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08/02/2021 10. 2020 City of Yakima Transportation Benefit District Annual Report 1 • I.:41 rr 11 i i�O enc u nrry 1 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 10. For Meeting of:August 2, 2021 ITEM TITLE: 2020 City of Yakima Transportation Benefit District Annual Report SUBMITTED BY: Scott Schafer, Public Works Director- (509) 576-6411 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The City of Yakima (City) established a Transportation Benefit District (TBD)on January 10, 2017 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, providing and funding transportation improvements within the TBD. Funding is provided by a$20.00 car tab fee and generates approximately$1.6M per year. The funding is to address the transportation improvements identified in the approved 20-year project list. Enclosed is the 2020 City of Yakima Transportation Benefit District Annual Report. It indicates all of the TBD activities that were conducted in 2020 and the expeditures. The report also indicates the proposed projects planned for 2021 . ITEM BUDGETED: Yes STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Public Trust and Accountability APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: Accept Report ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type D 2020 TBD Annual Report 7/19/2021 Presentation 2 - 2020 CITY OF YAKIMA TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT ANNUAL REPORT 3 Transportation Benefit District RCW 35.21.225 authorizes the legislative authority of a city to establish a transportation benefit district(TBD)for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, providing, and funding transportation improvements within the TBD, subject to the provisions of Chapter 36.73 RCW. On January 10, 2017, the Yakima City Council passed Ordinance No. 2017-002 which created a TBD with boundaries coterminous with the boundaries of the City of Yakima (City) in accordance with Chapter 36.73 RCW. The TBD is governed by the members of the City Council, acting as District Board of Directors. With the passage of Ordinance No. 2017-002, the City Council assumed the rights, powers, immunities, functions and obligations of a TBD in accordance with RCW 36.74.010. Funding The City Council passed Ordinance No. 2017-033 on December 5, 2017 establishing an annual vehicle fee in the amount of twenty dollars ($20.00)for the purpose preserving, maintaining, operating, construction, or reconstructing the transportation infrastructure and funding transportation improvements that have been identified in the approved 20-year project list. 20 Year Project List (2017) Est. Start Street Projects District Est. Cost Construction River Rd. 34th to 40th(SEID Loan Payment) 5 $750,000 Completed N. 1st St. Revitalization (20 yr. Bond) 1,4,5 $10,802,260 2022 1st St./Washington Ave. Intersection 3 $2,000,000 2022 Powerhouse Rd./Englewood Intersection 5 $728,000 2023 Nob Hill/Fair Ave. Intersection 2 $256,000 2024 6th Ave. Roadway 1,5 $5,591,760 2025 Est. Start Sidewalk Projects District Est. Cost Construction Naches Ave—Walnut to Pacific 2 $330,000 Completed 4th St. —Walnut to Pacific 2 $315,000 Active Browne Ave.—7th Ave. to 16th Ave. 5 $336,000 2021 Mead Ave. —27th Ave. to 28th Ave. 3 $17,000 Active Fair Ave. —Pacific to Nob Hill 2 $370,000 2022 Pacific Ave. — Fair Ave. to Jail Property 2 $300,000 2022 88th Ave. —Summitview to Tieton 6 $650,000 2023 N. 16th Ave. —SR-12 to River Rd. 5 $250,000 2023 Nob Hill Blvd. — 12 St. to 14th St. 2 $130,000 2023 3rd Ave. —Nob Hill to Walnut 4 $480,000 2024 Mead Ave. Pedestrian Signal at 10th Ave. 3 $300,000 2024 44th Ave. —Viola to Randall Park 7 $275,000 2026 Chestnut Ave.- 56th Ave. to 70th Ave. 6 $448,200 2027 Note: Estimated costs were generated in 2017 and do not account for inflation. In addition, the annual revenue generated from the$20 Car Tab Fee exceeds just over$1.6M. The Project List was originally determined based on receiving an estimated annual revenue of$1.5M. 4 2020 Financial Report 2020 Financial Summary of the TBD activity for the City of Yakima: Beginning Fund Balance $ 2,178,084 2020 Revenue $ 1,686,603 Professional Services $ 218,628 Capital Outlay $ 53,248 Transfer Out* $ 62,800 Total Expenditure $ 334,676 *Debt Service-River Rd. 34th to 40th(SEID Loan Payment) 2020 Projects Sidewalk Projects • Mead Ave. Sidewalk Project (27th Ave. to 28th Ave.) — Sidewalks are needed along Mead Ave. from 27th Ave. to 28th Ave. This project will provide one-half block of new sidewalks for the neighborhood. Work is already underway in the acquisition of the necessary right-of-way required of the project by the Engineering Division. This project remains active. • 4th Street Sidewalk Project (Walnut to Pacific) —The project consists of the removal of problematic trees that were disrupting sidewalks, replanting of acceptable trees, repair sidewalks and add ADA ramps. This project remains active. itii 01',AV"'W.+. 1 441"rilft !'''''t,'- ,t ' • 11111 0 .,•1Y.L- ^it f r'i r"L -- ,4:: ¢is - 'u+ ry7 \SH '' '.74` -^ - , . • t '� _ • . • ,ale • Completed sidewalks with ADA ramps on 41h St. 5 2021 Scheduled Projects Street Project • N. 1st St. Revitalization Phase 2 — Estimated cost = $3.1M ($2.3M TBD) - The original N. 1st St. Revitalization Phase 2 consisted of improvements from N St. to MLK Jr. Blvd. This project has since been divided into Phase 2 (N St. to J St.) and Phase 3 (J St. to MLK Jr. Blvd.). Phase 2 will consist of upgrading the water mains to ensure proper fire suppression while meeting water usage demands, addition of necessary stormwater drainage system, sidewalk, curb, gutter, ADA ramps, grind & overlay of roadway, including the upgrade/addition of street and pedestrian lighting. The project is to be funded by Water and Stormwater Capital Funds and approximately $2.3M of TBD funds Sidewalk Projects • 4th Street Sidewalk Project (Walnut to Pacific)— It is anticipated that this project will be completed in 2021. • Browne Ave. (7th Ave. to 16th Ave.) — Estimated cost = $336,000 -This project will consist of replacing and installing approximately 8,700 square feet of new sidewalk, 880 linear feet of curb and gutter, installation of 10 ADA ramps and repair approximately 3,030 square feet of driveway approaches. •• = fi - am rt:: ;. - 1% - •2tRIr • ~ • ,r' *AU, .' .2 340614* Deteriorated sidewalks along Browne Ave 6 • Mead Ave. (27th Ave. to 28th Ave.) —Work will continue to provide the installation of sidewalks from 27th Ave. to 28th Ave. It is anticipated that this project will be completed in 2021. Report prepared by: Scott Schafer Public Works Director July 1, 2021