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City of Glendale Budget Study Session #2 May 7, 2019 Agenda FY 2019-20 Summary of All Funds by Type Departmental Dashboards Capital Improvement Program Proposed Citywide Fee Changes Budget Adoption Calendar Questions and Comments 2 Slide 3 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of All Funds by Type FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Slide 4 Definitions Two Categories of Fund Type: Governmental Funds Used for specific governmental purposes and report on a modified accrual basis Proprietary Funds Used to report business-like operations and report on a full accrual basis FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Slide 5 Governmental Funds General Fund: The primary fund of the City used to account for all revenues and expenditures of the City not legally restricted as to use. Special Revenue Funds: This fund type collects revenues that are restricted by the City, State, or Federal Government as to how they may be spent. Most of the special revenue funds are grant revenues. Debt Service Funds: This fund type is used to account for the payment of principal and interest on an obligation resulting from the issuance of bonds, notes, or certificates of participation. Capital Improvement Funds: Used for capital outlays including the acquisition or construction of capital facilities or other capital assets. FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Slide 6 Proprietary Funds Enterprise Funds: This fund type serves the public and charges a fee for services or goods. Fees, rather than taxes or transfers, are charged in order to fund the business which makes the fund self-supporting. Internal Service Funds: This fund type provides services to other City departments and charges for services rendered, similar to a private business. It is intended to be self-supporting.

Slide 7 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriations-All Funds Overview Fund Type Adopted FY 2018-19 Proposed FY 2019-20 Increase / (Decrease) % Change 9,182,560 4.0% Governmental Funds General Fund* $ 227,786,018 $ 236,968,578 111,398,466 109,520,376 (1,878,090) (1.7%) 2,619,909 3,080,797 460,888 17.6% 28,433,000 16,390,164 (12,042,836) (42.4%) Enterprise Funds 399,248,497 430,676,203

31,427,706 7.9% Internal Service Funds 117,774,674 111,842,922 (5,931,752) (5.0%) 21,218,476 2.4% Special Revenue Funds* Debt Service Funds Capital Improvement Funds $ Proprietary Funds All Funds Grand Total $ 887,260,564 $ 908,479,040 * Filming Funds and Recreation Fund collapsing into the General Fund beginning FY 2019-20 $ Slide 8 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriations-General Fund (1 of 2) General Fund Department Administrative Services - Finance Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 5,787,467 Proposed FY 2019-20 Increase / (Decrease) $

$ 6,177,148 City Attorney 3,801,964 City Clerk 1,451,530 1,119,516 City Treasurer 4,389,151 793,464 850,872 % Change 389,681 6.7% 587,187 15.4% (332,014) (22.9%) 57,408 7.2% Community Development 17,465,318 16,635,857 (829,461) (4.7%) Community Services & Parks* 12,830,845 16,882,457 4,051,612 31.6% Fire 59,414,713

62,154,379 2,739,666 4.6% 3,068,540 (118,535) (3.7%) 1,370,081 (14,274) (1.0%) Human Resources Innovation, Performance & Audit * Recreation Fund collapsing into General Fund in FY 19-20 3,187,075 1,384,355 Slide 9 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriations-General Fund (2 of 2) General Fund Department Library, Arts & Culture Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 10,560,186 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 11,005,400 Increase / (Decrease) $ % Change 445,214 4.2% Management Services* 4,619,299 5,949,342

1,330,043 28.8% Police 87,315,322 89,022,571 1,707,249 2.0% Public Works 15,248,228 15,104,129 (144,099) (0.9%) (687,117) (17.5%) 9,182,560 4.0% Transfers General Fund Total 3,926,252 $ 227,786,018 * Filming Funds collapsing into the General Fund in FY 2019-20 3,239,135 $ 236,968,578 $ Slide 10 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriations-Special Revenue Funds (1 of 4) Fund 2010 - CDBG Fund 2020 - Housing Assistance Fund Adopted FY 2018-19 $

1,852,537 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 1,879,314 Increase / (Decrease) $ 26,777 1,348,542 % Change 1.4% 38,029,143 39,377,685 2,270,152 1,669,297 600,855 36.0% 2,416,477 2,449,400 32,923 1.4% (863) (0.6%) 6,123,399 6,747,837 624,438 10.2% 2090 - Affordable Housing Trust Fund 24,739 150,996 126,257 510.4% 2100 - Urban Art Fund 89,500 269,000 179,500 200.6% 2,088,316 2,481,533

393,217 18.8% 2030 - Home Grant Fund 2040 - Continuum of Care Grant Fund 2050 - Emergency Solutions Grant Fund 2060 - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Fund 2110 - Glendale Youth Alliance Fund 147,970 147,107 3.5% Slide 11 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriations-Special Revenue Funds (2 of 4) Fund Adopted FY 2018-19 Proposed FY 2019-20 Increase / (Decrease) $ 2120 - BEGIN Affordable Homeownership Fund $ 300,000 1,660,143 2130 - Low & Mod Income Housing Asset Fund $ 367,004 - 300,000 988,051 1,088,726 % Change - % (672,092) (40.5%) 721,722 196.7%

(609,464) (4,216,969) 45,920 4,191,000 (100.0%) (100.0%) 2.6% 43.8% (119,319) 38,492 1,211,848 (5.8%) 13.8% N/A 349,003 14,720 4.4% 80,400 (10,175) (11.2%) 2160 - Grant Fund 609,464 2170 - Filming Fund* 2180 - Recreation Fund* 2190 - Hazardous Disposal Fund 2210 - Parking Fund 2220 - Measure M Local Return Fund 2240 - Measure H Fund 2260 - Measure W Fund 4,216,969 1,761,348 9,560,809 2,043,282 1,807,268 13,751,809 1,923,963 278,114 - 316,606 1,211,848 334,283 2510 - Air Quality Improvement Fund 2530 - San Fernando Landscape District Fund * Funds collapsing into General Fund in FY 2019-20

90,575 Slide 12 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Special Revenue Funds (3 of 4) Adopted FY 2018-19 Fund $ 340,000 Proposed FY 2019-20 Increase / (Decrease) % Change $ (340,000) (100.0%) (4,520,000) (100.0%) 617,417 (52,917) 16.0% (1.3%) 463,275 4.5% 536,379 (190,657) (26.2%) 920,000 144,318 18.6% 421,693 (63,736) (13.1%)

$ - 2540 - Measure R Local Return Fund 2550 - Measure R-Regional Fund 2560 - Transit Prop A Local Return Fund 2570 - Transit Prop C Local Return Fund 2580 - Transit Utility Fund 2600 - Asset Forfeiture Fund 4,520,000 3,856,048 4,146,567 10,333,998 4,473,465 4,093,650 10,797,273 727,036 775,682 2610 - Police Special Grants Fund 485,429 2620 - Supplemental Law Enforcement Fund 2650 - Fire Grant Fund (4,400) 4,400 (100.0%) 600,000 2660 - Fire Mutual Aid Fund 2670 - Special Events Fund* * Funds collapsing into General Fund in FY 2019-20 750,000 1,195,010 - 150,000 25.0% (1,195,010) (100.0%) Slide 13 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Special Revenue Funds (4 of 4) Adopted FY 2018-19 Fund

$ 457,464 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ Increase / (Decrease) 449,169 2700 - Nutritional Meals Grant Fund $ (8,295) % Change (1.8%) 185,267 2750 - Library Fund 2800 - Cable Access Fund 2910 - Electric Public Benefit Fund Special Revenue Total 281,682 190,000 96,415 (675,000) (226,829) 52.0% (78.0%) (2.5%) $109,520,376 $(1,878,090) (1.7%) 865,000 9,243,196 $111,398,466 9,016,367 Slide 14 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Debt Service Funds Fund 3030 - Police Building Project Fund

Debt Service Total Adopted FY 2018-19 $2,619,909 $2,619,909 Proposed FY 2019-20 $3,080,797 $3,080,797 Increase / (Decrease) % Change $460,888 17.6% $460,888 17.6% Slide 15 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Capital Improvement Funds (1 of 2) Adopted FY 2018-19 Fund Proposed FY 2019-20 4010 - Capital Improvement (GF) $ 100,000 $ - Police 850,000 Fire Public Works Community Services & Parks Community Development Department Library, Arts & Culture Transfer to Scholl Canyon Landfill Post-closure Fund (4030) Total Fund 4010 Capital Improvement 50,000 2,833,000

579,500 5,250,000 1,575,000 6,530,000 4,560,000 100,000 4,560,000 $7,664,500 $ 19,323,000 Slide 16 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Capital Improvement Funds (2 of 2) Fund Adopted FY 2018-19 4020 - State Gas Tax Fund $ 7,610,000 4050 - Parks Mitigation Fee Fund 4110 - Housing Mitigation Fee Fund Capital Improvement Total Proposed FY 2019-20 $7,920,000 750,000 1,500,000 - 55,664 $ 28,433,000 $16,390,164 Slide 17 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Enterprise Funds (1 of 2) Adopted FY 2018-19 Fund 5250 - Sewer Fund 5300 - Refuse Disposal Fund $

39,621,293 5820 - Electric Works Revenue Fund 5830 - Electric Depreciation Fund 5850 - Electric Customer Capital Fund 36,557,317 27,299,582 Increase / (Decrease) % Change $ (3,063,976) (7.7%) (1,318,812) (4.6%) - 220,313 220,313 N/A 7,416,487 5,631,432 (1,785,055) (24.1%) 24,428,767 10.0% 8,302,362 64.9% - -% - -% 1,382,369 2.5% 243,504,907

267,933,674 12,783,938 21,086,300 2,000,000 5880 - Electric Customer Repair Fund 5920 - Water Works Revenue Fund $ 28,618,394 5400 - Fiber Optic Fund 5800 - Verdugo Fire Communication Fund Proposed FY 2019-20 2,000,000 50,000 55,080,416 50,000 56,462,785 Slide 18 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Enterprise Funds (2 of 2) Fund 5930 - Water Depreciation Fund 5950 - Water Customer Capital Fund 5980 - Water Customer Repair Fund Enterprise Total Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 8,602,062 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 11,834,800 Increase / (Decrease) % Change $ 3,232,738 29,000 37.6% 1,471,000

100,000 1,500,000 100,000 - 2.0% -% $ 399,248,497 $ 430,676,203 $ 31,427,706 7.9% Slide 19 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Internal Service Funds (1 of 2) Adopted FY 2018-19 Fund $ 20,264,972 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 6030 - ISD Infrastructure Fund 6040 - ISD Applications Fund 6070 - Building Maintenance Fund 6100 - Unemployment Insurance Fund 6120 - Liability Insurance Fund % Change 18,611,564 6010 - Fleet Management Fund 6020 - Joint Helicopter Operation Fund Increase / (Decrease) $ (1,653,408) (8.2%) 1,535,980 3,271,766 1,735,786 113.0%

13,430,865 11,152,733 (2,278,132) (17.0%) (2,411,457) (24.3%) 483,045 5.6% (674,362) (414,338) (91.0%) 634,489 4.2% (561,068) (28.6%) 9,920,494 8,672,128 741,028 7,509,037 9,155,173 66,666 7,407,247 6,992,909 6140 - Compensation Insurance Fund 14,996,770 15,631,259 6150 - Dental Insurance Fund 1,960,222 1,399,154 (5.6%) Slide 20 FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Summary of Appropriation-Internal Service Funds (2 of 2) Adopted

FY 2018-19 Fund $ 6160 - Medical Insurance Fund 6170 - Vision Insurance Fund 6400 - Compensated Absences Fund 6410 - RHSP Benefits Fund 6420 - Post Employment Benefits Fund 6600 - ISD Wireless Fund Internal Service Total 25,097,496 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ Increase / (Decrease) 25,062,173 $ 490,844 4,706,368 1,528,375 628,842 6,393,043 $ 117,774,674 % Change 249,595 5,154,164 1,270,058 616,520 5,700,151 $ 111,842,922 (35,323) (241,249) 447,796 (258,317) (12,322) (692,892) (0.1%) (49.1%) 9.5% (16.9%) (2.0%) (10.8%) $ (5,931,752) (5.0%)

FY 2019-20 Departmental Dashboards Administrative Services - Finance Slide 23 Administrative Services - Finance Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Personnel $ 5,169,621 Salaries & Benefits 1,007,527 M&O Total Budget $ 6,177,148 FY 18-19 Full Time 37.35 Hourly FTE Total FY 19-20 36.35 0.44 0.00 37.79 36.35 Departmental Highlights Creation of Financial Reports from Citys new system, Tyler Munis Upgrades to Munis ERP System through coordination with Human Resources and Information Services Continuation of enhancement of processes while ensuring strong internal controls Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund $ 5,787,467 Proposed FY 2019-20

$ 6,177,148 $ $ % 389,681 6.7% City Attorney Slide 25 City Attorney Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Personnel Salaries & Benefits $ 4,486,332 M&O 6,895,728 Total Budget Full Time $ 11,382,060 Hourly FTE Total FY 18-19 FY 19-20 18.31 20.00 1.42 1.92 19.73 21.92 Departmental Highlights Work with GWP on completion of Grayson project approvals and alternative energy RFP process, and EIR for Biogas Renewable Project Defend litigation challenging EIR for South Glendale Community Plan Work on Training Module for Trending Brown Act and Public Records Issues

Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund 6120 - Liability Insurance Fund Total Budget $ 3,801,964 7,407,247 $ 11,209,211 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ $ 4,389,151 $ 6,992,909 (414,338) $ 11,382,060 587,187 $ % 15.4% (5.6%) 172,849 1.5% City Clerk Slide 27 City Clerk Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Personnel Category Salaries & Benefits FY 18-19 FY 19-20 Full Time 6.00

6.00 Hourly FTE 1.25 2.10 7.25 8.10 $ 785,343 M&O 334,173 Total Budget $ 1,119,516 Total Departmental Highlights Overseeing and coordinating Elections for March 2020 Implementing Citywide Records Management Policy Launching of Electronic Agenda Packet and Report software Scanning and logging archives of city records Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund $ 1,451,530 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 1,119,516 $ $ (332,014) % (22.9%) City Treasurer Slide 29 City Treasurer

Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Personnel Category Salaries & Benefits FY 18-19 $ 723,565 M&O 127,307 Total Budget $ 850,872 Full Time FY 19-20 5.00 Hourly FTE Total 5.00 0.16 0.16 5.16 5.16 Departmental Highlights In conjunction with ISD, assist in the Citys Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) efforts compliance In conjunction with Finance, assist in the post implementation of Tyler Munis, the Citys Financial System Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund $ 793,464 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 850,872 $ $ 57,408

% 7.2% Community Development Slide 31 Community Development (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits M&O Total Budget Personnel $ 16,764,172 43,363,236 $ 60,127,408 Full Time* Hourly FTE* Total FY 18-19 FY 19-20 117.14 119.45 23.42 15.35 140.56 134.80 Departmental Highlights Land Use Element Next Affordable Housing Project Tech Week Streetcar Business Attraction: High-end Restaurant; Class A Office Space

Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund* 2020 - Housing Assistance Fund $ 17,465,318 38,029,143 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 16,635,857 39,377,685 $ $ (829,461) 1,348,542 * FY 19-20 position count includes positions authorized for Right to Lease. Proposed budget does not include any funding for Right to Lease. Pending Measure S discussion at Study Session #3. % (4.7%) 3.5% Slide 32 Community Development (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 2030 - Home Grant Fund 2090 - Affordable Housing Trust Fund 2120 - BEGIN Affordable Home Fund 2130 - Low & Mod Income Housing Fund 2510 - Air Quality Improvement Fund $ 1,669,297 24,739 300,000 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 2,270,152 150,996 300,000 $ % 600,855 126,257 - 988,051 (672,092) 1,660,143 334,283

$ 349,003 14,720 36.0% 510.4% - % (40.5%) 4.4% 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund 4110 - Housing Impact Fee Fund 6,530,000 - 55,664 (6,530,000) 55,664 (100.0%) N/A Total Budget $ 66,012,923 $ 60,127,408 $ (5,885,515) (8.9%) Community Services & Parks Slide 34 Community Services & Parks (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ M&O 18,524,459 13,567,690 Capital Improvement 2,675,000 Total Budget $ FY 18-19

Full Time Hourly FTE Total 34,767,149 FY 19-20 98.25 97.20 170.98 171.74 269.23 268.94 Departmental Highlights Deukmejian Education Center Finalizing joint use agreements with GUSD for Wilson and Cerritos multi-use fields and Glendale High School Tennis Courts Securing Los Angeles County Measure A and State of California Prop 68 funds for park development Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund* 2010 - CDBG Fund * Recreation Fund collapsing into General Fund in FY 19-20 $ 12,830,845 1,852,537 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 16,882,457 1,879,314 $ $ 4,051,612 26,777 % 31.6% 1.4% Slide 35 Community Services & Parks (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary

Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 2040 - Continuum of Care Grant Fund 2050 - Emergency Solutions Grant Fund 2060 - Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Fund 2110 - Glendale Youth Alliance Fund $ $ 2,416,477 $ 2,449,400 $ 32,923 147,970 147,107 (863) 6,123,399 6,747,837 624,438 2,088,316 2,481,533 393,217 367,004 2160 - Grant Fund Proposed FY 2019-20 1,088,726 721,722 1.4% (0.6%) 10.2% 18.8% 196.7% 2180 - Recreation Fund* 4,216,969 2240 - Measure H Fund 278,114 316,606 38,492 13.8% 2700 - Nutritional Meals Grant Fund 457,464 449,169

(8,295) (1.8%) 1,575,000 (3,675,000) 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund 4050 - Parks Mitigation Fee Fund Total Budget * Recreation Fund collapsing into General Fund in FY 2019-20 5,250,000 (4,216,969) % - (100.0%) (70.0%) 1,500,000 750,000 (750,000) (50.0%) $ 37,529,095 $ 34,767,149 $ (2,761,946) (7.4%) Fire Department Slide 37 Fire Department (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 59,623,200 M&O FY 18-19 10,414,879 Capital Outlay

305,000 Capital Improvement Total Budget FY 19-20 Full Time 211.0 Hourly FTE 43.37 40.43 254.37 252.43 850,000 $ 71,193,079 Total 212.00 Departmental Highlights Firefighter Recruit Academy Two New Engines Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund* 2190 - Hazardous Disposal Fund $ 59,414,713 1,761,348 * Beginning FY 2019-20 appropriation for the Fire Academy is added as recurring budget Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 62,154,379 1,807,268 $ $ 2,739,666 45,920 % 4.6% 2.6%

Slide 38 Fire Department (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 2650 - Fire Grant Fund $ 4,400 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ $ - (4,400) (100.0%) 150,000 25.0% 2660 - Fire Mutual Aid Fund 600,000 2670 - Special Events Fund* 7,390 - (7,390) (100.0%) 50,000 850,000 800,000 1600.0% 7,416,487 5,631,432 (1,785,055) (24.1%) $ 69,254,338 $ 71,193,079

$ 1,938,741 2.8% 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund 5800 - Verdugo Fire Communication Fund Total Budget * Fund collapsing into General Fund under Management Services beginning FY 2019-20 750,000 $ % Glendale Water & Power Slide 40 Glendale Water & Power (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 49,614,623 M&O 263,891,461 Capital Outlay 3,981,100 Capital Improvement 32,440,000 Transfers 20,277,055 Total Budget FY 18-19 Full Time 321.50 Hourly FTE Total FY 19-20 319.00 24.05 24.38

345.55 343.38 $ 370,204,239 Departmental Highlights Analyze and develop a new Sustainability Division/Section in the City Initiate and complete an Electrical Services Master Plan Upgrade Water AMI to a new IP based system and lay the groundwork for supporting new citywide Smart City technologies Implement new and augment existing clean energy programs including demand response, energy efficiency and solar programs Slide 41 Glendale Water & Power (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) 2910 - Elec. Public Benefit Fund 5400 - Fiber Optic Fund 5820 - Elec. Works Rev. Fund 5830 - Elec. Depreciation Fund 5850 - Elec. Customer Capital Fund 5880 - Elec. Customer Repair Fund 5920 - Water Works Rev. Fund 5930 - Water Depreciation Fund 5950 - Water Customer Capital Fund 5980 - Water Customer Repair Fund Total Budget Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 9,243,196 243,504,907 12,783,938 2,000,000 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 9,016,367 $ 220,313 267,933,674 21,086,300 2,000,000

50,000 50,000 55,080,416 8,602,062 1,471,000 100,000 56,462,785 11,834,800 1,500,000 100,000 $ 332,835,519 $ 370,204,239 $ (226,829) 220,313 24,428,767 8,302,362 - % (2.5%) N/A 10.0% 64.9% -% -% 1,382,369 3,232,738 29,000 - 2.5% 37.6% 2.0% -% $ 37,368,720 11.2% Human Resources Slide 43 Human Resources (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $

M&O 4,685,059 47,833,070 Total Budget Full Time $ 52,518,129 Hourly FTE Total FY 18-19 FY 19-20 22.90 22.95 2.18 3.38 25.08 26.33 Departmental Highlights Complete MOU negotiations with IBEW Local 18, GPOA, and GMA Police Managers Commence MOU negotiations with GCEA and GMA Upgrades to Munis ERP System through coordination with Finance and Information Services Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund 6100 - Unemployment Ins. Fund $ 3,187,075 741,028 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 3,068,540 66,666 $

$ % (118,535) (674,362) (3.7%) (91.0%) Slide 44 Human Resources (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 6140 - Compensation Ins. Fund Proposed FY 2019-20 $ % $ 14,996,770 $ 15,631,259 $ 634,489 4.2% 6150 - Dental Ins. Fund 1,960,222 1,399,154 (561,068) (28.6%) 6160 - Medical Ins. Fund 25,097,496 25,062,173 (35,323) (0.1%) 490,844 249,595 (241,249)

(49.1%) 6400 - Compensated Absences 4,706,368 5,154,164 447,796 9.5% 6410 - RHSP Benefits Fund 1,528,375 1,270,058 (258,317) (16.9%) 6420 - Post Emp. Benefits 628,842 616,520 (12,322) (2.0%) Total Budget $ 53,337,020 $ 52,518,129 $ (818,891) (1.5%) 6170 - Vision Ins. Fund Information Services Slide 46 Information Services (1 of 5) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 7,293,518 M&O 14,877,087 Capital Outlay

2,191,316 Total Budget $ 24,361,921 FY 18-19 Full Time FY 19-20 42.00 Hourly FTE Total 42.00 5.82 4.97 47.82 46.97 Departmental Highlights Enterprise-wide Windows 10 deployment and continued implementation of the Glendale Fire Department Verdugo data network for the CAD upgrade Implementation of the Police CAD dispatch system and Public Works mobile field inspections; Issue RFP for the Land Management System Installation of generator and redundant connectivity at Adams Hill Radio Site; Continued replacement of Public Safety mobile and portable radios Update of Information Services Department job classifications Slide 47 Information Services (2 of 5) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) 6030 - ISD Infrastructure Fund 6040 - ISD Applications Fund 6600 - ISD Wireless Fund Total Budget Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 13,430,865 9,920,494

6,393,043 $ 29,744,402 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 11,152,733 7,509,037 5,700,151 $ (2,278,132) (2,411,457) (692,892) (17.0%) (24.3%) (10.8%) $ 24,361,921 $ (5,382,481) (18.1%) $ % Information Services (3 of 5) Slide 48 Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Core mission is to modernize our IT environment that can be leveraged by City departments and ultimately residents Develop an infrastructure that is flexible, redundant, highly available, scalable, secure, and leverages an appropriate mix of on-premises and cloud hosted technologies Take advantage of new applications, technologies and software that makes a difference in how City conducts its business and serves our residents One key area that has not been done is to modernize job classifications Key to taking advantage of new technologies and modernization is having the right people with the right skill sets Information Services (4 of 5) Slide 49 Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary

Recruitment & retention for qualified IT personnel has been and continues to be problematic Competitive job market of IT Skills As digital and mobile technologies continue to evolve, the demand in the market place for qualified IT skills continues to increase Outdated job specifications Job specifications have not been updated to reflect current technologies Outdated terminology includes COBOL, degree in Data Processing, ability to use computer equipment, etc. Difficult to attract the qualified candidates and compete with other Government Agencies Information Services (5 of 5) Slide 50 Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary To address on-going recruitment & retention issues, the following is in the proposed FY 2019-20 ISD budget Update several classifications & salary ranges based on industry standards Current Proposed System Analyst System Engineer I, II, III IS Project Manager Departmental Applications Manager, GIS Manager, IT Projects Manager Sr. Security Systems Manager Network Manager Adjust salary ranges for the following existing job classifications Sr. PC Specialist Supervisor, IT Infrastructure Manager, IT Applications Manager, Wireless Systems Manager, Assistant CIO

Authorized head count for ISD remains the same Cost of proposed restructuring is $390K & funded in the ISD Internal Service Funds Costs will be phased in during the fiscal year Funded through a combination of attrition through future retirements and position downgrades as they become vacant Innovation, Performance & Audit Slide 52 Innovation, Performance & Audit Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Personnel Salaries & Benefits $ 1,213,256 M&O 156,825 $ 1,370,081 Total Budget FY 18-19 FY 19-20 Full Time 6.00 Hourly FTE 2.63 1.00 8.63 7.00 Total 6.00 Departmental Highlights

Modernizing City Processes Digital Recruitments Procurement Opportunities Building Talent Pipeline Succession Planning Building Inspection Trainee Program Automating Audits Unauthorized System Access Vendor Payments Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund $ 1,384,355 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 1,370,081 $ $ (14,274) % (1.0%) Library, Arts & Culture Slide 54 Library, Arts & Culture Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 7,657,093 M&O FY 18-19 3,898,989 Capital Improvement Total Budget 100,000 FY 19-20 Full Time

47.00 Hourly FTE 27.71 28.18 74.71 74.18 $ 11,656,082 Total 46.00 Departmental Highlights Montrose Library remodel Library cards for all GUSD students Addition of Digital Magazines Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund 2100 - Urban Art Fund 2750 - Library Fund 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund Total Budget $ 10,560,186 89,500 185,267 $ 10,834,953 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 11,005,400 269,000 281,682 100,000 $ 11,656,082 $ $ $ % 445,214

179,500 96,415 100,000 821,129 4.2% 200.6% 52.0% N/A 7.6% Management Services Slide 56 Management Services (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 4,532,729 M&O 1,431,613 Capital Improvement 175,000 Total Budget Full Time Hourly FTE $ 6,139,342 Total FY 18-19 FY 19-20 23.50 23.00 4.90 5.15 28.40 28.15 Departmental Highlights Complete upgrades and improvements to the Citys Government Access channel facilities, inclusive of upgrades to the City Council Chambers and Planning Hearing Rooms

Devise a strategy and implement tools to enable live broadcasting of community events from remote locations as part of the Citys ongoing effort to engage and inform the community at large Upgrade the Citys website layout to improve search functions and enhance the users experience, including full ADA accessibility and common branding themes across the organization, where applicable Slide 57 Management Services (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund* 2170 - Filming Fund* 2800 - Cable Access Fund Total Budget $ Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 4,619,299 609,464 865,000 $ $ 6,093,763 $ 5,949,342 190,000 6,139,342 * Beginning FY 2019-20 Filming Funds and Recreation Fund are collapsing into General Fund % $ 1,330,043 (609,464) (675,000) $ 45,579 28.8% (100.0%) (78.0%) 0.7% Police Department Slide 59

Police Department (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 77,453,328 M&O 18,049,878 Capital Outlay Full Time 1,750,000 Total Budget Hourly FTE $ 97,253,206 Total FY 18-19 FY 19-20 342.00 338.50 9.92 12.63 351.92 351.13 Departmental Highlights Transition of Parking Enforcement Upgrade In-car Video and Mobile Digital Computer Technology Evaluation of unmanned Aerial Systems for public safety purposes Mental health & homeless outreach Increase/(Decrease)

Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund 2600 - Asset Forfeiture Fund 2610 - Police Special Grants Fund $ 87,315,322 727,036 775,682 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 89,022,571 536,379 920,000 $ $ 1,707,249 (190,657) 144,318 % 2.0% (26.2%) 18.6% Slide 60 Police Department (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) 2620 - Supplemental Law Enf. Fund 2670 - Special Events Fund* 3030 - Police Bldg. Project Fund 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund 6020 - Joint Helicopter Operation Total Budget Adopted FY 2018-19 $ 485,429 1,187,620 2,619,909 100,000 1,535,980 $ 94,746,978 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 421,693 3,080,797 3,271,766 $ * Fund collapsing into General Fund under Management Services beginning FY 2019-20 97,253,206

$ $ (63,736) (1,187,620) 460,888 (100,000) 1,735,786 $ 2,506,228 % (13.1%) (100.0%) 17.6% (100.0%) 113.0% 2.6% Public Works Slide 62 Public Works (1 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Category Salaries & Benefits Personnel $ 34,640,399 FY 18-19 M&O 87,935,274 Full Time Capital Outlay 5,963,000 Hourly FTE Capital Improvement 21,871,000 Transfers 1,150,000 Total Budget 290.05 Total FY 19-20 285.55 23.09

26.95 313.14 312.50 $ 151,559,673 Departmental Highlights Fire Station 28 Reconstruction La Crescenta Avenue Rehabilitation Pavement Repair and Rehabilitation Program - Phase 1 Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 1010 - General Fund 2210 - Parking Fund 2220 - Measure M Local Return Fund $ 15,248,228 9,560,809 2,043,282 Proposed FY 2019-20 $ 15,104,129 $ 13,751,809 1,923,963 $ (144,099) 4,191,000 (119,319) % (0.9%) 43.8% (5.8%) Slide 63 Public Works (2 of 2) Proposed 2019-20 Budget Summary Increase/(Decrease) Adopted FY 2018-19 Proposed FY 2019-20 2260 - Measure W Fund

$ - 2530 - San Fern. Landscape Dist. Fund 2540 - Measure R Local Return Fund 2550 - Measure R Regional Fund 2560 - Transit Prop A Local Return Fund 2570 - Transit Prop C Local Return Fund 2580 - Transit Utility Fund 4010 - Capital Improvement Fund 4020 - State Gas Tax Fund 5250 - Sewer Fund 5300 - Refuse Disposal Fund 6010 - Fleet Management Fund 6070 - Building Maintenance Fund Total Budget 90,575 340,000 4,520,000 3,856,048 4,146,567 10,333,998 2,833,000 7,610,000 39,621,293 28,618,394 20,264,972 8,672,128 $ 157,759,294 $ 1,211,848 80,400 4,473,465 4,093,650 10,797,273 579,500 7,920,000 36,557,317 27,299,582 18,611,564 9,155,173 $ 151,559,673 $ $ % 1,211,848 N/A (10,175) (340,000) (4,520,000) 617,417

(52,917) 463,275 (2,253,500) 310,000 (3,063,976) (1,318,812) (1,653,408) 483,045 $ (6,199,621) (11.2%) (100.0%) (100.0%) 16.0% (1.3%) 4.5% (79.5%) 4.1% (7.7%) (4.6%) (8.2%) 5.6% (3.9%) FY 2019-20 Proposed Budget Authorized Full-Time Positions Fiscal Year Authorized Positions 2006-07 1,974 2007-08 1,986 2008-09 1,942 2009-10 1,904 2010-11 1,899 2011-12 1,873 2012-13 1,605* 2013-14 1,588

2014-15 1,520 2015-16 1,575 2016-17 1,584 2017-18 1,587 2018-19 1,590 2019-20 Proposed 1,579 *Includes General Fund & GWP Balancing Strategies Slide 64 Capital Improvement Program Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Slide 66 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Beeline Maintenance & Operation Measure R Local Return Fund (Fund 2540) $ 9,058 $ 199 $ - Transit Prop A Local Return Fund (Fund 2560)

3,376 3,376 - CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) 8,491 44 - Total $ 20,925 $ 3,619 $ - $ 500 $ 500 $ - Deukmejian Nature Education Center CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) 2,500 Total 1,151 - $ 3,000 $ 1,651 $ -

$ 40 $ 40 $ - Fitness in the Park Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) 155 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 195 155 $ 195 $ - Slide 67 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Fremont Park Renovation CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) $ Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) 6,000 $ 5,650 Total

$ 11,650 $ 834 6,000 $ 4,613 $ - 10,613 $ - 495 $ - GHS Tennis Court Renovation CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) $ 350 Total 344 - $ 1,184 $ 839 $ - $ 174 $ 170

$ - Glendale Sub-Regional Traffic Management Center CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) 522 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 696 522 $ 692 $ - Slide 68 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Howard Building Tenant Improvements $ - Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) $ Water Depreciation Fund (Fund 5930) - Total $ - $ 2,107

$ $ - 117 33 $ 150 $ - Grandview/Sonora RR Crossing Special Grants Fund (Fund 2520) Measure R Regional Fund (Fund 2550) $ 4,550 Total 41 393 $ 6,657 $ 434 $ - $ 737 $ 710 $ - Train Station First/Last Mile Measure M Local Return Fund (Fund 2220) CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) 2,657 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19

$ 3,394 2,624 $ 3,334 $ - Slide 69 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Verdugo Park North Community Building Parks Development Impact Fee Fund ( Fund 4050) $ CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) 2,000 $ 1,965 500 Total $ $ 444 2,500 $ - 2,409 $ - 336

$ - New Telephone System $ 342 Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) $ Water Depreciation Fund (Fund 5930) 108 106 $ Total $ 450 $ 122 - 442 $ - $ - Pacific Park Playground/ Pool Shade Structure CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) CDBG Fund (Fund 2010) $ 118 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 240 19 118 $ 137

$ - Slide 70 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Pacific Park Artificial Turf $ CDBG Fund (Fund 2010) Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) Total 740 $ - 740 $ - 350 750 $ 740 $ 740 $ 1,100 $ 370 $ 370 $

- Pacific Park Splash Pad CDBG Fund (Fund 2010) 364 CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Total 349 - $ 734 $ 719 $ - $ 500 $ 229 $ - Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Measure R Regional Fund (Fund 2550) State Gas Tax Fund (Fund 4020) CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 130 5 - 2,409 255 - 3,039

$ 489 $ - Slide 71 Projects with Multiple Funding Sources Summary by Project (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Regional Arterial Traffic Performance Meas. System Measure R Regional Fund (Fund 2550) $ CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) 100 $ 531 Total 100 $ 531 - $ 631 $ 631 $ - $ 2,612 $ 242

$ - Safe Routes to School CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) Grant Fund (Fund 2160)** Measure M Local Return Fund (Fund 2220) Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 ** Non-CIP Fund $ 563 129 - 34 25 132 3,209 $ 396 $ 132 Capital Improvement Program Projects with Single Funding Source Slide 73 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Hazardous Disposal Fund (Fund 2190) Facilities Renovation Grant Total $ 50

$ 50 $ - $ 50 $ 50 $ - $ 400 $ 147 $ - Parking Fund (Fund 2210) Downtown Parking Improvements Exchange Parking Str. Improvement 950 56 - Parking Lot Resurfacing 400 25 - Parking Structure Imp. Project 600 598 - Parking Lot & Meter Improvement 900

416 300 Civic Center Parking Garage Improvements - - 750 Elevator Improvement Marketplace Garage - - 900 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 3,250 $ 1,242 $ 1,950 Slide 74 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Measure W Fund (Fund 2260) Green Street Improvement Program $ Edgewick Road Watershed Management - $ Total

- $ - 200 430 $ - $ - $ 630 $ 400 $ 362 $ - Measure R Regional Fund (Fund 2550) San Fernando/Los Angeles Traffic Signals Traffic Signal at Verdugo & Valihi I-210 Freeway Sound Wall Total 600 524 - 4,520 4,520 - $ 5,520 $ 5,406 $

- $ 142 $ 77 $ - Transit Prop C Local Return Fund (Fund 2570) Bus Stop Improvements Refurb of GTC (Train Station) 500 Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 642 306 $ 383 $ - Slide 75 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Cable Access Fund (Fund 2800) GTV6 Control Room Relocation $ Council Chambers AC 850 $ 850

Total $ - 175 $ 850 $ 850 $ 175 $ 1,007 $ 511 $ 100 CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Branch Libraries Citywide Playground Equipment 850 Fire Station 26 Reconstruction 313 Fire Station 28 Reconstruction 57 Fire Station 29 Reconstruction 1,000 280 201 Montrose Branch Library 200 963 650 -

253 142 - Pacific Community Center Construction 3,469 2,592 - Rockhaven Rehabilitation 1,006 Signal Power Backup System * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 882 70 - 484 - Projects with Single Funding Source Slide 76 Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Cont. Glorietta Park Lighting & Irrigation $ 710 $ 41 $ - Verdugo Park Renovation

500 Central Park Block Project 2,238 ADA Facility Modification 1,160 453 City Hall Building Renovation 2,093 1,676 Illuminated Street Sign Replacement 1,400 454 - Lower Scholl Renovation 450 392 - Nibley Restroom Renovation 350 299 - Parks Unanticipated Repairs 1,350 187 200 700 700 - 50 50 -

Installation of Garage Gates at Police Building 100 100 - Installation of Safety Bollards 300 300 - 3,000 3,000 - Brand Park Restroom Renovation Fire Station 25 Remodel Artsakh Paseo Alley * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 463 - 2,099 125 - Slide 77 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* CIP General Fund (Fund 4010) Cont. Upper Scholl Canyon Renovation $ 984 $ 840

$ - Sports Complex Concession Renovation 500 432 - MSB Tenant Improvements 658 652 200 Central Library Childrens Room Renovation - - 100 Montrose Parking Lot and Electrical Upgrade - - 625 Dunsmore Parking Lot Resurfacing - - 500 Sports Complex Field 3 Artificial Turf - - 250 Total $ 25,380 $ 17,381

$ 2,950 $ 404 $ 116 $ - State Gas Tax Fund (Fund 4020) Traffic Signal Installations / Various Locations Gutter Construction Program** 1,890 485 470 Sidewalk Maintenance Program 3,700 333 480 Slurry Seal Maintenance Program 1,915 278 400 Street Reconstruction Program** 5,186 437 470 Street Resurfacing Program** 7,265 629 865 * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 ** Life to Date Project Budget reflects five-years of appropriation

Slide 78 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* State Gas Tax Fund (Fund 4020) Cont. Street Tree Maintenance $ Verdugo Blvd Rehabilitation 3,440 $ 36 $ 660 1,050 953 - Broadway Rehabilitation Phase 1 (Design) 150 110 100 Construction Consultants - Mgmt & Inspection 400 400 300 La Crescenta Ave Rehabilitation - - 2,420 Maintenance District 9 Pavement Rehabilitation

- - 1,000 Pavement Management System - - 650 Crash Barrier Maintenance and Repair Program - - 20 Highland Avenue Rehabilitation 1,150 1,128 - San Fernando Rehabilitation Phase 3 2,200 2,156 - 350 350 - - - 20 Traffic Signal Installation/Jackson & California Asphalt Repair Program Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 29,100 $

7,411 $ 7,855 Slide 79 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) Carr Park Outdoor Fitness Center $ 65 $ 25 $ - Central Park Plaza 2,250 2,236 - Cerritos Elementary Multi-Purpose 3,439 3,261 - Maple Park All Inclusive Playground 825 734 - Mid City Park Development Master Plan 100

78 - Outdoor Fitness Equipment 110 40 - Planning and Design Studies 400 93 - Sports Complex Batting Cage 400 379 - Verdugo Park All Inclusive Playground 825 807 - Wilson Middle School Multi-Use Field 5,050 4,869 - Total $ 13,464 $ 12,522 $ - $ 700

$ 394 $ - CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) Fire Department Burn Building Burbank-Glendale Tr. System Coordination * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 602 59 - Slide 80 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 CIP Reimbursement Fund (Fund 4090) cont. North Verdugo Road Safety Improvement $ 134 Freeway Ramps 150 $ 500 Total 86 $ 499 - $ 1,952 $ 1,038

$ - $ 400 $ 274 $ - $ 400 $ 274 $ - $ 115 $ 115 $ - San Fernando Corridor Tax Share Fund (Fund 4100) Flower Street Improvement & Widening Total Sewer Fund (Fund 5250) Brand Storm Water Lift Station Bioswale Construction 100 - 200 23,608 2,103 - Emergency Sewer and Storm Drain Repair Program

1,925 286 1,601 Pacific & Burchett WW Cap Improvement 1,580 24 - 365 365 - Chevy Chase Sewer Diversion PW Yard Recycled Water Main Ext. * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 Slide 81 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Sewer Fund (Fund 5250) Cont. San Fernando & Highland Drain $ Sludge and Debris Drying Facility 675 $ 134 $ - 50 45 -

Storm Water Pollutant Treatment 1,000 1,000 - Tyburn Street Wastewater Cap Improvement 1,600 81 - Wastewater Capacity Improvement 4,862 693 - Corrugated Metal Pipe replacement 1,062 434 Doran Pump Station Rehab 2,379 64 - Hyperion Waste Water System 25,753 1,871 3,900 LA-Glendale Water Reclaim Plant 34,304 14,919 5,000 7,216 1,104 150 180

180 - Sewer Reconstruction Program Wastewater Shop Tennant Improvement Total $ * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 106,774 $ 23,418 105 $ 10,956 Slide 82 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Refuse Disposal Fund (Fund 5300) Beverage Container Recycling $ Scholl Canyon Landfill Exp. Environmental Study Annual Cal-Recycle Grant Automated Container Replacement Program Total 479 $ 91 $ - 1,020 590 -

157 44 - 1,050 996 350 $ 2,706 $ 1,721 $ 350 $ 13,119 $ 35 $ - Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) Grayson Repower Overhaul Reserve Gas Turbine 1,722 733 - Repairs to Unit 8A & 8BC 4,080 287 - Unit 9 Catalyst Replacement 479 57 -

Biogas Renewable Generation 625 500 - 1,986 1,908 - Conservation Voltage Reduction 273 68 - E-Care Upgrade 187 187 - Unit 9 Modifications * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 Slide 83 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) Cont. GIS Web Viewer $ 133 $ 15 $ -

Howard Roofing Replacement 155 35 - Howard Substation 200 200 - Meter Data Analytics 176 28 - Electric Vehicle Program 670 326 - Emergency System Improvement 808 639 200 Feeder Conversion at Tropico Substation 1,951 259 800 Fiber Plan Implementation 2,346 132 5,900 Cable Replacements 1,744 278

500 Deteriorated Pole Replacements 1,560 459 200 Electric Vault Replacements 2,184 1,413 - Feeder Refusing 351 211 - Install Streetlights-Annual 310 205 250 Reclosers 902 207 - * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 Slide 84 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) Cont. Meter Purchases $

600 $ 292 $ - Streetlight Electric Services 425 234 - Transmission Line Upgrade 640 323 - Air Way Interconnection Improvements 1,600 1,600 - Capacity Bank Conversion 1,637 1,437 - Transformer Purchases 650 309 200 Circuit Breaker Replacement 500 500 - Grandview-Montrose Transmission 300

300 - Power Plant Emergency Repair 500 500 - Relay Protection Improvement 250 250 - Transmission Line Insulator Replacement - - 300 Pole Replacement for Fiber - - 300 Wildfire Mitigation - - 350 Distribution Expansion - - 300 * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 Slide 85 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget

Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Electric Depreciation Fund (Fund 5830) Cont. Substation Cap Banks $ - $ - $ 100 Electrical Services Master Plan - - 400 Facility Security and Landscaping - - 140 ICON Solution - - 280 OSISoft Pi Historian Enterprise - - 1,500 Unit #8 Gas Turbine Spare Engine Overhaul - - 800 Unit #8ABC Control Wiring Replacement

- - 300 Unit #9 Compressor By-pass Line - - 100 Unit #4 Air-Pre-Heater Overhaul - - 500 Power Plant Fire Alarm Panel Replacement - - 170 Unit #5 Super-Heater Tube Replacement - - 1,500 Unit #2 Turbine Generator Overhaul - - 2,900 Total $ $ Electric Customer Paid Capital Fund (Fund 5850)** * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 ** Life to Date Project Budget reflects one year of appropriation 43,063 2,000 $

13,927 $ 17,990 $ 1,720 $ 2,000 Slide 86 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Proposed FY 2019-20 Water Depreciation Fund (Fund 5930) AMI Modernization $ 453 $ 377 $ 1,650 Cap Recycled Hydrants 53 53 - Chevy Oaks Recycled Project 85 53 - Glorietta Well Replacement 150

50 850 Dunsmore Tank Rehab 203 203 - Fern Lane RW Tank Rehab 264 19 - Glenoaks 968 Pump Replace 276 83 - Grandview RW Tank Rehab 301 296 - 2,900 921 - 317 144 350 53 53 - Hoover, Toll & Keppel Recycle Water Main Potable Water Tank Rehab Program Recycled Services/Meters * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 Slide 87

Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Water Depreciation Fund (Fund 5930) Cont. Slope Repair at Verdugo $ 365 $ 23 $ - Transportation Equipment 203 14 - Glendale Heights Tank Replacement 950 897 - Grandview Pump Station 212 209 - Meter & Equip Endpoint Replace 150 150 - 4,901

723 4,000 Potable Hydrants 316 216 150 Pump Replacement Program 500 491 1,160 1,360 281 250 Pipeline Management Program Site Repairs at Various Locations * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 **Life to Date Project Budget reflects one year of appropriation Slide 88 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Water Depreciation Fund (Fund 5930) Cont. Western Pump Station Replacement $ 1,765 $ 1,412 $ - 1,590

199 350 300 300 240 50 39 - 500 500 1,000 Backup Power Program - - 400 Water Quality Enhancement Program - - 200 Wood Roof Replacement Program - - 200 Valve Replacement Facility Security & Landscape Service Line Replacement Water System Optimization Total $ $ Water Customer Paid Capital Fund (Fund 5950)** * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 **Life to Date Project Budget reflects one year of appropriation

18,217 1,471 $ 7,706 $ 10,800 $ 1,193 $ 1,500 Slide 89 Projects with Single Funding Source Project Summary by Fund (In Thousands) Life To Date Project Budget Proposed FY 2019-20 Remaining Budget 12/31/18* Fleet Management Fund (Fund 6010) In-Ground Vehicle Lift Replacement $ Chip Key Card Reader Kiosk 277 $ 251 $ - 494 494 - Underground Storage Tank Removal - -

200 Mobile CNG Fueling Station - - 50 Total $ 771 $ 745 $ 250 $ 25 $ 25 $ - ISD Infrastructure Fund (Fund 6030) Copper and Fiber Optic Cabling Disaster Recovery Site 508 167 - Replace Building Wiring 872 19 - Fiber Optic Connectivity 83 83 -

Total * Remaining budget assumes all current encumbrances will be expensed by 6/30/19 $ 1,488 $ 294 $ - FY 2019-20 Capital Improvement Program Recap (In Thousands) Proposed FY 2019-20 CDBG Fund (Fund 2010) $ Parking Fund (Fund 2210) 350 1,950 Measure W Fund (Fund 2260) 630 Measure M Local Return Fund (Fund 2220) 132 Cable Access Fund (Fund 2800) 175 General Fund (Fund 4010) 2,950 State Gas Tax Fund (Fund 4020) 7,855 Parks Development Impact Fee Fund (Fund 4050) 750 Sewer Fund (Fund 5250) 10,956 Refuse Disposal Fund (Fund 5300) 350

Electric Utility (Fund 5830 and Fund 5850) 20,107 Water Utility (Fund 5930 and Fund 5950) 12,333 Fleet Fund (Fund 6010) Grand Total 250 $ 58,788 Slide 90 Slide 91 FY 2018-19 Completed Capital Improvement Projects (1 of 2) Bicycle Facilities (Phase 2) City Hall MSB GSB Roofing System Restoration Doran/Broadway-Brazil at Grade Improvement Emergency Sewer and Storm Drain Repair (Phase 1) ADA Curb Ramp Improvements Project Glendale Narrows Riverwalk and Bikeway Culvert Project (Phase 2) Glendale Police Museum Glendale Police Tenant Improvement Hoover/Toll/Keppel/Chevy Chase Safe Routes to School Slide 92 FY 2018-19 Completed Capital Improvement Projects (2 of 2) Illuminated Street Sign Replacement (Phase 2 and 3) Kenneth Road Rehabilitation Municipal Services Building Exterior Protective Coatings Project Oceanview Blvd. Rehabilitation Pennsylvania Ave. Rehabilitation SB1 Doran Street Rehabilitation Project Tenant Improvements and Water Feature Renovation at Perkins Traffic Signals at Glendale/La Crescenta/Central Western Avenue and Riverside Drive Rehab Project Proposed Citywide Fee Changes FY 2019-20 93 Citywide User Fees, Fines, Rates & Charges Slide 94 Fee Setting Guidance Proposition 26: Passed in 2010, provided new definition of the term Tax, which means, all Fees

are Taxes with seven exceptions. 1) 2) 3) 4) Specific Benefit/Privilege (permits, franchises) Specific Service/Product (utility charges, park & rec. fees) Reasonable Regulatory Fees for licenses & permits (permits, inspections) Fee for entry, use or purchase of government property (parks & rec. entrance fees, equipment rental, some franchises) 5) Fines & penalties 6) Fees imposed as a condition of property development (limited to cost by other law) 7) Assessments & property-related fees subject to Prop. 218 (limited to cost by 218) If fees dont fall within one of the seven exceptions listed above, then Prop. 26 defines it as a Tax for which voter approval is required under Prop. 218 Citywide User Fees, Fines, Rates & Charges Slide 95 Fee Overview User Fees: A fee or rate charged to an individual or group that receives a Private Benefit from services provided by the City User Fee is Not a Tax: The service is usually a discretionary activity requested by the payer If a User Fee does not cover the Citys full cost for the services, taxes (General Fund) pay for the remainder 95 Citywide User Fees, Fines, Rates & Charges Fee Setting Guidelines Fee vs. Tax Source of Service Funding Examples 100% Taxes Taxes User Fees Taxes User Fees User Fees 0%

100% Some Some 100% Private Public Private Public Benefit (1) Benefit (2) Benefit (3) Benefit (4) 1) Building Permits 2) Youth Programs 3) Historic Preservation 4) Police Patrol Slide 96 Citywide User Fees, Fines, Rates & Charges Slide 97 FY 2019-20 Proposed Fee Changes Total Number of Fees for City Services - 2,347 No Changes 1,469 Fee Deletion 35 Decreases to Existing Fees 30 Increase to Existing Fees 39 Modifications 3 CPI Adjustments to Existing Fees 759

New Fees 12 97 Decreases to Existing Fees 98 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Slide 99 Decreases to Existing Fees (1 of 2) Fee # Page # Service Title Fees-Equipment Printouts/Copies Black/White Fees-Equipment Printouts/Copies Color Special Fees for Single Family Properties Replacement of windows Current Fee Proposed Fee CDD/ Building & Safety $0.20 each $1.00 each $150.00 plus $25 per window $0.10 each $0.50 each $150 plus $15 per window Dept/Div 8 31 Library

9 31 53 38 44 131 Expired Registration Police/ Parking $55.00 per violation $50.00 per violation 5 13, 15 153 154 Overhead Services: Various Fees GWP/ Electric Various Various 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36 154 155 Underground Services: Various Fees GWP/ Electric Various Various Library Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Slide 100 Decreases to Existing Fees (2 of 2) Fee #

Page # 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54 156 157 60 157 Service Spot Revision 63 157 Easement Processing Fee 64 157 Permit-to-Encroach (PTE) Fee 159 Delinquency Fees (Inclusive of all services on GWP bill); Reconnect Service; Same Day (Non-remote reconnect) 11 Service Title Overhead/Underground Services: Various Fees Dept/Div GWP/ Electric GWP/ Electric GWP/ Electric GWP/ Electric GWP/ Customer Service Current Fee Proposed Fee Various Various

$68.00 each $1,162.00 each $1,162.00 each $53.00 each $834.00 each $834.00 each $52.00 $50.00 Increases to Existing Fees 101 Slide 102 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Increases to Existing Fees (1 of 3) Fee # Page # 75 8 76 9 10 61 11 61 22 62 23 62 29 127 Service Title

Traffic Analysis and Impact Review; Projects with more than 50 trips; Base Fee Traffic Analysis and Impact Review; Projects with under 50 trips; Base Fee No Smoking Signs - First Sign (Staff Time and External Cost of Sign) No Smoking Signs - Each Additional Sign (External Cost of Sign) Smoking Permitted Area Sign - First Sign (staff time and external cost of sign) Smoking Permitted Area Sign - Each Additional Sign (external cost of sign) Oversized Vehicle 3 Nights Dept/Div Current Fee Proposed Fee PWD/Eng. $2,178.00 $5,927.04 PWD/Eng. $1,088.00 $2,963.52 CDD/N.S. $57.00 $59.00 CDD/N.S. $23.00 $24.00 CDD/N.S. $57.00 $59.00 CDD/N.S. $23.00 $24.00 Police $20.00

$50.00 Slide 103 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Increases to Existing Fees (2 of 3)* Fee # Page # 3 153 28 155 29 155 37 155 38 156 Service Title OH Services: Electrical panel relocation or update with no service size change: reusing the existing service conductor (in lieu of Basic Flat Fee) UG Services: Class 1Ph: 400A (C) (750-500-750) Basic Flat Fee UG Services: Class 1Ph: 400A (C) (750-500-750) Flat Charge Adder for Additional AL Run OH/UG Services: Class 1Ph: 100-150A (R) (1/0-2-1/0) Basic Flat Fee OH/UG Services: Class 1Ph: 100-150A (R) (1/0-2-1/0) Flat Charge Adder for Additional AL Run Current Fee Proposed Fee $211.00 each $376.00 each

GWP/ Electric $2,277.00 each $4,346.00 each GWP/ Electric $570.00 each $752.00 each GWP/ Electric $2,456.00 each $3,906.00 each GWP/ Electric $570.00 each $1,230.00 each Dept/Div GWP/ Electric * These are only an assorted 5 of the recommended GWP/Electric fee increases. There are a total of 32 Electric Section fees being increased for 2019-20, which can be found on pages 153-157. Slide 104 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Increases to Existing Fees (3 of 3) Fee # Page # 62 157 65 157

Dept/Div Current Fee Proposed Fee Preliminary Electrical Engineering Services GWP/ Electric $316.00 each $342.00 each Permit-to-Occupy (PTO) Fee GWP/ Electric $158.00 each $160.00 each Service Title Modifications to Existing Fees 105 Slide 106 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Modifications to Existing Fees Comment Fee # Page # Service Title Dept/Div Removed 1 88 Density Bonus Review: Review of Density Bonus Housing Plan Housing Fee

CDD/Housing Added 2 88 Density Bonus Housing Plan CDD/Housing Added 3 88 Density Bonus Housing Agreement CDD/Housing FY 2018-19 Fee $9,310.00 per project $2,208.00 per project $3,052.00 per project CPI Adjustments to Existing Fees 107 Citywide User Fees, Fines, Rates & Charges Slide 108 CPI Adjustments to Existing Fees Consumer Price Index (CPI) adjustment of 3.15% (Issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the month ending January 2019) applied to 759 fees The CPI Increases were applied to fees charged by the following Departments: Community Development, Fire, Glendale Water and Power, Library, Arts and Culture, Police, Public Works and other Miscellaneous fees 108 New Proposed Fees 109 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Slide 110 New Proposed Fees (1 of 3)

Fee # Page # Service Title Dept/Div Proposed Fee 14 Steam Clean Container Steam cleaning of one refuse, recycling, green waste or organics container PWD/ Integrated Waste $39.85 per container 50 30 Computer Lab Rental Commercial Rental of the central librarys Computer Lab (Commercial users) Library $100.00 per hour 51 30 Computer Lab Rental - Standard/Private Rental of the central librarys Computer Lab (Standard/Private users) Library $75.00 per hour 52 30 Computer Lab Rental - Non-Profit Rental of the central librarys Computer Lab (Non-Profit users) Library $40.00 per hour 215

53 Electronic Submittal Review Fee This fee will cover the review of plans submitted electronically, for completeness CDD/Building & Safety $150.00 45 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Slide 111 New Proposed Fees (2 of 3) Fee # Page # Service Title Dept/Div Proposed Fee 216 53 Construction Debris Processing Fee Fee collected to process the construction debris deposit CDD/Building & Safety $50.00 217 53 Digital Processing Fee Fee collected to offset cost of software licensing enabling electronic application submittal CDD/Building & Safety $15.00 157 400A: Installing Meter Equipment (CT) in Standing Sections Service Fee Fee to install instrument transformers into customer's 400A standing metering equipment. Transformers reduce voltage and current to standard values of metering. GWP/Electric

$916.00 157 Meter Meggering Test Fee Fee to megger customers metering equipment. A megger test is a test of insulation integrity to verify that there is no short circuit between phases and ground. GWP/Electric $171.00 55 56 Citywide User Fees, Rates and Charges Slide 112 New Proposed Fees (3 of 3) Fee # Page # 57 59 61 Service Title Dept/Div Proposed Fee 157 Pulse Meter Service Fee Fee to remove existing utility meter and install a pulse meter and associated equipment. This is a special request from the customer. The meter provides data at 15 minute intervals for building energy management systems. GWP/Electric $612.00 157 Service Spot Fee Fee to visit a property for the purpose of spotting an electrical service panel for commercial or multiresidential properties. Staff creates a Service Spot drawing with applicable guidelines and specifications for the installation of service panel. GWP/Electric $214.00 157

Quitclaim - Summary Vacation (GWP Only) Fee for preparing City Council report and all supporting documents to vacate/quitclaim the Citys utility right-ofway back to the property owner(s). Fee also covers County Recorders charges, if applicable. GWP/Electric $534.00 each Citywide User Fees, Rates & Charges Slide 113 Estimated Revenues FY 2019-20 By Fee Category Fee Category Revenue Estimates by Fee Category Fee Count No Changes 1,469 $ - Fee Deletions 35 - Fee Decreases 30 (57,677) Fee Increases 39 46,426 Modifications 3 36,820 CPI Increases 759 259,544

12 361,101 2,347 $ 646,213 New Fee Total Citywide User Fees, Rates & Charges Slide 114 Estimated Revenues FY 2019-20 By Fund Type Fund New Fees General Fund $ 315,430 Non-General Funds Total Modifications $ 45,671 $ 361,101 $ Increases Decreases $ - - $ 197,901 36,820 108,068 (57,677) 36,820 $ 305,969 $ (57,677) Estimated Revenue

$ 513,331 132,882 $ 646,213 Slide 115 FY 2019-20 Budget Adoption Calendar May 7, Budget Study Session #2, 9:00 a.m. Departmental Presentations Capital Improvement Program Proposed Citywide Fee Changes May 14, Budget Study Session #3, 9:00 a.m. Follow-up Items Measure S Discussion May 21, Budget Hearing, 6:00 p.m. June 4, Budget Adoption, 6:00 p.m. 115 Questions & Comments

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