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10/12/2021 03. Council Review of Proposed 2022 Budget- 3 of 4 1 14-41 ,\ • i rr 11 i � "i enc u nrry 1 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 3. For Meeting of: October 12, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Council Review of Proposed 2022 Budget- 3 of 4 SUBMITTED BY: Bob Harrison, City Manager Jennifer Ferrer-Santa Ines, Director of Finance and Budget SUMMARY EXPLANATION: This is the third of four scheduled study sessions on the proposed 2022 Preliminary Budget. 9:00 — Introduction— Bob Harrison Follow-up from prior session (if needed) Recap (brief) Jennifer Ferrer-Santa Ines General Fund Expenses Overview Continued Department Presentations 9:15 Fire — Chief Aaron Markham Capital Plan 9:30 Overview of all capital funds (RE ET 1, RE ET 2 and TB D) — Scott Schafer Enterprise Funds Department Presentations 10:00 Airport— Rob Peterson 10:25 Water, Irrigation -Dave Brown 10:50 Wastewater, Stormwater— Mike Price 11:10 Transit—Alvie Maxey 11:30 Refuse — Loretta Zammarchi 11:45 Questions, discussion, direction The remaining session is scheduled as follows: Thursday, October 14, 2021 from 9:00 am to noon 2 ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Public Trust and Accountability APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type D Oct 12th Main Presentation 10/8/2021 Presentation D Oct 12th Refuse Presentation 10/8/2021 Presentation 2021 Budget Study Session #3 Oct. 12, 2021 A ° i;\ vs Clear — Reliable — Trustworthy - City Manager- Introduction FIRE DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS ✓ Received the 2020Army Community Partnership Award ✓ Replaced two MAKO breathing air compressors in fire stations ✓ Replaced 39 sets of structural - — _ firefighting personnel protective r turnouts NN ✓ Designed and ordered two KME fire ' ' engines ✓ Received delivery of a new Oshkosh - • r-s Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting orew._ - — 11, '�� Apparatus2021 ' 111] 1 'in.)) • N ........ .„ . ...,z,„ ...,.._ __ _ __---- -mer • , II IP' Or lail m� �IIe •Nay I, -• `I 0 Yakima FireD r m n -YFD epatet FIRE DEPARTMENT-GENERAL FUND 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 10,374,564 $ 10,937,464 $ 7,018,230 $ 11,017,597 Benefits $ 3,182,926 $ 3,283,402 $ 2,166,246 $ 3,312,474 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 413,495 $ 312,200 $ 275,602 $ 322,000 Professional Services $ 1,416,779 $ 1,017,067 $ 611,007 $ 1,212,660 Debt Principal Payments $ 214,378 $ 154,508 $ 154,508 $ 162,278 Interest and Other Debt Costs $ 48,105 $ 37,874 $ 20,868 $ 29,954 Total Expenditures $ 15,650,247 $ 15,742,516 $ 10,246,462 $ 16,056,963 FIRE CAPITAL 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 21,721 $ 30,000 $ 17,135 $ 30,000 Professional Services $ 49,637 $ 50,000 $ - $ 50,000 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 191,401 $ 1,680,000 $ - $ - Total Expenditures $ 262,759 $ 1,760,000 $ 17,135 $ 80,000 FIRE DEPARTMENT GOALS ➢ Conduct 2022 Fire Academy for new hires in first quarter ➢ Continue structure firefighting PPE replacement plan ➢ Order additional KME fire engine (same design as 2021) ➢ Replacement of additional vehicles, i.e. (chassis brush truck, command vehicles, and inspector vehicles) .tpKIMq C ..4MI D N ' FIRE DEPARTMENT itRE DO% PERFORMANCE STATISTICS 2019 2020 2021 2022 Auxiliary Actual Actual Estimated Projected Fire 512 562 616 649 Rupture/Explosions 17 12 19 21 Hazardous Condition 177 177 184 194 Service Call 1,097 1184 1314 1385 Good Intent(response to report of fire/other hazardous conditions) 1,464 1820 2020 2130 False Call 642 652 724 760 Other(miscellaneous request for service) 24 29 32 34 EMS/Rescue 6,618 7169 7958 8400 Total 9,087 11605 12867 13573 5 REET 1 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Revenues Forecast Local Real Estate Excise Tax $ 1,576,455 $ 1,592,000 $ 1,592,000 $ 1,592,000 $ 1,592,000 $ 1,592,000 Transfers 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 Total Revenue Forecast $ 1,660,903 $ 1,676,448 $ 1,676,448 $ 1,676,448 $ 1,676,448 $ 1,676,448 Debt Service Expenditures 2020 Fire Station WV/92nd(Ref) $ 72,345 $ 70,298 $ - $ - $ - $ - 2003 SunDome Expansion 145,746 147,934 150,000 - - - 2018 Street Resurfacing Project 399,664 399,664 399,664 399,664 399,664 399,664 2010 Railroad Grade Separation 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 84,448 Total Debt Service Expenditures $ 702,203 $ 702,344 $ 634,112 $ 484,112 $ 484,112 $ 484,112 Total Funded Expenditures $ 1,375,017 $ 3,944,614 $ 4,114 $ 4,114 $ 4,114 $ 4,114 Total Debt Svc&Funded Expenditures $ 2,077,220 $ 4,646,958 $ 638,226 $ 488,226 $ 488,226 $ 488,226 Beginning Balance $ 3,544,984 $ 3,128,667 $ 158,157 $ 1,196,379 $ 2,384,601 $ 3,572,823 Projected Ending Balance $ 3,128,667 $ 158,157 $ 1,196,379 $ 2,384,601 $ 3572,823 $ 4,761,045 6 RE ET 1 s 1 sic ir -46 J �� r 5 in- r is h", 1/4. y : i.t leki i Fill L ..._ e R "� 4• .- . , i .`_ ••wt taa - . ' ...,•��.••' n }`tom!{II. .t . ti, 1 c• : =T cj' j'�rr BEET 2 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Revenues Forecast Real Estate Excise Tax $ 1,576,454 S 1,592,000 S 1,607,920 S 1,623,999 S 1,640,239 $ 1,656,641 Debt Service Expenditures 2020 Downtown Futures(Ref) $ 134,355 $ 130,553 $ - $ - S - $ - 2014 Street Improvement Project 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 - - 2009 Railroad Grade Separation 171,704 170,879 170,053 169,228 168,402 167,577 Total Debt Service Expenditures $ S06,039 $ 501,432 $ 370,033 $ 369,228 $ 168,402 $ 167577 Funded Expenditures City Service Allocation $ 6,270 $ 5,487 $ 5,487 $ 5,487 $ 5,487 $ 5,487 Operating Supplies 350,000 353,500 357,035 360,605 364,211 367,853 LED Traffic Signal Replacement 50,000 50,000 - - - - Opticom System Upgrade 25,000 25,000 - - - - Pavement Condition Index(PCI) 100,000 - - - - - Street&Traffic Chip Sealing 350,000 350,000 - - - - Street&Traffic Grind&Overlay 750,000 750,000 - - - - Street&Traffic Sidewalk Repair 50,000 50,000 Street&Traffic Traffic Calming 35,000 35,000 Street&Traffic Traffic Signal Maint 75,000 75,000 Street Lights 30,000 30,000 - Total Funded Expenditures S 1,821 270 S 1,723,987 5 362,522 5 366,092 5 369,698 $ 373,340 Total Debt Svc&Funded Expenditures $ 2,327,329 $ 2,225,419 $ 732,575 $ 735,320 $ 538,100 $ 540,917 Beginning Balance $ 2,004,985 $ 1,254,110 $ 620,691 $ 1,496,036 $ 2,384,715 $ 3,486,854 Projected Ending Balance S 1,254,110 5 620,691 5 1,496,036 5 2,384,715 S 3,486,854 S 4,602,578 c R E ET 2 1 . , . ,.- " ,,.- i . .- -t „„•... . . • • .,. , • , ,,. , is it I,- .. :.; I . - --. IP t. • -- I 1 ' _..... --- St :_, r_c c . • .. ,• . ,. .. ,..... . . ; .e. i v 1 15 - , . .•- . . , - - STREETS - TBD 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Revenues Forecast Property Tax 5 206,500 5 392,522 5 396,447 5 400,411 5 404,415 5 408,459 Transportation Benefit District(TBD) 1,725,613 1,725,000 1,725,000 1,725,000 1,725,000 1,725,000 Capital Assessment/Miscellaneous 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 NHPP Federal Grant - 2,090,000 - - - - Bond Proceeds - 10,000,000 - - - - Total Revenue Forecast 5 1,982,113 514,257,522 5 2,171,4-17 5 2,175,411 5 2,179,415 5 2,183,459 Debt Service Expenditures N 1st St Revitalization-Phase 3 5 - 5 - 5 1,000,000 5 1,000,000 5 1,000,000 5 1,000,000 Funded Expenditures City Service Allocation 5 576 5 4,865 5 4,865 5 4,865 5 4,865 5 4,865 Transfer(River Rd S1ED- 142) 62,800 62,800 62,800 62,800 62,800 62,800 4th St Sidewalks 130,000 - - - North 1st St Revitalization-Phase 2 CN 2,248,472 North 1st St Revitalization-Phase 2 CE 475,000 North 1st St Revitalization-Phase 3 CN - 7,590,000 5,500,000 North 1st St Revitalization-Phase 3 PE 250,000 32,000 North 1st St Revitalization-Phase 3 CE - 500,000 500,000 - - - Professional Services 140,000 Total Funded Expenditures 5 3,306,848 5 8,189,665 5 6,067,665 5 67,665 5 67,665 5 67,665 Total Debt Svc&Funded Expenditures 5 3,306,8-18 5 8,189,665 5 7,067,665 5 1,067,665 5 1,067,665 5 1,067,665 Beginning Balance 5 3,833,625 S 2,508,890 S 8,576,747 S 3,680,529 S 4,788,275 S 5,900,025 Projected Ending Balance 5 2,508,890 5 8,576,747 5 3,680,529 5 4,788,275 5 5,900,025 5 7,015,819 10 STREETS - TBD iiiiatet • .I of r ,,f. t� _`i Gl. Itil ...._ • r •ft " � i 11 Airport ________ ma, , 7 s.« ^'r P► --\ _ "N.,... -- 44 . _ - �. ::ma y.',. _ - �` - . 12 FLY >r Y ' . M Primary services provided by this department include: 1. Airport Management and Administration 2. Federal Aviation Administration Grant Administration 3. Airfield and Terminal Maintenance 4. Snow Removal Operations 5. Airport Operations 6. Hazardous Wildlife Management 7. Business Development/5-Year Capital Improvement Plan 8. Heavy Equipment Operations and Repairs 9. Airfield Construction Administration and Management 1o. Airport Security and Badg i ng 11. Landscaping and Janitorial Services 2021 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Upgraded Airport Fuel Dispensers At Airfield Maintenance Facility&Acquire Airfield Maintenance Forklift r...- 34FLVV'.M yQ � i o $34,100 1 Acquired Aircraft Rescue And Fire Fighting Apparatus (Oshkosh Striker)—May _ = 4 ,, 2021 o $1,012,086 Design And Engineer East General Aviation Rehabilitation Project(2022 Construction) o $176,280 Installation Of 28 Closed Caption Television System (Cctv) In Passenger Terminal Building o ^$40,000 `' Expanded Air Service With Additional Flight Frequency To Seattle On Alaska Airlines Adopted Airport Layout Plan With Narrative Report—September 21, 2021 o $440,735 •� K - , b Cares, Crrssa, Arpa Grants: $3,651,610Operations&Maintenance $74,315 Concession Relief • i • re itei- 's' =' 14 AF' Ir- fi•r. • j y _ NINO • 14 -- GOALS :._._, • .- •,�6J) l • Rehabilitation of East General Aviation Apron (Spring) $2,261,362 * / > Main Terminal Building- Installation of automated security exit lane system—Winter 2021-Spring 2022 $130,000 • Design, Engineer, Construction of Taxilane Charlie Extension $2,600,000 • Main Terminal Building- Environmental Documented Categorical Exclusion $35,410 > Main Terminal Building—Roof replacement �+ a', _�— $65,000 1 _ _ _- > Air service development _ _ -- _ $100,000 -S i ➢ Rehabilitation of Airport Administration Office r mirR��E �$100,000 ...„, _,____ I ( i , _- L___t__...- -1.___ ii et- _ _ IIIIIIII: m :i= r� 15 It �- 111 ma 1' j., • ,, e u ` I IIIIIIL r r . 1 • • 1 F; .._ .- '-'7,:-.' ,:t I 1 1 Z • >, '_fit._ :I 4K , rh /, I j ars ••• I �, It,. f 17 c 1: l c 15y \, i ! f i I a ) / r , x Water WATER OPERATING 2020Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 1,919,445 $ 2,243,730 $ 1,297,111 $ 2,282,044 Benefits $ 832,609 $ 923,457 $ 550,297 $ 898,350 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 589,080 $ 536,100 $ 280,210 $ 537,200 Professional Services $ 4,279,493 $ 5,005,508 $ 3,232,635 $ 5,388,697 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 54,640 $ 238,000 $ 113,621 $ 238,000 Debt Principal Payments $ 741,844 $ 815,428 $ 741,844 $ 816,501 Interest and Other Debt Costs $ 36,779 $ 80,786 $ 33,857 $ 75,527 Transfers Out $ 958,621 $ 966,121 $ 392,329 $ 3,000,000 Total Expenditures $ 9,412,511 $ 10,809,130 $ 6,641,904 $ 13,236,319 WATER CAPITAL 2020Actual 2021Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Professional Services $ 49,484 $ 45,183 $ 3,455 $ 55,088 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 358,890 $ 6,059,000 $ 1,682,744 $ 4,446,900 Transfers Out $ - $ - $ - $ 1,099,897 Total Expenditures $ 408,374 $ 6,104,183 $ 1,686,199 $ 5,601,885 Water Goals ➢ Construct repairs to first level reservoir ➢ Install a valve into the first level reservoir fill line. ➢ Replace water mains in N. 15t Street ➢ Perform water system leak detection to reduce unaccounted for water ➢ Meet performance criteria for treating water and meet Treatment Optimization Performance goals • Design water mains in undeserved low-income areas of the city “We YNip. �� ` . . 1 ..,. . ... .... eol Yrrw.W.Y :. 1 I. 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Google .Earth ``k 50o ft �� Irrigation IRRIGATION OPERATING 2020Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 529,951 $ 577,171 $ 355,229 $ 589,143 Benefits $ 240,768 $ 247,580 $ 157,585 $ 238,648 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 100,745 $ 95,600 $ 53,975 $ 95,600 Professional Services $ 891,709 $ 957,624 $ 743,205 $ 1,016,490 Transfers Out $ 45,000 $ 55,000 $ (4,583) $ 400,000 Total Expenditures $ 1,808,173 $ 1,932,974 $ 1,305,411 $ 2,339,881 IRRIGATION CAPITAL 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Professional Services $ 360 $ 44 $ 29 $ 6,257 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 1,230,864 $ 6,300,357 $ 246,177 $ 16,400,000 Transfers Out $ 318,760 $ 272,550 $ 136,275 $ 272,150 Total Expenditures $ 1,549,984 $ 6,572,951 $ 382,481 $ 16,678,407 Irrigation Goals ➢ Build Nelson Dam Removal: Water Supply, Riverine Process and Fish Passage Improvements through an Interlocal agreement with Yakima County Flood Control Zone District. 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SLUDGE I� rLttUOG> f REMOVAL t� \I+ REMOVAL } CHLORINE-IOW or ULTRVIOLET ACTIVATED%LI tE UM.IUW COARSE DEBRIS SCREEN SLUDGE DIGESTERS SOLIDS DISPOSAL 2019 2020 2021 2022 Wastewater Treatment Actual Actual Estimated Projected Billion Gallons/Yr.Treated 3.3 3.1 3.2 3.3 _ Laboratory Tests/Month 1,850 1,850 1,875 1,900 _ Permitted Hydraulic Capacity(MG,average day peak month) 21.5 21.5 21.5 21.5 _ Average Day Peak Month 11 10.4 11 11.5 _ Percent of Permit Capacity 53% 48% 51% 53% — Peak Day 12 12 13 13 _ Pounds of Organic PollutantsTreated(BOD) 10,458,740 10,500,953 10,800,000 11,000,000 Permitted BOD Loading(Average Day/Max. Month) 53,400 53,400 53,400 53,400 _ Actual Load Average Day/Max. Month 37,205 38,515 39,000 39,500 _ Percent of Permit Capacity 70 72 73 74 Pounds of Total Suspended Solids(TSS) 8,756,711 8,304,031 8,350,000 8,500,000 Permitted Suspended Solids Loading(Avg Day/Max Month) 38,600 38,600 38,600 38,600 _ Actual Load Average Day/Max.Month 28,491 27,434 28,500 29,000 _ Percent of Permit Capacity 74 71 74 75 Biosolids(Dry Tons) 1,278 1,295 1,315 1,330 Treatment Costs $8,511,626 $7,847,670 $9,373,810 $9,130,240 24 Total Facility Debt Service&Cash Contribution for Capital $2,130,247 $3,528,131 $4,048,969 $2,568,649 Wastewater WASTEWATER 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 3,735,660 $ 4,762,619 $ 2,325,588 $ 4,743,656 Benefits $ 1,694,325 $ 1,909,301 $ 937,581 $ 1,885,261 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 984,003 $ 1,185,008 $ 652,575 $ 1,130,300 Professional Services $ 8,579,466 $ 10,112,525 $ 5,990,914 $ 10,118,909 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 7,798 $ 175,000 $ - $ 60,000 Debt Principal Payments $ 724,588 $ 725,977 $ 725,977 $ 649,779 Interest and Other Debt Costs $ 24,542 $ 43,992 $ 22,551 $ 39,870 Transfers Out $ 4,946,366 $ 6,612,979 $ 3,190,709 $ 11,008,648 Total Expenditures $ 20,696,748 $ 25,527,400 $ 13,845,895 $ 29,636,423 WASTEWATER CAPITAL Combined Funds: 472,476&478 2020Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Professional Services $ 428,761 $ 2,003,972 $ 245,625 $ 5,453,148 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 4,333,887 $ 8,984,617 $ 1,953,232 $ 9,815,000 Total Expenditures $ 4,762,648 $ 10,988,589 $ 2,198,857 $ 15,268,148 Wastewater 2021 Accomplishments ✓ Odor Control System Installation at Beech Street Lift Station ✓ Rehabilitated 16,000 linear feet of failing concrete pipe with cured-in-place lining technology ✓ Completed existing system capacity upgrades to serve developed Millsite ✓ Treatment Plant Biogas Chiller installation for improved utilization of digester biogas for fuel Goals Complete Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Update > Complete Wastewater Treatment Facility Plan Update • Wastewater Treatment Plant NPDES Permit renewal from Department of Ecology > Contract for physical condition assessment of wastewater collection system using remote video robot technology • Cost of Service/Rate Study to reflect updated NPDES Permit and Planning document updates Stormwater STORM WATER 2020Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 557,324 $ 894,832 $ 503,530 $ 928,943 Benefits $ 254,044 $ 381,140 $ 223,475 $ 374,742 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 66,732 $ 72,000 $ 31,050 $ 60,000 Professional Services $ 1,520,432 $ 1,639,073 $ 966,119 $ 1,903,894 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ - $ 15,000 $ - $ - Transfers Out $ 1,260,000 $ 1,278,000 $ 604,000 $ 1,600,000 Total Expenditures $ 3,658,532 $ 4,280,045 $ 2,328,175 $ 4,867,578 STORMWATER CAPITAL 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Professional Services $ 121,691 $ 422,246 $ 105,262 $ 124,977 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 1,161,120 $ 5,711,464 $ 790,898 $ 2,850,000 Transfers Out $ - $ - $ - $ 1,099,897 Total Expenditures $ 1,282,811 $ 6,133,710 $ 896,160 $ 4,074,874 Stormwater 2021 Accomplishments ✓ Stormwater Effectiveness Study ✓ Independent NPDES Permit Compliance Audit ✓ Street Flood mitigation projects—Arlington Avenue ✓ Drainage Improvement District integration Goals Complete Stormwater Collection System Master Plan Update • Creek bacterial loading TMDL—source identification and mitigation requirements ➢ Cost of Service/Rate Study to reflect Stormwater Collection System Master Plan update ... • i e IIda T ♦ nau - 919 • Tst�Gn FMH) r \ .'t1 ♦ • ir.c.mp Otis . 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L Van IMO • • 29 _ A __ _ Transit TRANSIT 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Salaries and Wages $ 2,769,177 $ 3,360,214 $ 1,943,489 $ 3,460,465 Benefits $ 1,512,904 $ 1,700,760 $ 910,006 $ 1,658,883 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 452,868 $ 746,050 $ 368,249 $ 718,000 Professional Services $ 3,031,605 $ 8,407,776 $ 2,292,832 $ 7,628,334 Total Expenditures $ 7,766,554 $ 14,214,801 $ 5,514,577 $ 13,465,682 TRANSIT CAPITAL 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 3,291 $ - $ - $ - Professional Services $ 25,523 $ 2,399 $ 1,799 $ 6,778 Capital Outlay over$5000 $ 11,389 $ 3,031,616 $ 32,548 $ 3,304,616 Total Expenditures $ 40,203 $ 3,034,015 $ 34,347 $ 3,311,394 1.Summitview/Lincoln - e- 0 0 w Route 2. Tieton/Nob Hill "- gt. O Legend 3. Mead/Fruitvale 4. Fruitvale/Mead "` _" eAvoVI 0 ix, It 5. Nob Hill/Tieton CO .sr Valley - 6. Fair Ave I No. 4t" St Q l 7. 40t"Ave./Washington ~.. 8. Yakima Ave 1, 9. 1st Street/Washington -- - t 12. Fair Ave.!No. 4th St. _�.,�..._,.�. __ \` 30 4 Questions ? Next session -October 14th @ 9am 1 ^ it II II Clear — Reliable — Trustworthy - h i qh • f • O Ili 1�kt . RpORATED 1g Solid Waste Et Recycling Division . Loretta Zammarchi Solid Waste Et Recycling Manager Solid Waste Services The mission of the Solid Waste and Recycling Division , (SWRD) is to protect the public health and safety of the • City and all residents of the City by providing quality ,� -\ . municipal solid waste services that are efficient, cost , . , effective and environmentally responsible I! i j ::: _ mi .i , We are an Enterprise Fund with a budget of $8.4 million 4"—t PI " i -1, . Revenue is generated by rates - based on the cost of ,', '� = ! r, service. . K og t Solid Waste Services The Refuse Division provides weekly curbside residential garbage and yard waste service to • approximately 26,000 single family and 320 multi- r a — family residents. fl We service approximately 7 060 accounts a dayrunning - - PP Y � g .._ � 14 routes - " tkritifilvityr �" Collected 34,487 tons of garbage (2020) Recycled 4,051 .87 tons of yard waste (2020) ! t ( i - y Saw an 18% increase in collected waste over 2019 yy Anticipate approximately 33,500 tons garbage (2021 ) 4 'MP t Covid had a big impact on our Division Solid Waste Services ,., Refuse Fleet consists of 21 trucks which includes , , o -T-. Eituo .-4, automated side loaders, Rear loaders 1 CLEAR GAEEN kik Front loaders •� _ f _ a PS 2 a Solid Waste Division 14 Solid Waste Division has a replacement vehicle fund �ria' :_,,- ' - - - t 3362 ' . We put aside approx. $62,000/month r iiii., __ EV iii' 'v . .. d k .. .. .., . ., el . „ . .. :os. . ., . . . . . re / , _ , . r i i • ' \ . .4 410h.-- 0 , — AZ* - .. _ •- -..""a sm..._— 4. Budget Projections REFUSE 2020 Actual 2021 Amend Budget YTD Actual 2021 2022 Projection Revenue $ 8,325,947 $ 8,239,134 $ 6,075,063 $ 8,612,839 Expenditure �/`� .,,,,: Salaries and Wages $ 1,240,446 $ 1,476,790 $ 868,245 $ 1,546,912 Benefits $ 584,304 $ 655,522 $ 399,453 $ 637,043 �,. 0* # 4 Supplies and Minor Equipment $ 283,795 $ 427,068 $ 293,815 $ 424,631 Professional Services $ 5,556,707 $ 4,834,323 $ 3,808,683 $ 5,849,732 Let >, Transfers Out $ - $ 730,000 $ (60,833) $ - Total Expenditure $ 7,665,253 $ 8,123,704 $ 5,309,363 $ 8,458,318 A{ 1, a. Lii , . , . . . . __ _ _ . _ 1 „ , / , . _ _ _ . !,, ! b JBudget Projections - Tryto set rates for five years 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Disposal 1,064,983 1,092,084 1,156,111 $1,270,428 $1,474,633 $1,548,365 $1,647,430 $1,666,149 $1,768,388 Labor 1,252,260 1,287,274 1,278,960 $1,350,622 $1,457,021 $1,494,074 $1,578,554 $1,637,050 $1,697,758 I 1 Operational 1,512,194 1,676,011 1,636,658 $1,983,951 $1,732,647 $1,811,740 $1,877,184 $1,946,033 $2,018,561 Cart/Cont F' 88,027 103,292 121,311 $ 97,595 $ 255,130 $ 155,000 $ 162,750 $ 170,888 $ 179,432 Div Admin 404,161 451,761 537,006 $ 513,761 $ 752,644 $ 885,356 $ 927,815 $ 961,802 $ 997,058 • City Admin I 956,953 950,270 1,058,199 $ 896,532 $ 910,636 $1,005,572 $1,040,767 $1,077,194 $1,114,896 City Tax 1,064,2021,150,738 1,281,436. $1,234,182 $1,326,000. $1,372,410 $1,420,444 $1,470,160 $1,521,615 11 Refuse Tax a 270,565 278,088 307,208 $ 318,180 $ 310,560 $ 321,430 $ 332,680 $ 344,324 $ 356,375 Total 6,613,343 6,989,517 7,376,890 $7,665,251 $8,219,271 $8,593,947 $8,987,625 $9,273,599 $9,654,083 Electronic Routing In 2016 the Division moved to q \ �► LookoutPois>tq' r r electronic routing and real a , ` vi ' - - ` .- .; t ` „r �;:f� , time tracking of its routes. ti -A ) A `,,„ - 'ik t`:z ` ;` li Y -• J Knsu tin. COWh+ �Gt- 1�1 3`5J ', �_ 14 Routes electronically a Cr"Pk , J'� , 1,,,4 , Rest'y7�!?� j" monitored over 152,000 points ►► Elka Park �� Rd v of contact a month over 1 .8 4.reni_.._ _, 8-5 ;`,�', Terrace I ® 1. 9-4 ` Fights million a year 12-4 5-1' , ® U _ __ �Heights Dr Park al YakimT Tacca 12-3 il-9-.1,k' 3-4 6-4 The benefits include more . . � .:mmltvie,a AveAvg 8-4 ® ':: Kiwa .. 5•=°5' K 11-1 7-4'' akinYr�v 6-5: n efficient route scheduling, 12-5 �;_ 41, �Jr '�T ,.__,r i 1 ~ 7-1 t8-3 82, • leton Dr ^� '•� Sportsman real-time service quality ,est,, t 8-3 �, Perk Y 11-2 1' Fo _uurc 9 3-2 ..3'3 Central - monitoring, more accurate (� _ tatePro, barman ` 9-5 Mate Pa 5 e. Park 1; -Hob' 1u- w billing and greater f 11Par �� L g 3 ¢3, `r WIDE HOLLOW 'alley Park r Rar:i — ® 6_3 9-5 r X E E ALL transparency across fleet [1-4 •�- f:,b. h = '1 3 ah0,- r Ave-0) U ... i�EmEtE r•/ 7-5E p Zlr f Rd �[ r 2• operations. .:Ve$t .E 11-5� _,ykr,,, r—,1A':; I � - 8 ''valley ,xp, '4 Creek High ' 'J c 1¢5 J.Goal: Update our technology. -- Rd Yakima Alr Apple T1p¢A Terminauk Anistpr Valley t ccident d course '+ i AHlAIVUM LLtY - -----_ creiek - WVaIleyMaIIFf0.vd ' • Keep current with industry __ reo ,,;` standards. Bachelor Creek ---- - __ WAhtanumRd Union Gap Ahtanum - - .. ; Youth aey Pak o o� i - i_, ('�. . ---- ° 'moo Real Time TrackingAllows for Improved Customer Service and Accurate Billing .,... Ns, Jan-22-2018 10:05:02 GIS 687560 SWTRX Cart/bin: 1600760 is overfilled. Jan-22-2018 10:04:50 GIS 687559 SWTRX Photo posted. Cart/Bin: 1700919 687559-SWimage.jpg . Jan-22-2018 10:04:49 GIS 68755E SWTRX Cart/bin: 1700919 is overfilled. *, Jan-15-2018 09:52:37 GIS 678291 SWTRX Driver found cart/bin: 1600760 not out. - t Jan-15-2018 09:52:37 GIS 678292 SWTRX Photo posted. Cart/Bin: 1600760 678292-SWimage.jpg lir- - . It Jan-15-2018 09:52:26 GIS 678288 SWTRX Photo posted. Cart/bin: 1700919 678288-SWimage.jpg J Jan-15-2018 09:52:25 GIS 678287 SWTRX Driver found cart/bin: 1700919 not out. 1 Jan-08-2018 08:40:06 GIS 669557 SWTRX Cart/bin: 1600760 is overfilled. . ;A ', Dec-26-201710:08:22 CPU 655016 INQRY General Inquiry Dec-26-2017 10:45:58 GIS 655007 SWTRX to Close to vehicle-Associated to cart... Dec-26-2017 10:05:55 GIS 655006 SWTRX to Close to vehicle-Associated to cart... I Dec-26-201710:04:25 GIS 655001 SWTRX Photo posted. Cart/Bin: 1700919 655001-SWimage.jpg Dec-26-2017 10:04:23 GIS 655000 SWTRX Too close too objectifence/vec/post-... • Nov-27-2017 08:51:20 GIS 619874 SWTRX Photo posted. Cart/bin: 1600760 619874-5Wimage.jpg _—— Nov-27-2017 08:51:19 GIS 619873 SWTRX Cart/bin: 1600760 is overfilled. _ Nov-16-2017 07:46:39 LM1 607063 INQRY General Inquiry __.ter ` ` Nov-15-201714:38:22 LM1 606455 !WRY General Inquiry = — _ — j li. The back office can confirm overfill, cart not out, extra bags F in - ,/ - 1 real time by viewing data that the Driver has downloaded in the field. Customer's account is immediately updated dated and _ appropriate fee applied. ha11enges Growth is a continuous challenge. We have doubled the size of the city collection in the last 10 years. We now collect out to 96th Ave. Have to continue to look for efficiencies Covid Closure of Terrace Heights Landfill (2027-2030) Building of TH Transfer station hauling waste to Cheyne landfill 38 miles away Increase in cost due to transportation, increase in handling and operational costs What new diversion opportunities can we develop Keeping the Rates Fair and Equitable China Sword Recycling ill .. ,. . �� •/l F .Y.+ , �} 11.E I.. lii 1 1 Since 2017, China has taken a number of � i :-�� : steps/ includingestablishingbans and imposing .I r , p g k I . -1; strict qualitystandards to restrict �. R> ` T .7_..d. ';% recyclable materials imported into China. I ' '7 ..lf Vidirin. -i t it ,,,, L t. - . 44, t. �. � These measures resulted in significant impacts r cj • I 7f � b4 tin on recycling within the U . S. , and the rest of >� x' f :�ri . : % .. the world . 7 Becausemuch material hadpreviously been - � � �� -� #-� � -� �so uc ate al p ev ously ' x i .absorbed by China, the impacts have been4 _ as 4e, I � : dramatic. Costs have increased and revenues `� - : *,; lig ; have decreased. v. : - "There has been a disturbance in the global recycling market" ,� GOOD NEWS : DEVELOPMENT OF DOMESTIC MAR Plastic Pap - 'h.-coves 'IN TA.G^I OUFPFf. W _ ,rr`d _ • cr, cA Q ucnn, . . p uoon . .„,'v.,O v VI,Nticr, I NORT,I Pooand - MarredWASHINGTON • MONTANA DAKOTA > :S9r� ciaaa9 I.Kli:INF-..; 0,1..•.va F.1,ntiP1 Sear, I vov O - COG,. 1E9VJ+* SOUTH '1 c,lc,. .., v uI„n 'ra9cmc,- 0 ORFGON DAKOTA q4 E'tt .•c.sc 1 "`i IDAHO - M.aE / h9a+c9+�4,.,cra r WYOMING ice, p'' r .r . . > f I I :T�: 9 v9911 ION';. - n:n_aae 9 i NFRRATKA a-vx>nr,n,^";"ol L r Qi• _. ® i,,,l,phle United States 'r"xJls nnan9 oFr, u9n P+I '90 o� UTr,F9 United States :GALA tAl9nx M tty M.,,.l 9sanpA3 of San Fran ;.,,l,It,Uii KAN:;AS Sa9aeo.ya W Sr9F ancaca 9 :I mo ..�:. Ala} .En r,(9, /;9:IVA oLas Vegas 9 CA-f:;h A lat`rS rIY.TAIa l/ 0KIAH061 hNNQFF 91 Los'♦�/ie5 ARIZONA e. •l. - c,.,,,.,. >r9 a::°o��A NEW MEXICO ,II, PP cwotte oSanDiego Dallas Q :.I o:RgCes ..•..A u„cn 99.AI ,. uame :note TFXA; - F -. Santego _ Pooe9a Ural M.S11iy1 a./,¢u.. � . . _ V ir9Ci -- IFS Houston ,, Q/ nio9nir v.vc9, Auon ra.ar.n .),IYAx, .x5ovae (:)4 -v"" s.Ancab e9, 7' V uTamv Me9,�ico """`A C. NaNenay ➢,9 Mexico Div Dominican rr-.-- e..o.'. 0 •Rnanahli- The Northeast Recycling Council reported the expansion or construction of 20 US-based and two Mexican mills that will increase capacity by 4,5 million tons annually of recycled cardboard and mixed paper. Manufacturing capacity is expected to increase over the next 18 to 36 months steadily. Source: Northeast Recycling Council press release, November 18, 2019 (wwvyf .lorg) Ing CITY OF YAKIMA Clean city • Protect COMMUNITY CLEAN UP SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH 2021 \111 / , ., ' 4 t Big Challen • Illegal Dum ' Issues „ , _ . _, , _ , . , w ....... . , . ..._____ , _ ... .., ......_, .. _.......,_... _ . „,„Tr....7wir -. ‘,.- _, ,, $ _ ., _ . „ _ _ „. .. _ • z.,... . . _ , ... ... .. 4, ,. ., ._*. .. , ILO Ar Dumps aremajor issuefor the �'` 4 ~ .= Illegal u ps a ajo o r : r� ...i City and Refuse Division _ . • • In 2019 and 2020 over 3 ,314 illegal = �- -. , _ , ,, �..Y dumps were cleaned and closed by �:._. . the Refuse Division �, This includes over 2,634 tires Over 270 tons Costing over $231 ,600 to address • . ► YTD 2021 approximately 160 tons * - _ 11.11: 1 AWE? collected �' .�~.. ii, . ai_ - - v. .,..., :-....... ,s Community Clean - ups - , .4 r , . . i . !„. i fi / _./ '` Refuse Division organizes la _/."f_ Communityclean-ups within — � � p �� f : ILI ,' 4 communities of need as well as �� L -.. where there is support from = JUL__ =;�\ �" _ = y' 1 `�" volunteers ~: _ Clean-ups average $7,000-$8,000 = - per events. t _ _. �r Event provides a platform for Public @off Outreach and Education J 1._ __ A _ - Brings community together I'I m � _ . s_ T _, l r Individuals learn about Refuse !'id,,„ ..., u � :. 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Tire .[ES SCHWAS- , CLEAN THE CHURCH OF - - • JESUS CHRIST *041 H P.�NG _ '.�Ci �LJ� [i-4 57---!, OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS lik 'ARLI'�GTfl1 COLLECTION SITE9 `-�� I �.` • REFUSE DIVISION tom-, ur r‘ci°C1 O\DS -.., M� � s � HOGBACK STREETS DIVISION- ; J YAK 1 M A IH EP I"�IO11Lk IH EF YAh-I14iA '� Yakima CLEAN CLEAN COUNTY riS s a f e Valley OF Sale Communities Neighbor by Neighbor - i, -OVERFLOI - l•:t-4 i "n�. 2- HOGBACK 1 = 1, ``` •" °,,, HOGBACK HOGBACK G. . :.+5 ��-_= -A n.t i DEVELOPMENT Having a good time at Mckinley Elem . -- r' VIII! II s. . 011.1 ...- ' -- I, II \ Y •010 :,.. mei , ........rikowit • • �� %'�:a r: }�- `' "- �.at„f' r� -. - ` - Ili; r � �' r�'':-::"......so...k...1:::. rr.:el az% } r 3 � Y� -x .,,y. R .�:� . a• ,,��ss 4"�' "".{� y�.} • ,}. 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