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City of Sioux Falls

MAYORS RECOMMENDED

BUDGET
2017

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City of Sioux Falls


2017 Mayors Budget
Visit www.siouxfalls.org for more information
The 2017 Mayors Recommended Budget is $466.6 million which includes funding the Citys day-to-day operations,
utility services, capital projects, internal service and trust funds. The General Fund proposed budget is $158.9
million which provides funding for the primary operating services of the City, including fire and police, highways and
streets, parks and recreation, community health, and the public libraries.

What services does your money buy?


More than 173,300 residents, as well as many visitors and workers, rely upon City services every day.

The information below categorizes the 2017 budget.


$17,490,909 General Government

Departments: Mayor, City Attorney, Human


Resources, City Council, Finance, Facilities
Management, Information Technology, and
Media Services.
$63,785,404 Public Safety

Departments: Fire and Police.

Protecting the community and their property


from crime, fire and other emergencies.

Internal Service Pension Trust Transfers


Urban
Debt
Management
8%
9%
Enterprise

$80,522,117 Highways & Streets

Departments: Engineering, Streets and


Storm Drainage.

Providing the community and visitors with


safe and rideable streets.
$12,296,768 Public Health/Health Department

Protecting the community from health


hazards and disease transmission as well as
providing access to health services.
$38,073,554 Culture & Recreation

Departments: Library, Parks & Recreation,


Entertainment Venues, and Museum.

Providing library, recreational and


entertainment opportunities for all ages
through many diverse programs.

2% 4%

1%

26%

General
Government
4%
Fire
Economic
6%
2% Development
1%
Affordable
Housing
7%

5%
1%

2%

Police

2%
3%

Entertainment
Venues Transit
Health

17%

Parks &
Recreation
Library
Museum

Highways &
Streets

$18,758,259 Urban & Economic Development

Departments: Planning and Building Services, Community and Economic Development, Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Promoting orderly and efficient development of the City and incentive administration for prospective businesses, developers, and
neighborhoods.
$9,223,804 Transitproviding the community with a dependable public transit system.
$119,525,214 Enterprise Fundsproviding public parking, limited electricity, sanitary landfill, sanitary sewer, and water services.
$42,314,015 Internal Service FundsFleet Management, Health/Life Benefit, Workers Compensation, Technology Revolving, and
Liability and Property Insurance.
$36,739,532 Pension Trust FundsFirefighters Pension and Employees Retirement System.
$19,018,279 Tax Supported Debt Services.
$8,820,607 Transfers (Transit and Affordable Housing)
$466,568,463 Total 2017 Budget

Where does the money come from?


When thinking about how the City is funded, most people think about taxes. Although taxes make up a large part of
the budget, they are by no means the only source by which City services are funded.
$210,433,910 Taxes

Property Tax, $57.7M

Sales/Use Tax, $125.4M

Entertainment Tax, $7.8M

2017 Total Revenue

Frontage Tax, $4.7M


Storm Drainage, $8.5M
Other, $6.3M

$127,745,759 Charges for Goods & Services including utilities


$23,847,837 Contributions(e.g. Pension Trust, $20.8M)
$37,825,299 Investment/Interest Income on trust and pooled
cash

Investment &
Interest Earnings
Charges for
Goods &
Services

Contributions

8%

5%

Other

5%

26%
44%

$37,912,500 State Revolving Fund Loans (SRF)


4%

$18,149,315 Government Shared

Federal ($10.7M), State and County shared ($7.5M)

8%

$5,045,281 Licenses & Permits

Taxes

Intergovt'l

$8,950,533 Miscellaneous Revenue (e.g. fines, rentals,


assessments)

Bond
Proceeds

$8,820,607 Transfers (e.g. Transit, Affordable Housing)


$478,731,042 Total 2017 Budget Revenues

General Fund Overview


The General Fund is the primary operating fund that provides most of the day-to-day services of the city.

2017 General Fund Expenditures


16%

Museum

2017 General Fund Sources

Economic Development

Highways & Streets

3%

Health

8%

0.4%

Libraries

5%
Police

22%

Taxes

81%

3%

Parks &

11% Recreation

Licenses and
Permits

8%
4%
4%
17%
Fire

10%

Intergovt'l
Urban
Management

6%
Charges for Goods
1%
1%
and Services

Transfers

Use of Reserves
Other

General Government

$60,447,974 Public Safety


Fire: $26,235,832 Police: $34,212,142
$25,221,825 Highways & Streets
$26,131,726 Culture & Recreation
Library: $7,311,915, Parks & Rec: $18,232,312,
Museum: $587,500

$128,651,115 Taxes

Sales/Use Tax (1st penny), $62.7M

Property Tax, $57.6M

Other, $8.4M
$12,686,302 Government Shared

$16,551,409 General Government

$8,675,216 Charges for Goods & Services

$12,257,768 Public Health

$4,925,106 Licenses & Permits

$11,245,578 Urban & Economic Development


Urban Management: $5,954,510
Economic Development: $5,291,068

$1,892,786 Other (e.g. interest, fines & forfeitures)


$156,830,525 Total General Fund Revenue

$7,070,607 Transfers (e.g. Transit, Affordable Housing)

$2,096,362 Use of Reserves

$158,926,887 Total 2017 General Fund Uses

$158,926,887 Total 2017 General Fund Sources

How to Use this Budget Book


Adopting the Budget
(Pages 1-3)

The City adopts both a budget resolution and an appropriation ordinance each year.
These are two separate City Council actions establishing the spending parameters
for the ensuing fiscal year and are broken down by fund (e.g. General Fund),
function (e.g. Public Safety), and department (e.g. Police Department).
The appropriation ordinance differs from the budget resolution in that it establishes
legal authorization for spending within the Governmental (tax-supported) Funds of
the City. As demands for service and trust obligations determine the amount of
resources for the enterprise (utilities), internal service, and fiduciary funds, these
funds are excluded from the appropriation ordinance.

Budget Breakdown
Departmental Basis
(Pages 5-142)

This section presents the sources and expenditures of the budget on a departmental
basis. Expenditures include both operating and capital funding to provide a complete
picture. In addition to the budget numbers, outcome based indicators are added for
each department. These indicators provide an outline of service levels or outcomes
being provided with the current and proposed funding as well as future outcome
targets. Staffing, statistics, and a need to know summary is also provided to give a
more complete overview of each department. Staffing levels are based on where
the positions are budgeted and not necessarily by management oversight.

Budget Breakdown
Fund Basis
(Pages 143-156)

This section presents the budget in the more traditional fund format. Although it is
similar to the budget resolution format, details and additional breakdowns have been
added to provide a more comprehensive picture.

Capital Program
(Pages 157-163)

The five-year Capital Program is a blueprint that outlines and prioritizes the Citys
anticipated capital funding over the next five years. This Program balances the need
for new infrastructure, improvements, and equipment to accommodate growth with
the need to maintain and improve existing infrastructure and facilities. Only the first
year of the capital program is incorporated into the appropriated 2017 budget.
Summary pages are included in this section for the entire Capital Program along
with an analysis of the second penny sales/use tax. The details of each project are
included in the separately issued 2017-2021 Capital Program book.

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Mayor's Recommended 2017 Budget - Appropriation Exhibit


A. Appropriations for Governmental Funds
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Mayor
City Council
Attorney
Human Resources
Finance
Facilities Management
Information Technology
Multimedia Support
Total General Government

General Fund

Sales/Use Tax Fund

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,860,237
4,047,220
1,978,328
16,551,409

137,000
767,500
35,000
939,500

Community
Development
Fund

Entertainment
Tax Fund

Transit Fund

Storm Drainage Fund

Library
Memorial
Fund

Tax Increment
Financing Fund

Cottam
Memorial
Fund

Flood Control
Fund

2017 Appropriations

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,997,237
4,814,720
2,013,328
17,490,909

PUBLIC SAFETY
Fire Rescue
Police
Total Public Safety

26,235,832
34,212,142
60,447,974

2,288,160
1,048,870
3,337,030

400
400

28,523,992
35,261,412
63,785,404

HIGHWAYS & STREETS


Highways & Streets
Total Highways & Streets

25,221,825
25,221,825

37,856,304
37,856,304

17,443,988
17,443,988

80,522,117
80,522,117

PUBLIC HEALTH
Health
Total Public Health

12,257,768
12,257,768

39,000
39,000

12,296,768
12,296,768

CULTURE & RECREATION


Parks & Recreation
Siouxland Libraries
Entertainment
Event Venues Venues
Siouxland Museum
Total Culture & Recreation

18,232,312
7,311,915
587,500
26,131,726

4,125,950
891,500
5,017,450

6,919,378
6,919,378

5,000
5,000

22,358,262
8,208,415
6,919,378
587,500
38,073,554

URBAN & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


Urban
Planning
Management
& Building Services
Economic
Convention
Development
and Visitors&Bureau
CVB
Affordable
Community/Economic
Housing
Development
Total Urban & Economic Development

5,954,510
5,291,068
11,245,578

193,800
150,000
343,800

4,828,882
4,828,882

2,340,000
2,340,000

6,148,310
7,781,068
4,828,882
18,758,259

Transit

9,223,804

9,223,804

Debt

18,178,992

301,787

537,500

19,018,279

7,070,607

Transfers
Total 2017 Appropriations

1,000,000

158,926,887

66,462,076

750,000
$

6,919,378

4,828,882

9,223,804

17,745,775

2,877,500

5,000

400

$ 1,000,000

267,989,702

8,820,607

2,096,362
128,651,115
4,925,106
12,686,302
8,675,216
650,000
211,500
296,500
734,786
158,926,887

754,248
62,713,328
90,000
1,060,000
313,500
1,811,000
66,742,076

7,821,385
20,000
31,758
80,000
7,953,143

910,793
1,177,000
41,295
1,841,054
858,740
4,828,882

3,226,013
6,161,867
9,387,880

1,308,000
8,530,482
100
40,000
760,000
1,014,693
6,092,500
17,745,775

139,887
2,717,600
20,000
13
2,877,500

4,700
300
5,000

350
50
400

$ 1,000,000
$ 1,000,000

6,214,340
210,433,910
5,015,206
18,149,315
8,715,216
650,000
324,916
1,370,000
5,481,533
13,113,107
269,467,543

B. Means of Finance for Governmental Funds


Unobligated Cash Balance Applied
Taxes
Licenses and Permits
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods and Services
Fines and Forfeitures
Investment and Interest Earnings
Contributions
Miscellaneous Revenue
Other Financing Sources (Bonds, SRF's, Transfers)
Total 2017 Means of Finance

City of Sioux Falls


2017 Mayor's Recommended Budget

The Mayor's Budget Message, the 2017 Budget, and the 20172021 Capital
Program are available for inspection by the public during regular hours of
operation at:
City of Sioux Falls Website (www.siouxfalls.org)
Downtown Public Library201 North Main Avenue
Mayor's OfficeCity Hall, 224 West Ninth Street
City Council Office/City Clerk's Office235 West Tenth Street
Finance OfficeCity Hall, 224 West Ninth Street

Summary of Tax Revenue


Property Tax
Sales/Use Tax
General Tax
Capital Improvement Tax
Entertainment Tax
Lodging Tax
BID Tax
Tax Increment Financing (T.I.F.)
Frontage Tax
Street Maintenance Tax
21st Street Boulevard Tax
Storm Drainage Tax
Amusement Tax
Total Tax Revenue

57,663,195
62,713,328
62,713,328
7,821,385
1,219,750
2,349,692
2,717,600

4,688,000
3,650
8,530,482
13,500
210,433,910

Expenditures Summary
Governmental Funds by Function
General Government
Mayor
City Council
Attorney
Human Resources
Finance
Facilities Management
Information Technology
Multimedia Support
Total General Government

General
Fund

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,860,237
4,047,220
1,978,328
16,551,409

26,235,832
34,212,142
60,447,974

Highways and Streets


Highways and Streets
Total Highway and Streets

$
$

Public Health
Health
Total Public Health

Public Safety
Fire Rescue
Police
Total Public Safety

Capital Improvement
Sales/Use Tax Fund

Other
Funds

137,000
767,500
35,000
939,500

2,288,160
1,048,870
3,337,030

25,221,825
25,221,825

$
$

$
$

12,257,768
12,257,768

Total

400
400

28,523,992
35,261,412
63,785,404

37,856,304
37,856,304

$
$

17,443,988
17,443,988

$
$

80,522,117
80,522,117

$
$

39,000
39,000

$
$

$
$

12,296,768
12,296,768

18,232,312
7,311,915
587,500
26,131,726

4,125,950
891,500
5,017,450

5,000
6,919,378
6,924,378

22,358,262
8,208,415
6,919,378
587,500
38,073,554

5,954,510
5,291,068
11,245,578

193,800
150,000
343,800

2,340,000
4,828,882
7,168,882

6,148,310
7,781,068
4,828,882
18,758,259

9,223,804

9,223,804

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,997,237
4,814,720
2,013,328
17,490,909

Revenue Summary by Type


Taxes
Licenses and Permits
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods and Services
Fines and Forfeitures
Investment and Interest Earnings
Contributions
Miscellaneous
Transfers
Bond/Note Proceeds
Total 2017 Budgeted Revenues

210,433,910
5,045,281
18,149,315
127,745,759
1,165,251
37,825,299
23,847,837
7,785,282
8,820,607
37,912,500
478,731,042

Culture and Recreation


Parks and Recreation
Siouxland Libraries
Entertainment Venues
Siouxland Heritage Museums
Total Culture and Recreation
Urban and Economic Development
Urban Mangement
Economic Development
Affordable Housing
Total Urban and Economic Development

$
$

Revenue Summary by Fund Type


Governmental Funds
General Fund
Special Revenue Funds
Tax Incremental Fund
Permanent Funds
Total 2017 Governmental Funds

156,830,525
103,684,715
2,737,613
350
263,253,203

Proprietary Funds
Enterprise Funds
Electric Light Fund
Public Parking Fund
Sanitary Landfill Fund
Water Fund
Water Reclamation Fund
Total Enterprise Funds
Internal Service Funds
Fleet Maintenance Revolving Fund
City Health/Life Benefit Fund
Workers' Compensation Fund
Technology Revolving Fund
Insurance Liability Fund
Total Internal Service Funds

Total 2017 Budgeted Revenue

Debt Service

Transfers

7,070,607

Total 2017 Governmental Funds

158,926,887

18,178,992

839,287

19,018,279

750,000

1,000,000

8,820,607

66,462,076

42,600,739

267,989,702

8,868,084
20,239,877
9,469,338
34,700,561
46,247,354
119,525,214

Proprietary Funds
$

$
$

8,770,124
17,238,173
10,905,781
35,843,599
50,032,440
122,790,117
7,575,035
20,867,797
1,305,000
3,694,171
1,555,504
34,997,507

Fiduciary Funds
Pension Trust Funds
Employees' Retirement Fund
Firefighters' Pension Fund
Total Fiduciary Funds

Transit

Enterprise Funds
Electric Light Fund
Public Parking Fund
Sanitary Landfill Fund
Water Fund
Water Reclamation Fund
Total Enterprise Funds
Internal Service Funds
Fleet Maintenance Revolving Fund
City Health/Life Benefit Fund
Workers' Compensation Fund
Technology Revolving Fund
Insurance Liability Fund
Total Internal Service Funds

$
$

9,968,139
21,658,961
1,441,731
5,839,015
3,406,169
42,314,015

Fiduciary Funds
$
$

42,322,782
15,367,433
57,690,215

478,731,042

Pension Trust Funds


Employees' Retirement Fund
Firefighters' Pension Fund
Total Fiduciary Funds

Total 2017 Budgeted Expenditures

$
$

27,344,787
9,394,745
36,739,532

$ 466,568,463

City of Sioux Falls


20172021 Capital Program
Funding Source Totals for the 20172021 Capital Program (CIP & OCEP)
Funding Sources
Sales/Use Tax
Platting Fees
User Fees
State Loans
Storm Drainage Fees
Entertainment Tax
Bond Funds
Transit Funds
Other Financing
Enterprise Assessments
Total Sources

2017
44,593,584
1,966,000
26,489,800
26,392,500
7,247,000
2,866,108
14,320,000
1,687,220
1,523,500
$ 127,085,712

Funding Uses
Facilities Management
Information Technology
Multimedia Support
General Government
Fire
Police
Public Safety
Highways & Streets
Highways & Streets/Storm Drainage
Highways & Streets
Health
Ent. Venues/Events Complex
Ent. Venues/Orpheum
Ent. Venues/Washington Pavilion
Ent. Venues/SF Stadium
Parks & Recreation
Siouxland Libraries
Culture & Recreation
Urban Management
Economic Development
Urban & Economic Development
Transit
Public Parking
Electric Light
Sanitary Landfill
Water
Water Reclamation
Enterprise Funds
Revolving Fleet
Revolving Technology
Internal Service Funds
Total Uses

2018
49,462,527
2,048,000
36,369,815
4,173,500
5,576,000
4,286,369
422,370
2,522,000
361,000
$ 105,221,581

2017
$

137,000
767,500
35,000
939,500

2019
$ 52,795,526
2,141,000
29,344,835
22,400,000
4,924,000
3,937,556
4,383,214
410,000
428,000
$ 120,764,131

2018
$

470,000
427,500
250,000
1,147,500

2020
56,096,574
2,200,000
23,292,861
28,890,000
5,416,000
2,914,683
4,641,872
410,000
200,000
$ 124,061,990

2019
$

56,189
140,000
204,000
400,189

2021
58,926,984
2,260,000
22,472,407
17,040,000
6,131,000
4,030,618
705,411
410,000
70,000
$ 112,046,420

2020
$

287,750
160,000
30,000
477,750

Total
$ 261,875,195
10,615,000
137,969,718
98,896,000
29,294,000
18,035,334
14,320,000
11,840,087
5,275,500
1,059,000
$ 589,179,834

% of Total
44%
2%
23%
17%
5%
3%
2%
2%
1%
0%
100%

Total

% of Total

2021
$

23,200
660,000
45,000
728,200

974,139
2,155,000
564,000
3,693,139

0.2%
0.4%
0.1%
0.6%

2,288,160
1,048,870
3,337,030

2,394,266
1,909,398
4,303,664

5,107,345
1,575,738
6,683,083

1,805,993
1,258,735
3,064,728

2,521,000
1,399,364
3,920,364

14,116,764
7,192,105
21,308,869

2.4%
1.2%
3.6%

37,856,304
13,889,500
51,745,804

38,055,319
8,749,500
46,804,819

39,691,000
4,924,000
44,615,000

46,288,196
5,416,000
51,704,196

47,695,528
6,131,000
53,826,528

209,586,347
39,110,000
248,696,347

35.6%
6.6%
42.2%

39,000

210,144

453,154

72,800

21,700

796,798

0.1%

1,915,515
41,093
867,500
42,000
4,125,950
891,500
7,883,558

2,158,552
50,000
1,847,817
230,000
8,602,500
880,000
13,768,869

2,668,944
50,000
1,218,612
6,374,500
900,000
11,212,056

1,495,428
300,000
1,119,255
7,131,700
810,000
10,856,383

2,393,268
75,000
1,562,350
6,671,376
1,650,216
12,352,210

10,631,707
516,093
6,615,534
272,000
32,906,026
5,131,716
56,073,076

1.8%
0.1%
1.1%
0.0%
5.6%
0.9%
9.5%

193,800
150,000
343,800

113,400
150,000
263,400

54,600
200,000
254,600

51,400
200,000
251,400

79,600
200,000
279,600

492,800
900,000
1,392,800

0.1%
0.2%
0.2%

1,687,220

422,370

4,383,214

4,641,872

705,411

11,840,087

2.0%

18,055,000
940,000
1,771,000
8,682,000
23,712,000
53,160,000

76,300
2,620,000
8,648,500
12,925,995
8,801,520
33,072,315

94,000
1,250,000
2,700,000
13,237,235
29,273,000
46,554,235

102,100
166,000
1,589,000
13,186,065
33,736,196
48,779,361

171,307
1,210,000
1,453,000
13,413,000
20,168,000
36,415,307

18,498,707
6,186,000
16,161,500
61,444,295
115,690,716
217,981,218

3.1%
1.0%
2.7%
10.4%
19.6%
37.3%

6,447,800
1,502,000
7,949,800

4,959,500
269,000
5,228,500

6,044,100
164,500
6,208,600

3,868,000
345,500
4,213,500

3,277,300
519,800
3,797,100

24,596,700
2,800,800
27,397,500

4.2%
0.5%
4.7%

$ 127,085,712

$ 105,221,581

$ 120,764,131

$ 124,061,990

$ 112,046,420

$ 589,179,834

100%

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General
Government
Total Budget
$466,568,463
96%

4%

General
Government
$17,490,909

Mayor .......................................................................................... 9
City Council ............................................................................. 10
Attorney ................................................................................... 11
Human Resources ................................................................... 12
Finance ..................................................................................... 13
Facilities Management ............................................................ 14
Information Technology ......................................................... 15
Multimedia Support ................................................................. 16

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General Government
The primary role of departments within the General Government function is to provide leadership and support to the other
departments of the City.

Function Overview

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

$ 12,977,538
1,411,680
696,556
$ 15,085,774

$ 13,482,021
1,765,423
1,092,111
$ 16,339,554

486,805
1,432,756
1,514,218
1,400,287
2,300,093
3,171,455
2,989,596
1,790,564
$ 15,085,774

529,895
1,248,982
1,611,802
1,462,764
2,600,444
3,561,436
3,412,014
1,854,787
$ 16,282,124

$ 10,370,800
4,819,213
1,092,111
$ 16,282,124

2017
Budget

14,286,290
1,633,086
1,400,173
17,319,550

580,726
1,579,936
1,829,593
1,524,449
2,889,738
2,803,353
4,113,849
1,997,906
17,319,550

11,437,540
4,481,836
1,400,173
17,319,550

Difference
$
%

14,822,887
1,728,522
939,500
17,490,909

$ 536,597
95,436
(460,673)
$ 171,360

3.8%
5.8%
-32.9%
1.0%

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,997,237
4,814,720
2,013,328
17,490,909

$ (155,612)
(178,987)
128,839
(49,935)
516,877
(806,116)
700,871
15,422
$ 171,360

-26.8%
-11.3%
7.0%
-3.3%
17.9%
-28.8%
17.0%
0.8%
1.0%

12,407,979
4,143,430
939,500
17,490,909

$ 970,439
(338,407)
(460,673)
$ 171,360

8.5%
-7.6%
-32.9%
1.0%

Expenditures
By Department
Mayor
City Council
Attorney
Human Resources
Finance
Facilities Management
Information Technology
Multimedia Support
Total Expenditures
By Category
Personnel
Other Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

9,795,480
4,618,041
672,253
$ 15,085,774

Expenditures by Department
$5.0

$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$Mayor

City Council

2014 Actual

Attorney

Human
Resources

2015 Actual

Finance

Facilities
Management

2016 Original Budget

Information
Technology

Multimedia
Support

2017 Budget

Total Expenditures

$14.0

$12.4
$11.4

$12.0
$10.0
Millions

Millions

$4.0

$9.8

Personnel

$10.4

$8.0
$6.0

$4.6

$4.8

$4.5

$1.1

$1.4

$4.0
$2.0

$0.7

$4.1 Other
Operating

$0.9

Capital

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

General Government
Outcome Based Indicators
Protect the interest of the City by providing responsive and effective legal guidance and representation.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
1) Increase the percentage of code enforcement cases referred to City Attorney Office
that get resolved through court action and/or correction

87%

75%

87%

75%

75%

2) Increase the number of court collection actions that paid in full, settled or default
judgements obtained

84%

75%

87%

75%

75%

Develop and maintain a highly qualified workforce through recruitment, retention, training, and wellness programming.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
8.24%
<9%
<9%
10.4%
< 7%

1) Total annual turnover rate


2) Increase employee participation in wellness programming

787

850

843

850

850

Protect, invest and preserve the financial integrity of the City's resources by providing reliable and relevant financial services.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
1) Receive an unqualified audit opinion and publish the annual financial report
within 90 days of year-end

154

90

180

90

90

2) GFOA certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

3) Maintain a debt ratio of no less than two times coverage on the annual debt
service of the second penny

3.42

2.00

3.41

2.00

2.00

Provide and maintain an integrated and efficient information technology network to meet the demands of the City.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
1) Percent of help desk calls answered within 24 hours
*New tracking software installed in 2012.

90%

95%

90%

95%

95%

Meet the multi-media and publication needs of the City by providing professional design, copy, print and video services.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
1) Document/Publishing/Copy Center:
a. Percent of tickets completed within requested deadline
2) Website:
a. Percent of tickets completed within requested deadline
*New tracking software installed in 2012.

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

95%

Ensure the proper appearance and longevity of City facilities through care and maintenance.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
1) Repair/custodial requests
a. Percent of emergency requests answered within 1 hour

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

General Government (continued)


Staffing
Budget
2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Mayor

7B

3E

Attorney

11

11

13

14

11

12

13

13

15
CD
13

15

Human Resources
City Council

16

16

16

Finance

21

22

22

16
A
25

16
D
26

16
E
31

Year-end Fulltime Positions

13

Facilities Management

10

10

Information Technology

26

28

26

27

26

11
F
32

Multimedia Support
Total Positions

14
110

14
115

14
117

14
123

15
128

15
136

A - moved administrative positions from Library, Parks, and Public Works to Finance
B - moved Project Manager positions from IT, Urban Management, and Public Works to Mayor
C - HR new position
D - moved position from HR to Finance
E - moved four Project Manager positions from Mayor and one grant adminstrative position from Affordable Housing to Finance
F - moved GIS positions from Engineering to Information Technology
Budget
2012
Part-time FTE's
Mayor

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

0.1

0.3

0.3

Attorney

0.1

0.4

0.0

0.6

0.6

0.6

Human Resources
City Council
Finance
Facilities Management
Information Technology
Multimedia Support
Total Positions

0.7
0.5
3.0
2.4
0.9
7.6

0.2
0.9
2.2
1.8
0.7
6.1

0.4
0.2
1.6
2.2
0.9
0.8
6.1

0.4
1.8
1.8
1.0
0.7
6.4

0.1
0.2
2.7
2.1
1.0
1.0
8.0

2.8
2.2
1.0
6.9

Statistics
Attorney
Magistrate Court Cases for City ordinance violations docketed
Magistrate Court trials for City ordinance violations
Total retail liquor licenses/retail liquor licenses issued
Human Resources
Payroll Statements Processed (active and retiree)
Applications
Hirings
Eligible Lists
Finance
Accounts payable written checks
Accounts payable electronic checks (ACH)
Multimedia
CityLink - Total number of finished minutes (video production)
CityLink - Total number of finished minutes (City meeting coverage)
Web - Toal number of page views

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

1,026
476
93 / 1

1,125
476
94 / 1

1,500
584
96 / 2

849
536
103 / 5

853
531
105 / 2

826
578
105 / 0

46,031
4,939
81
54

45,904
6,543
125
71

49,600
5,284
95
78

47,659
4,448
107
73

49,258
4,416
189
91

49,566
3,579
178
103

11,023
6,723

8,940
7,473

8,403
7,777

8,322
8,478

6,718
6,263

6,629
6,898

5,518
10,380
NA

NA*
NA*
NA

4,481
11,412
NA

4,445
8,328
NA

3,248
11,000
4,807,246

4,222
12,725
4,392,989

2,619

2,639

2,818

2,894

4,152

3,933

NA*

NA*

16,201

16,068

19,381

18,828

Facilities Management
Number of facility & preventative maintenance work requests
Information Technology
Total number of help desk calls
*New tracking software installed in 2012.

General Government (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description
Facilities Management
Capital Improvements Program
Graybar Roof Replacement
Street Shop HVAC Upgrades
Street Shop Lighting Upgrades
Parks' Cold Storage Heating Upgrade
Park Shop Lighting Upgrades
Fire Station Lighting Upgrades

Project
Number

2017

06005
06007
06008
06009
06010
06011

Other Capital Equipment Program


Extractor, Carpet
Lift, Aerial Work Platform
Pick-up
Utility Vehicle
Vacuum, Ride-On
Van
Total Other Capital Equipment Program

20,000
20,000

Qty

137,000

580,000
177,500
10,000
767,500

767,500

Total Media Services Capital Program


Total General Government Capital Program

Qty

Total Central Services Capital Program


Multimedia Support
Other Capital Equipment Program
Camera, Production Equipment
Editing system
Presentation Equipment (Carnegie)
Production System Upgrade (CityLink)
Set Updates
Studio Lighting Upgrade
Tightrope Automated System
Total Other Capital Equipment Program

2019

450,000
20,000
470,000

Qty

Information Technology
Other Capital Equipment Program
Network Storage
Server, Blade
Switches, Routers & Equipment
Total Other Capital Equipment Program

80,000
37,000
117,000

2
1

Total Facilities Mgmt Capital Program

2018

470,000

300,000
77,500
50,000
427,500

427,500

35,000
35,000

35,000

939,500

Qty

Qty

Qty
1
1

20,000
20,000

56,189

50,000
40,000
50,000
140,000

140,000

250,000
250,000

250,000

$ 1,147,500

Qty

450,000
130,350
91,000
10,500
27,300
80,000
789,150

Qty
8,600
8,600

287,750

50,000
60,000
50,000
160,000

160,000

37,000
120,000
47,000
204,000

204,000

400,189

Qty

Total
Cost

2021

130,350
91,000
10,500
27,300
20,000
279,150

Qty

Qty
12,400
15,289
8,500
36,189

Qty

2020

23,200
23,200

12,400
15,289
80,000
37,000
17,100
23,200
184,989

23,200

160,000
200,000
300,000
660,000

$ 1,140,000
555,000
460,000
2,155,000

660,000

$ 2,155,000

30,000
30,000

45,000
45,000

45,000
37,000
250,000
120,000
30,000
35,000
47,000
564,000

30,000

45,000

564,000

477,750

728,200

Qty

Qty

974,139

Qty

$ 3,693,139

Mayor
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

486,805

529,895

580,726

425,114

$ (155,612)

-26.8%

326,025
10,513
336,538

341,856
2,854
10,974
355,684

355,549
6,400
11,316
373,265

262,516
6,400
7,437
276,353

$ (93,033)
(3,879)
(96,912)

-26.2%
0.0%
-34.3%
-26.0%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Part-time
Deferred Compensation
Wages
OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Total Expenditures

25,103

26,514

27,566

20,281

(7,285)

-26.4%

56,272
20,700
187
4,584
81,744
443,385

65,710
20,611
245
4,584
91,149
473,347

72,035
29,982
245
4,576
106,838
507,669

54,080
21,832
105
4,080
80,097
376,731

(17,955)
(8,150)
(140)
(496)
(26,741)
(130,938)

-24.9%
-27.2%
-57.1%
-10.8%
-25.0%
-25.8%

4,135
5,264
30,294
2,200
1,528
43,421

2,797
6,112
39,035
7,201
1,403
56,548

2,797
8,321
42,744
17,779
1,416
73,057

1,203
7,080
21,144
17,540
1,416
48,383

(1,594)
(1,241)
(21,600)
(239)
(24,674)

-57.0%
-14.9%
-50.5%
-1.3%
0.0%
-33.8%

425,114

$ (155,612)

-26.8%

486,805

529,895

*Project Management moved from Mayor's to Finance in 2017

580,726

City Council
Budget by Category
2014
Actual

Sources
General Fund Contribution
$
Charges for Goods and Services
Other
Total Sources

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

1,409,859
1,790
21,107

1,245,732
3,250
-

1,576,936
3,000
-

1,397,949
3,000
-

(178,987)
-

-11.4%
0.0%

1,432,756

1,248,982

1,579,936

1,400,949

(178,987)

-11.3%

509,270
2,946
147,265
1,579
17,509
678,569

539,429
732
145,874
4,025
16,925
706,984

590,801
3,000
154,132
45,000
18,272
811,205

609,960
3,000
148,328
20,910
782,198

19,159
(5,804)
(45,000)
2,638
(29,007)

3.2%
0.0%
-3.8%
-100.0%
14.4%
-3.6%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

51,606

53,754

57,725

59,234

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

84,134
67,667
1,262
20,737
173,800
903,975

89,493
69,690
2,830
20,769
182,781
943,520

109,241
78,484
2,830
20,651
211,206
1,080,136

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating

338,785
29,734
19,990
50,812
85,717
3,742
528,780

145,060
27,676
30,407
97,613
4,706
305,462

326,800
28,740
38,967
100,253
5,040
499,800

OASI

Total Expenditures

1,432,756

1,248,982

10

1,579,936

1,509

2.6%

103,584
76,948
2,830
22,090
205,452
1,046,883

(5,657)
(1,536)
1,439
(5,754)
(33,253)

-5.2%
-2.0%
0.0%
7.0%
-2.7%
-3.1%

176,206
32,544
30,000
110,276
5,040
354,066

(150,594)
3,804
(8,967)
10,023
(145,734)

-46.1%
13.2%

(178,987)

-11.3%

1,400,949

-23.0%
10.0%
0.0%
-29.2%

Attorney
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Taxes (Vending Machine Tax)
Licenses and Permits
Gov't Shared
Charges for Goods & Services
Other
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Part-time
Overtime
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

214,130
13,092
398,553
865,573
589
22,281

10,164
694,230
964,089
750
-

322,107
13,500
558,150
935,336
500
-

366,314
13,500
572,837
1,005,181
600
-

44,207
14,687
69,845
100
-

13.7%
0.0%
2.6%
7.5%
20.0%

1,514,218

1,669,233

1,829,593

1,958,432

128,839

7.0%

879,005
1,053
313
2,135
31,022
913,528

952,688
2,140
26,652
30,691
1,012,172

1,017,810
16,000
600
33,595
1,068,005

1,077,880
16,000
300
37,888
1,132,068

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Multi-Cultural Center
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

60,070
(300)
4,293
64,063

-50.0%
12.8%
6.0%

64,055

69,143

75,660

79,553

158,939
91,086
329
1,539
251,893
1,229,477

170,606
100,912
383
1,564
273,465
1,354,779

176,860
123,762
383
2,402
303,407
1,447,072

185,967
143,924
383
1,920
332,194
1,543,815

9,107
20,162
(482)
28,787
96,743

5.1%
16.3%
0.0%
-20.1%
9.5%
6.7%

86,013
156,180
18,768
12,789
8,910
2,081
284,742

51,376
147,173
35,119
316
13,502
7,074
2,463
257,023

156,025
165,000
24,415
15,185
20,278
1,618
382,521

156,955
197,678
22,783
15,105
20,478
1,618
414,617

930
32,678
(1,632)
(80)
200
32,096

0.6%
19.8%
-6.7%

1,514,218

1,611,802

11

1,829,593

1,958,432

3,893

5.9%
0.0%

128,839

5.1%

-0.5%
1.0%
0.0%
8.4%
7.0%

Human Resources
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution

2015
Actual

1,400,287

1,462,764

539,700
23,269
62,257
21,100
646,326

568,217
3,082
1,682
22,729
595,709

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

$ 1,524,449

$ 1,474,514

Difference
$

(49,935)

-3.3%

3,236
5,050
(1,437)
6,849

0.5%
59.8%
0.0%
-5.9%
1.1%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

614,093
8,450
1,800
24,556
648,899

617,329
13,500
1,800
23,119
655,748

42,473

42,113

46,572

47,241

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

98,617
72,129
3,303
174,049
862,847

104,304
75,139
561
3,304
183,308
821,131

111,783
82,110
561
3,366
197,820
893,291

112,079
77,084
561
2,472
192,196
895,185

296
(5,026)
(894)
(5,624)
1,894

0.3%
-6.1%
0.0%
-26.6%
-2.8%
0.2%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating

417,589
18,565
61
88,843
11,959
423
537,440

483,565
29,643
99,051
22,983
222
6,170
641,634

447,100
38,140
99,688
15,630
600
30,000
631,158

428,940
39,043
88,440
17,630
276
5,000
579,329

(18,160)
903
(11,248)
2,000
(324)
(25,000)
(51,829)

-4.1%
2.4%
-11.3%
12.8%
-54.0%
-83.3%
-8.2%

1,462,764

$ 1,524,449

$ 1,474,514

(49,935)

-3.3%

OASI

Total Expenditures

1,400,287

12

669

1.4%

Finance
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

2,300,093

2,600,444

2,889,738

3,406,615

516,877

17.9%

1,442,291
6,050
48,820
50,157
37,359
1,584,678

1,625,917
2,550
77,658
2,854
41,296
1,750,275

1,727,397
85,020
87,687
54,178
1,954,282

2,111,376
90,480
56,749
60,408
2,319,013

383,979
5,460
(30,938)
6,230
364,731

22.2%
6.4%
-35.3%
11.5%
18.7%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages
OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Total Expenditures

112,631

123,934

133,840

162,175

28,335

21.2%

252,425
193,125
1,441
2,616
449,607
2,146,916

301,873
224,621
2,552
3,908
532,954
2,407,163

328,674
261,018
2,552
6,248
598,492
2,686,614

384,137
326,168
2,692
8,280
721,277
3,202,465

55,463
65,150
140
2,032
122,785
515,851

16.9%
25.0%
5.5%
32.5%
20.5%
19.2%

38,961
39,543
3,996
55,573
14,531
573
153,177

53,651
93,436
974
22,923
21,765
532
193,281

97,281
55,395
24,542
25,066
840
203,124

81,355
69,838
32,760
17,557
2,640
204,150

(15,926)
14,443
8,218
(7,509)
1,800
1,026

-16.4%
26.1%
33.5%
-30.0%
214.3%
0.5%

516,877

17.9%

2,300,093

2,600,444

*Project Management moved from Mayor's to Finance in 2017

13

2,889,738

3,406,615

Facilities Management
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Capital Sales Tax Contribution
Total Sources

$
$

2015
Actual

2,629,310
542,144
3,171,455

451,287
25,760
11,238
46,588
5,993
540,866

2016
Original Budget

2,732,090
829,346
3,561,436

469,978
27,982
14,494
45,021
11,691
5,081
574,247

2017
Budget

2,118,644
684,709
2,803,353

536,247
22,800
8,840
43,200
6,641
617,728

1,860,237
137,000
1,997,237

Difference
$
%

$ (258,407)
(547,709)
$ (806,116)

-12.2%
-80.0%
-28.8%

(18,551)
10,000
11,960
20,336
(1,524)
22,221

-3.5%
43.9%
135.3%
47.1%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Property Taxes
Other Current
Total Other Operating
Total Expenditures

-22.9%
3.6%

39,205

40,833

45,523

43,883

(1,640)

-3.6%

79,246
76,376
12,159
481
168,263
748,334

123,442
74,015
17,112
701
215,270
830,350

105,547
78,920
17,112
962
202,541
865,793

102,208
93,884
17,112
482
213,686
897,519

(3,339)
14,964
(480)
11,145
31,726

-3.2%
19.0%
0.0%
-49.9%
5.5%
3.7%

102,013
217,803
1,224,687
78,267
4,720
252,092
24,302
1,395
1,905,279

84,392
215,872
1,249,308
86,364
849
241,285
23,670
1,901,740

39,438
194,099
691,874
91,442
4,680
231,319
1,252,851

31,709
248,410
325,874
111,304
4,680
240,741
962,718

(7,729)
54,311
(366,000)
19,862
9,422
(290,133)

-19.6%
28.0%
-52.9%
21.7%
0.0%
4.1%

137,000

(547,709)

-80.0%

1,997,237

$ (806,116)

-28.8%

517,842

Capital - Buildings & Equipment

517,696
32,800
20,800
63,536
5,117
639,949

3,171,455

829,346
$

3,561,436

14

684,709
$

2,803,353

-23.2%

Information Technology
Budget by Category
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

3,263,792

3,486,385

148,222
3,412,014

627,464
4,113,849

2017
Budget

Difference
$

Sources
$ 2,945,098
General Fund Contribution
44,498
Capital Sales Tax Contribution
Departmental - Charges for Goods & Services
Total Sources
$ 2,989,596

4,044,220

$ 557,835

767,500
3,000
4,814,720

140,036
3,000
$ 700,871

2,021,825
3,000
11,000
86,712
50,715
37,427
2,210,679

$ 250,833
1,500
71,512
5,315
(20,766)
308,394

16.0%
22.3%
17.0%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating
Capital Equipment
Total Expenditures

1,503,548
781
10,985
28,128
25,519
46,345
1,615,306

1,537,948
1,078
10,306
39,596
53,933
39,778
1,682,638

1,770,992
1,500
11,000
15,200
45,400
58,193
1,902,285

14.2%
100.0%
0.0%
470.5%
11.7%
-35.7%
16.2%

117,360

122,516

135,409

156,714

21,305

15.7%

271,495
211,076
1,143
3,563
487,276
2,219,942

285,598
190,724
1,655
3,691
481,668
2,286,821

296,107
243,603
1,655
4,328
545,693
2,583,387

325,170
313,614
9,088
4,800
652,671
3,020,064

29,063
70,011
7,433
472
106,978
436,677

9.8%
28.7%
449.1%
10.9%
19.6%
16.9%

131,492
149,538
29,366
303,002
69,560
42,197
725,156

297,419
126,984
74,261
342,684
80,532
54,739
352
976,971

243,953
72,758
53,000
396,220
53,306
83,760
902,998

162,855
128,708
90,420
507,390
66,843
70,940
1,027,155

(81,099)
55,950
37,420
111,170
13,537
(12,820)
124,158

-33.2%
76.9%
70.6%
28.1%
25.4%
-15.3%

44,498

148,222

627,464

767,500

140,036

22.3%

4,814,720

$ 700,871

17.0%

2,989,596

3,412,014

*GIS moved from Public Works Engineering to Information Technology in 2017

15

4,113,849

13.7%

Multimedia Support
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
$
Capital Sales Tax Contribution
Departmental - Cable Franchise Fee 1/2%
Departmental - Charges for Goods & Services
Total Sources
$
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating

783,748
4,753
568
27,179
50,399
25,217
891,864

2016
Original Budget

1,647,304
114,543
92,593
347
1,854,787

816,076
1,730
378
51,969
421
26,060
896,633

2017
Budget

1,787,306
88,000
102,200
20,400
1,997,906

903,434
5,240
800
40,352
438
27,510
977,774

Difference
$
%

1,847,924
35,000
110,004
20,400
2,013,328

60,618
(53,000)
7,804
$ 15,422

3.4%
-60.2%
7.6%
0.0%
0.8%

910,723
16,040
800
42,752
438
29,558
1,000,311

7,289
10,800
2,400
2,048
22,537

0.8%
206.1%
0.0%
5.9%
0.0%
7.4%
2.3%

61,421

64,429

67,718

67,774

56

0.1%

137,586
146,636
640
2,457
287,319
1,240,604

138,976
150,308
675
2,668
292,627
1,253,690

156,157
167,868
675
3,386
328,086
1,373,578

160,370
192,547
675
3,640
357,232
1,425,317

4,213
24,679
254
29,146
51,739

2.7%
14.7%
0.0%
7.5%
8.9%

278,003
44,542
5,712
100,139
8,352
3,300
440,047

281,892
101,879
5,101
84,943
9,672
3,068
486,554

368,266
46,922
27,241
80,949
9,206
3,744
536,328

393,737
49,160
27,040
69,884
9,206
3,984
553,011

25,471
2,238
(201)
(11,065)
240
16,683

6.9%
4.8%
-0.7%
-13.7%
0.0%
6.4%

(53,000)

-60.2%

109,913

Capital Equipment
Total Expenditures

1,591,956
109,913
88,164
531
1,790,564

2015
Actual

1,790,564

114,543
$

1,854,787

16

88,000
$

1,997,906

35,000
$

2,013,328

15,422

3.8%

3.1%
0.8%

Public Safety
Total Budget
$466,568,463
86%

6%
8%

Police
$35,261,412

Fire
$28,523,992

Fire .............................................................................................. 17
Police .......................................................................................... 25

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Fire
The mission of Sioux Falls Fire Rescue is to protect the citizens and visitors of Sioux Falls and their property from fires and other
emergencies through education, prevention, and emergency management.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources

$ 21,730,413
794,036
22,524,449
2,568,747
$ 25,093,196

$ 24,577,395
980,885
25,558,280
2,254,972
$ 27,813,252

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

$ 20,297,218
2,227,231
22,524,449
2,568,747
$ 25,093,196

$ 21,815,366
3,742,915
25,558,280
2,254,972
$ 27,813,252

2017
Budget

25,159,322
1,072,760
26,232,082
1,288,931
27,521,013

22,705,718
3,526,364
26,232,082
1,288,931
27,521,013

Difference
$
%

25,256,932
978,900
26,235,832
2,288,160
28,523,992

23,390,895
2,844,937
26,235,832
2,288,160
28,523,992

97,610
(93,860)
3,750
999,229
1,002,979

0.4%
-8.7%
0.0%
77.5%
3.6%

685,177
(681,427)
3,750
999,229
1,002,979

3.0%
-19.3%
0.0%
77.5%
3.6%

Total Expenditures

Millions

$30
$28.5

$27.8

$27.5

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

$25.1
$20

$10
2014 Actual

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

Personnel

10%

Other Operating

82%
8%
Capital

Total = $28,523,992

17

Fire (continued)
Operating Budget by Source and Program

Sources
General Fund Contribution

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget
25,159,322

25,256,932

Difference
$
%

$ 21,730,413

$ 24,577,395

Departmental
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Sources

592,786
200,674
576
794,036

580,026
400,652
207
980,885

Total Operating Sources

$ 22,524,449

$ 25,558,280

26,232,082

26,235,832

$ 20,055,833
1,563,179
251,599
653,838
$ 22,524,449

$ 22,420,394
1,731,450
283,312
1,123,125
$ 25,558,280

23,199,543
1,718,520
302,726
1,011,292
26,232,082

23,224,562
1,885,348
319,645
806,277
26,235,832

Expenditures
By Program
Fire Services
Fire Prevention
Emergency Preparedness
Facilities
Total Operating Expenditures

2017
Budget

842,160
230,600
1,072,760

571,800
407,100
978,900

Millions

Operating Sources
$0.9
$0.8
$0.7
$0.6
$0.5
$0.4
$0.3
$0.2
$0.1
$Intergovernmental
2014 Actual

Charges for Goods &


Services
2015 Actual
2016 Original Budget

Miscellaneous
2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program


$2.0

Millions

$25
$20

$1.5

$15

$1.0

$10

$0.5

$5
$$-

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 2016
Original
Budget
Original
Budget 2017 Budget
2017 Budget

18

97,610
(270,360)
176,500
(93,860)

3,750

25,018
166,828
16,919
(205,015)
3,750

0.4%
-32.1%
76.5%
-8.7%
0.0%

0.1%
9.7%
5.6%
-20.3%
0.0%

Fire (continued)
Operating Budget by Category

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

$ 12,543,806
178,642
8,112
38,405
369,053
60,082
13,198,100

$ 13,525,302
298,401
8,223
54,738
137,958
61,667
14,086,289

232,246

253,291

266,903

264,967

(1,936)

-0.7%

4,278,049
2,059,356
353,308
176,159
6,866,872
20,297,218

4,697,745
2,171,774
424,410
181,857
7,475,785
21,815,366

4,453,547
2,321,797
424,410
202,694
7,402,448
22,705,718

4,524,618
2,606,247
424,410
200,980
7,756,255
23,390,895

71,071
284,450
(1,714)
353,807
685,177

1.6%
12.3%
0.0%
-0.8%
4.8%
3.0%

385,460
196,112
591,635
628,345
160,529
262,719
2,430
2,227,231

344,143
338,045
1,103,897
1,516,468
161,353
279,009
3,742,915

361,330
243,076
964,553
1,442,477
204,661
310,267
3,526,364

367,336
310,596
911,731
756,295
200,218
298,761
2,844,937

6,006
67,520
(52,822)
(686,182)
(4,443)
(11,506)
(681,427)

1.7%
27.8%
-5.5%
-47.6%
-2.2%
-3.7%

$ 22,524,449

$ 25,558,280

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures

2016
Original Budget
$

14,716,968
125,188
12,203
29,500
87,176
65,332
15,036,367

26,232,082

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$
%

14,722,734
383,966
12,600
29,500
154,150
66,723
15,369,673

26,235,832

5,766
258,778
397
66,974
1,391
333,306

3,750

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$28
$26
$24
$22

$26.2

$26.2

$25.6
$22.5

$20
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

+ Fire Station #11

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$25

Millions

$20
$20.3

$21.8

$22.7

$3.7

$3.5

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

Personnel
$23.4

$15
$10
$5

$2.2

$2014 Actual

19

$2.8
Other
Operating
2017 Budget

0.0%
206.7%
3.3%
0.0%
76.8%
2.1%
2.2%

-19.3%
0.0%

Fire (continued)
Capital Budget
2014
Actual
Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Total Capital Sources

Expenditures
Buildings
Equipment
Total Capital Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

$
$

2,568,747
2,568,747

$
$

2,254,972
2,254,972

$
$

1,288,931
1,288,931

$
$

2,288,160
2,288,160

$
$

999,229
999,229

77.5%
77.5%

1,889,525
679,222
2,568,747

234,581
2,020,390
2,254,972

60,000
1,228,931
1,288,931

853,260
1,434,900
2,288,160

793,260
205,969
999,229

1322.1%
16.8%
77.5%

Total Capital Expenditures


$3.0

Millions

$2.6
$2.3

$2.3

Fire Station #11


$2.0

$1.3
$1.0

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Capital Expenditures
$2.5

Millions

$2.0
$1.5
$1.0
$0.5
$Buildings

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Equipment

2016 Original Budget

20

2017 Budget

Fire (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

2017

Capital Improvements Program


Construction of Fire Station #12 (SE)
09002
Fire Station Parking Lot Improvements 09004
Fire St. #7 Training Room Addition
09005
Public Safety Facility Study
09010
Fire Land Acquisition
09008
Total Capital Improvements Program
Other Capital Equipment Program
Air Conditioner Unit
Battalion Vehicle
Camera, Search
Camera, Thermal Imaging
Communication System - USAR
CPR Devices
Decontamination Systm - Inflatable
Defibrillator/Monitor
Detection Kit
Emerengcy Management Vehicle
Fire Truck
Fire Truck, EVT
Fire Truck, Rescue
Fire Truck, Ladder
Fire Truck, 100' Ladder Platform Quint
Generator, Back up
Hazmat Boom Trailer
Hazmat Wide-Area Detection System
Hazmat Detection ID Ranger
Hazmat Weather Station System
High Speed Network Equipment
Investigation Truck
Jaws of Life Set
Location Kit, USAR Delsar Victim
Outdoor Warning Sirens
Oxygen Generating System
Paging System
Pickup,
Radios, Mobile
Radios, Appartus & Stations
Rescue Air Bag Set
Rescue Boat, Motor
Rescue Equipment
Rescue Kit, USAR Airbag
SCBA Cylinder w/ Stage Compressor
Sedan
Shoring Kit, USAR
Stand by Generator
Telehandler
Traffic Safety Attenuator System
Trailer, Cargo HazMat
Trailer
Trailer, Utility TC
Trailer, Pump Test
Truck, 1 Ton
USAR System
Utility Vehicle
Van
Wildland FF Package
Wildland/EMS Response Unit
Wildland FF Package
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

2018

268,000
335,260
250,000
853,260

Qty

198,000
198,000

Qty
14,000
1,020,000
28,000
60,000
31,000
50,000
35,000
33,000
44,000
27,000
28,500
50,400
14,000
1,434,900

1
1

2,288,160

2019
$

2,900,950
2,900,950

Qty
60,300
70,000
982,400
28,800
40,000
85,000
50,000
50,000
48,500
33,000
44,000
106,104
216,200
94,000
56,970
14,900
18,592
175,100
22,400
2,196,266

1
1
1

4
4

3
2

2
2

2,394,266

21

2020
$

130,095
130,095

Qty
61,538
21,092
73,902
61,538
1,199,560
29,450
50,325
55,000
50,000
52,854
15,000
26,526
89,430
76,000
92,952
29,450
45,698
176,080
2,206,395

2
2

2
2
4
2
2

5,107,345

1
5

14

Total
Cost

2021
$

250,000
250,000

3,098,950
398,095
335,260
250,000
250,000
4,332,305

10,000
195,000
390,000
1,100,000
208,000
30,000
65,000
50,000
45,000
178,000
2,271,000

10,000
185,576
18,000
181,300
21,092
195,000
143,902
390,000
14,000
61,538
1,199,560
108,000
1,100,000
982,400
1,020,000
326,610
14,900
60,000
50,325
31,000
40,000
85,000
55,000
20,750
800,000
30,000
85,000
166,354
66,000
88,000
106,104
15,000
216,200
26,526
89,430
197,000
92,952
86,420
50,000
28,500
14,900
50,400
18,592
45,000
175,100
45,698
50,800
22,400
176,080
550,050
178,000
9,784,459

$ 2,521,000

14,116,764

Qty
63,738
18,000
181,300
108,000
240,360
14,900
20,750
442,000
36,800
550,050
1,675,898
$ 1,805,993

15
15

Fire (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Protect citizens and their property from fires and other emergencies.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
5:03 min
<5:12 min
5:07 min
<5:12 min

1) Respond to 90% of emergency calls as required for accreditation (5:12).


2) Keep fire loss below the statistical average for the City of Sioux Falls.

$3.2 million

<$4.4 million

$5.0 million

2017 Target
<5:12 min

<$4.4 million

<$4.4 million

2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target


7,500
8,000
7,317
8,000

2017 Target
8,000

Prevent fire safety risks.


1) Conduct building inspections.
2) Distribute smoke alarms to residents in need.

800

1,000

1,155

1,400

1,200

Provide fire and life safety education.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
3,400*
5,400
5,383
5,400

1) Conduct CPR education to public (Certified, Hands Only, AHA team).


2) Perform fire education in all public school K-5 classrooms in Sioux Falls.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

2017 Target
5,600
Yes

* 2014 Results do not include individuals certified in Hands Only CPR


Provide insurance savings for homeowners and businesses.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
3
3
2
1

1) Maintain ISO Rating (on a scale of 1-10, 1 being the best).


2) Maintain accredited status.

Yes

22

Yes

Yes

Yes

2017 Target
1
Yes

Fire (continued)
Staffing
Budget
2012
194
1.4

2013
194
1.7

2014
195
1.3

2015
210
1.8

2016
210
1.0

2017*
208
1.0

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

10

10

10

10

10

11

124
37
145
5,651

125
46
65
5,314

138
42
259
5,707

116
146*
325
5,809

104
136
316
6,227

112
134
294
6,793

Total casualties related to fire incidents


Casualties related to fire incidents with a heat/smoke detector
Casualties with a sprinkler system

3
2
0

2
2
0

5
5
0

4
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Total civilian injuries related to fire incidents

5
4
0

2
0
0

14
8
1

11
3
0

10
3
0

13
11
0

Year-end Authorized Positions


Part-time FTE's
* Moved 2 Emergency Vehicle Techniciancs from Fire to Fleet

Statistics
Number of fire stations
Total residential fire incidents
Total commercial and industrial fire incidents
Total non-structure fire incidents
Total EMS calls

Civilian injuries related to fire incidents with a heat/smoke detector


Civilian injuries with a sprinkler system

* The large increase of commercial and industrial fire incidents in 2013 is due to improvements in both software and utilization of that software
to report more accurately the true nature of incidents.

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Police
Partnering with the community to serve, protect, and promote quality of life. Utilizing a workforce of 289 staff, we provide public safety
services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Cottam Memorial Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources

$ 28,726,600
20
1,305,183
30,031,803
950,932
$ 30,982,735

$ 30,187,878
23
1,384,367
31,572,267
1,226,146
$ 32,798,414

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

$ 25,507,525
4,524,278
30,031,803
950,932
$ 30,982,735

$ 26,728,714
4,843,554
31,572,267
1,226,146
$ 32,798,414

2017
Budget

31,648,235
400
1,464,690
33,113,325
1,765,750
34,879,075

$ 32,548,592
400
1,663,550
34,212,542
1,048,870
$ 35,261,412

28,046,549
5,066,776
33,113,325
1,765,750
34,879,075

$ 29,164,643
5,047,899
34,212,542
1,048,870
$ 35,261,412

Millions

Total Expenditures
$36
$35
$34
$33
$32
$31
$30
$29
$28

$34.9

$35.3

$32.8
$31.0

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

Personnel

83%

14%

Other Operating

3%
Capital

Total = $35,261,412

25

Difference
$

900,357
198,860
1,099,217
(716,880)
382,337

2.8%
0.0%
13.6%
3.3%
-40.6%
1.1%

1,118,094
(18,877)
1,099,217
(716,880)
382,337

4.0%
-0.4%
3.3%
-40.6%
1.1%

Police (continued)
Operating Budget by Source & Program

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Cottam Memorial Contribution
Departmental
Licenses & Permits
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Contributions & Fines
Miscellaneous Revenue
Total Departmental Sources
Total Operating Sources

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

$ 28,726,600
20

$ 30,187,878
23

27,639
893,719
293,114
75,362
15,349
1,305,183
$ 30,031,803

48,091
902,720
306,730
83,294
43,532
1,384,367
$ 31,572,267

$ 22,351,842
4,000,712
562,321
978,076
782,275
481,915
874,662
$ 30,031,803

$ 23,648,073
3,916,370
789,177
997,292
713,394
597,839
910,123
$ 31,572,267

2017
Budget

31,648,235
400

$ 32,548,592
400

46,000
1,066,790
281,900
70,000
1,464,690
33,113,325

46,000
1,272,050
285,500
60,000
1,663,550
$ 34,212,542

24,220,811
4,389,530
1,092,281
1,080,566
777,261
610,808
942,469
33,113,725

$ 25,286,016
4,324,385
1,130,685
1,067,149
887,194
574,643
942,469
$ 34,212,542

Difference
$
$

900,357
-

%
2.8%
0.0%

205,260
3,600
(10,000)
198,860
1,099,217

0.0%
19.2%
1.3%
-14.3%

1,065,205
(65,145)
38,405
(13,416)
109,934
(36,165)
1,098,817

4.4%
-1.5%
3.5%
-1.2%
14.1%
-5.9%
0.0%
3.3%

13.6%
3.3%

Expenditures
By Program
Uniformed Services
Investigation
Crime Lab
Records
Animal Control
Facilities
Metro Communications
Total Operating Expenditures

Operating Sources

Millions

$2.0

$1.0

$Licenses

Intergvt

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Charges

Fines

2016 Original Budget

Misc Revenue
2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program


$5

Millions

$30
$25

$4

$20

$3

$15

$2

$10

$1

$5

$-

$-

2014 Actual

20152015
Actual
Original
Budget
Budget
Actual 20162016
Original
Budget 20172017
Budget

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Police (continued)
Operating Budget by Category

Expenditures
Fulltime
Part-time
Overtime
Standby
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

$ 16,224,631
197,069
1,234,468
35,425
555,799
66,983
18,314,375

$ 17,043,336
217,982
1,131,936
32,755
422,861
69,725
18,918,595

357,014

Difference
%

341,991
8,216
1,500
(50,000)
1,086
302,793

1.8%
3.5%
0.1%
0.0%
-16.7%
1.5%
1.5%

371,943

401,009

410,963

9,954

2.5%

3,841,556
2,633,781
162,994
197,805
6,836,136
25,507,525

4,325,935
2,653,800
256,917
201,523
7,438,175
26,728,714

3,652,776
2,975,746
256,917
215,288
7,100,727
28,046,549

4,111,210
3,304,785
256,917
233,162
7,906,074
29,164,643

458,434
329,039
17,874
805,347
1,118,094

12.6%
11.1%
0.0%
8.3%
11.3%
4.0%

1,024,053
874,662
319,039
551,506
1,303,761
163,508
287,748
4,524,278

1,075,883
910,123
422,172
748,904
1,250,628
147,004
288,839
4,843,554

1,148,806
942,469
405,290
682,276
1,417,768
145,081
325,086
5,066,776

1,017,757
942,469
450,055
707,274
1,456,024
150,821
323,499
5,047,899

$ 30,031,803

$ 31,572,267

33,113,325

$ 34,212,542

Professional Services
Metro Communications
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating

$ 19,088,325
245,480
1,151,500
39,000
250,000
73,301
20,847,606

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

2017
Budget

18,746,334
237,264
1,150,000
39,000
300,000
72,215
20,544,813

OASI

Total Operating Expenditures

2016
Original Budget

(131,049)
44,765
24,998
38,256
5,740
(1,587)
(18,877)
$

1,099,217

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$35
$34
$33
$32
$31
$30
$29
$28
$27

$31.6
$30.0

2014 Actual

Millions

$25

2015 Actual

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures

$35
$30

$34.2

$33.1

$28.0

$26.7

$29.2
Personnel

$25.5

$20
$15
$10
$5

$4.5

$4.8

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$5.1

$2016 Original Budget

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$5.0 Other
Operating
2017 Budget

-11.4%
0.0%
11.0%
3.7%
2.7%
4.0%
-0.5%
-0.4%
3.3%

Police (continued)
Capital Budget
2014
Actual
Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Total Capital Sources

Expenditures
Buildings
Equipment
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Total Capital Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$

$
$

950,932
950,932

$
$

1,226,146
1,226,146

$
$

1,765,750
1,765,750

$
$

1,048,870
1,048,870

$
$

(716,880)
(716,880)

-40.6%
-40.6%

214,948
735,984
950,932

386,694
791,510
47,942
1,226,146

450,000
1,315,750
1,765,750

1,048,870
1,048,870

(450,000)
(266,880)
(716,880)

-100.0%
-20.3%

28

-40.6%

Police (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description

2017

Capital Improvements Program


Range Roof Baffle System
10005
Total Capital Improvements Program
Other Capital Equipment Program
ATV w/Trailer
Beetle
Bomb Disposal Suit
Camera System (Cars)
Chromatograph, Gas
Digital Recording System
Digital Video Storage
Direct Link Crisis Comm System
ERT Vehicle
Forensic Light Source
Forklift
Freezer
GPS Tracking System
Imager
Imaging Technologies
K-9 Dog
Microfilm Scanner
Motorcycle
New World Hardware Refresh
Patrol Crossover
Patrol Crossover, K9
Patrol Sedan
Pickup
Pickup. 3/4 ton AC
Radios, Portable
Radios, In Car
Robot System
Sedan
Server
Shelving (Crime Lab)
Spectrometer
Speed Trailer
Trailer, Special Event
Tractor
Truck Service Box
Van
Videoprode
Video Technologies
Total Capital Improvements Program
Total Capital Program

2018

Qty

2019

Qty
8,500
96,370
348,300
77,400
146,800
50,800
176,000
56,000
38,700
50,000
1,048,870

9
2
4

55

1,048,870

2
17

2
55

2
3

650,000
650,000

Qty
700,398
25,000
36,000
544,500
69,800
176,000
176,000
41,600
28,101
12,000
100,000
1,909,399
$ 1,909,399

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2
2
16

2020

Qty
15,975
22,000
36,000
523,200
60,363
176,000
42,200
50,000
925,738
$ 1,575,738

11
5

Total
Cost

2021

650,000
650,000

Qty
60,000
19,756
370,700
158,500
58,600
176,000
170,000
42,800
75,879
26,500
100,000
1,258,735
$ 1,258,735

16

22,480
61,632
67,343
40,863
300,000
20,825
13,018
7,980
13,554
94,160
11,000
560,000
79,200
28,000
32,546
16,249
14,239
16,275
1,399,364

15,975
22,480
60,000
700,398
61,632
67,343
40,863
25,000
300,000
20,825
13,018
19,756
7,980
13,554
94,160
33,000
8,500
72,000
96,370
2,346,700
77,400
305,300
149,000
197,763
352,000
528,000
170,000
182,600
28,101
32,546
75,879
16,249
12,000
14,239
26,500
38,700
16,275
300,000
6,542,106

$ 1,399,364

$ 7,192,106

Police (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Implement and enhance community policing efforts in order to reduce crime and ensure the feeling of safety within the community.
2014 Results
1) Effectively deploy patrol officers in order to maintain or reduce average
response times on priority calls

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

9 min. 07 sec. 8 min. 50 sec. 8 min. 55 sec. 8 min. 55 sec. 9 min. 05 sec.

Note: Response time includes initial call to dispatch; and dispatch


2) Maintain or decrease Part I crimes per 1,000 population

36.02 crimes

37.8 crimes

39.97 crimes

37.0 crimes

38.0 crimes

2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

100/mo./avg

110/mo./avg

125 mon/avg

115/mo./avg

135mo/avg

9.1

9.4

8.9

9.4

9.5

2014 Results
71.5%
cleared

2015 Target
70%
cleared

2015 Results
71.9%
cleared

2016 Target
70%
cleared

2017 Target
70%
cleared

36.75%
cleared

40%
cleared

32.5%
cleared

40%
cleared

35%
cleared

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

Note: Part I crimes include murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary,
larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson

Maintain and improve traffic and pedestrian safety.


1) Maintain or increase the number of traffic specific enforcement measures per
month
Note: These measures include monthly saturation patrols, patrolling traffic
complaint areas and intersections with high accident rates
2) Maintain or reduce the ratio of injury producing traffic accidents per 1,000

Effectively use case investigative techniques to clear reported crimes.

1) Increase or maintain clearance rates on Part I violent crimes


Note: Part I violent crimes are murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault

2) Increase or maintain clearance rates on Part I property crimes

Note: Part I property crimes include burglary, larceny/theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.
Note: Cleared crimes refer to those in which at least one person is arrested, charged with the
offense, and turned over to the court for prosecution. Exceptional clearances occur when some
element beyond law enforcement control precludes the placing of formal charges against the

Provide a safe and secure school environment.


2014 Results
1.) Maintain or increase the number of enforcement measures or contacts to
ensure the safety of students and staff in the school environment during the
school year.
2) Maintain or increase the number of lockdown drills per school
during the school year

480 contacts 500 contacts

500 contacts

500 contacts 520 Contacts

1.5 drills/
year avg.

2.0 drills/
year avg.

2.0 drills/
year avg.

2.0 drills/
year avg.

2.0 drills/
year avg.

2014 Results
3,905
licenses

2015 Target
4,000
license

2015 Results
3,970
licenses

2016 Target
4,000
license

2017 Target
4,100
licenses

Provide for proactive animal control enforcement.


1) Maintain or increase animal licensing compliance.

Note: Prior to 2012 all animal licenses were for 1 year. In 2012 a 3 year license option was
added, this change resulted in fluctuations in the total number of licenses sold each year.

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Police (continued)
Staffing
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

2012
267
3.7

2013
269
4.1

2014*
272
3.8

2015**
282
3.5

Budget
2016***
2017****
292
296
4.6
4.6

*Added 4 Police Officers and 1 Animal Control Officer, transferred two positions to Fleet
**Added 5 Police Officers, 5 COPS Grant positions
***Added 5 Police Officers, 3 COPS Grant Positions, 1 Forensic Specialist, & 1 Evidence Technician
****Added 4 Police Officers

Statistics

City Population
Number of Sworn Officers
Number of Civilian Employees
Aggravated Assaults
Arsons
Auto Thefts
Burglaries
Drunk Driving Arrests
Homicides
Larcenies
Rapes
Robberies
Traffic Citations Issued

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

156,400
229
38
197
27
259
1,017
1,290
7
3,877
97
60
33,122

158,200
229
35
174
63
292
889
1,486
6
3,959
116
101
33,686

159,800
231
35
263
52
316
870
1,387
3
4,269
153
83
36,020

162,300
235
35
256
25
322
881
1,072
3
4,438
142
80
26,718

165,800
235
35
291
27
346
846
1,106
6
4,242
148
98
28,613

169,800
244
35
267
28
472
973
1,128
3
4,885
138
110
27,386

Need to Know
Budget includes four new police officer positions.
Reduced Youth Counseling contracted service agreement from $207,000 to $103,500.

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Highways &
Streets

Total Budget
$466,568,463
83%

17%

Highways & Streets


$80,522,117

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Highways & Streets


Excellence in public service starts with investing in our teams, technology, and equipment. We are committed to planning,
constructing, and maintaining the public infrastructure while managing and protecting our environmental resources. We will meet
our responsibilities through the wise use of public funds.

Function Overview

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental (General Fund)
Storm Drainage Fund Contribution
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources
Expenditures
By Program
Snow Removal
Street Maintenance
Engineering
Total General Fund
Storm Drainage Fund
Highways & Streets Capital
Total Expenditures
By Category
Personnel
Other Operating
Capital - Highways & Streets
Capital - Storm Drainage
Debt (Storm Drainage)
Total Expenditures

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

$ 14,691,458
8,729,236
5,428,400
30,192,714
$ 59,041,808

$ 15,741,484
8,665,982
7,443,179
28,733,693
$ 60,584,338

7,571,921
8,504,776
7,343,997
23,420,694
5,428,400
30,192,714
$ 59,041,808

7,152,213
9,900,049
7,355,204
24,407,466
7,443,179
28,733,693
$ 60,584,338

$ 12,206,788
13,489,045
30,192,714
2,737,786
415,474
$ 59,041,808

$ 12,374,119
14,151,874
28,733,693
4,970,313
354,339
$ 60,584,338

2017
Budget

16,373,179
9,422,334
10,628,912
35,265,642
71,690,067

8,287,567
8,997,875
8,510,071
25,795,513
10,628,912
35,265,642
71,690,067

13,492,269
16,003,060
35,265,642
6,592,000
337,096
71,690,067

Difference
$
%

15,854,245
9,367,580
17,745,775
37,856,304
80,823,904

(518,934)
(54,754)
7,116,863
2,590,662
$ 9,133,837

-3.2%
-0.6%
67.0%
7.3%
12.7%

7,674,150
9,704,929
7,842,747
25,221,825
17,745,775
37,856,304
80,823,904

-7.4%
7.9%
-7.8%
-2.2%
67.0%
7.3%
12.7%

13,050,890
15,725,424
37,856,304
13,889,500
301,787
80,823,904

-3.3%
-1.7%
7.3%
110.7%
-10.5%
12.7%

(613,417)
707,054
(667,325)
(573,688)
7,116,863
2,590,662
$ 9,133,837
(441,379)
(277,637)
2,590,662
7,297,500
(35,309)
$ 9,133,837

Expenditures by Program

Millions

$40.0
$30.0
$20.0
$10.0
$Snow Removal
2014 Actual

Street
Maintenance

Engineering

2015 Actual

Storm Drainage
Fund

2016 Original Budget

Highways &
Streets Capital
2017 Budget

Millions

Total Expenditures
$90
$80
$70
$60
$50
$40
$30
$20
$10
$-

$80.8
$71.7
$59.0

2014 Actual

$60.6

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

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2017 Budget

Highways & Streets (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Efficiently plan, maintain, and construct public infrastructure.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
1) Planned vs. actual spending of Highways & Streets capital funded by Sales Tax
2) Perform bridge condition surveys
3) Perform pavement condition surveys (percent of pavement surveyed)

2017 Target

81%

90%

81%

90%

90%

19

26

25

22

25

35%

50%

100%

50%

50%

Operate a safe and efficient traffic control system.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

1) Conduct traffic counts to determine impacts of future construction


projects

2017 Target

587

425

499

450

475

2) Conduct turning movement counts to improve traffic signal timings

128

135

149

135

135

3) Conduct traffic studies and signal enhancement

151

175

174

175

180

Provide safe and rideable streets for the traveling public.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
7.5
7.5
7.0
7.5

1) Increase average street Overall Condition Index (OCI) rating


Note: 1-10 scale 10 being a new street

2017 Target
7.0

2) Street sweeping expenditures per capita

$6.79

$3.60

$3.22

$6.90

$6.90

3) Street maintenance cost per front foot


Note: includes street sweeping, levy system maintenance, and traffic maintenance

$1.69

$1.70

$1.96

$1.70

$1.70

4) Completed pothole repair requests within 24 hours

80%

80%

80%

80%

80%

Improve efficiency of snow removal.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
1) Snow and ice control expenditures per
a. Lane Mile
b. Front Foot
c. Per capita
2) Time it takes to plow the streets after a snow alert has been issued

2017 Target

$2,446
$1.60
$45

$2,444
$1.60
$45

$2,423
$1.46
$42

$2,450
$1.60
$45

$2,558
$1.60
$45

24-32 hours

48 hours

24-32 hours

48 hours

48 hours

Educate the public about the storm sewer system and promote environmental awareness.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
1) Public outreach by partnering with local volunteers to install storm sewer curb
markers and corresponding educational door hangers

34

724

500

500

2017 Target
500

Highways & Streets (continued)


Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Highways & Streets
Storm Drainage
Fleet
Total Positions

2012
114
8
18
140

2013
114
8
18
140

2014
116
8
20
144

2015
116
8
22
146

2016
116
11
24
151

2017*
110
12
27
149

* Moved GIS from Highways & Streets Engineering to Information Technology, moved Mechanics from Parks and Fire to Fleet

Part-time FTE's
Highway & Streets
Fleet
Total Positions

2012
25.6
2.3
27.9

2013
27.7
2.4
30.1

2014
33.6
1.5
35.1

2015
32.2
2.9
35.1

Budget
2016
2017
29.3
31.5
2.3
2.2
31.6
33.7

Statistics
Front Foot
Lane miles
Pothole calls
Crack sealing (blocks)
Surface treatment (blocks)
Mill and overlay (blocks)
Silt removal (tons)
Formal construction contracts managed
Inlets cleaned
Inlets/storm lines/Jetted/cleaned (feet)
Storm sewer lines televised (feet)
Grates cleaned after storm
Digitize and maintain parcel polygons and associated features
Digitize and maintain street centerline and attributes (total miles)
Digitize and maintain basemap/general features within city limits
Collect GPS address points and associated building photos

2010
4,414,414

2011
4,445,879

2012
4,488,587

2013
4,540,650

2014
4,794,345

2015
4,884,281

2,801

2,824

2,834

2,881

2,921

2,952

2,130
383
430
340
0
87
731
114,746
84,377
N/A

1,952
0
400
303
13,110
85
1,721
261,502
39,628
N/A

443
287
337
297
47,916
95
2,053
322,850
73,297
2,290

2380
320
360
326
36,817
100
1,457
240,601
75,671
2,827

1430
557
423
237
4,850
100
1,778
319,246
38,320
2,034

1219
353
426
242
19,800
98
2,908
404,720
109,603
2,529

54,000

54,450

55,050

55,450

56,237

56,959

884

888

897

907

921

928

73.66 sq.
miles
61,000

73.89 sq.
miles
61,643

73.95 sq.
miles
64,216

74.80 sq.
miles
64,900

75.6 sq.
miles
65,867

76.04 sq.
miles
66,689

35

Highways & Streets (continued)


Capital Budget

Sources
Sales Tax Fund - Sales Tax
Sales Tax Fund - Platting Fees
Sales Tax Fund - Federal Funds & Grants
Sales Tax Fund - Outside Contributions
Storm Drainage Fund Contribution
Flood Control Fund - Bond Funds
Railroad Relocation Fund - Federal Funds
Total Capital Sources
Expenditures
Land
Buildings
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Infrastructure
Equipment
Total Capital Expenditures

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Budget

2017
Budget

$ 27,522,779
920,469
6,397
185,082
2,737,786
1,287,272
270,716
$ 32,930,500

$ 26,984,675
1,233,609
150,721
245,580
4,970,313
119,108
$ 33,704,006

$ 33,335,642
830,000
1,000,000
100,000
6,592,000
$ 41,857,642

$ 35,926,304
830,000
1,000,000
100,000
13,889,500
$ 51,745,804

$ 2,590,662
7,297,500
$ 9,888,162

1,119,252
44,689
28,613
31,697,263
40,683
$ 32,930,500

1,462,248
79,918
32,138,557
23,282
$ 33,704,006

950,000
40,235,142
672,500
$ 41,857,642

Difference
$
%

1,118,000
100,000
50,229,804
298,000
$ 51,745,804

168,000
100,000
9,994,662
(374,500)
$ 9,888,162

Total Capital Expenditures


$55

$51.7

$50
Millions

$45

$41.9

$40
$35

$32.9

$33.7

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$30
$25
2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Capital Expenditures

Millions

$40
$30
$20
$10
$Land

2014 Actual

Buildings

2015 Actual

Improvements
Other Than
Buildings

Infrastructure

2016 Original Budget

36

Equipment

2017 Budget

7.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
110.7%

23.6%

17.7%

24.8%
-55.7%
23.6%

Highways and Streets (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

2017

2018

2019

11079
11073
11074
11001
11012
11014
11003
11006
11007
11009
11086
11018
11011
11002
11013
11010
11008
11064
11016
11017
11067
11027
11030
11066
11029
11068
11075
11069
11028
11076
11088
11031
22003
23015
24008

$ 5,359,000
1,101,000
1,495,000
3,295,000
50,000
425,000
5,099,761
11,369,043
2,240,000
500,000
200,000
150,000
47,500
275,000
160,000
192,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
30,000
325,000
325,000
48,000
216,000
750,000
250,000
50,000
140,000
305,000
145,000
100,000
34,992,304

$ 5,701,500
1,485,000
1,618,500
3,045,000
170,900
375,000
5,149,642
11,186,277
1,365,000
600,000
450,000
150,000
47,500
225,000
200,000
192,000
200,000
1,700,000
150,000
50,000
325,000
400,000
193,000
250,000
100,000
250,000
330,000
145,000
36,054,319

$ 5,561,000
1,616,000
1,662,000
3,576,000
1,317,000
400,000
906,197
12,078,803
1,575,000
400,000
5,000,000
185,000
60,000
275,000
120,000
220,000
200,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
325,000
450,000
333,000
250,000
200,000
100,000
355,000
37,665,000

Other Financing
School District/Park Site Coordination
LED Street Light Upgrade Program
Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements
Railroad Crosing Improvements
Total State Funds

11002
11030
11075
11011

150,000
25,000
150,000
1,000,000
1,325,000

150,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
375,000

Platting Fees
Arterial Street Improvements
Total Platting Fees

11006

1,416,000
1,416,000

1,478,000
1,478,000

2020

2021

Total Cost

5,350,000
1,860,000
1,625,000
3,980,000
1,268,000
425,000
11,380,715
11,611,481
1,500,000
1,000,000
250,000
275,000
60,000
150,000
130,000
220,000
325,000
150,000
200,000
470,000
540,000
300,000
200,000
400,000
110,000
100,000
405,000
44,285,196

$ 5,400,000
2,200,000
1,700,000
4,320,000
250,000
450,000
11,198,508
10,748,020
1,500,000
1,000,000
350,000
300,000
65,000
175,000
140,000
234,000
350,000
1,500,000
470,000
540,000
330,000
200,000
250,000
1,510,000
100,000
410,000
45,690,528

$ 27,371,500
8,262,000
8,100,500
18,216,000
3,055,900
2,075,000
33,734,823
56,993,624
8,180,000
3,500,000
6,250,000
1,060,000
280,000
1,100,000
750,000
1,058,000
1,275,000
1,750,000
2,100,000
450,000
130,000
1,915,000
2,255,000
48,000
742,000
750,000
1,380,000
750,000
500,000
500,000
1,620,000
340,000
1,805,000
290,000
100,000
198,687,347

150,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
375,000

150,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
375,000

150,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
375,000

750,000
125,000
750,000
1,200,000
2,825,000

1,551,000
1,551,000

1,590,000
1,590,000

1,630,000
1,630,000

7,665,000
7,665,000

47,695,528

209,177,347

Highways & Streets


Capital Improvements Program
Sales Tax
Asphalt Street Rehabilitation Program
Core Neighborhood Reconstruction Prog
Surface Treatment Program
Concrete Pavement Restoration
Arterial Intersection Improvements
Bridge and Retaining Wall Rehabilitation
Major Street Reconstruction Program
Arterial Street Improvements
Downtown Area-Street & Utility Improve
Right of Way Acquisition and Restoration
Bridge Reconstruction Program
ADA Improvements
Railroad Crossing Improvement
School District/Park Site Coordination
SDDOT Project Coordination
Traffic Signal Improvements
Communications Network Upgrade
Arrowhead Parkway Improvements
26th St & I-229 Area Improvements
85th St & I-29 Improvements
Veterans Parkway Construction
Street Lights in Newly Developed Areas
LED Street Light Upgrade Program
Rail Yard Redevelopment
49th St. Extension
Annexation Infrastructure Improvements
Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements
Minnesota Avenue Corridor Improvemetns
60th St N Improvements
41st Street Improvements
Salt Storage Facility
Terry Ave and 43rd St Drainage Improve
City Wide Water Main Replacement
Dakota Ave from Russell St to 3rd St
Street Maintenance Bldg Improvements
Total Sales Tax

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Air Compressor
Asphalt Hauler
GPS Data Collector
GPS Units, Mobile
Hammer, Hydraulic
Manhole Cutter
Pump
Retroreflectormeter
Robotic Total Station
Server Storage
Trailer
Trailer, Trash Pump
Utility Trailer
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Highways & Streets Capital Program

37,733,304
Qty
1

1
1
1
1

37,907,319
Qty

25,000
28,000
25,000
45,000
123,000
$ 37,856,304

1
1
1
1

1
2

50,000
8,000
15,000
20,000
25,000
30,000
148,000
$ 38,055,319

37

39,591,000
Qty
1
1

46,250,196
Qty

Qty

15,000
35,000
15,000
35,000
100,000

8,000
30,000
38,000

15,000
50,000
35,000
16,000
15,000
20,000
25,000
43,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
30,000
409,000

$ 39,691,000

$ 46,288,196

$ 47,695,528

$ 209,586,347

Highways and Streets (continued)


Capital Program Detail (continued)
Description

Project
Number

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total Cost

Capital Improvements Program


Storm Drainage Fees
Drainage Improvements in Developing Areas 11020
Sump Pump Collection Systems
11021
Unforeseen Drainage Improvements
11022
Drainage Conveyance Improvements
11023
Regional Stormwater Analysis & Improvemnts 11087
Terry Ave and 43rd Street Drainage Improve 11031
Flood Control System Improvements
11078
Covell Area Basin Drainage Improvements
11026
Indian Mound Retaining Wall Rehabilitation 11065
Arterial Street Improvements
11006
City Wide Water Main Installation
22003
Total Storm Drainage Fees

$ 3,433,000
325,000
240,000
477,000
422,000
1,000,000
250,000
905,000
20,000
7,072,000

$ 2,318,000
350,000
240,000
871,000
827,000
500,000
250,000
200,000
20,000
5,576,000

$ 2,388,000
375,000
240,000
636,000
200,000
500,000
365,000
200,000
20,000
4,924,000

2,460,000
400,000
240,000
446,000
200,000
700,000
500,000
250,000
200,000
20,000
5,416,000

$ 2,534,000
400,000
265,000
643,000
200,000
700,000
500,000
250,000
280,000
339,000
20,000
6,131,000

$ 13,133,000
1,850,000
1,225,000
3,073,000
1,849,000
1,400,000
3,000,000
1,365,000
280,000
1,844,000
100,000
29,119,000

Storm Drainage/State Loans


Non Point Source Improvements
11046
Regional Stormwater Analysis & Improvemnts 11087
Terry Ave and 43rd Street Drainage Improve 11031
Total State Loans

1,550,000
313,500
4,779,000
6,642,500

3,173,500
3,173,500

1,550,000
3,487,000
4,779,000
9,816,000

13,714,500

8,749,500

4,924,000

5,416,000

6,131,000

38,935,000

175,000
175,000

175,000
175,000

$ 13,889,500

$ 8,749,500

$ 4,924,000

5,416,000

$ 6,131,000

$ 39,110,000

$ 51,745,804

$ 46,804,819

$ 44,615,000

$ 51,704,196

$ 53,826,528

$ 248,696,347

Storm Drainage

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Loader, Front End
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Storm Drainage Capital Program

Total Highways & Streets Capital Program

38

Engineering Program
Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Sources

$
$

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Total Expenditures

6,323,931
1,020,066
7,343,997

5,418,753
1,925,244
7,343,997
7,343,997

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

6,486,129
869,075
7,355,204

5,371,720
1,983,484
7,355,204
7,355,204

2017
Budget

7,432,851
1,077,220
8,510,071

6,108,973
2,401,098
8,510,071
8,510,071

Difference
$
%

6,867,717
975,030
7,842,747

5,711,626
2,131,121
7,842,747
7,842,747

(565,135)
(102,190)
(667,325)

-7.6%
-9.5%
-7.8%

(397,347)
(269,978)
(667,325)
(667,325)

-6.5%
-11.2%
-7.8%
-7.8%

Total Expenditures
$10
$8.5
Millions

$8

$7.3

$7.8

$7.4

GIS moved to Information


Technology in 2017

$6
$4
$2
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

Personnel

27%

73%

Other Operating

Total = $7,842,747

39

Engineering Program (continued)


Operating Budget by Source and Program
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

6,486,129

7,432,851

168,410
583,648
86,104
30,914
869,075
7,355,204

271,620
655,600
87,000
63,000
1,077,220
8,510,071

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Licenses & Permits
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Sources
Total Operating Sources

6,323,931

175,026
598,313
206,363
40,364
1,020,066
7,343,997

By Program
Engineering
$
GIS*
Traffic
Total Operating Expenditures $

4,369,416
653,615
2,320,966
7,343,997

6,867,717

179,430
655,600
105,000
35,000
975,030
7,842,747

(565,135)

-7.6%

(92,190)
18,000
(28,000)
(102,190)
(667,325)

-33.9%
0.0%
20.7%
-44.4%
-9.5%
-7.8%

88,886
(717,106)
(39,105)
(667,325)

1.9%
-100.0%
-1.3%
-7.8%

Expenditures
$

4,275,044
617,061
2,463,099
7,355,204

4,799,492
717,106
2,993,473
8,510,071

4,888,378
2,954,368
7,842,747

* GIS moved to Information Technology in 2017

Operating Sources
$0.8
Millions

$0.6
$0.4
$0.2
$Licenses &
Permits
2014 Actual

Intergovernmental

2015 Actual

Charges for Goods


& Services

Miscellaneous

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program

Millions

$5.0
$4.0
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$Engineering
2014 Actual

GIS*
2015 Actual

Traffic
2016 Original Budget

40

2017 Budget

Engineering Program (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2015
Actual

3,607,519
33,783
99,780
103,929
68,727
3,913,738

2016
Original Budget

3,604,108
31,673
9,146
78,143
25,926
66,594
3,815,590

3,992,178
32,732
11,440
167,568
117,077
75,316
4,396,311

2017
Budget
$

3,710,241
31,232
11,440
171,288
117,803
64,469
4,106,473

Difference
$
%
$

(281,937)
(1,500)
3,720
726
(10,847)
(289,838)

-7.1%
-4.6%
0.0%
2.2%
0.6%
-14.4%
-6.6%

276,018

275,476

307,659

284,659

(23,000)

-7.5%

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

638,486
535,981
47,946
6,584
1,228,998
5,418,753

691,320
509,104
74,326
5,904
1,280,654
5,371,720

724,582
600,799
74,326
5,296
1,405,003
6,108,973

656,959
590,881
66,893
5,760
1,320,494
5,711,626

(67,622)
(9,918)
(7,433)
464
(84,509)
(397,347)

-9.3%
-1.7%
-10.0%
8.8%
-6.0%
-6.5%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating

387,229
319,100
676,840
344,329
55,455
142,290
1,925,244

274,675
408,584
742,737
479,030
51,590
26,868
1,983,484

571,246
334,351
916,760
334,075
79,608
165,059
2,401,098

526,995
291,810
873,175
226,645
65,933
146,562
2,131,121

(44,251)
(42,541)
(43,585)
(107,430)
(13,675)
(18,497)
(269,978)

-7.7%
-12.7%
-4.8%
-32.2%
-17.2%
-11.2%
-11.2%

(667,325)

-7.8%

OASI

Total Operating Expenditures

7,343,997

7,355,204

8,510,071

7,842,747

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$9.0
$8.0
$8.5
$7.0

$7.3

$7.8

$7.4

$6.0
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$7.0

Millions

$6.0

$5.4

$6.1
$5.4

$5.7
Personnel

$5.0
$4.0
$3.0

$1.9

$2.4

$2.0

$2.1
Other
Operating

$2.0
$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

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Snow Removal Program


Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

$
$

7,571,921
7,571,921

$
$

7,152,213
7,152,213

$
$

8,287,567
8,287,567

$
$

7,674,150
7,674,150

$
$

(613,417)
(613,417)

-7.4%
-7.4%

2,216,691
5,355,230
7,571,921
7,571,921

2,247,784
4,904,429
7,152,213
7,152,213

2,557,585
5,729,983
8,287,567
8,287,567

2,497,769
5,176,381
7,674,150
7,674,150

(59,815)
(553,602)
(613,417)
(613,417)

-2.3%
-9.7%
-7.4%
-7.4%

Millions

Total Expenditures
$10.0
$8.3
$7.7

$8.0
$7.6

$7.2

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$6.0
$4.0
$2.0
$2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Millions

Total Operating Expenditures


$8.0

$6.0

$5.7
$5.4

$4.9

$2.2

$2.2

$5.2

Other
Operating

$4.0
$2.6

$2.5

Personnel

$2.0

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

43

2017 Budget

Snow Removal Program (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Sources
General Fund Contribution

7,571,921

7,152,213

8,287,567

7,674,150

(613,417)

-7.4%

1,001,255
49,355
230,106
13,148
196,668
129,138
13,612
1,633,281

730,413
236,088
411,664
17,874
192,953
4,694
5,001
1,598,686

1,243,198
165,000
300,000
1,322
210,000
15,296
7,920
1,942,735

1,242,856
165,000
200,000
1,322
210,000
41,837
7,920
1,868,934

(342)
(100,000)
26,541
(73,801)

0.0%
0.0%
-33.3%
0.0%
0.0%
173.5%
0.0%
-3.8%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Wages Other Departments
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

117,567

114,568

99,364

99,364

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

251,335
183,737
30,770
465,842
2,216,691

270,927
204,920
58,682
534,530
2,247,784

237,387
219,416
58,682
515,486
2,557,585

256,155
213,203
60,114
529,472
2,497,769

18,767
(6,213)
1,431
13,986
(59,815)

7.9%
-2.8%
2.4%
2.7%
-2.3%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair and Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Micellaneous
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures

396,125
1,400,310
1,215,848
2,261,537
383
81,028
5,355,230
7,571,921

1,557,238
1,249,078
932,612
1,164,874
539
88
4,904,429
7,152,213

1,114,005
1,502,833
1,016,709
2,032,371
2,100
61,965
5,729,983
8,287,567

1,034,005
1,438,055
913,809
1,785,921
2,100
2,492
5,176,381
7,674,150

(80,000)
(64,779)
(102,900)
(246,450)
(59,474)
(553,602)
(613,417)

-7.2%
-4.3%
-10.1%
-12.1%
0.0%
-96.0%

OASI

Millions

Total Operating Expenditures


$10.0
$8.0
$6.0
$4.0

$7.6

$8.3

$7.2

$7.7

$2.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

44

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

0.0%

-9.7%
-7.4%

Street Maintenance Program


Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Total Expenditures

795,606
7,709,170
8,504,776
8,504,776

3,396,148
5,108,627
8,504,776
8,504,776

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2,103,142
7,796,907
9,900,049
9,900,049

3,543,808
6,356,242
9,900,049
9,900,049

2017
Budget

652,760
8,345,114
8,997,875
8,997,875

3,172,181
5,825,693
8,997,875
8,997,875

Difference
$

1,312,378
8,392,550
9,704,929
9,704,929

3,460,898
6,244,031
9,704,929
9,704,929

659,618
47,436
707,054
707,054

101.1%
0.6%
7.9%
7.9%

288,716
418,338
707,054
707,054

9.1%
7.2%
7.9%
7.9%

Total Expenditures

Millions

$12.0

$9.9

$10.0

$9.7
$9.0

$8.5
$8.0

$6.0
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Sources

Millions

$6.0
$4.0
$2.0
$Taxes - Frontage

2014 Actual

Intergovernmental

2015 Actual

Charges for Goods &


Services

2016 Original Budget

45

Miscellaneous

2017 Budget

Street Maintenance Program (continued)


Operating Budget by Category

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Taxes - Frontage
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Sources
Total Operating Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Wages Other Departments
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2014

2015

2016

2017

Actual

Actual

Original Budget

Budget

2,103,142

652,760

4,596,800
3,075,853
122,988
1,267
7,796,907
9,900,049

4,640,564
3,626,050
77,000
1,500
8,345,114
8,997,875

795,606

4,625,643
3,002,107
80,442
978
7,709,170
8,504,776

1,461,435
238,020
213,218
20,106
565,700
7,376
3,832
2,509,687

1,712,364
16,538
223,060
10,891
542,660
57,735
12,959
2,576,207

1,747,571
78,000
1,825
504,000
21,122
10,936
2,363,455

Difference

1,312,378

4,688,000
3,626,050
77,000
1,500
8,392,550
9,704,929

1,788,226
183,000
1,825
554,736
57,774
10,695
2,596,257

659,618

101.1%

47,436
47,436
707,054

1.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.6%
7.9%

40,655
105,000
50,736
36,652
(241)
232,802

2.3%

178,711

188,145

120,083

121,340

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

348,219
287,734
71,798
707,751
3,396,148

381,741
313,270
84,446
779,456
3,543,808

286,532
317,666
84,446
688,643
3,172,181

344,287
315,999
83,014
743,300
3,460,898

57,755
(1,667)
(1,431)
54,657
288,716

20.2%
-0.5%
-1.7%
7.9%
9.1%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Miscellaneous
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures $

55,309
1,268,570
1,785,755
498,700
9,505
1,469,601
21,187
5,108,627
8,504,776

210,985
1,558,564
2,324,333
507,220
12,223
1,704,907
38,010
6,356,242
9,900,049

137,385
1,611,757
1,858,202
536,233
5,316
1,676,801
5,825,693
8,997,875

137,385
1,663,949
2,105,089
633,467
5,316
1,698,827
6,244,031
9,704,929

52,192
246,887
97,234
22,026
418,338
707,054

0.0%
3.2%
13.3%
18.1%
0.0%
1.3%

OASI

1,257

134.6%
0.0%
10.1%
173.5%
-2.2%
9.9%

Total Operating Expenditures


Millions

$10.0
$8.0
$6.0
$4.0
$2.0
$-

$8.5

2014 Actual

Millions

2015 Actual

$9.7

$9.0

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures

$8
$6

$9.9

$6.4

$5.8

$6.2
Other
Operating

$3.2

$3.5

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$5.1

$4
$2

$3.4

Personnel

$3.5

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

46

1.0%

7.2%
7.9%

Storm Drainage
Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Storm Drainage Funds Contribution
Departmental
Total Sources

$
$

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Debt
Total Expenditures

6,794,915
6,794,915

1,175,196
1,099,944
2,275,140
2,737,786
415,474
5,428,400

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,204
7,441,975
7,443,179

1,210,807
907,720
2,118,527
4,970,313
354,339
7,443,179

2017
Budget

2,013,804
8,615,108
10,628,912

1,653,530
2,046,286
3,699,816
6,592,000
337,096
10,628,912

Difference
$
%

1,308,000
16,437,775
17,745,775

$ (705,804)
7,822,667
$ 7,116,863

-35.0%
90.8%
67.0%

1,380,597
2,173,891
3,554,488
13,889,500
301,787
17,745,775

$ (272,933)
127,606
(145,327)
7,297,500
(35,309)
$ 7,116,863

-16.5%
6.2%
-3.9%
110.7%
-10.5%
67.0%

Millions

Total Expenditures
$20
$18
$16
$14
$12
$10
$8
$6
$4
$2
$-

$17.7

$10.6

$7.4
$5.4

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Debt
2%

8%

Personnel

12%

78%

Capital

Total = $17,745,775

47

Other Operating

Storm Drainage (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Storm Drainage Fund Contribution
Departmental
Taxes
Special Assessments
Miscellaneous
Other (SRF Notes, Transfer-In)
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Wages Other Departments
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2015
Actual

5,986,232
794,231
14,452
6,794,915
6,794,915

OASI

690,981
79,220
2,278
258
77,659
16,228
866,625

1,204

6,464,256
936,339
41,381
7,441,975
7,443,179

673,123
167,667
25,867
4,414
9,874
15,014
895,960

2016
Original Budget
$

2,013,804

6,669,008
648,000
1,298,100
8,615,108
10,628,912

925,307
224,194
6,681
1,520
86,180
606
21,581
1,266,069

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

1,308,000

$ (705,804)

-35.0%

1,861,474
366,693
(498,000)
6,092,500
7,822,667
$ 7,116,863

27.9%
56.6%
-38.4%

8,530,482
1,014,693
800,100
6,092,500
16,437,775
17,745,775

997,082
5,981
1,520
8,606
20,978
1,034,167

90.8%
67.0%

71,775
(224,194)
(700)
(86,180)
8,000
(603)
(231,902)

7.8%
-100.0%
-10.5%
0.0%
-100.0%
1320.1%
-2.8%
-18.3%

59,974

64,533

74,720

74,028

(692)

-0.9%

Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

133,965
112,913
1,719
248,597
1,175,196

146,056
102,641
1,618
250,315
1,210,807

158,312
152,987
1,442
312,741
1,653,530

151,235
120,159
1,008
272,402
1,380,597

(7,077)
(32,828)
(434)
(40,339)
(272,933)

-4.5%
-21.5%
-30.1%
-12.9%
-16.5%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating

291,563
153,323
597,379
43,916
8,101
5,662
1,099,944

250,103
79,126
531,904
36,955
3,316
6,314
907,720

392,677
264,227
1,242,900
123,393
16,070
7,019
2,046,286

465,677
304,440
1,258,060
122,586
16,110
7,019
2,173,891

73,000
40,213
15,160
(808)
40
127,606

18.6%
15.2%
1.2%
-0.7%
0.2%
0.0%
6.2%

Land
Equipment
Infrastructure
Total Capital

561,654
23,140
2,152,992
2,737,786

387,501
4,582,811
4,970,313

300,000
507,000
5,785,000
6,592,000

618,000
175,000
13,096,500
13,889,500

318,000
(332,000)
7,311,500
7,297,500

106.0%
-65.5%
126.4%
110.7%

415,474

354,339

337,096

301,787

(35,309)

-10.5%

Debt
Total Expenditures

5,428,400

7,443,179

48

10,628,912

17,745,775

$ 7,116,863

67.0%

Public Health

Total Budget
$466,568,463
97%

3%

Public Health
$12,296,768

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Public Health
OUR MISSION- To improve the quality of life for the citizens of Sioux Falls by preventing or controlling disease, mitigating adverse
health conditions and threats, and by providing an open door to primary health services.
OUR VISION- To understand and influence the health and well-being of the citizens of Sioux Falls.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Operating Revenues
Charges for Goods & Services (Net)
Intergovernmental
Licenses & Permits
Fines, Contributions, Interest
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

2,267,381

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2,424,724

2,578,747
5,157,479
3,229,711
290,110
134,500
384,931
9,196,732
51,000
11,826,478

4,019,842
3,105,804
296,453
131,161
326,279
7,879,538
120,263
$ 10,267,183

3,904,989
3,580,429
298,962
101,887
351,940
8,238,207
108,924
$ 10,771,855

6,715,902
3,431,018
10,146,920
120,263
$ 10,267,183

7,181,499
3,481,432
10,662,931
108,924
$ 10,771,855

2017
Budget

8,185,300
3,590,179
11,775,478
51,000
11,826,478

Difference
$
%

2,681,402

$ 102,655

5,304,559
3,437,266
295,110
154,500
384,931
9,576,366
39,000
12,296,768

147,080
207,555
5,000
20,000
379,635
(12,000)
$ 470,289

2.9%
6.4%
1.7%
14.9%
0.0%
4.1%
-23.5%
4.0%

8,484,535
3,773,233
12,257,768
39,000
12,296,768

$ 299,235
183,055
482,289
(12,000)
$ 470,289

3.7%
5.1%
4.1%
-23.5%
4.0%

Total Expenditures
$14.0
Millions

$13.0
$11.8

$12.0
$11.0
$10.0
$9.0

$12.3

$10.8
$10.3

$8.0
$7.0
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

Personnel

30%

Other Operating

69%
1%

Capital

Total = $12,296,768

49

4.0%

Public Health (continued)


Operating Budget by Source and Program
Falls Community Health Clinic
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

3,050,811
3,637,970
359,683
7,048,465

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Revenues
Intergovernmental - Grants
Charges (Net)
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Revenues

Expenses
Medical
Dental
Total Expenses
Total Net Impact to General Fund

2,542,650
3,662,402
324,260
6,529,312
5,620,158
1,910,904
7,531,062
1,001,751

6,248,857
1,955,688
8,204,546
1,156,081

2,781,676
4,795,288
390,431
7,967,395
6,746,638
2,413,325
9,159,963
1,192,568

3,002,191
4,942,368
390,431
8,334,990

$ 220,515
147,080
367,595

7.9%
3.1%
0.0%
4.6%

6,952,858
2,541,571
9,494,429
1,159,439

206,221
128,246
$ 334,466
$ (33,128)

3.1%
5.3%
3.7%
-2.8%

Community Health, Safety and Enforcement


2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Revenues
Licenses and Permits

Intergovernmental - Grants

296,453

298,962

290,110

435,075

5,000

1.7%

(12,960)

-2.9%

529,617

Charges

368,439

268,852

362,191

362,191

0.0%

Miscellaneous (Fines, Contributions)

122,181

92,311

129,000

149,000

20,000

15.5%

1,350,227

1,189,742

1,229,336

1,241,376

12,040

1.0%

Total Revenues

448,035

295,110

563,154

Expenses
Vector Control

569,990

594,414

604,723

628,021

23,298

3.9%

Code Enforcement

407,830

400,682

439,882

465,779

25,897

5.9%

Food Program

373,895

396,167

425,092

427,314

2,221

0.5%

Community Health and Wellness

286,744

242,268

299,826

318,717

18,892

6.3%

Emergency Medical Services

334,272

244,683

249,580

271,019

21,439

8.6%

Environmental Lab

210,602

215,673

228,463

225,706

(2,757)

-1.2%

Public Health Preparedness

197,506

127,203

129,899

176,451

46,552

35.8%

In-home Family Daycare

100,611

106,526

125,848

152,825

26,977

21.4%

Business Licenses

134,407

130,770

112,202

97,507

(14,695)

-13.1%

Total Expenses

2,615,857

Total Net Impact to General Fund

1,265,631

2,458,385
$

1,268,643

2,615,515
$

1,386,179

2,763,339

$ 147,823

5.7%

1,521,962

$ 135,783

9.8%

2017 Public Health Program Breakdown


Falls
Community
Health Clinic

77%

23%

Community Health, Safety


and Enforcement

Total = $12,257,768

50

Public Health (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

3,957,431
28,387
22
897,880
81,787
57,168
5,022,674

OASI

2016
Original Budget

4,419,722
31,324
9
729,382
34,199
68,814
5,283,450

5,121,651
12,700
799,682
36,790
73,414
6,044,237

2017
Budget
$

0.0%
117.7%
19.7%
3.3%

(20,419)

-4.5%

14,954
104,910
462
120,326
299,235

1.9%
13.1%
0.0%
6.4%
7.1%
3.7%

454,082

433,663

684,013
607,961
39,346
5,920
1,337,239
6,715,902

738,419
708,221
72,868
7,087
1,526,595
7,181,499

804,256
802,599
72,868
7,258
1,686,981
8,185,300

819,210
907,509
72,868
7,720
1,807,307
8,484,535

1,921,656
189,031
109,345
1,011,924
61,542
137,520
3,431,018
$ 10,146,920

1,708,922
218,343
310,005
1,032,503
86,071
124,057
1,532
3,481,432
$ 10,662,931

1,823,205
248,016
117,350
1,158,974
95,395
147,239
3,590,179
11,775,478

2,018,230
260,680
117,350
1,152,458
95,395
129,121
3,773,233
12,257,768

195,025
12,664
(6,517)
(18,118)
183,055
$ 482,289

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$15.0
$10.0
$10.1

$12.3

$11.8

$10.7

$5.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$10.0
$8.2

Millions

$8.0

$7.2

$8.5
Personnel

$6.7

$6.0
$4.0
$2.0

$3.4

$3.5

$3.6

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

$3.8

Other
Operating

$2014 Actual

51

2.8%
0.0%

$ 141,604
(22)
43,315
14,431
199,328

371,454

Difference
$
%

5,263,255
12,700
799,661
80,104
87,845
6,243,565

355,989

Pension
Insurance
Worker's Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures

2015
Actual

2017 Budget

10.7%
5.1%
0.0%
-0.6%
0.0%
-12.3%
5.1%
4.1%

Public Health (continued)


Capital Budget
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Total Capital Sources

$
$

120,263
120,263

$
$

108,924
108,924

$
$

51,000
51,000

$
$

39,000
39,000

$
$

(12,000)
(12,000)

-23.5%
-23.5%

Expenditures
Equipment
Total Capital Expenditures

$
$

120,263
120,263

$
$

108,924
108,924

$
$

51,000
51,000

$
$

39,000
39,000

$
$

(12,000)
(12,000)

-23.5%
-23.5%

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Public Health (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

2017

Other Capital Equipment Program


Qty
Analyzer, Chemistry
$
Analyzer, Hematology
Autoclave
Coloposcopy
Dental Chair
Dental Unit
2
Ice/Water Machine
Pickup
Sedan
Utility Vehicle
Van
Water Purification System
Wireless Network
X-Ray Imaging System
X-Ray, Dental Portable
X-Ray Machine/Tube, Clinic
X-Ray, Digital
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

2018
Qty

39,000
39,000
39,000

2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1

2019

21,000
10,000
66,800
41,600
15,000
22,400
15,000
18,344
210,144

Qty
1 $ 150,000
1
55,000
2
22,000
2
39,000
1
15,000
1
7,660
1
85,000
1
14,594
1
57,000
1
7,900
453,154

210,144

$ 453,154

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2020
Qty

2021

Total Cost

Qty
$

1
1

15,000
15,000
42,800
72,800
72,800

21,700
21,700

150,000
55,000
15,000
15,000
43,000
78,000
10,000
66,800
106,100
30,000
22,400
7,660
15,000
103,344
14,594
57,000
7,900
796,798

21,700

796,798

Public Health (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Provide access to services that promote health and prevent disease.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

70%

70%

69%

70%

70%

2) Percentage of adult patients with diagnosed hypertension whose most recent


blood pressure was less than 140/90.

62%

65%

65%

65%

65%

3) Percentage of women age 21-64 who received one or more pap tests during the
measurement year or during the two years prior to the measurement year.

47%

50%

48%

50%

50%

4) Percentage of adults who are overweight or underweight with follow up plan.

63%

44%

61%

44%

44%

5) Survival of bystander witnessed arrests of cardiac etiology who were found in a


shockable rhythm.

57%

35%

53%

35%

35%

2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Respond to citizen public health code concerns/complaints within 48 hours.

97%

95%

95%

95%

95%

2) Results available from drinking water samples within 24 hours and


pool/spa results available within 28 hours.

95%

95%

95%

95%

97%

3) Resolution of code enforcement cases through voluntary compliance

93%

90%

91%

92%

92%

4) Reduction of potential food borne illness by decreasing the percentage of facilities


having critical violations at the time of inspection.

25%

25%

33%

25%

25%

5) Decrease the percentage of adults in the Sioux Falls MSA that


currently smoke.

20%

19%

20%

19%

19%

1)Percentage of diabetic patients whose HbA1c levels are less than or equal to 9
percent.

Protect the community from health hazards and disease transmission.

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Public Health (continued)


Staffing

Budget
2013
64
25.7

2014
71
18.8

2015
73
18.1

2016
78
19.7

2017
78
19.1

Falls Community Health


Visits: Total
Visits: Medical
Visits: Dental

2011
44,121
28,444
11,395

2012
44,010
27,902
11,298

2013
43,188
28,413
10,633

2014
44,037
29,522
10,926

2015
40,031
25,992
10,125

Public Health
Facility Inspections
Nuisance Inspections
Home Daycares
Nuisance Cases
Nuisance Property Cleanups
Vector/Mosquito Control Treatment Sites

3,209
3,272
428
1,536
23
12,852

3,243
3,279
366
1,557
15
9,873

3,264
3,709
350
1,811
20
12,908

3,457
3,810
332
1,854
22
13,209

3,496
4,071
306
1,540
17
13,270

1.34

1.96

3.08

4.13

3.23

Year-end Fulltime Positions


Part-time FTE's

2012
64
23.8

Statistics

NICE/KEEP Clean Up Area- total square miles

Need to Know
Significant Achievements in 2015:
Successful transition to Paramedics Plus ground ambulance service.
Approval by City Council of Complete Streets Policy-Live Well Sioux Falls helped lead the effort to create an integrated street network allowing safe and
convenient travel for all modes of transportation.
Created community's first website and campaign, Protect Your Parts , to provide unbiased information on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), as well as
list of all testing services within community.
Received approval for Falls Community Health to have federal malpractice and liability insurance through the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).
Successful transition of upgrading medical diagnosis coding from 13,000 to 68,000 code choices with minimal financial impact.
Increased access to medical and dental care through successful provider recruitment of Physician Assistant and Dentist.
Renovated 2,100 square feet of existing clinic space to centralize patient check out, provide staff workstations and increase patient consult areas.
Received award from South Dakota Public Health Assocation (SDPHA) for the 2015 Outstanding Contribution to Public Health for the Live Well Sioux Falls
leadership and commitment to improving the health of the community.
Maintained 90% compliance rate on nuisance complaints without any legal or enforcement activity.
Created #Watch4Jerry compaign to remind everyone, no matter the mode of transportation we use, to help keep streets safe.

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Culture &
Recreation
Total Budget
$466,568,463
92%

Entertainment
Venues
$6,919,378

1%
5%
2%

Museum
$587,500
Parks &
Recreation
$22,358,262

Library
$8,208,415

Library ........................................................................................... 57
Parks & Recreation ...................................................................... 65
Entertainment Venues
(Events Complex, Orpheum Theatre, Washington Pavilion)................................ 73
Siouxland Museum ...................................................................... 77

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Library
Siouxland Libraries provides current and timely information and materials in a variety of formats that reflect the reading and
information needs of library customers and the use they make of our libraries. Specific emphasis is placed on stimulating and
encouraging the joy of reading and learning, and on enhancing the overall quality of life enjoyed by the residents of Sioux Falls
and Minnehaha County.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Library Memorial Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Capital Funds Contribution
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

5,121,883
15,618
1,179,191
6,316,692
748,317
7,065,009

4,992,138
1,324,554
6,316,692
748,317
7,065,009

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

5,394,034
1,359
1,217,110
6,612,502
772,654
7,385,156

5,031,970
1,580,533
6,612,502
772,654
7,385,156

2017
Budget

6,967,985
5,000
1,285,725
8,258,710
904,500
9,163,210

5,487,335
2,771,375
8,258,710
904,500
9,163,210

Difference
$

6,018,745
5,000
1,293,170
7,316,915
891,500
8,208,415

5,687,454
1,629,461
7,316,915
891,500
8,208,415

(949,240)
7,445
(941,795)
(13,000)
(954,795)

-13.6%
0.0%
0.6%
-11.4%
-1.4%
-10.4%

200,119
(1,141,914)
(941,795)
(13,000)
$
(954,795)

3.6%
-41.2%
-11.4%
-1.4%
-10.4%

Total Expenditures
$10
Millions

$9.2
$9
$8

$7.4

$7.1

$8.2

Caille Library
Remodel

$7
$6
$5
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

20%
Personnel

Other Operating

69%
11%
Capital

Total = $8,208,415

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Library (continued)
Operating Budget by Source and Program
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Library Memorial Fund Contribution
Departmental
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Contributions
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources

5,121,883
15,618
963,055
41,739
125,733
32,000
16,664
1,179,191
6,316,692

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

5,394,034
1,359

983,155
49,756
97,999
55,600
30,600
1,217,110
6,612,502

6,967,985
5,000
1,011,200
44,025
135,000
79,500
16,000
1,285,725
8,258,710

2017
Budget
$

6,018,745
5,000
1,053,320
52,350
100,000
70,000
17,500
1,293,170
7,316,915

Difference
$
$

(949,240)
-

-13.6%
0.0%

42,120
8,325
(35,000)
(9,500)
1,500
7,445
(941,795)

4.2%
18.9%
-25.9%
-11.9%
9.4%
0.6%
-11.4%

1,000
206,263
30,092
(28,000)
(1,151,150)
$ (941,795)

0.7%
3.7%
6.3%
-23.9%
-60.3%
-11.4%

Expenditures
By Program
Collections
Operations
Technology
Program Support
Facilities
Total Operating Expenditures

118,316
5,090,622
406,051
48,697
653,005
6,316,692

116,077
5,134,212
589,163
65,857
707,193
6,612,502

149,500
5,601,131
481,111
117,100
1,909,868
8,258,710

150,500
5,807,394
511,203
89,100
758,718
7,316,915

Operating Sources

$1.0

$0.5

$Intergovernmental

Charges for Goods


& Services

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Fines & Forfeitures

Contributions

2016 Original Budget

Miscellaneous

2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program


$2

$6
$5

Millions

Millions

$1.5

$4
$1

$3
$2
$1

$-

$-

2014 Actual

Actual 20162016
Original
Budget 20172017
Budget
20152015
Actual
Original
Budget
Budget

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Library (continued)
Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

3,129,497
2,724
204,624
180,928
39,591
3,557,363

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

3,203,999
1,838
217,197
70,879
37,590
3,531,504

3,592,285
3,110
249,120
53,000
42,708
3,940,223

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$

3,687,253
3,110
250,732
72,000
43,232
4,056,327

94,968
1,612
19,000
524
116,104

2.6%
0.0%
0.6%
35.8%
1.2%
2.9%

248,715

250,253

279,765

285,646

5,881

2.1%

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

601,554
558,573
25,933
1,186,060
4,992,138

644,210
572,726
33,277
1,250,213
5,031,970

593,117
640,953
33,277
1,267,347
5,487,335

593,839
718,365
33,277
1,345,481
5,687,454

722
77,412
78,134
200,119

0.1%
12.1%
0.0%
6.2%
3.6%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating

247,196
179,187
314,633
305,192
26,672
250,456
1,219
1,324,554

260,957
182,947
397,147
498,831
2,580
236,835
1,236
1,580,533

308,306
193,976
1,550,684
413,889
19,260
283,760
1,500
2,771,375

317,166
251,459
414,892
355,552
8,015
280,877
1,500
1,629,461

OASI

Total Operating Expenditures $

6,316,692

6,612,502

8,258,710

7,316,915

8,860
57,483
(1,135,792)
(58,338)
(11,245)
(2,883)
(1,141,914)

2.9%
29.6%
-73.2%
-14.1%
-58.4%
-1.0%
0.0%
-41.2%

(941,795)

-11.4%

Total Operating Expenditures


$10.0
Millions

$8.0
$6.0
$4.0

$6.3

$8.3

$6.6

$7.3

$2.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$6.0

Personnel

Millions

$5.0
$4.0

$5.0

$5.5

$5.0

$2.8

$3.0
$2.0

$5.7

$1.6

$1.6
$1.3

Other
Operating

$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

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2017 Budget

Library (continued)
Capital Budget
2014
Actual
Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Sales Tax Fund - County Contribution
Total Capital Sources
Expenditures
Buildings
Equipment
Books & A/V Items
Total Capital Expenditures

2015
Actual

716,317
32,000
748,317

89,067
25,458
633,792

748,317

2016
Original Budget

740,654
32,000
772,654

16,405
756,248
-

772,654

2017
Budget

869,500
35,000
904,500

102,000
105,500
697,000

904,500

Difference
$

(13,000)
(13,000)

-1.5%
0.0%
-1.4%

856,500
35,000
891,500

71,500
820,000
-

(30,500)
714,500
(697,000)

-29.9%
677.3%
-100.0%

891,500

(13,000)

-1.4%

Total Capital Expenditures

Millions

$2.0

$0.9

$0.9

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$1.0
$0.7

$0.8

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$-

Capital Expenditures
$1.0
Millions

$0.8
$0.6
$0.4
$0.2
$Buildings
2014 Actual

Equipment
2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

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Books & A/V Items


2017 Budget

Library (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description
Capital Improvements Program
Sales/Use Tax
Prairie West Library Improvements
Oakview Library Improvements
Total Sales/Use Tax

Project
Number

2017

15003
15004

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Library Print & AV Materials
Library Materials - County
Automated Material Handlers
Bookmobile
Radios, Wireless Point-to-Point
HVAC System
Shelving
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

2018

24,500
47,000
71,500

71,500
Qty

2019

Qty

891,500

880,000

61

2021

900,000

Total Cost

24,500
47,000
71,500

71,500

800,000
35,000
605,880
180,840
28,496
1,650,216

3,765,000
175,000
605,880
115,000
65,000
190,840
143,496
5,060,216

Qty

750,000
35,000
115,000
900,000
$

Qty

730,000
35,000
115,000
880,000
$

Qty

710,000
35,000
65,000
10,000
820,000
$

2020

775,000
35,000
810,000
$

810,000

$ 1,650,216

5,131,716

Library (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Provide a quality library experience with current and relevant materials.
2014 Results
$3.58

2015 Target
$3.80

2015 Results
$3.75

2016 Target
$3.90

2017 Target
$4.00

9.6

9.8

10.3

10.4

10.5

2014 Results
9/1/2014

2015 Target
9/1/2015

2015 Results
NA

2016 Target
9/1/2016

2017 Target
9/1/2017

2014 Results
440
2,446

2015 Target
400
2,500

2015 Results
292
2,661

2016 Target
400
2,500

2017 Target
300
2,500

2) Programs presented for teens


a) Program attendance for teens

303
4,315

340
4,200

335
3,293

360
4,500

350
4,000

3) Programs presented for children


a) Program attendance for children

2,310
49,167

2,400
50,000

2,535
49,693

1,000
20,500

1,000
20,000

n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a

n/a
n/a

1,450
30,500

1,500
30,000

2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

1) Maintain per capita materials expenditure


2) Increase per capita circulation

Enhance the customer experience with fast and efficient service.


1) Conduct customer satisfaction survey

Provide quality programs to encourage and promote reading and library use.
1) Programs and training opportunities for adults
a) Program attendance for adults

4) Programs presented for children (Early Literacy)


a) Program attendance for children (Early Literacy)

Expand access to library service and resources.


1) Implement reader advisory/genre newsletters

2016 Target
5/1/2016

2) Implement services/activities customer newsletter

2017 Target

6/1/2017

3) Establish Family Place Library @ Downtown

9/1/2015

4) Conduct 2 Additional Family Place Workshop Sessions

11/1/2015
12/30/2016

5) Create physical space for Family Place Library

5/1/2017

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Library (continued)
Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

2012
65
10.3

2013
67
9.7

2014
67
8.7

2015*
66
9.5

2016
66
11.0

2017
66
10.8

2010
192,697
92,112
332,261
1,906,372
9.9
5.5
233,635
1,076,163
45,295
3,280

2011
189,372
97,487
329,869
1,963,918
10.4
6.0
238,223
1,181,109
41,916
4,910

2012
192,302
98,493
335,817
2,024,141
10.5
6.0
235,687
1,161,011
49,449
5,983

2013
196,397
100,392
338,351
2,215,315
11.3
6.5
242,213
1,240,384
56,337
6,357

2014
201,462
101,452
324,951
2,150,983
10.7
6.6
272,604
1,258,627
55,928
7,882

2015
208,343
94,997
321,115
2,140,127
10.3
6.7
210,602
1,222,767
55,647
8,214

*Transferred position to Finance

Statistics
Estimated Population Served
Registered Borrowers
Library Holdings (Collection)
Number of Items Borrowed
Items Borrowed Per Capita
Collection Turnover Rate
Computer Uses
Visits
Program Attendance
Meeting Room Use

Need to Know
Learning remains at the core of library services; access to information in a variety of formats is key to ensuring that all residents have the opportunity to
pursue lifelong learning. And we want to help the youngest of our community develop this habit at an early age. Our continuing emphasis on early
childhood learning and development was the impetus behind establishing Family Place Libraries. This program supports our efforts to reach a broader
and more diverse base of families. We continue to expand our partnerships with area schools and implement more ways to collaborate and provide
learning opportunities for all ages.

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Parks & Recreation


The City of Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Department provides and maintains land and facilities for recreational and leisure
activities for all citizens of the community to enjoy. Facilities and services include parks, trails and open spaces, urban forestry
services, youth and adult recreation programs, municipal band and a variety of other leisure services provided in partnership with
both public and private entities.

Budget Overview

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

$ 13,504,942
1,352,551
14,857,493
4,972,897
$ 19,830,390

$ 14,482,808
1,153,053
15,635,861
14,926,228
$ 30,562,090

$ 16,156,209
1,357,123
17,513,332
7,421,038
$ 24,934,370

$ 15,898,525
2,333,786
18,232,312
4,125,950
$ 22,358,262

$ 10,085,992
7,427,341
17,513,332
7,421,038
$ 24,934,370

$ 10,489,025
7,743,286
18,232,312
4,125,950
$ 22,358,262

8,428,148
6,429,345
14,857,493
4,972,897
$ 19,830,390

8,656,861
6,979,001
15,635,862
14,926,228
$ 30,562,090

Difference
$

(257,684)
976,663
718,979
(3,295,088)
(2,576,109)

-1.6%
72.0%
4.1%
-44.4%
-10.3%

403,034
315,945
718,979
(3,295,088)
(2,576,109)

4.0%
4.3%
4.1%
-44.4%
-10.3%

Total Expenditures
$33
$30.6

$31

Millions

$29

Indoor Aquatic
Center
Construction

$27

$25

$24.9

$23
$22.4

$21
$19

$19.8

$17
$15
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Capital
18%

47%
35%
Other Operating

Total = $22,358,262

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Personnel

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Operating Budget by Source and Program

Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Taxes (frontage)
Charges for Goods & Services
Licenses & Permits
Intergovernmental
Rental Charges
Contributions
Miscellaneous
Total Departmental Sources
Total Operating Sources

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

$ 13,504,942

$ 14,482,808

$ 16,156,209

$ 15,898,525

3,178
969,457
18,220
1,798
144,953
65,300
149,646
1,352,551
$ 14,857,493

3,528
993,421
20,148
89,012
40,798
6,146
1,153,053
$ 15,635,861

3,304
975,584
20,025
3,330
34,640
318,000
2,240
1,357,123
$ 17,513,332

Difference
$

(257,684)

-1.6%

3,650
2,168,481
20,300
122,500
18,855
2,333,786
$ 18,232,312

346
1,192,897
275
(3,330)
(34,640)
(195,500)
16,615
976,663
718,979

10.5%
122.3%
1.4%
-100.0%
-100.0%
-61.5%
741.7%
72.0%
4.1%

767,908
(276,780)
155,262
(10,295)
31,825
249,269
(153,291)
(69,248)
18,195
6,133
718,979

26.6%
-8.6%
8.5%
-3.3%
0.6%
42.9%
-19.9%
-3.7%
5.9%
24.3%

Expenditures
By Program
Aquatics
Outdoor Sports
Community Centers
Music & Theater
Parks & Playgrounds
External Property Maintenance
Forestry
Great Plains Zoo
External Special Events
Centralized Facilities (Office & Shop)
Operations and Maintenance
Recreation Activities
Total Operating Expenditures

509,702
285,349
10,697,087
3,365,354
$ 14,857,493

1,784,405
2,494,717
1,505,924
332,641
6,359,460
592,597
585,478
1,754,033
217,630
8,977
$ 15,635,861

2,884,413
3,228,099
1,822,865
310,916
5,696,196
581,157
770,309
1,884,538
309,597
25,242
$ 17,513,332

3,652,321
2,951,320
1,978,127
300,621
5,728,021
830,426
617,018
1,815,290
327,792
31,375
$ 18,232,312

Millions

Operating Sources
$2.5
$2.0

$1.5
$1.0
$0.5
$Charges for Goods &
Services
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Rental Charges

Other

2016 Original Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program


$8.0

Millions

$6.0
$4.0

$2.0
$-

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

66

2017 Budget

2017 Budget

4.1%

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2015
Actual

3,606,915
57,812
25,494
2,724,801
30,477
50,296
6,495,796

OASI

2016
Original Budget

3,736,940
88,467
25,997
2,649,707
54,305
50,716
6,606,133

4,129,555
38,627
26,143
3,464,489
74,787
52,594
7,786,195

2017
Budget
$

4,146,859
38,627
26,143
3,781,754
94,287
50,268
8,137,938

Difference

17,304
317,266
19,500
(2,326)
351,744

0.4%
0.0%
0.0%
9.2%
26.1%
-4.4%
4.5%

473,924

481,518

560,560

592,721

32,161

5.7%

627,111
740,976
90,340
1,458,428
8,428,148

638,105
757,244
173,406
456
1,569,211
8,656,861

769,684
857,602
111,471
480
1,739,237
10,085,992

766,026
880,389
111,471
480
1,758,366
10,489,025

(3,658)
22,787
19,129
403,034

-0.5%
2.7%
0.0%
0.0%
1.1%
4.0%

Professional Services
2,427,260
Rentals
183,471
Repair & Maintenance
1,354,994
Supplies & Materials
1,009,390
Training & Education
32,755
Utilities
1,166,896
Other Current
254,578
Total Other Operating
6,429,345
Total Operating Expenditures $ 14,857,493

2,487,009
225,933
1,534,483
836,452
30,065
1,082,388
782,672
6,979,001
$ 15,635,862

2,226,400
264,385
1,628,577
1,048,894
47,607
1,821,479
390,000
7,427,341
$ 17,513,332

2,256,058
315,565
2,021,790
1,103,604
24,639
1,621,630
400,000
7,743,286
$ 18,232,312

29,658
51,180
393,213
54,710
(22,968)
(199,849)
10,000
315,945
718,979

1.3%
19.4%
24.1%
5.2%
-48.2%
-11.0%
2.6%
4.3%
4.1%

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Comp & Unemployment
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

* Community Center expenses of $401,000 moved from utilities to repair and maintenance in 2017.

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$17.0
$16.0
$15.0
$14.0
$13.0
$12.0
$11.0

$17.5
$15.6

$14.9

2014 Actual

$18.2

2015 Actual

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$12.0
$10.0

$10.1
$8.4

$10.5

Millions

$8.0
$6.0
$6.4

Personnel

$8.7
Other
Operating

$7.4

$7.7

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$7.0

$4.0
$2.0

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

67

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Capital Budget
2014
Actual
Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Sales Tax Fund - Other Financing

Bond Funds
Total Capital Sources

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

4,964,531
8,366
4,972,897

$ 14,582,084
344,144
$ 14,926,228

416,214
634,604
1,797,040
2,125,039
4,972,897

2017
Budget

6,360,038
361,000
700,000
7,421,038

125,000
2,017,950
4,376,588
901,500
7,421,038

Difference
$

3,962,450
163,500
4,125,950

225,000
138,100
2,722,850
1,040,000
4,125,950

(2,397,588)
(197,500)
(700,000)
(3,295,088)

-37.7%
-54.7%
-100.0%
-44.4%

100,000
(1,879,850)
(1,653,738)
138,500
(3,295,088)

80.0%
-93.2%
-37.8%
15.4%
-44.4%

Expenditures
Land
Buildings
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Equipment
Total Capital Expenditures

296,070
8,543,225
4,652,504
1,434,430
$ 14,926,228

Total Capital Expenditures


$16

$14.9

$14
Millions

$12

Indoor
Aquatic
Center
Construction

$10

$8
$6
$4

$7.4

$5.0

$4.1

$2
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Capital Expenditures
$10.0

Millions

$8.0
$6.0

$4.0
$2.0
$Land

2014 Actual

Buildings

2015 Actual

Improvements Other
Than Buildings

2016 Original Budget

68

Equipment

2017 Budget

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Capital Improvements Program


Sales/Use Tax
Falls Park Development
Bike Trail Development
Systematic Reconst of Existing Bike Trail
Park Roads and Parking Lot Rehab
Development of Play Structures
Picnic Shelter Improvements
Terrace Park Development
Park Land Acquisition
Great Bear Master Plan Improvements
Outdoor Ice Rink Improvements
Aquatic Facilities Development
Zoo Master Plan Improvements
Spencer Park Improvements
Memorial Park Development
Community Center Improvements
Minnesota Ave Retaining Wall Replacement
Tuthill Park Development
Yankton Trail Park Improvements
Kenny Anderson Park Improvements
Pasley Park Improvements
Riverdale Park Improvements
Willow Ridge Park/School Site
Fort Sod Plaza Renovation
Frank Olson Park Improvements
Cherry Rock Park Improvements
Farm Field Renovation
Skate Park Improvements
Rotary Park Improvements
Sertoma Park Improvements
Lien Park Improvements
Judee Estates Development
Dog Park Development
Arrowhead Park Development
Water Meter Pit Modifications
Sherman Park Improvements
NW Sioux Falls Park/School Site
SE SF Park/School Site Dev-Brandon
Harmodon Park Improvement
Extreme Sports Park Master Plan
Lighting Upgrades
Dunham Park Master Plan Improvements
Arboretum & East SF Park Development
Total Sales/Use Tax
Other Financing
Falls Park Development
Devlopment of Play Structures
Kenny Anderson Park Improvements
Total Other Financing

2017

14001
14002
14003
14007
14022
14023
14031
14008
14025
14061
14009
14026
14012
14029
14058
14024
14030
14053
14036
14040
14035
14020
14054
14055
14033
14049
14063
14064
14059
14038
14019
14028
14004
14037
14060
14015
14018
14013
14062
14065
14066
14034

14001
14022
14036

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Aebi
Aeravator
Loader
Drop Dresser
Dump Truck
Field Groomer
Line Painter, Self Propelled
Loader
Log Loader
Mower, 11'
Mower, 72"
Mower, Zero Turn
Overseeder
Pickup

6
1
1

2019

$ 2,300,000
100,000
90,000
259,000
501,000
458,500
342,000
340,000
253,000
168,000
28,000
38,000
34,000
50,000
16,300
10,000
125,000
32,000
5,195,800

99,500
64,000
163,500

2,100,000
2,100,000

3,085,950

7,295,800

5,354,000

Qty
37,000
36,400
132,000
28,000
30,000

1
2
2

1
7
1
4

2020

520,000
515,000
398,350
429,000
43,000
225,000
50,000
116,000
100,000
118,000
165,000
20,100
35,000
64,000
30,000
23,000
20,000
51,000
2,922,450

Qty
2

2018

51,000
991,000
490,000
250,000
627,000
25,000
101,000
300,000
101,000
600,000
113,000
150,000
32,000
177,000
207,000
72,000
189,000
35,000
102,000
58,000
200,000
32,000
38,000
45,000
15,000
5,354,000

Qty
18,500
200,000
44,000
130,000
175,000
67,000
120,000
15,000
170,000

69

2
1
6

2021

306,000
60,000
605,000
552,000
946,000
300,000
1,121,000
108,000
32,000
200,000
400,000
192,000
160,000
48,000
40,000
218,000
252,700
237,500
83,000
20,000
5,941,200

100,000
300,000
540,000
20,000
20,000
168,000
160,000
5,671,000

$ 2,802,000
1,911,000
1,481,000
1,562,350
2,753,000
25,000
2,355,500
1,200,000
1,222,000
141,000
625,000
1,764,000
213,000
403,000
330,000
165,000
866,100
240,000
64,000
30,000
245,000
472,000
223,000
277,000
118,300
68,000
248,000
232,000
192,000
348,000
580,000
218,000
272,700
275,500
45,000
20,000
20,000
98,000
20,000
168,000
160,000
51,000
25,084,450

2,100,000
99,500
64,000
2,263,500

5,941,200

5,671,000

27,347,950

14,000
375,000
52,000
16,500
140,000

150,000
55,500
80,000
14,000
200,000
80,400
24,000
130,000
175,000
945,000
474,500
43,000
16,500
753,000

Qty
150,000
80,000
24,000
138,000
21,000
170,000

5
5
7

Total Cost

145,000
300,000
326,000
50,000
644,000
807,000
375,000
91,000
283,000
600,000
180,000
446,000
-

Qty
365,000
149,500
243,000

5
2
4

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Capital Program Detail (continued)
Description
Pisten Bully Snocat
Roller, Ride On
Roller, Turf
Sedan
Shanks Table
Showmobile
Skid Loader
Slide, Water
Snowgun
Snowmobile
Sound System
Sprayer
Tractor
Trailer
Truck
Truck, 1 Ton
Truck, 2.5 Ton Log Loader
Utility Cart, Toolcat
Utility Vehicle, Heavy Duty
Utility Vehicle, Mid Duty
Van
Wood Chipper
Zoo Animal Restraints
Zoo Endoscope
Zoo Generator
Zoo Interpretive Video Kiosk
Zoo SUV
Zoo Utility Vehicle, Heavy Duty
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

Qty

3
1

2017
350,000
20,000
108,000
45,000
15,000
10,000
95,000
40,000
78,600
15,000
1,040,000
$ 4,125,950

Qty

2
4

2018
15,000
30,000
104,000
20,000
84,600
48,000
25,600
40,000
1,306,700
$ 8,602,500

70

Qty

2019
19,000
9,500
21,000
52,000
40,000
160,000
22,000
48,000
66,000
1,020,500
$ 6,374,500

Qty

2020
40,000
30,000
100,000
96,000
66,000
21,000
80,000
1,190,500
$ 7,131,700

Qty

2021

Total Cost

200,000
19,876
55,000
28,000
70,000
30,000
1,000,376

350,000
19,000
9,500
61,000
20,000
200,000
52,000
19,876
108,000
15,000
45,000
75,000
204,000
10,000
190,000
136,000
160,000
20,000
50,000
347,200
30,000
48,000
21,000
25,600
80,000
15,000
40,000
66,000
5,558,076

$ 6,671,376

$ 32,906,026

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Provide recreational opportunities for all ages.
1) Number of youth programs

2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target


157
120
130
250

2017 Target

150

2) Number of adult programs

84

45

65

100

75

3) Number of senior programs

20

16

21

22

20

32

13

45 2

4) Number of family programs


1
2

Includes toddler, preschool, early grade school, & tween/teen


Previous to 2017 the number of adaptive programs was being measured

Provide a safe, functional and aesthetically pleasing park system for citizens and guests.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
N/A*
Yes
Yes
Yes

1) Complete a comprehensive site evaluation for 50% of park areas

2017 Target

N/A*

2) Annually update the department operations grounds maintenance manual

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

3) Developed park acres as percentage of city limits area

6.5%

5%

5.1%

5%

5%

4) Total park acres as a percentage city limits area

6.8%

8%

6.8%

8%

8%

5) Mow all general park areas once a week

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

6) Remove graffiti within 24 hours of notification

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

7) Inspect every park every day from Memorial Day - Labor Day for litter

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

* Each park site is evaluated once every 5 years through a 2-year process.

Maintain and improve the health, safety and beauty of the urban forest.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
No
Yes
Yes
Yes

1) Complete an inventory of park trees


2) Percent of property owners that comply after receiving Project TRIM notification

96%

97%

97%

97%

2017 Target

N/A*
97%

* The process of inventorying trees will be complete in 2016.

Enhance customer service and user satisfaction.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target 2017 Target
16%
5%
12%
5%
5%

1) Percent of pool days reaching capacity


2) Receive and maintain agency accreditation by National Recreation & Parks
Association
3) Percentage of residents rating recreational opportunities as good or excellent
4) Percentage of residents rating the quality of City parks as good or excellent
* Survey results are from the last survey conducted in 2013.

71

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

69% *

69%

73%

73%

73%

93% *

93%

88%

93%

93%

Parks & Recreation (continued)


Staffing

Budget
2017**
75
154

2012
69
108

2013
71
111

2014
71
115

2015*
72
109

2016
76
131

City Limits Area (Square Miles)


Undeveloped Park Acres
Non-Park Land Acres Maintained
Developed Park Acres (not including Golf Courses)
Developed Parks
Playground Structures
Restrooms
Shelters
Paved Trail Miles
Family Aquatic Centers
Traditional Swimming Pools
Wading Pool
Spray Park
Athletic Fields (including baseball, softball, soccer, football, rugby)
Basketball Courts (outdoor/indoor)
Ice Skating Rinks
Hockey Rinks (outdoor/indoor)
Tennis Courts
Recreation Programs Offered for Youth
Recreation Programs Offered for Adults
Recreation Programs Offered for Seniors
City Sponsored Athletic Participants
Non-City Sponsored Athletic Participants
Aquatics Season Passes Sold
Free Swimming Passes Issued
Reduced Swimming Passes Issued
Value of Free/Reduced Swimming Passes Issued
Days Pools Reached Capacity

2010
74
316
1,716
2,317
72
65
45
55
25
3
3
1
1
173
23 / 18
6
2/1
41
160
51
14
7,817
25,355
4,905
3,129
651
$157,771
24

2011
74
338
1,716
2,346
73
65
46
55
26
3
3
1
1
173
23 / 18
6
2/1
41
141
39
20
8,390
26,426
4,301
3,445
716
$254,625
12

2012
74
201
1,782
2,437
75
66
48
58
28
3
3
1
1
180
23 / 18
6
2/1
41
114
50
16
7,454
26,782
4,991
3,555
701
$276,304
12

2013
75
180
1,814
2,458
78
67
48
60
28
3
3
1
1
180
23 / 18
6
2/1
41
143
94
16
7,864
26,122
5,254
2,959
789
$201,480
10

2014
75
187
1,928
2,458
78
67
48
60
28
3
3
1
1
180
23 / 18
6
2/1
41
157
84
20
7,303
24,227
5,898
2,370
643
$185,928
16

2015
76
193
515
2,470
80
68
48
61
28
3
2
1
1
180
23 / 18
6
2/0
41
130
65
21
7,363
24,700
6,260
2,423
666
$186,933
12

Annual Community Center Attendance


Shelter Reservation Attendees
Golf Rounds Played

214,673
129,922
124,655

197,540
117,736
116,895

254,727
95,147
130,123

237,903
119,126
1,043,425

255,063
118,649
93,252

225,161
125,824
91,412

8" Height Restriction Weed Inspections


Properties Inspected for Tree Ordinance Violations
Properties Brought into Compliance for Tree Ordinance Violations
Total Department Participation/Attendance

1,531
8,559
2,132
2,786,442

N/A
11,057
3,816
2,715,653

Year-end Fulltime Positions


Part-time FTE's
*Added two service workers and transferred one position to Finance
**Moved Park Mechanic to Fleet

Statistics

Project TRIM suspended in 2013 due to ice storm damage


Reduced Community Center summer hours to focus on high usage times.
4
Weed Ordinance enforcement transferred to Urban Management 2011.
5
The east 9 holes at Elmwood Golf Course were closed in August 2013, for renovations.
1
3

72

N/A
11,690
2,982
2,806,424

N/A
2311
2101
2,778,549

N/A
11,615
3,517
2,646,915

N/A
11,533
4,915
2,868,368

Entertainment Venues
Provide entertainment options including family shows, community theatre, arts & science exhibits, big-name concerts, sporting
events, conventions, trade shows, banquets and meetings. Management companies provide the overall management and
promotion of the following facilities: Washington Pavilion, Orpheum Theatre, Sioux Falls Stadium, and the Events Complex
(Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls Convention Center and the Sioux Falls Arena).

Budget Overview
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

Sources
Entertainment Tax
Other Revenue
Entertainment Fund Contribution
Construction Fund Contribution
Sales Tax Fund Contribution
Total Sources

6,417,220
54,486
39,281,709
95,144
$ 45,848,559

Expenditures
Entertainment Venues
Events Complex
Orpheum Theatre

$ 41,947,389
159,178

2016
Original Budget

7,027,300
338,880
753,545
8,119,725

3,296,816
53,375

7,347,075
94,505
688,218
8,129,798

2,371,100
740,039

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$

7,821,385
131,758
7,953,143

2,447,070
662,106

Washington Pavilion

2,412,713

3,873,114

4,896,399

3,588,972

Sioux Falls Stadium

122,260

221,230

Total Entertainment Venues

$ 44,519,280

7,223,305

8,129,798

6,919,378

474,310
37,253
(688,218)
(176,655)

6.5%
39.4%
-100.0%

75,970
(77,933)

3.2%
-10.5%

(1,307,427)

-26.7%

98,970
$ (1,210,420)

Total Entertainment Venues


(Less Constuction Fund Contributions)
$8.1

$8.0

$6.9

$6.5

$6.0
$4.0

$5.2

$2.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Total Expenditures
(Less Bond Funds)
Millions

Millions

$10.0

$5.0

$4.0
$3.0

$2.0
$1.0
$Events Complex
2014 Actual

Orpheum Theatre
2015 Actual

Washington
Pavilion
2016 Original Budget

73

Sioux Falls
Stadium
2017 Budget

-2.2%

81.0%
-14.9%

Entertainment Venues (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Events Complex
Property Insurance
Operating Contract
Professional Services
Repair & Maintenance

Supplies & Materials


Total Other Operating
Capital Buildings
Capital Equipment
Total Capital
Total Events Complex

2015
Actual

29,102
349,214
105,900
241,108

2016
Original Budget

102,154
79,508

109,155
515,800

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$

109,155
422,400

(93,400)

0.0%

-18.1%

(93,400)

-14.9%

1,347,645
2,072,969

84,075
265,737

624,955

531,555

38,565,178

2,723,537

1,335,000

1,345,000

10,000

0.7%

1,309,242

307,542

411,145

570,515

159,370

38.8%

169,370

9.7%

75,970

3.2%

39,874,420

3,031,079

1,746,145

$ 41,947,389

3,296,816

3,856

1,915,515

2,371,100

6,039

2,447,070

6,039

Orpheum Theatre
Property Insurance
Operating Contract
Repair & Maintenance
Total Operating
Capital Buildings
Capital Equipment
Total Capital
Total Orpheum Theatre

3,850
128,827

410,000

514,974

0.0%

104,974

25.6%

15,196

19,827

42,000

100,000

58,000

138.1%

147,873

23,683

458,039

621,013

162,974

35.6%

11,305

29,693

250,000

32,000

41,093

11,305

29,693

282,000

41,093

159,178

47,267

53,375

64,705

740,039

71,103

(250,000)
9,093

662,106

71,103

-100.0%
28.4%

(240,907)

-85.4%

(77,933)

-10.5%

Washington Pavilion
Property Insurance

Operating Contract

1,597,782

Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Other
Total Operating
Capital Buildings
Capital Imprv Other Than Buildings
Capital Equipment
Total Capital
Total Washington Pavilion

1,621,750

1,638,000

1,670,760

0.0%

32,760

2.0%

300,000

300,000

280,565

386,478

1,119,000

677,600

(441,400)

57,655

96,678

1,826

2,009

1,983,269

2,169,612

2,829,929

2,721,472

(108,457)

147,041

1,453,555

897,000

582,500

(314,500)

-35.1%

9,785

250,000

(250,000)

-100.0%

183

-39.4%
10.0%
-3.8%

282,403

240,163

919,470

285,000

(634,470)

-69.0%

429,443

1,703,502

2,066,470

867,500

(1,198,970)

-58.0%

$ (1,307,427)

-26.7%

2,412,713

3,873,114

4,896,399

3,588,972

6,970

Sioux Falls Stadium*


Property Insurance

6,970

Rentals

1,000

1,000

0.0%

Repair & Maintenance

105,752

155,752

50,000

47.3%

Supplies & Materials

4,950

4,950

0.0%

Utilities

10,558

10,558

0.0%

122,260

179,230

56,970

46.6%

Total Operating
Capital Imprv Other Than Buildings
Total Capital
Total Sioux Falls Stadium

42,000

42,000

42,000

42,000

122,260

* Moved from Parks and Recreation General Fund Budget to Entertainment Tax Fund in 2016

74

221,230

98,970

81.0%

Entertainment Venues (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description
Events Complex
Capital Improvements Program
Arena Building Improvements
Convention Center Building Improve
Event Center Improvements

Project
Number

13001
13005
13014

Other Capital Equipment Program


Qty
Arena Aerial Work Platform
Arena Chairs (200) & Storage Racks (2)
Arena Cooler
Arena Forklift
Arena Freezer
Arena Ice Machine
2
Arena Pickup
Arena Platform/Ramp, Stage Right
Arena Riser System
Arena Scrubber, Riding
Arena Signs
Arena Stage Skirting
Convention Center Alto Sham
Convention Center Carpet, Roll
Convention Center Chairs, Banquet
Convention Center Dance Floor, Portable
Convention Center Fryer
Convention Center Hot Boxes
Convention Center Ice Machine
Convention Center Dishwash Machine
Convention Center Key Card System
Convention Center Vertical Lift
Convention Center Convection Oven
Convention Center Combination Oven
Convention Center Popcorn Machines
9
Convention Center Projectors, LCD
Convention Center Projector
Convention Center Refrigeration System
Convention Center Scubber, Riding
Convention Center Scrubber
Convention Center Stage Risers
Convention Center Steamer Oven
Convention Center Tables
Convention Center Tables, Banquet
Convention Center Vacuum
Event Center Carpet Extractor
Event Center Floor Scruber
Event Center Forklift
Event Center Barcode/RFID Inventory System
Event Center Security System
Event Center Network Equipment
Total Events Complex

Sioux Falls Stadium


SF Stadium Building Improvements
Total Sioux Falls Stadium
Orpheum
Capital Improvements Program
Orpheum Building Improvements

2017

2018

1,345,000
Qty
10,735
26,280
12,000
25,000
45,000
105,000
- 10
150,000
40,000
22,500
90,000
16,000
28,000
1,915,515

2019

650,000
985,000
175,000

2020

845,000
400,000
350,000

Qty

Qty

14,747
15,000
26,280
15,000
30,101
31,908
25,500
16,316
85,000
22,700
16,000
50,000
2,158,552

40,600
10,000
119,480
16,465
22,744
14,655
100,000
750,000
2,668,944

2021

900,000
400,000
75,000
Qty
41,200
14,530
17,000
- 2
- 2
13,373
34,325
1,495,428

Total Cost

775,000
1,250,000

2,395,000
3,905,000
1,850,000

157,820
13,433
16,596
15,460
34,846
130,113
2,393,268

10,735
14,747
15,000
52,560
15,000
12,000
81,800
30,101
31,908
25,000
45,000
10,000
25,500
105,000
157,820
16,316
13,433
85,000
14,530
119,480
150,000
17,000
16,596
40,000
22,500
22,700
15,460
34,846
16,465
13,373
22,744
34,325
90,000
130,113
14,655
16,000
16,000
28,000
50,000
100,000
750,000
10,631,707

13013

42,000
42,000

230,000
230,000

272,000
272,000

13002

50,000

50,000

300,000

75,000

475,000

23,095
17,998
41,093

50,000

50,000

300,000

75,000

23,095
17,998
516,093

Other Capital Equipment Program (OCEP)


Orpheum Spotlight System
Orpheum Theatre Sound System
Total Orpheum

75

Entertainment Venues (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total Cost

Washington Pavilion
Washington Pavilion Building Improvements
13003
Generator
13007

582,500
-

631,000
500,000

903,000
-

726,000
-

545,000
-

3,387,500
500,000

Other Capital Equipment Program (OCEP)


AVV Equipment - MWS Hall
Exhibit Stands, VAC
Floor Scrubber
KSDC Exhibits (5)
Landscape/Snow Tractor
Lighting System - Phase IV (MWS Hall)
Message Center
Piano
Projection System
Public Address Sound System
Sound Systems
Theatrical System & Lighting Controls
Uninterruptable Power Supply
Van
Total Washington Pavilion

285,000
867,500

250,000
60,000
300,000
50,000
56,817
1,847,817

300,000
15,612
1,218,612

15,000
300,000
55,255
23,000
1,119,255

400,000
50,000
29,255
150,000
180,672
207,423
1,562,350

250,000
60,000
15,000
1,585,000
50,000
29,255
50,000
150,000
55,255
15,612
180,672
207,423
56,817
23,000
6,615,534

3,937,556

$ 2,914,683

$ 4,030,618

$ 18,035,334

Total Entertainment Venues Capital Program

2,866,108

4,286,369

76

Siouxland Museum
The Old Courthouse Museum and the Pettigrew Home and Museum are operated under joint City and Minnehaha County agreement.
These two facilities are the best ways to experience history in the region. Interactive exhibits, special programs and speakers, and
hands-on activities allow our visitors the opportunity to open their mind to the past and bring history into their lives. Whether student,
teacher, or parent, all ages can enjoy what the museums have to offer.

Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Capital Fund Contribution
Total Sources

$
$

Expenditures
Professional Services
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Capital

Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

524,813
524,813

524,645
168
524,813
-

524,813

2016
Original Budget

518,610
16,760
535,370

518,428
183
518,610
16,760

535,370

2017
Budget

556,565
556,565

556,565
556,565
-

556,565

Difference
$

587,500
587,500

587,500
587,500
-

587,500

30,935
30,935

5.6%

30,935
30,935
-

5.6%

30,935

5.6%

Millions

Total Operating Expenditures


$1.0
$0.8
$0.6
$0.5
$0.4

$0.5

$0.6

$0.6

Other
Operating

$0.2
$-

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

77

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

5.6%

5.6%

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78

Urban & Economic


Development
Total Budget
$466,568,463
96%

2%1%

1%
Affordable
Housing
$4,828,882

Economic
Development
$7,781,068

Urban
Management
$6,148,310

Urban Management ................................................................... 79


Economic Development ........................................................... 85
Affordable Housing ................................................................... 91

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Urban Management
Promote the orderly development of Sioux Falls in an efficient and aesthetic manner, in addition to coordinating public
improvements with private development through the Comprehensive and Physical Services section, Development Services section,
and Neighborhood Services section.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Operating
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

953,951
3,960,928
4,914,879
52,000
4,966,879

4,191,610
723,269
4,914,879
52,000
4,966,879

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

835,863
4,234,883
5,070,746
73,739
5,144,485

4,343,462
727,284
5,070,746
73,739
5,144,485

2017
Budget

2,134,980
3,564,535
5,699,515
140,000
5,839,515

4,579,028
1,120,487
5,699,515
140,000
5,839,515

Difference
$
%

2,430,525
3,523,985
5,954,510
193,800
6,148,310

4,819,917
1,134,593
5,954,510
193,800
6,148,310

295,545
(40,550)
254,995
53,800
308,795

13.8%
-1.1%
4.5%
38.4%
5.3%

240,889
14,106
254,995
53,800
308,795

5.3%
1.3%
4.5%
38.4%
5.3%

Total Expenditures

Millions

$7.0

$6.0

$6.1
$5.8

$5.0
$5.1

$5.0
$4.0

$3.0
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

79%

19%

Personnel
2%

Capital

Total = $6,148,310

79

Other Operating

Urban Management (continued)


Operating Budget by Source and Program
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Licenses & Permits
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenue
Total Departmental Sources
Total Operating Sources

953,951

3,337,792
256,034
277,051
66,886
23,164
3,960,928
4,914,879

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

835,863

3,783,844
279,956
60,093
107,403
3,586
4,234,883
5,070,746

2,134,980

2,990,100
206,885
247,550
120,000
3,564,535
5,699,515

2017
Budget
$

2,430,525

2,865,725
290,035
248,225
120,000
3,523,985
5,954,510

Difference
$
%
$

295,545

13.8%
-4.2%
40.2%
0.3%
0.0%

(124,375)
83,150
675
(40,550)
254,995

1,226
253,769
254,995

0.1%
6.8%
4.5%

-1.1%
4.5%

Expenditures
By Program
Planning
Building Services
Total Operating Expenditures

$
$

1,840,124
3,074,755
4,914,879

$
$

1,803,464
3,267,281
5,070,746

$
$

1,949,869
3,749,646
5,699,515

$
$

1,951,095
4,003,415
5,954,510

Operating Sources

Millions

$4.0
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$Licenses &
Permits

Intergovernmental

2014 Actual

Charges for Goods


& Services

2015 Actual

Fines & Forfeitures

2016 Original Budget

Miscellaneous
Revenue

2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program

Millions

$4.0
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$Planning
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Building Services
2016 Original Budget

80

2017 Budget

$
$

Urban Management (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2,889,961
45,411
63,537
97,823
41,002
3,137,735

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures

2,859,592
49,689
51,435
54,860
43,974
3,059,550

219,325

223,378

502,232
388,966
19,612
1,926
912,735
4,191,610
317,148
147,776
78,785
125,456
31,633
22,470
723,269
4,914,879

3,156,600
10,000
43,440
46,178
47,179
3,303,397

3,262,984
10,000
43,440
100,151
45,576
3,462,151

106,384
53,973
(1,603)
158,754-

542,420
411,702
26,462
1,766
982,349
4,343,462

235,964
490,183
540,541
470,738
26,462
1,926
1,039,667
4,579,028

238,075
490,183
549,687
541,142
26,462
2,400
1,119,691
4,819,917

2,1119,146
70,404
474
80,024
240,889-

1.7%
15.0%
0.0%
24.6%
7.7%
5.3%

288,757
239,631
42,381
95,010
37,098
24,406
727,284

508,037
336,471
67,400
117,903
66,562
24,114
1,120,487

460,537
381,946
74,900
128,256
64,704
24,250
1,134,593

(47,500)
45,475
7,500
10,353
(1,858)
136
14,106-

-9.3%
13.5%
11.1%
8.8%
-2.8%
0.6%
1.3%

5,070,746

5,699,515

5,954,510

254,995

Total Operating Expenditures


$6.0
Millions

$5.0
$4.9

$4.0

$5.7

$6.0

$5.1

$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original
Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$6.0
Personnel

Millions

$5.0
$4.0
$3.0

$4.2

$4.3

$4.6

$4.8

$0.7

$0.7

$1.1

$1.1

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$2.0
$1.0

3.4%
0.0%
0.0%
116.9%
-3.4%
4.8%

Other
Operating

$-

81

0.9%

4.5%

Urban Management (continued)


Capital Budget
2014
Actual
Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Total Capital Sources

Expenditures
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Equipment
Total Capital Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

$
$

52,000
52,000

$
$

73,739
73,739

$
$

140,000
140,000

$
$

193,800
193,800

$
$

53,800
53,800

38.4%
38.4%

15,000
37,000
52,000

15,000
58,739
73,739

20,000
120,000
140,000

30,000
163,800
193,800

10,000
43,800
53,800

50.0%
36.5%
38.4%

Total Capital Expenditures


$194

Thousands

$200
$140

$150
$100

$74
$52

$50
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

Capital Expenditures

Thousands

$200
$150
$100
$50
$Improvements Other Than Buildings
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Equipment
2016 Original Budget

82

2017 Budget

2017 Budget

Urban Management (continued)


Capital Program Detail

Description

Project
Number

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total Cost

Capital Improvements Program

Sculpture Walk

16001

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program

Pickup
Printer/Copier
Sedan
Truck

30,000
Qty
6

140,400
23,400

Total Other Capital Equipment Program


Total Capital Program

30,000

193,800

30,000
Qty
2
1
1

47,600
15,000
20,800
-

163,800
$

30,000

Qty
1

83,400
$

113,400

83

30,000

30,000

24,600
-

21,400
-

24,600
$

30,000

30,000

54,600

21,400
$

51,400

30,000

$ 150,000

30,000

150,000

49,600
-

262,200
15,000
42,200
23,400

49,600

342,800

79,600

$ 492,800

Urban Management (continued)


Current and responsive planning for a well developed city.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Average days of submitted development plan application to


Planning Commission Hearing

34 days

40 days

32 days

40 days

40 days

2) Completion of requested plans and reports

3 items

4 items

6 items

4 items

4 items

2014 Results
1 day

2015 Target
1 day

2015 Results
1 day

2016 Target
1 day

2017 Target
1 day

1 day

1 day

1 day

1 day

1 day

2012
42
1.1

2013
42
1.6

2014
42
2.5

2015
43
1.2

2016
45
2.1

2017
45
2.1

2010
156,400
239,000
73.65
3
138
2
533
7,674
561

2011
158,200
228,261
73.89
3
379
3
315
7,823
519

2012
159,800
230,847
73.96
2
494
7
1,055
7,633
1,068

2013
162,300
235,878
74.80
9
784
8
1,275
7,953
1,324

2014
165,800
240,204
75.60
9
1,240
9
949
14,945
606

2015
169,800
250,250
76.10
8
1,019
7
1,392
12,091
99

Enhance the customer capabilities with responsive and efficient service.

1) Average days of non-residential request of inspection to actual inspection


2) Average days of residential application submittal to building permit

Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

Statistics
City Population
MSA Population
City Square Miles
Annexations
Rezonings (acres)
Preliminary Plans (PP)
Plats (acres)
Building Permits
Planning Applications

84

Economic Development
Economic Development facilitates economic growth by providing enhanced customer service and incentive administration for
prospective businesses, developers, and neighborhoods.
14%

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Main Street BID & Hilton BID
Lodging and Occupational Tax (CVB)
Total Operating
TIF Fund Contribution
Capital Funds Contributions
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Convention and Visitors Bureau
Total Operating
TIF Fund Contributions
Capital
Total Expenditures

1,228,186
3,375
250,886
2,652,662
4,135,110
1,079,040
5,214,149

368,506
1,154,648
2,611,956
4,135,110
910,883
5,045,993

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,674,090
8,156
279,192
2,844,979
4,806,417
2,066,062
418,830
7,291,310

448,128
1,524,628
2,833,662
4,806,417
1,913,762
418,830
7,139,010

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

1,974,939
700
232,000
3,494,442
5,702,081
2,751,447
300,000
8,753,528

$ 1,548,926
700
247,000
3,494,442
5,291,068
2,877,500
150,000
$ 8,318,568

$ (426,013)
15,000
(411,013)
126,053
(150,000)
$ (434,960)

-21.6%
0.0%
6.5%
0.0%
-7.2%
4.6%
-50.0%
-5.0%

500,767
1,706,871
3,494,442
5,702,081
2,751,447
300,000
8,753,528

-0.8%
-23.8%
0.0%
-7.2%
4.6%
-50.0%
-5.0%

496,766
1,299,859
3,494,442
5,291,068
2,877,500
150,000
$ 8,318,568

(4,001)
(407,012)
(411,013)
126,053
(150,000)
$ (434,960)

Millions

Total Expenditures
$10.0
$9.0
$8.0
$7.0
$6.0
$5.0
$4.0
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$-

$8.8

$8.3

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$7.1

$5.0

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2017 Expenditures
TIF Fund
Contributions

34%

Convention and
Visitors Bureau

2%
6%

42%

Capital
Personnel

16%
Other Operating

Total = $8,318,568

85

Economic Development (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
TIF Fund Contribution

Departmental
Taxes (Hilton Garden Inn)
Lodging and BID Tax
Departmental
Special Assessments (BID)
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

$
$

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel Service
Professional Services
Convention and Visitors Bureau
SF Development Foundation
Downtown Sioux Falls
Forward Sioux Falls
Homeless Site Services
Homeless Advisory Board
Hotel Occupancy Fee Program
Neighborhood Grants
Workforce Development Pilot Program
Rentals
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Miscellaneous
Total Other Operating
TIF Funding
Total Expenditures

1,228,186
1,079,040

45,554
2,652,662
3,375
205,332
2,906,924
5,214,149

257,923
176
12,355
6,140
276,594

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,674,090
2,066,062

65,786
2,844,979
8,156
213,406
3,132,327
6,872,479

323,391
16
4,857
10,672
338,936

$
$

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

1,974,939
2,751,447

$ 1,548,926
2,877,500

$ (426,013)
126,053

-21.6%
4.6%

60,000
3,494,442
700
172,000
3,727,142
8,453,528

75,000
3,494,442
700
172,000
3,742,142
$ 8,168,568

15,000
15,000
$ (284,960)

25.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.4%
-3.4%

349,591
16,000
12,557
378,148

354,311
6,000
11,065
371,376

4,720
(10,000)
(1,492)
(6,772)

19,682

24,088

27,317

28,026

46,704
25,526
72,230
368,506

48,522
36,581
85,103
448,128

53,376
41,447
479
95,302
500,767

50,021
46,700
643
97,364
496,766

(3,355)
5,253
164
2,062
(4,001)

-6.3%
12.7%
34.2%
2.2%
-0.8%

38,188
2,611,956
275,000
370,000
300,000
25,000
52,707
46,000
10,647
16,304
5,250
9,841
5,712
3,766,604
910,883
5,045,993

156,286
2,833,662
175,000
400,000
300,000
30,000
39,000
64,000
10,000
310,000
21,888
4,947
10,214
3,292
4,358,289
1,913,762
6,720,179

142,186
3,494,442
275,000
367,000
300,000
60,000
10,000
500,000
18,064
8,170
23,285
3,166
5,201,313
2,751,447
8,453,528

97,186
3,494,442
275,000
337,000
400,000
75,000
25,000
22,056
8,170
13,285
47,162
4,794,301
2,877,500
$ 8,168,568

(45,000)
(30,000)
100,000
15,000
15,000
(500,000)
3,992
(10,000)
43,996
(407,012)
126,053
$ (284,960)

-31.6%
0.0%
0.0%
-8.2%
33.3%
0.0%
0.0%
25.0%
150.0%
-100.0%
22.1%
0.0%
-42.9%
1389.5%
0.0%
-7.8%
4.6%
-3.4%

709

*moved garbage services from Downtown Sioux Falls to utilities in 2017.

Total Operating Expenditures


$4.0

$3.5

$3.5 CVB

$2.8

$2.9 TIF
Funding

Millions

$3.5
$3.0

$2.6

$2.8

$2.5
$1.9

$2.0
$1.5
$1.0

$0.5

$1.2

$1.3 Other
Operating

$1.5

$1.7

$0.4

$0.5

$0.5

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$0.9
$0.4

$2014 Actual

1.4%
0.0%
-62.5%
0.0%
-11.9%
-1.8%

Personnel

86

2.6%

Economic Development (continued)


Capital Budget
2014

2015

2016

2017

Actual

Actual

Original Budget

Budget

Difference
$

Sources
Sales Tax Contribution
Total Capital Sources

Expenditures
Intangibles
Total Capital Expenditures

$
$

$
$

418,830
418,830

$
$

300,000
300,000

$
$

150,000
150,000

$ (150,000)
$ (150,000)

-50.0%
-50.0%

$
$

$
$

418,830
418,830

$
$

300,000
300,000

$
$

150,000
150,000

$ (150,000)
$ (150,000)

-50.0%
-50.0%

Total Capital Expenditures

Millions

$1.0

$0.4

$0.5

$0.3
$0.2

$$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

87

2017 Budget

Economic Development (continued)


Capital Program Detail

Description

Project
Number

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

150,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

150,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

150,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

Total Cost

Capital Improvements Program

Core Faade Revitalization

17001

Total Capital Improvements Program


Total Capital Program

150,000

150,000
$

150,000

88

900,000
900,000

900,000

Economic Development (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Increase citizen participation and awareness.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

210

50

94

80

80

1) Number of targeted outreach opportunities - includes public


meetings, program outreach meetings, presentations, etc.
Note: includes some media coverage, and 2014 included outreach
for the 2025 Downtown Plan.
2) Number of topics promoted through media outreach and/or
advertising.

16*

*New tracking for 2017.

Enhance development and business expansion opportunities in Sioux Falls.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

38

40

47

45

45

2) Site visits to existing businesses - business retention and


expansion program.

24*

21

24

24

3) Prospect generation, attraction, and recruitment (including


GOED, USD Discovery District and SF Development Foundation
leads).

24*

23

24

28

1) Projects that receive ED technical support and/or incentives.

4) Participation/attendance in Targeted Industry Trade Shows.

6**

*New tracking for 2015; **New tracking for 2017.

Facilitate and support downtown growth and development.

1) Administer the Business Improvement District.

2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

$145,000

$150,000

$155,000

$150,000

$165,000

2) Execute the 2025 Downtown Plan Implementation Strategy Number of significant action plan tasks achieved.

15*

3) Downtown development projects/businesses supported.

10*

*New tracking for 2017.

Facilitate and support neighborhood engagement and revitalization.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Neighborhood Grant Program - projects completed.

12*

2) Neighborhood Associations supported

12

17

19

22

30

3) Major Neighborhood Redevelopment projects supported.

2*

*New tracking for 2017.

Staffing

Budget
2012

2013

2014

2015*

2016

Year-end Fulltime Positions

Part-time FTE's

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.7

0.3

*New position

89

2017

Economic Development (continued)


Need to Know
The Economic Development Department provides support and incentives in multiple forms to businesses, companies, and developers. Identifying
and working through the development approval process, coordinating infrastructure needs, or administering incentives such as tax abatement or
tax increment financing are all services provided. The department provided support and funding for workforce development, marketing and
promotion efforts, downtown development, and special projects such as the Railroad Redevelopment project, Elmwood Golf Course Hotel,
Foundation Park, the Downtown Parking Ramp, Washington Square projects, among others.
The Economic Development Department works extensively in partnership with GOED, Sioux Falls Development Foundation, Downtown Sioux
Falls, SECOG, Chamber of Commerce, and Forward Sioux Falls, among others to support economic development activities in Sioux Falls.
2017 Priorities
Develop and implement a strategic plan for the Economic Development Department, including identifying target industries and key development
projects.
Present and implement recommended changes to the Downtown Business Improvement District.
Develop the implementation strategy for development of the downtown railroad relocation property (multi-department project).
Continue implementation of Sioux Falls Sports and Entertainment District Development Initiative and update the area plan.
Support the construction and marketing of Foundation Park.
Target neighborhood redevelopment opportunities.
Participate in marketing the Sioux Falls area for economic development & business recruitment purposes.
Construct a mixed-use parking ramp in downtown Sioux Falls (multi-department project).

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Affordable Housing
Affordable Housing will assist with the continued development of the community with citizen and community participation by
designing and supporting programs that provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing for low-and moderate-income persons and
households; contributing to the stabilization of older neighborhoods; promoting fair housing; and providing safe and accessible
facilities and services through partnerships with nonprofit housing and service providers who serve low-and moderate-income
persons.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Community Dev. Fund Contribution
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Expenditures

$
$

927,641
2,833,803
3,761,444

632,216
2,894,045
3,526,261

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

722,641
2,547,332
3,269,973

664,189
2,112,907
2,777,096

2017
Budget

1,856,411
2,489,205
4,345,616

712,490
3,596,562
4,309,052

Difference
$
%

921,730
858,740
3,048,412
4,828,882

921,730
(997,671)
559,207
$ 483,266

722,832
4,106,050
4,828,882

$
$

10,342
509,488
519,830

Total Expenditures
$6.0

Millions

$5.0
$4.8

$4.0
$3.0

$4.3
$3.5

$2.8

$2.0
$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Personnel
15%

85%
Other Operating

14
%

Total = $4,828,822

91

0.0%
-53.7%
22.5%
11.1%

1.5%
14.2%
12.1%

Affordable Housing (continued)


Operating Budget by Source & Program
2014
Actual
Sources
Community Dev. Fund Contribution
General Fund Contribution
Departmental
Intergovernmental
Program Income
Revitalization Revolving Income
Contributions/Loan Proceeds
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources

927,641

1,548,918
556,487
296,870
431,528
2,833,803
3,761,444

2015
Actual
$

2016
Original Budget

722,641

755,914
902,760
778,732
109,926
2,547,332
3,269,973

1,856,411

1,104,000
478,576
800,474
106,155
2,489,205
4,345,616

2017
Budget
$

921,730
858,740

1,177,000
530,939
1,261,295
79,178
3,048,412
4,828,882

Difference
$
%
$

921,730
(997,671)

0.0%
-53.7%

73,000
52,363
460,821
(26,977)
559,207
483,266

6.6%
10.9%
57.6%
-25.4%
22.5%
11.1%

Expenditures
By Program
Administration
Revitalization
Rehabilitation
Rental Assistance
Homebuyers Assistance
Community Outreach
Large Multi-Unit Housing Projects
Total Operating Expenditures

403,061
1,099,273
1,098,408
187,128
102,258
136,134
500,000

456,547
684,807
823,249
171,604
80,510
297,879
262,500

463,337
1,166,797
997,764
265,000
122,454
293,700
1,000,000

500,907
1,741,110
972,614
265,000
75,251
274,000
1,000,000

37,570
574,313
(25,150)
(47,203)
(19,700)
-

8.1%
49.2%
-2.5%
0.0%
-38.5%
-6.7%
0.0%

3,526,261

2,777,096

4,309,052

4,828,882

519,830

12.1%

Operating Sources
$2.0

Millions

$1.6
$1.2
$0.8
$0.4
$-

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Operating Expenditures by Program

Millions

$2.0
$1.6
$1.2
$0.8
$0.4
$-

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

92

2017 Budget

Affordable Housing (continued)


Operating Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

459,846
646
248
4,570
465,310

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel Service
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair and Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current Miscellaneous
Total Other Operating
Total Operating Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

462,937
2,055
480
4,846
470,318
32,609

2017
Budget

493,402
1,504
1,080
5,139
501,125

496,895
1,504
1,080
3,279
502,758

Difference
$
%
$

3,493
(1,860)
1,633

29,984
61,987
65,872
66,960
3,608
481
136,921
632,216

32,609

35,546

35,839

80,396
72,745
7,640
481
161,262
664,189

83,346
83,776
8,215
482
175,819
712,490

82,146
93,810
7,640
639
184,235
722,832

(1,200)
10,034
(575)
157
8,416
10,342

-1.4%
12.0%
-7.0%
32.6%
4.8%
1.5%

2,861,672
6,129
16,141
7,908
1,020
1,175
2,894,045
3,526,261

2,003,507
8,948
2,500
59,128
13,487
969
24,368
2,112,907
2,777,096

3,537,577
23,184
5,176
11,635
17,830
1,160
3,596,562
4,309,052

4,055,078
15,171
5,176
11,635
17,830
1,160
4,106,050
4,828,882

517,501
(8,013)
509,488
519,830

14.6%
-34.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
14.2%
12.1%

293

Total Operating Expenditures

Millions

$5.0
$4.0
$3.0

$4.8
$4.3

$3.5

$2.8

$2.0
$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

Total Operating Expenditures


$5.0
Millions

$4.0
$3.0

$4.1
$3.6

Other
Operating

$2.9
$2.1

$2.0
$0.7

$1.0
$-

$0.6
2014 Actual

0.7%
0.0%
0.0%
-36.2%
0.3%

$0.7
Personnel

$0.7
2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

93

2017 Budget

0.8%

Affordable Housing (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Increase the supply of affordable housing for low-income households.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Housing units created, developed or redeveloped that were sold or leased to


low-income households (Neighborhood Revitalization).

13

11

10

2) Housing units created and leased to low-income households (Public/Private


Partnership with a developer).

56*

45-90

102**

45-90

45-90

3) Re-enrolled expiring units in affordable housing properties.

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

42***

*Ellis Court Apartments: 56 affordable units committed in 2014, constructed in 2015, lease up scheduled for early 2016.
**3rd Avenue Lofts: 62 affordable units committed in 2015 to be constructed and leased in 2016.
**Chasing Willows: 40 affordable units committed in 2015 to be constructed and leased in 2016.
*** Horizon Place: 42 affordable units to be rehabilitated in 2016 and available in 2017.

Stabilize the supply of decent, safe, and affordable housing through the preservation and revitalization of the City's existing housing stock.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Single-family, owner-occupied homes rehabilitated (Single-Family Housing


Rehabilitation).

53

55

50

55

55

2) Rental housing units rehabilitated (Rental Rehab).

33

18

34

21

25

3) Furnaces in owner-occupied homes replaced with new energy-efficient


models (Furnace Replacement).

49

30

35

35

35

4) Mobile home units repaired (Emergency Mobile Home Repair).

15

12

12

12

Increase homeownership opportunities for low-income households with emphasis on the City's core neighborhoods.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
1) First-time homebuyers assisted in the purchase of a property within one of
the City's core neighborhoods (Homebuyers Assistance).

14

16

2017 Target
8

Decrease the number of families and households who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Households who receive intense case management to stabilize their living


situation and move toward self-sufficiency (Bright Futures).
*First full year program and expanded staff.

59

75

57

75

80*

2) Households who receive assistance for security deposits to obtain decent


housing (Security Deposit Assistance).

76

72

47

72

60

3) Households who receive financial assistance with rent (Tenant-Based Rental


Assistance).

46

58

48

58

60

4) Homeless families with children who receive affordable housing in


conjunction with intense case management to stabilize their living situation and
move toward self-security (Heartland House).

66

64

65

77

65

Increase physical accessibility of affordable housing units.


2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Rental housing units modified for accessibility (Independent Living Choices


Home Modification).

2) Owner-occupied, single-family housing units modified for accessibility (Repair


Affair & ILC Home Modification).

17

10

11

10

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Affordable Housing (continued)


Educate members of the community on financial literacy and fair housing.
2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target
1) Fair housing outreach and education events supported.

41

24

30*

2017 Target

12

12

* Criteria and program administration changes.

Elimination of blighted and deteriorated properties which contribute to neighborhood decline.


1) Vacant, blighted properties acquired for redevelopment .

2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target


4
5
4
5

2017 Target
5

2014 Results 2015 Target 2015 Results 2016 Target

2017 Target

Increase citizen participation and awareness.*


1) Number of outreach opportunities (includes public hearings, neighborhood
meetings, program outreach, presentations, earned media, etc.).

89*

35

42

50

50

*2014 Results are the combined efforts of Community Development's Affordable Housing and Economic Development Divisions. 2015 to 2017 is
Affordable Housing only.

Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
1
Position moved from Parking
2

2012
6

2013
6

20151
7

2014
6

20172
6

2016
7

Grant administration position moved to Finance

Part-time FTE's

Statistics
Neighborhood Revitalization (Units created and sold/leased)
Single-Family Housing Rehab (Housing units)
Habitat for Humanity - House construction (Homes sold)
Rental Rehab (Housing units)
Furnace Replacement (Housing units)
Emergency Mobile Home Repair (Housing units)
Homebuyers Assistance (First-time homebuyers)
Bright Futures (Households)
Security Deposit Assistance (Households)
Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (Households)
Heartland House (Families)
Home Modification (Rental units made accessible)
Home Modification (Owner units made accessible)
Repair Affair (Owner units made accessible)

2010
3
55
2
N/A
38
3
58
N/A
N/A
29
66
7
N/A
11

2011
11
60
3
0
N/A
7
36
13
15
16
69
2
N/A
8

2012
3
36
0
2
26
6
29
55
87
48
70
8
N/A
12

2013
3
47
2
12
37
6
34
56
54
41
67
9
2
9

2014
13
53
6
33
49
15
14
59
76
46
66
3
11
6

2015
11
50
0
34
35
12
9
57
47
48
65
6
5
6

Need to Know
When evaluating the above numbers, the user is encouraged to recognize that the programs and projects of the Affordable Housing Department
are typically not completed in the span of a single year. Many projects overlap between budget years and other larger projects can take from 2-3
years to fully complete. Therefore, the indicators shown above may fluctuate significantly between consecutive budget years.
The 2010 Housing Study will be updated in 2016 through Sioux Falls Thrive and Augustana Housing study project.
The Affordable Housing Department is budgeting for level federal grant funding from 2016 to 2017.

2017 Priorities
Develop and implement a strategic plan for the Affordable Housing Department.

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Transit
Total Budget
$466,568,463
98%

2%

Transit
$9,223,804

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Transit
To provide quality transportation service, oriented toward customer service, safety, reliability, personal mobility, and freedom in a
cost-efficient and effective manner, therefore allowing all citizens an opportunity to have a positive social and economic impact on
the community.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Fund Contribution
Transit Fund Contribution
Sales Tax Fund Contribution
Intergovernmental
Total Sources

Expenditures
Operating Agreement
Other Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

4,897,806
196,590
2,682,744
7,777,140

7,321,282
21,095
227,484
7,569,861

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

5,953,718
4,023,065
9,976,783

6,950,000
21,201
2,697,631
9,668,832

2017
Budget

5,411,867
465,001
750,000
3,154,853
9,781,721

7,322,215
161,564
2,297,942
9,781,721

Difference
$
%

5,411,867
750,000
3,226,013
9,387,880

7,334,420
202,164
1,687,220
9,223,804

(465,001)
71,160
(393,841)

0.0%
-100.0%
0.0%
2.3%
-4.0%

12,205
40,600
(610,722)
(557,917)

0.2%
25.1%
-26.6%
-5.7%

Sources
$7
$6
Millions

$5
$4
$3
$2
$1
$General Fund Contribution
2014 Actual

Sales Tax Fund Contribution

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

Intergovernmental
2017 Budget

Expenditures
$12

Millions

$8

$9.8

$9.7

$10

$9.2
$7.6

$6
$4
$2
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

97

2017 Budget

Transit (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description
Capital Improvements Program
Bus Stop Canopy
Floor Drains for Garage

Project
Number

2017

29011
29007

$ 1,176,000
38,000

$ 1,214,000

Total Sources
Other Capital Equipment Program
Bus, Fixed Route
Bus, Paratransit
Farebox, Electronic (21)
Forklift
Fuel Cardtrol System
GPS Tracking System
Pickup
Printer/Encoder Machine
Skid Loader
Van
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

Qty
2

1
1

2018

Qty
240,720 3
190,000
42,500
- 1
473,220
$ 1,687,220

2019
-

$
$

Qty
- 8
375,525 5
- 1
16,845
30,000
422,370
$

422,370

98

2020
-

$
$

Qty
3,689,552
7
650,910
7
- 21
1
42,752
4,383,214
$

4,383,214

2021
-

Total Cost

$ 1,176,000
38,000
$ 1,214,000

Qty
3,357,494
947,723
315,000
21,655
4,641,872
$

4,641,872

4
1

3
$

560,000
25,000
120,411
705,411

7,047,046
2,774,878
315,000
25,000
21,655
190,000
85,252
16,845
30,000
120,411
10,626,087

705,411

$ 11,840,087

Transit (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Provide a safe, reliable, and efficient public transit service.
2014 Results
10%
11 accidents

2015 Target
-2%

2015 Results
-2%
9 accidents

2016 Target
-2%

2017 Target
-2%

2) Percentage of on-time performance

98%

98%

97%

98%

98%

3) Percentage of preventative maintenance on-time

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

2010
937,258
133,736
13
4
732,438
646,820
31
22

2011
996,316
141,323
12
5
733,230
656,731
31
22

2012
1,026,715
146,290
12
5
741,534
653,723
31
23

2013
1,023,089
142,672
12
5
732,524
652,089
31
23

2014
955,357
132,387
12
4
758,358
634,745
29
24

2015
885,143
121,398
12
4
766,028
594,844
29
24

Transit staffing - full time

96

98

97

97

96

98

Transit staffing - part time

11

10

1) Percent change in reportable accidents


Note: A reportable accident is when the driver is at-fault

Statistics
Total fixed route passengers
Total paratransit passengers
Number of regular routes
Number of seasonal routes
Miles driven - fixed route
Miles driven - paratransit
Total fixed route buses
Total paratransit buses

99

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100

Enterprise Funds
Total Budget
$466,568,463
74%

4%
2%
2%
8%

Public Parking
$20,239,877
Electric Light
$8,868,084

10%

Sanitary Landfill
$9,469,338
Water
Reclamation
$46,247,354

Water
$34,700,561

Electric Light ......................................................................... 101


Public Parking ....................................................................... 105
Landfill ................................................................................... 109
Water ...................................................................................... 113
Water Reclamation ................................................................ 119

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Electric Light
The Light Division provides public power throughout defined service territories in the City of Sioux Falls to 2,600 customers
including governmental entities, private residences, and businesses. In addition, the Light Division maintains over 18,700 street
lights within the city limits of Sioux Falls.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Electric Light Fund Contribution
Charges for Services
Other
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

7,772,752
41,253
7,814,005
7,814,005

1,128,062
6,040,844
7,168,905
548,659
7,717,565

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

8,525,934
39,285
8,565,220
8,565,220

1,369,436
6,002,786
7,372,221
466,854
7,839,076

460,656
8,805,726
80,817
8,886,543
9,347,199

1,477,596
6,839,603
8,317,199
1,030,000
9,347,199

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$
%

97,961
8,714,767
55,357
8,770,124
8,868,084

1,526,234
6,401,851
7,928,084
940,000
8,868,084

(362,696)
(90,959)
(25,460)
(116,419)
(479,115)

-78.7%
-1.0%
-31.5%
-1.3%
-5.1%

48,638
(437,753)
(389,115)
(90,000)
(479,115)

3.3%
-6.4%
-4.7%
-8.7%
-5.1%

Total Expenditures

Millions

$10.0

$9.3
$8.9

$9.0
$8.0
$7.0

2%
$7.7

$7.8

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$6.0
$5.0
2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures

Other Operating

11% Capital
72%
17%

Personnel

Total = $8,868,084

101

2017 Budget

Electric Light (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Electric Light Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2015
Actual

7,772,752
41,253
7,814,005

639,876
32,942
7,194
40,689
81,130
8,954
810,784

2016
Original Budget

8,525,934
39,285
8,565,220

870,653
40,194
11,755
45,150
393
9,905
978,050

460,656

8,805,726
80,817
9,347,199

949,757
30,000
11,440
58,800
4,268
10,628
1,064,893

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

97,961

8,714,767
55,357
8,868,084

980,646
30,000
11,440
58,800
20,692
10,966
1,112,544

(362,696)

-78.7%

(90,959)
(25,460)
(479,115)

-1.0%
-31.5%
-5.1%

30,889
16,424
338
47,651

3.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
384.8%
3.2%
4.5%

61,634

70,815

76,768

71,172

(5,596)

-7.3%

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation/Unemployment
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

137,204
112,189
6,250
255,643
1,128,062

172,565
138,297
9,708
320,571
1,369,436

175,518
150,709
9,708
335,935
1,477,596

175,604
157,206
9,708
342,518
1,526,234

86
6,497
6,583
48,638

0.0%
4.3%
0.0%
2.0%
3.3%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities (cost of energy)
Other Current
Uncollectible Receivables
Total Other Operating

122,423
155,000
375,503
5,412,961
12,038
17,642
329
(55,052)
6,040,844

64,311
155,690
473,483
5,215,810
14,990
21,955
322
56,224
6,002,786

138,953
211,456
334,765
6,118,858
15,340
19,269
962
6,839,603

118,296
250,309
313,610
5,679,663
15,340
24,633
6,401,851

(20,657)
38,853
(21,155)
(439,195)
5,364
(962)
(437,753)

-14.9%
18.4%
-6.3%
-7.2%
0.0%
27.8%
-100.0%

35,000

160,000

125,000
-

357.1%

(215,000)
(90,000)

-21.6%
-8.7%

(479,115)

-5.1%

OASI

Equipment

121,286

44,270

Land

123,000

407,569

Infrastructure
Total Capital

304,373
548,659

15,015
466,854

995,000
1,030,000

780,000
940,000

Total Expenditures

7,717,565

7,839,076

102

9,347,199

8,868,084

-6.4%

Electric Light (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Total Sources
Capital Improvements Program
Unforeseen Electrical System Replacement
Circuit Improvements
Electric Automated Meter Reading System
Light & Power Facility Enhancements

2017
$
$

20001
20002
20004
20005

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Electrical Meter AMR
Trailer
Trailer Cable
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

940,000
940,000

2018
$
$

2,620,000
2,620,000

2019
$
$

1,250,000
1,250,000

2020
$
$

166,000
166,000

$
$

2021

Total Cost

1,210,000
1,210,000

$
$

6,186,000
6,186,000

90,000
640,000
150,000
50,000

90,000
2,520,000
-

90,000
1,130,000
-

120,000
20,000
-

120,000
930,000
150,000

510,000
5,240,000
150,000
200,000

930,000

2,610,000

1,220,000

140,000

1,200,000

6,100,000

10,000
10,000

10,000
10,000

10,000
20,000
30,000

10,000
16,000
26,000

10,000
10,000

50,000
16,000
20,000
86,000

940,000

2,620,000

103

1,250,000

166,000

1,210,000

6,186,000

Electric Light (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Provide a safe and reliable electric distribution system for municipal power customers.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Perform tree trimming around overhead primary power lines

93%

50%

50%

90%

85%

2) Execute the current CIP projects to improve the reliability of the


distribution system

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

2016 Target
95%

2017 Target
90%

Provide efficient and cost effective lighting of all public streets for safe vehicle & pedestrian traffic.
1) Design and install street lighting along all public streets in new
residential developments.
2) Service or repair of existing street lights

2014 Results 2015 Results 2015 Results


95%
95%
90%
14%

19%

13%

15%

15%

50

50

57

50

65

2012
12
-

2013
12
0.1

2014
12
1.4

2015
12
1.5

2016
12
1.5

2017
12
1.5

2010
97
3,322
2,079
416
84,563,342
16,886
2,460

2011
99
3,315
2,094
415
84,490,689
17,085
2,846

2012
92
3,320
2,159
423
84,207,376
17,589
2,385

2013
89
3,325
2,159
385
79,030,369
18,138
2,524

2014
93
3,402
2,308
328
84,929,000
18,715
2,544

2015
87
3,393
2,242
429
85,075,089
19,121
2,432

3) Replace street light poles in need of replacement

Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

Statistics
Number of conductor miles of overhead primary
Number of wood poles
Private accounts
Governmental accounts
Kilowatt hours sold
Number of street lights
Number of street lights repaired

104

Public Parking
Public Parking provides sufficient, convenient, safe, and attractive parking which serves the general public and
downtown development needs.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Public Parking Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Charges for Goods & Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Bond Proceeds
Miscellaneous
Total Sources

Millions

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Debt
Total Expenditures

$22.0
$20.0
$18.0
$16.0
$14.0
$12.0
$10.0
$8.0
$6.0
$4.0
$2.0
$-

2015
Actual
-

2016
Original Budget
-

3,217,003
1,790,900
414,500
9,000,000
13,500
14,435,902

1,682,633
354,788
72,515
$ 2,109,936

1,760,293
518,863
72,515
$ 2,351,671

827,414
769,691
1,597,105
128,442
$ 1,725,547

880,823
929,484
1,810,307
490,028
$ 2,300,335

929,396
920,606
1,850,002
12,145,900
440,000
14,435,902

2017
Budget

Difference
$

3,001,704

2,399,173
505,500
14,320,000
13,500
20,239,877

950,085
956,527
1,906,612
18,055,000
278,265
20,239,877

0.0%

608,273
91,000
5,320,000
5,803,975

34.0%
22.0%
59.1%
0.0%
40.2%

20,689
35,921
56,610
5,909,100
(161,735)
5,803,975

2.2%
3.9%
3.1%
48.7%
-36.8%
40.2%

Total Expenditures
$20.2

$14.4

$2.3

$1.7
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Capital

89%

1%
5% Debt
5%
Personnel
Other Operating

Total = $20,239,877

105

Public Parking (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Public Parking Fund Contribution
Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Bond Proceeds
Miscellaneous
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

$
$

OASI

2015
Actual

1,682,633
354,788
72,515
2,109,936
557,316
4,287
2,291
381
4,583
568,859

$
$

2016
Original Budget

1,760,293
518,863
22,153
2,301,309
575,333
3,703
346
3,770
168
4,847
588,167

2017
Budget

3,217,003
1,790,900
414,500
9,000,000
13,500
$ 14,435,902

3,001,704
2,399,173
505,500
14,320,000
13,500
$ 20,239,877

606,885
3,000
600
2,640
225
5,007
618,357

621,278
3,000
600
20,384
225
5,207
650,694

40,318

41,617

43,827

46,500

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation/Unemployment
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

97,044
116,477
4,235
481
218,237
827,414

111,579
133,623
5,355
481
251,038
880,823

122,959
138,416
5,355
482
267,212
929,396

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Uncollectible Receivables
Total Other Operating

156,932
16,645
314,773
152,830
3,270
107,900
15,621
1,721
769,691

207,664
18,479
443,482
117,446
5,844
102,476
34,857
(763)
929,484

91,934
36,508

Buildings
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Equipment
Total Capital
Debt
Total Expenditures

Difference
$
$

608,273
91,000
5,320,000
5,803,975

0.0%
0.0%
34.0%
22.0%
59.1%
0.0%
40.2%

14,393
17,744
200
32,337

2.4%
0.0%
0.0%
672.1%
0.0%
4.0%
5.2%

117,444
129,451
5,355
641
252,891
950,085

2,673(5,515)
(8,965)
159
(14,321)
20,689

-4.5%
-6.5%
0.0%
33.0%
-5.4%
2.2%

217,345
20,110
404,936
110,325
6,500
137,390
24,000
920,606

281,249
16,780
417,418
99,470
6,500
115,110
20,000
956,527

63,904
(3,330)
12,482
(10,855)
(22,280)
(4,000)
35,921

29.4%
-16.6%
3.1%
-9.8%
0.0%
-16.2%
-16.7%
0.0%
3.9%

271,754
194,674
23,600

12,052,500
93,400

18,055,000
-

6,002,500
(93,400)

49.8%
-100.0%

128,442

490,028

12,145,900

18,055,000

5,909,100

440,000

278,265

2,300,335

$ 14,435,902

$ 20,239,877

1,725,547

106

(161,735)
$

5,803,975

6.1%

48.7%
-36.8%
40.2%

Public Parking (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Bond Funds
Total Sources

2017
$
$

2018

3,735,000
14,320,000
18,055,000

155,000
3,580,000
3,735,000

2019

76,300
76,300

57,500
57,500

2020

94,000
94,000

60,000
60,000

Total
Cost

2021

102,100
102,100

62,500
62,500

171,307
171,307

65,000
65,000

4,178,707
14,320,000
18,498,707

Capital Improvements Program


User Fees
Parking Lot and Ramp Improvements
New Parking Facility
Total User Fees

19001
19002

Bond Funds
New Parking Facility
19002
Total Bond Funds
Total Capital Improvements Program
Other Capital Equipment Program
Parking Revenue Control Equipment
Pickup-Plow/Custom Bed
Sedan
Utility Vehicle
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

400,000
3,580,000
3,980,000

14,320,000
14,320,000
18,055,000

57,500

60,000

62,500

65,000

14,320,000
14,320,000
18,300,000

18,800
18,800

34,000
34,000

39,600
39,600

106,307
106,307

106,307
39,600
18,800
34,000
198,707

18,055,000

76,300

107

94,000

102,100

171,307

18,498,707

Public Parking (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Provide sufficient and convenient parking for both monthly leased parking customers and hourly customers.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

83%

88%

92%

96%

100%+

2012
13
0.2

2013
12
0.2

2014
12
0.2

2015*
11
0.1

2016
11
0.1

2017
11
0.7

2010
36,967
2,918
6,348

2011
33,264
2,918
5,685

2012
33,840
2,371
5,820

2013
29,024
2,371
5,478

2014
27,195
2,381
5,864

2015
29,871
2,401
5,135

1) Percentage of the total available off-street parking that is


leased as of Dec 31 of each year

Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's
*Moved position to Affordable Housing

Statistics
Parking violations issued by the Parking Patrol
Total number of off street public spaces
Courtesy notices given

2017 Initiatives
Construct a mixed-use parking ramp in downtown Sioux Falls (multi-department project).
Continue streetscape improvements on 10th and 11th Streets downtown (1st Avenue Ramp).
Staff restructuring and FTE reduction.

Need to Know
Construction of a 400 plus space parking ramp bringing system occupancy to 87% and meeting projected parking demand for up to ten years.
Expanding smart parking meters from 18% to 30% of on street parking meters in conjunction with Main Ave Diet improvements.

108

Landfill
The mission of the Sioux Falls Regional Sanitary Landfill is to provide environmentally and fiscally sound solid waste
management and disposal services to our customers. The Sioux Falls Regional Sanitary Landfill is committed to maintaining
and operating a solid waste management facility in accordance with established local, state, and federal laws, rules, and
regulations. It provides disposal service to a five county region including Sioux Falls.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Landfill Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Debt
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual
-

2016
Original Budget
-

10,855,818
169,790
11,025,608

11,010,721
696,091
$ 11,706,813

10,680,884
299,032
$ 10,979,915

2,021,333
4,723,082
6,744,415
234,949
562,623
7,541,987

2,059,013
4,570,413
6,629,426
707,598
1,132,869
8,469,892

2,258,500
5,672,099
7,930,599
1,015,885
184,537
9,131,021

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

10,690,991
214,790
10,905,781

2,309,999
5,388,338
7,698,338
1,771,000
9,469,338

$
$

(164,827)
45,000
(119,827)

51,499
2.3%
(283,761)
-5.0%
(232,261)
-2.9%
755,115
74.3%
(184,537) -100.0%
338,316
3.7%

Total Expenditures
$10
$9.5
Millions

$9.1

1%

$9
$8.5
$8

$7.5

$7
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures
Capital
19%
57%
Other Operating

Debt
24%
Personnel

Total = $9,469,338

109

-1.5%
26.5%
-1.1%

2017 Budget

Landfill (continued)
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Landfill Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Licenses & Permits
Charges for Goods and Services
Investment Income
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
Other Financing
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Wages Other Departments
Overtime
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

2015
Actual
-

2016
Original Budget
-

29,000
10,855,818
85,000
55,790
11,025,608
11,025,608

37,675
11,010,721
112,053
126,363
420,000
11,706,813
$ 11,706,813

26,700
10,680,884
93,588
172,613
6,131
10,979,915
$ 10,979,915

1,132,474
9,066
82,291
171,374
51,768
9,797
1,456,770

1,117,088
14,397
128,163
154,078
34,661
7,135
1,455,523

1,324,960
20,000
54,500
219,187
802
15,394
1,634,843

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$
%
-

29,000
10,690,991
85,000
100,790
10,905,781
$ 10,905,781

1,338,860
84,500
188,914
44,796
12,216
1,669,286

(164,827)
45,000
(119,827)
(119,827)

0.0%
-1.5%
0.0%
80.7%

13,900
(20,000)
30,000
(30,273)
43,994
(3,178)
34,443

1.0%
-100.0%
55.0%
-13.8%
5485.6%
-20.6%
2.1%

-1.1%
-1.1%

103,198

103,613

123,322

95,822

(27,499)

-22.3%

Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Workers' Compensation/Unemployment
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

244,140
195,416
54
21,755
461,365
2,021,333

259,024
207,955
580
32,317
499,877
2,059,013

258,084
214,830
482
26,939
500,335
2,258,500

230,692
286,030
1,230
26,939
544,890
2,309,999

(27,393)
71,200
748
44,555
51,499

-10.6%
33.1%
155.2%
0.0%
8.9%
2.3%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Uncollectible Receivables
Total Other Operating

1,060,756
1,696,919
627,103
727,207
21,289
316,962
254,395
4,704,633

1,204,149
1,702,235
653,371
696,582
29,098
289,409
(4,432)
4,570,413

1,162,795
1,867,208
1,004,190
1,005,362
50,844
381,700
200,000
5,672,099

1,290,698
1,792,143
850,499
804,290
49,424
401,284
200,000
5,388,338

127,903
(75,065)
(153,691)
(201,072)
(1,420)
19,584
(283,761)

11.0%
-4.0%
-15.3%
-20.0%
-2.8%
5.1%
0.0%

OASI

-5.0%

Land
Buildings
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Equipment
Total Capital

208,127
26,821
234,949

692,952
14,646
707,598

158,000
647,000
210,885
1,015,885

525,000
750,000
431,000
65,000
1,771,000

367,000
750,000
(216,000)
(145,885)
755,115

232.3%

Debt

562,623

1,132,869

184,537

(184,537)

-100.0%

18,449

Transfers
Total Expenditures

7,541,987

8,469,892

110

9,131,021

9,469,338

-33.4%
-69.2%
74.3%

338,316

3.7%

Landfill (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Total Sources

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total
Cost

1,771,000

8,648,500

2,700,000

$ 1,589,000

$ 1,453,000

$ 16,161,500

1,771,000

8,648,500

2,700,000

$ 1,589,000

$ 1,453,000

$ 16,161,500

409,000
525,000
22,000
750,000
-

418,000
168,000
23,000
6,295,000
-

426,000
172,000
23,000
1,577,000
364,000
58,000
-

Capital Improvements Program


User Fees
Leachate Recirculation
Land Acquisition
Perimeter Fencing
Building Improvements
Relocation of Wall Lake Drainage Way
Composting Facilities Expansion
Sedimentation Pond

21001
21002
21003
21004
21007
21006
21005

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program (OCEP)
Camera, Security
Excavator
Fume hood
Grinder
Litter Picker
Loader
Pump (2)
Radiation Detection System
Roll Off Containers (15)
Server Storage
Skid Loader
Trash Pump
Waste Grinder
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

438,000
175,000
23,000
707,000
106,000

444,000
179,000
25,000
200,000

2,135,000
1,219,000
116,000
8,622,000
364,000
765,000
306,000

1,706,000

6,904,000

2,620,000

1,449,000

848,000

13,527,000

65,000
65,000

300,000
9,500
350,000
75,000
60,000
50,000
900,000
1,744,500

30,000
50,000
80,000

40,000
100,000
140,000

15,000
565,000
25,000
605,000

15,000
300,000
9,500
565,000
65,000
350,000
40,000
25,000
75,000
30,000
60,000
200,000
900,000
2,634,500

2,700,000

$ 1,589,000

$ 1,453,000

$ 16,161,500

1,771,000

8,648,500

111

Landfill (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Continue to provide for disposal of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and allow for expansion to continue to accept MSW for 5 county region.
1) Provide landfill disposal services for MSW (tons)
2) Maintain and/or increase life expectancy of MSW landfill Area

2014 Results
168,928

2015 Target
162,198

2015 Results
161,116

2016 Target
171,441

2017 Target
172,000

2,076

2,082

2,076

2,086

2,086

Continue to provide for disposal of Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste and allow for future expansion to accept C&D waste.
2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Provide landfill disposal services for C&D (tons)

92,216

54,793

66,003

65,000

65,000

2) Maintain and/or increase life expectancy of C&D


landfill area

2,055

2,044

2,058

2,055

2,060

2014 Results
578,128

2015 Target
420,000

2015 Results
747,257

2016 Target
650,000

2017 Target
800,000

1,482,830

1,300,000

1,488,888

1,650,000

1,650,000

Continue to handle Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) in beneficial manner.


1) Provide HHW handling (pounds)
2) Electronics recycling - diversion from landfill (pounds)

Continue work on increasing recycling percentages.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Regional Diversion Rate

48%

43%

48%

45%

50%

2) Garbage Hauler Recycling Goal

24%

25%

24%

24%

25%

3) MSW Generated (Pounds per Person per Day)

3.10

3.30

3.10

3.00

3.00

4) Provide for Diversion of Recylclables to MRF (Tons)

43,882

42,000

45,885

46,000

46,500

5) Hauler Diversion of Recyclable Materials from MSW (Tons)

42,378

40,000

42,781

50,378

43,500

Continue to provide environmentally sound management.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Expansion of Leachate and LFG System (Total


DPW's)

139

137

137

141

143

2) Collection of Landfill Gas and Leachate from West


Landfill Area

12

15

15

15

15

Utilize commodities and by-products of landfill.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) LFG utilization - sales of LFG (net revenue projections)

1,863,436

1,962,240

1,995,573

1,850,000

1,870,000

2) Biomass Processing Sales

47,455

33,750

30,061

40,000

40,000

Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

2012
27
7.1

2013
28
8.1

2014
28
7.5

2015
28
6.4

2016
28
9.6

2017
28
6.4

2010
169,327
55,640
1,208,183
515,587
1,750,951

2011
172,507
50,782
1,218,272
486,110
1,985,122

2012
167,812
66,425
1,306,415
584,034
1,984,948

2013
166,331
69,601
1,397,480
417,900
1,932,695

2014
168,928
92,216
1,482,830
578,128
1,863,436

2015
161,116
66,003
1,488,888
747,257
1,995,573

Statistics
Municipal Solid Waste (tons)
Construction & Demolition (tons)
Electronics (lbs)
Household Hazardous Waste Incoming (lbs)
LFG Sales ($)

112

Water
The Water Purification Division is responsible to efficiently and cost effectively manage the drinking water resources for the City of
Sioux Falls.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,475,528

3,183,966

Sources
Water Fund Contribution
$
Departmental Sources
Charges for Services
31,955,673
Intergovernmental
52,551
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
790,782
Total Sources
$ 32,799,006

32,605,508
69,765
1,389,588
$ 35,540,390

Expenditures
Personnel

Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Debt
Transfers
Total Expenditures

5,485,232

5,526,756

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

(3,183,966)

-100.0%

34,903,361
943,698
39,031,025

1,540
(5,000)
$ (3,187,426)

0.0%

34,904,901
938,698
35,843,599

6,382,279

6,522,901

140,622

2.2%

247,617

2.2%

9,311,443

10,294,019

11,382,335

11,629,952

14,796,676
10,509,990

15,820,775
10,553,298

17,764,614
12,434,000

18,152,852
8,682,000

388,239
(3,752,000)

2.2%
-30.2%

3,523,251
82,000

9,166,317
-

8,832,411
-

7,865,709
-

(966,703)
-

-10.9%

$ 28,911,916

$ 35,540,390

34,700,561

$ (4,330,464)

-11.1%

39,031,025

Millions

Total Expenditures
$45
$40
$35
$30
$25
$20
$15
$10
$5
$-

-0.5%
-8.2%

$39.0

$34.7

4%
$35.5

$28.9

12%
1%

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures
Debt

Personnel

19%

23%

33%

25%
Capital

Other Operating

Total = $34,700,561

113

2017 Budget

Water (continued)
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
$
Water Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Intergovernmental
52,551
Charges for Services
31,955,673
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
790,782
Total Departmental Sources
32,799,006
Total Sources
$ 32,799,006
Expenditures
Fulltime
Wages Other Departments
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

3,447,414
43,902
123,504
36,896
110,588
124,223
33,949
3,920,477

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,475,528

3,183,966

69,765
32,605,508
1,389,588
34,064,861
$ 35,540,390

34,903,361
943,698
35,847,059
39,031,025

3,535,186
49,555
128,482
37,556
83,750
74,580
34,677
3,943,786

3,956,473
30,000
156,502
39,580
190,528
259,115
38,278
4,670,476

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$
%
-

$ (3,183,966)

-100.0%

34,904,901
938,698
35,843,599
$ 35,843,599

1,540
(5,000)
(3,460)
$ (3,187,426)

0.0%
-0.5%
0.0%
-8.2%

4,013,785
180,560
39,580
196,192
274,890
38,166
4,743,173

57,312
(30,000)
24,058
5,664
15,774
(112)
72,697

1.4%
-100.0%
15.4%
0.0%
3.0%
6.1%
-0.3%
1.6%

282,576

281,741

286,736

289,262

2,526

0.9%

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation/Unemployment
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

646,275
604,965
30,458
481
1,282,179
5,485,232

660,858
603,380
36,511
481
1,301,229
5,526,756

693,394
694,682
36,511
480
1,425,067
6,382,279

698,015
755,330
36,511
611
1,490,467
6,522,901

4,621
60,648
131
65,400
140,622

0.7%
8.7%
0.0%
27.3%
4.6%
2.2%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Uncollectible Receivables
Total Other Operating

908,046
386,823
1,493,924
2,027,075
50,535
4,418,744
249
26,046
9,311,443

969,257
458,084
1,567,015
6,307,518
39,311
882,447
249
70,137
10,294,019

960,608
520,666
1,950,761
6,543,178
82,236
1,324,886
11,382,335

1,032,909
558,053
1,835,021
7,071,513
90,109
1,042,347
11,629,952

72,301
37,387
(115,740)
528,335
7,873
(282,539)
247,617

7.5%
7.2%
-5.9%
8.1%
9.6%
-21.3%

Land
Buildings
Equipment
Infrastructure
Intangibles (Water Rights)
Total Capital

281,089
20,440
594,083
9,535,901
78,478
10,509,990

58,526
398,553
852,127
9,206,115
37,978
10,553,298

225,000
50,000
1,049,000
10,690,000
420,000
12,434,000

225,000
220,000
1,049,000
7,068,000
120,000
8,682,000

170,000
(3,622,000)
(300,000)
(3,752,000)

0.0%
340.0%
0.0%
-33.9%
-71.4%
-30.2%

3,523,251

9,166,317

8,832,411

7,865,709

(966,703)

-10.9%

82,000

$ 28,911,916

$ 35,540,390

39,031,025

$ 34,700,561

OASI

Debt
Transfers
Total Expenditures

114

2.2%

$ (4,330,464)

-11.1%

Water (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Water Distribution Platting Fees
Total Sources

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total
Cost

8,132,000
550,000
8,682,000

$ 12,355,995
570,000
$ 12,925,995

$ 12,647,235
590,000
$ 13,237,235

$ 12,576,065
610,000
$ 13,186,065

$ 12,783,000
630,000
$ 13,413,000

$ 58,494,295
2,950,000
$ 61,444,295

320,000
1,400,000
1,700,000
220,000
70,000
700,000
40,000
270,000
850,000
170,000
25,000
10,000
50,000
50,000
510,000
18,000
450,000
230,000
7,083,000

2017
$
$

Capital Improvements Program


User Fees
Land Acquisition
Other Mains - Unforeseen Wtr Projects
Citywide Water Main Replacement
Water Purification Building Improvements
Transmission Main Rehabilitation
Northwest Water Transmission Improve
Foundation Park Water Main
Source Water Improvements
41st Street Transmission Main Improve
Core Neighborhood Reconstruction Prog
Concrete Pavement Restoration
Arterial Intersection Improvements
Major Street Reconstruction Program
Arterial Street Improvements
Downtown Area-Street & Utility Improve
Right of Way Acquisition and Restoration
Bridge Reconstruction Program
Railroad Crossing Improvements
School District/Park Site Coordination
SDDOT Project Coordination
Arrowhead Parkway Improvements
26th St & I-229 Improvements
85th St & I-29 Improvements
Veterans Parkway Construction
Rail Yard Redevelopment
60th St N Improvements
41st Street Improvements
Terry Ave and 43rd St Drainage Improv
Dakota Ave, Russell St to 3rd St Impr
Total User Fees
Platting Fees
Arterial Street Improvements
Total Platting Fees

22001
22002
22003
22005
22037
22026
22011
22007
22051
11073
11001
11012
11003
11006
11007
11009
11086
11011
11002
11013
11064
11016
11017
11067
11066
11028
11076
11031
23015

720,000
1,200,000
1,700,000
950,000
2,850,000
750,000
70,000
700,000
40,000
175,000
850,000
40,000
25,000
250,000
10,000
50,000
50,000
625,000
300,000
100,000
5,000
11,460,000

620,000
1,200,000
1,800,000
925,000
1,050,000
750,000
545,000
200,000
700,000
40,000
2,200,000
850,000
80,000
25,000
10,000
50,000
50,000
85,000
80,000
50,000
200,000
11,510,000

320,000
1,250,000
1,900,000
515,000
780,000
2,825,000
1,000,000
700,000
40,000
540,000
850,000
175,000
25,000
10,000
50,000
50,000
625,000
200,000
11,855,000

2,300,000
6,550,000
8,800,000
4,790,000
3,800,000
3,050,000
1,575,000
3,440,000
1,200,000
3,500,000
200,000
175,000
3,180,000
4,250,000
635,000
125,000
250,000
50,000
250,000
1,150,000
1,930,000
400,000
130,000
80,000
118,000
85,000
50,000
850,000
460,000
53,373,000

550,000
550,000

570,000
570,000

590,000
590,000

610,000
610,000

630,000
630,000

2,950,000
2,950,000

Total Capital Improvements Program

7,633,000

12,035,000

12,050,000

12,120,000

12,485,000

56,323,000

Other Capital Equipment Program


AMR Equipment
Chromatograph
DCU Equipment
Flame AA
Floor Scrubber
Frequency Drive
Gas Chromatograph
Lime Slaker
Phone System
Pump #2
Pump #4 - High Service
Rail Car Gate Opener
Server Storage
Sludge Pump
Spectrometer w/auto sampler
Trailer, Valve Operating
Water Meter
Well, VFD
Total Other Capital Equipment Program

365,000
10,000
65,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
400,000
24,000
1,049,000

365,000
10,000
21,995
55,000
15,000
400,000
24,000
890,995

365,000
10,000
110,000
175,000
30,000
50,000
22,235
400,000
25,000
1,187,235

450,000
75,000
10,000
65,065
440,000
26,000
1,066,065

450,000
10,000
440,000
28,000
928,000

1,995,000
75,000
50,000
65,000
25,000
65,065
110,000
175,000
21,995
50,000
55,000
15,000
30,000
100,000
60,000
22,235
2,080,000
127,000
5,121,295

8,682,000

$ 12,925,995

$ 13,237,235

$ 13,186,065

$ 13,413,000

$ 61,444,295

Total Capital Program

11006

320,000
1,500,000
1,700,000
3,130,000
950,000
200,000
75,000
700,000
40,000
170,000
850,000
170,000
25,000
10,000
50,000
950,000
85,000
100,000
30,000
80,000
100,000
230,000
11,465,000

115

Water (continued)
Outcome Based Indicators
Provide drinking water of high quality and in such quantities to meet the needs and demands of our customers.
2014 Results
3.867 Billion

1) Water treated in gallons meeting USEPA regulations

2015 Target 2015 Results


5.5 Billion
3.1 billion

2016 Target
5.1 Billion

2017 Target
4.1 billion

2) Days per year drinking water delivered to customers at adequate volumes

365

365

365

365

365

3) Number of production wells cleaned to restore pumping capacity

13

11

19

11

11

2.811 billion

2.7 Billion

3.9 billion

3.0 billion

4.1 billion

4) Water purchased from Lewis & Clark

Comply with all Safe Drinking Water Act regulations through treatment methods, sampling, analysis, and reporting protocol.
2014 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

2) Number of required bacteriological samples analyzed

1,457

1,440

1,440

1,440

1,440

3) General discharge permit compliance 100% of the time

100%

100%

100%

100%

100

4) All Distribution Team members State Certified

41.5%

100%

54%

100%

100

1) Number of Safe Drinking Water Act Violations both Federal and State

2015 Target 2015 Results

Review and evaluate water rates annually to ensure sufficient revenue to ensure a sound utility fund.
2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Annual rate study

2014 Results
1

2) Rate adjustment

3.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

2.0%

20%/25%

20%/25%

20%25%

20%/25%

20%/25%

3) Maintain adequate reserves for rate stabilization and capital projects

2015 Target 2015 Results

Support the City of Sioux Falls Sustainability effort through education and support initiatives promoting water conservation.
2014 Results
1) Number of rebate applications for water conservation program
2) Water saved (estimated in gallons) with conservation program per year

2016 Target

2017 Target

1,948

2015 Target 2015 Results


2,400

1,266

1,500

1,250

8,118,000

30,000,000

6,828,882

12,000,000

8,920,000

2016 Target
<.5%

2017 Target
<.5%

Provide customers with accurate and timely utility bills.


2014 Results
0.19%

1) Percentage of bills estimated


2) Read to bill time
3) percentage of bills paid on-line

2015 Target 2015 Results


<.5%
0.28%

5.83 days

<6 days

5.47 days

<6 days

<6 days

9%

>13%

11%

>13%

>13%

2016 Target

2017 Target

Minimize water and revenue loss.


2014 Results
1) Perform routine meter testing for accuracy and planning change out (routine
meter tests/year)

2015 Target 2015 Results

1,828

1,000

1,989

1,000

3,500

2) All water main breaks and damaged hydrants repaired within 4


hours of the last locate.

87%

100%

78%

100%

100%

3) All damaged hydrants repaired or replaced within 72 hours of notification

95%

100%

96%

100%

100%

1,750,000

1,000,000

200,000

1,000,000

250,000

4) Lineal feet of water main surveyed for water leaks

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Water (continued)
Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

2012
67
8.2

2013
65
7.6

2014
65
4.1

2015
66
3.9

2016
66
8.6

2017
66
6.7

2012
158,800

2013
160,549

2014
163,455

2015 Est.
165,384

2016 Est.
175,234

2017 Est.
178,846

Statistics
Population Served
Number of metered accounts

49,358

49,500

50,955

52,195

53,145

54,095

7.6 Billion

7.1 Billion

6.7 Billion

5.5 Billion

8.0 Billion

4.1

Number of wells maintained

55

55

55

55

55

55

Number of water storage facilities maintained

10

10

10

10

Gallons of water treated

Treated water storage capacity in million gallons

25.5

25.5

27

27

27

27

Number of applications for water conservation program

2,117

2,600

2,400

2,000

1,500

1,250

Estimated water saved in gallons with conservation program

31,957,000

35,000,000

8,118,000

30,000,000

12,000,000

9,000,000

Feet of Distribution pipe replaced

36,555

19,571

6,900

20,000

20,000

20,000

Valves Exercised

2,172

4,000

1,750

2,900

4,000

2,500

2,900

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Water Reclamation
The Mission of the Sioux Falls Water Reclamation Department is to protect Public Health and the Environment by collecting and
treating wastewater in a safe, reliable, ethical, cost-effective, and customer-friendly manner in accordance with state and federal
regulations

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Water Reclamation Fund Contribution $
Departmental Sources
Charges for Services
Bond/SRF Proceeds
Other
Total Sources
$
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Debt
Transfers
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual
-

23,654,728
3,393,404
1,474,073
28,522,205

4,597,353
4,058,538
8,655,891
6,922,471
9,798,963
317,931
$ 25,695,256

2016
Original Budget
-

2017
Budget

2,254,392

25,474,334
1,900,556
$ 27,374,890

26,166,706
31,870,000
2,107,357
62,398,455

28,336,705
18,500,000
3,195,735
$ 50,032,440

2,169,999
(13,370,000)
1,088,378
$ (12,366,015)

8.3%
-42.0%
51.6%
-19.8%

5,259,762
7,387,919
12,647,681
39,250,200
10,500,574
62,398,455

-0.7%
-3.0%
-2.0%
-39.6%
-3.4%

5,225,074
7,166,290
12,391,364
23,712,000
10,143,990
$ 46,247,354

$ (2,254,392) -100.0%

(34,688)
(221,629)
(256,317)
(15,538,200)
(356,584)
$ (16,151,101)

Millions

Total Expenditures
$65
$60
$55
$50
$45
$40
$35
$30
$25
$20

$62.4

$46.2

$25.7
$26.9
2014 Actual

4,749,999
4,448,513
9,198,512
6,592,049
10,743,664
373,312
$ 26,907,537

Difference
$

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Personnel

Debt

11%

22%

16%

51%

Capital

Total = $46,247,3554

119

Other Operating

-25.9%

Water Reclamation (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Water Reclamation Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Intergovernmental
Charges for Services
Investment/Interest Earnings
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
Bond/SRF Proceeds
Total Departmental
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Other Departments
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages
OASI

2015
Actual
-

2016
Original Budget
-

2,254,392

2017
Budget
$

Difference
$
-

$ (2,254,392)

-100.0%

8.3%
5.4%
64.9%
-42.0%
-16.8%
-19.8%

229
23,654,728
4,154
1,469,690
3,393,404
28,522,205
$ 28,522,205

25,474,334
119,669
1,780,888
27,374,890
$ 27,374,890

26,166,706
469,414
1,637,943
31,870,000
60,144,063
$ 62,398,455

28,336,705
494,618
2,701,117
18,500,000
50,032,440
$ 50,032,440

2,169,999
25,204
1,063,174
(13,370,000)
(10,111,623)
$ (12,366,015)

2,914,570
20,131
178,997
24,164
74,548
16,847
28,340
3,257,597

3,023,162
28,508
153,865
23,235
53,416
43,776
34,123
3,360,085

3,361,010
83,172
25,610
110,360
137,310
37,776
3,755,238

3,294,766
147,522
31,080
99,520
118,106
39,663
3,730,657

(66,244)
64,350
(10,840)
(19,204)
1,887
(24,581)

77.4%
0.0%
-9.8%
-14.0%
5.0%
-0.7%

-2.0%

233,867

240,521

258,354

237,265

(21,089)

-8.2%

Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Workers' Compensation/Unemployment
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

539,487
504,610
2,201
59,591
1,105,890
4,597,353

597,794
519,517
2,858
29,225
1,149,394
4,749,999

614,375
599,686
2,884
29,225
1,246,170
5,259,762

587,837
636,162
3,929
29,225
1,257,153
5,225,074

(26,538)
36,476
1,045
10,983
(34,688)

-4.3%
6.1%
36.2%
0.0%
0.9%
-0.7%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Uncollectible Receivables
Total Other Operating

682,125
489,141
744,685
722,229
20,337
1,428,343
160
(28,483)
4,058,538

757,827
549,216
1,082,314
851,783
30,457
1,174,115
2,801
4,448,513

1,474,371
701,854
1,133,745
1,036,146
46,423
1,495,380
1,500,000
7,387,919

935,504
711,875
1,420,803
1,013,522
53,256
1,531,330
1,500,000
7,166,290

(538,867)
10,021
287,058
(22,624)
6,833
35,950
(221,629)

-36.5%
1.4%
25.3%
-2.2%
14.7%
2.4%
0.0%

Land
Buildings
Equipment
Infrastructure
Total Capital

883,374
383,992
5,655,106
6,922,471

1,814,854
522,101
4,255,095
6,592,049

50,000
1,451,000
520,200
37,229,000
39,250,200

25,000
12,664,000
11,023,000
23,712,000

(25,000)
11,213,000
(520,200)
(26,206,000)
(15,538,200)

-50.0%
772.8%
-100.0%
-70.4%
-39.6%

Debt
Transfers

9,798,963

10,743,664

10,500,574

10,143,990

(356,584)

-3.4%

317,931
$ 25,695,256

373,312
$ 26,907,537

$ 62,398,455

$ 46,247,354

$ (16,151,101)

-25.9%

Total Expenditures

120

-3.0%

Water Reclamation (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Enterprise Assessment
State Loans

2017
$

Total Sources

2018

3,962,000
19,750,000

7,440,520
361,000
1,000,000

2019
$

6,445,000
428,000
22,400,000

2020
$

4,646,196
200,000
28,890,000

Total
Cost

2021
$

3,058,000
70,000
17,040,000

25,551,716
1,059,000
89,080,000

$ 23,712,000

$ 8,801,520

$ 29,273,000

$ 33,736,196

$ 20,168,000

$ 115,690,716

950,000
600,000
175,000
75,000
100,000
255,000
255,000
388,000
226,000
135,000
50,000
105,000
41,000
13,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
50,000
150,000
134,000
15,000
200,000
3,962,000

979,000
618,000
181,000
75,000
50,000
69,000
136,000
226,000
3,100,000
140,000
50,000
85,000
361,000
26,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
50,000
450,000
50,000
6,000
318,000
200,000
7,215,000

1,009,000
637,000
187,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
108,000
2,800,000
145,000
50,000
25,000
65,000
428,000
8,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
50,000
5,000
219,000
212,000
5,000
200,000
6,373,000

1,040,000
657,000
193,000
75,000
50,000
107,000
160,000
150,000
50,000
5,000
526,000
223,000
5,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
50,000
5,000
25,000
35,000
28,000
230,000
200,000
3,859,000

1,072,000
677,000
199,000
75,000
50,000
161,000
60,000
155,000
50,000
34,000
70,000
135,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
50,000
200,000
3,033,000

5,050,000
3,189,000
935,000
375,000
300,000
642,000
719,000
388,000
452,000
3,100,000
2,800,000
725,000
250,000
30,000
815,000
1,123,000
187,000
125,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
160,000
669,000
262,000
6,000
30,000
35,000
480,000
245,000
1,000,000
24,442,000

361,000
361,000

428,000
428,000

200,000
200,000

70,000
70,000

1,059,000
1,059,000

7,464,000
4,690,000
4,746,000
1,000,000
1,250,000
600,000
19,750,000

1,000,000
1,000,000

22,400,000
22,400,000

28,890,000
28,890,000

9,170,000
7,870,000
17,040,000

7,464,000
4,690,000
4,746,000
24,400,000
28,890,000
9,170,000
7,870,000
1,250,000
600,000
89,080,000

23,712,000

8,576,000

29,201,000

32,949,000

20,143,000

114,581,000

Capital Improvements Program


User Fees
Sanitary Sewers - Other Mains
23001
Pipe Lining Program
23002
Manhole Rehabilitation Program
23003
Future Interceptors
23004
Infil/Infiltration Reduction System
23037
Water Rec Facility Roof Replacement
23006
Water Rec Facility HVAC Upgrade
23007
Electrical Cable & Transformer Improvements23038
Dakota Ave, Russell St to 3rd St Improve
23015
FOG Receiving & Processing Improvements 23013
Final Clarifier Improvements
23018
Core Neighborhood Reconstruction Prog
11073
Concrete Pavement Restoration
11001
Arterial Intersection Improvements
11012
Major Street Reconstruction Program
11003
Arterial Street Improvements
11006
Downtown Area - St & Utility Improve
11007
Right of Way Acquistion and Restoration
11009
Railroad Crossing Improvements
11011
School District/ Park Site Coordination
11002
SDDOT Project Coordination
11013
Arrowhead Parkway Improvements
11064
26th St & I-229 Area Improvements
11016
85th Street & I-29 Improvements
11017
Railyard Redevelopment
11066
60th St North Improvements
11028
41st Street Improvements
11076
Drainage Conveyance Improvements
11023
Terry Ave and 43rd St Drainage Improve
11031
Citywide Water Main Replacement
22003
Total User Fees
Enterprise Assessment
Arterial Street Improvements
Total Enterprise Assessment

11006

State Loans
Primary Digester Mixing System Improvements
23012
Energy Recovery
23033
Equalization Expansion
23039
Main Pump Station Replacement
23024
Foundation Park - Phase 2
23040
Biosolids Sludge Dewatering & Drying
23041
Basin 15 Sanitary Sewer Extension
23034
Veterans Parkway Improvements
11067
Annexation Infrastructure Improvements
11068
Total State Loans
Total Capital Improvements Program

121

Water Reclamation (continued)


Capital Program Detail (continued)
Description
Other Capital Equipment Program
Compressor, Portable
Crane
Generator
Hoist (4)
Hoist Crane (3)
Hoist Dresser (2)
Mower
Preaeration Compressor
Pump, First Stage Recirculation (2)
Pump, Non-Clog Centrifugal (7)
Pump, Submeragable
Pump, Trash
Server Storage
Total Other Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

Project
Number

2017

2018
-

$ 23,712,000

2019

2020

2021

Total
Cost

70,000
115,520
40,000
225,520

22,000
20,000
30,000
72,000

69,010
96,566
28,460
7,500
560,000
25,660
787,196

25,000
25,000

22,000
25,000
70,000
69,010
96,566
28,460
20,000
7,500
115,520
560,000
25,660
40,000
30,000
1,109,716

8,801,520

$ 29,273,000

$ 33,736,196

$ 20,168,000

$ 115,690,716

122

Water Reclamation (continued)


Outcome Based Indicators
Provide uninterrupted wastewater service.
2014 Results
26%

2015 Target
33%

2015 Results
32%

2016 Target
33%

2017 Target
33%

2) Percentage of collection system inspected

5%

6%

5%

6%

6%

3) Miles of sewer mains replaced, repaired, or rehabilitated

5.07

2.00

0.56

2.00

2.00

14

20

11

20

20

1) Percentage of collection system cleaned

4) Number of backups in city owned line

Maximize sustainability opportunities.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Percentage of biosolids recycled and applied to agricultural


land

72%

100%

73%

100%

100%

2) Percentage of methane utilized

100%

100%

99%

100%

100%

3) Electrical usage (kwh total for all station and plant)

19,222,044

4) Percentage of reclaimed water usage (irrigation and plant


process)

13,000,000

12,413,092

13,000,000

13,000,000

2%

3%

1%

3%

2%

2014 Results
360

2015 Target

2015 Results
341

2016 Target

2017 Target

<200gpd

<200

2.07

65

100

141

100

100

2014 Results
3

2015 Target
0

2015 Results
4

2016 Target
0

2017 Target
0

99%

85%

99%

85%

85%

Reduce infiltration to the collection and treatment system.


1) Extraneous flow (gallons per day per inch of diameter mile)
(South Dakota recommended design criteria - Chapt II Part F 5)
2) Miles of pipe relined
3) Manhole covers replaced

<200gpd

Minimize impacts on receiving stream.


1) Number of overflows to waters of the state
2) Percentage of regulated constituents removed by treatment
3) Number of permit violations

Protect publicly owned treatment works by management of Industrial Pretreatment Program.


2014 Results

2015 Target

2015 Results

2016 Target

2017 Target

1) Number of liquid waste generators permitted

307

280

322

280

280

2) Percent of accounts with industrial waste surveys in past 5


years

76%

80%

67%

80%

80%

Review and evaluate wastewater rates annually to ensure sufficient revenue to ensure a sound utility fund.
1) Annual rate study

2014 Results
1

2015 Target
1

2015 Results
1

2016 Target
1

2017 Target
1

2) Rate adjustment

8%

6%

6%

5%

6%

123

Water Reclamation (continued)


Staffing
Budget
Year-end Fulltime Positions
Part-time FTE's

2012
52

2013
51

2014
52

2015
53

2016
52

2017
52

3.2

3.7

3.7

5.2

5.2

5.3

Statistics
Gallons of treated wastewater (million Gallons)
Sanitary sewer collections system (miles)
Inflow & infiltration gpd/inch diameter mile
Sanitary sewer lift stations (City owned)
Gallons of billed flow per capita per day
Number of customers

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

6,573
813
731
21
77.4
47,270

6,351
817
244
21
75.4
47,974

5,077
824
237
21
73.1
48,815

5,900
836
511
21
70.3
49,526

5,502
860
360
21
66.5
50,496

5,874
870
341
20
67.9
51,521

124

Internal Service
Funds
Total Budget
$466,568,463
91%

2%
5%
1%
1%

Fleet
$9,968,139
Health/Life
Benefit
$21,658,961
Workers' Comp
$1,441,731

Insurance
Liability
$3,406,169

Tech Revolving
$5,839,015

Fleet ......................................................................................... 125


Health-Life Benefit .................................................................. 129
Workers Compensation ........................................................ 131
Liability and Property Insurance ........................................... 133
Technology Revolving ........................................................... 135

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Fleet
The mission of Fleet Management is to provide a safe, cost-effective, and a productive fleet of equipment and vehicles to its
partners.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Fleet Fund Contribution
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

109,109
6,773,556
259,817
7,142,481

1,543,041
1,417,362
2,960,403
4,182,078
7,142,481

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

6,730,551
158,461
6,889,011

1,749,197
682,964
2,432,160
3,699,916
6,132,076

2017
Budget

1,743,326
7,107,996
144,500
8,995,822

2,127,268
1,258,854
3,386,122
5,609,700
8,995,822

Difference
$
%

2,393,104
7,430,535
144,500
9,968,139

2,539,743
980,596
3,520,339
6,447,800
9,968,139

649,778
322,539
972,317

37.3%
4.5%
0.0%
10.8%

412,475
(278,258)
134,217
838,100
972,317

19.4%
-22.1%
4.0%
14.9%
10.8%

Millions

Total Expenditures
$12.0
$10.0
$10.0
$8.0
$6.0

$9.0
$7.1
$6.1

$4.0
$2.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures
Personnel
25%

65%

10%

Capital

Total = $9,968,139

125

Other Operating

Fleet (continued)
Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Fleet Fund Contribution
Charges for Services
Miscellaneous
Total Operating Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

$
$

109,109
6,773,556
259,817
7,142,481

972,300
66,404
13,731
46,512
3,964
1,102,911

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

6,730,551
158,461
6,889,011

1,067,874
65,473
13,869
75,911
4,212
1,227,338

2017
Budget

1,743,326
7,107,996
144,500
8,995,822

1,301,314
110,000
11,900
65,394
32,904
10,230
1,531,742

Difference
$
%

2,393,104
7,430,535
144,500
9,968,139

1,570,906
110,000
11,900
77,168
32,904
13,312
1,816,190

649,778
322,539
972,317

37.3%
4.5%
0.0%
10.8%

269,592
11,774
3,082
284,448

20.7%
0.0%
0.0%
18.0%
0.0%
30.1%
18.6%

79,411

88,410

109,343

128,205

18,862

17.2%

Pension
Insurance
Workers' Compensation
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel

171,077
175,966
13,676
360,719
1,543,041

214,888
203,385
15,175
433,448
1,749,197

240,631
230,377
15,175
486,183
2,127,268

283,004
295,188
15,175
1,981
595,349
2,539,743

42,373
64,811
1,981
109,166
412,475

17.6%
28.1%
0.0%

Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Uncollectibles
Total Other Operating

115,051
75,137
540,574
648,007
7,782
28,793
2,017
1,417,362

104,398
80,939
256,618
767,956
14,795
34,148
1,258,854

104,748
78,844
209,218
539,726
14,545
33,515
980,596

350
(2,095)
(47,400)
(228,230)
(250)
(633)
(278,258)

0.3%
-2.6%
-18.5%
-29.7%
-1.7%
-1.9%

Buildings
Improvements Other Than Buildings
Equipment
Infrastructure
Total Capital

13,888
8,135
4,160,055
4,182,078

1,260,000
4,349,700
5,609,700

269,000
6,178,800
6,447,800

(991,000)
1,829,100
838,100

-78.7%

972,317

10.8%

OASI

Total Expenditures

7,142,481

189,160
71,724
(6,272)
388,698
12,048
27,606
682,964
347,580
115,283
3,237,053
3,699,916
$

6,132,076

126

8,995,822

9,968,139

22.5%
19.4%

-22.1%

42.1%
14.9%

Fleet (continued)
Capital Program Detail
Description

Project
Number

Sources
User Fees
Total Sources
Capital Improvements Program
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Dispensers
Fleet/Street Building Improvements
Maintenance Bldg Concrete Rehab

2017
$
$

24006
24008
24009

Total Capital Improvements Program


Other Capital Equipment Program
Amphibious Vehicle
Asphalt Recycler
Asphalt Hot Box
Backhoe (3)
Car, Electric Gem
Compactor
Compost Turner
Crane (2)
Dozer
Dredge System
Excavator
Flusher
Hoist
Hook/Hoist
Loader, Backhoe
Loader, Snow
Motor Grader (6)
Mower
Oil Distributor
Paver, Asphalt
Payloader (2)
Pickup (38)
Pickup, 3/4 Ton (5)
Pickup, 1 Ton
Pickup, 1 Ton w/ Utility Body (6)
Planer
Pump, Trash 6"
Roller
Sandbagger
Sander (22)
Scraper, Landfill (2)
Sedan (5)
Side Boom
Skidloader (4)
Sweeper (4)
Tandem Dump Truck (2)
Techcrete Machine
Tractor (2)
Tractor, Semi
Trailer (2)
Trailer, Tanker
Truck (3)
Truck, Aerial Bucket (3)
Truck, Dump (4)
Truck w/ Jet Vacuum (3)
Truck, Hook (2)
Truck, Semi
Truck, Sign
Truck, Tandem
Truck w/ Dump Body (2)
Utility Vehicle (3)
Van (2)
Van, TV
Waste Grinder
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

2019

2020

2021

Total Cost

4,959,500
4,959,500

$ 6,044,100
$ 6,044,100

$ 3,868,000
$ 3,868,000

$ 3,277,300
$ 3,277,300

$ 24,596,700
$ 24,596,700

229,000
269,000
-

467,000

229,000
269,000
467,000

498,000

467,000

965,000

175,000
1,050,000
310,000
60,000
100,000
108,300
28,000
100,000
178,000
925,000
1,800,000
24,000
130,000
180,000
310,000
15,000
315,000
115,000
26,500
5,949,800

260,000
935,000
175,000
900,000
35,000
350,000
348,000
28,000
141,500
60,000
130,000
360,000
80,000
25,000
75,000
270,000
320,000
4,492,500

50,000
20,000
1,050,000
950,000
300,000
250,000
600,000
153,200
28,800
15,000
1,295,000
20,600
51,500
200,000
125,000
185,000
750,000
6,044,100

25,000
1,075,000
35,000
30,000
170,000
150,000
196,000
950,000
370,000
75,000
30,000
190,000
140,000
175,000
190,000
67,000
3,868,000

150,000
75,000
300,000
150,000
162,500
30,000
150,000
125,000
24,800
950,000
70,000
165,000
150,000
30,000
720,000
25,000
3,277,300

25,000
175,000
50,000
410,000
20,000
3,175,000
310,000
35,000
1,885,000
300,000
75,000
175,000
30,000
60,000
170,000
250,000
1,800,000
35,000
100,000
350,000
300,000
968,000
114,800
100,000
319,500
150,000
15,000
125,000
24,800
4,120,000
1,800,000
104,600
70,000
260,000
910,000
310,000
75,000
245,000
150,000
40,000
75,000
111,500
470,000
720,000
635,000
305,000
140,000
125,000
175,000
190,000
67,000
51,500
185,000
750,000
23,631,700

4,959,500

$ 6,044,100

$ 3,868,000

$ 3,277,300

$ 24,596,700

6,447,800
6,447,800

6,447,800

2018
$
$

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Health-Life Benefit
To provide health, dental, and life insurance benefits through a self-insured fund for City employees, their dependents, and retirees
up to Medicare age eligibility.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Health-Life Fund Contribution
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

177,533
16,673,859
48,655
$ 16,900,047

2,963,810
16,939,599
47,606
$ 19,951,014

167,807
1,520,585
1,688,392
15,211,655
$ 16,900,047

151,641
1,846,177
1,997,818
17,953,196
$ 19,951,014

2017
Budget

455,856
19,071,463
50,000
19,577,319

184,972
1,961,507
2,146,479
17,430,840
19,577,319

Difference
$
%

791,164
20,817,797
50,000
21,658,961

335,308
1,746,334
$ 2,081,642

73.6%
9.2%
0.0%
10.6%

141,791
1,929,170
2,070,961
19,588,000
21,658,961

-23.3%
-1.6%
-3.5%
12.4%
10.6%

(43,181)
(32,337)
(75,518)
2,157,160
$ 2,081,642

Total Expenditures
$24

Millions

$22
$21.7

$20
$18
$16

$20.0

$19.6

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

$16.9

$14
$12
$10
2014 Actual

2017 Expenditures

Benefit Payments

90%

1%
9%

Personnel

Other Operating

Total = $21,658,961

129

2017 Budget

Health-Life Benefit (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Health-Life Fund Contribution
Charges for Goods & Services
Interest Earned
Total Operating Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Deferred Compensation
Wages
OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Miscellaneous
Total Other Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

177,533
16,673,859
48,655
$ 16,900,047

2,963,810
16,939,599
47,606
$ 19,951,014

118,890
4,758
123,648

107,638
4,305
111,942

2017
Budget

455,856
19,071,463
50,000
19,577,319

129,551
5,186
134,737

Difference
$
%

791,164
20,817,797
50,000
21,658,961

335,308
1,746,334
$ 2,081,642

99,878
3,998
103,876

9.2%
0.0%
10.6%

(29,673)
(1,188)
(30,861)

-22.9%
-22.9%
-22.9%

8,625

7,785

9,503

7,245

(2,258)

-23.8%

18,028
17,507
35,534
167,807

17,157
14,757
31,914
151,641

22,475
18,257
40,732
184,972

16,504
13,926
240
30,670
141,791

(5,971)
(4,331)
240
(10,062)
(43,181)

-26.6%
-23.7%

1,511,933
1,553
919
6,180
1,520,585

1,646,037
685
199,455
1,846,177

1,809,147
500
1,775
150,085
1,961,507

1,855,987
500
1,775
70,908
1,929,170

46,840
(79,177)
(32,337)

2.6%
0.0%
0.0%
-52.8%
-1.6%

15,211,655

17,953,196

17,430,840

19,588,000

2,157,160

12.4%

$ 16,900,047

$ 19,951,014

21,658,961

$ 2,081,642

10.6%

130

19,577,319

-24.7%
-23.3%

Workers' Compensation
To provide compensation benefits to City employees for injury or illness arising out of and in the course of employment with the
City of Sioux Falls as defined by state law, City ordinance, and labor contracts.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Workers' Compensation Fund Contribution
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

273,090
999,052
14,549
1,286,692

129,854
82,105
211,959
1,074,732
1,286,692

2016
Original Budget

1,300,000
(352)
1,299,648

130,877
115,028
245,905
811,701
1,057,605

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

182,129
1,300,000
5,000
1,487,129

136,731
1,300,000
5,000
$ 1,441,731

170,796
166,333
337,129
1,150,000
1,487,129

139,598
152,133
291,731
1,150,000
$ 1,441,731

(45,398)
(45,398)

-24.9%
0.0%
0.0%
-3.1%

(31,198)
(14,200)
(45,398)
(45,398)

-18.3%
-8.5%
-13.5%
0.0%
-3.1%

Total Expenditures

Millions

$2.0

$1.0

$1.5

$1.4

2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

$1.3
$1.1

$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2017 Expenditures
10%

Personnel
Other Operating
10%

80%
Benefit Payments

Total = $1,441,731

131

Workers' Compensation (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Workers' Compensation Fund Contribution $
Charges for Goods & Services
Interest Earned
Miscellaneous
Total Operating Sources
$
Expenditures
Fulltime
Part-time
Deferred Compensation
Wages

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

273,090
999,052
14,317
232
1,286,692

95,104
3,806
98,910

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,300,000
(352)
1,299,648

95,077
3,803
98,880

2017
Budget

Difference
$
%

182,129
1,300,000
5,000
1,487,129

136,731
1,300,000
5,000
$ 1,441,731

$ (45,398)
$ (45,398)

-24.9%
0.0%
0.0%

119,090
3,500
4,766
127,356

97,356
3,500
3,896
104,752

$ (21,734)
(870)
(22,604)

-18.3%
0.0%
-18.3%
-17.7%

-3.1%

7,234

7,252

9,486

7,897

(1,589)

-16.8%

16,421
7,288
23,709
129,854

18,618
6,115
13
24,745
130,877

22,811
11,143
33,954
170,796

20,747
6,034
168
26,949
139,598

(2,064)
(5,109)
168
(7,005)
(31,198)

-9.0%
-45.8%

67,142
238
900
8,580
5,243
3
82,105

91,769
3,040
15,911
4,302
5
115,028

138,938
2,295
18,950
6,150
166,333

127,938
2,295
15,500
6,400
152,133

(11,000)
(3,450)
250
(14,200)

-7.9%
0.0%

1,074,732

811,701

1,150,000

1,150,000

1,487,129

$ 1,441,731

$ (45,398)

1,286,692

1,057,605

132

-20.6%
-18.3%

-18.2%
4.1%
-8.5%
0.0%
-3.1%

Liability and Property Insurance


To protect the City's assets by providing coverage in the event of a liability or property loss.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Property Insurance Liability Fund Contribution $
Charges for Services
Other
Total Sources
$

1,337,467
589,390
1,926,858

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Expenditures

133,682
1,392,424
1,526,106

$
$

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

1,519,324
1,969,250
3,488,573

155,041
1,464,483
1,619,523

2017
Budget

84,435
1,545,504
10,000
1,639,939

$ 1,850,665
1,545,504
10,000
$ 3,406,169

$ 1,766,230
$ 1,766,230

2091.8%
0.0%
0.0%
107.7%

163,244
1,476,695
1,639,939

179,474
3,226,695
$ 3,406,169

Difference

16,230
1,750,000
$ 1,766,230

Total Expenditures
$4.0
Millions

$3.4
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0

$1.6

$1.5

$1.6

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

$2016 Original Budget

2017 Budget

2017 Expenditures

5% Personnel
95%
Other Operating

Total = $3,406,169

133

9.9%
118.5%
107.7%

Liability and Property Insurance (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Property Insurance Liability Fund Contribution
Departmental Sources
Charges for Goods & Services
Interest Earned
Other
Total Departmental Sources
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages

1,337,467
3,297
586,093
1,926,858
1,926,858

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Miscellaneous
Total Other Operating
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

90,359
2,020
3,614
95,993

2016
Original Budget

1,519,324
14,698
1,954,552
3,488,573
3,488,573

103,507
2,080
4,140
109,727

2017
Budget

Difference
%

84,435

$ 1,850,665

$ 1,766,230

2091.8%

1,545,504
10,000
1,555,504
$ 3,406,169

$ 1,766,230

0.0%
0.0%

1,545,504
10,000
1,555,504
1,639,939

110,073
1,140
4,404
115,617

118,556
1,140
4,743
124,439

8,483
339
8,822

0.0%
107.7%
7.7%
0.0%
7.7%
7.6%

6,950

7,947

8,327

8,949

622

7.5%

15,945
14,313
481
30,739
133,682

20,689
16,186
490
37,366
155,041

20,491
18,329
480
39,300
163,244

24,621
20,865
600
46,086
179,474

4,130
2,536
120
6,786
16,230

20.2%
13.8%
25.0%
17.3%
9.9%

1,212,881
172
6,057
2,877
36
170,401
1,392,424

1,200,178
1,695
7,304
2,612
22
252,672
1,464,483

1,235,000
2,295
7,000
7,400
225,000
1,476,695

1,235,000
2,295
1,750,000
7,000
7,400
225,000
3,226,695

0.0%
0.0%

1,750,000

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
118.5%

1,639,939

$ 3,406,169

$ 1,766,230

107.7%

1,526,106

1,619,523

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Technology Revolving
The Technology Revolving Fund centrally manages technology related expenses for all City Departments. The Information
Technology (IT) Department manages this fund to ensure that it provides a standards based approach to technology purchases and
meets the business objectives set forth by each department.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
General Services Revolving Fund Contribution
General Fund Contribution
Charges for Goods & Services
Miscellaneous
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating

Capital
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

800,000
1,840,054
9,073
2,649,128

99,104
2,331,042
2,430,146

8,763
2,438,909

2016
Original Budget

800,000
2,574,780
16,642
3,391,422

310
2,066,850
2,067,160

2,067,160

2017
Budget

1,229,200
800,000
2,480,865
4,000
4,514,065

4,310,912
4,310,912

203,153
4,514,065

Difference
$
%

2,144,844
800,000
2,890,171
4,000
5,839,015

915,644
409,306
$ 1,324,950

4,337,015
4,337,015

26,103
26,103

0.6%
0.6%

1,502,000
5,839,015

1,298,847
$ 1,324,950

639.3%
29.4%

Total Expenditures
$7.0
$6.0
$5.8

Millions

$5.0
$4.0

$4.5

$3.0
$2.0

$2.4

$2.1

$1.0
$2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures

Capital
26%

Other Operating

74%

Total = $5,839,015

135

2017 Budget

74.5%
0.0%
16.5%
0.0%
29.4%

Technology Revolving (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual

2015
Actual

Sources
General Services Revolving Fund Contribution $
General Fund Contribution
Charges for Goods & Services
Miscellaneous
Total Sources
$

800,000
1,840,054
9,073
2,649,128

Expenditures
Personnel Wages & Benefits
Professional Services
Rentals
Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Other Current
Total Other Operating

99,104
152,853
60,551
1,568
2,099,785
8,949
7,335
2,430,146

Capital Equipment
Total Expenditures

800,000
2,574,780
16,642
3,391,422

310
148,815
36,802
1,803,129
2,441
75,663
2,067,160

8,763
$

2,438,909

2016
Original Budget

2,067,160

136

2017
Budget

1,229,200
800,000
2,480,865
4,000
4,514,065

350,000
28,958
5,000
3,926,954
4,310,912

203,153
$

4,514,065

Difference
$
%

2,144,844
800,000
2,890,171
4,000
5,839,015

915,644
409,306
$ 1,324,950

30,000
5,000
4,302,015
4,337,015

(350,000)
1,042
375,061
26,103

74.5%
0.0%
16.5%
0.0%
29.4%

-100.0%
3.6%
0.0%
9.6%

0.6%

1,502,000

1,298,847

639.3%

5,839,015

$ 1,324,950

29.4%

Technology Revolving (continued)


Capital Program Detail
Description
Sources
User Fees
Total Sources
Other Capital Equipment Program
Servers, Blade, Storage
Switches, Routers & Equipment
Wireless Network Infrastructure
Total Other Capital Equipment Program
Total Capital Program

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Total Cost

$ 1,502,000

269,000

164,500

345,500

519,800

2,800,800

$ 1,502,000

269,000

164,500

345,500

519,800

2,800,800

570,000
411,000
521,000
1,502,000

39,000
68,000
162,000
269,000

8,000
81,000
75,500
164,500

154,000
107,000
84,500
345,500

294,000
225,800
519,800

771,000
961,000
1,068,800
2,800,800

$ 1,502,000

269,000

164,500

345,500

519,800

2,800,800

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Fiduciary Funds
Total Budget
$466,568,463
92%

6%
2%

Firefighters'
Pension
$9,394,745

Employees'
Retirement
$27,344,787

Employees Retirement ......................................................... 139


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Employees' Retirement System (General and Police)


To provide retirement benefits for participants and beneficiaries of the Employees' Retirement System.

Budget Overview

Sources
Contributions
Investment Income
Total Sources
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

$ 13,636,558
26,334,010
$ 39,970,568

$ 14,749,001
290,787
$ 15,039,789

129,753
1,048,389
1,178,142
17,138,324
$ 18,316,466

2016
Original Budget

135,670
1,272,820
1,408,490
19,056,568
$ 20,465,058

2017
Budget

14,946,717
27,927,155
42,873,872

143,177
1,115,799
1,258,976
24,006,631
25,265,607

Difference
$
%

15,361,280
26,961,502
42,322,782

149,822
1,408,918
1,558,740
25,786,047
27,344,787

414,563
(965,653)
(551,090)

6,645
293,119
299,764
1,779,416
$ 2,079,180

millions

Total Expenditures
$30
$28
$26
$24
$22
$20
$18
$16
$14
$12

$27.3
$25.3

$20.5
$18.3

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures

Benefit Payments

94%

5%

1%
Personnel

Other Operating

Total = $27,344,787

139

2017 Budget

2.8%
-3.5%
-1.3%

4.6%
26.3%
23.8%
7.4%
8.2%

Employees' Retirement System (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Interest Earned
Investment Income
Total Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Eligible Leave Payout
Deferred Compensation
Wages
OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Utilities
Total Other Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

$ 26,334,010
13,636,558
$ 39,970,568

290,787
14,749,001
$ 15,039,789

94,409
3,778
98,187

2016
Original Budget

97,744
3,909
101,653

27,927,155
14,946,717
42,873,872
102,496
4,103
106,599

2017
Budget
$
$
$

26,961,502
15,361,280
42,322,782
106,328
4,256
110,584

Difference
$
%
$
$
$

(965,653)
414,563
(551,090)

-3.5%
2.8%
-1.3%

3,832
153
3,985

3.7%
3.7%
3.7%

6,820

7,064

7,638

7,913

275

3.6%

15,296
9,449
24,745
129,753

17,501
9,452
26,953
135,670

19,257
9,683
28,940
143,177

20,276
10,813
236
31,325
149,822

1,019
1,130
236
2,385
6,645

5.3%
11.7%

1,047,924
53
125
287
1,048,389

1,271,998
509
313
1,272,820

1,115,099
200
500
1,115,799

1,408,218
200
500
1,408,918

293,119
293,119

26.3%
0.0%
0.0%

17,138,324

19,056,568

24,006,631

25,786,047

1,779,416

7.4%

$ 18,316,466

$ 20,465,058

27,344,787

$ 2,079,180

8.2%

140

25,265,607

8.2%
4.6%

26.3%

Firefighters' Pension
To provide retirement benefits for participants and beneficiaries of the Firefighters' Pension Fund.

Budget Overview
2014
Actual
Sources
Contributions
Investment Income
Total Sources

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Total Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

5,145,935
9,303,844
$ 14,449,780

78,729
444,140
522,869
6,849,658
7,372,527

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

5,575,204
218,345
5,793,549

82,915
501,307
584,223
7,200,424
7,784,646

2017
Budget

5,835,360
9,846,829
15,682,189

87,501
509,925
597,426
8,772,281
9,369,707

Difference
$
%

5,866,557
9,500,876
15,367,433

91,532
546,138
637,670
8,757,075
9,394,745

31,197
(345,953)
(314,756)

0.5%
-3.5%
-2.0%

4,031
36,213
40,244
(15,206)
25,038

4.6%
7.1%
6.7%
-0.2%
0.3%

Total Expenditures
$10
$9.4

Millions

$9.4
$8
$7.8
$6

$7.4

$4
$2
2014 Actual

2015 Actual

2016 Original Budget

2017 Expenditures

Benefit Payments

94%
1%
5%
Personnel
Other Operating

Total = $9,369,707

141

2017 Budget

Firefighters' Pension (continued)


Budget by Category
2014
Actual
Sources
Interest Earned
Investment Income
Total Operating Sources
Expenditures
Fulltime
Deferred Compensation
Wages

9,303,844
5,145,935
$ 14,449,780

OASI
Pension
Insurance
Allowances
Fringe Benefits
Total Personnel
Professional Services
Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Total Other Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures

57,735
2,310
60,045

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

218,345
5,575,204
5,793,549

60,181
2,407
62,588

2017
Budget

9,846,829
5,835,360
15,682,189

63,063
2,526
65,589

Difference
$
%

9,500,876
5,866,557
15,367,433

65,460
2,622
68,082

(345,953)
31,197
(314,756)

-3.5%
0.5%
-2.0%

2,397
96
2,493

3.8%
3.8%
3.8%

4,172

4,346

4,708

4,882

174

3.7%

9,466
5,046
14,512
78,729

10,927
5,056
15,982
82,915

12,024
5,180
17,204
87,501

12,673
5,770
125
18,568
91,532

649
590
125
1,364
4,031

5.4%
11.4%

443,995
20
125
444,140

500,942
366
501,307

507,950
250
1,725
509,925

544,163
250
1,725
546,138

36,213
36,213

7.1%
0.0%
0.0%
7.1%

6,849,658

7,200,424

8,772,281

8,757,075

(15,206)

-0.2%

25,038

0.3%

7,372,527

7,784,646

142

9,369,707

9,394,745

7.9%
4.6%

2017 / 2016 Expenditures Comparison Summary by Fund


Difference

2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

2017
Budget

$ 137,871,899

$ 146,760,098

$ 158,979,257

$ 158,926,887

(52,370)

0.0%

53,329,857

68,149,610

68,007,790

66,462,076

(1,545,714)

-2.3%

5,163,515
2,795,119
8,895,366
7,443,179
1,359
1,913,762
119,108
2,059,989
78,121
243,379,226

8,129,798
4,309,052
9,781,721
10,628,912
5,000
400
2,751,447
500,000
2,450,000
265,543,377

6,919,378
4,828,882
9,223,804
17,745,775
5,000
400
2,877,500
1,000,000
267,989,702

(1,210,420)
519,830
(557,917)
7,116,863
126,053
500,000
(2,450,000)
2,446,325

-14.9%

-100.0%
0.9%

7,839,076
2,283,778
8,469,892
35,540,390
26,907,537

9,347,199
14,435,902
9,131,021
39,031,025
62,398,455

8,868,084
20,239,877
9,469,338
34,700,561
46,247,354

(479,115)
5,803,975
338,316
(4,330,464)
(16,151,101)

-5.1%
40.2%
3.7%
-11.1%
-25.9%

6,132,076
19,951,014
1,057,605
2,067,160
1,619,523

8,995,822
19,577,319
1,487,129
4,514,065
1,639,939

9,968,139
21,658,961
1,441,731
5,839,015
3,406,169

972,317
2,081,642
(45,398)
1,324,950
1,766,230

10.8%
10.6%
-3.1%
29.4%
107.7%

20,465,058
7,784,646
140,117,755
$ 383,496,981

25,265,607
9,369,707
205,193,191
$ 470,736,567

27,344,787
9,394,745
198,578,761
$ 466,568,463

2,079,180
25,038
(6,614,430)
$ (4,168,104)

8.2%
0.3%
-3.2%
-0.9%

Appropriated Funds
Governmental (Tax-Supported) Funds
General Fund (Primary Operating)
Sales/Use Tax Fund

Other Governmental Funds


Entertainment Tax Fund
7,203,927
Railroad Relocation Fund
277,112
Community Development Fund
3,539,540
Transit Fund
7,373,271
Storm Drainage Fund
5,428,400
Big Sioux Environmental Fund
Library Memorial Fund
15,618
Cottam Memorial Fund
T.I.F. Fund
910,883
Flood Control Fund
2,974,083
Event Center Construction Fund
39,281,709
Culture & Recreation Bond Construction Fund
2,012,906
Total Appropriated
260,219,204
Non-Appropriated Funds
Proprietary (Fee-Supported) Funds
Enterprise Funds
Electric Light Fund
7,717,565
Public Parking Fund
1,725,547
Sanitary Landfill Fund
7,541,987
Water Fund
28,911,916
Water Reclamation Fund
25,695,256
Internal Service Funds
Fleet Revolving Fund
7,142,481
Health/Life Benefit Fund
16,900,047
Workers' Compensation Fund
1,286,692
Technology Revolving Fund
2,438,909
Insurance Liability Fund
1,526,106
Fiduciary Funds
Employees' Retirement System Fund
18,316,466
Firefighters' Pension Fund
7,372,527
Total Non-Appropriated Funds
126,575,499
Total All Funds (including transfers) $ 386,794,703

Enterprise
Funds

Other Govt'l
Funds

General
Fund

8%
34%

Enterprise
Funds

29%

8%

7%

12.1%
-5.7%
67.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.6%
100.0%

2017 Expenditures by Fund

2016 Expenditures by Fund


Other Govt'l
Funds

General
Fund

9%
34%

26%

9%

14%

8%

14%

Interna

Internal
Service
Funds

Fiduciary
Funds

Internal
Service
Funds

Sales/Use
Tax Fund

Enterp

Fiduciary
Funds

Total = $466,568,463

Total = $470,736,567

143

Sales/Use
Tax Fund

Other

2017 All Funds Summary


Appropriated Funds
Governmental (Tax-Supported) Funds

Revenues

General Fund (General Operating)

Sales/Use Tax Fund (General Capital)

156,830,525

Non-Appropriated Funds
Proprietary (Fee-Supported) Funds
Enterprise Funds (Utility)
Electric Light Fund
Public Parking Fund
Sanitary Landfill Fund
Water Fund
Water Reclamation Fund

Internal Service Funds


Fleet Revolving Fund
Health/Life Benefit Fund
Workers' Compensation Fund
Technology Revolving Fund
Insurance Liability Fund
Pension/Trust Funds
Employees' Retirement System Fund
Firefighters' Pension Fund
Total Non-Appropriated
Total All Funds (including transfers)

158,926,887

65,987,828

66,462,076

7,953,143

6,919,378

3,918,089
9,387,880
16,437,775
300
50
2,737,613
263,253,203

4,828,882
9,223,804
17,745,775
5,000
400
2,877,500
1,000,000
267,989,702

Entertainment Tax Fund


Other Governmental Funds
Community Development
Transit Fund
Storm Drainage Fund
Library Memorial Fund
Cottam Memorial Fund
T.I.F. Fund
Flood Control Fund
Total Appropriated

Expenditures

8,770,124
17,238,173
10,905,781
35,843,599
50,032,440

8,868,084
20,239,877
9,469,338
34,700,561
46,247,354

7,575,035
20,867,797
1,305,000
3,694,171
1,555,504

9,968,139
21,658,961
1,441,731
5,839,015
3,406,169

42,322,782
15,367,433

27,344,787
9,394,745

215,477,839

198,578,761

478,731,042

466,568,463

2017 Expenditures by Fund


Enterprise Funds
Other
Governmental
Funds

Internal Service
Funds

26%

9%

9%

8%

Fiduciary Funds

14%
Sales/Use Tax Fund

34%

General Fund

Total = $466,568,463

144

2017 All Funds Breakdown by Category

Revenues
Taxes

128,651,115

Licenses and Permits

Other
Governmental

Sales/Use Tax

General

62,713,328

Fiduciary &
Internal Service

Enterprise

19,069,467

Total 2017 Revenue


-

210,433,910

4,925,106

90,000

100

30,075

5,045,281

12,686,302

1,060,000

4,403,013

18,149,315

8,675,216

40,000

85,046,537

33,984,007

127,745,759

Fines and Forfeitures

650,000

515,251

1,165,251

Investment & Interest Earnings

211,500

113,416

929,005

36,571,378

37,825,299

Contributions

296,500

313,500

760,000

1,250,000

21,227,837

23,847,837

Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)

Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods & Services

734,786

1,811,000

2,935,747

2,199,249

104,500

7,785,282

Other Financing (Bond/SRF Notes)

5,092,500

32,820,000

37,912,500

Transfers In

8,020,607

800,000

8,820,607

Total Revenue all Funds

Expenditures

156,830,525

Other Operating

65,987,828

106,611,507

40,434,850

122,790,117

Other
Governmental

Sales/Use Tax

General

Personnel

92,687,722

Fiduciary &
Internal Service

Enterprise

2,103,429

16,534,293

478,731,042

Total 2017
Expenditures

3,241,960

128,491,190

44,778,273

20,215,195

29,822,958

12,284,757

107,101,182

Capital

47,533,084

18,442,828

53,160,000

7,949,800

127,085,712

Debt Service

18,178,992

839,287

18,287,964

37,306,242

75,000

55,281,122

55,356,122

Transfers Out

7,070,607

750,000

1,000,000

8,820,607

Miscellaneous

391,500

1,720,000

295,908

2,407,408

Benefit Payments

Total Expenditures all Funds

158,926,887

66,462,076

42,600,739

Charges for
Goods &
Services

Contributions
Transfers
Other

8%

119,525,214

79,053,547

466,568,463

2017 Expenditures by Category

2017 Revenue by Category


Investment/Interest

Benefit
Payments

Transfers Out
Misc.

Debt Service

5% 2% 2%

8%

12%

2% 1%

26%

Personnel

27%
27%

44%
4%
8%

Capital

1%

23%

Taxes

Intergovt'l
Loan
Proceeds Licenses &
Permits

25%

25%

Total = $478,731,042

Other
Operating

Total = $466,568,463

145

2017 Other Governmental Funds Summary


Entertainment
Tax
Revenues
Taxes
Intergovernmental
Charges for Services
Investment Revenue
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
Transfers In
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Capital
Total Expenditures

Community
Development

7,821,385
20,000
31,758
80,000
-

1,177,000
41,295
1,841,054
858,740

3,226,013
6,161,867

7,953,143

3,918,089

9,387,880

4,053,270

722,832
4,106,050

7,536,584

2,866,108

6,919,378

Total Revenues
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Capital
Debt Service
Transfers Out
Total Expenditures

Total Revenues
Expenditures
Other Operating
Capital
Transfers Out
Total Expenditures

9,223,804

Flood Control

8,530,482
100
40,000
1,014,693
760,000
5,092,500
1,000,000

2,717,600
20,000
13
-

16,437,775

2,737,613

1,380,597
2,173,891
13,889,500
301,787
-

2,340,000
537,500
-

1,000,000

17,745,775

2,877,500

1,000,000

Library Memorial
Revenues
Taxes
Investment Revenue
Contributions

4,828,882

1,687,220

Tax Increment
Financing

Storm Drainage
Revenues
Taxes
Licenses & Permits
Charges for Services
Investment Revenue
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
Contributions
Bond/Loan Proceeds
Transfers In

Transit

Cottam Memorial

300
-

50
-

300

50

5,000
-

400
-

5,000

400

146

2017 Enterprise Funds Summary

Electric Light
Revenues
Charges for Services
$
Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Investment Revenue
Contributions
Misc. (Assessments, Rentals, Other)
SRF/Bond Proceeds
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Miscellaneous
Capital
Debt Service
Total Expenditures
Net Change (Cash Flow)
Adjustments for Net Income
Principal Payments
SRF/Bond Proceeds
Capital
Depreciation
Net Income

Sanitary
Landfill

Public Parking

8,714,767
400
40,000
14,957
-

2,399,173
505,500
10,000
3,500
14,320,000

10,690,991
29,000
40
85,000
100,750
-

Water

Water
Reclamation

34,904,901
9,311
299,387
630,000
-

$ 28,336,705
1,075
494,618
1,250,000
1,450,042
18,500,000

8,770,124

17,238,173

10,905,781

35,843,599

50,032,440

1,526,234
6,401,851
940,000
-

950,085
936,527
20,000
18,055,000
278,265

2,309,999
5,188,338
200,000
1,771,000
-

6,522,901
11,629,952
8,682,000
7,865,709

5,225,074
5,666,290
1,500,000
23,712,000
10,143,990

8,868,084

20,239,877

9,469,338

34,700,561

46,247,354

(97,961)

(3,001,704)

1,436,443

1,143,038

3,785,086

940,000
(1,458,557)

(14,320,000)
18,055,000
(543,520)

1,771,000
(2,243,764)

4,885,783
8,682,000
(7,866,561)

9,029,571
(18,500,000)
23,712,000
(12,066,810)

(616,518)

189,776

963,679

6,844,259

2017 Enterprise Funds Expenditures by Category


Personnel

Debt Service

14%

15%

21%
45%
Capital

25% Other Operating

17%
29%1%

33%

Miscellaneous

Total = $119,525,214

147

5,959,847

2017 Internal Service Funds / Fiduciary Funds Summary


Internal Service Funds
Health/Life
Benefit

Fleet Revolving
Revenues
Charges for Services
Investment Revenue
Other Revenue
Transfers In

Total Revenues

7,430,535
40,000
104,500
-

Workers'
Compensation

20,817,797
50,000
-

1,300,000
5,000
-

Technology
Revolving

2,890,171
4,000
800,000

Insurance
Liability

1,545,504
10,000
-

7,575,035

20,867,797

1,305,000

3,694,171

1,555,504

2,539,743
980,596
6,447,800
-

141,791
1,858,262
70,908
19,588,000

139,598
152,133
1,150,000

4,337,015
1,502,000
-

179,474
3,001,695
225,000
-

Total Expenditures

9,968,139

21,658,961

1,441,731

5,839,015

3,406,169

Net Change (Cash Flow)

(2,393,104)

(2,144,844)

(1,850,665)

Adjustments for Net Income


Capital
Depreciation

6,447,800
(2,890,568)

Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Miscellaneous
Capital
Benefit Payments

Net Income

(791,164)

(136,731)

1,164,128

(791,164)

(136,731)

Fiduciary Funds
Employees'
Retirement
Revenues
Investment Income
Contributions

Total Revenues
Expenditures
Personnel
Other Operating
Benefit Payments
Total Expenditures
Net Change in Fund Balance

26,961,502
15,361,280

Firefighters'
Pension
$

9,500,876
5,866,557

42,322,782

15,367,433

149,822
1,408,918
25,786,047

91,532
546,138
8,757,075

27,344,787

9,394,745

14,977,995

148

5,972,688

1,502,000
(71,021)
$

(713,865)

(1,850,665)

General Fund (Revenue by Category Comparison)


2014
Actual
Revenues
Taxes
Property (Growth 3.7%, CPI 0.0%)
Sales/Use (4% - 2016, 4% - 2017)
Frontage
Lodging
Business Improvement Districts
Amusement
Penalties and Interest
Total Taxes

2015
Actual

$ 51,025,183
54,863,132
4,628,820
847,049
1,851,167
13,092
113,383
113,341,826

2016
Original Budget

53,344,081
58,087,990
4,600,328
955,585
1,955,179
10,164
90,130
119,043,458

56,215,561
62,125,914
4,643,868
1,219,750
2,334,692
13,500
100,000
126,653,285

Difference

2017
Budget

57,563,195
62,713,328
4,691,650
1,219,750
2,349,692
13,500
100,000
128,651,115

1,347,634
587,414
47,782
15,000
1,997,830

2.4%
0.9%
1.0%
0.0%
0.6%
0.0%
0.0%
1.6%

Licenses and Permits

5,113,607

5,891,551

5,116,736

4,925,106

(191,630)

-3.7%

Intergovernmental
Federal and State Grants

4,794,016

5,189,796

5,313,776

5,486,551

172,775

3.3%

State Shared Revenue


Motor Vehicle Licenses
Bank Franchise Tax
Liquor Tax Reversion
Health License Reversion
Fire Insurance Premium Reversion
Port of Entry Fees
Total State Shared Revenue

2,828,004
904,928
851,373
140,340
467,098
72,897
5,264,640

2,904,473
837,498
963,089
177,670
496,898
73,952
5,453,580

3,448,094
800,000
920,736
155,000
465,000
70,000
5,858,830

3,448,094
700,000
992,581
159,000
511,800
75,000
5,886,475

(100,000)
71,845
4,000
46,800
5,000
27,645

0.0%
-12.5%
7.8%
2.6%
10.1%
7.1%
0.5%

County Shared Revenues


Wheel Tax
Contributions
Total County Shared Revenues

163,086
1,035,272
1,198,358

167,862
1,050,086
1,217,948

165,000
1,109,456
1,274,456

165,000
1,148,276
1,313,276

38,820
38,820

0.0%
3.5%
3.0%

11,257,014

11,861,325

12,447,063

12,686,302

239,240

1.9%

6,074,482
572,023
287,741
1,327,978

5,072,511
653,200
416,005
1,124,895

7,105,039
745,240
211,500
1,285,571

8,675,216
650,000
211,500
1,031,286

1,570,177
(95,240)
(254,285)

22.1%
-12.8%
0.0%
-19.8%

137,974,671

144,062,944

153,564,433

156,830,525

3,266,091

2.1%

(3,318,461)

-61.3%

Total Intergovernmental
Charges for Goods and Services
Fines and Forfeitures
Investment Revenue
Other
Total Revenues
Use of Reserves
Total General Fund Sources

2,697,155

5,414,824

$ 137,974,671

$ 146,760,098

$ 158,979,257

2,096,362
$

158,926,887

General Fund 2017 Sources by Category

Taxes

81%
3%

3%

Licenses and Permits

8%
Intergovernmental

6%
1%
1%
Charges for Goods and Services
Use of Unreserved Fund Balance
Other

Total = $158,926,887

149

(52,370)

0.0%

General Fund (Expenditures by Department Comparison)


2014
Actual
Expenditures
General Government:
Mayor
City Council
Attorney
Human Resources
Finance
Facilities Management
Technology
Multimedia Support

Total General Government

486,805
1,432,756
1,514,218
1,400,287
2,300,093
2,629,310
2,945,098
1,680,651

2015
Actual

2016
Original Budget

529,895
1,248,982
1,611,802
1,462,764
2,600,444
2,732,090
3,263,792
1,740,244

580,726
1,579,936
1,829,593
1,524,449
2,889,738
2,118,644
3,486,385
1,909,906

Difference
$
%

2017
Budget

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,860,237
4,047,220
1,978,328

(155,612)
(178,987)
128,839
(49,935)
516,877
(258,407)
560,835
68,422

-26.8%
-11.3%
7.0%
-3.3%
17.9%
-12.2%
16.1%
3.6%

14,389,218

15,190,013

15,919,377

16,551,409

632,033

4.0%

22,524,449
30,031,803

25,558,280
31,572,267

26,232,082
33,113,325

26,235,832
34,212,142

3,750
1,098,817

0.0%
3.3%

52,556,252

57,130,548

59,345,407

60,447,974

1,102,567

1.9%

Highways and Streets:


Highways and Streets

23,420,694

24,407,469

25,795,513

25,221,825

(573,688)

-2.2%

Total Highways and Streets

23,420,694

24,407,469

25,795,513

25,221,825

(573,688)

-2.2%

Public Health (Health Department)

10,146,920

10,662,931

11,775,478

12,257,768

482,289

4.1%

Culture and Recreation:


Siouxland Libraries
Parks and Recreation
Museum

6,301,074
14,857,493
524,813

6,611,144
15,635,862
518,610

8,253,710
17,513,332
556,565

7,311,915
18,232,312
587,500

(941,795)
718,979
30,935

-11.4%
4.1%
5.6%

Total Culture and Recreation

21,683,380

22,765,616

26,323,607

26,131,726

(191,881)

-0.7%

Urban and Economic Development:


Urban Management
Economic Development

4,914,879
4,135,110

5,070,746
4,806,417

5,699,515
5,702,081

5,954,510
5,291,068

254,994
(411,013)

4.5%
-7.2%

9,049,989

9,877,163

11,401,596

11,245,578

(156,019)

-1.4%

800,000
927,641
4,897,806

800,000
722,641
5,203,718

800,000
350,000
1,856,411
5,411,867

800,000
858,740
5,411,867

(350,000)
(997,671)
-

0.0%
-53.7%
0.0%

(1,347,671)

-16.0%

(52,370)

0.0%

Public Safety:
Fire
Police
Total Public Safety

Total Urban and Economic Development


Transfers Out
Technology Revolving
Sales Tax Fund
Community Development
Transit
Total Transfers
Total Expenditures

6,625,447

6,726,359

8,418,278

7,070,607

$ 137,871,899

$ 146,760,098

$ 158,979,257

$ 158,926,887

2017 General Fund Expenditures


Economic Development

Highways & Streets


Museum
0.4%

16%

3%

8%

Health
Libraries
5%

Police 22%

11% Parks & Recreation


4%
4%
17%

10%

Urban Management
Transfers

Fire

General Government

Total = $158,926,887

150

General Fund (Expenditures Comparative Budget by Program)


2014
Actual
Expenditures
General Government:
Mayor
City Council
Attorney
Human Resources
Finance
Facilities Management
Technology (IT)
Multimedia Support
Total General Government
Public Safety:
Fire
Fire Services
Fire Prevention
Emergency Preparedness
Facilities
Total
Police
Uniformed Services
Investigation
Crime Lab
Metro Communications
Facilities
Records
Animal Control
Total
Total Public Safety

486,805
1,432,756
1,514,218
1,400,287
2,300,093
2,629,310
2,945,098
1,680,651
14,389,218

2015
Actual

529,895
1,248,982
1,611,802
1,462,764
2,600,444
2,732,090
3,263,792
1,740,244
15,190,013

2016
Budget

580,726
1,579,936
1,829,593
1,524,449
2,889,738
2,118,644
3,486,385
1,909,906
15,919,377

Difference
$
%

2017
Budget

425,114
1,400,949
1,958,432
1,474,514
3,406,615
1,860,237
4,047,220
1,978,328
16,551,409

(155,612)
(178,987)
128,839
(49,935)
516,877
(258,407)
560,835
68,422
632,033

-26.8%
-11.3%
7.0%
-3.3%
17.9%
-12.2%
16.1%
3.6%
4.0%

20,056,143
1,562,869
251,599
653,838
22,524,449

22,420,394
1,731,450
283,312
1,123,125
25,558,280

23,176,580
1,718,520
302,726
1,034,255
26,232,082

23,224,562
1,885,348
319,645
806,277
26,235,832

47,981
166,828
16,919
(227,978)
3,750

0.0%

22,351,842
4,000,712
562,321
874,662
481,915
978,076
782,275
30,031,803
52,556,252

23,648,073
3,916,370
789,177
910,123
597,839
997,292
713,394
31,572,267
57,130,548

24,220,411
4,389,530
1,092,281
942,469
610,808
1,080,566
777,261
33,113,325
59,345,407

25,285,616
4,324,385
1,130,685
942,469
574,643
1,067,149
887,194
34,212,142
60,447,974

1,065,205
(65,145)
38,405
(36,165)
(13,416)
109,934
1,098,817
1,102,567

3.3%
1.9%

Highways and Streets:


Engineering
Steet Winter
Street Maintenance
Facilities
Total Highways and Streets

7,343,997
7,571,921
8,500,637
4,139
23,420,694

7,355,204
7,152,216
9,599,596
300,453
24,407,469

8,510,071
8,287,567
8,931,599
66,276
25,795,513

7,842,747
7,674,150
9,367,460
337,468
25,221,825

(667,325)
(613,417)
435,861
271,193
(573,688)

-2.2%

Public Health:
Community Health Center
Health Safety & Enforcement
Community Health & Wellness
Total Public Health

7,531,062
2,615,857
10,146,920

8,204,546
2,458,385
10,662,931

9,159,963
2,315,690
299,826
11,775,478

9,494,429
2,444,621
318,717
12,257,768

334,466
128,932
18,892
482,289

4.1%

Culture and Recreation:


Siouxland Libraries
Collections
Operations
Technology
Program Support
Facilities
Total
Parks and Recreation
Parks & Playgrounds
Aquatics
Outdoor Sports
Community Centers
Zoo
External Propery Maintenance
Forestry
External Special Events
Music & Theater
Facilities (office & shop)
Recreation
Operations/Maintenance
Special Events
Total

118,316
5,075,005
406,051
48,697
653,005
6,301,074

116,077
5,132,854
589,163
65,857
707,193
6,611,144

149,500
5,596,131
481,111
117,100
1,909,868
8,253,710

150,500
5,802,394
511,203
89,100
758,718
7,311,915

1,000
206,263
30,092
(28,000)
(1,151,150)
(941,795)

509,702
3,365,354
10,697,087
285,349
14,857,493

6,359,461
1,784,405
2,494,717
1,505,924
1,754,033
592,597
585,478
217,630
332,641
8,977
15,635,862

5,696,196
2,884,413
3,228,099
1,822,865
1,884,538
581,157
770,309
309,597
310,916
25,242
17,513,332

5,728,021
3,652,321
2,951,320
1,978,127
1,815,290
830,426
617,018
327,792
300,621
31,375
18,232,312

31,825
767,908
(276,780)
155,262
(69,248)
249,269
(153,291)
18,195
(10,295)
6,133
718,979

4.1%

Siouxland Heritage Museum


Total Culture and Recreation

524,813
21,683,380

518,610
22,765,616

556,565
26,323,607

587,500
26,131,726

30,935
(191,881)

5.6%
-0.7%

151

-11.4%

General Fund (Expenditures Comparative Budget by Program)


2014
Actual
Urban and Economic Development:
Urban Management
Planning and Zoning
Building Services
Total
Economic Development
Economic Development
Community Outreach
Promoting, Branding and Marketing
Downtown Development
Total
Total Urban & Economic Development
Transfers Out
Technology Revolving
Sales Tax Fund
Affordable Housing
Transit
Total Transfers Out
Total Expenditures

2015
Actual

2016
Budget

Difference
$
%

2017
Budget

1,840,124
3,074,755
4,914,879

1,803,464
3,267,281
5,070,746

1,949,869
3,749,646
5,699,515

1,951,095
4,003,415
5,954,510

1,226
253,769
254,994

4.5%

624,650
138,734
2,932,134
439,592
4,135,110
9,049,989

715,219
461,787
3,147,822
481,589
4,806,417
9,877,163

803,093
603,294
3,839,866
455,828
5,702,081
11,401,596

774,968
112,043
3,910,342
493,715
5,291,068
11,245,578

(28,125)
(491,250)
70,475
37,887
(411,013)
(156,019)

-7.2%
-1.4%

800,000
927,641
4,897,806
6,625,447

800,000
722,641
5,203,718
6,726,359

800,000
350,000
1,856,411
5,411,867
8,418,278

800,000
858,740
5,411,867
7,070,607

(350,000)
(997,671)
(1,347,671)

-16.0%

137,871,899

146,760,098

152

158,979,257

158,926,887

(52,370)

0.0%

General Fund Expenditures Comparative Budget Detail in Total


2014
Actual
Personnel Services
Fulltime
Overtime
Standby
Part-time
Wages Other Departments
Paid Benefits
Deferred Compensation
OASI
Pension
SDRS
Worker's Compensation
Heatlh Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
Uniform Allowance
Mileage Allowance
Cell Phone Allowance
Total Personnel Services
Professional Services
Medical Providers
Property, Liability
Consultants
Occupational Physicals
Other
Interpreter Services
Promoting/Publishing /Advertising
Legal
Technology Services
Security Services
Credit Card Fees
Collection Services
Claim Processing
Hazardous Waste
Program Support
Management Agreements
Snow Removal Contractors
Inspection, Monitoring, and Testing
Postal Services
Code Enforcement
Call Support
Training Instructors
Electronic Database and Online Resources
Audit Services
Demolition
Music
Employee Assistance
Theatre
Instructors
Accreditation
Veterinary
Temp Staff
Utility Locates
Towing
Document Shredding
Filing Fees
Traffic Control
Courier and Drop Box Services
Credit Bureau
Laundry Services
Document Imaging
Elections
Drug and Alcohol Testing
Engineering & Testing
Code Enforcement - Vegetation
Records & Reports
Non-Profit Service Contracts
Pass Through Tax
County Service Contract
School District Service Contract
Arts
Total Professional Services

55,084,877
2,069,607
125,098
5,311,019
287,375
1,705,392
605,465
2,993,045
12,705,676
252,298
859,208
8,002,601
747,927
150,858
365,312
13,279
49,084
91,328,119
1,029,606
875,346
465,441
159,771
126,657
243,881
123,671
74,304
148,818
50,329
65,517
46,626
29,278
5,830
5,541,467
3,032,574
370,768
208,745
152,662
127,880
136,787
54,795
234,969
58,000
20,651
33,792
40,182
20,689
11,385
1,371
10,504
30,883
5,810
12,626
3,279
2,718
2,599
2,386
1,728
1,167
158,787
75,305
43,832
13,843,414

2015
Actual
$

58,041,641
2,297,861
130,072
5,119,349
252,626
1,007,638
618,274
3,097,349
13,678,250
581,096
1,168,872
8,320,555
769,524
155,281
373,951
13,279
52,560
95,678,178
852,889
920,782
511,711
135,823
42,198
255,065
175,615
34,373
282,347
125,043
73,647
62,625
36,574
17,083
5,958,452
3,156,167
1,523,216
417,757
166,303
67,734
137,476
59,756
88,998
58,225
26,953
22,543
19,915
10,100
10,686
9,483
15,521
4,953
9,501
4,022
3,327
11,835
199
1,349
1,114
895
80,498
74,325
31,831
486
15,499,393

153

2016
Budget
$

Difference

2017
Budget

64,312,254
1,782,897
112,573
6,089,817
165,000
932,351
694,432
3,342,719
12,743,897
728,305
1,168,872
9,313,783
837,929
162,798
407,620
13,214
58,506
102,866,968

$ 65,396,349
2,068,975
124,930
6,560,299
165,000
1,078,108
682,958
3,396,279
13,129,350
970,257
1,168,872
10,363,774
849,151
158,296
425,020
13,200
60,689
106,611,507

922,846
919,015
666,600
163,365
85,600
281,310
258,183
171,750
202,779
130,303
90,287
51,700
36,000
11,850
703,019
3,253,290
1,081,700
501,629
171,955
150,300
149,132
109,750
126,000
67,725
50,000
39,919
24,000
19,620
17,270
4,900
11,500
4,300
6,950
6,750
4,200
3,500
3,000
2,520
2,000
1,600
1,000
137,594
85,800
51,000
1,284,588
4,128,442
232,500
207,000
56,000
16,692,041

1,033,726
912,045
590,600
150,465
86,000
310,130
208,600
137,375
191,050
125,446
95,200
72,100
45,490
12,450
265,514
3,254,956
1,001,700
516,205
188,093
135,300
151,918
112,575
119,430
69,725
40,000
31,258
24,000
19,620
37,020
9,400
12,500
5,750
8,750
6,200
3,500
3,000
2,000
1,600
2,000
85,800
41,000
3,500
1,687,266
3,851,446
157,500
103,500
77,000
15,999,704

$
$

1,084,096
286,078
12,357
470,482
145,757
(11,474)
53,560
385,453
241,952
1,049,991
11,222
(4,502)
17,400
(14)
2,183
3,744,540

1.7%
16.0%
11.0%
7.7%
0.0%
15.6%
-1.7%
1.6%
3.0%
33.2%
0.0%
11.3%
1.3%
-2.8%
4.3%
-0.1%
3.7%
3.6%

110,880
(6,970)
(76,000)
(12,900)
400
28,820
(49,583)
(34,375)
(11,729)
(4,857)
4,913
20,400
9,490
600
(437,505)
1,666
(80,000)
14,576
16,138
(15,000)
2,786
2,825
(6,570)
2,000
(10,000)
(8,661)
19,750
4,500
1,000
(4,300)
(1,200)
2,000
2,000
(2,520)
1,000
(137,594)
(10,000)
3,500
402,678
(276,996)
(75,000)
(103,500)
21,000
(692,337)

12.0%
-0.8%
-11.4%
-7.9%
0.5%
10.2%
-19.2%
-20.0%
-5.8%
-3.7%
5.4%
39.5%
26.4%
5.1%
-62.2%
0.1%
-7.4%
2.9%
9.4%
-10.0%
1.9%
2.6%
-5.2%
3.0%
-20.0%
-21.7%
0.0%
0.0%
114.4%
91.8%
8.7%
-100.0%
-17.3%
29.6%
47.6%
0.0%
0.0%
-100.0%
0.0%
0.0%
100.0%
-100.0%
0.0%
-19.6%
31.3%
-6.7%
-32.3%
-50.0%
37.5%
-4.1%

General Fund Expenditures Comparative Budget Detail in Total


2014
Actual

2015
Actual

2016
Budget

2017
Budget

Difference
$

Rentals
Fleet Maintenance
Property
Technology Equipment
Equipment
Copier
Parking
Other Rentals
Fleet/Motor Pool Mileage
Mileage Reimbursement
Inflatables
Outside Fleet
Total Rentals

2,120,111
160,479
1,318,286
741,962
162,192
163,931
37,615
17,022
15,183
5,874
4,742,656

1,936,301
182,375
1,931,112
1,115,733
154,464
103,792
30,627
22,733
19,176
5,595
5,501,907

2,295,226
165,754
1,700,419
1,040,360
164,180
145,255
65,500
25,314
16,800
9,201
5,628,009

2,317,475
169,040
1,910,264
1,042,240
190,311
215,352
34,900
25,314
17,800
5,840
55,200
5,983,736

22,249
3,286
209,845
1,880
26,132
70,097
(30,600)
1,000
(3,361)
55,200
355,728

1.0%
2.0%
12.3%
0.2%
15.9%
48.3%
-46.7%
0.0%
6.0%
-36.5%

Repair & Maintenance


Fleet Vehicles
Other Grounds
Other Equipment
Traffic Signals
Technology Network
Remodels and Other Building Repairs
Tuck-pointing
Traffic Striping
Other Vehicles
Street Lights
Asphalt
Concrete and Pavement
Cleaning
Small Field Equipment and Tools
Trees and Flowers
Plumbing
Athletic
Painting
Grounds Snow Removal
Landscape
Fertilizer
Electric
Equipment Maintenance Warranty
Windows and Doors
Grass Seed
HVAC
Lumber
Herbicide
Flooring
Fire Prevention Sprinkler and Alarms
Tires
Lighting
Concrete
Roof
Mulch
General Grounds Maintenance and Cleaning
Oil and Lubricants
Elevators
SCBA Equipment
Pump
Aggregate, Rock, Sand
Pest Control
Firearms and Weapons
Automatic External Defoliators (AED's)
EMS Equipment
Emergency Response Equipment
Licensed Vehicles
Mowing
Generator
Tac Oil
Public Access Defibrillators
Furniture
Station Supplies
Bridges
Small Office Equipment
Wells

3,055,832
143,594
278,987
188,011
27,429
1,066,360
103,301
404,596
76,613
98,229
366,519
44,716
105,411
92,275
83,155
107,544
59,928
82,512
96,286
83,703
66,379
110,269
56,167
64,295
165,607
20,852
16,081
25,351
50,006
27,981
81,009
17,481
184,387
22,901
12,504
12,179
10,214
5,712
74,060
10,001
3,421
1,580
212,782
18,485
13,633
4,542
7,525
16,214
861
849
2,317
12

3,247,992
39,910
176,187
214,367
76,265
1,305,186
647,216
455,240
46,422
372,232
116,166
114,284
142,485
87,042
78,704
218,759
67,991
79,302
114,673
46,433
56,830
145,549
91,655
85,488
57,126
139,054
11,885
50,393
69,309
96,371
16,998
37,279
16,732
34,162
53,345
28,537
14,604
10,744
38,649
5,239
67,121
13,163
10,132
1,030
180
1,297
304,058
32,824
1,017
4,814
690
33,880
23,360
1,454
139

2,656,026
226,373
250,979
310,660
51,000
1,699,000
225,000
524,000
105,700
517,926
188,000
195,950
112,601
147,314
111,105
106,705
66,954
75,417
99,500
128,921
78,600
99,132
95,700
112,000
75,438
107,198
23,896
54,400
132,470
79,688
28,600
25,682
24,009
132,480
27,350
36,950
20,372
13,568
21,940
13,437
25,000
9,325
6,000
16,500
8,250
269,310
12,700
4,500
5,350
14,000
2,500
15,000
1,800
2,000

3,502,924
89,050
147,827
259,375
50,000
219,000
110,000
524,000
5,700
546,822
188,000
178,150
510,397
156,982
83,915
133,705
96,000
114,000
99,500
13,200
27,000
125,500
145,710
119,800
24,020
117,795
18,296
45,000
122,322
80,187
20,275
5,259
159,800
25,000
43,042
772
15,354
21,240
7,100
22,000
9,825
3,000
18,750
8,250
600
75,400
6,500
5,350
9,900
2,500
28,700
1,800
2,000

846,898
(137,323)
(103,152)
(51,285)
(1,000)
(1,480,000)
(115,000)
(100,000)
28,896
(17,800)
397,796
9,668
(27,190)
27,000
29,046
38,583
(115,721)
(51,600)
26,368
50,010
7,800
(51,418)
10,597
(5,600)
(9,400)
(10,148)
499
(28,600)
(5,407)
(18,750)
27,320
(2,350)
6,092
(19,600)
1,786
(700)
(6,337)
(3,000)
500
(3,000)
2,250
(268,710)
62,700
2,000
(4,100)
13,700
-

31.9%
-60.7%
-41.1%
-16.5%
-2.0%
-87.1%
-51.1%
0.0%
-94.6%
5.6%
0.0%
-9.1%
353.3%
6.6%
-24.5%
25.3%
43.4%
51.2%
0.0%
-89.8%
-65.6%
26.6%
52.3%
7.0%
-68.2%
9.9%
-23.4%
-17.3%
-7.7%
0.6%
-100.0%
-21.1%
-78.1%
20.6%
-8.6%
16.5%
-96.2%
13.2%
-3.2%
-47.2%
-12.0%
5.4%
-50.0%

154

6.3%

13.6%
0.0%
-99.8%
493.7%
44.4%
0.0%
-29.3%
0.0%
91.3%
0.0%
0.0%

General Fund Expenditures Comparative Budget Detail in Total


2014
Actual
Antique Vehicles
Security Alarms
Grounds Lighting
Heavy Equipment
Athletic Equipment
Water Meter
Technology Equipment
Landscape Equipment
Fountains
Water Mains
Valves
Ramps and Lots
Playgrounds
Fencing
Picnic Tables & Benches
Irrigation
Miscellaneous
Gun Range Equipment
Other Infrastructure
Arts
Wood Fiber
Protective Clothing and Equipment
Total Repair & Maintenance
Supplies & Materials
Software Annual Maintenance and Support
Pharmaceuticals and Immunizations
Office
General Clinic Supplies
Traffic Signs, Cones and Flags
Computers and Printers
Library Collection Materials
Small Miscellaneous Supplies
Road Salt
Unleaded
Diesel
Dyed Diesel
SCBA Equipment
New Software and Major Upgrades
Liquid De-Icer
Other Program Supplies
Small Field Equipment and Tools
Other Chemicals
Fire Turnout Gear
Uniforms
Other Equipment
Firearms and Weapons
Protective Clothing and Equipment
Furniture and Fixtures
Ammunition
Activity Guides
Chlorine
Other
Public Resource and Education
Boards, Meetings and Acknowledgements
Road Aggregate
Copy Charges
Awards
Radios
Sports Equipment
Fire Station Supplies
Paper Products
Fire Hose
Printer and Plotter
Cleaner and Chemicals
Fire Rescue Equipment
Technology Hardware Maintenance & Warranty
Bits
Smoke Alarms
Emergency Response Equipment
First Aid
Other Shop Supplies

2015
Actual

4,220
2,785
8,618
2,433
2,739
630
2,600
27,344
3,839
87
702
3,153
5,794
10,452
6,126
974
7,963,153

304
21,581
37,999
19,124
130
3,569
60,630
6,593
15,137
26,007
11,521
47,394
61
1,000
9,453,018

2016
Budget
1,500
20,500
4,900
3,500
36,000
5,000
23,800
10,000
33,800
6,050
35,000
300
9,574,626

745,791
251,620
221,888
235,671
68,009
182,515
36,817
22,775
1,416,544
852,674
72,430
971,456
9,465
119,194
380,416
207,983
320,452
252,736
45,598
113,933
84,399
86,663
131,617
226,881
103,391
75,041
96
39,080
26,904
66,893
12,689
38,934
36,810
36,906
13,790
1,794
35,698
19,299
202
18,032
10,712
41,456
13,199
10,855
17,969
32,582

842,505
284,348
203,372
224,829
92,311
97,226
29,331
37,136
614,265
763,117
70,682
615,379
603,606
327,859
252,717
241,019
267,682
246,742
204,600
166,603
50,584
202,746
126,939
288,816
88,503
75,141
52,007
2,647
39,159
89,074
19,306
45,648
52,983
36,734
3,001
51,619
21,436
3,666
86,364
25,104
29,823
41
19,242
21,765
25,970
20,967

1,153,515
319,859
327,483
257,052
88,900
110,322
30,000
6,000
1,235,000
811,377
126,853
863,880
260,150
293,596
390,000
366,616
307,665
308,288
104,000
177,463
135,401
143,907
229,130
122,611
90,900
83,000
83,100
68,253
73,440
61,050
21,476
48,653
88,199
63,656
16,530
28,298
28,900
150
27,870
23,005
26,420
22,968
20,800
22,536
23,479
15,035

155

14,500
6,800
3,500
36,000
10,000
25,000
13,000
43,500
9,550
42,000
25,000
7,900
8,583,344

Difference
$
%
(1,500)
-100.0%
(6,000)
-29.3%
1,900
38.8%
0.0%
0.0%
5,000
100.0%
1,200
5.0%
3,000
30.0%
9,700
28.7%
3,500
57.9%
7,000
20.0%
25,000
7,600
2533.3%
(991,282)
-10.4%

1,201,293
319,502
291,859
257,052
92,700
85,775
28,500
5,200
1,107,000
697,663
92,182
820,000
99,711
390,000
358,265
282,027
247,210
104,000
143,410
33,200
128,502
247,298
110,155
94,650
88,000
154,000
64,875
89,250
61,050
3,325
44,460
10,299
89,650
16,530
33,310
29,900
150
72,211
22,968
33,000
35,155
45,997
20,835

47,778
(357)
(35,624)
3,800
(24,547)
(1,500)
(800)
(128,000)
(113,714)
(34,671)
(43,880)
(260,150)
(193,885)
(8,351)
(25,638)
(61,078)
(34,053)
(102,201)
(15,405)
18,168
(12,456)
3,750
5,000
70,900
(3,378)
15,810
(18,151)
(4,193)
(77,900)
25,994
5,012
1,000
44,341
(23,005)
(26,420)
12,200
12,619
22,518
5,800

2017
Budget

4.1%
-0.1%
-10.9%
0.0%
4.3%
-22.3%
-5.0%
-13.3%
-10.4%
-14.0%
-27.3%
-5.1%
-100.0%
-66.0%
0.0%
-2.3%
-8.3%
-19.8%
0.0%
-19.2%
-75.5%
-10.7%
7.9%
-10.2%
4.1%
6.0%
85.3%
-4.9%
21.5%
0.0%
-84.5%
-8.6%
-88.3%
40.8%
0.0%
17.7%
3.5%
0.0%
159.1%
-100.0%
-100.0%
0.0%
58.7%
56.0%
95.9%
38.6%

General Fund Expenditures Comparative Budget Detail in Total


Foams Absorbents and Clean up Materials
Other EMS Supplies
Pool Chemicals
AED
Airway
ALS
Music
Flags
Softener Salt
Fire Wildland Equipment
Concession
Other Clothing
Carbon Dioxide
Propane
Grounds/Lawn Equipment
Athletic/Fitness Equipment
TV, Projector, Smartboard
Pipe
Election
Inventory Adjustment
Janitorial / Shop
Network Equipment
Total Supplies & Materials
Training & Education
Subscriptions and Publications
Training/ Travel Out-of-State
Training/ Travel In-State
Membership and Dues
Certification
Education/Conference
Training Other
Total Training & Education

Utilities
Telephone
Natural Gas
Electricity
Water
Sewer
Storm Sewer
Sanitation
Internet
Mobile Phone Service
Cable Televsion
Total Utilities
Total Other Operating

Transfers
Transit
Community Development
Technology Revolving
Sales Tax Fund
Total Transfers
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Tuition Reimbursement
Property Taxes
Grant Administration
Total Miscellaneous
Total General Fund Expenditures

2015
Actual
11,844
60,646
16,119
4,296
6,823
4,169
2,433
29
4,524
6,294
2,351
41,147
22,672
19,717
672
152,969
62,773
13,442
8,097,535

2016
Budget
14,270
30,450
1,250
3,142
3,570
309
2,250
2,160
2,300
4,100
960
4,900
2,000
4,632
112,413
9,295,490

2017
Budget
14,270
58,000
35,600
1,250
3,670
309
2,250
1,560
2,300
6,100
790
20,000
29,500
7,150
82,150
8,417,017

58,000
5,150
(3,142)
100
(600)
2,000
(170)
15,100
27,500
2,518
(30,263)
(878,473)

47,275
299,476
86,424
112,189
40,522
167,941
980
754,808

49,634
252,283
61,682
128,038
49,809
244,782
196
786,425

69,761
257,695
115,969
149,066
70,962
271,620
935,072

63,189
228,821
119,427
165,155
68,586
249,458
894,636

(6,572)
(28,874)
3,458
16,089
(2,376)
(22,162)
(40,437)

-9.4%
-11.2%
3.0%
10.8%
-3.3%
-8.2%

81,479
356,612
3,059,912
559,188
65,202
168,399
221,916
203,505
183,623
4,899,836
44,778,273

(4,054)
(106,284)
(255,529)
26,218
(2,914)
13,905
94,633
(5,436)
(7,979)
(247,438)
(2,494,239)

-4.7%
-23.0%
-7.7%
4.9%
-4.3%
9.0%
74.3%
-2.6%
-4.2%

75,258
427,018
2,595,235
423,162
49,787
129,339
140,581
144,518
143,999
142
4,129,038
39,634,561

Benefit Payments
Unemployment Compensation
Total Benefit Payments

Difference

2014
Actual
5,963
47,550
66,911
7,031
704
110
2,328
2,542
4,310
817
6,109
4,031
6,231
367
21,492
3,902
1,240
525
216,925
92,542
8,201,491

76,178
249,680
2,650,194
417,657
49,687
140,940
143,483
188,449
161,257
885
4,078,409
43,416,687

85,533
462,896
3,315,441
532,970
68,116
154,494
127,283
208,941
191,601
0
5,147,274
47,272,511

16.9%
0.0%
-100.0%
2.8%
0.0%
0.0%
-27.8%
0.0%
48.8%
-17.7%
308.2%
1375.0%
54.4%

-26.9%
-9.5%

-4.3%

-4.8%
-5.3%

65,130
65,130

101,828
101,828

65,000
65,000

75,000
75,000

4,897,806
927,641
800,000
6,625,447

5,203,718
722,641
800,000
6,726,359

5,411,867
1,856,411
800,000
350,000
8,418,278

5,411,867
858,740
800,000
7,070,607

(997,671)
(350,000)
(1,347,671)

0.0%
-53.7%
0.0%
-100.0%
-16.0%

214,461
2,963
1,219
218,643

782,672
6,170
24,906
23,298
837,046

325,000
30,000
1,500
356,500

325,000
5,000
1,500
60,000
391,500

(25,000)
35,000

0.0%
-83.3%
0.0%

137,871,899

$ 146,760,098

$ 158,979,257

$ 158,926,887

(52,370)

0.0%

156

10,000
10,000

%
0.0%

15.4%
15.4%

9.8%

2017-2021
Capital Program
Visit www.siouxfalls.org/finance for more information
The 2017-2021 capital program maintains our existing infrastructure while making strategic investments in the
future. The priority is the replacement, rehabilitation and expansion of the street and utility infrastructure. Quality of
life investments are also planned for our park system and entertainment venues. The program prioritizes the Citys
plan to invest $589.2 million over the next five years in the Citys infrastructure, facilities, equipment, and other
capital improvements. The program is a blueprint for general planning purposes. Presented with a financing
strategy, the program details the sources and uses for each project; however, it is important to understand that only
the first year of the program is incorporated into the 2017 budget.

Capital Investment
The program consists of two portions; the capital improvements program (CIP) and the other capital expenditures
program (OCEP). The CIP consists primarily of land acquisition, infrastructure improvements such as streets and
utilities, acquisition or construction of buildings, and other improvements to facilities or property such as parks. The
OCEP is comprised of vehicles and capital equipment.
The information below summarizes the 2017-2021 capital program by department.
Fleet &
Technology
5%
Other
4%

Utilities
34%

Public Safety
4%

Transit
2%
Culture &
Recreation
9%

Highways &
Streets
42%

$199,482,511 Utilities (Enterprise Funds)


Infrastructure, Equipment, Improvements other than Buildings,
Buildings, Land, & Intangibles (water rights)

$21,308,869 Public Safety


$14.1 million, Fire Equipment & Buildings, Improvements other
than Buildings
$7.2 million, Police Equipment & Buildings

$27,397,500 Fleet & Technology Revolving Fund


$2.8 million, Revolving Technology Equipment
$24.6 million, Revolving Fleet - Improvements other than
Buildings, Equipment

$11,840,087 Transit
Buildings & Equipment
$24,381,444 Other
$0.9 million, Facilities Management Buildings & Equipment
$2.2 million, Technology Equipment
$0.6 million, Multimedia Support Equipment
$0.8 million, Health Equipment
$0.5 million, Urban Management Equipment, Improvements
other than Buildings (sculptures)
$0.9 million, Economic Development Intangibles (facades &
easements)
$18.5 million, Public Parking Equipment & Buildings

$56,073,076 Culture & Recreation


$32.9 million, Parks Equipment, Improvements other than
Buildings, Buildings, & Land
$10.6 million, Event Complex Equipment & Buildings
$0.5 million, Orpheum Equipment & Buildings
$6.6 million, Washington Pavilion Equipment & Buildings
$0.3 million, SF Stadium Improvements Other than Buildings
$5.1 million, Library Equipment, Books/AV Items
$248,696,347 Highways & Streets
Infrastructure, Equipment, Improvements other than Buildings,
Buildings, & Land

$589,179,834 Total 2017-2021 Capital Program

157

Funding Strategy
The following is a brief explanation of the various sources that fund the Citys capital program.
$261,875,195 Sales/Use Tax 2nd Penny
Funding generated from the Citys second penny sales and use
tax, assessments or cost recoveries directly related to projects
funded with sales tax, and interest earned on monies held in trust.
Revenue assumptions as follows:

2016 = 4.0 percent growth

2017 = 4.0 percent growth

2018 - 2021 = 5.0 percent growth per year


$137,969,718 User Fees
Charges for services within the enterprise (utility) funds.
$98,896,000 State Loans
The use of $98.8 million in low interest state revolving fund (SRF)
notes issued by the South Dakota Conservancy District as follows:

$89.0 million Water Reclamation

$9.8 million Storm Drainage


$29,294,000 Storm Drainage Fees
Fees collected for capital construction and improvements to the
storm drainage system.

Other
5%

Sales Tax
44%

Bond Funds
3%
Entertainment Tax
3%
Storm Drainage
Fees
5%

State Loans
17%

User Fees
23%

$14,320,000 Bond Funds


Bond proceeds within the Public Parking Fund for a downtown parking facility.
$18,035,334 Entertainment Tax
Monies derived from the entertainment tax levied by the City which currently fund the Event Center, Arena, Orpheum, Convention
Center, SF Stadium and Washington Pavilion.
$28,789,587 Other
$10.6 million, Platting Fees
Fees charged to developers in support of the arterial street and utility expansion program. Fees for both water & streets were based
upon an average number of acres platted over the last 9 years multiplied by the per acre cost by land use determined by the Nexus
Study performed in August, 2008.
$11.8 million, Transit Funds
Monies from Federal and local sources.
$5.3 million, Other Financing
Donations from outside sources for specific projects.

$0.2 million from Minnehaha County for library materials.

$2.3 million from various donors for Park Improvements.

$2.8 million from the school district and a grant for Highways & Streets Improvements.
$1.1 million, Enterprise Assessments
Assessments against benefiting properties for the installation of utility services.
$589,179,834 Total 2017-2021 Capital Program

158

2017-2021 Capital Program Summary - All Funds


Fund

2017

Entertainment Tax Fund


Sales/Use Tax Fund
Transit Fund
Storm Drainage Fund
Electric Light Fund
Public Parking Fund
Sanitary Landfill Fund
Water Fund
Water Reclamation Fund
Fleet Revolving Fund
Technology Revolving Fund
Total Capital Program

47%

2018

2,866,108
47,533,084
1,687,220
13,889,500
940,000
18,055,000
1,771,000
8,682,000
23,712,000
6,447,800
1,502,000
$ 127,085,712

2019

4,286,369
53,462,527
422,370
8,749,500
2,620,000
76,300
8,648,500
12,925,995
8,801,520
4,959,500
269,000
$ 105,221,581

3,937,556
54,756,526
4,383,214
4,924,000
1,250,000
94,000
2,700,000
13,237,235
29,273,000
6,044,100
164,500
$ 120,764,131

2020

2021

2,914,683
58,096,574
4,641,872
5,416,000
166,000
102,100
1,589,000
13,186,065
33,736,196
3,868,000
345,500
$ 124,061,990

4,030,618
60,966,984
705,411
6,131,000
1,210,000
171,307
1,453,000
13,413,000
20,168,000
3,277,300
519,800
$ 112,046,420

2017-2021 All Funds Capital Program Summary

Sales/Use Tax Fund


47%

Entertainment Tax
Fund
3%
Public Parking Fund
3%
Other
2%

Utilities Funds
(Lights, Water, Water
Reclamation, Landfill)
35%

Storm Drainage
Fund
5%
Fleet
Revolving
5%

159

Total

18,035,334
274,815,695
11,840,087
39,110,000
6,186,000
18,498,707
16,161,500
61,444,295
115,690,716
24,596,700
2,800,800
$ 589,179,834

2017-2021 Capital Program


(Capital Improvements & Capital Equipment)
Funding Sources
Sales/Use Tax
Platting Fees
User Fees
State Loans
Storm Drainage Fees
Entertainment Tax
Bond Funds
Transit Funds
Other Financing
Enterprise Assessments
Total Sources

Funding Uses
Facilities Management
Technology
Multimedia Support
General Government

2018
49,462,527
2,048,000
36,369,815
4,173,500
5,576,000
4,286,369
422,370
2,522,000
361,000
$ 105,221,581

2017
$

Fire
Police
Public Safety
Highways & Streets
Highways & Streets/Storm Drainage
Highways & Streets
Health
Ent. Venues/Events Complex
Ent. Venues/Orpheum
Ent. Venues/Washington Pavilion
Ent. Venues/SF Stadium
Parks & Recreation
Library
Culture & Recreation
Urban Management
Economic Development
Urban & Economic Development
Transit
Public Parking
Electric Light
Sanitary Landfill
Water
Water Reclamation
Enterprise Funds
Revolving Fleet
Revolving Technology
Internal Service Funds
Total Uses

2017
44,593,584
1,966,000
26,489,800
26,392,500
7,247,000
2,866,108
14,320,000
1,687,220
1,523,500
127,085,712

137,000
767,500
35,000
939,500

2019
52,795,526
2,141,000
29,344,835
22,400,000
4,924,000
3,937,556
4,383,214
410,000
428,000
$ 120,764,131

2018
$

470,000
427,500
250,000
1,147,500

2020
56,096,574
2,200,000
23,292,861
28,890,000
5,416,000
2,914,683
4,641,872
410,000
200,000
$ 124,061,990

2019
$

56,189
140,000
204,000
400,189

2021
58,926,984
2,260,000
22,472,407
17,040,000
6,131,000
4,030,618
705,411
410,000
70,000
$ 112,046,420

2020
$

287,750
160,000
30,000
477,750

Total
% of Total
$ 261,875,195
44%
10,615,000
2%
137,969,718
23%
98,896,000
17%
29,294,000
5%
18,035,334
3%
14,320,000
3%
11,840,087
2%
5,275,500
1%
1,059,000
0%
$ 589,179,834
100%

2021
$

23,200
660,000
45,000
728,200

Total
$

% of Total

974,139
2,155,000
564,000
3,693,139

0.2%
0.4%
0.1%
0.7%

2,288,160
1,048,870
3,337,030

2,394,266
1,909,398
4,303,664

5,107,345
1,575,738
6,683,083

1,805,993
1,258,735
3,064,728

2,521,000
1,399,364
3,920,364

14,116,764
7,192,105
21,308,869

2.4%
1.2%
3.6%

37,856,304
13,889,500
51,745,804

38,055,319
8,749,500
46,804,819

39,691,000
4,924,000
44,615,000

46,288,196
5,416,000
51,704,196

47,695,528
6,131,000
53,826,528

209,586,347
39,110,000
248,696,347

35.6%
6.6%
42.2%

39,000

210,144

453,154

72,800

21,700

796,798

0.1%

1,915,515
41,093
867,500
42,000
4,125,950
891,500
7,883,558

2,158,552
50,000
1,847,817
230,000
8,602,500
880,000
13,768,869

2,668,944
50,000
1,218,612
6,374,500
900,000
11,212,056

1,495,428
300,000
1,119,255
7,131,700
810,000
10,856,383

2,393,268
75,000
1,562,350
6,671,376
1,650,216
12,352,210

10,631,707
516,093
6,615,534
272,000
32,906,026
5,131,716
56,073,076

1.8%
0.1%
1.1%
0.0%
5.6%
0.9%
9.5%

193,800
150,000
343,800

113,400
150,000
263,400

54,600
200,000
254,600

51,400
200,000
251,400

79,600
200,000
279,600

492,800
900,000
1,392,800

0.1%
0.2%
0.3%

1,687,220

422,370

4,383,214

4,641,872

705,411

11,840,087

2.0%

18,055,000
940,000
1,771,000
8,682,000
23,712,000
53,160,000

76,300
2,620,000
8,648,500
12,925,995
8,801,520
33,072,315

94,000
1,250,000
2,700,000
13,237,235
29,273,000
46,554,235

102,100
166,000
1,589,000
13,186,065
33,736,196
48,779,361

171,307
1,210,000
1,453,000
13,413,000
20,168,000
36,415,307

18,498,707
6,186,000
16,161,500
61,444,295
115,690,716
217,981,218

3.1%
1.0%
2.7%
10.4%
19.6%
36.9%

6,447,800
1,502,000
7,949,800

4,959,500
269,000
5,228,500

6,044,100
164,500
6,208,600

3,868,000
345,500
4,213,500

3,277,300
519,800
3,797,100

24,596,700
2,800,800
27,397,500

4.2%
0.4%
4.7%

127,085,712

$ 105,221,581

$ 120,764,131

$ 124,061,990

$ 112,046,420

$ 589,179,834

100%

160

Sales/Use Tax Analysis for the 2017-2021 Capital Program (Cash Basis)
The following is a breakdown of sources and uses of the second penny Sales & Use Tax and directly related sources:
Sources:
Sales/Use Tax
Sales/Use Tax Audits
Special Assesment & Cost Recovery
Cable Franchise Fee for Capital Use

2017
$ 62,113,328
600,000
245,000
90,000

Total Sales/Use Tax Sources

2018
$ 65,218,994
600,000
290,000
90,000

2019
$ 68,479,944
600,000
245,000
90,000

2020
$ 71,903,941
600,000
125,000
90,000

2021
$ 75,499,138
600,000
140,000
90,000

Total
$ 343,215,345
3,000,000
1,045,000
450,000

$63,048,328

$66,198,994

$69,414,944

$72,718,941

$76,329,138

$347,710,345

6,548,028
1,644,403
2,015,063
1,616,306
2,595,277
2,185,667
1,000,000
100,000
17,704,744

7,235,928
1,835,003
2,009,863
1,616,706
2,188,967
1,000,000
100,000
15,986,467

8,200,428
766,203
2,001,363
1,615,507
2,185,917
1,000,000
100,000
15,869,418

8,202,528
763,103
2,002,363
1,617,706
2,186,667
1,000,000
100,000
15,872,367

8,204,327
739,802
2,002,651
1,618,107
2,187,267
1,800,000
100,000
16,652,154

38,391,239
5,748,514
10,031,303
8,084,332
2,595,277
10,934,485
5,800,000
500,000
82,085,150

Transfer to Transit for Capital Purchases

750,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

3,750,000

Sources Available to Fund Capital Program

44,593,584

49,462,527

52,795,526

56,096,574

58,926,984

261,875,195

38,000

Less:
Debt Service Obligations (Principal & Interest):
Events Center Non-Taxable Bonds
Events Center Taxable Bonds
Quality of Life Bond
Quality of Life II Bond
Storm Drainage (SRF #20 & #22)
Flood Control/41st St. Bridge Bond
Administrative Office Building Bond
Other Debt Service
Total Debt Service Obligations

Capital Program Uses:


Capital Equipment (OCEP)
Highways & Streets

123,000

148,000

100,000

409,000

Parks & Recreation

1,040,000

1,306,700

1,020,500

1,190,500

1,000,376

5,558,076

Other Departments
Facilities Management
Fire
Technology
Health
Police
Multimedia Support
Urban Management
Library
Total Other Departments

117,000
1,434,900
767,500
39,000
1,048,870
35,000
163,800
785,000
4,391,070

2,196,266
427,500
210,144
1,897,399
250,000
83,400
845,000
5,909,708

36,189
2,206,395
140,000
453,154
925,738
204,000
24,600
865,000
4,855,076

8,600
1,675,898
160,000
72,800
1,258,735
30,000
21,400
775,000
4,002,433

23,200
2,271,000
660,000
21,700
1,399,364
45,000
49,600
1,615,216
6,085,080

184,989
9,784,459
2,155,000
796,798
6,530,106
564,000
342,800
4,885,216
25,243,367

Total Capital Equipment (OCEP)

5,554,070

7,364,408

5,975,576

5,230,933

7,085,456

31,210,443

34,992,304

36,054,319

37,665,000

44,285,196

45,690,528

198,687,347

Parks and Recreation

2,922,450

5,195,800

5,354,000

5,941,200

5,671,000

25,084,450

Other Departments
Facilities Management
Fire
Police
Library
Urban Management
Economic Development
Total Other Departments

20,000
853,260
71,500
30,000
150,000
1,124,760

470,000
198,000
30,000
150,000
848,000

20,000
2,900,950
650,000
30,000
200,000
3,800,950

279,150
130,095
30,000
200,000
639,245

250,000
30,000
200,000
480,000

789,150
4,332,305
650,000
71,500
150,000
900,000
6,892,955

39,039,514

42,098,119

46,819,950

50,865,641

51,841,528

230,664,752

44,593,584

49,462,527

52,795,526

56,096,574

58,926,984

261,875,195

Capital Improvements (CIP)


Highways & Streets

Total CIP
Total Sales/Use Tax Capital Program Uses

161

Sales/Use Tax Analysis for the 2017-2021 Capital Program (Cash Basis)
Sales/Use Tax Uses (Debt Allocated to Departments)
Highways & Streets
Storm Drainage (SRF #20 & #22)
Flood Control/41st St. Bridge Bond
Capital Equipment (OCEP)
Capital Improvements (CIP)
Total Highways & Streets

2017
2,595,277
2,185,667
123,000
34,992,304
39,896,248

2018
$

2019

2,188,967
148,000
36,054,319
38,391,286

2,185,917
100,000
37,665,000
39,950,917

2020
$

2,186,667
38,000
44,285,196
46,509,863

2021
$

2,187,267
45,690,528
47,877,795

Total
2,595,277
10,934,485
409,000
198,687,347
212,626,109

Parks & Recreation


Quality of Life Bond
Quality of Life II Bond
Capital Equipment (OCEP)
Capital Improvements (CIP)
Total Parks & Recreation

826,176
1,179,903
1,040,000
2,922,450
5,968,529

824,044
1,180,195
1,306,700
5,195,800
8,506,739

820,559
1,179,320
1,020,500
5,354,000
8,374,379

820,968
1,180,926
1,190,500
5,941,200
9,133,594

821,086
1,181,219
1,000,376
5,671,000
8,673,681

4,112,833
5,901,563
5,558,076
25,084,450
40,656,923

Other Departments
Quality of Life Bond-Library
Quality of Life II Bond-Library
Other Debt Service
Transit Transfer
Administrative Office Building Bond
Capital Equipment (OCEP)
Capital Improvements (CIP)
Total Other Departments

1,188,887
436,403
100,000
750,000
1,000,000
4,391,070
1,124,760
8,991,120

1,185,819
436,511
100,000
750,000
1,000,000
5,909,708
848,000
10,230,038

1,180,804
436,187
100,000
750,000
1,000,000
4,855,076
3,800,950
12,123,017

1,181,395
436,780
100,000
750,000
1,000,000
4,002,433
639,245
8,109,853

1,181,565
436,888
100,000
750,000
1,800,000
6,085,080
480,000
10,833,533

5,918,470
2,182,769
500,000
3,750,000
5,800,000
25,243,367
6,892,955
50,287,561

Events Center
Events Center Bonds
Total Events Center

8,192,431
8,192,431

9,070,931
9,070,931

8,966,631
8,966,631

8,965,631
8,965,631

8,944,129
8,944,129

44,139,753
44,139,753

66,198,994

$ 69,414,944

Total Uses

63,048,328

72,718,941

76,329,138

$90

$80
$70

Millions

$60
$50
$40

58%

58%

13%

12%

15%

13%
2017

63%

64%

63%

$30
$20
$10
$-

10%
14%

13%

11%

17%

11%

14%

14%

13%

12%

12%

2018

2019

2020

2021

Events Center

Other Departments

Parks & Recreation

Highways & Streets

162

347,710,345

Sales/Use Tax Analysis for the 2017-2021 Capital Program (Cash Basis)
Sales/Use Tax Plan-to-Plan Comparison (Debt/Transfers Unallocated to Departments)
Highways & Streets
2017-2021 Plan
2016-2020 Plan
Increase/(Decrease)
3
Parks & Recreation
2017-2021 Plan
2016-2020 Plan
Increase/(Decrease)

2016
$

- $
33,335,642
(33,335,642)

2017
35,115,304
35,115,304
-

2018
36,202,319
34,793,154
1,409,165

2019
37,765,000 $
39,849,920
(2,084,920)

2020
44,323,196 $
44,649,088
(325,892)

2021
45,690,528
45,690,528

Total
199,096,347
187,743,108
11,353,239

7,110,038
(7,110,038)

3,962,450
6,934,800
(2,972,350)

6,502,500
9,768,350
(3,265,850)

6,374,500
9,551,950
(3,177,450)

7,131,700
7,382,500
(250,800)

6,671,376
6,671,376

30,642,526
40,747,638
(10,105,112)

Other Departments
2017-2021 Plan
2016-2020 Plan
Increase/(Decrease)

5,815,354
(5,815,354)

5,515,830
5,392,362
123,468

6,757,708
8,309,600
(1,551,892)

8,656,026
6,873,411
1,782,615

4,641,678
7,667,729
(3,026,051)

6,565,080
6,565,080

32,136,322
34,058,456
(1,922,134)

Debt Service
2017-2021 Plan
2016-2020 Plan
Increase/(Decrease)

17,804,880
(17,804,880)

17,704,744
17,704,744
-

15,986,467
15,986,467
-

15,869,418
15,869,418
-

15,872,367
15,872,367
-

16,652,154
16,652,154

82,085,150
83,237,876
(1,152,726)

(2,848,882) $

(3,408,577) $

(3,479,755) $

(3,602,743) $

75,579,138

Total Increase/(Decrease) $ (64,065,914) $

$250

$200

$199.1
$187.7
Millions

$150

$100

$83.2 $82.1
$50

$40.7

$30.6

$34.1 $32.1

$Highways & Streets

Parks & Recreation


2016-2020 Plan

163

Other Departments
2017-2021 Plan

Debt Service

(1,826,733)

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