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File #: 19-0783    Version: 1
Type: information Status: Filed
File created: 8/28/2019 In control: Planning Commission
Agenda date: 9/9/2019 Final action: 9/9/2019
Title: Briefing on the Preliminary Capital Facilities Plan and 2020-2025 Financial Plan
Attachments: 1. 2020-2025 Preliminary Capital Facilities Plan, 2. Comprehensive Plan
Related files: 19-0892
Briefing on the Preliminary Capital Facilities Plan and 2020-2025 Financial Plan

Recommended Action
Information only. No action requested.

Informational briefing from staff on the elements of the Preliminary Capital Facilities Plan and 2020-2025 Financial Plan.

Staff Contact:
Stacey Ray, Senior Planner, Community Planning & Development, 360.753.8046

Eric Christensen, Water Resources Director, Public Works
Fran Eide, City Engineer, Public Works
Laura Keehan, Parks Planning & Design Manager, Parks, Arts & Recreation
Meliss Maxfield, General Services Director, Public Works
Cary Retlin, Home Fund Manager, Community Planning & Development
Sophie Stimson, Transportation Program & Planning Supervisor, Public Works

Background and Analysis:
The Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) is a 20-year plan to implement the Comprehensive Plan vision. It shows how the city will provide urban governmental services at adopted levels of service standards for the existing and projected population growth in the City and Urban Growth Area. It includes project timing, location, costs, and funding sources for capital projects. Also part of the CFP is a six-year financially constrained plan with identified projects, anticipated costs, and proposed funding sources.

The Planning Commission is responsible for reviewing the plan, holding a Public Hearing, and providing comments to City Council. On Monday, August 19, the Commission received an introductory briefing on the CFP by Administrative Services Director Debbie Sullivan. The purpose of this meeting is for Commissioners to receive additional information from staff who are subject matter experts in the different types of projects that are included in the CFP.

No deliberation on the CFP will occur, and no action will be taken by Commissioners. This is an opportunity for Commissioners to receive information from staff and ask clarifying questions. The Commission will host a Public Hearing on Mon...

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