City plans at least 5 years ahead and budget funds incrementally to address ongoing maintenance and capital improvements of all its facilities to maintain a safe environment in a cost-effective and proactive manner.
City Infrastructure incorporates a 5 Year Maintenance Program
Maintenance of each facility is planned and budgeted over a five-year term for replacement of critical operating and structural elements.
Economic Development Incentives Program
Designed to stimulate the creation of new full-time jobs or keep current employees and employers in the City.
A Cost Savings Matrix
Tracks and monitors actual savings each fiscal year as a result of negotiations or value engineering for each City project.
Street paving improves safety & longevity of streets.
Paving program – per IMS report.
Transit Oriented Design (TOD) Master Plan
Funding provided by a Federal Transit Administration Pilot Planning Grant.
The goal is to identify ways to improve transit-oriented development (TOD) conditions around the planned Tri-Rail station within the City’s core to reflect the character of the City, facilitate future mobility, support system ridership, and enhance the economic sustainability of the area.
Reduces vehicular trips and attract economic development.
Action Meeting Minutes – saves on labor from producing verbatim minutes.
City Green Market
Supporting locally grown foods and small, family businesses.