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06/29/2021 02. Joint meeting with Yakima County Commissioners 1 14 re I',741Iri a6 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 2. For Meeting of: June 29, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Joint meeting with Yakima County Commissioners SUBMITTED BY: Robert Harrison, City Manager SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The Commissioners agreed to discuss the following items: • Yakima Community Care Campus (documents from the County included) • East West Corridor(documents from the County included) • Community Cleanup Partnership (documents from the County included) • SWAT (documents from the City included) • Use of 2163 Funds (no documents provided) ITEM BUDGETED: STRATEGIC PRIORITY: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type D County YCCC opportunities 6/24/2021 Corer Memo ❑ County east west corridor 6/24/2021 Corer Memo ❑ county cleanup program 6/24/2021 Corer Memo O City SWAT documents 6/24/2021 Corer Memo 2 YCCC Informational Opportunities for the City of Yakima Updated June 23, 2021 Meeting to Discuss Options for YCC Date: September 11, 2019 Action items: • Sample zoning narrative developed. City of Yakima Representative present:Sara Watkins YCCC Site Planning Date: October 3, 2019 Action items: • Continuation of the sample zoning narrative development. City of Yakima Representative present: Cliff Moore, Sara Watkins November 2019 YHC General Membership Meeting Date: November 19, 2019 Information presented: • Homeless system needs that could potentially be addressed by the YCCC. • Plans to approve the Mental Health Sales Tax. • Plans to create the Mental Health/Chemical Dependency Charter. • Initial concept proposal. City of Yakima Representative present: Mayor Patricia Beyers, Councilmember Kay Funk,Sara Watkins,Joan Davenport January 2020 YHC General Membership Meeting Date:January 21, 2020 Information presented: • Update that Commissioner Baker was appointed as the Lead Commissioner on the YCCC. • No other updates, as Commissioner Baker was working on getting up to speed with the project. City of Yakima Representative present: None 3 Zoning conversation Date: Unknown I believe this was a phone call, the specific date of which was not documented. However, the conversation that took place between the County and City was referenced in the June 2020 YHC Executive Committee Meeting, as indicated below. Action items: • Discussed zoning restrictions—both on the plot of land the YCCC is located on, and the district it is in. City of Yakima Representative present: Joan Davenport, Sarah Watkins June 2020 YHC Executive Committee Meeting Date:June 16, 2020 Information presented: • YCCC project had mostly stalled, due to COVID. • Received funds from the State for pre-design costs. • Update that the City of Yakima in discussions had determined that there would be no zoning allowance for low-barrier shelter on that site. City of Yakima Representative present:Councilmember Soneya Lund YCCC Concept Discussion Date:June 22, 2020 Action items: • Phone call to discuss zoning at the YCCC site. City of Yakima Representative present:Joan Davenport YCCC Conversation Date:August 24,2020 Information presented: • Overall concept. • Potential floor plan considerations and supporting infrastructure. • Sequential Intercept Model placement. • 2017 Sequential Intercept Model. • Overview of legislative packet used to secure predesign funds. • Review of sample zoning narrative developed in 2019. • Prospective funding opportunities. • Next steps/timeline. City of Yakima Representative present: Sara Watkins,Chief Murray, materials sent to Joan Davenport in a follow up email 4 CoY YCCC Project Update Date: November 23, 2020 Information presented: • Overview of YCCC project concept and goals. City of Yakima Representative present: Bob Harrison,Joan Davenport,Sara Watkins Yakima City Council Study Session Date: March 9, 2021 Information presented: • Overall concept • Supporting infrastructure • Prospective residential pod conversion options • Floor plans • Sequential Intercept Model placement • Rationale for removal of the low-barrier shelter component • Original and updated timeline City of Yakima Representatives present: Mayor Patricia Byers, Councilmember Kay Funk, Councilmember Brad Hill,Councilmember Soneya Lund,Councilmember Eliana Macias,Joan Davenport,Sara Watkins, Sonya Claar Tee March 2021 YHC General Membership Meeting Date: March 15,2021 Information presented: • Overview of the same information prepared for the Yakima City Council Session City of Yakima Representative present:Joan Davenport April 2021 YHC Executive Committee Meeting Date:April 20, 2021 Information presented: • Homeless Response System Sequential Intercept Model design plans (to be used to inform the YCCC planning process, in tandem with the Criminal Justice SIM). City of Yakima Representative: None May 2021 YHC General Membership Meeting Date: May 18,2021 Information presented: 5 • Homeless Response System Sequential Intercept Model design plans (to be used to inform the YCCC planning process, in tandem with the Criminal Justice SIM). City of Yakima Representative: Sara Watkins,Joan Davenport,Sgt. Ritchie Fowler (present to discuss street outreach—not the YCCC) 6 East-West Corridor Project Scope: The City of Yakima and Yakima County are constructing a new corridor, Cascade Mill Parkway,from N. 1St Street in Yakima heading east underneath 1-82 and over the Yakima River ending at Keys Road in Terrace Heights. The Washington State Department of Transportation will build additional lanes on 1-82 from Nob Hill Blvd to the interchange with HWY 12 near Selah including access ramps to Cascade Mill Parkway. Status: Yakima County Phase 1—Construct Cascade Mill Parkway from Keys Road to Butterfield Road in Terrace Heights including new round a bout at the intersection of Butterfield Road, Harford Road and Cascade Mill Parkway. This is currently under construction with completion anticipated later this summer. Yakima County Phase 2—Construct Cascade Mill Parkway from Phase 1 round a bout to the east bank of the Yakima River. We are currently in Right of Way acquisition and environmental review. Construction scheduled for summer of 2022. Yakima County Phase 3—This phase includes a new bridge across the Yakima River,an underpass on 1-82 and the associated roadwork terminating at a new round a bout on the former Cascade Mill property in the City of Yakima. This phase is funded with Connecting Washington money. Construction will commence in the summer of 2023 and is anticipated to take three construction seasons to complete. WSDOT—They are in the very early design and environmental review phases. Construction is scheduled to commence upon completion of the City/County work. This is also funded with Connecting Washington money. WSDOT is concerned that this project is underfunded and is working with local legislatures to secure additional funds. 7 MUNITY CLEANUP PILOT PROGRAM REPORT JUNE 2021 i ' �,If4 , .. - 4 o 4t}}yy!iy / < T ;: { - Overview • This Pilot program partners 14 agencies and jurisdictions to conduct public property cleanups along the Naches and Yakima Rivers, from the Selah Gap to Valley Mall Boulevard • Yakima County serves as the coordinating jurisdiction, and provides free waste disposal at the Terrace Heights Landfill • First partnership meeting held June 16, 2021 with 35 attendees: public property owners, local jurisdictions,fire districts and social service agencies Goals • To eliminate illegal campsites, associated illegal activities and biohazards, and restore these public properties to their natural scenic beauty for the public to enjoy • To provide safe, hazard-free access to the public How to Get It Done • Invite ongoing commitment from public property owners and agencies to meet the goals • Develop consistent "voice" and messaging among agencies • Coordinate regular partnership cleanups of illegal campsites • Conduct regular "sweeps" of properties to ensure they remain clean, safe, and inviting to the public 8 Accomplishments Most Recent Cleanups • June 24 (in progress): WSDOT, Yakima County, City of Yakima removed illegal camps and mowed brush between 1-82 and Boise Cascade in Yakima • June 23: WSDOT and Yakima County removed nearly 7 tons of garbage from WSDOT property at the end of North First Street in Yakima Earlier 2021 Cooperative Cleanups • Partners removed over 30 tons of garbage, conducted 6 cleanups, and 25 site visits in March and April • Participating partners: Cities of Yakima and Selah; Yakima County; Greenway Foundation; WSDOT, Camp Hope and Greenway Foundation Next Steps • Prepare partner resource list • Post properties with consistent signage (e.g., "Day Use Only," "No Trespassing") • Continue organizing cleanups and sweeps 9 Memorandum To: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members From: Bob Harrison, City Manager Date: June 24, 2021 RE: SWAT costs The City of Yakima maintains a specialized weapons and tactics team (SWAT) which is both a City asset as well as a regional asset. Under City Resolution (likely different at the County) R- 2016-009, the City entered into an interlocal agreement (ILA) between the Yakima Police Department and the Yakima County Sheriff's Office to jointly cooperate and form a Critical Response Unit (CRU) that incorporates maintaining a SWAT team and Crisis Negotiations Team (ILA enclosed). The enclosed memorandum from the Finance Director and Police Chief is focused on the cost distribution of the SWAT program. The City will continue to invest in and maintain a SWAT unit which is an important part of the police services provided to our community. However, the structure of the current ILA results in an inequitable distribution of the costs of service and response. Under Section 4, Personnel and Supervision, the agreement states that each participating agency shall bear the financial responsibility for its own employees including, but not limited to, salary, benefits, and workers compensation insurance in accordance with each agency's policy. However, there is a significant variance between the cost of providing the service and the distribution of those costs relative to the value received (e.g. where the calls are located). As reflected in the attached memorandum, it is estimated that the City's cost of providing SWAT services is approximately $700,000 annually. Based on usage of SWAT, the City is receiving approximately 60% of the benefit and the County 40% (this includes all other cities within the County). Applying that formula to overall expenditures, the City is estimated to spend $700,000 annually, but receives only $400,000 of benefit from the in-field use of SWAT and the balance, $300,000 is the approximate cost for outside the City boundaries. In addition to the personnel costs, the City takes on the liability of damages to personal property, claims, insurance and litigation (these costs aren't addressed in the ILA). The City would have to do a more detailed analysis of these costs but for the purposes of the analysis provided by the Finance Director and Police Chief, they used a general estimate of 10% of the cost (approximately $70,000) of the $700,000 estimate. Given the upcoming ballot renewal of the public safety levy, there needs to be discussion with the County Commissioners about the inequities in the financial model being utilized by the agencies to provide this service. 10 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT MUTUAL AID BETWEEN THE YAKIMA POLICE DEPARTMENT and THE YAKIMA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE WHEREAS, law enforcement agencies have the responsibility of protecting lives and property and keeping the peace; and WHEREAS, it is necessary and desirable that a cooperative agreement be executed for the purpose of forming and maintaining a Critical Response Unit ("CRU") that incorporates both a Special Weapons and Tactics ("SWAT") team and Crisis Negotiations Team ("CNT") comprised of commissioned officers from both agreeing agencies which is capable of responding to incidents of a high risk nature, and WHEREAS, multi-agency participation in this agreement is possible by Chapter 10.93 RCW (Mutual Aid Peace Officers Powers Act) and Chapter 39 34 RCW (Interlocal Cooperation Act) NOW THEREFORE, it is mutually agreed as follows; 1. PARTICIPATING AGENCIES The agencies that have agreed to participate in this Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") are the Yakima County Sheriff's Office and the Yakima Police Department (referred to herein as this "Agreement") 2. DURATION AND TERMINATION This Agreement shall become effective on the date it is executed by both signing parties and is intended to be indefinite. Any agency may terminate their participation in this Agreement without cause, by providing no less than thirty (30) days written notice to all parties signing this document, PROVIDED that any obligation or liability arising directly or indirectly for an occurrence prior to the date sought for such termination shall not be excused. 3. PURPOSE The primary purpose of the CRU team is to provide specialized support in handling critical field operations where special tactical deployment methods beyond the capacity of field officers appear to be necessary Such operations include but are not limited to hostage taking, barricaded suspects, snipers, execution of high-risk search warrants, terrorist acts and other high-risk incidents. 4. PERSONNEL AND SUPERVISION Each participating agency shall bear the financial responsibility for its own employees including but not limited to salary, benefits, and workers' compensation insurance in accordance with each agency's policies 1 11 Day to day operations of the CRU team will be supervised by a member(s) of the Yakima Police Department designated as the CRU Team Commander, and Team Leaders as necessary. Selection of Yakima County Sheriff personnel assigned to the CRU team will be the responsibility of the Yakima County Sheriff in consultation with the Team Commander. Personnel assigned to CRU must meet minimum qualifications and maintain team standards as outlined in the CRU policies. The selections process will include but not be limited to an oral board, physical agility test, and a SWAT basic handgun and rifle qualification course. Once assigned to the CRU team, each member will be required to maintain a passing score on the physical fitness evaluation and the firearms qualification no less than twice yearly. They must also meet training attendance standards as per the Standard Operating Procedures of the CRU team. Personnel and agency specific matters that arise from conduct other than when deployed or assigned to the CRU are to be handled through the officer's respective agency per its policy and procedure protocol. Any conflict in agency/CRU policies must be immediately presented to the CRU commander and the officer's supervisor. 5. PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT No transfer of any property between the parties or to any third party is provided for by this Agreement. No fixed assets or personal or real property will be jointly or cooperatively acquired, held, used, or disposed of pursuant to this Agreement. Each agency will furnish required firearms, ammunition, duty belt, holster accessories, ballistic vests, chemical mask and carrier, and portable radio equipment capable of transmitting and receiving messages on its local and State Police Radio Network. Each agency is responsible to provide the member with the appropriate uniform (as designated by the CRU Commander) that identifies the officer as a member of law enforcement, as well as weather resistant garments as designated by the Team Leader. Each team member has the responsibility for appropriate security and use of CRU team equipment and vehicles assigned to the CRU and should seek approval from a Team leader prior to the use of CRU assigned equipment. 6. RECORDS AND REPORTS CRU activation reports and incident reports will be maintained by the Yakima Police Department under the control of the Team Commander. 7. USE OF WEAPONS/FIREARMS Team members will follow the Standard Operating Procedures and guidelines for the SWAT team in the use of firearms. No automatic weapons will be deployed without consent of the Team Commander or designee except in exigent circumstances. 2 12 All weapons and equipment used by the members shall be approved by the CRU Commander, including any modifications, additions or attachments. Repair, maintenance and replacement are the responsibility of the owner agency of the weapon and/or related equipment. 8. NOTICES Unless stated otherwise herein, all notices and demands shall be in writing and sent to the parties at their respective addresses as follows: To the City of Yakima: Chief of Police Yakima Police Department 200 South Third Street Yakima, WA 98901 To the Yakima County Sheriff's Office: Yakima County Sheriff Yakima County Sheriff's Office 1822 South First Street Yakima, WA 98903 or to such other addresses the parties may hereafter designate in writing. Notices and/or demands shall be sent by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid. Such notices shall be deemed effective three (3) business days, excluding holidays, after mailing or immediately upon being hand delivered to the address specified above. 9. LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION Each party hereto shall be responsible and assume liability for its own wrongful or negligent acts or omissions, or those of its officers to the fullest extent required by law, and shall save, indemnify, defend and hold harmless all other parties from such liability. In the case of negligence of more than one party to this Agreement, any damages shall be in proportion to the percentage of negligence attributed to each party, and each party shall have the right to contribution from the other party in proportion to the percentage of negligence attributed to the other party. Nothing contained in this section of this Agreement shall be construed to create a liability or a right of indemnification in any third party. The provisions of this section shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement. 10. MISCELLANEOUS Any provision of this Agreement that imposes an obligation that continues after termination or expiration of this Agreement shall survive the term or expiration of the Agreement and shall be binding on the parties to this Agreement. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. The venue for any action to enforce or interpret this Agreement shall lie in Yakima County, Washington. 3 13 11. FILING Pursuant to RCW 39.34.040 regarding methods of filing agreements pursuant to the Interlocal Cooperation Act, a copy of this Agreement shall be filed with the Yakima County Auditor, or, alternatively, listed by subject on the public agency's website or other electronically retrievable public source. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Memorandum of Understanding. YAKIM OLICE DEPARTMENT YAKIMA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE re; / J 4.,:t„ Chief Dominic Rizzi Sheriff Brian Winter I Date: 2 �1 A ^) Zd/G Date: _ ) Z j— I Approved as to form for Yakima County: hAVA4 Wi-eA J VI% Stefanie J. Weigand Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney ATTEST: No4,, ATTEST: Q.,00024 Sonya GI ar Tee, City Cle„,`;., •\'<f, } y iera Girard, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners City Contract No. aCi(P Vi Resolution No. R-X)117-0Ci(1 4 14 (Mutual"Ai(Agreement between'Yr ;an YSO): DONE this a f p day of U , 2016 BOARD OF YAKIMA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -s• Michael D. Leita, Chairman - O• •:Cj �rf"i/, Excused ��I+f 11 ��1`,`` Kevin J. Bouchey, Commissioner \VA:Q.4a_, jcia:____40 Attest: Tiera L. Girard J. 'ta d Elliott, Commissioner Clerk of the Board Constituting the Board of County Commissioners -- -• for Yakima County, Washington BOCC26-2016 January 26, 2016 15 k:.11. FINANCE TO: Bob Harrison, City Manager City Council FROM. Steve Groom, Finance Director Matt Murray, Police Chief DATE: June 24, 2021 RE: Annual Cost of SWAT operations This is to provide data to inform a discussion concerning the City of Yakima's cost of providing SWAT police operations inside and outside the City of Yakima. Logistics SWAT operations require a level of preparedness that includes knowledgeable, experienced officers, training, equipment and support. Staff consists of SWAT officers and trained negotiators. SWAT-specific training consists of 20 hours monthly plus a week-long training annually. There is equipment required specific to SWAT that is issued to each officer. When incidents occur, Yakima SWAT deploys, whether it is inside the city or outside the city. Some incidents outside the city do stem from Yakima Police Department investigations. There are two color-coded charts attached that detail whether specific SWAT activations required the full team or a partial team, were pre-planned missions, how many hours were required of each, and limited address and incident data. The takeaway is that Yakima SWAT is the only SWAT team in the area. The Yakima SWAT team consists of members from the Yakima Police Department and Fire Department (27), Yakima Sheriff's Office, (5), Union Gap Police Department (3), Grandview Police Department (2), Washington State agencies (3) and volunteer medical and mental health (4). The City of Yakima supplies the largest number of officers to the Yakima SWAT team and thus bears the largest logistical expense for both personnel and equipment. Cost Analysis Finance department staff analyzed the cost of SWAT training, equipment and deployment based on a three-year history of activity supplied by Police department staff. The following summarizes the cost analysis spreadsheet that is attached. Cost Estimate. Staff estimates that the total cost of city-provided Personnel, equipment, and share of administrative costs is $700,000. This excludes costs provided by other agencies. In-City vs. Outside City. Based on historical data from 2018 through the present, 56% of the personnel time was for incidents inside the city or from incidents stemming from in-city investigations; 44% of personnel time was for outside-city incidents. Cost-Sharing. 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