HBZ Project List Evaluation Mayor and City Council: Please Rate Each Criteria for Each Project

on a Scale of 0 to 5

PROJECTS

Estimated Cost

Meets Intent of Comp Plan Policies

Appropriate Use of HBZ Funds

Urgency (2-3 years)

Provides High Value Return on Project Cost

Encourages economic development increases tax rev

Leverages grants or brings in direct revenue to City

Maintains / Replaces Existing Infrastructure

Increases Infrastructure Capacity

Total Score

NOTES

TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
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Rosedale Sidewalk Burnham Drive Overlay Peacock Hill Road Overlay Cushman Trail Phase 3 (96th to Borgen) Cushman Trail Phase 4-a (Borgen to St. Anthony's Hospital) Cushman Trail Phase 4-b (Borgen to Purdy) BB16 Large Roundabout Gap Metering Sehmel Ave - Right Turn Lane at Burnham / SR16 Burnham Dr Bridge - (SR16) Restriping to 4-lanes Pedestrian Bridge at BB16 Burnham Drive Widening Skansie / Rosedale Intersection Improvements (Turn-lane) Vernhardsen St Improvements (storm, roadway, bicycle & peds) Harborview Dr Ped & Pkg Improvements (Stinson to N.Harborview) Harborview Dr Ped & Pkg Improvements (Rosedale to Stinson) Harbor Hill Drive Extension Stinson / Rosedale Intersection Imp (turn lanes to WB Rosedale) Twawelkax Trail Construction & Trailhead Millville Sidewalks (included in # 15 above) Donkey Creek Project - Two-lane Austin & Close N. Harborview Downtown Parking Lot (no location identified)
PARKS

$350,000 $345,000 $200,000 $2,300,000 $400,000 $2,000,000 $190,000 $210,000 $400,000 $17,730,000 $9,700,000 $275,000 $3,650,000 $1,500,000 $950,000 $19,000,000 $280,000 $500,000 n/a $1,117,000 Unknown

Leverages TIB grant and provides additional non-motorized connection to Cushman Trail, provides safety benefits for pedestrians Will take pressure off of the General Fund; This project is a signicant step toward catching up on the City's road maintenance. Will take pressure off of the General Fund; This project is a signicant step toward catching up on the City's road maintenance.
New trail, provides safety benefits for non-motorized modes; $1 million State grant currently proposed in Senate capital budget. HBZ would provide the required match for this State grant. Should know by end of June if grant will be approved.

Metering increases "gaps" for entrance points that need additional capacity and provides safety benefits.

Increases traffic capacity at the interchange. Triggers #10, Pedestrian Bridge at BB16

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GH North - 7acre Park Development Wheeler Street-End Pocket Park Crescent Creek Park Play Structure Rohwer Property - Park Development Masonic Building - Property Acquisition (PROS plan, p.49) Donkey Creek Corridor (Conservation Acquisitions PROS , pg 48) Maritime Pier Bogue Park - Visitors Pier
SEWER

$1,950,000 $80,000 $200,000 $500,000 $350,000 $1,500,000 $390,000 Unknown not in PROS

Cost to the City could be less than $1.95m if community groups contributed.

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Bujacich Lift Station - (17A) and Force Main Wastewater System Imp - Annual Debt Service Assistance Woodhill Lift Station - No. 12 Upgrade WWTP Phase 2 Expansion
WATER

$2,150,000 $300,000 $3,000,000 $5,400,000

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GH North Well - No. 9 Construction OTHER

$4,000,000

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PW Shop Facility Bulk Fuel Storage PW Shop Facitilty Expansion

$27,000 $400,000

Emergency Preparedness Benefit The $400,000 cost is the approximate amount attributable to the HBZ

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