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Resolution 17-103-CCBOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE 2018-2023 GRANT COUNTY CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN RESOLUTION No. 17- /0S -CC GRANT COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT WHEREAS, the Grant County Board of County Commissioners intend to fully comply with the laws and regulations of the State of Washington, and; WHEREAS, the Grant County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Growth Management Act compliant Comprehensive Land Use Plan in September of 1999, and; WHEREAS, the Grant County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Growth Management Act compliant update to its Comprehensive Plan as mandated in 2006, and; WHEREAS, the Grant County Board of County Commissioners are currently preparing an update to its Growth Management Act Comprehensive Plan, and: WHEREAS, the Capital Facilities Element and Plan are a required element of the Growth Management Act Comprehensive Plan, and; WHEREAS, pursuant to RCW 36.70A.130 amendments to the Growth Management Act Comprehensive Plan may occur more frequently than once per year for a limited number of reasons, adoption of the Capital Facilities Element in conjunction with budget is one of the allowable reasons, and; WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners intend on adopting an updated Capital Facilities Element annually with the County budget, and; WHEREAS, the Capital Facilities Element is a planning document that guides spending policies and required capital improvements for Grant County. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, THAT the Board of County Commissioners for Grant County, Washington hereby adopt the attached 2018- 2023 Capital Facilities Element. Page 1 of 2 EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon signature. DATED this 4th day of December 2017. ATTEST: Barbara J Clerk of th BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Yea Nay Abstain GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON ICI e-,e&T5 Cindy Carter, Chair Richard Stevens, Member Thomas Taylor, ember Page 2 of 2 9 Capital Facilities Element 9.1 Introduction Capital facilities help define the quality of life for residents of Grant County. Capital facilities include roads, bridges, sewers, parks and open spaces, drinking water, stormwater, and all the government buildings which house public services. To approach these projects in a coordinated and cost-effective way, the County has developed this Element. In order to comply with state laws, to maintain and improve public services to citizens, and to accommodate orderly growth, Grant County anticipates a continued investment in its capital facilities over the planning period. 9.2 Relationship to Other Plans 9.2.1 Growth Management Act Requirements The Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Element is required under the GMA and is an important part of Grant County's Comprehensive Plan. According to Growth Management Procedural Criteria (WAC 365-196- 415), the CFP Element should contain at least the following features: • An inventory of existing capital facilities • A forecast of the future needs for capital facilities • Proposed locations and sizes of expanded or new capital facilities • A 6-year plan that will finance capital facilities Grant County Cornprehensive Plan 2018 1 September 2017 • A requirement to reassess the Land Use Element if funding falls short of meeting capital facilities needs as well as ensure consistency between the Land Use and Capital Facilities elements with its associated financing plan The CFP must be financially feasible; probable funding must be in place to pay for capital facility needs, or else "reassess the Land Use Element." If the costs of the CFP exceed the available revenue to pay for them, the County must reduce its level of service, reduce costs, or modify the Land Use Element to bring development into balance with available or affordable facilities. The GMA does not preclude the County from taking other steps before reassessing land use, including reduction of level of service standards, reducing the quality of facilities that meet the quantitative standards, or reducing demand by reducing consumption. Other requirements of the GMA mandate forecasts of future needs for capital facilities and level of service standards of facility capacity as the basis for public facilities contained in the CFP. As a result, public facilities in the CFP must be based on quantifiable, objective measures of capacity, such as traffic volume capacity per mile of road. One of the goals of the GMA is to have capital facilities in place concurrent with development. This concept is known as "concurrency." In Grant County concurrency means the following: • Facilities to serve the development shall be in place at the time of development (or for some types of facilities that a financial commitment is made to provide the facilities within a specified period of time) • Such facilities have sufficient capacity to serve development without decreasing levels of service below minimum standards adopted in the CFP The GMA requires concurrency for transportation facilities. GMA also requires all other public facilities to be "adequate." Along with the CFP included as part of this Comprehensive Plan, the County has adopted the Unified Development Code as the development regulations to implement the Plan. The development regulations provide detailed regulations and procedures for implementing the requirements of the Plan, including concurrency requirements (GCUDC Section 25.20). Each year the CFP is updated as part of the County's budgeting process to incorporate the updated capital improvements in the plan. 9.2.2 County -Wide Planning Policies This element is also developed to be consistent with the County -Wide Planning Policies. The Policies that address capital facilities are summarized as follows: Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 2 September 2017 Policy # 8 — Analysis of Fiscal Impacts Fiscal Impact: In order to ensure that our County -wide policies and future individual growth plans and capital facilities funding programs adequately address cumulative potential impacts on the revenues of local government, a joint fiscal impact study should be conducted, focusing on: • Capital facility debt financing capabilities and burdens of the individual local governments, and the options and potential for sharing debt capacity and responsibility for capital facility financing among and between local governments, special purpose districts, and the private sector; • The structure of revenues that operate local government and the potential for new revenues or an alternate system of distributing existing funds. Impact Fees: Each jurisdiction is encouraged to adopt fair and reasonable impact fee ordinances to ensure that new growth pays its fair share of the cost of capital facilities, such as transportation improvements, parks, and schools. 9.2.3 Plans of Other Jurisdictions Several non -County public facility and service providers, including the Grant County PUD, school districts, fire districts, sewer districts, and water districts have prepared capital facilities plans for their services and facilities. Any identified public facility improvements that are not owned or operated by the County should be included in the annual budgets and CIPs of the entities which provide those public facilities. State, local government, and district plans that are affected by proposed public facility improvements will be considered prior to inclusion of the improvements in the CIP. This includes considering a city's comprehensive plan when evaluating proposed improvements that affect that city's UGA. 9.3 Why Plan for Capital Facilities? There are at least three good reasons to plan for capital facilities: 1) the GMA requires the County to do so; 2) the citizens and sound fiscal management of public funds demands it; and 3) eligibility for grants and loans for infrastructure development depends on it. 9.3.1 Growth Management Capital facilities plans are one of six elements required by the GMA. A CFP is required in order to: 1. Provide for and accommodate capital facilities for land development envisioned in Chapter 5 — Land Use Element; Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 3 September 2017 2. Maintain the quality of life for existing and future development by establishing and maintaining level of service standards for capital facilities; 3. Coordinate and provide consistency among the many plans for capital improvements, including: a. Other Elements of this Plan; b. Master plans and other studies of local government; c. Plans for capital facilities of state and/or regional significance; d. Plans of adjacent local governments; and e. Plans of special districts. 4. Insure timely provision of adequate facilities as required in the GMA; and 5. Document all capital projects and their financing, including projects to be financed with impact fees and/or real estate excise taxes that are authorized by the GMA. The CFP is the element that makes the rest of the Comprehensive Plan take shape. By establishing levels of service as the basis for providing capital facilities and for achieving concurrency, the CFP determines the quality of life in the community. The requirement to fully finance the CFP (or revise the future land use plan) provides a reality check on the vision set forth in the Comprehensive Plan. 9.3.2 Sound Management Planning for capital facilities and their costs enables Grant County to: 1. Demonstrate the need for facilities and the need for revenues to pay for them; 2. Estimate future operation and maintenance costs of new facilities that will impact the annual budget of the County; 3. Take advantage of sources of revenue that require a CFP in order to qualify for the revenue; and 4. Receive better ratings on bond issues when the County borrows money for capital facilities, and thus reduce the cost of borrowing money. 9.3.3 Eligibility of Funding Many grant and loan programs require local governments have a CFP to be eligible for this funding. 9.4 Levels of Service 9.4.1 General Levels of service are usually quantifiable measures of the amount of service public facilities provide. Levels of service may also measure the quality of some public facilities. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 4 September 2017 9.4.2 Method for Establishing Levels of Service Established Levels of Service support a financially feasible CFP. This is done by establishing levels of service standards that are measurable and financially feasible for the 6 fiscal years following plan adoption. The standards for levels of service are found in Table 9-1. These standards, as adopted, will determine the need for capital improvement projects, and they are the benchmark for testing the adequacy of public facilities for each proposed development where the "concurrency" requirement has been established. The adopted levels of service standards can be amended, if necessary, once each year as part of the Comprehensive Plan's amendment. Table 9-1 Level of Service Standards � County Roads outside of UGAs and Rural Activity Centers ' ....6,.:.�..�...?F.�ua �..,...o..... i Ratio of Volume to Capacity w., .,....<.::✓ �.............�,. B County Roads within Rural Activity Centers Ratio of Volume to Capacity D Solid Waste Availability of system components B1 1. See Chapter 10 - Utilities Element. 9.5 Major Issues 9.5.1 Impact Fees Impact fees are authorized by statute for road, school, park, and fire safety improvements according to very specific criteria (RCW 82.02). If the County ever elects to add this optional revenue source, additional documentation and calculation will be needed to comply with the impact fee law, and an ordinance will need to be enacted, following appropriate level of public hearings. 9.5.2 Infrastructure Cost Recovery Fiscal imbalances occur among local governments as a result of infrastructure investments and the government finance structure in Washington State. Sometimes counties are at a disadvantage, other times it is cities. For example, counties sometimes install new roads or parks only to have them annexed by cities. Conversely, cities sometimes annex areas not having adequate urban -level infrastructure, and the city must make the improvements to bring the facilities up to municipal standards (i.e., curb, gutter and sidewalk, public water and sewerage systems). Many local governments throughout Washington have established mechanisms to address infrastructure and annexation. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 5 September 2017 9.6 Planning Assumptions 9.6.1 General 9.6.1.1 Definition This Capital Facilities Element is concerned with needed improvements which are of relatively large scale, are generally non -recurring, and which may require multi -year financing. For the purposes of this Plan, a "capital improvement project" is defined as land, improvements to land, structures (including design, permitting, and construction), initial furnishings, and selected equipment, resulting in a capital expenditure and having a service life of at least 5 years. Other "capital" costs, such as motor vehicles and motorized equipment, computers and office equipment, office furnishings, and small tools are considered to be minor capital expenses in the County's annual budget, but such items are not "capital improvements" for the purposes of this Comprehensive Plan, or the issuance of development permits. 9.6.2 What Facilities are Included in this Plan? Grant County maintains a comprehensive capital facilities inventory to meet insurance requirements that is incorporated by reference into the Comprehensive Plan and available upon request. The County's existing public facility inventory is updated annually. General capital facilities owned and maintained by the County include: • Roads and related transportation facilities (located outside city limits) • County administrative buildings • Fairgrounds • Parks • Solid waste management and recycling services • Stormwater management • Corrections • Juvenile detention • Law enforcement Grant County Courthous fpla eholder] caption. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 6 September 2017 9.7 Locally -Generated Revenue Locally generated revenues can be used to cover costs of capital facility improvements as well as the expenses of replacing and updating existing facilities, administration, operations and maintenance, and debt service on previous system improvements. Typical local revenue sources include the following: • General government taxes such as property taxes and sales tax • Revenue or general obligation bonds • Local Improvement District (LID), Utility Local Improvement District (ULID), or Road Improvement District (RID) formation as an equitable assessment of benefited properties • Developer financing, or improvements made in lieu of financial contributions, using a variety of extensions and agreements tailored to specific projects • County funding with a general facilities charge assessment made to each property in the benefited area • Creation of special districts, such as a County Road Improvement District, with a rate structure to generate required revenue Several of these revenue options are discussed below. 9.7.1 Revenue Bonds The most common source of funds for construction of major utility improvements is the sale of revenue bonds. The tax-free bonds are issued by the County. The major source of funds for debt service on these revenue bonds is from user service rates. In order to qualify to sell revenue bonds, the County must show that its net operating income (gross income less expenses) is equal to or greater than a factor, typically 1.2 to 1.4, times the annual debt service on all par debt. If a coverage factor has not been specified, it will be determined at the time of any future bond issue. This factor is commonly referred to as the coverage factor and is applicable to revenue bonds sold on the commercial market. 9.7.2 General Obligation Bonds The County, by special election, may issue general obligation bonds to finance almost any project of general benefit to the County. The bonds are paid off by assessments levied against all privately - owned properties within the County. This includes vacant property that otherwise would not contribute to the cost of such general improvements. This type of bond issue is usually reserved for municipal improvements that are of general benefit to the public, such as arterial streets, bridges, lighting, municipal buildings, firefighting equipment, parks, and water and wastewater facilities. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 7 September 2017 Inasmuch as the money is raised by assessment levied on property values, the business community also provides a fair share of funds to pay off such bonds. General obligation bonds have the best market value and carry the lowest rate of interest of all types of bonds available to the County. Disadvantages of general obligation bonds include the following: • Voter approval is required which may be time-consuming, with no guarantee of successful approval of the bond; and • The County would have a practical or legal limit for the total amount of general obligation debt. Financing large capital improvements through general obligation debt reduces the ability of the utility to issue future debt. 9.7.3 Utility Local Improvement Districts Another potential source of funds for improvements comes through the formation of ULIDs involving an assessment made against properties benefited by the improvements. ULID bonds are further guaranteed by revenues and are financed by issuance of revenue bonds. ULID financing is frequently applied to utility system extensions into previously unserved areas. Typically, ULIDs are formed by the County at the written request (by petition) of the property owners within a specific area of the County. Upon receipt of a sufficient number of signatures on petitions,. the local improvement area is defined, and a utility system is designed for that particular area in accordance with the County's Comprehensive Plan. Each separate property in the ULID is assessed in accordance with the special benefits the property receives from the system improvements. A County- wide ULID could form part of a financing package for large-scale capital projects such as water supply or storage improvements that benefit all residents in the service area. There are several benefits to the County in selecting ULID financing. The assessment places a lien on the property and must be paid in full upon sale of the property. Further, property owners may pay the assessment immediately upon receipt, reducing the costs financed by the ULID. The advantages of ULID financing, as opposed to rate financing, to the property -owner include: • The ability to avoid interest costs by early payment of assessments; • If the ULID assessment is paid off in installments, it may be an eligible federal income tax deduction; • Low-income senior citizens may be able to defer assessment payments until the property is sold; and • Some Community Development Block Grant funds are available to property owners with incomes near or below the poverty level. Funds are available only to reduce assessments, Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 8 September 2017 The major disadvantageto the County -wide ULID process is that it may be politically difficult to approve formation. The ULID process may be stopped if owners of 40 percent of the property area within the ULID boundary protest its formation. 9.7.4 Developer Financing Developers may fund the construction of extensions to utility systems to property within new plats. The developer extensions are turned over to the County for operation and maintenance when completed. It may be necessary, in some cases, to require the developer to construct more facilities than those required by the development in order to provide either extensions beyond the plat and/or larger pipelines for the ultimate development of the system. The County may, by policy, reimburse the developer through either direct outlay, latecomer charges, or reimbursement agreements for the additional cost of facilities, such as increased size of pumping stations and pipelines over those required to serve the property under development. Developer reimbursement (latecomer) agreements provide up to 10 years or more for developers to receive payment from other connections made to the developer -financed improvements. System Development Charges The County may adopt a system development charge or connection charge to finance improvements of general benefit to infrastructure which are required to meet future growth. System development charges are generally established as one-time charges assessed against new customers as a way to recover a part or all of the cost of additional infrastructure capacity constructed for their use. The system development charge or fee is deposited in a construction fund to construct such infrastructure. The intent is that all new customers will pay an equitable share of the cost of the infrastructure improvements needed to accommodate growth. Non -Local Revenue It is important for the County to identify sources of revenue available from agencies outside the County for implementing projects identified in this Capital Facilities Element. Federal, state, and other public program funds have assisted in financing capital improvement projects in the past. However, such monies have become increasingly scarce in recent years. The following describes several funding sources available to the County without reference to any specific project. The selected funding sources will depend on the status of the County's existing Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 9 September 2017 financial commitments, capital and cash flow requirements, funding source availability, and the impact on the service rates and connection charges. Potential funding sources include the following: • Grants o Department of Community Development o Community Economic Revitalization Board o USDA, Rural Development o Rural Economic Development • Loans o Public Works Trust Fund o USDA, Rural Development 9.7.5 Community Development Block Grant Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) financing is available to non -entitlement cities and counties for projects primarily benefiting low- to moderate -income persons. To be eligible for CDBG. grants, the municipality must be included on the list of eligible jurisdictions and this must be a jurisdiction with at least 51 percent low/moderate incomes. 9.7.6 Community Economic Revitalization Board Grant The Community Economic Revitalization Board finances growth -related infrastructure in economically disadvantaged communities. The program encourages private capital investment and development and creating and retaining industrial jobs. Eligible projects include sanitary and storm sewer, domestic and industrial water, access roads, bridges, railroad spurs, electrical power, natural gas, general purpose industrial buildings, and port facilities. Funding is primarily low interest loans up to $750,000 with a maximum interest rate of 6 percent. Under special circumstances, grants of up to $300,000 may be obtained. Both loans and grants require a minimum 10 percent local match. 9.7.7 USDA Rural Development Rural Development has a loan program that, under certain conditions, includes a limited grant program. Grants may be awarded when the annual debt service portion of the utility rate exceeds 1.0 percent to 1.5 percent of the municipality's median household income. In addition, Rural Development has a loan program for needy communities that cannot obtain funding by commercial means through the sale of revenue bonds. The loan program provides long-term 30 to 40-year loans at an interest rate that is based on federal rates and varies with the commercial market. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 10 September 2017 9.7.8 Rural Economic Development The County receives funding through a Washington State sales tax rebate per RCW 82.14.370, providing Grant and other counties the opportunity of financing "public facilities serving economic development purposes in rural counties, and finance personnel in economic development offices." The funds are used either by the County or disbursed to local government partners in the community for qualified economic development projects that meet statutory requirements as outlined by the Washington State Legislature. 9.7.9 Public Works Trust Fund The Public Works Trust Fund is a revolving loan fund designed to help local governments finance needed public works projects through low -interest loans and technical assistance. The Public Works Trust Fund, established in 1985 by legislative action, offers loans substantially below market rates, payable over periods ranging up to 20 years. Interest rates are 1, 2, or 3 percent, with the lower interest rates providing an incentive for a higher local financial share. A minimum of 10 percent of projects costs must be provided by the local community to qualify for a 3 percent loan. A 20 percent local share qualifies the applicant for a 2 percent interest rate and a 30 percent local share qualifies for a 1 percent loan. The useful life of the project determines the loan term, with a maximum term of 20 years. To be eligible, an applicant must be a local government such as a city or county, or special purpose utility district, and have a long-term plan for financing its public work needs. If the applicant is a county or city, it must adopt the .25 percent real estate excise tax dedicated to capital purposes. Eligible public works systems include streets and roads, bridges, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, and domestic water. Loans are presently offered only for purposes of repair, replacement, rehabilitation, reconstruction, or improvement of existing eligible public works systems, in order to meet current standards and to adequately serve the needs of existing service users. Ineligible expenses include public works financing costs that arise from forecasted, speculative, or service area growth. Such costs do not make a project ineligible, but must be excluded from the scope of their proposal. Since substantially more trust fund dollars are requested than are available, local jurisdictions must compete for the available funds. The applications are carefully evaluated, and the Public Works Board submits to the Legislature a prioritized list of those projects recommended to receive low -interest financing. The Legislature reviews the list and indicates its approval through the passage of an appropriation from the Public Works Assistance Account to cover the cost of the proposed loans. Once the Governor has signed the appropriation bill into law (an action that usually occurs by the following April), those local governments recommended to receive loans are offered a formal loan agreement with appropriate interest rate and term as determined by the Public Works Board. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 11 September 2017 9.8 Capital Improvement Plan The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is prepared to prioritize projects and predict fiscal trends based on revenues and expenditures of the County. This enables the County to maintain and improve public facilities and infrastructure to meet established standards. The CIP is a 6-year list of projects updated at least biannually and used by the County to identify, maintain, and pay for current and future infrastructure needs for services provided by the County. The County prepares a comprehensive capital projects list that correlates funding sources to needed improvements and identifies project funding. The CIP is reviewed and updated in conjunction with the County budget process. Each update to the County's CIP is adopted by reference into the Comprehensive Plan. Because the CIP is a working document regularly amended, it is not included in its entirety as a part of the Comprehensive Plan, but is incorporated by reference. If the County is faced with funding shortfalls various strategies to meet funding needs may be used. These include, but are not limited to, prioritizing projects focusing on concurrency, increasing revenues through use of bonds or user fees, decreasing facility costs by changing the project scope, or revising the Comprehensive Plan's Land Use Element or adopted levels of service. In addition, the year in which a project is carried out, or the exact amounts of expenditures by year for individual facilities may vary from that stated in the CIP due to: • Unanticipated revenues or revenues that become available to the County with conditions about when they may be used; or • New development that occurs in an earlier or later year than had been anticipated. Specific debt financing proposals may vary from that shown in the Comprehensive Plan due to changes in interest rates, other terms of financing, or other conditions which make the proposals in the plan not advantageous financially. Grant County Comprehensive Plan 2018 12 September 2017 Appendix A — 2018-2023 Capital Facility Improvement Projects Department Fairgrounds Facilities and Maintenance Capital Improvement Projects 2018-2023 improvement Restroom #1 replacement Warm-up pen expansion 4-H Building floor refinish/repair Ventilation/fans for Ardell Pavilion Centerfield sprinklers Building ventilation (older buildings) Paving for ADA around Ardell Pavilion New Barns Rodeo Arena upgrades Gravel (multiple locations/improvements) Fuller Building upgrade Perimeter fence repair Rodeo grandstand foundation Rodeo bleacher replacement Old barns re -roofed Lighting upgrade (through attrition) Commercial Building insulation Commercial Building ceiling Water tank replacement Well — Maintenance & Repair PA System replacement 4-H Bldg upgrade Bathroom replacement(s) New horse barns Covered riding arena (Harwood) Underground utilities — sewer ADA pathways, sidewalks Realignment of Airway Drive, parking improvements Sod and landscaping Lighting improvements Tree Removal (East) Fence Replacement (East) Parking Lot and Road resurface (gravel) irrigation system upgrades Terminal units replacement (ongoing) Security improvements — security screening area Security improvements — Enterprise Security system (door security) New Central Services Building Interior improvements (Gen'I) FIR updates, all Courts/Hearing Room Timeframe Status Budgeted 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2014-2019 No 2017 Yes 2017 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2007-2027 Yes 2018-2023 Yes 2018-2023 Yes 2018-2023 Yes 2016-2018 No 2016-2019 No 2016-2019 No 2016-2020 No Funding Source Estimated Cost Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded REET REET Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Fair Bond 309 Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded 2016-2020 Yes Courthouse Bond 308 2017 Yes REET 2016-2019 Yes Trial Court Improvement 40,000.00 15,000.00 5,000.00 Elections Technology Services Youth Services New water softener for L&J Building Sidewalk Replacement (Courthouse perimeter) Interior Improvements Fumishing for Prosecutor's Office Data Center Redundant Cooling Drinking Fountains (x3) Hot water tank replacement (Youth Services) Hot water tank replacement (Courthouse) Ductless Split HVAC Unit (Health District) Rooftop Units (Health District, Storage ) Rooftop Units (Work Release) Installation of 7 new ballet boxes w/labor (unfunded mandate) Switch gear Nexus Ports Cabling Rabid Run (1000-feet) Lavatory remodel (wens, Public/Detention) Security Lighting Package Detention Controls Upgrade Waterline Extension Detention Door Replacement Shower Reair (Detenion x2) Electrical Panel Generator Connect Landscaping HVAC Maintenance (cleaning) Courtroom Security Upgrade (Ephrata) Security in Moses Lake Building (cameras, doors) Parking Lot ADA Painting and Signage Electronic Water Conditioner UV Lights Security Upgrades for PREA Compliance Building Furniture 2017 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2018-2023 2016-2021 2016-2021 2016-2021 2016-2021 2016-2021 2016-2019 2016-2019 2016-2019 2016-2019 2016-2019 2016-2019 2016-2019 2017-2019 2017-2019 2017-2019 2017-2019 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No Yes Law and Justice Funds Courthouse Bond 308 $ 100,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 50,000.00 Law and Justice Funds $ 48,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 6,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 1,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 2,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 2,000.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 3,580.00 Courthouse Bond 308 $ 11,000.00 Law and Justice Funds $ 11,000.00 Current Expense Funds Courthouse Bond 308 Courthouse Bond 308 $ Courthouse Bond 308 Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Law and Justice Funds Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Unfunded Law and Justice Funds 19,000.00 15, 000.00 15, 000.00 6,000.00 Appendix B — Inventory of Capital Facilities 2018 - 2023 Capital Facilities Inventory City footage Building Value Content Value orrice/ uepartmenc Auditor Licensing Office 908 S Central DOL Quincy 2,000 $ 403,142.00 $ 13,031.00 Auditor Licensing Equipment (subject to $2,000 deductible) 35 C Street NW Ephrata 0 $ - $ 35,000.00 Auditor Licensing Equipment (subject to $2,000 deductible) 35 C Street NW Ephrata 0 $ - $ 81,085.68 Building, Fire Marshall, Planning (Former Whitaker Bldg) Building, Planning 264 W Division Street Ephrata 8,925 $ 919,275.00 $ 551,000.00 Coroner Forensic Institute 801 E Wheeler Rd Moses Lake 1,000 $ 52,383.00 $ 36,537.00 Developmental Disabilities Office 1103 Lowry Grant Co Airport Moses Lake 2,000 $ 212,180.00 $ 57,750.00 District Court Grant County District Court Moses Lake 1525 Wheeler Road Moses Lake 13,500 $ 2,810,961.00 $ 57,713.00 Sheriff, Emergency Management County Building, Vehicle Storage & Sheriffs Evidence 403 F Street NW Ephrata 4,400 $ 183,324.00 $ 105,000.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Geo-Thermal Heating Plant & Addition Division C NW and D NW Ephrata 676 $ 12,410.00 $ 367,500.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Ancillary Generator Bldg C Street Between 1st Ave NW Ephrata 120 $ 8,385.00 $ 81,906.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Repair/Maint WS C Street NW Ephrata 1,120 $ 115,360.00 $ 17,375.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Courthouse & Annex 35 C Street NW Ephrata 53,000 $ 24,177,911.00 $ 4,548,221.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Storage & Welding Shop 415 F Street NW Ephrata 4,000 $ 186,719.00 $ 12,409.00 Facilities / Maintenance County Building, Courthouse Storage (Tractor Shed) WS C Street NW Ephrata 180 $ 10,000.00 $ 14,850.00 Fairgrounds 30000 Gallon Water Tank And Raised Stand 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,800 $ 47,272.00 $ - Fairgrounds 4-H Swine Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,933 $ 90,791.00 $ 18,615.00 Fairgrounds Agriculture Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 7,200 $ 305,540.00 $ 5,250.00 Fairgrounds Arts & Crafts Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 6,000 $ 254,616.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds Blue Gate Ticket Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 400 $ 30,900.00 $ 525.00 Fairgrounds Blue Parking Lot (Valley Road) 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 619,988 $ 35,455.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds Bryan Miller Plaza 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 12,000 $ 26,001.00 $ 3,150.00 Fairgrounds Bryan Miter Stage 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 500 $ 47,272.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Cattle Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 56,728.00 $ - Fairgrounds Cattle Barn 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 56,728.00 $ - Fairgrounds Cattle Barn 3954 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 56,728.00 $ - Fairgrounds Center Field Activity Area 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 80,456 $ 69,727.00 $ 4,200.00 Fairgrounds Commercial Building 3954 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 12,000 $ 1,080,489.00 $ 31,500.00 Fairgrounds Community Stage W/Removable Canopy 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 800 $ 7,092.00 $ 1,260.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth G - Block 40 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 320 $ 26,001.00 $ 15,750.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth J-MI Lioness 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 500 $ 41,364.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth B - MI Eagles 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,000 $ 88,636.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth C - No Assigned Vendor 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 288 $ 26,001.00 $ 1,050.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth D - Ncw Community Action Council 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 389 $ 33,091.00 $ 1,575.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth E- MI Moose 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 508 $ 39,243.00 $ 1,575.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth F - No Assigned Vendor 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 210 $ 16,223.00 $ 525.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth H- MI Lions 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,201 $ 92,778.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth I - Ephrata Lions 3956 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 500 $ 41,364.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Nightscare Productions 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 320 $ 30,727.00 $ 1,260.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth M - Cg Boys & Girls Club 3954 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 336 $ 33,091.00 $ 1,260.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth N - Greek/Mae Valley Vfd 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 400 $ 33,683.00 $ 1,575.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth 0 - MI Band Boosters 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 375 $ 33,683.00 $ 1,575.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth P - Eph Kiwanis 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 384 $ 33,683.00 $ 1,575.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth Q - Sacred Heart Guild 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 448 $ 35,455.00 $ 1,260.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth S - Eph Knights Of Columbus 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 650 $ 81,014.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Concession Booth Y - Cbra 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 532 $ 49,636.00 $ 1,260.00 Fairgrounds Dairy Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 56,728.00 $ - Fairgrounds Dairy Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 56,728.00 $ - Fairgrounds Boy Scout Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 4,000 $ 412,000.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds East Campground Development 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 139,080 $ 132,361.00 $ - Fairgrounds FFA Swine Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 4,134 $ 85,161.00 $ 18,615.00 Fairgrounds Flower Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 4,000 $ 309,000.00 $ 8,610.00 Fairgrounds Gc Democratic Party Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 800 $ 61,800.00 $ 1,050.00 Fairgrounds Gc Republican Party Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 768 $ 59,328.00 $ 525.00 Fairgrounds Goat Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 65,920.00 $ 10,549.00 Fairgrounds Livestock Office - Under Barn #27 (Eastside) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 280 $ 21,630.00 $ 4,200.00 Fairgrounds Manufactured Home 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,800 $ 185,400.00 $ 4,200.00 Fairgrounds Message Center / Concession Booth R - Youth Dynamics 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 416 $ 32,136.00 $ 2,100.00 Fairgrounds Milking Parlor 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 352 $ 44,697.00 $ 16,134_00 Fairgrounds MI Gun Clubhouse 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,400 $ 247,200.00 $ - Fairgrounds 1 North Campground Development 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 102,340 $ 23,637.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds Old Rodeo Office (Rodeo Grounds) 3957 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,326 $ 136,578.00 $ - Fairgrounds Overflow Livestock Barn 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 4,400 $ 90,640.00 $ 12,409.00 Fairgrounds Pavilion Campground Development 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 85,312 $ 23,637.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds Poultry And Rabbit Barn 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 4,000 $ 99,272.00 $ 22,050.00 Fairgrounds Pumphouse #3 Small Well (Shop Area) 100 Gpm 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 144 $ 11,124.00 $ 26,061.00 Fairgrounds Pumphouse #2 Large Well (Rodeo Grounds) 500 Gpm 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 240 $ 6,969.00 $ 36,750.00 Fairgrounds Red Gate Ticket Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 408 $ 31,518.00 $ 3,724.00 Fairgrounds Red Parking Lot Development 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 682,189 $ 35,455.00 $ 21,000.00 Fairgrounds Restroom (Office Area) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,452 $ 149,556.00 $ 31,500.00 Fairgrounds Rodeo Arena W/ Bull Pens, Chutes & Holding Pens 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 51,129 $ 345,279.00 $ 31,500.00 Fairgrounds Rodeo Campground Development 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 24,738 $ 11,820.00 $ 10,500.00 Fairgrounds Rodeo Grounds Grandstands Include Bleachers 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 22,520 $ 1,181,785.00 $ 105,000.00 Fairgrounds Rodeo Office/Ticket Booths (Green Gate Ticket Booths) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,000 $ 103,000.00 $ 7,447.00 Fairgrounds Sales Barn W/ Covered Bleachers 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 13,464 $ 277,359.00 $ 38,470.00 Fairgrounds Sheep Barn 3954 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 65,920.00 $ 7,560.00 Fairgrounds Sheep Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,824 $ 37,575.00 $ 5,775.00 Fairgrounds Sheep Barn (Concrete Floor) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 3,200 $ 65,920.00 $ 10,500.00 Fairgrounds Sheriffs & Voter Registration Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 800 $ 65,001.00 $ 13,652.00 Fairgrounds Shop & Storage 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,500 $ 154,500.00 $ 84,000.00 Fairgrounds South Field Activity Area 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 443,743 $ 35,455.00 $ 31,500.00 Fairgrounds Tye Stalls Barn (Rodeo Grounds) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,800 $ 37,080.00 $ - Fairgrounds Warm Up And 4-H Riding Arenas With Announce Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 115,584 $ 47,272.00 $ 15,750.00 Fairgrounds Youth Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 6,000 $ 618,000.00 $ 6,300.00 Fairgrounds Green Parking Lot Development 3955 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 455,000 $ 27,183.00 $ 15,750.00 Fairgrounds Home Economics Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 6,000 $ 618,000.00 $ 16,800.00 Fairgrounds Horse Barn (East Row, Far South Bam) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 5,600 $ 202,088.00 $ - Fairgrounds Horse Barn (East Row, Second From The South Barn) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 5,600 $ 202,088.00 $ - Fairgrounds Horse Barn Nw (Steel with Asphalt Floor Horse Barn) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 9,500 $ 332,690.00 $ 5,408.00 Fairgrounds Kenny Ardell Pavilion with Restrooms & Concession Booth 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 48,000 $ 1,777,406.00 $ 99,635.00 Fairgrounds Livestock Office (Main) - Under Bam #27 (Eastside) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 280 $ 21,630.00 $ 4,200.00 Fairgrounds New Restroom #2 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,850 $ 196,267.00 $ 5,000.00 Fairgrounds New Restroom #3 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,850 $ 196,267.00 $ 5,000.00 Fairgrounds New Restroom #4 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,850 $ 196,267.00 $ 5,000.00 Fairgrounds New Restroom, Rodeo 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 1,850 $ 196,267.00 $ 5,000.00 Fairgrounds Pavilion #2 (Harwood) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 31,950 $ 3,389,576.00 $ 20,000.00 Fairgrounds Barn #14 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 11,640 $ 1,234,888.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Barn #45 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 11,640 $ 1,234,888.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Barn #46 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 11,640 $ 1,234,888.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #1 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #2 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #3 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #4 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #5 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Noble Barn #6 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 2,450 $ 259,921.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds Pavilion #2 Office 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 240 $ 25,462.00 $ 10,000.00 Fairgrounds 4-H Building 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 10,498 $ 1,932,220.00 $ 30,063.00 Fairgrounds Equine Barn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 19,200 $ 672,384.00 $ - Fairgrounds Equine Barns New (2) 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 11,520 $ 2,050,398.00 $ - Fairgrounds Horsebarn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 10,000 $ 562,755.00 $ - Fairgrounds Horsebarn 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 10,000 $ 562,755.00 $ - Fairgrounds Restroom #7 CXT 3953 Airway Drive NE Moses Lake 900 $ 190,000.00 $ - Grant County Museum Schoolhouse 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 400 $ 30,900.00 $ - Grant County Museum Museum 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 2,200 $ 307,287.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Church 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 900 $ 69,525.00 $ - Grant County Museum Homestead Barn 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 175 $ 13,519.00 $ - Grant County Museum Log House/Line Cabin 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 200 $ 15,450.00 $ - Grant County Museum Barber Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 120 $ 12,575.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Bank 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 237 $ 18,309.00 $ - Grant County Museum Dress Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 200 $ 15,450.00 $ - Grant County Museum Storage Bldg 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 800 $ 61,800.00 $ - Grant County Museum Chicken House 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 65 $ 5,022.00 $ - Grant County Museum Livery Stable & Shed 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 1,545 $ 119,352.00 $ - Grant County Museum Wes' Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 700 $ 54,075.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historical Homestead 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 150 $ 11,588.00 $ - Grant County Museum Beauty Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 144 $ 11,874.00 $ - Grant County Museum Fire Station 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 800 $ 61,800.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Dwelling - (Artists House) 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 1,000 $ 83,805.00 $ - Grant County Museum Saloon 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 396 $ 30,591.00 $ - Grant County Museum Blacksmith Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 550 $ 42,488.00 $ - Grant County Museum Covered Storage 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 200 $ 15,450.00 $ - Grant County Museum Country Store 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 993 $ 76,710.00 $ - Grant County Museum Nashu Accession Trailer 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 467 $ 36,076.00 $ - Grant County Museum Camera Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 600 $ 46,350.00 $ - Grant County Museum Dentists Office 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 260 $ 20,085.00 $ - Grant County Museum Doctors Office 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 260 $ 20,085.00 $ - Grant County Museum Store 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 260 $ 20,085.00 $ - Grant County Museum _arm. INIVEDery Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 324 $ 25,029.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Burlington Northern Caboose 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 324 $ 25,029.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Justice Of The Peace 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 240 $ 18,540.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Krupp -Marlin Jail 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 192 $ 14,832.00 $ - Grant County Museum Original Historic Newspaper Office 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 540 $ 41,715.00 $ - Grant County Museum Outhouse (Boys) 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 21 $ 1,623.00 $ - Grant County Museum Outhouse (Girls) 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 21 $ 1,623.00 $ - Grant County Museum Outhouse (Homestead) 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 21 $ 1,623.00 $ - Grant County Museum Print Shop 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 280 $ 21,630.00 $ - Grant County Museum Shoe Repair 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 120 $ 9,270.00 $ - Grant County Museum Wagon Shed 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 730 $ 56,393.00 $ - Grant County Museum Watch Repair 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 120 $ 9,270.00 $ - Grant County Museum Chinese Laundry W/ Wash House 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 570 $ 44,033.00 $ - Grant County Museum West Meat Market 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 864 $ 66,744.00 $ - Grant County Museum Old Time Gas Station 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 1,144 $ 96,690.00 $ - Grant County Museum Machine Shed 742 Basin Street NW Ephrata 8,400 $ 648,900.00 $ - Grant Mental Health Mattawa Comm Medical Center - Counseling Office Leased 210 Government Road Mattawa 1,200 $ - $ 45,000.00 Grant Mental Healthcare Counseling Office 322 Fortuyn Road Grand Coulee 1,848 $ 190,344.00 $ 68,730.00 Grant Mental Healthcare Office 203 Central Ave N Quincy 1,925 $ 228,272.00 $ 68,730.00 Grant Mental Healthcare Gmh Office 840 E Plum St Moses Lake 26,800 $ 4,725,402.00 $ 810,489.00 Grant Mental Healthcare Cityview Boarding Facility 836 E Plum St Moses Lake 7,350 $ 1,763,000.00 $ 45,000.00 Grant Mental Healthcare Counseling Office - Leased 130 Camera Street Royal City 1,000 $ - $ 55,000.00 Health District/Coroner Coroner and Health Office Space 1038 W Ivy Street Moses Lake 11,000 $ 1,173,219.00 $ 22,000.00 New Hope New Hope Admin Offices - Leased Office Space 311 W. Third Ave. Moses Lake 2,300 $ - $ 61,300.00 New Hope Domestic Violence Shelter, Leased Undisclosed Undisclosed 1,400 $ - $ 11,933.00 Noxious Weed Board Bureau Building Offices 32 C Street NW Room 321 Ephrata 60,000 $ - $ 100,000.00 • Public Works Ephrata Fac Maintenance Office, Storage, Open Bays 124 Enterprise St SE Ephrata 11,500 $ 977,500.00 $ 100,000.00 Public Works Ephrata Central Shop, Offices, Dist 1 Garage, Break Room 124 Enterprise St SE Ephrata 24,847 $ 3,709,696.00 $ 300,000.00 Public Works Ephrata Administration & Engineering, Sign Shop 124 Enterprise St SE Ephrata 16,276 $ 3,500,000.00 $ 200,000.00 Public Works Mattawa Shop/Office/OPen Bays/Telecom Tower 24378 Broadway SW Mattawa 4,320 $ 389,929.00 $ 50,000.00 Public Works Ephrata Bridge Office/GArage/Open Storage Bays 124 Enterprise St SE Ephrata 8,127 $ 731,430.00 $ 75,000.00 Public Works Ephrata Solid Waste Office/Garage/Shop/Storage 3803 Neva Lake Rd NW Ephrata 8,793 $ 2,429,461.00 $ 150,000.00 Ephrata Solid Waste Scale Shack 3803 Neva Lake Rd NW Ephrata WA 1 $ 10,000.00 Public Works Grant Orchards Office/Garage 19956 Road A.8 NE Soap Lake 2,400 $ 247,200.00 $ 18,615.00 Public Works Moses Lake Office/Shop/Garage/Welding Bay 12171 Wheeler Rd Moses Lake 11,984 $ 2,097,200.00 $ 225,000.00 Public Works Moses Lake Drop Box Site Garage/Office 2500 Road C NE Moses Lake 756 $ 68,040.00 $ 5,000.00 Public Works Mose Lake Sign Shop/Open Bays 12171 Wheeler Rd Moses Lake 4,600 $ 200,000.00 $ 20,000.00 Public Works Antenna Pole & Communications Tower ($89K) 5437 NW Beasley Hill Road Ephrata 0 $ 142,194.00 $ - Public Works George Landfill Garage/Office 17573 Road 1 NW George 1,000 $ 90,000.00 $ 5,000.00 Public Works Transmitter Bldg. 5437 NW Beasley Hill Road Ephrata 160 $ 22,351.00 $ 52,122.00 Public Works Wilson Creek Office/Garage 124 Railroad St Wilson Creek 1,600 $ 160,000.00 $ 25,000.00 Public Works Hartline Office/Shop/Garage/Open Storage Bays 232 Chelan St Hartline 11,997 $ 2,400,000.00 $ 225,000.00 Public Works Moses Lake Asphalt Storage Tank 12171 Wheeler Rd Moses Lake 0 $ 74,424.00 $ - Public Works Moses Lake Wash Bay & Open Storage Bays 12171 Wheeler Rd Moses Lake 11,473 $ 975,205.00 $ 25,000.00 Public Works Quincy Office/Shop/GarageNVelding Bay 4718 Road P NW Quincy 10,450 $ 1,828,750.00 $ 225,000.00 Public Works Quincy Wash Bay & Open Storage Bays 4718 Road P NW Quincy 11,381 $ 1,200,000.00 $ 25,000.00 Public Works Royal City Office/Shop/Garage/Welding Bay 13766 Road E SW Royal City 10,450 $ 1,828,750.00 $ 225,000.00 Public Works Royal City Wash Bay & Open Storage Bays 4718 Road P NW Quincy 11,381 $ 1,200,000.00 $ 25,000.00 Public Works (input from EM) Repeater Bldg. Beezley Hill W of City Limits Ephrata 192 $ 14,832.00 $ 20,000.00 Sheriff Work Release Facility 1631 E Division Ephrata 13,810 $ 2,662,562.00 $ 328,146.00 Sheriff Inet Office, Rental Undisclosed Undisclosed 1,200 $ - $ 50,000.00 Sheriff Evidence Storage, Rental 391 Limit St Ephrata 9,000 $ - $ 105,000.00 Sheriff Jail & Justice Center, Contents Only 35 C Street NW Ephrata 63,000 $ - $ 1,470,571.00 Sheriff Jail Record Storage Jail Record Storage Ephrata 490 $ 37,853.00 $ - Sheriff Moses Lake Substation, Office 1274 Lowry Drive Moses Lake 1,344 $ 138,432.00 $ 78,750.00 Sheriff Moses Lake Substation, Training Center 1274 Lowry Drive Moses Lake 3,100 $ 319,300.00 $ 10,500.00 Sheriff 3 - Vault Toilet Sand Dune Road Moses Lake 0 $ 17,750.00 $ - Sheriff (INET) Leased Office Space Undisclosed Undisclosed 5,480 $ - $ 50,000.00 Youth Services (Juvenile) County Building 1008 W Ivy Street Moses Lake 1,904 $ 196,112.00 $ 70,000.00 Youth Services (Juvenile) Juvenile Detention Center 303 Abel Road Ephrata 16,767 $ 4,447,029.00 $ 815,000.00 Source: WRCIP Statement of Values 2017-2018 Total Value: $ 98,512,828.00 $ 13,352,890.68 Appendix C — 2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Grant County, Washington IN THE MATTER OF ADOPTING A COMPREHENSIVE SIX YEAR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE YEARS 2018-2023 RESOLUTION No. 17- j 00 -CC WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of Section 6, Chapter 83, Laws of Extraordinary Session of the State of Washington, Grant County did prepare a Comprehensive Transportation Improvement Program for the ensuing six years; and WHEREAS, priority array of projects prepared in accordance with County Road Administration Board Standards of Good Practice (WAC 136-14) was made available and was consulted by the Board during the preparation of this Six Year Program; and WHEREAS, the Engineer's report with respect to deficient bridges was available to the Board during the preparation of the Six Year Program; and WHEREAS, an environmental pre -assessment of the Six Year Program indicated that the social, economic and aesthetic values would not be disturbed; and WHEREAS, pursuant further to said Law, the Board of County Commissioners, being the legislative body of the County, did prepare, revise and extend said Six Year Program and did hold a public hearing on said Comprehensive Plan at 1:45 pm at the Courthouse, Ephrata, Washington on the 21 st day of November, 2017; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the Grant County Board of Commissioners adopt the Comprehensive Six Year Road Program presented at the public hearing. DATED thisday of ATTEST: Yea Nay Abstain ❑ 0 r� ❑ igfaH bara J. Vasquez Clerk of the Board ❑ 0 ❑ 2017. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON Richard Stevens, Member Tom Taylor, Member MPO 1 RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: RTPO Six -Year Transportation improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November21, 2017 ra 0 U � N i7 `o az Project lnfo - Project Number PIN c N RI xCI 0 43 U E v d ¢ n Resolution Number E 0 > 61 E 0. Utility Project Length Ta E c 2 65 67 F -o or rr Amendment Total EstCost Number of Project 07 00001 9003 11/21117 11/21/17 17-100-CC 01 P,T 0.390 CE No $300,000 Titie: Stratford Road NE Structure ID: Road: 9402520 - STRATFORD RD Begin Termini: 20.28 End Termini: 20.67 Realignment and Install Bridge - Work will include earthwork, drainage, crushed surfacing, BST, traffic control and other items. Location: (BNSF RR xing to SR 28) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total CN 2018 S USBR $250,000 $0 $50,000 $300,000 Project Totals - $250,000 $0 $50,000 $300,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years CN $300,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $300,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 NIPO t RTPO: Q County. Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 .` c u. d a F z Project Info - Project Number PIN c ra s0 0 ao E c E < ❑ Resolution Number E o � E 0. t- Utility Codes Project Length 0 E 0 a iti F� m 0 re Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 08 00002 9004 11(21(17 11/21/17 Title: Adams Road & Bridge #331 & #332 Structure ID: Road: 9101710 -ADAMS RD Begin Termini: 23.68 End Termini: 25.53 17-100-CC 03 P,T 1.850 CE No Reconstruction & Install Bridges - Work will include earthwork, drainage, bridge, HMA surfacing, traffic control and other items Location: (SR 28 to Martin Road) $25,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total CN 2018 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 Expenditure Schedule Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years CN $25,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $25,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 7 Id. z Project Info - Project Number PIN a) c °'o 0 71. o.- <0 c c d <0 Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length ca 0 Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 07 00003 9011 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 04 Title: Dodson Road Overlay Structure ID: Road: 9103000 - DODSON RD Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 5.90 2R Overlay- Work wilt include HMA, shoulder finishing, traffic control and other items Location: (SR 25 to Frenchman Hills Road) 5.900 CE No $1,795,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S 50 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2018 S STP(R) 51,531,050 $0 $238,950 $1,770,000 Project Totais - $1,531,050 $0 $263,950 $1,795,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $25,000 $1,770,000 $0 SO $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $1,795,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Six -Year Transportation improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) MPO / RTPO. Q RTPO County Grant Agency Grant County November 21, 2017 Z Project Info - Project Number PIN Yin 0 a. m 0 ¢o c a c E Resolution Number c v iz. E o E 0. Utility Codes Project Length a m c m Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 08 00004 9015 Title: 4-NE Road Structure ID: Road: 4290000 - 4 NE Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 2.01 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 P,T 2.010 CE No $1,100,000 Reconstruction - Work will include earthwork, drainage, HMA surface, traffic control and other items Location: (N-NE Road to L-NE Road) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S $0 RAP $90,000 $10,000 $100,000 CN 2018 S $0 RAP $905,000 $95,000 $1,000,000 Project Totals - $0 $995,000 $105,000 $1,100,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 8th Years PE CN $100,000 $1,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $1,100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO. Q County. Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 U C u- C3 O E 3 ` z Project Info Project Number PIN c c ai CO xn 0 c� O r LS Q 0 E a m m Q 17 00005 9005 Title: Cochran & Ottmar Road Structure ID: Road: 4155000 - COCHRAN RD Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.25 Road: 4155010 - OTTMAR RD Begin Termini: 0.25 End Termini: 0.89 11/21/17 11/21/17 Resolution Number 17-100-CC 03 Reconstruction - Work will include grade, drain, HMA surfacing, Curb & Gutter, sidewalks, traffic control and other items Location: (Airway Drive to Valley Road) Utility Codes P,T, W Project Length 0.890 0, d 0 W I--' CE o' cc Yes Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project $1,085,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total RW 2018 S $0 $0 $5,000 $5,000 CN 2018 S STP(U) $034.200 $0 $145,800 $1,080,000 Project Totals - $934,200 $0 $150,800 $1,085,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & fith Years RW CN $5,000 $1,080,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $1,085,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 0 in IL. o riz Project Info - Project Number PIN c l � c 0 0 < 01 c E 0 0 0 Q fl Resolution Number c 0 E 0 ti E Utility Codes Project Length 0 c E 0 wI- 0 d 0 0 Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 16 00006 9018 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 04 P,S,T,W 0.990 CE No $1,100,000 Title: Randolph Road Structure ID: Road: 4501000 - RANDOLPH RD Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.99 2R Grind & Inlay- Work will include grinding, HMA surfacing, ADA ramps, sidewalk, traffic control and other items Location: (SR 17 to 22nd Ave) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S $0 $0 $50,000 $50,000 CN 2018 S STP(U) $908,250 $0 $141,750 $1,050,000 Project Totals - $908,250 $0 $191,750 $1,100,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $50,000 $1,050,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $1,100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 AAPO / RTPO. Q County- Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 O -0 N u- o • a E CLz Project Info - Project Number PIN ar m ta i, sa 0 0 1.D. ao E aQ Resolution Number c d e as E Utility Codes Project Length 07 00007 9016 Title: 28-SW Road Structure ID: Road: 1029000 - 28 SW Begin Termini: 3.01 End Termini: 6.02 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 RT 3.010 CE Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (O-SW Road to R-SW Road) o I RW Required Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project $670,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S $0 $0 $70,000 $70,000 CN 2018 S $0 $0 $600,000 $600,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $670,000 $670,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year Sth & 6th Years PE CN $70,000 $600,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $670,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO/RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 .0 C H u U Zm s E r% z Project Info - Project Number PIN 0 QO c N GI Q Q Resolution Number 09 00008 9009 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC Title: J-NE Road Structure ID: Road: 5305000 - J NE Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.72 Reconstruction - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surfacing, traffic control and other items Location: (Pinto Ridge Road to 36-NE Road) Utility Codes P,T Project Length 0.720 c m 0 su .- 0 re No Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project $200,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2018 S $0 $0 $175,000 $175,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $200,000 $200,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase I let Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN j $25,000 $175,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 To 0 u » = N ti CS am o E m Z Project Info - Project Number PIN m 1'n 2 Q 0 ay 0 t O 0 E c m Q Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length R 0 8 0 tit IT m cr re Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 14 00009 9037 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 05 P,T 0.270 CE No $136,500 Title: Endeavor Middle School Sidewalk Structure ID: Road: 4517000 - PATTON BLVD Begin Termini: 1.60 End Termini: 1.87 Safety Project - Install rapid -flash beacons, recessed crosswalk waming light system, school zone flashing beacon, ADA sidewalk Ramp upgrades and other items. Location: (Patton Blvd Intersections) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total CN 2018 S $0 SRTS $123,400 $13,100 $136,500 Project Totals- $0 - $123,400 $13,100 $136,500 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years CN $136,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $136,500 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO! RTPO. Q County Grant Agency- Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 To 0 � w c U. V a E Z Project Info - Project Number PIN N xa 0 aGI Q ❑ E v c d nd+ Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length m d E uJ F 03 is rr re Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 00010 9034 Title: Bridge #353 R-NW Structure ID: 11 /21 /17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 09 P,T 0.000 No Bridge Replacement - Work will include demolition, structure replacement, approaches, traffic control and other items Location: (R-NW & Martin Road) $100,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2018 S $0 $0 $5,000 $5,000 CN 2018 S $0 $0 $95,000 $95,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $5,000 $95,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO. Q County Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 u03 c N C) A _ EE a`z Project Info - Project Number PIN rn c io 0 ots °: a) E c O • -4 as Resolution Number a s as Utility Codes Project Length 0 Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 00011 9002 Title: Miscellaneous Projects Structure ID: 'Including Cost Share Projects Location: Various 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 0.000 No $1,500,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total CN 2018 S $0 $0 $240,000 $240,000 CN 2019 S $0 $0 $240,000 $240,000 CN 2020 S $0 $0 $240,000 $240,000 CN 2021 S $0 $0 $240,000 5240,000 CN 2022 S $0 $0 $240,000 $240,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN 510,000 $240,000 $10,000 $240,000 $10,000 $240,000 $10,000 $240,000 $20,000 $480,000 Expenditure Totals - $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $500,000 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 C N u. E 6. Z 07 00012 Project Info - — m Project Number PIN i o 9010 Title: 3-NE Road - Phase 1 Structure ID: Road: 9400020 - 3 NE Begin Termini: 5.03 End Termini: 6.91 0 a mm 0 E d w Resolution Number 11/21/17 11/21/17 3R - Work will include earthwork, drainage, HMA surface, traffic control and other items Location: (0-NE Road to 0-NE Road) 17-100-CC 04 Utility Codes P,T Project Length 1.880 m E 0 toI- Amendment Number CE No Total Est.Cost of Project $1,150,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 S $0 $0 $50,000 $50,000 CN 2019 S STP(R) $951,500 80 $148,500 $1,100,000 Project Totals - $951,500 $0 $198,500 $1,150,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase tst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $50,000 $1,100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $1,150,000 $0 f $0 $0 MPG / RTPO Q County' Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 R 0 n u° g ti v Project Info - Project Number PIN ai C m S CI 0 Ti o <0 E a CD a Q0 Resolution Number m E O QS ca �r Utility Codes Project Length 0 0 cut' 0 0' Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 07 00013 9019 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: 4-NE Road Structure ID: Road: 9300410 - 4 NE Begin Termini: 5.03 End Termini: 9.45 17-100-CC 03 P,T 4.420 No $1,326,000 Reconstruction - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (Hiawatha Road to Westshore Drive) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 S $0 RAP $90,000 $10,000 $100,000 CN 2019 S $0 RAP $1,103,000 $123,000 $1,226,000 Project Totals - $0 $1,193,000 $133,000 $1,326,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $100,000 $1,226,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $1,326,000 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency. Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November21, 2017 0 U c'^ u.0 EL Z I Project Info - Project Number PIN m O Q o w cc E m v Resolution c Number E 0 EF Utility Codes Project Length tU O E 0 27. c 0 Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 07 00014 9027 Title: 5-NW Structure ID: Road: 9301000 - 5 NW Begin Termini: 14.07 End Termini:17.23 11/21/17 11/21117 17-100-CC 04 2R Overlay - Work will include Hot Mix Asphalt, shoulder finishing, traffic control and other items Location: (SR 281 to T-NW Road) 3.160 CE No $855,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 P $0 $0 830,000 $30,000 CN 2019 P STP(R) $713,625 $0 $111,375 $825,000 Project Totals - $713,625 $0 $141,375 $855,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $30,000 $825,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $855,000 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO. Q County Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 Ta 0 , ei U Project Info - a E z Project Number PIN os -7 m d m x❑ 0 a o an E - N @ ¢O Resolution Number c m E N cc E1,?.• Utility Codes Project Length CY at o: Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 09 00015 9030 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 P,T 1.010 No Title: Baseline.5 SE Road Structure ID: Road: 2210000 - BASELINE.5 SE Begin Termini: 1.01 End Termini: 2.02 Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (N-SE Road to O-SE Road) $250,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2019 S $0 $0 $225,000 $225,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $250,000 $250,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year f 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 (i( $25,000 i $225,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $250,000 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO. Q County Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 - N c u-U E n` z Project Info - Project Number PIN rn m MI CI c 0 o a 0 E c C CI CD 40 09 0001E 9031 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: Lower Crab Creek Road Structure ID: Road: 1113000 - LOWER CRAB CREEK RD Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 2.50 Resolution Number 17-100-CC Utility Codes Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (E-SE Road to 2.5 Miles East) 03 P,T Project Length 2.500 0 at wr�- cc Amendmen Number No Total Est.Cost of Project $550,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 S $0 $0 $55,000 $55,000 CN 2019 S $0 $0 $495,000 $495,000 Project Totals - So So $550,000 $550,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $55,000 $495,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - SO $550,000 $0 $0 $0 MPO/RTPO. Q County Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 Project Info - Project Number PIN rn N RI xo 0 a a i¢ ¢o m E m aw s Resolution Number c m 0 L. m CL Q E Utility Codes Project Length 0 m Cr CC Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 00017 9046 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: ADA Ramp / Sidewalk Upgrades - Phase #1 Structure ID: Work consist of ADA Ramp and/or Sidewalk Upgrades and other items Location: (Various) 17-100-CC 05 P,T 0.000 CE No $80,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 S $0 $0 $20,000 $20,000 CN 2019 S $0 $0 $60,000 $60.000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $80,000 $80,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $20,000 $60,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $80,000 $0 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 V c' Project Info - � m E a z Project Number PIN c 7 a so c a 0. a . o. c E c 0 m Resolution Number m E > 2 `a. a E Utility Codes Project Length e!r e: Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 18 00018 9029 Title: Grape & Maple Drive Structure ID: Road: 4235000 - GRAPE DR Begin Termini: 0.03 End Termini: 0.27 Road: 4260000 - MAPLE DR Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.75 11121/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 P,T,W 0.990 CE No $1,525,000 Reconstruction - Work will include grade, drainage, curb and guter, HMA, sidewalk, traffic control and other items Location: (SR 17 to Stratford Road) Funding - Phase Start Date Status. Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2019 P STP(U) $108,125 $0 $16,875 $125,000 CN 2020 P STP(U) $1,211,000 $0 $189,000 $1,400,000 Project Totals- $1,319,125 $0 $205,875 $1,525,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $125,000 $0 $0 $1,400,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $125,000 $1,400,000 $0 $0 MPO 1 RTPO: Q County Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 C tiV E eY Z Project info - Project Number PIN m d 2 O 0 cm O a m E a N Resolution Number E 0 O 0. C. E 09 00019 9032 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: H-NW Road Structure ID: Road: 3883020 - H NW Begin Termini: 2.17 End Termini: 3.17 17-100-CC 03 Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (7-NW Road to 8-NW Road) Utility Codes P,T Project Length 1.000 0 E 0 07 i] - d 0 Cad' cc No Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project $225,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2020 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2020 S $0 $0 $200,000 $200,000 Project Totals- $0 $0 $225,000 $225,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $225,000 $0 $0 Six -Year Transportation improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) MPO 1 RTPO: Q RTPO County: Grant Agency: Grant County November 21, 2017 0 U N C ti E n az Project Info - Project Number PIN .0 S 0 0 . O ¢o E a c ¢o Resolution Number a al E a -_ Utility Codes Project Length v c rr Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 09 00020 9033 Title: H-SW Road Structure ID: Road: 1253000 - H SW Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 1.02 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 P,T 1.020 No Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (12-SW Road to SR 26) $250,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2020 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2020 S $0 $0 $225,000 $225,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $250,000 $250,000 Expenditure Schedule - - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $225,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $250,000 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: 0 County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) Novembar 21, 2017 m 0 V N G N ti U 0 E az Project Info - Project Number PIN o: c o i xn 0 0 0 c E a 0 N m Resolution Number Utility Codes 07 00021 9028 Ttle: 5-NW & U-NW Structure ID: Road: 9301000 - 5 NW Begin Termini: 17.23 End Termini: 18.19 Road: 9301010 - U NW Begin Termini: 18.19 End Termini: 22.91 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 04 2R Overlay - Work will include Hot Mix Asphalt, shoulder finishing, traffic control and other items Location: (T-NW Road to SR 28) Project Length 5.680 CE o I RW Required Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project $1,530,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2020 P $0 $0 $30,000 $30,000 CN 2020 P STP(R) $1,297,500 $0 $202,500 $1,500,000 Project Totals - $1,297,500 $0 $232,500 $1,530,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year f 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $30,000 $1,500,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $1,530,000 $0 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 m 0 U c P., E o` z Project Info - Project Number PIN d R xo 0 5. v° m as i' 15 . m o Eo ae 07 00022 9022 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: Stratford Road - Phase 1 Structure ID: Road: 9402520 - STRATFORD RD Begin Termini: 9.23 End Termini: 13.24 2R - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (12-NE Road to 16-NE Road) d E Resolution cis a a. Number E 17-100-CC 04 Utility Codes P,T Project Length 4.010 c m E a > uir c Amendment Total EstCost Number of Project No $1,200,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2020 S $0 RAP $90,000 $10,000 $100,000 CN 2020 S $0 RAP $660,000 $440,000 $1,100,000 Project Totals - $0 $750,000 $450,000 $1,200,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $1,100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $1,200,000 $0 $0 MPO I RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 6 cc Lt.v E z Project Info - Project Number PIN mi9 xq a m ,.. ao m •`e m m Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length d .5 a tL� Amendment Total Est.Cost Number of Project 07 00023 9017 11/21117 11/21/17 'Title: 3-NE Road - Phase 2 Structure ID: Road: 9400020 - 3 NE Begin Termini: 6.91 End Termini: 8.91 3R - Work will include earthwork, drainage, HMA surface, traffic control and other items Location: (Q-NE Road to S-NE Road) 17-100-CC 04 P,T 2.000 No $1,200,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2021 S $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 CN 2021 S STP(R) $951,500 $0 $148,500 $1,100,000 Project Totals - $951,500 $0 $248,500 $1,200,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $100,040 $1,100.000 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $1,200,000 $0 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 U N N ti U `o E oz Project Info - Project Number PIN in 0 a 6 E d Q Resolution Number E > O Q Q E Utility Codes Project Length d c m fl: Amendment Total EstCost Number of Project 08 00024 9025 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: 12-NE Structure ID: Road: 9403030 -12 NE Begin Termini: 824 End Termini: 9.01 17-100-CC 03 P,T 0.770 No Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage. BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (M-NE Road to East end of Bridge #158) $175,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2021 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2021 S $0 $0 $150,000 $150,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $175,000 $175,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 SO $0 $25,000 $150,000 $0 SO Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $175,000 $0 MPO 1 RTPO. Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 se 0 o c o. U c n. z 07 00025 Project Info - Project Number 9023 PIN rn 6f m m xo 0 7-7 0. 0 fi o E mc � Ei4 Resolution Number m E E _ Utility Codes 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: Stratford Road - Phase 2 Structure ID: Road: 9402520 - STRATFORD RD Begin Termini: 13.24 End Termini: 17.24 2R - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (16-NE Road to 20-NE Road) 17-10Q-CC 04 P,T Project Length 4.000 E c 0 C >, uF �- 0 0.' No Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project $1,200,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2021 P $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 CN 2021 P $0 $0 $1,100,000 $1,100,000 ProjectTotais- $0 $0 $1,200,000 $1,200,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2dd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $1,100,000 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $1,200,000 $0 NIPO/RTPO: Q County' Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 W m !i U =.c o E 3 o.. 2 Project Info - Project Number PIN rn m 0 an 0 aro 6n E m do: ¢n Resolution Number 09 00026 9040 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: G.7-NW/5.6-NW/H ,NW Road Structure ID: Road: 3883000 - G.7 NW Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.56 Road: 3883010 - 5.6 NW Begin Termini: 0.56 End Termini: 0.81 ( additional Roads ... ) Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (5-NW to 7-NW) 17-100-CC 03 Utility Codes P,T Project Length m E P. > c T Ill t- 2.170 CE a 0 11: No Amendmen Number Total Est.Cost of Project $490,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2021 S . $0 $0 $50,000 $50,000 CN 2021 5 $0 $0 $440,000 $440,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $490,000 $490,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years I PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $50,000 $440,000 $0 $0 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $490,000 $0 MNPO I RTPO: Q County Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 u_ 0 Project Info ,z d E z Project Number PIN c P: io 0 or cu a Q � Resolution Number c E 0 o CI. a E 07 00027 9045 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 04 Title: U-SE Road Overlay Structure ID: Road: 9203500 - U SE Begin Termini: 5.20 End Termini: 12.59 2R Overlay- Work consist of HM.A Overlay, shoulder finishing, guardrail, traffic control and other items Location: (7.5-SE to South Frontage Road) Utility Codes P,T Project Length 7,390 0 E c 0 ILI E>, CE v tr cc No Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project $2,225,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code I State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2022 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2022 S STP(R) $1,903,000 $0 $297,000 $2,200,000 Project Totals - $1,903,000 $0 $322,000 $2,225,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $2,200,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,225,000 NIPO ! RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 Project Info - Z`Q E a z Project Number PIN rn v R 0 O w £ c E d Resolution � c. Number E r 00028 9035 Title: Bridge #382 H-NW Road Structure ID: 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 09 Bridge Replacement - Work will include demolition, structure replacement, approaches, traffic control and other items Location: (0.4 Miles North of SR 28) Utility Codes P,T Project Length 0.000 d Q d w� c cc Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project CE No $875,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2022 P BROS $60,000 $0 $15,000 $75,000 CN 2022 P BROS $640,000 $0 $160,000 $800,000 Project Totals - $700,000 $0 $175,000 $875,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $75,000 $800,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $875,000 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 T y o E az Project Info - I Project Number PIN c c m d R 0 c 0 o �O R <0 <0 Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length E 0 w- Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 08 00029 9039 11121/17 11/21/17 Title 8-NE Road Structure ID: Road: 9402010 - 8 NE Begin Termini: 1.18 End Termini: 1.98 17-100-CC 03 P,T 0.800 CE No $180,000 Gravel to BST Program - Work wit include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (N-NE to where 0-NE would be) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2022 S $0 $0 $25,000 $25,000 CN 2022 S 50 $0 $155,000 $155,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $180,000 $180.000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $155,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 ! $0 $0 $0 $180,000 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 a t) c Lt.O Project Info - r � E z Project Number PIN co 17. ca o xo O 0 ¢o Resolution C a Number Utility Codes Project Length m Q i Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 09 00030 9041 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: S-NE Road Structure ID: Road: 4375000 - S NE Begin Termini: 3.52 End Termini: 5.53 17-100-CC 03 P,T 2.010 CE No $450,000 Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (End of Oil to Where 5.5-NE would be) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2022 1 S $0 $0 $40,000 $40,000 CN 2022 S $0 $0 $410,000 $410,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $450,000 $450,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $40,000 $410,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $450,000 MPO/RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 To 0 U 0 c a t7 Z.p az Project info - Project Number PIN c d RS xCI 0 40 d E m w ¢a Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length 0 re tt Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 07 00031 9024 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 04 P,T 3.040 No Title: Stratford Road - Phase 3 Structure ID: Road: 9402520 - STRATFORD RD Begin Termini: 17.24 End Termini: 20.28 2R- Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (20-NE Road to BNSF Crossing} $930,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2022 P $0 $0 $80,000 $80,000 CN 2022 P 30 $0 $850,000 $850,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $930,000 $930,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $80,000 $850,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $930,000 MPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency- Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar} November 21, 2017 Project Info - Project Number PIN 01 m m sn Resolution O a a. Number Utility Codes Project Length Amendment Number Total Est.Cost of Project 07 00032 9020 11/21/17 11/21/17 Tiitie:3-NE Road - Phase 3 Structure ID: Road: 9400020 - 3 NE Begin. Termini: 8.91 End Termini: 10.90 3R - Work will include earthwork, drainage, HMA surface, traffic control and other items Location: (S-NE Road to U-NE Road) 17-100-CC 04 P,T 1.990 $1,100,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2023 S $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 CN 2023 S STP(R) $865,000 $0 $135,000 $1,000,000 Project Totals - $865,000 $0 $235,000 $1,100,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $1,000,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,100,000 MPO/RTPO. Q County Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November21, 2017 0 U c zd E az Project Info - Project Number PIN rn 2 I 0 o 2. ¢a c C m 0 ¢o Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length R m E 0 as F 5 rr Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 07 00033 9021 Title: 3-NE Road - Phase 4 Structure ID: Road: 9400020 - 3 NE Begin Termini: 10.90 End Termini: 13.90 11/21/17 11/21/17 3R - Work wilt include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (U-NE Road to Adams County Line) 17-100-CC 04 P,T 3.000 No $1,100,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE CN 2023 2023 S S $0 $0 $0 30 $150,000 $950,000 $150,000 $950,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $1,100,000 $1,100,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 - $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $150,000 $950,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,100,000 MPO / RTPO. Q County Grant Agency: Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November21, 2017 0 c ci t3 E 6..z Project Info - Project Number 0 -oa m 6D 0 C m m. EE t? Resolution Number Utility Codes Project Length a m m e f Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 09 00034 9042 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: 11-SW Road Structure ID: Road: 1320000 -11 SW Begin Termini: 0.00 End Termini: 0.75 17-100-CC Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (Dodson Road to Pavement) 03 P,T 0.750 CE No $170,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2023 S $0 $0 $15,000 $15,000 CN 2023 S $0 $0 $155,000 $155,000 Project Totals- $0 $0 $170,000 $170,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $15.000 $155,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $170,000 MPO / RTPO. Q County Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 c u U E 7 2Z Project info - Project Number PIN c m 0 xa 0 o 0 Q G1 E a as m ¢o Resolution Number c E 1. Li Q. E� Utility Codes Project Length -o as 2 ce: ec Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 09 00035 9043 11/21/17 11/21/17 Title: 12-NW Road Structure ID: Road: 3226000 -12 NW Begin Termini: 1.00 End Termini: 1.33 17-100-CC 03 P,T 0.330 CE No Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (U-NW to 0.33 Miles West) $75,000 Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2023 S $0 $0 $5,000 $5,000 CN 2023 S $0 $0 $70,000 $70,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $75,000 $75,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year I 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 I $0 $0 I $0 1 f $5,000 $70,000 Expenditure Totals - 30 $0 $0 $0 $75,000 NIPO / RTPO: Q County: Grant Agency Grant County RTPO Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program from 2018 to 2023 (Project Funds to Nearest Dollar) November 21, 2017 0 ; C ii U .- o a`z Project Info - Project Number PIN o o S L3 -0a o E mo Resolution Number 0 E > 2 ti= 0. Utility Codes Project Length 0 0 Amendment Number Total EstCost of Project 09 00036 9044 Title: K-SE Structure ID: Road: 2193000 - K SE Begin Termini: 1.50 End Termini: 2.01 11/21/17 11/21/17 17-100-CC 03 P,T 0.510 CE No $115,000 Gravel to BST Program - Work will include earthwork, drainage, BST surface, traffic control and other items Location: (0.5 Miles South of 4-SE to 4-SE) Funding - Phase Start Date Status Federal Fund Code Federal Funds State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total PE 2023 S $0 $0 $10,000 $10,000 CN 2023 S $0 $0 $105,000 $105,000 Project Totals - $0 $0 $115,000 $115,000 Expenditure Schedule - Phase lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th & 6th Years PE CN $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 $105,000 Expenditure Totals - $0 $0 $0 $0 $115,000 Co Rd/Co Rd Construction: REVENUES: BEGINNING FUND BALANCE REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LESS CO ROAD DIVERSION MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX CO ARTERIAL PRES PROGRAM RURAL ARTERIAL PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT BOARD UATA IAC-SALMON RECOVERY FUND STP STBG SRTS WSDOT PARTICIPATION BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM HSIP OTHER INTERGOVERNMENT & STATE SHARED CHARGES FOR SERVICES INTERFUND/INTERGOVMNT REIMB FOR SERVICES OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROCEEDS PROCEEDS FOR SALE OF FIXED ASSETS SPECIAL PURPOSE PATH PUBLIC WORKS TRUST FUND CRIDS SEPA OPERATING TRANSFER IMPACT FEES TOTAL REVENUES & FUND BALANCES: EXPENDITURES: ENDING FUND BALANCE ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT SERVICES SSWM PROGRAM ASSESSMENT COUNTY RISK MANAGEMENT ALLOCATION COUNTY INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION ENGINEERING SERVICES SURVEYING & RIGHT OF WAY MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT REVIEW & INSPECTION ROAD SYSTEM MAINTENANCE TRAFFIC OPERATIONS TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURES SPECIAL PURPOSE PATHS REIMBURSABLE SERVICES LONG TERM DEBT (PW TRUST FUND) CONTRIB. TO OTHER FUNDS (DEBT SERVICE) CONSTRUCTION IN HOUSE SERVICES SUBTOTAL OPERATIONS: CONSTRUCTION: AVAILABLE FOR CONSTRUCTION SIX -YEAR TIP SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION: TOTAL EXPENDITURES FUND BALANCE: Revenue and Expenditure Analysis E Grant County SIX -YEAR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ANALYSIS 2 ?546;69.Oj0001 ii1(42510001 q9961000i {'1 01 3137316001 f123 400.1 -5,L55,01 260/0001 'MI5{0001 ;„1i25y00o1 2019 2020 5 689,'400' 8888000� 6;69010001 9r425j0001 +,1y1.9310001 ,OI 1}7,73y250; T1I0i s01 PS'Ol l675;0001 is 01 'rY a0 :.. ::u0; '0! $27,361,900 650i000; ,,6;000 #25j000! `6151000j 5'z101 01 01 0 01 0; 0; $26,313,650 I0001000; " 650 000! 0 Ol of 225/0001 0.0010001 tt558510001 1600i000: 1118000001 !L47610001 00(o0of '!f;0001 226;000f 01 01 01 $19,961,000 76.115001 $6,761,500 $26,722,500 $639,400 { 225'0001 5,1t1001000) 4;':185;0001 1:1i80010001 1 8001000 .f,7510001 ?500100'01 11110001 -, 25,0001 01 101 01 $19,961,000 6,352 860 4;588;000 $4,586,000 7606001 2021 2022 - 2023 006;0301 i 13 7 679: a8976880i ..:,'9,086+649 '.,i n 6,89010001 E: _ : 61690;000 ....:=1 10261000 li l425,000 „ +7,50,000( 1 ,. . 10 M.., ' '0K 1 v01 x ,4A0TiE .a.041 01 2;5085001 I0' a 10 ian A6511000 1 fga0llaz"µ11 0j i i. k K/atNUOVIR. ......:'F.1' f1ol ,:.1: .'r30 IO „?6;000, -112510001 „ 67;5 0001 10! "0 501 $27,822,030 000000! 6010001 R01 s Slot 11,0! 1F2251000 1:001'0001 1 8.5y0001 115000.00; 1180010001 ..s175;000 -500100`01 51000! 2510001 ?01 101 $19,981,000 61 0301 56;QOU $4,855,000 $24,547,000 $24,816,000 $1,766,850 $3�006030 0 ;0 iTy 5;000:. 5,000 75,,000 Or 101, 1 0. IP I, 0111 0 101 0; $26,843,679 i520000001 -1650 000j —401 101 01 2mo001 10010001 1135'0001 11500(000J Soo 000i ` 17610001 '50000001 } TA ;0001 r25j000f '"11o1 €`;01 101 $19,961,000 5682 679 11 ',5;0(50 $3,415,000 $23,376,000 $3,467,679 1:8,133,298 ; a 13 380,000 "=x '2;6501000 _N VA0351M`"l 1-51 0a:'tl i l "S5110E >i, f „52788,000, 5,._ 1 r,.>_: 01.0174Vjad aollaUffl 0 .00 50,0001 `` c 1,350,0001,._: r- ' r s1 $52,008,976 O0001000 ��,.'1 111(300;000 -t1LtXtif 4601000 200;00 ",+ c 11101000 1; 1 .12311000000311,1 5t3 600{00.01 „11-la 11;0003000ke lI a2;000 ' - 9:501000; &MEM $39,922,000 .,Y7720,00 12086 971 0 $7,720,000 $47,642,000 $4 366 976 Print Date: 11/21/2017 Page 1 of 1 Grant County a w From 2018 to 2023 -No.11. MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS Including Cost Shares -No.17 - ADA RAMPS Sidewalk upgrades My , sw ,uy tux 144. 0 1 2 Legend l Bl SixYRl8 ----- County Roads Lakes and Streams Counly_Cutline City Limits erie Slate Highways and Interstatas -4--* Rail Road 10 Miles