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$15.6M $15.6M E $15.6M E Solid boxes represent realized investment; Checkered boxes represent planned investment Infrastructure Deficit 4 | 2016 Strategic Plan Progress Report Infrastructure Major Challenge Areas 1. Aging Infrastructure (Utility Services) • Replaced approximately 585 water service connections, jetted 710 miles of sewer, repaired 110 hydrants, operated 3,233 valves, replaced 24 valves, video inspected approximately 103 miles of sewer and performed approximately 57,000 "Call Before You Dig" utility line locates. • Completed programmable logic controller change outs and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system integration for all remote sites. • Continued preventative rehabilitation of four water reservoirs. • Completed the first phase of pump station, lift station, and major utility structures condition assessments. • Completed the Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) unit process mapping and criticality weightings for 33 unit processes. 18,000,000 16,000,000 14,000,000 12,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 $17.1M $17.1M • Finalized agreement for the procurement and implementation of RivaAMP, a renewal forecasting tool which will be used to develop long-term renewal and replacement strategies for Utility Services assets. • Coordinated for the successful completion of updated water and wastewater master plans for the Canyons development. 2. Aging Infrastructure/Infrastructure & Deferred Maintenance (Public Works, Parks and Recreation) • Completed new design standards for raised cycle track and buffered bike lane striping that standardizes both to minimize future maintenance cost. • Received Nevada Department of Transportation funding for the purchase of electric vehicles and street/trail sweepers to replace aging equipment. One electric vehicle and charger, two street sweepers and one trail sweeper have been procured. • $79,107 in non-resident fees generated as a result of Parks and Recreation pricing study were received and allocated to infrastructure maintenance projects. • Energy audit and financial analysis was performed to determine the potential savings and impact of implementing an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC). • Residential Construction Tax (RCT) trail maintenance funding was used to perform needed repairs and asphalt treatments to the city’s trail system. - FY2014 Q4 FY2015 Q4 FY2016 Q4 FY2017 Q1 FY2017 Q2 Capital Refresh Safety Capital Refresh IT Refresh City Shop Maturing Neighborhoods Planned Underexpenditure Planned Xerox Savings Planned Energy Savings Future Project Future Project


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