future needs will comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

    Project Name & Description

    Library Renovations and Expansion

    Commitments Made

    The Library Space Needs Study, completed in 2013, provided the context for a refresh and expansion of the Main Branch. In 2015, Council approved the conceptual design and authorized preparation of detailed design and tendering (Report CSD15-012, June 1, 2015). The project includes: $5.8 million in renovations and upgrades; $1 million in foundation waterproofing and slab repairs; and other upgrades to infrastructure and building systems to extend the building's life. The balance of the 2016 capital budget will expand the facility by 9,300 square feet (net).

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The renovations and expansion program will see the renewal of the Library Main Branch that would meet the requirements of the LEED certified level. This will reduce impact to the environment and optimize energy performance. Operating costs and maintenance efficiency will be achieved.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 11739

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-4.02

    Library - Library

    Community Services

    Project Description Library Renovations and Expansion

    ExpendituresContractual Services 12,026.8 2,315.0 5,361.8 4,350.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Canada Grant 1,000.0 1,000.0Donations 250.0 250.0

    1,250.0 250.0 1,000.0Total Direct Revenue

    10,776.8Net Requirements 2,315.0 5,111.8 3,350.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,313.5 1,022.4 2,963.5 2,327.6DCRF Library 3,170.7 2,148.3 1,022.4

    9,484.2 1,022.4 5,111.8 3,350.0Total Debenture Financing

    Development ChargesDCRF Gen Gov 45.0 45.0DCRF Library 1,103.1 1,103.1

    1,148.1 1,148.1Total Development Charges

    ReservesLibrary Surplus Reserve 40.0 40.0FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 30.0 30.0

    70.0 70.0Total Reserves

    74.5 74.5Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-4.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15734

    Library - Library

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Libraries and their collections have changed dramatically over the past years. Libraries continue to offer print materials, but have modified the collection to include digital and e-resources. The Province continues to subsidize certain electronic subscriptions. Although the demand for digital resources is strong, it is not at the expense of print materials. As new formats are introduced the Library has to broaden the number of material types. This, combined with the demographics of Peterborough make it necessary to purchase popular titles in a variety of formats, including print, large print, e-books, downloadable audio books, cd-books and MP3 formats. DVDs continue to be high-demand items in the collection. As well, the library must always renew the collection as items become dated, wear out, are lost or simply lose their appeal. Beyond acquiring all the desired formats the Library must also meet the challenge to provide appropriate and accessible shelving for them.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The Library acquires materials in a variety of formats such as print, audio and digital, where available, to meet varying accessibility needs.

    Project Name & Description

    Collections Acquisition

    The Library provides a wide variety of materials, both for research and recreation, in a variety of formats for Peterborough residents to use and borrow. These include print, large print, CD-books, MP3 books, DVDs, periodicals, music CDs, electronic databases, e-books and downloadable e-books, music and movies.

    Commitments Made

    Collection development is an annual on-going activity.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Due to space constraints, the library maintains a zero-growth practice for the physical collection. For every item purchased, an equivalent one is withdrawn. The downloadable collections and electronic resources provide a means to expand the collection. Circulation statistics show a marked increase and demonstrate a growing use of the collection.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15734

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-4.03

    Library - Library

    Community Services

    Project Description Collections Acquisition

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,041.1 491.1 490.0 499.8 509.8 520.0 530.4 3,041.1

    Total Direct Revenue

    3,041.1Net Requirements 491.1 490.0 499.8 509.8 520.0 530.4

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Library 480.2 77.4 77.4 78.9 80.5 82.1 83.8

    480.2 77.4 77.4 78.9 80.5Total Development Charges 82.1 83.8

    ReservesMaterials Acquisition Reserve 2,507.5 405.1 404.0 412.1 420.3 428.7 437.3

    2,507.5 405.1 404.0 412.1 420.3Total Reserves 428.7 437.3

    53.4 8.6 8.6 8.8 8.9Capital Levy 9.1 9.3

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Library

    Library Strategic Plan 100.0 50.0 150.0 50.0 100.0 50.0 6-4.04

    150.0 50.0 50.0 100.0 50.0 100.0 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-4.04Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-008

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Library

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Several factors have highlighted the need for a library Strategic Plan for the years 2016-2021. These are:

    Libraries have changed dramatically in recent years. The most notable changes are the availability of digital resources; the change in the formats of materials; the emphasis on the library as a community hub; and, the idea of the library as being a place to do things rather than get things.

    The Renovation of the Main Branch will expand library services to the public, and this requires direction.

    The Librarys current Strategic Plan expired at the end of 2013 but will be extended through 2015. With so many changes on the horizon it is prudent that the library refresh its Strategic Plan during the inaugural year of the new Council. There are many programs and services that the library could implement, but staff would like to focus the resources, financial and human, on services and initiatives that are responsive to the needs of the community and that fit into complementary and overarching City plans. A Strategic Plan will provide this direction.

    The cost of the Strategic Plan in 2016 will be $50,000.

    Project Name & Description

    Library Strategic Plan

    Commitments Made

    Since first adopted by the Board in December 1998, strategic planning has played an important role in library operations. The library strategic plan is ultimately a statement of how the library will use its financial, physical and personnel resources in sustainable ways to achieve its mission.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The Library will hire a consultant to prepare a strategic plan to guide the ongoing development of programs, services and opportunities. This plan will be responsive to the needs of the community and will identify how the library will place itself both in the context of City services and the context of the larger library world.

    The Strategic Plan will act as a guide to develop future work plans and operating and capital budgets for Council approval for 2016 through to 2021.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-008

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-4.04

    Culture & Heritage Div Mgmt - Library

    Community Services

    Project Description Library Strategic Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    150.0Net Requirements 50.0 50.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Library Surplus Reserve 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

    150.0 50.0Total Reserves 50.0 50.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Art Gallery

    Art Gallery of Peterborough (AGP) Facility

    16,050.0 16,900.0 100.0 750.0 12,050.0 100.0 750.0 6-5.01

    16,900.0 16,050.0 100.0 750.0 12,050.0 100.0 750.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-5.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-106

    Art Gallery of Peterborough - Art Gallery

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Lundholm Feasibility Study recommended a future redevelopment of the Art Gallery of Peterborough which would see additional space for public events, rental opportunities, education activities, gallery shop and exhibitions as well as, collection storage and work area.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The project will meet all AODA requirements.

    Project Name & Description

    Art Gallery of Peterborough (AGP) Facility

    Commitments Made

    A report recommending a redevelopment of the Art Gallery of Peterborough was presented to Committee of the Whole September 22, 2014 and received by Council in Report CSACH14-008.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-106

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-5.01

    Art Gallery of Peterborough - Art Gallery

    Community Services

    Project Description Art Gallery of Peterborough (AGP) Facility

    ExpendituresContractual Services 16,900.0 100.0 750.0 4,000.0 12,050.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRecoveries 4,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0

    4,000.0Total Direct Revenue 2,000.0 2,000.0

    12,900.0Net Requirements 100.0 750.0 2,000.0 10,050.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 12,800.0 750.0 2,000.0 10,050.0

    12,800.0 750.0Total Debenture Financing 2,000.0 10,050.0

    100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Arenas

    Equipment Replacement - Arenas 4.0 16.0 8.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 6-6.01

    Facility Upgrade-Memorial Centre

    130.0 130.0 130.0 130.0 6-6.02

    Facility Upgrade - Arenas 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 6-6.03

    New Arena Facility 20,500.0 33,500.0 500.0 1,500.0 11,000.0 16,500.0 1,500.0 8,000.0 6-6.04

    Equipment Replacement - Memorial Centre

    40.0 40.0 40.0 6-6.05

    Purchase Ice Resurfacers - All Arenas

    1,100.0 1,400.0 300.0 1,100.0 300.0 6-6.06

    Evinrude Banquet Hall Expansion 125.0 25.0 100.0 100.0 6-6.07

    35,261.0 533.0 184.0 184.0 184.0 21,600.0 1,844.0 11,100.0 17,600.0 1,844.0 8,100.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13690

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Items identified to date include the following:

    2016 - Barcode Scanner Replacement Program (2 of 8 units) $4,000

    2017 - Barcode Scanner Replacement Program (2 of 8 units) $4,000

    Project Name & Description

    Equipment Replacement - Arenas

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Capital replacements will allow equipment to operate at peak performance, minimizing breakdowns and necessity of repair.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13690

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.01

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Equipment Replacement - Arenas

    ExpendituresContractual Services 16.0 8.0 4.0 4.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    16.0Net Requirements 8.0 4.0 4.0

    To Be Financed From:

    16.0 8.0 4.0 4.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-009

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    2016 Partitions and Finishes1. $30,000 Club Lounge Flooring Replacement 2016 Machinery and Equipment1. $25,000 Video Scoreboard Winch/Cable Support System Replacement 2. $40,000 Walk In Fridge/Freezer Replacement 3. $35,000 Pizza Oven - 4 Deck

    Project Name & Description

    Facility Upgrade-Memorial Centre

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-009

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.02

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Facility Upgrade-Memorial Centre

    ExpendituresContractual Services 130.0 130.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    130.0Net Requirements 130.0

    To Be Financed From:

    130.0 130.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-020

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    2016 Partitions and Finishes1. $15,000 Evinrude - Dressing Room Bench Replacement - Completion 2016 Machinery and Equipment1. $15,000 KN - Sound System Upgrade - PCCHL Pad 2016 Exterior Enclosures1. $20,000 PMC, EV, KN Access Control Card Entry System - 8 Doors Total

    Project Name & Description

    Facility Upgrades - Arenas

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance costs.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-020

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.03

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Facility Upgrade - Arenas

    ExpendituresContractual Services 50.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    50.0Net Requirements 50.0

    To Be Financed From:

    50.0 50.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.04Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15692

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Capital resources for this project are essential in order to plan, develop and construct a replacement facility for Northcrest Arena. Given the updated capital cost in Report CSD15-021, this project has been shifted out by one year:

    Year Value Description 2015 $ 500,000 Phase I Feasibility Study, Schematic Design, and Costing Study 2017 $ 1,500,000 Phase II Detailed Design and Tendering 2018 $11,000,000 Phase III - Construction and Contract Administration 2019 $20,500,000 Phase III (cont'd) - Construction, Contract Administration, and Commissioning

    This project is eligible for development charges that address community growth needs however, the balance of funding must be secured through a tax supported debenture, infrastructure funding, sponsorships and user contributions over 20 years. There are no eligible infrastructure funding programs available currently; however, Staff anticipates an infrastructure funding program may be announced in 2016-2017 that would assist to finance this initiative. The amount of senior government funding is uncertain, but the arena project must be considered "shovel-ready" when funding opportunities become available. Resources identified in 2017 will prepare the project to be considered for infrastructure funding.

    Accessibility Considerations

    The new facility will meet the 2015 AODA Built Environment requirements for accessibility.

    Project Name & Description

    New Arena Facility

    Commitments Made

    As a result of Report CSDAD13-001, dated June 24, 2013, Council approved the installation of a sand-based ice surfacing solution to extend the life of Northcrest Arena until a replacement arena could be planned, constructed and commissioned. This was a temporary solution to maintain ice for community users. Other elements of the Northcrest building are aged and staff have taken a limited repair approach on this facility until a new arena complex is constructed. Council recently approved Report CSD15-021 to undertake the design phase for the replacement facility for a new arena/community centre on land provided to the City by Trent University.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    A replacement facility for Northcrest Arena is recommended to contain a twin pad facility, team training centre, indoor track, multipurpose rooms, commercial space and leased office space built to a LEED Certified standard. A new twin pad facility will operate more efficiently and will see a lower municipal cost investment than the existing Northcrest Arena due to economies of scale, energy efficiencies and new revenue potential.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15692

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.04

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description New Arena Facility

    ExpendituresContractual Services 33,500.0 500.0 1,500.0 11,000.0 20,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 6,000.0 2,000.0 4,000.0Community Sponsors 1,000.0 1,000.0

    7,000.0 3,000.0Total Direct Revenue 4,000.0

    26,500.0Net Requirements 500.0 1,500.0 8,000.0 16,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 10,094.0 2,100.0 7,994.0Deb Rev - User Charges 2,000.0 2,000.0DCRF Parks 12,156.0 750.0 5,400.0 6,006.0

    24,250.0 750.0 7,500.0Total Debenture Financing 16,000.0

    Development ChargesDCRF Recreation 219.0 219.0

    219.0 219.0Total Development Charges

    2,031.0 281.0 750.0 500.0Capital Levy 500.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.05Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-021

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Capital replacement of the lift truck is required to minimize chances of breakdown as the existing machine is aging and becoming undependable. A dependable lift truck is required for installation and removal of the lacrosse carpet and for set-up and tear-down of special events and concerts.

    Items identified to date include the following:

    2017- Lift Truck (replacement of 2008 machine) $40,000

    Project Name & Description

    Equipment Replacement - Memorial Centre

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-021

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.05

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Equipment Replacement - Memorial Centre

    ExpendituresContractual Services 40.0 40.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    40.0Net Requirements 40.0

    To Be Financed From:

    40.0 40.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.06Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-024

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    To establish a systematic approach to replace ice resurfacers on a regular basis. This plan has been laid out to ensure reliable ice resurfacing is carried out to maintain good quality ice, good quality air in the arena, and avoid service disruptions. The estimated replacement schedule is as follows:

    The estimated life of an ice resurfacers is approximately 4,000 hours.

    Arena Annual Usage Last Replaced 2017 - Evinrude 1,000 hours 2012 2017 - Kinsmen 750 hours 2011 2017 - Memorial Centre 550 hours 2012 2019 - Northcrest/Replacement 400 hours 2009

    Project Name & Description

    Purchase Ice Resurfacers - All Arenas

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduce maintenance and repair costs

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-024

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.06

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Purchase Ice Resurfacers - All Arenas

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,400.0 300.0 100.0 400.0 600.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    1,400.0Net Requirements 300.0 100.0 400.0 600.0

    To Be Financed From:

    1,400.0 300.0Capital Levy 100.0 400.0 600.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.07Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14641

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project will explore the expansion of services of the Evinrude Banquet Hall Kitchen.

    Phase 1 - Design Development Study approved in 2014 - $25,000Phase 2 - Evinrude Kitchen Renovation to take place in 2016 - $100,000

    Project Name & Description

    Evinrude Banquet Hall Kitchen Expansion

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14641

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.07

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Evinrude Banquet Hall Expansion

    ExpendituresContractual Services 125.0 25.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    125.0Net Requirements 25.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 125.0 25.0 100.0

    125.0 25.0 100.0Total Debenture Financing

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Arenas

    Comprehensive Refrigeration Compressor Program

    100.8 204.8 100.8 104.0 100.8 104.0 6-6.08

    Business Evaluation - OHL/Major Event Facility Study

    45.0 105.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 6-6.09

    354.8 250.8 250.8 205.8 45.0 104.0 104.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.08Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-026

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Comprehensive Refrigeration Compressor Program for 2016Memorial Centre $28,100Evinrude Centre $33,200Kinsmen Arena $24,500Northcrest Arena $15,000 Total $100,800

    Comprehensive Refrigeration Compressor Program for 2017Memorial Centre $28,950Evinrude Centre $34,200Kinsmen Arena $25,300Northcrest Arena $15,500 Total $103,950

    Project Name & Description

    Comprehensive Refrigeration Compressor Program

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Comprehensive program is inclusive of all required annual repairs including start-up and shut-down of plant operations. Currently Cimco Refrigeration is the contractor holding a five-year agreement to expire after 2016. A new Request for Proposals will be issued for future years.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-026

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.08

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Comprehensive Refrigeration Compressor Program

    ExpendituresContractual Services 204.8 100.8 104.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    204.8Net Requirements 100.8 104.0

    To Be Financed From:

    204.8 100.8 104.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-6.09Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-028

    Arenas - Arenas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Major Event Facility Study 2016 $150,000

    Functional Analysis hiring a consultant to perform a study surrounding the requirements of an OHL Facility. This project will also explore the future of the Memorial Centre.

    Project Name & Description

    Business Evaluation -OHL/ Major Event Facility Study

    Commitments Made

    Report CSD10-004 dated April 20, 2015 approved by City Council stated the Major Event/ OHL Facility Study, scheduled for 2018 in the Development Charges Background Study, be moved up to 2016 and that no further initiation of the Morrow Park Master Plan be undertaken until the Major Event Facility Study is complete and presented to Council.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-028

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-6.09

    Arenas - Arenas

    Community Services

    Project Description Business Evaluation - OHL/Major Event Facility Study

    ExpendituresContractual Services 150.0 150.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    150.0Net Requirements 150.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Gen Gov 45.0 45.0

    45.0 45.0Total Development Charges

    105.0 105.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Administration

    Sustainability Projects 875.0 125.0 2,350.0 1,100.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 875.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 6-8.01

    Canadian Canoe Museum Reinvention/Relocation

    100.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 6-8.02

    Canada's 150th Anniversary Celebrations

    25.0 100.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 25.0 50.0 6-8.03

    County Jail Park 50.0 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 6-8.04

    2,800.0 1,225.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 875.0 225.0 175.0 875.0 225.0 175.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-8.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12720

    Admin - Administration

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    A capital budget of $125,000 has been established as project start up funding or to leverage external grants or funding needed to implement the Sustainable Peterborough Plan. Project funding may be used as follows:

    Sustainable Projects 2016

    $40,000 - Sustainable Peterborough Plan 4-year review and refresh$55,000 - Climate Change Action Plan implementation $30,000 - Energy and Water Conservation Projects

    Cost recovery on projects or coverage of administrative expenses would be advantageous to offset the cost of any project. External funding opportunities will be actively pursued.

    A Sustainability Reserve Fund has been created using a rebates, incentives and unspent funds remaining in the Sustainability Operating budget. The Reserve will be used to leverage future sustainability projects.

    Staff time and resources will be offset through operating expenses.

    Project Name & Description

    Sustainability Projects

    This capital project will be used as start up funding, enhanced funding, or as leverage to secure external funds to initiate sustainable projects in 2016.

    Commitments Made

    The annual outcome reporting tool for the Federal Gas Tax requires that each municipality over the life of their Municipal Funding Agreement, demonstrate their commitment to sustainability through the creation of a Community Sustainability Plan and the validation of its recommendations.

    With the adoption of By-law 12-049, City Council committed to championing sustainability in our daily operations and leading our community through the implementation of the priority actions outlined in the Sustainable Peterborough Plan.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Although sustainable projects may require greater initial investment, based on the life cycle analysis, the payback period and associated reduction in operating costs will easily offset this initial investment. External funding is often sought and required to secure full funding for capital projects. Working towards greater sustainability will reduce annual operating and maintenance costs while conserving resources. Pilot may include renovations, retrofits, or testing technology to document effectiveness and payback. - 406 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12720

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-8.01

    Admin - Administration

    Community Services

    Project Description Sustainability Projects

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,350.0 1,100.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 625.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 150.0 150.0

    150.0 150.0Total Direct Revenue

    2,200.0Net Requirements 950.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 625.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Waste Water Reserve Fund 140.0 140.0

    140.0 140.0Total Reserves

    2,060.0 810.0 125.0 125.0 125.0Capital Levy 125.0 125.0 625.0

    - 407 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-8.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 15750

    Admin - Administration

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Transition Funding: To plan for a major construction project of this scale, the Canoe Museum will require additional staff resources and consulting resources, totaling $270,000 in 2015 and $200,000 in 2016. The Canoe Museum has applied for Trillium funding for this phase. Staff recommend a City contribution of $100,000 in both years.

    Capital Project Funding: The Canoe Museum proposes the construction of a 70,000 square foot purpose-built museum at the Peterborough Lift Lock at an estimated cost of $40 million. Project success is predicated on: -City and County support; -a significant national fund-raising campaign; and -provincial and federal infrastructure funding.

    With the Trent Severn Waterway partnership at the Lift Lock, this project should be viewed as a high priority for the Countrys 150th anniversary celebrations in 2017. To leverage federal and provincial support, the City must be the first one in. It should be prepared to provide direct and indirect support through future budget deliberations.

    There have been numerous precedents for this level of community development including: Trent DNA Cluster ($2 million); the new YMCA ($3 million); YWCA Crossroads ($0.75 million); Trents refurbished Athletics Complex ($1 million); Flemings Skilled Trades Centre ($1 million); and Mount St. Josephs Hospice ($3 million over 20 years).

    Project Name & Description

    Canadian Canoe Museum Reinvention/Relocation

    Commitments Made

    In 2013, the City tried to acquire the Commercial Press property as a possible home for the Canoe Museum in support of its aspirations. The museum is currently a Municipal Capital Facility and receives an annual service grant of $103,428.In support of a presentation by the Canoe Museum Board and Staff (Report CSD14-017, dated June 23, 2014), Council referred the matter of the funding request to staff for a subsequent report for consideration as part of the 2015 budget deliberations.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Staff anticipate that the level of transitional funding provided could be added to the Citys annual Service Grant contribution to Canoe Museum operations. This level of support will be critical since no on-going federal operation support is anticipated and the level of provincial support through the Community Museum Operating grant is not expected to change.

    - 408 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15750

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-8.02

    Admin - Administration

    Community Services

    Project Description Canadian Canoe Museum Reinvention/Relocation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 200.0 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    200.0Net Requirements 100.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:

    200.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy

    - 409 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-8.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 15753

    Admin - Administration

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Committee will be responsible for promoting, planning, organizing, and securing additional funding for a range of community-based events, culminating in local Canada Day Celebrations to mark this special occasion. Additional funding in the amount of $25,000 was secured in 2015 to help secure headline entertainment for Peterborough Music Fest's 2017 Canada Day event.

    Project Name & Description

    Canada's 150th Anniversary Celebrations

    Commitments Made

    As a result of Report CSD15-013, dated June 1st, 2015, Council approved the formation and mandate of the proposed committee. They approved a $25,000 contribution from the Capital Levy Reserve and were advised of additional potential contributions in support of the Committee's activities in the amount of $25,000 in 2016, and $50,000 in 2017.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    There should be no additional budgetary effects beyond the proposed 2016 and 2017 contributions, relating specifically to this project.

    - 410 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15753

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-8.03

    Admin - Administration

    Community Services

    Project Description Canada's 150th Anniversary Celebrations

    ExpendituresContractual Services 100.0 25.0 25.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    100.0Net Requirements 25.0 25.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Reserves & Reserve Funds 25.0 25.0Capital Levy Reserve

    25.0 25.0Total Reserves

    75.0 25.0 50.0Capital Levy

    - 411 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-8.04Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-132

    Admin - Administration

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The County has engaged Lett Architects for the high level design. That work has been completed. The overall project envisions: demolition of most of the existing jail building, while maintaining remnants of exterior walls and interior knee walls of the cell area; removal of several small outbuildings and concrete caps in the courtyard area; reducing the height of the perimeter courtyard wall to create a .6m high parapet around the perimeter; installing walkways, landscaping, and trees to form the parkland; and installing appropriate interpretive elements throughout. This will create an excellent vantage point overlooking the Otonabee River to the south and could be an interesting performance venue/programmed space.

    Project Name & Description

    County Jail Park

    Peterborough County has developed a park concept that would see the partial demolition of County's historic jail building and courtyard wall and the creation of an urban interpretive park. They have suggested this as a potential joint project between the City and County in celebration of the Nation's 150th anniversary in 2017, with a City contribution of $150,000 of the projected $600,000 total cost.

    Commitments Made

    The County has requested a financial contribution of $150,000 to be paid out in three installments in 2016, 2017, and 2018. The County has initiated this project in anticipation of the local heritage community advocating for the preservation of the jail building and courtyard. While not designated under the Heritage Act, the courtyard is a registered archaeological site and an unapproved cemetery. This prohibits any development on the site that would result in any excavation or new construction activity.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The County has also asked that the current agreement with the City that provides grounds maintenance of Victoria Park be extended to the proposed new Peterborough County Jail Park.

    - 412 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-132

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-8.04

    Admin - Administration

    Community Services

    Project Description County Jail Park

    ExpendituresContractual Services 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    150.0Net Requirements 50.0 50.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:

    150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0Capital Levy

    - 413 -

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    PSWC - HVAC & BAS Upgrades 302.5 550.0 247.5 302.5 302.5 6-9.01

    PSWC Fitness Equipment 81.5 81.5 81.5 81.5 6-9.02

    Cardio Spin Bike Replacements 44.3 44.3 44.3 6-9.03

    675.8 247.5 384.0 384.0 384.0 44.3 44.3Total

    - 415 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-9.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15618

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The 2015 Capital budget identified two projects: Lighting and Pool Filter Upgrades. Both of these projects will be deferred to future budget years. However, the funds from those initial projects will be added to this project to install a new BAS System and upgrade and modify the entire HVAC system to make the facility fully functional and meet the needs of the increased users of the facility.

    Project Name & Description

    PSWC - HVAC and BAS Upgrades

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15618

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-9.01

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Community Services

    Project Description PSWC - HVAC & BAS Upgrades

    ExpendituresContractual Services 550.0 247.5 302.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    550.0Net Requirements 247.5 302.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    PSWC Capital Reserve 550.0 247.5 302.5

    550.0 247.5 302.5Total Reserves

    - 417 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-9.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-121

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The following fitness equipment will be purchased in 2016:

    1. 2 Step Mills $6,075.00 each. Total = $12,150.002. 4 Upright bikes $3,050.00 each. Total = $12,200.003. 4 Recumbent bikes $3,450.00 each. Total $13,800.004. 1 Strength Equipment Rope Trainers $4,900.005. Replace metal Plates to Rubberized Plates $4,500.006. Replaces Benches $6,000.007. Replace Cardio Theatre Sound System in Fitness Centre (50 pieces of Cardio) $10,000.008. Replace Brass Floor Receptacles in Fitness Centre (30 Pieces) $15,000.00

    Project Name & Description

    PSWC Fitness Equipment

    Commitments Made

    Replacement equipment is funded through the Reserve.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduce repairs and maintenance costs and downtime to the customer. Items at the end of their Life cycle

    - 418 -

  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-121

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-9.02

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Community Services

    Project Description PSWC Fitness Equipment

    ExpendituresContractual Services 81.5 81.5

    Total Direct Revenue

    81.5Net Requirements 81.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    PSWC Equipment Reserve 81.5 81.5

    81.5 81.5Total Reserves

    - 419 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-9.03Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-103

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Replace 25 Spin Bikes and computers that are beyond their life cycle and are experiencing increased maintenance costs and down time.

    Project Name & Description

    Cardio Spin Bike Replacements

    Commitments Made

    $40,000 is contributed annually to Equipment Reserve through the operating budget. Costs are equally shared with Fleming College.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Reduce on-going maintenance costs due to the age of the bikes and reduce down time to the customer.

    - 420 -

  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-103

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-9.03

    Recreation - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Community Services

    Project Description Cardio Spin Bike Replacements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 44.3 44.3

    Total Direct Revenue

    44.3Net Requirements 44.3

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    PSWC Equipment Reserve 44.3 44.3

    44.3 44.3Total Reserves

    - 421 -

  • - 422 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Social Services

    Leaseholds & Furniture 500.0 2,570.0 2,070.0 500.0 500.0 6-10.01

    2,570.0 2,070.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 Total

    - 423 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-10.01Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14590

    Ontario Works - Social Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The project includes the re-design of the first and second floor of the Charlotte and Simcoe Street buildings. The design includes layout changes for the reception area, including moving reception to the first floor, adding some additional workstations on the second floor, and opening up part of the Simcoe Street first floor for a staff meeting room. These changes will ensure the space on these floors meets the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) standards and will improve client service flow and will result in the most efficient use of the existing space possible. The project budget also includes furniture replacement for staff and client use to maximize the space and meet ergonomic and accessibility requirements. Phase 2 will take place in 2016 and includes some minor renovations to the third and fourth floors, including improvement of lighting, wall and floor coverings.

    Accessibility Considerations

    Improvements in accessibility are a high priority of the leasehold improvements.

    Project Name & Description

    Social Services Office Leasehold Improvements and Furniture Replacement

    Commitments Made

    In August 2015, the renovation and supply and installation of new office furniture for Social Services was awarded. Work began in September 2015 (see Administrative Staff Committee reports CPPS15-031 Award of RFT T-21-15 for Social Services Renovation and CPPS15-032 Award of RFT T-58-15 for the Supply and Installation of New Office Furniture for the Social Services Renovation).

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The repayment of the loan from the Social Assistance reserve is reflected in the occupancy cost of the OW administration budget and as such is cost shared between the Province, City and County.

    - 424 -

  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14590

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-10.01

    Ontario Works - Social Services

    Community Services

    Project Description Leaseholds & Furniture

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,570.0 2,070.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,570.0Net Requirements 2,070.0 500.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Owner's Share 1,900.0 1,900.0Loan from Reserve 670.0 170.0 500.0

    2,570.0 2,070.0 500.0Total Debenture Financing

    - 425 -

  • - 426 -

  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Community Services Social Services

    Brock Street Mission - Revitalization & Supportive Housing

    42.5 207.5 600.0 350.0 250.0 207.5 6-10.02

    600.0 42.5 350.0 250.0 207.5 207.5 Total

    - 427 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 6-10.02Community Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 14591

    Ontario Works - Social Services

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Brock Mission is undergoing changes that will allow for the provision of emergency shelter program for men as well as a supportive housing program for men similar to the supportive housing program for women at Cameron House. The estimated cost of the project is between $5 and $6 million dollars.The initial building design will provide for 30 shelter beds and 15 single room occupancy style bedrooms. The project will require rezoning to include longer term residence to the current use of the building as an emergency shelter. Through PLHD15-002, Council has conditionally approved $1.5 million of the Investing in Affordable Housing dollars be allocated to Brock Mission men's shelter for the addition of single room occupancy rental units for men. $500,000 is proposed as the Social Services contribution towards the cost of the shelter improvements. This is proposed to be cost shared between the City and County using the caseload split of 83/17 with the City share of $415,000 to come from the Social Services Division General Assistance Reserve in two installments of $207,500 each in 2015 and 2016. Any capital funding not used in 2015 will carry over for use in 2016. The remaining cost of the building will be the responsibility of Brock Mission through financing and a capital campaign.

    Project Name & Description

    Brock Street Mission Revitalization and Supportive Housing

    Commitments Made

    The Housing and Homeless plan was approved by Council in November 2013. Commitment 18 in the Plan outlines the need to improve the physical space and services for homeless men. A feasibility study was completed in 2015 outlining deficiencies that must be addressed, including the current building does not meet accessibility codes, all mechanical and electrical systems must be replaced, upgrades to hydro and water systems are required, the building is not fire-separated between occupancies and the building envelope is in poor condition (walls, roof, windows).Through the architectural review it has been determined that a tear down and rebuild of the building on the current site would be the most cost effective way to improve the facility and address accessibility issues.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    - 428 -

  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14591

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 6-10.02

    Ontario Works - Social Services

    Community Services

    Project Description Brock Street Mission - Revitalization & Supportive Housing

    ExpendituresContractual Services 600.0 350.0 250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 93.5 51.0 42.5

    93.5 51.0 42.5Total Direct Revenue

    506.5Net Requirements 299.0 207.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Social Housing - DOOR Funding 50.0 50.0Social Services Reserve 456.5 249.0 207.5

    506.5 299.0 207.5Total Reserves

    - 429 -

  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Summary

    8,400.0 500.0 625.0 500.0 670.0 22,203.0 5,275.5 2,295.0 3,957.5 2,275.0 8,400.0 1,795.0 3,957.5 2,275.0 Planning 7-1

    5,758.6 7,358.6 500.0 600.0 500.0 5,118.6 600.0 180.0 Growth Areas 7-2

    3,000.0 1,500.0 6,120.0 920.0 4,500.0 700.0 1,500.0 700.0 Industrial Parks 7-3

    5,875.0 67.5 57.5 6,775.0 525.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 2,702.5 57.5 57.5 57.5 Housing 7-4

    1,575.0 500.0 225.0 2,050.0 7,561.8 2,761.8 2,775.0 225.0 225.0 1,575.0 2,275.0 225.0 225.0 Airport 7-5

    635.0 685.0 50.0 635.0 50.0 Geomatics/Mapping 7-6

    50,703.4 4,067.5 9,982.3 9,695.0 5,627.5 907.5 22,243.6 2,000.0 2,720.0 5,657.5 3,125.0 18,431.1 5,590.0 2,737.5Total

    - 430 -

  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Summary

    600.0 300.0 2,400.0 900.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 Planning 7-1

    100.0 75.0 25.0 25.0 Growth Areas 7-2

    100.0 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Industrial Parks 7-3

    7,143.0 90.0 184.0 200.0 625.0 11,986.0 1,643.0 1,099.0 1,033.0 1,068.0 4,890.0 915.0 815.0 815.0 Housing 7-4

    115.0 946.2 631.2 115.0 200.0 115.0 200.0 Airport 7-5

    555.0 10.0 730.0 105.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 555.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 Geomatics/Mapping 7-6

    16,462.2 184.0 3,354.2 1,624.0 1,440.0 725.0 8,298.0 90.0 625.0 1,668.0 1,518.0 6,045.0 1,450.0 1,265.0Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Planning

    Downtown Capital Improvements 75.0 321.1 246.1 75.0 75.0 7-1.01

    Central Area Master Plan Implementation Phase

    500.0 150.0 2,882.2 1,207.2 150.0 650.0 375.0 500.0 150.0 650.0 375.0 7-1.02

    Gateway Welcome Signage 50.0 350.0 300.0 50.0 50.0 7-1.03

    ORT - Crescent St Phase Del Crary Park to Little Lake

    500.0 300.0 2,000.0 400.0 800.0 800.0 300.0 800.0 7-1.04

    Property Acquisition and Improvements 400.0 100.0 500.0 370.0 3,092.3 1,522.3 970.0 100.0 100.0 400.0 970.0 100.0 100.0 7-1.05

    Trail Development 3,700.0 250.0 4,957.5 250.0 407.5 600.0 3,700.0 250.0 407.5 600.0 7-1.06

    Charlotte Street Renewal and Louis Street Urban Park

    3,800.0 8,600.0 1,600.0 2,000.0 1,200.0 3,800.0 2,000.0 1,200.0 7-1.07

    22,203.0 500.0 5,275.5 2,295.0 1,795.0 625.0 8,400.0 500.0 670.0 3,957.5 2,275.0 8,400.0 3,957.5 2,275.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-1.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 05804

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    An ongoing allocation of funds is necessary to complete renewal of old infrastructure in the Central Area.

    In 2016, it is anticipated that streetscape improvements will be undertaken in conjunction with the redevelopment of 246 George Street North (former Craftworks) at the high profile intersection of George Street North/Sherbrooke Street/Water Street. Planned improvements include new curb and gutter across the Sherbrooke Street and Water Street frontages, new concrete sidewalk with brick pavers, conduit and concrete bases for future ornamental street lighting and the relocation of the overhead electrical service to underground. The anticipated costs of the improvements is $75,000.

    Project Name & Description

    Downtown Capital Improvements

    Commitments Made

    The Downtown Capital Improvement Program has been in place since 1989 and has contributed in a significant way to the health and vibrancy of the Central Area. Traditionally, the Program has complemented the investment of the private sector in the downtown core. The development industry has an expectation that, following substantial redevelopment of private properties, the public streetscape would be refreshed by decorative sidewalks, lighting and furnishings in accordance with Downtown Streetscape standards.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 05804

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.01

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Downtown Capital Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 321.1 246.1 75.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    321.1Net Requirements 246.1 75.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 11.1 11.1

    11.1 11.1Total Reserves

    310.0 235.0 75.0Capital Levy

    - 435 -

  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-1.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 10791

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Previously funded strategies include:2009 - CAMP #11 and #12 - $50,0002010 - CAMP #2, #3, #5 and #16 - $340,0002011 - CAMP #3 and #12 (not started) - $55,0002012 - CAMP #1 and CAMP #21 - $200,000 2013 - CAMP #5 Louis Street Urban Park Urban Design - $100,0002014 - CAMP #5 - $200,000 plus $150,000 pre-approved, #10 - $75,000

    2015a) CAMP #3 Detailed Design: Gateways - $100,000 b) CAMP #10 Annual maintenance and safety fund - $100,000

    2016 Requesta) CAMP #10 - Annual maintenance and safety fund - $50,000b) CAMP #17 - The priority functions of the Downtown include Major Office and Institutional Uses. This project will provide $100,000 seed funding per year for the next three years to establish an Entrepreneur Centre in the downtown

    The capital forecast of $650,000 in 2017 and following years represents an ongoing funding requirement.

    Project Name & Description

    Central Area Master Plan Implementation Phase

    Commitments Made

    The Official Plan directs that the City pursue a comprehensive program of downtown enhancement. The Central Area Master Plan (CAMP) affirms this public policy objective.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 10791

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.02

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Central Area Master Plan Implementation Phase

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,882.2 1,207.2 150.0 650.0 375.0 250.0 250.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,882.2Net Requirements 1,207.2 150.0 650.0 375.0 250.0 250.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 375.0 375.0Contribution from related project 477.2 477.2

    852.2 852.2Total Reserves

    2,030.0 355.0 150.0 650.0 375.0Capital Levy 250.0 250.0

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.03Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12773

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Parkway exit at Highway 115 is considered the premier gateway to the city. It is the location of the Visitor Information Centre serving the region and has, in recent years, transitioned from being a relatively understated light industrial area to a focus of employment and commercial growth.

    The Gateway Welcome Signage project is intended to celebrate the arrival to Peterborough with a high quality landscape feature and Welcome signage. Subject to ORCA approvals, the preferred location is at the Parkway / Crawford Drive intersection in lieu of the travel information kiosk. Supplementary signage would be placed at the 115 exit ramps to The Parkway. Signage would also reinforce the location of the Visitor Information Centre.

    Detailed design was completed in 2014 and was approved by Council in 2015. The 2016 request of $50,000 is to complete this main installation and the 2017 forecast of $50,000 will complete the secondary installations.

    It is intended that the initial installation would also establish design standards that could be applied to smaller installations at other city gateways.

    Project Name & Description

    Gateway Welcome Signage

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12773

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.03

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Gateway Welcome Signage

    ExpendituresContractual Services 350.0 300.0 50.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    350.0Net Requirements 300.0 50.0

    To Be Financed From:

    350.0 300.0 50.0Capital Levy

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.04Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12811

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The first step of this project was the completion of a detailed topographic survey and geotechnical investigation completed in 2011. A Class Environmental Assessment, which included a preliminary design of the Otonabee River Trail route from Del Crary Park, along Crescent Street to Little Lake Cemetery was completed in 2015. The completion of a trail program surrounding Little Lake has been a long-standing recreation facility objective of the Citys Recreation Master Plan. The Otonabee River Trail is an integral component of the Little Lake Master Plan received by City Council in March 2010.

    $120,000 was secured in 2015 to construct a first phase of the trail through Del Crary Park, however this phase was not completed due to renovation plans at the Art Gallery and the pending completion of the detailed design and engineering. Completion of the trail through to Little Lake Cemetery will be planned in future years as funding is approved through the Budget process.

    A preliminary construction cost estimate for the continuation of the Otonabee River Trail from The Point in Del Crary Park to the Little Lake Cemetery, consistent with the Little Lake Master Plan, is $2.0 million. An application was filed under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program seeking $500,000 to support the completion of this project.

    Accessibility Considerations

    All trail development will be a minimum width of 3.0 metres meeting the City design standard for trail development to ensure full accessibility and safety.

    Project Name & Description

    Otonabee River Trail - Crescent Street Phase Del Crary Park to Little Lake Cemetery

    Commitments Made

    This project represents the completion of a Council approved public policy and capital planning priority.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12811

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.04

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description ORT - Crescent St Phase Del Crary Park to Little Lake Cemetery

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,000.0 400.0 800.0 800.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Canada Grant 500.0 500.0Donations 75.0 75.0

    575.0 75.0 500.0Total Direct Revenue

    1,425.0Net Requirements 325.0 300.0 800.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Contribution from related project 300.0 300.0Federal Gas Tax 270.0 270.0

    570.0 270.0 300.0Total Reserves

    855.0 55.0 800.0Capital Levy

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.05Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15776

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The General Property Reserve, funded through the operating budget, anticipates property purchases in the current budget year that support future capital projects and represent strategic municipal acquisitions or that implement public policy directions of the City. The General Property Reserve is also used to make improvements to municipal property, such as building demolitions, that may be required to improve value and/or minimize risk.

    For 2016, the property acquisitions project includes an allocation of $500,000 to address property acquisition opportunities in the vicinity of the expanded Peterborough Airport. Acquisitions may include property to fulfill the long-term land needs of the Airport Master Plan and the acquisition of property or easements to protect the obstacle limitation surfaces associated with the expanded runways.

    Commencing in 2015, the project also included an annual $100,000 allocation to reflect the commitment made through Report PLPD13-056 to establish a new reserve for the purchase of the Naval Association property. This will be required for approximately seven years.

    Project Name & Description

    Property Acquisition and Improvements

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15776

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.05

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Property Acquisition and Improvements

    ExpendituresContractual Services 3,092.3 1,522.3 970.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 200.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 300.0 300.0

    300.0 300.0Total Direct Revenue

    2,792.3Net Requirements 1,222.3 970.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 200.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 940.0 440.0 500.0

    940.0 440.0 500.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesProperty Reserve 891.5 521.5 370.0

    891.5 521.5 370.0Total Reserves

    960.8 260.8 100.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy 100.0 100.0 200.0

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.06Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-129

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In December 2007, City Council authorized the purchase of a surplus rail spur line between Monaghan Road and Crawford Drive from C.P. Rail. In 2008, the Crawford Trail was constructed along the purchased rail line.

    It is anticipated that the next leg of the C.P. Rail spur line between Monaghan Road and Townsend Street will become available in 2016 which would provide an extension of the Crawford Trail into the downtown core. The 2016 request of $250,000 is to purchase these lands from C.P. Rail. If successful in acquiring these lands, construction of the Crawford Trail extension could be budgeted for in 2017.

    Project Description 1 2016 Request - CP Rail spur line acquisition, Monaghan Road to Townsend Street - $250,0002. 2017 Forecast - $407,5003. 2018 Forecast - $600,000

    Project Name & Description

    Trail Development

    Commitments Made

    Council adopted the Citys Transportation Plan Update in the fall of 2011 and in doing so recognized the need for an ongoing investment in alternative forms of transportation to meet the Citys Transportation Demand Management targets. Report USTR11-006 identified an average annual contribution of $1,000,000 would be required to support ongoing on and off-road trail and bikeway development.

    Between 2011 and 2013, the priority project was the improvement of a critical section of the Trans-Canada Trail across the CPR bridge over the Otonabee River. In 2014 and and 2015, the priority trail was completion of the Trans Canada Trail from Lansdowne Street East to the east City Limit

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    As the trail network expands annual operating budgets must be increased to account for maintenance of a larger system.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-129

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.06

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Trail Development

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,957.5 250.0 407.5 600.0 600.0 600.0 2,500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    4,957.5Net Requirements 250.0 407.5 600.0 600.0 600.0 2,500.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Federal Gas Tax 4,707.5 407.5 600.0 600.0 600.0 2,500.0

    4,707.5 407.5 600.0Total Reserves 600.0 600.0 2,500.0

    250.0 250.0Capital Levy

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.07Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 12770

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The scope of the renewal project has changed since first planned as the portion of Charlotte Street from Park Street to Aylmer Street is now part of the Bethune Street Storm Sewer Project being led by Utility Services. The portion from Aylmer Street to Water Street will be coordinated with the Louis Street Urban Park and will include streetscape improvements on the east side of George Street in front of Market Hall.

    Features of the Urban Park as detailed in Report PLPD14-012 include: a large oval hard surface for multi-purpose use in the summer and an ice skating surface in the winter; multi-purpose building with a stage, change room and public washrooms; a public art display at the north end of the park; large tree plantings under which there will be passive seating areas; water geysers; and, an area for the Downtown Farmers Market. The 2017 request is to complete the first phase of construction for the Urban Park which will include the large oval surface for multi-use in the summer and the ice skating surface in the winter. 2017-18 Urban Park Phases 1 and 2 - $3.2 million2019 Charlotte Street - Aylmer Street to George Street - $2.4 million2020 Charlotte Street (George to Water), and east side of George Street - $1.4 million

    Accessibility Considerations

    Streetscape improvements and the Urban Park will adhere to the Citys access guidelines and emerging provincial standards to ensure full accessibility and safety.

    Project Name & Description

    Charlotte Street Renewal and Louis Street Urban Park

    Commitments Made

    The Master Plan defines a number of measures to promote downtown Peterboroughs role as a diverse and vibrant component of the Citys overall commercial structure. The renewal of Charlotte Street and the creation of a downtown urban park are key strategies of the approved Central Area Master Plan. The Louis Street site was selected as the preferred site for the creation of an urban park to complement the planned reconstruction of Charlotte Street and to stimulate renewal in the Downtown Core and the Charlotte Street West Business District.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12770

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.07

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Charlotte Street Renewal and Louis Street Urban Park

    ExpendituresContractual Services 8,600.0 1,600.0 2,000.0 1,200.0 2,400.0 1,400.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    8,600.0Net Requirements 1,600.0 2,000.0 1,200.0 2,400.0 1,400.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 8,500.0 1,500.0 2,000.0 1,200.0 2,400.0 1,400.0

    8,500.0 1,500.0 2,000.0 1,200.0Total Debenture Financing 2,400.0 1,400.0

    100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Planning

    Central Area CIP Implementation 600.0 300.0 2,400.0 900.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 7-1.08

    2,400.0 900.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 300.0 300.0Total

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    Budget Reference #: 7-1.08Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 13812

    Planning - Planning

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Faade Improvement, Municipal Incentive and Residential Conversion and Intensification Grant Programs are the three CIP Programs that require capital funding. Funding has been allocated to the CIP programs since 2011 as follows:

    Faade Improvement - 2011 - 2015 - $500,000Municipal Incentive - 2013 - 2015 - $300,000Residential Conversion and Intensification - 2015 - $100,000

    2016 RequestFaade Improvement - $100,000Municipal Incentive - $100,000Residential Conversion and Intensification - $100,000

    Project Name & Description

    Central Area Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Implementation

    Commitments Made

    The Official Plan directs that the City pursue a comprehensive program of downtown enhancement. The Central Area Master Plan affirms this public policy objective.

    The Central Area Master Plan was completed in May 2009, as reported to Council in Report PLPD09-026, dated May 11, 2009. The plan identified 22 strategies to promote the ongoing health and vitality of the Central Area.

    One of the strategies of the Master Plan was to adopt a Community Improvement Plan (CIP) for the Central Area. In August 2011, the Central Area CIP was approved by Council (By-law 11-115, Report PLPD11-062) establishing a suite of financial incentives to assist property owners to rehabilitate and redevelop downtown properties. The purpose of the CIP is to ensure the long term economic, social and cultural vitality of the Central Area providing financial incentives to assist in the enhancement and revitalization of the downtown area.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13812

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-1.08

    Planning - Planning

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Central Area CIP Implementation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,400.0 900.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,400.0Net Requirements 900.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 400.0 400.0

    400.0 400.0Total Reserves

    2,000.0 500.0 300.0 300.0 300.0Capital Levy 300.0 300.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Growth Areas

    Lily Lake - Centralized Stormwater Mgm't Facilities

    4,758.6 5,358.6 600.0 4,758.6 600.0 7-2.01

    Jackson (Loggerhead Marsh) Centralized Stormwater Facilities

    1,000.0 2,000.0 500.0 500.0 360.0 180.0 7-2.02

    7,358.6 500.0 5,758.6 600.0 500.0 5,118.6 600.0 180.0Total

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    Budget Reference #: 7-2.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-052

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Background Study identified the following Development Charges funding requirements for this specific Growth Area:

    Stormwater Management Facilities - $5,358,600

    It is expected that the first phases of subdivision development will proceed in the Lily Lake Growth Area in 2016 and therefore the 2017 budget allocates $600,000 towards the centralized stormwater management facilities necessary to support this development.

    Project Name & Description

    Lily Lake Growth Area - Centralized Stormwater Management Facilities

    Commitments Made

    This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development Charge contribution for the construction of centralized stormwater management facilities to support growth. Enactment of the 2012 Development Charges By-law is a City commitment to fund the construction of these facilities to accommodate growth.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-052

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-2.01

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Lily Lake - Centralized Stormwater Mgm't Facilities

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,358.6 600.0 725.0 4,033.6

    Total Direct Revenue

    5,358.6Net Requirements 600.0 725.0 4,033.6

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Lily Lake 5,358.6 600.0 725.0 4,033.6

    5,358.6 600.0Total Development Charges 725.0 4,033.6

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 7-2.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 15793

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Background Study identified the following Development Charges funding requirements for this specific Growth Area:

    $2,000,000 Stormwater Management Facilities

    Comprised of:

    $ 720,000 Development Charge Contribution $1,280,000 Developer contribution (Loggerhead Marsh Local Services Agreement)

    The next funding requirement is not needed until 2018.

    Project Name & Description

    Jackson Area (Loggerhead Marsh) Centralized Stormwater Facilities

    Commitments Made

    This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development Charge contribution for the construction of centralized stormwater management facilities to support growth. Enactment of the 2012 Development Charges By-law is a City commitment to fund the construction of these facilities to accommodate growth in this Planning Area.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15793

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-2.02

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Jackson (Loggerhead Marsh) Centralized Stormwater Facilities

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRecoveries 1,280.0 320.0 320.0 320.0 320.0

    1,280.0 320.0 320.0Total Direct Revenue 320.0 320.0

    720.0Net Requirements 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Jackson Creek 720.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0

    720.0 180.0 180.0Total Development Charges 180.0 180.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Growth Areas

    Carnegie West Growth Area Planning Studies

    100.0 75.0 25.0 25.0 7-2.03

    100.0 75.0 25.0 25.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

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    Budget Reference #: 7-2.03Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12844

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    As development proceeds in the Carnegie West Growth Area, it is anticipated that there will be the need for technical studies to support future growth and address issues related to new development projects. These studies could relate to issues such as environmental considerations, traffic impacts and/or servicing constraints and could include City-led studies or peer reviews of developer initiated studies.

    The Background Study identified the following Development Charges funding requirements for this specific Growth Area.

    Studies $ 100,000

    Project Name & Description

    Carnegie West Growth Area Planning Studies

    Commitments Made

    This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development Charge contribution to the completion of future planning studies to support growth. Enactment of the 2012 Development Charges By-law is a City commitment to fund the construction of these facilities to accommodate growth in this Planning Area.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12844

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-2.03

    Planning - Growth Areas

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Carnegie West Growth Area Planning Studies

    ExpendituresContractual Services 100.0 75.0 25.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    100.0Net Requirements 75.0 25.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Carnegie West 100.0 75.0 25.0

    100.0 75.0 25.0Total Development Charges

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Industrial Parks

    Trent Research and Innovation Park 3,000.0 1,500.0 6,120.0 920.0 4,500.0 700.0 1,500.0 700.0 7-3.01

    6,120.0 3,000.0 920.0 4,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 700.0 700.0Total

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    Budget Reference #: 7-3.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 10778

    Planning - Industrial Parks

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Trent University has reserved approximately 65 acres along the north side of Pioneer Road for the establishment of a science-based research park. Building upon the success of the DNA Cluster initiative, the new Trent Research and Innovation Park is poised to become a major focus of employment growth in the City of Peterborough. This development is to Science and Technology employment as Major Bennett Industrial Park is to Manufacturing and Transportation employment. The development of the Trent Research and Innovation Park will require ongoing municipal investment to ensure that adequate municipal services are in place to support future employment growth.

    There are two distinct components to the project. An external services program is required to bring municipal services to the site. In 2015, D.M. Wills prepared a detailed cost estimate of $4.5 million for this phase of the project. There are funding partners available to support this phase.

    The second component is an internal site servicing program to ensure a supply of serviced building lots as demand warrants. Investors will construct buildings on land secured by a long-term ground lease. Internal site servicing costs will be recovered over time through ground lease payments. An initial phase budget of $1.5 million has been established for this purpose.

    Project Name & Description

    Trent Research and Innovation Park

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 10778

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-3.01

    Planning - Industrial Parks

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Trent Research and Innovation Park

    ExpendituresContractual Services 6,120.0 920.0 4,500.0 700.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueDeveloper Contributions 1 2,000.0 2,000.0Developer Contributions 2 1,000.0 1,000.0

    3,000.0 3,000.0Total Direct Revenue

    3,120.0Net Requirements 920.0 1,500.0 700.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,200.0 1,500.0 700.0

    2,200.0 1,500.0 700.0Total Debenture Financing

    ReservesIndustrial land Reserve 250.0 250.0Provincial Surplus Reserve 120.0 120.0Waste Water Reserve Fund 460.0 460.0

    830.0 830.0Total Reserves

    90.0 90.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Industrial Parks

    Direct Foreign Investment 100.0 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 7-3.02

    300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

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    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-3.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-102

    Planning - Industrial Parks

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The City has made significant investments in serviced industrial land, the Airport and the Trent Research and Technology Park. Having established an inventory of economic development assets this project is especially targeted at direct Chinese investment in Peterborough. The funding request is over an above the core funding to Peterborough Economic Development (PED) as it represents a market that PED can not readily service due to language barriers. The project involves the retention of experts in Chinese-focused investment opportunities.

    Project Name & Description

    Direct Foreign Investment

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-102

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-3.02

    Planning - Industrial Parks

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Direct Foreign Investment

    ExpendituresContractual Services 300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    300.0Net Requirements 100.0 100.0 100.0

    To Be Financed From:

    300.0 100.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Housing

    Housing - Capital Repairs 5,050.0 67.5 57.5 5,725.0 300.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 2,323.0 57.5 57.5 57.5 7-4.01

    Building Condition Assessments (BCA) 825.0 1,050.0 225.0 379.5 7-4.02

    6,775.0 67.5 525.0 125.0 57.5 57.5 5,875.0 125.0 125.0 2,702.5 57.5 57.5Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-4.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 13880

    Planning - Housing

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The $125,000/year is a "placeholder" that deals with emergency repairs only until a strategic asset management plan can be considered by Council. This capital reserve will accumulate, with City and County contributions based on the weighted assessment sharing ratios, as long as no emergency repairs are required to be funded within the year.

    Past government initiatives, such as the 2008 Social Housing Capital Repair Fund provided the City with $0.85 million, and the 2009/2010 Social Housing Renovation and Retrofit Program (SHRRP) provided the City with $5.4 million, to help fund immediately needed repairs. These programs took the pressure off in the short term but have now ended and there are no signs of any new programs to replace them. The Investment in Affordable Housing Program (IAH) and the Extension Program (IAH-E) do not allow any money to be directed to social housing projects.

    Project Name & Description

    Housing - Capital Repairs

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    This investment in upgrading and maintaining the existing aging portfolio will help provide safe reliable housing, reduce operating costs, reduce waiting lists, and enable the City to maintain the portfolio to meet the Provinces required service level standard.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 13880

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-4.01

    Planning - Housing

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Housing - Capital Repairs

    ExpendituresContractual Services 5,725.0 300.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 150.0 150.0 875.0 3,875.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 3,090.6 161.1 67.5 67.5 67.5 81.0 81.0 472.5 2,092.5

    3,090.6 161.1 67.5 67.5 67.5Total Direct Revenue 81.0 81.0 472.5 2,092.5

    2,634.4Net Requirements 138.9 57.5 57.5 57.5 69.0 69.0 402.5 1,782.5

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Social Housing Reserve 46.3 46.3

    46.3 46.3Total Reserves

    2,588.1 92.6 57.5 57.5 57.5Capital Levy 69.0 69.0 402.5 1,782.5

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-4.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14881

    Planning - Housing

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Future portfolio wide Building Condition Assessments (BCA's) will:

    - Update existing assessments of the social housing portfolio in the City and County of Peterborough - Identify and target capital repair needs for another 25 to 30 year period - Provide the foundation for a strategic assets management plan for both the City and the housing providers through the introduction of an interactive Database.

    A BCA should be undertaken every three to five years by qualified professionals. Strategic asset management depends on current information and responsive information management for reporting and monitoring.

    BCA's in conjunction with the City's asset management strategy, will significantly improve monitoring of social housing providers' capital reserves, as well as identify capital repair needs and provides capacity to pay.

    Project Name & Description

    Building Condition Assessments (BCA)

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    Asset management in the social housing portfolio can be a key driver of operating costs - strategic asset management reduces budget pressure that arises when maintenance is deferred or overlooked.

    The Housing Division formulates strategies about required repairs based on expert opinion, prioritized needs, and where necessary, stages funding to ensure capital needs are addressed.

    Up-to-date BCA's are necessary for proactive property management decisions, as well as bulk tenders, that when managed by City staff have historically provided significant savings in operating costs and are an excellent teaching opportunity.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14881

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-4.02

    Planning - Housing

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Building Condition Assessments (BCA)

    ExpendituresContractual Services 1,050.0 225.0 125.0 130.0 570.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueOther Mun-grants & fees 505.9 60.4 67.5 70.2 307.8Recoveries 112.5 112.5

    618.4 172.9Total Direct Revenue 67.5 70.2 307.8

    431.6Net Requirements 52.1 57.5 59.8 262.2

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Social Housing Reserve 431.6 52.1 57.5 59.8 262.2

    431.6 52.1Total Reserves 57.5 59.8 262.2

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Housing

    Incentives For Affordable Housing 7,143.0 90.0 184.0 200.0 625.0 11,986.0 1,643.0 1,099.0 1,033.0 1,068.0 4,890.0 915.0 815.0 815.0 7-4.03

    11,986.0 184.0 1,643.0 1,099.0 915.0 200.0 7,143.0 90.0 625.0 1,033.0 1,068.0 4,890.0 815.0 815.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-4.03Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 15882

    Planning - Housing

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This capital project continues the Peterborough tradition of stimulating the production of affordable housing through a program of financial incentives.

    The order of magnitude of annual cost of the investment in affordable housing is $1.1 million. Of this total it is estimated that the contribution from Development Charges will account for $90,000. Other funding sources include an annual draw of $150,000 from the Municipal Partnership Fund from the Housing Division's operating budget, approximately $700,000 through tax relief and development charge exemption programs, and $100,000 from municipally sponsored capital grants.

    On April 7, 2014, City Council approved Report PLHD14-004 outlining specific financial incentives for the Mount Community Centre. The Council approved program includes a $400,000 capital contribution to be paid over two years (2015 and 2016). Accordingly, the capital project identifies $200,000 as a Capital Levy contribution in each of 2015 and 2016.

    Project Name & Description

    Incentives for Affordable Housing

    Commitments Made

    In September of 2011, Council adopted the Affordable Housing Community Improvement Plan (Report PLHD11-062). This initiative provided the City with the authority to grant financial incentives in support of Affordable Housing according to guidelines developed for a number of qualified programs.

    In November of 2013 Council adopted the 10-year Housing and Homelessness Plan and the Action Plan 2014-2018 (PLHD13-004), including a target to achieve 500 new affordable housing units over the life of the plan.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15882

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-4.03

    Planning - Housing

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Incentives For Affordable Housing

    ExpendituresContractual Services 11,986.0 1,643.0 1,099.0 1,033.0 1,068.0 1,103.0 1,138.0 4,902.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRecoveries 3,056.0 148.0 184.0 218.0 253.0 288.0 323.0 1,642.0Miscellaneous 295.0 295.0

    3,351.0 443.0 184.0 218.0 253.0Total Direct Revenue 288.0 323.0 1,642.0

    8,635.0Net Requirements 1,200.0 915.0 815.0 815.0 815.0 815.0 3,260.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Affordable Housing 900.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 360.0

    900.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0Total Development Charges 90.0 90.0 360.0

    ReservesAffordable Housing Partnership 1,500.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 600.0Revenue from Other Reserve 5,035.0 760.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 1,900.0

    6,535.0 910.0 625.0 625.0 625.0Total Reserves 625.0 625.0 2,500.0

    1,200.0 200.0 200.0 100.0 100.0Capital Levy 100.0 100.0 400.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Airport

    Airport Industrial Park - East of Airport Road 500.0 2,050.0 4,850.0 2,300.0 2,550.0 2,050.0 7-5.01

    Commercial and General Aviation Lot Preperation

    1,575.0 150.0 2,636.8 461.8 150.0 225.0 225.0 1,575.0 150.0 225.0 225.0 7-5.02

    Generator for Field Electrical Centre 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 7-5.03

    7,561.8 500.0 2,761.8 2,775.0 2,275.0 225.0 1,575.0 2,050.0 225.0 225.0 1,575.0 225.0 225.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14820

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    This project was envisioned as a two-year construction program. Detailed design work has been completed more accurately projecting the quantities of fill required, adjusting the cost estimate to $4.9 million over two years. A portion of Airport Road leading to the expansion area is expected to be conveyed to the City from the County becoming an internal airport road. This project will include street lighting for the internal road for an enhanced entrance to the businesses.

    The clearing and grubbing of approximately 20 acres of property and the placement of substantial engineered fill to create industrial lots is to be completed Year 1. Year 2 will involve the construction of a new public apron and the extension of municipal services to the new lots.

    Project Name & Description

    Airport Industrial Park - East of Airport Road

    Commitments Made

    It has been the long established practice of the City to prepare building sites at the airport at public cost in recognition that building sites are not sold but are subject to a long-term ground lease.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    In response to market demand and opportunity there is a growing need to make ready the next phase of industrial lot expansion. The priority for this expansion will be to accommodate large floor plate users that can not be easily placed within the existing industrial area without further hangar consolidation.

    New development at the airport will generate new land lease and servicing revenues. The industrial expansion will also require an adjustment to the Operations contract to account for new areas for winter control and property maintenance.As authorized by Council on April 28, 2014, an application was filed with the Eastern Ontario Development Fund for assistance on the construction costs. The City was awarded a total of $1.0 million over a two year program.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14820

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.01

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Airport Industrial Park - East of Airport Road

    ExpendituresContractual Services 4,850.0 2,300.0 2,550.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    Direct RevenueRevenue-Ontario Grant 1,000.0 500.0 500.0

    1,000.0 500.0 500.0Total Direct Revenue

    3,850.0Net Requirements 1,800.0 2,050.0

    To Be Financed From:Debentures

    Deb Rev-Tax SupportedTotal Debenture Financing

    ReservesReserves & Reserve Funds 1,550.0 1,550.0Contribution from related project 250.0 250.0Federal Gas Tax 2,050.0 2,050.0

    3,850.0 1,800.0 2,050.0Total Reserves

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 14829

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Airport Expansion Project prepared approximately 40 serviced acres of land for industrial and commercial expansion and a further ten acres for general aviation hangars. Parcels of land will then be leased according to user requirements as has been the long-standing Airport practice.

    At the time of building construction, there are specific requirements for new tenant building lots that are the responsibility of the Airport and that could not have been reasonably anticipated as a component of the Airport Expansion Project. Such items include: isolated soil remediation costs under building pads, minor water and sewer extensions, hydro transformers, drainage adjustments or other property details.

    This capital project provides a funding source to cover Airport responsibilities associated with tenant specific requirements.

    Project Name & Description

    Commercial and General Aviation Lot Preparation

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 14829

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.02

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Commercial and General Aviation Lot Preperation

    ExpendituresContractual Services 2,636.8 461.8 150.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,125.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    2,636.8Net Requirements 461.8 150.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,125.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Industrial land Reserve 225.0 225.0Contribution from related project 11.8 11.8

    236.8 236.8Total Reserves

    2,400.0 225.0 150.0 225.0 225.0Capital Levy 225.0 225.0 1,125.0

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.03Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-025

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    All airfield lighting regulators and associated control equipment is located in the Field Electrical Centre. In the event of a power outage at dark, the runway is closed until power is restored. Power outages are unpredictable and flights could be on route to the airport to find it closed requiring aircraft to divert to another airport.

    If there was a major disaster or emergency in the area, keeping the airport operational could be critical for outside assistance and supplies to access the community. The airport supports flights such as medical transfers, Ministries, Military, Ontario Hydro, local businesses and many other uses. Backup power for runway lighting would also be used for aircraft arriving and departing using instrument flight rules.

    This 2016 project will supply and install a generator to the Field Electrical Centre keeping all critical lighting operational during power outages.

    Project Name & Description

    Generator for Field Electrical Centre

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-025

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.03

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Generator for Field Electrical Centre

    ExpendituresContractual Services 75.0 75.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    75.0Net Requirements 75.0

    To Be Financed From:

    75.0 75.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Airport

    Airport Marketing 100.0 531.2 431.2 100.0 100.0 7-5.04

    Economic Impact Study 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 7-5.05

    Federal Zoning Process 400.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 7-5.06

    946.2 631.2 115.0 115.0 115.0 200.0 200.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.04Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12853

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Airport Expansion project represents the largest tax supported construction project incurred at one time in the Citys history. It also represents the single largest investment in economic development by the City.

    The Airport Marketing Project earmarks a dedicated funding stream over and above other regional marketing activities, to maximize the Citys return on investment. In year four of the Marketing Project, funds were provided to PED for aviation marketing professionals. These professionals are targeting potential customers and working with existing tenants to find synergies between existing and potential customers. Specific tradeshows have been selected on the basis of the attendees and the targeted customers. Proposals for new commercial tenant buildings are under review at this time.

    City staff and Airport staff continue to grow the General Aviation Area and only a few lots remain.

    In 2016, staff will continue to work with the Airport Manager, PED and other aviation marketing professionals to attract new customers and assist existing tenants with expansion requirements.

    Project Name & Description

    Airport Marketing

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12853

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.04

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Airport Marketing

    ExpendituresContractual Services 531.2 431.2 100.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    531.2Net Requirements 431.2 100.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Capital Levy Reserve 200.0 200.0Contribution from related project 31.2 31.2

    231.2 231.2Total Reserves

    300.0 200.0 100.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.05Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-023

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    In 2009, an Airport Economic Impact Study was completed as part of the Business Case for Infrastructure Development. There has been major growth at the Airport since 2009 to include Flying Colours expansion, the addition of Seneca College, Loomex Group new facility and numerous private hangars.

    The Airport supports a thriving aerospace technology sector which exports throughout the world. Peterborough benefits through greater employment, investment, purchases of goods and services, through the additional visitors the Airport brings to the region.

    This 2016 project will quantify the Airport economic impact for the region. This information is important to assist with business decisions around Airport investments and marketing efforts for attracting potential clients to the Airport.

    Project Name & Description

    Economic Impact Study

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-023

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.05

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Economic Impact Study

    ExpendituresContractual Services 15.0 15.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    15.0Net Requirements 15.0

    To Be Financed From:

    15.0 15.0Capital Levy

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-5.06Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 12851

    Airport - Airport

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Peterborough Airport Zoning Regulations are Federal zoning controls developed to protect the area surrounding the Airport from obstacles and specific land uses that could conflict with aviation safety. When Federal regulations are compromised Airport certification could be at risk. Federal zoning supersedes all local zoning by-laws and controls activities on private properties.

    Zoning regulations are in place for the pre-expanded Airport. Amended Zoning is required to protect the extended runway.

    This project will take multiple years to complete and is conducted under the direction of Transport Canada. It is also a public process and concludes with the Federal zoning regulations being applied to the legal description of all affected properties. The Federal zoning obligates land owners within the affected area to respect the obstacle limitation surface and not introduce land uses which may be deemed to compromise the safe operation of the Airport thereby relieving the Airport of the cost to protect air safety on lands which are not owned by the Airport.

    The cost of the project will be better clarified in consultation with Transport Canada and aviation professionals. It is anticipated in order to expedite the process that fees will be required by Transport Canada and to engage the services of an aviation consultant.

    Project Name & Description

    Federal Zoning Process

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The 2013 Amended Federal Zoning capital budget of $200,000 was transferred to the Seneca College Airside Improvements Capital Project budget, pursuant to Council Approval of Report PLPD13-037. The request to replenish this fund will be deferred to the 2017 Capital Budget.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 12851

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-5.06

    Airport - Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Federal Zoning Process

    ExpendituresContractual Services 400.0 200.0 200.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    400.0Net Requirements 200.0 200.0

    To Be Financed From:

    400.0 200.0 200.0Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Geomatics/Mapping

    Vertical / Horizontal Control Monuments 635.0 685.0 50.0 635.0 50.0 7-6.01

    685.0 635.0 50.0 635.0 50.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-6.01Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-002

    Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Vertical BenchmarksVertical Control Benchmarks are used in all Engineering surveys. The vertical elevation on the benchmark establishes the elevations for the engineering design. No funds are being requested for 2016.

    Horizontal Control MonumentsHorizontal Control Monuments tie all surveys into the Citys GIS. As the City continues to expand with new development, it is necessary to install new Horizontal Control Monuments into these new areas. In addition, construction activities often destroy existing Horizontal Control Monuments and these need to be replaced.No funds are being requested for 2016.

    Project Name & Description

    Vertical / Horizontal Control Monuments

    Commitments Made

    None

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    No effect on future operating budgets.

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-002

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-6.01

    Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Vertical / Horizontal Control Monuments

    ExpendituresContractual Services 685.0 50.0 50.0 160.0 425.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    685.0Net Requirements 50.0 50.0 160.0 425.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Control Monuments Reserve 120.0 10.0 10.0 30.0 70.0

    120.0 10.0Total Reserves 10.0 30.0 70.0

    565.0 40.0Capital Levy 40.0 130.0 355.0

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Planning and Development Services Geomatics/Mapping

    Corporate GIS Development Tool 555.0 10.0 730.0 105.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 555.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 7-6.02

    730.0 105.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 555.0 10.0 50.0 555.0 10.0 50.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 7-6.02Planning and Development Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 15900

    Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    Consulting Services - At various stages throughout the ongoing development of the corporate GIS database, Geomatics/Mapping requires consulting services expertise above the required capabilities of existing staff. The funding request for this project is $10,000.

    GIS Technologist (twelve month contract) - For 18 years there has been an FTE in Geomatics/Mapping whose salary costs have been covered by a corporate account due a workplace accommodation. Over the 18 years this position has fulfilled core responsibilities of the Geomatics team. It is anticipated that the workplace accommodation in Geomatics will come to an end in the near future. The 12 month contract position is required to transition this FTE in Geomatics/Mapping from a corporate budget line to the base operating budget of the Geomatics/Mapping Division. The funding request for this contract is $73,000.

    Orthophotography is the creation of digital air photos that are compatible with the Citys GIS. Orthophotography is an invaluable tool that many departments rely on to visualize what actually exists on the ground. Geomatics/Mapping relies on Orthophotography to keep the topographic map data such as sidewalk and buildings up to-date. It is estimated that new Orthophotography should be completed on a three-year cycle. No funds are being requested for 2016.

    Project Name & Description

    Corporate GIS Development Tools

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 15900

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 7-6.02

    Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

    Planning and Development Services

    Project Description Corporate GIS Development Tool

    ExpendituresContractual Services 730.0 105.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 10.0 10.0 135.0 400.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    730.0Net Requirements 105.0 10.0 10.0 50.0 10.0 10.0 135.0 400.0

    To Be Financed From:Reserves

    Reserves & Reserve Funds 25.0 25.0

    25.0 25.0Total Reserves

    705.0 80.0 10.0 10.0 50.0Capital Levy 10.0 10.0 135.0 400.0

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Police Services Summary

    510.8 510.8 510.8 510.8 Peterborough Police Service8-1

    510.8 510.8 510.8 510.8 Total

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Police Services Summary

    75.0 150.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 Peterborough Police Service8-1

    150.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0Total

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  • City of PeterboroughTangible Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Police Services Peterborough Police Service

    Various Police Capital 510.8 510.8 510.8 510.8 8-1.01

    510.8 510.8 510.8 510.8 Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationTangible Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 8-1.01Police Services

    CAP Form 1 (TCA)Questica#: 16-135

    Police Board - Peterborough Police Service

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    7 Police Cruisers - $256,500Dell Computers Third year lease - $17,2003 CAD Server Leases - $5,200Backup and Recovery - $26,50013 In Car Computers - $58,500Officer Protection Kit upgrade - $1,500Enterprise Storage Network - $38,0004 Printer and Faxes - $1,200Data Recovery Kiosk - $10,0006 IP Camera Replacement Year 2 of 5 - $12,400IT Security Recommendations - $40,000Remote Video System - $850Desktops and Laptops replacements - $15,000Video Analyst Hardware - $3,000Upgrade CAD mapping/CM - $440Upgrade CAD mapping - $3,0008 Backup Power Protection (UPS) - $3,000Servers - $8,500Software Licenses - $10,000

    Total - $510,790

    Project Name & Description

    Various Police Capital Projects

    Commitments Made

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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  • Tangible Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-135

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 8-1.01

    Police Board - Peterborough Police Service

    Police Services

    Project Description Various Police Capital

    ExpendituresContractual Services 510.8 510.8

    Total Direct Revenue

    510.8Net Requirements 510.8

    To Be Financed From:

    510.8 510.8Capital Levy

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  • City of PeterboroughOther Capital Budget Summary

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    2016 2017 2018 2019 & After

    Net TotalNet TotalNet TotalOtherDebChgLevyCostCostsDevCapApproved

    Pre-2016Total

    RevNet Project

    TotalRefProject Description

    Police Services Peterborough Police Service

    Police Services Business Plan 75.0 150.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 8-1.02

    150.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0Total

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  • 2016 - 2025 Capital Budget JustificationOther Capital Assets

    Department:

    Division:

    Budget Reference #: 8-1.02Police Services

    CAP Form 1 (Other)Questica#: 16-136

    Police Board - Peterborough Police Service

    Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

    The Business Plan is mandated by Section 30 of the Adequacy and Effectiveness Regulation (O.Reg. 3/99) of the Police Services Act. The Board must prepare a new Business Plan every three (3) years.

    The business plan assists the Chief of Police as well as the Board in Identifying levels of satisfaction, areas of concern and the future expectations of the public in the Peterborough community. The process is fundamental in thinking about the staffing, resources, and organizational arrangements needed to meet present and future demands of the Police Service.

    The funds in 2018 will be utilized to fund the consultation, preparation and printing of the plan for 2019-2021.

    Project Name & Description

    Police Services Business Plan

    Commitments Made

    A Police Boards mandate is legislated by the Police Services Act and can be summarized as being responsible for the provision of adequate and effective police services in Municipalities. The Business Plan for 2016 to 2018 is ongoing.

    Effects on Future Operating Budgets

    The Police Services Board operating budget includes an annual contribution of $20,000 to the Business Plan Reserve to fund a Business Plan every three years.

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  • Other Capital AssetsTen Year Capital Budget Estimates

    2016-2025 & Subsequent Years($000)

    Questica #: 16-136

    201820172016Approved Pre-2016

    Project Total 2019 2020

    REQUESTED 2026 to 2040

    2021 to 2025

    Department

    Division

    Project # 8-1.02

    Police Board - Peterborough Police Service

    Police Services

    Project Description Police Services Business Plan

    ExpendituresContractual Services 150.0 75.0 75.0

    Total Direct Revenue

    150.0Net Requirements 75.0 75.0

    To Be Financed From:Development Charges

    DCRF Police 75.0 37.5 37.5

    75.0 37.5Total Development Charges 37.5

    ReservesBusiness Plan Reserve 75.0 37.5 37.5

    75.0 37.5Total Reserves 37.5

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    2016-2025 Capital Budget Details (Budget Book 3 of 4)Table of ContentsCombined Tangible and Other Capital Program SummaryTangible Capital Program SummaryOther Capital Program SummaryCAO SummaryFire ServicesEmergency Management

    Corporate ServicesPropertyFacilities and Special ProjectsInformation ServicesCorporate Services Other

    Utility ServicesUSD AdminArterial StreetsCollector and Local StreetsBridgesSidewalksSanitary SewersStorm SewersPublic WorksEnvironmental Protection ServicesWaste ManagementTransitParkingTraffic and TransportationTransportation Demand ManagementFlood Reduction Master Plan

    Community ServicesRecreationArts Culture and HeritageMuseumLibraryArt GalleryArenasAdministrationPeterborough Sport and Wellness CentreSocial Services

    Planning and DevelopmentPlanningGrowth AreasIndustrial ParksHousingAirportGeomatics/Mapping

    Police Services