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062719 PTS AgendaIn compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk's Department at 951-694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] MEETING AGENDA TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD AT TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2019, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Sullivan ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of fifteen minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commission on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commission about an item not listed on the Agenda, a yellow "Request to Speak" form may be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name. For all other agenda items, a "Request to Speak" form may be filed with the Recording Secretary before the Commission gets to that item. There is a three-minute time limit for individual speakers. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. Action Minutes of May 23, 2019 RECOMMENDATION: 1. Approve the Action Minutes of May 23, 2019. 1 COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Redhawk Parkway/Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Calming Analysis RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 1 Recommend the City Council approve the recommended traffic calming measures identified in the Redhawk Parkway/Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Calming Analysis prepared by Willdan Engineering. 3. Emergency Management Update RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 1. Receive and file the presentation. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT City Council and Public/Traffic Safety Commission Joint Meeting — January 14, 2020 POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, July 25, 2019, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet (including staff reports) will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, 'I'emecula) after 4:00 PM the Friday before the Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting. At that time, the agenda packet may also be accessed on the City's website —T emcculaC'A.gov— and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting, Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on the Agenda, after the posting of the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula, 8:00 AM — 5:00 PM). In addition, such material may be accessed on the City's website—TemeculaCA.gov- will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting, please contact the Public Works Department at the "Temecula Civic Center, (951) 694-6411. 2 ITEM NO. 1 Action Minutes of May 23, 2019 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan (6 PM) FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Richardson ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: None PUBLIC COMMENTS: Bob Hawley COMMISSION REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of April 25, 2019 — Approved staff recommendation (4-0-1) with a motion made by Commissioner Hagel and seconded by Commissioner Carter. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, and Sullivan; Commissioner Richardson abstained. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of April 25, 2019. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Meadows Parkway Bike Lane Implementation —Approved staff recommendation (5- 0) with a motion made by Commissioner Hagel and seconded by Commissioner Moses. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Direct Staff to implement Option 3 — Shared Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility on Meandering Sidewalk adjacent to Temecula Middle School. 2.2 Direct Staff to implement the modified striping section on Meadows Parkway between Corte Florecita and Pauba Road. 2.3 Direct Staff to implement the Buffered Bike Lane striping improvements on Meadows Parkway between La Serena Way and Temecula Parkway. Speaker: Jason Osborn 1 TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT - The meeting adjourned at 6:52 PM in honor of former CHP Captain and P/TS Commissioner Pete Ramos. The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, June 27, 2019, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Bradley Sullivan Patrick A. Thomas Chairperson Director of Public Works/City Engineer 2 ITEM NO. 2 Redhawk Parkway/ Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Calming Analysis TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT AGENDA REPORT Public/Traffic Safety Commission Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer June 27, 2019 OF TEMeCG�'i'. 1110 00 44,6 19x9 0,UNS NEW OTOS Item 2 Redhawk ParkwayNail Ranch Parkway Traffic Calming Analysis Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 1. Recommend the City Council approve the recommended traffic calming measures identified in the Redhawk Parkway/ail Ranch Parkway Traffic Calming Analysis prepared by Willdan Engineering. BACKGROUND: In July 2018, the Commission directed Staff to initiate a comprehensive traffic calming study on the Redhawk ParkwayNail Ranch Parkway "Loop", including the review of roadway conditions, vehicular volume and speed data collection, review of pedestrian activity along the "Loop" and at school area crossings, and a sight distance analysis at key intersections. The goal of the study was to develop traffic calming alternatives, including the deployment of VCalm signs, striping features, visibility mitigation alternatives, and pedestrian enhancing features at uncontrolled crossings on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway. In September 2018, Willdan Engineering was retained to evaluate conditions, collect data, perform the traffic calming analysis and prepare a comprehensive report that identifies potential traffic calming measures that can be implemented on the "Loop". The final report was completed in May 2018. The study analyzed speed data on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway, reviewed sight distance at twenty-three (23) locations, evaluated pedestrian movements at uncontrolled crosswalks, and evaluated turning movement and twenty-four (24) hour volume data at various segment and intersections along the "Loop". The results of the analysis was used to develop the following recommended traffic calming measures: • Road Diet on Vail Ranch Parkway between Redhawk Parkway and Peppercorn Drive • Reduction of Posted Speed Limit to 40 MPH on Vail Ranch Parkway from Redhawk Parkway to Nighthawk Pass and Redhawk Parkway from Vail Ranch Parkway to Peppercorn Drive • Create dual westbound left -turn lanes at the intersection of Redhawk Parkway at Peppercorn Drive • Modify traffic signal operation to "rest in red" from 10 PM to 6 AM at the five (5) signalized intersection on the "Loop" • Modify striping and traffic signal operation at the Redhawk Parkway at Vail Ranch Parkway intersection to improve operations at the intersection and adjacent intersections 1 • Install raised median at the intersection of Redhawk Parkway at Via Salito to restrict egressing left -turn movements • Modify raised median and install southbound "U-turn" lane at the intersection of Redhawk Parkway at Wolf Valley Road • Install Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at marked school crosswalk on Vail Ranch Parkway at Camino Rubano • Establish All -Way Stop control at the intersection of Vail Ranch Parkway at Niclyn Drive/Cinon Drive • Implement VCalm signs at various locations along the "Loop" The above mentioned recommendations are included in the attached Executive Summary. Steve Libring, Consulting Traffic Engineer, Willdan Engineering, will provide a detailed presentation of the analysis and recommended traffic calming measures. A summary of the analysis along with the recommended traffic calming measures was presented to the Redhawk Homeowner's Association, Board of Directors at their meeting of June 19, 2019. Staff will provide a brief summary of the results of the meeting along with the HOA's preferred alternatives The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds are available in the Public Works, Traffic Division's operating budget for installation of signing and striping improvements, and traffic control devices. The installation of median improvements will need to be programmed into the City's Capital Improvement Program for future allocation of construction funds. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Location Map 2. Executive Summary 2 LOCATION MAP TILE CITY OF TEMECULA LOCATION MAP 2,206.7 1,103.33 2,206.7 Feet WGS_1984_Web_Mercator Auxiliary_Sphere © Latitude Geographics Group Ltd. This map is a user generated static output from an Internet mapping site and is for reference only. Data layers that appear on this map may or may not be accurate, current, or otherwise reliable. THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION Legend Parcels Highways . HWY . INTERCHANGE . INTERSTATE OFFRAMP ONRAMP USHWY Street Names ii Parks Schools Hospitals Public Facilities City of Temecula Boundary Streets <all other values> <Null> COLLECTOR FREEWAY LIMITED SECONDARY ARTERIAL LOCAL MAJOR ARTERIAL MODIFIED SECONDARY ARTERL NO CLASSIFCATION ASSIGNED NO CLASSIFICATION ASSIGNED Notes EXECUTIVE SUMMARY City of Temecula Executive Summary: Redhawk and Vail Hawk Traffic Anal sis The City of Temecula requested an analysis be performed along the loop street of Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway to address resident's concerns about excessive vehicular speeds and visibility constraints. Willdan Engineering has been contracted to provide a review of the existing conditions, analyze the issues, provide options for consideration by the City, along with recommendations for best results. The findings and recommendations will be presented to City staff, City Council subcommittee members, neighborhood HOA, the Public Safety / Traffic Commission, and ultimately the City Council for final determinations. The loop street of Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway is essentially a 4 -lane divided highway with raised landscaped medians dividing the travel lanes. Left turn pockets are provided at intersections and bike lanes exist along the entire loop. There are several school crossings in the northeasterly portion of the Vail Ranch Parkway loop where a crossing guard is posted at the all -way stop controlled intersection of Camino Piedra Rojo to provide a supervised crossing for students during school hours. At other adjacent intersections, students cross Vail Ranch Parkway unassisted at mid -block or stop controlled locations. In order to avoid delays caused by the crossing guard and stop signs, parents currently utilize Johnston Drive as a bypass route to and from the middle school. An additional controlled crossing at Camino Rubano would be helpful for students living west of the loop street. A review of visibility indicates that visibility is marginal for conditions and speeds at several intersections along the loop. Field observations also revealed much heavier volumes in the southwesterly portion of the loop (Redhawk Parkway). Our review also determined that speeds are an issue especially where the 851h% speed is 52 mph. A review of traffic conditions at the intersection of Peppercorn Drive indicates that the long vehicle queues during peak school periods justifies consideration of an additional westbound left turn lane. Recommendations: As mentioned, Willdan Engineering was tasked with analyzing conditions on the loop and developing mitigation measures including the possible implementation of a "road diet" on the loop. The road diet on the loop would require the elimination of one travel lane in each direction. In order to maintain level of service "E" or better with just one lane in each direction and left turn lanes at intersections, segment traffic volumes need to be approximately 17,000 vehicles per day. The entire loop is well below that threshold with the exception of Redhawk Parkway from Peppercorn Drive to Vail Ranch Parkway. Based on the available capacity, this allows the City to consider a "road diet" solution on the remaining sections of the loop street and still maintain reasonable circulation and capacity with future growth. The advantages of having just one lane on the segment between Peppercorn Drive and Redhawk Parkway are: • Improved sight distance for exiting side street traffic. City of Temecula Redhawk and Vail Hawk Traffic Analysis • Less lanes for exiting drivers to gauge the speed of approach vehicles • Potentially reduced speeds along loop street by platooning vehicles into one lane and not allowing any passing • Creation of a wide buffer zone between moving vehicles and bicyclists & pedestrians • Create potential for adding right only lanes at key intersections • Create potential for adding acceleration lanes at key intersections • Reduces the number of moving travel lanes that pedestrians, school children, and bicyclists must cross • Provides refuge area for pedestrians, school children and bicyclists when crossing • Potentially reduces collisions For these reasons, a "road diet" should be considered as the first feasible option for implementation on the loop. The "road diet" resolves most of the current issues on the loop. Since traffic volumes on Redhawk Parkway between Peppercorn Drive and Vail Ranch Parkway were much higher, the recommendation is to maintain two travel lanes on this segment. Additional measures are also suitable for implementation at various locations, as well as cost effective, and Willdan Engineering would also recommend the following: 1. All -way stop on Vail Ranch Parkway at Niclyn Drive / Cinon Drive. 2. Reduce the posted speed limit to 40 MPH on Vail Ranch Parkway from Redhawk Parkway to Nighthawk Pass and on Redhawk Parkway from Vail Ranch Parkway to Peppercorn Drive due to visibility constraints. The current 85th percentile speed on these segments is 47 MPH or less. 3. Restripe for westbound left -turn lanes on Redhawk Parkway at Peppercorn Drive. 4. Speed feedback signage at various locations to remind drivers of the posted speed limits. 5. Modify signal operation to rest in red late at night from 10pm to 6am at all intersections. 6. At the intersection of Redhawk Parkway at Vail Ranch Parkway install the following improvements: • Restripe the free right turn at Redhawk Parkway / Vail Ranch Parkway to avoid yielding when entering the Southbound traffic lanes North of Via Cordoba. • Install a wide buffered bike lane. • Install a Southbound right turn only lane on Redhawk Parkway at Vail Ranch Parkway with green overlap arrow. • Allow the exiting traffic at Via Cordoba to have a separate acceleration lane. 7. Install center median on Redhawk Parkway at Via Saltio to allow left turns in (or U- turns), prohibit left turns out, and construct Southbound U-turn lane at on Redhawk Parkway at Wolf Valley Road 8. Install a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) for the crosswalk on Vail Ranch Parkway at Camino Rubano. City of Temecula Summary: Redhawk and Vail Hawk Traffic Analysis Application of various measures will help the City of Temecula resolve issues along the loop street in the most cost-efficient manner. The program outlined will include public comments and be tailored to the needs of the residents and the City. Traffic volumes are such that the levels of service at key intersections will be maintained with the new striping proposed yet enhancing the flow where needed. Approximate cost estimates have been provided for many of the options to allow the City to gauge how many traffic calming features they wish to pursue. The options recommended were selected based on the lower cost for the most benefits, helping stretch the City's funding further. Safety, walkability, bicycling and speed calming along the loop are some of the primary purposes for this type of project and implementation of these recommendations should assist significantly with those goals. Meeting with staff, Council, and residents will help ensure public input and buy -in for the proposals presented. Once implemented, a follow- up study should take place to see if further speed reductions are justified, if any measures need to be adjusted, and if enforcement strategies are being effective. ITEM NO. 3 Emergency Management Update TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: AGENDA REPORT Public/Traffic Safety Commission Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer June 27, 2019 Item 3 Emergency Management Update of TE4te ?t 06 1989 °'149NS•NEW°I Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 1. Receive and file the presentation. BACKGROUND: Mr. Robert Cardenas, Risk Manager will provide an update regarding the City's Emergency Management operation. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: CC: MEMORANDUM Pat Thomas, Director of Public Works Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Manager - PW Streets q.:\ June 1, 2019 Monthly Activity Report for May 2019 Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer, Capital Improvements Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer - Land Development Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst - Capital Improvements Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist - Traffic Attached please find the Monthly Activity Report for the Month of May 2019. The attached spreadsheets detail the maintenance activities and related costs completed by both in-house crews and maintenance contractors. Attachments: Monthly Activity Report Street Maintenance Division Street Maintenance Contractors Detail Report Contracted Maintenance Work Completed Graffiti Removal Chart MEMORANDUM TO: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Manager DATE: June 1, 2019 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report - May 2019 The following activities were performed by the Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of May 2019: SIGNS A. Total signs replaced B. Total signs installed C. Total signs repaired D. Banners Replaced I1. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 39 6 23 2 39 III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A. C. repairs 2,51 Osf B. Total Tons 50 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 35 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D. Bowls V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Total locations B. Total S.F. VII. STENCILING A. 189 New and Repainted Legends B. 811 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 40 RPMs Installed 400sf 15 1,4 I4sf R \MAI\TAIMMOACTRPT Also, City Maintenance staff responded to £3 service order requests ranging from weed abatement, tree trimming, sign repair, A.C. failures, litter removal, and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 58 service order requests for the month of April 2019. The Maintenance Crew has also put in Z hours of overtime which includes standby time, special events and response to street emergencies. The total cost for Street Maintenance performed by Contractors for the month of May 2019 was $48.023.50 compared to $94.539.60 for the month of April 2019. Account No. 5402 Account No. 5401 Account No. 999-5402 Electronic Copies: Pat Thomas, City Engineer Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist $24,523.50 $23,500.00 Director of Public Works Capital Improvements Land Development Capital Improvements Traffic Division Traffic Division R:IMAINTAINNIOAC IRPT STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of May 2019 DATE STREET/CHANNEL/BRIDGE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST ACCOUNT OF WORTS SIZE CONTRACTOR West Coast Arborists, Inc. Date: 5/15/19 # 148017 City Wide Annual R.O.W. Tree Trimming TOTAL COST $941.20 Date: 5/31/19 # 148569 Date: # Date: City Wide Annual R.O.W. Tree Trimming TOTAL COST $1,0.32.30 TOTAL COST TOTAL COST CONTRACTQR; Rene's Commercial Management Date: 5/15/19 # 13-19 City Wide Post Emergent Spraying of open R.O.W. TOTAL COST 1 $13,575.00 Date: 5/15/19 # 14-19 City Wide Post Emergent Spraying of City Maintained 1.ots TOTAL COST $8,975.00 CONTRACTOR: Miko ,Mountain Liun. Inc. Date: 5/2/19 Hudson Channel Inlet/Diaz Road Pipe/Concrete Repairs to Inlet of Channel TOTAL COST $23,500.00 Date: TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 523,500.00 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $24,523.50 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 R'\MAINTAIN\MOAC IAPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION FISCAL YEAR 2018 - 2019 Date Submitted: June 1, 2019 Submitted By Patrick Thomas Prepared By Rodney Tidwell 4TH QUARTER Apr -19 May -19 Jun -19 I FISCAL YEAR TO DATE SCOPE OF WORK Unit Cost WORK COMPLETED COST WORK COST WORK COST COMPLETED COMPLETED I I WORK COMPLETED COST TOTAL COST FOR LAST FISCAL YEAR 1 17118 ASPHALT CONCRETE: Square Footage: 32.97 7,309 $ 21,707.73 2,510 $ 7,454.70 $ - 0 $ 85,206.33 Tons: 52 50 352 Parking Lot Slurry Seal Square Footage Gallons PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE: Square Footage 32 97 0 $ - 0 $ • 0ff $• 0 $ $ . PCC Yards: 0 0 0 ; 0 STRIPING & PAVEMENT MARKINGS: Red curb & Striping (linear feet): 30.07 765 $ 53.55 811 $ 56.77 $ - 70,697 $ 4,948.79 New & Repainted Legends (each): 38.00 72 $ 576.00 189 $ 1,512.00 $ - 2,274 3 18,192.00 Bull Noses (each). 30.07 0 $ 0 $ - $ • 370 $ 25.90 Raised Pavement Markers-RPM's (each) 0 40 133 Thermo Plastic Legends (each). 0 0 0 15 SIGNS & BANNERS No of Signs REPLACED. $26.39 44 $ 1,161.16 39 $ 1,029.21 $ • 483 $ 12,746.37 Material (cost per sign): 550.00 $ 2,200.00 $ 1,950.00 $ • $ 24,150.00 No of Signs INSTALLED' 526.39 12 $ 316.68 6 $ 158.34 1 $ - 194 $ 5,119.66 Material (cost per sign). 550.00 $ 600.00 $ 300.00 I $ - ' $ 9,700.00 No of Signs REPAIRED 526.39 22 $ 580.58 23 $ 606.97 $• 266 $ 7,019.74 Material (cost per sign) 550.00 $ 1,100.00 $ 1,150.00 1 $ - $ 13,300.00 No of BANNERS installed 526.39 49 $ 1,293.11 2 $ 52.78 $ 556 $ 14,672.84 Christmas Wreaths installed $26 39 0 $ - $ GRAFFITI REMOVAL No of Locations: 24 15 0 0 Square Footage 3.558 1.414 0 0 DRAINAGE FACILITIES CLEANED Catch Basins. $26 39 7 $ 184.73 35 $ 923.65 3 • 608 $ 16,045.12 Down Drains: $26 39 0 $ - 0 $ $ • 4 $ 105.56 Under sidewalk Drains $26 39 0 $ - 0 $ • $ • 66 $ 1,741.74 Detention Basins/Bowls: $26 39 0 $ - 1 $ 26.39 0 $ - 5 $ 131.95 Bndge Deck Drains: 526.39 0 $ TREES TRIMMED No of Trees Trimmed $26 39 17 $ 448.63 39 $ 1.029.21 $ - 363 3 9,579.57 R.O.W. WEED ABATEMENT Area Abated (square feet) S0 034 1,900 $ 64.60 400 $ 13.60 $ • 14,065 $ 478.21 The Street Maintenance Division also responds to service requests for a variety of other reasons, the total number of Service Order Requests, some of which include work reported above is reported monthly. SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS No of SOR's 58 53 L 722 Personnel assigned to the Street Maintenance Division are on-call and respond to after hours emergencies or support City sponsored special events Overtime Hours: $39 59 67 $ 2,652.53 79 $ 3,127.61 i $ - ' .033 $ 40,896.47 L- TOTALS: 13,956 $ 32,939.30 5,706 ' $ 18,362.02 0 $ • 92,206 $ 264,060.25 R:wAINTAINWIOACRPTUULY AUG SEPT CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION GRAFFITI REMOVAL FISCAL YEAR 2018 - 2019 Month Number Square of Calls Footage Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Totals 28 12 23 21 25 45 34 18 13 24 15 767 742 2,420 1,437 7,136 3,728 2,094 1,129 1,799 3,558 1,414 258 26,224 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 a LL a 4,000 m z cr 3,000 2,000 1,000 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun *Square s Number Footage of Calls POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT TEMECULA POLICE To: From. Date: Re: Southwest Station Admin Marianna Kuhn, Crime Analyst June 3, 2019 Temecula Police Department — Part 1 Calls for Service May 1 — 31, 2019 Total Part 1 calls for service: 275. A 20% derease from the previous month (346). 100 50 0 • Total Temecula Police Department May Part 1 ■ ■ ■ Aggravated Assault Burglary Larceny Theft 22 21 197 Rape 2 MIN 11111 Robbery Vehicle Theft UCR combines vehicle burglaries into Larceny Theft category. This information includes vehicle burglanes in that category Non -written incidents: 27 Written incidents: 248 Total calls for service: 275 9 24 Not for Public Distribution Data provided by RSOIData Warehouse Law Enforcement Use City of Temecula Traffic Statistics May 2019 Citation Totals Total Hazardous Citations 612 Total Non -Hazardous Citations 552 Parking Citations 124 Total Citations 1247 Citation Breakdown S. L.A.P. 191 N.E.T. Citations Awaiting update from Crossroads School Zones Seatbelt Citations 13 Community Presentations 0 II ,. Traffic Collisions Non -Injury 23 Injury 31 Hit and Run 13 Fatal 0 Total 67 Pedestrian Related Collisions: 0 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D.U.I. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 46 D.U.I. YTD 167 D.U.I. Previous Year YTD 155 Total cell phone cites 169 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints / Click it or Ticket Operations / Special Operations City - Wide Red Light Enforcement (SLAP) Grant Funded Motorcycle Enforcement (Old Town District) Grant Funded Click It or Ticket (Seatbelt Enforcement) Prepared by Deputy R. Hernandez #2680 June 6, 2019 Traffic Report For Volunteers May 2019 • Community Action Patrol supported call -outs: May 5, 2019 1180 fatal. Pauba and Margarita. 4 Volunteers @ 6 hours each • CAP Meetings: Held on May 9, 2019 • Community Action Patrol activity / patrol hours: May Activity Hours: 1108 / year-to-date: 4875 April Patrol Hours: 568 / year-to-date: 1929 There were (22) CAP patrols with (15) members participating. • Training: None. • Special Events CAP Participated In: May 11, 2019...Wolf Creek Community Days (4 Volunteers) May 5, 2019...First Responders Celebration (4 Volunteers) May 31, 2019...Balloon and Wine festival (6 volunteers) 2019 — Citations / Incidents March April May 3 Month Total Citations Issued for Hazardous Violations 579 568 615 1762 DUI / Traffic Safety Checkpoints 0 1 0 1 "Click It or Ticket" 0 0 13 13 DUI Arrests 31 37 46 114 Non-Hazardous Citations 408 580 552 1540 Stop Ught Abuse / Intersection Program (SLAP) 116 102 191 409 Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) 0 Crossroads data pending Crossroads data pending 0 Parking Citations 77 99 124 300 School Zone 0 Crossroads data pending Crossroads data pending 0 Seatbelts 12 5 13 30 CeII Phone 181 188 169 688 Injury Collisions 23 29 31 107 Updated 06/05/2019 By Deputy Hernandez FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department Emergency Incident Statistics Shawn C. Newman Fire Chief 6/5/2019 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Please refer to Map and Incident by Battalion, Station, Jurisdiction Page 1 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Response Activity Com Fire False Alarm Haz Mat Medical Other Fire Other Misc Public Service Assist Rescue Ringing Alarm Standby Traffic Collision Vehicle Fire Wildland Fire • Com Fire 1 0.1% ▪ False Alarm 80 10.3% • Haz Mat 2 0.3% • Medical 550 70.8% ■ Other Fire 6 0.8% Other Misc 10 1.3% • Public Service Assist 37 4.8% ■ Rescue 3 0.4% • Ring ing Alarm 5 0.6% ■ Standby 4 0.5% ■ Traffic Collision 77 9.9% Vehicle Fire 1 0.1% Wldland Fire 1 0.1% Total: 777 100.0% 1 80 2 550 6 10 37 3 5 4 77 1 1 Incident Total: Average Enroute to Onscene Time* Enroute Time = When a unit has been acknowledged as responding. Onscene Time = When a unit has been acknowledge as being on scene. For anv other statistic outside Enroute to Onscene please contact the IT Help Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes 777 +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average % 0 to 5 min 535 233 23 3 4.4 68.9% *CODE 3 and CODE 2 incidents are included in the total count of incidents and the average Enroute to Onscene Time. Last Updated 6/5/2019 2.2 Page 2 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Battalion, Station and Jurisdiction Special District Station Pechanga City of Temecula #2 Grand Total Station 12 Temecula Station Total Com Fire False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Wildlan Alarm Fire Misc Service Alarm Collisio Fire d Fire 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Temecula 0 23 1 99 0 0 12 2 1 0 16 1 Station Total Station 73 Rancho City of Temecula California Station 83 French Valley Station 84 Parkview Station 92 Wolf Creek Station 95 Roripaugh Ranch nTi Station Total City of Temecula Station Total 0 23 1 99 0 0 12 1 0 16 0 1 1 24 0 171 2 4 15 0 1 0 25 0 0 1 24 0 0 0 171 2 4 15 0 1 0 25 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City of Temecula 0 12 0 136 0 1 3 0 1 1 16 1 0 Station Total 0 12 0 136 0 1 3 0 1 1 16 City of Temecula 0 20 1 109 4 3 5 1 2 2 18 0 0 Station Total 0 20 1 109 4 3 18 City of Temecula 0 1 0 32 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 Station Total 1 80 0 2 32 2 2 0 550 10 37 3 v n_ 7 5 4 77 1 1 2 15 15 24 24 1 171 171,' 165 165 40 40 775 777 Last Updated 6/5/2019 2:2 `Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Page 3 of 6 Incidents by Jurisdiction Com False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle WildIan Fire Alarm Fire Misc Service Alarm Collisio Fire d Fire 777 80 2 550 6 10 37 3 5 4 77 1 1 777 Last Updated 6/5/2019 2:2 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Page 4 of 6 Incidents by Supervisorial District - Summary DISTRICT 3 CHUCK WA HIN T'N Com Fire False Alarm Haz Mat Medical Other Fire Other Misc Public Service Assist Rescue Ringing Alarm Standby Traffic Collision Vehicle Fire Wildland Fire 1 80 2 550 6 10 37 3 5 4 77 1 1 Last Updated 6/5/2019 2:2 'Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. 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Page 6 of 6 c(;;:e1c-4-4 epa' Lmen Temecula Battalion Fire Stations- Public Education Reporting Month: May Reporting Stations: 12, 73, 84, 92 and 95 Reporting Year: 2019 PR and Public Education Programs: Total Number of Events Event Type for Reporting Month 3 School Event Total Number of Hours 12 0 Adult Education 0 Fair/Safety Expo 0 Display 6 Station Tour 0 Fire Safety Trailer 1 Other 0 6 0 5 0 3 Number of Public Contacts. 645 0 520 0 90 0 30 Field Inspections: LE -100's (Weed Abatement) Total Number of Initial Fido Inspections for Reporting Month 0 Total Number of LE -100 Inspections for Reporting Month 0 Total Number of Re -inspections for Reporting Month 0 Prevention Referrals: Total Number of Fire Prevention Referrals for Reporting Month 0 Significant Events: Provide a brief synopsis of significant TC s, Fires, Near Drowning's, Road Closures etc. Include photos if available. Station 92 had a lot of school tours this month as well as participated in the Wolf Creek Safety event_