Capital Planning Cmt – January 25, 2016

Capital Planning Committee
AGENDA FOR MEETING
January 25, 2016
City Hall, Room 201
12:00 – 2:00 PM

1) CALL TO ORDER

2) INTRODUCTIONS AND AGENDA REVIEW

3) GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT
Public comment on matters within the Committee’s jurisdiction that are not on the current agenda.

4) APPROVAL OF THE ORDINANCE AND RELATED RESOLUTION OF PUBLIC INTEREST AND NECESSITY AUTHORIZING THE PROPOSED PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY GENERAL OBLIGATION (G.O.) BOND IN THE AMOUNT OF $350,000,000 (Action Item)
The Department of Public Works and other involved departments will present an overview of the proposed programs to be funded through the Public Health and Safety G.O. Bond.

5) EARTHQUAKE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE (ESER) BOND PROGRAM UPDATE (Discussion Item)
The Department of Public Works will provide an update on progress, spending, and planning for the ESER 2010 and ESER 2014 project portfolios, as well as an overview of related anticipated needs.

6) NEXT MEETING SCHEDULE AND POTENTIAL AGENDA ITEMS (Discussion Item)
Proposed date, location & time: February 22, 2016; City Hall, Room 305, noon – 2pm
Proposed agenda items: Recreation and Parks and ESER bond sales and related legislation, Capital Plan Off-Year Update.

Supporting Documents

CPC Memo to the Board of Supervisors
CPC BOS Memo 2016-01-25

Capital Planning Committee Meetings

The Capital Planning Committee (CPC) generally meets infrequently during the summer, monthly during the fall, and bi-weekly from January through May.  Previous and upcoming CPC meetings and agendas, as well as supporting documents, and memos are listed below. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are in City Hall, Room 305 from 12:00-2:00 PM.  Agendas are posted at least three days prior to the meeting. Please review the posted meeting agendas to obtain supporting documents and to confirm meeting time, location, and items to be discussed.

Disablity Access & Accommodations
Room 305 in City Hall is accessible to persons using wheelchairs and other assistive mobility devices.  Wheelchair entry to City Hall is provided at the Grove, Van Ness and McAllister street entrances via ramps.  Wheelchair access at the Polk Street/ Carlton B. Goodlett entrance is provided through a wheelchair lift. Agendas are available in large print and Braille or alternative formats upon request. Capital Planning meetings are not generally amplified, however assistive listening devices are available upon request. Please make your requests to for large print, Braille, assistive listening devices, or additional accommodations to Nishad Joshi at 415-554-5164 or e-mail nishad.joshi@sfgov.org.  Requesting accommodations at least 72 hours prior to the meeting will help to ensure availability.

Meeting Schedule
Currently scheduled FY 2016-17 meetings* are:

  • Aug 29, 2016
  • Sep 19, 2016 – Cancelled as of Sep 15, 2016
  • Oct 17, 2016
  • Nov 14, 2016
  • Dec 12, 2016
  • Jan 10, 2017 – City Hall room 201
  • Jan 23, 2017
  • Feb 6, 2017
  • Feb 13, 2017 – City Hall room 201
  • Feb 27, 2017
  • Mar 13, 2017 – Cancelled as of Mar 6, 2017
  • Mar 27, 2017
  • Apr 10, 2017
  • Apr 24, 2017
  • May 1, 2017
  • May 8, 2017
  • May 15, 2017

* Schedule is subject to change.

Though CPC does not take or publish minutes, memos that summarize actions by the CPC will be attached to the relevant meeting.  Recordings of meetings can be provided upon request.  If any materials related to an item on an agenda have been distributed to the Capital Planning Committee after distribution of the agenda packet, those materials are available for public inspection at 30 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 4100 during normal office hours (9am – 5pm).  Feel free to review our frequently asked questions or contact us page if you need more information.

Staff intending to vote on behalf of a CPC member should have the CPC member fill out a delegate authorization letter.

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NOTE: If you would like to review supporting documents from meetings before January 14, 2013, please contact Hemiar Alburati at Hemiar.alburati@sfgov.org or (415) 554-5161. Be sure to specify the specific meeting date and agenda item in your request.

FY2016-25 Ten-Year Capital Plan

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2016-2025 City and County of San Francisco Capital Plan (the Plan) was unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors on April 21, 2015. It continues the City’s commitment to address its infrastructure needs through a fiscally constrained and responsible plan of finance that doesn’t increase tax rates or unduly burden the general fund, ratepayers or other service users. With this in mind, the strong economy has enabled the FY 2016-2025 Plan to surpass the previous level of investment by 16 percent in real dollars to achieve an historic high of $32 billion. These funds will support ongoing efforts to improve streets, transportation, utilities (water, sewer, lighting, and power), buildings, piers, and airport facilities. It will also support new efforts to address sea level rise and growth in the rapidly changing eastern portion of the City.

A full list of the project appendix (note: project appendix is subject to change) is available here.

Table of Contents

I – Executive Summary

II – Resiliency and Capital Planning Initiatives

III – Public Safety

IV – Health and Human Services

V – Infrastructure and Streets

VI – Transportation

VII – Recreation, Culture, and Education

VIII – Economic and Neighborhood Development

IX – General Government

X – Appendices

Full Capital Plan (48MB, pdf)