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1-31-19 PSC agenda packetCouncil Public Safety Committee 2nd Floor Conference Room City Hall January 31, 2019 3:00 p.m. Members: Councilmember D. Gutierrez (chair) Councilmember Cousens Councilmember Funk Councilmember White (alternate) Staff: City Manager Cliff Moore Asst. City Manager Ana Cortez Interim Police Chief Gary Jones Fire Chief Aaron Markham City Prosecutor Cynthia Martinez Brad Coughenour Public Works Director Scott Schafer Agenda 1) Approval of December 20, 2018 minutes 2) Department Reports a) Fire Department i) Fire monthly report - Markham b) Police Department i) Community policing— Jones c) Legal Department i) Yakima Domestic Violence response— Martinez d) Public Works i) Report on Safe Routes to Schools — Schafer ii) Traffic calming update — Schafer iii) Follow up on school zone signage on Fair Ave. e) Codes f) Yakima County Emergency Management 3) New Business a) Public Safety discussions with Yakima School District Gutierrez Others: 4) Other Business a) GRIT update 5) Information items 6) Recap of future agenda items 7) Review items for committee reports to council 8) Audience Participation 9) Adjournment Council Public Safety Committee 2nd Floor Conference Room City Hall December 20, 2018. 3:00 p.m. Members: Staff: Others: Councilmember Gutierrez Cliff Moore, City Manager Luz Bazan Gutierrez Councilmember White (alt) Gary Jones, Interim Police Chief Tony Coursey Aaron Markham, Fire Chief Brett Sheffield, Chief Engineer Cynthia Martinez, City Prosecutor Terri Croft, Police Executive Minutes Gutierrez called the meeting to order at 3:05 p.m. The meeting started with agenda item 2c — Yakima Domestic Violence response survey 1. November 15, 2018 minutes It was MOVED by White and SECONDED by Gutierrez to accept the minutes as presented. The minutes were approved unanimously. 2. Department reports a. Fire Department i. October/November fire activity report Markham provided a monthly report of calls for service and fire inspections. Markham advised they had filled 2 fire investigator positions. These employees have basic fire investigation training and will receive additional training in 2019. Gutierrez asked how these firefighters are backfilled when they are conducting an investigation. Markham advised the company will stay with the investigator during the initial investigation. If the initial investigation is prolonged and there are other calls that require service, they will be backfilled. Markham added that four cases were closed in October and November and determined to not be arson. ii. Arson Markham noted that structure fires have been down. They have been seeing lots of accidental fires. Investigation continues on the previous arson fires. b. Police Department i. Community Policing Report Jones briefly discussed community policing and how it is a very broad topic. He will be making a presentation to council in January to discuss the various aspects of community policing. He discussed the selection process for the beat officer assignments and the expectations for them. Jones reviewed the various community outreach activities for the months of November and December. He also discussed a Project Safe Neighborhood partnership and will bring additional information to the full council in January. There was additional discussion about the placement of the beat officers and a focus in 2019 on police redistricting. White requested the police department have a presence at the Henry Beauchamp Community Center Christmas event next year. Gutierrez asked if there should be a study session after the police presentation to Council, or if questions will be posed to Council as part of the presentation. She would like to see the discussion continued on how Council can assist in the community policing process. Moore advised a study session could be requested after the presentation. White would like to see the Community Integration Committee become part of the community policing efforts. c. Legal i. DV Response survey Gutierrez explained that the committee had requested staff conduct a survey of what resources the City of Yakima has to respond to domestic violence to begin forming a community crisis response team. Gutierrez asked what administrative changes can be made without council policy changes to align Yakima's response with the model response, and what would the costs be. Martinez advised the formation of the CCRT would be something that could be accomplished with little to no cost. Gutierrez also asked how staff anticipated the new domestic violence advocate fitting into the domestic violence response system. Martinez advised that she could respond on behalf of the prosecutor's office, but that the position would cross over many departments and agencies, each of which would have a different role for the advocate to fill. It was MOVED by Gutierrez and SECONDED by White to recommend initiations of a CCRT to the full council in January. Motion PASSED unanimously. Item will be on the January 15 council reports. d. Public Works i. 'Safe Routes to Schools Sheffield advised the bid for the Safe Routes to Schools project around Garfield Elementary had been opened. Merino Construction was the low bidder. They have also done the construction project around Adams Elementary and other projects. They will start in mid- June. White asked about crosswalks or traffic calming in the area of Adams elementary. There is a large span between markers on Fair Avenue between Kiwanis Park and Race and a large population on the east side of Fair trying to cross. Sheffield advised they could look into options. Gutierrez also asked that Sheffield verify that the project around the Yakima Hops area on 3rd Avenue was privately funded and not paid from city funds. Sheffield reviewed the process for prioritizing street improvement projects. He advised that they try to conduct a pavement condition index every two years. Roads that have the highest daily traffic and are in the worst condition are prioritized higher. Gutierrez reminded that at a previous meeting Councilmember White had requested a matrix of the danger levels of different areas. She also requested that a written report be provided each month as part of the meeting packet. White also requested information on the prioritization of tree removal and if hazards associated with the trees are taken into account. Moore advised that trees are dealt with when issues arise and an arborist has evaluated the health of the tree to determine if removal is necessary. Moore asked Sheffield to provide the pavement condition index and traffic count index for the January packet. Gutierrez requested a TBD project schedule. Moore advised that a good deal of that information will be presented to Council at the January 12 strategic plan review meeting. Gutierrez clarified that she would like to see a schedule of traffic calming and Safe Routes to Schools. Sheffield advised that his department would be doing a capital improvement project update at the February 5th Council meeting. 3. New Business None 4. Other business a. Public Safety Forum review discussion Gutierrez briefly reviewed the notes of the latest public forum. 5. Recap of future agenda items Recommendation for CCRT to full council Pavement condition index and traffic count spreadsheet 6. Audience participation Luz Bazan-Gutierrez discussed the need for additional lighting at the transit center. She recommended community forums related to community policing and regular community briefings to have a better exchange of information between the community and the police. Tony Coursey spoke to his support of the Safe Routes to Schools and asked for a definition of stakeholders. 7. Adjournment Meeting was adjourned at 4:15 p.m. Dulce Gutierrez, Chair Administration Fire Suppression Fire Investigation Fire Training Fire Prevention Public Education 401 North Front Street, Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6060 Fax (509) 576-6356 www.yakimafire.com MEMORANDUM To: Yakima City Council Thru: Public Safety Committee From: Aaron Markham, Fire Chief Re: Fire Department Update Date: January 10, 2019 The following report serves to list the activities and accomplishments of the City of Yakima Fire Department for the month of December 2018 and the year to date statistics. Incidents: • Attached is the incident report for the month of December, 2018. • Attached is the year to date response report for the year 2018 Fire Inspections: During the month of December the Fire Inspectors conducted the following fire inspections in the City of Yakima: 171 Annuals Fire Code Inspections 162 Compliance Re -Inspections During 2018 the Fire Inspectors conducted the following fire inspections in the City of Yakima: 2993 Annual Fire Code Inspections 2649 Compliance Re -Inspections Fire Investigations: In December we had one fire that occurred in a vacant home. This case is still open. "The Yakima Fire Department is dedicated to providing quality public safety services to our community." Yakima City Fire Department Yakima, WA This report was generated on 1/10/2019 9:37:01 AM (509)575-6060 Breakdown by Major Incident Types for Date Range Zone(s): All Zones I Start Date: 12/01/2018 I End Date: 12/31/2018 Rescue & Emergency Medical... 63.66% Fires 4.28% False Alarm & False Call 5.46% Hazardous Condition (No Fire) 1.78% Service Call 10.33% Special Incident Type 0.24% Good Intent Call 14.25% MAJOR INCIDEN TYPE #I CI ,% 4.28% Fires 36 G Rescue & Emergency Medical Service I 536 63.66% Hazardous Condition (No Fire) 15 1.78% Service Call 87 10.33% Good Intent CaII 120 14.25% False Alarm & False Call 46 5.46% Special Incident Type 2. 0.24% TOTAL ' 842 F 100.00% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. t w EMERGENCY .,� REPORTING" emergencyreporting.com Doc Id 553 Page # 1 of 3 d INCIDENT TYPE # LNCII ENTS 1 7 %la of TC T 100 - Fire, other 0.12% 111 - Building fire 0.83% 113 - Cooking fire, confined to container 6 0.71% 114 - Chimney or flue fire, confined to chimney or flue I 2 024% 117 - Commercial Compactor fire, confined to rubbish 1 7 0.12% 118 - Trash or rubbish fire, contained 0.83% 131 - Passenger vehicle fire 2 0.24% 140 - Natural vegetation fire, other 2 0.24% `142 - Brush or brush -and -grass mixture fire 1 0.12% 150 - Outside rubbish fire, other 2 0.24% 151 Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire 2 1 0.24% 154 - Dumpster or other outside trash receptacle fire 0.12% 160 - Special outside fire, other 1 1 0.12% 161 - Outside storage fire 0.12% r300 - Rescue, EMS incident, other 15 1.78% 311 - Medical assist, assist EMS crew 53 6.29% 320 - Emergency medical service, other 20 2.38% 321 - EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury 373 44.30% 322 - Motor vehicle accident with injuries 28 3.33% 324 - Motor vehicle accident with no injuries. 44 5.23% 331 - Lock -in (if lock out , use 511) 1 0.12% 360 - Water & ice -related rescue, other 1 0.12% 363 - Swift water rescue 1 0.12% 400 - Hazardous condition, other 1 0.12% 412 - Gas leak (natural gas or LPG) 1 0.12% 421 - Chemical hazard (no spill or leak) 1 0.12% 424 - Carbon monoxide incident 1 0.12% 440 - Electrical wiring/equipment problem, other 3 0.36% 442 - Overheated motor 1 2 0.12% 444 - Power line down 0.24% 445 - Arcing, shorted electrical equipment 1 0A2% 461 - Building or structure weakened or collapsed 1 0.12% 462 - Aircraft standby 2 0.24% 471 - Explosive, bomb removal (for bomb scare, use 721) 1 0.12% 500 - Service Call, other 12 1.43% 510 - Person in distress, other 17 2.02% 511 - Lock -out 1 0.12% 520 - Water problem, other 1 0.12% 522 - Water or steam leak 1 0.12% 531 - Smoke or odor removal 1 0.12% 550 - Public service assistance, other 2 0.24% 551 - Assist police or other governmental agency 1 0.12% j 554 - Assist invalid 50 5.94% 561 - Unauthorized burning 1 0.12% 600 - Good intent call, other 11 1.31% 611 - Dispatched & cancelled en route 83 9.86% 622 - No incident found on arrival at dispatch address 15 1.78% 0.12% 631 - Authorized controlled burning 1 3 650 - Steam, other gas mistaken for smoke, other 0.36% 651 - Smoke scare, odor of smoke 3 0.36% 652 - Steam, vapor, fog or dust thought to be smoke 1 0.12% 653 - Smoke from barbecue, tar kettle 2 0.24% 671 - HazMat release investigation w/no HazMat T s 1 0.12% 700 False alarm or false call, other 18 2.14% 711 - Municipal alarm system, malicious false alarm 1 0.12% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. EMERGENCY REPORTING" emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page#2of3 715 - Local alarm system, malicious false alarm 3 0.36% 721 - Bomb scare - no bomb 2 0.24% 730 - System malfunction, other 2 0.24% 1731 - Sprinkler activation due to malfunction 1 0.12% 732 - Extinguishing system activation due to malfunction 1 0.12% 733 - Smoke detector activation due to malfunction 2 0.24% 735 - Alarm system sounded due to malfunction 3 0.36% 740 - Unintentional transmission of alarm, other 5 0.59% 743 - Smoke detector activation, no fire - unintentional 3 0.36% 744 - Detector activation, no fire - unintentional 1 0.12% 745 - Alarm system activation, no fire - unintentional 4 0.48% 900 - Special type of incident, other 2 0.24% TOTAL NCI ENTS:842 4, 100000% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. EMERGENCY REPORTING' emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page #3of3 Yakima City Fire Department Yakima, WA This report was generated on 1/10/2019 9:37:37 AM (509)575-6060 Breakdown by Major Incident Types for Date Range Zone(s): All Zones ( Start Date: 01/01/2018 I End Date: 12/31/2018 Rescue & Emergency Medical... 63.37% Fires 5.86% Severe Weather & Natural Disaster 0.02% False Alarm & False Call 5.51% Service Call 10.15% Special Incident Type 0.22% Good Intent Call 13.32% Overpressure rupture,... 0.06% Hazardous Condition (No Fire) 1.49% T_ MAJOR INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS %a ® TOTA Fires 590 5.86% Overpressure rupture, explosion, overheat - no fire 6 6375 0.06% Rescue & Emergency Medical Service 63.37% Hazardous Condition (No Fire) 150 1.49% Service Call 1021 10.15% Good Intent Call 1340 13.32% False Alarm & False Call 554 5.51 % Severe Weather & Natural Disaster 2 b 0.02% Special Incident Type 22 0.22% TOTAL 10060 I, 100.00% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. t EMERGENCY .� REPORTING" emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page # 1 of 4 1100 - Fire, other 51 0.51% ,111 - Building fire 116 1.15% 1112 Fires in structure other than in a building 1 0.01% J 113 - Cooking fire, confined to container 63 0.63% 114 - Chimney or flue fire, confined to chimney or flue 4 0.04% 1116 - Fuel burner/boiler malfunction, fire confined 1 0.01% [117 - Commercial Compactor fire, confined to rubbish 4 0.04% [118 - Trash or rubbish fire, contained 65 0.65% 121 - Fire in mobile home used as fixed residence 10.01% 12 - Fire in motor home, camper, recreational vehicle 40.04% 1130 - Mobile property (vehicle) fire, other - 7 0.07% 131 - Passenger vehicle fire 47 0.47% 1132 - Road freight or transport vehicle fire 1 0.01% J 1 134 - Water vehicle fire 1 0.01 % 1140- Natural vegetation fire, other 39 0.39% 1141 - Forest, woods or wildland fire 8 0.08% 142 - Brush or brush -and -grass mixture fire 63 0.63% 1143 - Grass fire 26 0.26% 1150 - Outside rubbish fire, other 19 0.19% � 151 - Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire 21 0.21% [154 - Dumpster or other outside trash receptacle fire 19 0.19% 1155 - Outside stationary compactor/compacted trash fire 1 0.01% 1160 - Special outside fire, other 15 0.15% 1 161 - Outside storage fire 4 0.04% 162 - Outside equipment fire 7 0.07% 163 - Outside gas or vapor combustion explosion 1 0.01% 173 - Cultivated trees or nursery stock fire 1 0.01% 1200 - Overpressure rupture, explosion, overheat other 1 0.01% 1243 - Fireworks explosion (no fire) 2 1 0.02% 1251 - Excessive heat, scorch burns with no ignition 3 0.03% [300 - Rescue, EMS incident, other 197 1.96% 1311 - Medical assist, assist EMS crew 871 8.66% 1320 - Emergency medical service, other 234 2.33% 1321 - EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury 4340 43.14% 1322 - Motor vehicle accident with injuries 260 11 2.58% 1323 - Motor vehicle/pedestrian accident (MV Ped) 34 0.34% 1324 - Motor vehicle accident with no injuries. 409 4.07% 331 - Lock -in (if lock out , use 511) 9 0.09% 350 - Extrication, rescue, other 1 `+ 0.01% 1352 - Extrication of victim(s) from vehicle 1353 - Removal of victim(s) from stalled elevator 4 0.04% 1 354 - Trench/below-grade rescue 1 0.01% 1355 - Confined space rescue 1 0.01% 1357 - Extrication of victim(s) from machinery 1 0.01% 1 0.01% 1360 - Water & ice -related rescue, other 2 n 0.02% 1-363 - Swift water rescue 6 0.06% 381 - Rescue or EMS standby 4 0.04% 400 - Hazardous condition, other 15 0.15% 410 - Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other ry 3 0.03% 1411 - Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill 5 0.05% 412 - Gas leak (natural gas or LPG) 21 0.21% 1413 - Oil or other combustible liquid spill 1 0.01% 1421 - Chemical hazard (no spill or leak) 2 0.02% 424 - Carbon monoxide incident 9 0.09% 1440 - Electrical wiring/equipment problem, other 25 1 0.25% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. EMERGENCY REPORTING' emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page # 2 of 4 441 - Heat from short circuit (wiring), defective/worn 4 0.04% 442 - Overheated motor 6 0.06% 444 - Power line down 19 0.19% 445 - Arcing, shorted electrical equipment 21 0.21 % 451 - Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected 2 0.02% 460 - Accident, potential accident, other 5 0.05% 461 - Building or structure weakened or collapsed 1 0.01% 462 - Aircraft standby 7 0.07% 471 - Explosive, bomb removal (for bomb scare, use 721) 1 0.01% 480 - Attempted burning, illegal action, other 1 0.01 % 481 - Attempt to burn 2 1 0.02% 500 - Service Call, other 180 1.79% 510 - Person in distress, other 88 0.87% 511 - Lock -out 46 0.46% 520 - Water problem, other 34 0.34% 521 - Water evacuation 1 0.01% 522 - Water or steam leak 19 0.19% 531 - Smoke or odor removal 25 0.25% 642 - Animal rescue 1 0.01 % 550 - Public service assistance, other 27 0.27% 551 - Assist police or other governmental agency 31 0.31 % 552 - Police matter 21 0.21% 553 - Public service 14 0.14% 1554 - Assist invalid 489 4.86% 555 - Defective elevator, no occupants 1 0.01 % 561 - Unauthorized burning 43 0.43% 1571 - Cover assignment, standby, moveup 1 0.01% 600 - Good intent call, other 118 1.17% 1611 - Dispatched & cancelled en route 947 9.41% 621 - Wrong location 4 0.04% ,622 - No incident found on arrival at dispatch address 178 1.77% 1631 -Authorized controlled burning 10 0.10% '632 - Prescribed fire 2 0.02% 641 - Vicinity alarm (incident in other location) 3 0.03% 1 650 - Steam, other gas mistaken for smoke, other 11 0.11% 651 - Smoke scare, odor of smoke 37 0.37% 652 - Steam, vapor, fog or dust thought to be smoke 6 0.06% 653 - Smoke from barbecue, tar kettle 160.16% 661 - EMS call, party transported by non -fire agency 2 0.02% 671 - HazMat release investigation w/no HazMat 6 0.06% 1 700 - False alarm or false call, other 219 2.18% 710 - Malicious, mischievous false call, other 12 0.12% 711 - Municipal alarm system, malicious false alarm 9 0.09% 712 - Direct tie to FD, malicious false alarm 1 0.01% 713 - Telephone, malicious false alarm 1 0.01% 714 - Central station, malicious false alarm 8 0.08% x715 - Local alarm system, malicious false alarm 12 0.12% 1721 - Bomb scare - no bomb 3 0.03% 730 - System malfunction, other 19 0.19% 731 - Sprinkler activation due to malfunction 7 ° 0.07% 732 - Extinguishing system activation due to malfunction 3 0.03% 733 - Smoke detector activation due to malfunction 38 0.38% 734 - Heat detector activation due to malfunction 2 E 0.02% 735 - Alarm system sounded due to malfunction 31 0.31 % 736 - CO detector activation due to malfunction 14 740 - Unintentional transmission of alarm, other 40 0.14% 0.40% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. (.3 EMERGENCY REPORTING' emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page # 3 of 4 741 - Sprinkler activation, no fire - unintentional 9 0.09% 742 - Extinguishing system activation 1 0.01 % 743 - Smoke detector activation, no fire - unintentional 71 0.71% 744 - Detector activation, no fire - unintentional 7 0.07% 43 0.43% 4 0.04% 745 - Alarm system activation, no fire - unintentional L746 - Carbon monoxide detector activation, no CO 800 - Severe weather or natural disaster, other 1 0.01% 813 - Wind storm, tornado/hurricane assessment 1 0.01% 900 - Special type of incident, other 15 0.15% 911 - Citizen complaint 7 0.07% TOTAL INCIDENTS; ';" 10060 100.00% Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. EMERGENCY ..� REPORTING- emergencyreporting.com Doc Id: 553 Page # 4 of 4 City of Yak na Police Department lief of Police 200 S. 3rd Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Telephone (509) 575-6200 Fax (509) 575-6007 Memorandum Date: January 24, 2019 To: Council Public Safety Committee and City Manager, Cliff Moore From: Gary Jones, Interim Chief of Police Subject: Community Policing update Yakima Police command staff are finalizing the beat officer assignments. There has been a delay in the roll out of this program due to a delay in the shift change this year. Shift change will take place in the first part of February, at which time the beat assignments will be filled. Several of our School Resource Officers collected donations to purchase food and gifts for three needy families. They made deliveries in time for the families to celebrate Christmas. Eleven explorers attended the Washington State Explorer Academy in December. All of our explorers graduated the academy, which focuses on various aspects of police work. YPD Explorer Ketra Pope placed 1St overall in the women's physical agility test. Officer Colbey Molner passed probation and received his full commission before the court on January 8, 2019. We are in the beginning stages of planning for 2019 Coffee with a Cop events. Gary Jones, Interim Chief of Police DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 2301 Fruitvale Blvd., Yakima, Washington 98902 Phone (509) 575-6005 Memorandum January 11, 2019 To: Public Safety Committee and City Manager, Cliff Moore From: Scott Schafer, Director of Public Works Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations Manager Re: Status Update - Traffic Calming Projects In accordance with the City's new Traffic -Calming procedure, a request for traffic -calming begins with a submittal of an "Initial Petition" to the City's Public Works Department containing at least 30% signature approval of the residents living within the proposed area (one signature per parcel). City Council can also direct staff to evaluate a specific location; initiating the traffic - calming procedure. Upon receiving an Initial Petition, City staff will proceed with gathering traffic counts and speeds of vehicles without notification to drivers to ensure unbiased data is obtained for a solid base- line. Staff will then proceed with the three components of the Traffic -Calming procedure to evaluate possible traffic -calming issues: 1. Education - installation of temporary signage and/or portable speed radar devices for a specific period of time. Evaluate for improvement. If no improvements, proceed to; 2. Enforcement - YPD to monitor and enforcement the particular area of concern. Evaluate for improvement. If no improvements, proceed to; 3. Engineering — design and installation of traffic -calming devices when Education and Enforcement do not resolve the behaviors of the drivers. If data demonstrates improvements within a specific component in reducing vehicle speeds, no further action may be taken. It is the objective of the City to resolve traffic -calming issues at the lowest possible level while enhancing the street environment. City Council approved $130,000 in REET Funds to be utilized for traffic -calming measures as part of the 2019 Budget. This dollar amount was an estimate determined by staff based on the City's old Traffic -Calming procedure in which each of the requests would be resolved by the installation of speed humps. The process has since changed and traffic -calming measures will now be installed if data results indicate a need and traffic -calming measures taken will not always be speed humps. Currently 19 traffic -calming requests are in the process of being evaluated. One more request was submitted to the City in late 2018 and will be added to the list to be evaluated. Administration 575-6005 ^ Engineering 575-6111 = Equipment Rental 575-6005 o Parks & Recreation 575-6020 ^ Refuse 575-6005 Street 575-6005 Traffic 575-6005 ^ Transit 575-6005 ^ Wastewater/Stonnwater 575-6077 Water/Irrigation 575-6154 Yakima Itxtrdl ikAwava 2015 1994 01.0 CO Traffic -Calming Request Locations 7 6 a rn ri 0 00 e -i Traffic Calming Requests N N- CO Cr Lt1 00 Ln N Ln N 00 N ri 01 00 u1 M N 00 (:) ri 00 O LO O 00 N r-1 VI 'Cr Cr Cr) ri N O M O ri M Oo e-1-1 N s I N ri 01 ri chi CO 01 Cr in ri chi N d 01 T-1 LO N ri Ln N ri M Q1 O ri Ln N 00 O N O1 Ln 0) 00 d L0 r-1 LD N d cn d Ct o0 Lr) Ot N d lD r-1 CO r-1 r-1 N ri N N N c i N ri N N r -i r -I N N ri ri N I- 0) a) to d d' 01 N 0, LO NNNN LY)., N u1 00 e-1' O 01 Ln 01 ,r'4 M M M MNNN N 11 N N M N V) Ln VI in Ln Ln Ln Ln Ln Ln in 111 Ln in in O Ln O 0 Ln VI N N N N N N N N N N N N N N M N N N N N L11 .1 Ln n lO n LO LO L0 CN M N d• LA 1.0 L) r, rI t\ N 00 00 00 ri r -I ri c -I r -I a' N M N e\-1 r4 r-1 T-1 O N O 0 \ \ \ \ 0 Ln t-1 0 0 0 0 c O a) a H E O LL 0) 0) LO n N N I 00 00 N, 00 CO 00 00 00 00 00 ri ri ri ri ri ri ri rI r-1 c -i ri r1 ri ri ri CO c\ -I a\ -i CO N m 0\0 n r\-1 M N O\1 cn 0\1 0000 O ri ri N N N O r-1 O O ri N N O N 0\1 N N M 0\1 i\ -I M 0000 Lf CO 0000 0000 0000 O N 0 0 r -i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 ri U X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X O U Summitview Ave a) LO E to > 0) r-1 Z VI a o 0 C c +, V) O C 'c CD Lit c •'- V U Q Ln 0 0 a) F- 0) s N ri Summitview Ave 'O 0 Nob Hill Blvd 4. S 51st Ave Englewood Ave a) M Ln Z Chestnut St a Ll1 Ln z 0 00 1 0) LO Ln L/1 CU s U V) fo CU 4- M L0 0) 0 CU LO Ln N c V) a) U Ln ld N 00 01 v 'O to a) 2 a) c co 00 0 10. Cornell Ave U 1 0 a) c 0 c .c Io 11. Cornell Ave a) t LO rn -o c N 0, St Helens St 0 c O CU 1— 13. Pleasant Ave N 00 r1 14. Swan Ave 0 0 N Lo 15. Scenic Drive a) M 00 0) O 00 Westbrook Ave U O 0 0 N 17. Westover Dr U O 0 N 18. Chisholm Trail Ln 19. Cherry Ave 0 ce 0) 00 0 O O U a) a' 00 00 O N The initial baseline data is determined by using the 85th percentile which is defined as the speed 85 percent of vehicles are travelling in that particular area. The data results segregate the traffic -calming requests into three categories: 1. At or Below the Speed Limit 2. Within 5 MPH Above the Speed Limit 3. 5 MPH or More Above the Speed Limit At or Below the Speed Limit The 85th percentile of vehicle speeds have been determined to be at or below the posted speed limits on the following streets: • N 11th Ave (Project #1) • S 17th Ave (Project #2) • S 51st Ave (Project #4) • S 63rd Ave (Project #8) • Cornell Ave (Logan Ave) (Project #10) • Pleasant Ave (Project #13) • Swan Ave (Project #14) • Westover Dr (Project #17) The traffic -calming requests for these streets do not warrant traffic -calming measures since the 85th percentile is at or below the posted speed limit. However, the posted speeds for some of these streets are under review. Reduction of the posted speed limit, if warranted, could possibly move a street into a higher risk category. Within 5 MPH Above the Speed Limit The 85th percentile of vehicle speeds have been determined to be within 5 mph above the posted speed limits on the following streets: • N 24th Ave (Project #3) • N 55th Ave (Project #6) • Chestnut St (Project #9) • Cornell Ave (Wash/Pierce) (Project #11) • Scenic Drive (Project #15) • Westbrook Ave (Project #16) • Chisholm Trail (Project #18) • Cherry Ave (Project #19) The traffic -calming requests for these streets indicate further evaluation may be necessary since the 85th percentile is within 5 mph above the posted speed limit. The City will initiate the Education component of the Traffic -Calming procedure for these areas. 5 MPH or More Above the Speed Limit The 85th percentile of vehicle speeds have been determined to be 5 mph or more above the posted speed limits on the following streets: • N 53rd Ave • S 56th Ave • Coolidge Rd (Project #5) (Project #7) (Project #12) The traffic -calming requests for these streets indicate further evaluation is necessary since the 85th percentile is 5 mph or more above the posted speed limit. The City will initiate the Education component of the Traffic -Calming procedure for these areas. The City's new Traffic -Calming procedure is now "data -driven" to determine if traffic -calming measures are necessary when such requests are received. The City will also look for other types of traffic -calming devices to install. Traffic -calming devices to be considered include: • Permanent "speed indicator (radar)" signs • Speed humps • Traffic circles • Sidewalk kickouts/Curb Extension • Chicanes (designed curve in roadway) • Road narrowing • On -Street Parking • Traffic Island/Median It is unknown at this time as to what the timeframe and final costs may be for the traffic -calming requests needing further evaluations; within 5 mph above and 5 mph or more above the posted speed limits. The circumstances surrounding each request may differ with outcomes of resolution occurring at different stages of the process. In addition, the costs of the various types of traffic -calming devices vary. The $130,000 in REET Funds earmarked by City Council will be utilized in working closely with the residents in providing resolutions to their safety concerns of speeding vehicles by means necessary that best fit the situation with the least disruption and impact to their neighborhood. CITY OF Y IMA LEGAL DEP 200 South Third Street, 2nd Fl. 1 Yakima, WA 98901 P: 509.575.6030 1 F: 509.575.6160 TO: PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: COVERED BY THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT AND ATTORNEY WORK PRODUCT PRIVILEGES MEMORANDUM September 30, 2016 Dulce Gutierrez, Chair of the Public Safety Committee Holly Cousins, Public Safety Committee Kay Funk, Public Safety Committee FROM: Cynthia Martinez, City Prosecutor SUBJECT: Survey of City of Yakima Response Attached is a spreadsheet comparing the City of Yakima domestic violence response to the Blueprint for Safety model response. The Blueprint for Safety model response was developed using the data collected from the Minnesota Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence and is considered an evidence based response. At the heart of the Blue Print for Safety model is the Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT). Coordinated in that the team shares common goals and works cooperatively to ensure that their actions further the common goals and also enable other agencies to fulfill their goals. The training I attended in July was focused on measuring CCRT results. At the training, teams from around the country shared their collective goals. I noted common themes among the goals, which are as 'follows: Protect the victim, do no harm to the victim, and hold the defendant accountable. Every policy and protocol in a coordinated response is measured through the goal lens. I have proposed the formation of a City of Yakima CCRT. To prepare this survey I met with most of the agencies involved in the City of Yakima response. All of those 1 spoke with were interested in participating in a City of Yakima CCRT. 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