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File #: 20-0691    Version: 1
Type: recommendation Status: Passed
File created: 9/2/2020 In control: Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee
Agenda date: 9/17/2020 Final action: 9/17/2020
Title: 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Recommendation
Attachments: 1. Web link to 2021 Prelim CFP


2021-2026 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Recommendation


Recommended Action

Move to authorize Chair to prepare recommendation letter to Planning Commission and City Council.




Review draft park projects in the Preliminary 2021-2026 Capital Facilities Plan and prepare recommendation letter.


Staff Contact:

Tammy LeDoux, Finance & Policy Coordinator, Parks, Arts & Recreation, 360.753.8053

Jake Lund, Senior Engineer, Parks, Arts & Recreation, 360.753.8152



Tammy LeDoux, Finance & Policy Coordinator


Background and Analysis:

The Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) is an annually-updated document that is used to identify funding for City capital projects on a 6-year horizon, as required by the state Growth Management Act.  The projects proposed in the draft Parks, Arts & Recreation chapter of the 2021-2026 CFP are drawn from the 2016 Parks, Arts and Recreation Plan.


The Committee received a briefing on the CFP at their August meeting and will prepare a recommendation to forward to City Council and the Planning Commission.


Financial Impact:

The draft CFP proposes $4,623,961 in appropriations for park capital projects in 2021. The funding sources for park capital projects are: impact fees, SEPA mitigation fees, Olympia Municipal Park District (OMPD) funds, Voted Utility Taxes (V.U.T.), and Non-Voted Utility Taxes (N.V.U.T.).



Web link to 2021 Prelim CFP