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2019-2028
Capital Budget Details
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December 2018
2019 Capital Budget
Table of Contents

Chief Administrative Office Transportation


Communication Services ...................................... 6 Transit ............................................................... 323
Fire Services....................................................... 12 Parking ............................................................. 340
Traffic and Transportation ................................ 345
Corporate and Legislative Services Transportation Planning.................................... 358
Facilities Management........................................ 21
Facilities and Planning Initiatives ........................ 35 Environmental Services
Information Technology ...................................... 46 Environmental Services .................................... 364
Other .................................................................. 57 Waste Management ......................................... 380

Infrastructure and Planning Services Community Services


Administration ................................................... 387
Planning and Development Arts Culture and Heritage ................................ .397
Planning ............................................................. 76 Museum ............................................................ 413
Growth Areas...................................................... 92 Library ............................................................... 423
Industrial Parks ................................................. 104 Art Gallery ......................................................... 428
Building ................................................................ 112 Arenas .............................................................. 436
Recreation ........................................................ 452
Airport ................................................................... 115 Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre ........... 466
Infrastructure Planning Social Services ................................................. 469
Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects ............. 133
Geomatics Mapping.......................................... 177
Infrastructure Planning Admin .......................... 187 Police Services .......................................................... 483

Engineering
Arterial Streets .................................................. 192
Collector and Local Streets .............................. 234
Bridges ............................................................. 267
Sidewalks ......................................................... 277
Sanitary Sewers ............................................... 288
Storm Sewers ................................................... 299
Public Works .................................................... 311
City of Peterborough
Combined Tangible & Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Combined Tangible and Other Capital Program Summary

CAO
16,691.6 1,166.4 246.6 246.6 25.0 221.6 4,897.4 4,897.4 413.2 413.2 9,968.0 9,968.0
Corporate and
81,271.5 10,982.1 14,960.4 3,052.6 11,907.9 3,447.2 67.5 6,309.7 2,083.4 13,187.3 13,127.3 8,554.3 8,494.3 33,587.4 33,167.4
Legislative Services
Community Services
142,676.5 18,798.4 6,250.6 2,941.8 3,308.8 1,487.4 527.4 365.0 929.0 36,520.9 15,027.2 30,185.8 13,555.0 50,920.8 37,137.0
Infrastructure and
1,004,004.2 140,975.6 48,029.3 8,004.7 40,024.6 3,684.3 1,009.9 17,895.8 17,434.6 91,717.6 75,045.2 80,398.2 67,197.0 642,883.5 620,988.3
Planning Services
Police Services
1,116.6 75.0 916.6 916.6 891.6 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 75.0 75.0

Total 1,245,760.5 171,997.5 70,403.5 13,999.0 56,404.5 9,535.5 1,604.8 24,570.5 20,693.7 146,348.3 108,122.1 119,576.4 89,684.5 737,434.7 701,335.7

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Tangible Capital Program Summary

CAO
15,802.2 327.0 221.6 221.6 25.0 196.6 4,872.4 4,872.4 413.2 413.2 9,968.0 9,968.0
Corporate and
70,583.2 8,567.1 13,404.0 2,152.6 11,251.4 2,858.3 6,309.7 2,083.4 11,827.1 11,767.1 7,270.0 7,210.0 29,515.0 29,095.0
Legislative Services
Community Services
105,245.7 4,289.4 2,065.0 18.0 2,047.0 566.1 437.4 365.0 678.5 33,838.9 13,572.9 28,433.0 12,717.0 36,619.4 28,569.4
Infrastructure and
921,577.5 105,557.0 41,108.7 6,701.1 34,407.6 1,982.3 684.9 17,895.8 13,844.6 81,622.0 65,021.4 72,863.2 59,735.5 620,426.6 598,531.4
Planning Services
Police Services
841.6 841.6 841.6 841.6

Total 1,114,050.3 118,740.6 57,640.9 8,871.7 48,769.2 6,273.3 1,122.3 24,570.5 16,803.2 132,160.4 95,233.8 108,979.4 80,075.7 696,529.0 666,163.8

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Other Capital Program Summary

CAO
889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0
Corporate and
10,688.3 2,415.0 1,556.4 900.0 656.4 588.9 67.5 1,360.2 1,360.2 1,284.3 1,284.3 4,072.4 4,072.4
Legislative Services
Community Services
37,430.8 14,508.9 4,185.6 2,923.8 1,261.8 921.3 90.0 250.5 2,682.1 1,454.3 1,752.8 838.0 14,301.4 8,567.7
Infrastructure and
82,426.7 35,418.6 6,920.6 1,303.6 5,617.0 1,702.0 325.0 3,590.0 10,095.6 10,023.7 7,535.0 7,461.5 22,456.9 22,456.9
Planning Services
Police Services
275.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 50.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 75.0 75.0

Total 131,710.2 53,257.0 12,762.6 5,127.4 7,635.3 3,262.3 482.5 3,890.5 14,187.8 12,888.2 10,597.0 9,608.8 40,905.7 35,171.9

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

CAO Summary

Communication 2-1 227.0 152.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0


Services
Fire Services 2-2 15,575.2 175.0 196.6 196.6 196.6 4,822.4 4,822.4 413.2 413.2 9,968.0 9,968.0

Total 15,802.2 327.0 221.6 221.6 25.0 196.6 4,872.4 4,872.4 413.2 413.2 9,968.0 9,968.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

CAO
Communication Services

City Branding
2-1.01 227.0 152.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0

Total 227.0 152.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0

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Questica#: 17-071 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: CAO Budget Reference #: 2-1.01

Division: Chief Administrative Officer - Communication Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Community Branding The goal of Community Branding is to establish a theme or idea that
the City and community can use consistently that captures our identity,
Commitments Made supports consistency in communication, and instills pride in what
makes Peterborough a compelling choice as a place to live, work and
On October 19, 2016, through Report CPFS16-036 Award of RFP play. Updates have been provided to Council throughout 2017-18
P-29-16 Community Branding and Implementation Strategy, the through reports:
Administrative Staff Committee awarded a contract to BrandHealth
Inc. to develop a Community Brand for the City of Peterborough. CPFS17-024 - May 29, 2017
CPFS17-045 - July 24, 2017
Effects on Future Operating Budgets CPFS17-066 - November 6, 2017
CPFS18-004 - April 9, 2018

Council endorsed the Brand Idea and the Creative Assets at its
meeting on April 9, 2018. Some funds have been set aside for
one-time costs to implement the new brand. The implementation
generally calls for the new brand to be implemented as assets are
replaced through their normal replacement schedule. The 2019 funds
are in anticipation of further funds being required for additional costs.

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Questica #: 17-071 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department CAO

Division Chief Administrative Officer - Communication Services

Project Description City Branding

Project # 2-1.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 227.0 152.0 25.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 227.0 152.0 25.0 50.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 227.0 152.0 25.0 50.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

CAO
Communication Services

Accessibility
Improvements 2-1.02 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0

Total 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0

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Questica#: 09960 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: CAO Budget Reference #: 2-1.02

Division: Chief Administrative Officer - Communication Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Accessibility Improvements - Improvements to City-owned or The AAC consists of individuals with various mobility, hearing and
operated facilities to allow for barrier-free access for people with visual disabilities as well as representatives from community agencies
disabilities. This fund (called the “Access Fund”) is administered by that support people with disabilities such as the CNIB and an
the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC). appointed Member of City Council. City staff present projects that
improve accessibility and request required funding. A list of all City
Commitments Made facilities and their status with respect to accessibility has been
updated. From this list, a priority rating will be established and used for
Council adopted a policy in 1989 of upgrading all municipal funding future accessibility projects.
buildings to meet or exceed Ontario Building Code standards with
respect to barrier-free design. The Accessibility for Ontarians with The uncommitted balance in the Access Fund as of May 2018 was
Disabilities Act (2005) has a goal of an accessible Ontario by the $103,216.
year 2025. The City is obligated to follow the Customer Service
Standard and the Integrated Accessibility Standard which includes The amount will be applied towards specific department requests or
a general requirement that accessibility must be considered for all other accessibility projects as the AAC deems appropriate or
procurement, as well as requirements for Employment, necessary to make City-owned facilities more accessible. Examples
Transportation, Information and Communication, and the Design of include installation of elevators, ramps, power-operated doors,
Public Spaces. Improvements to accessibility of the built handrails, signage, accessible washrooms, strobe alarms, TTY
environment are being implemented via revisions to the Ontario equipment, and contrast stripes on stairs.
Building Code (2015). As such, most City projects now include
accessibility as a legislated requirement, and are budgeted
accordingly. The Access Fund is intended to fund projects that the
City might otherwise not get to, or where the minimum legislated
requirement should be enhanced.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An annual contribution, from the Operating Budget, is made to the


Access Fund to fund these capital projects. The amount for 2019 is
$25,000.
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Questica #: 09960 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department CAO

Division Chief Administrative Officer - Communication Services

Project Description Accessibility Improvements

Project # 2-1.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Accessibility Improvements Res 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0
Total Reserves 889.4 839.4 25.0 25.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

CAO
Fire Services

Fire Fighter Equipment


and Personal Protective 2-2.01 1,075.2 171.6 171.6 171.6 172.4 172.4 173.2 173.2 558.0 558.0
Equipment (PPE)
Fire Apparatus
Replacement/Additions 2-2.02 5,075.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 650.0 650.0 240.0 240.0 4,160.0 4,160.0

Fire Station Relocations


and Construction 2-2.03 9,425.0 175.0 4,000.0 4,000.0 5,250.0 5,250.0

Total 15,575.2 175.0 196.6 196.6 196.6 4,822.4 4,822.4 413.2 413.2 9,968.0 9,968.0

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Questica#: 19-069 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: CAO Budget Reference #: 2-2.01

Division: Fire - Fire Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Fire Fighter Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) In compliance with current standards, 38 Self Contained Breathing
Apparatus (SCBA) and 97 cylinders will reach there maximum
Commitments Made anticipated life of 15 years; therefore, replacement of 38 SCBA and 97
cylinders will be required in 2022.
To maintain this program for each subsequent year as mandated by
the MOL, it is necessary to continue annual capital budget Currently, funds are being contributed to a Fire Fighting and Safety
expenditures for the acquisition of PPE. Equipment Reserve from the operating budget to provide for sufficient
funds for purchase in 2022.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
This TCA program also covers the purchase of various fire fighting
The provision of additional PPE as mandated by the MOL will equipment such as:
increase annual operating, maintenance and repair costs. PPE has • Power tools, hose, nozzles and related tools and equipment
an operational life of 5-10 years and includes specially designed • Training props for safe fire and rescue training operations
pants and coats, gloves, helmets, boots and other protective • Replacement of specialty rescue equipment and trailer
clothing to fire service standards. • Water/ice rescue equipment

This TCA program allows for the replacement of decommissioned


PPE to ensure firefighters are suitably equipped to remain
in-service when their primary set of PPE has been taken out of
service for cleaning and/or repairs. This is a priority health and
safety part of the TCA program.

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Questica #: 19-069 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department CAO

Division Fire - Fire Services

Project Description Fire Fighter Equipment and Personal Protective


Equipment (PPE)
Project # 2-2.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,075.2 171.6 172.4 173.2 384.0 174.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,075.2 171.6 172.4 173.2 384.0 174.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Fire Fighting and Safety Equip 1,075.2 171.6 172.4 173.2 384.0 174.0
Total Reserves 1,075.2 171.6 172.4 174.0
173.2 384.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 19-070 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: CAO Budget Reference #: 2-2.02

Division: Fire - Fire Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Fire Apparatus Replacement/Additions Fire Apparatus/Vehicle Replacement Schedule:

Commitments Made Delivery &


Design Purchase
Year Year Equipment and Current ($)
Effects on Future Operating Budgets 2019 2019 Replace Hazardous Materials Trailer - $ 25,000
2020 2020 Replace Rescue Pumper - $650,000
The ongoing replacement of fire apparatus will lower maintenance 2021 2021 Technical Rescue Retrofit - $175,000
costs in future years. 2021 2021 Replace Support Unit - $65,000
2022 2022 Replace Support Unit - $68,000
To meet the proposed capital expenditures, the annual contribution 2022 2022 Replace Rescue Pumper - $680,000
of $400,000 from the operating budget to the Fire Vehicle 2023 2023 Station 4 Pumper & Support Unit - $763,000
Equipment Reserve Fund will need to be maintained. 2024 2024 Replace 1991 Aerial Truck - $1,800,000
2025 2025 Replace Support Unit - $74,000
2026 2026 Replace Rescue Pumper - $700,000
2027 2027 Replace Support Unit - $75,000

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Questica #: 19-070 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department CAO

Division Fire - Fire Services

Project Description Fire Apparatus Replacement/Additions

Project # 2-2.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 5,075.0 25.0 650.0 240.0 748.0 763.0 2,649.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 5,075.0 25.0 650.0 240.0 748.0 763.0 2,649.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Fire Vehicle Equip Reserve 763.0 763.0
Total Development Charges 763.0 763.0

Reserves
Fire Vehicle Equip Reserve 4,312.0 25.0 650.0 240.0 748.0 2,649.0
Total Reserves 4,312.0 25.0 650.0 2,649.0
240.0 748.0

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Questica#: 15163 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: CAO Budget Reference #: 2-2.03

Division: Fire - Fire Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Fire Station Relocations/Construction At its meeting held March 1, 2010, Council adopted a number of
recommendations as set out in report CSF10-001 (b) dated February
Commitments Made 16, 2010, concerning the Station Relocation Review and
Implementation.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Report CSF10-001 (b) indicated that Station #2 on Carnegie would be
replaced with annual capital budget priorities and scheduled
There will be an initial lowered cost of maintenance on the future development. The report also indicated that in 2020, Station #4 would
operating budget for the replacement of Fire Station #2. be constructed in East City in conjunction with annual capital budget
priorities and scheduled development. However, the project has been
deferred until 2024 pending future development.

The $4.0 million provision, shown in 2020 capital expenditures,


represents the estimated construction cost to replace the 51 year old
Carnegie Station #2. The station is inadequate to house apparatus,
equipment and crew living and training quarters.

Preliminary analysis has been conducted in-house to determine


preferred location of the replacement station. This work will be
validated by an external consultant and the recommendations will be
reported to Council.

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Questica #: 15163 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department CAO

Division Fire - Fire Services

Project Description Fire Station Relocations and Construction

Project # 2-2.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 9,425.0 175.0 4,000.0 250.0 5,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 9,425.0 175.0 4,000.0 250.0 5,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,320.0 2,320.0
DCRF Fire 6,930.0 1,680.0 250.0 5,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 9,250.0 4,000.0 250.0 5,000.0
Development Charges
DCRF Fire 73.0 73.0
Total Development Charges 73.0 73.0

Capital Levy 102.0 102.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services Summary

Facilities 3-1 20,605.0 280.0 5,470.0 5,470.0 1,005.0 3,960.0 505.0 6,820.0 6,820.0 3,435.0 3,435.0 4,600.0 4,600.0
Management
Facilities and 3-2 23,992.6 1,952.6 3,490.0 1,945.0 1,545.0 64.5 1,480.5 1,480.0 1,480.0 2,375.0 2,375.0 14,695.0 14,695.0
Planning Initiatives
Information 3-3 14,961.3 1,721.3 207.6 1,513.7 1,156.7 357.0 1,560.0 1,500.0 1,460.0 1,400.0 10,220.0 9,800.0
Technology
Other 3-4 11,024.4 6,334.6 2,722.7 2,722.7 632.1 869.2 1,221.4 1,967.1 1,967.1

Total 70,583.2 8,567.1 13,404.0 2,152.6 11,251.4 2,858.3 6,309.7 2,083.4 11,827.1 11,767.1 7,270.0 7,210.0 29,515.0 29,095.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services Summary

Facilities 3-1 1,875.0 175.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 335.0 335.0 250.0 250.0 950.0 950.0
Management
Other 3-4 8,813.3 2,240.0 1,391.4 900.0 491.4 423.9 67.5 1,025.2 1,025.2 1,034.3 1,034.3 3,122.4 3,122.4

Total 10,688.3 2,415.0 1,556.4 900.0 656.4 588.9 67.5 1,360.2 1,360.2 1,284.3 1,284.3 4,072.4 4,072.4

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City of Peterborough Printed on: 2018/11/21 2:52 pm

Tangible Capital Budget Summary


2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Facilities Management

City Buildings - 1,800.0


3-1.01 10,045.0 100.0 4,000.0 4,000.0 465.0 3,500.0 35.0 2,395.0 2,395.0 1,750.0 1,750.0 1,800.0
Community Services
City Buildings - IPS
3-1.02 2,250.0 15.0 1,060.0 1,060.0 200.0 460.0 400.0 875.0 875.0 300.0 300.0

City Buildings - 2,800.0


3-1.03 6,840.0 165.0 360.0 360.0 325.0 35.0 2,300.0 2,300.0 1,215.0 1,215.0 2,800.0
Facilities Management

City Buildings - Fire


3-1.04 1,470.0 50.0 50.0 15.0 35.0 1,250.0 1,250.0 170.0 170.0
Services

Total 20,605.0 280.0 5,470.0 5,470.0 1,005.0 3,960.0 505.0 6,820.0 6,820.0 3,435.0 3,435.0 4,600.0 4,600.0

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2019-PWOG-2 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.01

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities Management -


Community Services
2019 Project Description

Commitments Made 1. Memorial Centre - Replace Ice Pad $3,500,000


2. Museum & Archives - Gallery $35,000
The building audits have been completed. The information Re-Development Study
contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20 year life cycle 3. Evinrude Centre Flat Roof Pre-Design $250,000
plan. The items identified shall then require repair and/or 4. Main Library - Building Commissioning $60,000
replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per 5. Art Gallery Interior Lighting & Storage Bldg $55,000
facility. Through Reports CPPS17-015 dated April 18, 2017 and Upgrades
CLSFM18-021 dated August 27, 2018, $3,500,000 has been 6. Northcrest Arena Refrigeration Plant & $100,000
pre-committed for Project 2 - Memorial Centre - Replace Ice Pad. Structural Upgrades
$4,000,000
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance


and operating costs.

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Tangible Capital Assets
PWOG-2
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities


Management - Community Services
Project # 3-1.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 10,045.0 100.0 4,000.0 2,395.0 1,750.0 1,800.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 10,045.0 100.0 4,000.0 2,395.0 1,750.0 1,800.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,575.0 75.0 3,500.0
Total Debenture Financing 3,575.0 75.0 3,500.0

Reserves
- Museum Renovation Reserve 80.0 35.0 45.0
Total Reserves 80.0 35.0 45.0

Capital Levy 6,390.0 25.0 465.0 2,350.0 1,750.0 1,800.0

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2019-PWOG-3 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.02

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities Management -


Infrastructure and Planning Services
2019 Project Description

Commitments Made 1. WWTP - Admin Bldg & Plant #2 - replace $400,000


rooftop HVAC, New Plant #1 replace roof
2. King Street Parkade - Replace roof on $200,000
The building audits have been completed. The information
Stairwells & Install F/A System
contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20 year life cycle 3. Peterborough Operations Centre - Install $460,000
plan. The items identified shall then require repair and/or New Generator
replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per $1,060,000
facility. Through Report USDIR18-006 dated April 23, 2018,
$460,000 has been pre-committed for Project 3 - Peterborough
Operations Centre - Install New Generator.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance


and operating costs.

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Tangible Capital Assets
PWOG-3
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities


Management - Infrastructure and Planning Services
Project # 3-1.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,250.0 15.0 1,060.0 875.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,250.0 15.0 1,060.0 875.0 300.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 460.0 460.0
Total Debenture Financing 460.0 460.0

Reserves
- Energy Conservation Reserve
- Parking Reserve
- Waste Water Reserve Fund 750.0 400.0 350.0
- Sustainability Reserve 75.0 75.0
Total Reserves 825.0 400.0 425.0

Capital Levy 965.0 15.0 200.0 450.0 300.0

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2019-PWOG-1 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.03

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities Management


2019 Project Description
Commitments Made
1. City Hall - Facility Renovation $75,000
The building audits have been completed. The information 2. Provincial Courthouse - Replace condensing $35,000
contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20 year life cycle unit and exhaust fans
plan. The items identified shall then require repair and/or 3. Market Hall - Design Fees for Exterior $115,000
Facade Repairs
replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per
4. Peterborough Daycare - Replace Fire Alarm $35,000
facility.
System
5. Police Station - Replace various flooring $100,000
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
$360,000

The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance


and operating costs.

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Tangible Capital Assets
PWOG-1
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities


Management
Project # 3-1.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,840.0 165.0 360.0 2,300.0 1,215.0 2,150.0 650.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,840.0 165.0 360.0 2,300.0 1,215.0 2,150.0 650.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 50.0 50.0
Total Debenture Financing 50.0 50.0

Reserves
- Court House Capital Reserve 35.0 35.0
- Parking Reserve
- Property Maintenance Reserv 30.0 30.0
Total Reserves 65.0 30.0 35.0

Capital Levy 6,725.0 85.0 325.0 2,300.0 650.0


1,215.0 2,150.0

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2019-PWOG-4 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.04

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities Management - Fire


Services
2019 Project Description

Commitments Made 1. Fire Station #1 - Replace shingle roof on $15,000


storage shed and replace exterior lighting
2. Fire-Station #3 - Fleming Bldg - Replace $35,000
The building audits have been completed. The information
flourescent lights with LED
contained in the audits shall be prioritized in a 20 year life cycle
$50,000
plan. The items identified shall then require repair and/or
replacement and appropriate budgets shall be designated per
facility.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The repairs and/or replacements will reduce future maintenance


and operating costs.

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Tangible Capital Assets
PWOG-4
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Corporate and Legislative Services - Facilities


Management - Fire Services
Project # 3-1.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,470.0 50.0 1,250.0 170.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,470.0 50.0 1,250.0 170.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 350.0 350.0
Total Debenture Financing 350.0 350.0

Reserves
- Sustainability Reserve 35.0 35.0
Total Reserves 35.0 35.0

Capital Levy 1,085.0 15.0 900.0 170.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Facilities Management

Create AutoCAD Master


Facility Drawings for all 3-1.05 425.0 175.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 85.0 85.0
City Facilities
Building Condition
Audits for all City 3-1.06 1,450.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 950.0 950.0
Facilities

Total 1,875.0 175.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 335.0 335.0 250.0 250.0 950.0 950.0

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Questica#: 17-075 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.05

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Create AutoCAD Master Facility Drawings for all City Facilities The intent of this project is to create scaled AutoCAD floor and site
plans for all City facilities providing a computerized drawing data base
Commitments Made of all City facilities.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 17-075 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Create AutoCAD Master Facility Drawings for all City
Facilities
Project # 3-1.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 425.0 175.0 165.0 85.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 425.0 175.0 165.0 85.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 425.0 175.0 165.0 85.0

- 32 -
Questica#: 17-076 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-1.06

Division: Finance - Facilities Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Building Condition Audits for all City Facilities Perform Building Condition Audits, Elevator Audits and Energy Audits
on all City Facilities. The original Building Condition Audits were last
Commitments Made performed in 2009 and 2010 and should be updated on a regular
cycle. It is recommended that the audits should be updated every
seven years.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 17-076 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities Management

Project Description Building Condition Audits for all City Facilities

Project # 3-1.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,450.0 250.0 250.0 450.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,450.0 250.0 250.0 450.0 500.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 1,450.0 250.0 450.0 500.0
250.0

- 34 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Construction of New
Athletic Facilities 3-2.01 3,710.0 420.0 3,290.0 1,745.0 1,545.0 64.5 1,480.5

Wading Pool
Conversions/New 3-2.02 3,790.0 600.0 200.0 200.0 320.0 320.0 375.0 375.0 2,295.0 2,295.0
Splash Pads
Construction of a New
Washroom Building at 3-2.03 600.0 600.0 600.0
Trent Ball Diamond
Park Washroom
Replacement Bldgs 3-2.04 1,392.6 932.6 460.0 460.0

Development of New
Ball Diamonds and Field 3-2.05 14,500.0 100.0 100.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 12,400.0 12,400.0
House

Total 23,992.6 1,952.6 3,490.0 1,945.0 1,545.0 64.5 1,480.5 1,480.0 1,480.0 2,375.0 2,375.0 14,695.0 14,695.0

- 35 -
Questica#: 16-012 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-2.01

Division: Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Construction of New Athletic Facilities Field development over the last ten years has been in partnership with
public institutions and community sport partners to improve the
This budget request will fund new athletic facilities at Holy Cross facilities available for recreational and competitive play.
Secondary School to meet the demands of outdoor community
sports. An artificial playing field and track project, in partnership A joint project with other partners means that the City can maximize its
with the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington investment with a reduced cost impact to the local tax base, both on
Catholic District School Board, is proposed for construction in the capital and the operating costs, for the complete project.
2019.
The 2019 request would be for Request for Tenders and construction.
Commitments Made
Accessibility Considerations
Community sports continue to make increasing demands on the
limited fields and facilities provided by the City and other partners The sports field will include park signage, walkways and rest areas and
like the Board(s) of Education, Fleming College and Trent to meet the AODA guidelines for accessibility.
University.

Through Report CLSFPI18-002, dated June 25, 2018, Council


approved the conceptual design of the project, a partnership with
the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington District
School Board and for the project to move forward to the detailed
design phase.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Artificial fields present savings in terms of annual operating costs


as they do not need watering, fertilizing, and only are required to be
raked once weekly. Previous fields developed by the City with
partners have been cost effective operationally.
- 36 -
Questica #: 16-012 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Description Construction of New Athletic Facilities

Project # 3-2.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,710.0 420.0 3,290.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Community Sponsors 1,855.0 210.0 1,645.0
Casino Gaming Reserve 100.0 100.0
Total Direct Revenue 1,955.0 210.0 1,745.0
Net Requirements 1,755.0 210.0 1,545.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Parks 1,660.5 180.0 1,480.5
Total Debenture Financing 1,660.5 180.0 1,480.5
Development Charges
DCRF Parks
Total Development Charges

Capital Levy 94.5 30.0 64.5

- 37 -
Questica#: 17-128 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-2.02

Division: Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Wading Pool Conversions/New Splash Pads The City currently operates four supervised wading pools located at
Turner Park, Chelsea Gardens, Knights of Columbus Park and John
This project delivers new water play opportunities in children's Taylor Memorial Park which are showing signs of decline and require
playgrounds over a ten year period. The first recommendation is the replacement. Additionally, malfunctioning and irreparable spray posts
ongoing replacement of existing wading pools with new splash are located in Olympus Park and Hamilton Park.
pads. The second recommendation is for new water play facilities
in under served areas in Peterborough. The final recommendation A strategy to address aging infrastructure and demands for new
is a splash pad for Beavermead Park in 2026. facilities was included in Report APRAC16-017 Outdoor Water Play
Facilities 10 Year Capital Strategy. New splash pad facilities are
Commitments Made identified in this Report for the areas of Peterborough South West End
and West End, locations to be determined. Beavermead Park is
No further commitments have been made at this time, however, the identified as a longer term location for a splash pad facility.This report
Arenas, Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee have supported a is further supported by the Vision 2025 report that currently identifies a
comprehensive strategy to offer cost effective water play facilities . shortfall in water play and splash pads within the City.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets In 2017, Barnardo Park wading pool was converted to a splash pad as
part of a larger park rehabilitation project under the ten year strategy.
The conversion of wading pools to splash pads will see the
elimination of lifeguard supervision and chlorine supplies each The 2019 request of $200,000 is for Hamilton Park and Olympus Park
year. to changeover the spray post to a ground geyser spray feature.

Accessibility Considerations

All new facilities will address AODA requirements for accessibility of


outdoor playscapes.

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Questica #: 17-128 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Description Wading Pool Conversions/New Splash Pads

Project # 3-2.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,790.0 600.0 200.0 320.0 375.0 360.0 375.0 1,560.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 300.0 300.0
Casino Gaming Reserve 200.0 200.0
Total Direct Revenue 500.0 300.0 200.0
Net Requirements 3,290.0 300.0 320.0 375.0 360.0 375.0 1,560.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 300.0 300.0
Total Reserves 300.0 300.0

Capital Levy 2,990.0 320.0 375.0 1,560.0


375.0 360.0

- 39 -
Questica#: 18-134 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-2.03

Division: Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Construction of a New Washroom Building at Trent Ball Diamond The baseball diamond and sport field facility at Trent University was
completed in 2016. The original master plan for the project identified a
This budget request will fund a new washroom building at the location for a future plan washroom building of approximately 432 m2.
baseball diamond and sport field facility at Trent University. External servicing is currently underway along Pioneer Road to support
development in this area allowing a washroom building to be further
Commitments Made considered at this facility location.

No commitment has been made at this time, however, a washroom Accessibility Considerations
facility at this location was part of the master plan for this site.
This facility will meet the requirements of the Ontario Building Code for
Effects on Future Operating Budgets accessibility. The building will accommodate provision of accessible,
all inclusive universal washroom design.
Future operating budgets will reflect the cost of maintaining this
washroom facility.

- 40 -
Questica #: 18-134 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Description Construction of a New Washroom Building at Trent Ball


Diamond
Project # 3-2.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 600.0 600.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 600.0 600.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 330.0 330.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing 330.0 330.0
Development Charges
DCRF Parks 270.0 270.0
Total Development Charges 270.0 270.0
Capital Levy

- 41 -
Questica#: 15110 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-2.04

Division: Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Park Washroom Replacement Buildings Three park washroom buildings were identified as aged and in poor
condition in active use parks. Replacement facilities, that serve a
This budget requests funds to replace washroom buildings that are broader sector of the public, are recommended.
in excess of 50 years old with modern, accessible facilities.
The City replaced King Edward Park washroom building in 2016 and
Commitments Made Nicholl's Oval Park washroom building in 2018.

The replacement of the Jackson Park washroom facility is being


Effects on Future Operating Budgets recommended in 2020.

Replacement facilities that are modernized, efficient and durable Accessibility Considerations
will reduce the annual maintenance by Public Works staff.
The facilities recommended in this budget will meet or exceed the
minimum requirements of the Ontario Building Code.

- 42 -
Questica #: 15110 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Description Park Washroom Replacement Bldgs

Project # 3-2.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,392.6 932.6 460.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,392.6 932.6 460.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,285.0 825.0 460.0
Total Debenture Financing 1,285.0 825.0 460.0
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 95.0 95.0
Contribution from related project 12.6 12.6
Total Reserves 107.6 107.6

- 43 -
Questica#: 18-135 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-2.05

Division: Corporate - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Development of New Ball Diamonds and Field House Funds allocated within this budget are dedicated to sport facility
development at the property located at Pioneer Road and 9th Line on
This budget requests funds for future development of four new land leased from Trent University.
baseball diamonds and a field house to meet the ongoing growth
of community sports and provide year round covered access to one As identified in report CSD15-019 - New Arena Development Site,
sports field. Trent University committed to reserve 23 acres for the City's use at
Pioneer Road and 9th Line, for the development of recreational sport
The field house would be a building enclosing a large area suitable fields. For example, the relocation of ball diamonds from Morrow Park
for various forms of athletics and spectator seating. should the Morrow grounds be altered as identified in the Morrow Park
Master Plan. The City was given a 15-year period to develop the
Commitments Made property.

No commitments have been made at this time. The Field House will provide year round access to an indoor track,
athletic field, as well as court options for basketball, ball hockey, and
Effects on Future Operating Budgets racquet sports. It will provide a multi-functional facility that will meet the
needs of the community including the capacity to accommodate many
Future operating budgets will reflect the cost of maintaining this varied and unique training activities, as well as clinics and workshops.
facility.
Accessibility Considerations

The facilities recommended will meet the AODA guidelines for fully
accessible design.

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Questica #: 18-135 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Corporate - Facilities and Planning Initiatives

Project Description Development of New Ball Diamonds and Field House

Project # 3-2.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 14,500.0 100.0 2,000.0 8,000.0 4,400.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 14,500.0 100.0 2,000.0 8,000.0 4,400.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,640.0 6,200.0 440.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing 6,640.0 440.0
6,200.0
Development Charges
DCRF Parks 6,400.0 640.0 1,800.0 3,960.0
Total Development Charges 6,400.0 3,960.0
640.0 1,800.0
Capital Levy 1,460.0 100.0 1,360.0

- 45 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Information Technology

City Departmental
Projects 3-3.01 7,198.4 898.4 148.9 749.5 642.4 107.0 700.0 700.0 700.0 700.0 4,900.0 4,900.0

PTS Capital
Expenditures 3-3.02 4,774.8 499.8 499.8 249.8 250.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 3,325.0 3,325.0

City Technology Project


and Capital 3-3.03 2,239.5 214.5 214.5 214.5 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,575.0 1,575.0
Improvements
Software and Desktop
Equipment 3-3.04 598.7 58.7 58.7 60.0 60.0 420.0
Replacement Plan
Next Generation 9-1-1
3-3.05 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 100.0 100.0

Total 14,961.3 1,721.3 207.6 1,513.7 1,156.7 357.0 1,560.0 1,500.0 1,460.0 1,400.0 10,220.0 9,800.0

- 46 -
Questica#: 19-090 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-3.01

Division: Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

City Departmental Projects $84,720 - Social Services Audiolog Upgrade or Replacement


$61,000 - Social Services Centralized Childcare Waitlist
Commitments Made $3,220 - Social Services CERP
$4,600 - Community Services Map - 4-Info.com
None $5,480 - Corporate Community Engagement Calendar
$150,000 - Data Governance
Effects on Future Operating Budgets $4,600 - e-Scribe Workflow Implementation
$29,600 - File Sharing (POA, OPP, Police, Fire, etc.)
Software licenses generally incur an annual maintenance cost that $118,400 - InMagic Expansion of Digital Images to Web
is approximately 20% to 25% of the initial capital investment. $8,220 - Migration of Large Article pickup to Core POS
$25,220 - Mobile Inspections for Fire Prevention
$21,000 - Online Assessment Inquiry
$18,220 - Pecuniary Interest Registry
$27,600 - Public Works - Yard Move - 2nd ProFuel Site
$27,020 - Records Management Efficiencies
$79,040 - SCADA Strategy and Software
$18,220 - SMS Reporting
$14,440 - TeleStaff Software Upgrade
$49,000 - V-Tax Upgrade
$35,000 - Public Wifi for Memorial Centre
$13,800 - Digital Image Storage
$100,000 - Project Co-ordinator

Total $898,400

- 47 -
Questica #: 19-090 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Description City Departmental Projects

Project # 3-3.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 7,198.4 898.4 700.0 700.0 700.0 700.0 3,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Internal Recoveries 148.9 148.9
Total Direct Revenue 148.9 148.9
Net Requirements 7,049.5 749.5 700.0 700.0 700.0 700.0 3,500.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 28.0 28.0
Waste Water Reserve Fund 79.0 79.0
Total Reserves 107.0 107.0
Capital Levy 6,942.4 642.4 700.0 700.0 3,500.0
700.0 700.0

- 48 -
Questica#: 19-086 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-3.02

Division: Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Peterborough Technology Services - City Capital Expenditures Total Capital Projects and Improvements: $499,750. This project
consists of the following:
Commitments Made - replacing IT assets as part of regular lifecylce management
- extending the use of existing technology to provide greater coverage
None - new initiatives.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Software licenses will incur an annual maintenance cost that is


approximately 20 to 25% of the capital cost.

- 49 -
Questica #: 19-086 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Description PTS Capital Expenditures

Project # 3-3.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,774.8 499.8 475.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 2,375.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,774.8 499.8 475.0 475.0 475.0 475.0 2,375.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
EDP Equip Reserve 250.0 250.0
Total Reserves 250.0 250.0
Capital Levy 4,524.8 249.8 475.0 475.0 2,375.0
475.0 475.0

- 50 -
Questica#: 19-087 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-3.03

Division: Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

City Technology and Capital Improvements Machinery and Equipment/Computer Hardware and Software (Server
replacements, Switches, Computers, Software)
Commitments Made
Total: $214,500
None.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Software licenses will incur an annual maintenance cost that is


approximately 20% to 25% of the initial capital investment.

- 51 -
Questica #: 19-087 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Description City Technology Project and Capital Improvements

Project # 3-3.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,239.5 214.5 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,125.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,239.5 214.5 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,125.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 2,239.5 214.5 225.0 225.0 1,125.0
225.0 225.0

- 52 -
Questica#: 19-088 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-3.04

Division: Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Software and Desktop Equipment Replacement Plan The following equipment will be purchased.

Commitments Made Desktop Computers - $54,188


Monitors - $4,462
None Total - $58,650

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

None

- 53 -
Questica #: 19-088 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Description Software and Desktop Equipment Replacement Plan

Project # 3-3.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 598.7 58.7 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Transfer from Operations 598.7 58.7 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 300.0
Total Direct Revenue 598.7 58.7 60.0 60.0 300.0
60.0 60.0

- 54 -
Questica#: 19-104 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-3.05

Division: Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Next Generation 9-1-1 The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission


(CRTC) passed a decision in 2017 (Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC
Commitments Made 2017-182) that will change the delivery of 9-1-1 services introducing
NG9-1-1 (Next Generation 9-1-1). All 9-1-1 answer agencies across
Canada will have to be migrated onto the new platform no later than
Effects on Future Operating Budgets June of 2023.

The current system (Enhanced 9-1-1) cannot keep up with technology


or public expectations. NG9-1-1 will allow real time text and multimedia
such as images and video as well as communication from new devices
such as telematics (eg. OnStar), watches and wearables. Location
data will also be enhanced.

The 2019 budget provides high level estimates to explore options that
may be available from a technology perspective and position the City
to adopt the new technology when it becomes available. CRTC is
phasing in NG9-1-1 with voice available mid 2020 and text late 2020.

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Questica #: 19-104 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Information Technology - Information Technology

Project Description Next Generation 9-1-1

Project # 3-3.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 150.0 50.0 100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 150.0 50.0 100.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 150.0 50.0 100.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Other

Enterprise Software
Modernization 3-4.01 10,249.5 5,727.3 2,555.1 2,555.1 524.5 869.2 1,161.4 1,967.1 1,967.1

Amanda Software
Upgrade 3-4.02 774.9 607.3 167.6 167.6 107.6 60.0

Total 11,024.4 6,334.6 2,722.7 2,722.7 632.1 869.2 1,221.4 1,967.1 1,967.1

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Questica#: 16-015 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.01

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Enterprise Software Modernization Specific computerized applications due for replacement include:
- Financial Enterprise Resource Planning software - the product has
Commitments Made been in use since 1997. The estimated replacement cost after
implementation is approximately $10.2 million.
Estimated funding required to implement Enterprise Resource
Planning Software - SAP - Property Taxation Software - the current product being used meets
today's legislative requirements, but does not include any of the
In 2016, through Report CPFS16-018, Council awarded a contract electronic customer service offerings that are expected in today 's
to PerfectMind for the City's Program Registration and Facility business environment. The software will be replaced as part of the
Booking Software. SAP project.

In 2017, through Report CPFS17-036, Council awarded a contract Accessibility Considerations


to SAP for a corporate Financial Enterprise Resource Planning
solution. All City websites that integrate web-based software will meet
international website standards for accessibility known as WCAG 2.0
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Level AA and be tablet and mobile friendly.

Updating the City's Enterprise software will require additional


ongoing software maintenance fees that will be budgeted as part of
the City's Information Services Operating Budget.

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Questica #: 16-015 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Enterprise Software Modernization

Project # 3-4.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 10,249.5 5,727.3 2,555.1 1,967.1

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Transfer from Operations 266.0 266.0
Total Direct Revenue 266.0 266.0

Net Requirements 9,983.5 5,461.3 2,555.1 1,967.1

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,408.1 1,538.9 869.2
Total Debenture Financing 2,408.1 1,538.9 869.2
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 3,944.3 2,032.9 1,161.4 750.0
Waste Water Reserve Fund 690.5 690.5
Total Reserves 4,634.8 2,723.4 1,161.4 750.0
Capital Levy 2,940.6 1,199.0 524.5 1,217.1

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Questica#: 17-022 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.02

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Amanda Software Upgrade Amanda is the corporate software for property records and requires an
extensive upgrade. The specific components of the project include:
Commitments Made

Amanda is extensively used within both the Building and Planning 2019
Divisions. Clerk's - FOI Request - $71,308
Clerk's - Business licenses - $36,308
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Field Inspection - $40,000
New Licenses - $20,000

Accessibility Considerations

All City websites that integrate web-based software will meet


international website standards for accessibility known as WCAG 2.0
Level AA and be tablet and mobile friendly.

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Questica #: 17-022 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Amanda Software Upgrade

Project # 3-4.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 774.9 607.3 167.6

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Internal Recoveries 71.6 71.6
Total Direct Revenue 71.6 71.6

Net Requirements 703.3 535.7 167.6


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Building Division Reserve 260.1 200.1 60.0
Total Reserves 260.1 200.1 60.0
Capital Levy 443.2 335.6 107.6

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Corporate and Legislative Services


Other

Canadian Canoe
Museum - Capital Build 3-4.03 4,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0 2,500.0

Humane Society - New


Animal Care Centre 3-4.04 1,686.0 686.0 400.0 400.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0
Capital Campaign
Fairhaven Capital
Funding 3-4.05 1,377.3 204.0 216.4 216.4 216.4 225.2 225.2 234.3 234.3 497.4 497.4

Hospice Peterborough
3-4.06 1,500.0 1,300.0 200.0 200.0 200.0

Development Charge
Study Update 3-4.07 250.0 50.0 75.0 75.0 7.5 67.5 125.0 125.0

Total 8,813.3 2,240.0 1,391.4 900.0 491.4 423.9 67.5 1,025.2 1,025.2 1,034.3 1,034.3 3,122.4 3,122.4

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Questica#: 18-138 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.03

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Canadian Canoe Museum - Capital Build Established in 1997, the Canadian Canoe Museum (Museum) is now
home to the world’s largest and most significant collection of canoes ,
Commitments Made kayaks and paddled watercraft. The Museum is looking to move to a
new 75,000 square-foot facility that will physically connect the more
Based upon Report CSD17-030 - Canadian Canoe Museum than 600 watercraft in its collection to local waterways at a location
Funding Request and Pre-Commitment of Future Capital Budgets, beside the Peterborough Lift Lock on the Trent-Severn Waterway (both
Council approved a motion that a total of $4.0 million in capital National Historic Sites).
funding for the Canadian Canoe Museum for its proposed new
facility, be approved, with the City contributions paid in increments The Museum has had recent success in securing funding from both the
over eight years, beginning in 2019. provincial and federal levels of government. On February 24, 2017, the
Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister of Status of Women and MP for
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Peterborough-Kawartha, on behalf of the Honourable Mélanie Joly,
Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced more than $1.4 million in
cultural infrastructure funding from the Government of Canada.
Similarly, on May 26, 2017, MPP Jeff Leal, on behalf of the Province,
announced a funding commitment of $9.0 million toward the project.

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Questica #: 18-138 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Canadian Canoe Museum - Capital Build

Project # 3-4.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,000.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve 500.0 500.0
Total Direct Revenue 500.0 500.0
Net Requirements 3,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0
To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 3,500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0
500.0 500.0

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Questica#: 17-006 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.04

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Humane Society - New Animal Care Centre Capital Campaign Based on Report OCS16-002 dated May 30, 2016, and a presentation
by the Humane Society, Council committed to support the capital
Commitments Made campaign over five annual installments. The motions read as follows:

Through Report OCS16-002 dated May 30, 2016, Council b) That the City of Peterborough approve a $1.5 million capital
committed to support the Humane Society's capital campaign over campaign contribution to the Peterborough Humane Society, to be
five years. paid in five annual installments over a five-year period from 2017 to
2021, in support of the $9.5 million Peterborough Animal Care Centre
Effects on Future Operating Budgets at 1999 Technology Drive;

c) That the City of Peterborough directly pay the Development


Charges for the Peterborough Humane Society Animal Care Centre at
1999 Technology Drive in the amount of approximately $186,000, and
that the payment be made in two annual installments of approximately
$93,000 commencing in 2017;

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Questica #: 17-006 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Humane Society - New Animal Care Centre Capital


Campaign
Project # 3-4.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,686.0 686.0 400.0 300.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve 400.0 400.0
Total Direct Revenue 400.0 400.0
Net Requirements 1,286.0 686.0 300.0 300.0
To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 1,286.0 686.0 300.0 300.0

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Questica#: 18-023 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.05

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Fairhaven Capital Funding Fairhaven has limited revenue sources and the Ministry of Health and
Long Term Care does not provide funding for capital projects,
Commitments Made equipment or the building. Capital repairs had been funded from a
Capital Reserve, however, that was unsustainable.
As part of report CPFS12-062 dated September 4, 2012, Council
resolved that beginning with the 2013 Capital Budget, an annual A capital plan and ongoing funding from the City and County started in
provision would be included in the Draft Capital Budget to support 2013. The amount paid by the City for 2019 will be $216,400. This
Fairhaven’s on-going capital program. renewed support will allow Fairhaven to update and repair various
capital items, some of which are as follows:
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
Replacement of Countertops in all Eight Care Centres: $19,000
Flooring (Spa Rooms, hallways, serveries, etc.): $25,000
Reconfiguration of Usable Dining Room Space: $38,000
Resident Lifts and Slings: $40,000
Anti-Roll Mattresses and Beds: $49,000
Televisions/Monitors (Fairhaven Resident TV Network): $10,213
Resident Lift Batteries: $5,500
Laundry Washer/Extractor: $15,500
Computer Equipment (including one server): $18,000
HVAC Equipment: $85,000

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Questica #: 18-023 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Fairhaven Capital Funding

Project # 3-4.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,377.3 204.0 216.4 225.2 234.3 243.8 253.6

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,377.3 204.0 216.4 225.2 234.3 243.8 253.6


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 1,377.3 204.0 216.4 225.2 253.6
234.3 243.8

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Questica#: 16-107 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.06

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Hospice Peterborough Funding Request Based on Report CPFS15-036, 2016 Budget Guidelines dated July
27, 2015, Council approved the following recommendation:
Commitments Made That, with respect to the Hospice Peterborough Renovation Project,
i) the City commit in principle to provide $1.5 million towards the
On January 12, 2015, based on Report CAO15-001 dated January project construction costs over a three year period 2016 to 2018,
12, 2015 Hospice Peterborough Funding Request Presentation to subject to a satisfactory funding agreement being reached, and
January 13, 2015 Budget Committee, Council approved the ii) That the 2016 Draft Capital Budget includes the first $500,000
following recommendation: annual contribution.

That the Hospice Peterborough presentation to the January 13, The final $500,000 of the $1.5 million commitment, has been split
2015 Budget Committee meeting, seeking $1.5 million financial between 2018 ($300,000) and 2019 ($200,000).
support from the City to be paid in three annual $500,000
installments over the three-year period 2016 to 2018 to support a
$6.5 million renovation to their property at 325 London Street, be
presented to Council prior to the 2016 Budget Guideline Report
being considered.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 16-107 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Hospice Peterborough

Project # 3-4.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,500.0 1,300.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,500.0 1,300.0 200.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 1,500.0 1,300.0 200.0

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Questica#: 18-024 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Corporate and Legislative Services Budget Reference #: 3-4.07

Division: Finance - Other

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Development Charge Study Update Development Charges are levied in accordance with various
Development Charge by-laws that establish various rates.
Commitments Made
The current by-laws for the City-Wide General and Engineered
Services are in effect until December 31, 2019, whereas the Planning
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Area rates are in effect until July 31, 2022.

As the City-Wide General and Engineered Services rates are set to


expire, a new Background Study will be required.

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Questica #: 18-024 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Corporate and Legislative Services

Division Finance - Other

Project Description Development Charge Study Update

Project # 3-4.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 250.0 50.0 75.0 50.0 75.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 250.0 50.0 75.0 50.0 75.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Development Charges Res 45.0 45.0
DCRF Gen Gov 180.0 67.5 45.0 67.5
Total Development Charges 225.0 45.0 67.5 67.5
45.0
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Capital Levy Reserve 5.0 5.0
DCRF Gen Gov
Total Reserves 5.0 5.0

Capital Levy 20.0 7.5 7.5


5.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services Summary

Planning 5-1 16,035.0 1,860.0 1,000.0 100.0 900.0 530.0 370.0 3,600.0 3,600.0 1,675.0 1,675.0 7,900.0 7,900.0
Growth Areas 5-2 6,387.2 1,600.0 500.0 180.0 725.0 725.0 3,562.2 3,242.2
Industrial Parks 5-3 12,244.0 5,344.0 3,150.0 3,150.0 50.0 3,100.0 450.0 450.0 3,300.0 3,300.0
Airport 5-5 8,355.3 2,755.3 1,350.0 1,350.0 350.0 1,000.0 2,175.0 2,175.0 225.0 225.0 1,850.0 1,850.0
Flood Reduction 5-6 259,230.0 29,652.3 4,002.7 4,002.7 300.9 1,370.0 2,331.8 4,340.0 4,340.0 4,645.0 4,645.0 216,590.0 216,590.0
Master Plan Projects
Geomatics/Mapping 5-7 1,921.3 762.3 345.0 345.0 345.0 134.0 134.0 145.0 145.0 535.0 535.0
Arterial Streets 5-9 297,798.0 33,896.0 9,470.0 655.0 8,815.0 35.0 200.0 5,760.0 2,820.0 20,530.0 20,440.0 21,575.0 19,975.0 212,327.0 198,839.0
Collector and Local 5-10 91,187.8 8,846.0 9,234.3 3,824.6 5,409.7 200.0 3,190.0 2,019.7 11,257.5 9,016.9 12,000.0 11,542.3 49,850.0 45,846.1
Streets
Bridges 5-11 21,370.0 600.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 19,770.0 19,770.0
Sidewalks 5-12 18,801.6 1,530.0 736.0 736.0 184.0 552.0 2,970.7 2,970.7 2,186.9 2,186.9 11,378.0 11,378.0
Sanitary Sewers 5-13 16,305.0 900.0 775.0 775.0 775.0 4,500.0 4,500.0 3,630.0 3,630.0 6,500.0 6,500.0
Storm Sewers 5-14 8,490.0 1,525.0 1,050.0 1,050.0 1,050.0 1,250.0 1,250.0 1,015.0 1,015.0 3,650.0 3,650.0
Public Works 5-15 33,860.5 2,221.9 2,221.9 1,235.8 986.1 3,844.4 3,844.4 3,308.1 3,308.1 24,486.1 24,486.1
Transit 5-16 90,596.1 2,333.9 2,339.0 1,339.0 1,000.0 175.0 330.0 495.0 15,858.2 4,908.2 15,191.1 4,241.1 54,873.9 51,800.6
Parking 5-17 5,501.3 350.0 510.0 510.0 410.0 100.0 3,075.0 3,075.0 110.3 110.3 1,456.0 1,456.0
Traffic and 5-18 8,489.9 882.7 554.8 554.8 297.3 257.5 1,842.2 1,842.2 1,846.9 1,846.9 3,363.4 3,363.4
Transportation
Transportation 5-19 900.0 150.0 750.0
Planning
Environmental 5-20 2,240.0 530.0 1,305.0 1,305.0 1,305.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 315.0 315.0
Services
Waste Management 5-21 21,864.5 12,039.5 3,065.0 782.5 2,282.5 1,500.0 782.5 4,500.0 2,250.0 240.0 120.0 2,020.0 1,010.0
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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Total 921,577.5 105,557.0 41,108.7 6,701.1 34,407.6 1,982.3 684.9 17,895.8 13,844.6 81,622.0 65,021.4 72,863.2 59,735.5 620,426.6 598,531.4

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services Summary

Planning 5-1 14,222.2 3,422.2 1,300.0 1,000.0 300.0 100.0 200.0 2,600.0 2,600.0 2,300.0 2,300.0 4,600.0 4,600.0
Growth Areas 5-2 400.0 200.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 100.0 100.0 50.0 50.0
Industrial Parks 5-3 1,032.3 351.1 190.6 70.3 120.3 120.3 243.7 171.9 246.9 173.5
Building Services 5-4 180.0 50.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 50.0 50.0
Airport 5-5 1,403.9 653.9 150.0 150.0 150.0 300.0 300.0 100.0 100.0 200.0 200.0
Flood Reduction 5-6 41,889.3 20,409.3 2,760.0 2,760.0 2,760.0 2,810.0 2,810.0 2,760.0 2,760.0 13,150.0 13,150.0
Master Plan Projects
Geomatics/Mapping 5-7 434.2 265.0 139.2 139.2 139.2 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0
Infrastructure 5-8 4,475.0 2,123.9 400.0 400.0 400.0 800.0 800.0 800.0 800.0 351.1 351.1
Planning Adm
Collector and Local 5-10 250.0 250.0 250.0 200.0 50.0
Streets
Bridges 5-11 6,161.2 2,131.2 265.0 265.0 265.0 810.0 810.0 765.0 765.0 2,190.0 2,190.0
Storm Sewers 5-14 500.0 500.0 500.0 250.0 250.0
Public Works 5-15 2,006.8 175.0 175.0 175.0 180.3 180.3 185.7 185.7 1,465.8 1,465.8
Transportation 5-19 109.8 35.9 35.9 35.9 36.6 36.6 37.3 37.3
Planning
Environmental 5-20 9,362.0 5,812.0 650.0 233.3 416.7 116.7 300.0 2,225.0 2,225.0 225.0 225.0 450.0 450.0
Services

Total 82,426.7 35,418.6 6,920.6 1,303.6 5,617.0 1,702.0 325.0 3,590.0 10,095.6 10,023.7 7,535.0 7,461.5 22,456.9 22,456.9

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Planning

Property Acquisitions
and Improvements 5-1.01 11,000.0 700.0 700.0 330.0 370.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 7,900.0 7,900.0

Jackson Creek
Floodplain Mapping 5-1.02 200.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Central Area Master Plan


Implementation Phase 5-1.03 2,435.0 1,460.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 400.0 400.0 475.0 475.0

Otonabee River Trail -


Del Crary Park to Little 5-1.04 2,400.0 400.0 2,000.0 2,000.0
Lake Cemetery

Total 16,035.0 1,860.0 1,000.0 100.0 900.0 530.0 370.0 3,600.0 3,600.0 1,675.0 1,675.0 7,900.0 7,900.0

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Questica#: 19-028 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.01

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Property Acquisitions and Improvements The General Property Reserve, funded through the operating budget,
anticipates property purchases in the current budget year that support
Commitments Made strategic municipal acquisitions or that implement public policy
directions of the City. The General Property Reserve is also used to
Commencing in 2015, this project included an annual $100,000 make improvements to municipal property, such as building
allocation to reflect the commitment made through Report demolitions, that may be required to improve value and/or minimize
PLPD13-056, to establish a new reserve for the purchase of the risk. Acquisitions may include property to fulfill the long-term land
Naval Association property. needs of the Airport Master Plan and the acquisition of property or
easements to protect the obstacle limitation surfaces associated with
Effects on Future Operating Budgets the expanded runways. In addition to airport acquisitions, the project
may also include strategic property purchases in the Central Area .

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Questica #: 19-028 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Property Acquisitions and Improvements

Project # 5-1.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 11,000.0 700.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 5,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 11,000.0 700.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 1,200.0 5,500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Property Reserve 3,700.0 370.0 370.0 370.0 370.0 370.0 1,850.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 3,700.0 370.0 370.0 370.0 1,850.0
370.0 370.0
Capital Levy 7,300.0 330.0 830.0 830.0 3,650.0
830.0 830.0

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Questica#: 19-027 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.02

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Jackson Creek Floodplain Mapping The floodplain associated with Jackson Creek through the city was last
mapped in 1989. This was at a time when most of the upstream lands
Commitments Made where Jackson Creek enters the city were in an undeveloped state.
Since that time, there has been significant development in the Parkhill
Road/Brealey Drive/Lily Lake Road area which has likely impacted the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets limits of the downstream areas, in particular, downtown Peterborough.

To confidently plan additional development in both the upstream and


downstream areas of Jackson Creek, the floodplain mapping requires
an update.

The federal government, through Public Safety Canada, presently has


a cost sharing program in place for local municipalities and
conservation authorities to update floodplain mapping. The National
Disaster Mitigation Program would fund 50% of the costs associated
with the updated mapping. The estimated costs for updating the
Jackson Creek floodplain through the city are approximately $200,000,
of which the federal government would pay 50%. Therefore the 2019
Capital Budget request is $100,000 representing the City share. If the
cost sharing application is not approved, the project will not go forward
in 2019.

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Questica #: 19-027 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Jackson Creek Floodplain Mapping

Project # 5-1.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 200.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Canada Grant 100.0 100.0
Total Direct Revenue 100.0 100.0
Net Requirements 100.0 100.0
To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 100.0 100.0

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Questica#: 10791 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.03

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Central Area Master Plan Implementation Phase CAMP includes various recommendation such as to carry out a
secondary planning exercise to refresh existing implementation plans
Commitments Made to account for the physical expansion of the Downtown, including:

The Official Plan directs that the City pursue a comprehensive - site and building design guidelines
program of downtown enhancement. The Central Area Master Plan - secondary planning for residential intensification opportunities
(CAMP) affirms this public policy objective. - streetscape design guidelines

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The Central Area has expanded since these plans were prepared in
the early 1990s so the plans are silent with respect to the expanded
Central Area. The Province has also identified the downtown as an
Urban Growth Centre in the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden
Horseshoe, so there are growth expectations and implications for the
Central Area.

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Questica #: 10791 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Central Area Master Plan Implementation Phase

Project # 5-1.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,435.0 1,460.0 100.0 400.0 475.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,435.0 1,460.0 100.0 400.0 475.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 375.0 375.0
Contribution from related project 477.2 477.2
Total Reserves 852.2 852.2

Capital Levy 1,582.8 607.8 100.0 400.0 475.0

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Questica#: 12811 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.04

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Otonabee River Trail – Del Crary Park to Little Lake Cemetery The first step of this project was the completion of a detailed
topographic survey and geotechnical investigation completed in 2011.
Commitments Made A Class EA, which included a preliminary design of the Otonabee
River Trail route from Del Crary Park, along Crescent Street to Little
This project represents the completion of a Council approved public Lake Cemetery was completed in 2015. The completion of a trail
policy and capital planning priority. program surrounding Little Lake has been a long-standing recreation
facility objective of the City’s Recreation Master Plan. The Otonabee
Effects on Future Operating Budgets River Trail is an integral component of the Little Lake Master Plan ,
received by City Council in March 2010.

$120,000 was secured in 2015 to construct a first phase of the trail


through Del Crary Park, however, this phase was not completed due to
the pending completion of the detailed design and engineering.

A preliminary construction cost estimate for the continuation of the


Otonabee River Trail from The Point in Del Crary Park to the Little
Lake Cemetery, consistent with the Little Lake Master Plan, is $2.0
million. This project has been deferred until 2020 to better align with
other projects in the area.

Accessibility Considerations

All trail development will be a minimum width of 3.0 metres meeting the
City design standard for trail development to ensure full accessibility
and safety.

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Questica #: 12811 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Otonabee River Trail - Del Crary Park to Little Lake
Cemetery
Project # 5-1.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,400.0 400.0 2,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Canada Grant
Donations 75.0 75.0
Total Direct Revenue 75.0 75.0

Net Requirements 2,325.0 325.0 2,000.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Contribution from related project
Federal Gas Tax 270.0 270.0
Total Reserves 270.0 270.0

Capital Levy 2,055.0 55.0 2,000.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Planning

Central Area CIP


Implementation 5-1.05 12,822.2 3,422.2 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 4,200.0 4,200.0

Zoning By-law Update


5-1.06 500.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 300.0 300.0

Secondary Plans
5-1.07 900.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 400.0 400.0

Total 14,222.2 3,422.2 1,300.0 1,000.0 300.0 100.0 200.0 2,600.0 2,600.0 2,300.0 2,300.0 4,600.0 4,600.0

- 85 -
Questica#: 13812 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.05

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Central Area Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Implementation The Façade Improvement, Municipal Incentive and Residential
Conversion and Intensification Grant Programs are the three CIP
Commitments Made Programs that require capital funding.

The Official Plan directs that the City pursue a comprehensive Some of the larger redevelopment projects such as the former YMCA
program of downtown enhancement. The Central Area Master Plan and the mixed use development on Hunter Street East involve
affirms this public policy objective. significantly more funding than anticipated which accounted for the
increase in 2018. Costs to convert non-residential space to residential
The Central Area Master Plan was completed in May 2009, as are greater than first anticipated given current Building Code and
reported to Council in Report PLPD09-026, dated May 11, 2009. accessibility standards. These costs significantly affect larger
The plan identified 22 strategies to promote the ongoing health and conversion projects that could dramatically increase the residential unit
vitality of the Central Area. supply in the Central Area. This Program could significantly impact the
uptake in additional units in the Central Area which will assist the City
One of the strategies of the Master Plan was to adopt a Community in meeting its intensification targets for the Central Area established by
Improvement Plan (CIP) for the Central Area. In August 2011, the the Province.
Central Area CIP was approved by Council (By-law 11-115, Report
PLPD11-062) establishing a suite of financial incentives to assist
property owners to rehabilitate and redevelop downtown properties.
The purpose of the CIP is to ensure the long term economic, social
and cultural vitality of the Central Area providing financial incentives
to assist in the enhancement and revitalization of the downtown
area.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 13812 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Central Area CIP Implementation

Project # 5-1.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 12,822.2 3,422.2 1,000.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve 1,000.0 1,000.0
Total Direct Revenue 1,000.0 1,000.0
Net Requirements 11,822.2 3,422.2 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0 2,100.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 1,624.0 1,624.0
Total Reserves 1,624.0 1,624.0

Capital Levy 10,198.2 1,798.2 2,100.0 2,100.0


2,100.0 2,100.0

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Questica#: 19-101 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.06

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Zoning By-law Update With the approval of the new Official Plan planned for the third quarter
of 2019, the Zoning By-law must also be updated to implement the new
Commitments Made policy direction for the municipality.

The update of the Official Plan has resulted in the need to update This update will include a review of the By-law and recommend
the Zoning By-law to implement the new policy direction. changes and additions based on an operational review, as well as the
new policy direction of the Official Plan.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
Given the magnitude of this project, it cannot be completed in-house
with current staffing levels. Therefore, it is recommended that a
consultant be retained to complete the project and a contract planner
be established to manage the project. The Capital Budget establishes
a budget of $200,000 in 2019 - $100,000 for a contract planner and
$100,000 for year 1 costs associated with the Zoning By-law Update,
and $300,000 in 2020 - $100,000 for a contract planner and $200,000
to complete the Update.

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Questica #: 19-101 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Zoning By-law Update

Project # 5-1.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 500.0 200.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 500.0 200.0 300.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Utility Services Reserve 200.0 200.0
Total Reserves 200.0 200.0
Capital Levy 300.0 300.0

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Questica#: 19-102 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-1.07

Division: Planning - Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Official Plan Secondary Plans As part of the Official Plan Update, a design charrette was conducted
in June 2018 to generate design ideas and concepts for identified
Commitments Made nodes and corridors throughout the city. The goal was to consider
these areas as prime areas for intensification and create a vision for
The Official Plan Update identified the need to create Secondary their potential redevelopment.
Plans for Intensification Areas, including important nodes and
corridors, to satisfy growth management requirements of the The new Official Plan calls for Secondary Plans to be created for these
Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe. important nodes and corridors which will provide a framework for how
these areas will redevelop. Urban design is a critical element in the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets planning of these areas.

There are eight nodes and corridors, and four downtown districts
identified by the charrette. Completion of secondary plans for all of
these areas is expected to be a 5 - year project with the focus of the
2019 project being the George Street/Lansdowne Street Area with a
$100,000 budget. Additional requests of $200,000 annually will be
made over the next four years to complete secondary plans for the
remaining intensification areas.

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Questica #: 19-102 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Planning

Project Description Secondary Plans

Project # 5-1.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 900.0 100.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 900.0 100.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 900.0 100.0 200.0 200.0
200.0 200.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Growth Areas

Jackson (Loggerhead
Marsh) – Centralized 5-2.01 2,144.0 1,000.0 500.0 180.0 644.0 324.0
Stormwater Facilities
Lily Lake - Centralized
Stormwater Mgm't 5-2.02 4,243.2 600.0 725.0 725.0 2,918.2 2,918.2
Facilities

Total 6,387.2 1,600.0 500.0 180.0 725.0 725.0 3,562.2 3,242.2

- 92 -
Questica#: 15793 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-2.01

Division: Planning - Growth Areas

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Jackson Area (Loggerhead Marsh) – Centralized Stormwater The Background Study identified the following Development Charges
Facilities funding requirements for this specific Growth Area:

Commitments Made $2,144,000 Stormwater Management Facilities

This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development Comprised of:


Charge contribution for the construction of centralized stormwater
management facilities to support growth. Enactment of the 2017 $ 864,000 Development Charge Contribution
Development Charges By-law is a City commitment to fund the $1,280,000 Developer contribution (Loggerhead Marsh Local
construction of these facilities to accommodate growth in this Services Agreement)
Planning Area.
The next funding requirement is needed in 2020.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 15793 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Growth Areas

Project Description Jackson (Loggerhead Marsh) – Centralized Stormwater


Facilities
Project # 5-2.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,144.0 1,000.0 500.0 644.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries 1,280.0 640.0 320.0 320.0
Total Direct Revenue 1,280.0 640.0 320.0 320.0
Net Requirements 864.0 360.0 180.0 324.0
To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Jackson Creek 864.0 360.0 180.0 324.0
Total Development Charges 864.0 360.0 180.0 324.0

- 94 -
Questica#: 16-052 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-2.02

Division: Planning - Growth Areas

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Lily Lake Growth Area - Centralized Stormwater Management The Background Study identified the following Development Charges
Facilities funding requirements for this specific Growth Area:

Commitments Made Stormwater Management Facilities - $4,243,200

This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development The first phases of subdivision development in the Lily Lake Growth
Charge contribution for the construction of centralized stormwater Area were delayed in 2017 and 2018. The 2018 budget allocated
management facilities to support growth. Enactment of the 2017 $600,000 towards the centralized stormwater management facilities
Development Charges By-law is a City commitment to fund the necessary to support this development. Additional funding will not be
construction of these facilities to accommodate growth. required until 2021.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 16-052 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Growth Areas

Project Description Lily Lake - Centralized Stormwater Mgm't Facilities

Project # 5-2.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,243.2 600.0 725.0 1,520.0 1,398.2

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,243.2 600.0 725.0 1,520.0 1,398.2


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Lily Lake 4,243.2 600.0 725.0 1,520.0 1,398.2
Total Development Charges 4,243.2 600.0 1,398.2
725.0 1,520.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Growth Areas

Liftlock Planning Studies


5-2.03 150.0 75.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0

Carnegie West Growth


Area – Planning Studies 5-2.04 100.0 75.0 25.0 25.0

Coldsprings Growth
Area - Planning Studies 5-2.05 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

Total 400.0 200.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 100.0 100.0 50.0 50.0

- 97 -
Questica#: 14846 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-2.03

Division: Planning - Growth Areas

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Liftlock Growth Area - Planning Studies As development proceeds in the Liftlock Growth Area, it is anticipated
that there will be the need for technical studies to support future growth
Commitments Made and address issues related to new development projects. These
studies could relate to issues such as environmental considerations,
This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development traffic impacts and/or servicing constraints, and could include City-led
Charge contribution for the completion of future planning studies to studies or peer reviews of developer initiated studies.
support growth. Enactment of the 2017 Development Charges
By-law is a City commitment to fund the necessary studies to The Background Study identified a $150,000 Development Charges
support development and accommodate growth in this Planning funding requirement for studies for this specific Growth Area. The 2019
Area. request for $25,000 is for updated studies to support development in
the Liftlock area.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 14846 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Growth Areas

Project Description Liftlock Planning Studies

Project # 5-2.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 150.0 75.0 25.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 150.0 75.0 25.0 50.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Development Charges Res 25.0 25.0
DCRF Liftlock 125.0 50.0 25.0 50.0
Total Development Charges 150.0 75.0 25.0 50.0

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Questica#: 12844 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-2.04

Division: Planning - Growth Areas

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Carnegie West Growth Area – Planning Studies As development proceeds in the Carnegie West Growth Area, it is
anticipated that there will be the need for technical studies to support
Commitments Made future growth and address issues related to new development projects.
These studies could relate to issues such as environmental
This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development considerations, traffic impacts and/or servicing constraints and could
Charge contribution for the completion of future planning studies to include City-led studies or peer reviews of developer initiated studies.
support growth. Enactment of the 2017 Development Charges
By-law is a City commitment to fund the construction of these The Background Study identified the following Development Charges
facilities to accommodate growth in this Planning Area. funding requirements for this specific Growth Area.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Studies - $ 100,000

The 2020 request of $25,000 is for an additional traffic study and an


update to the Functional Planning Study.

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Questica #: 12844 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Growth Areas

Project Description Carnegie West Growth Area – Planning Studies

Project # 5-2.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 100.0 75.0 25.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 100.0 75.0 25.0

To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Carnegie West 100.0 75.0 25.0
Total Development Charges 100.0 75.0 25.0

- 101 -
Questica#: 17-053 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-2.05

Division: Planning - Growth Areas

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Coldsprings Growth Area - Planning Studies As development proceeds in the Coldsprings Growth Area, it is
anticipated that there will be the need for technical studies to support
Commitments Made future growth and address issues related to new development projects.
These studies could relate to issues such as environmental
This budget allocation represents the anticipated Development considerations, traffic impacts and/or servicing constraints and could
Charge contribution for the completion of future planning studies to include City-led studies or peer reviews of developer initiated studies.
support growth. Enactment of the 2017 Development Charges
By-law is a City commitment to fund the necessary studies to The Background Study identified the following Development Charges
support development and accommodate growth in this Planning funding requirements for this specific Growth Area:
Area.
Studies - $150,000
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 17-053 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Growth Areas

Project Description Coldsprings Growth Area - Planning Studies

Project # 5-2.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Coldsprings 150.0 50.0 50.0 50.0
Total Development Charges 150.0 50.0 50.0
50.0
Capital Levy

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Industrial Parks

Cleantech Commons
5-3.01 11,744.0 5,344.0 3,100.0 3,100.0 3,100.0 3,300.0 3,300.0

Major Bennett Industrial


Park 5-3.02 500.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 450.0 450.0

Total 12,244.0 5,344.0 3,150.0 3,150.0 50.0 3,100.0 450.0 450.0 3,300.0 3,300.0

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Questica#: 10778 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-3.01

Division: Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Cleantech Commons Trent University has reserved approximately 85 acres along the north
side of Pioneer Road for the establishment of a science-based
Commitments Made research park. Building upon the success of the DNA Cluster initiative,
the new Cleantech Commons is poised to become a major focus of
Report IPSEC18-018 dated July 9, 2018 pre-committed $3.1 employment growth in the City of Peterborough. This development is to
million. science and technology employment as Major Bennett Industrial Park
is to manufacturing and transportation employment. The development
Effects on Future Operating Budgets of the Commons will require ongoing municipal investment to ensure
that adequate municipal services are in place to support future
This is a new subdivision that will have additional streets, water and employment growth.
sewer, and stormwater infrastructure to be maintained.
There are two distinct components to the project. An external services
program commenced construction in the spring 2017. The external
servicing program and Pioneer Road upgrades are being handled by
Infrastructure and Planning under a separate budget.

The second component is an internal site servicing program to ensure


a supply of serviced building lots as demand warrants. Investors will
construct buildings on land secured by a long-term ground lease.
Internal site servicing costs will be recovered over time through ground
lease payments. An initial phase budget of approximately $3 million
was secured in prior years for this purpose. In 2018, an additional $2.4
million to support internal servicing, lot grading and common elements
within the research park was approved and the 2019 request is for an
additional $3.1 million. It is expected that the first tenants will
commence building construction in the summer of 2019.

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Questica #: 10778 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Description Cleantech Commons

Project # 5-3.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 11,744.0 5,344.0 3,100.0 3,300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1
Developer Contributions 2
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 11,744.0 5,344.0 3,100.0 3,300.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,000.0 1,000.0
Deb Revenue - Lease Supported 10,284.0 3,884.0 3,100.0 3,300.0
Total Debenture Financing 11,284.0 4,884.0 3,100.0 3,300.0
Reserves
Accessibility Improvements Res
Industrial land Reserve 250.0 250.0
Provincial Surplus Reserve
Waste Water Reserve Fund
Revenue from Other Reserve
Total Reserves 250.0 250.0

Capital Levy 210.0 210.0

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Questica#: 18-027 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-3.02

Division: Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Major Bennett Industrial Park There is an existing drainage channel on the east side of Airport Road
that is designated as fish habitat. Due to previous work in the Major
Commitments Made Bennett Industrial Park involving the extension of Fisher Drive, a
compensation project for the loss of fish habitat was approved. This
The City is the region's provider of serviced industrial land. Major included the realignment and naturalization of the drainage channel
Bennett Industrial Park is nearing full build-out and this project along the east side of Airport Road, along with two other projects near
ensures the remaining lands are developable and made ready for Harper Park. The work, however, did not proceed until various
sale. This project implements a previously approved fish habitat upstream projects were completed at the request of the Department of
compensation project resulting from a harmful alteration, disruption Fisheries and Oceans.
and/or destruction (HADD) - the original extension of Fisher Drive
to Airport Road. The property north of Fisher Drive, and east of Airport Road is one of
the last large parcels of industrial land available in the City. The
Effects on Future Operating Budgets completion of the fish habitat compensation project, which will include
a grading plan, is necessary before the property can be sold and
developed.

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Questica #: 18-027 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Description Major Bennett Industrial Park

Project # 5-3.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 500.0 50.0 450.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 500.0 50.0 450.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 500.0 50.0 450.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Industrial Parks

Cleantech Commons
5-3.03 1,032.3 351.1 190.6 70.3 120.3 120.3 243.7 171.9 246.9 173.5

Total 1,032.3 351.1 190.6 70.3 120.3 120.3 243.7 171.9 246.9 173.5

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Questica#: 16-102 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-3.03

Division: Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Cleantech Commons The City has made significant investments in serviced employment
land at Cleantech Commons. Having established an inventory of
Commitments Made economic development assets, this project has especially targeted
establishing the organizational model and business strategy to make it
Report IPSEC18-018 dated July 9, 2018 pre-committed $3.1 as successful as possible. A university based research park is more
million. than a collection of businesses - it requires concentrated effort to
establish a culture of innovation and creativity between tenants, the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets University and the broader community.

This is a new subdivision that will have additional streets, water, For 2019, a funding request of $50,000 is over and above the core
sanitary and storm water infrastructure to be maintained. funding to Peterborough Economic Development (PED) as it
represents an activity that PED will be actively engaged in, but not
directly responsible for. This is proposed to support the initial
marketing of the Park continuing from 2018. From 2020-2021 it is
suggested this amount be reduced to $25,000.

For 2019, money is set aside for the first year of a 3-year contract for a
FTE for an Executive Director at Cleantech Commons for a three year
contract. For 2019-2021, this will be a full FTE equivalent. While it will
reside with the City, the position will fulfill the interests of the University
as well. Therefore 50% of these funds will be recovered from the
University.

Other miscellaneous contractual services relate to the design,


construction, marketing and start-up operations of the Cleantech
Commons including supplemental project management, ongoing
community engagement, and establishment of policies and lease
agreements.

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Questica #: 16-102 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Industrial Parks

Project Description Cleantech Commons

Project # 5-3.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,032.3 351.1 190.6 243.7 246.9

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries 266.2 50.6 70.3 71.9 73.5
Total Direct Revenue 266.2 50.6 70.3 71.9 73.5
Net Requirements 766.2 300.6 120.3 171.9 173.5
To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 766.2 300.6 120.3 171.9 173.5

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Building Services

Development Client
Service Enhancement 5-4.01 180.0 50.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 50.0 50.0
Project

Total 180.0 50.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 50.0 50.0

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Questica#: 18-032 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-4.01

Division: Building - Building Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

The Development Client Service Enhancement Project is a project The project as designed has four distinct streams. The streams are
to enhance the development client experience encountered in the approval application support/review/tracking, a focused customer
City of Peterborough by improving the development approvals support strategy and function, an ongoing quality assurance plan in the
process overall, with special attention paid to approval Development approvals process overall and extensive co-ordination
transparency, application tracking, technical information support, with companion corporate projects.
improved lines of communication between departments/external
agencies and customer service. This project will focus on the Given the corporate restructuring and the creation of the Infrastructure
approvals process that is comprised of Land-use Planning and Planning Services Department, it was determined that the
Applications, a review of these applications and independent Amanda Database portion of the project, to host and track
approvals provided in relation to those applications by City development applications and all associated approvals, would be a
Services such as engineering, transportation, legal, heritage and priority. It is projected that these advancements and aligning the
others, and the applications made for Building Permits. oversight of the development engineering and land-use planning
functions would result in some short term improvements to the
Commitments Made development process. It began in 2018 and will be refined in 2019 to
maximize efficiency and performance. When complete, the other
Approximately $25,000 was spent in 2018. The project was components of the project will be assessed for implementation.
approved to commence with the enhancements to the Amanda
approvals system, and the associated workflow mapping to support Accessibility Considerations
folder and process development.
None at this time.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 18-032 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Building - Building Services

Project Description Development Client Service Enhancement Project

Project # 5-4.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 180.0 50.0 80.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 180.0 50.0 80.0 50.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Building Division Reserve 70.0 15.0 40.0 15.0
Subdivision Engineering Reserv 75.0 17.5 40.0 17.5
Total Reserves 145.0 32.5 80.0 32.5
Capital Levy 35.0 17.5 17.5

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Airport

Airport Sewer & Water


Upgrade 5-5.01 4,855.3 2,355.3 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,500.0 1,500.0

Commercial and
General Aviation Lot 5-5.02 2,025.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 1,350.0 1,350.0
Prep
Airport Road
Improvements 5-5.03 300.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 250.0 250.0

Meeting Regulatory
Change 5-5.04 250.0 100.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 100.0 100.0

Aircraft Run-up Area


5-5.05 525.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 500.0 500.0

General Aviation
Expansion 5-5.06 400.0 300.0 100.0 100.0

Total 8,355.3 2,755.3 1,350.0 1,350.0 350.0 1,000.0 2,175.0 2,175.0 225.0 225.0 1,850.0 1,850.0

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Questica#: 18-143 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.01

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Airport Water and Sewer Servicing Upgrade In 2002, servicing was extended to the Airport to support business
growth. The water usage dictated the size of service installed and, at
Commitments Made the time, was oversized with mitigation methods applied to maintain
safe levels of water chlorination. The sewer pumps were also installed
City Council, at its meeting of March 19, 2018, authorized an based on the requirements with additional capacity for the future.
adjustment to the Airport Water and Sanitary Sewer Service Class
EA (Report USDIR18-001 dated February 26, 2018). The EA will In 2010, the Airport underwent a $28.6 million expansion which lead to
be completed and the recommendations presented to Council for an increase in the number of people on site, from 150 in 2002 to over
approval in the first half of 2019. 600 in 2018. The increase can be attributed to business expansion
and the addition of the Seneca College School of Aviation.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
In 2018, consultants have been engaged to complete the
Environmental Assessment and a request for tenders will be issued to
complete the engineering for the upgrade. Several new facilities are in
the planning stage with construction proposed to take place in 2018.
The new facilities will produce a significant increase in the number of
people on site requiring a water and sewer upgrade.

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Questica #: 18-143 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Airport Sewer & Water Upgrade

Project # 5-5.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,855.3 2,355.3 1,000.0 1,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,855.3 2,355.3 1,000.0 1,500.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,189.1 189.1 1,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 1,189.1 189.1 1,000.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,355.3 1,105.3 250.0
Federal Gas Tax 2,116.7 866.7 1,250.0
Total Reserves 3,472.0 1,972.0 1,500.0
Capital Levy 194.2 194.2

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Questica#: 18-020 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.02

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Commercial and General Aviation Lot Prep The Airport has approximately 40 acres of serviced land for
industrial/commercial use and a further 3 acres for general aviation
Commitments Made hangars. These parcels of land will be leased according to user
requirements as has been the long-standing Airport practice.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets At the time of building construction, there are specific requirements for
new tenant building lots that are the responsibility of the Airport and that
cannot be reasonably anticipated as a component of the lot
development. Such items include: isolated soil remediation costs
under the building pads, minor water and sewer extensions, hydro,
transformers, drainage adjustments or other property details.

This capital project provides a funding source to cover Airport


responsibilities associated with tenant specific requirements.

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Questica #: 18-020 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Commercial and General Aviation Lot Prep

Project # 5-5.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,025.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 900.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,025.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 900.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 2,025.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 900.0
225.0 225.0

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Questica#: 18-017 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.03

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Airport Road Improvements A portion of Airport Road leading to Airport commercial businesses
has been conveyed to the City from the County and is now an internal
Commitments Made road. The road requires modification, resurfacing and landscaping to
provide an enhanced entrance to the businesses.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets In 2019, this project has budgeted funds to produce the engineered
drawings for the rehabilitation of the new internal road to enhance the
entrance and the road leading to the businesses at the Airport .

In 2020, the requested funds will be used to complete the rehabilitation


work through issuing a request for tenders.

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Questica #: 18-017 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Airport Road Improvements

Project # 5-5.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 300.0 50.0 250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 300.0 50.0 250.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 250.0 250.0
Total Debenture Financing 250.0 250.0
Capital Levy 50.0 50.0

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Questica#: 18-019 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.04

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Meeting Regulatory Change New Transport Canada Aerodrome Standards and Recommended
Practices, TP312 5th Edition, was published in July 2015. Transport
Commitments Made Canada has had a phased in approach of the new regulations.

In 2018, Airport staff continued to work with Transport Canada to


Effects on Future Operating Budgets reduce the decision height for the instrument approaches. The
instrument approaches are used for pilots to locate the runway in poor
weather conditions. The lower the decision height the more likely an
aircraft is able to land in poor weather conditions. Upon Transport
Canada approval of the level of service improvement for the instrument
approaches, changes to airside elements will be required, due to the
new regulations.

Changes required to meet TP312 5th Edition include, extension of the


safety area around the runway, paint markings, runway/taxiway edge
light colours and other airside changes as applicable. Some additional
signage, lighting and design of instrument procedures will also be
required. This project will include the removal of Runway 27
displacement.

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Questica #: 18-019 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Meeting Regulatory Change

Project # 5-5.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 250.0 100.0 50.0 100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 250.0 100.0 50.0 100.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 250.0 100.0 50.0 100.0

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Questica#: 19-058 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.05

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Aircraft Run-up Area Aircraft require a location to complete high powered run-ups that will
not conflict with runway use and Airport infrastructure. There are
Commitments Made specific requirements for aircraft including facing into the wind and
safety of Airport operations. The larger jet aircraft produce a significant
jet blast that can be quite damaging. This project is to review existing
Effects on Future Operating Budgets infrastructure to identify areas for safe run-ups and to identify the
long-term plan for a permanent run-up area.

A consultant will be engaged to complete this study in consultation with


Airport staff.

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Questica #: 19-058 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Aircraft Run-up Area

Project # 5-5.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 525.0 25.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 525.0 25.0 500.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 525.0 25.0 500.0

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Questica#: 17-013 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.06

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

General Aviation Expansion Development of the General Aviation Area commenced in 2007 with lot
preparation, Taxiway Charlie and Apron III installation as part of the
Commitments Made Major Airport Expansion Project in 2010. This area, containing
approximately 30 hangars, has reached capacity with the exception of
City Council, at its meeting of February 20, 2018 in considering two small lots.
Report PLAIR18-002, approved the updated Airport Master Plan.
In response to market demand, an extension of the General Aviation
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Area commenced in 2017 on the east side of Apron III opening up
three new lots for aircraft hangars which included drainage, internal
New development at the Airport will generate new land lease road construction, services installation, fencing and lot fill. This project
revenues. The addition of new infrastructure will require an is being completed in phases with Phase 1 completed in 2017. Phase
adjustment to the Operations contract for summer and winter 2 is to start in 2020.
property maintenance.
This capital project will fund lot preparation for four lots, an access
road, parking lots, installation of servicing, hydro installation and
fencing.

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Questica #: 17-013 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description General Aviation Expansion

Project # 5-5.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 400.0 300.0 100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 400.0 300.0 100.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 250.0 150.0 100.0
Total Debenture Financing 250.0 150.0 100.0
Capital Levy 150.0 150.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Airport

Obstacle Limitation
Surface Tree Cutting 5-5.07 803.9 253.9 150.0 150.0 150.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 200.0 200.0

Federal Zoning Process


5-5.08 600.0 400.0 200.0 200.0

Total 1,403.9 653.9 150.0 150.0 150.0 300.0 300.0 100.0 100.0 200.0 200.0

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Questica#: 17-012 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.07

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Obstacle Limitation Surface Tree Cutting The Airport is required through Transport Canada regulations to
maintain the Obstacle Limitation Surface (OLS) which is an obstacle
Commitments Made free area around the runways for safety of aircraft arriving and
departing.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets There are properties with numerous trees nearing the protected
surface which will require extensive tree cutting. These trees are
located on City owned land on the south side of the Airport, and on
properties covered by obstacle protection easements and agreements
surrounding the runways.

This project will require tree removal, by a vendor of record, to provide


the tree cutting and removal service on the required properties in order
to maintain the OLS.

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Questica #: 17-012 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Obstacle Limitation Surface Tree Cutting

Project # 5-5.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 803.9 253.9 150.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 803.9 253.9 150.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 803.9 253.9 150.0 100.0 100.0
100.0 100.0

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Questica#: 12851 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-5.08

Division: Airport - Airport

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Federal Zoning Process The Peterborough Airport Zoning Regulations are federal zoning
controls developed to protect the area surrounding the Airport from
Commitments Made obstacles and specific land uses that could conflict with aviation safety.
When federal regulations are compromised, airport certification could
be at risk. Federal zoning supersedes all local zoning by-laws and
Effects on Future Operating Budgets controls activities on private properties.

The 2013 Amended Federal Zoning capital budget of $200,000 Zoning regulations are in place for the pre-expanded Airport.
was transferred to the Seneca College Airside Improvements Amended zoning is required to protect the extended runway.
Capital Project budget, pursuant to Council Approval of Report
PLPD13-037. The request to replenish this fund will be deferred to This project will take multiple years to complete and is conducted
the 2020 Capital Budget. under the direction of Transport Canada. It is also a public process and
concludes with the federal zoning regulations being applied to the legal
description of all affected properties. The federal zoning obligates land
owners, within the affected area, to respect the obstacle limitation
surface and not introduce land uses which may be deemed to
compromise the safe operation of the Airport, thereby relieving the
Airport of the cost to protect air safety on lands which are not owned by
the Airport.

In order to expedite the process, fees will be required by Transport


Canada and to engage the services of an aviation consultant and legal
expenses.

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Questica #: 12851 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Airport - Airport

Project Description Federal Zoning Process

Project # 5-5.08
Expenditures
Contractual Services 600.0 400.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 600.0 400.0 200.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds 200.0 200.0
Capital Levy Reserve
Total Reserves 200.0 200.0

Capital Levy 400.0 200.0 200.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Curtis Creek Watershed


Improvements 5-6.01 28,560.0 1,730.0 1,730.0 1,730.0 26,830.0 26,830.0

Bethune St Diversion
City Funded 5-6.02 12,235.8 2,215.8 1,370.0 1,370.0 1,370.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 1,980.0 1,980.0 4,770.0 4,770.0

Bethune Street Diversion


Shared Funding 5-6.03 29,069.2 26,011.5 902.7 902.7 300.9 601.8 840.0 840.0 740.0 740.0 575.0 575.0

Charlotte St Upgrades -
SE Jackson 100 yr pipe 5-6.04 900.0 900.0 900.0

North-East Jackson
Watershed 5-6.05 12,060.0 400.0 700.0 700.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 9,060.0 9,060.0
Improvements
IIMP-Infrastructure
Information 5-6.06 250.0 50.0 25.0 25.0 175.0 175.0
Management
South-East Jackson
Watershed Upgrades 5-6.07 76,700.0 76,700.0 76,700.0

Byersville Watershed
Improvements 5-6.08 40,820.0 40,820.0 40,820.0

Brookdale Watershed
Improvements 5-6.09 32,025.0 975.0 31,050.0 31,050.0

Meade Watershed
Improvements 5-6.10 9,390.0 9,390.0 9,390.0

Riverview Watershed
Improvements 5-6.11 9,260.0 9,260.0 9,260.0

Thompson Watershed
Improvements 5-6.12 4,380.0 4,380.0 4,380.0

Byersville - Clonsilla
Parkway Storm Basin 5-6.13 3,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0
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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net
South-West Jackson
Watershed 5-6.14 490.0 490.0 490.0
Improvements
North-West Jackson
Watershed 5-6.15 90.0 90.0 90.0
Improvements

Total 259,230.0 29,652.3 4,002.7 4,002.7 300.9 1,370.0 2,331.8 4,340.0 4,340.0 4,645.0 4,645.0 216,590.0 216,590.0

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Questica#: 16-083 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.01

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Curtis Creek Watershed Improvements The following projects have been approved for grant funding where the
City also provided a City share:
Commitments Made Curtis-Roger Tivey Street Outlet Improvements, Curtis-Armour Road
Culvert, Curtis-Caddy Street Culvert, Curtis-Euclid Avenue Culvert
The Curtis Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by Replacement
Council on February 8, 2010, through Report USEC10-001.
The final stage of construction to bring all above referenced projects
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA together will be channel rehabilitation between each of the above sites.
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014, This project will see in water work proceed to increase the capacity of
prioritized the watershed capital projects. the channel. Grant funding is yet again available provided the City can
support the requested funding.
The City has been successful in receiving provincial and federal
funding for projects associated to this watershed. The proposed The following Curtis Creek strategic projects will be completed
2019 funding will be the final grant request to complete a series of subsequent to those listed above:
dependent projects in the watershed. Storm Sewer Upgrade Parkhill Road; Storm Sewer Upgrade along
Dufferin Steet and Rogers Street; Storm Sewer Upgrade along Armour
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Road; Storm Sewer Upgrade along Hunter Street; Storm Sewer
Upgrade along Sophia Street and Mark Street;
An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased Storm Sewer Upgrade along Ashburnham Drive (pond).
infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-083 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Curtis Creek Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 28,560.0 1,730.0 900.0 2,000.0 5,920.0 18,010.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 28,560.0 1,730.0 900.0 2,000.0 5,920.0 18,010.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 28,560.0 1,730.0 900.0 2,000.0 5,920.0 18,010.0
Total Reserves 28,560.0 1,730.0 2,000.0 5,920.0 18,010.0
900.0

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Questica#: 17-066 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.02

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Bethune Street Diversion - City Funded This project is the City portion of the overall project. The total project is
approximately $25 million and funding is shared 1/3 between the
Commitments Made federal Government, the provincial government and the City. Works
ineligible for the shared funding such as overhead, land acquisition,
Council, at its meeting of September 8, 2015 in considering Report enhanced pedestrian/cycle facilities, etc., are covered under this
CPFS15-044, authorized the signing of the Small Communities project.
Fund contribution agreement for the receipt of grant funding from
the federal and provincial governments and the combining of the The project improves the road condition along an arterial street and
Jackson Creek Flow Diversion, Bethune Street - Dalhousie Street recognizes that the CNR removed its tracks from the street in 1990
to Dublin Street and Bethune Trunk Sewer individual projects into and that a formal rehabilitation is required. The 11 metre width
one project renamed the Bethune Street Project. provides for two traffic lanes and one parking lane. A bike lane
requirement is noted in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan.
Council, through various Reports (USEC15-022, PLPL18-010,
IPSEC18-024) have awarded the Design and Contract Admin to In conjunction with the roadworks, the existing Bethune Street sanitary
AECOM and have extended the construction phases to include the trunk sewer identified in the Area Specific DC Bylaw, will be upgraded
Charlotte Street East Project and the Downtown Gateway Project at and Jackson Creek Diversion flood reduction measures, approved by
Park Street and Charlotte Street. Council in 2014, will be undertaken. The Central Area Master Plan also
calls for a walking/cycling network connecting the Trans Canada Trail
Effects on Future Operating Budgets with Crawford Trail.

Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. In This project is identified in the Citywide DC By-law as a road project.
particular this project may result in a long bridge structure under the Future years' funding requests will be required for potential cleanup of
definition of a bridge. It will require biennial inspections in keeping the old rail bed. Due to the magnitude of the project, it is expected that
with our OSIM Bridge Inspection Program. construction will occur over multiple years.

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Questica #: 17-066 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Bethune St Diversion City Funded

Project # 5-6.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 12,235.8 2,215.8 1,370.0 1,900.0 1,980.0 1,500.0 1,660.0 1,610.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 12,235.8 2,215.8 1,370.0 1,900.0 1,980.0 1,500.0 1,660.0 1,610.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Carnegie East
DCRF Carnegie West
DCRF Chemong East
DCRF Chemong West
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,370.0 1,370.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing 1,370.0 1,370.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 1,713.3 1,713.3
Federal Gas Tax 502.5 502.5
Total Reserves 2,215.8 2,215.8

Capital Levy 8,650.0 1,900.0 1,660.0 1,610.0


1,980.0 1,500.0
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Questica#: 17-065 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.03

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Bethune Street Diversion Shared Funding This project is the shared portion of the overall project. The total project
is approximately $29.1 million with cost shared one-third between each
Commitments Made of the federal, provincial and municipal governments. The combined
federal and provincial funding is provided up to a maximum of $15.9
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by million. The remaining $14 million is the City's cost. Works eligible for
Council on April 12, 2010 through Report USEC10-007. Report the shared funding such as piped infrastructure, roads, etc are covered
USEC10-009 entitled “Flood Reduction Master Plan Progress under this project.
Report and Watershed EA Capital Projects” adopted by Council on
June 14, 2010 prioritized the watershed capital projects. The The project improves the road condition along an arterial street and
Jackson Creek Flow Diversion project is number two on this list. recognizes that the CNR removed its tracks from the street in 1990
and that a formal rehabilitation is required. The 11 metre width
The City has received provincial and federal funding for the project. provides for two traffic lanes and one parking lane. A bike lane
2019 Funding requests are eligible costs per the Funding requirement is noted in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan.
Agreement.
In conjunction with the roadworks, the existing Bethune Street sanitary
Council, through various Reports (USEC15-022, PLPL18-010, trunk sewer identified in the Area Specific DC Bylaw, will be upgraded
IPSEC18-024) have awarded the Design and Contract Admin to and Jackson Creek Diversion flood reduction measures, approved by
AECOM and have extended the construction phases to include the Council in 2014, will be undertaken. The Central Area Master Plan also
Charlotte Street East Project and the Downtown Gateway Project at calls for a walking/cycling network connecting the Trans Canada Trail
Park Street and Charlotte Street. with Crawford Trail.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets This project is identified in the Citywide DC By-law as a road project.
Future years' funding requests will be required for potential cleanup of
An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased the old rail bed. Due to the magnitude of the project, it is expected that
infrastructure quantity, is anticipated. construction will occur over multiple years.

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Questica #: 17-065 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Bethune Street Diversion Shared Funding

Project # 5-6.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 29,069.2 26,011.5 902.7 840.0 740.0 190.0 190.0 195.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 7,970.2 7,970.2
Revenue-Canada Grant 7,970.2 7,970.2
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue 15,940.3 15,940.3

Net Requirements 13,128.9 10,071.2 902.7 840.0 740.0 190.0 190.0 195.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs 887.0 887.0
DCRF Carnegie East 171.2 171.2
DCRF Carnegie West 124.0 124.0
DCRF Chemong East 196.8 196.8
DCRF Chemong West 308.0 308.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate
Total Debenture Financing 1,687.0 1,687.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
DCRF Affordable Housing
DCRF Carnegie East 240.3 240.3
DCRF Carnegie West 126.6 126.6
DCRF Chemong East 246.9 246.9
DCRF Chemong West 386.2 386.2
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 1,019.5 - 140 -
300.9 280.0 246.8 63.4 63.4 65.0
Total Development Charges 2,019.5 1,000.0 300.9 280.0 63.4 65.0
246.8 63.4
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 300.0 300.0
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,020.0 301.8 280.0 246.6 63.3 63.3 65.0
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 7,602.4 6,884.2 280.0 246.6 63.3 63.3 65.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 8,922.4 6,884.2 601.8 560.0 126.6 130.0
493.2 126.6
Capital Levy 500.0 500.0

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Questica#: 16-105 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.04

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Charlotte Street Upgrades - SE Jackson 100 year pipe This project upgrade will include the Charlotte Street sewer from
Downie Street to Jackson Creek to 100 year capacity.
Commitments Made
This project follows the completion of the Jackson Creek diversion
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by project. The upgraded pipes, in the oldest section of the city, is the
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. best alternative given the relatively flat topography of this area.

Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA


Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased sewer


size and quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-105 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Charlotte St Upgrades - SE Jackson 100 yr pipe

Project # 5-6.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 900.0 900.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 900.0 900.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 900.0 900.0
Total Reserves 900.0 900.0

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Questica#: 16-078 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.05

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

North-East Jackson Watershed Improvements The immediate needs for this project will be the Simcoe Street 100
year pipe from the Otonabee River to George Street. The following
Commitments Made needs will be completed subsequent to this;

The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by - Construction of a relief storm sewer parallel to the existing sewer from
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. Hilliard Street along Phillip Street, McClennan Street, Gilbert Street,
Elizabeth Avenue and Nicholls Street; and
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014, - Up sizing the existing pipe to 100 year capacity from Nicholls Street
prioritized the watershed capital projects. and Dumble Avenue and along Parkhill Road and Water Street.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased sewer


size and quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-078 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description North-East Jackson Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 12,060.0 400.0 700.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 2,900.0 2,360.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 12,060.0 400.0 700.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 2,900.0 2,360.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 12,060.0 400.0 700.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 1,900.0 2,900.0 2,360.0
Total Reserves 12,060.0 400.0 700.0 1,900.0 2,900.0 2,360.0
1,900.0 1,900.0

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Questica#: 17-036 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.06

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

IIMP-Infrastructure Information Management Program Engineering Management Information and Systems (EMIS), including
hardware, software, licenses, training and maintenance, will provide a
Commitments Made system for evaluating critical engineering issues, project prioritization,
and management of the project.
Software has been purchased for Engineering and Public Works to
facilitate effective data management. To support the large amounts of information compiled, EMIS will
include the following activities:
Effects on Future Operating Budgets • Engineering Information Management Gap Analysis
• System Architecture
Software and Peterborough Technology Services direct FRMP • Data modeling
related labour costs are included in this item. • Data warehousing
• GIS

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Questica #: 17-036 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description IIMP-Infrastructure Information Management

Project # 5-6.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 250.0 50.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 125.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 250.0 50.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 125.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 125.0 25.0 12.5 12.5 12.5 62.5
Reserves & Reserve Funds
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 125.0 25.0 12.5 12.5 12.5 62.5
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 250.0 50.0 25.0 125.0
25.0 25.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 16-079 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.07

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

South-East Jackson Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- Downie Street/Murray Street, 100 year pipe
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by - Hunter Street, 100 year pipe
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. - Rink Street, 100 year pipe
- Simcoe Street, 100 year pipe
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased sewer


size and quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-079 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description South-East Jackson Watershed Upgrades

Project # 5-6.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 76,700.0 76,700.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 76,700.0 76,700.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 76,700.0 76,700.0
Total Reserves 76,700.0 76,700.0

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Questica#: 16-088 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.08

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Byersville Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- Cedargrove SWMP
The Byersville Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved - Golfview Drive Inlet
by Council on September 13, 2010, through Report USEC10-023. - Twin Clonsilla Avenue East Branch

Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA


Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased


infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-088 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Byersville Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.08
Expenditures
Contractual Services 40,820.0 40,820.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 40,820.0 40,820.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 40,820.0 40,820.0
Total Reserves 40,820.0 40,820.0

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Questica#: 16-084 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.09

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Brookdale Watershed Improvements The prior approved is required for the completion of works to
Brookdale Channel upstream of McDonnel Street.
Commitments Made
The following projects are planned in the later stages of the ten year
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by capital forecast:
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. Barnardo Avenue, 100 year pipe; Bellevue Street; Bennet Street, 100
year pipe; Brookdale Crescent / Chesterfield Avenue; Chemong Road
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA / Old Towerhill Road; Chemong Road / Towerhill Road; Chemong Road
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014, West; Donegal Street / Wolsley Street; Gilchrist Street; Greenlawn
prioritized the watershed capital projects. Avenue; Highland Road, regrade private property; Park Street / Dublin
Street, sewer upgrade; Parkhill Road, 100 year pipe; Stormont Street
Council, at its meeting of June 6, 2017 in considering Report / Glengarry Avenue; Sunset Boulevard, regrading
USEC17-015, committed sufficient funds for the completion of the
Brookdale Channel outlet along McDonnel Street and Donegal
Street.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets due to increased


infrastructure quantity.

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Questica #: 16-084 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Brookdale Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.09
Expenditures
Contractual Services 32,025.0 975.0 40.0 31,010.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 32,025.0 975.0 40.0 31,010.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 32,025.0 975.0 40.0 31,010.0
Total Reserves 32,025.0 975.0 40.0 31,010.0

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Questica#: 16-086 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.10

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Meade Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- Meade Creek Levee
The Meade Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by - Glenmead Road and Farmcrest Avenue
Council on July 5, 2010, through Report USEC10-017. - Naish Road Local Drainage
- SW Corner Farmcrest
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA - Syndenham Road, Severn Road, Rochelle Court
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased


infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-086 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Meade Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.10
Expenditures
Contractual Services 9,390.0 9,390.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 9,390.0 9,390.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 9,390.0 9,390.0
Total Reserves 9,390.0 9,390.0

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Questica#: 16-087 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.11

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Riverview Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- Algonquin Boulevard ROW
The Riverview Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved - Carnegie Culvert at Water Street
by Council on April 14, 2009, through Report USEC09-004. - Lorraine Drive Outlet
- Subwatershed Culvert Nassau Mills
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA - Water Street Culvert Upgrade at Zoo
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased


infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-087 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Riverview Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.11
Expenditures
Contractual Services 9,260.0 9,260.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 9,260.0 9,260.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 9,260.0 9,260.0
Total Reserves 9,260.0 9,260.0

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Questica#: 16-085 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.12

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Thompson Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- Armour Road Runoff Storage
The Thompson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved - Eldon SWM Pond
by Council on February 11, 2008, through Report USEC08-002. - Franmor Drive, Abbey Lane, Chapel Road Drainage
- Scollard Drive Drainage - Major System
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased


infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-085 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Thompson Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.12
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,380.0 4,380.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,380.0 4,380.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 4,380.0 4,380.0
Total Reserves 4,380.0 4,380.0

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Questica#: 16-080 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.13

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Byersville - Clonsilla Avenue Parkway Storm Basin This project makes use of an existing City-owned land parcel along the
west side of Byersville Creek between Clonsilla Avenue and
Commitments Made Lansdowne Street West. This parcel is large enough to provide for an
estimated 40,000 m3 of flow storage. From this area to the creek
The Byersville Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved outlet at the Otonabee River, the topography is very flat. This large
by Council on September 13, 2010, through Report USEC10-023. storage area is the most practical solution to assist in controlling high
flows.
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to an additional


stormwater management facility, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-080 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Byersville - Clonsilla Parkway Storm Basin

Project # 5-6.13
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,000.0 3,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 3,000.0 3,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 3,000.0 3,000.0
Total Reserves 3,000.0 3,000.0

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Questica#: 16-081 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.14

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

South-West Jackson Watershed Improvements The following storm system upgrade projects are planned in the later
stages of the ten year capital forecast:
Commitments Made
- Firwood Crescent
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by - Regrade on Parkhill Road
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. - Valleyview Drive
- Ravenwood Drive
Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA
Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased


infrastructure quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-081 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description South-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.14
Expenditures
Contractual Services 490.0 490.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 490.0 490.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 490.0 490.0
Total Reserves 490.0 490.0

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Questica#: 16-090 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.15

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

North-West Jackson Watershed Improvements The following projects are planned beyond the ten year capital
forecast:
Commitments Made
- NW Jackson-Bonacord Street
The Jackson Creek Flood Reduction Master Plan was approved by - NW Jackson-Hemlock Street
Council on April 12, 2010, through Report USEC10-007. - NW Jackson-Parkview Drive

Report USEC14-006 entitled “Flood Reduction Watershed EA


Capital Projects Update” adopted by Council on April 7, 2014,
prioritized the watershed capital projects.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

An increase in future operating budgets, due to increased sewer


size and quantity, is anticipated.

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Questica #: 16-090 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description North-West Jackson Watershed Improvements

Project # 5-6.15
Expenditures
Contractual Services 90.0 90.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 90.0 90.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 90.0 90.0
Total Reserves 90.0 90.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Sanitary Sewer
(Relining, Renew & 5-6.16 23,230.9 11,230.9 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 7,500.0 7,500.0
Repair - B-210)
CCTV Inspection of
Pipes (A-230) 5-6.17 12,715.4 4,665.4 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 4,600.0 4,600.0

Flow & Rainfall


Monitoring 5-6.18 1,080.0 200.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 550.0 550.0

Rain Event
Miscellaneous Projects 5-6.19 100.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

C-240/210 Flood
Reduction Subsidy 5-6.20 4,763.0 4,263.0 500.0 500.0
Program

Total 41,889.3 20,409.3 2,760.0 2,760.0 2,760.0 2,810.0 2,810.0 2,760.0 2,760.0 13,150.0 13,150.0

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Questica#: 07384 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.16

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Sanitary/Storm Sewer Projects (Relining, Renew and Repair - This initiative will lead to a reduction in storm and rainwater infiltration
B-210) into the sanitary sewer system. This will result in a reduction in the
unnecessary treatment of storm water at the Waste Water Treatment
Based on the findings of the various studies carried out from 2004 Plant, restore some capacity into the existing sanitary sewer system to
to present, sanitary sewers throughout the city require major work support current and future development, and reduce the frequency of
such as relining, repairing or replacement. This is a multi-year sewer backups.
program.
The program also includes the structural relining or replacement of
As well, high water table areas in the city have been identified. In pipes which extends their useful life or rehabilitates degraded pipes.
selected areas, it may be necessary to install a dedicated storm
water pipe to move foundation water and sump pump water away This program follows the recommendations of the Flood Reduction
from private properties and away from public sidewalks and roads, Master Plan as detailed under Section B-210 of that Study.
thus removing the flow from the sanitary system.
The studies that lead to these projects include:
Commitments Made • Smoke and Dye Testing
• Sanitary/Storm System Survey
There are no commitments made at this time. As CCTV • Soils and Groundwater Investigation
inspections are completed, projects are identified that are funded • Closed Circuit Television Inspection of Sanitary Sewers
from this account. Also, continued monitoring of potentially • Rainfall Data
“excessively wet” areas will lead to specific projects.
The program will also extend the useful life of both storm and sanitary
Effects on Future Operating Budgets sewers.

As more infrastructure is installed, on-going operating budgets will


increase.

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Questica #: 07384 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Sanitary Sewer (Relining, Renew & Repair - B-210)

Project # 5-6.16
Expenditures
Contractual Services 23,230.9 11,230.9 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 4,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 23,230.9 11,230.9 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 4,500.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 21,830.9 11,230.9 1,500.0 1,300.0 1,300.0 1,300.0 1,300.0 3,900.0
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 1,400.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 600.0
Total Reserves 23,230.9 11,230.9 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 4,500.0
1,500.0 1,500.0

- 168 -
Questica#: 06402 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.17

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

CCTV Inspection of Pipes (A-230) Pipeline Assessment


• Develop a work program covering the phased inspection of storm
Inspect and evaluate storm and sanitary sewer infrastructure, and sanitary sewers flagged as priorities by the zoom camera
identify rehabilitation and maintenance requirements based on data inspection program
collected, and create a searchable repository for inspection and • Produce a delivery schedule based on eight predefined work areas
recommendation records. • Video inspect sewers in accordance with NASSCO inspection
standards
Commitments Made • Code inspections using PACP Defect Rating approach
• Index and review CCTV inspection videos and PACP Defect
The initial inspection was conducted as part of the ODRAP Coding files
infrastructure claim. Previously approved funds will be utilized for • Evaluate structural and service deficiencies to establish
the 2018 program. performance ratings
• Identify rehabilitation and maintenance requirements that are
Effects on Future Operating Budgets required to address deficiencies
• Prioritize follow-up requirements based on condition and strategic
The sanitary sewer system is now on a six year cycle of regular importance
inspections and storm sewers are now being completed. Problem
areas are identified during inspections. Based on these CCTV Information Management
inspections, a remedial plan to address the problem in the sanitary • Develop a data repository to hold inspection reports, and
sewer system was developed and implemented. rehabilitation and maintenance work records
• Create interface forms facilitating query and search of stored data
• Link database records to ArcGIS to facilitate spatial display of
query results
• Required input to Asset Management Plan

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Questica #: 06402 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description CCTV Inspection of Pipes (A-230)

Project # 5-6.17
Expenditures
Contractual Services 12,715.4 4,665.4 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 2,300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 12,715.4 4,665.4 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 2,300.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 9,665.0 3,115.0 1,150.0 900.0 900.0 900.0 900.0 1,800.0
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 3,050.4 1,550.4 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 500.0
Total Reserves 12,715.4 4,665.4 1,150.0 1,150.0 1,150.0 2,300.0
1,150.0 1,150.0

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Questica#: 17-035 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.18

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Flow and Rainfall Monitoring The purpose of flow monitoring is to collect accurate, current
information on the flow characteristics of the study area, and the
Commitments Made associated rainfall intensity, total volume, rate, and duration.
Information collected will be used for various applications including
The City’s Flood Reduction Master Plan’s strategic objective. computer model calibration; development of area specific modeling
parameters relative to design values; and inflow and infiltration
Effects on Future Operating Budgets identification and quantification.

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Questica #: 17-035 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Flow & Rainfall Monitoring

Project # 5-6.18
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,080.0 200.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 330.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,080.0 200.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 330.0
To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 820.0 100.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 270.0
Reserves & Reserve Funds
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 260.0 100.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 60.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 1,080.0 200.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 330.0
110.0 110.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 17-038 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.19

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Rain Event Miscellaneous Projects Investigations outside the watershed EAs will continue to identify other
areas that have shown a propensity to flood during moderate to heavy
Commitments Made rain events. Council may be requested to provide funds or direction to
allow implementation of solutions as they materialize.
The Flood Reduction Master Plan Progress Report and Review of
March 15, 2012 Storm Event, Report USEC12-012, on May 28, Fixes for areas such as these do not necessarily carry a high price tag
2012 was approved. in comparison to the individual watershed EAs. The City’s Purchasing
By-law would then direct the approval process based on the price
Effects on Future Operating Budgets estimate.

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Questica #: 17-038 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description Rain Event Miscellaneous Projects

Project # 5-6.19
Expenditures
Contractual Services 100.0 50.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 100.0 50.0 50.0

To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur
Reserves & Reserve Funds
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 100.0 50.0 50.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 100.0 50.0 50.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 05387 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-6.20

Division: Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

C-240/210 Flood Reduction Subsidy Program The new proposed Flood Reduction Subsidy Program takes a more
comprehensive approach towards reducing storm Inflow and Infiltration
Commitments Made (I-I) into the sanitary sewer system. The new program will cover more
than foundation drain disconnections and sump pump installations by
USEC 15-006 endorsed by Council to provide residents with extra including all the types of inappropriate I-I source connections to the
protection against basement sewage flooding as well as reducing sanitary system. Specifically, this program will subsidize labour and
the amount of stormwater inflow into the sanitary sewer system. material costs for:

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The installation of an approved backwater valve;

With the removal of clean water entering the Sanitary System, The installation of a sump pit and pump required to disconnect
treatment cost at the WWTP will be reduced. Protecting households foundation drains; and
from flooding may also reduce the City's insurance and liability
requirements. The remediation of any inappropriate connection that allows for
discharge of stormwater (I-I) into the sanitary system.

The City will continue to identify sources of I-I. When a source is


identified, the City will complete the fix on City property and will notify
the property owner of the source on private property.The Flood
Reduction Subsidy Program will be advertised City-wide to provide
property owners an opportunity to bring a non-conforming cross
connection into compliance with the amended by-law.

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Questica #: 05387 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Flood Reduction Master Plan Projects

Project Description C-240/210 Flood Reduction Subsidy Program

Project # 5-6.20
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,763.0 4,263.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,763.0 4,263.0 500.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur 4,763.0 4,263.0 500.0
Total Reserves 4,763.0 4,263.0 500.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Geomatics/Mapping

ESRI Stabilization
5-7.01 1,146.3 702.3 250.0 250.0 250.0 99.0 99.0 95.0 95.0

Vertical / Horizontal
Control Monuments 5-7.02 720.0 60.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 50.0 50.0 535.0 535.0

Plotter
Replacement/Mapping 5-7.03 55.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 35.0 35.0
Furniture

Total 1,921.3 762.3 345.0 345.0 345.0 134.0 134.0 145.0 145.0 535.0 535.0

- 177 -
Questica#: 17-125 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-7.01

Division: Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

ESRI Stabilization Five Year Project The Open Data Project is the initiative of making more information
readily available on a public self-serve web environment.
Commitments Made
GIS Metadata & Search is a summary document providing
None. descriptions of the GIS data set such as the last time it was updated,
where the data originated from, what are the restrictions to using or
Effects on Future Operating Budgets releasing the data or how accurate is the data. This project will create
a new process for the original data capture and on-going maintenance
None. of metadata, as well as software for enterprise-level searching
metadata on all GIS datasets.

Transportation/GIS Data Flow will develop very specific transportation


mapping tools that will provide better access to information throughout
the City (Including trails, transit, roads and pedestrian network). This
portion of the project will organize and model the information so it can
be used for planning, engineering, transportation and public works.

3D Modeling – Standard Policy will develop policies/procedures


around the collection/maintenance of 3D data sets/models. This
project is research heavy and the majority of the project cost is labour
and/or contract employment.

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Questica #: 17-125 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Description ESRI Stabilization

Project # 5-7.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,146.3 702.3 250.0 99.0 95.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,146.3 702.3 250.0 99.0 95.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 183.0 183.0
Total Reserves 183.0 183.0

Capital Levy 963.3 519.3 250.0 99.0 95.0

- 179 -
Questica#: 16-002 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-7.02

Division: Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Vertical/Horizontal Control Monuments Control monuments are placed as part of triangulation surveys,
measurement efforts that moved systematically across the City,
Commitments Made Province and Country, establishing the angles and distances between
various points. Such surveys lay the basis for map-making in Canada
None. and across the world. These permanent control monuments create a
fixed reference frame on which surveyors can base their
Effects on Future Operating Budgets measurements. This allows measurements from different surveyors,
and in different periods of time, to fit together.
None.
This project will replace destroyed monuments and add new
monuments that will tighten triangulation and account for new
development throughout City. It will clean up the 1995 vertical network
and integrate horizontal and vertical into a master network. It will
capture 3D positions for existing monument control.

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Questica #: 16-002 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Description Vertical / Horizontal Control Monuments

Project # 5-7.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 720.0 60.0 75.0 50.0 55.0 110.0 370.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 720.0 60.0 75.0 50.0 55.0 110.0 370.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Control Monuments Reserve 110.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 20.0 60.0
Total Reserves 110.0 10.0 10.0 20.0 60.0
10.0
Capital Levy 610.0 50.0 75.0 45.0 90.0 310.0
40.0

- 181 -
Questica#: 19-022 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-7.03

Division: Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Plotter Replacement/Mapping Furniture The constant printing of GIS data and maps is very demanding on
plotters. GIS map files are very large and require special processing
Commitments Made needs. The right hardware is required to continue to meet corporate
demands. The current plotter is five years old, purchased in 2013.
None.
The 2020 request is for furniture required to set-up a station for maps
Effects on Future Operating Budgets pick-up and customer inquiries.

None.

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Questica #: 19-022 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Description Plotter Replacement/Mapping Furniture

Project # 5-7.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 55.0 20.0 35.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 55.0 20.0 35.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 55.0 20.0 35.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Geomatics/Mapping

Corporate GIS
Development Tool 5-7.04 434.2 265.0 139.2 139.2 139.2 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

Total 434.2 265.0 139.2 139.2 139.2 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

- 184 -
Questica#: 17-072 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-7.04

Division: Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Corporate GIS Development Tool This project will develop a Data Management Plan creating new
processes for asset data layer creation, application review, application
Commitments Made lifecycle and collaborative workflows within the City.

None. Also, a historical GIS system will be developed that will display, store
and analyze data of past geographies and tracks changes in time. This
Effects on Future Operating Budgets can be accomplished by digitizing and georeferencing historical maps
such as fire insurance maps, historical known land uses, infrastructure
None. and industries (factories).

In addition, a Subdivision Status Process (Amanda Data) will be


created to extract subdivision lots build-out process from Amanda into
a map-able format. This would provide planning, engineering, public
works, recreation and waste management with notification of the
percentage of subdivision completeness on an automated schedule.

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Questica #: 17-072 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Planning - Geomatics/Mapping

Project Description Corporate GIS Development Tool

Project # 5-7.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 434.2 265.0 139.2 15.0 15.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 434.2 265.0 139.2 15.0 15.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 434.2 265.0 139.2 15.0 15.0

- 186 -
City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Infrastructure Planning Adm

Emerald Ash Borer


(EAB) Management Plan 5-8.01 3,800.0 1,848.9 400.0 400.0 400.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 351.1 351.1

Asset Management
Project 5-8.02 675.0 275.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0

Total 4,475.0 2,123.9 400.0 400.0 400.0 800.0 800.0 800.0 800.0 351.1 351.1

- 187 -
Questica#: 13515 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-8.01

Division: Infrastructure Planning - Infrastructure Planning Adm

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan The EAB Management Plan continues to evolve as the Emerald Ash
Borer progresses across the City. The latest update of the plan (April
Commitments Made 30, 2018) provided for an extended plan to 2025 (versus the previous
end of the plan in 2023) because of the slower than expected Emerald
Council, at its meeting of April 8, 2013 in considering Report Ash Borer movement. EAB is now confirmed to be widespread
USDIR13-004, directed staff to initiate the EAB Management Plan. throughout the city with perhaps only the north end at the relatively low
levels of infestation.
Council, at its meeting of April 30, 2018 in considering Report
USDIR18-005, adopted the revised Emerald Ash Borer Much progress has been made since the first plan was adopted in
Management Plan. 2013. Tree inventories have been undertaken and insect traps have
been deployed across the city. A communications/outreach program
Effects on Future Operating Budgets was initiated with increased stakeholder involvement. Using this
method, approximately 72,000 private and public Ash trees were
Staffing requirements are included in the operating budget with identified throughout the city.
recoveries from this capital budget.
Treatment of approximately 1,500 significant Ash trees continues and
the removal of dead Ash trees is now becoming more prevalent. When
the dead Ash trees are big enough, a large proportion of the wood is
reclaimed by saw-milling and offering the lumber for sale to the public.

Work continues alongside other urban forest professionals and


government agencies to review and apply the best science and
strategic management practices to limit the visual and financial impact
of EAB and preserve the benefits of the urban forest.

Accessibility Considerations

Not Applicable

- 188 -
Questica #: 13515 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Infrastructure Planning - Infrastructure Planning Adm

Project Description Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan

Project # 5-8.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,800.0 1,848.9 400.0 600.0 600.0 151.1 100.0 100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 3,800.0 1,848.9 400.0 600.0 600.0 151.1 100.0 100.0
To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
New Subdivision Tree Reserve 23.4 23.4
Total Development Charges 23.4 23.4
Reserves
New Subdivision Tree Reserve 0.0 0.0
Utility Services Reserve 58.9 58.9
Contribution from related project 126.8 126.8
Total Reserves 185.8 185.8

Capital Levy 3,590.9 1,639.8 400.0 600.0 100.0 100.0


600.0 151.1

- 189 -
Questica#: 14250 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-8.02

Division: Infrastructure Planning - Infrastructure Planning Adm

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Asset Management Project The project involves the implementation of a program and systems to
assist asset stewards in managing City assets. This program and
Commitments Made system will assist in capital budget preparation and weighing priorities
and determining when capital assets should be replaced versus
On March 14, 2016, Council approved Report USEC 16-007 maintained.
adopting the City's Asset Management Maturity Assessment and
Roadmap. The Province’s Ten-Year Infrastructure Plan makes it clear that
municipalities will be required to develop and file an asset
Effects on Future Operating Budgets management plan to support future funding applications.

Proceeding with a full Asset Management regimen will result in Pre-approved budget funds have been transferred to the City's new
ongoing costs to develop and maintain the Asset Management financial system and as such funding for asset management
System. associated systems and consultants is no longer available. The new
funding request will provide financial resources for software associated
to the Asset Management planning technology needs and potential
consulting fees to develop frameworks such as; stakeholder review
and engagement, levels of service, project management, and
communications. Forecasted budget requests will focus on
communication plans for Asset Management and organizational
alignments of capital projects.

- 190 -
Questica #: 14250 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Infrastructure Planning - Infrastructure Planning Adm

Project Description Asset Management Project

Project # 5-8.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 675.0 275.0 200.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 675.0 275.0 200.0 200.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 334.5 109.5 125.0 100.0
Utility Services Reserve 100.0 100.0
Total Reserves 434.5 209.5 125.0 100.0
Capital Levy 240.5 65.5 75.0 100.0

- 191 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Arterial Streets

Parkhill Road West -


Wallis Drive to West City 5-9.01 25,307.0 14,807.0 5,500.0 5,500.0 2,880.0 2,620.0 5,000.0 5,000.0
Limit
Chemong - Parkhill to
PWay ROW 5-9.02 30,790.0 6,540.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 6,625.0 6,625.0 14,625.0 14,625.0

Water St North
Urbanization - Nassau 5-9.03 6,900.0 500.0 1,000.0 220.0 780.0 780.0 2,900.0 2,900.0 2,500.0 2,500.0
Mills Rd to Woodland Dr
Chemong Rd North
Urbanization - Millroy to 5-9.04 3,550.0 2,750.0 800.0 400.0 400.0 200.0 200.0
North City Limit
Lansdowne West -
Spillsbury to Clonsilla 5-9.05 6,200.0 200.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 5,400.0 5,400.0

Sherbrooke
St-Glenforest to W 5-9.06 17,250.0 2,750.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 6,500.0 6,500.0 6,500.0 6,500.0

Television Road Signals


- Burnham Meadows 5-9.07 550.0 70.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 480.0 390.0

Lansdowne St
Rehabilitation - Park St 5-9.08 6,150.0 350.0 3,000.0 3,000.0 2,800.0 2,800.0
to Otonabee River
Television Rd -
Lansdowne to Parkhill 5-9.09 31,400.0 400.0 750.0 750.0 30,250.0 30,250.0
Rd
Carnegie Planning Area
N/S Arterial 5-9.10 2,400.0 2,400.0 800.0

Armour Rd- Nassau


Mills Road South to 5-9.11 16,650.0 900.0 750.0 750.0 15,000.0 12,500.0
Rotary Trail
Parkway Corridor
Extension - Clonsilla 5-9.12 77,071.0 3,839.0 73,232.0 73,232.0
Avenue to Water Street
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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net
River Road - Hwy7/115
to Lansdowne Street 5-9.13 17,060.0 60.0 17,000.0 17,000.0

Brealey - Lansdowne to
Sherbrooke Street 5-9.14 12,800.0 800.0 12,000.0 12,000.0

Brealey - Sherbrooke to
Parkhill 5-9.15 10,620.0 10,620.0 10,620.0

University Rd - Upgrade
Arterial 5-9.16 8,600.0 8,600.0 3,612.0

Maria St - Walker Ave to


Television Rd 5-9.17 6,500.0 6,500.0 6,500.0

Pioneer Road Upgrades


CleanTech to Cty Rd 4 5-9.18 6,000.0 6,000.0 6,000.0

Ashburnham -
McFarlane to Parkhill 5-9.19 6,000.0 6,000.0 4,000.0

Carnegie Planning Area


- E/W Arterial 5-9.20 6,000.0 6,000.0 2,000.0

Total 297,798.0 33,896.0 9,470.0 655.0 8,815.0 35.0 200.0 5,760.0 2,820.0 20,530.0 20,440.0 21,575.0 19,975.0 212,327.0 198,839.0

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Questica#: 06190 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.01

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Parkhill Road West - Wallis Drive to West City Limit Major reconstruction and urbanization of Parkhill Road is required to
improve the safe operation of this road, provide better storm drainage
Commitments Made control, and to service new development within the Jackson Planning
Area. This project will involve pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk(s),
City Council, at its meeting of December 12, 2011, directed staff to bike lanes, storm and sanitary sewers, turning lanes and signalization.
finalize the Parkhill Road West Class Environmental Study Report The vertical alignment of the road will be improved and an urban cross
and to post the Environmental Study Report for public review for the section will be constructed.
mandatory 30-day public review period. Approval of the
Environmental Study Report was achieved May 30, 2012. A Schedule ‘C’ Class Environmental Assessment, including an
Environmental Study Report is complete with the preferred alternative
Effects on Future Operating Budgets endorsed by Council. The major road works will be designed, tendered
and constructed in one phase, although construction will span multiple
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. years. Construction commenced in 2015 with works at the Parkhill
Road West and Wallis Drive intersection, the installation of a large
storm outlet through the Parkhill Sanitary Pumping Station property and
the urban road cross section between from Wallis Drive and
Ravenwood Drive. The entire project is expected to span multiple
construction seasons with a potential completion year of 2020.

This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges


(City Wide Uniform Charge).

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Questica #: 06190 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Parkhill Road West - Wallis Drive to West City Limit

Project # 5-9.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 25,307.0 14,807.0 5,500.0 5,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 25,307.0 14,807.0 5,500.0 5,000.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,930.5 2,300.5 130.0 2,500.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 10,189.5 4,939.5 2,750.0 2,500.0
Total Debenture Financing 15,120.0 7,240.0 2,880.0 5,000.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,500.0 2,500.0
Total Development Charges 2,500.0 2,500.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 2,312.5 2,312.5
Utility Services Reserve 82.0 82.0
Contribution from related project 869.0 869.0
Federal Gas Tax 4,423.5 1,803.5 2,620.0
Total Reserves 7,687.0 5,067.0 2,620.0

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Questica#: 07193 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.02

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Chemong Road - Parkhill Road West to Parkway R.O.W. Major reconstruction to widen this road to five lanes of traffic , by the
introduction of a centre turn lane, was identified in the Transportation
Commitments Made Master Plan. This work is necessitated by an increase in traffic
volumes and commercial properties.
The environmental assessment and design work was approved as
part of the previous capital budget. The Municipal Class EA has been approved. Property acquisition and
utility relocation funding will be ongoing as the project proceeds.
The Schedule ‘C’ Class Environmental Assessment for this project
was completed in 2014. The project cost will be more accurately defined during completion of
the detailed design. It is also anticipated that flood reduction measures
Effects on Future Operating Budgets will be required, as well as sanitary sewer upgrades, to address the
bottleneck issue within the existing system. Integration with the planned
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. Parkway project will also guide the design of this project. The
development and influence of the Parkway project has caused the
Chemong Road reconstruction to be deferred from its original
schedule.

This project is to be partially funded through Development Charges


(City Wide Uniform Charge and Area Specific).

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Questica #: 07193 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Chemong - Parkhill to PWay ROW

Project # 5-9.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 30,790.0 6,540.0 1,000.0 2,000.0 6,625.0 6,625.0 8,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 30,790.0 6,540.0 1,000.0 2,000.0 6,625.0 6,625.0 8,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 17,186.7 535.0 1,600.0 3,351.7 5,300.0 6,400.0
DCRF Carnegie West 89.6 89.6
DCRF Chemong West 268.7 268.7
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 6,787.9 1,500.0 1,000.0 400.0 962.9 1,325.0 1,600.0
Total Debenture Financing 24,332.9 2,035.0 1,000.0 2,000.0 8,000.0
4,672.9 6,625.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
DCRF Chemong East 171.7 171.7
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 3,169.0 3,169.0
Total Development Charges 3,340.7 3,169.0 171.7
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Waste Water Reserve Fund 463.9 463.9
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 1,280.4 1,280.4
Federal Gas Tax 1,372.1 872.1 500.0
Total Reserves 3,116.4 1,336.0 1,780.4

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Questica#: 17-010 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.03

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Water Street North Urbanization - Nassau Mills Road to Woodland The widening of Water Street appeared in the City's 2002
Drive Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and 2009 Development Charge
By-law. The most recent 2011 TMP has removed any need for the
Commitments Made widening of this section of road. In support of the new development in
the City's north end and the University, the urbanization will provide the
The City has collected a nominal amount of funding from previous level of service required by the area development. This project would
area developments to construct the signals at the intersection of involve pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), storm sewers, and
Woodland Drive and Water Street. Recent developers have also potential for bike lanes, and turning lanes. This project is to improve the
indicated some interest in the project and may be involved in the road condition and level of service along the north/south arterial street
project funding to fully fund the works required to support the to an urban cross section.
developments.
This project will follow the completion of the EA for the north end in
Effects on Future Operating Budgets support of development that is ongoing with the Nassau Mills Bridges
and realignment of Armour Road project.
Increased new infrastructure will increase overall maintenance
costs. In advance of the EA completion and to support development at the
intersection of Woodland/Water, intersection improvements via the
pre-approved Schedule A municipal Class EA will be constructed by
the Developer as external works. The additional funds required for the
intersection improvement over and above the pre-approved funds are
being requested in the 2019 allocation.

Although growth related, this project is not currently funded through the
Development Charges Reserve and will be included in the next City
Wide Development Charge Study (2019).

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Questica #: 17-010 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Water St North Urbanization - Nassau Mills Rd to


Woodland Dr
Project # 5-9.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,900.0 500.0 1,000.0 2,900.0 2,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Developer Contributions 1 220.0 220.0
Total Direct Revenue 220.0 220.0
Net Requirements 6,680.0 500.0 780.0 2,900.0 2,500.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,340.0 250.0 390.0 1,450.0 1,250.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 3,340.0 250.0 390.0 1,450.0 1,250.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,680.0 500.0 780.0 2,900.0 2,500.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Total Reserves

Capital Levy

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Questica#: 17-008 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.04

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Chemong Road North Urbanization - Millroy Avenue to North City The urbanization of Chemong Road appears in the City's Development
Limit Charge By-law and is in support of the new development in the City's
north end. This project will involve pavement, curb and gutter,
Commitments Made sidewalk(s), storm sewers, and potential for bike lanes, and turning
lanes. This project is to improve the road condition and level of service
In 2017, staff worked with the developer on a servicing agreement along the north/south arterial street to an urban cross section.
for the works external to the subdivision. The 2018 funding request
was required for the developer to continue moving forward in an This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges
effort to complete the conditions of the subdivision. Reserve.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Increased new infrastructure will increase overall maintenance


costs.

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Questica #: 17-008 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Chemong Rd North Urbanization - Millroy to North City


Limit
Project # 5-9.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,550.0 2,750.0 800.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 1,650.0 1,250.0 400.0
Total Direct Revenue 1,650.0 1,250.0 400.0
Net Requirements 1,900.0 1,500.0 400.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
DCRF City Wide 500.0 500.0
Total Debenture Financing 500.0 500.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 450.0 250.0 200.0
Total Development Charges 450.0 250.0 200.0
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Federal Gas Tax 950.0 750.0 200.0
Total Reserves 950.0 750.0 200.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 16-061 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.05

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Lansdowne Street West – Spillsbury Drive to Clonsilla Avenue This project will include the construction of a centre turn lane,
improvements to the Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha Heights
Commitments Made Boulevard/Lansdowne Street West intersection as well as the
elimination of the channelized southbound right-turn at Clonsilla
The Class EA for Operational Improvements to Lansdowne Street Avenue/Lansdowne Street West.
West between Clonsilla Avenue and Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha
Heights Boulevard has concluded construction of a centre turn lane, Detailed design is ongoing as phase one and has prior budget
removal of the channelized southbound right-turn at Clonsilla approval. Future funding will be allocated to utility relocation and
Avenue/Lansdowne Street West, as well as capacity improvements property acquisition to proceed as phase two and construction to
to the Spillsbury Drive/Kawartha Heights Boulevard/Lansdowne follow as phase three of the project.
Street West intersection is the recommended solution.

Through deliberation of the 2017 Draft Budget in November 2016,


Council pre-committed $700,000 for the 2018 budget year,
however, due to overall Corporate Capital Budget requirements,
the pre-committed $700,000 has been reduced to $200,000 which
was sufficient to allow the detailed design to commence in 2018 as
originally planned.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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Questica #: 16-061 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Lansdowne West - Spillsbury to Clonsilla

Project # 5-9.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,200.0 200.0 600.0 5,400.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,200.0 200.0 600.0 5,400.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,000.0 600.0 5,400.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,000.0 600.0 5,400.0
Capital Levy 200.0 200.0

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Questica#: 06199 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.06

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Sherbrooke Street - Glenforest Boulevard to West City Limit This project will involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter,
sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm and sanitary sewers, turning lanes and
Commitments Made signalization. The project is to improve the road condition along the
east/west arterial street to an urban cross section.
Council, at its meeting of October 1, 2012, directed staff to finalize
the Class Environmental Assessment to Reconstruct/Widen This project also includes the sanitary sewer and urbanization of
Sherbrooke Street. The Environmental Study was posted in 2014. Hywood Road.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The project costs will be more accurately defined upon completion of
detailed design.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.
Funds were requested in 2014 for the detailed design. Funding
required in 2017/2019 is planned for the required property
acquisitions. Utility relocation and construction are scheduled for
2020/2021/2022 after the completion of the Parkhill Road West
reconstruction project to avoid coinciding road closures.

This project is to be partially funded through Development Charges


(City Wide Uniform Charge) and wastewater reserve.

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Questica #: 06199 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Sherbrooke St-Glenforest to W

Project # 5-9.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 17,250.0 2,750.0 500.0 1,000.0 6,500.0 6,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 17,250.0 2,750.0 500.0 1,000.0 6,500.0 6,500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,666.5 333.3 2,166.6 2,166.6
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 7,251.5 2,085.0 500.0 333.3 2,166.6 2,166.6
Total Debenture Financing 11,918.1 2,085.0 500.0 666.7 4,333.2 4,333.2
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 200.0 200.0
Total Development Charges 200.0 200.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 4,666.9 333.3 2,166.8 2,166.8
Utility Services Reserve 80.0 80.0
Federal Gas Tax 385.0 385.0
Total Reserves 5,131.9 465.0 333.3 2,166.8 2,166.8

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Questica#: 19-034 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.07

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Television Road Signals - Burnham Meadows Through the development of the subdivision external to the City limits
on Television Road, the City collected a portion of the required funding
Commitments Made from the Developer of the Burnham Meadows Subdivision for the
installation of signals. Internal development triggers were identified and
are approaching the construction of the signals. The signal installation
Effects on Future Operating Budgets will also support growth and development of the Liftlock Secondary
Planning area and the City can potentially recover a portion of costs
associated to the signal as a local service to the development.

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Questica #: 19-034 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Television Road Signals - Burnham Meadows

Project # 5-9.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 550.0 70.0 480.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 125.0 35.0 90.0
Total Direct Revenue 125.0 35.0 90.0
Net Requirements 425.0 35.0 390.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 390.0 390.0
Total Debenture Financing 390.0 390.0
Capital Levy 35.0 35.0

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Questica#: 17-009 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.08

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Lansdowne Street Rehabilitation - Park Street to Otonabee River Due to the age and deteriorating condition of the storm sewers,
replacement is proposed. The system in this area dates back to the
Commitments Made 1940s and is approaching its expected life. Due to its condition, it is
proposed to be replaced.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The project will also address replacing some of the sanitary sewers
and pavement structure, as well as the need for some flood mitigation
Completion of this work should sightly reduce the future operating works.
costs with respect to storm sewer repairs and pothole repairs.
Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation and
property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow
as phase three of the project.

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Questica #: 17-009 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Lansdowne St Rehabilitation - Park St to Otonabee


River
Project # 5-9.08
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,150.0 350.0 3,000.0 2,800.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,150.0 350.0 3,000.0 2,800.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
FRMP Reserve Sew Sur
Waste Water Reserve Fund 3,400.0 200.0 1,600.0 1,600.0
FRMP Reserve Capital Levy 250.0 50.0 200.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 3,650.0 250.0 1,800.0 1,600.0
Capital Levy 2,500.0 100.0 1,200.0 1,200.0

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Questica#: 16-068 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.09

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Television Road Widening – Lansdowne Street to Parkhill Road This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and
requires widening of Television Road to four lanes from Lansdowne
Commitments Made Street to Parkhill Road and the realignment of Television Road at
Parkhill Road to County Road 4. Significant property acquisition will be
required for the realignment of Television Road between Old Norwood
Effects on Future Operating Budgets Road and Parkhill Road within the County.

Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. Bridge inspections, which are completed every two years, have
identified the crossing of Meade Creek to be critical. The funding
requested in 2018 was required to initiate the Environmental
Assessment of Television Road in order to better understand the
ultimate configuration of the crossing. The 2020 funding is required to
supplement the existing funding for the subsequent bridge
rehabilitation.

Following the environmental assessment and reconstruction of the


bridge, phase one of the road project will commence with detailed
design of the ultimate Television Road. Phase two will follow with
property acquisitions and utility relocation. The final phase will be
construction of the road.

The project is currently identified in the City’s Development Charges


By-Law.

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Questica #: 16-068 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Television Rd - Lansdowne to Parkhill Rd

Project # 5-9.09
Expenditures
Contractual Services 31,400.0 400.0 750.0 750.0 29,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 31,400.0 400.0 750.0 750.0 29,500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 14,625.0 375.0 14,250.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 15,825.0 200.0 375.0 15,250.0
Total Debenture Financing 30,450.0 200.0 375.0 375.0 29,500.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 375.0 375.0
Total Development Charges 375.0 375.0
Reserves
Bridge Reserve 200.0 200.0
Federal Gas Tax 375.0 375.0
Total Reserves 575.0 200.0 375.0

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Questica#: 16-058 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.10

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Carnegie Planning Area North/South Arterial This work is included in the current Development Charges By-Law and
is required for the over sizing of a new two lane arterial road in a
Commitments Made north-south orientation through the Carnegie Planning Area.
Preliminary road alignment would be an extension of the Parkway
right-of-way. Final alignment will be established through Draft Plan
Effects on Future Operating Budgets approval(s).

Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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Questica #: 16-058 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Carnegie Planning Area N/S Arterial

Project # 5-9.10
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,400.0 2,400.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 1,600.0 1,600.0
Total Direct Revenue 1,600.0 1,600.0
Net Requirements 800.0 800.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 800.0 800.0
Total Debenture Financing 800.0 800.0

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Questica#: 15194 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.11

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Armour Road - Nassau Mills Road South to Rotary Trail This project involves major construction of a partially realigned two lane
urban arterial with sidewalk(s), bikeway, storm sewer, etc.
Commitments Made
Construction timing is dependent upon the rate of development in the
Auburn Secondary Plan area, particularly the former Dafoe property. In
Effects on Future Operating Budgets order to facilitate the stormwater management issue as well as access
points to the secondary plan development, the City has secured funds
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. for the EA. This EA will provide the ultimate Armour Road alignment,
access points for the developers and stormwater management in the
area of a Zone 1 water intake area.

The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of


the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the
Otonabee River, and the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Trent Severn,
taking a holistic approach to planning the area road network. Greater
detail on design, utility relocation and property acquisition and
construction will be provided when more accurate information is
available regarding the timing for development of the Auburn
Secondary Plan area.

The EA is expected to be completed by 2020.

This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges


Reserve (City Wide Uniform Charge).

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Questica #: 15194 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Armour Rd- Nassau Mills Road South to Rotary Trail

Project # 5-9.11
Expenditures
Contractual Services 16,650.0 900.0 750.0 2,000.0 10,000.0 3,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 2,500.0 500.0 2,000.0
Total Direct Revenue 2,500.0 2,000.0
500.0
Net Requirements 14,150.0 900.0 750.0 1,500.0 8,000.0 3,000.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,014.0 263.5 250.0 333.4 2,167.1 1,000.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 8,093.5 594.0 500.0 666.6 4,332.9 2,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 12,107.5 857.5 6,500.0 3,000.0
750.0 1,000.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 2,042.5 42.5 500.0 1,500.0
Total Reserves 2,042.5 42.5 1,500.0
500.0

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Questica#: 14182 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.12

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Parkway Corridor Extension - Clonsilla Avenue to Water Street Various options have been presented to move the matter of
transportation forward in the City of Peterborough. Option C of Report
Commitments Made USDIR18-002 has been recommended that will see many “feeder”
studies undertaken as input to an updated Master Transportation Plan .
On March 24, 2014, the Environmental Study Report for The This Master Transportation Plan together with the various feeder
Parkway was submitted to the Ministry of the Environment and studies will provide the City with an up-to-date Transportation Plan that
Climate Change. The Minister of the Environment and Climate will have considered, in detail, the concerns expressed during The
Change responded on September 16, 2016, requiring the City to Parkway EA and will provide the City with a well rounded and
undertake a full Individual Environmental Assessment for The documented move forward scenario.
Parkway.

Council, at its meeting of October 2, 2017, in considering the


options to respond to the order from the Minister, authorized the
Mayor to submit a proposal to Premier Wynne to allow the City to
proceed immediately with scaled back versions of the north and
south section of The Parkway and commit to an Individual
Environmental Assessment for the middle section when necessary.

April 16, 2018 Report USDIR18-002 recommended the next steps


to move forward with issues related to Transportation Planning and
The Parkway.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Increased road length and new structures will increase overall


maintenance costs but will decrease maintenance costs on roads
currently being used in place of the proposed Parkway.

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Questica #: 14182 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Parkway Corridor Extension - Clonsilla Avenue to


Water Street
Project # 5-9.12
Expenditures
Contractual Services 77,071.0 3,839.0 4,759.0 12,413.0 56,060.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 77,071.0 3,839.0 4,759.0 12,413.0 56,060.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 35,026.6 1,160.1 6,206.5 27,660.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 40,933.5 3,228.1 3,098.9 6,206.5 28,400.0
Total Debenture Financing 75,960.1 3,228.1 4,259.0 12,413.0 56,060.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 500.0 500.0
Total Reserves 500.0 500.0

Capital Levy 610.9 610.9

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Questica#: 16-059 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.13

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

River Road - Hwy7/115 to Lansdowne Street Reconstruction and urbanization of River Road is required to service
the area development, and highway traffic from the interchange. The
Commitments Made project is currently identified as a three-lane cross-section roadway
providing centre turn lane opportunities for existing entrances. This
project would involve pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk(s), storm
Effects on Future Operating Budgets sewers, and potential for bike lanes, sanitary sewers, and turning
lanes. It is anticipated that sanitary sewers along this section of road
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. will need upgrading and re-routing from private property to the road
allowance, if possible. Previous years' funding was for a detailed
sanitary study to identify the best possible means of conveying flows
for this area. The remaining funding for the project is to improve the
road condition and level of service along the north/south arterial street
to an urban cross section.

This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges


Reserve. This project was also included in the 2008 Development
Charge Study as a five lane urban arterial, however, the scope has
been revised since the 2011 Transportation Master Plan.

The detailed sanitary study was phase one with utility relocation and
property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow
as phase three of the project.

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Questica #: 16-059 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description River Road - Hwy7/115 to Lansdowne Street

Project # 5-9.13
Expenditures
Contractual Services 17,060.0 60.0 500.0 500.0 16,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 17,060.0 60.0 500.0 500.0 16,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,600.0 6,600.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 6,600.0 6,600.0
Total Debenture Financing 13,200.0 13,200.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 400.0 200.0 200.0
Total Development Charges 400.0 200.0
200.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 3,060.0 60.0 100.0 100.0 2,800.0
Total Reserves 3,060.0 60.0 100.0 2,800.0
100.0
Capital Levy 400.0 200.0
200.0

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Questica#: 15189 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.14

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Brealey Drive – Lansdowne Street West to Sherbrooke Street This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law.
The project is currently identified as a three-lane cross-section
Commitments Made roadway providing centre turn lane opportunities for existing entrances.
The project would also involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and
gutter, sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm sewers and turning lanes with
Effects on Future Operating Budgets signalization. This project is a continuation of the Brealey Street project
to the south and will incorporate similar principals.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.
Detailed design is ongoing as phase one and has prior budget
approval. Future funding will be allocated to utility relocation and
property acquisition to proceed as phase two and construction to
follow as phase three of the project. It is anticipated that services and
road construction will be completed over two construction seasons.

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Questica #: 15189 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Brealey - Lansdowne to Sherbrooke Street

Project # 5-9.14
Expenditures
Contractual Services 12,800.0 800.0 6,000.0 6,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 12,800.0 800.0 6,000.0 6,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,635.0 535.0 2,000.0 1,100.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,000.0 2,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 5,635.0 535.0 2,000.0 3,100.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,265.0 265.0 2,000.0
Total Development Charges 2,265.0 265.0 2,000.0

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 4,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0
Federal Gas Tax 900.0 900.0
Total Reserves 4,900.0 2,000.0 2,900.0

Capital Levy

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Questica#: 16-064 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.15

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Brealey Drive – Sherbrooke Street to Parkhill Road This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law
and is required to reconstruct Brealey Drive to current urban standards.
Commitments Made The project is currently identified as a three-lane cross-section
providing center turn lane opportunities for existing entrances. The
project would also involve asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter,
Effects on Future Operating Budgets sidewalk(s), bike lanes, storm sewers and turning lanes with
signalization.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.
Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocation and
property acquisition to proceed in phase two and construction to follow
as phase three of the project.

This project will proceed upon the completion of the following major
reconstruction projects;
Parkhill Road Reconstruction - Ravenwood to Brealey
Sherbrooke Street Reconstruction - Glenforest to Brealey
Brealey Road Reconstruction - Lansdowne to Sherbrooke
Lansdowne Street Reconstruction - Spillsbury to Clonsilla

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Questica #: 16-064 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Brealey - Sherbrooke to Parkhill

Project # 5-9.15
Expenditures
Contractual Services 10,620.0 500.0 10,120.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 10,620.0 500.0 10,120.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 7,106.6 335.0 6,771.6
Total Debenture Financing 7,106.6 335.0 6,771.6
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 3,513.4 165.0 3,348.4
Total Development Charges 3,513.4 165.0 3,348.4

Capital Levy

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Questica#: 16-067 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.16

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

University Road Upgrade to High Capacity Arterial This work is identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and
requires the upgrade of University Road from a medium capacity
Commitments Made arterial to a high capacity arterial road from County Road 4 to Nassau
Mills. The City will have to work in conjunction with the County to
achieve the results recommended in the Transportation Master Plan .
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The City is responsible for approximately 42% of the total costs.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.
The project is currently identified in the City’s Development Charges
By-Law.

Detailed design is scheduled for phase one with utility relocations and
property acquisitions in phase two and construction to follow in phase
three.

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Questica #: 16-067 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description University Rd - Upgrade Arterial

Project # 5-9.16
Expenditures
Contractual Services 8,600.0 300.0 8,300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Other Mun-grants & fees 4,988.0 174.0 4,814.0
Total Direct Revenue 4,988.0 174.0 4,814.0
Net Requirements 3,612.0 126.0 3,486.0
To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 1,806.0 63.0 1,743.0
Total Development Charges 1,806.0 63.0 1,743.0
Reserves
Federal Gas Tax 1,806.0 63.0 1,743.0
Total Reserves 1,806.0 63.0 1,743.0

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Questica#: 16-063 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.17

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Maria Street - Walker Avenue to Television Road Extension of the urban collector street to provide for the additional
traffic generated as a result of ongoing residential development within
Commitments Made the annexed lands in the Television Road area.

The final section of land for the road extension has been secured, in
Effects on Future Operating Budgets accordance with the Official Plan, as a condition of Draft Plan approval
of the final phase of the Foxmeadow Subdivision. Construction of the
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. road will require Class Environmental Assessment approval.

The Class EA is scheduled for phase one of the project followed by


detailed design and utilities in phase two and construction to begin
thereafter as phase three of the project.

This project is to be partially funded through the Development Charges


Reserve.

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Questica #: 16-063 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Maria St - Walker Ave to Television Rd

Project # 5-9.17
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,500.0 6,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,500.0 6,500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,250.0 3,250.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 3,000.0 3,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,250.0 6,250.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 250.0 250.0
Total Development Charges 250.0 250.0

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Questica#: 19-033 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.18

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Pioneer Road Upgrades CleanTech to County Road 4 The development of the CleanTech Commons required ongoing
municipal investment to ensure that adequate municipal services are in
Commitments Made place to support future employment growth. Phase one construction to
service the majority of CleanTech Commons was completed in 2018
from Nassau Mills Road to the west entrance of Clean Tech Commons.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The remaining project is proposed to extend external servicing to the
east and upgrade Pioneer Road to County Road 4. Design of the
remaining road is scheduled for phase two when development
demands require this section of road. Property acquisition and utility
relocation is phase three with construction to follow in phase four of the
project.

Upgrades to Pioneer Road are identified in the 2011 Transportation


Master Plan and requires the upgrade of Pioneer Road to a higher
order road. The project is currently identified in the City’s Development
Charges By-law.

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Questica #: 19-033 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Pioneer Road Upgrades CleanTech to Cty Rd 4

Project # 5-9.18
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,000.0 6,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,000.0 6,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,500.0 2,500.0
Total Debenture Financing 2,500.0 2,500.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,000.0 1,000.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 1,000.0 1,000.0

Capital Levy 2,500.0 2,500.0

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Questica#: 16-069 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.19

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Ashburnham Drive – McFarlane Street to Parkhill Road This two-lane extension east of the Trent Canal to Parkhill Road East
will expand arterial capacity to serve the Liftlock Secondary Plan
Commitments Made growth area south of the Old Norwood Road.

This project was identified in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan and
Effects on Future Operating Budgets reflected in the 2011 Transportation Master Plan as development
driven and implemented.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.
This project is currently identified in the City’s Development Charges
By-Law.

Further detail regarding design, property acquisition and construction


schedules will be provided in future budgets.

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Questica #: 16-069 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Ashburnham - McFarlane to Parkhill

Project # 5-9.19
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,000.0 6,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 2,000.0 2,000.0
Total Direct Revenue 2,000.0 2,000.0
Net Requirements 4,000.0 4,000.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 4,000.0 4,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 4,000.0 4,000.0

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Questica#: 16-062 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-9.20

Division: Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Carnegie Planning Area East/West Arterial This work is identified in the current Development Charges By-Law
and is required for the over sizing of a new, two lane arterial road in an
Commitments Made east-west orientation through the Carnegie Planning Area. Preliminary
road alignment would realign Cumberland Avenue (in the vicinity of
Royal Drive) through the Carnegie Planning Area to Hilliard Street at
Effects on Future Operating Budgets County Road 19. Final alignment will be established through Draft Plan
approval(s).
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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Questica #: 16-062 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Arterial Streets

Project Description Carnegie Planning Area - E/W Arterial

Project # 5-9.20
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,000.0 6,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1 4,000.0 4,000.0
Total Direct Revenue 4,000.0 4,000.0
Net Requirements 2,000.0 2,000.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,000.0 2,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 2,000.0 2,000.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Collector and Local Streets

Extension of Crawford
Dr to Harper Road 5-10.01 9,500.0 5,000.0 4,500.0 1,700.0 2,800.0 2,800.0

Various Road
Resurfacing 5-10.02 49,031.8 3,744.3 2,124.6 1,619.7 1,619.7 4,087.5 1,846.9 4,450.0 3,992.3 36,750.0 33,546.1

Moorecraig Road and


Roper Drive 5-10.03 1,990.0 1,200.0 790.0 790.0 390.0 400.0
Reconstruction
Street Lighting Program
5-10.04 1,900.0 500.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 900.0 900.0

Charlotte St. Aylmer to


Park 5-10.05 6,910.0 960.0 2,550.0 2,550.0 1,700.0 1,700.0 1,700.0 1,700.0

Charlotte Street
Renewal- Aylmer to 5-10.06 6,100.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 4,100.0 4,100.0
Water
Simcoe St Resurfacing
5-10.07 750.0 750.0 750.0

Roads with PCI Index


Less than 25 5-10.08 2,600.0 650.0 650.0 650.0 650.0 1,300.0 1,300.0

Briarhill Road
Reconstruction 5-10.09 1,240.0 620.0 620.0 620.0

LED Decorative Street


Lighting Retrofit 5-10.10 1,000.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 500.0 500.0

Rail Crossing Removals


5-10.11 800.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 400.0 400.0

Webber & Rye


Urbanization 5-10.12 6,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 5,500.0 5,500.0

Victoria Ave
Reconstruction 5-10.13 2,466.0 66.0 2,400.0 1,600.0
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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net
Simons Subdivision
Road Rehabilitation 5-10.14 400.0 400.0 400.0

Total 91,187.8 8,846.0 9,234.3 3,824.6 5,409.7 200.0 3,190.0 2,019.7 11,257.5 9,016.9 12,000.0 11,542.3 49,850.0 45,846.1

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Questica#: 11197 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.01

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Extension of Crawford Drive to Harper Road Design, property, and utility works were contingent on development
applications in the area. Funds previously approved, were re-allocated
Commitments Made to other projects through the 2014 budget process and are now being
reintroduced into the budget to support the development application of
The development of the lands in the area of the Crawford a hotel and casino site.
Drive/Parkway intersection was reviewed through an Environmental
Assessment in 2012/2013. Final approval of the ESR Included in the project scope is the closure of Crawford Drive west of
(Environmental Study Report) was issued in late 2013 following a the Harper Road Intersection and a new connection from Crawford
“bump up” request to the Province. Drive to Harper Road northwest of the development lands. The works
will be completed in conjunction with the development of the
The project is proceeding at this time due to the casino and hotel casino/hotel site and will be subject to an external servicing agreement
development and funds for 2018 and 2019 were pre-committed with the Developer.
through Report PLPD17-026 dated May 23, 2017.
2019 funding requests result from added expenses related to approval
Effects on Future Operating Budgets authorities such as the Department of Fisheries and Oceans,
Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, and CP Rail.
Increased new infrastructure will increase overall maintenance
costs. This project is included in the current Development Charge Bylaw.

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Questica #: 11197 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Extension of Crawford Dr to Harper Road

Project # 5-10.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 9,500.0 5,000.0 4,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve 2,700.0 1,000.0 1,700.0
Total Direct Revenue 2,700.0 1,000.0 1,700.0
Net Requirements 6,800.0 4,000.0 2,800.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 974.5 424.5 550.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 4,250.0 2,000.0 2,250.0
Total Debenture Financing 5,224.5 2,424.5 2,800.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 425.5 425.5
Total Development Charges 425.5 425.5
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Provincial Surplus Reserve 90.5 90.5
Federal Gas Tax 929.5 929.5
Total Reserves 1,020.0 1,020.0

Capital Levy 130.0 130.0

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Questica#: 19-045 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.02

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Various Road Resurfacing The Resurfacing Program is identified through the City’s overall Road
Needs Study. In general, the road resurfacing budget will be allocated
Commitments Made to streets which require surface treatment only or to streets involved
with underground infrastructure replacement/rehabilitation where
On April 7, 2014, Council adopted Report USEC14-005 authorizing additional paving is desirable.
an increase in both the capital and operating budgets related to
road resurfacing. The program will also include re-inspecting portions of our road
network. Re-inspection information will be utilized for subsequent
The Roads Needs Study included detailed pavement condition resurfacing programs.
reports for each road. A Pavement Condition Index was created for
each road section based on the field data collected ranging from This project is partially funded through the Ontario Community
zero (Failed) to 100 (Perfect). Infrastructure Fund (OCIF) to provide a steady source of predictable,
long-term infrastructure funding.
Based on the Pavement Condition Index and Pavement
Deterioration Models, various pavement management categories
are assigned to each road section to determine the overall best
maintenance and rehabilitation planning scenario.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Reduction in long-term operating costs due to new road surfaces.

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Questica #: 19-045 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Various Road Resurfacing

Project # 5-10.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 49,031.8 3,744.3 4,087.5 4,450.0 4,650.0 4,850.0 27,250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 8,007.5 2,105.3 2,240.6 457.7 457.7 457.7 2,288.5
Developer Contributions 1 19.3 19.3
Total Direct Revenue 8,026.8 2,124.6 2,240.6 457.7 2,288.5
457.7 457.7
Net Requirements 41,005.0 1,619.7 1,846.9 3,992.3 4,192.3 4,392.3 24,961.5
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 13,538.4 992.3 1,192.3 1,392.3 9,961.5
Total Debenture Financing 13,538.4 1,392.3 9,961.5
992.3 1,192.3
Reserves
Federal Gas Tax 27,466.6 1,619.7 1,846.9 3,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0 15,000.0
Total Reserves 27,466.6 1,619.7 1,846.9 3,000.0 15,000.0
3,000.0 3,000.0

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Questica#: 19-041 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.03

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Moorecraig Road and Roper Drive Reconstruction The reconstruction of Moorecraig Road initiated in the Roads with PCI
Index Less than 25 project from 2017. Following neighbourhood
Commitments Made meetings and conceptual design, the project's scope has grown to
include a portion of Roper Drive and costs have increased for
Moorecraig Road. During the detailed design process, it was
Effects on Future Operating Budgets recognized that Roper Drive also required attention for stormwater
outlet purposes. To avoid disruptions to the neighbourhood in multiple
years and to get better construction pricing, staff included Roper Drive
reconstruction with the planned Morrecraig Road works.

$410,000 from the 2017 Roads with PCI Index Less than 25 project will
be allocated to this project.

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Questica #: 19-041 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Moorecraig Road and Roper Drive Reconstruction

Project # 5-10.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,990.0 1,200.0 790.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,990.0 1,200.0 790.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 390.0 390.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing 390.0 390.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Waste Water Reserve Fund 800.0 400.0 400.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 800.0 400.0 400.0
Capital Levy 800.0 800.0

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Questica#: 17-019 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.04

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Street Lighting Program Through our frequent inspection program, the City's street light
infrastructure is upgraded as required. A large percentage of the
Commitments Made existing street light infrastructure is approaching or has passed its
useful life. This program will address deficiencies related to streetlight
poles, arms, and undergrounds. The work program will not include
Effects on Future Operating Budgets warranty items from the LED retrofit program approved by Council in
2017.
This project will replace the structural components of the City's
street light network. It is a one for one replacement and therefore In 2012, the City updated our existing inventory information so that an
will not have any impact on Operating. appropriate asset management regimen can be developed. In 2015,
the City completed a condition rating of the street lighting infrastructure.
Based on the condition rating recommendations, a number of
streetlight poles need to be replaced along with other components.

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Questica #: 17-019 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Street Lighting Program

Project # 5-10.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,900.0 500.0 200.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 600.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,900.0 500.0 200.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 600.0
To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 1,900.0 500.0 200.0 150.0 150.0 600.0
150.0 150.0

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Questica#: 18-005 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.05

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Charlotte Street from Aylmer Street to Park Street Charlotte Street is constrained by a 20m right-of-way with many
existing buildings built up to the right-of-way boundary with no setback.
Commitments Made The most important concepts for the project are:
• Reconstruction of sidewalks to accommodate a clear zone and
The Enhanced Pedestrian Realm with Enhanced Commercial additional landscaping;
Features and Parking Streetscape design of Charlotte Street from • Two vehicle lanes, one in each direction;
Aylmer Street to Park Street was approved by Council at its • Majority of parking maintained where possible;
meeting of June 5, 2017 in considering Report USDIR17-004. • Introduction of new street trees and decorative light fixtures;
• Enhancements to sidewalk and public realm along the amenity
Effects on Future Operating Budgets zones; and
• Enhanced connection to the proposed Louis Street Urban Park.
Increased operating expenses due to increased infrastructure.
This project will be considered with the Bethune Street Reconstruction,
the design of the Charlotte Street Renewal project from Aylmer Street
to Water Street and the creation of downtown urban park strategies for
the approved Central Area Master Plan. The planned reconstruction of
Charlotte Street will stimulate renewal in the Downtown Core and the
Charlotte Street West Business District.

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Questica #: 18-005 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Charlotte St. Aylmer to Park

Project # 5-10.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,910.0 960.0 2,550.0 1,700.0 1,700.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,910.0 960.0 2,550.0 1,700.0 1,700.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,910.0 960.0 2,550.0 1,700.0 1,700.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,910.0 960.0 2,550.0 1,700.0 1,700.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 19-066 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.06

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Charlotte Street Renewal - Aylmer to Water The scope of the renewal project has changed since first planned, as
the portion of Charlotte Street from Park Street to Aylmer Street is now
Commitments Made part of the Bethune Street Storm Sewer Project. The portion from
Aylmer Street to Water Street will be coordinated with the Louis Street
The Master Plan defines a number of measures to promote Urban Park as well as the Charlotte Street project from Aylmer Street
downtown Peterborough’s role as a diverse and vibrant component to Park Street and will include streetscape improvements on the east
of the city’s overall commercial structure. The renewal of Charlotte side of George Street in front of Market Hall.
Street and the creation of a downtown urban park are key
strategies of the approved Central Area Master Plan. The Louis Accessibility Considerations
Street site was selected as the preferred site for the creation of an
urban park to complement the planned reconstruction of Charlotte Streetscape improvements and the Urban Park will adhere to the
Street and to stimulate renewal in the Downtown Core and the City’s access guidelines and emerging provincial standards to ensure
Charlotte Street West Business District. full accessibility and safety.

In September of 2016, Council approved the purchase of 220 King


Street to support the development of the Urban Park
(PLPD16-069).

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The project will impact future parking revenues. In addition, the


Urban Park once built, will need to be maintained and there will be
an increase in the Public Works operating budget required for that
purpose.

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Questica #: 19-066 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Charlotte Street Renewal- Aylmer to Water

Project # 5-10.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,100.0 2,000.0 4,100.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,100.0 2,000.0 4,100.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 6,100.0 2,000.0 4,100.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,100.0 2,000.0 4,100.0

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Questica#: 19-051 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.07

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Simcoe Street Resurfacing The project will include the removal of all surface asphalt and road
base repairs where deemed necessary and the replacement of the
Commitments Made road between curbs. The extent of the project limits include works from
George Street to west of Aylmer Street. It is expected that some minor
curb repairs will be required and that a potential premium may be
Effects on Future Operating Budgets required due to the existing bus operation and parking garage on
Simcoe Street. This could include night work or potentially very small
Reduced maintenance cost due to new Surface Asphalt between phasing operations.
existing curbs.
Underground pipe works are required in the future, however, budgetary
constraints currently prohibit this work. The project is currently largely
driven by the surface asphalt condition. This project can be completed
in one construction season, whereas the project of larger magnitude
will require several budgetary years to compete and multiple funding
sources. It is proposed that the end of this new asphalt's useful life will
be the time to renew the underground infrastructure.

Budgetary constraints have moved the Simcoe Street Resurfacing


project to 2020, however, it is included as a "Below The Line" project
highlighting its importance yet understanding its corporate priority.

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Questica #: 19-051 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Simcoe St Resurfacing

Project # 5-10.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 750.0 750.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 750.0 750.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Federal Gas Tax 650.0 650.0
Total Reserves 650.0 650.0
Capital Levy 100.0 100.0

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Questica#: 19-074 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.08

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Roads with PCI Index Less than 25 Based on the Pavement Condition Index and Pavement Deterioration
Models, various pavement management categories are assigned to
Commitments Made each road section to determine the overall best maintenance and
rehabilitation planning scenario. Roads rated with a PCI of less than or
In 2014, a Roads Needs Study included detailed pavement equal to 25 are considered to be failed and will be reconstructed
condition reports for each road. A Pavement Condition Index (PCI) based on the decision matrix presented to Council. The City may also
was created for each road section based on the field data collected need to review roads that have failed based on alternate modes of
ranging from zero (Failed) to 100 (Perfect). transportation as well.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets $410,000 from the 2017 Roads with PCI Index Less than 25 project will
be allocated to the Moorecraig Road and Roper Drive Reconstruction.
Reconstruction of failed roads will slightly reduce the operating
budget. While funds are intended to be allocated annually, no funds were
requested in 2018 and 2019 due to overall Corporate Capital Budget
constraints. However, this project is included as a "Below The Line"
project highlighting its importance yet understanding its corporate
priority.

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Questica #: 19-074 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Roads with PCI Index Less than 25

Project # 5-10.08
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,600.0 650.0 650.0 650.0 650.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,600.0 650.0 650.0 650.0 650.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,600.0 650.0 650.0 650.0 650.0
Total Debenture Financing 2,600.0 650.0 650.0
650.0 650.0

- 251 -
Questica#: 19-040 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.09

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Briarhill Road Reconstruction Over the last several years, staff have received multiple requests for
sidewalks Briarhill Road for children walking to school. These
Commitments Made sidewalks rank Priority 3 and 4 respectively in the Sidewalk Strategic
Plan, but have a high number of students who use the road to get to
Report USTR18-009 included a recommendation that, subject to and from school. The street is also used by parents to drop- off and
the 2019 Capital Budget approval, Briarhill Road be reconstructed pick-up their children by vehicle, creating periods of vehicle congestion
to provide an urban section with a sidewalk on the north side from on this otherwise quiet street.
Wallis Drive to the east end of the street connecting with the
walkway to Westmount Public School. This project would facilitate the reconstruction of Briarhill Road to an
urban cross section with a concrete sidewalk on the north side of the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets road, to provide a safe place for students to walk.

Budgetary constraints have moved the Briarhill Reconstruction project


to 2020, however, it is included as a "Below The Line" project
highlighting its importance yet understanding its corporate priority.

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Questica #: 19-040 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Briarhill Road Reconstruction

Project # 5-10.09
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,240.0 620.0 620.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,240.0 620.0 620.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Waste Water Reserve Fund 140.0 70.0 70.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 140.0 70.0 70.0
Capital Levy 1,100.0 550.0 550.0

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Questica#: 19-049 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.10

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

LED Street Lighting Retrofit The LED retrofit project began in 2017 with the aid of the Local
Authority Service (LAS). LAS is a wholly owned not-for-profit
Commitments Made subsidiary company of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario
(AMO). LAS helps the broader public sector “realize lower costs,
In 2017, Report USEC 17-008 committed to the LED retrofit of all higher revenues, and enhanced staff capacity, through co-operative
City streetlights. procurement efforts and innovative training, programs, and services”.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The retrofit of 7,500 standard cobra-head light fixtures began in 2018.
This project will advance the remaining 3,000 decorative light fixtures
Reduced operating due to energy cost reductions associated with the City owns and operates.
LED technology and reduced staff time to maintain the network with
adaptive control.

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Questica #: 19-049 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description LED Decorative Street Lighting Retrofit

Project # 5-10.10
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,000.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,000.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 250.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Total Debenture Financing

Capital Levy 1,000.0 250.0 250.0


250.0 250.0

- 255 -
Questica#: 17-018 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.11

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Rail Crossing Removals With the decommissioning of existing rail lines throughout the City, the
intersection of the railway and City roads can now be reconstructed to
Commitments Made remove the rail lines. Some crossings will require a detailed review
and design prior to removal.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets No funds have been requested in 2018 and 2019 due to overall Capital
Budget constraints.

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Questica #: 17-018 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Rail Crossing Removals

Project # 5-10.11
Expenditures
Contractual Services 800.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 800.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves

Capital Levy 800.0 200.0 200.0


200.0 200.0

- 257 -
Questica#: 15203 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.12

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Webber Avenue and Rye Street Urbanization Given the development along Rye Street and final Environmental Study
Report approval of the Crawford Drive to Harper Road extension, it is
Commitments Made recommended to complete the curb and gutter installation on portions
of Webber Avenue and Rye Street and address stormwater concerns
along this route.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The sensitivity of the cold water fishery, that runs along roadside
ditches in the area, will require an Environmental Assessment (EA) to
best address this existing condition. This EA is currently under way with
recommendations expected in 2019.

Subsequent year's work will depend on the approval of the EA and


recommendations of the Environmental Study Report.

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Questica #: 15203 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Webber & Rye Urbanization

Project # 5-10.12
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0 3,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0 3,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 4,800.0 400.0 400.0 2,000.0 2,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 4,800.0 400.0 2,000.0
400.0 2,000.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,700.0 100.0 100.0 500.0 1,000.0
Total Reserves 1,700.0 100.0 1,000.0
100.0 500.0

- 259 -
Questica#: 16-108 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.13

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Victoria Avenue Reconstruction The PUC will be replacing their watermain on Victoria Avenue and the
City will work in conjunction with PUC by reconstructing Victoria
Commitments Made Avenue from Donegal Street to Reid Street. The narrow right of way
and reduced setbacks will not allow for a typical cross section. The
Coordination with the PUC project. reconstruction will address storm and sanitary requirements as well as
the PUC watermain and City asset surface works.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 16-108 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Victoria Ave Reconstruction

Project # 5-10.13
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,466.0 66.0 2,400.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries 800.0 800.0
Total Direct Revenue 800.0 800.0
Net Requirements 1,666.0 66.0 1,600.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 800.0 800.0
Total Reserves 800.0 800.0

Capital Levy 866.0 66.0 800.0

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Questica#: 19-035 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.14

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Simons Subdivision Road Rehabilitation The City annexed the lands within and surrounding the subdivision in
2008. The area is a typical rural subdivision with ditches. The road
Commitments Made conditions within the plan of subdivision varies from fair to failed.
Drainage in certain areas of the subdivision are challenging and likely
lead to some of the road surface degradation.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
This project simply addresses the road condition repairs to reinstate
Reduces need for pot hole repairs. the surface that was originally installed.

Development in the area may accelerate the need for these repairs,
however, it is premature to understand the interaction of any proposed
development adjacent to the subdivision.

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Questica #: 19-035 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Simons Subdivision Road Rehabilitation

Project # 5-10.14
Expenditures
Contractual Services 400.0 400.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 400.0 400.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves

Capital Levy 400.0 400.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Collector and Local Streets

Trent Severn
Waterway/City 5-10.15 250.0 250.0 250.0 200.0 50.0
Transportation Study

Total 250.0 250.0 250.0 200.0 50.0

- 264 -
Questica#: 17-017 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-10.15

Division: Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Trent Severn Waterway (TSWW)/City Transportation Study The project will consist of a focused transportation study that reviews
the relationship between the City's transportation network and the
Commitments Made canal crossings that pass through the City on the east side of the
Otonabee River. Parks Canada is planning major infrastructure works
The City and Parks Canada have agreed to explore the on the Trent Severn Waterway throughout the entire limits of the City
transportation impacts surrounding the Trent Severn Waterways boundaries over the next 5-10 years. In anticipation of any major works
system needs, the City's vehicular and alternate transportation or recommendations of independent studies completed by Parks
needs as well as the interaction with the Liftlock Secondary Canada, the City and TSWW would like to have a better understanding
Planning area. of how the crossing affect our transportation system.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 17-017 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Collector and Local Streets

Project Description Trent Severn Waterway/City Transportation Study

Project # 5-10.15
Expenditures
Contractual Services 250.0 250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Developer Contributions 1
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 250.0 250.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Liftlock
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
DCRF Liftlock 50.0 50.0
Total Development Charges 50.0 50.0
Capital Levy 200.0 200.0

- 266 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Bridges

Nassau Mills Bridge


over Otonabee River 5-11.01 11,820.0 300.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 10,520.0 10,520.0

Nassau Mills Bridge


over Trent Severn 5-11.02 9,550.0 300.0 9,250.0 9,250.0

Total 21,370.0 600.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 19,770.0 19,770.0

- 267 -
Questica#: 16-073 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-11.01

Division: Engineering - Bridges

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Nassau Mills Road Bridge over Otonabee River The 2011 Transportation Master Plan concluded that a new four lane
bridge will be required at this location including the street widening
Commitments Made from Water Street to Armour Road.

To facilitate construction of a new bridge at this location, the City must


Effects on Future Operating Budgets complete a Schedule “C” Class Environmental Assessment (EA). The
EA has begun in 2017 to review all aspects of servicing the northeast
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. quadrant of the City in order to support potential development in the
north end. Detailed design will follow as phase two of the project.
Bridge construction timing will be dependent on the outcome of the EA
and projects needed to support development in the area.

The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of


the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the Trent
Severn and the realignment of Armour Road taking a holistic approach
to planning the respective crossings.

The project is currently identified in the City’s Development Charges


By-Law.

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Questica #: 16-073 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Bridges

Project Description Nassau Mills Bridge over Otonabee River

Project # 5-11.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 11,820.0 300.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 520.0 9,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 11,820.0 300.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 520.0 9,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 2,250.0 2,250.0
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 6,750.0 6,750.0
Total Debenture Financing 9,000.0 9,000.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,115.0 225.0 750.0 750.0 390.0
Total Development Charges 2,115.0 225.0 390.0
750.0 750.0
Reserves
Bridge Reserve 705.0 75.0 250.0 250.0 130.0
Total Reserves 705.0 75.0 130.0
250.0 250.0

- 269 -
Questica#: 16-074 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-11.02

Division: Engineering - Bridges

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Nassau Mills Road Bridge over Trent Severn Waterway The 2011 Transportation Master Plan concluded that a new four lane
bridge and widening of Nassau Mills Road, from University Road to
Commitments Made Armour Road, to four lanes will be required at this location by 2021.
Budget constraints have made this deadline unattainable.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets To facilitate construction of a new bridge at this location, the City must
complete a Schedule “C” Class Environmental Assessment (EA). The
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. EA began in 2017 to review all aspects of servicing the northeast
quadrant of the City in order to support potential development in the
north end. Detailed design will follow as phase two of the project.
Bridge construction timing will be dependent on the outcome of the EA
and projects needed to support development in the area.

The project costs will be more accurately defined during completion of


the EA. This EA will also include the Nassau Mills Bridge over the
Otonabee River and the realignment of Armour Road taking a holistic
approach to planning the respective crossings.

The project is currently identified in the City’s Development Charges


By-Law.

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Questica #: 16-074 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Bridges

Project Description Nassau Mills Bridge over Trent Severn

Project # 5-11.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 9,550.0 300.0 500.0 500.0 8,250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 9,550.0 300.0 500.0 500.0 8,250.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 8,250.0 8,250.0
Total Debenture Financing 8,250.0 8,250.0
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 1,300.0 300.0 500.0 500.0
Total Development Charges 1,300.0 300.0 500.0
500.0

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Bridges

OSIM Bridge
Preventative 5-11.03 5,911.2 2,086.2 265.0 265.0 265.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 2,030.0 2,030.0
Maintenance Program
OSIM Bridge Inspection
Program 5-11.04 250.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 160.0 160.0

Total 6,161.2 2,131.2 265.0 265.0 265.0 810.0 810.0 765.0 765.0 2,190.0 2,190.0

- 272 -
Questica#: 17-024 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-11.03

Division: Engineering - Bridges

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

OSIM Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program The structural integrity, safety and condition of every bridge is to be
determined through the performance of at least one inspection every
Commitments Made two years under the direction of a professional engineer and in
accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM),
published by the Ministry of Transportation (O. Reg. 160/02, s. 2 (2)).
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The long-term planning of our bridge assets capital program is
essential in delivering a reliable and safe crossing to residents and the
movement of goods through the City. This project reflects the annual
funds required as proposed in the OSIM bridge inspection report for
the rehabilitation of our structures over the next ten years.

Following the condition inspection, the City was provided a capital


program that reflects the needs identified to maintain our structures in
good repair. The project funds will generally accommodate the major
rehabilitation of 1-3 structures per year and minor rehabilitation to
several others.

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Questica #: 17-024 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Bridges

Project Description OSIM Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program

Project # 5-11.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 5,911.2 2,086.2 265.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 5,911.2 2,086.2 265.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 765.0 500.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Bridge Reserve 2,486.2 1,721.2 765.0
Total Reserves 2,486.2 1,721.2 765.0

Capital Levy 3,425.0 365.0 265.0 765.0 500.0


765.0 765.0

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Questica#: 17-023 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-11.04

Division: Engineering - Bridges

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

OSIM Bridge Inspection Program The structural integrity, safety and condition of every bridge is to be
determined through the performance of at least one inspection every
Commitments Made two years under the direction of a professional engineer and in
accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM),
published by the Ministry of Transportation (O. Reg. 160/02, s. 2 (2)).
Effects on Future Operating Budgets The next OSIM program is scheduled for 2020.

Proactive Condition Inspection will reduce long term costs through The many components that make up the substructure and
proper Asset Management. superstructure of bridges will be reviewed. These include the
foundations, abutments, piers, girders, deck, barriers, railings,
bearings, expansion joints and approach slabs.

Each of the various elements are assigned a condition rating and


maintenance needs are identified and assigned a priority based on the
need to undertake the improvements (i.e.: “Urgent”, “Within 1 Year”,
“1-5 Years”, “6-10 years”, or “None”). These maintenance needs are
then used to generate the long-term bridge maintenance capital
budgets with specific identification of required maintenance for the two
years preceding the next inspection.

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Questica #: 17-023 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Bridges

Project Description OSIM Bridge Inspection Program

Project # 5-11.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 250.0 45.0 45.0 50.0 110.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 250.0 45.0 45.0 50.0 110.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Bridge Reserve 250.0 45.0 45.0 50.0 110.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 250.0 45.0 45.0 110.0
50.0
Capital Levy

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Sidewalks

Various new SW
installations 5-12.01 8,448.1 736.0 736.0 184.0 552.0 900.7 900.7 886.9 886.9 5,924.5 5,924.5

Crawford Trail Extension


Project - Monaghan Rd 5-12.02 3,250.0 1,000.0 1,250.0 1,250.0 1,000.0 1,000.0
to Townsend Rd
Lansdowne St. Multi-use
trail - River Road to 5-12.03 1,050.0 530.0 520.0 520.0
Ashburnham
Citywide Trail
Rehabilitation 5-12.04 1,200.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 600.0 600.0

Various New Multi-Use


Trails 5-12.05 4,853.5 4,853.5 4,853.5

Total 18,801.6 1,530.0 736.0 736.0 184.0 552.0 2,970.7 2,970.7 2,186.9 2,186.9 11,378.0 11,378.0

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Questica#: 19-047 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-12.01

Division: Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Various New Sidewalk Installations The City’s Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was adopted by City
Council at its meeting of November 14, 2011. In keeping with the TMP,
Commitments Made active transportation is a general term for the use of human-powered,
non-motorized modes for transportation such as walking, running,
In accordance with the City’s Provision of Sidewalks Policy Number cycling, and rollerblading. The City of Peterborough prioritizes active
MS08-7750 and Sidewalk Implementation Procedure for Existing modes of transportation that foster a pedestrian network with a high
Streets, a budget for new sidewalk construction is identified. degree of connectivity, safety and local context sensitivity.

Council, on May 28, 2018, approved Report IPSTR18-013 which In order to implement Council’s direction identified in Report
identified a Sidewalk Strategic Plan to construct new sidewalks. USTR08-008, staff are required to spend a great deal of time
discussing projects with local residents. Most recently (Report
The City’s Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was adopted by City USDIR11-010), the City has updated the Sidewalk Implementation
Council at its meeting of November 14, 2011. The TMP supported Procedure to include notifying residents and Ward Councillors that will
pedestrian connectivity over the Plan's study horizon beyond 2031. be directly impacted by the immediate construction program with
sufficient time to allow dialogue between the residents and staff
Effects on Future Operating Budgets ensuring mitigation measures are taken. Issues that cannot be
resolved are brought to the attention of Council.
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. The
procedure will also require additional administration and potential Funding from this project will be allocated to the following projects in
staffing adjustments. 2019:

Sidewalk funding to go to Wildlark Drive


Sidewalk funding to go to Armour Road Pedestrian Crossover
Sidewalk funding to go to Hetherington Drive Development

Accessibility Considerations

The project aids in mobility and accessibility.

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Questica #: 19-047 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Description Various new SW installations

Project # 5-12.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 8,448.1 736.0 900.7 886.9 924.5 1,000.0 4,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 8,448.1 736.0 900.7 886.9 924.5 1,000.0 4,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 2,581.9 184.0 232.7 221.7 693.5 250.0 1,000.0
Total Development Charges 2,581.9 184.0 232.7 250.0 1,000.0
221.7 693.5
Reserves
Utility Services Reserve
Federal Gas Tax 5,839.0 552.0 668.0 638.0 231.0 750.0 3,000.0
Total Reserves 5,839.0 552.0 668.0 750.0 3,000.0
638.0 231.0
Capital Levy 27.2 27.2

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Questica#: 19-083 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-12.02

Division: Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Crawford Trail Extension Project - Monaghan Road to Townsend Council approved the creation of this project through Report
Street USTR18-004. The trail project converts an old rail line to a formal
multi-use trail constructed from Monaghan Road to Townsend Street.
Commitments Made The project costs have escalated substantially since the approved
report. This project will increase the budget for the additional
Report USTR18-004 committed 2018 funding to create this project, expenditures required to construct the trail.
however, the project costs have escalated substantially since the
approved report. All funding associated to 2020 and 2021 Various New Multi-use Trails
has been reallocated to this project. Budgetary constraints have moved
Effects on Future Operating Budgets this project to 2020/2021, however, it is included as a "Below The
Line" project highlighting its importance yet understanding its
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. corporate priority.

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Questica #: 19-083 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Description Crawford Trail Extension Project - Monaghan Rd to


Townsend Rd
Project # 5-12.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,250.0 1,000.0 1,250.0 1,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 591.5 591.5
Total Direct Revenue 591.5 591.5

Net Requirements 2,658.5 408.5 1,250.0 1,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 1,289.4 306.3 481.3 501.8
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 327.8 160.5 167.3
Total Debenture Financing 1,617.2 306.3 641.8 669.1
Development Charges
Development Charges Res 102.2 102.2
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate
Total Development Charges 102.2 102.2

Capital Levy 939.1 608.2 330.9

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Questica#: 19-082 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-12.03

Division: Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Lansdowne Street Multi-use Trail - River Road to Ashburnham Drive Council approved the creation of this project through Report
USTR18-004. The trail project will see a multi-use trail constructed
Commitments Made along Lansdowne Street from Ashburnham Drive to River Road. The
project costs have escalated substantially since the approved report.
Report USTR18 - 004 committed 2018 funding to create this This project will increase the budget for the additional expenditures
project, however, project costs have escalated substantially since required to construct the trail.
the approved report.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs.

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Questica #: 19-082 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Description Lansdowne St. Multi-use trail - River Road to


Ashburnham
Project # 5-12.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,050.0 530.0 520.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 250.0 250.0
Total Direct Revenue 250.0 250.0

Net Requirements 800.0 280.0 520.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 250.0 250.0
Total Debenture Financing 250.0 250.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
DCRF Affordable Housing 70.0 70.0
Total Development Charges 70.0 70.0
Reserves
Federal Gas Tax 210.0 210.0
Total Reserves 210.0 210.0

Capital Levy 270.0 270.0

- 283 -
Questica#: 19-039 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-12.04

Division: Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Citywide Trail Rehabilitation This project will begin to see the City completing trail maintenance and
resurfacing. Over the past decades the City has expanded the
Commitments Made Citywide trail network. As the trail infrastructure begins to degrade, the
City will begin to rehabilitate the infrastructure on trails as it does with
roads.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

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Questica #: 19-039 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Description Citywide Trail Rehabilitation

Project # 5-12.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,200.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,200.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves

Capital Levy 1,200.0 300.0 300.0


300.0 300.0

- 285 -
Questica#: 19-048 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-12.05

Division: Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Various New Multi-Use Trails Active Transportation is a general term for the use of human-powered,
non-motorized modes for transportation such as walking, running,
Commitments Made cycling, and rollerblading. The City of Peterborough prioritizes active
modes of transportation that foster a cycling and pedestrian network
In accordance with the City’s 2011 Transportation Master Plan as with a high degree of connectivity, safety and local context sensitivity.
approved by Council at its meeting of November 14, 2011, a
budget for new trail construction is identified. The Implementation Plan for the non-sidewalk component of the
network improvements includes three time horizons:
Effects on Future Operating Budgets • Short-term (2011 to 2021)
• Medium-term (2021 to 2031)
Increased infrastructure will increase maintenance costs. • Long-term (beyond 2031)

All funding associated to 2020 and 2021 for this project has been
reallocated to the Crawford Trial Extension Project - Monaghan Road
Townsend Street. Budgetary constraints have moved this project to
2020/2021, however, it is included as a "Below The Line" project
highlighting its importance yet understanding its corporate priority.

Accessibility Considerations

This program aids in mobility and accessibility.

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Questica #: 19-048 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sidewalks

Project Description Various New Multi-Use Trails

Project # 5-12.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,853.5 727.2 758.1 3,368.2

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,853.5 727.2 758.1 3,368.2


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,640.1 545.4 568.6 2,526.1
Total Debenture Financing 3,640.1 568.6 2,526.1
545.4
Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 1,213.4 181.8 189.5 842.1
Total Development Charges 1,213.4 189.5 842.1
181.8
Capital Levy

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Sanitary Sewers

Sanitary Sewer
Rehabilitation 5-13.01 3,750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 1,500.0 1,500.0

WWC Mezzanine
5-13.02 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0

Eastern Trunk Sewer


5-13.03 6,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0

Sanitary Sewer Master


Plan Implementation 5-13.04 4,500.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0

Applegrove Ave -
Chemong Road to 5-13.05 2,030.0 150.0 1,880.0 1,880.0
Highland Road

Total 16,305.0 900.0 775.0 775.0 775.0 4,500.0 4,500.0 3,630.0 3,630.0 6,500.0 6,500.0

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Questica#: 19-038 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-13.01

Division: Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation This project will review the latest condition information on the citywide
sanitary sewer network and rehabilitate critical areas identified. In
Commitments Made general, the sanitary sewer rehabilitation program will be allocated to
sewers that require attention as a result of inspection information
collected.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The project is also directly connected to the roads resurfacing program
Reduces reactive maintenance thereby reducing overall whereby underground infrastructure requires repair prior to any road
maintenance costs. surface works.

The project will begin to improve the overall condition of the City’s
sanitary sewer infrastructure thereby resulting in improved sewage
flows.

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Questica #: 19-038 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Description Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

Project # 5-13.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 3,750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 3,750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 3,750.0 750.0 750.0 750.0
750.0 750.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 19-009 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-13.02

Division: Environmental Services - Sanitary Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Waste Water Collection (Waste Water Collection) Mezzanine Waste Water Collection moved from Public Works in January 2016. At
Public Works, there was a stores operation that stocked parts and
The installation of a parts and supplies storage area to maximize supplies but after the move to the Environmental Protection Division
the footprint of the WWC building. This storage unit will allow us to (EPD), Public Works wanted WWC to order and track required parts
stock and store frequently used items that will be accessible 24-7 and supplies, due to the very limited space available at 182 Townsend
for our staff. Street. In an effort to increase efficiency and reduce costs, WWC has
been purchasing and attempting to stock items within the vehicle bays.
Commitments Made This has become a hazard and has limited the space available for the
items crews require. Failing to keep items in stock limits the crews
None. from responding quickly and efficiently to after business hours
emergency digs. Having stock available allows for larger quantities to
Effects on Future Operating Budgets be purchased which also results in cost savings in comparison to
single purchases.
None.
A mezzanine will allow these supplies to be stored aloft which will
maximize the WWC building footprint and return the vehicle bays to
their designate purpose.

Accessibility Considerations

None.

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Questica #: 19-009 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Sanitary Sewers

Project Description WWC Mezzanine

Project # 5-13.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 25.0 25.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 25.0 25.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Management Reserve Fund 25.0 25.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 25.0 25.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 16-099 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-13.03

Division: Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Eastern Trunk Sewer This project is identified in, and funded from, Development Charges for
all growth related portions of the project. Completion of this project
Commitments Made permits growth within the Liftlock Growth Area. In 2017, the City
received application for draft plan approval for the Growth Area and is
At its meeting of September 10, 2018, report IPSPD18-023 was expected to begin moving forward in the coming years.
approved by Council which endorsed the Draft Plan of Subdivision
presented by the Developer that requires this project for servicing Funding will be dependent on the progress of development and the
of the lands. need for sanitary sewers.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The project is identified in the 2017 Development Charges Study


(Area Specific) and is 100% recovered from Development
Charges.

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Questica #: 16-099 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Description Eastern Trunk Sewer

Project # 5-13.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
DCRF Liftlock 6,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0
Total Debenture Financing 6,000.0 3,000.0 3,000.0

- 294 -
Questica#: 17-027 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-13.04

Division: Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Implementation In 2012, the City completed the Detailed Sanitary Sewer Class EA as
recommended in the City’s 2005 Flood Reduction Master Plan. This
Commitments Made provided a plan to mitigate and manage extraneous flows into the
sanitary sewer system, as well as to reduce the frequency of raw
On March 12, 2012, Council approved Report USEC12-001 sewage bypasses at the sewage treatment plant and to recommend
adopting the City's infrastructure strategies to address Inflow and an ongoing work program for the continuous monitoring of the sanitary
Infiltration (I-I) into the City Sanitary Sewer Network. sewer system.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Inflow and Infiltration of clean water increases the flow in the sanitary
sewer causing basement flooding, environmental hazards, greater
Reduction in extraneous storm water flows into the sanitary sewer wastewater treatment costs and reduced sewer capacity for future
system will preserve the sanitary sewer capacity for future growth while decreasing the sewer system’s lifespan.
development and potentially reduce the costs of treatment at the
Waste Water Treatment Plant. Various I-I sources have been discovered and, now that the City has
established these sources, the next step is remediation through
detailed design and construction to remove the I-I from the City’s
sanitary system. Staff will continue to investigate remaining areas of
the City.

Sufficient funds from previous years can accommodate works


proposed for 2019.

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Questica #: 17-027 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Description Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Implementation

Project # 5-13.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,500.0 750.0 750.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,500.0 750.0 750.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 4,500.0 750.0 750.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 4,500.0 750.0 750.0 1,000.0
1,000.0 1,000.0
Capital Levy

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Questica#: 14380 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-13.05

Division: Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Applegrove Avenue – Chemong Road to Highland Road Due to the age and deteriorating condition of the sanitary sewers,
replacement is proposed. The system in this area dates back to the
Commitments Made 1950s and, although it should, theoretically, not be approaching its
expected life due to its condition, it is proposed to be replaced.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The project will also address replacement of the storm sewers and
pavement structure, as well as the need for pedestrian networks. The
Increase to maintenance costs for sidewalks. PUC has also indicated the need for watermain infrastructure on the
project and it will be a collaborative project. The costs shown are City
costs only.

Detailed design has been completed and a public input session has
been hosted by the City. Budgetary constraints have delayed the
project. Utility relocation is to proceed in phase two and construction to
follow as phase three of the project.

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Questica #: 14380 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Sanitary Sewers

Project Description Applegrove Ave - Chemong Road to Highland Road

Project # 5-13.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,030.0 150.0 1,880.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,030.0 150.0 1,880.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 568.3 84.0 484.3
Total Debenture Financing 568.3 84.0 484.3
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,335.0 66.0 1,269.0
Federal Gas Tax 126.7 126.7
Total Reserves 1,461.7 66.0 1,395.7

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Storm Sewers

City Wide Storm Water


Quality Master Plan 5-14.01 5,500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 2,500.0 2,500.0
Implementation
Storm Sewer
Rehabilitation Program 5-14.02 2,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,000.0 1,000.0

Parkview Dr Erosion
Control 5-14.03 325.0 25.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 250.0 250.0

Roger Neilson Way


Storm Sewer Rehab 5-14.04 165.0 15.0 15.0 150.0 150.0

Total 8,490.0 1,525.0 1,050.0 1,050.0 1,050.0 1,250.0 1,250.0 1,015.0 1,015.0 3,650.0 3,650.0

- 299 -
Questica#: 17-034 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-14.01

Division: Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Citywide Storm Water Quality Master Plan Implementation This project presents an opportunity to manage stormwater quality
discharges potentially impacting our creeks and rivers. The City is
Commitments Made mandated to complete specified work by the MOECC related to our
existing stormwater facilities throughout the City. The Stormwater
Report USDIR14-001, adopted by Council at its meeting of Quality EA Management Master Plan is developed as part of the
February 24, 2014, authorized publishing of the Draft Master Plan overall evaluation and solution to the existing and potential concerns
and requested staff to report back to Council with the final report within the City.
and implementation plan. USDIR15-003 was partially adopted by
Council on September 28, 2016, with certain recommendations The long term recommendation of the Stormwater Quality Master Plan
deferred until staff can provide more information on a funding requires ongoing efforts through several years, to mitigate the potential
source. issues in critical areas.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets In 2016, the MOECC requested detailed inspection data on a
particular pond. Although the City's data was not up to date the
MOECC has provided recommended guidance to address their
concerns. This project will implement these matters and works required
that arise from the MOECC requirements.

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Questica #: 17-034 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Description City Wide Storm Water Quality Master Plan


Implementation
Project # 5-14.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 5,500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 5,500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 5,500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 5,500.0 1,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 1,500.0
500.0 500.0
Capital Levy

- 301 -
Questica#: 19-073 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-14.02

Division: Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Storm Sewer Rehabilitation Program This project will review the latest condition information on the citywide
storm sewer network and rehabilitate critical areas identified. In
Commitments Made general, the storm sewer rehabilitation program will be allocated to
sewers that require attention as a result of inspection information
collected.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
The project is also directly connected to the roads resurfacing program
Reduces reactive maintenance thereby reducing overall whereby underground infrastructure requires repair prior to any road
maintenance costs. surface works.

The project will begin to improve the overall condition of the City’s
storm sewer infrastructure, thereby resulting in improved drainage.

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Questica #: 19-073 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Description Storm Sewer Rehabilitation Program

Project # 5-14.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 2,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 2,500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0
500.0 500.0
Capital Levy

- 303 -
Questica#: 19-036 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-14.03

Division: Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Parkview Drive Erosion Control The residents of Parkview Drive have made the City aware of an
ongoing erosion issue behind the residents on the east side of the
Commitments Made ROW. The erosion is potentially jeopardizing personal property. The
City has retained a geo-technical consultant to address any immediate
emergency measure in 2018, however, a long-term solution is
Effects on Future Operating Budgets required. This project will implement the long-term recommendations of
the geo-technical consultant.

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Questica #: 19-036 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Description Parkview Dr Erosion Control

Project # 5-14.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 325.0 25.0 50.0 250.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 325.0 25.0 50.0 250.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Waste Water Reserve Fund 300.0 50.0 250.0
Utility Services Reserve 25.0 25.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 325.0 25.0 50.0 250.0
Capital Levy

- 305 -
Questica#: 19-037 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-14.04

Division: Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Roger Neilson Way Storm Sewer Rehabilitation This project will address the periodic flooding that occurs on Roger
Neilson Way fronting the Memorial Center. It is currently unknown if the
Commitments Made root cause is a pipe capacity issue or structural matters related to the
infrastructure. 2021 funding will be allocated to investigation and
possible design. 2022 funding will be used to address construction
Effects on Future Operating Budgets costs.

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Questica #: 19-037 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Description Roger Neilson Way Storm Sewer Rehab

Project # 5-14.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 165.0 15.0 150.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 165.0 15.0 150.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 165.0 15.0 150.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 165.0 15.0 150.0
Capital Levy

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Storm Sewers

Watershed Planning
Study - Places to Grow 5-14.05 500.0 500.0 500.0 250.0 250.0
Act

Total 500.0 500.0 500.0 250.0 250.0

- 308 -
Questica#: 19-042 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-14.05

Division: Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Watershed Planning Study - Places to Grow Act Through recent legislated requirements associated to the Places To
Grow Act, the City of Peterborough is required to complete a
Commitments Made comprehensive watershed planning exercise to demonstrate that
proposed expansion, including the associated servicing, would not
Report IPSEC18-014 endorsed Low Impact Development and negatively impact the water resource system, including the quality and
provided direction on the legislated requirement for the Watershed quantity of water. This will include identifying the full life cycle costs of
Planning Study. the system and develop options to pay for these costs over the
long-term. Municipalities that share an inland water source or receiving
Effects on Future Operating Budgets water body will coordinate their planning for potable water, stormwater,
and wastewater systems based on watershed planning to ensure that
the quality and quantity of water is protected, improved, or restored.

This legislated process will require the expertise of a multidisciplinary


consultant. The funding associated with this project will be used for
consultant costs and any item readily completed by the City.

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Questica #: 19-042 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Engineering - Storm Sewers

Project Description Watershed Planning Study - Places to Grow Act

Project # 5-14.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 500.0 500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 500.0 500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
DCRF Engineering Rds & Relate 250.0 250.0
Total Development Charges 250.0 250.0
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 250.0 250.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 250.0 250.0
Capital Levy

- 310 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Public Works

2019 Sidewalk
Reconstruction 5-15.01 14,186.7 1,235.8 1,235.8 1,235.8 1,272.9 1,272.9 1,311.2 1,311.2 10,366.8 10,366.8

Vehicle and Equipment


Replacement and 5-15.02 14,813.1 986.1 986.1 986.1 2,093.0 2,093.0 1,504.0 1,504.0 10,230.0 10,230.0
Enhancement
2019 Upgrade and
Replace Playground 5-15.03 4,086.2 402.2 402.2 414.3 414.3 3,269.7 3,269.7
Equipment
2019 Upgrade Playing
Fields 5-15.04 774.5 76.3 76.3 78.6 78.6 619.6 619.6

Total 33,860.5 2,221.9 2,221.9 1,235.8 986.1 3,844.4 3,844.4 3,308.1 3,308.1 24,486.1 24,486.1

- 311 -
Questica#: 19-005 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-15.01

Division: Public Works - Public Works

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

2019 Sidewalk Reconstruction The recommended budget provides funds to replace approximately
3,800 linear metres of sidewalk or about 1% of the existing inventory.
Commitments Made
Future capital forecasts have been increased yearly by 3% over the
The municipal sidewalk inventory totals 400 kilometers. Sidewalks 2019 base, as a cost of construction increase, in order to meet
typically have a 50-year life cycle. Life cycle costing provides a expected future costs to maintain the current level of service.
base line performance measure to verify if replacement schedules
and funding are sufficient to meet the established life cycle . Accessibility Considerations

Effects on Future Operating Budgets All current accessibility standards are incorporated into the 2019
reconstruction program with regards to slope, width and ramp design.
Sidewalk reconstruction has a positive impact by reducing the need Each replacement project is evaluated to ensure the most viable
for ongoing maintenance costs and minimizing the City’s risk compliance criteria are met during the reconstruction process.
exposure.

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Questica #: 19-005 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Public Works - Public Works

Project Description 2019 Sidewalk Reconstruction

Project # 5-15.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 14,186.7 1,235.8 1,272.9 1,311.2 1,352.9 1,393.5 7,620.4

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 14,186.7 1,235.8 1,272.9 1,311.2 1,352.9 1,393.5 7,620.4


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 14,186.7 1,235.8 1,272.9 1,311.2 1,352.9 1,393.5 7,620.4
Total Debenture Financing 14,186.7 1,235.8 1,272.9 1,393.5 7,620.4
1,311.2 1,352.9

- 313 -
Questica#: 19-004 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-15.02

Division: Public Works - Public Works

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Vehicle and Equipment Replacement and Enhancement The following vehicles and equipment are scheduled for replacement in
2019 at a total estimated cost of $986,100:
Commitments Made
3 - Light Duty $161,100
Asset management of vehicles and equipment is based on 2 - Heavy Duty $800,000
life-cycle costs. Although vehicles and equipment is scheduled for 1 - Equipment $25,000
replacement based on anticipated usage and conditions, final
decisions are made only after a complete mechanical and financial Accessibility Considerations
analysis is undertaken.
N/A
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The hourly charge out rate for vehicles and equipment includes a
'depreciation charge' that is transferred to the Public Works
Equipment Reserve Fund. The Reserve is used to finance the
purchase of vehicles and equipment.

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Questica #: 19-004 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Public Works - Public Works

Project Description Vehicle and Equipment Replacement and


Enhancement
Project # 5-15.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 14,813.1 986.1 2,093.0 1,504.0 1,161.0 1,862.0 7,207.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 14,813.1 986.1 2,093.0 1,504.0 1,161.0 1,862.0 7,207.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
PW Equip Purchase Reserve Fund 14,813.1 986.1 2,093.0 1,504.0 1,161.0 1,862.0 7,207.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 14,813.1 986.1 2,093.0 1,862.0 7,207.0
1,504.0 1,161.0
Capital Levy

- 315 -
Questica#: 19-007 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-15.03

Division: Public Works - Public Works

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Upgrade and Replace Playground Equipment The 2019 replacement program will be placed on hold with no new
funds requested. The City is currently in the process of developing an
Commitments Made overarching parks planning and review policy and the related
processes to support and guide parks planning and development into
The maintenance and repair of playground structures and court the future. It is recommended that we place this Capital funding
facilities is an ongoing commitment. Regulations require the program on hold until the outcome of this plan is known.
monitoring and upgrading of existing facilities to meet current CSA
standards and AODA requirements. Accessibility Considerations

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Play structures will contain accessibility features pertaining to
adjustable level seating and additional ground level features. Access to
The betterment of park playground equipment and court facilities above ground features will be by stairs and ramps as well as ladders.
supports Risk Management objectives and reduces the need for Ground protection is to be fully accessible with the provision of
major repairs funded through the operating budget. accessible walkways to access the play equipment.

- 316 -
Questica #: 19-007 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Public Works - Public Works

Project Description 2019 Upgrade and Replace Playground Equipment

Project # 5-15.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,086.2 402.2 414.3 426.7 439.5 2,403.5

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,086.2 402.2 414.3 426.7 439.5 2,403.5


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 4,086.2 402.2 439.5 2,403.5
414.3 426.7

- 317 -
Questica#: 19-006 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-15.04

Division: Public Works - Public Works

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Upgrade Playing Fields Funds will be utilized for playing field enhancements in the highly
utilized athletic field locations. Such enhancements will include
Commitments Made topdressing, overseeding, drainage and field leveling programs. Infield
and outfield work at ball diamonds are also included. Locations are
The maintenance and repair of sports fields is an ongoing selected from user group feedback.
commitment to sustain turf areas, site amenities and structures.
Priorities for field upgrades are based on user surveys completed Future Capital forecasts have been compounded annually at 3% to
on an annual basis by the Recreation Division. allow for increased costs for enhancements.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Funding requests for 2019 have been placed on hold as part of
balancing the overall 2019 Capital Budget process.
Funds are provided to operate playing fields in the Parks Operating
Budget. Accessibility Considerations

All projects will consider all viable Accessibility options during the
planning and construction phases. Upgrades will include a
coordination of improvements to accessible features such as parking,
signage, walkway or trail connections, rest and shade areas from
planted trees or structures, eating areas and waste and recycling
stations.

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Questica #: 19-006 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Public Works - Public Works

Project Description 2019 Upgrade Playing Fields

Project # 5-15.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 774.5 76.3 78.6 80.9 83.3 455.4

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 774.5 76.3 78.6 80.9 83.3 455.4


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 774.5 76.3 83.3 455.4
78.6 80.9

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Public Works

2019 Urban Forest


Management - Strategic 5-15.05 2,006.8 175.0 175.0 175.0 180.3 180.3 185.7 185.7 1,465.8 1,465.8
Plan Implementation

Total 2,006.8 175.0 175.0 175.0 180.3 180.3 185.7 185.7 1,465.8 1,465.8

- 320 -
Questica#: 19-008 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-15.05

Division: Public Works - Public Works

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Urban Forest Management - Strategic Plan Implementation • Administer and develop policy to advance the key objectives of an
Urban Forestry Strategic Plan;
Commitments Made • Manage maintenance records to recognize progress in achieving
key deliverables of the Urban Forest Strategic Plan;
• Trees are planted on a replacement basis of 3 to 1, subject to • Renew the urban forest resource by planting trees along the
budget considerations in accordance with the Urban Forest right-of-way on public and open space;
Strategic Plan. • Provide assistance and expertise to private property owners to
• A work program has been created to develop and implement the encourage and enhance the urban forest; and
Urban Forest Strategic Plan. • Administer and manage volunteer programs that support the Urban
• The Urban Forest Strategic Plan was updated in June 2016. Forest Strategic Plan.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets Funding has been allocated on the following basis:

The maintenance of trees is funded through the Operating Budget. • $75,000 to implement the Urban Forest Strategic Plan; and
• $100,000 to plant trees.

Future Capital forecasts are based on an annual 3% Cost of Living


increase in order to meet expected future costs. This may change as
needs are refined.

Accessibility Considerations

N/A

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Questica #: 19-008 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Public Works - Public Works

Project Description 2019 Urban Forest Management - Strategic Plan


Implementation
Project # 5-15.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,006.8 175.0 180.3 185.7 191.3 197.0 1,077.5

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,006.8 175.0 180.3 185.7 191.3 197.0 1,077.5


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 2,006.8 175.0 180.3 197.0 1,077.5
185.7 191.3

- 322 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Transit

Transit Buses
5-16.01 6,374.0 2,164.0 1,339.0 825.0 330.0 495.0 4,210.0 1,136.7

Transit Stop Signage


Upgrade 5-16.02 150.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 50.0 50.0

Transit Supervision and


Customer Service 5-16.03 155.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 80.0 80.0
Vehicle
Transit Garage
Replacement Site 5-16.04 30,900.0 900.0 15,000.0 4,050.0 15,000.0 4,050.0
Selection Study
Phase 2 - Transit ITS
Program 5-16.05 1,531.0 831.0 700.0 700.0

Accessible Transit Stops


5-16.06 247.8 57.9 61.4 61.4 63.3 63.3 65.2 65.2

Transit Stop Shelters


5-16.07 188.3 45.0 46.8 46.8 47.8 47.8 48.7 48.7

Downtown
Transportation Hub and 5-16.08 51,050.0 500.0 50,550.0 50,550.0
Route Review

Total 90,596.1 2,333.9 2,339.0 1,339.0 1,000.0 175.0 330.0 495.0 15,858.2 4,908.2 15,191.1 4,241.1 54,873.9 51,800.6

- 323 -
Questica#: 18-103 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.01

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transit Buses At the end of 2017, the City had a fleet of 52 conventional transit
buses. As of December 2018, the average fleet age is 7.7 years and
Commitments Made 100% of the fleet is fully accessible. In 2018, the City launched its first
Community Bus route, to supplement the conventional and specialized
The conventional transit fleet replacement and expansion program transit service and assist in relieving over capacity conditions on the
was updated as part of the approved 2012 Public Transit Handi-van system.
Operations Review (Report USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019).
Report IPSTR18-016 pre-committed a portion of the 2019 funding With increased service to Fleming College and Trent University
subject to confirmation of federal-provincial funding contributions. implemented in 2017 and 2018, Transit has operated with a lower than
optimum spare ratio due to space constraints at the Transit garage .
Effects on Future Operating Budgets The Community Bus pilot also operates with no spare vehicles and a
conventional bus or Handivan has to be used when the Community Bus
Reduction in maintenance costs, fuel savings, and reduction in goes out of service for maintenance work. With the relocation of Public
greenhouse gas emissions from the transit vehicle fleet. Works operations in 2019, additional space in the yard will be
available to accommodate additional bus storage, albeit outdoors.

Requested funding will allow for the purchase of three new conventional
buses and two new Community Bus vehicles in 2019 to ensure current
service levels can be met consistently, and will allow for some
expansion of service to meet increased ridership demands.

Transit Fleet purchases are partially funded from the Transit Fleet
Reserve, the Federal-Provincial Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and
the Federal Gas Tax Program.

Accessibility Considerations

All new bus purchases are fully accessible.

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Questica #: 18-103 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Transit Buses

Project # 5-16.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,374.0 2,164.0 4,210.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 1,994.3 605.0 1,389.3
Revenue-Canada Grant 2,418.0 734.0 1,684.0
Total Direct Revenue 4,412.3 1,339.0 3,073.3
Net Requirements 1,961.7 825.0 1,136.7
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 898.4 330.0 568.4
Total Debenture Financing 898.4 330.0 568.4
Reserves
Transit Reserve 1,063.4 495.0 568.4
Total Reserves 1,063.4 495.0 568.4

- 325 -
Questica#: 19-078 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.02

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transit Stop Signage Upgrade As part of the ITS program for Peterborough Transit, passengers will
be able to receive automatic next bus arrival information delivered to
Commitments Made their smart phones or to various wayside signs at major transit stops
and terminals. In order to receive customized information for a
In considering Report IPSTR18-014, Council approved the particular transit stop, users need to enter the stop number into the
implementation of an ITS program for Peterborough Transit, which application, which in turn will provide the next 2-3 bus arrival times for
includes technology to provide automatic next bus arrival that particular stop. To facilitate this, stop ID numbers will need to be
information for passengers. added to all of the transit stops across the City.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets In addition to the ITS program, many other jurisdictions are providing
enhanced signage at transit stops to better inform customers about the
Enhanced signage at transit stops may increase the future costs for bus routes that service particular stops, whether the stop is accessible
sign upgrades and maintenance. or not, and how to find information about the transit system.

New types of service strategies are expected to be implemented in the


future including more Community Bus routes, higher frequency express
routes with fewer stops, and local feeder routes that service all stops
along a route. Upgrading the signage at transit stops, will allow users
to better utilize the new ITS system being deployed and will help them
navigate the new transit route system that will be implemented as part
of the Transit Route Review.

Accessibility Considerations

Opportunities to incorporate accessibility information about transit


stops, and help passengers with visual disabilities find transit stops will
be incorporated into the design of the new signage standard.

- 326 -
Questica #: 19-078 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Transit Stop Signage Upgrade

Project # 5-16.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 150.0 100.0 50.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 150.0 100.0 50.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 150.0 100.0 50.0

- 327 -
Questica#: 17-146 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.03

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transit Supervision and Customer Service Vehicle Peterborough Transit has two light duty vehicles for use by transit
supervisory staff to support day-to-day operations including monitoring
Commitments Made transit service delivery and responding to on-site incidents requiring
investigations. The use of City owned vehicles reduces the cost of
personal vehicle use. The replacement of the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox
Effects on Future Operating Budgets was deferred in 2017 and again in 2018. The vehicle now needs
replacement, and an accessible van will be purchased that can be
Reduced maintenance costs for a newer vehicle. used for on-road supervisors to monitor service, but also to shuttle
drivers to relief points, and assist with pick ups of disabled passengers
who cannot be accommodated on full conventional buses.

Accessibility Considerations

An accessible vehicle will be purchased to assist with emergency pick


ups of customers who cannot be accommodated on conventional
buses due to overcrowding.

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Questica #: 17-146 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Transit Supervision and Customer Service Vehicle

Project # 5-16.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 155.0 75.0 80.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 155.0 75.0 80.0


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 155.0 75.0 80.0

- 329 -
Questica#: 17-148 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.04

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transit Garage Replacement Site Selection Study The current Transit Garage at the Townsend Street Yard is only capable
of storing 42 buses inside. With a conventional fleet of 55 buses at the
Commitments Made end of 2019, 13 conventional buses, the new Community Bus, and the
entire fleet of 11 handi-vans, require outside overnight parking.
The 2012 Transit Review identified the substandard garage and Outdoor storage of numerous vehicles also means that vehicles cannot
impacts on the efficiency of vehicle maintenance activities. be properly washed and cleaned at the end of the day to ensure that
interior surfaces and the advanced accessibility features (kneeling
In Report PLPD14-018, Council approved the purchase and buses, accessible ramps) do not freeze up during the winter. The
redevelopment of the 791 Webber Avenue property for a new inability to properly service and maintain buses reduces the life
Public Works Yard. The size of this yard is not large enough to expectancy of the asset and increases longer term maintenance costs.
incorporate a new bus storage facility, yet all major bus With the introduction of the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund - Phase 2
maintenance activities will occur at this new location. in the 2017 federal budget, approximately $57 million in new federal
and provincial funding is expected to be available to the City over the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets next 13 years. The federal-provincial funding program requires 27%
matching contribution from municipalities. Details on the annual
Improve efficiency of maintenance, reduce long term maintenance allocation of funding and project approval process have yet to be
costs, reduce staff time to shuttle buses from the Townsend Street announced, however, it is anticipated that funding applications will be
Yard to the Public Works Yard at Webber Avenue. required to be submitted in early 2019 for major projects in the
municipality's capital plan.
Funds in 2017 were used to undertake a Transit Garage relocation
study, complete design work for the selected location and secure
necessary approvals allowing for construction to proceed once funding
becomes available.

Accessibility Considerations

Interior spaces in the building will be fully accessible.

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Questica #: 17-148 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Transit Garage Replacement Site Selection Study

Project # 5-16.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 30,900.0 900.0 15,000.0 15,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Revenue-Ontario Grant 9,900.0 4,950.0 4,950.0
Revenue-Canada Grant 12,450.0 450.0 6,000.0 6,000.0
Total Direct Revenue 22,350.0 450.0 10,950.0 10,950.0
Net Requirements 8,550.0 450.0 4,050.0 4,050.0
To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 8,100.0 4,050.0 4,050.0
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing 8,100.0 4,050.0 4,050.0
Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Transit Reserve 450.0 450.0
Total Reserves 450.0 450.0

Capital Levy

- 331 -
Questica#: 18-104 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.05

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Phase 2 - Transit ITS Program Phase 2 of the Transit ITS program will build upon the technology
platform developed in Phase 1, adding additional Intelligent
Commitments Made Transportation infrastructure to the transit fleet. In 2018, funding was
used to add cameras to the existing transit fleet. Phase 2 will see
Report ISPTR18-014 awarded a new ITS system for Transit which exterior collision warning sensors added in 2020 to warn drivers of
included new camera installations on all transit vehicles. hazards that may not be visible or hidden in blind spots.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets New technologies for collision warning systems also provide advance
warning to drivers of potential conflicts with other vehicles or
Introduction of additional collision warning devices on the transit pedestrians. Noticeable benefits have been seen in buses equipped
fleet will significantly reduce costs associated with accidents and with this technology in collision reductions with pedestrians and other
claims. Some increase in annual software licensing costs and vehicles at intersections where blind spots, crosswalks, and busy
replacement of ITS components would occur annually. turning movements contribute to higher collision risks.

Accessibility Considerations

Collision avoidance technology would be installed on conventional and


specialized transit vehicles.

- 332 -
Questica #: 18-104 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Phase 2 - Transit ITS Program

Project # 5-16.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,531.0 831.0 700.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,531.0 831.0 700.0

To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds 181.0 181.0
Transit Reserve 850.0 650.0 200.0
Total Reserves 1,031.0 831.0 200.0
Capital Levy 500.0 500.0

- 333 -
Questica#: 18-106 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.06

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Accessible Transit Stops This project continues the annual program to reconstruct public transit
stops to be fully accessible and compliant with AODA Transportation
Commitments Made and Built Environment standards. The conventional transit system is
currently supported by over 620 public transit stops, many of which are
not accessible to people with disabilities. Although progress has been
Effects on Future Operating Budgets made to achieve a fully accessible transit fleet in 2017, many transit
stops continue to offer barriers such as full height curbs , steps, and
Increased maintenance costs including winter control. grass boulevards that make the stop not accessible to passengers
using mobility devices.

In 2017 and 2018, approximately 130 transit stops were upgraded to


be fully accessible as part of the Public Transit Infrastructure Funding
received. In 2020 the upgrade program will resume. It is estimated that
65% of the 620 transit stops in the city are fully accessible, with
approximately 220 requiring additional work.

Accessibility Considerations

Project will make transit stops accessible by providing concrete pads


and connections to existing sidewalks for passengers using mobility
devices.

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Questica #: 18-106 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Accessible Transit Stops

Project # 5-16.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 247.8 57.9 61.4 63.3 65.2

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 247.8 57.9 61.4 63.3 65.2


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 247.8 57.9 61.4 63.3 65.2

- 335 -
Questica#: 18-105 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.07

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transit Stops and Shelter This program continues the transit stop upgrade program from 2017
and 2018 as part of the Public Transit Infrastructure Funding received
Commitments Made from the federal government, with an annual program to upgrade
existing transit stops and install new transit shelters where required.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets The program consists of construction of concrete pads and new
shelters (comprised of a mix of 4x8', 4x12' and 8x12' transit shelters) to
Maintenance costs average approximately $1,000 per year per accommodate various levels of passenger demand. Shelters are glass
shelter. design with doomed roof complete with interior seating benches and
some have solar lighting.

Resuming in 2020, requested funding will allow for upgrading three


transit stops each year with new concrete pads and shelters.

Accessibility Considerations

The stop upgrades enhance accessibility and each shelter is barrier


free and designed to accommodate passengers with mobility devices.

- 336 -
Questica #: 18-105 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Transit Stop Shelters

Project # 5-16.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 188.3 45.0 46.8 47.8 48.7

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 188.3 45.0 46.8 47.8 48.7


To Be Financed From:
Development Charges
DCRF Transit 62.8 15.0 15.6 16.0 16.2
Total Development Charges 62.8 15.0 15.6 16.0 16.2
Capital Levy 125.6 30.0 31.2 31.8 32.5

- 337 -
Questica#: 16-114 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-16.08

Division: Transportation - Transit

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Downtown Transportation Hub and Route Review The Downtown Public Transit Terminal underwent a major upgrade to
the customer service and office areas at the Transit Terminal, and
Commitments Made repairs to the Parkade were completed in 2016 to extend the life of the
existing structure. Various structural reviews have recommended $3-4
The approved 2012 Public Transit Operations Review (Reports million in additional rehabilitation work in the next five years for the
USDIR12-016 and USDIR12-019) recommended construction of a parking structure and culvert under the building. The 2018 budget
new downtown terminal with a modern flow-through design in the request for $200,000 was increased by $300,000 of pre-approved
longer term. Council, in approving Report USDIR18-002, provided Parkway funding to undertake a three part study. Part one will examine
funding to increase the scope of this study to include a Route potential changes to transit routes across the city to better serve
Review and Long Term Transit Growth Strategy. customers, increase ridership, and serve new growth areas. The Route
Review will assess the potential benefits of moving to a distributed hub
Effects on Future Operating Budgets or grid style of route system as opposed to a central terminal, which
may significantly reduce the required footprint and costs for a new
A new downtown terminal may be smaller, but introduction of downtown terminal. Part two of the study will examine future transit
satellite terminals will offset savings and likely result in increased improvements to increase the mode share of transit to 6% or higher,
maintenance and utility costs. A better flow of bus traffic would as input to an updated Transportation Master Plan. Part three of the
reduce operational costs. Changes to existing transit routes may study will use the results of the first two parts to complete longer term
result in reduced operating costs, however, expansion of routes to planning to develop a conceptual design, cost estimate, and
serve new growth areas may increase operating costs. implementation strategy for the replacement of the downtown transit
terminal in order to update future budget requirements. The budget
requests shown, starting in the year 2024, are preliminary estimates
from the 2012 Transit Operations Review.

Accessibility Considerations

The conceptual design will include accessibility requirements for


interior spaces and platform areas for customers and staff.

- 338 -
Questica #: 16-114 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transit

Project Description Downtown Transportation Hub and Route Review

Project # 5-16.08
Expenditures
Contractual Services 51,050.0 500.0 50,550.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 51,050.0 500.0 50,550.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 40,876.3 40,876.3
Total Debenture Financing 40,876.3 40,876.3
Development Charges
DCRF Parking 5,264.2 5,264.2
DCRF Transit 3,717.5 50.0 3,667.5
Total Development Charges 8,981.7 50.0 8,931.7
Reserves
Transit Reserve 50.0 50.0
Total Reserves 50.0 50.0

Capital Levy 1,142.0 400.0 742.0

- 339 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Parking

Simcoe Street Parking


Garage Rehabilitation 5-17.01 3,730.0 350.0 410.0 410.0 410.0 2,970.0 2,970.0

Parking Equipment
Purchases 5-17.02 1,771.3 100.0 100.0 100.0 105.0 105.0 110.3 110.3 1,456.0 1,456.0

Total 5,501.3 350.0 510.0 510.0 410.0 100.0 3,075.0 3,075.0 110.3 110.3 1,456.0 1,456.0

- 340 -
Questica#: 14542 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-17.01

Division: Transportation - Parking

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Simcoe Street Parking Garage Rehabilitation The Simcoe Street Parkade was constructed in 1974 and is a 4-1/2
storey split-level, above grade, parking structure. The parking structure
Commitments Made has undergone one major rehabilitation program between 2002 and
2005. Phase 1 of the second rehabilitation program started in 2016 at
In 2013, a structural review of the Simcoe Street Parking Garage a cost of $790,000 and focused on replacing deteriorated concrete on
was conducted with the results indicating structural and mechanical structural beams, updating the drainage systems, and localized repairs
repairs would be required in 2015. The first phase of repairs at the to the concrete deck surface, waterproofing systems and expansion
Simcoe Street Garage were completed in 2016. Report joints. An updated structural review completed in 2017 identified a
IPSTR18-021 approved additional public safety enhancements in further $2.3 million in work to upgrade and replace the waterproofing
the garage including cameras, enhanced lighting and panic alarms. system and repair deteriorated concrete in the structure. New
proposed Regulations under the Building Code Act will prescribe
Effects on Future Operating Budgets enhanced maintenance standards and require more frequent building
condition evaluations to be completed on parking structures with
Lower maintenance costs and improved service to the public. non-parking uses on the lower levels. Requested 2019 funding will be
used to complete some additional safety enhancements approved in
Report IPSTR18-021; the completion of detailed condition
assessments on the current garage; and the completion of detailed
design and preparation of contract drawings and tender documents for
rehabilitation in 2020.

Accessibility Considerations

Opportunities to enhance accessibility for the garage areas will be


considered in the safety upgrade and rehabilitation project.

- 341 -
Questica #: 14542 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Parking

Project Description Simcoe Street Parking Garage Rehabilitation

Project # 5-17.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 3,730.0 350.0 410.0 2,970.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 3,730.0 350.0 410.0 2,970.0

To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported 3,380.0 410.0 2,970.0
Deb Rev - User Charges 350.0 350.0
Total Debenture Financing 3,730.0 350.0 410.0 2,970.0

- 342 -
Questica#: 19-068 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-17.02

Division: Transportation - Parking

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Parking Equipment Purchases This is an ongoing program to purchase and install new and/or
updated parking control equipment for all areas under the purview of
Commitments Made the Parking Section, including the Simcoe and King Street Parking
Garages, various surface lots, and on-street parking spaces.
In November 2017, in considering Report USTR17-018, Council
approved a Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study to In past years, items purchased through this program have included:
guide parking operations for the next ten years. Investments in new pay and display machines for surface lots and on-street parking
parking equipment at surface lots and in the parking garages were spaces; kiosks, gate arms, and cash/logic revenue systems at
included in the study recommendations. garages; handheld ticketing devices; etc.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets As recommended in the Strategic Downtown Parking Management
Study, it is anticipated that funds requested in 2019 will be used to
Lower maintenance costs at off-street and on-street lots. upgrade signing and technology in the garages to improve wayfinding,
customer service, and parking management in the garages.

- 343 -
Questica #: 19-068 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Parking

Project Description Parking Equipment Purchases

Project # 5-17.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,771.3 100.0 105.0 110.3 115.8 121.6 705.2 513.5

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,771.3 100.0 105.0 110.3 115.8 121.6 705.2 513.5
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Parking Reserve 1,771.3 100.0 105.0 110.3 115.8 121.6 705.2 513.5
Total Reserves 1,771.3 100.0 105.0 121.6 705.2 513.5
110.3 115.8
Capital Levy

- 344 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Traffic and Transportation

Traffic Signal Controller


Replacement Program 5-18.01 2,697.3 450.0 250.0 250.0 250.0 477.4 477.4 491.7 491.7 1,028.2 1,028.2

Traffic Signal
Infrastructure 5-18.02 2,670.6 257.7 154.5 154.5 154.5 159.1 159.1 163.9 163.9 1,935.4 1,935.4

Intersection Pedestrian
Safety Enhancements 5-18.03 646.8 100.0 103.0 103.0 103.0 106.1 106.1 109.3 109.3 228.5 228.5

Traffic Signal
Uninterrupted Power 5-18.04 435.1 75.0 27.3 27.3 27.3 79.6 79.6 82.0 82.0 171.4 171.4
Supply Equipment
Tourism Wayfinding Sign
Program 5-18.05 40.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0

Smart Signal
Implementation 5-18.06 2,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0

Total 8,489.9 882.7 554.8 554.8 297.3 257.5 1,842.2 1,842.2 1,846.9 1,846.9 3,363.4 3,363.4

- 345 -
Questica#: 18-090 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.01

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Traffic Signal Controller Replacement Program This multi-year program is to replace the City's aging on-street traffic
signal controller equipment. The City operates and maintains 130
Commitments Made signalized intersections across the city, of which 25% are in excess of
fourteen years old and have reached the end of their service life. Of the
Council, in approving Report USDIR18-002, established funding for remaining 98 traffic signal controllers, approximately 80 controllers are
a series of Transportation studies and improvements including the between 8 and 14 years old. The average expected service life of
development of a Signal System Update Program, funded from traffic signal controller equipment is 14 years. By the end of this
redeployment of pre-approved Parkway Corridor project funding. replacement program the oldest traffic signal controller will be eight
While the Traffic Signal Controller Upgrade program is a separate years old or less. The implementation of this program will be
program, the controller upgrades are required to implement Smart coordinated with the replacement of the central traffic signal control
Signal systems across the city. system and the Smart Signal Implementation Program.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets For future years, it is recommended that $450,000, indexed each year
by 3%, be allocated for the Traffic Signal Replacement Program.
The implementation of new traffic signal controllers will reduce
increasing maintenance costs funded through operating budgets.

- 346 -
Questica #: 18-090 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Traffic Signal Controller Replacement Program

Project # 5-18.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,697.3 450.0 250.0 477.4 491.7 506.5 521.7

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,697.3 450.0 250.0 477.4 491.7 506.5 521.7


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Traffic Signal Reserve 267.0 267.0
Total Reserves 267.0 267.0

Capital Levy 2,430.3 183.0 250.0 477.4 521.7


491.7 506.5

- 347 -
Questica#: 17-155 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.02

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements Initiated in 2005, this is a multi-year program to replace deteriorating
traffic signal equipment to meet minimum standards and control
Commitments Made increasing maintenance costs.

The condition of existing traffic signal infrastructure, primarily in the


Effects on Future Operating Budgets older areas of the city, is poor. This program includes the replacement
of poles, signal heads, pedestrian push buttons, detection equipment
Each improvement made to the existing traffic signal infrastructure and mast arms.
will reduce future maintenance costs.
Each year intersections are identified for improvement, based on
condition ratings and work programs, as funding permits. There are
currently 130 traffic signals city-wide (thirteen are Intersection
Pedestrian Signals). Through new and road reconstruction programs,
four additional signalized intersections were added to the inventory in
2018 and four to five are also anticipated for 2019. For future years, it
is recommended that $150,000, indexed each year by 3%, be
allocated for Traffic Signal Infrastructure Improvements.

Accessibility Considerations

Traffic signal infrastructure improvements also include upgrading traffic


signal equipment to meet the needs of people with disabilities. All new
traffic signals include audible pedestrian signals and accessibility
features. The City is proposing to fund the installation of audible
pedestrian signals at two locations in 2019. The location will be
determined jointly by City staff and members of the Accessibility
Advisory Committee.

- 348 -
Questica #: 17-155 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Traffic Signal Infrastructure

Project # 5-18.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,670.6 257.7 154.5 159.1 163.9 168.8 173.9 950.9 641.8

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,670.6 257.7 154.5 159.1 163.9 168.8 173.9 950.9 641.8
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Traffic Signal Reserve 2,670.6 257.7 154.5 159.1 163.9 168.8 173.9 950.9 641.8
Total Reserves 2,670.6 257.7 154.5 159.1 173.9 950.9 641.8
163.9 168.8

- 349 -
Questica#: 18-089 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.03

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Intersection Pedestrian Safety Enhancements and Ladder This project is the continuation of a multi-year program to enhance
Crosswalks pedestrian safety at signalized intersections, through supplementing
the traditional pedestrian signals with countdown pedestrian signals
A project to promote pedestrian safety by improving existing and upgrading existing pavement markings, to enhanced ladder
crosswalks at signalized intersections through the implementation crosswalk pavement markings at busy intersections across the city.
of ladder pavement markings and countdown pedestrian signals.
Each year intersections will be identified, based on pedestrian
Commitments Made volumes and work programs, and will be set as funding permits. The
focus in 2019 will be to upgrade pedestrian crossings at major
intersections on arterial roads.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
For future years, it is recommended that $100,000, indexed each year
Increase in future operating budgets to maintain the added traffic by 3%, be allocated for Intersection Pedestrian Safety Enhancements.
signal and pavement marking infrastructure.
Accessibility Considerations

This project will benefit people of all abilities by enhancing pedestrian


visibility at signalized intersections.

- 350 -
Questica #: 18-089 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Intersection Pedestrian Safety Enhancements

Project # 5-18.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 646.8 100.0 103.0 106.1 109.3 112.6 115.9

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 646.8 100.0 103.0 106.1 109.3 112.6 115.9


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Insurance Reserve 103.0 103.0
Total Reserves 103.0 103.0
Capital Levy 543.8 100.0 106.1 115.9
109.3 112.6

- 351 -
Questica#: 18-091 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.04

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Traffic Signal Uninterrupted Power Supply Equipment This multi-year program is to upgrade existing signalized intersections
by adding uninterrupted power supply equipment (back up power
Commitments Made supply) to allow traffic signals to continue to operate during power
outages. Each year intersections will be identified, based on
pedestrian and vehicle volumes and work programs, and will be set as
Effects on Future Operating Budgets funding permits. The initial focus will be for intersections in the
downtown and on the arterial road network. This type of device
This project reduces the cost of providing paid duty officers to reduces the risk of both vehicle-vehicle and vehicle-pedestrian
direct traffic during planned outages. collisions during power outages.

For future years, it is recommended that $75,000, indexed each year


by 3%, be allocated for Traffic Signal Uninterrupted Power supply
equipment.

Accessibility Considerations

This project will benefit people of all abilities by maintaining traffic


signal operation during a power outage.

- 352 -
Questica #: 18-091 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Traffic Signal Uninterrupted Power Supply Equipment

Project # 5-18.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 435.1 75.0 27.3 79.6 82.0 84.4 86.9

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 435.1 75.0 27.3 79.6 82.0 84.4 86.9


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 435.1 75.0 27.3 79.6 86.9
82.0 84.4

- 353 -
Questica#: 19-067 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.05

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Tourism Wayfinding Sign Program Upgrade This multi-year program is to replace the City's aging tourism
wayfinding signs and will align with Peterborough & the Kawarthas
Commitments Made Tourism wayfinding strategy. The Peterborough & the Kawarthas
Tourism wayfinding strategy lead by Peterborough & the Kawarthas
Economic Development has been developed as a regional tourism
Effects on Future Operating Budgets wayfinding program in consultation with City, County and Township
staff. The implementation of this program will provide positive
The implementation of new tourism signs will reduce increasing guidance to visitors from both inside and outside the city and the
maintenance costs funded through operating budgets. region.

- 354 -
Questica #: 19-067 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Tourism Wayfinding Sign Program

Project # 5-18.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 40.0 20.0 20.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 40.0 20.0 20.0

To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 40.0 20.0 20.0

- 355 -
Questica#: 19-076 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-18.06

Division: Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Smart Traffic Signal Implementation This multi-year project will focus on funding the installation of field
equipment necessary to implement a "Smart Traffic Signal" system
Commitments Made across the city, where the traffic signals can detect prevailing traffic
demands and traffic flow conditions in real time, and automatically
Council, in approving Report USDIR18-002, established funding for adapt the signal settings to optimize the flow of traffic along major
a series of Transportation studies and improvements including the arterial roads.
development of a Signal System Update Program, funded from
redeployment of pre-approved Parkway Corridor project funding. In 2019, pre-approved funding within other projects will be used to
procure a new central signal system, upgrade signal controllers, and
Effects on Future Operating Budgets develop an implementation program. In 2020, work will begin with field
implementation of new equipment needed for enhancing the
Full implementation of Smart Traffic Signals will result in increased communication infrastructure in the field, so that traffic signal
operational costs, including the need for additional dedicated staff controllers at various intersections can share data and communicate in
resources to run the system, increased maintenance budgets to real time; and installing enhanced detection equipment to collect and
maintain high tech detection equipment in the field, and increased provide up to date information on the volume, speed and flow of traffic
annual costs for data communication and networking. on all approaches to the intersections and in mid-block locations
between intersections. Implementation will be coordinated with
ongoing construction projects, such as the Chemong Road widening.

Accessibility Considerations

Opportunities to upgrade existing signals to provide audible


pedestrian signals will be incorporated where possible.

- 356 -
Questica #: 19-076 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Traffic and Transportation

Project Description Smart Signal Implementation

Project # 5-18.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 2,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
Contribution from related project 2,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 2,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0
Capital Levy

- 357 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Transportation Planning

King Street Cycling


Project 5-19.01 900.0 150.0 750.0

Total 900.0 150.0 750.0

- 358 -
Questica#: 18-095 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-19.01

Division: Transportation - Transportation Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

King Street Cycling Project King Street was recommended in the 2012 Comprehensive
Transportation Plan to have cycling infrastructure, along with Charlotte
Commitments Made Street. The approved concept design for Charlotte Street maintains
on-street parking and incorporates enhanced pedestrian infrastructure
Report USDIR17-004, Streetscape and Public Realm for Charlotte such that protected cycling facilities cannot be accommodated,
Street from Aylmer Street to Park Street, recommended that this therefore providing protected cycling infrastructure on King Street is a
project be a priority. priority. The cycling infrastructure options and concept design will be
developed in 2018/2019 with implementation planned for 2020.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets
Accessibility Considerations
Additional maintenance costs will be associated with new cycling
infrastructure such as winter maintenance, pavement marking, sign Opportunities to incorporate accessibility improvements will be
maintenance, etc. considered during concept and detailed design.

- 359 -
Questica #: 18-095 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transportation Planning

Project Description King Street Cycling Project

Project # 5-19.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 900.0 150.0 750.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Casino Gaming Reserve 900.0 150.0 750.0
Total Direct Revenue 900.0 150.0 750.0
Capital Levy

- 360 -
City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning
Projects 5-19.02 109.8 35.9 35.9 35.9 36.6 36.6 37.3 37.3

Total 109.8 35.9 35.9 35.9 36.6 36.6 37.3 37.3

- 361 -
Questica#: 19-011 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-19.02

Division: Transportation - Transportation Planning

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Transportation Planning Projects The 2012 Transportation Plan is a blueprint for the City's transportation
system. The Plan contains many recommendations which require
Commitments Made varying levels of added study to be implemented.

A number of these projects and initiatives are in the area of


Effects on Future Operating Budgets Transportation Demand Management formulating strategies to
improve travel in the city including public transit, cycling and walking.
This is an on-going capital program. This capital program will fund various activities such as specialized
data collection on pedestrian and bicycle use, bike racks at area
destinations, bike share programs, printing of cycling maps and
guides, and consultants used to assess project feasibility.

- 362 -
Questica #: 19-011 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Transportation - Transportation Planning

Project Description Transportation Planning Projects

Project # 5-19.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 109.8 35.9 36.6 37.3

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 109.8 35.9 36.6 37.3


To Be Financed From:
Capital Levy 109.8 35.9 36.6 37.3

- 363 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Environmental Services

2019 WWTP Equipment


Upgrades and 5-20.01 1,270.0 865.0 865.0 865.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 315.0 315.0
Replacement
Wastewater Collection
Facility - Heavy 5-20.02 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0
Equipment Shelter
WWC Equipment
Upgrades and 5-20.03 710.0 530.0 180.0 180.0 180.0
Replacement
Generator Repair Start
up Equipment 5-20.04 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0

Total 2,240.0 530.0 1,305.0 1,305.0 1,305.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 315.0 315.0

- 364 -
Questica#: 19-019 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.01

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

WWTP Equipment Upgrades and Replacements The following equipment needs to be added, replaced or requires
preventative maintenance in 2019:
Commitments Made
- Polymer Optimization Equipment
None. - Screens for Park Street
- Centrifuge 24,000 Hour overhauls
Effects on Future Operating Budgets - Raw Sewage #3 Motor
- PHO4, NH4 and TSS Sensors
The investment in 2019 towards upgrading and maintaining existing - Programmable Logic Controllers (annual $45,000 expenditure)
equipment, which is relied upon for safe and efficient treatment of
waste water, will ultimately save money in future operational Accessibility Considerations
budgets and ensure compliance with increasingly stringent
environmental legislation. None.

- 365 -
Questica #: 19-019 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description 2019 WWTP Equipment Upgrades and Replacement

Project # 5-20.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 1,270.0 865.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 225.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 1,270.0 865.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 225.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 1,270.0 865.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 225.0
Total Reserves 1,270.0 865.0 45.0 45.0 225.0
45.0 45.0

- 366 -
Questica#: 19-062 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.02

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Wastewater Collection Facility - Heavy Equipment Shelter (Leanto) The Wastewater Collection (WWC) team moved to the Kennedy Road
site in 2013. The facility design included a heavy duty equipment
Commitments Made shelter leanto attached to the WWC building off of the south side .
Three concrete footings were installed at the initial build phase. The
completion of this project was delayed due to budgetary restrictions.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets The completion of this project will provide space to house all
equipment within our current facility. The completion of the overhang
None. would allow appropriate storage for our equipment thereby extending
the life of the asset.

Accessibility Considerations

None.

- 367 -
Questica #: 19-062 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description Wastewater Collection Facility - Heavy Equipment


Shelter (Leanto)
Project # 5-20.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 200.0 200.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 200.0 200.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 200.0 200.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 200.0 200.0
Capital Levy

- 368 -
Questica#: 18-092 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.03

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Waste Water Collection Equipment Upgrades and Replacement The Waste Water Collection team undertakes an average of one sewer
dig a day. This includes digging blocked or damaged sewers, sanitary
Commitments Made laterals, maintenance holes and catch basins. Over the last number of
years, a back hoe had been borrowed from Public Works when it is
available and, during the busy periods, a backhoe has been rented at
Effects on Future Operating Budgets $4,000 per month. However, the Public Works backhoe is not available
most of the time, due to the Public Works workload, and
The hourly charge rate for vehicles and equipment includes a renting a backhoe is becoming increasingly more difficult. Accordingly,
depreciation charge that is transferred to the Fleet Reserve Fund. to meet current targets and the demands of the Collection team
This Reserve is used to finance the acquisition of vehicles and workload, a new backhoe is proposed for the 2019 budget year.
equipment.
Accessibility Considerations

None.

- 369 -
Questica #: 18-092 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description WWC Equipment Upgrades and Replacement

Project # 5-20.03
Expenditures
Contractual Services 710.0 530.0 180.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 710.0 530.0 180.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Reserves & Reserve Funds
PW Equip Purchase Reserve Fund 300.0 300.0
Waste Water Reserve Fund 410.0 230.0 180.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 710.0 530.0 180.0
Capital Levy

- 370 -
Questica#: 19-012 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.04

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Purchase of Van and all related startup equipment for New Equipment will need to be purchased to enable the new Technician to
Generator Tech complete all aspects of their job.

Commitments Made Accessibility Considerations

None. None.

Effects on Future Operating Budgets

The new Generator Technician will require a vehicle and tools to


service the City's 28 generators. The purchase of these items will
allow us to maintain consistent future operating budgets.

- 371 -
Questica #: 19-012 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description Generator Repair Start up Equipment

Project # 5-20.04
Expenditures
Contractual Services 60.0 60.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Recoveries
Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 60.0 60.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Rev-Tax Supported
Deb Revenue - Development Chgs
Total Debenture Financing

Development Charges
Development Charges Res
Total Development Charges

Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 60.0 60.0
Federal Gas Tax
Total Reserves 60.0 60.0
Capital Levy

- 372 -
City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Environmental Services

Nelson Landfill
Monitoring Program 5-20.05 2,237.0 1,887.0 350.0 233.3 116.7 116.7

Generator Annual and


Quinquennial Testing 5-20.06 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0

Harper Road Landfill


5-20.07 6,825.0 3,925.0 2,225.0 2,225.0 225.0 225.0 450.0 450.0

Total 9,362.0 5,812.0 650.0 233.3 416.7 116.7 300.0 2,225.0 2,225.0 225.0 225.0 450.0 450.0

- 373 -
Questica#: 11462 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.05

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Nelson Landfill Monitoring Program The City, in conjunction with Otonabee South Monaghan Township and
Fred Nelson & Sons, operated a licensed landfill site in the Township
Commitments Made on lands owned by Fred Nelson from the early 1970s to mid 1980s.
Environmental legislation under the Environmental Protection Act,
Originally, there was a tri-party agreement between the City, the requires on-going monitoring for all landfills registered in Ontario to
Township of Otonabee South Monaghan and Fred Nelson & Sons, ensure there are no risks to human health or the environment as a
that established an annual budget commitment to monitor the result of landfill operations.
closed landfill. However, there is presently no formal agreement
related to monitoring or other work at the Nelson Closed Landfill. Elevated contamination (PCBs) results have been obtained at the
former landfill. Additional sampling occurred in 2017 and remedial
Effects on Future Operating Budgets measures will be defined during negotiations with the Ministry of
Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP). However, without a
Results from the 2014 monitoring program revealed the new cost sharing agreement in place, no further work on this project is
requirements for significant remedial action measures to be carried anticipated.
out on the site to bring the former landfill back into compliance with
current environmental legislation. Estimates range from $1,000,000 As negotiations continue with the stakeholders and the MECP, there
to $3,000,000. Additional operating funds are likely and will be may be a need to increase the City’s share of funds depending on
better defined as the results of new monitoring becomes available. findings of annual results and the framework of the new agreement.

Accessibility Considerations

None.

- 374 -
Questica #: 11462 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description Nelson Landfill Monitoring Program

Project # 5-20.05
Expenditures
Contractual Services 2,237.0 1,887.0 350.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Other Mun-grants & fees 713.3 596.7 116.7
Recoveries 710.8 594.2 116.7
Total Direct Revenue 1,424.2 1,190.8 233.3
Net Requirements 812.8 696.2 116.7
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 39.0 39.0
Utility Services Reserve 7.5 7.5
Total Reserves 46.5 46.5

Capital Levy 766.3 649.7 116.7

- 375 -
Questica#: 19-018 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.06

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Generator Annual and Quinquennial Testing A qualified outside contractor will be brought in to do load testing on all
of the City's 28 Generators - $300,000.
Commitments Made
Accessibility Considerations
None.
None.
Effects on Future Operating Budgets

2019 will mark the first year that the City has a dedicated generator
employee and program. As a result, all units need to be load tested
to establish a baseline and/or bring testing up to required
standards. Future years will require annual testing but with a much
reduced capital investment.

- 376 -
Questica #: 19-018 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description Generator Annual and Quinquennial Testing

Project # 5-20.06
Expenditures
Contractual Services 300.0 300.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 300.0 300.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Waste Water Reserve Fund 300.0 300.0
Total Reserves 300.0 300.0

- 377 -
Questica#: 11463 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Other Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (Other)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-20.07

Division: Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Harper Road Landfill - Former Waste Disposal Site The City of Peterborough operated a landfill site from approximately
the mid-1940s to the mid-1960s in the area of Harper Road and Sir
Commitments Made Sandford Fleming Drive. This is not an engineered facility and the site
received both municipal and industrial waste. Recently, 2008 onwards,
Report USEP12-001 on January 23, 2012, established a capital some work was performed which was initiated to address PCB seeps
budget in the amount of $2,000,000 to conduct a detailed to surface water in the surrounding surface water streams. The Ministry
Environmental Study of the Harper Road former landfill site. Report of the Environment and Climate Change has directed the City to file an
USEP15-005 on June 1, 2015, identified the requirement to seek application for a new ECA for the site. This process will provide a
an Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA), for the site and to clear, concise directive outlining provisions to manage the former
fund an additional $187,000 to complete the required application landfill according to today’s applicable laws and standards .
submittal.
Supporting documentation from the detailed Environmental Study
Effects on Future Operating Budgets conducted in 2012, 2013 and 2014 will be used for the application
process. Once the ECA is approved, implementation of the ECA
Future clean-up and remedial initiatives will ultimately impact future requirements will begin.
budgets.
Accessibility Considerations

None.

- 378 -
Questica #: 11463 Other Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Environmental Services - Environmental Services

Project Description Harper Road Landfill

Project # 5-20.07
Expenditures
Contractual Services 6,825.0 3,925.0 2,225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 6,825.0 3,925.0 2,225.0 225.0 225.0 225.0


To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Capital Levy Reserve 2,000.0 2,000.0
Utility Services Reserve 25.0 25.0
Total Reserves 2,025.0 2,025.0

Capital Levy 4,800.0 1,900.0 2,225.0 225.0


225.0 225.0

- 379 -
City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Infrastructure and Planning Services


Waste Management

Peterborough Landfill
Site 5-21.01 17,864.5 9,539.5 1,565.0 782.5 782.5 782.5 4,500.0 2,250.0 240.0 120.0 2,020.0 1,010.0

Construction and
Transfer of Leaf and 5-21.02 4,000.0 2,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0
Yard Compost Facility

Total 21,864.5 12,039.5 3,065.0 782.5 2,282.5 1,500.0 782.5 4,500.0 2,250.0 240.0 120.0 2,020.0 1,010.0

- 380 -
Questica#: 15468 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-21.01

Division: Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility The South Fill Area was capped and closed in 2012 as per its closure
plan which included seeding and landscaping to a natural state.
Commitments Made
Cell 2 of the North Fill Area is expected to be capped late 2018 or
The City and County entered into an agreement on July 1, 2002, to early 2019 with Cell 3 continuing to receive waste for approximately
jointly own and operate the Peterborough Waste Management four to five more years.
Facility and share all costs and revenues on a 50-50 basis.
In 2017, a Reuse Building was set up in the Public Drop off area for
Effects on Future Operating Budgets furniture, and other goods that were considered too good to go to
landfill. These objects are available to anybody wishing to take them
The operating budget includes a “Landfill Operations” activity that away.
captures ongoing operating costs associated with the site and
tipping fee revenues all of which are cost shared 50-50 with the The following 2019 Capital Projects are proposed:
County.
- Final Cover for Cell 2
The waste disposal capacity and annual fill rates are based on best - Haul Soil Off-site
estimates and will be refined annually.

- 381 -
Questica #: 15468 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

Project Description Peterborough Landfill Site

Project # 5-21.01
Expenditures
Contractual Services 17,864.5 9,539.5 1,565.0 4,500.0 240.0 475.0 95.0 510.0 940.0

Total Direct Revenue

Direct Revenue
Other Mun-grants & fees 8,932.3 4,769.8 782.5 2,250.0 120.0 237.5 47.5 255.0 470.0
Total Direct Revenue 8,932.3 4,769.8 782.5 2,250.0 47.5 255.0 470.0
120.0 237.5
Net Requirements 8,932.3 4,769.8 782.5 2,250.0 120.0 237.5 47.5 255.0 470.0
To Be Financed From:
Reserves
Waste Management Reserve Fund 8,932.3 4,769.8 782.5 2,250.0 120.0 237.5 47.5 255.0 470.0
Total Reserves 8,932.3 4,769.8 782.5 2,250.0 47.5 255.0 470.0
120.0 237.5

- 382 -
Questica#: 16-032 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Infrastructure and Planning Services Budget Reference #: 5-21.02

Division: Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Construction and Transfer of Leaf and Yard Compost Facility The existing compost site at Harper Road is required by the MECP to
cease receiving new material as of January 1, 2019. Accordingly,
Commitments Made studies have been undertaken to find, design and get approval for a
new compost site.
The Environmental Compliance Approval (No. A340106) for the
existing Harper Road Compost Site, requires that receipt of The new site is proposed to be within the lands of the County/City
organic waste at the Harper Site cease once a new leaf and yard Waste Management Facility on Bensfort Road. Studies have been
waste composting site has been approved and constructed at completed, and applications made to both the Township of
Bensfort Road Landfill. Application to the Ministry of Environment, Otonabee-South Monaghan, for zoning and land-use changes, and the
Conservation and Parks (MECP) has been made to allow a new MECP, to amend the Certificate of Approval for the landfill to allow for
leaf and yard compost facility at the landfill. outdoor windrow composting. The City awaits approvals before
proceeding with a Request for Tenders for the construction of the
Effects on Future Operating Budgets composting facility. It is anticipated that construction will occur in 2018.

The new compost site will incorporate updated Provincial Compost Accessibility Considerations
Standards. These standards involve a higher level of sampling and
monitoring with the resultant increase in operating costs. Where possible accessibility will be considered.
Additionally, more requirements are placed on the day-to-day
operation of the site including the control of litter, and formation and
turning of windrows.

- 383 -
Questica #: 16-032 Tangible Capital Assets
Ten Year Capital Budget Estimates
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years
($000)

Project Approved REQUESTED 2024 to 2029 to


Total Pre-2019 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2028 2043

Department Infrastructure and Planning Services

Division Waste Mgmt - Waste Management

Project Description Construction and Transfer of Leaf and Yard Compost


Facility
Project # 5-21.02
Expenditures
Contractual Services 4,000.0 2,500.0 1,500.0

Total Direct Revenue

Net Requirements 4,000.0 2,500.0 1,500.0


To Be Financed From:
Debentures
Deb Revenue - WMRF 3,000.0 1,500.0 1,500.0
Total Debenture Financing 3,000.0 1,500.0 1,500.0
Reserves
Waste Management Reserve Fund 1,000.0 1,000.0
Total Reserves 1,000.0 1,000.0

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Community Services Summary

Administration 6-1 11,216.3 340.0 565.0 565.0 1,132.6 1,132.6 9,178.7 9,178.7
Arts Culture and 6-2 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0
Heritage
Museum 6-3 750.0 70.0 70.0 130.0 130.0 550.0 550.0
Library 6-4 5,218.2 487.5 18.0 469.5 8.6 77.4 383.5 478.9 478.9 495.4 495.4 3,756.5 3,756.5
Art Gallery 6-5 18,800.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 1,650.0 1,650.0 5,000.0 2,000.0 12,050.0 10,050.0
Arenas 6-6 60,691.1 3,774.4 532.5 532.5 432.5 100.0 29,825.0 9,559.0 18,475.0 5,759.0 8,084.2 2,034.2
Recreation 6-7 8,275.0 175.0 650.0 650.0 360.0 265.0 25.0 1,250.0 1,250.0 3,200.0 3,200.0 3,000.0 3,000.0
Peterborough Sport 6-8 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0
and Wellness
Social Services 6-9 200.0 200.0 200.0 200.0

Total 105,245.7 4,289.4 2,065.0 18.0 2,047.0 566.1 437.4 365.0 678.5 33,838.9 13,572.9 28,433.0 12,717.0 36,619.4 28,569.4

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City of Peterborough
Other Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Community Services Summary

Administration 6-1 882.8 135.0 115.5 115.5 75.0 40.5 66.2 66.2 69.5 69.5 496.6 496.6
Arts Culture and 6-2 5,157.5 526.4 196.1 20.0 176.1 176.1 595.0 575.0 230.0 230.0 3,610.0 3,610.0
Heritage
Museum 6-3 125.0 75.0 15.0 60.0 60.0 50.0 50.0
Art Gallery 6-5 690.5 12.5 72.0 72.0 72.0 19.9 19.9 20.3 20.3 565.8 565.8
Arenas 6-6 630.0 150.0 480.0 480.0 480.0
Recreation 6-7 1,389.0 395.0 241.0 191.0 50.0 50.0 403.0 75.0 50.0 50.0 300.0 300.0
Social Services 6-9 28,556.0 13,290.0 3,006.0 2,697.8 308.3 68.3 90.0 150.0 1,598.0 718.3 1,383.0 468.3 9,279.0 3,545.3

Total 37,430.8 14,508.9 4,185.6 2,923.8 1,261.8 921.3 90.0 250.5 2,682.1 1,454.3 1,752.8 838.0 14,301.4 8,567.7

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City of Peterborough
Tangible Capital Budget Summary
2019-2028 & Subsequent Years

2019 2020 2021 2022 & After

Project Approved Total Net Cap Dev


Project Description Ref Total Pre-2019 Costs Rev Cost Levy Chg Deb Other Total Net Total Net Total Net

Community Services
Administration

Improvements to Morrow
Park 6-1.01 9,840.0 340.0 500.0 500.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 8,000.0 8,000.0

Sustainability Projects
6-1.02 1,376.3 65.0 65.0 132.6 132.6 1,178.7 1,178.7

Total 11,216.3 340.0 565.0 565.0 1,132.6 1,132.6 9,178.7 9,178.7

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Questica#: 18-148 2019 - 2028 Capital Budget Justification
Tangible Capital Assets CAP Form 1 (TCA)

Department: Community Services Budget Reference #: 6-1.01

Division: Admin - Administration

Project Name & Description Project Detail, Justification & Reference Map

Morrow Park Redevelopment Project Phase 1: Conceptual and detailed design of four exhibition/storage
Phase 1: Conceptual and detailed design of four exhibition/ barns and a new track/sand ring. ($0.5 million - 2020)
storage barns and new track/sand ring. Construction to follow.
Construction of one new exhibition/storage barn for City storage,
Phase 2: Implementation of Phase 2 of Morrow Park Master Plan society headquarters, public washrooms and exhibition space. ($1
including: relocation of perimeter fence; construction of perimeter million - 2021) Construction of a new track/sand ring. ($1 million -
berms, trail network, extensive tree planting; and commemorative 2022)