C i t y o f I r v i n g , Te x a s

CITY MANAGEMENT

CITY OF IRVING, TEXAS
CITY MANAGER’S RECOMMENDED
BUDGET
FY 2011-2012

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Title Page
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION

City Manager’s Letter

i

APPROPRIATION
SCHEDULES
APROPRIATION SCHEDULES

Authorized Personnel

3

General Fund Spreadsheet

5

Water and Sewer System Fund Spreadsheet

6

Garage Fund

7

Municipal Drainage Utility Fund

8

Solid Waste Services Enterprise Fund

9

Hotel Occupancy Tax Funds

10

Grant Funds

11

Equipment Replacement Funds

12

Other Funds

13

Capital Improvement Funds

15

REVENUES

General Funds Revenue Sources by Major Category

19

Ad Valorem Revenue History

20

Property Tax Rates - Direct and Overlapping

21

Sales Tax Revenue

22

Sales Tax Budget Collection History

23

Sales Tax Percent Change

24

Hotel Occupancy Tax - Proposed Revenue Projection

25

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EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES

General Fund Analysis Schedules
General Fund Revenue and Expenditures Chart

29

General Fund Expenditures by Department

30

General Fund Expenditures by Classification

31

Economic Development Contractual Obligation

32

STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 1—
1 —LAND
LANDUSE
USE

Goal 1 Overview

35

Planning and Inspections

36

STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 2—VIBRANT
2 — VIBRANTNEIGHBORHOODS
NEIGHBORHOODS

Goal 2 Overview

39

Code Enforcement

40

Housing and Human Services

41

STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 3—ECONOMIC
3 — ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT

Goal 3 Overview

43

Real Estate Services — Economic Development

44

Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau

46

STRATEGIC GOAL 4—SAFE
AND
SECURE
CITY
4 — SAFE
AND
SECURE
CITY

Goal 4 Overview

49

Police

50

Fire

52

Municipal Court

54

Animal Services

56

STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 6—EFFECTIVE
6 — EFFECTIVECOMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS

Goal 6 Overview

59

Corporate Communications

60

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STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 7—CULTURAL,
7 — CULTURAL,RECREATIONAL
RECREATIONALAND
ANDEDUCATIONAL
EDUCATIONALENVIRIONMENTS
ENVIRONMENTS

Goal 7 Overview

63

Parks and Building Maintenance

64

Library Services

66

Irving Arts Center

68

Heritage and Museum

70

STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 8—SOUND
8 — SOUND
GOVERNANCE
STRATEGIC
GOVERNANCE

Goal 8 Overview

73

Mayor and Council

74

City Secretary’s Office

75

City Manager’s Office

77

Financial Services

78

Strategic Services

82

Non-Departmental

84

Performance Office

86

City Attorney’s Office

88

STRATEGIC
STRATEGIC GOAL
GOAL 9—INFRASTRUCTURE
9— INFRASTRUCTURENETWORK
NETWORK

Goal 9 Overview

89

Capital Improvement Program

90

Public Work — Transportation

92

Information Technology
Water Utilities

94
96

STRATEGIC GOAL 10—ENVIRONMENTAL
10 — ENVIRONMENTALSUSTAINABILITY
SUSTAINABILITY

Water Utilities
Goal 10 Overview

96
99

Solid Waste Services

100

Municipal Drainage Utility

102

Intergovernmental Services

104

Fleet Services

106

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FUND SUMMARIES
OTHER
FUND SUMMARIES

Other Water Funds
New Lien Water and Sewer Reserve Fund

110

Water and Sewer Reserve Fund

111

Water and Sewer Contingency Fund

112

Water Resources and Development Fund

113

Lake Chapman Fund

114

Lake Chapman Reserve Fund

115

Hotel Occupancy Tax Funds
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (ICVB) Funds

118

Irving Arts Center (IAC) Funds

122

Convention Center Complex Fund Summary

129

Entertainment Venue Fund Summary

130

Heritage and Museum Fund Summary

131

Museum Operating Fund Summary

132

Hotel Occupancy Tax Reserve Fund Summary

133

Grants Funds
Community Development Block Grant Fund Summary

136

Home Investment Partnership Grant Fund Summary

137

Emergency Shelter Fund Summary

138

Community Development Block Grant - Recovery Fund Summary

139

Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1

140

Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program - Federal

141

Emergency Shelter Grant - State

142

Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program - State

143

Texas Highway Safety Grant Fund Summary

144

Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Fund Summary

145

Miscellaneous Grants Fund Summary

146

Transportation Grant Fund Summary

147

Library Grant Fund Summary

148

Emergency Management Grant Fund Summary

149

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FUND SUMMARIES
OTHER
FUND SUMMARIES

Criminal Justice Grant Fund Summary

150

Miscellaneous Donations Fund Summary

151

Other Funds
Park Donation Fund Summary

154

Cimarron Recreation Center Fund Summary

155

Lee Park Recreation Center Fund Summary

156

Heritage Senior Center Fund Summary

157

Mustang Park Recreation Center Fund Summary

158

Northwest Park Recreation Center Fund Summary

159

Senter Park Recreation Center Fund Summary

160

West Park Recreation Center Fund Summary

161

Economic Development Fund Summary

162

Main Street and Events Fund Summary

163

Tax Increment Financing District Fund Summary

164

TIF Project Fund Summary

165

Tax Increment Financing District #2 Fund Summary

166

Municipal Court Technology Fees Fund Summary

167

Municipal Court Building Security Fees Fund Summary

168

Municipal Court Time Payment Fees Fund Summary

169

Compensated Absences Fund Summary

170

Flexible Spending Fund Summary

171

Health Self Insurance Fund Summary

172

Health Legal Reserve Fund Summary

173

Health Claims Reserve Fund Summary

174

Voluntary Employees’ Beneficiary Association (VEBA) Fund Summary

175

Self Insurance Casualty Fund Summary

176

Supplemental Benefit Plan Fund Summary

177

Texas Stadium Rental #1 Fund Summary

178

Texas Stadium Rental #2 Fund Summary

179

Texas Stadium Project Fund Summary

180

Red Light Camera Enforcement Fund Summary

181

Table of Contents

FUND SUMMARIES
OTHER
FUND SUMMARIES

Seized Narcotics Fund Summary

182

DEBT SERVICE
Schedule
of Requirements FY 2010-11 General Obligation Bonds

185

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011-12 General Obligation Bonds

185

Schedule of General Obligation Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity

186

General Interest and Sinking Fund Summary

187

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011-12 Waterworks and Sanitary Sewer Bonds

188

Schedule of Waterworks and Sanitary Sewer Revenue Bonded Indebtedness to
Maturity FY 2011-12

189

Water and Sewer Interest and Sinking Fund Summary

190

New Lien Water and Sewer Interest and Sinking Fund Summary

191

Schedule of Requirements Combination Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax Certificates of
Obligation Requirements

192

Schedule of Combination Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax Certificates of Obligation
Indebtedness To Maturity FY 2011-12

193

Hotel Occupancy Tax Interest and Sinking Fund Summary

194

Schedule of Requirements Entertainment Venue Debt Obligations

195

Schedule of Entertainment Venue Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity

196

Entertainment Venue Debt Service Fund Summary

197

Municipal Drainage Utility Schedule of Requirements

198

Municipal Drainage Utility Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity

199

Municipal Drainage Utility Interest and Sinking Fund Summary

200

FY
2010-11
Bond Sale Map
CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM FUNDS

203

FY 2011-12 General Obligation Bond Sale

205

FY 2011-12 Water and Sewer System Pay-as-You-Go Capital Funding

206

General Fund Non Bond Fund Summary

207

Convention Center Bond Fund Summary

209

Entertainment Venue Bond Fund Summary

210

Street Improvement Bond Fund Summary

211

Storm Sewer Bond Fund Summary

213

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CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM FUNDS Cont.
OTHER
FUND
SUMMARIES

Park Improvement Bond Fund Summary

214

Fire Station Bond Fund Summary

215

Library Bond Fund Summary

216

Criminal Justice Bond Fund Summary

217

Landfill Bond Fund Summary

218

City Buildings Bond Fund Summary

219

DART Bond Fund Summary

220

Radio Communications Bond Fund Summary

221

Animal Shelter Bond Fund Summary

222

Infrastructure Bond Fund Summary

223

Gateway Development Bond Fund Summary

224

Municipal Drainage Utility Bond Fund Summary

225

Water Improvement Bond Fund Summary

226

Sanitary Sewer Bond Fund Summary

228

Water and Sewer System Non-Bond Capital Improvement Program Fund Summary

230

Municipal Drainage Utility Non-Bond CIP Fund Summary

228

REPLACEMENT FUNDS
FUNDS

Equipment Replacement Fund Spreadsheet

235

Vehicle Replacement Request

237

Computer Replacement Fund Spreadsheet

238

CITY MANAGER’S
MESSAGE

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
To: 

Honorable Mayor Van Duyne and Members of the City Council

From:

Tommy Gonzalez, City Manager

Date:

August 5, 2011

Subject: FY 2011-12 Manager’s Proposed Budget
 
It is my privilege to present the FY 2011-12 City of Irving budget for your consideration. The
budget is in alignment with the city’s Strategic Plan. Management, directors and city staff worked
to identify resources and prioritize programs to align city operations and capital projects
according to the City Council’s ten strategic goals. This budget focuses on meeting the council’s
highest priorities and maintaining core services to the city’s residents, visitors and businesses.
Benchmarks have been established to track progress toward each goal, and new goals and
action steps will be incorporated as the current ones are completed.
Strong governance and fiscal management remain a high priority. The FY 2011-12 budget is
structurally balanced, with operating revenues meeting operating expenditures. The impact of
the national recession and sharp declines in key revenues have resulted in drastic budget cuts
for many city and county governments.
The national recession has had a significant impact on municipal revenues over the past four
years. The two main revenues supporting the General Fund, property taxes and sales taxes,
have both declined significantly as a result of the economic contraction. Taxable values of all
property within Irving have declined steadily. From a peak valuation of $18.45 billion in FY 200809, values have dropped to $16.5 billion for FY 2011-12, a reduction of $1.9 billion. This has
resulted in a $10.3 million decrease in revenues over the past two years. If the current tax rate
were maintained, the impact on general revenues would be a further reduction of $2.6 million, for
a cumulative loss of $12.9 million.
These steady reductions in major revenue sources have been met with offsetting reductions in
expenditures to continually rebalance the budget as projections are updated and revenues
continue to fall. The city has taken proactive steps to review processes and reduce operating
costs ahead of revenue declines while maintaining excellent levels of services. Examples of how
operating costs have been reduced will be presented at the budget retreat session. Key
indicators including the crime rate, resident satisfaction with city services and the overall look of
the city demonstrate that city staff has been able to increase services and customer satisfaction
while at the same time reduce costs. Cumulatively over the last four years, the city has identified
over $38 million in cost savings, cost avoidance, cost recovery and productivity enhancements.
This, in part, has helped offset the loss in revenues mentioned above.

 

The recession has also impacted the residents of Irving. While municipal revenues have been
declining, use of city services has been increasing. In particular, residents are using city
programs and facilities as a low cost resource for after school care, tutoring, job searching, and
recreational, aquatic and leisure activities for their families. A key goal of the development of the
FY 2011-12 budget was to maintain those services that provide direct benefits to the
community as well as those essential to protect the health, safety and welfare of the community.
The city has also strengthened financial policies and procedures to ensure adequate reserve
balances, conservative expenditure policies, and monitoring and projections of key revenues.
The use of tools such as the five-year financial forecast have allowed management to project
future revenue and expenditure trends and adjust revenues and expenditures to produce a
structurally balanced budget.

 
While these policies have enabled Irving to remain financially sound and maintain current service
levels, further declines in key revenues require further expenditure reductions, deferral of
maintenance and equipment replacement, as well as increases in revenues to balance the
budget. Accomplishing this balance was a daunting but not insurmountable task for city staff.
The proposed structurally balanced budget will help maintain the city’s double AAA credit rating,
prepares the city for the upcoming year, and lays the foundation for the next two to three years.
FY 2010-11 RESULTS
Irving became the first municipality to receive the prestigious Texas Award for Performance
Excellence (TAPE). As the state version of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, TAPE
recognizes role model organizations that demonstrate exceptional performance in areas of
leadership, customer service, workforce focus, process management, results and strategic
planning. The TAPE award comes on the heels of Irving being recognized as one of the 2010
Best Places to Work in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal.
Genghis Khan: The Exhibition is on display at the Irving Arts Center through September 30.
This prestigious exhibition is the largest cultural exhibit ever hosted in Irving. The exhibit is
attracting visitors from many states and countries, including some from Mongolia. The Arts
Center has worked with several school districts in Texas and Oklahoma to integrate the exhibit
into their curriculum and facilitate field trips to the exhibit.
In May 2011, the West Irving Library was opened. This state-of-the-art, 25,000 sq ft library
offers a wide variety of technology resources in addition to the traditional books, magazines,
audio and video resources. These include multi-touch computer tables, a computer lab, a
business center, and Wi-Fi access. Constructed with the latest green building techniques, the
library is a net-zero building, using solar panels and geo-thermal wells to generate as much
energy as the building will use over the course of a year.
Another high priority area for the council and staff is public safety. We have seen a 30% decline
in the crime rate over the last five years, including a 12% reduction so far this year. The city’s
emergency medical services have been recognized as having the highest cardiac survival rate
in the state of Texas.
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Irving received a $2 million Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant and replaced 152
street lights on Irving Boulevard with solar powered street lights. The new lights will reduce
energy costs to the city and replace 20 plus year old street lights.
Diversity - The city has over 11% of the workforce currently receiving bi-lingual pay, an increase
of 3.8% since 2007. The percentage of contracts competitively awarded to M/WBE vendors has
met the goal of 25% of total value of the contracts.
Transparency – The Financial Services and Corporate Communications departments have
teamed up on getting more financial information to the public. In recognition of our efforts, the
City received the Gold Transparency Award for Financial Transparency from the Texas
Comptroller for the second year in a row. The award criteria includes placing budget documents,
annual financial reports, and check registers in the city’s website for public review.

 
We have also found a way to reward our employees while saving the city money. Employee
wellness is now a key focus throughout the organization to promote a healthy workforce, enhance
employee morale, and provide incentives for employees to take control of their health. Irving
Wellness Incentive Now (I WIN) was launched January 2009 to offer wellness and fitness rewards
to employees who achieve and maintain good health. The cost of these rewards will be offset by
lower insurance premiums in the future from a fit workforce as well as encouraging preventative
care and a healthier lifestyle. When employees are healthy and strong; residents, visitors and
businesses are well served, productivity is high and health insurance costs are kept low. Through I
WIN, employees are able to receive a wellness screening and have the opportunity to participate
in a fitness assessment using benchmarks established by the Cooper Clinic. The success of this
program is evidenced by the number of employees who are participating in the various I WIN
programs. More than 1,040 employees have qualified to receive fitness incentive pay.
By
incentivizing employees to take active control of their health, become more physically fit, and have
regular wellness screenings, the city will see a reduction in overall healthcare costs and insurance
rates. Another tangible result has been the loss of almost 2,300 pounds by participating
employees over the last two years.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE FY 2011-12 BUDGET
The FY 2011-12 budget is the sixth to be organized around the city’s Strategic Plan. City
departments and teams have been aligned in order to match the ten goals of the Strategic Plan.
In developing the budget, existing and proposed programs and projects that meet the Strategic
Plan’s goals and strategies have the highest priority for funding and resource allocation.
Sales tax revenue peaked in FY 2007-08 at $50.61 million and declined to a low of $44.6 million
in FY 2009-10. Since then, revenues have recovered slightly, with $46.6 million being projected
for FY 11-12. However, the reduction is a cumulative loss of $18.6 million over the past four
years.
Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) revenues, which are primarily driven by business travel was also
significantly impacted by the recession, resulting in a 23% reduction in taxable receipts since FY
2007-08. As is the case with sales tax revenues HOT revenues have been increasing from the
lowest point of FY 2009-10, but are still well below pre-recession levels.
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In developing the FY 2011-12 budget, city management took proactive steps to ensure that the
national recession did not adversely impact the operations of the city. For the past four years, a
Five Year Financial Forecast analysis has been conducted to project operating revenue and
expenditure trends. Cost savings were implemented, with many vacant positions being
eliminated or temporarily held vacant. Over the past four years, 111 vacant positions have been
eliminated across all funds. These position reductions were achieved by reducing layers of
management, increasing span of control, and achieving efficiencies by combining like services
and duties into single departments. These savings were achieved while service delivery was
enhanced, new programs were added and customer satisfaction increased. An additional 135
positions are currently being held vacant, with a savings of $7.3 million estimated for FY 201112. Staff continues to review the list as further vacancies occur to ensure staffing levels are
adequate for maintaining current levels of service.
Once revenues recover, department
workloads will be evaluated using lean six sigma to determine which represent truly required
staffing and which can be permanently eliminated. Up to this point, this has involved the attrition
of positions as vacancies occur and no filled positions have been eliminated.
OVERVIEW OF THE FY 2011-12 OPERATING BUDGET
In preparation for the FY 2011-12
budget, all city operations were
Millions
categorized and ranked according to
FY 2011‐12 Operating Budget
three categories: core, needs, and
$0 
wants.
These categories were
$50 
assigned across all goals to build a
city-wide
hierarchy
of
services
$100 
provided, their annual cost, and the
$150 
personnel needed to provide the
service. Core services were limited to
$200 
the essential services that must be
provided in order to maintain the
$250 
health, safety and welfare of the City.
$300 
These
services
include
Police
protection, Fire suppression and EMS,
$350 
Core
Needs Wants
Water and Sewer operations, Solid
Waste
Services,
and
Street
maintenance. Other important services, including Code Enforcement, Municipal Court, Fleet
Maintenance, that did not meet the definition of core services were classified as Needs. All other
services, including certain programs within the departments classified as Core or Needs were
classified as Wants and prioritized.
In addition to revenue decreases discussed above, several key expenditure categories also
increased for FY 2011-12.
 Health insurance costs increased by 10%, adding $1.3 million to General Fund
expenditures alone, which is offset by the I WIN program mentioned above.
 The recent rise in fuel costs has also been accounted for with Fleet projecting an
increase in fuel costs of $1.28 million.
 Contractual rebates and other economic development incentive agreements have
increased from the prior year by $513,200 for a total of $10.3 million
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All departments were asked by to review all fines, fees, and charges for service related to their
operations. All municipal revenues were evaluated against how much it cost the city to provide
the related service and were also benchmarked against rates charged by comparable cities.
Several fee adjustments were proposed, and adjustments were recommended for some
Planning and Inspection fees, Code Enforcement fees and Aquatic Center fees for adults. In
total, these adjustments result in $414,000 in additional revenue.
The Irving Art Center increased ticketing, art camp, and theater rental fees to increase recovery
of the costs of service. These revenue adjustments are in line with benchmark rates and will
generate an additional $26,200 in the Arts Center fund group.
The electric franchise fee, which had been arbitrarily reduced by the Public Utilities
Commission to eliminate the contractual 5% increase in rates in 2009, was reinstated as the
result of administrative, legislative and legal efforts by Irving in partnership with several other
Texas cities. Prior year revenue of approximately $670,000 is expected to be recovered from
Oncor within FY 2010-11. For FY 2011-12, this resumption of the contractual franchise rate will
increase revenues by $600,000.
In addition to the proposed fee increases, several other revenue enhancements were proposed,
but were ultimately not included to balance the FY 2011-12 budget; they follow:
 +1% increase in the municipal franchise fee to 3% ($700,000 increase)
 +1% increase in the waste hauler franchise fee to 6% ($124,000 increase)
 +$1.00 increase in the energy surcharge to $1.98 to offset fuel costs ($400,000 increase)
The General Fund revenue estimates for FY 2011-12 are $167.87 million. Operating expenses
are also $167.87 million, achieving a structurally balanced budget. This budget is $1.3 million
lower than the $169.5 million FY 2010-11 budget.
With over two-thirds of the General Fund budget allocated to salaries and benefits, the budget
could not have been balanced in the past three years without significant realignment of the
organization. The following strategies were used to balance the FY 2011-12 budget. Some are
short term measures for the current year, while others reflect long-term cost savings and
improved operational efficiencies. In total, they reduce General Fund expenditures by $9.7
million from preliminary projections. These strategies include the following:
 Continue to hold vacant all identified General Fund positions vacant for FY 2011-12 that
are currently being held. New vacancies will be evaluated as they occur to determine if
there is sufficient need to fill them. The estimated savings to the General Fund for these
vacancies is approximately $7.4 million.
 Step increases will be delayed for 18 months for all employees, including general
government, police and fire civil service. This will produce over $589,000 in savings to
the General Fund alone.
 The compensation plan, which has the goal of maintaining employee pay at the 65th
percentile compared to benchmark cities will also not be adjusted for FY 2011-12.
 Health Insurance - For the Choice POS II plan, which covers the majority of the
workforce, the cost allocation will shift from 87% city/13% employee to 85%/15%.
 Departments were asked to review their budgets for further reductions in operational
expenditures that totaled $6.9 million.

 



Computer replacement transfers from the General Fund have been deferred for FY 201112. Computer equipment will only be replaced when the current system is no longer
functional.
Equipment replacement transfers from the General Fund have been deferred for FY
2011-12. Only the most critical needs, totaling $1.58 million will be replaced out of initial
departmental requests of $10.5 million.
Overtime usage has been reduced by approximately $1.6 million, a decrease of 35% to
the proposed citywide overtime budget of $3 million.

The combination of these cost savings, expenditure reductions and an adjustment to the tax rate
that is below the effective tax rate allow for a balanced budget without the closure of city
facilities, reduction in programs or critical services or the eliminations of filled positions.
General Fund and related internal service funds combined reserve balances are projected at
$49.5 million, which is equivalent to 97 days of operating reserves or 29.6% of budgeted
expenditures. In FY 2006-07, the City Council formally adopted a policy maintaining combined
General Fund reserves at levels at or above 90 days of operating expenditures. This policy
provides clear direction to the staff to ensure financial stability and maintain the creditworthiness
of the city’s debt obligations. The rating agencies indicated that one condition necessary for
Irving to maintain its AAA bond rating would be to increase the amount of operating reserves
above 95 days. The proposed budget satisfies that requirement.
The Water and Sewer System Fund budget funds operations and a capital program with a
consumption-based rate structure in water rates to encourage conservation. Total expenditures
are $86 million, a $1.8 million increase from the prior year’s budget of $84.2 million. An
adjustment to the water rate based on consumption to conserve energy and a flat 3% increase in
sewer rates is proposed for FY 2011-12. The twenty-year model for the water and sewer system
has also been updated to project future water needs and infrastructure requirements.
Other Operating Funds include the following: The Solid Waste Services fund was created as
an enterprise fund in FY 2009-10 and accounts for all refuse and recycling collection and landfill
operations with a budget of $10.5 million. The Municipal Drainage Utility funds operations,
capital projects and transfers to four flood control districts for assistance in their maintenance
programs. Hotel Occupancy Taxes fund the operating budgets of the Irving Convention and
Visitors Bureau and Irving Arts Center as well as the operations of the newly opened Irving
Convention Center, which is included in the ICVB budget. The Housing and Human Services
budget has been reduced by approximately $750,000 from the previous year in response to
decreasing federal grant awards.
In total, these operating departments will expend approximately $282 million dollars in the
coming fiscal year. This budget funds a reduced number of general government staff at 1,832
full-time and 405 part-time personnel. This total includes the 135 positions mentioned above
that will be held vacant for the 2011-12 fiscal year, but does not include the 111 positions
eliminated since 2006. The programs served by these employees will be supported by a fleet
valued in excess of $33 million and consisting of more than 750 vehicles and 490 other pieces of
equipment. The city’s technology infrastructure is valued in excess of $15 million and includes
nearly 1,600 work stations served by a combination of local and wide area networks. This
workforce is housed in 74 buildings with more than 1.37 million square feet of space.
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Summary of Operating Expenditures for Major Programs
Fund/Program

2010-11 Adopted
Budget

2011-12 Proposed
Budget

$169,504,476

$167,869,223

Water and Sewer

$84,197,785

$86,015,875

Solid Waste Services

$11,723,038

$10,532,353

$4,883,382

$4,970,087

ICVB

$6,046,256

$5,733,840

Arts Center

$3,891,693

$3,417,253

$45,173

$85,456

$240,096

$289,982

$10,223,218

$9,526,531

$3,901,254

$3,154,150

$284,433,153

$282,068,219

General Fund*

Municipal Drainage Utility
HOT Revenue Funds

Main Street and Events
Heritage and Museum
Total HOT
Housing & Human Services
Total Major Funds

*The FY 11‐12 budget is $15.4 million lower than the FY 2008‐09 budget of $183.2 million 

 
Cost Savings and Efficiencies
Position reductions have been achieved without staff layoffs or reducing the level of services.
Cost savings and efficiency tools like Lean Six Sigma have been used to analyze work flow and
processes. These efficiencies have translated into improved customer service, faster response
times, and elimination of waste. Many process improvements have allowed for staffing to be
reduced when positions become vacant. When vacancies occur, they are not automatically
filled. Each position is reviewed by senior management to determine if the job duties can be reassigned to remaining personnel without a decrease in service levels. Employees are
compensated for taking on additional duties. If the increase in duties and responsibilities is great
enough, a temporary promotion is another option to fill the vacant position and allow employees
to gain experience in position of greater responsibility. City staff is also rewarded with special
pay incentives for education, training, certification, and mastery of specialized job duties. All
special pays and incentive programs are fully funded for the FY 2011-12 budget. Listed below
are the major special pay categories available to all employees:

 
Incentive Programs for all city employees, including civil service

Lean Six Sigma incentive pay

On-the-Spot incentive pay for exceptional service

All Eyes On Irving incentive pay

Rewarding excellence – incentive for sanitation workers with perfect safety records
(Sanitation only)

Occupational language skills pay

I WIN Fitness Incentive

Certification pay
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Police Incentive Programs

School Crossing Guard Training pay – allocated 3% pay differential to four guards as
trainers

Shift Differential pay

Education pay

Master’s Certificate pay

Sick Leave Bonus pay

I WIN Fitness Incentive

Annual Physical Fitness Screening

Bachelors & Master’s Degree pay
Fire Incentive Programs

Paramedic Assignment pay (On the Box pay) – Fire Fighters certified as paramedics
and paramedics actually assigned to ambulances

Annual Physical Fitness Screening

High Angle Rescue pay

Haz Mat pay

Swift Water Rescue pay

Out of Class pay

Arson Investigation pay

Bachelors & Master’s Degree pay

Administration pay

Masters Certification pay

I WIN Fitness Incentive

Sick Leave Bonus pay
On the following pages, the highlights of the FY 2011-12 budget are discussed by strategic plan
goal.

 
GOAL 1: LAND USE
A key strategy of Goal 1 is to improve the visual impression of the city. Several projects are
currently in design or under way to meet this strategy. These include the construction of
screening walls to buffer neighborhoods from traffic noise, developing and installing street light
and traffic signal standards by community district, and developing a comprehensive maintenance
program for major streets and drainage channels.
Staff is developing incentive programs to leverage redevelopment opportunities in areas of
public investment such as gateway intersection projects and other major street enhancement
initiatives.
Key Focus: Corridor Improvements – In FY 2010-11, a second Tax Increment Financing
District (TIF #2) was created along the Irving Boulevard corridor. The goal of this TIF is to provide
funding for infrastructure improvements and redevelopment of this corridor. Architectural design
and land use guidelines are being developed to ensure that renovations and new development
enhance the appearance and property values of the city. The state has awarded a grant through
Keep Irving Beautiful which is funding construction of monument signs and landscaping
improvements at both ends of Irving Boulevard.
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GOAL 2: VITAL VIBRANT NEIGHBORHOODS
Key Focus: Non-Compliant Apartments – As part of the city’s strategy to raise standards and
increase enforcement of multifamily complexes, Code Enforcement staff evaluated all of the
city’s multifamily housing stock, which comprises 60% of all residences within Irving. Each
property was given a classification of 1-4 with Class 1 being the highest standard while Class 4
represents those properties with the lowest ranking due to several items being out of compliance
with city codes and ordinances. Class 4 properties comprised 20% of the housing stock but
contribute to 80% of the complaints and enforcement efforts of the city’s Fire, Police, and Code
Enforcement staff. Of the sixty Class 4 Properties identified, all were brought into compliance,
closed or demolished. One has since been reevaluated as a Class 4.
Key Focus: Code Enforcement – Over the past four years, a number of Code Enforcement
ordinances and processes were reviewed and revised to increase standards and increase the
number of tools available for enforcement. For FY 2011-12, Code Enforcement will continue to
develop and implement strategies to reduce disorder and enhance the visual appearance of the
city by targeting enforcement in priority areas.
Key Focus: Neighborhood Improvements – The Neighborhood Enhancement Program is a
comprehensive city and community focus on strengthening one neighborhood at a time. This
effort involves all city services, working in partnership with community stakeholders in a
comprehensive manner to affect positive change and improved quality of life in neighborhoods.
In FY 2009-10, the Tudor Lane neighborhood was selected for this program, as the area was
noted for sub-standard housing and a high crime rate. As a result of a concentrated 
interdisciplinary effort among city departments, there has been a 78% reduction in police calls
and a 72% reduction in crime in the area. The city has acquired and demolished two blocks
of dilapidated four-plexes. Nearly $5 million in grant funding is being invested in a residential
development that will construct 25 new, energy efficient homes.

GOAL 3: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Key Focus: New Development and Revitalization - The DART light rail extension to D/FW
International Airport will include six light rail stations within Irving that will provide opportunities
for transit oriented development. The city is in active discussions with developers regarding
several potential projects along the entire length of the DART rail line. Construction began on
phases I & II of the line, connecting Las Colinas to Love Field. DART also agreed on the final
terminus of the Orange Line within D/FW International Airport, which will create a direct link from
D/FW terminals to downtown Dallas. Promoting transit-oriented development, by encouraging
office, retail, and high density residential development along the transit line, will increase the
overall tax base and reduce dependence on automobiles, which will then help mitigate pollution.
The City is working with the cities of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, The Colony and Frisco, DART
and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to utilize the BNSF line as a
north-south commuter rail line. NCTCOG is paying 80% of the costs of a feasibility study, and
Federal Transportation funding is being sought to accelerate its development.
Heritage Crossing - The planned redevelopment of Irving’s downtown area includes a mixeduse urban village, complete with retail, residential, restaurants, offices and parks centered on the
Trinity Railway Express station. The plans will promote a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood with
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buildings closer together and roads constructed for slower speeds and undergrounding of
utilities. Design guidelines will ensure the master plan is compatible with existing neighborhood
design, and that appropriate architectural design strategies for restoration and new construction
are implemented.
85 properties in the Heritage district have been purchased, including 6 substandard apartment
complexes that have been demolished and are ready for development. In addition to the 7
business being redeveloped, other improvements include a 35% reduction in the crime rate and
a 4% reduction in EMS service calls.
The Guaranty Bank building, completed in July 2009, was the first project of the development.
This two story building sets the standard for architectural excellence in the redevelopment area.
Additional private sector projects include the reconstruction of McDonalds, JPT Graphics façade
improvements, and current construction of a new Burger King restaurant, which will be
completed by Fall 2011.
Heritage District, LLC secured a $26 million line of credit from Comerica Bank for the
aggregation of property for the development. McDougal family partnership has secured an
additional $2.65 million loan for further property aggregation and McDougal companies have
invested an additional $300,000 into the project. Approximately $13.5 million of the $26 million
line of credit was used to acquire and demolish the 6 substandard apartment complexes.
Historic

Activities Supported by Hotel
Preservation
0.6%
Occupancy Taxes
Museum
Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax (HOT)
1.4%
Entertainment
supported functions include the
Center
22.2%
Main Street and Events Fund, the
Heritage and Museum Fund, the
Convention Center
Irving Arts Center (IAC) and the
22.2%
ICVB
31.7%
Irving Convention and Visitors
Bureau (ICVB).
The HOT
IAC
revenues are based upon the city
18.2%
portion of  revenues. The total
HOT percentage collected from
Debt Service
local hotels, excluding the state
3.8%
portion, is 9%, of which 5% is
allocated to four operating groups.
State law specifically defines the
legal uses of Hotel Occupancy Tax
for direct tourism promotion. The additional 4% of revenue is allocated to the Convention Center
Complex Fund (2%) and Entertainment Venue Fund (2%) to finance the construction of the
Convention Center and the proposed adjacent Entertainment Venue. Revenues from these
allocations will be used to pay the debt issued to purchase the land, design, and construction the
Convention Center and Entertainment Venue. Estimated tax receipts and interest earnings for
FY 2011-12 are $3.7 million for each 2% allocation.
It is estimated that HOT collections in FY 2011-12 will total $16.6 million as compared to FY
2007-08 in which $18.3 million was collected. The sharp decrease in 2009 and 2010 was due to

 

declines in room rentals and rental rates due to the recession. The majority of Irving’s HOT
revenue is generated by business travelers, and Irving’s HOT revenues are a leading indicator of
business activity. Projected revenue for FY 2011-12 is 4.7% above FY 2009-10 collections of
$15.83 million, and show slow but steady growth as business travel recovers from the national
recession.
In February 2011, Superbowl XLV was held in Arlington, Texas. Irving directly benefited as the
city hosted the NFC Championship team as well as many of the international media covering the
event. The city entered into agreements with the state and the host committee to be reimbursed
for the cost of any city resources, such as police protection, related to the Superbowl.
Preliminary estimates show that approximately $800,000 of the $1.2 million in projected HOT
collections above the $15.78 million FY 2010-11 budget to be attributable to the event.
As noted above, the Irving Convention Center opened January 2011. Further proposed
development of the site will include a convention center hotel and an entertainment venue
featuring and dining outlets. Planning for the entertainment venue has been completed, with $25
million in bonds issued for the design and construction documents. Funding for the
entertainment venue is supported by the 2% occupancy tax and parking and ticket tax dedicated
revenues approved by voters in 2006 under a Brimer election. By state law and the voterapproved resolution, these funds can only be used for entertainment venue related projects.

GOAL 4: SAFE AND SECURE CITY
Key Focus: Public Safety – For the first six months of FY 2010-11, the crime rate has
declined by an additional 12% for an overall decrease of 30% since FY 2006-07. Another
key success has come from aligning Code Enforcement with the Police Department. Working
together, the two departments are able to coordinate efforts in targeted areas, such as Tudor
Lane, where significant reductions in crime are accompanied by improving the appearance and
livability of the area. A key focus for FY 2011-12 will be to decrease crime throughout the
community by providing problem-oriented policing targeting specific areas of concern. Violent
crime will be targeted through the use of disorder operations to provide intensive enforcement in
areas statistically prone to such issues. The crime-free multi-housing program and other
community education efforts will also reduce the potential for violent crime by increasing security
and educating citizens to avoid creating opportunities for crime to occur. The current focus of
the problem solving team is the area surrounding Walnut Hill and Beltline roads. A community
website has been established to provide information to the residents concerning criminal
offenses and safety information.

GOAL 5: DIVERSITY
The city will continue with the Minority/Women Owned Business Enterprise program, which will
include four to five planned workshops in FY 2011-12. These events will be targeted workshops
on aspects of how to do business with the City of Irving and comply with all purchasing and
bidding requirements.

 
Funding in the amount of $120,000 for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is again being
allocated for FY 2011-12. This program is administered through the Chamber of Commerce,
and will promote the community outreach and retention of Hispanic-owned businesses, which
make up 19% of the small businesses within the city. Funding of $164,800 will also be
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maintained for the Sister Cities program. This program is also administered by the Chamber of
Commerce to promote the city and its businesses globally.

GOAL 6: COMMUNICATIONS
Key focus: Communications and Customer Service – A key focus for FY 2011-12 will be to
strengthen the city’s strategies, messages, social media opportunities and outreach initiatives to
residents and stakeholders.
For FY 2011-12, a continued focus will be the expansion of technology to communicate with the
community. Projects include the development of targeted communications programs to inform
residents in a specific area or with specific interest about key information. Opportunities to utilize
social media and enhance the city’s website will be a focal point. City Spectrum and ICTN
programming will also be used to keep residents informed.
Community Outreach will have a focus on building and maintaining partnerships with residents
and strengthening the city’s presence. This also will allow an open exchange of information and
communication with residents, which includes neighborhood association roundtables, Town Hall
Meetings and Speaker’s Bureau.

GOAL 7: CULTURE, RECREATION AND EDUCATION
Following on the success of the Cimarron Aquatics Center, which opened in 2008, and the West
Irving Aquatic Center, which opened in 2010, design will begin on a third state-of-the-art aquatic
center at Senter Park. Neighborhood splash parks replaced two of the obsolete neighborhood
pools which were closed in 2010. For the past two years, the popularity of these new aquatic
facilities has been demonstrated by a ten-fold increase in attendance at the West Irving aquatic
center when compared to the three neighborhood pools’ attendance combined for the preceding
year.
In accordance with the Library Master Plan, new, city-owned libraries were constructed: the
Valley Ranch Branch Library completed in 2008 and the West Irving Library completed in 2011.
These new buildings replaced three smaller storefront branches in leased buildings. These
state-of-the-art facilities incorporate new and innovative technology and services to enhance the
use and functionality of the library. The West Irving Library is also innovative, being designed as
a LEED certified net-zero building, which means that the net energy costs for the building will be
offset with solar and geo-thermal energy to reduce energy costs to zero. Capital funding for the
construction of a new South Irving Library facility is proposed in the current budget.
Construction of the Campion Trails along the Trinity River will continue with an emphasis on
completing the primary trail segments. These trail projects will connect Irving’s trail system with
a regional trail network in adjacent cities, including Grand Prairie, Dallas, and Farmers Branch.
Funding for the trail system is augmented by grants from Dallas County. The Campion Trails will
also connect to the Lake Carolyn Promenade located at the Las Colinas Urban Center.

 
 

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GOAL 8: SOUND GOVERNANCE
Tax Rate, Assessed Value and Fee Changes
Taxable values for Irving, based on the 2011 Certified Tax Roll provided by the Dallas Central
Appraisal District, have declined for the third year in a row to $16,531,748,675. This is a $1.9
billion decline in taxable values from the 2008 valuation of $18.45 billion. For FY 2011-12, the
budget is based on the tax rate of $0.5958 per $100 assessed valuation. This rate is 0.28 cents
below the effective tax rate of $0.5986. The effective tax rate is the rate that would generate the
same amount of tax revenue on existing properties as was levied in the prior year. With the
proposed rate of $0.5958, property tax revenues would be $70,047,812, $453,632 below the
$70.5 million that would be generated by the effective tax rate. Although taxable values have
continued to decline for the third year, the expenditure adjustments and cost savings discussed
above do not require the tax rate to be set to the effective rate in order to balance the budget.
This tax rate is once again the second lowest rate among our 10 benchmark cities.
The Residential component of the
tax roll decreased by $35.6 million or
0.72%. Business Personal Property
increased slightly by $53.8 million or
1.24%. The greatest change to the tax
roll was a decrease in Commercial
taxable value by $395 million or 5.2%.

Tax Year 2011 Ad Valorem Composition
Residential
$4,967,896,123
29%

Commercial
$7,615,442,310
45%

This tax roll represents the impact of
BPP
the recession on the local economy.
$4,325,358,790
Irving did not see a dramatic increase in
26%
residential property values over the
past few years, so there has been no
corresponding decline as the housing
bubble burst in other real estate markets. Commercial values have declined as vacancy rates
for office buildings have increased and lease rates have declined. Since 2008, Commercial
real estate values have declined by $2.45 billion, or almost 24% of their value. Also
affecting commercial values have been the decline in home construction, which has affected
home builders with offices in Irving. With over two thirds of Irving’s property base coming from
real and personal commercial property, Irving is especially sensitive to changes in the business
cycle. Residential values have been fairly stable, with only a slight decline in value when
compared to the large decreases in commercial real estate values. Staff continues to monitor
economic indicators to project future trends.
The Homestead Exemption rate is being continued at 20% for eligible taxpayers within Irving. In
addition, exemptions for disability and for eligible residents over 65 years of age will be
preserved.
Sales Tax collections in FY 2010-11 have increased from the adopted budget and are projected
to be $1.1 million or 3.9% above the FY 2010-11 budget. The primary driver for the increase
was a strong Christmas season increase in collections of approximately $950,000 over
projections followed by several months of collections slightly above the prior year. For FY 201112, sales tax revenue is budgeted at the same amount as the actual receipts for the current year,
resulting in a total budget of $46.2 million.
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Employee Compensation and Benefit Adjustments
The FY 2011-12 budget projects a 10% increase in costs for health insurance. This increase will
be split between the city and the employees with the city paying for 85% of insurance costs while
the employees pay for 15%. In addition to the I WIN fitness benefit, the city has developed a
comprehensive wellness program designed to provide incentives, information, and training to
employees to encourage healthier lifestyles and to give employees greater control over their
health care decisions.
The city’s retiree health insurance program has also been changed to incorporate the I WIN
program. In order to contain the projected increase of costs for retiree health care, staff has
proposed a fixed subsidy for future retirees that can be augmented by fitness annuity credits.
This fixed subsidy increases based on years of service, with employees who work for Irving
longer receiving a higher level of benefit. The plan went into effect January 2011.

GOAL 9: INFRASTRUCTURE
Water and Sewer System
The Water and Sewer System Fund is supported from fees charged for water and sewer
services. Among the 30 cities served by Dallas Water Utilities, Irving continues to have one of
the lowest residential water and sewer costs. Tax revenues are not used to support the utility
function. Funds received from this operation, after expenses, are used to make needed capital
improvements to the system to ensure that the users will be provided with adequate service in
the future. The FY 2011-12 Water and Sewer System Fund estimated revenues of $84.3 million.
The FY 2010-11 year-end revenue estimate is $83 million, a difference of $1.4 million or just
over -1.7%. This amount includes $2.8 million in wholesale water payments from the Upper
Trinity Water District associated with conveyance of water through the Lake Chapman waterline.
Over the last few months, the North Central Texas region has experienced record high
temperatures and rainfall significantly below average. This led to an increase in revenues in
excess of operating costs as well as goals for debt service coverage. Fund balance in excess of
the 90 day operating reserve requirements are transferred to the pay as you go capital program
to finance capital projects and reduce the issuance of revenue bonds for capital funding. The
main priority of the capital program is a critical need to fund the replacement of water and sewer
mains that have exceeded their useful life. Other major capital needs include the Lake
Chapman pipeline booster pump station and pipeline relocations necessary due to the
reconstruction of SH 183, SH 114, and Loop 12 interchange where all three highways meet.
Both of these projects are necessary due to agreements with outside agencies for Irving to
finance its fair share of the projects.
A rate adjustment that is based on water consumption equal to 3% and a sewer rate adjustment
of 3% is proposed for FY 2011-12. Costs for water purchase and treatment from Dallas Water
Utilities is projected to increase by 9%. Sewer treatment costs from TRA are projected to
increase by 2%. Combined, these two increases will add $1.8 million to operating costs for FY
2011-12. A small adjustment is prudent for this year to offset increased operating costs and
avoid larger rate increases in future years.

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Recommended water and sewer rates are based on a twenty year cost of service model that
examines the rate structures necessary to fund operations, ensures adequate debt service
coverage, provides for infrastructure repair and replacement and encourages conservation from
customers. Base monthly rates have been calculated by meter size, and sewer charges are
calculated by dwelling unit for all residential uses.

 
The Lake Chapman project was completed in the summer of 2003. It is fully operational and
provides 85% of the city’s raw water. The remainder of raw water is purchased from the City of
Dallas, which also provides water treatment services to Irving. The city is currently working with
the City of Paris, Texas and the City of Hugo, Oklahoma to obtain additional water resources to
secure Irving’s projected water needs for the next 75 years.
Operating expenditures for FY 2011-12 are $84.35 million, which includes transfers to debt
service in the amount of $21.7 million, as well as transfers to the reserve funds. In FY 2006-07 a
pay-as-you-go capital fund was established to separate pay-as-you-go infrastructure repair and
replacement projects from daily system fund operations. Transfers from operations are
budgeted at $6.5 million for capital projects to replace critical aging infrastructure, help finance
relocations and expansion of water lines, rehabilitate water tanks, and provide security upgrades
to water system facilities.
In the spring of FY 2004-05, the City of Irving and the Trinity River Authority (TRA) finalized an
agreement that will provide rights of water reuse linked to the utilization of water drawn from
Lake Chapman reservoir by City of Irving, and ultimately flowing into the TRA wastewater
treatment facilities. Access to this water resource should provide the City with the total capacity
supply required to meet its long-range projected water supply needs to the year 2060.
Discussions are currently under way with the Trinity River Authority and the City of Dallas to
develop a long-term plan to capture treated wastewater and return it to raw water treatment
facilities to be reused by Irving.

Key Focus: Capital Improvement
Program – In November 2006,
voters approved authorization of
$335 million in General Obligation
bonds for various infrastructure
improvements.
This
funding
supports the reconstruction and
expansion of major thoroughfares;
the construction of new parks,
libraries, and fire stations; and new
programs and facilities such as the
recently completed West Irving
Library, Irving Animal Shelter and the
West Irving Aquatic Center.

GO Bond Sales
In Millions

$40
$32.7
$30

$27.5
$25
$18.7

$20

$19.6

$18.5

$15

$10

$6.6

$0
2005

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2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

In order to complete all authorized projects within ten years, an average of $45 million per year
would need to be issued. Since 2006, the average issuance has been less than half of that
amount. Council and management have limited the size of each year’s capital program to
ensure that the volume of projects was within the capability of staff to manage, and to also not
put an undue debt burden on the tax base. In the last three years, declines in the tax base have
further restricted the size of the debt issuance. Council and management have focused on
funding projects that were the highest priority, had the most impact on the community, and met
the goals and objectives of the Strategic Plan.

 
The Capital Improvement Program for
FY 2011-12 has been developed
based on the Strategic Plan priorities.
The
current
proposed
general
obligation bond sale of $19.6 million
includes funding for the construction of
the South Irving Library, Park land
acquisition, participation in the DART
TRE elevated rail line and the initial
phase of the Public Safety Radio and
Data System replacements.

Capital Improvement Program
FY 2011-12
General CIP
Streets
Parks
Library
Public Safety Radios
Water & Sewer System
Water
Sewer
Municipal Drainage Utility
Total

Debt
Financed
$19,600,000
$1,600,000
$2,800,000
$10,700,000
$4,500,000
$12,200,000
$7,125,000
$5,075,000
$2,600,000
$34,400,000

Cash
Financed
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$8,000,000
$4,750,000
$3,250,000
$300,000
$8,300,000

The
Texas
Department
of
Transportation (TxDOT) has moved
forward with plans to begin the
reconstruction of the State Highway 183, including the interchange at Loop 12 and State
Highway 114. The city will be responsible 10% of the total project cost. City funding will be
allocated to right-of-way acquisitions and utility relocation costs associated with these projects.
Total funding will be significant, potentially exceeding $50 million. The total cost is dependent on
the negotiated price of each parcel and the design and construction costs to move the utility
lines.

Transportation has been a successful endeavor for Irving for quite some time. The 14th annual
Transportation Summit featuring the 4th Annual Global High-Speed Rail Forum is being held in
Irving at the Omni Mandalay Hotel on Aug 9-12. This event brings together key elected and
appointed officials from local, state and federal levels to discuss the challenges associated with
improving mobility in our region and throughout the state. It is also instrumental in developing
the framework for the policies that will shape decision-making on this key issue, locally and
nationally.
Because the summit is well-known and highly regarded both within Texas and at the federal
level, the City Council continues to support this event. The event is staffed by Public Works and
Corporate Communications departments and the Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (ICVB).
Any additional funding required for the summit is provided by the General Fund. Dean
International, with the assistance of a special events coordinator and city departments,
coordinates the summit each year. They also provide additional transportation consulting
services to the city.

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Water and Sewer System projects will be funded from both operating funds and the issuance of
revenue bonds. A key water project will be relocation of the Jameson water supply line, which is
required due to TxDOT highway improvements at the SH 183, SH 114 and Loop 12 interchange
and along Loop 12. Funding is also included to continue to replace aging water and sewer lines
to mitigate pipe breaks, red water from old cast iron pipes and sanitary sewer overflows.
Drainage Utility Bonds will be issued to partially fund reconstruction of Delaware Creek to
increase water volume carried by the channel and reduce the incidence of flooding along
adjacent residential properties. Operating funds will be used for neighborhood and alleyway
drainage improvements.

GOAL 10: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Solid Waste Services
In FY 2009-10, Solid Waste Services was separated from the General Fund and established as
an enterprise fund. In addition to funding operations of both refuse collection and the landfill, the
fund transfers its portion of existing debt service to the General Interest and Sinking Fund and
reimburses the General Fund for indirect costs provided by General Fund departments.

 
Municipal Drainage Utility
The Municipal Drainage Utility (MDU) Fund provides resources for drainage channel
maintenance and construction, environmental education programs, storm water testing,
industrial inspections, erosion control, and dredging and channel stabilization projects.
MDU Fund operations include salaries, benefits, and operating costs for 32 full-time and 3 parttime employees at a cost of just over $3 million. An additional $496,000 is transferred to the
three autonomous flood control districts within the city of Irving to assist with dredging and
channel maintenance projects. The remaining budget is allocated to drainage capital projects for
the city of Irving. In addition to neighborhood drainage projects funded by the drainage fee, $2.6
million in drainage revenue bonds are proposed to be sold in FY 2011-12 to finance major
drainage capital improvements on Delaware Creek. Funding of $700,000 is proposed to
complete levee improvements for Irving Flood Control District #1.
CONCLUSION
This budget represents the sixth year of implementation of the shared vision of the City Council
as defined in the Strategic Plan and refined by the council’s key focus areas. The development
of this budget has not been without difficulty and compromise due to the current economic
climate, but it represents a balance between judicious expenditure reductions, deferment of
some capital and maintenance programs and prudent adjustment of revenues in order to
continue to provide an exceptional level of service to all Irving residents and compensation and
benefits necessary to retain and hire quality municipal employees.

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In closing, I would like to express my appreciation to the City Council, directors, managers, and
the Budget staff and Performance Team. Most importantly, I want to thank the hard working
employees on our team that collect refuse, enforce our laws, protect lives and property,
extinguish fires, respond to emergencies, provide recreational, arts, and cultural services, and all
our staff that interact with our residents daily to deliver exceptional service. Everyone has
worked hard to develop the Strategic Plan and has worked diligently to incorporate the priorities
and goals identified by the strategic planning process into the development of the proposed
budget.

Tommy Gonzalez
City Manager

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APPROPRIATION
SCHEDULES

1

2

FY 2010-2011
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
2009-2010

Full
Time
General Fund.
Mayor and Council
City Secretary
City Manager
Police
Fire
Parks and Recreation
Financial Services ( 1 )
Strategic Services ( 2 )
Planning and Inspection
Strategic Resources ( 3 )
Performance Office ( 4 )
Municipal Court
Library Services
City Attorney
Animal Services
Capital Improvement Projects
Public Works
Information Technology
Corporate Communications
Code Enforcement
Public Works Admin
Economic Development
Total General Fund.
Water and Sewer System Fund.
Customer Services
Parks and Recreation
Financial Services
Strategic Services
Information Technology
Water Utilities
Total Water and Sewer System Fund.
Municipal Drainage Utility Fund
Solid Waste Services
Planning and Inspections
Code Enforcement
Parks and Recreation
Capital Improvement Project
Public Works
Corporate Communications
Public Works Admin
Water Utilities
Municipal Drainage Utility Fund
Garage Fund
Housing and Human Services
Criminal Justice Grant Fund
MMRS Grant
Red Light Camera Grant Fund
Municipal Court Building Security Fees Fund
Solid Waste Services Enterprise Fund
Recreation Center Funds
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
Irving Arts Center
Historic Preservation Fund
Museum Fund
Total Other Funds.
TOTAL

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Part
Time

2010-2011

Total

Full
Time

Part
Time

2011-12

Total

Full
Time

Part
Time

Total

0
12
5
506
317
142
19
0
28
22
0
40
68
17
15
73
102
38
26
37
21
9
1,497

0
0
0
76
1
203
1
0
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
1
8
1
0
1
338

0
12
5
582
318
345
20
0
28
22
0
40
114
17
15
73
102
39
34
38
21
10
1,835

0
11
5
506
317
143
31
6
27
0
8
40
67
17
15
73
101
38
22
33
23
9
1,492

0
0
0
76
1
165
1
0
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
1
8
1
0
1
300

0
11
5
582
318
308
32
6
27
0
8
40
113
17
15
73
101
39
30
34
23
10
1,792

0
11
4
506
317
131
27
9
30
0
9
40
67
17
15
79
86
42
18
34
25
6
1,473

0
0
0
76
1
165
1
1
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
2
6
1
0
0
299

0
11
4
582
318
296
28
10
30
0
9
40
113
17
15
79
86
44
24
35
25
6
1,772

28
2
2

5
0
0

33
2
2

28
1
2

5
0
0

33
1
2

3
126
161

0
3
8

3
129
169

3
123
157

0
3
8

3
126
165

28
1
0
1
2
123
155

5
0
0
0
0
0
5

33
1
0
1
2
123
160

0
1
0
12
17
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
12
17
0
1

0
1
0
12
17
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
12
17
0
1

2
33

3
3

5
36

2
33

3
3

5
36

0
1
1
12
7
15
0
1
2
39

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3

0
1
1
12
7
15
0
1
5
42

19
13
1
1
1
1
84
0
26
20
0
2
168

0
0
0
0
0
0
6
35
20
30
0
1
92

19
13
1
1
1
1
90
35
46
50
0
3
260

19
13
1
1
1
1
83
0
26
19
0
2
166

0
0
0
0
0
0
6
41
20
30
0
1
98

19
13
1
1
1
1
89
41
46
49
0
3
264

19
13
1
1
1
1
83
0
26
19
0
2
166

0
0
0
0
0
0
6
41
20
30
0
1
98

19
13
1
1
1
1
89
41
46
49
0
3
264

1,859

441

2,300

1,848

409

2,257

1,833

405

2,238

Financial Services received Budget & Compensation and Risk Management & Benefits functions from Strategic Resources
Management Operations is now Strategic Services
Strategic Resources is split with functions merged into Financial Services, Management Operations and Performance Team
Performance Office created from Strategic Resources

3

4

City of Irving Texas
General Fund Proposed Budget Projection
As of August 5, 2011
2009-10
Actual

2010-11
Budget

2010-11
Estimate

2011-12
Proposed

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$25,492,575

$25,079,779

16,716,503

$17,601,701

General Fund (1001)
Revenues
Ad Valorem
Sales Tax
Franchise Fees
Zoning and Development
Fees and Permits
Fines and Other Charges
Recreation
Cost Reimbursement
Sale of Goods
Use of City Facilities
Miscellaneous
Transfers from Other Funds
Total Revenues

66,525,550
44,365,825
19,052,704
1,619,422
6,079,391
9,095,673
538,591
1,606,834
535,143
242,895
916,683
11,447,128
$162,026,086

70,226,475
44,615,000
21,212,950
2,055,933
6,574,060
9,769,800
577,100
1,801,242
347,450
288,387
1,783,752
10,252,327
$169,504,476

69,916,662
46,182,244
20,177,015
2,157,329
5,666,445
9,133,500
548,090
1,651,590
608,700
288,387
1,030,501
13,022,893
$170,383,356

70,622,812
46,199,147
19,903,240
2,269,055
6,278,590
9,395,450
616,000
1,732,634
343,000
301,902
1,361,849
8,845,545
167,869,223

Total Funds Available

$187,518,662

$194,584,255

$187,099,859

$185,470,924

2,483,483

2,372,188

2,549,669

2,577,377

2,067,894

2,111,203

854,613

1,106,699

690,598

49,047,936
32,646,402
2,866,027
1,498,681

48,421,986
33,680,686
2,645,667
1,473,801

48,102,015
33,547,082
2,348,155
1,393,346

2,551,356

2,066,762

2,015,995

12,411,577
6,264,757

11,576,662
6,004,818

11,477,553
5,985,521

201,632
981,346
755,896
3,249,562
839,202
22,452,728
925,455
2,040,682

157,982
768,713
808,874
2,873,627
611,972
28,549,244
870,339
1,799,070

196,554
843,534
569,261
2,632,718
1,161,763
26,700,082
1,036,066
1,876,537

6,732,717
7,755,725
7,725,124
2,335,949

5,728,077
6,659,031
7,512,532
1,741,534

6,069,945
7,059,121
7,301,522
2,200,983

$169,198,226

$169,498,158

$167,869,223

$306,249

$885,198

$0

$25,386,028

$17,601,701

$17,601,702

Expenditures
Goal 1 - Land Use
Planning and Inspections
2,461,962
Goal 2 - Vibrant Neighborhoods
Code Enforcement
2,565,590
Housing & Human Services
Goal 3 - Economic Development
Economic Development
918,616
Goal 4 - Public Safety
Police
49,986,086
Fire
34,090,035
Municipal Court Services
2,619,034
Animal Services
1,257,716
Goal 6 - Effective Communucations
Corporate Communications
2,711,095
Goal 7 - Culture, Recreation, and Education
Parks and Recreation
12,331,396
Library Services
6,314,224
Goal 8 - Sound Governance
Mayor and Council
165,221
City Secretary's Office
899,873
City Manager's Office
820,013
Financial Services
3,179,599
Strategic Services
372,556
Non-Departmental
23,769,298
Performance Team
1,002,924
City Attorney's Office
1,956,496
Goal 9 - Infrastructure
Capital Improvement Program
6,567,493
Transportation
7,729,080
Information Technology
6,885,324
Intergovernmental Services
2,198,528
General Fund (1001)
Total Expenditures
$170,802,159
Net Change in Fund Balance

($8,776,072)

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$16,716,503
5

CITY OF IRVING

Water and Sewer System Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

23,170,330

$

16,796,516

$

22,485,566

$

26,361,798

$

45,111,645
220,016

$

46,221,479
250,000

$

50,165,580
143,294

$

53,959,267
150,000

$

45,331,661

$

46,471,479

$

50,308,874

$

54,109,267

$

23,565,981
1,010,826
58,184

$

29,225,281
1,300,000
25,000

$

25,243,409
1,136,712
23,070

$

25,062,105
1,300,000
25,000

$

24,634,991

$

30,550,281

$

26,403,191

$

26,387,105

$

1,926,223
138,334
2,130

$

2,075,000
120,000
3,000

$

1,974,707
181,258
1,118

$

2,000,000
180,000
3,000

$

2,066,687

$

2,198,000

$

2,157,083

$

2,183,000

$

14,340
498,878
17,923
11,825
56,963
23,473
2,916,275

$

15,000
700,000
15,000
750,000
23,581
3,405,540

$

17,653
1,228,216
9,685
26,070
23,473
2,779,206

$

15,000
300,000
15,000
57,382
23,581
20,000
2,905,540

$

3,539,677

$

4,909,121

$

4,084,303

$

3,336,503

Total Revenues

$

75,573,016

$

84,128,881

$

82,953,451

$

86,015,875

Total Funds Available

$

98,743,346

$

100,925,397

$

105,439,017

$

112,377,673

$

7,792,598
2,466,065
1,253,965
418,624
1,356,614
4,065,513
1,217,531
(960,386)
3,046,357
8,843,707
14,001,895
6,862,946
4,669,103
19,615,708
1,607,540

$

8,212,070
2,723,994
2,037,365
993,361
1,552,606
5,099,975
1,665,115
612,455
2,156,876
8,403,174
14,664,000
7,380,756
4,560,915
19,615,708
2,411,566
2,107,850

$

6,549,501
2,828,765
1,121,521
372,100
1,353,368
3,815,292
645,250
2,851,606
2,433,789
6,964,288
13,577,983
8,806,630
4,560,915
19,615,708
2,411,566
1,168,938

$

8,069,295
2,756,911
1,880,785
1,005,000
1,598,213
5,225,298
1,992,140
585,125
2,500,000
9,231,782
14,900,000
9,263,946
4,958,522
21,725,758
323,100

Expenditures

$

76,257,779

$

84,197,785

$

79,077,220

$

86,015,875

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

22,485,566

$

16,727,612

$

26,361,798

$

26,361,798

Net Impact on Fund Balance

$

$

3,876,231

$

0

Revenues
Water
Water Sales
Connections
Sewer
Sewer Sales
Sewer Surcharge
Connections
Penalties and Fees
Penalties on Service
Reconnect Fees
Sewer Inspection
Miscellaneous
Waste Hauler Permits
Miscellaneous
Transfer from Lake Chapman
Return Check Fees
Interest on Investments
Sulphur Springs Reimbursement
Backflow Testing Fee
Lake Chapman Transportation Fee

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Water Purchase
Water Treatment
Sewer Treatment
Transfers - Other
Transfers - General Fund
Transfers - Debt Service
Coverage Reserve
Capital

(684,764)

$

6

(68,904)

CITY OF IRVING

Garage Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,713,605

$

1,587,209

$

1,455,649

$

1,277,815

$

4,666,024
682,200
56,406
121,226
328,319
2,724
398
677
155,000
4,087
-

$

3,899,298
870,596
81,773
168,744
1,660,995
1,358
560
5,377
4,000
-

$

4,572,961
793,871
70,041
106,459
1,161,937
1,358
560
3,000
4,000
757

$

4,819,474
874,650
106,665
173,136
1,446,250
2,500
1,200
5,000
4,000
-

Total Revenues

$

6,017,061

$

6,692,701

$

6,714,944

$

7,432,875

Total Funds Available

$

7,730,666

$

8,279,910

$

8,170,593

$

8,710,690

$

870,581
315,951
49,577
4,585,761
70,300

$

931,352
375,579
61,370
5,169,655
95,409

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

795,850
313,339
47,872
5,583,410
92,333
15,870
23,503
10,000
10,601
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

922,570
356,369
47,440
6,393,063
166,942
20,100
58,120
5,435
10,601
-

Revenues
General Fund Maintenance
System Fund Maintenance
Garage Fund Maintenance
Municipal Drainage Utility Maintenance
Solid Waste Services Maintenance
ICVB Maintenance
Irving Arts Center Maintenance
HHS Maintenance
Transfer from General
Interest Income
Miscellaneous Revenue

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Parts and Outside Work
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers
Other Capital

200,061
17,601
165,185

48,735
10,601
-

Total Expenditures

$

6,275,018

$

6,692,701

$

6,892,778

$

7,980,640

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

1,455,649

$

1,587,209

$

1,277,815

$

730,050

Fund Description:

This internal service fund owns and operates the City's fleet of rolling stock. The fund is designed
to break even in its revenue from user funds and expenditures to maintain the fleet. Transfers from
other funds are for maintenance of current vehicles and the purchase of new, non replacement,
vehicles.

7

CITY OF IRVING

Municipal Drainage Utility Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
BUDGET

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 2,955,046

$

2,428,214

$ 2,826,955

$ 1,915,901

Revenues
Drainage Fees
Interest on Investments

$ 5,209,431
10,986

$

4,726,000
20,000

$ 4,926,000
10,000

$ 5,200,000
5,000

Total Revenues

$ 5,220,417

$

4,746,000

$ 4,936,000

$ 5,205,000

Total Funds Available

$ 8,175,463

$

7,174,214

$ 7,762,955

$ 7,120,901

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers
Building and Structures
Other Capital

$ 1,871,513
584,828
35,333
1,357,112
140,572
256,649
5,416
395,330
654,435
47,320

$

1,617,167
593,298
82,025
494,000
171,264
397,409
16,965
449,136
1,062,118
-

$ 1,769,705
625,522
50,950
494,000
141,731
299,045
16,965
449,136
2,000,000
-

$ 1,850,210
552,170
62,515
1,266,000
175,656
393,993
12,915
656,628
-

Total Expenditures

$ 5,348,508

$

4,883,382

$ 5,847,054

$ 4,970,087

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$ 2,826,955

$

2,290,832

$ 1,915,901

$ 2,150,814

8

CITY OF IRVING

Solid Waste Services Enterprise Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Balance 10-01

2010-11
BUDGET

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2010-12
PROPOSED

$

586,203

$

1,351,038

$

76,097

$

60,095

$

$

$

8,366,787
1,496,000
168,000
150,000
400,000
36,000
50,000
10,666,787

$

$

8,366,787
1,496,000
168,000
150,000
380,000
36,000
50,000
10,646,787

$

$

8,676,063
1,175,900
136,220
47,501
430,204
1,161
15,992
10,483,041

$

8,350,000
1,570,800
135,000
47,500
378,000
82,000
150,000
10,713,300

Total Revenues

$

10,483,041

$

10,646,787

$

10,666,787

$

10,713,300

Total Funds Available

$

11,069,244

$

11,997,825

$

10,742,884

$

10,773,395

$

3,392,701
1,227,967
39,035
1,536,354
14,760
584,390
6,996
6,802,203

$

3,367,573
1,281,828
99,734
1,728,591
17,950
731,512
244,540
7,471,729

$

3,128,349
1,276,762
31,675
1,377,894
15,000
561,100
240,699
6,631,479

$

3,336,616
1,343,806
74,040
1,130,604
2,500
742,000
256,097
6,885,663

$

$

959,893
47,911
226,283
2,956,857
4,190,944

Total Expenditures

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

Revenues
Operating Revenues
Sanitation
Landfill Capacity - Sale
Landfill -Tipping Fees
Roll Off Collections
Energy Surcharge Recovery
Recycling Revenue
Sale of Scrap Iron
Total Operating Revenues

Expenditures
Operating Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Structure Maintenance
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Total Operating Expenditures
Non-Operating Expenditures
Transfer to General Interest & Sinking
Transfer to Computer Replacement
Transfer to Equipment Replacement
Cost Allocation - Transfer to General
Total Non-Operating Expenditures

$

$

$

$

$

$

927,116
47,911
376,283
2,900,000
4,251,310

10,993,147

$

76,097

$

$

$

$

927,116
47,911
376,283
2,700,000
4,051,310

$

896,452
23,956
226,283
2,500,000
3,646,691

11,723,039

$

10,682,789

$

10,532,353

274,786

$

60,095

$

241,042

Fund Description:
Solid Wastes Services Enterprise Fund functions include administration of solid waste collection and disposal
services including residential waste collections, curbside recycling, brush and bulky waste collections, special
waste collections and operation of a municipal solid waste landfill.

9

ICVB, Arts Center, and Other Associated Funds
2011 ‐ 2012
Budget Summary
Irving Convention and Visitor's Bureau
Beginning
Fund Balance

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Fund Balance

2201 ‐ General Fund

$3,644,172

$5,257,035

$8,901,207

$5,909,700

$2,991,507

2202 ‐ Reserve Fund

$657,233

$175,960

$833,193

$0

$833,193

2203 ‐ Computer Replacement Fund

$305,094

$150

$305,244

$16,300

$288,944

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Total Unallocated Reserve

$4,113,644

2204 ‐ Building Fund

Irving Arts Center
Beginning
Fund Balance
2310 ‐ General Fund
2320 ‐ Arts Center Fund
2340 ‐ Computer Replacement Fund
2360 ‐ Building Acquisition Fund
2330 ‐ Theater Reserve Fund
2350 ‐ Theater Equipment Replacement fund
2370 ‐ Genghis Khan Fund

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Fund Balance

$52,613

$3,671,576

$3,724,189

$3,417,253

$306,936

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$139,720

$159

$139,879

$0

$139,879

$43,790

$21

$43,811

$43,000

$811

$717,323

$1,710,592

$2,427,915

$1,729,489

$698,426

$15,830

$10

$15,840

$15,000

$840

$189,034

$72

$189,106

$145,482

$43,624

Total Unallocated Reserve

$1,190,516

Other Associated Funds
Beginning
Fund Balance
2026 ‐ Main Street and Events Fund

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Fund Balance

$629,313

$126,071

$755,384

$85,456

$669,928

$11,111,416

$3,683,032

$14,794,448

$3,582,832

$11,211,616

2061 ‐ Entertainment Venue Fund

$355,177

$3,690,832

$4,046,009

$1,299,563

$2,746,446

2065 ‐ Heritage and Museum Fund

$2,763,319

$239,177

$3,002,496

$289,982

$2,712,514

$47,651

$5,400

$53,051

$1,350

$51,701

$2,511,476

$1,337,235

$3,848,711

$1,299,563

$2,549,148

$193,332

$7,072,865

$7,266,197

$7,072,365

$193,832

$11,116,022

$20,000

$11,136,022

$0

$11,136,022

Total Unallocated Reserve

$31,271,207

2060 ‐ Convention Center Complex Fund

2073 ‐ Museum Operating Fund
3016 ‐ Entertainment Venue Debt Service Fund
3301 ‐ Hotel Occupancy Tax Interest & Sinking Fund
3302 ‐ Hotel Occupancy Tax Reserve Fund

10

Grant Funds
FY 2011‐12
Budget Summary

Beginning
Balance

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Balance

201011 Community Development Block Grant

$      1,303,701

$      2,106,421

$      3,410,122

$      2,106,421

$      1,303,701

202011 Home Investment Partnerships Grant

$               3,554

$          948,139

$          951,693

$          948,139

$               3,554

203011 Emergency Shelter Grant

$               4,989

$            99,590

$          104,579

$            99,590

$               4,989

2040

Criminal Justice Grant

$                       1

$                   ‐

$                       1

$                   ‐

$                       1

2070

TX Highway Safety Grant

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

2071

Local Law Enforcement Block Grant

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

2072

Miscellaneous Grants

$          419,551

$                   ‐

$          419,551

$                   ‐

$          419,551

2074

Transportation Grant

$                     76

$                   ‐

$                     76

$                   ‐

$                     76

2075

Library Grant

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

2076

Emergency Management Grant

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

$                   ‐

2077

Donations

$            65,579

$                   ‐

$            65,579

$                   ‐

$            65,579

Fund

Total Unallocated Reserve

11

$      1,797,451

Equipment Replacement Funds
FY 2011‐12
Budget Summary

Beginning
Balance

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Balance

6604 Equipment Replacement Fund

$    12,901,178

$      2,353,664

$    15,254,842

$      2,353,664

$    12,901,178

6036 Computer Replacement Fund

$      3,419,892

$          173,510

$      3,593,402

$      1,250,000

$      2,343,402

Total Unallocated Reserve

$    15,244,580

Fund

12

Other Funds
FY 2011‐12
Budget Summary
Beginning
Balance

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Balance

3014 General Interest & Sinking Fund

$      5,784,586

$ 27,653,960

$ 33,438,546

$  27,653,960

$    5,784,586

5417 New Lien Water/Sewer Interest & Sinking Fund

$      2,398,057

$ 22,761,079

$ 25,159,136

$  22,730,108

$    2,429,028

5418 New Lien Water/Sewer Reserve Fund

$      6,295,493

$         25,000

$    6,320,493

$               ‐

$    6,320,493

5419 Water and Sewer Reserve Fund

$           12,192

$               ‐

$         12,192

$               ‐

$          12,192

5420 Water and Sewer Contingency Fund

$         201,680

$              800

$       202,480

$               ‐

$       202,480

5423 Water Resources Development Fund

$         654,657

$       850,300

$    1,504,957

$       850,000

$       654,957

5425 Lake Chapman Fund

$                700

$               ‐

$               700

$               ‐

$               700

5426 Lake Chapman Reserve Fund

$         646,050

$           1,500

$       647,550

$               ‐

$       647,550

5045 MDU Interest & Sinking Fund

$         228,301

$       210,922

$       439,223

$       210,359

$       228,864

6727 Flexible Spending Fund

$           16,759

$       687,500

$       704,259

$       690,565

$          13,694

6033 Compensated Absences Fund

$           11,302

$       900,000

$       911,302

$       900,000

$          11,302

6737 Health Self‐Insurance Fund

$      4,352,340

$ 22,599,073

$ 26,951,413

$  23,037,920

$    3,913,493

6742 Health Insurance Legal Reserve Fund

$         375,341

$              500

$       375,841

$               500

$       375,341

6746 Health Insurance Claims Reserve Fund

$         666,043

$              450

$       666,493

$               450

$       666,043

6748 Voluntary Employees' Beneficiary Association  Fund

$         794,967

$           1,416

$       796,383

$       126,500

$       669,883

6750 Self Insurance Casualty

$      5,822,628

$    4,423,719

$ 10,246,347

$    4,225,662

$    6,020,685

7054 Supplemental Benefit Plan Fund

$    39,964,398

$    3,598,201

$ 43,562,599

$    4,370,012

$  39,192,587

2052 Seized Narcotics Fund

$      1,404,971

$       247,000

$    1,651,971

$       363,665

$    1,288,306

2046 Municipal Court Technology Fees Fund

$         737,456

$       198,030

$       935,486

$       637,039

$       298,447

2053 Municipal Court Bldg Security Fees Fund

$         150,408

$       146,745

$       297,153

$       115,833

$       181,320

2054 Municipal Court Time Payment Fees Fund

$           48,724

$         26,411

$         75,135

$         41,731

$          33,404

1020 Economic Development Fund

$    11,746,550

$    5,101,301

$ 16,847,851

$    2,277,300

$  14,570,551

1051 Park Donation Fund

$           36,203

$           9,000

$         45,203

$               ‐

$          45,203

1052 Cimarron Recreation Center Fund

$           62,718

$       207,409

$       270,127

$       236,694

$          33,433

1053 Lee Park Recreation Center Fund

$           91,169

$       123,430

$       214,599

$       127,824

$          86,775

1054 Heritage Senior Center Fund

$           41,885

$       190,150

$       232,035

$       229,473

$            2,562

Fund

13

Other Funds
FY 2011‐12
Budget Summary
Beginning
Balance

Total
Revenues

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Balance

1055 Mustang Park Recreation Center Fund

$         183,156

$       166,120

$       349,276

$       150,748

$       198,528

1056 Northwest Park Recreation Center Fund

$         122,567

$       135,500

$       258,067

$       132,414

$       125,653

1057 Senter Park Recreation Center Fund

$           91,851

$       125,650

$       217,501

$       127,868

$          89,633

1058 West Park Recreation Center Fund

$           54,706

$       100,120

$       154,826

$       108,499

$          46,327

1066 Six Sigma Savings Fund

$      1,675,000

$               ‐

$    1,675,000

$       750,000

$       925,000

2049 Tax Increment Financing District #2 Fund

$                 ‐

$         20,000

$         20,000

$               ‐

$          20,000

2050 Tax Increment Financing District Fund

$           93,465

$    7,332,310

$    7,425,775

$    7,183,029

$       242,746

2051 TIF Project Fund

$      1,405,044

$       734,930

$    2,139,974

$               ‐

$    2,139,974

2079 Red Light Camera Enforcement Fund

$      2,206,758

$    1,501,010

$    3,707,768

$    1,284,798

$    2,422,970

Total Unallocated Reserve

$  89,894,710

Fund

14

Capital Improvement Funds
FY 2011‐12
Budget Summary
Fund

Beginning
Balance

Bond
Proceeds

Other
Revenue

Total Funds
Available

Total
Expenditures

Ending
Balance

4001 General Fund Non‐Bond CIP

$          449,624

$                    ‐

$      3,946,238

$        4,395,862

$        3,820,542

$          575,320

4002 Convention Center Bond Fund

$          329,370

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$            329,370

$                    ‐

$          329,370

4003 Texas Stadium Project Fund

$     11,517,094

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$      11,517,094

$      11,517,094

$                   ‐

4004 Entertainment Venue Bond Fund

$       2,322,403

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$        2,322,403

$        2,322,403

$                   ‐

4005 Street Improvement Bond Fund

$          299,184

$        1,600,000

$            70,000

$        1,969,184

$        1,600,000

$          369,184

4006 Storm Sewer Bond Fund

$          182,897

$                    ‐

$              3,500

$            186,397

$                    ‐

$          186,397

4007 Park Improvement Bond Fund

$             93,595

$        2,800,000

$            10,000

$        2,903,595

$        2,800,000

$          103,595

4008 Fire Station Bond Fund

$             29,608

$                    ‐

$                 700

$              30,308

$                    ‐

$             30,308

4010 Library Bond Fund

$          895,131

$      10,700,000

$                  ‐

$      11,595,131

$      10,700,000

$          895,131

5411 Water Improvement Bond Fund

$       3,164,348

$        7,125,000

$            20,000

$      10,309,348

$        7,125,000

$       3,184,348

5412 Sanitary Sewer Bond Fund

$          196,192

$        5,075,000

$            10,000

$        5,281,192

$        5,075,000

$          206,192

5422 Water & Sewer Non‐Bond CIP Fund

$       1,528,358

$                    ‐

$      8,000,000

$        9,528,358

$        8,000,000

$       1,528,358

4016 Criminal Justice Bond Fund

$               8,725

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                8,725

$                    ‐

$               8,725

4018 Landfill Bond Fund

$                   ‐

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                    ‐

$                    ‐

$                   ‐

4030 City Building Improvement Bond Fund

$          440,490

$                    ‐

$              5,000

$            445,490

$                    ‐

$          445,490

5544 Texas Stadium Rental #1 Fund

$             35,082

$                    ‐

$      1,791,561

$        1,826,643

$        1,770,000

$             56,643

4064 DART Fund

$                   ‐

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                    ‐

$                    ‐

$                   ‐

4065 Radio Communications System Bond

$             52,062

$        4,500,000

$                  ‐

$        4,552,062

$        4,500,000

$             52,062

4068 Animal Shelter Bond Fund

$                   ‐

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                    ‐

$                    ‐

$                   ‐

4069 Infrastructure Fund

$             44,505

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$              44,505

$                    ‐

$             44,505

4070 Gateway Development Bond Fund

$                   ‐

$                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                    ‐

$                    ‐

$                   ‐

5042 MDU Bond Fund

$          128,924

$        2,600,000

$                  ‐

$        2,728,924

$        2,600,000

$          128,924

5042 MDU Non‐Bond CIP Fund

$       1,863,308

$                    ‐

$         300,000

$        2,163,308

$        2,163,308

$                   ‐

Total Unallocated Reserve

15

$       8,144,552

16

REVENUE
SCHEDULES

17

18

19

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$80,000,000
$70,000,000
$60 000 000
$60,000,000
$50,000,000
$40,000,000
$30,000,000
$20,000,000
$10,000,000

49,399,111
51,822,464
54,359,548
55,900,318
56,041,237
65,014,653
69,971,804
73,516,214
66,525,550
69,916,662
70,622,812

Ad Valorem
Tax

Ad Valorem Tax

*Note: Sales Tax includes Bingo Tax

2001-02 Actual
2002-03 Actual
2003-04 Actual
2004-05 Actual
2005-06 Actual
2006-07 Actual
2007-08 Actual
2008-09 Actual
2009-10 Actual
2010-11 Estimated
2011-12 Proposed

Fiscal
Year
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Sales Tax

38,078,732
36,952,565
38,589,183
41,821,017
45,864,719
46,895,958
50,650,480
47,389,976
44,365,825
46,182,244
46,199,147

Sales
Tax
16,323,375
15,457,515
15,380,573
15,732,787
16,941,227
16,854,840
18,925,779
26,705,535
19,052,704
20,177,015
19,903,240

Franchise Fees

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Franchise
Fees

General Fund Major Revenue Sources by Major Category

20

$8,000,000,000

$10,000,000,000

$12,000,000,000

$14,000,000,000

$16,000,000,000

$18,000,000,000

$20,000,000,000

Taxable Value
Commercial
BPP
Residential

Tax Rate
$
$
$

$

$
Tax Rate
Estimated Tax Levy
Collection Allowance
Current Collections

70,047,812 O&M
26,478,585 Interest and Sinking
96,526,397

Certified
2010-11
16,531,748,675
0.5958
98,496,324
98%
96,526,397

Assessed Property Valuation History

$0.4324
$0.1634
$0.0000 $0.5958

Tax Year
2010
7,220,280,519
4,379,200,039
4,932,268,117
16,531,748,675

.5958 Tax Rate 2011-12 Ad Valorem Revenue Projections

21

0.4057

2009

0.1634

0.1609

0.1593

0.1349

0.1334

0.1275

0.1450

0.1436

0.1431

0.1370

City of Irving
Debt Service
Fund

0.5958

0.5761

0.5406

0.5406

0.5406

0.5479

0.5479

0.5479

0.5328

0.4980

Total

1.4650

1.4650

1.4250

1.3910

1.3485

1.6440

1.8140

1.8370

1.8150

1.7706

Irving
School
District

0.6233

0.6233

0.6022

0.5764

0.5630

0.5539

0.5548

0.5437

0.5412

0.5155

Dallas
County (1)

2.68

2.66

2.57

2.51

2.45

2.75

2.92

2.93

2.89

2.78

Total

(1): Dallas County rates include all jurisdictions for which ad valorem taxes are applicable to the entire City. The taxes included are: Dallas County, Dallas
County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District and School Equalization. These rates have been presented using the assessment ratio
applied by the City of Irving in each respective year. Certain jurisdictions have been omitted for which immaterial amounts of taxing authority are
applicable to the City.

Sources: Dallas Central Appraisal District

0.4324

0.4072

2008

2012 Proposed

0.4204

2007

0.4152

0.4029

2006

2011

0.4043

2005

0.3813

0.3897

2004

2010

0.3610

General
Fund

2003

Fiscal
Year

CITY OF IRVING, TEXAS
Property Tax Rates – Direct and Overlapping (Per $100 of Assessed Value)
Last Ten Fiscal Years (Unaudited)

22

702,349

221,762
189,844
160,137
130,606

1,681,312

(67,272)

(60,947)
(27,163)
20,838
0

Prepared by Shannon Phillips, Budget Coordinator

Actual amounts are shown "net" of payment to Comptroller for prior overpayments

30,660,605 44,599,744

504,471

Total Liquor Tax

Total Sales &
Liquor Tax

160,815
162,681
180,974
0

1,748,585

Total Sales Tax 30,156,134 43,897,395

LIQUOR TAX
Quarter Ended
December
March
June
September

0

0 10,988,178

76,546

Quarterly total 6,584,443 11,009,564

Quarterly total

175,429

Quarterly total 11,197,368 11,021,939

Difference
Amount

1,496,610

2009-10
Actual

Quarterly total 12,374,324 10,877,714

SALES TAX

2010-11
Actual
YTD %

0.00%

0.00%

0

-27.48% -27.48%
-14.31% -21.41%
13.01% -11.77%
0.00% 0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

1.59%

13.76%

Monthly
%

Current Over Prior Year

45,329,732

714,732

161,193
185,473
192,200
175,865

44,615,000

11,056,441

11,264,000

10,822,888

11,471,670

2010-11 Adopted
Budget

1,093,989

(34,396)

(378)
(22,792)
(11,226)
0

1,128,385

0

(148,748)

374,479

902,654

Difference
Amount

0.00%

0.00%

-0.23%
-12.29%
-5.84%
0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

3.46%

7.87%

Monthly
%

Current over Adopted Budget

City of Irving
Sales Tax Revenue
10-11 Actual Compared to Prior Year, Adopted Budget and Adjusted Budget

0

-0.23%
-6.68%
-6.38%
0.00%

YTD %

45,329,732

714,732

161,193
185,473
192,200
175,865

44,615,000

11,056,441

11,264,000

10,822,888

11,471,670

2010-11
Estimate

1,093,989

(34,396)

(378)
(22,792)
(11,226)
0

1,128,385

0

(148,748)

374,479

902,654

Difference
Amount

0.00%

0.00%

-0.23%
-12.29%
-5.84%
0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

3.46%

7.87%

Monthly
%

Current over Latest Estimate

0

-0.23%
-6.68%
-6.38%
0.00%

YTD %

23

$30,000,000 

$35,000,000 

$40,000,000 

$45,000,000 

$50,000,000 

1999‐00

2001‐02

2002‐03

2003‐04

2004‐05

2005‐06

2006‐07

2007‐08

$46,895,958 
$45,744,719 

$41,821,017 
$38,654,756 

$36 952 565
$36,952,565 

$42,115,901 

$45,003,453 

2000‐01

$45,155,341 

2008‐09

2009‐10

$44,310,554
$44,310,554 

$47,389,976 

$50,650,480 

Sales and Use Tax Collection History
Sales and Use Tax Collection History

2010‐11 
Est.

2011‐12 
Prop.

$46,137,244 

$46,154,147 

24

-15.00%

-10.00%

-5.00%

0.00%

5.00%

10.00%

15.00%

7.52%

-12.26%

9.38%

Sales Tax Percent Change

-6.44%

4.09%

25

$

$

FY 2008-09

FY 2009-10

186,595,543

175,867,521

182,132,386

228,823,416

229,655,001

203,463,263

172,385,499

163,943,834

152,828,500

154,772,657
10,697,995

15,828,077

$

5,024,772

1,174,371
1,271,443
1,310,098
1,241,642
4,997,554

ICVB
57.00%

5,012,224

5,190,773

6,521,467

6,545,168

5,798,703

Amount Received
Allocation of 5% Tax:

$

ICVB
57.00%

215,024

$

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

233,244

87,934

91,066

114,412

114,828

254,329

220,385

204,933

191,036

193,466

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

93,298

219,834

227,665

286,029

287,069

254,329

88,154

892,112

76,414

77,387

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

3,772

22,392
27,150
22,984
21,783
94,309

3,507

20,603
22,306
22,984
21,783
87,676

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

9,431

55,979
67,874
57,460
54,458
235,772

8,768

51,508
55,765
57,460
54,458
219,191

5% of Hotel Occupancy Tax
IAC
Downtown
Museum
39.50%
1.00%
2.50%

123,888

727,467
915,415
750,875
703,436
3,097,192

113,409

656,819
724,088
750,875
703,436
2,835,217

5% of Hotel Occupancy Tax
IAC
Downtown
Museum
39.50%
1.00%
2.50%

2,845,384

2,969,115

4,519,262

4,535,686

4,018,399

3,482,079

3,237,950

3,018,363

3,056,760

3,685,262

5% of Hotel Occupancy Tax
IAC
Downtown
Museum
39.50%
1.00%
2.50%

FY 2011-12 Administrative Cost Reimbursement

$

209,921

$

120,352

$

3,683

$

9,207

-

628,000

628,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

157,000
157,000
157,000
157,000
628,000

157,000
157,000
157,000
157,000
628,000

157,000
157,000
157,000
157,000
628,000

Debt Service

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

Debt Service

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Debt Service

PROPOSED 2011-12: Last Four Quarters Actual (09-10 3rd & 4th Quarters; 10-11 1st Quarter & 2nd Quarter Adjusted for Super Bowl Effect)
1st Quarter
$
44,783,135
$
4,030,482
$
1,276,319
$
727,467
$
22,392
$
55,979
$
2nd Quarter
$
48,238,391
$
4,341,455
$
1,374,794
$
795,708
$
24,119
$
60,298
$
3rd Quarter
$
47,118,918
$
4,240,703
$
1,342,889
$
773,599
$
23,559
$
58,899
$
4th Quarter
$
44,001,144
$
3,960,103
$
1,254,033
$
712,023
$
22,001
$
55,001
$
$
184,141,588
$
16,572,743
$
5,248,035
$
3,008,796
$
92,071
$
230,177
$

Taxable Receipts

FY 2010-11 Updated Administrative Cost Reimbursement

1,276,319
1,547,535
1,310,098
1,241,642
5,375,594

$
$
$
$
$

$

$

$

$

$

4,355,612
4,672,485

UPDATED FY 2010-11 (1st & 2nd Quarters Actual; 2 Quarters Adopted)
1st Quarter
$
44,783,135
$
4,030,482
$
2nd Quarter
$
54,299,487
$
4,886,954
$
3rd Quarter
$
45,968,346
$
4,137,151
$
4th Quarter
$
43,566,370
$
3,920,973
$
$
188,617,338
$
16,975,560
$

3,708,541
4,015,082
4,137,151
3,920,973
15,781,748

$
$

5,317,973
4,411,020

199,902

$
$
$
$
$

Amount Received
Allocation of 5% Tax:

16,391,915

$

18,293,789

16,075,850

14,395,026

12,341,546

11,476,279

$
$

ICVB
57.00%

$

41,206,015
44,612,026
45,968,346
43,566,370
175,352,757

13,061,688
10,834,086

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Amount Received
Allocation of 5% Tax:

FY 2010-11 Administrative Cost Reimbursement

ADOPTED FY 2010-11
1st Quarter
$
2nd Quarter
$
3rd Quarter
$
4th Quarter
$
$

Taxable Receipts

$

$

FY 2006-07

FY 2007-08

$

$

FY 2004-05

FY 2005-06

$

$

FY 2002-03

FY 2003-04

$

$

FY 2000-01

Taxable Receipts

FY 2001-02

5/16/2011

Hotel Tax Summary

3,731,911

3,517,350

3,642,648

4,576,468

4,593,100

4,069,265

3,526,156

3,278,937

3,056,570

3,095,453

895,663
1,085,990
919,367
871,327
3,772,347

824,120
892,241
919,367
871,327
3,507,055

$
$
$
$
$

895,663
964,768
942,378
880,023
3,682,832

2% of HOT
Convention Ctr
2.00%

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

2% of HOT
Convention Ctr
2.00%

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

2% of HOT
Convention Ctr
2.00%

$
$
$
$
$

-

-

-

-

-

3,517,350

3,642,648

895,663
1,085,990
919,367
871,327
3,772,347

824,120
892,241
919,367
871,327
3,507,055

895,663
964,768
942,378
880,023
3,682,832

2% of HOT
Entertainment Ctr
2.00%

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

-

2,276,150

2% of HOT
Entertainment Ctr
2.00%

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

2% of HOT
Entertainment Ctr
2.00%

26

FY 2014-15 Administrative Cost Reimbursement

$

$
$
$
$
$

PROJECTED 2014-15 (3% Over 13-14 Projected)
1st Quarter
$
48,935,741
$
2nd Quarter
$
52,711,392
$
3rd Quarter
$
51,488,114
$
4th Quarter
$
48,081,238
$
$
201,216,485
$
4,404,217
4,744,025
4,633,930
4,327,311
18,109,484

$

FY 2013-14 Administrative Cost Reimbursement

$
$
$
$
$

4,275,939
4,605,850
4,498,961
4,201,273
17,582,023

PROJECTED 2013-14 (3% Over 12-13 Projected)
1st Quarter
$
47,510,428
$
2nd Quarter
$
51,176,109
$
3rd Quarter
$
49,988,460
$
4th Quarter
$
46,680,814
$
$
195,355,811
$

$
$
$
$
$
$

4,151,397
4,471,699
4,367,924
4,078,906
17,069,925

FY 2012-13 Administrative Cost Reimbursement

PROJECTED 2012-13 (3% Over 2011-12 Proposed)
1st Quarter
$
46,126,629
$
2nd Quarter
$
49,685,543
$
3rd Quarter
$
48,532,486
$
4th Quarter
$
45,321,178
$
$
189,665,836
$

5/16/2011

Hotel Tax Summary

229,387

1,394,669
1,502,275
1,467,411
1,370,315
5,734,670

222,706

1,354,047
1,458,519
1,424,671
1,330,403
5,567,641

216,219

1,314,609
1,416,038
1,383,176
1,291,654
5,405,476

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

129,865

789,578
850,498
830,761
775,791
3,246,628

129,211

781,331
853,728
830,272
764,946
3,230,277

124,716

754,001
824,289
801,517
738,093
3,117,900

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

4,024

24,468
26,356
25,744
24,041
100,608

3,907

23,755
25,588
24,994
23,340
97,678

3,793

23,063
24,843
24,266
22,661
94,833

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$
$
$
$

10,061

61,170
65,889
64,360
60,102
251,521

9,768

59,388
63,970
62,486
58,351
244,195

9,483

57,658
62,107
60,666
56,651
237,082

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

176,903
190,552
186,130
173,814
727,398

157,000
157,000
157,000
157,000
628,000

157,000
157,000
157,000
157,000
628,000

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

978,715
1,054,228
1,029,762
961,625
4,024,330

950,209
1,023,522
999,769
933,616
3,907,116

922,533
993,711
970,650
906,424
3,793,317

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$

978,715
1,054,228
1,029,762
961,625
4,024,330

950,209
1,023,522
999,769
933,616
3,907,116

922,533
993,711
970,650
906,424
3,793,317

EXPENDITURES

27

GENERAL FUND
ANALYSIS SCHEDULES

28

29

$100,000,000

$110,000,000

$120,000,000

$130,000,000

$140,000,000

$150,000,000

$160,000,000

$170,000,000

$180,000,000

$190,000,000

1999-00

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2005-06

Revenues

2004-05

2007-08

2008-09

Expenditures

2006-07

FY 2011-12 Budget Projection
General Fund Revenues and Expenditures

2009-10

2011-12
Proposed

2010-11
Est.

30

$0

$5,000,000

$10,000,000

$15,000,000

$20,000,000

$25,000,000

$30,000,000

$35,000,000

$40,000,000

$45,000,000

$50,000,000

$55,000,000

`

GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT
FY2011-12 PROPOSED BUDGET

31

$
$
$
$
$ 13,629,461
$
$
$170,802,159

SUPPLIES

MAINTENANCE

UTILITIES

OUTSIDE SERVICES

MISCELLANEOUS

TRANSFERS

CAPITAL

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$0

$10,000,000

$20,000,000

$30,000,000

$40,000,000

$50,000,000

$60,000,000

$70,000,000

$80,000,000

$90,000,000

$100,000,000

$ 27,048,990

BENEFITS

8,031,019

5,356,482

7,695,264

5,182,025

214,500

6,262,649

$169,198,226

$

$

$ 13,029,821

$

$

$

$

$ 28,141,030

$ 95,285,437

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

8,160,239

6,622,024

8,047,633

4,689,471

207,640

7,602,808
192,000

5,347,148

14,259,611

8,459,090

6,460,920

8,253,641

4,581,992

31,777,319

95,745,976

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

395,892

131,500

31,096

1,500

90,000

-

-

48,037

25,551

68,208

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

653,961

25,000

-

135,324

497,923

20,769

162,274

199,445

58,737

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

(445,511) $

$

$

(8,258,328) $

(323,500) $

1,830,114

(236,145) $

(686,539) $

(20,740) $

901,978

(1,080,987) $

(3,612,066) $

(5,030,443) $

BUDGET
ADJUSTMENTS

Miscellaneous
Transfers
Capital
Services
FY 2011-12 SUBMITTED
FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

PROPOSED
DEPARTMENTAL
SUPPLEMENTAL ADJUSTMENTS

Outside Services

3.29%

-7.53%

-29.67%

-4.97%

3.66%

-2.43%

2.56%

-2.29%

7.53%

6.84%

VARIANCE FROM
ESTIMATED

Utilities

$ 175,077,697

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

FY 2011-12
SUBMITTED

Maintenance

$169,498,158

$

$

$ 15,004,706

$

$

$

$

$ 29,551,406

$ 89,612,231

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

Salaries and
Beneifts
Supplies
Wages
FY 2009-10 ACTUAL
FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

687,326

4,994,159

7,520,241

5,681,060

7,309,170

5,007,569

$ 98,924,182

SALARIES AND WAGES

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY CLASSIFICATION
FY 2011-12 RECOMMENDED BUDGET

167,869,222

25,000

7,208,358

14,160,290

8,360,474

6,460,949

9,317,893

3,748,487

28,249,540

90,338,230

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS
GENERAL FUND - Non-Departmental
Entity

2007-08

2008-09
-

$

Estimate
2010-11

2009-10

Amazon.com
Virtual freeport exemption

$

Aviall
Virtual freeport exemption

$ 2,073,290 $ 2,427,487 $ 2,697,774 $ 3,610,747 $ 4,250,000

Dallas Cowboy Merchandise
Virtual freeport exemption

$

8,135 $

6,040 $

-

$

-

$

-

Micrin Technologies
BPP Abatement Clone

$

4,915 $

-

-

$

-

$

-

Neiman Marcus
Virtual freeport exemption

$

United Stationers
Virtual freeport exemption

$

43,049 $

Welton USA
Virtual freeport exemption

$

29,839 $

Zales
Virtual freeport exemption

$

720,467 $

880,752 $

DCH Materials (Drees Homes)
Sales Tax Rebate

$

225,641 $

157,912 $

DFW Airport
Revenue sharing agreement

$

Lennar Trading
Sales Tax Rebate 635 & Mac

$

Olympus **
Sales Tax Rebate 635 & Mac NW

$ 1,816,112 $ 2,051,596 $ 2,414,631 $ 2,400,000 $ 2,200,000

Olympus **
Portion related to Lennar

$

184,526 $

136,300 $

236,871 $

88,176 $

150,000

Regency Realty
Sales Tax Rebate 635 & Mac SW

$

591,993 $

579,604 $

561,214 $

433,967 $

-

Crow Billingsly

$

-

195,375 $

228,458 $

190,329 $

270,000

Citigroup

$

-

244,153 $

215,107 $

200,916 $

191,000

HMS

$

-

0 $

-

$

-

$

45,000

Omega

$

-

0 $

-

$

-

$

81,000

NEC

$

-

0 $

-

$

-

$

153,000

CED

$

-

0 $

-

$

-

$

4,000

Grand Total

$ 7,561,434 $ 8,643,769 $ 9,569,341 $ 9,882,111 $ 10,283,641

Total for General Fund

$ 5,745,322 $ 6,592,173 $ 7,154,710 $ 7,482,111 $ 8,083,641

303,955

-

$

56,862 $

Budget
2011-12

$

-

$

-

281,490 $

240,381 $

256,478 $

320,000

32,450 $

35,698 $

35,732 $

-

-

$

-

$

$

-

750,415 $

727,834 $

660,000

97,944 $

206,233 $

180,000

590,037 $

927,796 $ 1,057,065 $ 1,284,993 $

979,641

969,475 $

722,815 $

800,000

976,922 $

-

446,707 $

** Portion of Olympus budgeted in I&S Fund; portion of Olympus related to Lennar budgeted in General Fund

32

BUDGET SUMMARIES

33

34

Strategic Goal 1

Associated Departments

Promote Excellence in Land
Use and the Image of Irving’s
Built and Natural Environment

 Planning and Inspections
Addressing the challenges of growth and change in the city’s
physical landscape is required for Irving to remain successful.
Ensuring that public and private property is harmoniously used,
maintained, and presented within the City will continue to attract
businesses and visitors while meeting the needs of Irving’s
residents. Responsible policies and planning will act to both guide
the expansion of economic development and facilitate the
revitalization of Irving’s older sectors. The following strategies are
associated with Strategic Goal 1. Strategies that are in bold are key
focus areas for FY 2011-12.

1.1 Improve the visual impression of the community
(gateways, corridors and intersections)
1.2 Continue strengthening development ordinances

35

Revenue Summary by Category

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT
FINES AND PERMITS
SALE OF GOODS
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

$
48,120 $
54,531
$ 1,687,814 $ 1,990,062
$
598 $
950
$
1,466 $
9,000
$ 1,737,998 $ 2,054,543

$
55,031 $
55,675
$ 2,153,298 $ 2,269,380
$
2,650 $
1,000
$
1,000 $
1,000
$ 2,211,979 $ 2,327,055

Expenditure Summary by Category

Planning and Inspection

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

$ 1,804,721 $ 1,699,181 $ 1,718,412 $ 1,954,024
$ 495,621 $ 555,365 $ 487,677 $ 495,899
$
71,551 $
71,502 $
41,932 $
29,910
$
41,998 $
59,017 $
59,467 $
58,992
$
145 $
7,398 $
- $
689
$
13,027 $
35,000 $
12,500 $
5,000
$
34,899 $
56,020 $
52,200 $
5,156

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 2,461,962 $ 2,483,482 $ 2,372,188 $ 2,549,670

Supplies, 
1%

Equipment
Maintenance, 
2%

Outside 
Services,
0%

Miscellaneous, 
0%

Benefits, 
20%

Salaries and
Wages,
77%

36

ACCOUNT
ORG
SUMMARY
1102 Administration
1112 Development Services
1113 Field Operations
1121 Planning
1131 Planning and Research
TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
219,248
$
718,954
$
873,026
$
650,884
$
(150)
$ 2,461,962

FY 2010-11 FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ADOPTED ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$ 218,257 $ 205,451 $
267,380
$ 641,768 $ 571,668 $
727,070
$ 933,397 $ 928,532 $
964,750
$ 690,060 $ 666,537 $
590,470
$
- $
- $
$ 2,483,482 $ 2,372,188 $ 2,549,670

Administration
10%

Planning
23%

Development
Services
29%
Field
Operations
38%

$1,000,000
$900,000
$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$$(100,000)
Administration Development
Services
2009-10 Actual

Field
Operations

2010-11 Adopted

Planning

2010-11 Estimated

37

Planning and
Research
2011-12 Proposed

Planning and Inspection

Expenditure Summary by Organization

38

Strategic Goal 2

Associated Departments

 Code Enforcement
 Housing and Human
 Services

Nurture and Promote Vital,
Vibrant Neighborhoods
A key component to sustaining Irving as a vigorous and healthy community is fostering and maintaining strong, vibrant neighborhoods.
Safe areas to live with well-ordered housing, ample amenities, and
neighborhood pride enhance the quality of life for residents. Efforts
to strengthen code compliance, empower neighborhood associations,
and invigorate established neighborhoods will help provide Irving
residents with better places to live. The following strategies are associated with Strategic Goal 2. Strategies that are in bold are key focus
areas for FY 2011-12.

2.1 Develop and implement effective code enforcement
strategies to reduce disorder, enhance visual appearance,
and improve overall health and safety in the city
2.2 Expand the neighborhood enhancement program (NEP)
2.3 Enhance affordable housing and housing related initiatives

39

Revenue Summary by Category

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
FINES AND PERMITS
FINES AND OTHER CHARGES
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 1,296,346 $ 1,321,700 $ 1,322,875 $ 1,351,970
$ 390,683 $ 397,400 $
362,400 $ 372,900
$ 1,687,029 $ 1,719,100 $ 1,685,275 $ 1,724,870

Expenditure Summary by Category

Supplies
2%

Equipment
Maintenance
3%

Outside
Services
6%

Code Enforcement

Benefits
27%

Salaries and Wages
61%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Miscellaneous
1%

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

$ 1,658,020 $ 1,572,627
$ 514,209 $ 532,548
$
55,145 $
60,929
$
74,298 $
82,985
$ 255,234 $ 308,950
$
8,684 $
19,338
$ 2,565,590 $ 2,577,376

$ 1,172,012 $ 1,292,764
$
519,161 $ 558,360
$
45,900 $
45,700
$
70,483 $
70,250
$
245,000 $ 134,362
$
15,338 $
9,767
$ 2,067,894 $ 2,111,203

RECEIPTS FROM FEDERAL
PROGRAM INCOME
REVOLVING LOAN PAYMENTS
DONATIONS

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 2,787,615
$
4,556
$
5,032
$
150

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 3,901,254
$
$
$
-

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 4,667,944
$
$
$
-

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 3,154,150
$
$
$
-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 2,797,353 $ 3,901,254 $ 4,667,944 $

3,154,150

Expenditure Summary by Category

Outside Services
73.3%

Equipment
Maintenance
0.19%

Salaries and
Wages
20%

Benefits
7%

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
TRANSFERS

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 446,997
$ 136,610
$
11,017
$
3,697
$
290
$ 2,312,815
$ 100,805
$
-

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 847,064
$ 255,199
$
52,250
$
5,050
$
3,500
$ 2,700,556
$
30,996
$
6,639

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 3,012,231 $ 3,901,254 $ 3,445,890 $

41

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 562,787
$ 170,552
$
33,550
$
5,000
$
1,000
$ 2,565,411
$ 100,951
$
6,639

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
609,568
$
219,707
$
$
6,149
$
$ 2,312,087
$
$
6,639
3,154,150

Housing and Human Services

Revenue Summary by Category

Expenditure Summary by Organization

CDBG
Projects
35%

HOME
Projects
27%

CDBG Rehab
Administration
14%

CDBG
Administration
13%

Housing and Human Services

HOME
Administration
3%

ACCOUNT
FUND ORG
SUMMARY
CDBG
4251 CDBG Admin
HOME
4252 HOME Admin
ESG
4253 ESG Admin
CDBG
4254 CDBG Rehab Admin
CDBG
4255 CDBG Projects
HOME
4256 HOME Projects
ESG
4257 ESG Projects
CDBG
4258 CDBG Rehab Projects
2011
4251 CDBG-R Administration
2011
4255 CDBG-R Projects
2021
4251 NSP1 Administration
2021
4255 NSP1 Projects
2031
4253 HPRPF Administration
2031
4257 HPRPF Projects
2032
4253 HPRPS Administration
2032
4257 HPRPS Projects
2033
4253 ESGS Administration
2033
4253 ESGS Projects
Total

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 322,840
$ 69,245
$
4,989
$ 197,341
$ 719,113
$ 277,920
$ 94,783
$
1,540
$
$ 502,434
$
1,672
$ 216,992
$ 35,074
$ 276,998
$
593
$ 26,517
$ 33,301
$ 230,879
$ 3,012,231

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ESG
Projects
3%
CDBG Rehab
Projects
5%

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 500,908
$ 107,034
$
4,989
$ 300,000
$ 1,553,631
$ 963,307
$ 94,799
$ 150,000
$
5,639
$
$ 50,910
$
$ 11,702
$ 73,275
$ 11,702
$ 73,358
$
$
$ 3,901,254

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 484,303
$ 103,480
$
$ 209,609
$ 493,786
$ 963,307
$
94,799
$
15,000
$
$
40,979
$ 152,035
$
70,443
$
28,716
$ 230,484
$
$
8,769
$
26,790
$ 523,391
$ 3,445,890

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 421,284
$ 94,814
$
4,980
$ 444,725
$ 1,090,412
$ 853,325
$ 94,610
$ 150,000
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$ 3,154,150

Strategic Goal 3

Associated Departments

 Economic Development

Cultivate an Environment
Conducive to Strong, Successful
Economic Development to
Enhance and Diversify Irving’s
Economic Base

 Irving Convention and
Visitors Bureau
Without a strong tax base, a city may struggle to achieve its goals, or
even support its own day-to-day operations. While Irving’s location
and resources are very attractive on their own, it is reasonable for
Irving to take proactive steps to make the city as appealing as
possible and to seek out and recruit those industries that will make
Irving successful for years to come. All of this requires that the city
develop and pursue a prudent economic development strategy. The
following strategies are associated with Strategic Goal 3. Strategies
that are in bold are key focus areas for FY 2011-12.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8

Promote Irving as a visitor destination
Leverage economic development incentives to
maximize retention
and recruitment opportunities
Promote long-term revitalization and redevelopment
of targeted areas
Continue an aggressive retention program with Irving's
existing businesses
Continue an aggressive recruitment program to bring new,
targeted industry businesses to Irving
Support and provide growth opportunities for small businesses
Create an environment that will enhance retail
growth and expansion
Maintain a positive business environment

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Revenue Summary by Category

GRANTS
TAXES
MISCELLANEOUS
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
$
88,405
$
44,691
$
$ 9,080,552
$ 9,213,648

FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
$
1,000,000 $
975,000
$
87,676 $
94,309
$
25,000 $
26,000
$
74,855 $
74,855
$
3,839,800 $ 5,919,622
$
5,027,331 $ 7,089,786

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
25,000
$
92,071
$
26,000
$
88,370
$
5,051,301
$
5,282,742

Irving Convention and
Real
Estate
Services
Visitors
Bureau—

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINT.
STRUCTURAL MAINT.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISC. SERVICES
TRANSFERS
LAND
BLDGS & STRUCT.
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
706,060 $
628,269 $
728,509 $
537,625
$
183,055 $
187,139 $
353,485 $
144,672
$
7,784 $
15,007 $
14,350 $
1,450
$
295 $
125 $
125 $
125
$
722 $
2,000 $
1,000 $
1,000
$
7,404 $
11,960 $
8,360 $
9,500
$ 2,218,313 $
2,082,100 $ 1,853,500 $
2,113,100
$ 4,039,254 $
4,036,787 $
171,287 $
314,432
$
70,000 $
199 $
199 $
199
$
- $
1,250,000 $ 1,218,750 $
31,250
$
434,021 $
500,000 $
- $
$ 7,666,908 $
8,713,586 $ 4,349,565 $
3,153,353

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Fund ORG
1020
2904
1020
2905
1020
2906
2026
2941
1001
2904
1001
2950
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
ED Operations
Development Incentives
Development Projects
Preservation and DT
ED Operations
Real Estate Services

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 1,860,000 $
1,839,800 $ 1,839,800 $
1,839,800
$
289,705 $
- $
- $
$ 4,499,980 $
5,974,000 $ 1,318,750 $
537,500
$
91,018 $
45,173 $
84,316 $
85,456
$
601,064 $
682,271 $
780,428 $
402,583
$
325,140 $
172,342 $
326,271 $
288,014
$ 7,666,908 $
8,713,586 $ 4,349,565 $
3,153,353

Miscellaneous Services
10%
Land
1%
Outside Services
67%

Salaries and Wages
17%

Benef its
5%

$4,500,000
$4,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$-

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

45

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

Irving Convention and
Real Estates
Services
Visitors
Bureau—

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
5,007,801
TAXES
$
51,674
MISCELLANEOUS
809,656
TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS $
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 5,869,131

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 4,997,554
$
20,500
$
666,218

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 5,374,842 $ 5,248,035
$
20,500 $
9,000
$
666,218 $
-

$

$

5,684,272

6,061,560

$

5,257,035

Irving Convention and Visitors
Bureau—General Fund

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINT.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
TRANSFER CHARGES
EQUIPMENT

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 1,741,501 $ 1,858,942 $ 1,858,942 $ 1,693,621
$
434,729 $
498,361 $
498,361 $
346,861
$
87,174 $
76,775 $
73,125 $
70,635
$
46,494 $
49,500 $
45,750 $
45,000
$
38,117 $
32,925 $
38,095 $
9,550
$
970,653 $ 2,028,604 $ 2,105,854 $
810,314
$ 1,368,289 $ 1,501,150 $ 1,509,210 $ 2,745,359
$
483,939 $
- $
- $
175,860
$
42,694 $
- $
- $
12,500

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 5,213,590

$

6,046,256

$

6,129,336

$

5,909,700

Salaries and
Wages
30%

Miscellaneous
48%

Outside
Services
14%
Equipment
Maintenance
0.8%

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Benefits
6%
Supplies
1%

ORG
3501
3202
3503
3506
3507
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Administration
Sales
Communication
Marketing
Convention Center

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
1,746,080 $
1,504,950 $
1,520,650 $
1,479,084
$
1,776,103 $
1,829,432 $
1,827,492 $
1,380,313
$
294,825 $
327,425 $
324,685 $
348,998
$
1,396,587 $
1,091,080 $
1,163,140 $
1,139,725
$
- $
1,293,370 $
1,293,370 $
1,561,579
$
5,213,595 $
6,046,256 $
6,129,336 $
5,909,700

Administration
34%

Sales
32%

Marketing
26%

Communication
8%

$2,000,000
$1,800,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$Administration
FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

Sales
FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

Communication

Marketing Convention Center

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

47

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

Irving Convention and Visitors
Bureau—General Fund

Expenditure Summary by Organization

There are two other funds within the Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau:
Reserve Fund:
This fund is reserved for pre-opening and marketing expenses for the Convention Center and
holds the Bureau’s commitment to the 2011 SuperBowl in the amount of $176,000. Additional
funds may be used for unbudgeted opportunities that arise during the fiscal year, to balance
the ICVB General Fund if necessary, and to fund unexpected contingencies.
Computer Replacement Fund:
This fund is reserved for the replacement of computers, printers, software systems and other
computer-related equipment for the Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Revenue Summary by Category

Irving Convention and Visitors
Bureau—General Fund

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

MISCELLANEOUS

$

4,364

$

2,550

$

2,550

$

250

OTHER FUNDS TOTAL

$

4,364

$

2,550

$

2,550

$

250

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES AND BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
TRANSFER CHARGES
EQUIPMENT

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
$
22,154 $
$
1,078 $
12,000
$
298 $
$
57,710 $
$
10,000 $
$
815,950 $
666,218
$
- $
-

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
- $
$
5,000 $
16,300
$
- $
$
- $
$
- $
$
666,218 $
$
- $
-

OTHER FUNDS TOTAL

$

$

907,191

$

678,218

671,218 $

16,300

Expenditure Summary by Fund
FUND
2202
2203
2204
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Reserve
Computer Replacement
Building

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
$
147,000 $
666,218
$
1,078 $
12,000
$
759,113 $
$
907,191 $
678,218

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FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$
666,218
$
5,000
$
$
671,218

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
$
16,300
$
$
16,300

Strategic Goal 4

Associated Departments

 Police
 Fire
 Municipal Court
 Animal Services

Set the Standard for a Safe and
Secure City
Nobody wants to live in a community or own property in an area that is
not safe. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the residents of
Irving feel that their neighborhoods are free from crime, protected from
fires as well as other disasters, and that help will arrive quickly in an
emergency. The following strategies are associated with Strategic
Goal 4. Strategies that are in bold are key focus areas for FY 201112.
4.1
4.2
4.3

Decrease crime and disorder through proactive approaches
Build effective community partnerships
Reduce crime and increase quality of life in multifamily
communities and surrounding areas
4.4 Improve motorist safety
4.5 Increase operational efficiency
4.6 Enhance animal services to promote resident safety and ensure
that animals are provided a safe and healthy environment
4.7 Enforce Municipal Court orders
4.8 Maximize workflow efficiency and enhance customer experience
through training and technology
4.9 Implement initiatives to prevent fire and EMS incidents
4.10 Enhance delivery of effective emergency services

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Revenue Summary by Category

FRANCHISE FEES
FEES AND PERMITS
FINES AND OTHER CHARGES
COST REIMBURSEMENTS
SALE OF GOODS
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
$ 478,000
$
35,000
$ 1,169,490
$
70,500
$
40,000

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 240,000
$ 607,500
$
40,000
$ 1,183,475
$
66,000
$
40,000

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$
240,000
$
556,750
$
1,000
$ 1,198,475
$
41,000
$
40,000

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 231,740
$ 606,250
$
$ 1,287,471
$
66,000
$ 139,000

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 1,792,990 $ 2,176,975 $ 2,077,225 $ 2,330,461

Animal Services
Police

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
TRANSFERS
CAPITAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 35,541,699
$ 9,947,521
$ 1,277,062
$ 1,923,657
$
35,217
$
627,573
$
403,250
$
190,506
$
39,601

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 33,601,006
$ 10,965,812
$ 1,152,316
$ 2,162,905
$
35,600
$
623,564
$
458,883
$
33,350
$
14,500

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 33,938,095
$ 10,299,287
$ 1,189,573
$ 1,942,361
$
30,500
$
590,221
$
398,599
$
33,350
$
-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 49,986,086 $ 49,047,936 $ 48,421,987 $ 48,102,015

Transfers Capital Outside
Services
Miscellaneous 0.13% 0.05%
1%
Services
3%
Equipment
Maintenance
3%

SalariesandWages
70%

Benefits
20%

Supplies
2%

50

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 33,789,660
$ 9,621,790
$
776,679
$ 2,711,538
$
26,740
$
679,764
$
406,398
$
64,446
$
25,000

ACCOUNT
ORG SUMMARY
0421 Field Operations
0441 Admin Services
0461 Investigative Svcs
0481 Staff
0491 Emergency Management
TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 25,884,493
$
9,958,770
$ 12,777,297
$
1,180,633
$
184,893
$ 49,986,086

Emergency
Management
1%
Staff
3%
Investigative
Svcs.
24%

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 24,249,360
$ 10,186,430
$ 12,985,550
$ 1,346,576
$
280,020
$ 49,047,936

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 24,565,628
$ 10,492,613
$ 11,669,774
$ 1,435,676
$
258,296
$ 48,421,987

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 24,988,841
$ 10,577,174
$ 10,919,769
$ 1,325,523
$
290,708
$ 48,102,015

Field Operations
52%
Admin.
Services
21%

$30,000,000
$25,000,000
$20,000,000
$15,000,000
$10,000,000
$5,000,000
$Field
Operations
2009-10 Actual

Admin
Services

2010-11 Adopted

Investigative
Svcs
2010-11 Estimated

51

Staff

Emergency
Management

2011-12 Proposed

Animal Services
Police

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

FRANCHISE FEES
FEES AND PERMITS

$
1,000 $
1,000 $
1,000 $
1,000
$ 3,951,474 $ 4,425,000 $ 4,025,000 $ 4,205,000

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 3,952,474 $ 4,426,000 $ 4,026,000 $ 4,206,000

Expenditure Summary by Category

Animal Services
Fire

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
TRANSFERS
EQUIPMENT

$ 24,785,082 $ 22,287,641 $ 23,563,592 $ 23,330,816
$ 6,841,531 $ 7,338,268 $ 7,636,884 $ 7,573,697
$
820,521 $
919,331 $
719,806 $ 595,530
$
- $
- $
- $
$
797,924 $
785,388 $
788,360 $ 958,727
$
1,488 $
11,660 $
11,442 $
8,660
$
470,205 $
633,210 $
602,874 $ 568,764
$
281,794 $
392,954 $
357,728 $ 232,938
$
- $
277,950 $
- $ 277,950
$
91,490 $
- $
- $
-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 34,090,035 $ 32,646,402 $ 33,680,687 $ 33,547,082

Equipment
Maintenance
3%

Transfers
1%

Outside
Services
2%
Salaries and Wages
69%

Supplies
2%

Benefits
22%

Utilities
0.03%

52

Animal Services
Fire

Expenditure Summary by Organization
Communications
6%
Fire Prevention
4%
Administration
5%

Operations
66%

EMS
19%

ORG
0512
0532
0542
0552
0582
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Administration
Fire Prevention
Communications
Operations
EMS

FY 2008-09
ACTUAL
$
1,973,818
$
1,568,853
$
1,755,956
$ 22,747,269
$
6,294,778
$ 34,340,674

$
$
$
$
$
$

FY 2009-10
ADOPTED
1,705,007
1,613,671
1,815,359
21,162,813
6,349,553
32,646,402

FY 2009-10
ESTIMATED
$ 1,628,034
$ 1,284,832
$ 1,996,336
$ 22,002,548
$ 6,768,936
$ 33,680,687

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 1,675,636
$ 1,532,506
$ 1,888,245
$ 22,182,795
$ 6,267,900
$ 33,547,082

$25,000,000

$20,000,000

$15,000,000

$10,000,000

$5,000,000

$Administration

Fire Prevention Communications

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

53

Operations

EMS

2010-11 Estimated 2011-12 Proposed

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
$ 7,922,000 $ 8,826,300
$
400 $
400
$ 7,922,400 $ 8,826,700

FINES AND OTHER CHARGES
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 8,324,800
$
400
$ 8,325,200

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 8,370,300
$
400
$ 8,370,700

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

Animal Services
Municipal Court

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Equipment
Maintenance
1%
Supplies
2%

$
$
$
$
$
$

1,951,603
600,043
43,787
23,451
150
2,619,034

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

$ 2,022,935 $ 1,932,658
$
753,406 $ 640,939
$
53,892 $
45,990
$
32,779 $
25,800
$
3,015 $
280
$ 2,866,027 $ 2,645,667

Salaries and Wages
68%
Benefits
29%

54

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$ 1,590,502
$ 670,634
$ 56,124
$ 28,500
$
2,395
$ 2,348,155

Administration
9%
Judicial
13%

CourtServices
23%
Warrant/Compliance
31%

Customer
Service
24%

ACCOUNT
ORG
SUMMARY
1305 Administration
1310 Judicial
1320 Customer Service
1330 Warrant/Compliance
1340 Teen Court
1350 Court Services
TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 201,415
$ 294,982
$ 591,590
$ 771,504
$ 209,582
$ 549,961
$ 2,619,034

FY 2010-11 FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ADOPTED ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$ 216,578 $ 204,988 $
206,954
$ 297,021 $ 367,833 $
301,843
$ 613,754 $ 532,196 $
570,881
$ 953,876 $ 835,159 $
725,834
$ 210,071 $ 216,164 $
$ 574,727 $ 489,327 $
542,643
$ 2,866,027 $ 2,645,667 $ 2,348,155

$1,000,000
$900,000
$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$Administration

Judicial

2009-10Actual

CustomerServiceWarrant/Compliance TeenCourt

2010-11Adopted

2010-11Estimated
55

2011-12Proposed

CourtServices

Animal Services
Municipal Court

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

FEES AND PERMITS

$

109,456 $

155,100 $

161,300 $ 153,750

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

109,456 $

155,100 $

161,300 $ 153,750

Expenditure Summary by Category

Animal Services

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
TRANSFERS
EQUIPMENT
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Equipment
Maintenance
4%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

$ 769,824
$ 230,841
$ 124,400
$
51,456
$
$
70,173
$
7,381
$
$
3,641
$ 1,257,716

$
806,714
$
243,646
$
261,700
$
61,330
$
7,000
$
95,994
$
7,297
$
$
15,000
$ 1,498,681

Outside
Services
6%

Supplies
14%

Miscellaneous
Services
0.49%

Salaries and
Wages
58%

Benefits
18%

56

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$
827,195
$
249,400
$
242,400
$
55,355
$
$
92,605
$
6,846
$
$
$ 1,473,801

$ 802,392
$ 247,246
$ 197,185
$ 58,330
$
$ 81,427
$
6,767
$
$
$ 1,393,347

Animal Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization
Veterinarian
Clinic
21%
Administration
25%

Shelter
Operations
20%

ACCOUNT
ORG
SUMMARY
1751 Administration
1752 Field Operations
1753 Shelter Operations
1754 Veterinarian Clinic
TOTAL

Field
Operations
34%

FY 2009-10 FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
$1,257,716 $ 465,700
$
- $ 446,844
$
- $ 267,018
$
- $ 319,119
$1,257,716 $1,498,681

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$
453,012
$
443,948
$
262,366
$
314,474
$ 1,473,801

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
347,737
$
473,512
$
278,923
$
293,175
$ 1,393,347

$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$Administration

Field Operations

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

Shelter Operations

2010-11 Estimated

57

Veterinarian Clinic

2011-12 Proposed

58

Strategic Goal 6

Associated Departments

 Corporate
Communications

Promote Effective
Communication Among All
Members of the Community
Through better utilization of technological opportunities and
increasing the frequency of communication, the city will promote
effective communication with both citizens and city employees.
Partnerships with other organizations will also be developed to
increase communication with citizens. The following strategies
are associated with Strategic Goal 6.
6.1 Communicate key city strategies and messages to
residents and stakeholders
6.2 Expand the use of technology to effectively communicate
with the community
6.3 Enhance communication with city employees
6.4 Strengthen media relations
6.5 Enhance communications with neighborhood associations

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

FRANCHISE FEES

$ 2,116,986

$ 2,465,000

$ 2,238,936

$ 2,280,500

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 2,116,986

$ 2,465,000

$ 2,238,936

$ 2,280,500

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

980,513

$ 1,121,456

Corporate
Communications

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$ 1,667,912

$ 1,537,428

BENEFITS

$

442,532 $

415,386

$

338,925 $

349,597

SUPPLIES

$

345,367 $

329,400

$

312,482 $

312,600

STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

EQUIPMENT MAINT.

$

51,580

$

55,441 $

45,817

$

45,817

34,803

$

36,000

UTILITIES

$

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

234,551 $

$

38,000

266,800

MISC.

$

3,156

TRANSFERS

$

-

$

165,350 $

144,300

$

6,925

$

2,675

$

4,225

$

-

$

-

$

-

203,739 $

185,000

$

185,000

$

-

CAPITAL

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 2,983,640

Utility
2%

Equipment
Maintenance
2%
Supplies
16%

38,000 $

$ 2,834,380

Outside Services
7%

Salaries and
Wages
56%

Benefits
17%

60

$ 2,066,762

$ 2,015,995

ORG

ACCOUNT

FY 2009-10

FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

SUMMARY

ACTUAL

ADOPTED

ESTIMATED

PROPOSED

2422 Administration

$ 1,102,452

$

2442 Cable Services

$ 1,588,462

$ 1,688,029

$

$

308,024

$ 2,834,380

2452 Print Shop and Mail Room $
TOTAL

292,727

$ 2,983,640

838,328 $

774,842 $

752,173

1,291,921

$

1,263,822

$

-

$

-

$

2,066,762

$

2,015,995

Print Shop and
Mail Room
0%

Administration
37%

Cable Services
63%

$1,800,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$Administration

2009-10 Actual

Cable Services

2010-11 Adopted

Print Shop and Mail
Room

2010-11 Estimated

61

2011-12 Proposed

Corporate
Communications

Expenditure Summary by Organization

62

Strategic Goal 7

Associated Departments

Promote Excellence in Irving’s
Cultural, Recreational, and
Educational Environment

 Parks and Recreation
 Library
 Irving Arts Center
 Museum

The City of Irving will continue to develop the excellent variety of
programs that enhance the quality of life for its residents and visitors.
Working with community partners, the city will help provide excellent
opportunities to enjoy life-enhancing activities. These civic institutions
will draw residents and visitors by establishing Irving as a leading city for
cultural, recreational, and educational activities. The following strategies
are associated with Strategic Goal 7. Strategies that are in bold are key
focus areas for FY 2011-12.
7.1 Create innovative recreational, educational and cultural
programs
7.2 Implement the comprehensive library master plan
7.3 Address the multiple needs of aging and disabled population
7.4 Plan, design and implement park and trail improvements
7.5 Explore design alternatives for development of a City Historical
Museum

63

Revenue Summary by Category
RENTAL FACILITIES/GOLF COURSE

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
538,299

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
623,449

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$
594,439 $
662,349

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

$

$

538,299

623,449

594,439

$

662,349

Heritage and Museum
Parks and Recreation

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$ 7,642,716

$ 7,441,026

$ 7,044,111

$ 7,010,748

BENEFITS

$ 2,029,544

$ 2,318,588

$ 2,318,588

$ 2,191,324

SUPPLIES

$

555,851

$

595,212

$

541,712

$

543,584

STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE

$

295,931

$

309,500

$

254,000

$

264,000

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

500,799

$

585,522

$

420,522

$

662,550

UTILITY

$

2,377

$

3,200 $

3,200

$

2,400

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

827,503

$

835,449

$

682,449

$

658,777

MISCELLANEOUS

$

316,859

$

323,080

$

312,080

$

144,170

TRANSFERS

$

-

$

- $

-

$

-

CAPITAL

$

159,816

$

- $

-

$

-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 12,331,397

Equipment  Outside Services
6%
Maintenance
5%
Structure 
Maintenance
2%
Supplies
5%

$ 12,411,577 $ 11,576,662

Miscellaneous 
Services
1%

Benefits
19%

Salaries and 
Wages
62%

64

$ 11,477,553

ORG
0712
0722
0751
0752
0762
0782
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Marketing/Business Svcs
Youth Services
Parks and Athletics
Aquatics
Vector Control
Recreation

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$
843,400 $
821,628 $
786,364 $
646,339
$
364,297 $
383,493 $
383,193 $
399,094
$ 6,565,517 $ 6,564,152 $ 5,978,950 $ 6,099,896
$ 1,286,600 $ 1,289,638 $ 1,150,033 $ 1,131,861
$
44,976 $
30,962 $
30,462 $
40,318
$ 3,226,606 $ 3,321,705 $ 3,247,661 $ 3,160,046
$ 12,331,397 $ 12,411,577 $ 11,576,662 $ 11,477,553

Youth Services
3.51%

Parks and Athletics
52.73%

Marketing/Business
Services 3%

Aquatics
9.95%
Recreation
27.77%

Vector Control
0.35%

$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$-

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

2010-11 Estimated

65

2011-12 Proposed

Heritage and Museum
Parks and Recreation

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
FINES AND OTHER CHARGES
SALE OF GOODS
MISCELLANEOUS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$
$
$
$

53,335
39,503
148,080
240,919

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
$
$
$

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

51,000
40,000
152,000
243,000

$
$
$
$

49,000
37,000
152,000
238,000

$
$
$
$

213,500
39,000
152,000
404,500

Expenditure Summary by Category

Heritage and Museum
Library Services

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 3,995,743
$ 953,351
$ 681,827
$
34,821
$
15,073
$ 580,518
$
52,891
$ 6,314,224

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
MAINTENANCE
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3,945,927
1,093,285
700,794
26,622
443,292
54,837
6,264,757

Salaries and
Wages
65%
Supplies
11%

Miscellaneous
1%
Outside Services
6%

Utility
0%

Equipment
Maintenance
0%

66

Benefits
17%

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$ 3,812,431
$ 1,083,377
$ 624,700
$
26,097
$
$ 405,203
$
53,010
$ 6,004,818

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3,865,937
1,041,773
643,893
27,097
1,000
355,778
50,043
5,985,521

ACCOUNT
ORG
SUMMARY
1410 Administration
1420 Adult Services
1430 Children's Services
1435 Bookmobile
1440 Circulation
1450 Technical Services
1460 East Branch
1475 Valley Ranch Branch
1480 West Branch
1485 Southwest Branch
TOTAL

Valley Ranch Branch
12%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 363,031
$ 1,327,478
$ 510,409
$ 138,472
$ 624,088
$ 1,526,012
$ 186,540
$ 687,931
$ 575,056
$ 375,207
$ 6,314,224

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
246,357
$ 1,373,764
$
535,561
$
166,860
$
661,156
$ 1,552,237
$
284,883
$
709,733
$
504,700
$
229,506
$ 6,264,757

West Branch
9%

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 231,142
$ 1,333,098
$ 531,316
$ 165,617
$ 613,970
$ 1,494,366
$ 271,300
$ 707,205
$ 487,564
$ 169,241
$ 6,004,818

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
495,809
$ 1,216,035
$
502,831
$
117,541
$
667,509
$ 1,424,848
$
307,589
$
716,818
$
536,541
$
$ 5,985,521

Administration
8%

East Branch
5%

Adult Services
20%
Technical Services
24%
Children's Services
9%
Bookmobile
2%

Circulation
11%

$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$-

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

67

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

Heritage and Museum
Library Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
TAXES

$

1,317,859

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

$

451,313

GRANTS

$

MISCELLANEOUS

$

95,911

TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATE

$ 1,315,157
$

2,750 $

$

1,337,971

428,289 $

428,289

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 1,381,074
$

455,743

-

$

30,660

$

30,164

2,163,118

$ 1,844,283

$

1,969,283

$ 1,722,380

4,030,952

$ 3,618,389

$

3,768,457

$ 3,671,576

$

2,750 $

2,750

$

109,629

Expenditure Summary by Category

Heritage and Museum
Irving Arts Center

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$

1,385,343

BENEFITS

$

390,152

SUPPLIES

$

STRUCTURE MAINT.
EQUIPMENT MAINT.

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATE

$ 1,332,931

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,332,931

$ 1,178,344

$

408,055 $

408,055

$

305,533

150,282

$

142,039 $

153,765

$

99,590

$

58,478

$

84,925 $

$

24,599

$

42,927

UTILITY

$

253,677

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

MISC. SERVICES
TRANSFERS

149,123

$

86,525

$

43,102

$

43,557

$

287,601 $

290,422

$

285,985

1,120,905

$

812,920

$

1,078,485

$

843,180

$

628,248

$

595,979 $

667,871

$

574,539

$

194,980 $

2,116

$

97,116 $

-

LAND

$

- $

-

$

- $

-

BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES

$

122,570

$

22,200

$

22,200 $

-

EQUIPMENT

$

97,448

$

65,000

$

75,942 $

-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

4,426,683

$ 3,796,693

$

Miscellaneous
Services
17%
Outside Services
25%

Salaries and Wages
34%

Utility
8%
Structural
Equipment
Maintenance Maintenance
3%
1%

68

Benefits
9%
Supplies
3%

4,319,012

$ 3,417,253

FUND
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2310
2320
TOTAL

ORG
25020
25021
25022
25030
25031
25032
25033
25040
25041
25042
25050
25051
25052
25053
25060
25061
25070
25071
25072
25073
25020

Box Office
4.32%

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Administration
Maintenance
Security
Marketing
Advertising
Publications
Posters
Gallery
Exhibits
Sculpture Garden
Operations
Shop
Carpenter
Dupree
House
Box Office
Outreach
Kids Art
Grants
Projects
Administration

Outreach
0.20%

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
$ 1,231,108 $ 1,125,288
$
442,417 $
391,930
$
185,908 $
190,414
$
128,453 $
36,050
$
203,958 $
200,000
$
48,208 $
38,453
$
12,844 $
13,000
$
104,935 $
106,756
$
279,080 $
96,950
$
38,526 $
39,316
$
649,485 $
591,368
$
11,152 $
22,256
$
150,369 $
152,946
$
56,597 $
52,930
$
51,592 $
95,583
$
122,469 $
146,403
$
9,359 $
13,250
$
102,658 $
20,000
$
422,700 $
388,000
$
55,886 $
75,800
$
118,979 $
$ 4,426,683 $ 3,796,693

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATE
PROPOSED
$
1,241,686 $
834,793
$
486,070 $
370,629
$
190,514 $
184,775
$
55,242 $
73,650
$
258,655 $
183,482
$
45,789 $
40,453
$
13,354 $
11,000
$
106,756 $
106,527
$
241,200 $
103,425
$
41,045 $
33,310
$
594,745 $
535,657
$
22,967 $
11,300
$
151,123 $
124,217
$
54,350 $
39,254
$
95,583 $
91,342
$
146,403 $
147,489
$
13,250 $
7,000
$
20,000 $
96,750
$
458,980 $
400,000
$
81,300 $
22,200
$
- $
$
4,319,012 $ 3,417,253

Kids Art
2.83%

House
2.67%

Grants
11.71%

Dupree
1.15%

Administration
31.36%
Maintenance
10.85%

Carpenter
3.63%
Shop
0.33%

Operations
15.68%

Advertising
5.37%

Sculpture Garden
0.97%
Exhibits
3.03%

Gallery
3.12%

Posters
0.32%

69

Projects
0.65%
Publications
1.18%

Security
4.89%

Heritage and Museum
Irving Arts Center

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
TAXES

$

MISCELLANEOUS

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

221,012

$

12,187 $
233,200

$

219,191

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

235,739

$

230,177

37,300 $

14,400

$

14,400

250,139

$

244,577

256,491

$

Expenditure Summary by Category

Heritage and Museum

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
SALARIES AND WAGES

$

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

157,363

$

33,424 $

156,388

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

156,388

$

58,466

34,985 $

34,985

$

42,668

BENEFITS

$

SUPPLIES

$

4,615

$

6,000

$

6,000 $

3,850

STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE

$

1,239

$

1,500

$

1,500 $

1,500

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

-

$

750

$

750 $

-

UTILITY

$

1,298

$

4,950

$

2,200 $

1,450

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

12,995 $

22,000 $

21,500

$

19,000

MISCELLANEOUS

$

19,229 $

15,375 $

15,200

$

11,500

TRANSFERS

$

-

$

398

$

398

$

398

BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES

$

-

$

2,500

$

2,500

$

152,500

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

230,163

$

244,846

$

241,421

$

291,332

UTILITY OUTSIDE
SERVICES
1%
14%

MISCELLANEOUS
8%

STRUCTURE
MAINTENANCE
1.1%

BENEFITS
31%

SUPPLIES
3%

70

SALARIES AND
WAGES
42%

FUND
2065
2065
2073
2073
TOTAL

ORG
2645
2647
2645
2646

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Administration
Archives
Administration
Heritage Museum

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
49,270 $
57,930 $
57,430 $
201,459
$
179,794 $
182,166 $
181,991 $
88,523
$
1,000 $
500 $
500 $
1,000
$
99 $
4,250 $
1,500 $
350
$
230,163 $
244,846 $
241,421 $
291,332

Heritage
Admin
0.3%

Archives
31%

Heritage
Museum
0%

Museum
Admin
48%

71

Heritage and Museum

Expenditure Summary by Organization

72

Strategic Goal 8

Associated Departments

 City Council

Set the Standard for
Sound Governance, Fiscal
Management, and
Sustainability

 City Secretary’s Office
 City Manager’s Office
 Financial Services
 Strategic Services
 Non-Departmental
 Performance Office
 City Attorney’s Office

Just as every individual resident must manage his or her own budget, so
must the city carefully manage its own resources. The city prioritizes
budget items in order to provide services that match the priorities
determined by the City Council and reflected in the city’s strategic goals.
This way, no matter the current financial conditions, the city makes sure
its budget is aligned with its residents’ needs and is providing the
outcomes they desire. The following strategies are associated with
Strategic Goal 8. Strategies that are in bold font are key focus areas for
FY 2011-12.
8.1 Institute a holistic customer service philosophy throughout
the organization
8.2 Develop partnerships and relationships with other cities and
government entities
8.3 Implement programs to recruit and retain a qualified and diverse
workforce
8.4 Provide learning opportunities to maximize employee development
and leadership
8.5 Implement leading-edge practices for achieving quality and
performance excellence
8.6 Improve staff efficiencies through technology
8.7 Protect the city's financial integrity and credit worthiness
8.8 Implement programs to reduce organizational risks
8.9 implement employee benefits and services that promote financial
security and control cost
8.10 Advance the city’s legislative interests
8.11 Enhance strategic management and promote efficiencies
throughout Fleet Services
8.12 Enhance the quality of decision making with legal representation
and Support
8.13 Coordinate, publish and record municipal legislation
8.14 Promote transparent open government
8.15 Promote department participation in executing Council-driven
progress
8.16 Manage records retention and destruction

73

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$

50,400

$

BENEFITS

$

3,521

$

5,472

SUPPLIES

$

11,176

$

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

-

UTILITY

$

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

MISCELLANEOUS

$

92,976 $

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

165,220 $

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

50,400 $

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

50,400

$

50,400

$

5,472

$

5,700

11,700

$

9,000

$

11,300

$

200

$

200 $

200

-

$

3,500

$

2,000

$

3,500

7,148

$

5,000

$

5,000

$

5,000

125,360 $

85,910

$

120,454

157,982

$

196,554

201,632

$

Transfers
0.00%
Salaries and Wages
25.64%
Miscellaneous
61.28%

Benefits
2.90%

City Attorney’s Office
Mayor and Council

Supplies
5.75%

Outside Services
2.54%

Equipment
Maintenance
0.10%
Utility
1.78%

$140,000
$120,000
$100,000
$80,000
$60,000
$40,000
$20,000
$SALARIES AND
WAGES

2009-10 Actual

BENEFITS

SUPPLIES

2010-11 Adopted

EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE

UTILITY

2010-11 Estimated

OUTSIDE
SERVICES

MISCELLANEOUS

2011-12 Proposed

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FEES AND PERMITS

$

3,090

$

SALE OF GOODS SOLD

$

-

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

3,090

$

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

1,000 $

1,320

$

2,000

- $

-

$

-

1,000 $

1,320

$

2,000

Expenditure Summary by Category

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$

548,101 $

534,374

$

437,173

$

436,802

BENEFITS

$

149,141 $

172,361

$

SUPPLIES

$

13,245

$

20,700

$

172,361

$

161,832

16,524

$

17,950

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

388

$

1,350

$

850

$

1,350

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

105,930 $

144,631

$

84,775

$

118,775

MISCELLANEOUS

$

83,068 $

107,930

$

57,030

$

106,825

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

899,872 $

981,346

$

768,713

$

843,534

Transfers
0.0%

Equipment Maintenance
0.2%
Utility
0.0%

Outside Services
14.1%

Miscellaneous
12.7%

Benefits
19.2%

Supplies
2.1%

75

Capital
0.0%

Salaries and Wages
51.8%

City Attorney’s Office
City Secretary’s Office

Revenue Summary by Category

Expenditure Summary by Organization
FY 2009-10 FY 2010-11 FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$
595,879 $
616,335 $ 472,806 $ 544,203
$
303,993 $
365,011 $ 295,906 $ 299,331
$
899,872 $
981,346 $ 768,713 $ 843,534

0201 Administration
0210 Records Management
TOTAL

City Attorney’s Office
City Secretary’s Office

Records
Management
35%

Administration
65%

$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$Administration
2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

76

Records Management
2010-11 Estimated

2011-12 Proposed

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

589,771

$

512,605

$

573,383

$

384,475

BENEFITS

$

173,117

$

181,991

$

181,991

$

132,711

SUPPLIES

$

16,773 $

18,100

$

11,300

$

13,900

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

-

$

50

$

50

$

25

UTILITY

$

-

$

700

$

700 $

-

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

17,503 $

15,700

$

14,700

$

14,700

MISCELLANEOUS

$

22,849 $

26,750

$

26,750

$

23,450

TRANSFERS

$

-

$

- $

-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

820,013

$

SALARIES AND WAGES

Equipment Maint.
0.0%
Supplies
2.4%

- $
755,896

Miscellaneous
4.1%
Transfers
0.0%

Outside Services
2.6%
Utility
0.0%
Benefits
23.3%

$

808,874

$

569,261

Capital
0.0%

Salaries and Wages
67.5%

$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$SALARIES
AND
WAGES

2009-10 Actual

BENEFITS

SUPPLIES

EQUIPMENT
MAIN.

2010-11 Adopted

UTILITY

OUTSIDE
SERVICES

2010-11 Estimated

77

MISC.

TRANSFERS

2011-12 Proposed

City Attorney’s Office
City Manager’s Office

Expenditure Summary by Category

Revenue Summary by Category—General Fund
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
FEES AND PERMITS
COST REIMBURSEMENTS
SALE OF GOODS
TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$
$
$
$
$

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

43,500 $
5,455 $
- $
657,239 $
706,194 $

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

37,000 $
15,500 $
- $
- $
52,500 $

39,500
9,000
48,500

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
$
$
$
$

44,500
10,000
54,500

Expenditure Summary by Category—General Fund
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

City Attorney’s Office
Financial Services

Supplies
1%

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 1,914,854 $ 1,864,113 $ 1,614,808 $
$
600,599 $
655,234 $
538,532 $
$
36,377 $
65,750 $
52,900 $
$
1,774 $
2,906 $
2,381 $
$
570,058 $
581,719 $
596,179 $
$
55,937 $
79,840 $
68,827 $
$ 3,179,600 $ 3,249,562 $ 2,873,627 $

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Equipment
Maintenance
0.1%

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

Outside Services
23%
Benefits
20%

78

Salaries and
Wages
56%

1,461,621
531,759
32,000
2,406
596,782
8,150
2,632,718

ORG
0801
0802
0803
0805
0811
0814
0821
0870
0871
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Accounting
Budget and Compensation
Revenue and Debt
Administration
Tax Administration
Collections
Purchasing
Benefits
Risk

Benefits
19%

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
$ 1,082,416 $ 1,090,743 $
930,654
$
505,780 $
476,225 $
194,038
$
118,782 $
676,139 $
679,601
$
200,732 $
217,154 $
276,317
$
609,411 $
0 $
$
20,067 $
92,392 $
93,325
$
13 $
- $
$
- $
454,315 $
455,599
$
642,398 $
242,594 $
244,094
$ 3,179,600 $ 3,249,562 $ 2,873,627

Risk
9%

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 858,265
$
$ 692,171
$ 272,478
$
$
93,256
$
$ 474,881
$ 241,667
$ 2,632,718

Accounting
34%

Revenue and Debt
27%

Finance
Administration
11%

$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$-

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

2010-11 Estimated

79

2011-12 Proposed

City Attorney’s Office
Financial Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization—General Fund

Expenditure Summary by Category—System Fund

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUC. MAINT.
EQUIP. MAINT.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
TRANSFERS
OTHER CAPITAL
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 1,216,415 $ 1,344,712 $ 1,173,609 $
1,393,070
$
414,411 $
492,885 $
435,231 $
536,279
$
383,990 $
330,700 $
354,260 $
344,200
$
1,630 $
- $
8,361 $
$
109,365 $
107,820 $
105,218 $
106,795
$
- $
- $
- $
$
211,334 $
233,890 $
243,792 $
273,740
$
1,040 $
4,930 $
573 $
1,315
$
14,674 $
29,674 $
29,674 $
21,674
$
- $
18,400 $
18,400 $
$ 2,352,858 $ 2,563,011 $ 2,369,118 $
2,677,073

Equipment Outside Services
Maintenance
10%
4%

Transf ers
1%
Salaries and
Wages
52%

Supplies
13%

City Attorney’s Office
Financial Services

Benef its
20%

$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$-

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

80

2010-11 Estimated

2011-12 Proposed

ORG
0802
0812
0813
0814
0815
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
SUMMARY
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
Budget
$
- $
74,264
Business Services
$
224,866 $
287,469
Customer Relations $
325,291 $
306,562
Collections
$
597,436 $
664,728
Utility Billing
$
1,108,449 $
1,229,987
$
2,256,042 $
2,563,011

Budget
3%

Utility Billing
45%

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
12,794 $
81,355
$
288,069 $
317,464
$
336,589 $
379,802
$
585,003 $
686,504
$ 1,146,664 $
1,211,948
$ 2,369,118 $
2,677,073

Business
Services
12%

Customer
Relations
14%

Collections
26%

$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$Budget
2009-10 Actual

Business
Services

2010-11 Adopted

Customer
Relations

Collections

2010-11 Estimated

81

Utility Billing

2011-12 Proposed

City Attorney’s Office
Financial Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization—System Fund

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAIN.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISC.
TRANSFERS

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

283,963 $
88,279 $
- $
- $
- $
- $
314 $
- $

366,532
128,015
25,550
75
143,650
175,380
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

452,413 $
86,629 $
29,730 $
- $
- $
21,500 $
21,700 $
- $

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

372,556

839,202

$

611,972

Miscellaneous
8%

$

$

443,553
149,245
31,250
75
446,900
90,740
1,161,763

Transfers
0%

Outside Services
39%

Salaries and Wages
37%

City Attorney’s Office
Strategic Services

Benefits
13%

Equipment
Maintenance
0.01%

Utility
0%

Supplies
2.7%

$500,000
$450,000
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$SALARIES
AND WAGES

BENEFITS

2009-10 Actual

SUPPLIES

EQUIPMENT
MAIN.

2010-11 Adopted

82

UTILITY

OUTSIDE
SERVICES

2010-11 Estimated

MISC.

TRANSFERS

2011-12 Proposed

ORG
0901
0904
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Budget
Management Operating

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
$
372,556
$
372,556

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
$
839,202
$
839,202

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$
220,107
$
391,865
$
611,972

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
201,659
$
960,104
$
1,161,763

Budget
16%

Management
Operating
84%

$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$-

Budget

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

Management Operating

2010-11 Estimated

83

2011-12 Proposed

City Attorney’s Office
Strategic Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 66,525,550 $ 70,226,475 $ 69,916,662 $ 70,622,812
$ 44,359,183 $ 44,615,000 $ 46,182,244 $ 46,199,147
$ 16,688,577 $ 18,506,950 $ 17,696,579 $ 17,390,500
$
332,678 $
360,267 $
359,115 $
350,163
$
105,049 $
107,500 $
110,125 $
106,500
$
94,549 $
94,532 $
94,532 $
94,532
$ 1,419,178 $ 2,033,160 $ 1,523,677 $ 1,393,600
$ 11,450,850 $ 10,262,918 $ 13,022,893 $ 8,845,280
$ 140,975,615 $ 146,206,802 $ 148,905,827 $ 145,002,534

AD VALOREM TAXES
SALES TAX
FRANCHISE FEES
COST REIMBURSEMENTS
SALE OF GOODS
USE OF CITY FACILITIES
MISCELLANEOUS
TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Sales Tax
32%

City Attorney’s Office
Non-departmental

Ad Valorem Taxes
49%

Franchise Fees
12%

Transfers from Other
Funds
Miscellaneous
6%
1%

Cost
Reimbursements
0.2%
Sale of Goods
0.07%
Use of City Facilities
0.1%

Expenditure Summary by Category

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$

BENEFITS

$

1,896

$

SUPPLIES

$

91,608

UTILITY

$

5,401,133 $
2,402,800 $

734,271

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

$

- $ (1,418,860) $
$

115,900

440,400

$

98,900

4,700,000 $

4,980,000

$

4,845,000

2,477,144 $

2,299,594

$

2,411,144

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

$ 10,881,508 $

9,916,150

TRANSFERS

$

5,951,349 $

CAPITAL

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 23,772,563

189,964

84

$

31,852
(340,000)

$

MISCELLANEOUS

4,803,653 $

-

- $

-

$ 22,475,954

$ 13,237,152
$

$ 12,787,224

7,569,458

$

6,865,962

22,640

$

-

$ 28,549,243

$ 26,700,082

SALARIES AND WAGES
0.1%

SUPPLIES
0.4%
UTILITY
18.1%

TRANSFERS
26.1%

OUTSIDE SERVICES
9.0%

MISCELLANEOUS
45.0%

Expenditure Summary by Organization

1001 Non-Departmental
1003 Transportation Summit
TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 23,071,672
$
700,891
$ 23,772,563

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 21,600,429
$
875,525
$ 22,475,954

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 27,676,718 $ 25,824,557
$
872,525 $
875,525
$ 28,549,243 $ 26,700,082

Millions

$30
$25
$20
$15
$10
$5
$0

Non-Departmental
2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

Transportation Summit
2010-11 Estimated

85

City Attorney’s Office
Non-departmental

Expenditure Summary by Category (cont.)

2011-12 Proposed

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$

445,333

$

480,472

$

321,059

$

464,246

BENEFITS

$

109,662

$

152,908

$

81,917

$

147,645

SUPPLIES

$

57,242

$

45,500

$

48,200 $

51,850

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

$

905 $

2,075 $

2,000

$

2,100

UTILITY

$

- $

- $

-

$

-

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

211,482

$

212,000

$

231,150

$

235,950

MISCELLANEOUS

$

178,300

$

32,500

$

186,013

$

134,275

TRANSFERS

$

- $

- $

-

$

-

OTHER CAPITAL

$

- $

- $

-

$

-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

870,339

$

1,036,066

1,002,924

$

925,455

Transfers
0%

$

Capital
0%

Miscellaneous
13%
Outside Services
23%

Salaries and Wages
45%

City Attorney’s Office
Performance Office

Benefits
14%

Equipment
Maintenance
0.2%

Supplies
5%

Utility
0%

$500,000
$450,000
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$SALARIES AND
WAGES

BENEFITS

2009-10 Actual

SUPPLIES

EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE

2010-11 Adopted

86

UTILITY

OUTSIDE
SERVICES

2010-11 Estimated

MISC.

TRANSFERS

OTHER
CAPITAL

2011-12 Proposed

ORG
1201
1204
1205
1212
1222
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Budget and Compensation
Administration
Performance Management
Employment/ Compensation
Recruiting & Hiring

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
1,882
$
156,058
$
673,019
$
9,381
$
162,584
$ 1,002,924

FY 2010-11 FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ADOPTED ESTIMATED PROPOSED
$
- $
- $
$
- $
- $
$ 925,455 $
870,339 $
884,386
$
- $
- $
$
- $
- $
151,680
$ 925,455 $
870,339 $ 1,036,066

Recruiting & Hiring
15%

Performance
Management
85%

$1,000,000
$900,000
$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$Budget and
Compensation

Administration

2009-10 Actual

Performance
Management

2010-11 Adopted

Employment/
Compensation

2010-11 Estimated

87

Recruiting & Hiring

2011-12 Proposed

City Attorney’s Office
Performance Office

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

$ 1,429,800 $
$
374,519 $
$
32,465 $
$
- $
$
100,758 $
$
18,954 $
$ 1,956,495 $

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
MAINTENANCE
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISC.
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Outside Services
6%
Equipment Maintenance
0%

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

1,436,264 $
414,699 $
34,000 $
700 $
129,000 $
26,019 $
2,040,682 $

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

1,213,286 $
413,240 $
32,056 $
500 $
122,000 $
17,988 $
1,799,070 $

Miscellaneous
1%

Supplies
1%
Benefits
19%

City Attorney’s Office

Salaries and Wages
73%

$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$SALARIES AND
WAGES

2009-10 Actual

BENEFITS

SUPPLIES

2010-11 Adopted

88

MAINTENANCE

2010-11 Estimated

OUTSIDE
SERVICES

MISC.

2011-12 Proposed

1,367,181
362,572
27,655
700
107,006
11,423
1,876,537

Strategic Goal 9

Associated Departments

 Capital Improvement
Program

 Public Works
 Information Technology
 Water Utilities

Enhance and Sustain Irving’s
Infrastructure Network
City infrastructure represents a vital investment necessary to provide
basic services to the community and will continue to be upgraded to
meet expanding needs. The city is committed to comprehensive
infrastructure planning in order to extend the usable life of current
assets and to maximize the return on future investment. As a result,
the city will work to identify future needs and will take prudent steps
to ensure the city’s future transportation, water, technology systems,
and city facilities, to support the provision of crucial services. The
following strategies are associated with Strategic Goal 9. Strategies
that are in bold are key focus areas for FY 2011-12.
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7

Enhance and sustain the water distribution system
Enhance and sustain the wastewater collection system
Enhance and sustain the water supply system
Provide a safe and efficient transportation system
Expand landfill use and development
Execute the Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Enhance and sustain a comprehensive building maintenance
plan
9.8 Implement a comprehensive master plan for city technology
9.9 Enhance and sustain the drainage system

89

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

FY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

ACTUAL

ADOPTED

ESTIMATED PROPOSED

ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT

$

194,288

$

193,200

$

120,000

$

120,000

COST REIMBURSEMENTS

$

10,813

$

8,000

$

8,000

$

5,500

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

$

137,351

$

269,251

$

104,000

$

104,000

REVENUE TOTAL

$

342,452

$

470,451

$

232,000

$

229,500

CapitalUtilities
Improvement
Water
Program

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

FY 2010-11

ACTUAL

ADOPTED

ESTIMATED PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$ 4,433,199

$ 4,287,758

$ 3,331,394

$ 3,640,286

BENEFITS

$ 1,297,226

$ 1,492,110

$ 1,492,110

$ 1,512,390

SUPPLIES

$

173,663

$

132,492

$

140,650

$

138,892

STRUCTURE MAINT.

$

384,484

$

453,000

$

403,000

$

425,000

EQUIPMENT MAINT.

$

119,801

$

129,675

$

134,230

$

121,394

UTILITY

$

2,640

$

1,000

$

1,000

$

1,000

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

145,483

$

207,777

$

206,328

$

214,828

MISCELLANEOUS

$

7,979

$

28,905

$

19,365

$

16,155

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 6,564,474

Structure
Maintenance
7%

Equipment
Maintenance
2%

$ 6,732,716

Outside Services
4%

$ 5,728,077

Miscellaneous
0%

Supplies
2%
Salaries and
Wages
60%

Benefits
25%

90

FY 2011-12

$ 6,069,945

ORG

ACCOUNT

FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

FY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

SUMMARY

ACTUAL

ADOPTED

ESTIMATED

PROPOSED

1902 CIP Admin

$

539,064

$

582,929

$

597,066 $

406,616

1910 Project Mgmt

$

1,379,069

$

1,791,890

$

1,467,362

$

1,648,569

1930 Surveying

$

356,859

$

225,705

$

74,122

$

5,319

1942 Building Maintenance

$

2,818,801

$

3,134,672

$

2,764,531

$

3,275,932

1943 Facilities Development

$

- $

-

$

-

1970 Inspections
TOTAL

479,907 $

$

990,775

$

997,520

$

$

6,564,474

$

6,732,716

$

Inspections
12%

824,995 $
5,728,077

$

733,508
6,069,945

CIP Admin
7%
Project Mgmt
27%

Building
Maintenance
54%

Surveying
0%

$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$-

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

91

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

Water
CapitalUtilities
Improvement
Program

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

COST REIMBURSEMENTS

$

46,606

$

42,000

$

45,000

$

45,000

REVENUE TOTAL

$

47,734

$

42,000

$

45,000

$

45,000

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUCTURE MAINT.
EQUIPMENT MAINT.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
OTHER CAPITAL

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

4,023,207 $
1,341,568 $
44,229 $
1,575,026 $
722,741 $
10 $
8,405 $
8,792 $
5,102 $

3,917,482 $
1,500,953 $
52,775 $
1,479,000 $
765,675 $
10,500 $
14,450 $
14,890 $
- $

2,886,838
1,500,953
50,625
1,429,000
765,675
1,100
11,450
13,390
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

3,146,565
1,402,346
54,125
1,503,500
924,444
800
16,950
10,390
-

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

7,729,080 $

7,755,725 $

6,659,031 $

7,059,121

Outside Services
0%
Equipment
Maintenance
13%

Water Utilities
Public Works

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

Miscellaneous
0.1%
Transfer Charges
0%
Salaries and
Wages
45%

Structure
Maintenance
21%
Benefits
20%
Supplies
1%

92

ORG
1822
2111
2121
2131
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Field Operations
Traffic Administration
Traffic Signal
Traffic Operations

Traffic Signal
13%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$
4,509,610
$
835,678
$
1,141,815
$
1,241,976
$
7,729,080

FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
4,472,254 $
3,875,040 $
4,079,472
$
757,548 $
788,071 $
864,412
$
1,186,754 $
948,473 $
937,979
$
1,339,170 $
1,047,447 $
1,177,257
$
7,755,725 $
6,659,031 $
7,059,121

Traffic Ops
17%
Field Ops
58%

Traffic Admin
12%

$5,000,000
$4,500,000
$4,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$Field Operations

Traffic Admin

Traffic Signal

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL
FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

Traffic Ops

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED
FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

93

Water Utilities
Public Works

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
OTHER CAPITAL
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 2,482,284
$ 705,312
$
28,498
$ 1,264,516
$ 1,382,863
$ 852,869
$
25,781
$ 143,202
$ 6,885,324

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 2,440,500
$ 757,044
$
56,775
$ 1,474,439
$ 1,557,582
$ 1,417,288
$
21,495
$
$ 7,725,124

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 2,193,131
$ 830,041
$
60,700
$ 1,448,795
$ 1,556,082
$ 1,404,988
$
18,795
$
$ 7,512,532

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 2,180,343
$ 851,407
$
51,560
$ 1,322,196
$ 1,533,160
$ 1,354,561
$
8,295
$
$ 7,301,522

MISCELLANEOUS
0.11%
OUTSIDE SERVICES
18%

Water Utilities
Information Technology

UTILITY
21%

SALARIES AND
WAGES
30%

EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE
18%

BENEFITS
12%

SUPPLIES
1%
$2,500,000

$2,000,000

$1,500,000

$1,000,000

$500,000

$-

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

94

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY

ORG

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

2310 Administration
2320 Software Services

$
$

3,589,687 $
567,922 $

4,431,736
102,992

$
$

4,397,195 $
50,732 $

4,044,033
108,084

2330 Network Services
2340 Service Desk

$
$

529,211 $
541,009 $

489,782
519,646

$
$

395,526 $
535,364 $

402,097
467,540

2350 Planning
2360 Database
2370 Communications
2352 Print Shop
TOTAL

$
$
$
$
$

537,924
548,899
1,094,145
7,725,124

$
$
$
$
$

188,152
502,258
967,084
6,885,324

$
$
$
$
$

444,636
407,045
1,083,090
198,944
7,512,532

$
$
$
$
$

Communications
15%
Database
Management & GIS
8%

Planning
6%

Administration
57%

Service Desk
7%
I/T Service Desk
6%

Sof tware Services
1%

$4,500,000
$4,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$-

FY 2009-10 ACTUAL

FY 2010-11 ADOPTED

FY 2010-11 ESTIMATED

95

FY 2011-12 PROPOSED

463,991
544,255
1,092,673
178,850
7,301,522

Water Utilities
Information Technology

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

$ 72,071,151

$ 79,258,341 $ 78,910,274

$ 82,737,953

MISCELLANEOUS INCOME

$

3,426,979

$ 4,120,540

$ 4,017,107

$ 3,220,540

INTEREST

$

56,963

$

$

TRANSFERS IN

$

17,923

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 75,573,016

750,000

- $

26,070 $
-

$ 84,128,881 $ 82,953,451

$

57,382
-

$ 86,015,875

Expenditure Summary by Category
excluding Customer Services

Water Utilities

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUCTURE MAINT.
EQUIPMENT MAINT.
UTILITY
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
TRANSFER CHARGES
LAND
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
OTHER CAPITAL

$ 6,429,526
$ 2,020,046
$
859,215
$
410,263
$ 1,132,689
$ 4,065,513
$ 27,109,490
$
(960,386)
$ 31,133,083
$
$ 1,162,136
$
445,404

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 73,806,978

$ 81,823,232 $ 74,263,636

96

6,872,293 $ 5,156,431
2,292,486 $ 2,292,486
1,645,615 $
777,321
985,000 $
372,100
1,364,123 $ 1,246,573
5,099,975 $ 3,815,292
26,889,165 $ 23,621,310
3,024,021 $ 2,851,606
31,542,705 $ 32,961,579
- $
1,210,000 $
586,088
897,850 $
582,850

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

6,676,225
2,220,632
1,536,585
1,005,000
1,491,418
5,225,298
28,350,182
583,810
35,926,552
323,100

$ 83,338,802

excluding Customer Services
ORG
3204
3206
3211
3221
3231
3251
3271
3281
3291
2360
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Non-Operational
Admin.
Environ. Compliance
Lake Chapman
Pumping
Distribution
WW Collection
Purchases
WW Treatment
Information Technology

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
24,606,535
1,711,627
960,348
3,302,728
3,264,919
7,544,324
6,251,420
12,079,647
14,001,895
22,868
73,806,978

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
28,137,662
2,010,266
975,156
4,457,785
4,472,744
9,932,423
6,325,718
10,735,050
14,664,000
112,426
81,823,232

Lake Chapman
Water Distribution
6%
13%
Water Pumping
Environmental
4%
Compliance
1%
Administration
2%

FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
28,035,329 $
28,588,530
$
1,278,229 $
1,891,228
$
772,211 $
1,037,209
$
3,477,215 $
4,523,887
$
2,560,812 $
3,330,937
$
9,912,949 $
10,652,357
$
5,038,405 $
6,361,746
$
9,498,077 $
11,906,782
$
13,577,983 $
14,900,000
$
112,426 $
76,797
$
74,263,636 $
83,338,802

Wastewater
Collection
8%

Water Purchases
14%

Non-Operational
34%

Wastewater
Treatment
18%

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

$-

F Y 2009-10 A CTU A L

F Y 2010-11 A D O P TE D

F Y 2010-11 E S TIM A TE D

97

F Y 2011-12 P RO P O S E D

Water Utilities

Expenditure Summary by Organization

98

Strategic Goal 10

Associated Departments

Become a Successful,
Environmentally
Sustainable Community

 Solid Waste Services
 Municipal Drainage Utility
 Public Works Admin
 Fleet Services

Environmental quality is a key component of the overall quality of life for
people, however Irving faces several challenges in keeping its local
quality at a high level. Air quality in Dallas - Ft. Worth is below Federallymandated standards. The energy requirements to support our modern
lifestyle are incredible. Humans produce a large amount of trash during
the course of everyday life. Potable water is growing increasingly hard to
find in the volumes required by an expanding commercial and residential
population base. There is a limited supply of undeveloped land. It is
important that the city determine how to provide sufficient developable
land, water, sanitation facilities, and electrical power to the future
population while continuing to work with other cities in the region to
address quality issues. The following strategies are associated with
Strategic Goal 10.
10.1 Promote energy efficiency throughout the city
10.2 Improve the environment as it relates to air quality
10.3 Promote water conservation and the informed use of water to
minimize waste
10.4 Improve refuse collection and recycling service
10.5 Promote environmentally sustainable behavior through educational
and outreach programs
10.6 Ensure community compliance with environmental regulatory
requirements

Revenue Summary by Category

SANITATION
SALE OF GOODS
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 10,467,049
$
15,992
$
$ 10,483,041

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 10,596,787
$
50,000
$
$ 10,646,787

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 10,616,787
$
50,000
$
$ 10,666,787

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 10,563,300
$
150,000
$
$ 10,713,300

Public Works Admin
Solid Waste Services

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES AND WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
TRANSFERS
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 3,392,701
$ 1,227,967
$
39,035
$
14,760
$ 1,536,354
$ 584,390
$
6,996
$ 4,190,944
$ 10,993,147

$ 3,367,573
$ 1,281,828
$
99,734
$
17,950
$ 1,728,591
$
731,512
$
244,540
$ 4,251,310
$ 11,723,039

$ 3,128,349
$ 1,276,762
$
31,675
$
15,000
$ 1,377,894
$
561,100
$
240,699
$ 4,051,310
$ 10,682,789

$ 3,336,616
$ 1,343,806
$
74,040
$
2,500
$ 1,130,604
$
742,000
$
256,097
$ 3,646,691
$ 10,532,353

Transfers
34%

Salaries and Wages
32%
Benefits
13%

Miscellaneous
Services
2%
Outside
Services
6%

Equipment
Maintenance
11%

100

Structure
Maintenance
0.02%

Supplies
1%

Solid Waste
Disposal
20%

Administration
37%

Solid Waste
Collections
43%

ACCOUNT
FY 2009-10
ORG
SUMMARY
ACTUAL
0606 Administration
$ 4,203,095
0612 Solid Waste Collectio $ 4,768,310
0631 Solid Waste Disposa $ 2,021,742
TOTAL
$ 10,993,147

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 4,346,083
$ 5,124,718
$ 2,252,238
$ 11,723,039

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 4,155,561
$ 4,507,624
$ 2,019,604
$ 10,682,789

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 3,911,827
$ 4,538,366
$ 2,082,160
$ 10,532,353

$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$Administration

2009-10 Actual

Solid Waste
Collection

2010-11 Adopted

Solid Waste
Disposal

2010-11 Estimated
101

2011-12 Proposed

Public Works Admin
Solid Waste Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category

DRAINAGE FEES
INTEREST
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ACTUAL
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$ 4,726,000 $ 4,726,000 $ 4,926,000 $ 5,200,000
$
20,000 $
20,000 $
10,000 $
10,000
$ 4,746,000 $ 4,746,000 $ 4,936,000 $ 5,210,000

Public Works Admin
Municipal Drainage Utility

Expenditure Summary by Category

SALARIES & WAGES
BENEFITS
SUPPLIES
STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
UTILITIES
OUTSIDE SERVICES
MISC. SERVICES
TRANSFERS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
OTHER CAPITAL
DEPARTMENT TOTAL

Outside
Services
8%
Miscellaneous
Services
8%
Equipment
Maintenance
4%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 1,871,513
584,828
$
$
35,333
$ 1,357,112
$
140,572
$
$
256,649
$
5,416
$
595,330
654,435
$
$
47,320
$ 5,548,508

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 1,617,167
$
593,298
$
82,025
$
494,000
$
171,264
$
$
397,409
$
16,965
$
449,136
$ 1,062,118
$
$ 4,883,382

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 1,769,705
$
625,522
$
50,950
$
494,000
$
141,731
$
$
299,045
$
16,965
$
449,136
$
700,000
$
$ 4,547,054

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 1,850,210
$
552,170
$
62,515
$ 1,266,000
$
175,656
$
$
393,993
12,915
$
$
656,628
$
$
$ 4,970,087

Miscellaneous
Services
0.26%
Transfers
13%
Structure
Maintenance
26%

Salaries
37%
Benefits
11%

Supplies
1%

102

Water
Utilities
8%

Environmental
Stewardship
3%

KIB
3%
MDU
Inspections
2%

Engineering
20%
Administration
32%

Streets
23%

ACCOUNT
ORG
SUMMARY
4110 Administration
4120 Engineering
4130 Streets
4140 Water Utilities
4180 Environmental Stewardship
1150 KIB
1160 MDU Inspections
0770 Litter Control
TOTAL

Litter
Control
9%

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 1,774,301
$ 1,484,694
$ 1,278,427
$
202,793
$
132,535
$
145,007
$
78,668
$
452,083
$ 5,548,508

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$
841,010
$ 1,780,593
$
988,454
$
366,806
$
142,054
$
146,189
$
83,188
$
535,088
$ 4,883,382

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 841,010
$ 1,422,155
$ 1,241,177
$ 223,012
$ 138,299
$ 147,923
$
82,839
$ 450,638
$ 4,547,054

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 1,597,005
$ 996,147
$ 1,163,066
$ 381,356
$ 143,305
$ 143,649
$
81,473
$ 464,085
$ 4,970,087

$1,800,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$Adm in istration

En gin eering

Streets

2009-10 Actual

Water Utilities

2010-11 Adopted

En viron m ental
Stewardsh ip

2010-11 Estimated

103

KIB

2011-12 Proposed

MDU
In spection s

Litter Con trol

Public Works Admin
Municipal Drainage Utility

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Expenditure Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

SALARIES AND WAGES

$ 1,287,629

$ 1,324,180

BENEFITS

$

SUPPLIES

$

EQUIPMENT MAINT.

$

UTILITY

$

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

MISC.

$

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 2,198,529

338,102 $

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$

820,818 $

1,434,982

414,478

$

320,437

$

436,943

$

20,900

$

18,791

$

16,700

171,924 $

185,435

$

172,565

$

128,577

$

-

$

-

$

-

344,853 $

300,406

$

358,673

$

139,906

90,550

$

50,250

$

43,875

1,741,534 $

2,200,983

16,091
22
39,907

$

$ 2,335,949 $

Miscellaneous
Equipment Outside Services
2%
6%
Maintenance
6%

Public Works Admin

Supplies
1%

Benef its
20%

Salaries and Wages
65%

$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$-

2009-10 Actual

2010-11 Adopted

104

2010-11 Estimated

2011-12 Proposed

3001
3021
3032
3060
3070
3080
TOTAL

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
Administration
$
693,182
Purchasing
$
406,558
HVAC
$
744,131
Auto Parts Room
$
65,787
Warehouse
$
230,782
58,089
Environmemtal Stewardship $
$ 2,198,529

FY 2010-11
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
ADOPTED
ESTIMATED
PROPOSED
$
769,160 $
689,221 $
628,890
$
458,076 $
208,205 $
651,937
$
609,927 $
515,529 $
547,002
$
71,661 $
67,057 $
68,762
$
278,158 $
135,824 $
172,636
$
148,968 $
125,698 $
131,756
$ 2,335,949 $
1,741,534 $
2,200,983

Environmemtal
Stewardship
6%

Warehouse
8%
Auto Parts Room
3%
HVAC
25%

Administration
28%
Purchasing
30%

$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$-

2009-10 Actuall

2010-11 Adopted

2010-11 Estimated

105

2011-12 Proposed

Public Works Admin

Expenditure Summary by Organization

Revenue Summary by Category
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 6,688,701

$ 6,344,187

$ 7,428,875

COST REIMBURSEMENTS

$

5,857,974

MISCELLANEOUS

$

4,087

$

4,000 $

4,757

$

4,000

TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND $

155,000

$

- $

-

$

-

$

6,017,061

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$ 6,692,701

$ 6,348,944

$ 7,432,875

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED

Expenditure Summary by Category

Public Works Admin
Fleet Services

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
SALARIES AND WAGES

$

870,581

$

931,352

$

795,850 $

922,570

BENEFITS

$

316,800

$

375,579

$

313,339 $

356,369

SUPPLIES

$

49,577 $

61,370

$

PARTS & OUTSIDE WORK

$

70,300 $

95,409

$

92,333 $

UTILITY

$

13,851 $

23,800

$

15,870

OUTSIDE SERVICES

$

176,850 $

19,000

$

MISC.

$

9,360

$

5,935

$

TRANSFERS

$

17,601 $

10,601

CAPITAL

$

165,185

DEPARTMENT TOTAL

$

6,275,866

Benef its
4%

$ 5,169,655

$

Parts and Outside
Work
80%

106

47,440

$ 6,393,063
166,942

$

20,100

23,503

$

58,120

10,000

$

5,435

$

10,601

$

10,601

- $

-

$

-

$ 6,692,701

Supplies
1%

$ 5,217,410

$

EQUIPMENT MAINT.

Outside Services
1%
Salaries and Wages
12%
Equipment
Maintenance
2%

4,585,761

47,872

$

$ 6,526,778

$ 7,980,640

ORG
4012
4022
4042
4072
TOTAL

ACCOUNT
SUMMARY
Administration
Light Equipment
Heavy Equipment
Service

FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
$ 2,009,371
$
528,960
$ 1,221,528
$ 2,516,007
$ 6,275,866

Service
69%

FY 2010-11
ADOPTED
$ 2,100,720
$
396,825
$ 1,277,189
$ 2,917,967
$ 6,692,701

FY 2010-11
ESTIMATED
$ 2,011,333
$
328,460
$ 1,110,113
$ 3,076,872
$ 6,526,778

FY 2011-12
PROPOSED
$ 2,455,755
$
$
$ 5,524,885
$ 7,980,640

Administration
31%

$6,000,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$Administration

2009-10 Actual

Light Equipment

Heavy Equipment

2010-11 Adopted

107

2010-11 Estimated

Service

2011-12 Proposed

Public Works Admin
Fleet Services

Expenditure Summary by Organization

108

BUDGET SUMMARIES
FUND SUMMARIES
OTHER WATER FUNDS

109

CITY OF IRVING

New Lien Water and Sewer Reserve Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

6,246,526

$

6,318,546

$

6,270,493

$

6,295,493

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

23,967

$

126,371

$

25,000

$

25,000

Total Revenues

$

23,967

$

126,371

$

25,000

$

25,000

Total Funds Available

$

6,270,493

$

6,444,917

$

6,295,493

$

6,320,493

Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

6,270,493

$

Fund Description:

To account for funds accumulated in
accordance with the New Lien Water
and Sewer Revenue Bond, which
requires a balance be maintained in
an equal amount to the greater of
50% of the average annual debt
service or 33.3% of the maximum
annual debt service. The money in
this fund is restricted to payment of
debt service in the event there is not
a sufficient amount available for this
purpose in New Lien Interest and
Sinking Fund.

110

6,444,917

$

6,295,493

$

6,320,493

CITY OF IRVING

Water and Sewer Reserve Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

4,678,170

$

-

$

12,192

$

12,192

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

16,769

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

16,769

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

4,694,939

$

-

$

12,192

$

12,192

Transfer to W&S Non Bond CIP

$

4,682,747

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

4,682,747

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

12,192

$

-

$

12,192

$

12,192

Fund Description:
To account for funds accumulated in
accordance with the Water and Sewer
Revenue Bond covenants to have a balance
at least equal to the maximum annual
principal and interest payments on the bonds
2002-03.
outstanding and issued prior to FY 2002
03.
The money in this fund is restricted to
payment of debt service in the event there is
not a sufficient amount available for this
purpose in the Interest and Sinking Fund. In
FY 2009-10, the last of the senior lien debt
was retired. The residual balance in this fund
was transferred to Water & Sewer Non-Bond
CIP to finance capital projects.

111

CITY OF IRVING

Water and Sewer Contingency Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

200,116

$

202,110

$

200,880

$

201,680

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

764

$

4,042

$

800

$

800

Total Revenues

$

764

$

4,042

$

800

$

800

Total Funds Available

$

200,880

$

206,152

$

201,680

$

202,480

Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

200,880

$

206,152

$

201,680

$

202,480

Fund Description:
To account for funds accumulated as required by the Water and Sewer Revenue Bond
covenants to have a balance at least equal to the sum of 1% of the first $10,000,000 of
3/4 of 1% of the second $10,000,000 of outstanding
1/2 of
outstanding
g bonds, plus
p
g bonds, plus
p
1% of the third $10,000,000 of outstanding bonds, plus 1/4 of 1% of the bonds outstanding in
excess of $30,000,000 for all series prior to 2001. The money in this fund is restricted to pay
the cost of any repairs or replacements to the System necessitated by an emergency and for
the payment of debt service in the event there is not a sufficient amount available for this
purpose in the Interest and Sinking Fund or the Reserve Fund. The covenants of the New Lien
Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds do not require continuation of this fund and as the Water and
Sewer Revenue Bonds are paid or refunded, this fund will be eliminated.

112

CITY OF IRVING

Water Resources Development Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

615,690

$

269,798

$

654,357

$

654,657

Revenues
Transfer from Water/Sewer System
Interest on Investments

$

500,000
257

$

850,000
5,396

$

850,000
300

$

850,000
300

Total Revenues

$

500,257

$

855,396

$

850,300

$

850,300

Total Funds Available

$

1,115,947

$

1,125,194

Expenditures
Transfers to Water & Sewer System
Outside Services

$

461,590

$

Total Expenditures

$

461,590

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

654,357

Fund Description:

Established in FY 2003-04 to set aside
funds to explore future water
resources and includes a transfer from
the Water and Sewer System Fund.
Current development efforts include
expansion of pipeline for Lake
Chapman;Utilization of excess Right of
way on Lake Chapman pipeline.
Acquisition of water rights for Lake
Hugo Oklahoma & acquisition of Right
of way from Lake Hugo to Lake
Chapman.

113

$ 1,504,657

$ 1,504,957

850,000

$

850,000

$

850,000

$

850,000

$

850,000

$

850,000

$

275,194

$

654,657

$

654,957

CITY OF IRVING

Lake Chapman Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

18,623

$

700

$

700

$

700

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

18,623

$

700

$

700

$

700

Expenditures
Transfer to Water and Sewer System

$

17,923

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

17,923

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

700

$

700

$

700

$

700

Fund Description:
This fund was created to track revenues
and expenditures related to the creation of
the Lake Chapman reservoir and the costs
of construction of the water supply pipeline
from Lake Chapman to Lake Lewisville.
Lewisville
The pipeline was completed in FY 200304. All operational and miscellaneous
expenditures from Lake Chapman and the
pipeline are paid from the System Fund.
This fund will be used to account for future
maintenance and system expansion
projects.

114

CITY OF IRVING

Lake Chapman Reserve Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

$

644,550

$

646,050

$

1,500

$

1,500

$

543,092

Revenues
Transfer from Water/Sewer System
Interest on Investments

$

100,000
1,458

Total Revenues

$

101,458

$

4,000

$

1,500

$

1,500

Total Funds Available

$

644,550

$

649,985

$

646,050

$

647,550

Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

Fund Description:

This fund was established in FY 20032003
04 to allow for an annual transfer from
the Water and Sewer System Fund to
cover any major repairs along the
pipeline as necessary.

115

645,985

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

644,550

$

2010-11
ESTIMATED

4,000

$

649,985

$

646,050

$

647,550

116

BUDGET SUMMARIES
FUND SUMMARIES
HOTEL OCCUPANCY
TAX FUNDS

117

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
General Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

2,806,407

$

3,035,134

$

3,461,948

$

3,644,172

$

5,004,408
3,244
148
147,000
662,656
3,732
47,942

$

4,997,554
666,218
250,000
3,000
17,500

$

5,374,842
666,218
250,000
3,000
17,500

$

5,248,035
3,000
6,000

Total Revenue

$

5,869,131

$

5,934,272

$

6,311,560

$

5,257,035

Total Funds Available

$

8,675,538

$

8,969,406

$

9,773,508

$

8,901,207

$

1,741,501
434,729
87,174
46,494
38,117
970,653
1,368,289
483,939
42,694

$

1,858,942
498,361
76,775
49,500
32,925
2,028,604
1,501,150
-

$

1,858,942
498,361
73,125
45,750
38,095
2,105,854
1,509,210
-

$

1,693,621
346,861
70,635
45,000
9,550
810,314
2,745,359
175,860
12,500

Total Expenditures

$

5,213,590

$

6,046,256

$

6,129,336

$

5,909,700

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

3,461,948

$

2,923,150

$

3,644,172

$

2,991,507

Revenues
Hotel/Motel Tax
Hotel Tax P&I
Hotel Tax - Prior Years
Transfer from ICVB Reserve Fund
Transfer from CCC Fund
Transfer from ICVB Building Fund
Interest on Investments
Miscellaneous Revenue

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Transfers
Capital

Fund Description:
This is the principal operating fund of the
Convention and Visitors Bureau.
It accounts for all salary and benefits costs for the
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau as well as all
other operating costs associated with the Bureau,
with the exception of computer replacement.

118

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
Reserve Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

1,465,426

$

1,320,000

$

1,321,251

$

657,233

Revenues
Transfer from ICVB General Fund
Interest on Investments

$

2,825

$

2,200

$

2,200

$

175,860
100

Total Revenue

$

2,825

$

2,200

$

2,200

$

175,960

Total Funds Available

$

1,468,251

$

1,322,200

$

1,323,451

$

833,193

Expenditures
Transfers to ICVB General

$

147,000

$

666,218

$

666,218

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

147,000

$

666,218

$

666,218

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

1,321,251

$

655,982

$

657,233

$

Fund Description:

Funds are reserved for the Bureau's
commitment to the 2011 SuperBowl in
the amount of $200,000. Funds are also
reserved for pre-opening and marketing
expenses for the Convention Center.
Additional funds can be used for
unbudgeted opportunities that arise
during the fiscal year, to balance the
General Fund if necessary, and to fund
unexpected contingencies.

119

833,193

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
Computer Replacement Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

310,226

$

300,576

$

309,744

$

305,094

Revenues
Transfer from ICVB General Fund
Interest on Investments

$

596

$

350

$

350

$

150

Total Revenue

$

596

$

350

$

350

$

150

Total Funds Available

$

310,822

$

300,926

$

310,094

$

305,244

Expenditures
Supplies
Capital

$

1,078
-

$

12,000
-

$

5,000
-

$

16,300
-

Total Expenditures

$

1,078

$

12,000

$

5,000

$

16,300

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

309,744

$

288,926

$

305,094

$

288,944

Fund Description:
This fund is reserved for the replacement of computers,
printers, software systems and other computer-related
equipment for the Convention and Visitors Bureau.

120

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
Building Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

751,876

$

-

Revenues
Transfer from ICVB General Fund
Interest on Investments

$

943

$

-

Total Revenue

$

943

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

752,819

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

22,154
298
57,710
10,000
668,950

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

759,113

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

-

$

-

$

-

Expenditures
Salary and Benefits
Supplies
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Equipment
Transfer to ICVB General Fund

(6,294)

Fund Description:

This fund was designated for activities relating
to the pre-opening promotion (sales and
marketing) of the proposed convention center
by the Convention and Visitors Bureau. This
fund was closed in 2010.

121

$

-

$

-

2011-12
PROPOSED

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
General Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

880,021

$

452,399

$

603,167

$

52,613

Revenues
Charges for Services
$
Interest on Investments
Miscellaneous
Hotel/Motel Taxes
Grant Revenue
Transfer from IAC Art Center
Transfer from IAC Theater Reserve
Transfer from IAC Computer Replacement
Transfer from IAC Theater Equipment Replace
Transfer from IAC Building Acquisition

451,313
535
95,274
1,317,859
2,750
117,864
1,881,294
3,310
160,650
-

$

428,289
710
29,950
1,315,157
1,774,283
70,000
-

$

428,289
214
29,950
1,337,971
2,750
1,899,283
70,000
-

$

455,743
158
109,471
1,381,074
2,750
1,664,380
15,000
43,000

Total Revenues

$

4,030,850

$

3,618,389

$

3,768,457

$

3,671,576

Total Funds Available

$

4,910,871

$

4,070,788

$

4,371,624

$

3,724,189

$

1,385,343
390,152
,
150,282
58,478
24,599
252,563
1,120,905
628,248
77,116
220,018

$

1,332,931
408,055
,
142,039
84,925
42,927
287,601
812,920
595,979
2,116
87,200

$

1,332,931
408,055
,
153,765
149,123
43,102
290,422
1,078,485
667,871
97,116
98,142

$

1,178,344
305,533
,
99,590
86,525
43,557
285,985
843,180
574,539
-

Total Expenditures

$

4,307,704

$

3,796,693

$

4,319,012

$

3,417,253

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

603,167

$

274,095

$

52,613

$

306,935

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers
Land
Equipment

Fund Description:

The General Fund is the main operational fund of the Irving
Arts Center. Of the 7% collected by the City in Hotel
Occupancy Tax, 2% goes to the Convention Center. Of the
remaining 5%, the IAC as a whole receives 35.5%. After
budgeting for quarterly payments to the Interest and Sinking
Fund and the placement of funds in the IAC Theater Reserve
Fund, the IAC General Fund receives a 15% share of the total
Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax revenues collected. Theater
Reserve Funds are used to supplement IAC General Fund
operations if the need arises. Additionally, revenues from
interest, facility rentals, reimbursements, miscellaneous
revenues, and fund transfers are included.

122

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Arts Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-1

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED
$

-

$

118,961

$

-

$

$

110
-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

110

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

119,071

$

-

$

$

-

$

1,114
117,864

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

118,979

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

92

$

-

$

-

$

-

Revenues
Charges for Services
Interest on Investments
Miscellaneous
Transfers from General Fund

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers

Fund Description:
This fund is used primarily for the maintenance, repair,
and accounting functions required for the operation of the
Center. The revenue stream includes rent from tenant
(Irving Arts Center), utility reimbursements from these
tenants, and rentals of the meeting rooms to various
groups and organizations. Utility reimbursements are
established by a percentage of total space occupied.
Fund to close FY2010.

123

92

92

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Theater Reserve Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-1

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,430,922

$

406,219

$

821,020

$

717,323

$

1,279
1,524,503
-

$

1,524
1,520,061
300,000

$

548
1,557,331
300,000

$

435
1,627,723
82,434

Total Revenues

$

1,525,782

$

1,821,585

$

1,857,879

$

1,710,592

Total Funds Available

$

2,956,704

$

2,227,804

$

2,678,899

$

2,427,915

$

60,980
1,881,294
93,409
100,000

$

60,802
1,774,283
-

$

62,293
1,899,283
-

$

65,109
1,664,380
-

Total Expenditures

$

2,135,683

$

1,835,085

$

1,961,576

$

1,729,489

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

821,020

$

392,719

$

717,323

$

698,426

Revenues
Interest on Investments
Hotel/Motel Taxes
Transfers from Genghis Khan Fund

Expenditures
Miscellaneous
Transfers to IAC General Fund
Transfers to Theater Equip Replacement Fund
Transfers to Genghis Khan Fund

Fund Description:
This fund was established in FY85-86. It serves
as a holding account from which to pay interest
and principal payments on bond debt service in
the event the Hotel/Motel Tax falls short of
projections. It serves two other functions: (1) to
supplement the General Fund for building
operation costs, and (2) to set up the Theater
Equipment Replacement Fund in FY91-92 for the
replacement of major equipment, furniture, and
fixtures in the Carpenter Performance Hall,
Dupree Theater, Rehearsal Hall, and Commons
Theater. Revenues for this fund come from
Hotel/Motel Tax and interest on investments.

124

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Computer Replacement Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-1

$

138,323

$

83,274

$

137,401

$

139,720

Revenues
Interest on Investments
Transfer from IAC General Fund

$

272
2,116

$

144,228
2,116

$

203
2,116

$

159
-

Total Revenues

$

2,388

$

146,344

$

2,319

$

159

Total Funds Available

$

140,711

$

229,618

$

139,720

$

139,879

Expenditures
Transfers to IAC General Fund

$

3,310

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

3,310

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

137,401

$

Fund Description:

This fund was established in FY90-91 by
City Council ordinance to set aside
monies for the replacement of computer
equipment. Monies for this fund are
obtained by transfers made out of the
IAC General Fund. Transfers to this
fund are based on a straight-line
depreciation schedule.

125

229,618

$

139,720

$

139,879

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Theater Equipment Replacement Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-1

$

152,815

$

86,560

$

85,749

$

Revenues
Interest on Investments
Transfer from IAC Theater Reserve

$

175
93,409

$

160
-

$

81
-

$

Total Revenues

$

93,584

$

160

$

81

$

10

Total Funds Available

$

246,399

$

86,720

$

85,830

$

15,840

Expenditures
Transfers to IAC General Fund

$

160,650

$

70,000

$

70,000

$

15,000

Total Expenditures

$

160,650

$

70,000

$

70,000

$

15,000

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

85,749

$

16,720

$

15,830

$

840

Fund Description:

This fund was established in FY 1991-92 by the
Irving Arts Board to set aside monies for the
replacement of major theater equipment, furniture,
and fixtures in the Carpenter Performance Hall,
Dupree Theater, Rehearsal Hall, and Suite 200.
Monies for this fund are obtained by transfers
made out of the Theater Reserve Fund. Transfers
will continue to be made until the fund balance
reaches $500,000. Transfers to this fund are
based on a straight-line depreciation schedule.

126

15,830

10
-

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Building Acquisition Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-1

$

942,945

$

20,092

$

43,763

$

43,790

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

818

$

1,143

$

27

$

21

Total Revenues

$

818

$

1,143

$

27

$

21

Total Funds Available

$

943,763

$

21,235

$

43,790

$

43,811

Expenditures
Transfers

$

900,000

$

-

$

-

$

43,000

Total Expenditures

$

900,000

$

-

$

-

$

43,000

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

43,763

$

21,235

$

43,790

$

811

Fund Description:

The Irving Arts Board established this fund in FY9697. The purpose of this fund is to set aside funds for
the future expansion of the Irving Arts Center.
Monies for this fund are obtained from transfers made
from a combination of the General Fund and the
Theater Reserve Fund. Transfers to this fund are at
the Arts Board’s discretion.

127

CITY OF IRVING
Irving Arts Center
Genghis Khan Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Charges for Services
Interest on Investments
Miscellaneous
Grants
Transfer from IAC General Fund
Transfer from IAC Theater Reserve
Transfer from IAC Building Acquisition

$

$

-

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

554,496

$

978,694

$

793
75,000
100,000
900,000

$

400,000
422
144,000
25,000
95,000
-

$

400,000
1,341
49,000
5,000
95,000
-

$

189,034

72
-

Total Revenues

$

1,075,793

$

664,422

$

550,341

$

72

Total Funds Available

$

1,075,793

$

1,218,918

$

1,529,035

$

189,106

$

21,869
790
1,655
71,841
944
-

$

101,370
18,353
79,000
601
445,060
109,577
300,000

$

59,014
18,353
79,845
601
833,413
48,775
300,000

$

9,808
3,240
50,000
82,434

Total Expenditures

$

97,099

$

1,053,961

$

1,340,001

$

145,482

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

978,694

$

164,957

$

189,034

$

43,624

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Transfer to IAC Theater Reserve Fund

Fund Description
This fund is will be used for operations of the
Exhibition: Genghis Khan scheduled for the
summer of 2011. The revenue stream includes
fund transfers from the Irving Arts Center, grant,
admission fees, gift shop sales and sponsorships
Fund will be closed once exhibition is complete
in FY2011-2012

128

CITY OF IRVING
Convention Center Complex Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 7,732,023

$ 3,394,236

$ 11,546,572

$ 11,111,416

Revenues
Hotel/Motel Tax
Transfer In
Interest on Investments

$ 4,129,785
8,536

$ 3,507,055
200

$ 3,772,347
200

$ 3,682,832
200

Total Revenues

$ 4,138,320

$ 3,507,255

$ 3,772,547

$ 3,683,032

Total Funds Available

$ 11,870,343

$ 6,901,491

$ 15,319,119

$ 14,794,448

$

14,485
309,286

$

$

$

150,000
235,000
250,000
3,507,055

150,000
235,000
250,000
3,572,703

250,000
3,332,832

Expenditures
Property Management Services
Outside Services
Consulting
Office Furniture & Fixtures
Fam Tours
Local Programs/Promotions
Buildings
A&E
ICVB General Fund
Transfer to Convention Center I&S
Transfer to HOT Reserve
Transfer to CCC Bond Fund
Transfer to Hotel Occupancy I&S

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

323,771

$ 4,142,055

$ 4,207,703

$ 3,582,832

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 11,546,572

$ 2,759,436

$ 11,111,416

$ 11,211,616

Fund Description:
In January 2000, City Council implemented an additional two percent of hotel/motel tax to be collected to
provide funding for a Convention Center complex. The new facility will open in January 2011.

129

CITY OF IRVING
Entertainment Venue Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
2011-12
ESTIMATED PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 3,132,763

$

684,350

Revenues
Hotel/Motel Tax
Miscellaneous
Contribution from Developer
Interest on Investments

$ 3,501,834
21,800
7,128

$

3,507,055

$ 3,772,347

$ 3,682,832

50,000,000
10,265

8,000

8,000

Total Revenues

$ 3,530,762

$ 53,517,320

$ 3,780,347

$ 3,690,832

Total Funds Available

$ 6,663,525

$ 54,201,670

$ 3,927,880

$ 4,046,009

Expenditures
Outside Services
Supplies
Legal Expenses
Travel and Training
Transfer to General Fund
A&E
Transfer to Convention Center
Transfer to Occ Tax I&S
Agent Fees
Buildings
Transfer to Venue Debt Service

$ 4,231,266
486
330,000
346,616
158,721
358,004
4,505
1,086,394

$

$

$

Total Expenditures

$ 6,515,991

$ 53,691,458

$ 3,572,703

$ 1,299,563

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

$

$ 2,746,446

147,533

142,500
41,903
50,000,000
3,507,055

510,212

$

147,533

3,572,703

355,177

Fund Description:
In May 2007, City Council implemented an additional two percent of hotel/motel
tax to be collected to provide funding for an entertainment venue complex.
Planning has begun on the new facility, with the final size and scope of the facility
still to be determined.

130

$

355,177

1,299,563

CITY OF IRVING
Heritage and Museum Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 2,761,569

$ 2,726,326

$ 2,760,001

$ 2,763,319

Revenues
Hotel/Motel Tax

$

$

$

$

Interest on Investments

221,012
6,484

30,000

$ 2,989,065

$ 2,975,517

$ 3,002,740

$ 3,002,496

$

157,363
33,424
4,615
1,239
1,199
12,995
18,229
-

$

156,388
34,985
5,500
1,500
750
1,200
22,000
14,875
398
2,500

$

156,388
34,985
5,500
1,500
750
1,200
21,500
14,700
398
2,500

$

58,466
42,668
3,750
1,500
1,200
19,000
10,500
398
152,500

Total Expenditures

$

229,064

$

240,096

$

239,421

$

289,982

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$ 2,760,001

131

$ 2,735,421

$

242,739

9,000

Total Funds Available

This fund receives its revenue from
one percent of the hotel/motel tax
revenue and was established in FY
2000-01 to set aside funding for a
heritage museum within Irving.

249,191

7,000

230,177

$

Fund Description:

$

235,739

Total Revenues

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Building Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Transfers
Capital

227,496

219,191

$ 2,763,319

$

239,177

$ 2,712,515

CITY OF IRVING
Museum Operating Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-12
ADOPTED

2010-12
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

39,646

$

37,706

$

44,251

$

47,651

$

4,294
1,410
-

$

6,000
1,300
-

$

4,000
1,400
-

$

4,000
1,400
-

Total Revenues

$

5,704

$

7,300

$

5,400

$

5,400

Total Funds Available

$

45,350

$

45,006

$

49,651

$

53,051

Expenditures
Supplies
Utility

$
$

-

$
$

500
3,750

$
$

500
1,000

$
$

100
250

Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Revenue from Gift Shop Sales
Donations
Rent

Miscellaneous

99
1,000

500

500

1,000

Total Expenditures

$

1,099

$

4,750

$

2,000

$

1,350

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

44,251

$

40,256

$

47,651

$

51,701

Fund Description:
This fund accounts for the revenues and operating
expenses associated with both the Heritage and
Mustang operations.

132

CITY OF IRVING

Hotel Occupancy Tax Reserve Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 11,162,912

$ 11,329,333

$ 11,096,022

$ 11,116,022

Revenues
Transfers from Convention Center
Interest on Investments

$

1,041

$

20,000

$

20,000

$

20,000

Total Revenues

$

1,041

$

20,000

$

20,000

$

20,000

Total Funds Available

$ 11,163,953

$ 11,349,333

$ 11,116,022

$ 11,136,022

Expenditures
Transfer to Occ Tax I&S

$
$

67,932

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

67,932

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 11,096,022

$ 11,349,333

$ 11,116,022

$ 11,136,022

Fund Description:
Accounts for the bond requirements for the portion of this fund attributed to the Civic Center. The
required accumulated fund balance represents the least of either the maximum annual debt
service on the outstanding bonds; 1¼ times the average annual debt service on the outstanding
bonds; or 10 percent of the amount of the proceeds of the bonds.

133

134

BUDGET SUMMARIES
FUND SUMMARIES
GRANT FUNDS

135

CITY OF IRVING
Community Development Block Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01 $

2010-11
ADOPTED

1,860

$

3,958

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,860

$ 1,303,701

Revenues
Receipts from Federal
Revolving Loan Payment
Misc. Revenue

$ 1,230,696
5,032
5,106

$ 2,504,539
-

$ 2,504,539
-

$ 2,106,421
-

Total Revenues

$ 1,240,834

$ 2,504,539

$ 2,504,539

$ 2,106,421

Total Funds Available

$ 1,242,694

$ 2,508,497

$ 2,506,399

$ 3,410,122

$

$

$

$

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Utilties
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers
Capital Expenditures
Total Expenditures

279,397
78,838
7,739
3,697
290
768,896
101,977
-

$ 1,240,834

Available Fund Balance 09-30 $

1,860

604,032
170,941
52,250
5,050
3,500
1,631,131
30,996
6,639
-

404,569
106,189
33,550
5,000
1,000
544,801
100,951
6,639
-

531,428
198,053
(0)
6,149
1,364,152
0
6,639
-

$ 2,504,539

$ 1,202,698

$ 2,106,421

$

$ 1,303,701

1,303,701

Fund Description:

Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of
federal grant funds that will be used to revitalize
neighborhoods, expand affordable housing and
economic
opportunities
and/or
improve
community facilities and services, principally to
benefit low- and moderate-income persons.

136

3,958

CITY OF IRVING
Home Investment Partnership Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

$

3,554

$

(26,994)

$

$

374,559
(400)
-

$ 1,070,341
-

$ 1,070,341
-

$

948,139
-

Total Revenues

$

374,159

$ 1,070,341

$ 1,070,341

$

948,139

Total Funds Available

$

347,165

$ 1,070,341

$ 1,070,341

$

951,693

$

54,127
18,733
278,141
(3,836)
-

$

$

$

73,160
21,654
853,325
-

Total Expenditures

$

347,165

$ 1,070,341

$ 1,066,787

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

$

Revenues
Receipts from Federal
Program Income
Miscellanous Revenue

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers

-

Fund Description:

Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of federal
grants that will be used to fund a wide range of
activities
that
create
affordable
housing
opportunities for
low-income
persons in
partnerships with local nonprofit groups or forprofit entities.

137

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

75,767
22,498
972,076
-

-

-

72,770
21,941
972,076
-

3,554

948,139
$

3,554

CITY OF IRVING
Emergency Shelter Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

4,989

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

$

99,772

$

99,788

$

99,788

$

99,590

Total Revenues

$

99,772

$

99,788

$

99,788

$

99,590

Total Funds Available

$

99,772

$

99,788

$

99,788

$ 104,579

$

4,989
94,783
-

$

1,777
662
97,349
-

$

94,799
-

$

4,980
94,610
-

Total Expenditures

$

99,772

$

99,788

94,799

$

99,590

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

-

$

-

4,989

$

4,989

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

$

Fund Description:

Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of funds for the rehabilitation or conversion of buildings into
homeless shelters and certain related social services operating expenses, homeless prevention and
other activities that assist homeless persons.

138

CITY OF IRVING
Community Development Block Grant - Recovery

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

$

Total Revenues
Total Funds Available

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utiities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

2010-11
ADOPTED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

608,703

$

26,294

$

-

496,870

$

5,639

$

5,639

$

-

$

496,870

$

5,639

$

5,639

$

-

$

491,306

$

614,342

$

31,933

$

-

$

4,028
1,611
-

$

-

$

-

$

(5,564)

2010-11
ESTIMATED

465,012
-

31,933
-

-

Total Expenditures

$

465,012

$

5,639

$

31,933

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

26,294

$

608,703

$

-

$

-

Fund Description:

Established in FY 2008-09 as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Funds are used to provide assistance to low and moderate income persons. The primary focus of this
fund is to increase economic development, job creation, and infrastructure development.
This is a three-year grant

139

CITY OF IRVING
Neighbhorhood Stablization Program

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

$

Total Revenues
Total Funds Available

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

2010-11
ADOPTED

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

358,039

$

10

$

218,674

$

50,910

$

222,468

$

-

$

218,674

$

50,910

$

222,468

$

-

$

218,674

$

408,949

$

222,478

$

$

1,032
217,067
565

$

38,302
12,608
-

$

30,861
9,974
181,643
-

$

$

218,664

$

50,910

$

222,478

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

10

$

358,039

$

0

$

Established in FY 2008-09 as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

This is a three-year grant

140

0

-

Total Expenditures

Fund Description:

0

0

CITY OF IRVING
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program Grant - Federal

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

2010-11
ADOPTED
$

930,680

$ 311,260

$

Total Revenues

$ 311,260

$

Total Funds Available

$

84,977

$ 256,733

$

-

84,977

$ 256,733

$

-

$ 311,260

$ 1,015,657

$ 259,199

$

$

35,978
14,964
257,852
-

$

61,572
23,405
-

$

43,770
15,620
199,809
-

$

Total Expenditures

$ 308,794

$

84,977

$ 259,199

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

930,680

$

$

2,466

$

2011-12
PROPOSED

2,466

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

(0)

(0)

(0)

-

Fund Description:

Established in FY 2008-09 as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Funds are used to provide assistance to homeless and near homeless residents of Irving. This
program provides homelessness prevention services such as rental assistance, utility assistance,
legal assistance, etc., as well as rapid re-housing of homeless persons.
This is a three-year grant

141

(0)

CITY OF IRVING
Emergency Shelter Grant - State

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

-

$

75,000

$

8,769

$

-

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

$

10,275

$

85,060

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

10,275

$

85,060

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

10,275

$ 160,060

$

8,769

$

-

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

$
$
$
$
$

25,905
1,506

$
$
$
$
$

-

$
$
$
$
$

8,769
-

$
$
$
$
$

-

Total Expenditures

$

1,506

$

-

$

8,769

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

8,769

$ 160,060

$

-

$

-

Fund Description:

Established in FY 2008-09 as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
This is a three-year grant

142

CITY OF IRVING
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program Grant - State
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 1,000,000

$

31,914

$

-

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from Federal

$

264,183

$

-

$

508,436

$

-

Total Revenues

$

264,183

$

-

$

508,436

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

264,183

$ 1,000,000

$

540,350

$

-

$

612
205,159
26,498

$

61,586
23,474
-

$

$

-

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Utilities
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

-

2010-11
ADOPTED

531,581
8,769

Total Expenditures

$

232,269

$

85,060

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

31,914

$

914,940

$

540,350
-

Fund Description:

Established in FY 2008-09 as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

This is a three-year grant

143

$

-

$

-

CITY OF IRVING
Texas Highway Traffic Safety Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

2010-11
ADOPTED

-

$

Revenues
Texas Hwy. Traffic Safety Gran $
Receipts from State

149,124
1,388

$

Total Revenues

$

150,512

Total Funds Available

$

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

$

-

147,500
-

$

-

-

147,500
-

$

$

147,500

$

147,500

$

-

150,512

$

147,500

$

147,500

$

-

$

17,851
4,154
128,508

$

10,000
10,000
127,500

$

10,000
10,000
127,500

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

150,513

$

147,500

$

147,500

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

-

Expenditures
DWI Grant
Click It or Ticket
STEP Grant

-

$

Fund Description:
Accounts for the various STEP
grants received by the Police
Department for increased traffic
enforcement to decrease fatalities
and injury accidents to include DWI
enforcement, seat belt safety and
child restraint.

144

-

$

-

-

CITY OF IRVING
Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01 $

-

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

-

$

-

$

-

Revenues
LLEBG Program - Federal

$

210,787

$

35,000

$

35,000

$

-

Total Revenues

$

210,787

$

35,000

$

35,000

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

210,787

$

35,000

$

35,000

$

-

Expenditures
Supplies
Capital

$

62,783
148,004

$

35,000
-

$

35,000
-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

210,787

$

35,000

$

35,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30 $

-

Fund Description:
Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of
federal grant funds from the Bureau of Justice
Assistance. These funds are used to
purchase capital equipment associated with
police activities.

145

CITY OF IRVING
Miscellaneous Grants Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Receipts from State
Receipts from Federal
Other Grant Revenue
LEOSE- City Marshal
LEOSE- Fire
LEOSE- Police
Other Donations
Interest Income
Transfer from General Fund

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED
$

$

441,113

$

410,265

$

419,551

419,551

$

1,469,686
16,790
64
36,933
-

$

1,500,000
1,080
2,500
24,000
15,000
-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$ 1,523,473

$ 1,542,580

$

Total Funds Available

$ 1,964,586

$ 1,952,845

$

$

24,000
2,500
1,080
1,500,000
15,000

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

Expenditures
LEOSE - Police
$
36,933
LEOSE - Fire
LEOSE - Courts
129
MMRS
19,698
Campion Trails
Irving YES
1,800
5,000
National Center for Civic Innova
EPA Grant
84,119
EECBG Grant
1,385,566
Teen Court Allstate Foundation
11,790
Total Expenditures

$ 1,545,035

$ 1,542,580

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

$

419,551

410,265

419,551

419,551

Fund Description:
Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of various grants that do not match a specific grant
category.

146

$

$

419,551

419,551

CITY OF IRVING
Transportation Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from State
Interest

$

Total Revenues

$

Total Funds Available

$

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Other Capital

$

Total Expenditures

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

2010-11
ADOPTED

76

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED
$

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

-

76

-

$

76

76

-

-

76

Fund Description:
Established in FY 2002-03 to track the funds
received from the Texas Department of
Transportation for a major thoroughfare
detection system and traffic signals through the
City.

147

$

$

76

76

-

-

$

-

$

$

-

$

76

$
$

76

CITY OF IRVING
Library Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

-

$

-

$

4,371

$

$

12,416
58,639
88,983

$

20,000
100,000

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

160,038

$

120,000

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

164,409

$

120,000

$

-

$

-

Expenditures
NEA Grant
$
Lone Star Grant
Texas Book Festival
Lone Star Libraries
Mervyn's Nat'l Children's Book W
The BIG READ
Donation Programs
Cultural Connections
Get Real, Get Fit
PAC Hug
NOVA"Einsteins Big Idea"
Read to Your Bunny

89,347
1,594
10,823
62,645
-

$

20,000
100,000
-

$

-

$

-

164,409

$

120,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Revenues
Other Grant Revenue
Donations
Receipts from Federal Govt
Receipts from State

Total Expenditures

$

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

-

$

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

-

Fund Description:
Fund established in FY 2004-04 to account for the receipt and expenditure of various library
grants to be used toward literary programs and the purchase of library materials.

148

CITY OF IRVING
Emergency Management Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Receipts from State

$

Total Revenues
Total Funds Available

2010-11
ADOPTED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

84,757

$

-

$

-

693,158

$

61,727

$

61,727

$

-

$

693,158

$

61,727

$

61,727

$

-

$

693,158

$ 146,484

$

61,727

$

-

Expenditures
MMRS FY 2006-07
$
State Homeland Security Program
LETPP
SHSP-LEAP
EMPG FY 2006-07
MMRS Grants
SHSHP Grant
USAI
Buffer Zone Protection
EMPG
SHSP 2005

68,948
67,797
205,618
19,068
104,980
66,484
78,653
81,610

$

61,727
-

$

61,727
-

$

-

Total Expenditures

693,158

$

61,727

$

61,727

$

-

-

$

84,757

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

Fund Description:
Established in FY 2004-05, this grant fund provides for the
receipt of funds from the Federal Government for City
security initiatives. It includes the Metropolitan Mobility
Response System (MMRS) contract as well as the Domestic
Preparedness Grant, Emergency Management Program
Grant, and the Homeland Security Grant which provide
funding for specialized training equipment for hazardous
materials, fire services, law enforcement and EMS personnel.

149

CITY OF IRVING
Criminal Justice Grant Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

-

$

1,124

$

1

$

Revenues
Receipts from State
Transfer from General Fund

$

37,240
34,118

$

150,000
33,350

$

150,000
33,350

$

-

Total Revenues

$

71,358

$

183,350

$

183,350

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

71,358

$

184,474

$

183,351

$

$

71,358
-

$

150,000
33,350
-

$

150,000
33,350
-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

71,358

$

183,350

$

183,350

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

1

$

1,124

$

1

$

Expenditures
VOCA
VAWA
Gang Initiative Grant
VCLG
Police
Miscellaneous

Fund Description:
Accounts for the receipt and expenditure of
the various Domestic Violence and Victims
Assistance Grants. These grant funds pay
for personnel costs related to the Family
Advocacy Center Counselors and two
investigators.

150

1

1

1

CITY OF IRVING
Donation Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

8,547

$

1,868

$

65,579

$

65,579

Revenues
Building & Standards Civil Penaltie $
Donations

59,491

$

29,500

$

29,500

$

-

Total Revenues

$

59,491

$

29,500

$

29,500

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

68,038

$

31,368

$

95,079

$

65,579

$

901
1,060
498

$

15,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
1,500

$

15,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
1,500

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

2,459

$

29,500

$

29,500

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

65,579

$

1,868

$

65,579

$

65,579

Expenditures
Fire Department
Code Enforcement
Solid Waste Services
IT
Animal Services
Public Health
Inspections
Municipal Court

Fund Description:
Established during FY 2004-05, this fund
provides for the receipt of private donations and
expenditures associated with specific programs.
Currently, the Fire Department receives
donations used toward the Fire Safety House
educational program. In addition, the Public
Health and Environmental Services Department
receives donations toward public health
programming, and the Municipal Court receives
donations for Teen Court activities.

151

-

152

BUDGET SUMMARIES
FUND SUMMARIES
OTHER FUNDS

153

CITY OF IRVING

Park Donation Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

20,487

$

28,005

$

28,685

$

36,203

Revenues
Donations
Interest on Investments

$

8,198
-

$

4,800
2,718

$

4,800
2,718

$

9,000
-

Total Revenues

$

8,198

$

7,518

$

7,518

$

9,000

Total Funds Available

$

28,685

$

35,523

$

36,203

$

45,203

Expenditures
Land Purchases

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

28,685

$

35,523

$

36,203

$

45,203

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
account for the accumulation of
funds from the dontations by
citizens on their monthly water
bills. These funds are designated
solely for park land acquisition.

154

CITY OF IRVING

Cimarron Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

105,904

$

94,294

$

74,327

$

62,718

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

212,314
78

$

230,080
1,845

$

230,080
1,845

$

207,309
100

Total Revenues

$

212,392

$

231,925

$

231,925

$

207,409

Total Funds Available

$

318,296

$

326,219

$

306,252

$

270,127

$

70,491
3,446
117,045
24,163
130
1,951
2,575
24,167

$

116,954
12,255
100,400
5,000
1,000
1,000
4,150
2,775
-

$

116,954
12,255
100,400
5,000
1,000
1,000
4,150
2,775
-

$

101,555
9,314
115,150
5,000
500
2,400
2,775
-

Total Expenditures

$

243,968

$

243,534

$

243,534

$

236,694

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

74,327

$

82,685

$

62,718

$

33,433

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures
for
Cimarron
Recreation Center programming
and to eliminate the individual
checking
account for
the
recreation center.

155

CITY OF IRVING

Lee Park Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

68,040

$

58,610

$

100,599

$

91,169

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

138,926
121

$

125,655
2,941

$

125,655
2,941

$

123,300
130

Total Revenues

$

139,047

$

128,596

$

128,596

$

123,430

Total Funds Available

$

207,087

$

187,206

$

229,195

$

214,599

$

52,169
2,160
42,088
6,947
928
820
1,376
-

$

77,176
8,050
42,100
7,000
1,000
1,400
1,300
-

$

77,176
8,050
42,100
7,000
1,000
1,400
1,300
-

$

70,560
7,164
39,800
7,000
1,000
1,000
1,300
-

Total Expenditures

$

106,488

$

138,026

$

138,026

$

127,824

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

100,599

$

49,180

$

91,169

$

86,775

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for Lee Park
Recreation
Center
programming and to eliminate
the individual checking account
for the recreation center.

156

CITY OF IRVING

Heritage Senior Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

87,378

$

51,992

$

66,166

$

41,885

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

184,765
152

$

208,470
2,171

$

208,470
2,171

$

190,000
150

Total Revenues

$

184,917

$

210,641

$

210,641

$

190,150

Total Funds Available

$

272,295

$

262,633

$

276,807

$

232,035

$

44,254
1,100
131,150
13,679
1,439
10,961
1,096
2,450

$

79,790
5,137
133,200
10,500
1,500
14,000
1,900
-

$

68,685
5,137
133,200
10,500
1,500
14,000
1,900
-

$

66,865
4,108
132,300
10,500
1,500
12,300
1,900
-

Total Expenditures

$

206,129

$

246,027

$

234,922

$

229,473

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

66,166

$

16,606

$

41,885

$

2,562

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital Expenditures

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for Heritage Senior
Center programming and to
eliminate the individual checking
account for the recreation
center.

157

CITY OF IRVING

Mustang Park Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

140,742

$

151,722

$

172,176

$

183,156

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

183,893
429

$

164,805
2,524

$

164,805
2,524

$

165,620
500

Total Revenues

$

184,322

$

167,329

$

167,329

$

166,120

Total Funds Available

$

325,064

$

319,051

$

339,505

$

349,276

$

47,873
2,307
77,475
19,064
1,669
1,134
2,449
917
-

$

65,484
6,475
70,205
5,750
1,900
1,000
3,270
2,265
-

$

65,484
6,475
70,205
5,750
1,900
1,000
3,270
2,265
-

$

63,092
6,036
68,500
5,750
1,900
1,000
2,770
1,700
-

Total Expenditures

$

152,888

$

156,349

$

156,349

$

150,748

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

172,176

$

162,702

$

183,156

$

198,528

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for Mustang Park
Recreation Center programming
and to eliminate the individual
checking
account
for
the
recreation center.

158

CITY OF IRVING

Northwest Park Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

111,762

$

113,304

$

121,025

$

122,567

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

134,890
424

$

140,460
1,888

$

140,460
1,888

$

135,000
500

Total Revenues

$

135,314

$

142,348

$

142,348

$

135,500

Total Funds Available

$

247,076

$

255,652

$

263,373

$

258,067

$

43,481
1,958
51,164
4,144
170
1,245
23,890

$

68,858
7,153
54,990
5,000
1,250
1,900
1,655
-

$

68,858
7,153
54,990
5,000
1,250
1,900
1,655
-

$

66,936
6,318
52,030
5,000
500
1,630
-

Total Expenditures

$

126,051

$

140,806

$

140,806

$

132,414

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

121,025

$

114,846

$

122,567

$

125,653

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for Northwest
Park
Recreation
Center
programming and to eliminate
the individual checking account
for the recreation center.

159

CITY OF IRVING

Senter Park Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

103,089

$

106,149

$

88,791

$

91,851

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

124,104
123

$

131,180
1,545

$

131,180
1,545

$

125,500
150

Total Revenues

$

124,227

$

132,725

$

132,725

$

125,650

Total Funds Available

$

227,316

$

238,874

$

221,516

$

217,501

$

37,458
1,626
52,989
44,536
948
967
-

$

60,581
6,820
48,764
9,400
500
2,400
1,200
-

$

60,581
6,820
48,764
9,400
500
2,400
1,200
-

$

62,807
5,897
46,664
9,400
1,900
1,200
-

Total Expenditures

$

138,524

$

129,665

$

129,665

$

127,868

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

88,791

$

109,209

$

91,851

$

89,633

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital Expenditures

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for Senter Park
Recreation
Center
programming and to eliminate
the individual checking account
for the recreation center.

160

CITY OF IRVING

West Park Recreation Center Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

63,635

$

57,996

$

60,345

$

54,706

Revenues
Recreation Center Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

95,157
115

$

110,000
1,319

$

110,000
1,319

$

100,000
120

Total Revenues

$

95,272

$

111,319

$

111,319

$

100,120

Total Funds Available

$

158,907

$

169,315

$

171,664

$

154,826

$

42,334
1,876
43,050
10,462
840
-

$

65,084
6,744
38,390
3,000
2,800
940
-

$

65,084
6,744
38,390
3,000
2,800
940
-

$

61,388
5,786
37,385
3,000
940
-

Total Expenditures

$

98,562

$

116,958

$

116,958

$

108,499

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

60,345

$

52,357

$

54,706

$

46,327

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Structure Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Capital

Fund Description:
This fund was established to
recognize
revenues
and
expenditures for West Park
Recreation Center programming
and to eliminate the individual
checking
account
for
the
recreation center.

161

CITY OF IRVING
Economic Development Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Transfer from General Fund
Other Grant Receipts
Transfer from Downtown & Events Fund
Transfer from Texas Stadium #1 Fund
Transfer from TIF Funds
Interest on Investments

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

5,527,182

$

7,783,593

$

7,985,478

$

11,746,550

$

1,245,000
70,000
5,315,141
2,450,411
27,429

$

1,839,800
1,000,000
-

$

1,839,800
975,000
4,079,822
25,000

$

1,839,800
25,000
1,700,000
1,511,501
25,000

2,000,000
20,000

Total Revenues

$

9,107,982

$

4,859,800

$

6,919,622

$

5,101,301

Total Funds Available

$

14,635,164

$

12,643,393

$

14,905,100

$

16,847,851

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Miscellaneous Services
Transfer to General Fund
Programs
Development Incentives
Intersection Improvements
Downtown Land Banking
Economic Development Projects
Irving Blvd. Corridor Improvement
Chamber Operations
Sister Cities

289,705
434,021
4,065,959
1,696,000
164,000

500,000
1,250,000
4,224,000
1,675,000
164,800

1,218,750
100,000
1,675,000
164,800

31,250
406,250
1,675,000
164,800

Total Expenditures

$

6,649,685

$

7,813,800

$

3,158,550

$

2,277,300

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

7,985,478

$

4,829,593

$

11,746,550

$

14,570,551

162

CITY OF IRVING
Main Street and Events Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Hotel/Motel Tax
Miscellaneous
Rent
Interest on Investments

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

528,816

$

547,065

$

543,465

$

629,313

$
$

88,405
16,500
762

$

87,676

$

94,309

$

92,071

33,000
5,000

74,855
1,000

33,000
1,000

Total Revenues

$

105,667

$

125,676

$

170,164

$

126,071

Total Funds Available

$

634,483

$

672,741

$

713,629

$

755,384

Expenditures
Supplies
Building Maintenance
Utility
Outside Services
Miscellaneous
Transfers

47
722
7,404
5,974
6,872
70,000

507
2,000
11,960
6,000
24,507
199

250
1,000
8,360
6,000
68,507
199

250
1,000
9,500
6,000
68,507
199

Total Expenditures

$

91,018

$

45,173

$

84,316

$

85,456

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

543,465

$

627,568

$

629,313

$

669,928

Fund Description:
This fund is provided for the professional staff and
programs of the Preservation and Redevelopment Board.
All revenues for this fund are obtained from the
hotel/motel tax revenue for heritage tourism and the
administration thereof.

163

CITY OF IRVING
Tax Increment Financing District Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

$    2,384,943

$  1,406,186

$   1,019,626

$             93,465

Revenues
DCCCD Contribution
$       793,337
DCCCD Reimbursement
       (490,213)
Irving Independent School District Net Prepayment         279,998
IISD Net Prepayment Adjustment
    (1,061,042)
Carrollton/Farmers Branch ISD Contribution
   13,534,607
    (8,307,921)
Carrollton/Farmers Branch ISD Reimb.
City of Irving ‐ Transfer in from General Fund
     2,332,709
City of Irving Reimb.
       (620,539)
Interest
             8,484

$      750,597
      (386,545)
       395,728
      (395,728)
 13,241,016
  (8,871,481)
    2,386,048
                ‐
           6,000

$      757,208
      (389,851)
    1,010,907
      (758,179)
 13,386,914
  (8,969,232)
    2,325,075
                ‐
            6,000

$           837,747
            (428,620)
             262,679
            (232,679)
       12,730,114
        (8,529,176)
          2,687,245
                      ‐
                 5,000

Total  Net Revenues

$    6,469,419

$  7,125,635

$   7,368,842

$       7,332,310

Total Funds Available

$    8,854,362

$  8,531,821

$   8,388,468

$       7,425,775

Expenditures
Supplies
Miscellaneous Services
Administrative Costs
Outside Service ‐ Other

                  69
                  19
           14,969
           16,250

           1,800
                ‐
         15,000
         20,000

            1,800
                ‐
         15,000
                ‐

                 1,800
                      ‐
               48,700
                      ‐

Total Administrative Expenditures

$         31,307

$        36,800

$        16,800

$             50,500

$    5,322,899

$  5,972,275
       387,000
                ‐
    1,082,895

$   6,039,535
       387,000
                ‐
       958,486

$       5,115,599
             387,000
                      ‐
             900,000

Beginning Cash 10‐01

Outside Services
Developer Reimbursement
Capital Costs
Update to TIF Plan
Previously Approved Encumbrances

 

                 ‐

Total Outside Services

$    5,322,899

$  7,442,170

$   7,385,021

$       6,402,599

Tranfers Out
Transfer to General
Transfer to TIF Project Fund

$         36,700
     2,443,830

$        40,000
       853,182

$        40,000
       853,182

$                   ‐
             729,930

Total Expenditures

$    7,834,736

$  8,372,152

$   8,295,003

$       7,183,029

Estimated Cash 09‐30

$    1,019,626

$      159,669

$        93,465

$           242,746

164

CITY OF IRVING
TIF Project Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Beginning Cash 10‐01

$       1,953,072

$   4,399,902

$   4,401,034

$   1,405,044

Revenues
Transfer from TIF Fund
Interest

$       2,443,830
                4,132

$      853,182
            3,000

$       853,182
            4,010

$      729,930
             5,000

Total  Net Revenues

$       2,447,962

$      856,182

$       857,192

$      734,930

Total Funds Available

$       4,401,034

$   5,256,084

$   5,258,226

$   2,139,974

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$               ‐

                     ‐

        853,182

$                ‐
$   3,000,000
        853,182

                 ‐

Total Expenditures

$                   ‐

$      853,182

$   3,853,182

$               ‐

Estimated Cash 09‐30

$       4,401,034

$   4,402,902

$   1,405,044

$   2,139,974

Expenditures
Board Discretionary (Water Feature)
Transfers to DART Assistance
Other Projects

165

CITY OF IRVING
Tax Increment Financing District #2 Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Beginning Cash 10‐01

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$               ‐

Revenues
Transfer from General Fund
Interest

$                   ‐
                     ‐

$               ‐
                ‐

$                ‐
                 ‐

$         20,000
                 ‐

Total  Net Revenues

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$         20,000

Total Funds Available

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$         20,000

Expenditures
Other Projects

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$               ‐

Total Expenditures

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$               ‐

Estimated Cash 09‐30

$                   ‐

$               ‐

$                ‐

$         20,000

TIF #2 was established in FY 2010‐11 to provide funding for redevelopment of the Irving Boulevard 
Corridor.  As the district was establsied in the prior eyar, and property taxes delcined on the Tax 
Year 2011 certified roll, the revenue increment for the FY 11‐12 Budget Year is projected to be 
nominal.  Once the TIF #2 board is establshed and a project plan is approved, revenues will be 
allocated to approved projects within the TIF #2 district.  

166

CITY OF IRVING
Municipal Court Technology Fees Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

912,467

$

634,624

$

787,120

$

737,456

Revenues
Court Technology Fees
Interest on Investments

$

196,071
3,734

$

206,821
9,900

$

200,000
3,500

$

194,530
3,500

Total Revenues

$

199,805

$

216,721

$

203,500

$

198,030

Total Funds Available

$ 1,112,272

$

851,345

$

990,620

$

935,486

$

194,598
17,275
66
1,868
78,110
33,235

$

27,000
116,945
3,875
65,319
6,200
121,264
-

$

36,800
86,641
100
5,859
2,500
121,264
-

$

166,323
109,779
37,803
6,200
93,541
223,393

Total Expenditures

$

325,152

$

340,603

$

253,164

$

637,039

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

787,120

$

510,742

$

737,456

$

298,447

Expenditures
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Utilities
Outside Servcies
Miscellaneous Services
Transfers
Capital Expeditures

Fund Description:
Pursuant to Senate Bill 601 of the 78th Texas State Legislature, effective September 1, 1989,
the City Council passed Ordinance #7522 which provides for the establishment of a Municipal
Court Technology Fund and the assessment and collection of a Municipal Court Technology
Fee. The fee of $94.00 is assessed on persons convicted of a misdemeanor offense filed with
the Irivng Municipal Court. A Court Technology Plan was established in August 1999 that set out
a schedule for the implementation of new technology to improve the efficiency of the Municipal
Court.
Implementation of the plan has resulted in the purchase of new municipal court software and
hardware, development of an interactive web site and telephone system for making payments to
the court, an automated teller and informational display for the court lobby, continuing
development of imaging software and workflow, and implementation of electronic ticket writers
for the police department during FY 2004-05.
The 78th State Legislature passed H.B. 1066 amending Article 102.017(d). Code of Criminal
Procedure to include the maintenance of technological enhancements for a municipal court
from fees collected and deposited in the Technology Fund. In additiona H.B. 1066 removed the
sunset provision, extends the technology fee indefinitely and took effect September 1, 2003.

167

CITY OF IRVING
Municipal Court Building Security Fees Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

219,635

$

383,020

$

169,457

$

150,408

Revenues
Court Bldg Security Fees
Interest on Investments

$

147,194
438

$

155,275
7,900

$

150,000
500

$

146,245
500

Total Revenues

$

147,632

$

163,175

$

150,500

$

146,745

Total Funds Available

$

367,267

$

546,195

$

319,957

$

297,153

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Other Capital

$ 115,098
37,097
264
45,351
-

$

61,681
25,960
2,060
9,000
58,240
1,800
25,000

$

60,181
24,908
860
9,000
48,800
800
25,000

$

60,253
19,280
500
9,000
1,800
25,000

Total Expenditures

$

197,810

$

183,741

$

169,549

$

115,833

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

169,457

$

362,454

$

150,408

$

181,320

Fund Description:
Article 102.017 of the Code of Criminal
Procedure authorized the City Council to create
an ordinance that requires defendants
convicted in Municipal Court of an offense to
pay a $3 security fee as a cost of court. Article
102.017 requires that the collected security
fees be deposited in a fund to be known as the
"Municipal Court
Building Security Fees Fund". Furthermore, this
fund may only be used to finance specific items
identified for the purpose of providing security
services for the building that houses the
Municipal Court.
Current funding is for contract security
personnel fo rthe Municipal Court entry point,
wages and benefits for one City Marshal
position related to Court security, and the
purchase and maintenance of the walk-through
metal detector and conveyor belt scanning
equipment

168

CITY OF IRVING
Municipal Court Time Payment Fees Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

93,198

$

64,819

$

59,793

$

48,724

Revenues
Court Time Payment Fees
Interest on Investments

$

24,455
95

$

27,473
2,750

$

26,000
100

$

26,311
100

Total Revenues

$

24,550

$

30,223

$

26,100

$

26,411

Total Funds Available

$ 117,748

$

95,042

$

85,893

$

75,135

$

13,598
32,349
12,008

$

15,450
500
37,400
13,080

$

7,500
21,119
8,550

$

1,000
500
27,631
12,600

Total Expenditures

$

57,955

$

66,430

$

37,169

$

41,731

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

59,793

$

28,612

$

48,724

$

33,404

Expenditures
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services

Fund Description:
The 78th Legislature passed H.B. 2424 amending Subtitle C, Title 4, Local
Government Code by adding Chapter 133. Section 133.103 requires a municipal
court to collect a $25 Time Payment Fee from a person who has been convicted of
a misdemeanor and pays any part of a fine, court cost or restitution on or after the
31st day after the date on which judgement is entered. (H.B. 2424 repealed
Section 51.921 of the Government Code).
Of the Time Payment Fees collected the Municipal Court is required to:
•send 50% of the fees to State Comptroller
•deposit 10% of the fees in the municipality's general revenue "for the purpose of
improving efficiency of the administration of justice" in the municipality and
•deposit the remainder (40%) of the fees in the municipality's general revenue
Current funding provides for alternate judge fees, copy machine rental, $6.00 per
day for jurors, and courtroom equipment maintenance.

169

CITY OF IRVING

Compensated Absences Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10‐01

$   1,803,918

$     511,269

$                  0

$          11,302

Revenues
Transfer from General Fund
Interest on Investments

$      635,535
             2,418

Total Revenues

$      637,953

$     750,000
            7,350
 
$     757,350

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

$        900,000
                       ‐
 
$        900,000

Total Funds Available

$   2,441,870

$  1,268,619

$  1,000,000

$        911,302

Expenditures
Employee Payout
Misc Payout
Transfer to Equip. Replacement Fund
Transfer to Computer Replacement Fund

$   2,239,624
$      202,246
                     ‐
                     ‐

$  1,250,000

$      988,698

$        900,000

                     ‐
                     ‐

                     ‐
                     ‐

                       ‐
                       ‐

Total Expenditures

$   2,441,870

$  1,250,000

$      988,698

$        900,000

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$                  0

$       18,619

$        11,302

$          11,302

Fund Description:
The Compensated Absences Fund was established to provide a reserve for payout of vacation and sick
leave accumulated time to employees upon their separation with the City. This fund was set up to cover
vacation time pay for all employees and sick leave benefit accrual for Civil Service employees. In
anticipation of GASB rule changes, the City set aside funds to avoid carrying a large liability. However,
rules were not changed and payouts to employees are made out of the various operating funds. As a
result, these reserves are not required to be separated from General Reserves. Funds were used in FY
2006‐07 to pay out vacation time for general government employees upon their separation from the City.

170

CITY OF IRVING

Flexible Spending Plan Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

604

$

4,022

$

0

$

16,759

Revenues
Employee Contribution

$

595,364

$

627,000

$

625,000

$

687,500

Total Revenues

$

595,364

$

627,000

$

625,000

$

687,500

Total Funds Available

$

595,968

$

631,022

$

625,000

$

704,259

$

32,235
15,854
547,878
-

$
$
$

40,675
22,141
560,425
-

$
$
$

40,675
22,141
545,425
-

$
$
$

44,742
24,355
621,467
-

Total Expenditures

$

595,968

$

623,241

$

608,241

$

690,565

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

0

$

7,781

$

16,759

$

13,695

Expenditures
Long Term Legal Expense
Long Term Care Expense
Claims Expense
Wellness

Fund Description:
Established in Fiscal Year 2003-04, this fund accounts for claims associated with the employees with Flexible Spending
plans. Under this plan, employees can make pre-tax deductions from their pay checks to pay for medical and child care
expenses, up to limits set by the Internal Revenue Service.

171

CITY OF IRVING

Health Insurance Legal Reserve
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

375,341

$

375,749

$

375,341

$

375,341

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

619

$

2,630

$

509

$

500

Total Revenues

$

619

$

2,630

$

509

$

500

Total Funds Available

$

375,960

$

378,379

$

375,850

$

375,841

Expenditures
Transfer to General Fund

$

619

$

2,630

$

509

$

500

Total Expenditures

$

619

$

2,630

$

509

$

500

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

375,341

$

375,749

$

375,341

$

375,341

Fund Description:

This fund was established to account for transfers from the Health Self-Insurance Fund to
accumulate reserves for the payment of legal fees associated with disputed claims. The fund is
now at an appropriate level and no further transfers are budgeted to be made to this fund. If
there are no future legal fees incurred, the fund could be used for additional claims run-off in the
event of discontinuation of the Health Self-Insurance Plan or for excess claims and expenses
over the premiums collected in a particular year.

172

CITY OF IRVING

Health Insurance Claims Reserve
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

666,043

$

666,043

$

666,043

$

666,043

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

1,937

$

4,662

$

470

$

450

Total Revenues

$

1,937

$

4,662

$

470

$

450

Total Funds Available

$

667,980

$

670,705

$

666,513

$

666,493

Expenditures
Transfer to General Fund

$

1,937

$

4,662

$

470

$

450

Total Expenditures

$

1,937

$

4,662

$

470

$

450

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

666,043

$

666,043

$

666,043

$

666,043

Fund Description:

This fund proivdes for the accumulation of reserves transferred from the Health Self-Insurance
Fund to be maintained at a balance as determined by the actuaries for the plan. The actuaries
have set the recommended claims reserve level at $500,000 for this plan. This reserve is
established to fund incurred but not reported claims and claims run-off in the event the plan is
discontinued. The actuary has recommended the elimination of funding for aggregate stop loss
insurance which covered claims in excess of a specified dollar amount in total.

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Health Self-Insurance Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Receipts from Seized Narcotics
Receipts from General Fund
Receipts from Water and Sewer
Receipts from Economic Development
Receipts from Garage Fund
Receipts from Criminal Justice Grant
Receipts from ICVB
Receipts from IAC
Receipts from Compensated Absences
Receipts from Muni Court Building Security
Receipts from Historic Preservation
Receipts from Museum
Receipts from Emergency Mngmt. Grant
Receipts from Municipal Drainage
Receipts from Solid Waste Services
Receipts from TX Highway Traffic Safety
Receipts from CDBG
Receipts from HOME
Employee Contributions
Receipts from Retired Employees
Receipts from COBRA
Receipts from VEBA Fund
Receipts from Rec fund
Receipts from Red Light Camera
Transfer from Operating Funds
Interest from Investments
Miscellaneous Revenue

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

5,961,071

$

1,938,465

$

2,699,770

$

4,352,340

$

5,583
11,586,222
1,120,413
4,576
164,670
8,870
141,867
170,052
10,674
16,370
9
9,563

$

$

12,875,472
1,397,988
201,456
8,952
122,796
158,256
9,180
23,256
14,196
307,044
776,916
15,230
79,152
10,344
4,701,651
1,750,847
3,113
126,500
13,224

8,919
-

13,569
-

3,699
11,826,220
1,177,562
164,967
25,565
121,239
166,755
18,402
7,197
286,062
694,290
13,845
62,343
11,094
4,274,228
1,591,680
2,830
115,000
23,164
2,000,000
3,513
6,479

$

14,412
62,017
10,987
4,040,562
1,324,300
1,803
133,313
167
20,658

12,982,742
1,364,932
204,838
167,395
185,856
23,047
9,418
4,320
306,778
713,219
104,400
2,462,108
1,013,460
2,830
115,000
9,293

265,219

3,500
-

Total Revenues

$

19,121,225

$

19,683,204

$

22,596,133

$

22,599,073

Total Funds Available

$

25,082,296

$

21,621,670

$

25,295,903

$

26,951,413

$

19,981,923
1,449,765
950,838
-

$

18,425,554
1,465,310
1,052,700
-

$

18,425,554
1,465,310
1,052,700
-

$
$
$

20,268,109
1,611,841
1,157,970
-

Total Expenditures

$

22,382,526

$

20,943,564

$

20,943,564

$

23,037,920

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

2,699,770

$

678,106

$

4,352,340

$

3,913,493

Expenditures
Claims
Premiums (Stop Loss)
Insurance Administration
Outside Services

Fund Description:

This fund accounts for the provision of employee health insurance through the CIGNA POS II and the
HDHP plans. Premiums are paid into the fund by the City and by the employees in the operating funds.
Premiums are set by the actuaries at an amount to cover claims, fees, administrative costs and the purchase
of excess reinsurance, which are paid directly from this fund. Employees choose between the POS II and
the HDHP plans, and all health insurance plans are self-funded by the City. A third plan, with cost and
benefit between the POS II and the HDHP was introduced in FY 09-10 budget and went into effect
Jannuary 2010. All related health care expenditures will be paid from this fund.

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CITY OF IRVING

Voluntary Employees' Beneficiary Association
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

1,039,918

$

952,336

$

908,522

$

794,967

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

1,916

$

6,666

$

1,445

$

1,416

Total Revenues

$

1,916

$

6,666

$

1,445

$

1,416

Total Funds Available

$

1,041,834

$

959,003

$

909,967

$

796,382

Expenditures
VEBA Subsidy
Retiree Insurance
Outside Services

$

133,313
-

$

115,000
-

$

115,000
-

$

126,500
-

Total Expenditures

$

133,313

$

115,000

$

115,000

$

126,500

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

908,522

$

844,003

$

794,967

$

669,882

Fund Description:

This fund was established in FY 2000‐01 to provide partial health insurance premium
payments for retirees. The fund received $2.6 million from the Compensated Absences
Fund to establish a reserve with an annual transfer from the General Fund to provide
ongoing funding.
As part of the discussions of the FY 04‐05 Budget, the Council decided to discontinue this
program as part of an overall strategy to contain health care costs. Premiums were paid
to current retirees, retirees through January 1, 2005, and those employees eligible to
retire through January 1, 2005. Sufficient reserves will be maintained to fund payments to
currently eligible employees. The remaining balance of the VEBA fund will be used to
offset increases in health insurance costs for current employees.

175

CITY OF IRVING

Self Insurance Casualty
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Receipts from General Fund
Transfer from General Fund
Receipts from Water & Sewer System
Receipts from Solid Waste Services
Contributions - ICVB
Contributions - Irving Arts Center
Miscellaneous Revenue
Interest on Investments

$

5,040,623

$ 1,045,643

$

4,741,396

$

5,822,628

$

3,434,626

$ 3,285,170

$
$

$

3,678,327

342,222
21,322
54,266
12,570

325,640
231,137
133,307
72,778
50,000
2,614

3,285,170
1,300,000
325,640
231,137
133,307
72,778
2,614

$
$
$
$
$

265,325
242,694
158,307
79,066
-

Total Revenues

$

3,865,006

$ 4,100,646

$

5,350,646

$

4,423,719

Total Funds Available

$

8,905,628

$ 5,146,289

$

10,092,042

$

10,246,347

$

341,527
1,449,799
1,480,147
366,506
291,959
5,581
28,025
200,689
-

$

298,420
443,562
1,689,370
1,299,783
217,884
30,000
27,500
44,000
178,895
40,000

$

298,420
443,562
1,689,370
1,299,783
217,884
30,000
27,500
44,000
178,895
40,000

$

298,420
443,562
1,663,435
1,021,514
228,336
250,000
30,000
27,500
44,000
178,895
40,000

Total Expenditures

$

4,164,233

$ 4,269,414

$

4,269,414

$

4,225,662

Available Cash Fund Balance 09-30

$

4,741,396

$

$

5,822,628

$

6,020,685

Expenditures
Insurance Premiums- Excess WC & Liability
Insurance Premiums- Ex Liability
Insurance Premiums- TML-IRP
Insurance Premiums- Fidelity
Worker's Comp Losses
General Liability Losses
Automobile Liability Losses
Property Losses
Attorney Fees
Haz Mat Liability Exposure
Broker Fees
Outside Services-TPA for Claims Admin.
Outside Services-TPA for FML Admin.

876,875

Fund Description:
Provides for self-insuring of catastrophic losses, uninsurable losses, automobile physical damage, Workers’ Compensation
claims, and losses related to general liability, law enforcement, and errors and omissions. This fund constitutes the City’s selfinsurance program. The accumulation of reserves in this fund will eventually allow for the purchase of lower amounts of
excess insurance thereby lowering premiums. In Fiscal Year 2003-04, funds were consolidated from the Workers’
Compensation Fund and the Liability Self Insurance Fund into this fund to provide a single fund to track all of the City's selfinsurance expenditures.

176

CITY OF IRVING

Supplemental Benefit Plan
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

$

37,879,634

$

36,823,368

$

2,242,828
361,207
1,950,680
702,502

$

Total Revenues

$

5,257,217

Total Funds Available

$

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 39,104,327

$

39,964,398

2,791,862
257,764

$

2,561,489
2,089,979
414
578,201

$

2,500,000
578,201
520,000

$

3,049,626

$

5,230,083

$

3,598,201

43,136,851

$

39,872,993

$ 44,334,410

$

43,562,599

$

3,591,029
441,495
-

$

3,965,500
385,000
19,512

$

$

3,965,500
385,000
19,512

Total Expenditures

$

4,032,524

$

4,370,012

$

3,965,500
385,000
19,512
4,370,012

$

4,370,012

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

39,104,327

$

35,502,981

$ 39,964,398

$

39,192,587

Revenues
Employee Contributions
Unrealized Gain
Capital Gains Income
Miscellaneous Revenue
Interest on Investments
Transfer from General Fund

Expenditures
Distributions to Participants
Outside Services
Transfer to General Fund

Fund Description:

This fund was created in 1984 to partially offset the loss of disability benefits to employees when the 
City withdrew from the Social Security program.  The City does not currently make a contribution to the 
plan, but the full‐time employees covered by TMRS contribute 2.5% of their salaries to the plan.  The 
plan provides disability and survivor benefits when needed or a small retirement benefit.  Employee 
contributions are returned without interest to employees leaving the employment of the City prior to 
vesting.

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CITY OF IRVING
Texas Stadium #1 Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Balance 10‐01

$        9,737,742

$     10,792,617

$             756,426

$            35,082

Revenues
8% Rentals
TxDOT Lease Amoritization
Sale of Equipment/Memorabilia
Donations
Special Events
Transfer from TX Stadium #2 Fund
Interest on Investments

$                    ‐
         3,970,543
               68,917
               75,000
               71,620
         1,014,793
               80,262

$                   ‐
        1,543,402
                    ‐
                    ‐
                    ‐
                    ‐
           100,000

$                      ‐
           2,022,034
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                42,063

$                  ‐
        1,758,290
                    ‐
                    ‐
                    ‐
                    ‐
             33,271

Total Revenues

$        5,281,135

$       1,643,402

$         2,064,097

$      1,791,561

Total Funds Available

$      15,018,877

$     12,436,019

$         2,820,522

$      1,826,643

Expenditures
Transfer to General
Transfer to Economic Development
Overtime
Light & Power
Outside Services
Land Purchases

$        2,349,854
         5,315,141
                 8,898
            282,731
         6,015,787
            290,042

$       2,000,000
                    ‐
                    ‐
                    ‐
        2,070,953
        5,310,465

$         2,000,000
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
              785,441
                       ‐

$                  ‐
        1,700,000
                    ‐
                    ‐
             70,000
                    ‐

Total Expenditures

$      14,262,452

$       9,381,418

$         2,785,441

$      1,770,000

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$           756,426

$       3,054,601

$               35,082

$            56,643

           8,412,508

        6,654,218

Remaining Balance of TxDOT Amoritization
Fund Description:
This fund formerly accounted for rental revenue 
received from the Texas Stadium Corporation 
based on the revenue at the stadium not including 
the suites.  This fund is currently used to track the 
revenues and expenditures associated with the 
demolition of the stadium and the work necessary 
to prepare the site for redevelopment.  The ten 
year lease of the site by TxDOT as a stageing area 
for the DIamond Interchange reconstruction was 
paid in full in 2009 and is being amoritized over the 
duration of the lease until 2018.   

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CITY OF IRVING
Texas Stadium Rental #2 Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10‐1

$     1,013,040

$                 ‐

$                     ‐

$                 ‐

Revenues
Interest on Investments

              1,753

                  ‐

                      ‐

                   ‐

Total Revenues

$             1,753

$                 ‐

$                     ‐

$                 ‐

Total Funds Available

$     1,014,793

$                 ‐

$                     ‐

$                 ‐

Expenditures
Transfers Out

$     1,014,793

                  ‐

                      ‐

                   ‐

Total Expenditures

$     1,014,793

$                 ‐

$                     ‐

$                 ‐

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$                 ‐

$                 ‐

                      ‐

$                 ‐

Fund Description:
This fund was used to account for an eight percent 
rental revenue from Texas Stadium Corporation 
based on certain suite revenue or a minimum of 
$400,000 per year.  THese funds were restricted to  
use for capital improvements at the Stadium.  With 
the conculusion of the lease with the Dallas Cowboys 
and the subsequent demolition of the stadium, the 
and the subsequent demolition of the stadium the
residual fund balance was transfered to the main 
stadium fund in FY 2009‐10 and this fund has been 
closed.  

179

CITY OF IRVING

Texas Stadium Project Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

12,297,945

$

11,504,399

$

11,504,399

$

Revenues
Other Franchise Fees
Interest Income

$

252,845
26,792

$

3,867

$

12,695

$

Total Revenues

$

279,636

$

3,867

$

12,695

$

Total Funds Available

$

12,577,581

$

11,508,266

$

11,517,094

$

11,517,094

$

1,073,182
-

$

12,344,836
-

$

-

$

11,517,094
-

Total Expenditures

$

1,073,182

$

12,344,836

$

-

$

11,517,094

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

11,504,399

$

Expenditures
Other Supplies
Outside Services
Transfer to Texas Stadium Debt Fund

(836,570)

$ 11,517,094

11,517,094

-

$

Fund Description
The Texas Stadium Project Fund was established in FY05-06 to recognize funds received from parking and seat taxes, as well
as revenue from bonds. These revenues will be used toward projects and consulting services concerning the Texas Stadium
area.

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CITY OF IRVING
Red Light Camera Enforcement Fund

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED
$

2011-12
PROPOSED

67,333

$ 1,497,247

$ 2,206,758

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

Revenues
Fines and Fees
Interest

$ 1,488,144
-

$ 1,600,000
1,010

$ 1,500,000
-

$ 1,500,000
1,010

Total Net Revenues

$ 1,488,144

$ 1,601,010

$ 1,500,000

$ 1,501,010

Total Funds Available

$ 2,290,763

$ 1,668,343

$ 2,997,247

$ 3,707,768

$

136,871
44,215
822
31,896
579,205
507
-

$

105,847
27,304
800
1,015,000
760
432,760
-

$

118,211
41,585
650
47,043
582,500
500
-

$

Total Expenditures

$

793,516

$ 1,582,471

$

790,489

$ 1,284,798

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 1,497,247

$

$ 2,206,758

$ 2,422,970

Expenditures
Salaries & Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Utilities
O
Outside
Services
S
Miscellaneous
Transfers
Capital

802,619

2010-11
ESTIMATED

85,872

Fund Description:
This Fund accounts for all revenues and expenditures associated with Red Light
Camera traffic enforcement. One full time Traffic employee is funded by this fund.
Half of net revenues are reimbursed by to the state.

181

100,710
26,438
10,650
1,112,500
1,500
33,000
-

CITY OF IRVING
Seized Narcotics Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-1

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,507,093

$

500,684

$

1,465,531

$

1,404,971

$

276,411
93,160
6,250
5,110
181,987
8,321

$

150,000
125,000
10,000
24,679
55,000
5,000

$

100,000
76,000
10,000
1,000
55,000
5,000

$

100,000
76,000
10,000
1,000
55,000
5,000

Total Revenues

$

571,239

$

369,679

$

247,000

$

247,000

Total Funds Available

$

2,078,332

$

870,363

$

1,712,531

$

1,651,971

$

60,898
15,880
133,542
204,201
4,160
194,120

$

33,000
5,280
20,000
280,000
10,000
-

$

51,546
12,114
17,500
221,900
4,500
-

$

55,000
6,665
17,500
280,000
4,500
-

Total Expenditures

$

612,801

$

348,280

$

307,560

$

363,665

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

1,465,531

$

522,083

$

1,404,971

$

1,288,306

Revenues
DFW - Federal
HIDTA Task Force
Auction Proceeds
Interest on Investments
Contributions
Miscellaneous Revenue

Expenditures
Salaries and Wages
Benefits
Supplies
Outside Services
Miscellaneous Services
Capital

Fund Description:
Collections from seized narcotics are used to fund Police programs and equipment
Drug Awareness/Self-Esteem Program - 4th and 5th Grades
This program designated as P.R.I.D.E. is a cooperative effort of the Police Department and the Irving Independent
School District to provide Drug Awareness/Self-Esteem programs directed at the 4th and 5th grade students.
Police Officers and Detention Officers instruct police topics, along with Health and Science Teachers, who teach
related topics. Each 4th and 5th grade class receives the same instruction through the school year as other
classes in the same designated grade level. All officers are encouraged to become involved in the school's
activities (i.e. PTA meetings, carnivals, open houses and athletic events, etc.) Officers may at times utilize the
department's robotics to better convey their messages to the children. This entire program is handled
predominately by volunteer police officers and detention officers during their off-duty hours on a paid overtime
basis.
Police Athletic League - PAL
The Police Athletic League is predominately a boxing program for youth participation.
Tournament and program demands require supplemental manpower managed on an
overtime basis.

182

DEBT SERVICE

183

184

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011-12
General Obligation Bonds

Series Name of Bond

Principal

Interest

Total

2003 General Obligation
2004 General Obligation Refunding and Improvement

2,090,000

85,250
525,119

85,250
2,615,119

2005 General Obligation
2005A General Obligation Refunding and Improvement

750,000
2,035,000

428,250
1,622,058

1,178,250
3,657,058

2007 General Obligation
2008 General Obligation

1,375,000
1,640,000

1,002,031
1,193,666

2,377,031
2,833,666

2008 Certificates of Obligation
2009 General Obligation

200,000
3,680,000

147,100
1,458,275

347,100
5,138,275

900,000
105,000

622,025
2,564,603

1,522,025
2,669,603

2,200,000

2,520,584
500,000
-

2,520,584
500,000
2,200,000

$ 14,975,000

$ 12,668,960

$ 27,643,960

2010 General Obligation Refunding and Improvement
2011 General Obligation Refunding and Improvement
2011 General Obligation Refunding
2012 Proposed General Obligation
2012 Developer Participation Payments

This schedule represents the 2011-12 debt service payments due on each outstanding general obligation bond issue plus
estimated interest on the projected 2012 GO bond issue. Developer participation is the estimated payment due from debt
service for capital improvements made as part of the Olympus development.

185

Schedule of General Obligation Bonded
Indebtedness to Maturity
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
2022-23
2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
2026-27
2027-28
2028-29
2029-30
2029-31

Principal
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

16,225,000
16,115,000
16,095,000
15,685,000
15,155,000
14,555,000
13,780,000
13,005,000
12,005,000
10,590,000
9,110,000
8,350,000
7,860,000
7,405,000
6,665,000
5,395,000
4,040,000
4,055,000
1,350,000
475,000

$ 197,915,000

Interest
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

8,718,960
7,879,334
7,201,034
6,561,453
5,872,571
5,152,995
4,540,201
3,950,158
3,363,833
2,902,976
2,425,451
2,031,158
1,671,143
1,327,391
989,382
710,085
458,073
272,638
86,031
21,375

$ 66,136,240

Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

24,943,960
23,994,334
23,296,034
22,246,453
21,027,571
19,707,995
18,320,201
16,955,158
15,368,833
13,492,976
11,535,451
10,381,158
9,531,143
8,732,391
7,654,382
6,105,085
4,498,073
4,327,638
1,436,031
496,375

$ 264,051,240

General Obligation Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity
Millions
$30
$25
$20
$15
$10
$5
$2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031
Principal

186

Interest

General Interest and Sinking Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
BUDGET

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED
$

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

4,602,901

$ 2,277,367

$

Revenues
Ad Valorem Taxes
Penalties and Interest
Delinquent Taxes
Transfer from Solid Waste Services
Misc. Revenue
Interest on Investments

$ 27,579,035
148,342
67,296
959,893
33,256

$ 26,941,670
168,750
75,000
927,116
34,161

$ 26,941,670
168,750
75,000
927,116
34,161

$ 26,478,585
150,000
100,000
896,452
28,923

Total Revenue

$ 28,787,822

$ 28,146,697

$ 28,146,697

$ 27,653,960

Total Funds Available

$ 33,390,723

$ 30,424,064

$ 34,843,255

$ 33,438,546

Expenditures:
Principal -- Bonds
Interest -- Bonds
Principal -- Tax Note
Interest -- Tax Note
Other -- Contract Payment
Other
Agent Fees -- Bonds

$ 14,875,000
9,400,712
2,414,631
3,822

$ 16,455,000
9,292,086
2,400,000
10,000

$ 14,875,000
9,756,031
2,052,069
2,365,569
10,000

$ 12,775,000
12,668,960
2,200,000
10,000

Total Expenditures

$ 26,694,165

$ 28,157,086

$ 29,058,669

$ 27,653,960

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$

$ 2,266,978

$

$

6,696,558

6,696,558

5,784,586

5,784,586

5,784,586

Fund Description:
The General Interest and Sinking Fund is maintained to pay the debt service on General Obligation Bonds and Certificates 
of Obligation. A portion of the ad valorem tax rate is designated to pay debt service and is deposited into this fund for 
that purpose. An amount equal to the current year debt service is assessed each year. 
The fund balances have accumulated over the years from interest earned on the tax revenue prior to payment of debt 
service and from tax collections exceeding the budgeted 98% level. Standard & Poor's and Moody's have indicated that 
the reserve in this fund, which can be used for no purpose other than debt service, was a major factor in assigning the 
AAA and Aaa, ratings respectively, to the City's General Obligation Bonds.

187

Schedule of Requirements
Waterworks and Sanitary Sewer Revenue Bonds

Series

Name of Bond

Principal

$

Interest

-

2001

WW/SS New Lien Refunding and Improvement Revenue

2002

WW/SS New Lien Revenue

1,130,000

56,500

1,186,500

2003

WW/SS New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement

3,180,000

843,080

4,023,080

2004

WW/SS New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement

1,315,000

974,413

2,289,413

2005

WW/SS New Lien Revenue Improvement

305,000

243,511

548,511

2006

WW/SS New Lien Revenue

775,000

1,300,988

2,075,988

2007

WW/SS New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement

620,000

642,244

1,262,244

2008

WW/S New Lien Revenue Bonds

519,336

519,336

2009

WW/S New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement

930,000

832,544

1,762,544

2011

WW/S New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement

3,215,000

3,303,225

6,518,225

2012

Proposed WW/S New Lien Revenue Bonds

646,013

646,013

11,470,000 $ 9,361,853

$ 20,831,853

-

$

$

Total

-

$

-

This schedule represents the 2011-12 debt service payments due on each outstanding
waterworks and sanitary sewer revenue bond issues. The 2009 New Lien Revenue Refunding
and Improvement Bonds refunded the last of the bonds sold under the original lien bond
covenants. For 2010-11 forward, Water and Sewer debt service is consolidated into one interst
and sinking fund.

188

Schedule of Waterworks and Sanitary Sewer
Revenue Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity
Year

Principal

2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
2022-23
2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
2026-27
2027-28
2028-29
2029-30
2030-31
2031-32

Interest

Total

$14,333,177
$12,832,714
$13,402,562
$14,017,729
$14,423,228
$14,744,068
$15,005,260
$14,611,817
$14,103,749
$13,216,070
$10,733,791
$9,271,927
$8,400,489
$6,854,493
$6,588,953
$5,443,882
$4,454,298
$3,250,215
$2,356,649
$2,458,618
$556,140

$5,163,525
$4,807,635
$4,499,453
$4,184,995
$3,847,234
$3,499,504
$3,130,142
$2,777,960
$2,430,063
$2,106,102
$1,796,272
$1,538,378
$1,313,357
$1,115,809
$950,601
$789,409
$655,244
$545,358
$461,542
$403,286
$337,764

$19,496,702
$17,640,349
$17,902,015
$18,202,724
$18,270,461
$18,243,571
$18,135,402
$17,389,777
$16,533,812
$15,322,171
$12,530,063
$10,810,305
$9,713,846
$7,970,302
$7,539,554
$6,233,291
$5,109,541
$3,795,573
$2,818,191
$2,861,904
$893,904

$210,886,852

$49,241,981

$260,128,833

Revenue Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity by Year
$20,000,000
$18,000,000
$16,000,000
$14,000,000
$12,000,000
$10,000,000
$8,000,000
$6,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$0

Principal

189

Interest

Water and Sewer Interest and Sinking Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
BUDGET

$ 4,685,212

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
Preliminary

$

-

$

(26,001)

$

0

Revenues
Transfers from Water/Sewer System $
Interest on Investments

893,904
6,102

$

-

$

26,001

$

-

Total Revenues

$

900,006

$

-

$

26,001

$

-

Total Funds Available

$ 5,585,218

$

-

$

0

$

0

$

4,717,316
274,995
618,909

$

-

$

-

$

-

T lE
Total
Expenditures
di

$ 5,611,220
611 220

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$

-

$

0

$

0

Expenditures
Principal -- Bonds
Interest -- Bonds
Agent Fees -- Bonds
Transfers to W&S Non-Bond CIP
Principal -- Lake Chapman
Interest -- Lake Chapman

(26,001)

Fund Description:

Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds are secured by the revenues of the water and sewer utility system.  The 
City of Irving provides water and sewer services to its citizens and sets the rates for these services at a level 
to insure daily operations of the system, routine capital improvements, and payment of debt service 
requirements.  The 2009 New Lien Revenue Refunding and Improvement Bonds refunded the last of the 
bonds sold under the original lien bond covenants.  In 2010‐11, Water and Sewer debt service was 
consolidated into one interst and sinking fund.

190

New Lien Water and Sewer
Interest and Sinking Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
BUDGET

2010-11
ESTIMATED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 2,020,224

$ 2,554,137

$ 2,393,161

$

Revenues
Transfer from Water & Sewer
Interest on Investments

$ 18,721,804
38,312

$ 19,615,708
38,312

$ 19,615,708
35,897

$ 22,725,108
35,971

Total Revenues

$ 18,760,116

$ 19,654,020

$ 19,651,605

$ 22,761,079

Total Funds Available

$ 20,780,340

$ 22,208,157

$ 22,044,766

$ 25,159,136

$ 9,860,000
8,524,304
2,875

$ 9,860,000
8,861,804
5,000

-

283,941
609,963

$ 9,860,000
8,861,804
5,000
26,001
283,941
609,963

$ 12,177,500
9,653,704
5,000
293,177
600,727

Total Expenditures

$ 18,387,179

$ 19,620,708

$ 19,646,709

$ 22,730,108

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 2,393,161

$ 2,587,449

$ 2,398,057

$

Expenditures
Principal -- Bonds
Interest -- Bonds
Agent Fees -- Bonds
Transfer to Other Funds
Principal -- Lake Chapman
Interest -- Lake Chapman

2011-12
Preliminary
2,398,057

2,429,028

Fund Description:
Beginning with the 2001 Revenue Bond issuance, the City of Irving significantly revised the
Water and Sewer System revenue bond covenants. Provisions regarding reserve funds,
contingency funds and reserve test ratios were significantly changed compared to older
debt issuances. Since the covenants could not be altered on existing outstanding debt, a
separate Interest and Sinking Fund was established to segregate the debt service for the
bonds with the updated bond covenants. All Water and Sewer System debt issued since
2001 is paid from the New Lien Interest and Sinking Fund. With the 2009 Revenue Bond
Sale, the older bonds were refunded and all System debt services will now be accounted
for in one fund. The Interest and Sinking Fund is funded annually from revenues generated
by the Water and Sewer System Fund.

191

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011-12
Convention Center Hotel Occupancy Tax Bonds

Series

Name of Bond

Principal

Interest

Total

2001 Combination Tax and HOT Revenue CO's

$283,050

$160,781

$443,831

2009 Combination Tax and HOT Revenue CO's

$0

$6,272,456

$6,272,456

$

283,050

$ 6,433,238

$ 6,716,288

This schedule represents 55.5% allocation of debt service on the 2001 CO's issued to purchase land for the
Convention Center and the 2009 CO's issued for development and construction of the Convention Center.
Both issues are combination certificates of obligation, they are secured by the full faith and credit of the City
of Irving by a pledge of ad valorem tax as well as from Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues.

192

Schedule of Convention Center HOT Bonded
Indebtedness to Maturity
Year

Principal

Interest

Total

2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
2022-23
2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
2026-27
2027-28
2028-29
2029-30
2030-31
2031-32
2032-33
2033-34
2034-35
2035-36
2036-37
2037-38
2038-39

$
283,050
$
296,925
$
310,800
$
324,675
$
488,550
$
890,200
$ 1,201,850
$ 1,456,275
$ 1,610,700
$ 1,955,125
$ 2,450,000
$ 2,855,000
$ 3,290,000
$ 3,760,000
$ 4,210,000
$ 4,740,000
$ 5,215,000
$ 5,670,000
$ 6,155,000
$ 6,665,000
$ 7,210,000
$ 7,790,000
$ 8,395,000
$ 9,045,000
$ 9,720,000
$ 10,430,000
$ 11,185,000
$ 11,850,000

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$ 129,453,150

$ 134,266,475

6,433,238
6,421,562
6,409,091
6,395,727
6,381,279
6,360,044
6,322,305
6,271,628
6,214,185
6,146,219
6,064,250
5,941,750
5,799,000
5,634,500
5,446,500
5,236,000
4,999,000
4,738,250
4,451,038
4,138,950
3,800,700
3,434,488
3,038,525
2,611,500
2,159,250
1,673,250
1,151,750
592,500

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

6,716,288
6,718,487
6,719,891
6,720,402
6,869,829
7,250,244
7,524,155
7,727,903
7,824,885
8,101,344
8,514,250
8,796,750
9,089,000
9,394,500
9,656,500
9,976,000
10,214,000
10,408,250
10,606,038
10,803,950
11,010,700
11,224,488
11,433,525
11,656,500
11,879,250
12,103,250
12,336,750
12,442,500

$ 263,719,625

Hotel Occupancy Tax Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity
Millions
$14
$12
$10
$8
$6
$4
$2
$2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

2022

2024

2026

Principal
193

2028

Interest

2030

2032

2034

2036

2038

CITY OF IRVING
Hotel Occupancy Tax Interest and Sinking Fund

Available Fund Balance 10-01

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
BUDGET

$ 5,941,758

Revenues
5% Hotel/Motel Tax Allocation
$
Transfer from ICVB
Transfer from General I&S
Transfer from Convention Ctr 2%
Transfer from Entertainment Venue 2%
Interest on Investments

483,939
67,932
309,286
358,004
424

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
Preliminary

$ 4,522,754

$

78,976

$

193,332

$

$

628,000

$

628,000
3,507,055
1,500

6,204,343
500

628,000
240,136
2,578,709
3,625,520
500

Total Revenues

$ 1,219,584

$ 4,136,555

$ 6,832,843

$ 7,072,865

Total Funds Available

$ 7,161,342

$ 8,659,309

$ 6,911,819

$ 7,266,197

$

$

$

$

Expenditures
Principal - Bonds
Interest - Bonds
Agent Fees - Bonds

475,000
6,601,959
5,408

475,000
6,601,959
1,500

296,925
6,421,562
-

490,000
6,582,365
-

Total Expenditures

$ 7,082,366

$ 7,078,459

$ 6,718,487

$ 7,072,365

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$ 1,580,850

$

$

78,976

193,332

193,832

Fund Description:
Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenue Bonds are secured by a 7% Hotel Occupancy tax assessed on
sleeping rooms within the City. Bonds were issued in 2001 to purchase land in the Las Colinas Urban
Center for a Convention Center. Two percent of the 7% Hotel Occupancy Tax is dedicated to the
construction and operation of the convention center. A poriton of this revenue is transfered to this
fund to pay debt service costs. Additional bonds were issued in 2009 to fund the construction of the
Convention Center.
Prior to creation of a separate fund for the construction, operation and debt service of the
Entertainment Venue project, interest on the initial debt was paid out of this fund in FY 2008-09.

194

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011‐12
Entertainment Venue Debt Obligations

Series

Name of Bond

2001

HOT Certificates of Obligation

2011

HOT Revenue Refunding Bonds (Taxable)

Principal

Interest

Total

$226,950

$128,915

$355,865

0

943,698

943,698

$226,950

$1,072,613

$1,299,563

This schedule represents the debt service on the 2011 Entertainment Venue Private Placement Bond 
issues, as well as the 44.5% allocation of the 2001 CO for the purchase of the land for the 
Entertainment Venue.  Private placement bonds were issued to fund the engineering and design phase 
of the Entertainment Venue Project.  Although bond issue has a variable interest rate, interest for 
budget purposes is based on a 4% interest rate.  The bonds are secured by the 9% Hotel Tax collected 
by the City.

195

Schedule of Entertainment Venue HOT Bonded
Indebtedness to Maturity
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
2022-23
2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
2026-27
2027-28
2028-29
2029-30

Principal
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

226,950
598,075
674,200
1,395,325
1,456,450
1,514,800
1,578,150
1,643,725
1,714,300
1,784,875
1,495,000
1,555,000
1,620,000
1,685,000
1,750,000
1,820,000
1,895,000
1,970,000
-

$ 26,376,850

Interest
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Total

1,072,613
1,060,655
1,037,554
1,009,838
954,046
892,112
830,938
765,725
698,337
625,174
551,600
491,800
430,192
364,298
297,400
227,400
154,813
78,691
-

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

1,299,563
1,658,730
1,711,754
2,405,163
2,410,496
2,406,912
2,409,088
2,409,450
2,412,637
2,410,049
2,046,600
2,046,800
2,050,192
2,049,298
2,047,400
2,047,400
2,049,813
2,048,691
-

$ 11,543,185

$

37,920,035

Hotel Occupancy Tax Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity
Millions
$3.0

$2.5

$2.0

$1.5

$1.0

$0.5

$0.0
2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

Principal

196

2022

Interest

2024

2026

2028

Entertainment Venue Debt Service Fund
2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 3,824,875

$

157,469

$ 2,511,476

Revenues
Transfer from HOT Tax Revenues $ 1,086,394
Interest Income
178

$ 3,507,055
-

$ 3,367,278
2,362

$ 1,299,563
37,672

Total Revenues

$ 1,086,572

$ 3,507,055

$ 3,369,640

$ 1,337,235

Total Funds Available

$ 2,901,083

$ 7,331,930

$ 3,527,109

$ 3,848,711

Expenditures
Principal - Bonds
Interest - Bonds
Agent Fees - Bonds

$ 2,015,000
724,109
4,505

$ 2,200,000
2,625,000
-

$

$

Total Expenditures

$ 2,743,614

$ 4,825,000

$ 1,015,633

$ 1,299,563

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

$ 2,506,930

$ 2,511,476

$ 2,549,148

Available Fund Balance 10-01

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
BUDGET

$ 1,814,511

157,469

218,050
797,583
-

226,950
1,072,613
-

Fund Description:
This fund represents the debt service on the Entertainment Venue Private Placement Bonds.
These bonds were issued to fund the engineering and design phase of the Entertainment
Venue Project. The bonds are paid by the 2% Brimer Tax and are secured by the remaining
7% Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues collected by the City.

197

Schedule of Requirements for FY 2011-12
Municipal Drainage Utility Revenue Bonds

Series

Name of Bond

Principal

2010 MDU Revenue Bonds
2012 MDU Revenue Bonds (Projected)

Interest

$80,000
0

$

80,000

Total

$71,899
58,500

$

130,399

$151,899
58,500

$

210,399

This schedule represents the 2011-12 debt service payments due on each outstanding Municipal
Drainage Utility revenue bond issue plus estimated interest on projected bond issues for the
upcoming fiscal year.

198

Schedule of MDU Revenue Bonded
Indebtedness to Maturity
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
2022-23
2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
2026-27
2027-28
2028-29
2029-30
2029-31
2029-32

Principal
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

80,000
215,000
215,000
215,000
220,000
220,000
225,000
225,000
230,000
235,000
240,000
240,000
245,000
250,000
255,000
260,000
265,000
270,000
275,000
130,000
130,000

$

4,640,000

Interest
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Total

130,399
181,449
173,899
166,349
158,374
149,824
141,274
132,455
123,399
114,049
104,393
94,418
84,333
73,883
63,233
52,258
41,045
29,593
17,907
5,850
2,925

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

210,399
396,449
388,899
381,349
378,374
369,824
366,274
357,455
353,399
349,049
344,393
334,418
329,333
323,883
318,233
312,258
306,045
299,593
292,907
135,850
132,925

$ 2,041,309

$

6,681,309

MDU Revenue Bonded Indebtedness to Maturity
Thousands
$450
$400
$350
$300
$250
$200
$150
$100
$50
$2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032

Principal

199

Interest

Municipal Drainage Utility
Interest and Sinking Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

2010-11
BUDGET

-

$

-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
Preliminary

$

160,801

$

228,301

Revenues
Transfer from MDU Fund
Interest Income

$

200,000
-

$

225,449
563

$

225,449
500

$

210,359
563

Total Revenues

$

200,000

$

226,012

$

225,949

$

210,922

Total Funds Available

$

200,000

$

226,012

$

386,750

$

439,222

$

39,199

$

80,000
145,449

$

5,000
80,000
73,449

$

80,000
130,359

Total Expenditures

$

39,199

$

225,449

$

158,449

$

210,359

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

160,801

$

563

$

228,301

$

228,863

Expenditures
Other
Principal - Bonds
Interest - Bonds

Fund Description:

This fund represents the debt service for Municipal Drainage Utility Revenue Bonds.
These bonds will finance major drainage projects within the City's drainage system and
will reduce the likelihood of flooding during major rain events.

200

BOND PROGRAM

201

202

PlaceHolder for
Bond Sales Map

204

FY2011‐2012
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BOND PROGRAM
GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND SALE
$19,600,000
Division

Project

Proposed Amount

Goal 9

Streets

Story Rd at TRE
O'Connor ‐ SH 114 to Lake Carolyn (Design)
Streetlighting
Traffic Signals
Goal 9 Total

Goal 7

Parks & Recreation

Park Land Acquisition

Libraries

South Irving Library

$                 500,000
$                 500,000
$                 200,000
$                 400,000
$             1,600,000

$             2,800,000
Parks Total: $             2,800,000
$           10,700,000
Libraries Total: $           10,700,000
Goal 7 Total $           13,500,000

Goal 4

Communications

Radio System

$             4,500,000
Goal 4 Total $             4,500,000

Total General Obligation Bond Program
g
g

$           19,600,000
$
,
,

FY2011‐2012
WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM CIP 
Non‐Bond CIP Pay‐Go Funding
$8,000,000
Division

Project

Proposed Amount

Goal 9

Water Improvements

Annual Water Main Replacement
Northwest Elevated Tank Rehab
TxDOT Participation (Jamison Line/Grauwyler)
Water Reuse Pilot Construction
Water Total:

Goal 9

Wastewater Improvements

Annual Wastewater Main Replacement
$             1,500,000
Manhole Rehab
$             1,000,000
Wastewater Total: $             2,500,000

Total Water & Sewer System Non‐Bond CIP

$             8,000,000

205

$             1,000,000
$             1,000,000
$             3,000,000
$                 500,000
$             5,500,000

FY2011‐2012
WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM CIP 
Revenue Bond Funding
$12,200,000
Division

Project

Proposed Amount

Goal 9

Water Improvements

Annual Water Main Replacement Program
$             4,675,000
Jamison Line Relocation/Grauwyler
$             2,450,000
Water Total: $             7,125,000

Goal 9

Wastewater Improvements

Annual Wastewater Main Replacement Program
$             4,575,000
Delaware Creek ‐ Nursery to Singleton Design
$                 500,000
Wastewater Total: $             5,075,000

Total Water & Sewer System Revenue Bond Program

$           12,200,000

FY2011‐2012
MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE UTILITY CIP 
Non‐Bond CIP Pay‐Go Funding
$300,000
Division

Goal 10

Project

Drainage Improvements

Neighborhood Drainage

Total MDU Non‐Bond CIP

Proposed Amount

$                300,000
$                300,000

FY2011‐2012
MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE UTILITY CIP 
Revenue Bond Funding
$2,600,000
Division

Goal 10

Drainage Improvements

Project

Delaware Creek 

Total MDU Revenue Bond Program

Proposed Amount

$             2,600,000
$             2,600,000

206

CITY OF IRVING

General Fund Non-Bond CIP Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

7,296,632

$

2,062,627

$

5,134,796

$

449,624

$

2,106,938
219,600
23,874
508,395
29,656
26,045

$

1,253,451
400,000
17,060,000
20,000

$

1,253,451
1,158,316
1,000,000
4,872
5,000

$

1,136,694
1,449,500
1,355,044
5,000

Total Revenues

$

2,914,509

$

18,733,451

$

3,421,639

$

3,946,238

Total Funds Available

$

10,211,141

$

20,796,078

$

8,556,435

$

4,395,862

Revenues
Transfer from General Fund
Transfer from Equipment Replacement
Transfer from Water & Sewer
Transfer from Red Light Camera
Transfer from IAB
Lease Equipment
Contribution From State
Contribution From Dallas Co.
Contribution From Developer
Miscellaneous Non Taxable
Sale of Property
Rental income
Interest on Investments

Expenditures
04 Police Department
Vehicle License Plate Recognition Equipment

6,830

-

21,893

-

05 Fire Department
Reserve for SCBA replacement
Reserve for Cardiac Monitor Replacement
Capital Lease Equipment (Pumpers)
Training Academy Storage Building
Capital Expenditures (Instruments)
Capital items and training

246,387
3,041
265,703
72,854

1,060,000
-

3,613
60,000
82,829
350,537

-

06 Solid Waste Services
Municipal Dumpster Screening

168,666

-

23,331

-

07 Parks and Recreation
Campion Trails
Jaycee Park Improvements
Trinity View Park Renovations
West Irving Aquatic Center
Motocross Park
Sunnybrook Pocket Park
SW Park Improvements

100,859
38,243
13,860
5,071
(39,204)

475,500
-

2,800,000
312,907
475,500
161,140
24,929
38,387

-

207

CITY OF IRVING

General Fund Non-Bond CIP Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
10 Non-Departmental
City Hall Renovation Project
Second Floor Renovation Project
Land Purchases
EOC/Public Safety Center

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

14,910
2,715
-

-

24,590
109
79,831
80,800

-

82,909
8,259

-

1,158,316
1,530

516,762
-

96,030

-

-

-

20 Public Works
TxDOT Participation Projects ROW
Neighborhood Streets
Macarthur Corridor Enhancements
NW Corridor Light Rail Transit
IAC Utility Undergrounding
Las Colinas Utility Undergrounding
Cottonwood Branch Concrete Channel
IH 635 @ Beltline S. Participation
Cottonwood Valley Utility Improvement
Wayfinding Signs (Super Bowl XLV)

1,468,746
194,578
149,576
520,719
489,852
696,603
-

500,000
240,000

23 Information Technology
City-Wide Communication Radio System

-

16,000,000

-

-

136,941

-

504,806

-

-

1,422,723
45,000
47,793

-

14 Library
South Irving Library
West Irving Library
Library Materials
17 Public Health
Animal Services
Humane Society Match

28 Code Enforcement
Demolition
29 Economic Development
Vulnerability Assessment Grant
E Grauwyler/Irving Blvd Intersect
Property Maintenance & Management
Tudor Lane Rehab

24,029
5,424
35,115
1,486
(76,698)
396,891

1,394
303,330
7,207

3,303,780
-

Total Expenditures

$

5,076,345

$

18,275,500

$

8,106,811

$

3,820,542

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

5,134,796

$

2,520,578

$

449,624

$

575,320

Fund Description:
To account for the funding of multi-year capital projects in which funding is provided through General Fund transfers. This fund was
established in FY01-02 to account for Pay-As-You-Go projects.

208

CITY OF IRVING

Convention Center Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
HOT Revenue Bonds
Bond Sale Premium
Transfer in from Convention Center Complex Fund
Sale of Property
Interest on Investments

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

85,728,579

$

1,935,720

$

21,192,029

$

329,370

$

186,047

$

115,000

$

366,599
20,000

$

-

Total Revenues

$

186,047

$

115,000

$

386,599

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

85,914,625

$

2,050,720

$

21,578,628

$

329,370

$

62,047,434
54,000
749,578
236,371
1,635,214

$

-

$

18,297,097
13,500
542,025
1,426,156
400,746
569,733

$

Expenditures
Projects
Convention Center Construction
Consulting
Property Management Services
Office Furniture and fixtures
Office Machinery
A&E

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

64,722,597

$

-

$

21,249,257

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

21,192,029

$

2,050,720

$

329,370

$

329,370

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for the purchase of land and construction of a 350,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art convention center including
100,000 square-foot exhibition space, 20,000 square-foot ballroom and 45,000 square-foot of break-out space. The convention center
opened in January 2011.

209

CITY OF IRVING

Entertainment Venue Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

5,177,789

$

18,890

$

5,330,497

$

2,322,403

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Interest on Investments

$

8,992,000
17,800

$ 215,008,000
5,000

$

5,000

$

-

Total Revenues

$

9,009,800

$ 215,013,000

$

5,000

$

-

Total Funds Available

$ 14,187,589

$ 215,031,890

$

5,335,497

$

2,322,403

$

25,000
8,024,640
753,752
53,700

$

$

274,985
1,082,951
1,143,568
511,590
-

$

2,322,403
-

Expenditures
Outside Services
A&E
Entertainment Venue Construction
Bond Issuance Cost
Transfer to Other Fund
Fiscal Agent Fees

215,008,000
5,000

Total Expenditures

$

8,857,092

$ 215,013,000

$

3,013,095

$

2,322,403

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

5,330,497

$

$

2,322,403

$

-

18,890

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for the purchase of land and construction of an entertainment venue adjacent to the
convention center in the Las Colinas Urban Center.

210

CITY OF IRVING

Street Improvement Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

$

26,649,494

$

51,000

$

5,246,757
218,382
77,944
5,168

$

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 22,203,294

$

299,184

3,000,000
70,000
-

$

2,464,015
64,284
70,000
83,184
4,696

$

1,600,000
70,000

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium (Bond Sale)
Interest on Investments
Sale of Property
Paving Assessments

-

Total Revenues

$

5,548,251

$

3,070,000

$

2,686,179

$

1,670,000

Total Funds Available

$

32,197,745

$

3,121,000

$ 24,889,473

$

1,969,184

$

863,580
95,865
252,238
19,138
15,051
3,228
7,750
163,056
36,804
200,000
453

$

-

$

$

500,000
-

Expenditures
Major Streets
Lake Carolyn - Las Colinas to O'Connor
Northgate - Tom Braniff to Carl
Pioneer - Esters to West ROW S.H. 161
Elwood, Joffre, Mimosa, Willow Repl
O'Connor - SH 183 to Columbia (formerly Riverside)
O'Connor - SH 114 to Lake Carolyn Design
Hardrock - S.H. 183 to Pioneer
Grauwyler - Carl to SH Loop 12
Conflans - SH161 to Valley View
MacArthur - Rochelle to SH 183
Shady Grove/Senter Intersection
Tom Braniff/Univ of Dallas Part
Walnut Hill Lane - Top Hill to Belt Line
Belt Line - Rock Island to City Limits (Amenities)
Las Colinas - Lake Carolyn to Colwell
Rock Island/Dallas Co. Agreement
Valley Ranch Parkway - IH 635 Connector
Neighborhood Streets
Hunter Ferrell - MacArthur to Story
Contingencies & Incentives
Railroad Grade Separations
Story Road at Railtran
Sidewalks and Alleys
2007 Sidewalk Improvements
2010-11 Sidewalk Improvements
2008 Sidewalk Improvements
Streetscaping
ROW Landscaping-Riverside/Lake Carolyn Streetscape
Traffic Signals and Streetlighting
Streetlighting - City Streets
Traffic Management System

2,733,143

-

316,548
30,000

-

971,644

500,000

1,211,995

500,000

3,191

-

-

16,303

-

500,000
-

-

24,299

-

-

736,646
1,243,901

200,000
-

(8)

211

31,100
3,055,032
17,430
1,547,821
5,545,278
2,147,630
18,266
386,440
347,005
32,906
21,500
-

31,173
134,629

-

CITY OF IRVING

Street Improvement Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Signal Systems
Streetlighting - Freeways
Traffic Controls
Participation Projects
TxDot Participation
NW Corridor Light Rail Transit
County Line - SH 183 to Valley View
Miscellaneous
Macarthur Corridor Enhancements
Las Colinas Utility Undergrounding
Shady Grove Greenbelt
South Irving Corridor Enhancements
Bond Issuance Cost
Arbitrage Expense
Bond Issuance Cost
Valley View Business Park
Kinwest Connector Parkway
Brangus Drive Pedestrian Walkways
Transfer to General

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

151,726

-

8,080
285,281
10,583

400,000

1,835,781
53,821
-

-

77,779
2,796

-

818,452
935,190
35,329
23,096
118,705
63,233
2,640

2,000,000
-

4,526,525
1,314,017
1,451
27,393
32,907

-

-

-

409,238

120,850

538,781
5,050
425,000
120,850
$ 24,590,289

$

1,600,000

$

$

369,184

Total Expenditures

$

9,994,451

$

2,620,850

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

22,203,294

$

500,150

Fund Description:

2011-12
PROPOSED

299,184

-

`

To account for the funding of construction of or improvements to the city’s streets, sidewalks, alleys and traffic/streetlighting. The construction is
financed primarily by the proceeds of General Obligation Bonds and interest on investments.

212

CITY OF IRVING

Storm Sewer Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 1,746,487

$

182,897

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$ 2,225,220

$

208,577

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Interest on Investments

$

4,002

$

3,500

$

3,500

$

3,500

Total Revenues

$

4,002

$

3,500

$

3,500

$

3,500

Total Funds Available

$ 2,229,222

$

212,077

$ 1,749,987

$

186,397

$

-

$

$

-

Expenditures
Projects
Delaware Creek - Live Oak to Canyon Oaks $
Shady Grove/Senter Intersection
Water Street
Irving Flood Control District I
Dallas Co Flood Control District I
2007 Misc Drainage Improvements
2006 Misc Drainage Improvements
Running Bear Levee Walls
Centennial Park Slope Protection
Delaware Creek Interceptor
Miscellaneous
Arbitrage Expense
Fiscal Agent Fees

39,135
10,573
390,378
7,028
16,381
2,530
4,064
1,648
-

10,998
-

944,723
75,374
18,727
10,453
41,640
66,864
5,608
397,693

-

6,008
$ 1,567,089

$

-

$

$

186,397

Total Expenditures

$

482,735

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 1,746,487

$

212,077

182,897

-

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for construction of drainage systems. The proceeds of General Obligation Bonds and
interest on investments are used to finance the construction costs.

213

   CITY OF IRVING

      Park Improvement Bond Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10‐01

$            6,725,759

$            1,023,352

$            4,148,585

$                  93,595

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Transfers In
Premium (Bond Sale)
Interest on Investments

$            5,441,081
                          ‐
                  226,470
                    32,201

$            2,100,000
                          ‐
                          ‐
                    35,000

$            2,069,773
                  145,773
                    53,999
                    10,000

$            2,800,000
                          ‐
                          ‐
                    10,000

Total Revenues

$            5,699,752

$            2,135,000

$            2,279,544

$            2,810,000

Total Funds Available

$          12,425,511

$            3,158,352

$            6,428,129

$            2,903,595

Expenditures
Projects
West Irving Aquatics Center
Neighborhood Splash Pool
Family Aquatic Center A&E
Park Land Purchases
Campion Trails
Lake Carolyn Promenade
ADA Children's Park
Tim Markwood Park
Keeler Park Playground
Dog Park
Twin Wells Frontage
Twin Wells Improvement
Natatorium Permanent Roof
Nichols Park
Sunnybrook Pocket Park
Nortwest Park Trail
Woodhaven Park
Park Facilities

$            4,174,003
                               ‐
                               ‐
                      8,273
              1,308,996
              2,232,327
                  106,809
                         330
                  128,352
                    54,324
                               ‐
                               ‐
                      8,025
                      2,940
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                    92,409

$                            ‐
              1,100,000
              1,000,000
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                             ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐

$                  31,423
              1,199,369
              1,000,000
                  875,527
                  944,494
              1,197,415
                               ‐
                              ‐
                  192,000
                      1,111
                      1,320
                  110,000
                               ‐
                  209,723
                  178,448
                  189,480
                    45,000
                               ‐

$                            ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
              2,800,000
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                              ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐
                               ‐

                    58,291

                  122,052

                  122,052

                          ‐

                    65,586
                    35,872
                         390

                          ‐
                          ‐
                          ‐

                    26,794
                    10,377
                          ‐

                          ‐
                          ‐
                          ‐

Total Expenditures

$            8,276,925

$            2,222,052

$            6,334,534

$            2,800,000

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$            4,148,585

$               936,300

$                  93,595

$               103,595

Tranfer to General Fund
Miscellaneous
Bond Issuance Cost
Arbitrage Expense
Fiscal Agent Fees

Fund Description:
To account for the funding of improvements to and enlargements of the city’s park system. These improvements and enlargements
are funded by General Obligation Bond proceeds and interest on investments.

214

CITY OF IRVING

Fire Station Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

567,751

$

97,461

$

459,807

$

29,608

$

729

$

700

$

700

$

700

Total Revenues

$

729

$

700

$

700

$

700

Total Funds Available

$

568,480

$

98,161

$

460,507

$

30,308

Expenditures
Projects
Fire Station #4
Pumpers/Vehicles
Fire Station #12

$

1,001
107,671.00
-

$

-

$

$

-

-

174,131
89,583.14
150,000.00

-

2,184.71
15,000.00

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium on Bond Sale
Interest on Investments

Miscellaneous
Arbitrage Expense
Fiscal Agent Fees

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

108,672

$

-

$

430,899

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

459,807

$

98,161

$

29,608

$

30,308

Fund Description:
To account for the funding of the land purchases and construction of new fire stations, renovations to existing fire
stations, and the acquisition of fire fighting equipment. General Obligation Bond proceeds and interest on investments
are the sources of financing.

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Library Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

6,230,914

$

786,766

$

6,988,876

$

895,131

$

5,343,919
222,426
17,960

$

2,000,000
12,000

$

1,971,212
51,427
12,000

$

10,700,000
-

Total Revenues

$

5,584,305

$

2,012,000

$

2,034,639

$

10,700,000

Total Funds Available

$

11,815,219

$

2,798,766

$

9,023,515

$

11,595,131

$

4,466,634
280,255

$

2,000,000

$

4,267,150
3,849,628

$

10,700,000

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium on Bond Sale
Interest on Investments

Expenditures
Projects
West Irving Library
South Irving Library
Miscellaneous
Bond Issuance Cost
Arbitrage Expense
Fiscal Agent Fees

64,414
-

-

11,606
-

-

Total Expenditures

$

4,826,343

$

2,000,000

$

8,128,384

$

10,700,000

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

6,988,876

$

798,766

$

895,131

$

895,131

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for design, construction and furnishing of library facilities with the proceeds of General
Obligation Bonds and interest on investments.

216

CITY OF IRVING

Criminal Justice Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

13,303

$

13,434

$

8,540

$

8,725

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

7

$

185

$

185

$

-

Total Revenues

$

7

$

185

$

185

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

13,310

$

13,619

$

8,725

$

8,725

Expenditures
Miscellaneous
Arbitrage Expense

4,771

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

4,771

$

-

$

-

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

8,540

$

13,619

$

8,725

$

8,725

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for construction of new facilities and improvements to the Criminal Justice
Center, including the Jail Pod Expansion, the Police/Fire Training Facility and the Auto Pound. The
proceeds of General Obligation Bonds and interest on investments are used to finance the construction
costs.

217

CITY OF IRVING

Landfill Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium (Bond Sale)
Interest on Investments

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPSOSED

691,580

$

-

$

384,360

$

-

1,162

$

-

$

395

$

-

Total Revenues

$

1,162

$

-

$

395

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

692,742

$

-

$

384,755

$

-

$

276,581
29,745
-

$

-

$

336,572
955,216
255
87,711

$

-

Expenditures
Projects
Perimeter Screening Berms
Development of Middle Tract
Landfill Development
Landfill Survey Services
Miscellaneous

2,057

Bond Issuance Cost

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

308,382

$

-

$ 1,379,754

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

384,360

$

-

$ (994,999)

$

-

Fund Description:
To account for the funding of improvements to the sanitary landfill with the proceeds of General Obligation
Bonds and interest on investments. With the creation of the Solid Waste Services enterprise fund, future
capital projects will be funded by the issuance of revenue bonds and will be accounted for in a separate capital
fund.

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     City Buildings Improvement Bond Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10‐01

$    2,631,416

$      849,370

$    2,374,847

$        440,490

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium on Bond Sale
Interest on Investments

$                     ‐
                      ‐
             7,056

$                   ‐
                     ‐
            5,000

$                     ‐
                      ‐
              5,000

$                     ‐
                       ‐
              5,000

Total Revenues

$            7,056

$           5,000

$            5,000

$            5,000

Total Funds Available

$    2,638,472

$      854,370

$    2,379,847

$        445,490

$                     ‐
         110,236
           15,645
           33,000
           34,000
           12,840
                      ‐
           57,905
                      ‐
                      ‐

$                   ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐
                     ‐

$        425,000
         202,272
                      ‐
         514,169
         354,238
              9,946
              4,700
           59,144
         365,792
                      ‐

$                     ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐
                       ‐

                      ‐
                      ‐

                     ‐
                     ‐

              4,096
                      ‐

                       ‐
                       ‐

Total Expenditures

$        263,625

$                   ‐

$    1,939,357

$                     ‐

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$    2,374,847

$      854,370

$        440,490

$        445,490

Expenditures
Projects
Future Museum Site
Briery Road Maintenance Service Center
Arts Center Roof Repair
CJC Generator
Elevator Modernization
City Hall Fuel Storage Remediation
City Hall Renovation Project
Capital Expenditures
Senter Park Roof Repair

Miscellaneous
Arbitrage Expenses
Fiscal Agent Fees

Fund Description:
To account for the funding of construction of renovations to existing city buildings and facilities.

219

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CITY OF IRVING

DART Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

$

1,679,398

$ 1,685,398

$

$

$

$

$

1,344,887
8,153

Total Revenues

$

Total Funds Available

Revenues
DART Proceeds
Transfers from TIF
Interest on Investments

2011-12
PROPOSED
-

$

-

3,000,000
$
-

$

$

8,000

$

-

1,353,041

$

8,000

$ 3,000,000

$

-

$

3,032,439

$ 1,693,398

$ 3,000,000

$

-

$

3,032,439

$

-

$ 3,000,000

$

-

-

-

-

$ 3,000,000

$

-

$

$

-

Expenditures
Projects
TRE Payment
Miscellaneous
Outside Services

-

Total Expenditures

$

3,032,439

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

-

$

$ 1,693,398

Fund Description:
To account for revenue received from DART to fund approved transportation projects within the city.

220

-

-

CITY OF IRVING

Radio Communications System Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

337,921

$

52,062

$

333,840

$

52,062

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Interest

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

4,500,000
-

Total Revenues

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

4,500,000

Total Funds Available

$

337,921

$

52,062

$

333,840

$

4,552,062

$

4,081

$

-

$

281,777

$

4,500,000

Total Expenditures

$

4,081

$

-

$

281,777

$

4,500,000

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

333,840

$

52,062

$

52,062

$

52,062

Expenditures
City-wide Radio System

Fund Description:
To account for funding for the purchase of a city-wide 800 MHz radio communication system used by the
Police, Fire, and General Government. Revenues were from General Obligation Bond Proceeds and
interest on investments.

221

CITY OF IRVING

Animal Shelter
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

2,646,296

$

73,361

$

20,610

$

-

Revenues
Interest on Investments

$

4,173

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Revenues

$

4,173

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

2,650,469

$

73,361

$

20,610

$

-

$

2,629,859

$

-

$

20,610

$

-

Total Expenditures

$

2,629,859

$

-

$

20,610

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

20,610

$

73,361

$

-

$

-

Expenditures
Projects
Animal Shelter

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for the purchase of land, design and construction of a new Animal Shelter.
The new facility is located on Valley View Lane and is a joint project housing the city's Animal Services
operation and the DFW Humane Society. Construction was completed during FY09-10 and the fund
will be closed out at the end of the current fiscal year.

222

CITY OF IRVING

Infrastructure Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

543,368

Revenues
Taxable Certificates of Obligation
Interest on Investments

$

Total Revenues
Total Funds Available

2010-11
ADOPTED
$

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

-

$

71,240

$

44,505

786

$ 33,700,000
-

$

-

$

-

$

786

$ 33,700,000

$

-

$

-

$

544,154

$ 33,700,000

$

71,240

$

44,505

$

472,914

$ 33,700,000
-

$

26,735

$

-

$ 33,700,000

$

26,735

$

-

$

$

44,505

$

44,505

Expenditures
Projects
Waterstreet - Infrastructure
Animal Shelter
Total Expenditures

$

472,914

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

71,240

-

-

Fund Description:
This fund is used to account for capital improvement program items funded through the use of Certificates of
Obligation. Certificates of Obligation are issued to finance projects that were not anticipated or included on
General Obligation Bond Elections.

223

CITY OF IRVING

Gateway Development Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

1,985,883

$

35,505

$

321,145

$

-

$

1,943,243
80,882
9,143

$

500

$

4,272

$

-

Total Revenues

$

2,033,269

$

500

$

4,272

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

4,019,152

$

36,005

$

325,417

$

-

$

3,674,583

$

-

$

325,417

$

-

Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium on Sale of Bonds
Interest on Investments

Expenditures
Projects
Waterstreet - Streetscaping
Miscellaneous
Bond Issuance Cost

23,424

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

3,698,006

$

-

$

325,417

$

-

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

321,145

$

36,005

$

-

$

-

Fund Description:

This fund is used to account for capital projects funded from the sale of General Obligation Bonds for Proposition #10:
Gateway improvements, which was authorized by the 2006 Bond Election. These bonds are used to finance public
improvements associated with private developments.

224

CITY OF IRVING

Municipal Drainage Utility Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Premium on Bond Sale
Interest on Investments

$

$

2010-11
ADOPTED
-

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

120,000

$

2,026,722

$

128,924

2,120,000
(10,071)
690

$

2,600,000
-

$

-

$

2,600,000
-

-

Total Revenues

$

2,110,619

$

2,600,000

$

-

$

2,600,000

Total Funds Available

$

2,110,619

$

2,720,000

$

2,026,722

$

2,728,924

$

-

$

-

$
$

$
$

2,600,000
-

Expenditures
Projects
Centennial Park Slope Protection
Capital Expenditures
Delaware Creek Improvements
Flood Control District #1 Levy
Miscellaneous
Bond Issuance Cost

-

2,000,000
600,000

185,700
1,112,098
600,000

83,897

-

-

-

Total Expenditures

$

83,897

$

2,600,000

$

1,897,798

$

2,600,000

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 2,026,722

$

120,000

$

128,924

$

128,924

Fund Description:

To account for the funding for construction of drainage improvement projects. The proceeds of Municipal
Drainage Revenue Bonds and interest on investments are used to finance the construction costs.

225

CITY OF IRVING

Water Improvement Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

19,862,773

$

2,695,589

$

14,660,327

$

3,164,348

Revenues:
Bond Proceeds
Interest on Investments

$

54,020

$

18,650,000
56,880

$

18,650,000
20,000

$

7,125,000
20,000

Total Revenues

$

54,020

$

18,706,880

$

18,670,000

$

7,145,000

Total Funds Available

$

19,916,793

$

21,402,469

$

33,330,327

$

10,309,348

$

4,060.00

$

$

370,989.75

$

Expenditures
Water Lines
2010 Water Main Replacement Sec I

-

-

Water Main Replacements

-

8,400,000

6,399,452

4,675,000

2010 Water Improvement Projects

-

9,500,000

-

-

2010 Water Main Replacement Sec II
2008 WS Sewer Replacement Sec. 1
Jamison Supply Line Relocation/Grauwyler
Beltline - Rock Island/City Limits/Amenities
2009 Water Main Replacement Sect 3
Nursery - Grauwyler to Pioneer
2009 Water Main Replacement Sect 2
Fairfield/Fairdale/Fairmont
Missy/Marie/Hilltop
Fifteenth/Robinson & Ranier
Nursery-Railroad Basin

2,330
1,531
172,579
-

-

233,235
593,188
5,951
440,260
429,205
457,430
289,715
515,791

2,450,000
-

Pump Stations
MacArthur Pump Station Rehabilitation
Carbon Pump Station to Hurd and Brangus
Lake Chapman Pump Station Addition
Northgate Pump Station
Hackberry Pump Station
Esters Tank

4,811,835
-

750,000
-

9,734
1,000,000
1,500,000
968,297
400,000
410,000

-

23,625
-

-

750,000
171,175
698,114
475,000
1,926,330

-

Neighborhood Streets
Elwood, Joffre, Mimosa, Willow Replacement
Neighborhood Streets

-

-

334,913
35,743

-

Participation Projects
SH & Loop 12 Utility Relocations

-

-

22,725

-

Major Streets
Hardrock Rd. - SH 183 to Pioneer
Grauwyler - Carl to DH Loop 12
Hunter-Ferrell- MacArthur to Story
O'Connor - SH 183 to Columbia
Northgate - Tom Braniff to Carl

226

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Water Improvement Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Miscellaneous
City Wide Converged Network
Water Mains
Outside Services
2008 Water Meter Vault Rehab
2009 Water Meter Vault Rehab
Meter Replacements
Automated Meter Reading Program
Nursery/RR Sanitary Sewer Basin
Lake Pat Mayse Study
Arbitrage Expense

2010-11
ADOPTED

31,400
112,349
58,709
38,047

2010-11
ESTIMATED
-

2011-12
PROPOSED

2,000,000
7,180,507
719,411
30,266
1,536,000
52,133
8,708
199,640
2,067
-

-

.
Total Expenditures

$

5,256,466

$

18,650,000

$

30,165,979

$

7,125,000

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 14,660,327

$

2,752,469

$

3,164,348

$

3,184,348

Fund Description:

To account for the funding for construction of water improvements. The proceeds of Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds
and interest on investments are used to finance the construction costs.

227

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Sanitary Sewer Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues
Bond Proceeds
Interest on Investments
Miscellaneous Non-Taxable
Total Revenues
Funds Available

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$

10,332,239

$

143,793

$

8,698,689

$

196,192

$

28,298
-

$

8,400,000
5,000
-

$

8,400,000
10,000
1,635

$

5,075,000
10,000
-

$

28,298

$

8,405,000

$

8,411,635

$

5,085,000

$

10,360,537

$

8,548,793

$

17,110,324

$

5,281,192

$

8,400,000

$

3,504,509

$

4,575,000

Expenditures
Sanitary Sewer Lines
Sanitary Sewer Main Replacements
2008 Sanitary Sewer Main Repl - Section IV
Loop 12/Grauwyler SS Basin

$

407,012

-

-

-

17,820

-

2,118,270

-

158,323

-

629,064

-

2008 Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement Section II

(30,245)

-

-

-

French/Grauwyler Basin I

266,230

-

-

-

54" MacArthur Crossing SS Intercept.

French/Grauwyler Basin I/I

845

-

-

-

2007 Concrete SS Intercept.

5,945

-

-

-

Delaware Creek Interceptor

185,551

-

5,441,033

-

40,869

-

14,951

-

Delaware Creek - Nursery to Singleton (Design)

-

-

-

500,000

2009 Water Main Replacement Section 2

-

-

75,168

-

Nursery/RR Sanitary Sewer Basin

Fairfield/Fairdale/Fairmont

-

-

203,341

-

Missy/Marie/Hilltop

-

-

102,159

-

Fifteenth/Robinson & Ranier

-

-

366,904

-

Nursery-Railroad Basin

-

-

1,230,209

-

Hardrock Rd - SH 183 to Pioneer

-

-

341,594

-

Hunter Ferrell - MacArthur to Story

-

-

263,171

-

-

-

504,131

-

1,415

-

82,774

-

Major Streets

Neighborhood Streets
Elwood, Joffre, Mimosa, Willow Replacement
Participation Projects
SH 183 Utility Relocations (TXDOT)
Spur 348 Utility Improvements

584,224

-

-

-

-

-

6,855

-

TXDOT Participation Projects

228

CITY OF IRVING

Sanitary Sewer Bond Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

Miscellaneous
Arbitrage Expense
City Wide Converged Network

23,223
-

-

2,000,000

-

-

-

30,000

-

Contingencies & Incentives
Total Expenditures

$

1,661,848

$

8,400,000

$

16,914,132

$

5,075,000

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

8,698,689

$

148,793

$

196,192

$

206,192

Fund Description:

To account for the funding for the construction of wastewater improvements. The proceeds of Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds and
interest on investments are used to finance these construction costs.

229

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    Water & Sewer System Non‐Bond CIP Fund
2009‐10
ACTUAL

2010‐11
ADOPTED

2010‐11
ESTIMATED

2011‐12
PROPOSED

Available Fund Balance 10‐01

$     10,641,908

$               28,530

$        20,365,678

$          1,528,358

Revenues:
Transfers from Water & Sewer System Fund
 Misc. Non Taxable ‐ Contributions
Transfer In
Interest on Investments

$       5,850,000
$             14,716
         9,400,063
               49,713

$          6,250,000

$          7,750,000

$          8,000,000

                            ‐
                    3,500

                            ‐
                  21,356

                            ‐
                            ‐

Total Revenues

$     15,314,492

$          6,253,500

$          7,771,356

$          8,000,000

Total Funds Available

$     25,956,400

$          6,282,030

$        28,137,034

$          9,528,358

Expenditures
Water Lines
 Miscellaneous Water Main Replacement
2009 Water Main Replacement Sect 1
Large Meter Testing and Repair
Water Mains
Lake Carolyn Pkw‐Las Col/O'Conner

$                       ‐
                 9,632
              57,703
           284,203
           121,773

$          2,000,000
                            ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐

$                          ‐
                            ‐
                 91,003
              644,330
                           ‐

$          1,000,000
                            ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐

Pump Stations
Additional Pump at Northgate Pump Station
Pump and Motor Control Center at Hackberry
MacArthur Pump Station

                        ‐
              66,072
              75,933
        3,943,322

                           ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐

                           ‐
              173,275
           2,798,593

                           ‐
                           ‐
                           ‐

SStorage Tanks
T k
Northwest Elevated Tank Rehab

                        ‐

           1,000,000

              78,853
                        ‐
                        ‐

                           ‐
                           ‐
           2,000,000

                 52,488
              335,309
                           ‐

                           ‐
                           ‐
           1,500,000

           172,488

                           ‐

           414,308
                        ‐
              69,543
           161,698

                           ‐
           1,000,000
                           ‐
                           ‐

                   1,980
         22,192,830
                 32,487
                           ‐
                   3,875
                      476

                           ‐
           3,000,000
              500,000
                           ‐
           1,000,000
                           ‐

             135,195

               282,030

               282,030

                            ‐

Total Expenditures

$       5,590,722

$          6,282,030

$        26,608,676

$          8,000,000

Available Fund Balance 09‐30

$     20,365,678

$                          ‐

$          1,528,358

$          1,528,358

Sewer Lines
Delaware Creek Interceptor ‐ 2nd to Grauwyler
Northgate ‐ Tom Braniff to Carl
Miscellaneous Wastewater Replacements
Miscellaneous
SH114 & Loop 12 Utility Relocations
TxDOT Participation (Jamison Line/Grauwyler)
Water Reuse Pilot Construction
Facility Security
Automated Meter Reading Program
Cottonwood Valley Utility Improvements
Transfer to General Fund

           1,000,000

Fund Description:
To account for the financing and construction of Pay‐As‐You‐Go water and wastewater main replacements funded by transfers
from the Water and Sewer System Operating Fund.

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CITY OF IRVING

Municipal Drainage Utility Non-Bond CIP Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

Available Fund Balance 10-01

$

-

$

Revenues
Transfer from MDU Fund
Interest on Investments

$

-

$

Total Revenues

$

-

Total Funds Available

$

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

-

$

-

$

1,863,308

-

$

2,863,308
-

$

300,000
-

$

-

$

2,863,308

$

300,000

-

$

-

$

2,863,308

$

2,163,308

$

-

$

-

$
$

1,000,000
-

$
$

1,863,308
300,000

Total Expenditures

$

-

$

-

$

1,000,000

$

2,163,308

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$

-

$

-

$

1,863,308

$

-

-

-

Expenditures
Projects
Heritage District Drainage
Neighborhood Drainage

Fund Description:
To account for the funding for construction of Pay-As-You-Go drainage improvements. Funded by transfers
from the MDU Operating Fund.

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232

REPLACEMENT FUNDS

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234

CITY OF IRVING

Equipment Replacement Fund

Available Fund Balance 10-01

2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

$ 17,008,236

$ 12,638,977

$ 12,204,498

$

$ 1,100,360
169,566
170,291
6,256
376,283

$

Revenues
Miscellaneous Revenue (trsf for lease payment) $ 1,524,138
Contributions from General
160,566
Contributions from W/S System
Contributions from Municipal Drainage
141,533
Contributions from Garage
13,256
Transfers from Solid Waste Services
226,283
Transfers from General Fund
Loan Proceeds
Sale of Fix Asset
249,750
Transfer from Other
Interest on Investments
58,648

(150,000)
169,566
170,291
6,256
376,283

2011-12
REQUEST
-

$

-

$

-

31,597

176,125
31,597

6,400
7,000
-

10,500

-

-

266,190
1,583,636
154,566
92,833
6,256
226,283

2011-12
2011-12
UPGRADES PROPOSED
$ 12,901,178

$

266,190
1,590,036
161,566
92,833
6,256
226,283
10,500

Total Revenues

$ 2,374,174

$

603,993

$ 2,030,478

$ 2,340,264

$ 13,400

$ 2,353,664

Total Funds Available

$ 19,382,410

$ 13,242,970

$ 14,234,976

$

$

-

$ 15,254,842

$

$

$

$

561,000
132,000

$

-

$

561,000
132,000

$

400,000
175,000
79,000

$
$

-

$
$

400,000
175,000
79,000

-

Expenditures
Dept. #4 - Police
Van
Patrol Sedans
Tahoe
Sedan
Motorcycle
SUV
Dept. #5 - Fire
Ambulance
Pickup Truck
Van
3/4 Ton Suburban
SUV
Dept. #6 - Solid Waste Services
60K GVW Rear Loader
Track Loader
Garbage Truck w/ 25 Yd body
Freightliner Brush
3/4 Ton Pickup
3/4 Ton Pickup 4x4
1/2 Ton SUV-HYBRID
Broom Truck
Dept. #7 - Parks & Recreation
3/4 Ton Pickup
1/2 Ton Pickup
F350 Reg Cab
1 Ton Truck w/Utility Body

17,504
557,680
61,966
24,533
40,359

325,000
-

$
46,652
34,523

-

$

39,545

45,104

-

22,000
-

22,000
-

-

-

52,000
34,000
-

52,000
34,000
-

$ 1,124,500
$
534,076

42,718
31,612
47,667
134,558

$

325,000
-

$

38,650

235

$

38,650

200,000
180,000
-

$

25,000
80,000
-

-

$

-

200,000
180,000
-

$

25,000
80,000
-

CITY OF IRVING

Equipment Replacement Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL
Dept. #8 - Water Customer Service
Ford F-150
F350 Diesel Ext Cab W/Utility Body
2010 Ford F-550 Reg. Cab Diesel dually
Dept #17 - Animal Services
3/4T P/U with Animal Box
Dept #19 - Capital Improvement Projects
Chevy 2500 Utility Body
Sedan Mid-size
SUV

2010-11
ADOPTED

2011-12
REQUEST

2011-12
2011-12
UPGRADES PROPOSED

$

50,000

$

50,000

$

25,037
-

$

7,000
-

$
$

32,037
-

$

133,500

$

133,500

$

-

$

-

$

-

24,750
78,554

Dept #21 - Transportation (+Street)
1 Ton Crew Cab Truck w/Utility Body
Ford F450 Super Duty
Ford F250 with Utility Body
Ford F450 Super Duty - bucket truck
Ford F150
Sterling 5-6 YD Dump
F650 Flatbed Dump

2010-11
ESTIMATED

-

70,000
-

-

6,400
-

76,400
-

$

-

$

-

$

61,000
61,000

$

-

$

61,000
61,000

51,814
24,865
155,810
70,619

Dept. #23 - Information Technology
1/2 Ton Van

$

36,286

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Dept. #28 - Code Enforcement
Ford Ranger

$

44,939

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Dept. #32 - Water Utilities
1/2 Ton Pickup
3/4 Ton Cab/Chassis
Truck w/Sewer Rodding Machine
Sewer Wash Truck
4 X 4 SUV
Loader
Van
2011 Freightliner w/ Vactor Service Jetter
2010 Freightliner Diesel Crew
F-150
Sterling With Crane For Dept 32
Dept #41 Municipal Drainage Utility
Street Sweeper
SUV
F150

19,000
89,215
158,574
30,454
116,724
21,695

175,000

175,000

-

-

-

25,037
-

-

25,037
-

303,930
-

456,642
29,654
18,608

$

$ 2,508,012
$
154,771

$

Total Expenditures

$ 7,177,912

$ 1,067,608

$ 1,333,798

$ 2,340,264

$ 13,400

$ 2,353,664

Available Fund Balance 09-30

$ 12,204,498

$ 12,175,362

$ 12,901,178

$

$

$ 12,901,178

Capital Lease Equipment
Lease purchase payments

Net Change

$

237,458
-

-

-

(4,803,738)

$

237,458
-

$

$
$

266,190

$
$

696,680

236

-

266,190

-

$

-

$

$
$

-

$
$

-

-

266,190

-

Fleet Recommendations
Vehicle #
04745‐4
0421
04841‐4
0421
04823‐4
0421
04877‐4
0421
04894‐4
0421
04747‐4
0421
04703‐4
0421
04842‐4
0421
04915‐4
0421
04871‐4
0421
04889‐4
0421
0421
04888‐4
04880‐4
0421
04854‐4
0421
04875‐4
0421
04833‐4
0421
04870‐4
0421
04906‐4
0421
04932‐4
0421
04905‐4
0421
04603‐4
0421
Police Total 
05137‐5
05138‐5
05095‐4
05100‐4
05099‐4
05098‐4
05094‐4
05119‐4
05123‐4
Fire Total

0582
0582
0532
0532
0532
0532
0532
0532
0532

06160‐5
0612
06163‐5
0612
07108‐4
0782
0751
07115‐5
13010‐4
1330
18068‐5
1822
18077‐5
1822
22036‐4
1942
22031‐4
1942
32140‐4
3271
08009‐4
0815
08003‐4
0815
Other dept. Total

Year/Make
2006 Crown Victoria
2006 Crown Victoria
2006 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2005 Crown Victoria
2004 Chevy Impala
2006 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2006 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2006 Crown Victoria
2007 Crown Victoria
2007 Chevy Tahoe
2008 Chevy Tahoe
2007 Chevy Tahoe
2001 Chevy Tahoe

Cost to replace
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$33,000.00
$693,000.00

2008 Ambulance Ford F450
2008 Ambulance Ford F450
2000 Chevrolet Pickup ‐ 1500
2000 Chevrolet Pickup ‐ 1500
2000 Chevrolet Pickup ‐ 1500
2000 Chevrolet Pickup ‐ 1500
2000 Chevrolet Pickup ‐ 1500
2003 Suburban
2003 Suburban

$200,000 
$200,000 
$35,000 
$35,000 
$35,000 
$35,000 
$35,000 
$39,500 
$39,500 
$654,000.00

2003 Freightliner Brush
2003 Sterling 25 YD
2000 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pickup
2001 Ford F350 Reg Cab
2000 Ford Crown Victoria
1999 Sterling 5‐6 YD Dump
2000 Ford F650 Flatbed Dump
2000 Chevy 2500 Utility Body
1998 Chevy 2500 Utility Body
2001 Ford F150 Ext. Cab
2002 Ford F150 Reg
200 Ford F150 Reg

$180,000.00
$200,000.00
$25,000.00
$80,000.00
$0.00
$61,000.00
$61,000.00
$40,000.00
$30,000.00
$25,037.00
$25,037.00
$0.00
$727,074.00

Grand Total

$2,074,074.00
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CITY OF IRVING

Computer Replacement Fund
2009-10
ACTUAL

2010-11
ADOPTED

2010-11
ESTIMATED

2011-12
PROPOSED

$ 5,436,709

$ 4,623,910

$4,633,596

$ 3,419,892

$

252,380
4,345
47,911
78,110
1,209
13,738

$

199
126,190
4,345
47,911
39,055
6,639
398
11,560

$

199
126,190
4,345
47,911
39,055
6,639
398
11,560

$

398
126,190
4,345
23,956
6,639
398
11,584

Total Revenues

$ 397,693

$

236,297

$ 236,297

$

173,510

Total Funds Available

$ 5,834,402

$ 4,860,207

$4,869,892

$ 3,593,402

$

$

150,000
200,000
100,000

$ 150,000
200,000
100,000

$

200,000
250,000
250
000

200,000
250,000
250
000

775,924

350,000

550,000

250,000
250,000
350,000

Total Expenditures

$ 1,200,806

$ 1,250,000

$1,450,000

$ 1,250,000

Available Fund Balance 9-30

$ 4,633,596

$ 3,610,207

$3,419,892

$ 2,343,402

Available Fund Balance 10-01
Revenues:
Receipts from General Fund
Receipts from Economic Development Fund
Receipts from Water/Sewer System
Receipts from Garage Fund
Receipts from Solid Waste Enterprise
Receipts from Municipal Court Technology
Receipts from Housing and Human Services
Receipts from Heritage & Museum Fund
Miscellaneous
Interest on Investments

Expenditures
Desktop Computers
Laptop Computers
Printer-Scanner-Fax
Servers & Backup
Maintenance
Projects
Consolidation Projects (Database Clustering--Phase 3/
City Hall Physical Access Security
Mobile Data Computers - Police
Mobile Data Computers - Fire
Major Software ( Licenses Renewal)

34,950
-

150,000
200,000
50,000

Fund Description:
To account for transfers from the user department in an amount equal to the depreciation of personal computers, and
the network. The money used to replace computer hardware on a regular basis as the equipment becomes fully
depreciated and a need for replacement exists. Citywide software applications and telephone systems are also
purchased through this fund.

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