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2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

2017 202 Capital Improvement Program


Capital Improvements are the projects that require the expenditure of public funds for the acquisition, construction
or replacement of the infrastructure necessary for communities. Capital planning is critical to continuation of
essential public services, as well as being an important component of a communitys economic development
program. The creation and update of multi-year capital plan allows for the community to plan for the current and
longer term needs of the constituents. This plan is often integrated with the maintenance needs and funding sources
that will provide for the delivery of services to a community.
Capital projects are different from the operating budgets of a City, as they often represent large financial obligations
that may span more than one year. The unique nature of capital projects allows for a different presentation to the
governing board, than the process used for operational budget discussions. The information and tracking needs of
projects requires an adequate system of management, to ensure the impact to the capital plan, as well as the
operational budgets.
The development of a capital improvement plan is prepared with the following elements:
Identification of needs, utilizing strategic plans, comprehensive plans as well as input from citizens, staff
and Council.
Determination of the projects specific to repair, maintenance, replacement or new construction.
Recognition of the revenue sources that will be utilized to fund the planned projects
Need for debt issuance for future needs
Identification of the need for policy updates or creation
It is critical that the full cost of the projects be developed as well as the timing and coordination of the project with
other entities, both public and private. The planning process that brings all the impacted parties into play will result
in a program that can clearly detail not only the original construction costs, but future year maintenance and
operational costs. With this information as a base, the future year plans as well as affordability of the projects can
be evaluated, based on more consistent and reliable information, establishing a strong and consistent Capital
Improvement Program.
The plan for the City of Shakopee lists the projects scheduled for the upcoming 5 years, and details the activities for
the Capital Funds, including Park Funds, as well as the Sanitary and Surface Water Enterprise funds. CIP is
prepared by the City staff It is then submitted to the City Council for approval, as the 5-year program is utilized by
staff for the long range planning and budget needs of the City.

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Park Reserve Fund


Description of Service:
The park reserve provides for the acquisition and improvements on City Parks. These services
are overseen by the Park and Recreation Director with the help of other staff as required.
Goals:
1. Provide public gathering spaces and facilities.

CITY OF SHAKOPEE
2017 BUDGET
PARK RESERVE FUND

2014
Actual
Revenue
Licenses & Permits
Park Dedication Fee
Intergovernmental
Federal Grant
Miscellaneous
Interest
Contributions
Total Revenues

Expenditures
Riverside Fields/Bluffs
Huber Park
Quarry Lake Phase 1 (Park)
Quarry Lake Phase 2 (Trails)
Quarry Lake Phase 3 (Building)
Southbridge Community Park
High School Joint Site Development
Riverview Park
Tahpah Park Improvements
Total Expenditures
Interfund Loan
Transfer In
Transfer Out
Other Financing Sources (Uses)

2016
Original
Budget

2015
Actual

752,552

934,456

2016
Revised
Budget

2,018,028

2017
Budget

1,300,000

1,500,000

2,645
2,679
33,508
20,000
811,384

3,430
24,708
962,594

150,000
5,000
290,000
2,463,028

150,000
5,000
390,000
1,845,000

610,000
2,110,000

26,631
68,301
31,023
934,026
1,059,981

31
71,605
303,224
170,983
300,520
846,363

1,790,000
600,000
75,000
2,465,000

1,790,000
1,790,000

2,000,000
2,200,000
4,200,000

150,000
(513,995)
(363,995)

Excess (deficiency) of
Sources over Uses
Fund Balance- January 1

$
$

Reserved for Delayed Projects


Fund Balance December 31

(248,597) $
1,877,028

1,628,431

(247,764) $
1,628,431

1,380,667

(1,972) $
1,380,667

1,378,695

55,000

(2,090,000)

1,380,667

1,360,667

(75,000)
$

1,360,667

(729,333)

Delayed Projects:
Riverview Park

75,000

Park Reserve Fund


Projected Fund Levels
2017-2021 Capital Improvement Program

REVENUES:
Park Dedication Fees
Grants
Donations/Misc.
Cost Sharing
Interest
Total Revenue

2017
$ 1,500,000
600,000
10,000
2,110,000

2018
$ 1,700,000
100,000
10,000
1,810,000

2,000,000
2,200,000
4,200,000

250,000
250,000

75,000
300,000
375,000

(2,090,000)

1,560,000

1,360,667

(729,333)

EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures per List CIF
Huber Park Improvement
Quarry Lake Phase 2 (Trails)
Quarry Lake Phase 3 (Building)
Quarry Lake Phase 4
Tahpah Park Improvements
Jennifer Lane Park
Total Expenditures
Excess (Deficiency)
Transfer Out to CIF
Southbridge Trail Development
TH 169 Pedestrian Bridge
Fund Balance January 1*
Fund Balance December 31

(729,333) $

830,667

2019
500,000
150,000
10,000
660,000

2021
500,000
100,000
10,000
610,000

Unfunded
$
1,900,000
500,000
2,400,000

2,400,000
2,000,000
4,400,000

285,000

610,000

610,000

(2,000,000)

(75,000)
-

(500,000)

1,760,667

2020
500,000
100,000
10,000
610,000

830,667

1,040,667

1,150,667

$ 1,040,667

$ 1,150,667

$ 1,760,667

$ (239,333)

* Balance equals cash balance per cash flow projection with project carry forward.

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program


Project Manager
Jamie Polley
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Funds
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Flow
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Title:
Quarry Lake Park
2017

Total Project Cost:


2018

2019

2020

2021

Unfunded

2,000,000
2,200,000
4,200,000

6,200,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

1,500,000
3,700,000
500,000

4,200,000

500,000

2,000,000

Description
This project would provide funding for construction of the restored Aggregate Industries quarry
site.
Justification
This project would develop the facility as recreational amenity for the city. If possible, work
would be coordinated with the Watershed District's plans for channel improvements.
Other Comments
Funding sources include grants and partnerships with committee members. $30,000 Xcel
grant, $10,000 Polaris grant in 2006. $150,000 DNR grant in 2014. All costs listed are
estimates. Due to the inability to obtain public access the grants received in 2005 and 2006
had to be returned. With public access additional grants will be sought by the City and the
Waterski Association.
$500,000 possible donation from Emerson for the Community Building
Operating Costs
Costs would depend on scope of development.

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program


Project Manager
Jamie Polley
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Funds
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Flow
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Title:
Jennifer Lane Neighborhood Park
2017

2018

Total Project Cost:


2019

2020

2021

250,000
Unfunded

250,000
-

250,000

250,000

250,000

Description
Future neighborhood Park off of Jennifer Lane. It is anticipated to get land from the 1st and
2nd developments of Jennifer Lane.
Justification
Land is obtained from the development. Funding to buildi the park would be from the Park
Reserve Fund.
Operating Costs
The estimated operating costs for a small neighborhood park is approximately $2500/year.

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program


Project Manager
Jamie Polley
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Funds
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Flow
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Title:
Huber Park Improvements; Shelter & Riverbank
Stabilization
2017
2018
2019

Total Project Cost:


2020

2021

2,475,000
Unfunded
2,400,000

75,000
-

75,000

75,000

75,000

2,400,000

500,000
1,900,000

2,400,000

Description
The addition of a 38' X 50' open air shelter within Huber Park will be used for community
rentals and special events. A small shelter is planned for 2019 for daily use. Stabilization of
river bank along Huber Park.
Shelter design took place in 2013 for $1100, City Council chose to construct the shelter
utilizing the $150,000 grant from the SMSC. Construction in 2014. The shelter will resemble
the performance stage and support building, Beyond 2017- Riverbank Stabilization
Justification
This project adds an addition seasonal rental facility. The small shelter will be built in the NE
corner of the playground where the area is pad ready and planned for a small shelter. It also
completes the redevelopment of Huber Park by stabilizing the river bank, constructing river
overlooks, and reconstructing trail segments.
Operating Costs
$500 year.

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program


Project Manager
Jamie Polley
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Funds
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Flow
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Title:
Tahpah Park Improvements
2017

Total Project Cost:

2018

2019

2020

2021

700,000
Unfunded
400,000

300,000
-

300,000

150,000

250,000
100,000
50,000

150,000

300,000

400,000

400,000

Description
Future Unfunded- Baseball field Construction on open field to west of stadium, City will
apply for a grant from Baseball of America in the amount of $100,000. (Anticipates donation
of labor or in house labor for some work.)
Justification
This project would complete development of Tahpah Park with an additional baseball field in
2016.
Other Comments
The project for 2016 is contingent on the joint development of the HS site for grass turf
fields. The Parks Department will be extending the outfield fences of fields 5-8 concurrently
with the lighting project.
Operating Costs
The estimated operating costs for additional baseball field is approximately $2,000 per year.
Lighting two softball fields with lights would add $800 per year for operating 4 nights per
week.

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Capital Improvement Fund


Description of Service:
The Capital Improvement Fund is for various infrastructure projects in the City. These services
are overseen by the Public Works Director/City Engineer with the help of other staff as required.
Goals:
1. Provide improvements to roads and trails.
2. Address needs of the community through planning processes.

CITY OF SHAKOPEE, MINNESOTA


2017 BUDGET
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

2014
Actual
Revenue
Capital Improvement Fund Levy
Tax Increment Financing ($2.3M
over 9 years)
Franchise Fees
Special Assessments
Intergovernmental
Federal Grants
State Aid Construction
SMSC
Interest
Miscellaneous/Donations
Total Revenues

2016
Original
Budget

2015
Actual
-

2016
Final
Budget
-

2017
Budget
-

385,000

2,124,944

635,055

255,556
1,070,000

255,600
1,070,000

255,600
915,000
2,425,000

1,101,600
879,698
50,000
100,396
40,740
4,297,378

1,070,397
83,137
27,210
1,815,799

971,000
57,951
440,000
2,794,507

971,000
54,600
440,000
2,791,200

1,025,000
61,300
580,000
5,646,900

Expenditures
CR 101 Trail ext.
101 Trail Improvement
Quarry Lake Trail
Scenic Heights Trail Repair
Overlay
Valley View Road
Reconstruction Project
CSAH 17/Vierling Inter. Improv.
Shenandoah Bus. Park. Improv.
Vierling Dr- C.R. 69 to Taylor Street
Trail Rehabilitation
Southbridge Traffic Signal Modification
Reclamation
CSAH 16 Reconstruction
3rd Avenue Reconstruction
4th Avenue Reconstruction
Street Lighting
Vierling Drive Payvement Rehab
Flashing Yellow Lights-County
CSAH 78/79 Trail Extension
17th Avenue Extension West of CR 15
Lewis Street Parking Lot & Alley
CR 79/Vierling Roundabout
County Trail Work
Miscellaneous
Total Expenditures

343,935
1,892
166,389
15,416
1,161,570
530,460
1,226,997
1,809,732
693,422
45,236
86,631
50,406
8,119
6,140,205

1,600
817,615
(47,095)
1,255,764
6,588
63,959
65,126
5,083
75,969
2,231
144,683
2,391,523

1,420,000
80,000
4,380,000
1,500,000
2,070,000
250,000
9,700,000

1,420,000
80,000
4,380,000
1,500,000
2,070,000
250,000
9,700,000

2,020,000
2,400,000
1,500,000
80,000
105,000
120,000
625,000
430,000
7,280,000

Transfers In
General Fund
Sewer
Storm
Transfers Out
Other Financing Sources (Uses)

1,750,000
(30,664)
1,719,336

1,396,822
(321,082)
1,075,740

1,200,000
310,000
1,735,000
3,245,000

1,200,000
310,000
1,735,000
3,245,000

370,000
190,000
560,000

500,016

$ (3,660,493) $

Excess (deficiency) of
Sources over Uses

Fund Balance January 1

(123,491) $
5,753,669

5,630,178

6,130,194

Reserved for Delayed Projects


Fund Balance 12/31

(3,663,800) $
6,130,194

(1,073,100)
2,386,394

(80,000)
5,630,178

6,130,194

2,469,701

2,386,394

1,313,294

Reserved for Delayed Projects


Trail Rehabilitation
Vierling CR 69 to Taylor
Vierling CR 69 to Taylor (100% Assessed)
2015 Delayed Projects

80,000
1,300,000
(1,300,000)
80,000

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Capital Improvement Fund


Projected Fund Levels
2017-2021 Capital Improvement Program
City of Shakopee, Minnesota
REVENUES:
Capital Improvement Fund Levy
Franchise Fees
Special Assessments
County Portion of Project
TIF (2.3M over 9 years)
Intergovernmental MSA
SPUC Portion of Project
Federal/MnDOT Funding
Interest
Total Revenue

2017
385,000
915,000
2,425,000
255,600
1,025,000
580,000
61,300
5,646,900

2018
485,000
915,000
565,000
255,600
1,025,000
640,000
23,900
3,909,500

2019
555,000
945,000
190,000
255,600
1,025,000
130,000
13,100
3,113,700

2020
655,000
945,000
100,000
3,000,000
255,600
1,025,000
20,000
2,000,000
10,500
8,011,100

2021
630,000
970,000
255,600
1,025,000
25,000
7,300
2,912,900

Unfunded
1,500,000
1,500,000

EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures per List CIF
Overlay
Reconstruction Projects
Trail Rehabilitation
Flashing Yellow Lights-County
CSAH 78/79 Trail Extension
17th Avenue Extension West of CR 15
Lewis Street Parking Lot & Alley
Concrete Alleys
12th Avenue Trail
Savanna Oaks Park to Southbridge Parkway Trail
Vierling CR 69 to Taylor
TH 169 Pedestrian Bridget
Reclamation
CSAH 42 Improvments
CSAH 83 Intersection
CR 15 Interchange & Trail Improvements
CR 79 Pedestrian Underpass
CSAH 16 Trail Extension
Total Expenditures

2,020,000
2,400,000
80,000
105,000
120,000
625,000
430,000
1,500,000
7,280,000

1,890,000
2,740,000
80,000
420,000
5,130,000

2,290,000
910,000
80,000
240,000
150,000
3,670,000

1,160,000
80,000
3,000,000
400,000
1,200,000
4,000,000
9,840,000

1,980,000
270,000
80,000
2,330,000

2,500,000
125,000
100,000
2,725,000

370,000
190,000
560,000

420,000
535,000
955,000

75,000
60,000
100,000
235,000

500,000
10,000
1,020,000
1,530,000

15,000
50,000
65,000

(265,500)

(321,300)

OTHER FINANCING SOURCE


Transfers In
Park Reserve Fund
Sewer
Storm
Total Other Financing Source
Excess (Deficiency)

(1,073,100)

Fund Balance January 1


Fund Balance 12/31

2,386,394
$

1,313,294

1,313,294
$

1,047,794

1,047,794
$

726,494

(298,900)

647,900

(1,225,000)

726,494

427,594

1,075,494

427,594

1,075,494

(149,506)

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:

2017

105,000
105,000

Project Title:
Flashing Yellow Lights-County
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$105,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

105,000

105,000

Description:
Retrofit of Traffic Control Signals in Scott County

Justification:
To Upgrade signals to flashing yellow arrows to various intersections

Other Comments:
City cost is estimated at $105,000.00 per Scott County.

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street improvements

Project Title:
Trail Rehabilitation

Total Project Cost:


$400,000.00

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

75,000

75,000

75,000

75,000

75,000

5,000
80,000

5,000
80,000

5,000
80,000

5,000
80,000

5,000
80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000

80,000
80,000
Description:
Rehab existing trails in the city.

80,000

FUTURE

Justification:

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street improvements
2017

Project Title:
C.R. 78/79 TRAIL EXTENSION
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$120,000.00

2020

2021

FUTURE

100,000
20,000
120,000

120,000

120,000

Description:
Extension of a bituminous trail on the North side of CSAH 78 from CSAH 17 to
CSAH 79 and on the East side of CSAH 79 from CSAH 78 to CSAH 16.
Justification:

Other Comments:
This is a County led project. Costs above are estimated City costs only and
approximately half of local match on a Federal funded project.

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2017 Bituminous Overlay
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$2,020,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

1,870,000
150,000
2,020,000

1,920,000

30,000

SPU

20,000

50,000
2,020,000

Description:
Bituminous overlay of various streets throughout the City.

Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Bituminous overlays are more cost effective than reconstructing pavements.
Streets will be evaluated on a yearly basis and may be moved up or moved
back in the CIP.

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2017 Street Reconstruction
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$2,400,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

2,100,000
300,000
2,400,000

1,020,000

550,000

SPU

340,000
350,000
140,000

2,400,000

Description:
Street, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and watermain reconstruction: Shakopee
Avenue from CSAH 17 to 11th Avenue.
Justification:
To continue with the rehabilitation of the City's infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Staff has received several resident communications for this project.

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
Vierling Drive - C.R. 69 to Taylor St.
2018

2019

2020

Total Project Cost:


$1,500,000
2021

FUTURE

1,200,000
300,000
1,500,000

1,500,000

1,500,000

Description:
The construction of street, utility , sidewalk and trail system from County Road
69 to Taylor Street.
Justification:
Vierling Drive completion is needed to provide access to commercial property
south of Shakopee Town Square and North of the Shakopee By-Pass while
completing this east-west collector system.

Other Comments:
Need to design roadway after future end user is identified.

Operating Costs:

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
Lewis Street Parking Lot & Alley
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$430,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

370,000
60,000
430,000

170,000

60,000

200,000

430,000

Description:
To rehabilitate Lewis Street parking lot and three blocks of downtown alleys.
Justification:
To rehabilitate parking lot and restore alley pavement with improved drainage

Other Comments:
Utility companies need to make improvements to their systems in the alleys.

Operating Costs:

18

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
17th Avenue, from C.R. 15 to 1000
feet west
2019
2020

2018

Total Project Cost:


$625,000
2021

FUTURE

500,000
125,000
625,000

100,000

525,000

625,000

Description:
Extension of 17th Avenue from County Rd 15 to 1000 feet west.

Justification:
Development of this area may warrant the extension of 17th Avenue.

Other Comments:
The County has determined that this should be a county road. Extension of
road would be done in conjunction with development.

Operating Costs:

19

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2018 Bituminous Overlay
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$1,890,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

1,770,000

120,000
1,890,000

1,830,000

20,000

SPU

20,000

20,000
-

1,890,000

Description:
Bituminous overlay of various streets throughout the City.

Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Bituminous overlays are more cost effective than reconstructing pavements.
Streets will be evaluated on a yearly basis and may be moved up or moved
back in the CIP.

Operating Costs:

20

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2018 Street Reconstruction
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$2,740,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

2,340,000

400,000
2,740,000

1,060,000

620,000 SPU
460,000
400,000
200,000

2,740,000

Description:
Street, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and watermain reconstruction: Shakopee
Avenue from CSAH 17 to Market Street and Dakota Street and Minnesota
Street from Shakopee Avenue to 10th Avenue..
Justification:
To continue with the rehabilitation of the City's infrastructure.

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

21

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
Concrete Alleys
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$420,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

320,000

100,000
420,000

105,000

315,000

420,000

Description:
Reconstruct existing alleys with concrete pavement.

Justification:
To rehabilitate existing alleys and improve drainage.

Other Comments:
Estimate is for 5 city blocks of alley improvements. Locations to be determined.

Operating Costs:

22

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2019 Bituminous Overlay
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$2,290,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

2,140,000

150,000
2,290,000

2,230,000

20,000

SPU

20,000

20,000
-

2,290,000
Description:
Bituminous overlay of various streets throughout the City.

Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Bituminous overlays are more cost effective than reconstructing pavements.
Streets will be evaluated on a yearly basis and may be moved up or moved
back in the CIP.

Operating Costs:

23

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2019 Street Reconstruction
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$910,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

750000

160000
910,000

490,000

110000 SPU
190000
40000
80000

910,000
Description:

Street, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and watermain reconstruction: Scott Street from Levee Drive to
2nd Avenue, Atwood Street from Levee Drive to 1st Avenue; Levee Drive, from Scott Street to
Holmes Street and 7th Avenue from Spencer to Sommerville.

Justification:
To continue with the rehabilitation of the City's infrastructure in the older sections of the Community.

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

24

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
12th Avenue Trail
2018

2019
40,000
160,000

40,000
240,000

Total Project Cost:


$240,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

240,000

240,000
Description:
Construct a bituminous trail from CSAH 83 to Quarry Lake Park.

Justification:
Provide a trail connection from CSAH 83 to Quarry Lake Park.

Other Comments:
Right of Way Easements will be needed.

Operating Costs:

25

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
TRAIL
2017

Project Title:
Savanna Oaks Park to Southbridge
Parkway Trail
2019
2020

2018

Total Project Cost:


$150,000
2021

FUTURE

130,000

20,000
150,000

75,000
75,000

150,000
Description:
Provide trail connection to Savana Oaks Park & Dean Lake Trail from other
areas of Southbridge.
Justification:
Trail connection would complete a trail gap in trail system and connect park to
other areas of Southbridge.

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

26

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2020 Bituminous Overlay
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$1,160,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

1,040,000

120,000
1,160,000

1,110,000

20,000

SPU

10,000
20,000

1,160,000
Description:
Bituminous Overlay of various streets throughout the city. Project area to be
determined.
Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Bituminous overlays are more cost effective than reconstructing pavements.
Streets will be evaluated on a yearly basis and may be moved up or moved
back in the CIP.

Operating Costs:

27

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2020 Bituminous Reclamation
2018

2019

2020

Total Project Cost:


$400,000
2021

FUTURE

330,000

70,000
400,000

300,000

100,000

400,000
Description:
Bituminous Reclamation of Vista Ridge Lane and Westridge Drive.

Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

28

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
CSAH 42 Reconstruction
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$1,200,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

1,000,000

200,000
1,200,000

1,200,000
Description:
Reconstruction of CSAH 42 from CSAH 83 to CSAH 17.

200,000

1,000,000

Justification:

Other Comments:
Costs above only include City costs. This project is in the County TIP for 2020.

Operating Costs:

29

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
Total Project Cost:
$4,000,000
12th Avenue & CSAH 83
Improvements
2019
2020
2021
100,000
3,300,000

2018

600,000
4,000,000

FUTURE

1,000,000

3,000,000

4,000,000
Description:
12th Avenue & CSAH 83 Improvements

(County + Federal)

Justification:
Increased traffic from economic development and potential Canterbury retail
requires intersection improvements.

Other Comments:
TIF funding may be an option if Canterbury applies for TIF. County has
indicated submitting for Federal funding on CSAH 83 and this intersection.

Operating Costs:

30

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
T.H. 169 Pedestrian Bridge
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$3,000,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

3,000,000

3,000,000

500,000
500,000
2,000,000

(Federal)

3,000,000
Description:
An additional pedestrian bridge east of C.R. 83 over T.H. 169 along PLSLWD
channel is needed to complete trail connections. Project is to build a new
pedestrian bridge utilizing Federal Aid Highway Funds.
Justification:

ForpedestriansorbicycliststocrossT.H.169.

Other Comments:
Coordination meetings are needed with Mn/DOT and Scott County for this
project to obtain funding a project is dependent upon receiving Federal funds.

Operating Costs:

31

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2021 Bituminous Overlay
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$1,980,000
2020

2021

FUTURE

1,830,000

150,000
1,980,000

1,930,000

20,000 SPU

10,000
20,000

1,980,000
Description:
Bituminous Overlay of various streets throughout the city.

Justification:
Continuation of the City's Pavement Preservation Program to maintain existing
infrastructure.

Other Comments:
Bituminous overlays are more cost effective than reconstructing pavements.
Streets will be evaluated on a yearly basis and may be moved up or moved
back in the CIP.

Operating Costs:

32

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
2021 Street Reconstruction
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$270,000

2020

2021

FUTURE

240,000

30,000
270,000

160,000

5,000

SPU

70,000
5,000
30,000

270,000
Description:
Street Reconstruction of Park Ridge Drive. A majority of the curb can be
protected to significantly lower costs. Sanitary sewer and watermain will not
need to be replaced.
Justification:
To continue with the rehabiliation of the City's infrastructure.

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

33

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
CR 15 Interchange & Trail
Improvements
2019
2020

2018

Total Project Cost:


$2,500,000
2021

FUTURE
2,200,000

300,000
2,500,000

1,000,000
Federal
MnDOT

1,100,000
400,000

2,500,000
Description:
Interchange improvements to improve safety and construct trail connectors
along CR 15 from 17th Avenue to Vierling Drive.

Justification:
Improvements to the Interchange is for safety and to provide safe pedestrian
crossings of the CR 15 bridge over TH 169.
Other Comments:
Would need Federal Grant selection to receive federal funds or MnDOT
Cooperative Agreement funding. It is anticipated that this section will be turned
back to the City for the County.

Operating Costs:

34

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
CR 79 Pedestrian Underpass
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$125,000

2020

2021

FUTURE
100,000

25,000
125,000

125,000

125,000
Description:
To construct a pedestrian underpass under CR 79 for the Upper Valley
Drainageway trail.

Justification:
Safety concerns of crossing a County road of this trail which not as an
intersection.
Other Comments:
Best pricing would be to install the underpass when the County is
reconstructing the road.

Operating Costs:

35

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. Funding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Street Construction
2017

Project Title:
CSAH 16 Trail Extension
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$100,000
2020

2021

FUTURE
80,000

20,000
100,000

100,000

100,000
Description:
Construct missing trail segments along CSAH 16 between CSAH 18 and CSAH
21.

Justification:

Other Comments:
The City asked the County to include this in the County TIP. As of now the
project is not in the County TIP. Costs above only include City costs.

Operating Costs:

36

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

ENTERPRISE FUNDS
The Enterprise Funds are maintained to account for the operation of the sanitary sewer, storm
drainage systems and refuse. Since the operation of these systems is financed by user charges
and are self-supporting, they are accounted for in a manner similar to private business. The Storm
Drainage Fund was established by Ordinance 176 in 1985.
The intent of the City Council is to have a cash balance to at least equal accumulated
depreciation. This follows the City Auditors recommendation. Accumulated depreciation is a
reflection of historical costs of depreciable assets. Replacement cost is expected to be two to
two and one half times as much as historical costs. Cash balance is also expected to have
approximately 4 months of operating expenditures for cash flow purposes. The City reviews
fees annually to determine appropriate revenue levels.

37

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Sanitary Sewer Fund


Description of Services:
Activity in this fund reflects the operations of the Municipal Sanitary Sewer System. This includes repair and maintain
current sewer lines, manhole rehabilitation/replacement, repairing lines, GIS/GPS hardware.

Goals:
1. Maintain and operate the Municipal Sanitary Sewer System.
2. Continue to comply with Federal and State mandates as they are updated or expanded
3. Undertake reviews and studies of the existing system to ensure that it can meet the expansion needs of the
community and commercial/industrial entities.
4. Coordinate with the State and County construction and Capital Improvement Plans, to ensure that rate payers
receive highest level of service for the capital commitment
5. Review and maintain rates that meet the current and near future needs of the rate payer.

38

Sanitary Sewer Fund


Projected Net Position
2017-2021 Capital Improvement Program
City of Shakopee, Minnesota
2017
Net position as of January 1 (excluding capital assets)
Less: Restricted cash balance
Available net position as of January 1
Revenues:
Monthly Flat Fee
Flow charges
City SAC
Trunk Charges
Metro SAC
Interest
Interest on Interfund Loan
Special Assessments
Transfer In
Total revenue
Expenses:
Operation Expenses
Treatment Costs
Capital Equipment
Transfer to General Fund
Transfer to City Hall Capital Project Fund
Projects:
Service Replacement
Trunk Sewer Extensions
SCADA System Upgrades
CSAH 18 Sewer Extension
Transfer to Capital Imp. Fund for projects
Total Expenses
Excess (Deficiency)
CashEstimated Net Position as of December 31
Accumulated Depreciation

2018

2019

2020

2021

10,315,358

8,218,558

7,027,858

6,204,958

5,546,858

917,500
2,335,900
100,000
50,000
25,000
103,200
8,500

988,100
2,522,800
100,000
50,000
25,000
82,200
7,400

1,058,700
2,724,600
100,000
50,000
25,000
70,300
6,400

1,129,200
2,867,600
100,000

1,199,800
3,018,200
100,000

25,000
62,000
5,300

25,000
55,500
5,300

3,540,100

3,775,500

4,035,000

4,189,100

4,403,800

693,700
2,578,200
100,000
125,000
500,000

707,600
2,713,600
100,000
125,000
-

721,800
2,856,100
100,000
125,000
-

736,200
3,006,000
100,000
125,000
-

750,900
3,163,800
100,000
125,000
-

520,000
750,000
370,000
5,636,900
(2,096,800)
8,218,558

750,000
150,000
420,000
4,966,200
(1,190,700)
7,027,858

750,000
120,000
125,000
60,000
4,857,900
(822,900)
6,204,958

750,000
120,000
10,000
4,847,200
(658,100)
5,546,858

100,000
15,000
4,254,700
149,100
5,695,958

$ 14,449,425 $ 15,243,391 $ 16,045,297 $ 16,855,222 $ 17,673,247


57%
46%
39%
33%
32%

39

SanitarySewerFund
ProjectedCashLevels
20172021CapitalImprovementProgram
CityofShakopee,Minnesota
9,000,000

8,000,000

7,000,000

6,000,000

5,000,000

4,000,000

3,000,000

2,000,000

1,000,000

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

$0.50Flat

$0.50Flat

$0.50Flat

$0.50Flat

$0.50Flat

8%Variable

8%Variable

8%Variable

5.25%Variable

5.25%Variable

Totalrevenue

TotalExpenses

EstimatedNetPositionasofDecember31

40

FlowRevenuevsTreatmentCosts
20152020
CityofShakopee,Minnesota

3,500,000
3,000,000
2,500,000
2,000,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
500,000

2017

2018

2019

Revenues:Flowcharges

2020

2021

Expenses:TreatmentCosts

41

FlatFeeRevenuevsExpenses(lessTmtCosts)
20152020
CityofShakopee,Minnesota
3,500,000

3,000,000

2,500,000

2,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

500,000

2017

2018

2019
MonthlyFlatFee

2020

2021

Expensesless
TreatmentCosts

42

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
L-16 Improvements
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$75,000.00
2020

2021

60,000

15,000
75,000

Description:
Demolition of old L-16 building.

75,000

75,000

Justification:

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

43

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
Trunk Sewer Extensions
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$1,010,000.00
2020

2021

520,000

150,000

120,000

120,000

100,000

520,000

150,000

120,000

120,000

100,000

520,000

150,000

120,000

120,000

100,000

520,000

150,000

120,000
120,000
100,000
Description:
Extension of trunk sewer through development. As certain areas within the City
develop trunk sanitary sewer will need to be extended.
Justification:
Sewer extension is part of City's sanitary sewer plan and is needed in order for
area to develop.

Other Comments:
Sewer will be extended as area develops. MCES MAY REQUIRE TRUNK
COST REIMBURESEMENT FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW AS PER
SHAKOPEE/CHASKA INTERCEPTOR COST SHARING AGREEMENT.

Operating Costs:

44

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
Service Replacement
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$2,250,000.00
2020

625,000

625,000

625,000

125,000
750,000

125,000
750,000

125,000
750,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

2021

750,000
750,000
Description:
Replace or line services located on mains that have been lined.

Justification:
To date, there are 750 services connected to sewer mains that have been lined.
Many of the sewer service pipes are over 40 years old.

Other Comments:
Lining of service pipes will be from the main to appoximately the right of way
lines.

Operating Costs:

45

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
CSAH 18 Sewer Extension
2018

2019

Total Project Cost:


$750,000.00

2020

2021

600,000
150,000
750,000

750,000

750,000

Description:
Extend sanitary sewer to serve the Whispering Oaks development.

Justification:
To eliminate the existing lift station and eliminate flow into the Savage sewer
system. Savage Agreement needs to be revised.

Other Comments:
Need to coordinate with SPUC's booster station to serve area with Shakopee's
water. Also need County approval for installing line in County Highway 18 right-ofway. Another alternate route is through Muhlenhardt Road and Horizon Drive.
Sewer study of area is recommended.

Operating Costs:

46

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
Utility Extension to Maras St. &
Hanson Ave.
2019
2020

2018

Total Project Cost:


$2,710,000.00
2021

2,210,000

500,000
2,710,000

920,000

1,740,000

50,000

2,710,000
Description:
Extension of sanitary sewer and water service to the properties adjacent to
Maras St. and Hanson Avenue. A majority of the properties will require sanitary
sewer grinder pumps.
Justification:

Other Comments:

Operating Costs:

47

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Sanitary Sewer
2017

Project Title:
SCADA System Upgrades
2018

2019

105,000
20,000
125,000

Total Project Cost:


$125,000.00
2020

2021

125,000

125,000
Description:
To improve the reliability and performance of supervisory control and data
acquisition (SCADA) system for major lift stations.
Justification:
The need for better reliability and data for major lift stations would reuire an
upgrade system and use of fiber.

Other Comments:
Fiber is nearby both L-16 and Southbridge lift stations.

Operating Costs:

48

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Surface Water Fund


Description of Services:
The Public Works Department operates and maintains the surface water system for the City of Shakopee which includes 109
miles of storm sewer and 196 ponds. Participate in erosion control projects and implementation of the Citys Water Resource
Management Plan.
Goals:
1.
2.
3.
4.

To provide to protect, enhance, and restore water quality.


Plan for annual erosion control and related maintenance of the Pond systems
Prepare for needed wetland enhancement projects
Address issues as the community infrastructure ages

49

Surface Water Fund


Projected Unrestricted Net Position
2017-2021 Capital Improvement Program
City of Shakopee, Minnesota

Unrestricted Net Position January 1


Revenues:
User Fees
Trunk Charges
Interest
Total Revenue
Expenses:
Operation Expenses
Capital Equipment
Transfer to General Fund
Transfer to City Hall Capital Project Fund
Projects:
Annual Erosion Control/Pond Cleaning
PLSL Channel Improvement
Blue Lake Channel Improvements
Blue Lake Channel Cooperative
West End
CSAH 15 Ditch Improvements
Transfer to Capital Imp. Fund for projects
Total Expense
Excess (Deficiency)
$
Cash Balance December 31
Accumulated Depreciation

2017
12,605,790

2018
11,530,990

2019
10,922,890

2020
10,845,690

2021
9,977,290

1,034,800
100,000
100,000
1,234,800

1,086,500
100,000
100,000
1,286,500

1,108,200
100,000
100,000
1,308,200

1,163,600
100,000
100,000
1,363,600

1,186,900
100,000
100,000
1,386,900

834,600
50,000
125,000
500,000

859,600
50,000
125,000
-

885,400
50,000
125,000
-

912,000
50,000
125,000
-

939,400
50,000
125,000
-

125,000
100,000
300,000
85,000
190,000
2,309,600
(1,074,800)
11,530,990 $

125,000
100,000
100,000
535,000
1,894,600
(608,100)
10,922,890 $

125,000
100,000
100,000
1,385,400
(77,200)
10,845,690 $

125,000
1,020,000
2,232,000
(868,400)
9,977,290 $

125,000
50,000
1,289,400
97,500
10,074,790

13,097,492 $
88%

13,889,011 $
79%

14,688,444 $
74%

15,495,873 $
64%

16,311,375
62%

50

SurfaceWaterFund
ProjectedCashLevels
20172021CapitalImprovementProgram
CityofShakopee,Minneosta

12,000,000

10,000,000

8,000,000

6,000,000

4,000,000

2,000,000

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

0%

3.5%

3.5%

3.5%

3.5%

TotalRevenue

TotalExpense

Cash:Balance12/31

51

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

2018

Project Title:
Annual Erosion Control and Pond
Cleaning
2019
2020

Total Project Cost:


$750,000.00
2021

125,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

25,000
150,000

25,000
150,000

25,000
150,000

25,000
150,000

25,000
150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000
150,000
150,000
Description:
Annual Erosion Control Project and/or annual pond cleaning project.

Justification:
Areas may need to be fixed to meet NPDES requirements. Ponds may need to
be cleaned to meet NPDES requirements.

Other Comments:
The storm sewer outfalls and ponds must be inspected prior to determining a
project area.

Operating Costs:

52

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

Project Title:
PLSL Channel Improvements
2018

90,000

90,000

10,000
100,000

10,000
100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

2019

Total Project Cost:


$200,000.00

2020

2021

Description:
Additional capacity and control structures in the Prior Lake/Spring Lake Channel
to handle increased run-off due to development.
Justification:
Existing agreement with Prior Lake/Spring Lake Watershed District (PLSLWD)
requires the City to maintain the channel upon the City utilizing the channel for
urban development. Increased runoff from development will require a larger
channel.

Other Comments:
This segment will be upgraded when the property develops.

Operating Costs:

53

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

Project Title:
Total Project Cost:
Construction of Pollution Prevention $2,000,000
Devices
2019
2020
2021

2018

FUTURE
1,800,000

200,000
2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000
Description:
Future water quality treatment project. Dependent on future requirements.
Potential locations include Market Street, County Road 17, Fuller Street and
Adams Street.
Justification:
This may be mandated in the future.

Other Comments:
MPCA & EPA Standards requiring additional Pollution Prevention devices has
not been mandated.

Operating Costs:

54

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

2018

Project Title:
Blue Lake Channel Regional Storm
Pond
2019
2020

Total Project Cost:


$100,000.00
2021

100,000

100,000
Description:
Regional ponding of storm water, west of CSAH 83 to control storm water rate
and quality.
Justification:
Management of storm water in this area is necessary to prevent flooding and
management of water from areas south of the pond.

Other Comments:
Construction of ponding would be done with development.

Operating Costs:

55

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

2018

Project Title:
Blue Lake Channel Cooperative
Regional Storm Pond
2019
2020

Total Project Cost:


$100,000.00
2021

100,000

100,000
Description:
To construct a Joint Regional Pond with the SMSC on the Blue Lake Channel
prior to outletting to the Prior Lake Channel.
Justification:
Control of storm water by ponding and infiltration prior to the Prior Lake Channel
is good management of storm water.

Other Comments:
Joint Powers Agreement with the SMSC would be necessary on this joint
venture.

Operating Costs:

56

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

2018

Project Title:
West End Regional Pond & Trunk
Oversizing
2019
2020

Total Project Cost:


$300,000.00
2021

240,000
60,000
300,000

300,000
300,000
Description:
Additional capacity of ponding and better rate control of drainage entering into
the Upper Valley Drainage system.
Justification:
Contol of water rates are important to manage the system and reducing the
potential of flooding downstream.

Other Comments:
The oversizing of ponds and pipes will be coordinated with development.

Operating Costs:

57

City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Storm Drainage
2017

Project Title:
CSAH 15 Ditch Improvements
2018

2019

2020

Total Project Cost:


$85,000.00
2021

70,000
15,000
85,000

85,000
Description:
To remove ditch on the west side of CR 15 to facilitate the placement of trail.

Justification:
Ditch will not be necessary upon development and storm sewer will allow for curb
& gutter and trail placement.

Other Comments:
Coordination with MnDOT and approval of CH 15 Turnback Agreement is
needed.

Operating Costs:

58

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Equipment Internal Service Fund


Description of Service:
This fund finances the multi-year Equipment Plan. Financing to purchase equipment is provided
by "rent" payments from the operating departments at rates established annually by the Finance
Department as part of the budget process. Equipment for the Sewer and Storm Drainage enterprise
funds is not included. The Equipment Fund shall "own" and acquire larger pieces of equipment
including but not limited to cars, trucks, graders, loaders, tractors and larger mowers or items
generally costing $20,000 or more.
Establishment:
The Equipment Fund was established by Resolution #4077 in 1994.
Goals:
1. To segregate funds for the acquisition of equipment to avoid budget problems caused by
large purchases in a single year.
Business Unit:
7800 Equipment I.S. Fund

59

2017 Annual Budget


Equipment Internal Service Fund

2014
Actual
Sources
Miscellaneous
Rentals
Sale of Assets
Interest
Note repaid
Total Revenue

Uses
Capital Equipment

2015
Actual

701,338 $
134,904
95,000
931,242

621,163
310,079

2016
Original
Budget

464,384 $
85,405
63,778
613,567

2,190,829

Net

Cash Balance December 31

$ 7,464,033 $ 4,900,827

2016
Final
Budget

612,868 $
10,000
622,868

1,243,000

2017
Proposed
Budget

612,868 $
10,000
622,868

1,243,000

861,100
10,000
871,100

1,109,500

$ (1,577,262) $ (620,132) $ (620,132) $ (238,400)


$ 4,280,695

$ 4,280,695

$ 4,042,295

60

Equipment Replacement
Projected Fund Levels
2017-2026 Capital Improvement Program
City of Shakopee, Minnesota
SOURCES
Miscellaneous
Rentals
Sale of Assets
Interest
Total Revenue
EXPENDITURES:
Uses
Capital Equipment
Total Expenditures

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

861,100

878,322

895,888

913,806

932,082

950,724

969,738

989,133

1,008,916

1,029,094

10,000
871,100

10,000
888,322

10,000
905,888

10,000
923,806

10,000
942,082

10,000
960,724

10,000
979,738

10,000
999,133

10,000
1,018,916

10,000
1,039,094

1,109,500
1,109,500

1,504,750
1,504,750

778,000
778,000

778,000
778,000

1,162,000
1,162,000

1,230,750
1,230,750

509,000
509,000

783,750
783,750

1,729,000
1,729,000

2,286,750
2,286,750

4,280,695

4,042,295

3,425,867

3,553,755

3,699,562

3,479,644

3,209,618

3,680,356

3,895,740

3,185,656

$ 4,042,295

$ 3,425,867

$ 3,553,755

$ 3,699,562

$ 3,479,644

$ 3,209,618

$ 3,680,356

$ 3,895,740

$ 3,185,656

$ 1,938,000

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

EXCESS (DEFICIENCY OF
SOURCES OVER USES)
Cash Balance January 1
Balance 12/31

61

CITY OF SHAKOPEE
Budget 2017 | 10-Year Equipment Projection
EQUIPMENT FUND
Police
Patrol - Marked
Patrol - Unmarked/Administrative
Patrol - Sargeants 4x4
Utility Vehicle Pickup Truck
Fire
Pumper Truck
Rescue Truck
Truck - Telesquirt
Truck - 1-Ton 4x4 With Grass Pak
Chief's Vehicle
Fire Inspector Vehicle
All-Terrain Vehicle/Grass Pak
Building Inspection
Inspection Vehicle
Facilities
Truck - Pickup 4x4 w/Plow, Lift Gate
Scissor Lift
Truck - Pickup
Engineering
Truck - Pickup 4x4
Natural Resources
Truck - Pickup 4x4
Street Maint
Loader
Truck - Single Axle Dump
Truck - Pickup
Truck - Pickup 4x4 w/Plow
Skidsteer Loader
Sign Truck
Park Maint
Large Mower
Pickup Truck 4x4 w/Plow
Pickup 4x4 1.5T w/Box Hoist Plow
Bucket Truck
Tractors
Skidsteer Loaders (2)
Pickup 2x4 1.5T
Small Mowers (3)
Stump Grinder
Enclosed Trailer
Rotary Blade Grinder
V-Plow
Ice Resurfacer 3pt.
Pickup Truck
Hook Truck w/Equip
Recreation
Minivan
Pickup Truck w/Plow/Lift
Ice Resurfacer
Total Governmental Funds

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

245,000

100,000

150,000

255,000

260,000

159,000

216,000
72,000

270,000

275,000
38,000

163,000
39,000
58,000

48,000

53,000
45,000
1,200,000

700,000
900,000

380,000
1,000,000
100,000
46,000

120,000

48,000

43,000
40,000
30,000

31,000

35,000
50,000

15,000
60,000
37,000

39,000

80,000
35,000

250,000

520,000

4,500

43,000
4,500

4,500

530,000
45,000
4,500
70,000

150,000

4,500

220,000
540,000
39,000

225,000
40,000

4,500

4,500

155,000

4,500

160,000
47,000
78,000

44,000
7,500
9,000
50,000

19,500
9,000

7,500
9,000

21,750

4,500

19,500
9,000

7,500
9,000

21,750

19,500
9,000

120,000
7,500
9,000

21,750

19,500
9,000

7,500
9,000

21,750

4,500

165,000
48,000

19,500
9,000
21,750

10,000
20,000
12,500
7,000
15,000
40,000

60,000

240,000
30,000
51,000
130,000
1,109,500

62
1,504,750

778,000

778,000

1,162,000

1,230,750

509,000

783,750

1,729,000

2,286,750

EquipmentInternalServiceFund

4,500,000

4,000,000

3,500,000

3,000,000

2,500,000

2,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

500,000

2017

2018

Expenditures

2019

2020

2021

2022

RequestedRentRevenue

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2028

CashBalanceatRequestedRentRate

2029

2030

2031

2032

2033

CashBalanceatCurrentRate

2034

2035

2036

2037

CurrentRentRevenue

63

2017 Annual Budget

Operating Budget

Park and Recreation Asset Internal Service Fund


Description of Service:
This fund finances the replacement of park
t
assets. Financing to accomplish this
is provided by "rental" payments from the park maintenance
t
division at rates
established annually by the Finance Department as part of the budget process.
Establishment:
The fund was established in 2007.
Goals:
1. To segregate funds relating to parks and recreation assets to avoid budget problems caused
by large purchases in a single year.
Business Unit:
7805 Park Asset I.S. Fund

64

2017 Annual Budget


Park and Recreation Asset Internal Service Fund

2014
Actual
Sources
Rentals
Other
Sale of Assets
Interest
Donations
Total Revenue

Uses
Trail Overlay
Westminster Hockey Rink
Lions Park Improvements
Lions Park Trail
Lions Park Warming House
Lions Park Rink
Lions Park Playground Equipment
Scenic Heights Park Building
Tahpah Lighting
Tahpah fence extension
Field 8 Backstop and Fence
Memorial Park Bridge
Schleper Stadium- Scoreboard
Schleper Field Stadium Seating
Schleper field lights/roof
Schleper Painting
Gazebo Levy Drive
Community Center Parking Lot
Community Center Bathroom Counters
Community Center Curbing
Community Center Lift Replacement
Community Center Study
Community Center Basketball Hoop Replace
Community Center Locker Replacement
Backstops
SV- Pool Slide
SV- Pool Diving Well
SV- Pool Slide Pump
Skate Park Relocation
Playground Equipment
Riverview Fence
Maps
Total Expenditures

437,064
26,306
1,820
37,010
502,200

2016
Original
Budget

2015
Actual
$

221,678
50,797
1,194
26,250
20,903
34,692
22,491
378,005

374,660
5,000
4,280
26,248
410,188

32,653
12,652
24,039
154,697
162,507
284,980
40,650
453
712,630

385,900
5,000
390,900

2016
Final
Budget
$

65,000
350,000
20,000
300,000
50,000
105,000
15,000
75,000
25,000
1,005,000

385,900
5,000
250,000
640,900

2017
Proposed
Budget
$

65,000
500,000
400,000
20,000
375,000
50,000
105,000
200,000
75,000
25,000
1,815,000

684,200
5,000
10,000
699,200

60,000
180,000
125,000
20,000
200,000
100,000
30,000
35,000
50,000
800,000

Excess (deficiency) of
Sources over Uses

124,195

(302,442) $

(614,100) $ (1,174,100) $

(100,800)

Transfer In
Net

210,000
334,195

(302,442) $

(614,100) $ (1,174,100) $

(100,800)

Cash Balance December 31

2,290,580

2,081,738

1,467,638

907,638

806,838

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Park and Recreation Asset Internal Service Fund
2017 - 2021 Capital Improvement Program
2017
Revenues:
Rent from Park Maintenance
Rent from Building (CC, IA and SV)
Interest
Donation
Total Revenue

372,000
312,200
5,000
10,000
699,200

2018
$

2019

372,000
364,100
5,000
20,000
761,100

372,000
364,100
5,000
10,000
751,100

2020
$

372,000
364,100
5,000
10,000
751,100

2021
$

372,000
364,100
5,000
10,000
751,100

Expenditures:
Recreation Facility Projects:
CC Basketball Hoop Replacement
CC Boiler Replacment
CC Parking Lot
CC Bathroom Counters
SV Main Pool Pump
SV Small Drop Slide
SV Pool Filter Replacement
SV Pool Diving Well
SV Pool Slide Pump
Total Recreation Facility Projects

200,000
100,000
35,000
335,000

20,000
15,000
35,000

100,000
50,000
150,000

15,000
15,000

Park Facility Projects:


Trail Overlay
Playground Equipment
Playground Equipment (Holmes)
Playground Equipment (Hiawatha)
Playground Equipment (Huber Park)
Benches
Fence Replacement
Field 8 Backstop & Fence
Gazebo Levy Drive
Lions Park Parking Lot
Lions Park Playground Equipment
Lion's Park Rink
YB Interior Chinking
Scenic Heights Rink
Backstops
Bleachers
Schleper Painting
Memorial Park Bridge
Memorial Park Bathroom Replace
Memorial Park Trails
Memorial Park Parking Lot
Riverview fence
Skate Park Ramps
Skate Park Relocation
Total Park Facility Projects

60,000
50,000
20,000
180,000
30,000
125,000
465,000

60,000
75,000
20,000
15,000
50,000
30,000
15,000
265,000

65,000
80,000
250,000
100,000
495,000

80,000
100,000
125,000
305,000

150,000
150,000

Total Expenditures

800,000

265,000

530,000

455,000

165,000

Excess (Deficiency)

(100,800)

496,100

221,100

296,100

586,100

Cash Balance January 1

907,638

806,838

1,302,938

1,524,038

1,820,138

Cash Balance 12/31

806,838

1,302,938

1,524,038

1,820,138

2,406,238

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Operating Budget

Governmental Building Asset Internal Service Fund


Description of Service:
This fund finances the future purchase, major reconstruction, and additions to City owned
buildings including City Hall, Library, Public Works, Police, and Fire Stations. Financing to
accomplish this is provided by "rental" payments from the operating departments at rates
established annually by the Finance Department as part of the budget process. The Building Fund
shall "own" and acquire these buildings.
Establishment:
Council established the Building Fund in 1998. The scope of the fund was expanded in 2000 to
include major repairs defined as those without which the building would be unusable for its
intended purpose. It was further expanded in 2008 to include energy savings or green initiatives
such as lighting upgrades, boiler modifications, etc..
Goals:
1. To segregate funds for the acquisition of buildings to avoid budget problems caused by
large purchases in a single year.
Business Unit:
7810 Building I.S. Fund

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Governmental Building Asset Internal Service Fund

2014
Actual
Sources
Miscellaneous
Rentals
Interest
Miscellaneous
Gain (loss) on asset disposal
Total Revenue

2016
Original
Budget

2015
Actual

2016
Final
Budget

2017
Proposed
Budget

635,815 $
106,253
911
742,979

517,910 $
72,654
654
591,218

533,450 $
10,000
543,450

533,450 $
10,000
543,450

610,200
10,000
620,200

Uses
Capital Construction
Library Exterior Restoration
Engineering Building Roof
Engineering Building Lighting
Public Works Building Roof
Public Works Storage Shed
Fire Station 1 Parking Lot
Fire Station 1 Carpet
Fire Station 1 Curb and Grading
Fire Station 1 Vierling East Roof
Fire Station 1 Rooftop Unit
Fire Station 2 Concrete Pavement
Fire Station 2 Roof
City Hall Electrical Panels
City Hall Study
City Hall Roof
City Hall Condenser Unit
Building Furnishings
Total Expenditures

64,283
23,143
15,712
5,982
13,555
34,595
157,270

90,900
110,661
79,820
32,515
7,165
5,700
326,761

150,000
50,000
200,000

150,000
150,000

600,000
160,000
760,000

Excess (deficiency) of
Sources over Uses

585,709

264,457

343,450

393,450

(139,800)

Interfund Loan
Transfer Out City Hall Construction
Transfer Out Debt Service
Net

(500,000)
(465,000)
(379,291) $

Cash Balance December 31

$ 5,850,245

50,000
(466,680)
(152,223) $

$ 5,701,935

50,000
50,000
(2,040,000)
(466,680)
(346,680)
(73,230) $ (1,943,230) $

$ 5,628,705

$ 3,758,705

50,000
(120,000)
(340,000)
(549,800)

$ 3,208,905

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Governmental Building Asset Internal Service Fund
2017 - 2026 Capital Improvement Program
Year/Serv.
Police Station-2003
Roof (Built-up)
Rooftop Sallyport unit
IT equipment rm. AC unit
Boilers (3)
Fire Station 1-Vierling East-1998
Roof (Ballasted Membrane)
Boilers (3)
Parking Lot
AC condenser unit
Fire Station 2-Vierling West-2012
2 Rooftop units
Engineering Bldg-1974
Roof
Small Rooftop Unit (Southeast)
Large Rooftop Unit (Northeast)
PW Building-2006
Roof
4 Rooftop Units
Boilers (2)
Library-2003
Roof
Grand total by Year

2017
$

2018
-

2019

50,000
80,000

2020
-

2021
-

2022
-

2023
-

2024

50,000
-

2025

75,000
-

2026
-

160,000
-

130,000
100,000

200,000
-

225,000

600,000
-

55,000
-

150,000

800,000
450,000
100,000

$ 1,350,000

760,000

360,000

425,000

500,000
550,000

130,000

150,000

Cash Balance, January 1

3,758,705

3,208,905

3,059,105

3,269,305

3,479,505

2,339,705

2,124,905

1,785,105

1,865,305

2,215,505

Cash Balance, December 31

3,208,905

3,059,105

3,269,305

3,479,505

2,339,705

2,124,905

1,785,105

1,865,305

2,215,505

2,835,705

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City of Shakopee Capital Improvement Program 2017-2021


Project Manager:
Bruce Loney
A. Expenditure Items:
Land & ROW
Construction
Improvements
Engineering/Admin.
Total
B. SFunding Source:
General Fund (Building)
Capital Improvement Fund
Park Reserve Fund
Grants (specify)
Donations (specify)
State Aid
Assessments
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Base
Sanitary Sewer Fund-Trunk
Storm Drainage Fund-Base
Storm Drainage Fund-Trunk
Tax Levy
Total

Project Type:
Building
2017

Project Title:
Fire Station No. 1-back parking lot
repaving
2019
2020

2018

Total Project Cost:


$160,000
2021

150,000
10,000
160,000

160,000

160,000

Description:
Rehabilitation of Fire Station No. 1 rear parking lot.

Justification:
Pavement is failing and not supporting weight of fire trucks.

Other Comments:
Front Parking lot was done previously and as concrete pavement.

Operating Costs:

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