Capital Planning Cmt – January 23, 2017

Capital Planning Committee
AGENDA FOR MEETING
January 23, 2017
City Hall, Room 305
12:00-2:00PM

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 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION NOT TO EXCEED $12,414,860 FROM BOND INTEREST SAVINGS AND RESERVES FROM THE 2008 SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL REBUILD GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND (Action Item)
The Department of Public Works and Department of Public Health will present their request for approval of a supplemental appropriation of bond interest earnings and reserves from the 2008 Hospital Bond to support closeout activities and completion of follow-on projects at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

5) DRAFT CAPITAL PLAN – DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS (Discussion Item)
The Capital Planning Committee will hear presentations from the following departments discussing highlights of planned programs and needs from the Draft Capital Plan:

  • San Francisco Arts Commission
  • Real Estate Division
  • Department of Technology
  • Human Services Agency and the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing
  • Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

6) NEXT MEETING SCHEDULE AND POTENTIAL AGENDA ITEMS (Discussion Item)
Proposed date, location & time: February 6, 2017, 12:00-2:00 PM, City Hall Room 305
Proposed agenda items: BSCC Grant Application, Transportation and Infrastructure & Streets service area presentations related to the Draft Capital Plan.

Supporting Documents

FY2018-27 Draft Ten-Year Capital Plan

draft-capital-plan
The FY 2018-2027 Draft Capital Plan includes figures on the costs of maintaining our streets and right-of-way infrastructure, making seismic repairs to critical facilities, and improving parks and cultural facilities without going beyond our means. The document provides a financing plan for the City and its partner agencies to deliver $35 billion (subject to change as draft review progresses) in infrastructure investments over the next ten years.

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

Table of Contents

I – Executive Summary

II – Introduction

III – Accomplishments

IV – Building Our Future

V – Capital Sources

VI – Economic and Neighborhood Development

VII – General Government

VIII – Health and Human Services

IX – Infrastructure and Streets

X – Public Safety

XI – Recreation, Culture, and Education

XII – Transportation

Appendices

Full Capital Plan Draft (61MB, PDF)

 

Capital Planning Cmt – January 10, 2017

Capital Planning Committee
AGENDA FOR MEETING
January 10, 2017
City Hall, Room 201
12:00-2:00PM

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) OVERVIEW OF THE DRAFT SAN FRANCISCO CITY & COUNTY TEN-YEAR CAPITAL PLAN (FY2018-FY2027)(Discussion Item)
An overview of the Draft Capital Plan, including a look at accomplishments, funding principles, the Pay-As-You-Go program, and the General Obligation Bond and General Fund debt programs.

5) DRAFT CAPITAL PLAN – ECONOMIC AND NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT SERVICE AREA (Discussion Item)
The Planning Department will provide an overview of the Interagency Plan Implementation Committee (IPIC) Annual Report, update Area Plan mini capital plans, and related community improvement area plans and programs. The Port of San Francisco will present highlights from their planned projects and programs. The Treasure Island Development Authority will present a program update. Moscone Convention Center will present an expansion update.

6) NEXT MEETING SCHEDULE AND POTENTIAL AGENDA ITEMS (Discussion Item)
Proposed date, location & time:
January 23, 2017, 12:00-2:00 PM, City Hall Room 305
Proposed agenda items: Draft Capital Plan presentations for the Recreation, Culture & Education (ART, REC), General Government (RED, DT), and Human Services (HOPE SF, HSH, HSA); SF Public Works interest supplemental; discussion of project scope for the Sheriff’s application for state financing.

Supporting Documents