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HomeMy WebLinkAbout111219 CC 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 (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 11]. AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOVEMBER 12, 2019 - 7:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 5:30 P.M. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding four parcels of real property owned by the City of Temecula, as successor to the assets of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, consisting of approximately 1 acre (APN 922-360-004, 005, 006 & 007) located on Main Street at Mercedes Street in the City of Temecula. The parties to the negotiations for the potential sale of the property are: Marketplace Old Town, LLC (Truax Development) and the City of Temecula. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Greg Butler, Luke Watson, and Peter Thorson. Under negotiation are price and terms for the sale of the property. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the potential sale of real property consisting of approximately 30 acres northwest of Diaz Road and Dendy Parkway owned by the City (APN: 909-370-050 and 909-370-049). The potential buyer of the property in negotiations with the City is: The Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Greg Butler, Luke Watson and Peter Thorson. Under negotiation are price and terms of the potential sale of the property. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - PENDING LITIGATION. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) with respect to one matter of pending litigation: In re National Prescription Opioid Litigation, MDL No. 2804 (Federal District Court N.D. Ohio). Page 1 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Mike Naggar PRELUDE MUSIC: Matthew Costa INVOCATION: Pastor William Rench of Calvary Baptist Church FLAG SALUTE: Council Member Zak Schwank ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart, Naggar PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation of Proclamation for 19th Annual Community Candlelight Tribute Certificate of Recognition to Isabella Madrigal - 2019 National Gold Award Girl Scouts Certificate of Recognition to Cindy Marina, Miss Universe Albania PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the City Council on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Reports by the members of the City Council 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 All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the City Council request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. Attachments: Agenda Report 2. Approve Action Minutes of October 22, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of October 22, 2019. Page 2 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 3. 4. 5. 6. Attachments: Minutes Approve List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution List of Demands Approve City Treasurer's Report as of September 30, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of September 30, 2019. Attachments: Agenda Report Treasurer's Report Adopt Ordinance 19-15 Amending City Park Hours (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE 19-15 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 12.04.190 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CITY PARK HOURS Attachments: Agenda Report Ordinance Approve Amended Salary Schedules to Reflect Administrative Adjustments to the City's Classification System and Comply with State Minimum Wage Mandates Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council approve amended salary schedules reflecting administrative adjustments to the City's Classification System and comply with state minimum wage mandates. Agenda Report 2019 Salary Schedule 2020 Salary Schedule Page 3 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 7. 8. Initiate Proceedings to Renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Under the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THE PARKING AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT LAW OF 1994 AND FIXING THE TIME AND PLACE OF A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON AND GIVING NOTICE THEREOF Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Petitions Financial Report Management Plan Approve Community Service Funding Program for Fiscal Year 2019-20 (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Pro Tern Stewart and Council Member Edwards) Recommendation Attachments That the City Council approve the community service funding allocation of $99,995 for Fiscal Year 2019-20 to fund 25 out of 33 grant applications received from nonprofit organizations. Agenda Report Annlication Summa Applications 1-II Applications 12-22 Applications 23-33 9. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Questica, Ltd. for Budgeting Software System Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to Agreement between City of Temecula and Questica, Ltd. for budgeting software system; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve up to $10,000 in contract change orders arising from additional system/report customization. Agenda Report Amendment Page 4 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 10. 11. 12. 13. Approve Microsoft Enterprise Renewal Agreement with CDW-G for Microsoft Software Licenses Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve a three-year Microsoft Enterprise Renewal Agreement with CDW-G, in the annual amount of $213,419.68, for a total contract amount of $640,259.04; 2. Approve 20% of the total contract, in the amount of $128,051.81, for the annual true -up cost for the term of the three-year agreement. Attachments: Agenda Report Quote Forms Approve Agreement with Fehr & Peers for Updated CEQA Traffic Thresholds and Guidelines Recommendation: That the City Council approve an agreement with Fehr & Peers for $174,823.98 to update CEQA Traffic Impact Analysis Guidelines including Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) thresholds and guidelines. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement Approve Non -Exclusive Commodity Agreement with Musco Sports Lighting, LLC, for Purchase of Multi -Use Field Lighting Equipment at Paloma Del Sol Park Recommendation: That the City Council approve a Non -Exclusive Commodity Agreement with Musco Sports Lighting, LLC, for the purchase of Multi -Use Field Lighting Equipment, in the amount of $269,700.00 for the Sports Field Lighting - LED Conversion Project at Paloma del Sol Park. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement Approve First Amendment to Agreement for Consultant Services with Michael Baker International, Inc. for Traffic Signal - Park and Ride Access Improvements, PW 18-11 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement for Consultant Services with Michael Baker International Inc. for the Traffic Signal - Park and Ride Access Improvements, PW18-11, increasing the contingency amount by $20,000; 2. Increase the City Manager's authority to approve extra work authorizations by $20,000. Page 5 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 14. 15. Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment Project Description Project Location Accept Improvements and File Notice of Completion for Pavement Rehabilitation Program Citywide - Meadowview Loop, PW18-10 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Accept the improvements for the Pavement Rehabilitation Program Citywide - Meadowview Loop, PW18-10, as complete; 2. Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond, and accept a one-year Maintenance Bond in the amount of 10% of the final contract amount; 3. Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion, if no liens have been filed. Attachments: Agenda Report Notice of Completion Maintenance Bond Contractor Affidavit Receive and File Temporary Street Closures for 2019 Winterfest Events Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file the temporary closure of certain Attachments: streets for the following 2019 Winterfest events: CANDLELIGHT VIGIL 30TH ANNIVERSARY COMMUNITY CELEBRATION SANTA' S ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE TEMECULA ON ICE NEW YEAR'S EVE GRAPE DROP Agenda Report Exhibit A Exhibit B RECESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, THE TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY, AND THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY Page 6 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING CALL TO ORDER: President James "Stew" Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Temecula Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 16. Approve Action Minutes of October 22, 2019 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of October 22, 2019. Attachments: Minutes 17. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with Advantage Mailing, LLC for Printing Services Recommendation That the Board of Directors approve the Second Amendment to the Agreement with Advantage Mailing, LLC for an additional two-year term and increase the total agreement amount by $120,000. Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS Page 7 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 CSD ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Temecula Community Services District will be held on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 8 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CALL TO ORDER: Chairperson Mike Naggar ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart, Naggar SARDA PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. SARDA CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 18. Approve Action Minutes of October 22, 2019 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of October 22, 2019. Attachments: Minutes SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency will be held on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 9 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before a public hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or in opposition to the approval of the project(s) at the time of the hearing. If you challenge any of the project(s) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing. 19. Receive and File Assembly Bill (AB) 1600 Financial Reports - Development Impact Fee Expenditures Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file the AB 1600 financial reports for fiscal year ending June 30, 2019. Attachments: Agenda Report AB 1600 Report Notice of Public Hearing 20. Conduct Public Hearing, Adopt Resolution Making Certain Findings, and Adopt Ordinance 19-13 Adopting the 2019 California Fire Code (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council conduct a public hearing and adopt a resolution and ordinance entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA MAKING EXPRESS FINDINGS AND DETERMINATIONS THAT MODIFICATIONS TO THE CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE, 2019 EDITION, ARE REASONABLY NECESSARY BECAUSE OF LOCAL CLIMATIC, GEOLOGICAL AND/OR TOPOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS ORDINANCE 19-13 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING BY REFERENCE THE 2019 EDITION OF THE CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE BASED ON THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE, IN ITS ENTIRETY, REGULATING AND GOVERNING THE SAFEGUARD OF LIFE AND PROPERTY FROM FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS ARISING FROM THE STORAGE, HANDLING AND USE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, Page 10 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 21. MATERIALS AND DEVICES, AND FROM CONDITIONS HAZARDOUS TO LIFE OR PROPERTY IN THE OCCUPANCY OF BUILDINGS AND PREMISES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, INCLUDING CERTAIN AMENDMENTS, ADDITIONS, AND DELETIONS, AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS AND THE COLLECTION OF FEES Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Ordinance Conduct Public Hearing, Adopt Resolution Making Certain Findings, and Adopt Ordinance 19-14 Adopting the 2019 California Building Codes (Second Reading] Recommendation: That the City Council conduct a public hearing and adopt a resolution and ordinance entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA MAKING EXPRESS FINDINGS AND DETERMINATIONS THAT MODIFICATIONS TO THE 2019 CALIFORNIA BUILDING, PLUMBING, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL CODES, AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF TEMECULA, ARE REASONABLY NECESSARY BECAUSE OF LOCAL CLIMATIC, GEOLOGICAL AND/OR TOPOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS ORDINANCE NO. 19-14 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING BY REFERENCE THE 2019 EDITIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE; CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE; CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE; CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE; CALIFORNIA ENERGY CODE; CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS CODE; CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE; AND CALIFORNIA REFERENCED STANDARDS CODE; TOGETHER WITH CERTAIN AMENDMENTS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDING TITLE 15 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Ordinance Page 11 City Council Agenda November 12, 2019 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 22. City Council Travel/Conference Report Attachments: Agenda Report Itinerary 23. Public Works Department Monthly Report Attachments: Agenda Report Project Status Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The full agenda packet (including staff reports, public closed session information, and any supplemental material available after the original posting of the agenda), distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the main reception area of the Temecula Civic Center during normal business hours at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The material will also be available on the City's website at TemeculaCa.gov. and available for review at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Department at (951) 694-6444. Page 12 Item No. 1 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. Unless otherwise required, the full reading of the text of standard ordinances and resolutions is waived. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 2 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA OCTOBER 22, 2019 - 7:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 6:00 P.M. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. The City Council convened in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the acquisition of real property owned by Mark McMillin LLC, a California Limited Liability Company for the Overland Drive Extension (Commerce Center Drive to West of Enterprise Circle), PW 16-06, commonly known as 27511 Commerce Center Drive, City of Temecula, Riverside County Assessor's Parcel Number 921-480-032. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula and Mark McMillin LLC, a California Limited Liability Company. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Greg Butler, Pat Thomas and Amer Attar. Under negotiation are price and terms of the purchase of this property. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. The City Council, as the Housing Successor Agency to the Former Temecula Redevelopment Agency, convened in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the sale of certain real property interests in in the Front Street Plaza Building, located at the corner of Third Street and Front Street, Riverside County Assessor Parcel Number 922-046-029. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula as the Housing Successor Agency to the Former Temecula Redevelopment Agency and Front Street Plaza Partners, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Greg Butler, Luke Watson and Peter Thorson. Under negotiation are price and terms of the sale of certain real property interests in the property. CALL TO ORDER at 7:00 PM: Mayor Mike Naggar PRELUDE MUSIC: Bonnie Martland INVOCATION: Pastor Antonio Dupre of Grace AME Church Temecula Valley FLAG SALUTE: Council Member Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart, Naggar PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation by Jeremy Goldman of SCE Regarding Wildfire Mitigation Presentation by Shelley Turner of Rady Children's Hospital PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals addressed the City Council on non-agendized items: • Ellen Diederich Kissmayoo Mohamed • Ruth Grey CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 2. Approve the Action Minutes of October 8, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of October 8, 2019. 3. Approve the List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-63 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4. Approve the City Treasurer's Report as of August 31, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of August 31, 2019. 5. Approve Financial Statements for the 4th Quarter Ended June 30, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Receive and file the financial statements for the 4th quarter ended June 30, 2019; 2. Approve the following FY2018-19 Appropriations: A. Increase Revenue and Transfer Out accounts by $69,730 in Fund 160 - Supplemental Law Enforcement Services (SLESF) to reflect higher than anticipated revenue. B. Increase the Transfer In account in the General Fund by $69,730 from Fund 160. 3. Approve the following FY2019-20 Appropriations: A. Transfer $2,000,000 of year-end General Fund Operating Budget surplus to Fund 701 - Section 125 Pension Trust, in accordance with Budget Policy XII.B.2. B. Appropriate $1,000,000 of year-end Measure S Operating Budget 2 surplus to Capital Improvement Project PW18-17 Playground Equipment Enhancement and Safety Surfacing. 6. Adopt Ordinance 19-11 Amending Section 10.28.010(D) of the Temecula Municipal Code Re-ag rding Prima Facie Speed Limits on Certain Streets (Second Readingl Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-11 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 10.28.010(D) OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS ON CERTAIN STREETS Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Rahn abstain): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflect unanimous approval with Rahn abstaining. 7. Adopt Ordinance 19-12 Amendiniz the Municipal Code Relating to Board and Commission Appointments and Adopt a Resolution Setting Forth the Appointment Process (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-12 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING CHAPTER 2.40.050 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBER APPOINTMENTS 8. Approve a Sponsorship Agreement with the Temecula Valley Genealogical Society in Support of Facili . Use Recommendation: That the City Council approve the sponsorship agreement with the Temecula Valley Genealogical Society in support of facility use. 9. Adopt a Resolution Acknowledging Receipt of the Annual Inspection Report Pursuant to SB 1205 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-64 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF A REPORT FROM THE FIRE MARSHAL REGARDING THE INSPECTION OF CERTAIN OCCUPANCIES PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 13145, 13146 AND 17921 OF THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE 10. 11. Establish a Fee for the Use of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations on City Property Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-65 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION FEE Approve the Agreement for Consultant Services with David Evans and Associates, Inc. for the Diaz Road Expansion Project, PW17-25 Recommendation: That the City Council: L Approve the acceleration of $495,923.00 of TUMF (WRCOG) from FY2021-22 to the current FY2019-20; 2. Approve the agreement for consultant services with David Evans and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $733,312.00, to provide professional design and environmental services for the Diaz Road Expansion Project; 3. Authorize the City Manager to approve extra work authorizations not to exceed the contingency amount of $73,331.20, which is equal to 10% of the agreement amount. 12. Approve the Plans and Specifications and Authorize Solicitation of Construction Bids for the Expanded Recycled Water Conversion Project, PW17-29 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the plans and specifications and authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the Expanded Recycled Water Conversion Project, PW17-29; 2. Make a finding that this project is exempt from CEQA per Article 19, Categorical Exemption, Section 15301, Class l(b), Existing Facilities, of the CEQA Guidelines. 13. Accept Improvements and File the Notice of Completion for Citywide Concrete Repairs, PW 18-07 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Accept the improvements for the Citywide Concrete Repairs Fiscal Years 2017-18 Project, PW18-07, as complete; 2. Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond, and accept a one-year Maintenance Bond in the amount of 10% of the final contract amount; 3. Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion, if no liens have been filed. RECESS: At 7:49 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency Meeting. At 7:53 PM, the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 17. Adopt the 2019 California Fire Code Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-13 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING BY REFERENCE THE 2019 EDITION OF THE CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE BASED ON THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE, IN ITS ENTIRETY, REGULATING AND GOVERNING THE SAFEGUARD OF LIFE AND PROPERTY FROM FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS ARISING FROM THE STORAGE, HANDLING AND USE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, MATERIALS AND DEVICES, AND FROM CONDITIONS HAZARDOUS TO LIFE OR PROPERTY IN THE OCCUPANCY OF BUILDINGS AND PREMISES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, INCLUDING CERTAIN AMENDMENTS, ADDITIONS, AND DELETIONS, AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS AND THE COLLECTION OF FEES Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval. 18. Adopt the 2019 California Building _ Codes Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-14 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING BY REFERENCE THE 2019 EDITIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE; CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE; CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE; CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE; CALIFORNIA ENERGY CODE; CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS CODE; CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDING CODE; CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE; AND CALIFORNIA REFERENCED STANDARDS CODE; TOGETHER WITH CERTAIN AMENDMENTS AND DELETIONS, AND AMENDING TITLE 15 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval. 19. Introduce Ordinance Amending City Park Hours and Adopt Resolution RegardingDesignated Parking Hours in Ci . Parking Lots Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-15 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 12.04.190 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CITY PARK HOURS 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-66 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE DESIGNATED PARKING HOURS IN CITY PARKING LOTS Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 20. Community Development Department Monthly Report 21. Fire Department Monthly Report 22. Police Department Monthly Report 23. Public Works Department Monthly Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT The City Attorney stated there were no reportable actions for closed session. ADJOURNMENT At 8:10 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, November 12, 2019, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Item No. 3 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance Jada Shafe, Accounting Technician II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A BACKGROUND: All claims and demands are reported and summarized for review and approval by the City Council on a routine basis at each City Council meeting. The attached claims represent the paid claims and demands since the last City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: All claims and demands were paid from appropriated funds or authorized resources of the City and have been recorded in accordance with the City's policies and procedures. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. List of Demands RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the following claims and demands as set forth in Exhibit A, on file in the office of the City Clerk, has been reviewed by the City Manager's Office and that the same are hereby allowed in the amount of $7,885,059.98. Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 121h day of November, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 12t' day of November, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 10/10/2019 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 10/17/2019 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 10/24/2019 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 10/17/2019 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 698,940.61 3,872,882.76 2,800,234.80 513,001.81 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 11/12/2019 COUNCIL MEETING: S 7,885,059.98 DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 3,109,850.79 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 60.40 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 518.23 165 RDA DEV- LOW/MOD SET ASIDE 8,589.97 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 286,959.33 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "B" STREET LIGHTS 247.54 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 8,781.21 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 5,311.01 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 33,763.43 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND 2,786,950.48 300 INSURANCE FUND 141,202.24 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 3,448.52 310 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FUND 101,793.98 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 54,129.88 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 300.00 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 3,264.23 340 FACILITIES 103,340.37 350 FACILITY REPLACEMENT FUND 1,758.00 395 2011 FINANCING LEASE CIVIC CENTER & CRC 518,377.40 396 2018 FINANCING LEASE MRC 138,951.42 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 2,266.10 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 4,736.24 474 AD 03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 66.24 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 2,636.70 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 2,625.74 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 2,563.15 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 2,266.24 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 1,664.36 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 1,070.10 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 1,317.40 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 274.15 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 1,284.98 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 647.93 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 609.66 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 4,072.10 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 155.12 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 376.08 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 101.44 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 3,618.44 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 1,054.03 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 757.42 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATE 13.53 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 879.98 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 71.09 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 3,028.27 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 1,102.36 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 4,518.14 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 5,316.05 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 166.55 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 223.15 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 6,040.26 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 1,479.03 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 88.83 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 586.14 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 6,719.28 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 63.46 $ 7,372,058.17 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 303,624.65 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 681.72 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 4,983.41 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 149,043.11 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 489.95 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 1,329.07 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 552.70 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 2,604.02 300 INSURANCE FUND 967.93 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 688.78 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 34,594.34 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 4,099.69 340 FACILITIES 7,284.64 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 100.89 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 100.80 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 100.80 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 127.73 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 100.80 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 154.65 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 100.80 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 0.72 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 18.70 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 0.56 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 3.74 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 18.70 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 9.53 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 18.70 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 222.05 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 1.53 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 7.49 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 2.60 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 83.22 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 18.70 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 5.77 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 4.98 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 20.87 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 0.56 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 79.13 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 54.91 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 135.46 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 2O8.58 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 3.60 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 5.26 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 112.41 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 36.72 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 1.02 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 5.26 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 186.96 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 3.60 513,001.81 TOTAL BY FUND: $ 7,885,059.98 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7280 10/02/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7281 10/02/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7282 10/02/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7283 10/03/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7284 10/03/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7285 10/04/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE Description SEPT INTERNET SVCS-SENIOR CENTER SEPT INTERNET SVCS-CITY HALL SEPT INTERNET SVCS-CITY HALL SEPT INTERNET SVCS-PUBLIC LIBRARY SEPT INTERNET SVCS-FIRE STATION 73 SEPT INTERNET SVCS-32364 OVERLAND TRL 7286 10/04/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE SEPT INTERNET SVCS-40820 WINCHESTER RD 7292 10/02/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 008956 PANERA BREAD AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSED: CITY 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 AA RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL BUSINESS MTGS 007028 AMERICAN AIRLINES AAAIRFARE: 2019 ICMA CONF: ADAMS 007028 AMERICAN AIRLINES AAAIRFARE: 2019 ICMA CONF: ADAMS 012550 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT AA DEPOSIT: 2019 ICMA CONF: ADAMS 017932 MENIFEE VALLEY CHAMBER AA STATE OF THE CITY: CITY OF, COMMERCE MANAGER'S OFC 007208 VINCES SPAGHETTI EXPRESS AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSED: CITY 008669 VONS AA RFRSHMNTS: CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS MTGS 019592 URBAN CAFE AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSE: CITY 7294 10/04/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SUPPLIES:TVM EVENTS SYNCB/AMAZON BOOKS:LIBRARY 7295 10/07/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE OCT INTERNET SVCS-29119 MARGARITA RD 7296 09/26/2019 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER AUG WATER: 3002577 29119 DISTRICT MARGARITA RD 7297 09/30/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY AUG 015-575-0195-2 32211 WOLF VALLEY RD 7298 09/30/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY AUG 055-475-6169-5 32380 DEER HOLLOW WAY 7299 09/19/2019 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER AUG 3082433 FLOATING FH METER DISTRICT 7300 10/02/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC OCT DISH NETWORK 32131 BUTTERFIELD STG 7301 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-35-164-3242 44270 MEADOWS PKWY 7302 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-35-164-3663 42335 MEADOWS PKWY 7303 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-35-164-3515 32932 LEENA WAY Amount Paid Check Total 150.98 2,707.04 5,417.63 190.98 121.84 54.99 586.83 61.69 10.95 73.92 530.00 23.96 192.68 85.65 28.82 73.73 278.10 109.31 348.30 26,420.10 73.01 159.88 3,617.67 155.08 10.57 10.87 10.87 150.98 2,707.04 5,417.63 190.98 121.84 54.99 586.83 1,081.40 387.41 348.30 26,420.10 73.01 159.88 3,617.67 155.08 10.57 10.87 10.87 Page-1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7304 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7305 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7306 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7307 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7308 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7309 09/30/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7310 10/01/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7311 10/01/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7312 10/01/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7313 10/08/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7314 10/08/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7315 10/08/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7316 10/08/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 197898 10/10/2019 020724 79 FIELD HOCKEY INC 197899 10/10/2019 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT 197900 10/10/2019 006915 ALLIES PARTY EQUIPMENT, RENTAL INC 197901 10/10/2019 021448 ALVARADO, LYMARI 197902 10/10/2019 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY CORPORATION, DBA AMERICAN BATTERY SUP (Continued) Description SEPT 2-35-164-3770 43487 BUTTERFIELD STG SEPT 2-40-576-0232 44173 BUTTERFIELD STG SEPT 2-41-072-5394 29429 TEM PKWY SEPT 2-28-331-4847 32805 PAUBA RD SEPT 2-30-296-9522 46679 PRIMROSE AVE SEPT 2-34-624-4452 32131 S LOOP RD SEPT 2-21-981-4720 30153 TEM PKWY SEPT 2-41-072-5246 29429 TEM PKWY SEPT 2-28-904-7706 32329 OVERLAND TRL OCT INTERNET SVCS-32211 WOLF VALLEY RD OCT INTERNET SVCS-41973 6TH ST OCT INTERNET SVCS-30755 AULD RD OCT INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET LINEN RENTAL: HUMAN SVCS-INCLUSION REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT TCC 9/28/19 CIVIC CENTER: BATTERIES 197903 10/10/2019 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING MEMBERSHIP FEE: WEST, DALE ASSOCIATION 197904 10/10/2019 000936 AMERICAN RED CROSS, LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION:AQUATICS HEALTH AND SAFETY SVCS 197905 10/10/2019 000101 APPLE ONE INC SEP TEMP STAFF SVCS: CITY CLERK 197906 10/10/2019 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 197907 10/10/2019 007065 B&H PHOTO & ELECTRONICS MISC AV EQUIP:PEG SUPPLIES CORP 197908 10/10/2019 019709 BAGDASARIAN, NADYA REIMB: PACE PERKS: TEAM PACE Amount Paid Check Total 12.32 12.84 27.96 71.78 447.05 2,375.47 14.43 34.99 125.57 191.00 713.90 713.90 3,430.75 420.00 336.00 464.06 429.62 249.93 200.00 134.39 448.00 2,095.00 1,060.61 2,387.00 1,386.00 4,702.72 60.40 150.00 12.32 12.84 27.96 71.78 447.05 2,375.47 14.43 34.99 125.57 191.00 713.90 713.90 3,430.75 756.00 893.68 249.93 200.00 134.39 448.00 2,095.00 1,060.61 8,475.72 60.40 150.00 Paget apChkLst 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 197909 10/10/2019 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO, AKA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 352.80 LORENA HANCOCK TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 392.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 58.80 803.60 197910 10/10/2019 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL UNIFORM SHIRTS: IT 405.05 PRODUCTS INC UNIFORM SHIRTS: IT 1,183.27 1,588.32 197911 10/10/2019 015914 BARE MANUFACTURING INC HOSE ROLLER- FIRE STA84 450.00 450.00 197912 10/10/2019 021439 BELLEVILLE, DON EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: 1,779.29 1,779.29 BELLEVILLE, D. 197913 10/10/2019 018185 BLUEBEAM SOFTWARE INC SFTWR RENEWAL: BLDG & SAFETY 2,673.00 2,673.00 197914 10/10/2019 018408 BOB CALLAHAN'S POOL SEP POOL/FOUNTAIN MAINT: VARI 1,100.00 SERVICE FAC. PW SEP POOL/FOUNTAIN MAINT: VARI FAC. 950.00 2,050.00 197915 10/10/2019 021183 BOYDD PRODUCTS INC custom load bearing vests: police k9 1,125.33 1,125.33 197916 10/10/2019 015834 BOYER WAYNE E, DBA UNIFORMS: MOTORS 396.94 396.94 MOTOPORT USA 197917 10/10/2019 010469 BOZONELOS, ROBERT PERFORMANCE: 300.00 300.00 CULTURALART-2NDSAT 10/12 197918 10/10/2019 004248 CALIF DEPT OF DOJ BLOOD/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM 35.00 35.00 JUSTICE-ACCTING PD 197919 10/10/2019 000398 CALIF MUNI TREASURERS 19/20 190.00 190.00 ASSN MBRSHP:JHENNESSY/RGRACIANO 197920 10/10/2019 020949 CARDENAS, JAIME REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 229.82 229.82 197921 10/10/2019 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO 126.97 GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO TECF 26.73 153.70 197922 10/10/2019 017429 COBRAADVANTAGE INC, DBA SEP FSA& COBRA ADMIN FEES: HR 587.50 587.50 THE ADVANTAGE GROUP 197923 10/10/2019 002945 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: VARIOUS 1,266.94 1,266.94 DIST PARKS 197924 10/10/2019 021230 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKING 426.57 426.57 DISTR, DBA CALIF ELECTRIC GARAGE SUPPLY 197925 10/10/2019 010865 CONSTANT CONTACT INC MKTNG:IT-TRLF5LIAB27619-TEMECULA 3,792.00 3,792.00 GOV 197926 10/10/2019 013379 COSSOU, CELINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 262.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 269.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 241.50 773.50 197927 10/10/2019 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 CERT SUPPLIES - TCC 508.59 508.59 197928 10/10/2019 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PROGRAMS 71.94 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SERVICES PRGMS 184.41 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PRGMS 274.05 530.40 197929 10/10/2019 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201.60 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 313.60 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 112.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 179.20 806.40 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 197930 10/10/2019 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & HVAC INC 197931 10/10/2019 020105 CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL 197932 10/10/2019 003272 DAISY WHEEL RIBBON CO INC DBA, DAISY IT SUPPLIES SALES 197933 10/10/2019 001233 DANS FEED AND SEED INC 197934 10/10/2019 012600 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC 197935 10/10/2019 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL SRVCS 197936 10/10/2019 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL 197937 10/10/2019 020613 EAGLE PAVING COMPANY INC, DBATORO ENGINEERING 197938 10/10/2019 004068 ECALDRE MANALILI-DE VILLA, AILEEN 197939 10/10/2019 020904 ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVES INC 197940 10/10/2019 021200 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION INC 197941 10/10/2019 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE INC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MISC PLUMBING SERVICES: VAR 587.31 PARKS MISC PLUMBING SERVICES: PBSP 125.00 MISC PLUMBING SERVICES: VAR PARKS 1,790.00 MISC PLUMBING SVCS: TEMEKU HILLS 910.00 MISC PLUMBING SVCS: HARVESTON BA 392.00 MISC PLUMBING SVCS: MARGARITA DO, 480.00 MISC PLUMBING SVCS: HARVESTON BL 262.00 4,546.31 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 401.80 CREDIT: TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 18631 -100.45 301.35 PRINTER & PLOTTER 453.49 SUPPLIES:GIS/CIVIC PRINTER & PLOTTER SUPPLIES:GIS/CIV 424.09 PRINTER & PLOTTER SUPPLIES:GIS/CIV 195.71 1,073.29 MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 9.75 MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 11.39 MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 13.99 35.13 AUG DSGN SVCS: PW17-29 906.19 906.19 PORTABLE RESTROOM: RIVERTON 110.88 PARK PORTABLE RESTROOM: VAIL RANCH PA 165.88 PORTABLE RESTROOM: LA SERENA WA 110.88 387.64 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT 45.89 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI 92.35 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT 44.26 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV 70.43 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARKS MAIN 1,332.80 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEP 30.00 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPE 302.03 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PW CIP 510.55 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI 648.43 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV 348.37 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 505.53 3,930.64 RET RELEASE: PW17-04 OLD TOWN 25,009.99 25,009.99 SIDEWALKS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 297.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 147.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 35.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 157.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 192.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 280.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 315.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 192.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 192.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 105.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 332.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 105.00 2,352.00 AUG CONDENSER H2O SYST MAINT: 525.00 525.00 CIVIC CTR AUG CREDIT OVERAGE LINE #43: -2,660.00 PW13-09 AUG LIBRARY PARKING - PH II: PW13-0f 348,598.61 345,938.61 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VAR 276.58 PARKS/MEDIANS Vintage Hills Slope: Irrigation Repairs 113.49 OVERLAND EXTENSION PROJECT:LDSC 2,000.00 OVERLAND EXTENSION PROJECT:LAND 300.00 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VAR PARKS/MEDI 529.88 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARI LOCATIONS 950.32 4,170.27 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 197942 10/10/2019 009953 FEDERAL CLEANING OCT JANITORIAL SRVCS: POLICE MALL CONTRACTORS, DBA FEDERAL OFFICE BLDG SERVICES 197943 10/10/2019 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 9/20/19 EXP MAIL SVCS: CITY CLERK 197944 10/10/2019 009549 FISK, STUART REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 197945 10/10/2019 016737 FORTRES GRAND SW SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL:COM CORPORATION DEV KIOSK 197946 10/10/2019 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL - CASE# 1863175 197947 10/10/2019 021441 FU, XIU PING REFUND:CONTRACTED CLASS 4530.203 197948 10/10/2019 016184 FUN EXPRESS LLC, SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS SUBSIDIARY OF ORIENTAL TR SUPPLIES:SPECIAL EVENTS 197949 10/10/2019 013076 GAUDETYVONNE M, DBA YES TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS YOU CAN DRAW 197950 10/10/2019 012066 GEOCON WEST INC GEOTECH SVCS:SOMMERS BEND: PLANNING 197951 10/10/2019 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 92 INC 197952 10/10/2019 004890 GOLDEN STATE FIRE FIRE SPRINKLER INSTALL & PROTECTION RELOCATE:THEAT 197953 10/10/2019 015451 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SEP LEASE FOR COPIERS: LIBRARY SVCS 197954 10/10/2019 005157 GUERRIERO, RON REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 197955 10/10/2019 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA73 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA95 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA84 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA95 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES STA 92 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES - DEPT HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 73 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 73 FIRE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 73 FIRE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES:SPORTS TCSD 197956 10/10/2019 020628 HASA INC VARIOUS SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES 197957 10/10/2019 002109 HD SUPPLY CONSTR. SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT LTD, DBA HDS WHITE CAP CONST 197958 10/10/2019 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES: PW-CRC 197959 10/10/2019 021356 IBRAHIM, CHRISTOPHER REIMB: CCPOA CONFERENCE: 9/22-9/25 197960 10/10/2019 020673 INTEGRITY SUPPORT PRE -EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS: HR SERVICES INC, EMPLOYMENT SCREENING RESO 197961 10/10/2019 021440 JACQUELINE RANCKAND THE, RELEASE CLAIMS AGMT: JACQUELINE LAW OFC OF BRAD HUSEN RANCK Amount Paid Check Total 1,088.50 1,088.50 12.44 12.44 337.87 337.87 153.00 153.00 100.45 100.45 60.00 60.00 98.91 984.26 1,083.17 403.20 403.20 2,500.00 2,500.00 110.84 110.84 4,125.00 4,125.00 904.51 904.51 429.79 429.79 89.11 18.50 49.43 36.59 98.55 -6.53 2.82 16.07 11.23 58.30 374.07 801.61 801.61 9.11 9.11 839.46 839.46 212.83 212.83 151.17 151.17 5,000.00 5,000.00 Page-5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 197962 10/10/2019 001091 KEYSER MARSTON AUG REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES INC CONSULT:AFFORDABLE HOUSI 197963 10/10/2019 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC CPR SUPPLIES: MEDIC 197964 10/10/2019 021253 MARIAN L. LIEBOWITZ, DBA PERFORMANCE:THEATER-LP&VINYL MLAM INC 10/25 197965 10/10/2019 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT LLC AUG JANITORIAL SVCS: VARI FACILITIES JUL JANITORIAL SVCS: VARI FACILITIES 197966 10/10/2019 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS ON TAPE:LIBRARY 197967 10/10/2019 004951 MIKE'S PRECISION WELDING VAR PARKS: ON -CALL WELDING & INC REPAIRS 197968 10/10/2019 000973 MIRACLE RECREATION ROTARY PK PLAY EQUIP & SURFACE: EQUIPMENT PW18-13 197969 10/10/2019 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 197970 10/10/2019 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL WHOLESALE SUPP: FIRE INC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS PW ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS PW 197971 10/10/2019 001868 MIYAMOTO-JURKOSKY, SUSAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS ANN 197972 10/10/2019 016445 MKB PRINTING & CD envelopes - planning PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS CD envelopes - planning BUSINESS CARDS:TCSD PRINTING SVCS: CODE ENFORCEMENT 197973 10/10/2019 002925 NAPA AUTO PARTS Auto parts & misc supplies: sta 73 fire 197974 10/10/2019 000727 NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION NFPA STANDARDS: PREV ASSN, LEADS ETC INC FIRE PREVENTION WK: PREV & STA 197975 10/10/2019 008820 NEIGHBORS NEWSPAPER, AKA ADVERTISING: TEMECULA PRESENTS DIANE SIMONES 197976 10/10/2019 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: HELP AMERICA, DBA CTR READYREFRESH 197977 10/10/2019 014391 NICHOLS, KELLIE 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: MRC 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: AQUATIC: 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: CRC 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: PBSP 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: TVM 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: SKATE PA 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: CHAPARR 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: FOC 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: LIBRARY 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: TCC 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: THEATER 8/23-9/22/19 WTR DLVRY SVC: CITY CNC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS Amount Paid Check Total 4,480.69 561.15 750.00 23,437.11 23,437.11 118.01 320.00 61,566.02 319.20 705.60 806.40 19.64 85.07 75.59 315.00 547.54 293.48 360.81 294.34 7.59 2,622.45 4,055.20 250.00 24.30 30.57 16.30 243.65 48.03 50.65 8.61 66.04 189.03 87.75 38.19 57.05 37.71 258.30 453.60 302.40 428.40 151.20 305.55 176.40 4,480.69 561.15 750.00 46,874.22 118.01 320.00 61,566.02 1,831.20 180.30 315.00 1,496.17 7.59 6,677.65 250.00 897.88 2,075.85 Page6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 197978 10/10/2019 000209 NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS INC, SUPPLIES: PW-STREET DBA CROP PRODUCTION SRVCS 197979 10/10/2019 021121 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CTR MEDICAL SCREENINGS: HR OF CA, DBA CONCENTRA MEDICAL CTR 197980 10/10/2019 013127 ONSTAGE MUSICALS, AKA TEM PRESENTS: TRIBUTE... GREAT BIG JEFFREY PAUL STOVER BAND 197981 10/10/2019 013198 ORTENZO-HAYES, KRISTINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 197982 10/10/2019 015923 PCMG HP SWITCH: PD-OLD TOWN 197983 10/10/2019 021202 PEREZ, JOEL C. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 197984 10/10/2019 008143 PETERS, MATT REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 197985 10/10/2019 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES PRODUCTS INC SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES 197986 10/10/2019 014379 PROFESSIONAL IMAGE BANNER PROGRAM- CITY MGR ADVERTISING, DBA EXTREME SIGNSGRAPHICS 197987 10/10/2019 021107 PUBLIC ADVERTISING AGENCY PRINTING SVCS: ECODEV-TEM INC MAGAZINE 197988 10/10/2019 001364 R C P BLOCK & BRICK INC SUPPLIES: VARIOUS PARKS 197989 10/10/2019 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SVCS: THEATER LOCKSMITH SRVC 197990 10/10/2019 000278 SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE AUG LEGAL PUBLICATIONS: VARI DEPTS 197991 10/10/2019 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY: &SULLIVAN PRESTON RECOGNITION 9/24 197992 10/10/2019 021351 SARNOWSKI, AVA PERFORMANCE: MPSC-HIGH HOPES 7/20 PERFORMANCES: MPSC-HLTH FAIR 7/2f 197993 10/10/2019 013376 SECURITY SIGNAL DEVICES SECURITY SYSTEM REPAIRS: PARKING INC, SSD SYSTEMS STRUCTU DUCT DETECTOR MAINT: CIVIC CENTER 197994 10/10/2019 021445 SIAW, SAMANTHA REIMB: WOMEN LEDEARS CONF: 9/3-9/6 197995 10/10/2019 020545 SOCIAL WORK ACTION GROUP SEP HOMELESS OUTREACH SVCS 197996 10/10/2019 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC SEP ASSET MGNT CONSULT. IT 197997 10/10/2019 020548 SOURCE POINT PRODUCTS & SHIRTS/UNIFORMS: HLTH FAIR -HUMAN SRVCS, DBA FULLY SVCS PROMOTED OF TV 197998 10/10/2019 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SRVCS PRGRM-9BALL Amount Paid 98.31 103.00 4,400.73 974.40 382.80 487.20 791.70 974.40 1,019.20 1,019.20 4,348.91 525.00 412.55 337.97 466.93 8,944.60 2,458.50 140.98 22.30 1,799.21 175.00 75.00 75.00 507.00 468.83 323.92 11,332.60 2,960.00 3,262.50 132.84 Check Total 98.31 103.00 4,400.73 5,648.90 4,348.91 525.00 412.55 804.90 8,944.60 2,458.50 140.98 22.30 1,799.21 175.00 150.00 975.83 323.92 11,332.60 2,960.00 3,262.50 132.84 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 197999 10/10/2019 016262 STEVE ADAMIAK GOLF INSTRUCTION, AKA STEVEN L ADAMIAK (Continued) Description TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198000 10/10/2019 003840 STRONGS PAINTING PAINTING SVCS: MARGARITA PARK 198001 10/10/2019 009061 STURDIVANT, ANGELA P. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198002 10/10/2019 008164 SUN CITY GRANITE INC ENGRAVING SVCS: LA PAZ & YNEZ RD 198003 10/10/2019 010679 TEMECULAAUTO VEHICLE REPAIR & MAINT:TCSD REPAIR/RADIATOR, DBAAUTO ENTERPRISE INC 198004 10/10/2019 021399 TEMECULA VALLEY RURAL, FY 19/20 DISCRETIONARY GRANT LIFESTYLES INC FUNDING 198005 10/10/2019 020952 TNT TRANSPORT, DBA RFRSHMNTS: SANTA'S ELECTRIC CREATIVE CATERING LIGHT PARADE 198006 10/10/2019 021444 TOMA, SARA REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 198007 10/10/2019 021449 TORRES MARTINEZ TRIBAL REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT TCC 9/26/19 TANF 198008 10/10/2019 000319 VARSITY BRANDS HOLDING CO SUPPLIES: TCSD INC, DBA BSNSPORTSTOMARKSPORTS 198009 10/10/2019 007208 VINCES SPAGHETTI EXPRESS RFRSHMNTS: CULTURALART-2NDSAT 10/12 198010 10/10/2019 010283 W B PRODUCTIONS INC COLOR RUN SERVICES:CRC TCSD 198011 10/10/2019 010487 WATSON,LUKE REIMB: APA CONFERENCE:9/15-9/18 198012 10/10/2019 008668 WES FLOWERS IG SUNSHINE FUND IG SUNSHINE FUND 198013 10/10/2019 013286 WEST SAFETY SERVICES INC SEPT ENTERPRISE 911 SVC: IT 198014 10/10/2019 016864 WOOD, RANDY UNIFORM REIMB: RWOOD 198015 10/10/2019 021443 YOUMANS, GARY REIMB: APA CONFERENCE: 9/15-9/18 198016 10/10/2019 003776 ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, PARAMEDIC SUPPLIES: MEDIC GPO Amount Paid Check Total 504.00 504.00 315.00 13,500.00 1,171.80 750.00 1,312.28 1,000.00 1,000.50 344.31 200.00 182.16 320.65 5,852.13 675.59 61.43 61.43 450.00 135.48 509.04 127.02 Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,323.00 13,500.00 1,171.80 750.00 1,312.28 1,000.00 1,000.50 344.31 200.00 182.16 320.65 5,852.13 675.59 122.86 450.00 135.48 509.04 127.02 698,940.61 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 10/10/2019 3:11:50PM CITY OF TEMECULA 150 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 698,940.61 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 7206 9/10/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 017932 MENIFEE VALLEY CHAMBER JS REGIST: STATE OF THE CITY: OF, COMMERCE STEWART 7208 9/20/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 014115 GAMBLING COWBOY RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CLOSED SESS CHOPHOUSE, THE MTG 8/13 001104 A R M A RO MEMBERSHIP FEES: FLORES, G.. 012915 LUCILLE'S BBQ RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CLOSED SESS MTG 8/27 007218 SWING INN CAFE RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CLOSED SESS MTG 8/27 021453 SACRAMENTO BEE RO SUBSCRIPTION: ONLINE DIGITAL 005531 FRONT STREET BAR & GRILL RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CLOSED SESS DBA, BAILY WINE COUNTRY MTG 9/10 CAFE 7287 9/24/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 007987 WALMART RG SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 006738 RANCHO COMMUNITY RG REGISTRATION: CUOTT CHURCH FUNDRAISER EVENT 007987 WALMART RG SUPPLIES: HELP CTR RG BANK FEES: TCSD Amount Paid Check Total 48.17 48.17 217.50 260.00 340.61 20.66 1.99 183.79 1,024.55 18.28 900.00 69.83 35.00 1.023.11 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7288 9/24/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000751 SKILLPATH INC 020790 ZAZZLE.COM 014115 GAMBLING COWBOY CHOPHOUSE, THE 012085 ISTOCK INT'L INC. 021372 TACOS DON JORGE INC 020249 LAUND3R.COM LLC 021344 CABLE WHOLESALE.COM INC 021039 TEMECULAAIR SHUTTLE 012550 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 012550 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 020886 NETFLIX.COM 021454 SILENT BEACON 021438 PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY OF, AMERICA- I.E. CHAPTER 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SYNCB/AMAZON 021455 RONAL REAGAN MUSEUM 021455 RONAL REAGAN MUSEUM 006952 PAYPAL 016390 SPECIAL EVENT SAFETY SEMINARS 021344 CABLE WHOLESALE.COM INC 7289 10/2/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 017932 MENIFEE VALLEY CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE 015626 EVENTBRITE.COM 7290 10/2/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total KH STAFF TRAINING: NIETO, H. 149.00 KH OFC SUPPLIES: TVM 29.48 KH RFRSHMNTS: PARK RANGER 92.66 INTERVIEW KH IMAGES FOR PROMOTIONAL 125.07 FLYERS & THEATER HOSPITALITY: THEATER 386.06 KH TABLE CLOTHS LAUNDERED: ACE 139.50 TEAM KH MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER 351.18 KH SHUTTLE SERVICE: 179.00 HIRONORI-SISTER CITY KH LODGING: WAA CONFERENCE: 761.09 TURNER, C. KH LODGING: WAA CONFERENCE: 107.81 TURNER, C. KH MONTHLY CHARGE FOR SVC: CRC 8.99 TEEN ROOM KH SAFETY DEVICE: SPECIAL EVENTS 104.80 :clra���ia a■���n 3rerrri�� �y_el :�zrx�i� KH AIR PURIFIER FOR STAFF: TCSD 93.51 KH TICKETS: SENIOR EXCURSION 646.80 KH TICKETS: SENIOR EXCURSION 89.85 KH VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO 308.00 TRANSACTION KH SAFETY SEMINAR: 1,398.00 ADAMIAK/AUGUSTINE KH MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER 101.79 ZS REGIST: STATE OF THE CITY: 48.17 SCHWANK ZS REGIST: STATE OF THE CITY SAN 49.37 JAC I NTO JS MONTE CARLO MIXER EVENT BY 50.00 TVC 9/18 5,172.59 97.54 50.00 Paget apChkLst 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 7291 10/2/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 017932 MENIFEE VALLEY CHAMBER ME REGIST: STATE OF THE CITY: 48.17 48.17 OF, COMMERCE EDWARDS 7293 10/2/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 004978 LOS ANGELES TIMES LW SUBSCRIPTION: PLANNING 7.96 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING LW CONF REGISTRATION: WATTS, 575.00 ASSOCIATION GARY 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES LW REGIST: APA CONF: WATSON, W. 600.00 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES LW REGIST: APA CONF: LEHNER, L. 600.00 1,782.96 7317 9/30/2019 014685 COMPASS BANK '11 REFUNDING 01/08 CERT PART 518,377.40 518,377.40 DEBT SVC 7318 9/30/2019 014685 COMPASS BANK '18 MARGARITA REC CENTER DEBT 138,951.42 138,951.42 SRVC 7319 10/3/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 35.12 SYNCB/AMAZON BOOKS:LIBRARY 173.37 BOOKS:LIBRARY 67.06 BOOKS:LIBRARY -0.30 BOOKS:LIBRARY 329.96 BOOKS:LIBRARY 83.03 BOOKS:LIBRARY 19.58 707.82 7320 10/9/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, REC SUPPLIES:CRC 300.34 SYNCB/AMAZON BOOKS:LIBRARY 29.77 330.11 7321 10/15/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING DIV 69.29 SYNCB/AMAZON MISC SUPPLIES: ECO DEV 61.06 Inspector phone cases:Bldg & Safety 29.30 159.65 7322 10/4/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, CANON PRINTHEAD:CENTRAL SVCS 333.99 333.99 SYNCB/AMAZON 7323 10/10/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC OCT INTERNET SVCS-THEATRE 150.98 150.98 7324 10/2/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC OCT DISH NETWORK: 41952 6TH ST 56.10 56.10 7325 10/2/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC OCT DISH NETWORK: 43230 BUS PARK 161.27 161.27 DR 7327 10/3/2019 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER AUG WATER 3001603 30650 PAUBA RD 27,888.48 27,888.48 DISTRICT Page3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 7328 10/16/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE SYNCB/AMAZON 7329 10/7/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 095-167-7907-2 30650 PAUBA RD 7330 10/8/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 101-525-1560-6 27415 ENTERPRISE CIR 7331 10/8/2019 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS O8/11-09/10 TASK FORCE TABLETS: POLICE 7332 10/15/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE OCT INTERNET SVCS-40820 WINCHESTER RD 7333 10/3/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER AUG WATER: MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 7334 10/3/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER SEPT WATER: 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 7335 10/3/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER AUG WATER: MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 7336 10/3/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER AUG WATER: 39569 SERAPHINA RD DIST 7337 10/4/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER SEPT WATER: 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 7338 10/8/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 125-244-2108-3 30600 PAUBA RD 7339 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 060-293-3315-7 28922 PUJOL ST 7340 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 101-525-0950-0 28816 PUJOL ST 7341 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 026-671-2909-8 42051 MAIN ST 7342 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 133-040-7373-0 43210 BUS PARK DR 7343 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 181-383-8881-6 28314 MERCEDES ST 7344 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY SEPT 028-025-1468-3 41375 MCCABE CT Amount Paid Check Total 54.74 54.74 102.44 102.44 91.19 91.19 448.48 448.48 5.30 5.30 57.51 57.51 80.30 80.30 231.35 231.35 572.10 572.10 1,323.60 1,323.60 18.85 18.85 14.79 14.79 16.82 16.82 17.86 17.86 17.86 17.86 18.87 18.87 19.88 19.88 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7345 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 7346 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 7347 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 7348 10/9/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 7349 10/8/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7350 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7351 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7352 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7353 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7354 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7355 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7356 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7357 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7358 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7359 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7360 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7361 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total SEPT 129-582-9784-3 43230 BUS PARK 28.04 28.04 DR SEPT 021-725-0775-4 41845 6TH ST 65.72 65.72 SEPT 091-024-9300-5 30875 RANCHO 191.05 191.05 VISTA SEPT 129-535-4236-7 41000 MAIN ST 670.75 670.75 SEPT 2-28-629-0507 30600 PAUBA RD 13,273.64 13,273.64 SEPT 2-35-421-1260 41955 4TH ST 9.30 9.30 SEPT 2-31-419-2873 43000 HWY 395 11.21 11.21 SEPT 2-29-657-2787 41638 11.21 11.21 WINCHESTER RD SEPT 2-34-333-3589 41702 MAIN ST 11.26 11.26 SEPT 2-29-807-1226 28077 DIAZ RD 11.74 11.74 SEPT 2-29-807-1093 28079 DIAZ RD 11.74 11.74 SEPT 2-31-282-0665 27407 DIAZ RD 12.18 12.18 SEPT 2-31-031-2616 27991 DIAZ RD 12.18 12.18 SEPT 2-41-502-0478 28402 MERCEDES 23.43 23.43 ST SEPT 2-14-204-1615 30027 FRONT ST 28.30 28.30 SEPT 2-31-536-3481 41902 MAIN ST 149.31 149.31 SEPT 2-19-171-8568 28300 MERCEDES 359.99 359.99 ST Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7362 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7363 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7364 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7365 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7366 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7367 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7368 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7369 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7370 10/4/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7371 10/16/2019 021355 PACIFIC PREMIER BANK 7372 10/17/2019 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT 7373 10/17/2019 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN 303355 7374 10/17/2019 021301 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN 106474 7375 10/17/2019 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) 7376 10/17/2019 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) 7377 10/17/2019 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 7378 10/17/2019 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total SEPT 2-02-502-8077 43210 BUS PARK 586.28 586.28 DR SEPT 2-31-536-3655 41904 MAIN ST 1,220.75 1,220.75 SEPT 2-18-937-3152 28314 MERCEDES 1,227.47 1,227.47 ST SEPT 2-31-912-7494 28690 MERCEDES 1,968.86 1,968.86 ST SEPT 2-02-3514946 41845 6TH ST 2,463.95 2,463.95 SEPT 2-29-224-0173 32364 OVERLAND 3,173.82 3,173.82 TRL SEPT 2-29-933-3831 43230 BUS PARK 3,483.82 3,483.82 DR SEPT 2-00-397-5042 43200 BUS PARK 7,256.44 7,256.44 DR SEPT 2-32-903-8293 41000 MAIN ST 30,130.32 30,130.32 ESCROW ACCT LIB PRKG PHII-ENV 22,641.53 22,641.53 CONSTR SUPPORT PAYMENT 899.07 899.07 ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 11,261.92 11,261.92 PAYMENT ICMA- 401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 1,115.39 1,115.39 PAYMENT STATE TAXES PAYMENT 26,801.20 26,801.20 FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 89,969.52 89,969.52 OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT 3,389.32 3,389.32 PAYMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT 11,564.01 11,564.01 Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 7379 10/17/2019 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 7380 10/17/2019 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' PERS RETIREMENT PAYMENT RETIREMENT) 198017 10/17/2019 004802 ADLERHORST INTERNATIONAL K9 EQUIPMENT: DAYKA LLC 198018 10/17/2019 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NOV DEBIT MEMO: ADDING 1 MEMBER LLC, DBA AETNA RESOURCES NOV EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAI 198019 10/17/2019 003552 AFLAC PREMIUM HOLDING, AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY C/O BNB BANK LOCKBOX PAYMENT 198020 10/17/2019 014170 AHERN RENTALS INC BOOM LIFT RENTAL: SKATE PARK 198021 10/17/2019 016450 AIR EXCHANGE INC PLYMOVENT MAIN: STA 84 198022 10/17/2019 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 198023 10/17/2019 021457 ALLEN, SHANNON REFUND:LOST LIBRARY MATERIALS RETURNED 198024 10/17/2019 006915 ALLIES PARTY EQUIPMENT, RENTALS: COUNCIL CHAMBERS RENTAL INC RENAMING EVENT 198025 10/17/2019 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES PHLEMBOTOMY SVCS:TEMECULA AFN POLICE NOV STAND BY FEE: POLICE PHLEMBOTOMY SRVCS:TEMECULA POL 198026 10/17/2019 021383 AMERICAN RAMP COMPANY RRSP PUMP TRACK: PW18-04 INC 198027 10/17/2019 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: CIVIC CTR OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: INFO TI OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: JRC OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: PW OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: MPSC OCT DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: POLICE 198028 10/17/2019 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC BOOK COLLECTIONS:RHRTPL BOOK COLLECTIONS:RHRTPL BOOK COLLECTIONS:RHRTPL BOOK COLLECTIONS:RHRTPL Amount Paid Check Total 28.51 28.51 109, 728.66 109, 728.66 12.93 12.93 4.40 1,324.40 1,328.80 3,991.40 3,991.40 1,175.91 1,175.91 251.25 251.25 548.51 548.51 23.00 23.00 180.41 180.41 825.50 1,300.00 165.00 2,290.50 55,024.57 55,024.57 183.71 28.28 28.28 28.28 34.75 56.57 359.87 127.26 42.67 328.67 448.51 947.11 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198029 10/17/2019 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL STAFF 30TH ANNIVERSARY JACKETS PRODUCTS INC 198030 10/17/2019 014284 BLAKELYS TRUCK SERVICE, Vehicle repair & maintenance: traffic pw AKA DONALD W BLAKELY Vehicle repair & maintenance: traffic pw VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS:PW STREET IV VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS:PW STREET M VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS:PW STREET M VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS:PW STREET M EQUIPMENT REPAIR & MAINT: PARKS 198031 10/17/2019 019559 BMW MOTORCYCLES OF VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM RIVERSIDE SHERIFF 198032 10/17/2019 021417 BRIGHTSIGN LLC digital sign equipment for KMA Exhibit 198033 10/17/2019 001054 CALIF BUILDING OFFICIALS, MEMBERSHIP DUES: CLEMENTS, (CALBO) BRIAN 198034 10/17/2019 010939 CALIF DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL 157048 ELEVATOR INSP:28690 MERCEDES 157049 ELEVATOR INSP: PARKING GARP 157047 ELEVATOR INSP:28690 MERCEDI 198035 10/17/2019 004248 CALIF DEPT OF DOJ blood & alcohol analysis: tem JUSTICE-ACCTING DOJ blood & alcohol analysis: tem Amount Paid Check Total 283.84 283.84 225.63 146.87 240.00 120.78 207.47 137.88 46.05 1,124.68 607.60 607.60 1,319.89 1,319.89 295.00 295.00 225.00 225.00 225.00 675.00 35.00 1,155.00 1,190.00 PageB apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 198036 10/17/2019 000152 CALIF PARKSAND RECREATION SOC, C P R S 198037 10/17/2019 020568 CALIFORNIA WATERS DEVELOPMENT 198038 10/17/2019 021054 CANTRELL,TINAJ. (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total CONF REGISTRATION: MOREY, M. 450.00 3/10-3/13 CONF REGISTRATION: COURTS, T 3/10-: 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: MOREY, MIKE 145.00 MEMBERSHIP: MENZIMER, K. 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: MASTERS, T. 3/1C 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: MASTERS, T. 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: HARGETT, C 3/10 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: HARGETT, CASSANDRA 145.00 MEMBERSHIP: CLERMONT, RISHANN 145.00 MEMBERSHIP: SISLER, L. 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: RUSSO, ERICA 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: WOOTEN, M. 3/1C 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: ELROD, M. 3/10-3 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: ELROD, MICHELLE 145.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: MARTINEZ, Y. 245.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: HOUSE, C. 370.00 MEMBERSHIP: COURTS, TRACY 145.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: THORESON, K. 370.00 CONF REGISTRATION: MENZIMER, K. 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: LAWRENCE, J. 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: JUAREZ, L. 3/10-; 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: JUAREZ, LEAH 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: CARDENAS, R. 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: DAVIS, M. 3/10-3/' 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: DAVIS, MELISSA 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: WILLCOX, J. 3/10 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: WILLCOX, J. 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: RAYA, S. 3/10-3/1: 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: RAYA, SERGIO 145.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: HAWKINS, K. 245.00 CONF REGISTRATION: LAWRENCE. J. 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: CLEMONT, R. 3/1( 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: SISLER, L. 3/10-3) 450.00 CONF REGISTRATION: FORMENTERA, A 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: FORMENTERA, ANDREW 145.00 CONF REGISTRATION: WILLCOX, G. 3/1C 450.00 MEMBERSHIP: WILLCOX, GWEN 145.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: TAKAVORIAN: 1 370.00 ONE DAY CONFERENCE: AGUILAR, N. 370.00 RET RELEASE: CNSTR CONTRACT 74,337.62 SVCS:PW18-02 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 140.00 12,245.00 74,337.62 140.00 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 10 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198039 10/17/2019 021349 CASA CENTER AGAINST SART EXAMS: TEM SHERIFF SEXUAL, ASSAULT OF SW RIV CO 198040 10/17/2019 018828 CASC ENGINEERING AND, NPDES COMM & IND'L CONSULTING INC INSPECTIONS:PW 198041 10/17/2019 009640 CERTIFION CORP DBA SEP ONLINE DATABASE SBSCIPTN: PD ENTERSECT 198042 10/17/2019 021237 CHS EDUCATION REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT. TCC 5/16/19 FOUNDATION, BOYS TENNIS 198043 10/17/2019 005417 CINTAS CORP FIRSTAID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE FIRST AID KIT MAINTENTANCE 198044 10/17/2019 020457 CLARITAS HOLDINGS INC, DBA POP -FACTS -DEMOGRAPHICS & EXEC CLARITAS LLC SUMMARY 2019 Businesses Report 198045 10/17/2019 004405 COMMUNITY HEALTH EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS CHARITIES PAYMENT 198046 10/17/2019 000442 COMPUTER ALERT SYSTEMS COMMUNITY REC CTR: ALARM SYSTEM 198047 10/17/2019 021230 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKING DISTR, DBA CALIF ELECTRIC GARAGE SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKING GARA 198048 10/17/2019 011922 CORELOGIC INC, DBA SEP PROP ID SFTWR: CODE CORELOGIC SOLUTIONS ENFORCEMENT 198049 10/17/2019 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: THEATER HOSPITALITY 198050 10/17/2019 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES: CONTRACT CLASSES SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PRGM Amount Paid Check Total 800.00 890.00 200.00 200.00 45.58 139.27 39.21 112.82 98.07 234.58 260.40 186.33 115.49 447.73 159.00 785.00 500.00 4.00 75.00 846.35 1,266.94 426.57 273.50 354.39 176.42 800.00 890.00 200.00 200.00 1,838.48 1,285.00 4.00 75.00 2,539.86 273.50 188.36 530.81 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 198051 10/17/2019 014501 COUNTYWIDE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 198052 10/17/2019 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & HVAC INC 198053 10/17/2019 020436 CRONBERG, RICHARD N 198054 10/17/2019 019325 CROWELL, PAULA 198055 10/17/2019 012600 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC 198056 10/17/2019 002990 DAVID TURCH AND ASSOCIATES 198057 10/17/2019 004382 DEKRA LITE INC 198058 10/17/2019 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL SRVCS 198059 10/17/2019 021249 DIANA REIN INC 198060 10/17/2019 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL 198061 10/17/2019 019293 E&F PET SUPPLIES INC 198062 10/17/2019 020983 FAIRVIEW FORD SALES INC 198063 10/17/2019 019469 FALCON ENGINEERING SERVICES 198064 10/17/2019 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total HVAC REPAIR TOAHU 5: CIVIC CTR 590.17 HVAC REPAIR TO AHU 5: CIVIC CTR 758.92 1,349.09 MISC REPAIRS: 6TH STREET 260.00 MISC REPAIRS: 6TH STREET RESTROOP 926.83 MISC REPAIRS: VISITOR'S CTR 477.00 MISC REPAIRS: CIVIC CTR 255.78 MISC REPAIRS: CIVIC CTR 472.00 MISC REPAIRS: CIVIC CTR 332.77 MISC REPAIRS: TPL 1,680.00 MISC REPAIRS: THEATER 280.00 MISC REPAIRS: POLICE STOREFRONT 940.00 5,624.38 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 168.00 168.00 REIMB: '19 MISAC CONF: 9/28-10/2 600.98 600.98 AUG ENG SVCS - PW08-04 SANTA 2,537.27 2,537.27 GERTRUDIS JUL FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY 5,500.00 MGR AUG FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY M 5,500.00 11,000.00 DEPOSIT: HOLIDAY DECOR: STORAGE 4,857.50 4,857.50 & INSTAL PORTABLE RESTROOM: LONG 110.88 CANYON PARK PORTABLE RESTROOM: MORAGA RD 275.87 386.75 DREIN-QUEEN OF CASTLE 8/16 229.10 229.10 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE 67.13 67.13 DEPT K9 FOOD: TEMECULA POLICE 94.50 94.50 Purchase of Sign Truck: PW Street Maint 101,793.98 101,793.98 CNSTRCTN MGMT SVCS: PW04-08 10,529.45 10,529.45 KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 108.75 KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 10.88 119.63 Page:11 apChkLst 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 198065 10/17/2019 019710 FU, JIMMY PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: ECO DEV 250.00 250.00 198066 10/17/2019 003946 G T ENTERTAINMENT, AKA DJ/MC Entertainment: High Hopes 350.00 350.00 GEOFFREY GAIER 198067 10/17/2019 001937 GALLS LLC MISC EQUIPMENT. SHERIFF CAP 56.21 56.21 198068 10/17/2019 010452 GAYLORD BROS INC SUPPLIES:TVM/ACE/SISTER CITY 83.77 83.77 EVENTS 198069 10/17/2019 012066 GEOCON WEST INC 7/15-8/11 GEOTECH SVCS - PW15-14 22,702.00 7/15-8/11 GEOTECH SVCS: PW18-02 555.00 23,257.00 198070 10/17/2019 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA95 80.15 INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 92 115.67 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 27.17 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAIN 89.99 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 37.36 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 19.27 369.61 198071 10/17/2019 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 30.55 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 4.33 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: LIBRRAY 13.58 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM 59.88 HDWR SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 73 16.07 HDWR SUPPLIES: FIRE STA84 44.63 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 28.23 HRDWR SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 73 49.85 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 75.02 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC -75.02 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS 20.55 MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT 110.85 378.52 198072 10/17/2019 012748 HARDYAND HARPER INC CNSTRCTN CONTRACT SVCS: 761,951.30 761,951.30 PW18-10 198073 10/17/2019 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC MISC SUPPLIES: TVM 146.78 146.78 198074 10/17/2019 000501 INTL INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL, MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: JOHL, R. 210.00 210.00 CLERKS 198075 10/17/2019 021450 JB CONSTRUCTION REFUND:CANCELLED 367.21 367.21 PERMIT:1318-0038 198076 10/17/2019 000820 K R W & ASSOCIATES SEP ENG PLAN CK & 4,480.00 4,480.00 REVIEW:PW-LAND DEV Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description 198077 10/17/2019 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA CREDIT:TAX WITHHOLDING CASE TEMECULA TROPHY & DES 603016103 CREDIT:TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 60301� OLD TOWN BOARDWALK PLAQUES: PW NAME PLATES: WOOTEN: TCSD 198078 10/17/2019 014432 LANAIR GROUP LLC SHORETEL/MITEL MONITORING AND BACKUP SHORETEL/MITEL MONITORING AND BA 198079 10/17/2019 020249 LAUND3R.COM LLC LINENS:HUMAN SVCS/MPSC TCSD 198080 10/17/2019 000482 LEIGHTON CONSULTING INC AUG GEOTECH SVCS: PW19-01 AUG GEOTECH SVCS: PW13-09 TPL GEOTECH & MAT'LS TESTING: PW15-11 198081 10/17/2019 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC CPR SUPPLIES: MEDIC 198082 10/17/2019 011145 LODATO JILL CHRISTINE, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS BRIGHT START FOR KIDS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198083 10/17/2019 014796 LOWREY, BETSY REIMB: SUPPLIES FOR RENAMING EVENT 10/8 198084 10/17/2019 013650 MAMCO, INC. DBAALABBASI AUG BUTTERFIELD STG RD PW15-11 PHASE III 198085 10/17/2019 011956 MATTHEWS, AARON EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM 198086 10/17/2019 014392 MC COLLOUGH JILL DENISE, OCT PLANTSCAPE SVCS: CIVIC CTR DBA TEMECULA PLANTSCAPE OCT PLANTSCAPE SVCS: LIBRARY 198087 10/17/2019 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT LLC SEP JANITORIAL SVCS: VARI FACILITIES 198088 10/17/2019 018314 MICHAEL BAKER CONSULTANTSVCS: PW17-19 INTERNATIONAL 2/4-3/3 DSGN SVCS: PECHANGA: PW15-' AUG CONST SUPPORT SVCS: PW15-14 AUG DSGN SVCS: PW18-11 CONSULTANT SVCS: PW18-03 RRSP 198089 10/17/2019 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS ON TAPE:LIBRARY 198090 10/17/2019 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION INC PECHANGA PKWY STORM WTR MITIGATION: PW15 PECHANGA STORM WATER MITIGATION Amount Paid Check Total -10.88 -108.75 435.00 43.50 358.87 600.00 1,188.00 1,788.00 100.75 100.75 8,008.30 4,418.35 4,071.00 16,497.65 24,860.25 24,860.25 84.00 3,024.00 1,260.00 4,368.00 52.78 52.78 1,117,529.36 1,117,529.36 2,000.00 2,000.00 500.00 200.00 700.00 23,437.11 23,437.11 20,299.88 2,282.00 1,996.35 45,760.02 8,304.97 78,643.22 89.57 89.57 44,000.00 62,363.00 106,363.00 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 14 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198091 10/17/2019 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CRC INC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 198092 10/17/2019 001868 MIYAMOTO-JURKOSKY, SUSAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS ANN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198093 10/17/2019 016445 MKB PRINTING & BUSINESS CARDS: PW PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS BUSINESS CARDS: PW- PARKS BUSINESS CARDS: PW: CIP & LAND DEV Business Cards: Brianna Borunda Social 198094 10/17/2019 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC KAHWEARD. EMERGENCY ACCESS GATE 198095 10/17/2019 004040 MORAMARCO, ANTHONY J, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198096 10/17/2019 019019 MUSIC CONNECTION LLC STTLMNT: SPEAKEASY AT THE MERC: 10/12/19 198097 10/17/2019 018099 NATIONAL SAFETY DOT TESTING: HR COMPLIANCE INC 198098 10/17/2019 015164 NATURES IMAGE INC SEP PECHANGA PKWY ENVIRON MITIGATION AUG PECHANGA PKWY ENVIRON MITIG� 198099 10/17/2019 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH 7/23-8/22 WATER DELIVERY SVCS: AMERICA, DBA AQUATICS READYREFRESH 5/23-9/22 WTR DLVRY SVCS: TVE2 198100 10/17/2019 018402 NEWSMINDED INC NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION:MPSC 198101 10/17/2019 018171 NUNN, BROOKE LINDA RFRSHMNTS: COUNCIL RENAMING EVENT 10/8 198102 10/17/2019 019839 O'CONNOR, DENISE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198103 10/17/2019 021289 ODEN, CHARLES REIMB: CCPOA CONFERENCE: 9/22-9/25 198104 10/17/2019 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS OFFICE SUPPLIES: PW-TRAFFIC DIV Amount Paid Check Total 86.69 546.68 633.37 393.40 423.50 429.00 115.50 159.50 1,520.90 146.68 53.88 200.57 42.12 443.25 4,652.00 4,652.00 630.00 385.00 591.50 1,606.50 531.30 531.30 88.87 88.87 206.86 206.86 413.72 495.22 229.73 724.95 125.00 125.00 40.08 40.08 140.00 140.00 147.47 147.47 146.02 146.02 Page:14 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 15 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198105 10/17/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT: PW-STREET CITY VEHICLE MAINT: PW-STREET CITY EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW-STREEI 198106 10/17/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT: PW-FACILITIES 198107 10/17/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT: TEM POLICE 198108 10/17/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT: PW-LAND DEV 198109 10/17/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEH REPAIRS & MAINT: PW-STREET 198110 10/17/2019 003663 PECHANGA BAND OF AUG MONITOR SVC: CIP-BTTRFLD LUISENO, MISSION INDIANS STAGE RD-PW 198111 10/17/2019 021451 PERMIT RUNNER REFUND:CANCELLED PERMIT:619-2723 198112 10/17/2019 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES PRODUCTS INC SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES SUPPLIES: POOL FACILITIES SUPPLIES: SPLASH PAD 198113 10/17/2019 011549 POWER SPORTS UNLIMITED, VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM DBA BMW MOTORCYCLES OF POLICE NO VEH MAINT & REPAIR: TEM POLICE VEH MAINT & REPAIR: TEM POLICE VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM POLICE VEH REPAIR & MAINT: TEM POLICE VEH REPAIR & MAINT: TEM POLICE VEH REPAIR & MAINT: TEM POLICE VEH REPAIR & MAINT: TEM POLICE 198114 10/17/2019 014379 PROFESSIONAL IMAGE SIGN: DRIVE SAFE ADVERTISING, DBA EXTREME BILLBOARD -RANCHO CA/YNE SIGNSGRAPHICS 198115 10/17/2019 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL SEP UNIFORM/FLR MATS/TWL SUPPLY RENT:CITY FACS SEP UNIFORM/FLR MATS/TOWEL RENT:( 198116 10/17/2019 021107 PUBLIC ADVERTISING AGENCY DESIGN SVCS: SEMI-ANNUAL INC NEWSLETTER 198117 10/17/2019 021438 PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY PRSAIE AWARDS SUBMITTALS OF, AMERICA- I.E. CHAPTER Amount Paid Check Total 596.18 145.82 68.93 810.93 276.65 276.65 240.35 240.35 220.01 220.01 205.58 205.58 10,316.30 10,316.30 114.78 114.78 298.54 -288.71 344.52 628.94 983.29 364.94 210.00 741.68 342.58 855.64 307.80 40.30 199.26 3,062.20 476.94 476.94 989.35 1,032.90 2,022.25 2,775.00 2,775.00 200.00 200.00 Page:15 apChkLst 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 16 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 198118 10/17/2019 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP: 2,970.00 MANAGEMENT PW HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP: P' 1,485.00 HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP: P' 2,970.00 HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP: P` 6,827.00 14,252.00 198119 10/17/2019 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND AUG 2019 LEGAL SERVICES 138,036.14 138,036.14 GERSHON 198120 10/17/2019 001592 RIVERSIDE CO INFO EMERGENCY RADIO RENTAL: TEM 2,359.72 2,359.72 TECHNOLOGY POLICE 198121 10/17/2019 000955 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFF SW INSTALLATION FIBER OPTIC: TEM 3,950.00 3,950.00 STN POLICE-MAL 198122 10/17/2019 007041 RIVERSIDE SHERIFFS ASSOC. PROMO ITEMS: ECON DEV-PLUSH K9 1,500.00 1,500.00 198123 10/17/2019 017446 ROSE AGAIN FOUNDATION FY19/20 COUNCIL (ZS) CSF-KIDS SOAR 1,000.00 1,000.00 PRGM 198124 10/17/2019 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SVCS: AQUATICS 50.74 LOCKSMITH SRVC LOCKSMITH SVCS: HARVESTON 27.45 LOCKSMITH SVCS: SENIOR CENTER 130.50 208.69 198125 10/17/2019 021055 SAMS, ANDREA LAUREN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 105.00 105.00 198126 10/17/2019 009980 SANBORN GWYNETH A, CO COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 10/5 854.25 854.25 TEMECULA MUSIC ACADEMY 198127 10/17/2019 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY: ACE-AOTW 10/4 150.00 PRESTON PHOTOGRAPHY: MPSC-ELGL EVENT 9/2 150.00 300.00 198128 10/17/2019 021351 SARNOWSKI,AVA PERFORMANCE: MPSC-ANNIVERSARY 75.00 75.00 9/19 198129 10/17/2019 021456 SESSIONS CONSULTING REFUND:DUPLICATE PMT/RETURNED 601.00 601.00 ENGINEERS CK 198130 10/17/2019 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERC 10/10 287.00 JAZZ @ THE MERC 10/3 700.00 987.00 198131 10/17/2019 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW BANNERS: CITYWIDE CLEAN-UP 62.96 PUBLIC NTC POSTING PA19-0512:PLNG 213.75 MISC SIGNAGE:SPECIAL EVENTS 218.34 FABRIC FLAGS: PW-TVE2 522.00 1,017.05 198132 10/17/2019 000645 SMART AND FINAL INC RFRSHMNTS: ACE-AOTW 10/4 32.14 32.14 Page:16 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 17 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198133 10/17/2019 019362 SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION MICROSOFT OFC: IT-125 LICENSES 198134 10/17/2019 021406 SOLAR THINGZ INC DBA, LED SUPPLIES: CIP FLASH SIGN-PW1806 LIGHTING SOLUTIONS 198135 10/17/2019 018572 SOLCIUS LLC REFUND:SOLAR PLAN CK FEES:B19-3209 198136 10/17/2019 002503 SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY, FY19/20AQMD FEE:STN 84 MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FY19/20 EMISSIONS FEE:STN 84 198137 10/17/2019 012652 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, OCT GEN USAGE: 0141,0839,2593,9306 TELEPHONE COMPANY 198138 10/17/2019 016939 SPERO VINEYARDS, INC VINEYARDS FIELD EXPERIENCES: MPSC 198139 10/17/2019 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS-HLTH FAIR 198140 10/17/2019 018844 STANTEC CONSULTING AUG CONSULT SVCS: BTTRFLD STAGE SERVICES RD-PW151 198141 10/17/2019 021083 STAR AQUATICS REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 10/5/19 198142 10/17/2019 015648 STEIN ANDREW, DBA PARKINK MERCHANDISE: TCSD SPECIAL EVENTS MERCHANDISE: TCSD SPECIAL EVENTS 198143 10/17/2019 001546 STRAIGHT LINE GLASS AND GLASS PANEL: PARKING GARAGE MIRROR, COMPANY INC 198144 10/17/2019 012789 STUART, JENNIFER SARAH TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198145 10/17/2019 003677 TEMECULA MOTORSPORTS CITY VEHICLE MAINT: TEM POLICE LLC CITY VEHICLE MAINT: TEM POLICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT: TEM POLICE 198146 10/17/2019 017415 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR ELEVATOR MAINT SVC Q2: VARIOUS CORP FAC ELEVATOR MAINT SVC Q1: VARIOUS FA( 198147 10/17/2019 008317 TRUEVINE PENTECOSTAL REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 10/6/19 CHURCH 198148 10/17/2019 011962 TUFF SHED INC SUPPLIES: CRC POOL SHED-PW1802 Amount Paid Check Total 2,366.25 2,366.25 5,219.97 5,219.97 251.60 251.60 124.46 136.40 260.86 599.58 599.58 1,500.00 1,500.00 190.00 190.00 1,960.00 1,960.00 200.00 200.00 3,251.38 1,928.70 5,180.08 352.77 352.77 4,900.00 4,900.00 145.35 1,183.55 276.98 1,605.88 5,049.00 5,049.00 10,098.00 200.00 200.00 15,415.35 15,415.35 Page:17 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 18 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 198149 10/17/2019 005460 U S BANK 198150 10/17/2019 007766 UNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 198151 10/17/2019 020963 UPTOWN TEMECULAAUTO SPA LLC 198152 10/17/2019 006427 VAIL ELEMENTARY PTA 198153 10/17/2019 008977 VALLEY EVENTS INC 198154 10/17/2019 008558 VALLEY OF THE MIST QUILTERS 198155 10/17/2019 014850 VALLEY PRINTING SERVICES, INC. 198156 10/17/2019 009101 VISION ONE, INC., DBA: ACCESSO 198157 10/17/2019 004861 VON RICHTER, POLLY 198158 10/17/2019 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L (Continued) Description TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE: JOHN WARNER RD TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE:CROW HILLCFDO: TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE:RORIPAUGH CFD1 TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE:WOLF CREEK CFE TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE:HARVESTON I CFE TRUSTEE ADMIN FEE:HARVESTON 11 CF SEP DIG SAFE BOARD BILLABLE TICKETS: PW- SEP UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATOR AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-LAND DEV AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-CIP JUL VEHICLE WASHING SVCS: TCSD SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: TEM POLICE SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-STREET AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS:BLDG & SAFI AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS:CODE ENFOI AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-PARKS SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-PARKS JUL VEHICLE WASHING SVCS: TCSD AUG VEHICLE WASH SVCS: FIRE SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: BLDG & SAF SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: CODE ENFO SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: FIRE SEP VEHICLE WASH SVCS: PW-FAC TRANSPORT: RIBBON CUT CEREMONY 9/17 RENTALS: H H-MOVI E NIGHT 10/4 FACEPAINTER: SKIP HLLWN DANCE 10/9 � 3�10I�76yxile7�l0411[a] 04 aN70fV: MAILING: NEWSLETTER TOTEM RESIDENTS SUPPLIES: THEATER -TICKET SCANNERS SHOWARE TICKETING SVCS: THEATER REIMB: NEOGOV CONF: 10/7-10/10 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS Amount Paid Check Total 2,475.00 4,670.00 2,200.00 2,559.50 2,200.00 2,559.50 128.13 293.80 4.00 12.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 20.00 4.00 16.00 8.00 8.00 16.00 16.00 8.00 20.00 4.00 97.50 750.00 195.00 200.00 225.00 1,983.36 2,956.40 414.11 378.00 16,664.00 421.93 156.00 97.50 945.00 200.00 225.00 4,939.76 414.11 378.00 Page:18 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 19 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description 198159 10/17/2019 020275 WALLACE & ASSOC JUL'19 CONST MGNT SVCS: PW-LAND CONSULTING INC DEV-NPD SEP'19 CONST MGNT SVCS: PW-LID AUG '19 CONST MGNT SVCS: PW-LD 198160 10/17/2019 007987 WALMART SUPPLIES: THEATER HOSPITALITY SUPPLIES: TCSD-MRC SUPPLIES: TCSD-SKATE PARK SUPPLIES: CRC -TEEN ZONE SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS PROGRAM 198161 10/17/2019 001881 WATER SAFETY PRODUCTS SUPPLIES: TCSD POOL INC SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 198162 10/17/2019 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES: VARIOUS FACILITIES 198163 10/17/2019 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 8/16-8/31 TREE MAINT: VARIOUS LOCATIONS 8/16-8/31 TREE MAINT: VAIL RANCH 8/16-8/31 TREE MAINT: WOLF CREEK 9/1-9/15 TREE MAINT: CITY R-O-W 9/1-9/15 TREE MAINT: VAR PARKS & MEC 8/16-8/31 TREE MAINT:VAR PRKS & MEDI 9/1-9/15 TREE MAINT: HARVESTON 9/1-9/15 TREE MAINT: VILLAGES 9/1-9/15 TREE MAINT: VARIOUS SLOPES 7/8 TREE MAINT: TVE2 198164 10/17/2019 000621 WESTERN RIVERSIDE FY19/20 AB939 DUES/SOLID WASTE COUNCIL OF, GOVERNMENTS CO-OP (WRCOG) 198165 10/17/2019 021148 WEX BANK 9/25-10/4 FUEL USAGE:POLICE Amount Paid Check Total 9,424.00 16,570.00 21,824.00 47,818.00 62.31 146.49 312.99 444.23 171.03 1,137.05 155.53 1,266.53 1,422.06 4,596.86 4,596.86 991.80 661.50 764.10 10,040.65 1,459.65 558.00 1,909.35 94.50 283.50 717.00 17,480.05 7,838.18 7,838.18 1,180.46 1,180.46 Grand total for UNION BANK: 3,872,882.76 Page:19 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 20 10/17/2019 6:00:18PM CITY OF TEMECULA 220 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 3,872,882.76 Page20 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 7392 10/24/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SYNCB/AMAZON 7393 10/18/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SYNCB/AMAZON 7394 10/16/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7395 10/18/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7396 10/18/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 7397 10/21/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7398 10/21/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7399 10/21/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 7400 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7401 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7402 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7403 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7404 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7405 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 7406 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON Description REC SUPPLIES:CRC BOOKS:LIBRARY BOOKS:LIBRARY SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PRGMS TCSD BOOKS:LIBRARY MISC OFC SUPPLIESWALL STOREFRONT OCT INTERNET SVCS-41000 MAIN ST OCT INTERNET SVCS-LIBRARY OCT INTERNET SVCS-LIBRARY OCT INTERNET SVCS-32131 SLOOP RD OCT INTERNET SVCS-41000 MAIN ST OCT INTERNET SVCS-28816 PUJOL ST SEPT 2-41-812-6629 42061 MAIN ST SEPT 2-39-732-3171 41997 MARGARITA RD SEPT 2-29-953-8447 31738 WOLF VALLEY RD SEPT 2-29-657-2332 45538 REDWOOD RD SEPT 2-29-953-8249 46497 WOLF CREEK DR SEPT 2-29-953-8082 31523 WOLF VALLEY RD SEPT 2-35-707-0010 33451 S HWY 79 Amount Paid Check Total 38.01 19.56 10.15 297.91 148.84 92.17 1,189.05 5.31 5.31 199.57 281.50 586.83 3.95 10.64 10.71 10.87 13.87 15.17 23.22 514.47 92.17 1,189.05 5.31 5.31 199.57 281.50 586.83 3.95 10.64 10.71 10.87 13.87 15.17 23.22 Page-1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 7407 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-42-065-5359 27602 STANDFORD DR 7408 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-41-048-2012 30498 TEM PKWY 7409 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-30-220-8749 45850 N WOLF CREEK 7410 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-29-223-8607 42035 2ND ST 7411 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-31-404-6020 28771 OLD TOWN FRONT 7412 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-25-393-4681 41951 MORAGA RD 7413 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-35-664-9053 29119 MARGARITA RD 7414 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-30-520-4414 32781 TEM PKWY 7415 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-00-397-5067 40499 CALLE MEDUSA 7416 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-35-403-6337 41375 MCCABE CT 7417 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-29-295-3510 32211 WOLF VALLEY RD 7418 10/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON SEPT 2-31-536-3226 28690 MERCEDES ST 7419 10/22/2019 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) 2019 3RD QTR TAXES - UI & ETT 7420 10/17/2019 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER SEPT WATER 3005020 28640 PUJOL ST DISTRICT 198166 10/24/2019 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AUG CISD PRGM:H.R. LLC, DBAAETNA RESOURCES 198167 10/24/2019 021466 AGAPE KOINONTAALLIANCE REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 10/12/19 INC Amount Paid Check Total 45.89 45.89 193.51 193.51 425.71 425.71 640.16 640.16 833.48 833.48 960.61 960.61 966.30 966.30 990.28 990.28 997.08 997.08 1,258.82 1,258.82 2,194.64 2,194.64 2,712.77 2,712.77 10,510.73 10,510.73 62,844.27 62,844.27 3,175.00 3,175.00 164.00 164.00 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198168 10/24/2019 021472 ALAMEDA COUNTY SHERIFFS MOTORCYCLE TRNG: G EASTWOOD OFFICE, ACSO REGIONAL 10/28-11/8 TRAINING 198169 10/24/2019 019709 BAGDASARIAN, NADYA REIMB: TEAM PACE EVENT 198170 10/24/2019 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC BOOK COLLECTIONS: RHRTPL 198171 10/24/2019 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL Uniform Embroidery - Bldg & Safety PRODUCTS INC 198172 10/24/2019 004262 BIO TOX LABORATORIES PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE 198173 10/24/2019 021391 CALIFORNIAAUTO CENTERS METALWORK FOR ATV TRAILER REPAIR:PD 198174 10/24/2019 000131 CARL WARREN AND COMPANY SEP CLAIM ADJUSTER SVCS INC 198175 10/24/2019 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS CTC TENNIS, AKA KERRY LE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198176 10/24/2019 000447 COMTRONIX POLARIS SIREN & LIGHTING COMMUNICATIONS, AKA FRED OUTFITTING: PD L PARKER 198177 10/24/2019 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES:SPECIAL EVENTS 198178 10/24/2019 001393 DATA TICKET INC, DBA SEP PARKING CITATION PROCESSING: REVENUE EXPERTS POLICE AUG CITATION PROCESSING:CSD 198179 10/24/2019 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WORKS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPE FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOF 198180 10/24/2019 021412 EIDE BAILLY LLP FY 18/19 AUDIT SRVCS:FINANCE 198181 10/24/2019 018098 ELITE CLAIMS MANAGEMENT NOV 19 3RD PARTY CLAIM ADMIN: INC WRKRS COM Amount Paid Check Total 2,094.00 2,094.00 175.00 175.00 72.41 72.41 48.94 48.94 2,688.00 1,345.00 138.00 4,171.00 271.51 271.51 2,759.10 2,759.10 280.00 280.00 560.00 4,794.66 4,794.66 264.31 264.31 706.75 200.00 906.75 1,452.65 1,303.73 728.62 296.79 131.29 64.64 3,977.72 20,575.00 20,575.00 1,250.00 1,250.00 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198182 10/24/2019 019651 FOX, JAYME REIMB: RFRSHMNTS-LUCITY KICK-OFF 10/22 198183 10/24/2019 019710 FU, JIMMY PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: ECO DEV PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: ECO DEV 198184 10/24/2019 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 92 OFFICE SUPPLIES -PLANNING 198185 10/24/2019 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC Small tools, equipment:Bldg. & Safety SUPPLIES:TVM 198186 10/24/2019 007786 HILTON, MARIA REIMB: OCT RFRSHMNTS P/TS CMMSSN MTG 198187 10/24/2019 000863 1 P M A (INT'L PUBLIC MGMT, AGENCY MEMBERSHIP FEE: HR ASSOC FOR HR) 198188 10/24/2019 009135 IMPACT MARKETING & DESIGN PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: THEATER INC 198189 10/24/2019 020673 INTEGRITY SUPPORT PRE -EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS: HR SERVICES INC, EMPLOYMENT SCREENING RESO 198190 10/24/2019 019085 INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED INTERPRETER SVC: TEM SHERIFF INC 198191 10/24/2019 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL PUBLICATIONS-BLDG AND SAFETY 198192 10/24/2019 018352 JAMES ELLIOTT Contracted Temecula Presents Presenter ENTERTAINMENT 198193 10/24/2019 010598 LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES SEP GEOTECH PEER REVIEW:LEXUS INC GEOTECH SVCS PA19-0940 SOLANA 198194 10/24/2019 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDYAND SEP 19 LEGAL SVCS FORTE060-00001 WHITMORE 198195 10/24/2019 011145 LODATO JILL CHRISTINE, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS BRIGHT START FOR KIDS 198196 10/24/2019 014772 LOTA, RAYMOND A PHOTO BOOTH:HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL 10/25 Amount Paid Check Total 130.29 130.29 500.00 250.00 750.00 55.76 47.46 8.58 111.80 94.00 22.83 116.83 154.70 154.70 405.00 405.00 3,387.45 3,387.45 244.34 244.34 46.00 46.00 97.55 97.55 1,000.00 1,000.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 7,000.00 1,174.00 1,174.00 1,361.44 1,361.44 698.00 698.00 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 198197 10/24/2019 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA ATHACO INC 198198 10/24/2019 020907 MICHELLE MEDINA, DBA MICHELLE Q MEDINA (Continued) Description CITY STREET SIGNAGE: STREET MAINT CITY STREET SIGNAGE: STREET MAINT CITY STREET SIGNAGE: STREET MAINT TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198199 10/24/2019 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS ON TAPE:LIBRARY BOOKS ON TAPE:LIBRARY 198200 10/24/2019 016445 MKB PRINTING & BUSINESS CARDS: CHRISTINE DAMKO PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS 198201 10/24/2019 004040 MORAMARCO, ANTHONY J, TEMP TATTOO BOOTH:HALLOWEEN DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS CARNIVAL 198202 10/24/2019 001214 MORNINGSTAR PRODUCTIONS EQUIP RENTALS/SVCS: BATTLE OF LLC THE BANDS 198203 10/24/2019 000718 NATIONAL RECREATION PARK NRPA'19 CERTAPP FEE: ERICA ASSOC RUSSO 198204 10/24/2019 021121 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CTR MEDICAL SCREENINGS: HR OF CA, DBA CONCENTRA MEDICAL CTR 198205 10/24/2019 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR DIV OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR 198206 10/24/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEH REPAIR & MAINT: TCSD-PARK 198207 10/24/2019 000249 PETTY CASH PETTY CASH19 HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL 198208 10/24/2019 021026 QUESTICA LTD BUDGET REPORTS/PRJT MGNT:FINANCE 198209 10/24/2019 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL TRASH/DEBRIS CLEAN UP: CITY ROW MANAGEMENT TRASH CLEAN-UP: CITY ROW TRASH CLEAN-UP: CITY ROW TRASH CLEAN-UP: CITY ROW Amount Paid Check Total 9,249.04 1,645.50 59.26 680.40 630.00 588.00 128.91 39.34 96.55 350.00 845.00 270.00 206.00 100.39 237.06 126.54 109.80 8.59 42.19 1,500.00 300.00 5,193.00 4,976.00 4,728.00 2,612.00 10,953.80 1,898.40 168.25 96.55 350.00 845.00 270.00 206.00 582.38 42.19 1,500.00 300.00 17,509.00 Pages apChkLst 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 198210 10/24/2019 010777 RIVERSIDE CO EXECUTIVE OCT-DEC ANIMAL SHELTER 56,424.00 56,424.00 OFFICE OPERATIONS: TEM 198211 10/24/2019 000406 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFFS 7/18-8/14 LAW ENFORCEMENT 2,329,504.52 2,329,504.52 DEPT 198212 10/24/2019 004822 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY AUG TROLLEY SVC: 1,381.18 1,381.18 RIDERSHIP -ROUTE 55 198213 10/24/2019 021465 ROBINSON CALCAGNIE INC RELEASE CLAIMS AGREEMENT 50,000.00 50,000.00 PAYMENT 198214 10/24/2019 012251 ROTH, DONALD J TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 252.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 126.00 378.00 198215 10/24/2019 009980 SANBORN GWYNETH A, CO COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 10/19 738.00 738.00 TEMECULA MUSIC ACADEMY 198216 10/24/2019 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY: HEALTH FAIR 9/28 150.00 PRESTON PHOTOGRAPHY: CITY HALL 50.00 200.00 198217 10/24/2019 017113 SCHOLASTIC LIBRARY BOOKS: LIBRARY 1,555.22 1,555.22 PUBLISHING, 198218 10/24/2019 011511 SCUBA CENTER TEMECULA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 672.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 70.00 742.00 198219 10/24/2019 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERC 10/17 434.00 434.00 198220 10/24/2019 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW SIGNAGE:TCSD-SPECIAL EVENTS 395.37 SIGNAGE:TCSD-HLLWN DECOR CONTE; 112.90 508.27 198221 10/24/2019 017783 ST. NICHOLAS GREEK REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CC 10/12/19 200.00 200.00 ORTHODOX, CHURCH 198222 10/24/2019 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 254.83 OFFICE SUPPLIES: PD-MALL STOREFRC 249.17 OFFICE SUPPLIES: PD-MALL STOREFRC 127.50 OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 102.01 OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 76.57 OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 56.79 OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 55.51 OFFICE SUPPLIES: TEM POLICE 48.98 971.36 198223 10/24/2019 017814 STC TRAFFIC INC JUL FIBER OPTIC COMM SYS: PW18-05 1,790.00 1,790.00 198224 10/24/2019 006145 STENO SOLUTIONS TRANSCRIPTION SVCS: TEM POLICE 955.71 955.71 TRANSCRIPTION, SRVCS INC Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 198225 10/24/2019 009061 STURDIVANT, ANGELA P. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198226 10/24/2019 017295 TEMECULA PIZZA FACTORY, RFRSHMNTS: TCSD-RD-CRC DBA PF INDUSTRIES LLC AMPHITHEATER 198227 10/24/2019 019680 TEMECULA VALLEY KOREAN, REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT TCC 10/12/19 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 198228 10/24/2019 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS GRAPHIC DESIGN SVCS: THEATER 198229 10/24/2019 019291 TLK ICE, INC., DBA:KONA ICE RFRSHMNTS: TEAM PACE 9/19 TEMECULA VAL 198230 10/24/2019 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS AUG'19 IMPRV DISTRICT ASMNTS BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY 198231 10/24/2019 000161 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC EXECUTIME MAINT & SUPPORT EXECUTIME MAINT & SUPPORT 198232 10/24/2019 008558 VALLEY OF THE MIST REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 10/12/19 QUILTERS 198233 10/24/2019 014848 VALUTEC CARD SOLUTIONS SEPT'19 TICKETING SVCS: THEATER LLC 198234 10/24/2019 009194 VILLAGE NEWS, INC PUBLICATION:2019 SW VALLEY SOURCEBOOK 198235 10/24/2019 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L. DJ/ANNOUNCER SVCS:HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL 198236 10/24/2019 006248 WALKER, JESSICA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 198237 10/24/2019 007987 WALMART SUPPLIES: ACE-2NDSAT 10/12 198238 10/24/2019 000339 WEST PUBLISHING SEP CLEAR INFO: TEM POLICE CORPORATION, DBA:THOMSON REUTERS ANNUAL/MONTHLY FEES: ELSA WIGLE o 198239 10/24/2019 021442 WHOOSTER INC WEB ACCESS: TEM PD-POP/SET TEAMS 198240 10/24/2019 021024 YANES BLANCAA, DBA DE JUL CONSULT SVCS: PLANNING DEPT GANGE CONSULTING Amount Paid Check Total 252.00 252.00 300.86 300.86 200.00 200.00 3,480.00 3,480.00 375.00 375.00 149, 753.96 149, 753.96 1,137.50 218.75 1,356.25 120.00 120.00 135.66 135.66 715.00 715.00 500.00 500.00 367.50 367.50 108.89 108.89 893.00 155.62 1,048.62 2,500.00 2,500.00 6,803.00 6,803.00 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 198241 10/24/2019 016305 YONKER, JOHN 1002037 10/23/2019 021475 NAUERT, STEVE 1002038 10/23/2019 021470 LANNI, SANDRO 1002039 10/23/2019 021469 FRAZIER, SARA 1002040 10/23/2019 021468 ARIRI, MOSTAFA 1002041 10/23/2019 021464 KOSER, JOHN 1002042 10/23/2019 021471 MARTINEZ, JOSEANTONIO 1002043 10/23/2019 021474 THOMPSON, HOLLY (Continued) Description Amount Paid REIMB:UNIFORM SHIRTS 173.94 REFUND:ONLINE DUPL PMT.F19-3314 469.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT:INV#70194 39.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT:INV#70234 39.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT:INV#70137 39.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT ON INVOICE 39.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT ON INVOICE 190.00 REFUND:DUPL PMT ON INVOICE 251.60 Grand total for UNION BANK: Page: 8 Check Total 173.94 469.00 39.00 39.00 39.00 39.00 190.00 251.60 2,800,234.80 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 10/24/2019 9:50:57AM CITY OF TEMECULA 112 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 2,800,234.80 Page9 Item No. 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve City Treasurer's Report as of September 30, 2019 PREPARED BY: Rudy J. Graciano, Fiscal Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of September 30, 2019. BACKGROUND: Government Code Sections 53646 and 41004 require reports to the City Council regarding the City's investment portfolio, receipts, and disbursements respectively. Adequate funds will be available to meet budgeted and actual expenditures of the City for the next six months. Current market values are derived from the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) reports, Union Bank of California trust and custody statements, and from US Bank trust statements. Attached is the City Treasurer's Report that provides this information. The City's investment portfolio is in compliance with the statement of investment policy and Government Code Sections 53601 and 53635 as of September 30, 2019. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: City Treasurer's Report City of Temecula t 4714 Investments Portfolio Managment Treasury Report 41000 Main Street Management Temecula, CA -6430 Portfolio Mana g (951)6946430 Portfolio Summary September 30, 2019 Par Market Book % of Days to YTM YTM Value Value Value Portfolio Term Maturity 360 Equiv. 365 Equiv. Managed Pool Accounts 43,917,107.09 43,917,107.09 43,917,107.09 34.86 1 1 1.967 1.994 Retention Escrow Account 782,804.89 782,804.89 782,804.89 0.62 1 1 0.061 0.062 Letter of Credit 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 1 1 0.000 0.000 Trust Accounts 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 7.91 1 1 6.628 6.720 Local Agency Investment Funds 46,299,884.83 46,375,947.07 46,299,884.83 36.76 1 1 2.249 2.280 Federal Agency Callable Securities 18,000,000.00 18,001,860.00 18,000,000.00 14.29 1,294 393 1.795 1.820 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 7,000,000.00 7,067,480.00 7,000,000.00 5.56 979 417 2.252 2.283 125,968,095.82 126,113,498.06 125,968,095.82 100.00% 240 80 2.419 2.452 Investments Cash Passbook/Checking (not included in yield calculations) Total Cash and Investments 10,349,814.32 10,349,814.32 10, 349, 814.32 136, 317, 910.14 136, 463, 312.38 136, 317, 910.14 Total Earnings September 30 Month Ending Fiscal Year To Date Current Year 256,107.72 758,883.88 Average Daily Balance 137,529,929.29 141,774,002.98 Effective Rate of Return 2.27% 2.12% 1 1 0.000 0.000 240 80 2.419 2.452 Reporting period 09/01/2019-09/30/2019 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:03 NIL! CP Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:03 PM (PRF_PM1) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Page 1 Portfolio Details - Investments September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 233358001-6 01-2 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 11,181.77 11,181.77 11,181.77 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 233358006-6 01-2 REF RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 504,036.76 504,036.76 504,036.76 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 233358000-6 01-2 REF ST First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 87,718.16 87,718.16 87,718.16 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213009-6 03-02 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213008-6 03-02 IMPR First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 418,747.77 418,747.77 418,747.77 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213006-6 03-02 RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 743,037.10 743,037.10 743,037.10 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 164741002-6 03-03 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 164741008-6 03-03IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 264,998.45 264,998.45 264,998.45 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 164741006-6 03-03RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 405.34 405.34 405.34 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 164741000-6 03-03SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 196,784.70 196,784.70 196,784.70 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 164742002-6 03-06 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.630 1.608 1.630 1 164742000-6 03-06SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 2,670.11 2,670.11 2,670.11 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 229462007-6 03-1 2012 RF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 3.78 3.78 3.78 1.850 1.825 1.850 1 229462002--6 03-1 BOND FD First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 2,173.30 2,173.30 2,173.30 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 229462009-6 03-1 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 229462006-6 03-1 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 17,441.61 17,441.61 17,441.61 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 229462000-6 03-1 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 117,503.47 117,503.47 117,503.47 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 94669921-6 03-1ACQ11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 94669911-6 03-1ACQA11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669917-6 03-1 RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669916-6 03-1 RESB11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669000-6 03-1 SPTAX11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213002-6 03-2 REFU First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 16,957.05 16,957.05 16,957.05 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213000-6 03-2 SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 48,868.48 48,868.48 48,868.48 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 94686001-6 03-4ADMIN11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 529.01 529.01 529.01 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 94686005-6 03-4PREP11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 13.53 13.53 13.53 1.770 1.746 1.770 1 94686000-6 03-4RED11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 101,327.34 101,327.34 101,327.34 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 94686006-6 03-4RES11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 21,558.90 21,558.90 21,558.90 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213022-6 16-01 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 68,712.60 68,712.60 68,712.60 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213023-6 16-01 CAPINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 276213029-6 16-01 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213028-6 16-01 IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 6,660,350.90 6,660,350.90 6,660,350.90 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213026-6 16-01 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 3,158,562.45 3,158,562.45 3,158,562.45 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 276213020-6 16-01 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 178,080.52 178,080.52 178,080.52 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 218848001-6 2017A&B INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 1,001.65 1,001.65 1,001.65 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 218848008-6 2017ABPRIORP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 17,728.19 17,728.19 17,728.19 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 218848013-2 2017B COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848000-6 2017B DS First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 7,241.80 7,241.80 7,241.80 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 NL! CP Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Page 2 Portfolio Details - Investments September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 218848002-6 2017B PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 401.65 401.65 401.66 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 218848009-6 2017B_PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 12,999,029.50 12,999,029.50 12,999,029.50 1.790 1.765 1.790 1 233358009-6 233358009-6 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-6 RDA-021NT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434161-6 RDA-02PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886000-6 RDA-06AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886001-6 RDA06APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886010-6 RDA06BINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886011-6 RDA06BPRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.680 0.671 0.680 1 107886016-6 RDA06BRES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886020-6 RDA071NT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886021-6 RDA07PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.930 0.917 0.930 1 107886028-6 RDA07PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886026-6 RDA07RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 136343008-6 RDA10APROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343018-6 RDA10BPROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343000-6 RDA10INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343001-6 RDA10PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343006-6 RDA10RSRV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 146161000-6 RDA11AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 146161001-6 RDA11APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669902-3 03-1 BOND3 First American Treasury 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-1 RDA 02 INT1 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 94434161-2 RDA 02 PRIN2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 136343018-2 RDA 10B CIP2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 146161008-3 RDA11APROJ Federated Institutional Tax Fr 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.800 0.789 0.800 1 146161006-3 RDA11ARSRV Federated Institutional Tax Fr 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669921-5 03-01 ACQ11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669911-5 03-01 ACQA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-5 03-01 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669906-5 03-01 RESA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.001 0.001 0.001 1 94669916-5 03-01 RESB11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669000-5 03-01SPTAX11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 164742006-5 03-06 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 164742000-5 03-06 SPEC Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669902-5 03-1bond fd Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94686001-5 03-4 ADMIN11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94686005-5 03-4 PREP11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 NL! CP Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Page 3 Portfolio Details - Investments September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 94686006-5 03-4 RES11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-1 03-01-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 276213008-1 03-02 IMP CA Local Agency Investment Fun 15,650,513.50 15,650,513.50 15,650,513.50 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 164742006-1 03-06 RES-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 323,857.60 323,857.60 323,857.60 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 229462007-1 03-1 2012 RE CA Local Agency Investment Fun 794,482.86 794,482.86 794,482.86 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 94669911-1 03-1 ACQ A2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 94669921-1 03-1 ACQ B2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 744727011-1 03-3 ACQ 2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 164741006-1 0303-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 1,500,751.92 1,500,751.92 1,500,751.92 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 107886028-1 RDA 07 PRO-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 107886026-1 RDA 07 RES-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 136343018-1 RDA 10B CIP1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 229462020-0 03-01 CASH USBANK 435.32 435.32 435.32 0.000 0.000 1 233358050-1 01-2 SPECESC U.S. Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.360 0.355 0.360 1 Subtotal and Average 44,314,899.77 43,917,107.09 43,917,107.09 43,917,107.09 1.967 1.994 1 Retention Escrow Account NOBEL COMPANY Nobel Comp Banner Bank 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 PACIFIC PREMIER 20190607-882 PACIFIC PREMIER 08/01/2019 12,240.59 12,240.59 12,240.59 0.000 0.000 1 218848050-0 2002 ESCROW USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848060-0 2006AESCRO USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848070-0 2006BESCRO USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848080-0 2007ESCROW USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 229462020-2 03-01 ESCROW U.S. Treasury 770,564.30 770,564.30 770,564.30 0.063 0.062 0.063 1 Subtotal and Average 788,350.82 782,804.89 782,804.89 782,804.89 0.061 0.062 1 Letter of Credit 218848006-1 2017B RESER ASSURED GUARANTY MUNICIPAL COR 07/01/2019 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 233358006-1 01-2 REFRESI ASSURANCE CO BOND INSURANCE 07/01/2019 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 Subtotal and Average 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.000 0.000 1 Trust Accounts 6746058700 PARS Pension US Bank Trust Subtotal and Average 9,905,142.09 Local Agency Investment Funds SYSCITY CITY CA Local Agency Investment Fun SYSRDA RDA CA Local Agency Investment Fun Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 6.720 6.628 6.720 1 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 9,968,297.01 6.628 6.720 1 21,624,746.22 21,660,271.72 21,624,746.22 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 1,842.24 1,845.27 1,842.24 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 Portfolio TEME NL! CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 CUSIP Investment # Local Agency Investment Funds SYSTCSD TCSD CA Local Agency Investment Fun Subtotal and Average 46,299,884.83 Federal Agency Callable Securities 3130A4G89 01207 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/24/2015 3130AAME5 01226 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/30/2017 3130AANA2 01227 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/30/2017 3130AB3N4 01231 Federal Home Loan Bank 04/28/2017 3130ABYY6 01235 Federal Home Loan Bank 08/24/2017 3130ACN83 01238 Federal Home Loan Bank 10/30/2017 3130ADFV9 01241 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/29/2018 3130AFD38 01248 Federal Home Loan Bank 11/27/2018 3134G8PP8 01220 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/30/2016 3134GBAB8 01229 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/27/2017 3134GBGZ9 01232 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 04/27/2017 3134GBNK4 01234 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 05/30/2017 3134GBL42 01237 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 09/28/2017 3134GBR95 01239 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 10/30/2017 3134GSMF9 01246 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 05/30/2018 3136G2WT0 01216 Federal National Mtg Assn 01/27/2016 3136G2XH5 01217 Federal National Mtg Assn 02/24/2016 3136G3CL7 01218 Federal National Mtg Assn 03/24/2016 3136G3TE5 01221 Federal National Mtg Assn 06/29/2016 Subtotal and Average 18,766,666.67 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 3133EGJ30 01225 Federal Farm Credit Bank 11/18/2016 3133EJT74 01249 Federal Farm Credit Bank 11/15/2018 3130ADEB4 01240 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/12/2018 3130ADR79 01243 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/20/2018 3130ADSJ2 01244 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/08/2018 3130ADXUl 01245 Federal Home Loan Bank 04/09/2018 3135GOU92 01250 Federal National Mtg Assn 01/11/2019 Subtotal and Average 7,000,000.00 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value 24,673,296.37 24,713,830.08 46,299,884.83 46,375,947.07 Page 4 Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date 24,673,296.37 2.280 2.249 2.280 1 46,299,884.83 2.249 2.280 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.650 1.627 1.650 24 09/24/2019 1,000,000.00 1,000,190.00 1,000,000.00 2.020 1.948 1.975 847 01/25/2022 1,000,000.00 999,350.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 303 07/30/2020 1,000,000.00 999,770.00 1,000,000.00 1.550 1.529 1.550 28 10/29/2019 1,000,000.00 999,200.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 512 02/24/2021 1,000,000.00 998,740.00 1,000,000.00 1.700 1.677 1.700 227 05/15/2020 1,000,000.00 1,000,080.00 1,000,000.00 2.250 2.219 2.250 486 01/29/2021 1,000,000.00 1,001,320.00 1,000,000.00 3.000 2.959 3.000 423 11/27/2020 1,000,000.00 996,360.00 1,000,000.00 1.500 1.661 1.684 365 09/30/2020 1,000,000.00 998,920.00 1,000,000.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 178 03/27/2020 1,000,000.00 1,007,150.00 1,000,000.00 2.000 1.964 1.991 849 01/27/2022 1,000,000.00 998,330.00 1,000,000.00 1.625 1.603 1.625 241 05/29/2020 1,000,000.00 998,320.00 1,000,000.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 363 09/28/2020 1,000,000.00 999,700.00 1,000,000.00 1.625 1.603 1.625 29 10/30/2019 1,000,000.00 1,018,050.00 1,000,000.00 3.000 2.959 3.000 1,333 05/26/2023 1,000,000.00 998,440.00 1,000,000.00 1.450 1.430 1.450 118 01/27/2020 1,000,000.00 997,950.00 1,000,000.00 1.400 1.381 1.400 146 02/24/2020 1,000,000.00 994,900.00 1,000,000.00 1.420 1.401 1.420 359 09/24/2020 1,000,000.00 995,090.00 1,000,000.00 1.250 1.233 1.250 272 06/29/2020 18,000,000.00 18,001,860.00 18,000,000.00 1.795 1.820 393 1,000,000.00 998,980.00 1,000,000.00 1.100 1.085 1.100 48 11/18/2019 1,000,000.00 1,028,720.00 1,000,000.00 3.050 3.008 3.050 776 11/15/2021 1,000,000.00 1,004,310.00 1,000,000.00 2.125 2.096 2.125 469 01/12/2021 1,000,000.00 1,002,180.00 1,000,000.00 2.300 2.268 2.300 171 03/20/2020 1,000,000.00 1,010,680.00 1,000,000.00 2.460 2.426 2.460 524 03/08/2021 1,000,000.00 1,001,250.00 1,000,000.00 2.320 2.288 2.320 100 01/09/2020 1,000,000.00 1,021,360.00 1,000,000.00 2.625 2.589 2.625 833 01/11/2022 7,000,000.00 7,067,480.00 7,000,000.00 2.252 2.283 417 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 NL! CP Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Page 5 Portfolio Details - Investments September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Stated YTM YTM Days to CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Total and Average 137,529,929.29 125,968,095.82 126,113,498.06 125,968,095.82 2.419 2.452 80 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 NL! CP Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Page 6 Portfolio Details - Cash September 30, 2019 Average Purchas Stated YTM YTM Days to CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance a Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Passbook/Checking Accounts 1453718479 WORKERS BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNC 07/01/2019 14,114.87 14,114.87 14,114.87 0.000 0.000 1 SYSPetty Cash Petty Cash City of Temecula 07/01/2019 3,911.00 3,911.00 3,911.00 0.000 0.000 1 SYSGen Ck Acct Gen Ck Acct Union Bank of California 10,325,272.45 10,325,272.45 10,325,272.45 0.000 0.000 1 SYSParking Ck PARKING CITA Union Bank of California 07/01/2019 6,516.00 6,516.00 6,516.00 0.000 0.000 1 Average Balance 0.00 1 Total Cash and Investments 137,529,929.29 Data Updated: SET_MTH: 10/23/2019 09:05 Run Date: 10/23/2019 - 09:05 136,317,910.14 136,463,312.38 136,317,910.14 2.419 2.452 80 Portfolio TEME NL! CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Cash and Investments Report CITY OF TEMECULA Through September 2019 Fund # Fund Name Beginning Balance Receipts Disbursements Fund Total 001 GENERAL FUND $ 32,611,288.25 $ 7,059,302.42 $ 7,300,818.95 $ 32,369,771.72 002 MEASURE S FUND 6,575,823.04 2,295,210.27 4,476,765.49 4,394,267.82 100 STATE GAS TAX FUND 389,654.05 - 15.08 389,638.97 102 RMRA-ROAD MAINTENANCE REHABILITATION ACT 1,484,671.81 178,714.77 64.39 1,663,322.19 103 STREETS MAINTENANCE FUND 1,411,008.60 375,000.00 69.14 1,785,939.46 120 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUND 4,459,785.21 14,150.36 173.19 4,473,762.38 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 316,414.69 16.13 312.19 316,118.63 145 TEMECULA ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSET TEAM 193,848.81 - 7.50 193,841.31 150 AB 2766 FUND 224,854.18 8.70 224,845.48 160 SUPPLEMENTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES 52.39 - 52.39 161 TEMECULA MAJOR CRIMES REWARD FUND 26,500.71 1.03 26,499.68 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 798,454.67 - 45,029.48 753,425.19 170 MEASURE A FUND 4,647,727.53 260,272.65 31,491.28 4,876,508.90 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT - 2,186,583.52 787,480.38 1,399,103.14 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 168,639.18 4,734.82 163,904.36 195 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "R" STREET/ROAD MAINT 20,251.17 - 2,800.68 17,450.49 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 385,012.85 427.50 20,352.42 365,087.93 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 207,046.67 239,158.72 28,481.95 417,723.44 198 PUBLIC ART 23,956.42 134.36 0.93 24,089.85 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND 16,730,009.08 2,704,293.12 2,567,623.52 16,866,678.68 275 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK IMPROVEMENT FUND 264,545.29 453.16 - 264,998.45 277 CFD-RORIPAUGH 16,208,978.88 716.08 5.44 16,209,689.52 278 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 6,648,961.39 11,389.51 - 6,660,350.90 300 INSURANCE FUND 311,578.24 108.08 45,240.10 266,446.22 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 1,940,635.24 - 6,947.06 1,933,688.18 310 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FUND 2,874,820.94 125,000.00 1,000,838.63 1,998,982.31 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 472,091.04 41,061.21 269,939.24 243,213.01 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 1,256,956.74 125,000.00 25,973.50 1,355,983.24 335 CENTRAL SERVICES 349,124.84 - 17,841.70 331,283.14 340 FACILITIES 454,172.87 - 97,145.09 357,027.78 350 FACILITY REPLACEMENT FUND 100,234.06 125,000.00 77.12 225,156.94 380 SARDA DEBT SERVICE FUND 13,444,301.10 162,005.19 278,985.22 13,327,321.07 381 REDEVELOPMEN PROPERTY TAX TRUST 1,672,771.63 - 76.44 1,672,695.19 460 CFD 88-12 DEBT SERVICE FUND 92,941.17 - 3.60 92,937.57 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 1,384,706.21 2,294.07 738,977.86 648,022.42 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 2,405,561.57 2,153.59 657,966.87 1,749,748.29 474 AD 03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 182,802.23 300.23 52,533.96 130,568.50 475 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 3,503,083.60 2,766.49 1,421,093.38 2,084,756.71 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 612,264.81 404.11 234,034.46 378,634.46 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,403,183.02 2,318.33 547,423.39 858,077.96 478 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 5,312,196.03 9,024.69 1,872,487.24 3,448,733.48 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 9,041.65 0.12 3,879.02 5,162.75 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 91,040.76 - 2,827.87 88,212.89 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 34,139.95 5,528.83 28,611.12 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 2,996.22 592.99 2,403.23 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 23,738.50 2,898.13 20,840.37 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 30,731.92 1,492.38 29,239.54 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 2,322.38 - 1,205.91 1,116.47 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 89,979.76 2,745.55 10,903.25 81,822.06 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 26,595.12 - 249.30 26,345.82 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 11,645.17 1,644.07 10,001.10 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 2,626.03 170.57 2,455.46 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 98,971.05 7,473.77 91,497.28 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP 20,819.75 2,539.50 18,280.25 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 6,702.61 1,063.01 5,639.60 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 6,540.61 624.45 5,916.16 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 51,123.45 2,073.18 49,050.27 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 1,263.33 142.97 1,120.36 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 45,032.85 7,421.12 37,611.73 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 88,902.94 3,982.77 84,920.17 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 191,911.93 11,213.15 180,698.78 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 220,012.34 17,484.95 202,527.39 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 6,573.87 338.48 6,235.39 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 17,540.18 628.65 16,911.53 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 54,396.76 20,751.49 33,645.27 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 57,342.10 3,563.33 53,778.77 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 982.48 154.88 827.60 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 7,826.48 1,045.37 6,781.11 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 429,931.56 23,451.78 406,479.78 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 1,351.32 176.39 1,174.93 530 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 30 FUTURE ZONES 35,362.21 - 1.37 35,360.84 701 PENSION RATE STABILIZATION FUND $ 9,902,964.33 65,332.68 - $ 9,968,297.01 Grand Total: $ 143,141,319.82 $ 15,991,336.91 $ 22,669,344.35 $ 136,463,312.38 Item No. 5 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 19-15 Amending City Park Hours (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-15 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 12.04.190 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CITY PARK HOURS BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 19-15 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of October 22, 2019. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 19-15 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 12.04.190 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CITY PARK HOURS THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Section 12.04.190 (City park hours.) of Chapter 12.04 (Park and Recreation Area Use Regulations of Title 12 (Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places) is hereby amended in its entirety to read as follows: "12.04.190 City park hours. A. No person shall be in or remain in any city park, other than a community park, between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. of the following day without permission of the director. The provisions of Sections 12.04.250 and 12.04.260 shall govern the granting or denial of such permission. B. Except as otherwise set forth in this Section, no person shall be in or remain in any community park between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. of the following day without permission of the director. The provisions of Sections 12.04.250 and 12.04.260 shall govern the granting or denial of such permission. The following parks are designated as community parks for purposes of this subsection: • Harveston Community Park • Margarita Community Park • Pala Community Park • Paloma Del Sol Park • Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park • Any other parks that are designated as community parks by City Council resolution. C. No person shall be in or remain in the Ronald Reagan Sports Park, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 8 a.m., or Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., without the permission of the director. The provisions of Sections 12.04.250 and 12.04.260 shall govern the granting or denial of such permission. D. No person shall be in or remain in the Redhawk Community Park, Monday through Sunday, between the hours of 9 p.m. and 8 a.m., without the permission of the director. The provisions of Sections 12.04.250 and 12.04.260 shall govern the granting or denial of such permission." Section 2. The proposed Code Amendment is exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") and the City's CEQA Guidelines pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the proposed Code Amendment, revising park hours will have a significant effect on the environment. Section 3. Severability. If any provision, clause, sentence or paragraph of this Ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstances shall be held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the other provisions of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. Section 4. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause the same to be published or posted in the manner required by law. Section 5. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after passage. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 12th day of November, 2019. ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Michael S. Naggar, Mayor FA STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 19-15 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 22" d day of October, 2019, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 12th day of November, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 6 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Isaac Garibay, Human Resources Manager DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Amended Salary Schedules to Reflect Administrative Adjustments to the City's Classification System and Comply with State Minimum Wage Mandates PREPARED BY: Isaac Garibay, Human Resources Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve amended salary schedules reflecting administrative adjustments to the City's Classification System and comply with state minimum wage mandates. BACKGROUND: With an increasing demand for services throughout the City, there is a need to shift the City's labor force to meet those demands. Specifically, there has been an increase in demand for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance throughout City facilities, and for general multimedia services in several departments. As a result, the City has administratively updated its Classification System to include the following classifications: • Lead Maintenance Worker (HVAC) • Multimedia Coordinator • Multimedia Specialist II • Multimedia Specialist I • Multimedia Assistant It is important to note that adding classifications to the Classification System does not automatically equate to an increase in staffing levels nor personnel expenditures; rather, it provides options for staffing levels that may better fit the City's needs at any given time. In order to comply with the California Code of Regulations (2 C.C.R. § 570.5), salary ranges are being recommended for each of these classifications in the attached Salary Schedules. The salary ranges being recommended are based on labor market norms and internal equity. Two additional administrative amendments to the Salary Schedules are also being recommended. Those include removing salary ranges no longer in use (i.e. "y-rate" ranges), and adjusting wage calculation rounding from four -digit decimal places to two -digit decimal places, which will better position the City to transition to its upgraded financial system next year. Finally, in 2016, the State of California issued a Minimum Wage Order (MW-2017), which mandates that all employers, including the City of Temecula, pay employees hourly wages not less than $13.00 per hour beginning January 1, 2020. As a result, those pay ranges that fall below $13.00 per hour were studied along with related job classifications to bring all pay ranges into compliance while maintaining internal equity differentials within each classification family. Salary range adjustments are being recommended for the following classifications: • Intern • Recreation Assistant • Recreation Leader The recommended adjustments only affect Project employees. No salary or benefit adjustments are being recommended for any Regular, benefited positions, including Executive staff, Mid Management staff, or staff represented by Teamsters Local 911. FISCAL IMPACT: It is difficult to predict the exact fiscal impact of project employment wages due to the nature of the work. Project employment positions have high turnover because they are temporary in nature. Employees often leave project positions for full-time, benefitted opportunities, and sometimes the positions are seasonal by design (e.g. recreation positions). It is also unlikely that all current project positions will stay filled at their current levels for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2019-2020; however, assuming the current staffing levels, the maximum Citywide fiscal impact for both administrative amendments and minimum wage adjustments would be $41,000. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Salary Schedule effective November 12, 2019 2. Salary Schedule effective January 1, 2020 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps W MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 ' r 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 ADMINISTRATIVE Executive Assistant 4 951-004 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Senior Administrative Assistant 4 952-004 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 Administrative Assistant 3 953-003 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 45,984.74 1 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 Senior Office Specialist 2 954-002 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 Office Specialist II 1 955-001 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 3,304.3747 3,386.9841 3,471.6587 3,558.4502 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8632 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1171 4,668.9950 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 Office Specialist 1 956-001 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 1 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 Office Aide II1 1 957-001 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 Office Aide 11 1 958-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Office Aide 1 959-001 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 27,378.68 1 28,063.15 1 28,764.73 1 29,483.85 1 30,220.94 1 30,976.47 1 31,750.88 1 32,544.65 1 33,358.27 1 34,192.22 35,047.03 1 35,923.20 1 36,821.28 1 37,741.82 1 38,685.36 ANALYST Principal Management Analyst 7 901-007 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Senior Management Analyst 6 902-006 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 Management Analyst 5 903-005 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 1 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 1 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Management Assistant 4 904-004 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 Management Aide 111 3 905-003 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 Management Aide ll 2 906-002 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 Management Aide l 1 907-001 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 Intern 1 908-001 12.5286 12.8418 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 2,171.6187 2,225.9092 2,281.5569 2,338.5959 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9066 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 26,059.42 26,710.91 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 Page 1 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r r 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Director of Community Development 8 300-008 65.5240 67.1621 1116112 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.482 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- BUILDING & SAFETY Building Official 7 331-007 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Field Supervisor - Building 4 330-004 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Plan Checker 4 308-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 1 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Senior Building Inspector 3 332-003 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 Building Inspector ll 2 333-002 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Building Inspector ) 1 334-001 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- CODE ENFORCEMENT Will IF Field Supervisor- Code Enforcement 4 343-004 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Senior Code Enforcement Officer 3 340-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Code Enforcement Officerll 2 341-002 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 75,351.35 Code Enforcement Officer) 1 342-001 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- PLANNING Planning Manager 7 301-007 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Principal Planner 6 302-006 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Senior Planner 5 303-005 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 1 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 Associate Plannerll 4 304-004 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Associate Planner) 3 305-003 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 Assistant Planner 2 306-002 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 81,145.16 Planning Technician 1 307-001 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 1,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 Page 2 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Class Family/Title Level Class Code =I r r r r COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - SERVICES CommDev Processing Supervisor 4 320-004 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Senior CommDev Services Technician 3 321-003 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 CommDev Services Technician 11 2 322-002 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 CommDev Services Technician l 1 323-001 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 CITY CLERK Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk 8 500-008 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14,538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Deputy City Clerk 7 501-007 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Records Manager 6 510-006 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Records Supervisor 4 511-004 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Senior Records Coordinator 3 512-003 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 Records Coordinator 2 513-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 1 45,984.74 1 47,134.36 1 48,312.72 1 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 1 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 Records Technician 1 514-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,5 386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.061 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 CITY MANAGER City Manager (per Employment Contract) 8 100-009 118.20 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20,488.58 245,863.00 Assistant City Manager 8 101-008 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 97.2708 99.7025 102.1951 104.7500 12,849.9632 13,171.2123 13,500.4926 13,838.0049 14,183.9550 14,538.5539 14,902.0177 15,274.5682 15,656.4324 16,047.8432 16,449.0392 16,860.2652 17,281.7719 17,713.8162 18,156.6616 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 197,388.47 202,323.18 207,381.26 212,565.79 217,879.94 Deputy City Manager 7 102-007 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 11,641.4324 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 12,536.5495 12,849.9632 13,171.2123 13,500.4926 13,838.0049 14,183.9550 14,538.5539 14,902.0177 15,274.5682 15,656.4324 16,047.8432 16,449.0393 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 1 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 1 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 197,388.47 Assistant to the City Manager 6 103-007 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 1.1,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Economic Development Manager 5 120-005 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 Video Production Specialist 3 130-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Page 3 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r r 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES Director of Community Services 8 600-008 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 Asst Director of Community Services 7 601-007 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Community Services Superintendent 6 602-006 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 1 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 1 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 1 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Community Services Manager 5 603-005 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 1 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 Community Services Supervisorll 4 610-004 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Community Services Supervisor 4 611-004 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Community Services Coordinator11 3 612-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 Community Services Coordinator 3 613-003 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.23 32.0190 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9950 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.602781 5,549.9678 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 Community Services Specialist II 2 614-002 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 47,134.36 1 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 Community Services Specialist 1 2 615-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 Community Services Assistant 1 616-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 Senior Recreation Leader 1 617-001 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 1 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Recreation Leader 1 618-001 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 2,397.0607 2,456.9872 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 Recreation Assistant 1 619-001 12.5286 12.8418 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 2,171.6187 2,225.9092 2,281.5569 2,338.5959 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9066 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 26,059.42 26,710.91 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 1 32,544.65 1 33,358.27 COMMUNITY SERVICES - AQUATICS Aquatics Supervisorll 4 620-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Aquatics Supervisor 4 621-004 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Aquatics Coordinator 3 622-003 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 Lead Lifeguard 2 623-002 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Senior Lifeguard 1 624-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 1 39,652.50 Page 4 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 I Class Family/Title Level Class Code Salary Steps r 6.5 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 Lifeguard 1 625-001 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 Water Safety Instructor 1 626-001 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 COMMUNITY SERVICES - DAY CAMP Day Camp Director 1 654-001 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8630 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 Assistant Day Camp Director 1 655-001 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 COMMUNITY SERVICES - PARK RANGERS Supervising Park Ranger 4 630-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Park Rangerlll 3 631-003 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Park Rangerll 2 632-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 68,264.60 Park Ranger) 1 633-001 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 COMMUNITY SERVICES - THEATER Theater Technical Coordinator)) 3 640-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Theater Technical Coordinator) 3 641-003 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9950 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 Theater Technical Specialist II 2 642-002 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 60,335.96 Theater Technical Specialist) 2 643-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 Theater Technical Assistant 1 644-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 FINANCE 11 Director of Finance 8 200-008 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 Assistant Director of Finance 7 201-007 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 Fiscal Services Manager 6 202-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 L 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 1 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 1 96,456.10 1 98,867.50 1 101,339.19 1 103,872.67 1 106,469.48 1 109,131.22 1 111,859.50 1 114,655.99 1 117,522.39 1 120,460.45 1 123,471.96 1 126,558.76 1 129,722.73 Page 5 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code FINANCE -ACCOUNTING Sen ior Accountant 4 240-004 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 Accountant ll 3 241-003 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 Accountant) 3 242-003 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 81,145.16 1 83,173.79 1 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 89,569.08 1 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 1 96,456.10 98,867.50 Page 6 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 I Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 7.5 8.0 FINANCE - ACCOUNTING SUPPORT Accounting Support Supervisor 4 250-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Senior Accounting Technician 3 251-003 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 Accounting Technician)) 2 252-002 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Accounting Technician) 2 253-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Accounting Assistant 1 254-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Cashier 1 230-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 FINANCE - BUSINESS LICENSE Business License Supervisor 4 260-004 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 Senior Business License Technician 3 261-003 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Business License Technician 2 262-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 69,971.22 Business License Assistant 1 263-001 23.8079 24.4031 25 .01 32 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 FINANCE - PAYROLL Payroll Manager 5 220-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Payroll Administrator 4 222-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Payroll Supervisor 4 221-004 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 1 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 Senior Payroll Coordinator 3 223-003 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 6,931.1491 7,104.4279 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.13 Payroll Coordinator 2 224-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Payroll Technician 1 225-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 1 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 Page 7 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 I Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 r 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 FINANCE - PURCHASING Purchasing Manager 5 203-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Purchasing Supervisor 4 204-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 Senior Buyer 3 205-003 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Buyer ll 2 207-002 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 Buyer) 2 206-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Purchasing Assistant 1 208-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 FIRE Field Supervisor - Fire 4 353-004 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 Senior Fire Inspector 4 350-003 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Fire Inspector ll 2 351-002 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 83,173.79 1 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 1 89,569.08 1 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 96,456.10 1 98,867.50 1 101,339.19 1 103,872.67 106,469.48 Fire Inspector ) 1 352-001 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 HUMAN RESOURCES Director ofHR/Risk Management 8 800-008 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14,538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Asst Director of HR/Risk Management 7 801-007 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 HR Manager 6 802-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 1 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 1 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 Risk Manager 6 803-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 10,289.3299 10,546.5631 10,810.2272 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 HR Supervisor 4 804-004 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Senior HR Technician 3 805-003 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 1 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 HR Technician ll 2 806-002 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 HR Technician) 2 807-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 HR Assistant 1 808-001 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 48,312.72 1 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 1 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 68,264.60 Page 8 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 7.5 8.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director ofIT/Support Services 8 700-008 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14,538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Asst Director of IT/Support Services 7 701-007 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 IT Manager 6 702-006 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 98,867.50 1 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 1 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 1 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 IT Administrator 5 703-005 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 10,289.3299 10,546.5632 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 IT Supervisor 4 704-004 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 Senior IT Specialist 3 705-003 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9591 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 IT Specialist11 2 706-002 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 IT Specialist 1 2 707-002 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 ITTechnician ll 1 708-001 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 73,513.51 IT Technician 1 709-001 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 PUBLIC WORKS Director ofPW/City Engineer 8 400-008 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 97.2708 99.7025 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 16,449.0392 16,860.2652 17,281.7718 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 197,388.47 202,323.18 207,381.26 PUBLIC WORKS - CUSTODIAL Custodian 11(Y-Rate) 2 460-402 16.5044 16.9133 17.3378 17.7704 18.2185 18.6746 19.1386 19.6181 20.1057 20.6088 21.1279 2,860.7600 2,931.6400 3,005.2200 3,080.2000 3,157.8700 3,236.9300 3,317.3500 3,400.4700 3,484.9800 3,572.1900 3,662.1700 34,329.12 35,179.68 36,062.64 36,962.40 37,894.44 38,843.16 39,808.20 40,805.64 41,819.76 42,866.28 43,946.04 Custodian ll 2 460-002 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Custodian 1 461-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 30,976.47 1 31,750.88 1 32,544.65 1 33,358.27 1 34,192.22 1 35,047.03 1 35,923.20 1 36,821.28 1 37,741.82 1 38,685.36 1 39,652.50 Page 9 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING Engineering Manager 7 401-007 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14,538.5538 14,902.0176 126, 558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 146, 769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170, 207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Principal Civil Engineer 6 402-006 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114, 655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126, 558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 146, 769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Senior Civil Engineer 5 403-005 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 1 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114, 655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 1 123,471.96 126, 558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 1 139, 697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Associate Civil Engineer 4 404-004 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Associate Engineerll 4 405-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Associate Engineer) 3 406-003 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 79,166.01 1 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 1 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 Assistant Engineerll 2 407-002 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Assistant Engineer) 2 408-002 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Engineering Technicianll 1 409-001 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Engineering Technician) 1 410-001 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 PUBLIC WORKS - INSPECTIONS Construction Manager 4 415-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Supervising PW Inspector 4 420-004 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Senior PW Inspector(Y-Rate) 3 421-403 32.2230 33.0245 33.8500 34.6994 35.5640 36.4527 37.3650 38.3007 39.2599 40.2426 41.2493 5,585.2400 5,724.8700 5,868.0000 6,014.7000 6,165.0700 6,319.2000 6,477.1800 6,639.1000 6,805.0800 6,975.2100 7,149.5900 67,023.01 68,690.96 70,408.00 72,174.75 1 73,973.12 75,821.62 77,719.20 79,665.46 81,660.59 1 83,704.61 85,798.54 Senior PW Inspector 3 421-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 PW Inspectorll 2 422-002 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 PW Inspector) 1 423-001 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 1 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 PUBLIC WORKS - MAINTENANCE Maintenance Manager 7 430-007 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Maintenance Superintendent 6 431-006 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 Page 10 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 r 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 PUBLIC WORKS -LANDSCAPE Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 5 443-005 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Field Supervisor - Landscape 4 444-004 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Senior Landscape Inspector 3 440-003 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 1 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Landscape Inspector ll 2 441-002 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Landscape Inspector ) 1 442-001 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 PUBLIC WORKS - STREETS/PARKS Maintenance Supervisor - Streets/Parks 5 432-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Field Supervisor - Streets/Parks 4 433-004 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Lead Maintenance Worker - Streets/Parks 3 434-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 1 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Maintenance Worker II - Streets/Parks 2 435.002 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 Maintenance WorkerI- Streets/Parks 1 436-001 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 PUBLIC WORKS- FACILITIES Maintenance Supervisor - Facilities 5 432-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Field Supervisor - Facilities 4 472-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Lead Maintenance Worker -HVAC 3 484-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 1 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Lead Maintenance Worker -Facilities 3 473-003 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Maintenance Worked) - Facilities 2 474-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 Maintenance WorkerI- Facilities 1 475-001 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 1 49,520.53 1 50,758.55 1 52,027.51 1 53,328.20 1 54,661.40 1 56,027.94 1 57,428.64 1 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 1 61,844.36 Page 11 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 r 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 PUBLIC WORKS -TRAFFIC SIGNALS Maintenance Supervisor - Signals 5 453-005 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Field Supervisor - Signals 4 454-004 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Senior Signal Technician 3 450-003 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 1 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Signal Technician)) 2 451-002 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 Signal Technician) 2 452-002 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 SUPPORT SERVICES Support Services Supervisor 4 720-004 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 Senior Support Services Technician 3 721-003 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 Support Services Technician 2 722-002 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 3,304.3747 3,386.9841 3,471.6587 3,558.4502 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8632 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 39,652.50 1 40,643.81 1 41,659.90 1 42,701.40 1 43,768.94 1 44,863.16 1 45,984.74 1 47,134.36 1 48,312.72 1 49,520.53 50,758.55 Support Services Assistant 1 723-001 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 Page 12 of 12 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r r 6.5 7.0 ADMINISTRATIVE Executive Assistant 4 951-004 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.64 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,830.93 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,971.20 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 Senior Administrative Assistant 4 952-004 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 Administrative Assistant 3 953-003 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 45,988.80 1 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 Senior Office Specialist 2 954-002 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.30 29.01 29.74 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,905.33 5,028.40 5,154.93 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,864.00 60,340.80 61,859.20 Office Specialist II 1 955-001 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 Office Specialist 1 1 956-001 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 1 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 1 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 Office Aide III 1 957-001 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 Office Aide 11 1 958-001 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.54 20.03 20.53 21.05 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,386.93 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,643.20 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 Office Aide 1 1 959-001 13.17 13.50 13.83 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 2,282.80 2,340.00 2,397.20 2,457.87 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 27,393.60 1 28,080.00 1 28,766.40 1 29,494.40 1 30,222.40 1 30,992.00 1 31,761.60 1 32,552.00 1 33,363.20 1 34,195.20 1 35,048.00 1 35,942.40 1 36,836.80 1 37,752.00 1 38,688.00 ANALYST Principal Management Analyst 7 901-007 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 Senior Management Analyst 6 902-006 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 Management Analyst 5 903-005 32.82 33.64 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 5,688.80 5,830.93 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 68,265.60 1 69,971.20 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 1 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 1 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 Management Assistant 4 904-004 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 Management Aide 111 3 905-003 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 Management Aide 11 2 906-002 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 Management Aide l 1 907-001 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 Intern 1 908-001 13.17 13.50 13.83 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 2,282.80 2,340.00 2,397.20 2,457.87 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 27,393.60 28,080.00 28,766.40 29,494.40 30,222.40 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 Page 1 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 I Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Director of Community Development 8 300-008 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15,275.87 15,657.20 16,048.93 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- BUILDING & SAFETY Building Official 7 331-007 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,810.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 Field Supervisor - Building 4 330-004 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 Plan Checker 4 308-004 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 87,401.60 1 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 1 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 Senior Building Inspector 3 332-003 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 Building Inspector ll 2 333-002 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 Building Inspector 1 1 334-001 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 1 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 1 75,358.40 1 77,251.20 1 79,185.60 1 81,161.60 1 83,179.20 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- CODE ENFORCEMENT Field Supervisor- Code Enforcement 4 343-004 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 Senior Code Enforcement Officer 3 340-003 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 Code Enforcement Officer II 2 341-002 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 1 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 75,358.40 Code Enforcement Officer 1 1 342-001 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 4,444.27 4,555.20 4:669.60 4,785.73 4,907:07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5:283.20 5:414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60:340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- PLANNING Planning Manager 7 301-007 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 Principal Planner 6 302-006 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 Senior Planner 5 303-005 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 1 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 Associate Planner II 4 304-004 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 Associate Planner 1 3 305-003 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 Assistant Planner 2 306-002 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 1 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 1 75,358.40 1 77,251.20 1 79,185.60 81,161.60 Planning Technician 1 307-001 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 Page 2 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Class Family/Title Level Class Code W III r r COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - SERVICES CommDev Processing Supervisor 4 320-004 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 Senior CommDev Services Technician 3 321-003 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 CommDev Services Technician II 2 322-002 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 71,739.20 CommDev Services Technician 1 1 323-001 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 CITY CLERK Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk 8 500-008 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 Deputy City Clerk 7 501-007 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Records Manager 6 510-006 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 69,992.00 1 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 1 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 Records Supervisor 4 511-004 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Senior Records Coordinator 3 512-003 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 Records Coordinator 2 513-002 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 44,865.60 1 45,988.80 1 47,153.60 1 48,318.40 1 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 52,041.60 1 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 Records Technician 1 514-001 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 3:388.67 3,471.87 3:558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4:231.07 4,336.80 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44:865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 CITY MANAGER City Manager (per Employment Contract) 8 100-009 118.20 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20,488.58 245,863.00 Assistant City Manager 8 101-008 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 94.90 97.28 99.71 102.20 104.76 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15,275.87 15,657.20 16,048.93 16,449.33 16,861.87 17,283.07 17,714.67 18,158.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 197,392.00 202,342.40 207,396.80 212,576.00 217,900.80 Deputy City Manager 7 102-007 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 94.90 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15,275.87 15,657.20 16,048.93 16,449.33 139, 713.60 143,208.00 146, 785.60 150,446.40 1 154, 211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170, 227.20 1 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 197, 392.00 Assistant to the City Manager 6 103-007 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 Economic Development Manager 5 120-005 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 Page 3 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Salary Steps Class Family / Title Level Class Code 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.S 7.0 '! 7.S 8.0 uu � Director of Community Services 8 600-008 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15,275.87 15,657.20 16,048.93 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 Asst Director of Community Services 7 601-007 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 Community Services Superintendent 6 602-006 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 Community Services Manager 5 603-005 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 1 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 Community Services Supervisor 11 4 610-004 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 Community Services Supervisor l 4 611-004 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 Community Services Coordinator 11 3 612-003 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Community Services Coordinator l 3 613-003 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 Community Services Specialist II 2 614-002 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 Community Services Specialist 1 2 615-002 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 Community Services Assistant 1 616-001 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 Senior Recreation Leader 1 617-001 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 Recreation Leader 1 618-001 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 30,222.40 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 Recreation Assistant 1 619-001 13.17 13.50 13.83 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 2,282.80 2,340.00 2,397.20 2,457.87 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 27,393.60 28,080.00 28,766.40 29,494.40 30,222.40 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 COMMUNITY SERVICES - AQUATICS Aquatics Supervisor 11 4 620-004 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 Aquatics Supervisor 1 4 621-004 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 Aquatics Coordinator 3 622-003 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 Lead Lifeguard 2 623-002 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 Senior Lifeguard 1 624-001 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 Page 4 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Class Family/Title Level Class Code Salary Steps 13.17 13.50 13.83 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 r 6.5 16.44 16.85 Lifeguard 1 625-001 2,282.80 2,340.00 2,397.20 2,457.87 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 27,393.60 28,080.00 28,766.40 29,494.40 30,222.40 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 Water Safety Instructor 1 626-001 13.17 13.50 13.83 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 2,282.80 2,340.00 2,397.20 2,457.87 2,518.53 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 27,393.60 28,080.00 28,766.40 29,494.40 30,222.40 30,992.00 31,761.60 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 COMMUNITY SERVICES - DAY CAMP Day Camp Director 1 654-001 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 Assistant Day Camp Director 1 655-001 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 32,552.00 33,363.20 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 COMMUNITY SERVICES - PARK RANGERS Supervising Park Ranger 4 630-004 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 Park Ranger III 3 631-003 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 Park Ranger II 2 632-002 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 Park Ranger 1 1 633-001 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 COMMUNITY SERVICES - THEATER Theater Technical Coordinator 11 3 640-003 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Theater Technical Coordinator 1 3 641-003 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 Theater Technical Specialist 11 2 642-002 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 1 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 60,340.80 Theater Technical Specialist 1 2 643-002 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 Theater Technical Assistant 1 644-001 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 FINANCE Director of Finance 8 200-008 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15,275.87 15,657.20 16,048.93 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 Assistant Director of Finance 7 201-007 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 Fiscal Services Manager 6 202-006 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 1 96,470.40 1 98,883.20 1 101,358.40 1 103,875.20 1 106,475.20 1 109,137.60 1 111,862.40 1 114,670.40 1 117,540.80 1 120,473.60 1 123,489.60 1 126,568.00 129,729.60 Page 5 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Class Family/Title Level Class Code E.r r r FINANCE - ACCOUNTINGIF Senior Accountant 4 240-004 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 Accountant II 3 241-003 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 Accountant 1 3 242-003 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 69,992.00 1 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 1 75,358.40 1 77,251.20 1 79,185.60 81,161.60 1 83,179.20 1 85,259.20 1 87,401.60 1 89,585.60 1 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 1 96,470.40 1 98,883.20 FINANCE- ACCOUNTING SUPPORT Accounting Support Supervisor 4 250-004 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 Senior Accounting Technician 3 251-003 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 Accounting Technician11 2 252-002 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 Accounting Technician 2 253-002 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 Accounting Assistant 1 254-001 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Cashier 1 230-001 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 1 52,041.60 1 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 FINANCE - BUSINESS LICENSE Business License Supervisor 4 260-004 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 Senior Business License Technician 3 261-003 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 Business License Technician 2 262-002 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 69,992.00 Business License Assistant 1 263-001 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4:669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 49,524.80 50:772.80 52,041.60 53:331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58:884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63:398.40 FINANCE - PAYROLL Payroll Manager 5 220-005 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Payroll Administrator 4 222-004 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 Payroll Supervisor 4 221-004 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 1 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 Senior Payroll Coordinator 3 223-003 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 61279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 Payroll Coordinator 2 224-002 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 Payroll Technician 1 225-001 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 1 52,041.60 1 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 Page 6 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 I Salary Steps W MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r r 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 FINANCE - PURCHASING Purchasing Manager 5 203-005 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Purchasing Supervisor 4 204-004 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 Senior Buyer 3 205-003 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 1 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 Buyer II 2 207-002 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 Buyer 1 2 206-002 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Purchasing Assistant 1 208-001 23.81 24.41 25.02 26.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,617.60 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 52,041.60 55,411.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 FIRE Field Supervisor - Fire 4 353-004 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 Senior Fire Inspector 4 350-003 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 55.51 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,621.73 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 115,460.80 Fire Inspector II 2 351-002 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 83,179.20 1 85,259.20 87,401.60 1 89,585.60 1 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 1 103,875.20 106,475.20 Fire Inspector 1 1 352-001 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 6:279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6:763.47 6,931.60 71104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87:401.60 89:585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 1 96,470.40 HUMAN RESOURCES Director of HR/Risk Management 8 800-008 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 Asst Director of HR/Risk Management 7 801-007 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 HR Manager 6 802-006 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 91,811.20 1 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 1 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 1 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 Risk Manager 6 803-006 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 1 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 HR Supervisor 4 804-004 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 Senior HR Technician 3 805-003 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 1 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 1 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 HR Technician 11 2 806-002 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 HR Technician 2 807-002 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 HR Assistant 1 808-001 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 48,318.40 1 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 1 52,041.60 1 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 Page 7 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 I Salary Steps MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r 6.5 7.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director of IT/Support Services 8 700-008 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 Asst Director of IT/Support Services 7 701-007 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 IT Manager 6 702-006 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 98,883.20 1 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 1 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 1 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 ITAdministrator 5 703-005 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 1 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 IT Supervisor 4 704-004 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 Senior IT Specialist 3 705-003 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 73,528.00 1 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 1 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 IT Specialistll 2 706-002 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 36.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,252.13 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 75,025.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 IT Specialist I 2 707-002 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 ITTechnician II 1 708-001 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 ITTechnician ) 1 709-001 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 1,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 56:035.20 57,428.80 58:884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69'992.00 MEDIA/MARKETING Multimedia Coordinator 3 921-004 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 Multimedia Specialist II 2 922-003 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 Multimedia Specialist I 2 923-002 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 1 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 1 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 Multimedia Assistant 1 924-001 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4:669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5:550.13 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58:884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 PUBLIC WORKS Director of PW/City Engineer 8 400-008 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 88.13 90.33 92.59 94.90 97.28 99.71 12, 232.13 12,537.20 12:850.93 13,171.60 13, 500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 15, 275.87 15, 657.20 16,048.93 16,449.33 16,861.87 17, 283.07 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 197:392.00 202,342.40 207,396.80 PUBLIC WORKS - CUSTODIAL Custodian II (Y-Rate) 2 460-402 16.51 16.92 17.34 17.78 18.22 18.68 19.14 19.62 20.11 20.61 21.13 2,861.73 2,932.80 3,005.60 3,081.87 3,158.13 3,237.87 3,317.60 3,400.80 3,485.73 3,572.40 3,662.53 34,340.80 35,193.60 36,067.20 36,982.40 37,897.60 38,854.40 39,811.20 40,809.60 41,828.80 42,868.80 43,950.40 Custodian II 2 460-002 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 34,195.20 35,048.00 35,942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38,688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 Custodian I 1 461-001 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 2,582.67 2,646.80 2,712.67 2,780.27 2,849.60 2,920.67 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 30,992.00 1 31,761.60 1 32,552.00 1 33,363.20 1 34,195.20 1 35,048.00 1 35,942.40 1 36,836.80 1 37,752.00 1 38,688.00 1 39,665.60 Page 8 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Class Family/Title Level Class Code =I r r =1 r I r r PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING Engineering Manager 7 401-007 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 79.84 81.84 83.88 85.98 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 14,903.20 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 Principal Civil Engineer 6 402-006 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 72.33 74.14 75.99 77.89 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 12,537.20 12,850.93 13,171.60 13,500.93 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 Senior Civil Engineer 5 403-005 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 65.53 67.17 68.85 70.57 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 11,358.53 11,642.80 11,934.00 12,232.13 103,875.20 1 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 1 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 1 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 Associate Civil Engineer 4 404-004 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 Associate Engineer II 4 405-004 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 Associate Engineer 1 3 406-003 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 Assistant Engineer II 2 407-002 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 Assistant Engineer 1 2 408-002 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 Engineering Technician 11 1 409-001 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 Engineering Technician 1 1 410-001 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 PUBLIC WORKS- INSPECTIONS Construction Manager 4 415-004 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 Supervising PW Inspector 4 420-004 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 Senior PW Inspector(Y-Rate) 3 421-403 32.23 33.03 33.86 34.70 35.57 36.46 37.37 38.31 39.26 40.25 41.25 5,586.53 5,725.20 5,869.07 6,014.67 6,165.47 6,319.73 6,477.47 6,640.40 6,805.07 6,976.67 7,150.00 67,038.40 68,702.40 70,428.80 72,176.00 73,985.60 75,836.80 77,729.60 79,684.80 81,660.80 83,720.00 85,800.00 Senior PW Inspector 3 421-003 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 PW Inspector ll 2 422-002 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 PW Inspector 1 423-001 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 PUBLIC WORKS - MAINTENANCE Maintenance Manager 7 430-007 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 Maintenance Superintendent 6 431-006 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 Page 9 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 Class Family/Title Level Class Code =I r r r PUBLIC WORKS- LANDSCAPE Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 5 443-005 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 Field Supervisor - Landscape 4 444-004 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 Senior Landscape Inspector 3 440-003 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 68,265.60 1 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 1 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 Landscape Inspector II 2 441-002 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 Landscape Inspector 1 1 442-001 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 PUBLIC WORKS - STREETS/PARKS Maintenance Supervisor - Streets/Parks 5 432-005 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Field Supervisor - Streets/Parks 4 433-004 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 Lead Maintenance Worker - Streets/Parks 3 434-003 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 1 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 Maintenance Worker II - Streets/Parks 2 435.002 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 Maintenance Worker I - Streets/Parks 1 436-001 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 PUBLIC WORKS- FACILITIES Maintenance Supervisor - Facilities 5 432-005 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Field Supervisor - Facilities 4 472-004 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 Lead Maintenance Worker - HVAC 3 484-003 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 64,979.20 1 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 1 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 Lead Maintenance Worker - Facilities 3 473-003 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 Maintenance Worker II - Facilities 2 474-002 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 5,283.20 5,414.93 5,550.13 5,688.80 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 63,398.40 64,979.20 66,601.60 68,265.60 Maintenance Worker I - Facilities 1 475-001 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 48,318.40 1 49,524.80 1 50,772.80 1 52,041.60 1 53,331.20 1 54,662.40 1 56,035.20 1 57,428.80 1 58,884.80 1 60,340.80 1 61,859.20 Page 10 of 11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020 I Salary Steps Iff MCP Only Class Family/Title Level Class Code 1.0 r r 6.5 7.0 PUBLIC WORKS -TRAFFIC SIGNALS Maintenance Supervisor - Signals 5 453-005 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 60.85 62.37 63.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 9,321.87 9,555.87 9,795.07 10,039.47 10,290.80 10,547.33 10,810.80 11,081.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 Field Supervisor - Signals 4 454-004 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 8,446.53 8,656.27 8,872.93 9,094.80 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 Senior Signal Technician 3 450-003 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 7,650.93 7,843.33 8,039.20 8,240.27 77,251.20 1 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 1 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 Signal Technician)) 2 451-002 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 7,283.47 7,465.47 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 87,401.60 89,585.60 Signal Technician) 2 452-002 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 5,550.13 5,688.80 5,832.67 5,978.27 6,127.33 6,279.87 6,437.60 6,598.80 6,763.47 6,931.60 7,104.93 66,601.60 68,265.60 69,992.00 71,739.20 73,528.00 75,358.40 77,251.20 79,185.60 81,161.60 83,179.20 85,259.20 SUPPORT SERVICES Support Services Supervisor 4 720-004 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 4,785.73 4,907.07 5,028.40 5,154.93 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 57,428.80 58,884.80 60,340.80 61,859.20 Senior Support Services Technician 3 721-003 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 4,336.80 4,444.27 4,555.20 4,669.60 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 47,153.60 48,318.40 49,524.80 50,772.80 52,041.60 53,331.20 54,662.40 56,035.20 Support Services Technician 2 722-002 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 3,929.47 4,026.53 4,127.07 4,231.07 39,665.60 1 40,664.00 1 41,662.40 1 42,702.40 1 43,784.00 1 44,865.60 1 45,988.80 1 47,153.60 1 48,318.40 1 49,524.80 50,772.80 Support Services Assistant 1 723-001 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 2,995.20 3,069.73 3,146.00 3,224.00 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 31832.40 35:942.40 36,836.80 37,752.00 38:688.00 39,665.60 40,664.00 41:662.40 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 Page 11 of 11 Item No. 7 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Peter Thorson, City Attorney DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Initiate Proceedings to Renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Under the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 PREPARED BY: Peter Thorson, City Attorney RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THE PARKING AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT LAW OF 1994 AND FIXING THE TIME AND PLACE OF A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON AND GIVING NOTICE THEREOF BACKGROUND: In 2005, the City Council, with the unanimous consent of the lodging businesses within the City, established the Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (the 1989 Act"). The 1989 Act district implemented a 2% assessment on the room rents for the lodging businesses which, with unanimous support, was increased to 4% in 2009. In 2015, the Visit Temecula Valley ("VTV"), formerly known as The Convention and Visitor's Bureau, along with all of the lodging businesses within the City, requested the City to undertake proceedings to convert the 1989 Act district to a business improvement district formed under the Parking and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 (the "1994 Act"). On February 10, 2015, the City Council adopted a resolution establishing the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District pursuant to the 1994 Act (the "VTVTBID"). The VTVTBID functions similar to the 1989 Act district except that the initial assessment for the VTVTBID has a duration of five years instead of the assessments needing to be levied every year. Like the 1989 Act district, the assessment levied within the VTVTBID is 4% on the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night, VTV is responsible for managing the funds and implementing the activities specified in each annual report that VTV must prepare for the VTVTBID. The assessment revenues must be used for marketing and promotions to increase tourism and market the Temecula Valley as a tourist destination that specially benefits lodging businesses located and operating within the City limits. The five-year duration of the assessment has allowed VTV to project revenues over a five year period and to develop long range projects for advertising and promotions for the benefit of lodging businesses within the City. The VTVTBID has been very successful and has succeeded in its goal of substantially increasing hotel stays in the City of Temecula. The assessment for the VTVTBID commenced with the fiscal year that began on March 1, 2015 and ended on February 28, 2016, and the term of the assessment will expire on February 29, 2020. The 1994 Act provides that any district previously established whose term has expired or will expire may be renewed by following the procedures for establishment of a district. The 1994 Act provides that upon renewal, a district shall have a term (i.e., the number of years in which the assessment may be levied) not to exceed 10 years. Accordingly, the City Council may renew the VTVTBID by following the procedures in the 1994 Act that the City followed in 2015 when it established the VTVTBID. The VTV and all of the lodging businesses in the City have requested the Council to undertake proceedings to renew the VTVTBID, with the assessments to have a new five-year term. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1 st to February 28th or 29th), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. PROCEDURE FOR RENEWING THE VTVTBID: Petition. The 1994 Act provides that the City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a petition signed by owners of lodging businesses who will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. The Director of Finance has determined that the petitions have been signed by the owners of all of the lodging businesses who will pay the assessments proposed to be levied (signed petition attached). Renewal proceedings will be initiated by the City Council adopting the attached Resolution. Management District Plan. The petition includes a summary of the Management District Plan which was prepared by the VTV. The Management District Plan includes the boundaries of the district, a description of the activities proposed for each year of operation of the renewed VTVTBID, the assessment rate, the total estimated amount proposed to be expended for the activities each year, the time and manner of collecting the assessments, the number of years (5) in which the assessment will be levied, and a list of the lodging businesses to be assessed. The boundaries, activities, and assessments are the same as set forth in the management district plan that was prepared in connection with the establishment of the VTVTBID in 2015. There were 15 lodging businesses when the VTVTBID was established and there currently are 18 lodging businesses. Public Meeting and Public Hearing The City Council must hold a noticed public meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal of the VTVTBID and the levy of the assessments for a new five-year term. The public meeting will be held at the January 14, 2020, City Council meeting and the public hearing will be held at the January 28, 2020 City Council meeting. The joint notice of public meeting and public hearing must be mailed to the lodging businesses at least 10 days prior to the date of the public meeting and 45 days prior to date of the public hearing. The public hearing must take place no earlier than 7 days after the public meeting. Protest of Assessment. If written protests are received by the City from the owners or authorized representatives of lodging businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50% or more of the assessments proposed to be levied for the new five-year term, the City Council may not take any further proceedings to renew the VTVTBID and levy the new assessment against such businesses for a period of one year from the date of the finding of the majority protest. Resolution of Formation. Following the public hearing and a finding that there is not a majority protest filed against the renewal of the VTVTBID and the levy of the assessment for a new five year term, the Council may adopt a resolution renewing the VTVTBID and levying the assessment. Owner's Association. The Management District Plan provides that VTV, as the owner's association, will provide the activities for the VTVTBID. This means that if the City renews the VTVTBID, the City will continue to contract with the VTV to provide the services for the VTVTBID. The VTV will prepare a report each year, commencing with the second year, which will describe the proposed activities for that year. FISCAL IMPACT: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the new assessment will be the same as the current assessment levied within the VTVTBID and the formation expenses and administrative expenses will be paid from the assessments. Lodging business will continue to collect a 4% assessment on room rents following the same process as used for the collection of the City's transient occupancy tax. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Petitions 3. Financial Report 4. Proposed Management Plan RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THE PARKING AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT LAW OF 1994 AND FIXING THE TIME AND PLACE OF A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON AND GIVING NOTICE THEREOF WHEREAS, the Parking and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, California Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq. (the "Law") authorizes cities to establish business improvement districts for the purpose of promoting tourism; and WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 15-09, adopted on February 10, 2015, the City Council established the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District ("VTVTBID") pursuant to the Law and authorized the levy of an assessment on lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses"), for a term of five fiscal years, commencing with the fiscal year beginning on March 1, 2015, and ending on February 29, 2020; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 15-09 and the Law provide that the City Council may renew the VTVTBID and authorize an assessment on Lodging Businesses for a new term by following the procedures for the establishment of a district under the Law; and WHEREAS, the owners of all of the Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID have requested the City Council to initiate proceedings pursuant to the Law to renew the VTVTBID pursuant to a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied; and WHEREAS, the boundaries of the proposed renewed VTVTBID will be the same as the boundaries of the existing VTVTBID; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to have Visit Temecula Valley ("VTV") continue to manage the activities provided within the proposed renewed VTVTBID; and WHEREAS, the VTV has drafted a management district plan (the "Management District Plan") in connection with the proposed renewal of the VTVTBID which contains all the information required by Section 36622 of the Law and filed such Management District Plan with the City Clerk of the City of Temecula ("City"); NOW THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby resolve, determine and find as follows: Section 1. The recitals set forth herein are true and correct. Section 2. Pursuant to Sections 36621(a) and 36600 of the Law, the City Council hereby declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, a business improvement district established by the City Council pursuant to the Law, and to levy and collect assessments against Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID boundaries. Section 3. The exterior boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID shall be the exterior boundaries of the City, as shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by such attachment. Section 4. The City Council hereby approves the Management District Plan on file in the Office of the City Clerk. The City Clerk shall make the Management District Plan and other documents related to the renewal of the VTVTBID available to the public for review during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Section 5. The proposed activities for the renewed VTVTBID include tourism promotions and marketing programs that specifically and specially benefit the Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourism destination. A portion of the assessments each year will be used to pay for administrative expenses of the City. Section 6. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID boundaries based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040 will be exempt from the VTVTBID assessment. New lodging businesses established within the boundaries of the VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Section 7. The annual assessment described in Section 6 may be levied for a term of five fiscal years, commencing with the fiscal year beginning on March 1, 2020 and ending on December 31, 2024, after which term the City may again renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided that the last fiscal year for the renewed VTVTBID shall end on December 31, 2024 and provided further that the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1" to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the Law. Section 8. The amount of the annual assessment proposed to be levied in year one totals approximately $1,720,000. This amount is expected to fluctuate over the remaining four years of the five-year term of the assessment for the renewed VTVTBID in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. Section 9. The City will collect the assessments from Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the VTVTBID in monthly installments or such other installments as determined pursuant to resolution of the City Council. The funds collected will be distributed to the VTVTBID. Funds remaining at the end of any year may be used in subsequent years in which VTVTBID assessments are levied as long as they are used consistent with the requirements of this Resolution. Section 10. The time and place for the public meeting for comments on the proposed renewal of the VTVTBID and the levy of the assessments is set for January 14, 2020, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the City of Temecula, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Section 11. The time and place for the public hearing to consider renewing the VTVTBID and levying assessments is set for January 28, 2020, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the City of Temecula, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Section 12. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses, as contained in this Resolution, shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Section 13. Further information regarding the proposed renewal of the VTVTBID may be obtained from the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California, 92590. Section 14. The City Clerk is instructed to provide mailed joint notice of the public meeting and public hearing to the Lodging Businesses in accordance with Section 36623 of the Law. ki Section 15. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and the City Clerk shall certify to the vote adopting this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 12th day of November, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. - was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 12th day of November, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk 4 Exhibit A Tem9tuf� � . La OC nra lnrf Surfea FairlIOU $ Sortes f,rlsraCd Slay Aonenc& Marrday for) a Expfess Seaf 4Yesfa+- ownfry lrrn Spnng �*N SOS& a ' Emba4sy $+rr#E1 H&mpf �rrn 0 Fememda � Sui?es 0 �atac+ra &eat "stem Fyua Cafrfcmia !nn a Hafefa SLOSSMPA Nurrw2 Sur&s Mated $ By Milan Temecda Pabmar 0 HCMe The !fate+ 0 Rwewerinr? Temecula v Srgnafure Orm Temecda Creek fm7 In 5 October 21, 2019 Greg Butler City of Temecula 41000 Main St. Temecula, CA 92590 Dear Greg: SOL)TIAEPN CAL QRNIA 7 WINE COUNTRY �✓ V OCT 212019 C1YY GUUM DWT. On behalf of the City of Temecula lodging partners and travel industry, please accept the signed renewal petitions to initiate the process for renewing the Visit Temecula Valley's five-year Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District. We have included seventeen (17) signed petitions for your review. Thank you for your continued support in tourism growth in the City of Temecula. Contact me at (951) 252-2134 or leigh@visittemeculavalley.com if you have any questions or concerns. Director of Operations & Finance cc: Randi Johl Jennifer Hennessy Visit Temecula Valley phone: 888.363.2852 address: 28690 mercedes st. suite a web: visittemeculavalleycom email: info@visittemeculavalleycom temecula, ca 92590 PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment o I,� =*j �j l . j By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner RepreFntative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date 19, The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 11086-0140\2340167v2. doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses') within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person 11086-0140\2340167v2. doe subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration; Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. -3- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc EXHIBrr B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES 4771014f Ian TRrt74u:uhr � • 44 MOO rrsr s .614fas Ea[rflohl ►an A Srrl�as &Icr ad pity,, 14NOfca Ha►kluy l�117 0 La pmss Bear %tsfem CON erryinn SP609 HN 5[�Ifes Nanlpinn 1r+n � �n�drrfxxy SufieS sr+fraa it 1"adrocsfr� • f�Or�eAo Bcaf 4' astemPI1rGCaflfrunl�o Inn, %, Moro? 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Lodging Establishment Business Owner ��' 'j 1, U Ell zy-� *4 By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. 611 W*-51VrAyV1 yF c,r-'Xeancii Owner Representatiye/OAer Name (printed) Title Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 1108 6-014012340167v2. doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses' within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-0140\2340167v2. doe subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVfBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVfBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVfBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. 11 086-0140\2340167v2. doc EXHlBrr $ MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES Q10mI loon Labiiiraf�, rrlsdi Sutfda � �alrltp� ,, Jni, rR Sflrrea vm CMr.'liCrIIt}' stay r4rilooka� HWK�r�y►rlri lid f xpmss 8edf wborom Country inn song Hie 5ffif9s' tlan,plan oral � JSrritiea�y Suf�t,�s �, V t®nroculW A Sl+rlps FA Rtlro�h0 up4r i+ ostom Rrua t.NA(VI vil rn71 4, © HOW d atnfna�� �� HUrri,+ StAts I tp[BJ d By r•rufoo TorrraeteaLf P�14rfu�r tllatet The HeieJ Rodeim/ On 7! McWa M 5 5 Sigrlalw'a left T�R+nLriJt& Creek trtri 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Tee mead a C're-k -1yi h Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. ;T� MJNt:>,,q PW-C'!5'I T Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Signature 10P1I111-') Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses') within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. -3- 11086-0140\2340167v2. doc EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES W+algplgif 7w�6Crdri ,s !a 01),00 tern 8 SiOW FaPrH01ld j.n iA V i �i r�'l�fiff:J `A Grlamrsa sr;gy AlrreYica Hwdday Inff in RNpmss spamuffifly ot spong mn Suifas Hamprovi Inn rom mix R 'Sutras i Rancho Bast wbawn Mm CBN(mnkr inrr a i401014 S0841 � H4I+iu ! svlfos Mole) d By Man Tertfe+r Wa ld p9dOfM6f The 1401 Rodbw Inn 7binepWs _J ''oom" I ky @@f s Temar m creek Ina 11086-0140\2340167v2. doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodaing Establishment Business Owner �-�;r--e-� By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. 1 G P) Q--e- C�-. b- E E Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date f—r The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'l. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses') within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. -3- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES Qr Oly Inn 7bfmlj Ydli A !d 013rrr[n Irrn d Swfla CxlcnifOd 8taylJ Ainwica finlrcfay frlrr idxp,mss Beaf "Vern Caunfly Inn Spnng Hill Srrifas Gil Effibmy &Not$ +tampfnri Ir7rr d rornoclijr7 A Stoles ;'I Rer+che fir-hr }S4r-rWn FN is,yy�� {.UP'S51f�l171VU it/ 1 �+, j ►fatal E S'r�luab llar74u2 Sullps I4fpfvi By mall Tqfr+sc* PoQlal+rer i-✓ el The H101 I j f7erlvssx+y Iflr� 7§macula 1 ! ft"dW11 /raft ibmaai* Cr ek fm I I I 086-0140\2340167v2.doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishnient Business Owner 10("G N kTU-%?ZC -EI-tccu )k . By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner Representative/Owner Title Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEIlfd[ECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner i S i -� AT� -rehZ 0, A - By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. M1kc Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner/Represe Title Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VIVfBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Qwner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECp,9 A TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improve menf-Disfrict (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner �Zt . 1*A 14- By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. Owner Representativelbwner Name (printed) Title ntative Signature '9I%�3II Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV S.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business OwneF waair LLG By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 -I- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. e Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner/Representative Signature Title Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Loking Establishm t fi kh RoN al'w Business Owner 1K6 J� By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title V EL: y 0, Id, 71 i! q Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 110 8 6-0140\23 40167v2. doc PETITION TO THE CITY( OF T[EMECULA TO FORM THE 71994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Sqmmary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf,of the business listed above. l�lGGQrnQ 9tes- GeAe'lal k'Laltas('v Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title -YA ��PS Icl. ICI Owner/Representative Signature Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in ,the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Name (printed) � -''y1 e r G- e Title Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf,of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title k�" e lip I � Owner/Representative Signature Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner �A u i 0"tA SNm �j��s'Tt-WcW IA By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title 1al9/I Owner Represertative owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Long Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. Owner � \)nf�-J (�, 0, Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner/Representative Signature Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 2- We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodginci Establishment hm:EL 6 TE-nEGA9 10, - Busliness Ownerf�- By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Q,65-�aL. Owner Repr nt ' e/Owner Name (printed) Title Own Represen t e Owner Signature Date Tie complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE (CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner P By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf,of the business listed a bove. 216ner Represerftartive/Uwner Name (printed) Title Owner/Representative Signature Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Establishment Business Owner virE1d )4 By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner RepresAtativejOwner Signature The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 »1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. H *, I Ack llev__ Aalrv� 4 a_ Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner, ure Date The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Rep resentative/Owner Title Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 ACT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner ,4"eklr-•9^1 ktpr4 1,bret_s Le-c- By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. Gj4 E 9 of Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) er/Representative Signature 4,44 Title Date The complete Management Dist Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment O;1C CL-) -TNN 4 su i� -UlFC614 Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Q( Co I keC4 c.t r i4R Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner Signature e rye v MCL16 C I� Title Date &/toh? The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 •1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses' within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-0140\2340167v2. doc subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. 1108 6-0140\23 40167v2. doc EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES Qrsto ton i�l7! "'fjlif 1 r A O+Haf4 len.9 S O's u rw3lmold hvi 4 surrw ji L" rloodod Slay 14010 oiY blolAy[+yf�1i� Ei ERpmas Sear "t5fam i� frwnfrr fnn 0 suites ` 0 tir:itteeXy Safi«S Hampton hFJ1 ian3rlcuJr� A Sifts 0 17arrGhrl [�o+s� 9YeatBrrr Apra CaUrrrrnln I.mr �,, [ morel A Whim 3 �. �iarMn �. SU1104 MOM a bf�rMfon 7errae+cula PdAwrwr � �iafel The How G1 Rodomy Inn 7�,r16FAt1le P (f1 Slgvlafuvfr fall iafmr"& Croak frm u 11086-0140\2340167v2.doe PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Embassy Suites by Hilton Temecula Valley Wine Country Business Owner Windsor Capital Group -Nesbitt Partners Temecula Venture LTD a CA LP By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Victor Morgenroth General Manager Owner Represegtative/Owner Name (printed) Title Owner Signature Date 19 The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2. doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses') within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 1 1086-0140\2340167v2.doc subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVfBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. -3- 1 1086-0140\2340167v2.doc EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc DocuSign Envelope ID: A201 BD87-E977-483F-B3CF-7A34F086254C PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner Palomar Hotel Palomar Rental By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Carlos Palma Member Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Title BocuSipnod by' 10/11/2019 Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc DocuSign Envelope ID: A201BD87-E977-483F-B3CF-7A34F086254C Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'. The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses") within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-0140\2340167v2 doc DocuSign Envelope ID: A201BD87-E977-483F-B3CF-7A34F086254C subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVfBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration; Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VfVTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed V WBID. -3- 110 S 6-0140\2340167v2. d oc poc^,Sign Envelope ID: A201BD87-E977-483F-B3CF-7A34F086254C EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES 11086-0140\2340167v2-doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment ST- P—N ,NzS—r6hECU !A Business Owner 4J iA`1 L-L-c- - By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed above. Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner RepresejQwner Signature ems- M"c�� r ?) 0 OEIE— Title ICAkDIk Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6444 -1- 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO FORM THE 1994 Are h' TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to form the 1994 Act Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "TVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the TVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Lodging Establishment Business Owner By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf -of the business listed above. �A-L,P e-s' 4 power, Owner Representative/Owner Name (printed) Owner/Repre "at, Signature Title Date (VV\�A-erip�- The complete Management District Plan will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 VTV 8.6.19 -1- PETITION TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO RENEW THE VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT We petition you to initiate special assessment proceedings to renew the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District (the "VTVTBID") in accordance with the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994, Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq., for the purpose of undertaking and implementing the VTVTBID as described in the Management District Plan Summary, attached hereto as Exhibit A, within the territory shown on the map attached hereto as Exhibit B. Home2 Temecula Teffltggla HHG Hotel Deyelopmerrt._L.P 28400_ Rancho_California Rd Temecula, CA By my signature below, I certify that I am authorized to sign this Petition on behalf of the business listed a hove. October 21.. 2019 Owner Representative/Owner Signature Date The complete Management District Plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk and the Finance Director and will be furnished upon request. Requests for a complete copy of the Management District Plan should be made to: Jennifer Hennessey Finance Director City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6444 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City'). The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3,20.020 ("Lodging Businesses'l within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by Increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for the initial year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person -2- 11086-014012340167v2.doc subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVfBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VMBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28 or 29), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VNTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1st and end on the following February 28th (or 29th); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30th of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VNTBID there shall be a 30- day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed V rWBID. -3- 11086-014012340167 v2.doc EXHIBIT B MAP OF PROPOSED BOUNDARIES Cho*Im T�rriw.� Is La Oux, Im,a Stales ON FefrlJvld Imt A S+ N EdWOOd Slay 0� �Iis WO& K1ay kin is 1Nm6�+htrt *tp HN Suites Hs Wean lrut Enilyexxy d SZ6"Avisrrtaclda Rasatra HIM gac ruru::rn rm� o� HGOJV2 SUNaa a mom 6 By 10fan iMrt+eadet uFWWW Tb&Wofa PA*W00 1 1'q is splAh" roft 11086-0140\2340167v2.doc Visit Temecula Valley Temecula Tourism Business Improvement District 2020 - 2025 Budget 5 -Year Forecast � e WiNC COU.,r-. J Budget Mar'20 - Feb'21 % Budget Mar'21- Feb'22 1 % Budget Mar'22 - Feb'23 % Budget Mar'23 - Feb'24 % Budget Mar'24 - Dec'25** % Total 5-Year Forecast * % Advertising/Marketing S 1,376,000 80% $ 1,396,640 80% S 1,424,573 80% $ 1,445,941 80% S 1,229,050 80% $ 6,872,205 80% Operations $ 223,600 13% $ 226,954 13% $ 231,493 13% $ 234,965 13% 1 $ 199,721 13% $ 1,116,733 13% County Fees $ 34,400 2% S 34,916 2% S 35,614 2% S 36,149 2% S 30,726 2% $ 171,805 2% Contingency/Renewal $ 86,000 5% $ 87,290 5% S 89,036 5% S 90,371 5% $ 76,816 5% $ _ 429,513 5% Projected Revenue $ 1,720,000 100% $ 1,745,800 100% $ 1,780,716 100% $ 1,807,427 100% $ 1,536,313 100% $ 8,590,256 100% 1.5% 2,0% 1.5% 2.0% *Forecast years 2021- 2025 moderate to slow growth based on new inventory and shared economy (Vacation Rentals) **10 month budget to change TO district tocorporate fiscal year n Clo o 0 m v C'.) —' co M m y SOUTHERN CALIPOnNIA Visit Temecula Valley WINE COUNTRY Total Estimated TID 2020 Budget TID Fund - Restricted �J Mar 20 Apr 20 May 20 June 20 July 20 Aug 20 Sept 20 Oct 20 Nov 20 Dec 20 Jan-21 Feb-21 Mar'20 - Feb'21 Funding $ 146,684 $ 145,900 $ 174,049 $ 184,410 $ 154,523 $ 147,283 $ 137,076 $ 151,201 $ 136,142 $ 115,422 $ 111,579 $ 115,730 $ 1,720,000 Total Income $ 146,684 $ 145,900 $ 174,049 $ 184,410 $ 154,523 $ 147,283 $ 137,076 $ 151,201 $ 136,142 $ 115,422 $ 111,579 $ 115,730 S 1,720,000 Expense Advertising -Marketing S 91,790 S 105,094 S 139,178 $ 144,231 S 122,414 $ 113,771 S 113,720 $ 124,303 $ 107,961 S 93,029 $ 81,885 $ 85,848 S 1,323,224 Report Services S 17,225 S 9,730 S 2,345 $ 6,500 S 3,880 $ 1,975 S 350 $ Soo $ 1,975 S - $ 650 5 - S 45,130 Event Hosting 5 5,650 S 1,100 S 150 $ 7,150 S 150 $ 1,800 5 150 $ 550 $ 150 S 2,300 $ 150 S 7,150 $ 26,450 Total FAM Tours/Site Visits S 5,561 S 3,416 5 3,916 $ 1,416 S 1,416 $ 1,416 S 1,416 $ 3,616 $ 2,566 S 416 $ - $ 832 S 25,987 Promotional Items S 1,260 S 710 S 835 $ 710 S 710 $ 710 S 1,376 S 710 $ 1,410 S 460 $ - S 710 S 9,600 Trade Show Participation $ 2,100 $ 2,100 S - $ - S $ 5,200 S - S - $ - S - $ 8,200 $ - S 17,600 Travel & Entertainment S 2,838 S 3,340 S 3,215 $ 920 S 2,373 $ 1,555 S 415 S 1,393 $ 1,315 S - $ 1,655 S 1,613 S 20,532 Office Supplies S 600 $ 600 $ 600 S Soo $ 3,600 $ 600 S 600 S 600 $ 600 $ 600 S 600 $ Soo S 10,200 Personnel Costs S 3,654 S 3,751 S 4,788 S 3,654 5 3,751 $ 4,271 $ 3,654 S 3,751 $ 4,788 $ 3,654 S 3,751 $ 4,271 S 47,736 Printing S 1,837 S 1,970 S 1,970 $ 1,970 S 1,970 $ 1,970 S 1,970 S 1,970 $ 1,970 $ 1,970 $ 1,670 $ 1,805 S 23,042 Professional Fees S 4,634 $ 4,618 $ 7,681 S 7,889 S 4,791 $ 4,646 $ 4,442 S 4,724 $ 4,423 $ 4,009 $ 3,932 $ 4,015 S 59,804 Operating Cost S 9,397 S 9,332 S 9,232 S 9,232 S 9,330 $ 9,230 S 8,845 S 8,945 $ 8,845 $ 8,845 $ 8,947 $ 8,847 S 109,027 Total Expenses $ 146,684 $ 145,900 $ 174,049 $ 184,411 $ 154,524 $ 147,283 $ 137,076 $ 151,201 $ 136,142 $ 115,422 $ 111,579 $ 115,730 $ 1,720,000 co n m m o 0 M c.2 M o M m `� 0 0 :i VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Renewed pursuan t to the Propertyan d Business ImprovementDistrictLaw of 1994(Streets andHighways Code536600etseq.) Submitted by Visit Temecula Valley 501(c)6 September 2019 Cam, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WINE COUNTRY V 2338199v2 VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW........................................................................................................2 II. WHY A TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR TEMECULA VALLEY? ........ 5 III. WHAT IS A TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT?.......................................................6 IV. VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOUNDARY....................................................................................................................................................... ? V. SERVICE PLAN AND BUDGET..................................................................................................................9 A. Assessment.........................................................................................................................................................9 B. Determination of Special Benefit....................................................................................................................9 C. Time and Manner for CollectingAssessments..............................................................................................9 D. Service Plan Budget and Programs to be Provided: ................................................................................... 11 E. Annual Service Plan: ........................................................................................................................................ 11 F. Adjustments.....................................................................................................................................................13 VI. VTVTBID GOVERNANCE..........................................................................................................................14 A. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Governance......................................14 B. Brown Act and California Public Records ActCompliance.....................................................................14 C. Annual Report..................................................................................................................................................14 APPENDIX 1 — LODGING BUSINESSES TO BE ASSESSED WITHIN THE RENEWED VTVTBID ..............................................................................................................................................................................15 Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page l I. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Developed by Visit Temecula Valley ("VTV'� and the lodging businesses within the City of Temecula, the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District ("VTVTBID'� is a benefit assessment district which was established in 2015 to help fund marketing and sales promotion efforts for Temecula Valley lodging businesses. The VTV organization has successfully managed the district since 2015. This approach has been used successfully in other destination areas throughout the country to improve tourism and drive additional room nights. The VTVTBID was established pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 (California Streets and Highways Code Section 36600 et seq.) (the "1994 Law' and replaced the prior Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District which was established pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (California Streets and Highways Code Section 36500 et seq.) and disestablished in 2015. The assessment for the VTVTBID commenced with the fiscal year that began on March 1, 2015 and ended on February 28, 2016, and the term of the assessment will expire on February 29, 2020 (in a new 1994 Law district, the maximum number of years in which the assessment may be levied is five years). The 1994 Law provides that any district previously established pursuant to the 1994 Law whose term has expired or will expire may be renewed by following the procedures for establishment of a district. The 1994 Law provides that upon renewal, a district shall have a term (i.e., the number of years in which the assessment may be levied) not to exceed 10 years. Accordingly, the City Council may renew the VTVTBID by following the procedures in the 1994 Law that the City followed in 2015 when it established the VTVTBID. The VTV and all of the lodging businesses in the City have requested the Council to undertake proceedings to renew the VTVTBID, with the assessments to have a new five-year term. An up to date version of the 1994 Law with all applicable amendments is available at: https://le ing fo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_ displayexpandedbranch.xhtml?tocCode=SHC&divis ion=18. &title=&part=7. &chapter =&article=. Location: No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The exterior boundaries of the existing VTVTBID are the boundaries of the City of Temecula (the "City"). The VTVTBID includes all lodging businesses, which include hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.020 ("Lodging Businesses") within these boundaries. There are no benefit zones within the VTVTBID. Services: No changes to the services provided by the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. The services consist of marketing and sales promotions designed to specifically benefit Lodging Businesses by increasing tourism and marketing the Temecula Valley as a tourist, meeting and event destination. Budget: The total VTVTBID annual budget for each year of its new five (5) year term of operation upon renewal is anticipated to be approximately$8,590,256. The amount of revenues raised by the annual assessment proposed to be levied in year one of the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page 2 renewed VTVTBID is anticipated to be approximately $1,720,000. The annual revenues for each year of the remaining four years of the renewed VTVTBID's five-year term are expected to fluctuate in accordance with occupancy rates and rents charged by the operators of the Lodging Businesses within the renewed VTVTBID, but the amount is not anticipated to be significantly different each year. The City shall not issue bonds in connection with the renewed VTVTBID. The City shall retain from the assessments an amount equal to its actual expenses in renewing the VTVTBID, and 2% of collected assessments each year will be used to pay for collecting the assessments and administrative expenses of the City. Assessment: No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon renewal of the VTVTBID. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the renewed VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the renewed VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Renewal: The City Council may initiate proceedings to renew the VTVTBID upon the submission of a written petition signed by the owners of Lodging Businesses within the proposed VTVTBID which will pay more than 50% of the assessments proposed to be levied. If the City Council, by resolution, declares its intention to renew the VTVTBID, the Council must hold a noticed meeting and a subsequent public hearing on the proposed renewal. The owners of the Lodging Businesses will receive a joint notice of the meeting and public hearing by mail. At the public hearing a protest may be made orally or in writing by any interested person. Every written protest shall be filed with the City Clerk at or before the time fixed for the public hearing. Written protests may be mailed to the City Clerk, City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City Council may waive any irregularity in the form or content of any written protest. A written protest may be withdrawn in writing at any time before the conclusion of the public hearing. Each written protest shall contain a description of the business in which the person subscribing the protest is interested sufficient to identify the business and, if a person subscribing is not shown on the official records of the City as the owner of the business, the protest shall contain or be accompanied by written evidence that the person subscribing is the owner of the business or the authorized representative. A written protest that does not comply with these requirements shall not be counted in determining a majority protest. If written protests are received from the owners or authorized representatives of businesses in the proposed renewed VTVTBID that will pay 50 percent or more of the assessments proposed to be levied and protests are not withdrawn so as to reduce the Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page 3 protests to less than 50 percent, no further proceedings to levy the proposed assessment against such businesses shall be taken for a period of one year from the date of the finding of a majority protest by the City Council. Duration: Upon renewal of the VTVTBID, the proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year that commences on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The assessments are proposed to be based on the same fiscal year as for the existing assessment (March 1st to February 28th or 29th), but with the term to expire on December 31, 2024 instead of on February 28, 2025 so as to ultimately align the VTVTBID's fiscal year with the calendar year. After the expiration of the five-year term, the City Council may renew the assessment pursuant to Section 36600 of the 1994 Law. For purposes of levying and collecting assessments within the renewed VTVTBID, a fiscal year shall commence on March 1" and end on the following February 28' (or 29); provided the City Council may, by resolution, designate the fiscal year as July 1st to June 30t' of the following year, or any other fiscal year, subject to all applicable requirements of the 1994 Law. Once per year beginning on the anniversary of the renewal of the VTVTBID there shall be a 30-day period in which owners of the Lodging Businesses paying more than 50% of the assessment may petition the City Council to terminate the renewed VTVTBID. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page 4 II. WHY A TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR TEMECULA VALLEY? There are several reasons why now is the right time to renew the VTVTBID; the most compelling reasons are as follows: L TheNeed to Increase Occupancy The renewal of the VTVTBID is a proactive effort to provide supplemental funding beyond that provided by the City. The funding will ensure that adequate financing exists for the investment required to increase occupancy in the lodging industry and be competitive in the conference segment of the tourism market. The investment will cover an expanded marketing and promotional budget needed to reach this market segment. 2. Stable Funding for Tourism Promotion The renewal of the VTVTBID will provide a stable source of funding for consistent tourism promotion efforts. The renewed VTVTBID will provide funding for tourism promotion free of political and economic circumstances. Temecula Lodging Businesses have benefitted from the prior Temecula Valley Tourism Business District and the existing VTVTBID for many years. The renewal of the VTVTBID under the 1994 Law will provide stable funding over a new five-year term, thereby allowing for continued long-range planning and program implementation. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page 5 III. WHAT IS A TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT? Tourism Business Improvement Districts (TBIDs) utilize the efficiencies of private sector operation in the market -based promotion of tourism districts. TBIDs allow lodging business owners to organize their efforts to increase tourism. Lodging business owners within the district fund a TBID, and those funds are used to provide services that the businesses desire and that benefit the lodging businesses within the District. Tourism Business Improvement District services may include, but are not limited to: ➢ Marketing of the Destination ➢ Tourism Promotion Activities ➢ Sales Lead Generation In California, TBIDs are formed and renewed pursuant to the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 (" 1994 Law'. This law allows for the creation and renewal of a special benefit assessment district to raise funds within a specific geographic area. The key difference between TBIDs and other . beeial benefit assessment districts is that funds raised are returned to the private non -pro co oration serving as the owner's association for the district. There are many benefits to Tourism Business Improvement Districts: ➢ Funds cannot be diverted for other government programs; ➢ Tourism Business Improvement Districts are customized to fit the needs of each tourism district; ➢ They allow for a wide range of services, including those listed above; ➢ Tourism Business Improvement Districts are designed, created and governed by those who willpaythe assessment; ➢ They provide a stable funding source for tourism promotion. An up to date version of the 1994 Law with all applicable amendments is available at: htips://le ing fo.le,gislature.ca.,gov/faces/codes_ displayenandedbranch.xhtml?tocCode=SHC&divis ion=18.&title=&part=7.&chapter=&article= Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Plan Page 6 IV. VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOUNDARY The existing VTVTBID includes all Lodging Businesses, existing and future, within the boundaries of the City of Temecula. No changes to the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID are proposed. When the VTVTBID was established in 2015, it included approximately 15 Lodging Businesses. The boundaries of the VTVTBID currently include approximately 18 Lodging Businesses as shown on the map on the following page. A complete listing of Lodging Businesses within the proposed renewed VTVTBID can be found on Appendix 1 of this Plan. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 7 Qualky fnn Tar7irtCul� � . La Q+wnfa lrur 4 sutler, FairA90 ExmrNftd Stay Aonerrca Mofrday 10r) a Exprew Self ►ti'esfa- .� Spnf2g HOP Su4es (a • Fmba.Fy �Lffe$ Harripfon krn a remecaa & sines v R49no a Seek stem MV-5 Jrm A Hofer 8 Suites m- i�ome SwN:e uofel6 By two) Terrrecula Palomar Holel TheHcgela PCdewaayfnrr 7amecvra a SryfiafuYa 000 Ann-M µgq Terrrecufa Creak f�T�� ro Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Management District Page 8 V. SERVICE PLAN AND BUDGET A. Assessment No changes to the assessment levied within the existing VTVTBID are proposed upon the renewal of the VTVTBID. The annual assessment rate to be levied on each Lodging Business within the proposed renewed VTVTBID is based on the estimated specific and special benefit to the Lodging Businesses. Except where funds are otherwise available, the City proposes to annually levy an assessment on all Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID based upon 4% of the rent charged by the operator per occupied room per night to pay for activities within the VTVTBID. Extended stays, defined as stays of more than 30 consecutive calendar days, and those exempt persons as defined in Temecula Municipal Code Section 3.20.040, will be exempt from the VTVTBID assessment. New Lodging Businesses established within the boundaries of the VTVTBID after the beginning of any fiscal year will not be exempt from the levy of assessment for that fiscal year. Assessments pursuant to the VTVTBID shall not be included in gross room rental revenue for purpose of determining the amount of the transient occupancy tax imposed pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Bonds will not be issued. The amount of assessment, if passed on to each transient, shall be separately stated from the amount of rent charged and any other applicable taxes, and each transient shall receive a receipt for payment from the business. B. Determination of Special Benefit State law requires that assessment funds be expended on a specific benefit conferred directly to the payors that is not provided to those not charged, and which does not exceed the reasonable cost to the City of conferring the benefit. Further, the assessment may be utilized to provide a specific government service directly to the payors that is not provided to those not charged, and which does not exceed the reasonable costs to the local government of providing the service. Funds will be managed by VTA, which will submit annual reports to the City. The specific and special benefit the VTVTBID will provide to Lodging Businesses, and will not provide to non -assessed businesses, is room night sales. In order to provide a specific and special benefit and government service only to payors which does not exceed the reasonable cost thereof, the marketing and promotion services provided with the VTVTBID funds will be designed specifically to drive room night sales to assessed Lodging Businesses. C. Time and Manner for CollectingAssessments The proposed assessments shall be levied for five fiscal years, beginning with the fiscal year which begins on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021. The City will collect the assessments from Lodging Businesses within the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID in monthly installments or such other installments as determined pursuant to resolution of the City Council. The funds collected will be distributed to the VTV Board. Funds remaining at the end of any year may be used in subsequent years Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 9 in which VTVTBID assessments are levied as long as they are used consistent with the requirements of the 1994 Law and this Plan. Each operator of a Lodging Business shall, on or before the thirtieth day of each month, commencing in March 2020, make a return to the City's Director or Finance, or his or her designee, (the "assessment administrator', on forms provided by the assessment administrator, of the total rents charged and received for the immediately preceding month and the amount of assessment installment owed based on such rents. At such time, the full amount of the assessment installment shall be remitted to the assessment administrator and shall be delinquent if not paid by such date. If the thirtieth day of the month falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or City holiday, the return and payment shall be due on the first business day thereafter. Returns and payments are due immediately upon cessation of business for any reason and are delinquent thirty days thereafter. Each return shall be signed under penalty of perjury by a duly authorized agent of the operator. A return or payment made by mail shall be deemed received on the date shown on a postage cancellation stamp imprinted on the envelope in which the return or payment is received, or if a return or payment is made by means other than through the United States mail, a return or payment shall be deemed received on the date the payment is stamped "received" by the assessment administrator. Each assessment installment shall be subject to the same penalties and interest for nonpayment or fraud as are applicable to the transient occupancy tax pursuant to Chapter 3.20 of the Temecula Municipal Code. If any operator fails to make, within the required time, any report and remittance of the assessment installment or any required portion thereof, the assessment administrator shall proceed in such manner, as the assessment administrator deems best to obtain facts and information on which to base an estimate of the assessment installments due. As soon as the assessment administrator procures such facts and information as he or she is able to obtain upon which to base such estimate, the assessment administrator shall proceed to determine and assess against such operator the assessment installments, and applicable interest and penalties. In case such determination is made, the assessment administrator shall give a notice of the amount so assessed by serving it personally or by depositing it in the United States mail, postage prepaid, addressed to the subject operator at his last place of business known to the assessment administrator. The operator may make application for a hearing in the manner set forth in Section 3.20.100 of the Temecula Municipal Code, and, in such case, the provisions of such Section 3.20.100 of this title shall govern the application, hearing, and determination of the assessment installment, interest and penalties, if any, by the assessment administrator. An operator may appeal the determination of the assessment administrator to the City Council in the manner set forth in Section 3.20.110 of the Temecula Municipal Code and, in such case, the provisions of such Section 3.20.110 shall govern the appeal and the findings of the City Council, which findings shall be final and conclusive. The amount of assessment installments, and applicable penalties and interest shall be deemed a debt owed to the City by the operator of a Lodging Business. An action may be commenced in any court of competent jurisdiction in the name of the City for the amount of such debt. In addition to the assessment installments, penalties and interest, the operator shall be liable to the City for the costs of collection of the amounts due and the enforcement, including, without limitation, all reasonable attorney fees, staff time and other costs of collection and litigation. Conviction and punishment of any person for failure to comply shall not relieve such person from paying any assessment installment, penalty or interest due and unpaid at the time of such conviction nor shall payment prevent prosecution of a Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 10 violation of any of the above -described provisions. All remedies shall be cumulative and the use of one or more remedies by the City shall not bar the use of any other remedy. Any operator of a Lodging Business or other person who fails or refuses to furnish any return required to be made, or who fails or refuses to furnish a supplemental return or other data required by the assessment administrator, or who renders a false or fraudulent return or claim, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Any person required to make, render, sign or verify any report or claim, who makes any false or fraudulent report or claim with intent to defeat or evade the determination of any amount due pursuant to the renewed VTVTBID is guilty of a misdemeanor. The assessment shall be levied on each Lodging Business in the renewed VTVTBID and each such Lodging Business shall be solely responsible for paying all installments when due. Without disturbance of the foregoing, a Lodging Business may elect to recover some or all of the amount of the assessment from persons owing rent to the Lodging Business. The amount to be recovered from any such person may not exceed the amount of rent owed by that person, multiplied by four percent. The amount so recovered shall be separately identified or itemized on a document provided to that person. It shall be the duty of every operator of a Lodging Business to keep and preserve, for a period of three years, all records as may be necessary to determine the amount of the assessments due. The assessment administrator shall have the authority to require the maintenance of certain records and the form of such records and shall have the right to inspect such records at all reasonable times. Whenever the amount of any assessment installment, interest or penalty has been overpaid or paid more than once or has been erroneously or illegally collected or received by the City, it may be refunded provided a claim in writing therefor, stating under penalty of perjury the specific grounds upon which the claim is founded, is filed with the assessment administrator within one year of the date of payment. The claim shall be on forms furnished by the assessment administrator. No refund shall be paid unless the claimant established his right thereto by written records showing entitlement thereto. D. Service Plan Budget and Programs to be Provided: Service Plan Budget Summary - Fiscal Years 2020-2025 A summary of the annual service plan budget for the renewed VTVTBID is provided on the following pages. The total five ( 5 ) year improvement and service plan budget is projected at approximately $1,720,000 annually. E. Annual Service Plan: The overarching message of the marketing program and some of its elements have been set out in this Plan; the remaining details of the program will be developed by the City -appointed Owners' Association, which is answerable to the City Council. A service plan budget has been developed to deliver services throughout the VTVTBID. An annual service plan and budget will be developed and approved by the VTVTBID Owners' Association. Please see the budget exhibit below. The budget also includes a portion for contingencies and further renewal of the District. Should the VTVTBID Owners' Association approve, funds may be appropriated for the renewal effort. If there are funds remaining at the end of the renewed VTVTBID term and the Owner's Association chooses to renew, these remaining funds will be transferred to the renewed Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 11 VTVTBID in accordance with the 1994 Law. Otherwise, any remaining funds will be spent consistent with this Plan or returned to assessed businesses in equal proportions to the assessment paid by each business. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Annual Budget, Years One through Five SALES and MARKETING — 80% ADMINISTRATIVE and OPERATIONS —13% Office Administration/OperationalExpenses Legal/Accounting CITY ADMINISTRATION FEE — 2% CONTINGENCY/RENEWAL - 5% Total Projected Revenue $1,376,000.00 $223,600.00 $34,400.00 $86,000.00 $1,720,000.0 The City Council hereby directs the implementation of a coordinated program of promotions. By adopting this Management District Plan, the City Council establishes programs that include the messages specified herein as may be modified by the City Council. This Management District Plan sets forth the following contemplated activities for each year of operation of the renewed VTVTBID: Sales and Marketing A sales and marketing program will promote the Temecula Valley as a tourist destination for the benefit of the Lodging Businesses in the City of Temecula. The sales and marketing program will have a central theme of promoting the Temecula Valley and Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country as desirable place to visit, and may include the following activities: • Internet marketing efforts to increase awareness and optimize internet presence; • Print ads in magazines and newspapers targeted at potential visitors; • Television ads targeted at potential visitors; • Radio ads targeted at potential visitors; • Attendance of trade shows; • Sales blitzes; • Familiarization tours; • Preparation and production of collateral promotional materials such as brochures, flyers and maps; • Attendance of professional industry conferences and affiliation events; Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 12 • Lead generation activities designed to attract tourists and group events to Temecula Valley; • Director of Sales and General Manager meetings to plan and coordinate tourism promotion efforts; • Education of hospitality staff on service designed to create a visitor experience that will bring repeat visits; and • Education of Lodging Business management and the Owners' Association on marketing strategies best suited to meet the Temecula Valley's needs. Special -Projects Special projects funding will be utilized to sponsor special events designed to attract visitors to the Temecula Valley. Administrative and Operations The administrative and operations portion of the budget shall be utilized for staffing costs, office costs, and other general administrative costs. City Administration Fee The City of Temecula shall be paid a fee equal to 2% of the amount of assessment collected with the boundaries of the renewed VTVTBID from the Lodging Businesses each fiscal year to cover its costs of collection and administration. F. Adjustments The City approved marketing plan shall remain consistent with the budgets above. Although actual revenues will fluctuate due to market conditions, the proportional allocations of the budget below shall remain the same. The VTV board shall have the authority to adjust budget allocations between the categories. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 13 VI. VTVTBID GOVERNANCE A. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business Improvement District Governance The City Council, through adoption of this Management District Plan, has the right, pursuant to Streets & Highways Code §36651, to identify the body that shall implement the proposed program. The Owners' Association of the renewed VTVTBID as defined in Streets & Highways Code §36614.5 is the body that shall implement the proposed program. The City Council appoints VTV to continue to serve as the Owner's Association for the renewed VTVTBID. B. Brown Act and California Public Records Act Compliance The Owners' Association is subject to government regulations relating to transparency, namely the Ralph M. Brown Act and the California Public Records Act, designed to promote public accountability. The owner's association of a tourism business improvement district is considered a legislative body under California's open meeting act, the Ralph M. Brown Act (Government Code §54950 et seq.). Thus, meetings of the VTV board must be held in compliance with the public notice and other requirements of the Brown Act. A majority of the Board may not hear, discuss, deliberate or take action on matters within the subject matter jurisdiction of the renewed VTVTBID except at a meeting complying with the requirements of the Brown Act. The Owner's Association is also subject to the record keeping and retention requirements of the California Public Records Act. C. Annual Report The VTV board shall present an annual report at the end of each year of operation to the Temecula City Council pursuant to Streets and Highways Code §36650. Per Section 36650, the City Council may approve the report as filed or modify it and approve it. Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 14 APPENDIX 1- LODGING BUSINESSES TO BE ASSESSED WITHIN THE RENEWED VTVTBID 1. Best Western Plus Hotel & Suites 41841 Moreno Road. Temecula C;\ 92590 2. Best Western Country Inn 27706 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 3. Embassy Suites Temecula 29345 Rancho California Rd. Temecula I CA 92591 4. Extended Stay America 27622 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 5. Fairfield Inn and Suites 27416 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 6. Hampton Inn and Suites 28190 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 7. Holiday Inn Express 27660 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 8. Home 2 Suites 28400 Rancho California Rd. Temecula CA 92590 9. La Quinta Inn & Suites 27330 Jefferson Rd. Temecula CA 92590 10. Motel 6 41900 Moreno Road Temecula CA 92590 11. Palomar Hotel 28522 Old Town Front St. Temecula CA 92590 12. Quality Inn Temecula 27338 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 13. Signature Inn 28980 Old Town Front St. Temecula CA 92590 14. Rancho California Inn 41873 Moreno Rd. Temecula CA 92590 15. Rodewa Inn 28718 Old Town Front St. Temecula CA 92590 16. Springhill Suites by Marriott 28220 Jefferson Ave. Temecula CA 92590 17. Temecula Creek Inn 44501 Rainbow Canyon Rd. Temecula CA 92592 18. The Hotel Temecula 42100 Main St. Temecula CA 92590 Visit Temecula Valley Tourism Business improvement District Management District Page 15 Item No. 8 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Council FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager DATE: November 12, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Community Service Funding Program for Fiscal Year 2019-20 (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Pro Tem Stewart and Council Member Edwards) PREPARED BY: Betsy Lowrey, Assistant to the City Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the community service funding allocation of $99,995 for Fiscal Year 2019-20 to fund 25 out of 33 grant applications received from nonprofit organizations. BACKGROUND: The City Council appointed Mayor Pro Tem James Stewart and Council Member Maryann Edwards to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Community Service Funding Ad Hoc Subcommittee to recommend grant fund allocations up to $5,000 per non-profit organization for programs that provide community services to the citizens of Temecula. The Community Service Funding Program adopted Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget is $100,000. The Community Service Funding Program information was e-mailed to non-profit organizations in the Temecula Valley area including all community -based charities in the City's database. In addition, advertisements were sent to the local media. The application and guidelines were also posted on the City's website and hard copies were made available at City Hall. A total of 33 applications from non-profit organizations were submitted to the City requesting a total of $158,900 in grant funding. The Ad Hoc Subcommittee, along with staff members, reviewed the requests for funding based on criteria previously adopted by the City Council to support non-profit organizations who offer community -wide services such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care. At this time, the Ad Hoc Subcommittee recommends that 25 organizations receive grant funding ranging from $959.00 to $4,784.00 each, totaling $99,995 of the available $100,000 budget. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds are available in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Community Service Funding line item 001.101.999.5267 in the amount of $99,995. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Application Summary 2. Applications COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 1 AMERICAN PATRIOT 40696 Via Jalapa Murrieta, 909-908-2480 MUSIC PROJECT CA 92S92 Antonio Y. Villegas Jr. TONY@AMERICANPATRIOT MUSIC.ORG 2 ANIMIAL FRIENDS OF 33751 Mission Trail Road THE VALLEYS Wildomar, CA 92595 I 3 ASSISTANCE LEAGUE 28720 Via Montezuma I OF TEMECULA VALLEY Temecula, CA 92590 1 4 BIRTH CHOICE CENTERS 41750 Winchester Road, Suite 0 Temecula, CA 92590 951-805-6239 Beth Soltysiak BETH@ANIMALFRIENDSOFT HEVALLEYS.COM 951-970-6034 Dorcas Shaktman DSHANKTMAN@VERIZON.N ET 951-296-3441 Janette Chun CONTACT@BIRTHCHOICE.CE NTER 5,000 VETERAN'S GUITAR BUILDING WORKSHOP. Provides therapy for injured veterans and/or first responders; physical or otherwise related to deployment to combat zone (1st responders experience the same type of injuries). Guitar Kits ($250/each) for a 10 person project $2,500 plus shipping cost of $700, Instructors $3,300 (4-day stay), and food costs $900. 5,000 SPAY/NEUTER VOUCHER PROGRAM. Help over 93 low income individuals in Temecula with veterinarian costs, pet pharmaceutical costs involved with surgery, post op care, and marketing costs. Spay/neuter surgeries cost on average $80+. Funding will help spay/neuter 62 pets. 5,000 FINANCIAL LITERACY CLASS/1-DAY WORKSHOP. Provided to TVUSD High School Juniors and Seniors (approximately 60 at -risk students). Temecula only. Funds ($85 /student) workbook, reference materials, class curriculum, breakfast and lunch, books entitled "Why Didn't They Teach Me This In School". 5,000 TOTAL CLIENT CARE PROGRAM (INCLUDING CLIENT CARE, EDUCATION, MATERIAL RESOUCES). CLIENT CARE: marketing & training materials, medical/office supplies, printing, nurse/advocate training materials, equipment purchase/repairs, database maintenance, office repairs; EDUCATION: meals for trainings, class materials, program evaluations; MATERIAL RESOUCES: bottles, diapers, wipes, formula, car seats, strollers, baby swings, hygiene kits, & other mother/baby supplies. Streamlined program that empowers women and families with knowledge, skills and resources regarding their pregnancy outcome. $4,784 $4,784 $4,784 $4,784 ANNUAL CSF r, 00 rn ­1 ­1 ­1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O LL LL LL Did 1,000 5,000 not apply Did not apply 4,768.84 17 5,000 Did not apply 5,000 4,768.84 5,000 Did not apply COUNCIL CSF r, -1 O 00 ­1 O rn ­1 O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O LL LL LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did 500 Did not not apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did 4,500 2,000 not apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 ­1 ­1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) O O O O N N N N LL LL LL LL Did Did not not apply apply Did Did not not apply apply Did Did Did I Did not not not not apply apply apply apply 8,283 5,345 7,961 5,538 Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 1 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 5 �B'NAICHAIM 29500 Via Princesa Murrieta, CA 92563 6 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB PO BOX 892349 I(BGC) OF SOUTHWEST Temecula CA 92589 COUNTY 7 CADENZA STRING ORCHESTRA 8 CANINE SUPPORT (TEAMS INC. 31927 Corte Pollensa Temecula, CA 92592 PO BOX 891767 Temecula, CA 92589 0: 951-677-7350 5,000 MOVIES (AND LECTURE SERIES) AT THE CHAIM $0 C: 760-889-6395 COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER. B'nai Chaim is a full Suzanne Suster service independent Synagogue. This program is SUEKSUSTER@GMAIL.COM open to the public (not only for congregation) and attended by 50-70 Temecula residents. Funding helps Monthly Movie night (with snacks and drinks). They would like to improve security so all feel safe. Blinds, security cameras (because of religious prejudice), building repairs, etc. 951-699-1526 x 111 5,000 ULTIMATE STEM PROGRAM. After school and $4,784 Shelly Anguiano Figueroa summer camp program. Lego robotics; magnet SHELLYF@BGCSWC.ORG slime; homemade catapults; edible science and cool chemistry. Funds will be used to purchase computer equipment and STEM supplies (school - type project -building supplies) providing Temecula youth (after school and during Summer Camp) an opportunity to enrich their science, technology, engineering, math skills through hands-on activities and computer technology. 951-204-1292 5,000 CHANGING STUDENT LIVES THROUGH MUSIC $0 Mr. Sandiwa (Sandi) de EDUCATION. Helps 25 Temecula disadvantaged Rosario students perform recitals and concerts for seniors, CADENZA.SCHOOL.OF.MUSI veterans, churches, nonprofits and the general C@GMAIL.COM public. Funding instrument rental, travel costs (orchestra), music copies, lectures, workshops, and maintenance of instruments. 951-294-1227 5,000 SERVICE DOGS FOR DISABLED PERSONS. $4,784 Sally Wing Offset the expenses of providing specially trained MARKETING@CANINESUPP service dogs to up to three (3) Temecula residents: ORTTEAMS.ORG food & training treats, veterinary care, spay/neuter, routine vaccinations, monthly flea/tick control, training certification from American Kennel Club, CST branded vest, harness, collars, leashes. ANNUAL CSF r, 00 rn ­1 ­1 ­1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O LL LL LL Did Did 1,000 not not apply apply 0 1 5,0001 5,000 Did I Did I Did not not not COUNCIL CSF r, O 00 O rn O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O LL LL LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did 2,500 1,500 not apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 1-1 O 00 r 1 O rn r 1 O o N O N N N N lD c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O a) c-I O LL LL LL LL Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply 0 5,345 7,961 5,538 Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply 2,556 Did 5,583 5,538 not apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 2 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 9 CHARITY FOR CHARITY 27479 Ynez Road i Temecula, CA 92S91 10 CHOICE PROGRAM INC. 951-777-8277 Charity Prestifilippo CHAR ITYFORCHARITY07@G MAI L.COM 30847 Highland Vista Circle 817-729-6272 Temecula, CA 92S91 James Cooley JAM ESCOOLEY145@G MAI L COM I 11 COMMUNITY MISSION 41760 Rider Way OF HOPE Temecula, CA 92590 RANCHO COMMUNITY REFORMED CHURCH 12 THE EMPOWERMENT 27262 Via Industrial CENTER (TEC) Temecula, CA 92590 951-634-4330 Maegan Bourlett MAEGAN.BOURLETTE@CM OH.NET 951-514-2939 x107 Teresa Lewis TLEWIS@THEEMPOWERME NTCENTERINTL.COM 5,000 STARS OF THE VALLEY (SOTV) ANNUAL GALA COSTS. Program to fulfill wishes to individuals with life threatening or traumatic injuries. Covering the cost to print the SOTV program distributed to 500+ people with one dedicated full page to promote Love Temecula Celebrating 30 Years. 5,000 CHOICE PROGRAM. To inspire, instruct, and engage youth In leadership and character building activities; encourage civic and social responsibilities. Monthly youth leadership breakfast, motivational seminars for elementary/middle/high school students, food, t-shirts, journals, printing and rental space. 5,000 HOMELESS PREVENTION. Funding rental assistance for Temecula residents who have been given notice to vacate and are facing the potential of homelessness. Will help 4-10 people/families stay in their homes at $S00 - $1,000 per person (depending on need). 5,000 YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY. Helping at -risk youth in Temecula Valley defined as low income; abused/neglected; removed from home; displaying behavioral disturbances. Three -tiered structure: Money Matters (4 week series); Strengths (Navigate Complex life circumstances); FOUND (Monthly talent showcases to build self esteem and character. Funding food & beverage, office supplies, program supplies, computer hardware/software, training supplies (junior achievement $500/kit) curriculum, equipment, program incentives, marketing for recruitment, printing, copies, toner, ink. ANNUAL CSF _ r, 00 rn O O O AWARD N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O N N N } } } LL LL LL • $p Did Did 2,500 not not apply apply $959 $4,784 $0 Did not apply Did not apply Did not apply Did 1,000 not apply 5,000 Did not apply Did Did not not apply apply COUNCIL CSF r, ­1 O 00 ­1 O rn ­1 O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O } LL } LL } LL 1,200 750 750 Did not Did Did apply not not apply apply Did Did 1,000 not not apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 r 1 r 1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) O O O O N N N N LL LL LL LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did not apply Did not apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did 5,538 not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 3 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 13 FALLBROOK HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION INC. dba FOUNDATION FOR SENIOR CARE PO BOX 2155 Fallbrook, CA 92088 760-723-7570 Keith Birkfeld KBIRKFELD@FOUNDATIONF ORSENIORCARE.ORG 14 FEEDING AMERICA 2950 Jefferson Ave, Suite A 951-359-4757 x 109 RIVERSIDE SAN Temecula, CA 92504-8320 Lori Butler BERNARDINO LBUTLER@FEEDING AMERICAIE.ORG 15 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INLAND VALLEY 16 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEYS 27475 Ynez Road #390 Temecula, CA 92591 25240 Hancock Ave. # 120 Murrieta, CA 92562 951-296-3362 Mary Stein MARY@ HABITATIV.ORG 951-200-7800 Melanie House MHOUSE@HOVSC.ORG ANNUAL CSF LU . , O 00 O rn O ",EQUESTED PROGRAM/PROJECTDESCRIPTION- 00 AWARDZ N c-I N n c-I N 00 c-I • O N O N O N • } LL r LL r LL 5,000 SENIOR CARE ADVOCATE PROGRAM. Free home $2,393 Did Did 2,500 visits and safety checks to Temecula seniors. not not In -home services to seniors that provides direct apply apply mobility/access support (ramps, grab bars) and distributes home safety kits and fall prevention measures (walkway lighting, walkers/ wheelchairs, smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors); connects seniors to national and local resources to help them age safely in place. 5,000 FUELING TEMECULA DISTRIBUTION. Alleviate Did $0 Did 0 hunger in Inland Empire. Offset fuel costs for not not delivering an estimated 819,000 pounds of food to apply apply 18,160 low-income Temecula residents. FARSB trucks pick up donations from donors, transport them to our warehouse, then deliver to non-profit partner charities in Temecula that distribute to needy. Fund fuel, oil, and transportation costs associated with distributing food to Temecula hunger -relief partners. $ 5,000 BRUSH WITH KINDNESS. Funding low-income $4,784 4,768.84 5,000 5,000 Temecula resident with low to no cost home repair/maintenance projects; minor home repairs and maintenance services with the goal of preserving home affordability: landscaping, weed abatement, exterior painting, fence work. 5,000 SENIOR ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. Funding used for $4,784 4,768.84 5,000 5,000 medical supplies, incontinence supplies, medical equipment (fully electric bed rentals and overbed tables) to keep patients comfortable, and patient medication copays. COUNCIL CSF r, O 00 O rn O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O U_ LL LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply Did apply Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, oo rn o 1-1 r 1 r 1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) c-I c-I c-I c-I O O O O LL LL LL LL Did Did Did Did not not not not apply I apply I apply I apply Did Did Did ' Did not not not not apply apply apply apply 25,000 I 27,162 I 31,842 I 0 0 I 5,3451 5,583 I 5,538 Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 4 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 17 JACOB'S HOUSE INC. 31525 Jedediah Smith Road 951-452-2627 Temecula, CA 92592 Martin Barrera-Martinez MARTIN @JACOBSH OUSETE MECULA.ORG 18 MICHELLE'S PLACE I 19 NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE (NCL) - MURRIETA-TEMECULA CHAPTER 5,000 JH OPERATIONS. Funds will support operational costs of culinary supplies/groceries, laundry services, utilities, property repairs/ maintenance, security & database systems, facility improvements, gardening/landscaping, residential & office supplies. This funding will help serve 250 Temecula guests who need a place to stay while caring for a loved one in the hospital. Examples: Temecula Senior citizens living in Assisted Living and transferred to hospital (allows family to visit and stay in town). Temecula residents in hospital (family from out of town may not always be able to stay at the residence of the citizen in hospital due to space or other reasons). $2,393 41669 Winchester Road 951-699-5455 5,000 CANCER RESOURCE CENTER. Funding will provide $4,784 Temecula, CA 92590 Kim Gerrish Temecula residents facing cancer with wigs, KIM@MICHELLESPLACE.OR prosthesis, hats, scarves, library books, material G supplies (for educational seminars), art, and haircuts. ANNUAL CSF � 00 rn r-1 r-1 —1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O N N N } LL } } LL LL 1,768.84 1 2,500 1 2,500 4,768.84 1 5,000 I 5,000 PO BOX 1562 951-514-5589 4,700 PHILANTHROPY SUPPORT PROJECT. Mothers and $0 1 Did Did Did Temecula, CA 92563 Jenni Holland Daughters work together for philanthropy support not not not TJHOLLAND@VERIZON.NET projects. Two projects: (1) serve the homeless with apply apply apply food, toiletries and blankets; (2) serve those in need of meals and necessities who families are in the hospital. JACOB's HOUSE ($2,100): landscape and gardening supplies, kitchen, bath and welcome supplies. PROJECT TOUCH ($2,500): toiletry items, kitchen and laundry supplies, blanket making supplies. ALSO: funding foldable plastic tables to prepare/serve food, making bags, cutting blankets ($100). COUNCIL CSF r-1 O 00 O rn O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O } LL } LL } LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply Did apply Did 3,000 not not apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 r-1 r-1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) c-I c-I c-I c-I O O O O LL LL LL LL Did Did Did Did not not not not apply I apply I apply I apply 8,283 ' 10,688 Did I Did not not apply apply Did Did I Did Did not not not not apply apply i apply apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 5 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 20 NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE (NCL) - TEMECULA CHAPTER 21 OUR NICHOLAS FOUNDATION ONF FOR AUTISM INC 22 RADY'S CHILDREN HOSPITAL PO Box 89131 949-813-4235 5,000 PAVE THE FUTURE. Mothers and Daughters work Temecula, CA 92589 Laura Page together for philanthropy support projects. SNIPAGE@YAHOO.COM Provide paving in the volunteer area of the Outreach Farm (a branch of Community Mission of Hope) and resurfacing CMOH's assembly line table booth. Specifically, fund leveling and paving with: pavers, base sand, washed sand, and equipment rental for an area of approximately 1,500 square feet. Fund resurfacing the assembly line table with Formica laminate (or similar) and cement spray adhesive. Volunteer weight station is uneven dirt and paving it will create a cleaner safer environment for 500 volunteers who use the area each month (90% live in Temecula). The assembly line wooden table at CMOH Distribution Center is used to put together bags of food and needs to be resurfaced to stay clean and sanitary. Resurfacing the wood tabletop with Formica. 31493 Rancho Pueblo Road 951-303-8732 $ #205 Mark Anselmo Temecula, CA 92592 INFO@OURNICK.ORG 3020 Children's Way MC 858-576-1700 x 268249 5150 Shelley Turner San Diego, CA 92123 SNTUNNER@RCHSD.ORG 5,000 BOWL WITH NICK, KICK WITH NICK. The only bowling league for those on the Autism spectrum in Temecula and the largest Autism -based soccer league in California. Funding will pay for bowling shoes, bowling lanes for 7 weeks, soccer jerseys, trophies and the end of the year season pizza party. 5,000 ALEXA'S PLAYC. Unique inclusion program designed to integrate autism and typical during early education. Funding will subsidize the cost of preschool tuition for five (5) Temecula children with autism spectrum disorder enrolled in the Alexa's Playc autism inclusion preschool in Southwest Riverside County. $0 $4,784 $4,784 ANNUAL CSF r, 00 rn ­1 ­1 ­1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O N N N } LL } } LL LL Did not apply 4,768.84 Did not apply Did not apply 5,000 Did not apply 5,000 5,000 Did not apply COUNCIL CSF r, ­1 O 00 ­1 O rn ­1 O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O } LL } LL } LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply 2,000 Did 3,000 not apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 r 1 r 1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) O O O O N N N N LL LL LL LL Did Did Did ' Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 6 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 23 RANCHO DAMACITAS PO BOX 890326 38950 Mesa Road THESSALONIKA Temecula, CA 92589 FAMILY SERVICES 24 REALITY RALLY INC. 41893 Niblick Rd Temecula, CA 92591 I 1 25 ROSE AGAIN FOUNDATION 26 ROTARY CLUB OF TEMECULA FOUNDATION 32039 Corte Sparkman Temecula, CA 92592 PO BOX 64 Temecula, CA 92593 27 SAFE ALTERNATIVES 28910 Pujol Street FOR EVERONE Temecula, CA 92590 951-302-2317 x 210 5,000 EMPOWERMENT VILLAGE. Provide safe, stable $4,784 Jeannette Stow housing for three (3) families for a minimum of one JEANNETTE@4KIDSFIRST.OR (1) year, funding: utility costs, food, transportation, G and childcare. 781-962-8234 5,000 REALITY RALLY. This event donates to Michelle's Gillian Larson Place. Funds to alleviate production costs: printing GILLIAN@REALITYRALLY.CO (with City of Temecula logo prominently placed), M event supplies, tables, chairs, backdrop poles, lighting towers. 951-970-2518 Rhonda Reinke RHONDA@ROSEAGAINFOU NDATION.ORG 951-294-2725 Leif Jacobsen SOCALJACOBSEN@GMAIL.0 OM 951-587-3900 Janelle Milburn JANELLEMILBURN@SAFEFA MILIESCA.ORG 5,000 KIDS SOAR PROGRAMS. Funds will be used to provide new clothing, shoes, basic necessities, school supplies, tutoring and extra curricular activities and camps to emergency placement foster children. 5,000 FOOD BASKETS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES. Funds will change lives by purchase of turkeys, hams, and gift cards to supplement food/gift baskets for students/families identified by TVUSD, military families, veterans and seniors in Temecula. 5,000 SAFE EMERGENCY & BASIC NEEDS. Grant funds will help SAFE provide Temecula residents that experience violence and need of help with basic needs and safety. Funds will purchase gift cards from large retail stores: grocery, gas, hotel, transportation assistance for adults and children experiencing abuse. $0 $4,784 $4,784 $4,784 ANNUAL CSF r, 00 rn r-1 r-1 -1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O N N N } LL } } LL LL 1,768.84 1 5,000 1 5,0001 Did Did not not apply apply 9 1,768.84 1 5,000 I 5,0001 4,768.84 1 5,000 I 5,0001 1,768.84 1 2,5001 5,0001 COUNCIL CSF r, O 00 O rn O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O } LL } LL } LL 2,000 Did Did not not apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply 6,500 6,250 3,500 Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 r-1 r-1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) c-I c-I c-I c-I O O O O LL LL LL LL Did Did Did Did not not not not apply I apply I apply I apply Did Did Did I Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did 3,206 Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did I Did not not not not apply apply apply apply 8,2831 10,688 I 5,5831 5,538 Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 7 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING (CSF) GRANT PROGRAM - FY 2019-2020 Account No. 001-101-999-5267 28 SANTA ROSA PLATEAU PO BOX 941 NATURE EDUCATION Murrieta, CA 92564 FOUNDATION 29 SPECIAL OLYMPICS 41880 Kalmia Street #155 SOUTHERN Murrieta, CA 92562 CALIFORNIA - INLAND EMPIRE 30 SPERO VINEYARDS INC 2076 Lincoln Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103 31 TEMECULA VALLEY PO BOX 631 ART LEAGUE Temecula, CA 92590 I' _ 32 TEMECULA VETERANS 28075 Diaz Road IOF FOREIGN WARS Temecula, CA 92590 (VFW) #4089 33 WOUNDED PO BOX 1385 AMERICAN VETERANS Temecula, CA 92593 EXPERIENCE SCUBA (WAVES) PROJECT INC 909-732-2209 Ginger Greaves EXECDIRECTOR@SRPNEF.OR G 951-703-6508 Ms. Abbey Leffler ALEFFLER@SOSC.ORG 213-605-2345 Mark Woodsmall SPEROVINEYARDS@GMAIL COM 951- 246-2435 Marilyn Datimer MARILEDSARK@AOL.COM 951-676-1541 Bryon Lively BRYON.LIVE LY@GMAIL.CO M 951-233-1874 Barbara Rubin BARBARA@WAVESPROJECT. COM ANNUAL CSF � 00 rn ­1 ­1 ­1 O O O N N N tD 1, 00 c-I c-I c-I O O O N N N } LL } } LL LL 3,000 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PATHWAY 3RD 11 $2,3931 0 1,000 2,500 GRADE. Provides adventurous learning experiences teaching about plants, animals, ecosystems and habitat as the SRP and places like it. Funds will cover costs of round-trip transportation to the SRP for TVUSD 3rd grade students. (Other grades possibly as well.) 2,500 SPECIAL OLYMPICS SPORTS PROGRAMS. A grant $2,393 2,268.84 2,500 2,500 will fund existing direct program costs including transportation and registration costs for athletes to attend SUMMER GAMES. $ 3,700 THE SPERO PROJECT. Training young adults with Did $2,393 Did 1,000 disabilities in essential skills to better equip not not themselves to gain employment in Temecula Wine apply apply Country. Grant funds to purchase equipment from local businesses to expand training in harvest and basic fermentation. 5,000 FINE ART CLASSES. Grant funds will be used to $959 Did Did 0 equip and purchase art supplies and venue rent for not not teaching art workshops to young artists and apply apply handicapped artists, especially those that show potential. $ 5,000 VETERANS SERVICES OUTREACH. Provide turkeys Did Did Did $4,784 for Thanksgiving assistance to Veterans/Service not not not Members and families with funeral costs, utilities, apply apply apply and groceries. 5,000 SCUBA TRAINING FOR WOUNDED VETERANS. $4,784 4,768.84 5,000 5,000 Transportation (ground, boat, air) to dive sites, SCUBA equipment, personal gear and protective clothing, dive professionals to lead training/ support divers, lodging and meals at overnight dive sites, training materials. There are currently 13 Temecula families who participate with an 1. additional four waiting to schedule training. $ 99,995 1 $ - I T158,900 COUNCIL CSF r, O 00 O rn O N N N i0 c-I O 1, c-I O 00 c-I O } LL } LL } LL Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply 1,000 Did Did not not apply apply Did Did Did not not not apply apply apply CDBG 1, 00 rn o 1-1 r 1 r 1 N O O O O N N N N lD 1, 00 a) c-I c-I c-I c-I O O O O LL LL LL LL Did Did Did Did not not not not apply I apply I apply i apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did I Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Did Did Did Did not not not not apply apply apply apply Legend: 0 = Applied and Not Awarded Funding 8 FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING I GRANT APPLICATION # 1 AMERICAN PATRIOT MUSIC PROJECT w (formerly Phoenix Patriot Foundation) CFrYOFTEMECUTA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SER%9CE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROTECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $5000.00 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title -Veterans. Guitar Bldg W/S Start Date:6/20/2020 End Date: 0/28/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: American Patriot MUSIC Project Mailing Address Murrieta, CA 92562 [ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: American Patriot MUSIC Year Organization Founded:2019 Website:americanpatriotmusic.org Number of Paid Staff:1 Number of Volunteers: 35 Contact Name: Antonio Y. Villegas, Jr Title/Pos_ Executive Dir. Contact Person's Email Address: tony@americanpatriotm Telephone Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula, Murrieta & SoCal I.E. Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Agree Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) N/A NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? YesX No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: 10/0 1 /2018 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http:llaofas.irs.00vlatrolecasl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: httlas:/lwww.fLb.ca.cloy/online/self serve entity status letter/index.asp Attach first page only ^of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: http://rct. doi.ca.uov/Verification/Wal`/Searcli.asox'?facilitv=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoX Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? NoX Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large I FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTIIER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes_ If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? CSF 18/19 STEM Guitar Building Project Jan 2019 $5000.00 CSF 17/18 Phoenix Patriot Foundation Music Program Dec 2017 $1 000.00 $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. The Objective will be to provide therapy for injuries to Veterans such as PTSD, MST or physical injuries related to Deployment to a comabt zone or actual combat. For our First Responder's suffering same typE of injuries recieved through their daily job duties. City of Temecula Community service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Veterans Guitar Bldg W/S is To Provide therapy for injuries Project(Program Tiffe to Veterans and/or First Responder's whether physical or otherwise related to deployment to a combat zone or actual combat. For First Responder's the same type of injuries related to their type of work. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, American Patriot Music Project will spend the grant funds on STEM provides Nonprofit Name guitar kits ($250.00 each) for a 10 person project. Kits and shipping costs = $700.00. Three Instructors = $3,300.00 (4 day stay), food costs = $1020.00. We will continue to work with the vendor Creative Catering for food over the 4 day event. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by No fees for the participants. Each participant will build & take home a completed electric guitar. STEM also provides a guitar case, a Tuner & mini amp. APMP will provide guitar lessons at no cost if a participant chooses. The paticipant also receives training in woodworking, electronics, mathmatics applications and a 2 day CNC course 6/20 - 6/23 prior to the workshop, to design and cut a guitar body. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program:10 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program. 10 + 5 mentors City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Per item 2, The expenses are broken down. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to $5,WO) $ 5000.0 exceed Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 200.0 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 0 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 2020.0 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 0 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant, however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $3200.01 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 11020.0( Marketing Expense For Project/Program $200.00 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $500.00 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $0 Other Expense For Project/Program s3300.01 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $8220.0 $8220.0I City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: a, Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. 4 Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. w Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. Q The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. h Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. p If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: _ 64 t .t c, � d i �r �7-- MAILING ADDRESS: TONE: J i c� 2�: t 7 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: rint Name All Print Name d1P -1�5<:, b!--0 EMAILAIelP1CAS -1-tztci-r MU51<, arzo Title DATE: Q �� (Month, Day, Year) Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 NT fp 1RS IINTERNAL REVENUE THE SERVICERY CINCINNATI OH 45999-0023 AMERICAN PATRIOT MUSIC PROJECT DARRIN ISHAM TEMECULA, CA 92592 Date of this notice: 08-22-2018 iWI& ntification Number: Form: SS-4 Number of this notice: CP 575 A For assistance you may call us at; 1-800-829-4933 IF YOU WRITE, ATTACH THE STUB AT THE END OF THIS NOTICE. WE ASSIGNED YOU AN EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER lijilft for applying for an Employer Identification Number (EIN). We assigned you EIN This EIN will identify you, your business accounts, tax returns, and documents, even if you have no employees. Please keep this notice in your permanent records. When filing tax documents, payments, and related correspondence, it is very important that you use your EIN and complete name and address exactly as shown above. 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If you want a legal determination of your tax classification, you may request a private letter ruling from the IRS under the guidelines in Revenue Procedure 2004-1, 2004-1 I.R.B. 1 (or superseding Revenue Procedure for the year at issue). Note: Certain tax classification elections can be requested by filing Form 8832, Entity Classification Election. See Form 8832 and its instructions for additional information. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR S CORPORATION ELECTION: If you intend to elect to file your return as a small business corporation, an election to file a Form 1120-5 must be made within certain timeframes and the corporation must meet certain tests. All of this information is included in the instructions for Form 2553, Election by a Small Business Corporation. 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CP 575 A 9999999999 Your Telephone Number Best Time to Call DATE OF THIS NOTICE: 08-22-2018 ( ) - EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: - FORM: SS-4 NOBOD INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE AMERICAN PATRIOT MUSIC PROJECT CINCINNATI OH 45999-0023 o DARRIN ISHAM Q HELPQ Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > American Patriot Music Project a il;- American Patriot Music Project EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Publication 78 Data o MENU Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Page Last Reviewed or Updated. 6-Sept-2019 OIM OurAgency About IRS r'► Share Print 9113 @ in a 0 Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites Taxpayer Bill of Respond to a Espanol U.S. Treasury Rights Notice I-1 L.A w FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE VALLEYS CI'IT'it' OF TEME,Ci]LA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 j PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION i Amount Requested: $5,000 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Spay/neuter Voucher Progran Start Date.-12/15/2019 End Date: 3/1 /2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Animal Friends of the Valleys Mailing Address: 33751 Mission Trail Rd. Wildomar, Ca. 92595 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Animal Friends of the V Year Organization Founded: 1987 Website: animalfriendsofthevalleys.cor Number of Paid Staff:88 Number of Volunteers: 4596 Contact Name: Beth Soltysiak Title/Position: Dir. of Development Contact Person's Email Address: beth anima lfriendsofthf#elephone: Val, %XIYS Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: emecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address)_ RL-'C I;lt^f) NONPROFIT STATUS —ITY WIANAGER'E' Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yesx No (If No, then ineligible to rec6 etd[tVFunding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: Federal Identification Number. State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http:/Iapps.irs.gov/appleos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: htips://www.ftb.r-a.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt ://rct.doi.ca. ov/VerificationMleb/Search.as x?facilit =Y �St�c— kTtACfW-- 6 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoX Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? NoX Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS J Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. ' CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES II Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? NoX Yes__ If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month +Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. AFV is dedicated to promoting humane care of animals through education and animal service programs. Through education and involvement, AFV will reach our vision of reducinq pet overpopulation and findirn a loving and forever hme for all adoptable pets that come throuqh our doors. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Spay/neuter Voucher Program is Project/Program Title ta44d r ke 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Animal Friends Of the Valleys _will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name .� ,A+a C� 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: City of Tamari iln C.nmmi iniht ..'Pn/I! P R indinn (rant APPI IrATIr1N Pon. Z of 7 Grant Funding Project/Program Description 1) Briefly describe What the project /program is The City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support The Temecula Spay/Neuter Voucher Program is a voucher program exclusive to the residents in the city of Temecula. One of society's ills is the overpopulation of small domestic animals. One of our missions is to help curb over population in the cities we serve by mandating spay/neuter surgeries. Many animals end up at our doorstep because of the lack of spay and neutering. Many puppy and kitten litters who are abandoned after birth end up at the shelter. A voucher program will help low-income Temecula residents pay for spay /neuter costs. Those awarded a voucher within the city limits will have to prove income and Temecula residency. 2) Describe How your Organization will spend the grant funding(if Awarded) Include Equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded Animal Friends of the Valleys will spend the grant funds on AFV veterinarian costs, pet pharmaceutical costs involved with surgery and post op care by our vet technicians along with marketing costs. AFV offers low-cost surgeries already but sadly many low-income individuals are living pay check to pay check and the animals are the ones that suffer. Spay/neuter surgeries on average cost around $80.00 and sometimes exceeds over $100 depending on pre -op health off the animal. Many individuals and Families find this an expense they cannot afford. The voucher will cover the Cost of the surgery. This voucher program will help over 166 people Spay and Neuter their pets, which will stop on the average of 830 extra animals roaming the streets of Temecula. 3) If Awarded, explain how the grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula Residents Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by having proof of Temecula residency and income mandatory before a voucher is allocated. Many low-income families and homeless individuals have pets as protection and companionship. These pets definitely need to be spay/ neutered before their litters end up in boxes on Temecula Roadways. This is a problem in the Temecula area. We need your help, to help the city with nuisance and animal related police calls. This is a win win for the city of Temecula and helping end pet overpopulation. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/ Program 166 people and over 830 unwanted pets. 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applica ions, including yours, submitted to the City Council. i. ar 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) REVENUES $5,000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization I $ Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 2500 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 500 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM1$8000 EXPENSES $3553 $224 $286 $1537 $2259 $ 141 $8000 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 Estimated number of Volunteers involved in the project Over 200 Temecula residents and high school teens. 4) Summary Statement: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded) Pet -overpopulation is a constant problem we face, and with funding from the City of Temecula, we can make a significant impact in that City. Many low- income Temecula residents would alter their pets if the cost were reduced or eliminated. 5) PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET SEE ATTACHED SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: ■ Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. ■ The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. ■ The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Animal Friends of the Valleys MAILING ADDRESS: J i J I r l Ss � r PHONE: lE N-�MAIL: 61601 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Beth Soltysiak Director of Development Print Name Title SIGNAT k" tY' DATE: 6 (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: _ Prins ie Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding 'Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 IHTERN=L REVENOE SERVICE STRTC7 DIR =OR COT'?-Y,-IA MONTFRF:Y PF_RK, CA 91--/54 ELSTNORE ANIMAL FRIENDS PO BOX 1143 LPJ'72 FLSTNORE, CA 9`531-1143 P. P a r rp p 1 i can t ; DEPAR'IIVITENT (3'7 THE Employer Identific:!ot—Jon Numi--) Contact Person, JOALqNA -YAWMEY Contact Tele hope Number: Our L e -- t-- e r 1) a t a (-,' : , . TanUary 28, 1953 Addendum Appi&,--; 110 This M()Gifie,-, Our. letter Of the abo-,.re dare in which we stated cliac y,-)tl would be ureated as an organization that is, not a private foundation until expi.l-acioli Of your advarice ruling period. status uncle: Section 501(a) of the Internal R(�-',- Coile c-g-anization described in sf-,cti(- -)1-1 501(c) (3) is still, in effect. 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Federal UneMnlOyment T--,.-N Tau a-aa re-ctill-ed try filC, Form, 99t, k);jjy If your g�:05.s L, r1ormally inor-L 1.11all $25,(,00, rol: gwid&ncu, ill detertainilig i;Jrc- "IMrinally" more- t1liAIJ $Z5,000, See the, in5t"CL-Ioni. Pt-.,Ftj jl—t Ef a return iF required, it: must, be f12'1 -'y oe ISM day rit r.homf tiiztj afct.-r tho end of yuu,, ajan"61 aCCOUnt-iTirl 1-eLod. A penalLy of -"[0 Ve[ L.1-D jS f L 10d late, Unless there is reaea[labl r r:'4 & I -A" How" J - th'F Waxig" tm pe—a I ty charled carinat z, X-:ee cl $--" 0 jo OUT UEOS-s r-et'�iyjrs for the yeal," so J;Aea8e !ate StetYOW ic- -in, thie he:adinq of an aiden,--lo'rr C,7r 1:1 F;�'J,2rar,-Ur: �-ncicEied i,,i all llll7�-CJL;ftl Q_I-t of tra-� L�= r, t e r 1050 (DO (,C(; ; L al I e E F S - 3-1 t a c i cLbo V- M Form 990 Department of the Treasury Internai Revenue Service Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. ► Go to www.rrs.gov1Fonn990 for instructions and the latest information. OMB No. 1545-0047 2017 Open to Public A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax Year beginning 0 7 - 01 2017, and andin 0 6 - 3 0 , 2018 B Check if applicable: C Name oforganixatton ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE VALLEYS INC D Employer Identification no. ❑ Address change DOing business as ❑ Name change Number and street (or P_O- box if mail is not delivered to street address) Room/suite E Telephone number ❑ Initial return 33751 MISSION TRAIL (951)674-0618 ❑ Final return/terminated City or town, state or province, country, and ZIP or foreign postal code G Gross receipts ❑ Amended return WILDOMAR CA 92595-8430 $ 4, 700, 629 ❑ Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: TAMMI BOYD H(a) Is (his a group return for subordinates? ❑ Yes ® No SAME AS C ABOVE H(b) Are all subordinates included? ❑ Yes ❑ No I Tar•exempt status: ® 504c)(3) ❑ so1(c) ( ) / (insert ne,) ❑ 4947(a)(1) or ❑ 527 If "No," attach a list- (see instructions) J website: ► WWW. ANIMALFRIENDSOFTHZVALLEYS . COM H(cl Group exomolion number ► K Form of orgrinlLatian: ® COrpomvort 11 Trust Association ❑ Other ► L Year of formation: 1987 1 M State of legal domicile: CA Part I L Summary 1 Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities: DEDICATED TO PROMOTING HUMANE CARE OF ANIMALS m THROUGH EDUCATION AND A HUMANE, PRO -ACTIVE ANIMALS SERVICES PROGRAM COMMITTED TO m PREVENTING THE SUFFERING OF ANIMALS AND TO ENDING PET OVERPOPULATION C 0 2 Check this box ► ❑ if the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 a) . . . . . 3 5 m . . . . . . . . 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b) . . . . . . . . 4 5 :s ....... 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) . . . . . ... .... .. . . . . . . . . 5 101 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3, 808 a 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 . . . . . . . . . - 7a 0 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34 716 0 Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417,296 609, 609 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,659,386 3,860,778 c 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 635 45, 388 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and Ile) . . . . . . 49,419 59,425 4,164,735 4,575,200 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 throl.0h 11 muste ual Part Vlll,.column (A), line 12) 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3) 0 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) . . . _ .... . 0 w 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) 2, 591, 595 2, 706, 006 = 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line Ile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 CL b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) 1-143, 010 x w 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11a-11d, 11f-24e) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,479,764 1,871,928 4,071,3591 4,577,934 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12 93,376 Beginning of Current Year (2,734) End of Year _ N u 20 Total assets (PartX, line 16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,609,582 4, 634,767 a"a 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 484,609 512,528 4 , 124, 973 4, 122, 239 ILL 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20 Part 111. Signature Block Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than officer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge. TAMMI BOYD 05-15-2019 Sign Signature of officer Date Here TAMMI BOYD, PRESIDENT Type or print name and title PrintlType preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check ® if PTIN Paid KRISTINE M ANDERSON 7-12-2019 self-emoloyed Preparer Firm's name ► ANDERSON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Flrm's EIN ► Use Only Firm'saddress ► 17620 GRAND AVENUE Phone no Lake Elsinore CA 92530-5914 1 951-678-2165 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? see instructions . ® Yes ❑ No For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Form 990 (2017) EEA I ti 0 N s d U ca U N O N cu E E O U N O_ E N O 3 3 3 a L FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF TEMEC 1 CYff OF"TE-M ECUL/1 FISCAL. YEAR 2019 a 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLF', a,,,`I_.ION ]''�y �'y® (Please Print or Type) ® �g �'9 DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: $5000 PROJECT/PROGRAM[ INFORMATION (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Changing student lives -Financial Literacy Class Start Date: August 2019 End ®ate: April 202O If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Assistance League of Temecula Valley Mailing Address: 21120 Via Montezuma Temecula, CA 92590 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Assistance League of Temecula Valley 1989 pP g �.�. Year Organization Founded: Website: http://assistanceleague.orgllemecula-valley Number of Paid Staff: 0 Number of Volunteers: 250 Contact Name. Dorcas Shaktman Title/Position: VP of Finance Contact Person's Email Address: Telephone:-_ Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula, CA 92590-2510 Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula, CA 92590 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of incorporation as a No 15 Jun 1989 0 Federal Identification Number State Identification Number Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State 1 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http:l__!ar? ads irs.gov/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://Wvvvv.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entit status ietterlindex.asf) 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of det, about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt .//rct.doi-ca. ov/VerificationMel `3/Search.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 I Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No x Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X — Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors x Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. C[TI' OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER. SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No Yes x If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded b the City Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi y y p p Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? CDBG 2019-2020 Operation School Bell $ 5000 Literacy Classes for TEMECULA HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING ED. STUDENTS $ 5 0 00 CS IFInancial MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Mission: Assistance League of Temecula Valley, a chapter of the National Assistance League, is a nonprofit volunteer philanthropic organization dedicated to serving the needs of families in Southwest Riverside County. Programs include Operation School Bell, Chapters for Children, Operation Community Outreach, Operation Foster Youth, Operation Bear Hug, Operation Nonprofit Partnerships, Operation Scholarships & ASSISTEENS. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. I. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Changing student lives -Financial Literacy Class is a 1-day on campus conference Project/Program Title provided to (4) TVUSD high school at -risk juniors and seniors. The curriculum includes goals and budgeting, banking basics, identify theft, credit, car costs, job search, interviewing and college prep. The class is taught by volunteer instructors and workplace professionals. Increase in knowledge is determined by pre and post testing and class evaluation. In 2018/2019 school year, 120 Temecula students completed the class. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Assistance League of Temecula Valley changing lives of will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name 60 junior and senior at -risk high school students (Temecula ONLY) enrolled in the Financial Literacy-1 day workshop. The workshop includes a workbook for each student with real life examples, reference materials, a full class curriculum, taught by volunteer educators and workplace professionals. In addition, breakfast and lunch are served. Incentives are awarded for participation and learning, as well as a graduation certificate. Cost per student is approximately $ 85.00 each and books are purchased for each student titled" Why didn'tthey teach me this in school?'. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by changing lives of 60 junior and senior students in TVUSD The percentage of increase in learning from pre -test to post test had the following results and impact on students: Chaparral High School 27.9%; Great Oak High School 21,6% ;Rancho Vista High School 16.1% and Temecula Valley High School 41.6% improvement in learning and comprehension of subject matter. 88% of students state in the evaluation that the materials are easily understood; 95%value the workshops since this type of class is NOToffered in high school; 80% plan on going to college and students stated "they would pay MORE attention to their financial history, credit scores, checking and savings, Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 280-TOTAL Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program� 25 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council, Changing student lives -Financial Literacy Class provides the basics of financial literacy to at -risk TVUSD Junior and senior students. Funds used to provide Workbooks, Books, Meals, Completion Ceremony. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula 1$ Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) 5000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 10000 i Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 10000 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 25000 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 25000 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Food Expense For Project/Program J $4500 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $20500 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET .FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $ 50000 $ 0 $ $ 50000 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted frorn this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Assistance League of Temecula Valley Name of ProjectlProgram: Amount of Grant Fund .Awarded: $ - Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted u Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program b names/addresses ar available, it Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter IEHSE f]l[aCh 1 $ 2 lAPOL, 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ $ 6 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the Cites City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE: The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. + Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately, • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • 'The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Assistance League of Temecula Valley MAILING ADDRESS: 28720 Via Montezuma Temecula, CA 92590 PHONE: 1 EMAIL: PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Dorcas Shaktman, VP of Finance SIGNATURE: / J DATE' 1F DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Nonprofit Growth & Grants- Grant Writer APPICATION PREPARED BY: p ! City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Showing 1-1 results of 1 Sort by: Name A-Z Assistance League Of Temecula Valle EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Items per page: 25 V v Return to Top Additional information • FEgquenfiv a5ked questions - Exempt Organizations Select Check • Revoc tion f 3 Determinations • Sus pan ion s Pu rsuant to C ode S ction 501 • Exeuigt Organizations Business Master-FileMaster-File Extr ct E BM>~ : a list of organizations recognized as exempt by the IRS • Tax Exempt aniz i on Search: Bulk Data ❑ wn o ds Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 6-Jul-2018 IT,1, 1- g OurAgency About IRS Work at IRS Help It♦ Share 9 Print 930@ina ra Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites Taxpayer Bill of Respond to a Espanol U.S. Treasury Rights Notice EP�Z Treasury Taxpayer Office of Appeals Inspector General Advocate Service for Tax Identity Theft Administration Accessibility Protection PyCCW STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD FTB PO BOX942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 L� Entity Status Letter Date: 9/2/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: Entity Name: ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF TEMECULA VALLEY ® 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ® 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m, to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) �r� Form 990 in[crarr11 aonua STreasury A For the 2017 calendar Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Undersactiun SRI(c), 5w, or4947(a)(1) oftho Intemal Revenue Cude (except prime foundations) 01 Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. ' Go to www,1rs.gov/Fonn990 for Instructions and the latest information. or tax year beginning 6/01 , 2017, and 9 Check if applicable. C Address change ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF TEMECULA VALLEY Name change 28720 VIA MONTEZUMA Initial return TFWCULA■ CA 92590-2510 Final return/terminated Amended return Application pending F Name and -address of principal officer: SAME AS C ABOVE 1 Tsix•itxamptstatus N 5111(cJ[3} 501{c] ( )� [insartno.) 4947(a)(1)or J Website: ► WWW-TE14ECULAVALLEY.ASSISTANCFLF.AMTP Mr. K Form of organlzalion: Trust I I Association I I Olher' OMB No.1545-0047 2017 W-4l]Ea number _ I G cross receipts $ 1,343, 8 66. H(a) Is this a group return for sub,"nteV Yes X No K(b) Are all mbrudinates beluded7 Yes No If 'No,' atladt a list. (sea !nstruo0ons) C Year of formatlon: 1 n number ► (ill State of legal domidle: UMMI summa 1 Briefly describe the organize on's mission or most significant activities:ASSSISTANCE LEAGUE OF TEMECULA VALLEY 07 IS A VOLUNTEER PRII-NTHROPTC_OR'GANIZATION DEDICATED .TO_ SERVING THE NEEDS Or _LT FA_MIES IN _Sb_DTEiWE_5T RIVCRSTiiE _CO(.TiIITy_._;1dfj- —N'Z- CRRS ARE COMMITTED TO CQM NIIIITY� — — — — S) E�VICI AN— D SPECIAL PROGRAMS TO HELP LOCAL CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NERDS -' 2 Check H11 es box ►Y�If the nrganlzation discontinued Its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. --- c5 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1a)................. .................. 3 13 °d 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b)..................... . . 4 49 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a).................... ...... 5 0 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) .................... 6 a 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Pali Vill, column (C), line 12.................. . ............... 7a 0. 2 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34 _........... , ... , .................. .. Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1 h). . ............................... _ _ _ ...... 9 Program service revenue (Part Vill, line 2g) . . .. . . . . .... . . . .. . . . . ... . . .. . „ _...... , _ s 10 Investment income (Part Vill, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d) ........... . . ............ 11 Other revenue (Part Vill, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and 11 e).......... 767,317. 854 775. 7,360. 465 . 111176. 423. 12 Total revenue — add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part Vill, column (A), line 12)... _. 775, 142 _ 866,374. 363, 319, 13 Grants aTid similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3)...... , .. , .. , ........ 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) ........................ .............. 335 987. >E 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10).... 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part 1X, column (A), line 11 e).......................... b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) F 187 204 . 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines lla-ild, )lf-24e)......................... 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)............. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12.. ... .......... _ 392, 688. 458, 857. 728 675.1 822, 1.76. 46,467. Beginningof Current Year 44,198w End of Year....... 858446.— L- § Am ALIZIM 20 Total assets (Part X, fine l 6)............................... . 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)............. _.... .. 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20.......... .. 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TMAo113L UW08117 Form 9911 (2017) B A FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # BIRTH CHOICE CENTERS CMOF T9EMECLILA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 CO,MM, UNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: $5,000 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Total Client Care Program Start Date: 7/1 /2019 End Date: 6/30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Birth Choice Centers Inc. Mailing Address a"5° Winchester Rd Suite Temecula CA 92590 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Birth Choice Centers Inc. Year Organization Founded: 1989 Website: www.birthchoicecenters.org Number of P ;d St ff 5 25 Contact Name: Janette K. Chun a, a . Number of volunteers. Title/Position. Chief Executive Officer Contact Person's Email Address: contact@birthchoice.center Telephone: 951-296-3441 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: I emecula Valley Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula valley Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula CA 92590 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: 1990 Federal Identification Number. State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as I. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: hft :/t, /gpps.irs.gov/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letter/index,as i:f i Y r�Al'��1i�r=i•::: 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed infornQgtM,�E about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt :/irct.do ,ca. ov/Verification/Web/Search.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No x Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes.X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded b the City Grant/SponsorshipAmount y y Funding Received CSF Grant? Sponsorship? CSF 16/17 Client services and volunteer training Jan 2017 $4,768.84 CSF 17/18 Birth Choice Temecula Boutique Dec 2017 $ 5,000 CSF Council 17/18 Assistance while you learn June 2018 $ 4,500 CSF Council 18/19 Birth Choice Client Care June 2019 $ 2,000 MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Birth Choice Centers Inc. (BCC) offers supportive health services in a safe environment that nurtures hope and informed choices for those affected by unplanned pregnancy Client resources are provided to those affected by unplanned pregnancy, sexual health concerns, and abortion; strengthening physical, emotional, practical, and spiritual support, & advocating life -affirming choices. A well-rounded model streamlines Client Care, Client Advocacy & Education, & Material Assistance to better meet the needs of women and children in Temecula Valley City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Total Client Care Program Project/Program Title IS a streamlined program with (3) community objectives. 1.) Client Care: supportive health services including pregnancy test and/or ultrasound; and client consultations to fully inform expectant mothers of their pregnancy options. Consultations provide unbiased pregnancy education; empowering clients to make informed decisions concerning pregnancy outcomes. 2) Client Advocacy & Education: tailored for clients, community organizations, schools, and volunteers seeking pregnancy related education. Topics encourage successful pregnancy outcomes, positive parenting skills, & healthy lifestyles. 3) Material Assistance through the BCC Baby Boutique for women, families, & children (ages 0-24months) struggling with poverty or financial uncertainty. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Birth Choice Centers Inc. Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on program expenses Funding supports the (3) objectives: 1) Client Care: marketing materials, medical supplies, office supplies, printing, nurse/advocate training materials, equipment purchase/repair, database expenses, office repairs; 2) Client Education: meals for trainings, class materials, program evaluations, 3) Material Resources: supplies including bottles, diapers wipes, formula, car seats, strollers, baby swings, hygiene kits, bottles, and add'tl mother/baby supplies as needed. For 25 years, BCC Temecula has been helping women and families make informed decisions when faced with unplanned pregnancy. Funding supports client care, advocacy & education, and material assistance for mothers & children. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by maintaining a Temecula based community resource that specifically empowers women & families with knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to make the best informed decision regarding their pregnancy outcome. BCC Temecula is the premiere pregnancy resource in Temecula Valley, bringing health and hope to clients and families who have a place to go in crisis. Volunteers come from the immediate community; pursuing thousands of hours of continued training with the most comprehensive up-to-date training materials. In 2018, staff & volunteers specifically helped Temecula residents by providing:165 pregnancy tests, 51 ultrasounds, 500 classes of pregnancy related education, and $145,000 worth of distributed material assistance. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 250 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 20 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Total Client Care Program will support BCC Temecula to provide Total Client Care, Education, and Material Resources to women & families experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, and struggling with poverty while caring for small children ages (0-24months). Expenses include: marketing materials, training materials, medical/office supplies, printing, equipment purchase/repairs, database maintenance, office repairs, meals for trainings, program evaluation expenses, and material resources such as diapers, wipes, formula, car seats, strollers, baby swings, hygiene kits, bottles, and additional mother/baby supplies as needed_ 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) $ 5000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $165580 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 1500 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 2220 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM I Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) $ 95000 Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 3500 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 3500 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 2500 Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $174300 $ 2800 $ 65000 $ 2000 $174300 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. I If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. i EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3 Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4 Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Birth Choice Centers Inc. Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted m E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents V n a z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) rxovided by City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4 Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: girth Choice Centers Inc. Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Q a E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents m Q z If names/addresses of Temecula between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2020 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. ■ The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. ■ If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Birth Choice Centers Inc. MAILING ADDRESS: 41750 Winchester Rd. Suite Ct PHONE: ( ) EMAIL: 951 296-3441 janette@birthchoice center Temecula CA 92590 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Janette K. Chun art Name SIGNATU IF DIFFERENTTHO ABOVE, Caasi R. Algazi, Grant Writer; caasi @ birthchoice. center APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name kJ Title DATE: September 4th, 2019 (Month, Day, Year) Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 r. ..• �i a I. V.i ITIr�terstal Revenue Service r• FR�5N0, CA 93ddd UAIC VI U1I3 IIUIIGe: JVL I 67, 4774 Taxpayer Identifying Number Form: ToAx Period: I'll IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I II IT III III IIIIIInnIIIIII IIII I BIRTH CHOICE OF TEMECULA INC PO BOX 2129 TEMECULA CA 92593-2129297 t For assistance you may call us at: 1-800-829-1040 ST. OF C WE CHANGED YOUR NAME AHD/OR ADDRESS THANK YOU FOR YOUR CORRESPONDENCE. AS YOU REQUESTED, WE'VE MADE THE FOLLOWING CIIANGES TO YOUR NAME AND/OR ADDRESS: NAME AND ADDRESS PREVIOUSLY NAME AND ADDRESS HOW SHOWN ON YOUR ACCOUNT SHOWN ON YOUR ACCOUNT BIRTHRIGHT OF TEMECULA BIRTH CHOICE OF TEMECULA INC PO BOX 2129 PO BOX 2129 TEMECULA CA 92593-2129297 TEMECULA CA 92593-2129297 IF YOU DON'T AGREE WITH THIS CHANGE, PLEASE LET US KNOW. .,-. Internal Revcmue Service Department of the Treasury P 0 BOX 2350 ROOM 5127 ATTN: E.O. LOS ANGELES, CA 900532350 Date: MAR. 20, 1989 Date In reply ra(er to. Employer Identification Number: Case Number: BIRTHRIGHT OF TEMECULA Contact Person: p 8677 Front St. THORNTON, B. TEMECULA, CA 92390 P.O. Bo;; 2120, Contact Tele hone Number: Tenecula, CA. 92J-190 Accounting Period Ending: December 31 Foundation Status Classification: see attached Advance Ruling Period Ends: Dec. 31, 1992 Caveat Applies: no Uear Applicant: Based on information supplied, and assuming your operation; will be as stated in your application for recognition of exemption, we have determined you are exempt from Federal income tax under section 501.(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Because you are a newly created organization, we are not now making a final determination of your foundation status under section 509(a) of the Code. However, we have determined that you can reasonably be expected to be a publicly supported organization described in sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b) (1) (A) (vi). Accordingly, you will be treated as a publicly supported organization, and not as a private foundation, during an advance ruling period. This advance ruling period begins on the date of your inception and ends on the date shown above. Within 90 days after the end of your advance ruling period, you must submit to us information needed to determine whether you have met the requirements of the applicable support test during the advance ruling period. If you establish that you have been a publicly supported organization, you will be classified as a section 509(a)(1) or 509(a)(2) organization as long as you continue to meet the requirements of the applicable support Lest. If you do not meet the public support requirements during the advance ruling period, you will be classified as a private foundation for future periods. Also, if you are classified as a private foundation, you will be treated as a private foundation from the date of your inception for purposes of sections 507 (d) and 4940. Grantors and donors may rely on the determination that you are not a private fotindation until 90 clays after the end of your advance ruling period. If you submit the required information within the 90 days, grantors and donors Letter 1045(CG) -2- BIRTHRIGHT OF TEMECULA may continue to rely on the advance determination until the Service makes a final determination of your foundation status. However, if notice that you miII no longer be treated as a section 509(a)(1) organization is published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin, grantors and donors may not rely on this determination after the date of such publication. Also, a grantor or donor may not rely on this determination if he or she was in part responsible for, or was aware of, the act or failure to act that resulted in your loss of sect ion 509(a)(1) status, or acquired knowledge that the .Internal Revenue Service had given notice that you would be removed from classification as a section 509(a)(1) organization. If your sources of support, or your purposes, character, or method of operation change, please let us know so we can consider the effect of the change on your exempt status and foundation status. Also, you should inform us of all changes in your name or address. As of January I, 1984, you are liable for taxes under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (social security taxes) on remuneration of $100 or more you pay to each of your employees during a calendar year. You are not liable for the tax imposed under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA). Organizations that are not private foundations are not subject to the excise taxes under Chapter 42 of the Code. However, you are not automatically exempt from other Federal excise taxes. If you have any questions about excise, employment, or other Federal taxes, please let us know. Oonors may deduct contributions to you as provided in section 170 of the Code. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to you or for your use are deductible for Federal estate and gift tax purposes if they meet the applicable provisions of sections 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the Code. You are required to file Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax, only if your gross receipts each year are normally more than $25,000. If a return is required, it must be filed by the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of your annual accounting period. The law imposes a penalty of $10 a day, up to a maximum of $5,000, when a return is filed late, unless there is reasonable cause for the delay. You are not required to file Federal income tax returns unless you are subject to the tax on unrelated business income under section 511 of the Code. If you are subject to this tax, you must file an income tax return on Form 990-T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return. In this letter, we are not determining whether any of your present or proposed activities are unrelated trade or business as defined in section 513 of the Code. You need an employer identification number even if you have no employees. If an employer identification number war not entered on your application, a number will be assigned to you and you will be advised of it. Please use that number on all returns you file and in all correspondence with the Internal Revenue Service. Letter 1045-(CG) I -3- 13IRTHRIGHT OF TEMECULA Because this letter could help resolve any questions about your exempt :status and foundation status, you should keep it in your permanent records. If the heading of this letter indicates that a caveat applies, the caveat below or on the enclosure is an integral part of this letter. If you have any questions, please contact the person whose name and telephone number are shown in the heading of this letter. Sincerely yours, Frederick C. Nielsen District Director Letter 1045(CG) -4- BIRTHRIGHT OF TEMECULA FOUNDATION STATUS: 170(b) (1) (A) (vi ) and 509(a) (1) Letter- 1045 (CG) Form 990 OMB No 1545-0047 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax 2017 Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the infernal Revenue Code (except private foundations) Department of the treasury ' Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. Open to Public In ernal Revenue service ' Go to www.irs.gov/Forrn990 for instructions and the latest information. Inspection A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning 2017, and ending B Check if applicable: C D Employer identification number Address change BIRTH CHOICE CENTERS, INC. X Name change 41750 WINCHESTER ROAD #0 E Telephone number Initial return TEMECULA, CA 92590 951-699-9808 Final return/terminated Amended return Ga Gross receipts $ 412,090, Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: JANETTE CHUN N(a) Is this a group return for stAmrboatesz Yes No SAME AS C ABOVE H(b) Are all subordinates included? If 'No,' attach a list. (see instructions) Yes No Tax-exempt status K 501(c)(3) 501(c) ( )� (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) or 527 J Website: " N/A H(c) Group exemption number No K Form of organization x Corporation Trust Association Other r L Year of formation: 1989 rat State of legal domicile: CA Part I I Suimrnary T 131•lefly desci-ibe the organization•s mission or most significant a PREGNANCYttfvities:C_RI_S_IS____ COUNSELING A ND _ _ - _ PARENTAL SUPPORT INCLUDING_CLOTHES FOOD AND OTHER . ME -------- -MEANS __-_---------------- ------------------------- C 0 2 Check this box EJ ri the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. - C7 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 a} 3 g "� 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b) 4 f3 �' 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a). 5 6 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) 6 3 a 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 . .. 7a 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34... 7b 0. Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line lh)..... . .......... ...... m 369. 861. 410 491 . = 9 Program service revenue (Part Vlll, line 2g).. , . _ .. , . _ .. _ 1,599, m10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d)... .... Ix 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and 11 e) ...... 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12). 3694861. 412, 090. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3).... 157, 454. 149, 050. 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4).. .... .. , , ... . N 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10). 105 647. 112, 995. c16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line lie) wb Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) > 27,326. 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines l la-11d, 11f-24e) 120 133. 144,742, 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) - 383 234, 406,787. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12- . .. .. ....... . -13 373 . 5 303. Beginning of Current Year End of Year pry 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16)--. 70,31 125 978. «m 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) . ......... 0 2,727. z 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20- 70 318 . 123,251. tr Q7 s it I .7rrQt.urC glut^ Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I nave examined this raturn, inctuding acCompanymg srhedrrres and slatwoenls, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than oif ter) is based art all inlprr►taGon of whldt pr?parer Eras any knowl"rft • r p , Sign 5virialtlrnu1 ]1Re•»r ti ..- — --- We Here R DOUGLAS MACRAE TREASURER 7y911 or prnrl name aruf lisle Print/Type preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check x if PT$N Paid DOUGLAS C. MACRAE,. CPA DOUGLAS C, MACRAE, CPA 114 self-employed Preparer Firm's name ' SHAFER & MACRAE CPAS Use Only Firm'saddress ' 28780 SINGLE OAK DR STE 200 Firm'sEIN _ TEMECULA CA 92590 Phone no May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions). Yes No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0113L 08f08m Form 990 (2017) _ I'w'sUY comfy a+at me tofegojry r trafiscrlpt oP � page(s) Is a fi,EI, tfua and =fed COPY at the Original remaj in the cus" of iha C`! sWafnia SecraLary of $rate's offira OCT 282017 Date: ALEX PADILLA. Secretary of State FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # BNAI CHAIM CITY OFT] EME CULA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION I Amount Requested: $ '1wo (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title:�6 tart DatEPSP,1 End Date:Q] p I— If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Mailing Address ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED F Name of Applicant Organization: Year Organization Founded:gE WebsiteU 6�Number of Paid Staff: Number of Volunteers: Contact Name: So �Y' Title/Position:yLi vit Contact Person's Email Addres,, M Telephon Geographic Area(s) the Organ _ ion rves: _ aAMMA Geographic Area(s) the Project/Prograiii Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding rant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) g e,�n C fit: u 4 n , Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Aev-^ NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes_ No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: Federal Identification Numbe State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt 1Mpps.irs.gov/ap:J/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: httDS://www.ftb.ca,gov/online/self serve entity status letter/index.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's http://rct.do'.ca.gov/Veriflcation(Web/Search.aspx?facility=Y Search Tool: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No'X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors Members -at -Large I FINANCIAL STATEMENTS I Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes.-, If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded b the City Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi Y Y P p Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission of your organization. Ide— I - �1' ! . < �, annmta Q City of Temecula a i• -A Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 1 1 �_ of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. 'l The R06 e/ is r%K��� Proit-M/Prnnr. i Tiller 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. 1 ,{ if awarded,- ' -�-' C I" will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name 3. If awarded, explain HOW th grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS, Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by b Pn Q{�,t,�, r, /J 0 r- Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: [� Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the Citv Council. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET ¢ LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $ $ Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) G Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) A v©10 Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ t- °01�g Food Expense For Project/Program $ Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ &000 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM I $ 5" $ -J, J 'S -O City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number):- 4`*a�i�s 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF fG � 8 N I Organization: (�, i ame of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... = Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receiptllnvoice on Receipt/invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula E Must be dated on or between July 1, 2018 - Expenditure MUST support Project�Program residents If names/addresses of Temecula a Z June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, lease attach 2 C1 L9, $ 3 N�k K2�n 0-10 5 ' �ki� A .� s � d5 co C 1 � � �� �� � % L� 1 �d ail v� 7 cc� e �� �!q �I oQ� a'w-c-k,6 EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to "Amount 1 (or greater than) the of Grant Fund Awarded" above rovided by the Ci City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. 2. 3. 4. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF 6 ` Organization: 1141kj ;Name of Project/Program: KJ Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: E I Name of Company I Date (MolDayNr) I Amount E on Receiptllnvoice on Receipt/invoice of EMust be dated on or Expenditure z between July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020 1 $ Describe... (1) what the expenditure was (2) purpose of the expenditure MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Letter Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, please attach 1 6 1 1 1$ I 1 1 71 1$ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the Citv City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: a Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: (44-p—qACIACP f. ) L�,�k_R MAILING ADDRESS: �LqJbb IY 1a- HONE: MAIL: Ho C PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: �32c�'Z ►'Y�U� [,1� SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: Prini- Nar Print N v Title DATE: Q[ I �' Q SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Q HELP© MENU Home > Tax Fxempt Organization Search > Congregation Bnai Chaim Of Murrieta Hot Springs <Sack to Search Results Congregation Bnai Chaim of Murrieta Hot Springs EIN: Murrieta, CA, United States Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Page Last Reviewed or Updated. 6-Sept-2019 Er+ Share Print i 93C3OO in a rJ Our Agency Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOAR[, F T R, { BOA 942857 1\- l SA SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/17/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: - Entity Name: CONGREGATION BNAI CHAIM OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # lei BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTHWEST COUNTY CrrY OF TEMECUI[A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: 5,000 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Ultimate STEM Program Start Date: 01/01/20 End Date: 12/31/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County Mailing Address: P.O. Box 892349 Temecula, CA 92589 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED pp g BGC of Southwest Co Year Organization Founded: Name of Applicant Organization: 1990 Website: www.becswc.org Number of Paid Staff: 35 _ Number of Volunteers: 200 Contact Name: Shelly Anguiano Figueroa Title/Position: President & CEO Contact Person's Email Address: shellyf@becswc.org Telephone: 951.699.1526 x111 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Pechan a Great Oak Clubhouse 31465 Via Cordoba Temecula 92592 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: 1990 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows�Pv�' Litt ://a sirs. ov/a /eos/ Shelly Anguiano Figueroa WOLi k' President & CEO Status letter/Index.aS 25090 Jefferson Avenue Suite A Murrieta CA 92562 orm 990 or attach print out of detailed iriforri-lation Mailing Address: P O. Box 892349 Temecula CA 92589 this State Registry's Search Tool: Tel: 951-699-1526 x I I I ?facility= Email: ShellyF@becswc.org www.becswc.org www,faceboolc.com/becswc 'unding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes_X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded b the City Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi Y Y p p Funding Received Sponsorship? CDBG Grant 19-20 Before & After School Program 6/2019 $ 5,538 CSF Grant 18-19 After School Transportation Program 12/2018 $5,000 :;DBG Grant 18-19 Before & After School Program 9/2018 $ 7,961 CSF Grant 17-18 Before & After School Program 1 /2018 J$1,500 CSF Grant 17-18 After School Program 12/2017 $5,000 MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. To inspire, enable and support all youth to realize thier full potential as successful, responsible and im actful members of the community. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Ultimate STEM Program Project/Program Title is will provide significant opportunitie; to advance STEM education and increase interest in STEM fields. The program will be conducted daily after school and during Summer Camp. Activities include Lego robotics, magnetic slime, homemade catapults, edible science, and cool chemistry. Technology and access to computers for kids is the foundation for this program. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, BGC of Southwest County Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on computer equipment and STEM supplies to enhance the program and increase participation. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by providing opportunities for youth after school to enrich their science, technology, engineering and math skills (STEM) through hands-on, fun activities and the use of computer technology. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 81 9 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program 10 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Funds will be used to purchase computer equipment and supplies for the Ultimate STEM Program to enhance the program and increase participation; Over 800 Temecula youth will have the opportunity to participate. The next generation of STEM professionals will be the innovators who find cures, solve problems, invent products and generate ideas to transform our lives. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES � I. �r VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) t3,334 - Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization 12,799 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program +=_. `e; 'J. � �s; 1$13 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City s Grant; however please include.) ;: 4111i - ,750 quipment Expense For Project/Program 11 ��.� [FoodExpense For Project/Program $ Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program f , $ 1 �,�• ,::' `.:4sy ,667 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program — f '�a $ 2, 383 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $ 21 ,133 I $ 21,133 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 892349 PHONE: ( 951) 6991526 EMAIL: shellyf@becswc.org Temecula, CA 92589 PRESIDENT/AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Shelly Angulano Figueroa, President & CEO SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: rint Name Print Name DATE: 09/13/19 (Month, Day, Year) SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 uetaiis anout Page 1 of 2 Q HELPO MENU = Home > Tax Exempt organization Search > Boys & Girls Club Of Southwest County <Back to Search Results Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County EIN: Temecula, CA, United States i Other Names Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Copies of Returns (990, 990-EZ, 990-PF, 99o-T) o Electronic copies (images) of Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990-T returns filed with the IRS by charities and non -profits. > Tax Year 2016 Form 990 Organization Name: Boys And Girls Club Of Southwest County EIN: Tax Period: 201612 https:Happs.irs.gov/app/eos/displayAll.do?dispatchMethod=displayAllInfo&Id=339717&e... 9/ 11 /2019 STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD iS I PO BOX 942857 =• y SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 12/19/2018 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter Entity ID: M Entity Name: BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF SOUTHWEST COUNTY 0✓ 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. F 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California, or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Internet and Telephone Assistance Website: ftb.ca.gov Telephone: 800.852.5711 from within the United States 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (NEW 02-2012) Form 990 Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue service Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundal ■ Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. ■ Go to www.irs.gov/Form990 for instructions and the latest information. A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning anc B chi if C Name of organization applicable C]charip BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTHWEST COUNTY biome chengo Doing business as 1:361ur� Number and street (or P.O. box if mail is not delivered to street address) Do';� PO BOX 892349 termin- ated City or town, state or province, country, and ZIP or foreign postal code =re umdod TEMECULA, CA 9 2 5 8 9— 2 3 4 9 Ap{7iicn- uon F Name and address of principal officer:W. WILLIAM CARY pending 27349 JEFFERSON AVE STE 101, TEMECULA, I Tax-exempt status: LXJ 501(c)(3} 501(c)( )■ (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) d Website: ■ WWW . BGCSWC . ORG K Form of organlzation: Corporalion Trust Ass❑eiation I I Other■ OMB No. 1::�.-t7•�� Inspection D Employer identification number Room/suite E Telephone number 951-699-1526 G Gross receipts $ 1,93 3 7, 6 31. H(a) Is this a group return No for subordinates? DYes FX CA 9 H(b) Are all subordinates included?0 Yes E]No or 527 If "No," attach a list. (see instructions) lormabon: 1-9 !IV I M state of rant I I summary y 1 Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities: TO INSPIRE AND ENABLE ALL YOUTH TO REALIZE THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AS PRODUCTIVE, RESPONSIBLE AND 2 Check this box ► if the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. �i 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 a) 3 21 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b) . 4 21 y 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) ............................................. 5 65 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) . ........ ..... 6 200 ................................ Q 7 a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 7a 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990•T, line 34 ........ ...................... ............................ ..... 7b 0. Prior Year Current Year y 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h) 612,216. 728,125. 9 .................. ....... ., , Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) __ 628,684. 5 , 9 5 . 10 ...... Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d) ....... _,...... , --_-,- 0. 0 . 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 1 Oc, and 11 e) ,„ 132,237. 279,129. 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 must equal Part VIII, column , line 12 1, 373,137. 1,652,749. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3) 0.— 0 . 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) ..................................... 0. 0. 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) ...... 702,638. 756,3067 v16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line 11e).....„- „................. 0. 0. b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) Do-71,248. ru 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11 a-11 d, 11 f-24e) 813,259. 774,289. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) . .. .. ,.. _ 1,515,897. 1,530,589. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12............................................ .. —142 , 7 6 0 . 122, 160 . o Beginning of Current Year End of Year 1,608,943. 2,147,329. N� 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) ........................... 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) ...... . ................ 244,231. 165,682. 1, 3 6 4 , 712 . 1,981,647. 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20............. Part ll Signature Block Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correcl, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than officer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge. Sign I 1gnature of ❑ {cer Date Here I W. WILLIAM CARY, TREASURER ype or print name and lit e Print/Type preparer's name --------- Preparer's signature ate check U f N Paid 3REGORY J . PRUDHOMME ,CPA if self-emploved Preparer Firm's name PRUDHOMME ASSOCIATES CPAS , INC. Firm's EIN Use Only Firm's address ■ 334 0 RIDGE PARK DRIVE, SUITE 226 TEMECULA, CA 92590 Phoneno.( 951) 676-3131 Ma the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? see Instructions .--.-- Yes No 732001 11-2e-17 LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Form 990 (2017) SEE SCHEDULE 0 FOR ORGANIZATION MISSION STATEMENT CONTINUATION Stacey Brown From: Shelly Anguiano Figueroa <shellyf@becswc.org> Sent: Friday, October 4, 2019 11:17 AM To: Stacey Brown Cc: Shelly Anguiano Figueroa Subject: BGCSWC - Community Grant - STEM supplies Hi Stacey! I received your phone message; please see list below of potential STEM supplies to be purchased for the program: 1. STEM su lies; a. pipe cleaners b. straws c. toothpicks d. play dough e. craft sticks f. craft tape g. painters tape h. wooden blocks i. Elmer's School glue (1 gallon) j. magnets and magnifiers k. marbles I. ping-pong balls m. string, rubber bands n. popsicle sticks o. aluminum foil p. foam board q. Composition books Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks, Shelly Shelly Anguiano Figueroa I President & CEO I Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County Mailing Address — P.O. Box 892349, Temecula, CA 92589 Administrative Office — 25090 Jefferson Ave, Suite A, Murrieta, CA 92562 (0) 951.699.1526 x 111 (E) shell f b cswc,or 1 FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING 0 GRANT APPLICATION # 7 CADENZA STRING ORCHESTRA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUEONOR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 22019 r I't O.fls(:"ilf�ItOGRA�f INFORNIA110.4 Amount Requested. 51000 $5,000 (Maximum allowable $5.000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: ChoNrng mudent lives ilwougii music a iu�Aiinn August Start Date:_ Ast 2019 9 End Date: April 2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Cadenza String Orchestra Mailing Address: Temecula, CA 92592 ---- ( RG2 kNI`7.A"iJON AiSD GF0(-,RAPFft( AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Cadenza String archeStra Year Organization Founded: 2000 Website: na Number of Paid Staff: 0 Number of Volunteers: 4 Contact Name: Mrr.Sandiwa del Rosario Title/Position Executive Director Contact Person's Email Address: cadnnztl-"aemf,ut'.mu gfnail.eom Telephone: Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Gratlt must be exclisive� used to serve Temecula.) Temecula, CA 92590-2510 Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula, CA 92592 J - — - - VUNPR0FFF STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: May 20 2019 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Nlurnb yr: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows 1 Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt,,�:lltip,)§_ifs cttv►_lpfylr o_;i 2 Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: I1itPs,ilwww.fW. J. ov-tnnlinelsell serve entity .staltIs IetCerlirlcic:_c: sp 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: I�t# Ilrct_�tc�j_! r� t-�oylVnriiic, it,arrl�Nei�lSc:arch.asgx'?factlit =Y City of Terndcula c;nmmunity Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No x Yes If Yes, briefly describe:_ Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? Nox Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors x Members -at -Large f - FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITE' OF TEl_!'IECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No x Yes_— If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded b the City Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi y y p p Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ $ $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Cadenza String Orchestra mission is to help with the education and development of musicians and bring music to impact seniors, veterans, low-income students and community by performing concerts and recitals. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING F ROJECTrnROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the projecUprogram as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT] PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Changing student lives -through music education is a program that provides l ProjectrProgram Title asf/fTOchce-to disadvantaged students, spends funds for students to travel to competitions, performs free recitals and concerts at Temecula senior centers (making seniors happy and remember songs); performs for other nonprofit agencies ie Friends of the Library, ALTV, engaging the community in the appreciation of music, - Cadenza String Orchestra traveled to a competition in Europe and recently won 1st place in Special Arrangements in Vienna. Cadenza String Orchestra has also played for Temecula City Council meetings and helps other nonprofits raise money through concerts. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Cadenza String Orchestra Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on changing lives of disadvantaged students by renting musical instruments and 4- tic m V) T7 travel fees if necessary for students (orchestra) to compete in concerts, music copies, and maintenance of instruments and sending them to lectures and workshopsText 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMFCUL.A RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by providing / f ' to disadvantaged students in Temecula with music instrument rental; provide free concerts and recitals to senior homes (which brings happiness to the seniors and helps bring some of their memories back); offers free concerts and recitals to the community to bring an appreciation of music. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 400 Students Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program:_4'__ City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications. including yours, submitted to the City Council - Changing student lives -through music education by providing a ssi54a0c.eto disadvantaged students and performing recitals for seniors, veterans and community members. Costs: Instrument rental, copies, lectures, workshops, instrument maintenance, travel to international competitions. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET -- - LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM EXPENSES _ yREVENUES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $ Community Services Grant (Not to $5,000) 5000 exceed Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 1000 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $11000 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 43680 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 43680 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 5000 Food Expense For Project/Program $ Marketing Expense For Project/Program } $ 500 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ 5500 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 1 OOO Other Expense For Project/Program - $ 10000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM �$ 60680 , $ 60680 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): NA 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's 0 c - C Organization: Cadenza String Orchestra Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... - Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents B between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter pie a&e attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 SIGNATURE' PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. ® Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. ® Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded finds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. n If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may he rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the Information Contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Cadenza String Orchestra caden.e xnwL�if mus��gmail wm MAILING ADDRESS: _ PHONE: EMAIL: Temecula, CA 92592 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED nFFICER: Sandiwa Del Rosario Executive Dir. SIGNATURE_ -- — DATE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Nonprofit Growth & Grants- Grant Writer APPICATION PRPARI_r] BY: SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 20190 TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 A summary is shown below of all grants submitted to the District. Click on the Project Name to view below. When more than one club is working on together on a Grant, the sponsor club is designated (") below. Click on $ below, to fund the Club grant. This will open a dialog where the Amount and Check No can be entered. District Review and Approval Project Name ProNo j Lead Club Name Status Funded Requested Other Project Amount DDF Funding Budget Reaching New Heights 8363 Riverside Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,263.00 100.00 1,363.00 District Approval Rotary Club of San Bernardino - Submitted Grant for RYLA 2020 8115 San Bernardino District Approval 0.00 1,343.00 2,407.00 3,750.00 3d Grade Dictionaries 8214 Indio Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,513.00 2,500.00 4,013.00 District Approval Joshua Tree (*) 7th Annual Morongo Basin Rotary 8215 Twentynine Palms Submitted Grant for Clubs Food Drive Yucca Valley District Approval 0.00 1,556.00 225.00 1,781.00 Yucca Valley Sunset Fontana Community Outreach 8366 Fontana Submitted Grant for 0.00 3,165.00 0.00 3,165.00 District Approval Holiday Baskets 8308 Yucaipa Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,824.00 3,176.00 5,000.00 District Approval Holiday Senior Lunch/Meals/RYLA/PRYDE 8360 Big Bear Lake Submitted Grant for District Approval 0.00 4,459.00 100.00 4,559.00 Idyllwild Shuttle 8324 Idyllwild Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,476.00 100.00 1,576.00 District Approval PRYDE 6897 Lake Elsinore Submitted Grant for 0.00 885.00 100.00 985.00 District Approval PRYDE / PEACE CONFERENCE 8336 Murrieta Submitted Grant for 0.00 3,024.00 100.00 3,124.00 District Approval Pumpkins and Pancakes p 8333 Temecula Valley -New Submitted Grant for 0.00 520.00 100,00 620.00 Generation District Approval Rim of the World Special Athletes 8252 Lake Arrowhead Submitted Grant for Foundation Mountain Sunrise District Approval 0.00 1,643.00 3,357.00 5,000.00 RYLA 8338 Corona -Circle City Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,994.00 100.00 2,094.00 District Approval RYLA 8340 Redlands Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,862.00 100.00 1,962.00 District Approval RYLA 8341 San Gorgonio Pass Submitted Grant for 0.00 362.00 100.00 462.00 (Banning) District Approval RYLA 8331 Redlands Sunrise Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,541.00 100.00 1,641.00 District Approval RYLA 8240 Indio Sunrise Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,324.00 176.00 1,500.00 District Approval RYLA 8352 Norco/Eastvale Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,356.00 1,356.00 2,712.00 District Approval Ryla 8361 Indian Wells Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,159.00 100.00 1,259.00 District Approval RYLA 8362 Corona Submitted Grant for 0.00 4,353.00 3,522.00 7,875.00 District Approval RYLA 8364 Desert Hot Springs Submitted Grant for 0.00 195.00 100.00 295.00 District Approval RYLA & PRYDE 8354 Rancho Mirage Submitted Grant for 0.00 1,200.00 100.00 1,300.00 District Approval RYLA 2020 / Holiday Baskets 8303 Temecula Submitted Grant for 0.00 5,330.00 12,500.00 17,830.00 District Approval RYLA/PRYDE 8348 La Qulnta Submitted Grant for 0.00 819.00 100.00 919.00 District Approval Santa's Workshop 8344 Menifee Submitted Grant for 0.00 579.00 5,250.00 5,829.00 District Approval SB Crossroads, RYLA Block Grant San Bernardino Submitted Grant for 2019-20 8367 Crossroads District Approval 0.00 807.00 100.00 907.00 Scholarships 8334 Palm Desert Submitted Grant for 0.00 2,459.00 100.00 2,559.00 District Approval 0.00 50,685.00 38,504.00 89,189.00 Project Name Shelter Boxes Special Olympics Rim Mountain Communities Temecula Community Christmas Dinner Water Dispensers for VOE Proj Lead Club Name Status Funded Requested Other Project No Amount DDF Funding Budget 8355 Beaumont -Cherry Submitted Grant for Valley District Approval 0.00 284.00 100.00 384.00 8249 Lake Arrowhead Submitted Grant far 0.00 1,341.00 100.00 1,441.00 DistrlCt Approval 8335 Temecula Sunrise Submitted Grant for 0.00 304.00 100.00 404.00 01strict Approval 8332 Crestline-Lake Submitted Grant for Gregory District Approval 0.00 745.00 2,135.00 2,880.00 0.00 50,685.00 38,504.00 89,189.00 Showing 1-1 results of 1 Sort by: Name A-Z Cadenza String Orchestra EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Pub 78 Data Determination Letters Items per page: 25 V n Return to Too Additional information • ELeswently asked e t'on - Exempt Organizations Select Check • Revo a i CLO of 501 c ❑ min atio n • Su e ns io ns Pursu a nt to C-Qd e Secti on 501 • Exempt r niz ti ns Business Master File Ex r E g F : a list of organizations recognized as exempt by the IRS • T@x Exe m I)t Qrga n izati o n r h: B k Da n oa Page Lost Reviewed or Updated:6-Sept2019 P+ Share $ Print ,yd Our Agency About IRS Work at IRS Help LiDOO in a ira Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites Taxpayer Bill of Rights Taxpayer Advocate Service Respond to a Notice Office of Appeals Espanol Ep�Z tE-q 0i U.S. Treasury Treasury Inspector General STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD FTB PQ BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 •11-� Entity Status Letter Date: 9/13/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: _ Entity Name: CADENZA STRING ORCHESTRA ® 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TM 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) FY 2019/2020 . COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING I GRANT APPLICATION # Fool] r CANINE SUPPORT TEAMS INC. CITY OF TEMECULA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5,000 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Service Dogs for Disabled Persons Start Date: 1/1/2020 End Date: 12/31/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Canine Support Teams. Inc Mailing Address PO Box 891767 Temecula, CA 92589 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED 1 Name of Applicant Organization: Canine Support Teams, Inc Year Organization Founded: 1989 Website:_wwuv caninesupportteams.orq Number of Paid Staff: 10 Number of Volunteers: 150 Contact Name: Sally Wing Title/Position: Marketing & Development Director Contact Person's Email Address: marketin caninesu ortteams.oro Telephone: 951-294-1227 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Valley, Inland Empire, Southern CA. Nationwide Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's MailingAddress) 26500 Scott Rd. Menifee. CA 92584 NONPROFIT STATUS ' Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No_ (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: May 12,11991 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: httpJ/apps.irs.gov/appleosl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link:_ hftps://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letter/index.asp 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool:_ htt ://rct.doi.ca. ovNerification/Web/Search.as x?facilit =Y RZEGEIVED CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE" City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee _ Board of Directors X Members -at -Large I FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No Yes_ X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Name of Program/Project Month + Year Grant? CSF Grant? Funded by the City Funding Received Amount Sponsorship? Grant/Sponsorship City of Temecula CSF Grant Service Dogs for Disabled Persons Dec 2018 $5,000 City of Temecula CSF Grant Service Dogs for Disabled Persons Dec 2017 $2,500 Temecula CDBG Grant sub -recipient Service Dogs for Disabled Persons July 2018 $5, 583 Temecula CDBG Grant Service Dogs for Disabled Persons sub -recipient (award approved July 2019) funds pending $5,583 MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. The mission of Canine Support Teams is to 12rovide specially trained dogs to Persons with disabilities to support their personal. social and occupational independence. To achieve our -goals, our dedicated volunteers work with our smallProfessional training staff to ensure high qualIlty care and training of our do s before they are laced with a disabled handler. We successfully accomplish our goals through the generosky of donors and volunteers who share our vision along with foundations and civic grants like this one. Canine Su art Teams has been effectively carrying out its mission since 1989. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. Service Dogs for Disabled Persons is a preparation and trainjn-q grograrn for dogs to assist individuals suffering from a wide range of disabilities. These do s assist their disabled handlers in routine tasks that are made more difficult by their disability. With the help of their service dogs. these individuals achieve greater independence and confidence. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Canine Support teams will use the funds to pay for supplies, services and equipment which include: Food & Training Treats veterinary care spay/neuter, routine vaccinations monthl flealtick control training certification from American Kennel Club CST branded vest harness collars leashes. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by awarding scholarship three Temecula residents who are waiting for service dogs. We receive many a lications from residents throughout Riverside County and beyond. Our intake and verification process allows us to identify those qualified applicants and provide verification of residence in the City of Temecula. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program 3 (direct. 9 indirect) Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program- City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Grant funds will used to offset the expenses of providing service dogs to (up to three Temecula residents. Our hard costs of preparing these dogs is approArnately $20,000 each. We use fundraising campaigns, donations& gifts, and a wide range of private/corporate grants to cover these costs. We invest two years of socializing,handling. and training into each dog Prior to placement with a disabled handler. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program �arketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program REVENUES I EXPENSES $5,000 $25,000 $5,583 $24,417 $433,050 $33,100 $48,000 $36,000 $49,700 $59,500 $30,700 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM ; $60,000 1 $690,250 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Monday, September 16, 2019 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back-up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including'the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents b) providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly ben fitted from thi: program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF. Organization: Canine Support Teams, Inc _ Name of Project/Program: service Dogs for Disabled'Persons Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000.00 Month } Year Grant Received from City: Dec 2018 Date (Mo/DayNr) Describe... Explain ... c Name of Company on Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted � Receipt/Invoice Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents Q Z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program description on Application +Award Letter If namesladdresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 201S please attach - 1 $ See attached spreadsheet 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or $ 5 123.45 greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund RECEIVED (above) provided by the City Application Page 6 of 7 CITY MANAGER, OF!FICF Canine Support Teams, Inc- - - , Temecula Community Services Grant 2018-2019 Date Vendor Order / Invoice # Type Amount 2018-07-02, Menifee Animal Hospital 86071 (Amberle, Pooh Bear, Zach) Veterinary 75.60 2018-07-07 Menifee Animal Hospital 86417 (Chico, Olaf) --Veterinary 7 1 2.60 2018-08-07 Menifee Animal Hospital 88639 (River) Veterinary ------- 182.48 — 2018- 1 08- 1 09 Menifee Animal Hospital 88843(Snoopy) Veterinary 6F30 2018-08-14 Menifee Animal Hospital 89118 (Dante) Veterinary 132.65 2018-08-14 Menifee Animal Hospital 89153 (Hamilton) Veterinary 39.60 2018-08-14 Walmart, Lake Elsinore n/a Food &Treats 339.06 2018-08-17 Menifee Animal Hospita) 89491 (4 puppies) Veterinary 61.20 2018-08-20 Menifee Animal Hospital 89604 (Hansel) Veterinary 164.38 2018-08-20 Menifee Animal Hospital 89628 (Johnny) Veterinary .293.18 2018-08-29 Menifee Animal Hospital 90274 (Helio) 141.60 2018-09-10 Mayerzon (by Amazon) 112-704-5394-9389810 -Veterinary equipment 149.90 2018-09-13 Menifee Animal Hospital open (River) Veterinary • 73,54 2018-09-13 Menifee Animal Hospital 371009 (3 puppies) Veterinary 27.00 2018-09-13 Menifee Animal Hospital 91334 (Jax, F-puppy) Veterinary -- .130..51 2018-09-14 Menifee Animal Hospital 91354 (F-pup-py) 7 Veterinary 38.50 2018-09-18 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 371256 (Dory, Rocky, Sparkles) -Veterinary 27.00 Nylabone. USA Top Player, 2018-10-01 Amazon 112-2373732-2211447 equipment 191.57 2018-10-05 MBProducts (by Amazon) 113-7007771-4313043 equipment 39.31 2018-10-13 Murrieta Animal Hospital 34712 (Julia) Veterinary y 253.40 2018-10-15 VCA CA Veterinary Spec 152543 (F-puppy) Veterinary 513.51 2018-10-16 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 372838 (Dyllynger) Veterinary 42.00 2018-10-17 Menifee Animal Hospital 93783 (Ecko) -Veterinary 128.70 2018-11-12 Butterfield Animal Hospital 27881 (Cash) Veterinary 182.50 2018-11-30 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 375517 (Jezebelle) Veterinary 179.00 2018-12-06 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 375814 (Bullet) Veterinary 42.00 2018-12-06 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 375827 (Bullet, Maya, Lulu) Veterina'ry 565.30 2018-12-11 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 376078 (Remy, Zoey) Veterinary -140.00 2018-12-14 Canyon Lake Animal Clinic 376285 (Maya) Veterinary 27.21 Coastal Pet Products 2019-01-03 (by Amazon) 111-6208656-6289040 equipment 113.25 Albcorp Service Dog Vests 2019-01-14 (by Amazon) 111-8451947-5218600 equipment 546.90 2019-02-6�Fshan sNeng(by Amazon) 9 _-1 M 460621 749035 equipment 149.70 TOTAL 5,123.45 r -CEIVE" , C!T'( respectfully submitted by s.Wing 3/2/19 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: ■ Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. ■ Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. ■ Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. ■ The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. + Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. ■ If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected asincomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Canine Support Teams Inc MAILING ADDRESS: PO Sox 8917671 Temecula CA 92589 PHONE: 951-301-3625 Lffice) EMAIL: marketing@caninesupportteams.org PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Sally Wing. Marketing & Development Director P� Title SIGNATURE: DATE: l (Month,(Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 :N'J'1;RN?1"ice 121.tn,:NUTE Sb::;\/�C.: ll];STR?C'J' 1)Il��C"TCR 2 C'(11�AN:[A C1 RCLE 1•?OIv1`]:REY PARK, CT. 9]7!i-'•;QE Date: APH 2 6 1995 W _ *qc c. - 3122 Dear Applicant: O� "!i!: !"ASURY G:mp. T acn Xt.mbe:r Case Number: Contact Person_: LEON DERA4iN Contact Telephone Nuriber: Our better bated: May j.3, 1991 Addendum Apo?ies: No This modi.fxes o,cr letter of the above date in which we stated that you would be 12eated as cut or 91.-'tizatiptz that is r:ct a private foundat'icr. until the expiration of your advance ruling period your exempt status under section 50.t(a) a3: the rnterna). q.everue Code as an described in secwinn 50,{ci{�1 is still in effect. Based de the in ox tatifln you submitted, .re have determined than yore are nor a prvate faunda[ion witltari the meaning of suction Sag (a; cf tie Cede because - Organ ?zatzan of the t-yoe desC_ibPd i you are an (b) (11 (A) (v_) `'ra'�t°xs and co,;tr,L•u.ars n section 509la1 Ii) and 170May l rely cil this ddtarmi nation unless the lose your sectiasl 509 {a) ('--) Intel -gal R_r evenuo se9zce cua? isiyes noCice to the contrary. However, if you this L'c'Cer�111nai status, a grantor or cLn[ributor may not rely on tan it hie or she wa , z^ pz-t raspcnsible for Che act or fa_41ur, C� act', ,, , or wes aware of, r fi..e substantial or 1^aterial Chancre on the r�att o_ acou{red knotied3 e�al1. rL]a:.24� 1!] VCtlr a035 C= 9,:Ch Status, or he r h kcaga g at e::a r^al Rave:iue Service had a , v c_ 'she vmul_tl no ]ginger Ce classi,_zd �, - en r-ot-ce that voL, - s a section 509 (a) (! ) organization.. T= we tiavc indicated '_a the heading Of this letter that an addendum applies, the addendum enclosed is an integral part of this letter, Pecause this letter cc�'d h foundation status, please e.p resolve_ ar_y e2esrlcrs about yc;:_ Yep 'pr=vats t r. your. permanent records, If Ycu have any questions please contacr the person whose nape and teleprore ntimbe= are Shown W;.ove . Sincerely yours, r e44�1'- �-' 'r �11.1 .2;chard R. Orosco District Director Letter 1050 (DO/Cr,) e Q HELPB MENU= Home > Tax Exempt Orgatli0Ajgn Up rh > Canine Support Teams Inc. <11ack to 5eamb Results Canine Support Teams Inc. EIN: - Menifee, CA, United States Other Names Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Copies of Returns (990, 990-EZ, 990-PF, 990-T) o Electronic copies (images) of Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990-T returns filed with the IRS by charities and non -profits. 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The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. e 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. EJ4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) efile GRAPHIC print -DO NOT PROCESS JAsFiledData-1 I Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax a.. 5-0047 Form990 2017 ap� Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private Foundations) Depnnmrm of the Treaxin ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be mane public Deparil Re+anue Sereas ► Information about Form 990 and its instructions is at WWW IRS oav/farm996Intern� 7 ralnnefarvear, nr tar wear heninninr, nt-nl-7n17 and —Aron 17.31-7n17 B Check if applicable C Name of arganimt.on D Employer identification number ❑ Address change CANINE SUPPORT TEAMS INC ❑ Name change Doing business as ❑ Initial return ❑ Final return/terminated E Telephone number El Amended return Number Did street (or P O box If mail is not delivered to street address] Room/suite ❑ Application pendi PO BOX 891767 City or town, state or province, country, and ZV or foreign po%tal code TEMECULA, CA 92589 G Gross receipts $ 604,690 F Name and address of principal officer H(a) Is this a group return for CAROLROQUEMORE subordinates? []Yes©No PO BOX 891767 TEMECULA CA 925891767 H(b) Are all subordinates Yes ®No included?El I Tax-exempt status ❑ 501(c)(3) El501(c) ( ) � (insert no) El4947(a)(1) or El 527 IF °No," attach a list (see instructions) I Websitet ■ www candnesupportteams org H(c) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization 0 Corporation ❑ Trust ❑ Association ❑ Other ► L Year of formation 1990 1 M State of legal domicile CA summary 1 Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities Canine Support Teams (CST) is a California based non-profit organization that provides specially trained dogs to people with disabilities GO other than blindness v v } 2 Check this box ► ❑ if the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% Of its net assets 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la) . . . . . 3 8 u, 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line lb) 4 7 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) . 5 9 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) . . . . . 6 200 Q 7a Total unrelated business revenue From Part VIII, column (C), line 12 . . . . . . 7a 0 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34 . . . . . 7b Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line lh) . . . . . . . . 367,833 569,112 m a; 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) . 28,298 35,174 1. 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d ) . 368 412 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and Ile) 0 12 Total revenue —add lines 8 through it (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12) 396,499 604,690 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3 ) . 0 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) . 0 i i5 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) 304,531 295.408 0 N 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line Ile) . S b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) 10,18,456 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 1la-11d, Slf-24e) . 134,259 255,060 438,790 550,46E 18 Total expenses Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) -42,291 54,230 19 Revenue less expenses Subtract line 1S from line 12 . i5 y Beginning of Current Year End of Year toW m 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) . . . 396,783 450,738 275 0 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) . . . zdi 22 Net assets or fund balances Subtract line 21 from line 20 396,5081 450,738 <� Signature Block _ Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have Examined this return, drtciuddng accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete Declaration of preparer (other than officer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge I �2018-11-05 Sign Signature of officer Date Here ► I—. e...,. o tyke or print name and [Ida Print/Type preparer's name Preparer's signature Date PTIN LESLIE A DOHERTY CPA LESLIE A DOHERTY CPA Check ❑ if P00449291 Paid I I self- loved Preparer Firm's name ► LESLIE A DOHERTY CPA ARC Firm's I ► Use Only Firm's address ► 29970 TECHNOLOGY DR STE 120 Phone no (951) 698-2260 MURRIETA, CA 925632646 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) . ❑� Yes ❑ No For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Cat No 11282Y Form 990 (2017) FY 2019/2020 ■ COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING I GRANT APPLICATION # CHARITY FOR CHARITY CITY OF WMECULA. FISCAL YEAR 2019 M 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 22019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5000 Project/Program Title: Stars of the Valley (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Start Date:2/8/2020 End Date: 2/8/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Charity for Charity Mailing Address: 27479 Ynez Road Temecula, CA 92591 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Charity for Charity Year Organization Founded: 2007 Website:www.cnariiyTorcharity.org Number of Paid Staff:1 Number of Volunteers: 25 Contact Name: Charity Prestifilippo Title/Position. President/Founder Contact Person's Email Address elephone: Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Valley Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Valley Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) 45000 Pechancla Parkwav Temecula 92592 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes% Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit:2009 Federal Identification Numbe No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: ht# ://a sirs. ovla lens/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: httPs://Www,ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's htt :Ilrct.do".ca, ov/VerificationNVeb/Search.as x?facilit =Y Search Tool: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoX Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? NoX Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organizations: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING - OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No YesX If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount Sponsorship? CSF irl Cc�Fu�drarsYrA' aZcne�r+ $ 2rJC�U� CSFCC CFC Pr�nlGi�d SPa,,s�� IS--1 $ CSF CC C FC /4vgQr-J S I --I - $ $ $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Charity for Charity is local non profit wish fulfilling organization, fulfilling wishes for individuals with life threatening illness or traumatic iniurv. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Stars of the Valley is an annual gala where we present Project/Program Title wishes to our beneficiaries within our community who suffer from life threatening illness or traumatic injury. Funds will be used to cover the cost of printing the SOTV program 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Charity for Charity Nonprofit Name `will spend the grant funds on covering the cost to print the SOTV program. This program is distributed to over 500 people and businesses. The program advertises local businesses within Temecula Valley and promotes tourism. This is also where we highlight the stories of our beneficiaries as well as update everyone on past beneficiaries. We also dedicate one full page to promote LOVE Temecula! Celebrating 30 years. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by promoting to them all of the local businesses within our town as well as the LOVE Temecula initiative. This program also helps witl promoting future fundraising opportunities including our motivational speaking team The Unstoppables. Each person who attends our gala in February receives a program (500+ indi Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 500 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 35+ City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Funds will help with the cost of printing the SOTV program. This program helps launch our upcoming events including our motivational speaking team, The Unstoppables and future fundrai It also promotes local businesses, hotels, restaurants which promotes tourism as well as promotes the LOVE Temecula initiative. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET I LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For or Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program REVENUES EXPENSES $5000 �$ II $2500 $2500 — - TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM f $5000 �$ $5000 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1. 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize: any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of Funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ s= Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount E on Receiptlinvoice on Receipt/invoice of Must be dated on or Expenditure between July 1, 2018 - Q z T- June 30, 2019 I 3 � 1 I$ 5 0 7 EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the Citv Name of Project/Program: Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain . (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, description on Application + Award Letter please attach City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awardea a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30. 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding, City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ _ Month + Year Grant Received from City: - -- — — - i — Describe... — — � Explain ... _ Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents Q Z between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula June 30, 2020 description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, — lease attach 1 $ J76 $ $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" above) provided by the Cily City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: `'harpy for `.'harpy MAILING ADDRESS:."9"��7" YneZ Rd PHONE: EMAIL: Temecula 92591 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Charity f restlf l l l ppo Print Name SIGNATURE: DATE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name Title 09/16/19 (Month, Day, Year) Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 i'O BOX 942857 '�`�•w '`' SACRI{MIEIff0 CA 94267.0540 Ent1ty Status Leiter Date: 1/4/2017 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity inf Entity ID: ormatio n is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity Name. 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CITY OF TEMEC[rLA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLIC (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 6, 20 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION 10 LM p loz 9 l d3S Amount Requested: $ 5,000.00 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: The Choice Program: Youth L Start Date: 12/1/2019 End Date: 11/30/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Options & Opportunities: The Choice Program Mailing Address: Temecula, CA 92591 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Choice Program, Inc. Year Organization Founded: 2014 Website: www.cooleyfoundation.org Number of Paid Staff: 2 Number of Volunteers: 75 Contact Name: James Cooley Title/Position: CEO Contact Person's Email Address elephone: Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: City of Temecula Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) City of Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: 2014 Federal Identification Numbe State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt .//a sirs. ov/a /eosl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: littps://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex.asr Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htf :/Irct. do . ca. ov/VerificationMeb/Search. as x?facilit �=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No Yes X If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: James Stewart, Board member This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS i Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your or t, re e e (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? N es f Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? Ly VOW P3 6 D• % -z-e C1 r5 6 Peo C? f C4 A-) MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. To Inspire, instruct, auilding acitivies that develop their personal reatness and natural leadership abilities, promote the importance of community, and encourage civic and social responsibility, City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The The Choice Program: Youth Leadership is a community collaborative that Project/Program Title works with youth in the Temecula Independent School District, the Boys and Girls Club, and local faith -based and youth organizations. Funding will support our youth leadership/mentorship initiative and increase our youth and family outreach efforts. We will expand our youth and family curricula which include strengthening families, volunteerism, and educational travels. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Choice Program, Inc. will spend the grant funds on the monthly youth Nonprofit Name inspirational leadership breakfast, bi-monthly motivational semminars for elementary, middle, and high school students, food, tee-shirts, journals, printing, and rental space. These events and activities are at the core of our leadership and mentoring programs. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by bringing youth and families together to participate in up -lifting and positive activities. Our community presentations and semminars give youth a platform to share and communicate their views and talents. Often families are too busy to sit and share a meal at the table, but the Choice Program allows families to share a meal while experiencing community, promoting self-esteem, and embracing healthy life choices. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program. 1 ; 200 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 100 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Funding for the Choice Program supports our mission to strengthen families, inspire youth, conduct leadership and community engagement activities, and introduce life options and opportunities to our youth. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM F_ VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program [Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION REVENUES $ 5, 000 $ 20,000 $0 s25,000 EXPENSES $3,000 $7,000 $ 8, 000 $7,000 $10, 000 $8,000 $7,000 $ 50, 000 $ 50, 000 Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): _��❑ 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Options & Opportunities Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 1 ,000.00 Name of Project/Program: Choice Program, Inc. Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... = Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure �+ on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted EMust be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents a = between July 1, 2018 - it Temecula MUST support Project/Program b names/addresses re available, beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" aboveprovided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. j EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted 0 a m E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents Q z between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2020 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" aboveprovided by the Ci City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: a Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. m Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Options & Opportunities: Choice Program, Inc. MAILING ADDRESS: PHONE: ( I EMAIL: Temecula, CA 92591 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENTTHAN AB()VE APPICATION PREPARED BY: James Cooley, CEO Title DATE: ,e 01 Print Name Titie SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Options & Opportunities: The Choice Program JC Cooley Foundation Does your mild need a little bit of inspiration".? r3 ream a T in:k - Be , `y } R� a COOLEY FOUNDATION www.cooleyfoundation.org Youth h sp ra JIo� aI L.,eaders ; p Breaki"'as Encouraging Love, Needs, Wants... One Goal, One Dream, One Team, One PURPOSE for our Future Leaders of Tomorrow Start your weekend off right with inspiration, mentorship from some amazing Musicians, Youth and Adult speakers. This empowering event is just what your child ages 05-19 needs and its FREE! Breakfast is provided. This particular event is in support of the Leo -Lions Club Saturday October 5th 8am -10am Liui m- i.#'Vaduro Mexican Restaurant 29000 Old Town r tS,TernciaCA 92590 ALL Vy and Adults are Welcome to Attend For more information about this pro ram or other rograms by the JC Cooley Foundation please Contact: James Coole r Michelle Coole JAMES COOLEY'S MOTHER HAD ii -wm ii w 00ml famm 'alic vft W* cwd not rw ki a w W* &,,j 6wjymWvu vq &;n aw vG,,w& of Cu"wi. Tmm-sv-f. So NIL- smf Urim wii *ply uoht to to i4m) A,t iii viMpi ziv)jtea% ix" C4*k7 w,% is fwlff, aw his arqa1w m numl tan in ibc dm S,W—w t- WAU0 fttahon Umf W I* "At ILW tr Inn, A to wtv & A ft bad again to try A�., Akin-, tfv 1mv, ft insoril hp kvrmd MOW Nm rdo.) to M= mw Nvd-oq."d 16A.Wd to fdmw, crcw�,c aW rj(Won w next ^$kn Di ko*.n yid p* iwfm, vi" am haox) vw m V'44 ? oonvy FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 11 COMMUNITY MISSION OF HOPE CrFY OF TE,MECU11 A FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNff Y SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested' $ 5 J L Z�-o (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title:_} ]i fi T 4 W1 Start Date: 1 End Date: � �t r+ If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Ail 14 ,� I Mailing Address: 90 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: *14L 5& ear Organization Founded: Website: + Number of Paid Staff:_ Number of Volunteers: Contact Name: i' 1 ryCE' Title/Positijgwiiic Contact Person's Ema Address: Telephone: w7oh .ne-t Geographic Area(s) the Organization erves: Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) -�Cut I OL Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address)L� NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes No (if No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: J1 > Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as fP' ED 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt :lla sirs. ovla /eosl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: littps://Www.ftb.ca.gov/onlinelself serve eqjtV status letterlindex.as Attach first y de M F rmaS Rage only of most recent IRS Form 99D or attach print out of detail�i�rmation about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt :Ilrct.doi.ca. ovNerification/Web/Search.asox?facility=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No YesQ If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No—Yes—)Q If Yes, provide Council Members Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organizations; Executive Committee \—O Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Pro ram/project CDBG Grant? g Month +Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? CC nSP $ t[ 1z Lea cL 0 osvi. � 1 $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. - ���•� "luilununny oervice runaing urant AF'F'LICATION Page 2 of 7 Yy�sm lor5 -I Ins i r eCYV�11/ll.�tl GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to supportthe project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The ? Dn is Projeovibrogram Title 1 i 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, un 4 will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name i I f l�-I 7 Q l%e 'i In al Q ire {5 Ck-) -1rx-e IV- - hcX)�cS . 3. If awarded, explain HOW theArant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula tsidents by 9-00 r l I - InL r-eSidle2JS (34- =J ,j it { Estimated number of people Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 02� City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. �— fG nG a 1 a(� l ; a-) " 4-beirxi sr S r)d a MU ' , lu , hc�-cam,. roams. TLL �- - , OC k- l ` ' gym` • T o. Provide Project/Program budget details below. t'>E OJEC'TI>1'ItOCy1 Ali BUDGET LINE ITEMS. FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES I EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) $ [� Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ ry In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. ® Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. s Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: MAILING ADDRESS: ����ffHONE: MAIL: (im') . (LQ-J 4 U S qd C)bf C OI, . akf- PRESIDENT/ AUTHORIZED OFFICER: M Ut-0-) r Print SIGNATURE: Jr- ApOVC, APPICATION PREPARED BY: f� Title 11 DATE: (Month, Day, Year) Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 9/11 /2019 Details 1- 4=i .— ,z5t.,t1` iit9s'.'%fit !�s'"t 51 j?/V1FIO!`l 1 '•` EnIiIV tVprp_ Grn' s:.e 4'asy:_ .,[csz' tri± ±t.•�=art. ..,�' .;�sefl Organization Name: RANCHO COMMUNITY REFORMED CHURCH IRS FEIN: Entity Type: Religious SOSIFTB Corporate/Organization Number: Registry Status: Exem t -Religious Renewal Due/Exp. Date: RCT Registration Number: Issue Date: 12/"31/1990 Rccord Type: Charity Registration Effective Date: 12/31%1990 Date This Status: Date of Last Renewal: WiUng Address Street: 31300 RANCHO COMMUNITY WAY Street Line 2: City, State Zip: TEMEC.ULA CA 92592 2012 Raffle App N[}t S>tbject 2012 Raffle App Not Subject Annual Renewal Data No Annual Renewal Data ?e RCT k,agis;:raation INU lo.._: - r:te to the r ec2r: Prereq Type: Prerequisite Re-lationship: (�ity Registrant: RITEWAY CHARITY SERVICES. INC. Registration No: -Registration Type: Fundraising Event Registration Status: Awaiting Reporting Date Established: 12/1 3l2010 Association Date: 1/1/201 1 Expiration Date: 12./3I/2011 rct. dot. ca. gov/Verification/WeblOetai!s. aspx?res u It=acfc-38e8-4141-4e50-a8a3-c5a 15d'6060a 1 /1 STATE OF CALIFORNIA l FRANCHISE TAX BOARD FT Ei PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/5/2019 ESL ID. - According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter Entity ID: _ Entity Name: RANCHO COMMUNITY REFORMED CHURCH MV 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ® 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ® 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d 11 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: * The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a. 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 1 oj EMPO c I CITY OF TEMECU1A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5000.00 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) Start Date: July 2019 End Date: June 2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: The Empowerment Center Mailing Address: 21262 via Industria Temecula, CA 92590 j ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: The Empowerment Center (TEC) Year Organization Founded: 2005 Website:www'theempowermentcenterintl.com Number of Paid Staff: 3 Number of Volunteers: 20 Contact Name: Teresse Lewis Title/Position: Program Director Contact Person's Email Address: Clew's@theempowermentcenterinil.com Telephone: (951) 514-2939 x107 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves- Temecula/Murrieta and other Inland Empire Areas Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula, CA Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula, CA 92590 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Federal Identification Num rofit: January 2006 State Identification Number. Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follo�vs� 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: httr)://apps.irs.gov/al)p/ea 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: httos:(/www.ftb.ca.92-V—/online/self serve entity -status letter/index.as 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt ://rct.do'.Ca. ov/VerificationNVeb/Searcli.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No X Yes__ If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION I Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization.Our Mission Istohelp youth and families develop the resilience necessary to overcome challenges, discover the best of themselves and create healthier, happier patterns of living The Empowerment Center (TEC) Is located In Temecula and specializes in working 'at -risk' youth populations in Southwest Riverside County Through the Youth Leadership Academy (YLA), participants access educational trainings/ workshops that develop strength and resiliency Special populations include foster youth and youth in need of mental/ emotional stability training that builds leadership, character, and long term self-sufficiency City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) Project/Program Title IS a program that provides a comprehensive approach towards building the long term resiliency of youth, with an emphasis on at -risk youth; developing life skills, self-esteem, and talents. YLA is conducted year round, and provides evidence based interventions for youth & adolescents (ages 12-21). At -risk youth are propelled towards self sufficiency through YLA's 3-tiered program structure: 1) Money Matters: (4) week series that teach youth financial self sufficiency; 2) Strengths 2.0: evidenced based workshops that develop individualized strengths and help youth navigate complex life circumstances; 3) Freely Operating Under New Direction (FOUND): monthly talent showcases that build self-esteem & character. Courses are available on -site, and provided to community partners upon request. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. if awarded, The Empowerment Center (TEC) Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on direct program costs Funding from the City of Temecula will support expenses for including food & beverage for participants, office supplies, computer hardware/software, training supplies for classroom activities, curriculum (Jr. Achievement/$500 per kit); program incentives including gift cards and certificates, marketing recruitment expenses; printing copies, toner, and ink. Funds will offset costs of courses offered at 4 week intervals on a quarterly basis Over the past four years, TEC has served over 300 'At Risk' youth within the Temecula Valley; maintaining a 100% student retention rate, and averaging a 70% increase in financial skills, self-esteem and personal self -efficacy. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. building the resiliency of'At Risk' youth in Temecula Valley so they grow into Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by positive contributors in society 'At risk; youth are defined as low income, and/or abused or neglected; removed from the home; lacking family structure; displaying behavioral disturbances. Such youth exhibit poor educational attainment; increased rates of substance abuse and criminal activity on our city streets. This leads to a life without hope for the future; perpetuating a cycle of poverty, incarceration, and homelessness for future generations. YLA breaks this cycle in the Temecula Valley by providing intervention in adolescent years; equipping youth with character, knowledge, & skills for successful adulthood. In 2019/20 YLA will increase life skills, personal strengths, creativity, & talent for 75'at risk' youth in Temecula Valley. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 75 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 20 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) is a comprehensive program that builds the long term resiliency of identified'at risk' youth throughout the Temecula Valley by developing life skills, character, personal strengths, and self esteem necessary to lead successful adult lives. City funds will be used for program expenses including food & beverage for participants, office supplies, computer hardware/software, training supplies for class activities, curriculum (Jr. Achievement/$500 per kit); program incentives including gift cards and certificates, marketing recruitment expenses; printing, copies, toner, ink. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM ! REVENUES 1 EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $ �f Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) 5,000.00 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 73,827.64 Other rants or funding already awarded g g y d for Project/Program, If any $ 23,950.00 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 6,408.36 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 20,000.00 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 5,532.00 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 1 ,500.00 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 7,250.00 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ 5,400.00 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 49,704.00 Other Expense For Project/Program $19,800.00 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM l $109,186.00 f $109,186.00 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: The Empowerment Center (TEC) Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents Q Z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program b names/addresses Temecula beneficiaries are avaitlable, June 30, 2019 $ description on Application + Award Letter f please alleCll 1 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City $ City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number). 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: The Empowerment Center JEC) Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... .. Name of Company Date Mo/Da /Yr ( y ) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) Purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted EMust be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents a z between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2020 1 description on Application + Award Letter ase attach 1 � $ 21 1 f$ 61 I$ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. ■ Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. ■ Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. ■ Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: The Empowerment Center (TEC) 27262 Via Industria Ibaker@IheempowermentcenlerinO.com MAILING ADDRESS: PHONE: � EMAIL: Temecula, CA 92590 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: l4aAaOT(tSi6 CO f— t Name "title SIGNATURE: DATE: 9/1 1 /2019 (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, -ter APPICATION PREPARED BY: Prin, t i me + "l W SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 IriueFl.rveauclnrlt-c In reply refer to: OGDEN UT 84rll1 1)Ur'V May 28, 2014 l.TR y168C 0 000D00 Do THE EMROwERM NT CENTER % TIFFANY BAKKN 27262 VIA INDLISMA f TEMECULA CA �rr7E.9T 37E1 I� 1n$' 6 Enplay 9r 141A11tiFication Number: Parson to Contact: H Wilms loll Free Telephone Numh"r. ? lilf-l5_'9-s500 Lear Taxpayer! BODC: TE This is in response to V"u r Apr. U5, 1U14, recluesk for Information rugJjrdinv your tax-exemisr st:ntus. Our roc_ards indicate thHt VOu were recogn!40A a5 exempt under secLlwn 5010 C3) of tha Intl=rnaJ Revenue Code In a deterninatiun letLer .sued in January ;t1311C>. Our records nlso indic.aLe thAT You are not a private founduLion within the meaning of Aaction 569(a) at the Code bsuatlao you are desur.ibud lI1 suctionis) 5091. I M and 170(h) C I MAKvi) . Donors may deduct canLrIbutions to you as provided in src_l:ion 170 of the Cade. Hapuestsr legacies, devises, transfers, ur yifts to you or for your uap are deduutivic_ tar Federal estate and Oft tar purposes it they matt the appl:irAh la prowisions at sections 2055. 2106, and 2622 of Lba Code. Please refer to our wel)sitp www.irs.gov/po for information resardirlg filing requiremwMts. SPeciflnAl1Y, 52UIull 6033(j) of LIFE: Code provides that failure to file An annual information reLuro for three copsecutive ynArs results In revocation of 'tax-exempL st,oLus as of the filing due date of Ihn third return for required Lu fie Le. he w3 it Publiw4 n list W uryonizaticon xl use 'tan -ex —Pt otatus was r-ouoked under section 603101 of Lhy Code on our website beainning in early MI. May 28o 2014 LTR 4168C [! oaoaau ©d THE ENPUWf-UMI-N6 UN'IUR X TIFFANY BAKFN 27262 VIA IHr11J%? 1 A TEMECULA r.A vr1-.P9u- 6Ibi If yuii f4mviN any que5tions� please call us at the tolophune NUmber shown in the 114jAding or this, letter. Sincerely yours, Tamera Ripperde Director, Exwmpl Qrgoji?7,itions Short Form FcRrr 990-EZ Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) OMB No. 1545-1150 12®18 ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. Department of the Treasury • I7_101a Internal rieveme Service ► Go to www.frs.gov1Form990E:Z for instructions and the latest information. A For the 2018 calendar year, or tax year beginning January 01 , 2018, and ending D_-cember 31 , 20 1✓ B Check if applicable: I C Name of organization D Employer identification number ❑ Address change THE EMPOWERMENT CENTER ❑ Narre change Number and street (or P.O. box, H mail is not delivered to street address) _ 116w sk E Telephone number Q initial return 271132 VIA INOUSTRIA ' 951-514-2939 ❑ Final return/term nated t`iit or town, state or province, coon ❑ Amended return y P try. and 21P or foreign postal code IF Group Exemption ❑ Application pendln9 Tefxlecula, CA 92690 Number ► G Accounting Method: 0 Cash 0 Accrual Other (specify) ► H Check ► Ulf the organization is not I Webafte:► tNWW.theempowennetrtt:entorlrlti.corru_ required to attach Schedule B J Tax-exempt status (check only fine) — 0 501(9X3) ©501(c ) ■ insert no. ❑ 494 7 a)(i or ❑527 (Form 990, 990-FZ, or 990-PF). - )-(--�_- - �— --( -� - — - - K Farm of organization: 0 Corporatien ❑ Trust ❑ AsacciaGon ❑ Other l Add lines 5b, 6c, and 7b to line 9 to determine grass receipts. If gross receipts are $200,000 or more, or if total assets (Part II, column (13)) are $500,000 or more, file Form 990 instead of Form 990-EZ . . . . . . . , . ► $ 14£i,6C3 Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances (see the instructions for Part � Check if the organization used Schedule O to respond to any question in this Part I _ p 1 Contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts received . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-105,402 2 Program service revenue including government fees and contracts R2 41.9 5.7 3 Membership dues and assessments . . . . . . . . . . 3 4 Investment income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . , 4 30 5a Gross amount from sale of assets other than inventory . . . . 15a b Less: cost or other basis and sales expenses . . . . . . . . 5b c Gain or (loss) from sale of assets other than inventory (Subtract line 5b from line 5a) Sc 6 Gaming and fundraising events: a Gross income from gaming (attach Schedule G if greater than $15,000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6a 0 a b Gross income from fundraising events (not including $ of contributions tr from fundraising events reported on line 1) (attach Schedule G if the sum of such gross income and contributions exceeds $15,000) . 6b i.2m c Less: direct expenses from gaming and fundraising events 6c __ d Net income or (loss) from gaming and fundraising events (add lines 6a and 6b and sub_tract line 6c) . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 6d 7a Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances 7a b Less: cost of goods sold . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 7b c Gross profit or (loss) from sales of inventory (Subtract line 7b from line 7a) 7c _ 8 other revenue (describe in Schedule 0) . . . . . , . . . . . 8 0 9 _Total revenue. Add lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5a, 6d, 7c, and S ► 9 1a6aaa 10 Grants and similar amounts paid (list in Schedule 0) . . . . . . . _10 780 11 Benefits paid to or for members . . . . . . , . . . 11 — W 12 Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits . . . . 12 2 13 Professional fees and other payments to independent contractors . 13 3,33,1 & 14 Occupancy, rent, utilities, and maintenance . . . 14 55,337 W 15 Printing, publications, postage, and shipping 15 262 16 Other expenses (describe in Schedule 0) . . , . 16 76,647 17 Total e�rises. Add lines 10 through 16 ► 17 136,360 18 Excess or (deficit) for the year (Subtract line 17 from line 9) 18 12,243 19 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (from line 27, column (A)) (must agree with Q end -of -year figure reported on prior year's return) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i9 36,6.36 Z20 Other changes in net assets or fund balances (explain in Schedule O) . 20 (262) 121 Net assets or fund balances at end of year. Combine lines 18 through 20 ► 21 1 40.667 For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Cat. No. 106421 Farm 990-EZ poi8) Form 990-EZ (2018) Page 2 • Balance Sheets (see the instructions for Part II) Check if the o_rganixation used Schedule_ O_ to res and to any queation in this Part II . . (A) Beginning of year (B) End of year 22 Cash, savings, and investments . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,484 22 24,486 23 Land and buildings . , . . , . . . . _ 23 24 Other assets (describe in Schedule 0) 24,673 24 24,673 25 Total assets . . . . . . . . . - 37,157 25 49,159 26 Total liabilities (describe in Schedule 0) 471 26 492 27 Net assets or fund balances ine 27 of column 8 must agree with line 21. 36,686 27 4B,66T Statement of Program Service Accomplishments (see the instructions for Part lil) — Check if the organization used Schedule 0 to respond to any uestfon in this Part III 8 Expenses What is the organization's primary exempt purpose? ~'"""''' (Required for section 501(c)p) and 601(c)(4) Describe the organization's program service accomplishments for each of its three largest program services, organizations; optional for as measured by expenses. In a clear and concise manner, describe the services provided, the number of others.) persons benefited, and other relevant Infarmation for each program title. 28 Sae Schedule 0 --��----------------------------------- -------- ----. _ _ — ----- --- -- -__ - Grants $ 7815 If this amount includes foreign grants, check here . /► ❑ 28a 5f5 29 See Schedule D _ — _-- (Grants $ 0-) If this amount includes foreign grants, Check here . ► ❑ 29a 14,464 30 eS a ScfieGl610 C7 - - -------------------- Grants $__ o off this amount includes fore_i0n grants, check here ► ❑ t3oa 20,03`�31 Other program services (describe in Schedule 0) . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . SGrants $ LIf this amount includes foreign grants, check here . ► El 32 Total program service expenses (add lines 28a through 31a) . . . . . . . . . ► 32 1 35,049 List of Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees (list each one even if not compensated —see the instructions for Part M Check if the organization used Schedule 0 to_resp ...d to any question in this Part IV . . _ . 8 ' (b) Average (c) Reportable (d) Health benefits, (a) Name and title hours per week compensation contributions to employee (e) Estimated amount of devoted to position I(Forms W-2/io99-fvlisc) benefit plans, and other compensation 11 (if not paid, enter -0-) deferred compensation Tiffany 9aker------------------ President $ 0 I > Corey Lewis LaKeshia Chambers -Treasurer Tracey Greer) - s1c9miniutrator-------_______.- Teresse Lewis Community Services Director—.�....— Ehoni Lawrence �T `io4ltfs Director 40 40 :o 0 Form 990-EZ po18) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 13 FALLIBROOK HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION dba FOUNDATION FOR SENIOR CARE CITY OF TEMECU1[A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: $ 5,000 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Senior Care Advocate prograi Start Date: 7/1 /19 End Date: 6/30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation, Inc Mailing Address: dba Foundation for Senior Care P.O. Box 2155 Fallbrook ,CA 92088 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation Name of Applicant Organization: dba Foundation for Senior Care Year Organization Founded: 1979 Website: foundationforseniorcare.org Number of Paid Staff: 16 Number of Volunteers: 70 Contact Narne: Keith Birkfeld Title/Position: Executive Director Contact Person's Email Address: kf,irkeeld�a(oundatianforse„�flr��r�.a� Telephone Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula, Fallbrook, Rainbow, Bonsall Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Program coordinated from 135 S. Mission Rd. Fallbrook - serving Temecula residents in 2020 from Michelle's Place - 41669 Winchester Rd #100, Temecula, CA 92590 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit 09-19-1979 Federal Identification Number State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as UGAYED 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt ://a s.irs. ov/a /eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status leftef/index.asp CITY MANAGER-, Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detaiiWkEf rmation about your charity found on this State Registry's htt ://rct.doi.ca. ov[Verification/Web/Search.as x?facillt =Y Search Tool: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee �_ Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes_X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Pro ram/Project g � Month +Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded b the City Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi y y p p Funding Received Sponsorship? CSF 18/19 Senior Care Advocacy Program 1/2019 $2,500 $ $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. The mission of the Foundation for Senior Care is to provide programs and resources enabling seniors to enhance their well-being and he.1p them enjoy a more meaningful life. The Senior Care Advocate ro ram is the embodiment of that mission to provide resources for seniors. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Senior Care Advocate program is a program designed to work Project/Program Title closely with our clients in the Temecula area to avoid repeated hospitalizations by installing equipment for safety and providing access to preventative support services. Fall prevention is a key factor when the Care Advocates conduct a home safety evaluation, identifying impediments and offering solutions. We have provided similar services in Fallbrook for over ten years. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on providing direct mobility access support (ramps, grab bars, etc.) in a senior's home (that are low-income qualified), cover transportation costs incurred to conduct these home safety visits (with connected fuel costs) along with the distribution of home safety kits, including walkway lighting, walkers/wheelchairs and smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by enabling our Care Advocates to perform home visits and safety checks to Temecula residents. For each home safety visit, we provide four additional services or follow up visits on average to assist seniors in accessing supportive in -home care, connecting them with national entitlement programs (Medi-Cal, VA), scheduling preventive medical services and working with Temecula Valley Hospital discharge staff. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 200 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 10 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Our Senior Care Advocate program offers free in -home services to seniors that: 1) Provides mobility / acces support (ramps, grab bars); 2) Distributes home safety kits and fall prevention measures (e.g. walkway lighting, walkers, wheelchairs, smoke/carbon monoxide detectors) 3) Connects seniors to local and national resources to help them age safely in place. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. f- -- - - - - -- PROJECT/PROGRAMBUbGET - - LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM - REVENUES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) $ 5,000 r - Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 28,520 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 89,837 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 110,033 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City s Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 3,062 Food Expense For Project/Program $ Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 2,710 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ 3,403 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 5,164 Other Expense For Project/Program $ 18,227 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM] $ 123,357 $ 142,599 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 103 Resident - 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation dba Foundation for Senior Care . Care Advocate Program _Name of Project/Program. 9 Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ $2, 500 Month + Year Grant Received from City: 1 /25/2019 Describe... t: Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure U .0 Must be dated on or Expenditure a Z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter 1 1 Amazon 1 6/20/19 1 $ 1899.411 Home Safety Equip. (attached) 2 1 Ace Hardware 1 6/26/19 1 $ 151.23 3 Care Advocates 7/1/18-6/30/19 $ 784.30 4 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund __ Awarded" (above) provided by the City $ 2,834.94 Flashlights Mileage Reimbursement Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, please attach Home Safety Kit Home Safety Kit Transportation City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: ■ Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. pp ORGANIZATION NAME: l� e" C �e �pr.�,� pr� r�n�C�7/��?sr �lior L«? MAILING ADDRESS: O'gog 6/5,5 PHONE r1 • PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: SIGNATURE- IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: nt Name EMAIL: � 6I Yk7`e `,d Q �vu�da.�i'v�rSeljioycarP Title DATE: 9 /1.9 (Month, Day, Year) Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 9/12/2019 Details about Q HELPO MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation Inc. <Back to Search Results Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation Inc, EIN: Fallbrook, CA, United States Other Names Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Copies of Returns (990, 990-EZ, 990-PF, 990-T) Electronic copies (images) of Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990-T returns filed with the IRS by charities and non- profits. Tax Year 2017 Form 990 Organization Name: Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation Inc am Tax Period: 201806 Return ID: STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD F T 6 PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/12/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter Entity ID: Entity Name: FALLBROOK HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION, INC. Unj 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 0 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) 037��5 Form 990 4Me No. I54i-0047 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 521, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) • Do not enter social security numbom on this form as It m be made public, lhparimenl of the Treasury aayy t t0 Pubtte.,+ lairs( Cenue service ► Inlormallon about Form 990 and Its Instructlons Is atuvww.lrs.govMlxrrtB9D. � tom' won I. 1:1-� A For the 2015 calendar year, or tax year beginning 7 /01 , 2015, and ending 6130 r 2016 8 Check If applicable: C D Employer IdenllgeMiaRaumboF Address change Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation Inc Name change PO BOX 2155 E Telephone number Initial return F'allbrook, CA 92088 760 723-7713 FlrW ral rn/tarmineted Amcndcd return G Gross receipts $ 983 413 . Application pending Name and address of principal officer; H(e) Is 1Ns a group return for subordnatesi' Yea X No Same As C Above H(b) Are ell subordinates included? LjYn No a I Tax•exemptstatus ]( 501(cx3) 501(c) ( )� (insert no.) 4947(a)(1)or 527 It'No.' ttach a list. (see instructions) Website: ► NIA irk.) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization: N Corporolion Ll Trust Association _LjOnxrr► ILYear of formation: M slate of legal domicile; il''""! Surma 1 Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities: Its MUMge iS to rOVide ro rams and resourges enat ng seniors to enhance _t_heir well=heinq and dive theta a more tneanincjful life._ The_geograptiic areas served n�lu took Rainbow Sansall�_Rainbow�_ _DeL_'uxt southwest Temecula - - - and_area_s of - - - CQun������ _ _ - - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ - 2 Check this hex • It the organization discontinued its operations or disposl���'t jN'8f� _ assets. 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part Vl, line 1a)....................... . . . ... ..n, ... 3 13 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part Vl, line lb}_ 'MkY' �'9" Hi 4 12 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2015 (Part V, line 2a). .......... .. 5 le 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary).. , , ..... , , ..... p�,, 6 20 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12.. ,. , ........ atii, n-Mble Trusts 70 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34 ..... _ ....... , ..1.1..... . ...... ..... 1 7b 0 Prior Year Current Year B Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h}........................................ 361 163. 325 196. 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g)............ . .. ......................... 68,575. 85,183. 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d)......................... 2,744. 9,996. 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and I Ie) ............. -1,534. 25,222. 12 Total revenue -- add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12)..... 4310 948. 445,597. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3) 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4)......................... a 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5.10).. .. 354 557. 369 452. 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line I Ie)....... . . ................ . b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► 2, 825_ :,g:` ' ' ,''' �'' ,+'; , ,; '1'°^i�? . Il 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines l la-1 ld, i lf•24e}...... , ......... , .... . 200 036. 176 722. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13.17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25). .. 554 593. 546,174. 19 Revenue less expanses. Subtract line 18 from line 12..... ......... ........... -123 645. -100 577 . 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16).. .. ......... ..... ............... Beginning of Current Year End of Year 1,051,632. 943,102. 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)... ..................................... , , 40,696. 32 743. 22 Net assets or fund balances, Subtract line 21 from line 20.............. •............. 1 O10 936. 910 359 i A` i1i7" Signature 81ock Undcr penallias of ppeerjury. I declare that I have examined this return, including accompanying schedules end statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and comprele, Declerallon of preparer (other then olflcer] is based on all informatlon of which prapa,ar has any krwwfedge. Sign sigrnalure or olrrcer Here Bob Franz ype or pant norm and litla. MIN PrInVType preparer's name Paid James K Vander S ek CPA Preparer Firm's name ► VanderSpek Flow US13 Drd Proparer's slgn3lure James K Vander 5 ek CPA evl. CPAs Data Dote Check if I PIN sell employed - jl Firms address 350 West Fifth Ave. Suite 300 1 Firm'sEIN► Escondido, CA 92025-4865 Phone no. May the IRS discuss this return with the prepiwer shown above? (see instructions).... , , , , „, , . , _ .... 1xi Yes No 8AA For Paperwork Red uciIon Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEAD113L 10112r15 Form 990 (2015) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 14 FEEDING AMERICA RIVERSIDE SAN BERNARDINO i CITY OF TEMECULA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COW')-1UN ITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5,000 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Fueling Temecula Distribution ,tart Date: 7/1/19 End Date: 6/30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Feeding America Riverside I San Bernardino Mailing Address: 2950 Jefferson Avenue, Suite A Riverside, CA 92504-8320 I ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Feeding America Riverside I San Bernardino Year Organization Founded: 1980 Website: www.FeedincilE.org Number of Paid Staff: 26 Number of Volunteers: 5,000 Contact Name: Lori Butler Title/Position:_Director of Philanthropy Contact Person's Email Address: lbutler@feedingamerica Telephone: 951-359-4757 ext. 109 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Riverside and San Bernardino Counties Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.)Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's MailingAddress) NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: 1985 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as Nant .. 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt ://a s.irs. ov/a /eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link:_ hti s.//vliww.ftb.ca, ov/online/self serve entity status iettedindex.asp Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of a aQ- :Information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt://rct.doi.ca. ❑v[Verification/Web/Search.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS i Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No X Yes If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ $ I MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION i Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Feeding America Riverside I San Bernardino's FARSB mission is to alleviate hunger in the Inland Empire. Our primau goal is to eliminate hunger in the two counties we serve. In pursuit of this goal, 98% every donation goes directly to programs and services that feed those in need. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Fuelinq Temecula Distribution is a project that will help offsetfuel Project/Program Title costs for delivering an estimated 819,000 pounds of nutritious food to 18,160 low-income to Temecula residents. FARSB trucks pick up donations from local and national donors and transports them to our warehouse. We then deliver this product to our non-profit partner charities Temecula who distribute it to those needing food assistance. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. Fng erica Riverside enan ernardiCi no ountes fuel and oil for If awarded,--eediAm -- d SB - will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name transporting food donations to our charity partners in Temecula who in turn will provide it residents facing food insecurity. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TQNlECQLA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by enabling us to source and distribute over 819,000 pounds of nutritious food this fiscal year to 18,160 low-income individuals. Support can directly impact the health and welfare of Temecula residents as nutritious food is often too costly. By investing in FARSB, we can help Temecula residents receive fresh fruits and vege- tables, protein, and other wholesome shelf -stable product. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 182160 - Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 5 000 - City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Funds will be used to offset fuel, oil and other transportation costs associated directly in sourcing and distributing nutritious food to Temecula residents. Food will be distributed to FARSB's hunger -relief partners in Temecula. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $ Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) 5.000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 0 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 0 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 0 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 0 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Other Expense For Project/Program $ 5, 000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $ 5,000 $ 5,000 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office -CSF Organization: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ c � Name of Company' Date (Mo/DayNr) � Amount E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of E Must be dated on or Expenditure Q z between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City Name of Project/Program: Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... (1) what the expenditure was (2) purpose of the expenditure MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Letter Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office -CSF Organization: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: _— Name of Project/Program: Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure m Must be dated on or Expenditure Q z between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program June 30, 2020 description on Application + Award Lettei 41 1 f$ 7 EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" aboveZprovided by the City Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, Please attach City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 I SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Feeding America Riverside I San Bernardino 2850 Jefferson Ave., Suite A 951 359A757 ext. 109 (butler@feedingamericaie.org MAILING ADDRESS: PHONE: ( ) EMAIL: Riverside, CA 92504-8320 PRESIDENT/AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Stephanie Otero, President and CEO Print Nam,- Ste hanie Otero Digitally signed by Stephanie Otero SIGNATURE: _ p Date: 2019.09.12 2200:20-04'07' DATE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Lori Butler, Director of Philanthropy APPICATI ON PREPARED BY: Title 9/15/19 (Month, Day; Year) SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 13767 p c l lupartment of the Trcasory i r1i. 1. IJ l:ktornal Revenue .Ni-t-Oce P.O. Box 2508, Room 4010 Cincinnati OH 45201 In reply refer to: _ Mar. 05, 2015 LTR 4168C 000000 00 BODC: TE FEEDING AMERICA RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES 2950 JEFFERSON ST STE A RIVERSIDE CA 92504-8320 Employer Identification Number: Person to Contact: S LENARD Toll Free Telephone Number: 1-877-829-5500 Dear Taxpayer: This is in response to your Dec. 16, 2014, request for information regarding your tax-exempt status. Our records indicate that you were recognized as exempt under section 50lCc)(03) of the Internal Revenue Code in a determination letter issued in January 1985. 0 Our records also indicate that you are not a private foundation within the meaning of section 509(a) of the Code because you are described in section 509(a)(2). Donors may deduct contributions to you as provided in section 170 of the Code. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to you or for your use are deductible for Federal estate and gift tax purposes if they meet the applicable provisions of sections 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the Code. Please refer to our website www.irs.gov/eo for information regarding filing requirements. Specifically, section 6033(j) of the Code provides that failure to file an annual information return for three consecutive years results in revocation of tax-exempt status as of the filing due date of the third return for organizations required to file. We will publish a list of organizations whose tax-exempt status was revoked under section 6033(j) of the Code on our website beginning in early 2011. Mar. 05, 2015 LTR 4168C 0 000000 00 FEEDING AMERICA RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES 2950 JEFFERSON ST STE A RIVERSIDE CA 92504-8320 If you have any questions, please call us at the telephone number shown in the heading of this letter. Sincerely yours, Tamera Ripperda Director, Exempt Organizations STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD F 1 PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/9/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: - Entity Name: FEEDING AMERICA RIVERSIDE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES ® 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board 17701 ] 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. 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Revenue Service a Go to www.irs.gov/Form990 for instructions and the latest information. OMB No. 15450047 201-0 Open to Public Inspection A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning 7 / 01 2017, and ending 6/ 3 0 , 2018 B Check if applicable: C ❑ Employer identification number Address change FEEDING AMERICA Name change RIVERSIDE & SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES E Telephone number Initial return 2950 JEFFERSON STREET B RIVERSIDE, CA 92504 (951) 359-4757 Final return/terminated Amended return G Gross receipts $ 46,878,121. Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: H(a) Is this a group return for subordinates? Yes No _ SAME AS C ABOVE H(b) Are all subordinates included? Yes NNo If 'No, attach a list. (see instructions) I Tax-exempt status I X1 501(c)(3) 1 J. 501(c) (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) or 1 527 J Website: ® FEEDINGAMERI CAIE . ORG H(c) Group exemption number I► K Form of organization: N Corporation Trust AssociationLl OtherL Year of formation: 1980 M State of legal domicile: CA Patti I Summary 1 Brieffy describe the organization's_mission or most significant a_ctivitjes:OUR MISSION IS TO ALLEVIATE HUNGER-IN-- 11) THE IN%AND EMPIRE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. -"-� ----- - --------------------- ---------------------------------- 0 2 --�------- ----------�--------- Check this box ® f the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more - - than 25% of its net assets, -- - _ c� 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la) ................................... 3 17 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b)... . . . ............. . . _ , 4 16 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) ..., , _ .................... 5 48 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) ........ . . . . ............................... . . ....... 6 500 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 ...................... 7a 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34. . ............ , .. ...... ......... 7b D Prior Year Current Year y 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h).......................... .... ........ 47, 804, 974. 45,756, 312_ 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g)................ . ......... .. , .. , .. , . , 1,189,786. 1 012 870. 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d).._...._................. 4,083. 79,486. cc 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and Ile)..... ..... .., 33,066. 19 939. 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12)..... 49, 031, 909. 46, 868, 607. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3). ........... ........ 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) ......................... u, 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) ..... 1, 497, 932. 1,505, 594. 16 a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line 1 1 e)............... . ......... . r b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► 326, 269. "' 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines IIa-lid, llf-24e)............ .........._._ 46 401 060. 45 367 11, 591. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)............. 47,898,992. 47, 873, 185. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12...................... ..... _. .. 1,132,917. -1 004 578 . pe , Beginning of Current Year End of Year a2 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16)................................................ .-. 3,959,769. 3 035 280. a21 F, Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) ................... .................................. 323,780. 402, 861. 3, 635, 989. 2, 632, 419. 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20............................. Part 11 1 Signature Block Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examiner) this return, including accompanying schedules and stslemenls, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other ihan officer) Is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge. Sign Srgnalureofofficer Daw Here 1� STEPHANIE OTERO CEO Type or print name and title PrintFrype preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check if i N Paid MICHELE SUCHAN MICHELE SUCHAN 1/19/19 self-employed Preparer Firm's name ® SUCHAN & ASSOCIATES Use ®tlly Firm'saddress " 3286 E GUASTI RD STE 130 Firm'sEIN ONTARIO, CA 91761 Phoneno. 909-781-6443 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) - - - - .. - . _ .... - - - - . - . - - 1XI Yes I I No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0113L 08108f17 Form 990 (2017) ,. FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING I GRANT APPLICATION # 15 ' HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INLAND VALLEY CI TY OF TEMECUIL A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5,000 Project/Program Title: A Brush with Kindness (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Start Date: 7/1/19 End Date: 6/30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Mailing Address: 27475 Ynez Road #390 Temecula, CA 92591 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Habitat IV Website: www.habitativ.org Contact Name: Mary Stein Year Organization Founded: 1991 Number of Paid Staff: 31 Number of Volunteers: 2,084 Contact Person's Email Address: mary@habitativ.org Title/Position: Associate Director Telephone: 951-296-3362 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Southwest Riverside County Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be excl_ us_ iveiy used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Habitat's office: 41615 Winchester Road Suite 214 Temecula CA 92590 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit:_ February 21, 1991 Federal Identification N State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: httg://apps.irs.gov/aop/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https:llwww.ftp.ca.Qoylvnline/self serve entity status letter/index.asp Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's htt://rct.doi.ca. ovNerification/Web/Search.as x?faciri -Y Search Tool: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes_X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Funded b the Cif Grant/Sponsorship onsorshi y y p p Month + Year f Funding Received mount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? A Brush with Kindness - minor repairs $5,000 CSF April, 2019 CSF A Brush with Kindness - minor repairs December, 2017 $5 000 CDBG Critical Repairs 19/20 $40,000 CDBG Critical Repairs 18/19 $ 30,960 $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. The mission of Habitat IV is to facilitate the dream of homeownership as well as improve living conditions for those within the community. Habitat IV furthers the worldwide Habitat goal of providing simple, affordable homes and solutions to families and residents in need. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The A Brush with Kindness is our minor home repair program Project/Program Title providing low-income Temecula residents with low -to -no cost minor exterior home repairs and maintenance services with the goal of protecting and preserving home affordability. We serve any low-income resident in need, the majority of those seeking services are seniors. Typical repairs include weed abatement, exterior painting, fencework, accessibility and minor repairs. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Habitat IV Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on serving any low-income resident within the City of Temecula who is in need of minor exterior home repairs and maintenance services. Projects can include landscaping, weed abatement, exterior painting fencework, accessibility and other repairs. Funds will provide the basic materials and supplies needed for repairs such as: nails, lumber, paint, tools, siding, volunteer and other supplies. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by This project is only available to qualified, low-income Temecula residents and will help keep neighborhoods beautify and protect affordable housing while stabilizing residents. Many times simple repairs or can cause struggling residents to quickly become financially unstable, but with ABWK, residents can gain some financial stability. Over 90% of those served are fixed -income seniors. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 10-15 individuals 50-75 volunteers City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council - Funds would be utilized to provide low -to no -cost home repair/maintenance projects to low-income residents within the City of Temecula with the goal of preserving home affordability. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECTlPROGRAM BUDGET — LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $ Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) 5,000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 5, 000 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount [ $ 7,500 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 5, 000 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ Food Expense For Project/Program $ 500 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 1 ,000 Supplies Expense For Project/Program $ 1 0,000 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 1 , 000 Other Expense For Project/Program l $ — TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM 1 $ 1 7,500 $17,500 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. 1 2. 3, 4. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 26 Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000 Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) E on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice Must be dated on or Q z between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019 I 1 1 see attached Amount of Expenditure $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided b three City A Brush with Kindness -Minor Home Repairs Name of Project/Program: Month + Year Grant Received from City: 4/1 /2019 Describe... Explain ... (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, please attach City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: is Name of Company 0 on Receipt/invoice E QZ Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount on Receipt/Invoice of Must be dated on or Expenditure between July 1, 2019 - I June 30, 2020 1 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City Describe... (1) what the expenditure was (2) purpose of the expenditure MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. ® The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley MAILING ADDRESS: 27475 Ynez Road #390 PHONE; ( 951) 296-3362 EMAIL; mary@habitativ.org Temecula, CA 92591 PRESIDENT / SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVV , APPICATION PREPARED BY: mmy Marine, Executive Director ame ary Stein, Associate Director Title DATE: 9 16-19 (Month, Day, Year) Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Habitat for Humanity' nity' September 29, 2015 Inland Valley HFH 27475 Ynez Rd #390 Temecula, CA 92591-4612 RE: 501(c)(3) Letter for Inland Valley HFH, Partner ID Dear Affiliate Leader: Help build 0.' This letter will confirm that Inland Valley HFH, with employer identification number is considered a subordinate under the group tax exemption umbrella of Habitat for Humanity International, Inc. ("HFHI") under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The group exemption number assigned to HFHI by the IRS is M This number may be provided to prospective donors, foundations and other grant organizations as they request it and is required on certain IRS forms. Enclosed is a copy of the determination letter dated March 9, 2015, provided by the IRS as evidence of HFHI's tax exempt status as well as its group exemption. The determination letter, together with this letter, confirms Inland Valley HFH's subordinate status and provides evidence of its tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Code. In partnership, Beverly Huffman Director, US/Canadian Support Services Center Habitat for Humanity International 877-434-4435 USSuPportCenter�?a habitat org habitat.org bor° Enclosure 'PIT7,NNATIO,'A' PFAMI)?RTCR_� ' 'I HaSq' I SI A-P.*iK (.A �.I in, ;4� II �� wvOlhihr qr(! ;221)) 076-61M Ni irr DaperI new of the Traeaury Infrrnul Revenue Service OGDEN UT 84201-0029 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL INC HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTRNL PARENT MA X EDWARD K QUIBELL - CFO/SR VP 121 HABITAT ST AMERICUS GA 31709-3423 052913 In reply refer to: Mar. 09, 2015 LTR 4167C 0 000000 0 BODC: TE Employer Identification Number: Group Exemption Number: Person to Contact: Ms Benjamin Toll Free Telephone Number: 1-877-829-5500 Dear Taxpayer: This is in response to your Jan. 20, 2015, request for information about your tax-exempt status. Our records indicate that you were issued a determination letter in January 1987, and that you are currently exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Based on the information supplied, we recognized the subordinates named on the list you submitted as exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Code. Horrors may deduct contributions to yt]u as provided in section 170 of the Code. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to you or for your use are deductible for Federal estate and gift ta); purposes if they meet the applicable Provisions of sections 2055, 21.06 and 2522 of the Code. If you have any questions, please call us at the telephone number shown in the heading of this letter. Sincerely yours, Tamera Ripperda Director, Exempt Organizations IRS Group Exemption FAQs The IRS refers to "central" or "parent" organizations, as well as "subordinate" organizations? What does these terms mean? An organization that has been granted a 501(c)(3) group exemption by the IRS is referred to as the central or parent organization. The central organization generally supervises many affiliates or chapters, called subordinate organizations. The subordinate organizations have similar structures, purposes, missions and activities. •e• In Habitat's case, HFHI is the central organization and each Affiliate is a subordinate organization. What is the reason for group exemptions vs individual exemptions? Group exemptions are an administrative convenience for both the IRS and organizations with many affiliated organizations. Subordinates in a group exemption do not have to file, and the IRS does not have to process, separate applications for exemption. Instead, the IRS allows the central organization to include its subordinate organizations under its tax exempt "umbrella." •s° Group exemptions are more convenient because only one central organization (HFHI) needs to be checked for tax exempt status. r Who determines if a subordinate organization may be included under the central organizations' group exemption? The central organization, not the IRS, determines who is exempt under its 501(c)(3) umbrella. The IRS does not approve or deny a subordinate's inclusion on HFHI's roster of exempt subordinates. It is solely at the discretion of the central organization holding the 501(c)(3) designation as long as the subordinate is similar in mission, purpose, structure and activities. The IRS leaves it up to the central organization to police its own list of subordinate entities and to report any changes. Failure to monitor the list in accordance with the rules set forth by the IRS may result in the central organization having its 501(c)(3) status revoked. ❖ HFHI is the final determiner of whether Affiliates are on its group exempt list. The IRS will not issue a letter with regard to an individual Affiliate. How does a donor verify that an organization is included as a subordinate in a group exemption ruling? The central organization which holds the group exemption (rather than the IRS) determines which organizations are included as subordinates under its group exemption umbrella. Therefore, a donor should verify that an organization is a subordinate eligible to receive tax deductible donations by requesting a copy of a letter provided by the central organization to the subordinate confirming the subordinate entity's inclusion on its roster of exempt subordinates. This letter, coupled with a copy of the central organizations 501(c)(3) determination letter provides adequate proof of the entity's tax exempt status. • Affiliate should provide donors a copy of the confirmation letter (with the HFHI IRS determination letter attached) that HFHI provides to each Affiliate on an annual basis. Donors should be told that the IRS determination letter will not reference the Affiliate by name. How do donors verify that contributions are deductible with respect to a subordinate organization in a section 501(c)(3) group exemption ruling? Many donors are accustomed to consulting the IRS database known as EOS Select Check to confirm that donations to a specific organization are tax deductible. This works well for organizations that have an individual tax exemption; however, it creates a bit of confusion when it comes to organizations with a group tax exemption status. The EOS Select Check database does NOT list all subordinate entities. It lists the central organization because the central organization is the entity that applied for, and was granted, a 501(c)(3) designation. Many times donors become alarmed when they do not see the individual Affiliate listed in the database. It is important to explain to your donor that providing HFHI's group exemption number (GEN) along with a confirmation letter from HFHI, as the central organization, is sufficient proof of the subordinate entity's tax exempt status. Donors may rely upon central organization verification with respect to deductibility of contributions to subordinates covered in a section 501(c)(3) group exemption ruling. sus Explain to your donors early the procedure so that they will not be surprised when the Affiliate is not referenced on the EOS database. Employer Identification Number (EIN) vs Group Exemption Number (GEN) The Employer Identification Number (EIN) is a nine -digit number that is unique to each business and generally appears in the following format: XX-XXXXXXX. Its role for a business is similar to that of the Social Security number for an individual. The number includes information about which state the corporation is registered in. This unique identification number is assigned to a business entity so that they can easily be identified by the Internal Revenue Service. The EIN is also known as a Federal Identification Number (FIN) or Tax ID. This number is apart and separate from a company's group exemption number (GEN). The EIN identifies the specific organization. The GEN identifies the entity's further designation as a tax exempt organization. The GEN number is a number assigned by the IRS which identifies the central organization who was granted the group exemption. The GEN number is a 4 digit number that should be supplied to donors when they make a donation. This number allows the donor to make a tax deduction based on the donation to the tax exempt entity. ■ HFHI's GEN is 8545. This should be given to your donors. • Do not use HFHI's EIN in your Affiliate's tax return and other documents. This will cause the IRS to confuse your Affiliate with HFHI (including accidentally holding you responsible HFHI's payroll taxes, misreporting on Form 990, etc.) ❖ HFHI's GEN is 8545. This should be given to your donors. 4- Do not use HFHI's EIN in your Affiliate's tax return and other documents. This will cause the IRS to confuse your Affiliate with HFHI (including accidentally holding you responsible HFHI's payroll taxes, misreporting on Form 990, etc.) STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD PO BOX 942857 B SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/15/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: Entity Name: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INLAND VALLEY, INC. ® 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. lJ 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) Department of the treasury ' Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. Internal Revenue Semre ' Go to wwwJrs.gov/Form990 for instructions and the latest information. A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning B Check if applicable: C Address change HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Name change INLAND VALLEY, INC. Initial return 41615 WINCHESTER RD Final return/terminated TEMECULA, CA 92590 Amended return 7/01 , 2017, and ending 6/.30 #214 Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: TAMARA MARINE Same As C Above Tax-exempt status I X 1501(c)(3) 501(c) ( ),4 (insert no.) I 14947(a)(1) or I 527 OMB No. 1545-0047 201 ©pen to Public Inspet:tlon 2018 D Employer identification number E Telephone number 41 516F 847. "[a) is ft a group return for subordinates? Yes x No H(b) Are all subordinates included? Yes No If No, attach a list. (see instructions) G Gross receipts $ J Website: ► WWW . HABITATIV . ORG H(c) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization: x Corporation Trust Association11 Other' L Year of formation: 19 92 1 M State of legal domicile: CA 7RE Summa1 B_riefly_de_scrib_e_th_e_orga_nizatlo_n's mission or_most significant a_ctfvities.T_HE_ MISSION0F_H_A_BI_TAT_F_OR_H_U_MA_N_I_TY___IN_L_A_ND VALLEY, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GOD,_ IS TO _FACILITATE -TIME DREAM OF________ HO_M_E_OW_N_E_RS_HIP, AS WELT, A5_TMFROVE_THE LIVING CONDTTIaNS FOR THDSEN THE _CO_M_N!_UN_I_T_Y. - --- -- -- ----- - ------------------------- 2 Check this box f the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. ----[Ti—--- -----------------------------------...__------_--- C7 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la) ................................... 3 18 °d 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1b),........... 1 ayi q 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a).......,........ .......... 5 33 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary)......... .................... , , , . , , ...... ....... 6 1,21 a 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12. , , ............................... 7a 0 _ b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34......................... _ , .. , .. , , , , . 7b 0 Prior Year Current Year d 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1 h)................6'1% .. . 1,413,321. 1,345,864. .......... c3 9 Program service revenue Part VIII, line 2 22, 190 . 22 490 . 9 ( 9).......,..., ... ......... m10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, a 214. 307. 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, Sc, 1........__ —6 917. 1,125, 016. 12 Total revenue — add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Pa column), line 12)..... 1,428,808. 2,493,677. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3)......... ............ 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) .......... ............. — 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10)_=:._ 997, 934. 998, 595. 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line I le). .............. Cb Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► 138, 659. 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 1la-lid, 11f-24e)....................... .. 718 854. 1,141,622. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)...... 1,716,788. 2 140 217. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12 ........... -- ................. —287 980 . 353 460. b Beginning of Current Year End of Year �. 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) ........................ . . . .................. . 2 193 344 , 2,223,455. 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) ............................... . . ....... . . ........... 582,971. 216,038. i, 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20. . ...................... 1 610,373.1 2,007,417. Si nature Block Under penaflles of perjury, I declare that I have exarnined this return, including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and ed complete. Declaration of preparer (other than officer) is bason all information of whirls preparer has any knowledge. Sign Signature of officer Data Here ` TAMARA MARINE Executive Dir. ype or prrnl name and litle Print/type preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check if PTIN Paid Michael Klein, CPA Michael Klein, CPA I self-employed Preparer Firm's name ' NIGRO & NIGRO PC Use Only Firm's address ' 25220 Hancock Ave Ste 400 Firm's EIN MURRIETA CA 92562-9739 Phone no. 951 698-8783 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) ................. ]( Yes I I No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0113L 08/08/17 Form 990 (2017) * N Habitat Noiv n7ore than ever. for Humanity® Help Build It! inLii1d Malley September 16, 2019 Aaron Adams, City Manager Board of Directors City of Temecula Community Service Funding Program Craig Evans 41000 Main Street President Temecula, CA 92590 Connie French Vice President Dear Mr. Adams: LuanneJobgen Secretary Thank you for the opportunity to present a Program Application for the 2019- Barbara Wurtz 2020 Community Service Program Funding for the City of Temecula. In 2018- Treasurer 2019, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley received funding and proudly provided 26 households with home repair and maintenance projects. We were Estella Cline able to complete more projects than in previous years due to the City's ongoing Jacob Gillette support. Christopher Hart Jeannette Hartmann Projects were more unique this year providing both beautification as well as Karl H'Orvath health and safety improvements. We provided neighborhood beautification on Maria Johnson 15 homes within the Heritage Mobile Estates Park, providing mostly weed Dan Keck abatement through a single -day event. Other projects included skirting Michael McCracken replacement, furnace repair, deck repair, porch and stair carpeting, landing Vicki Puterbaugh repair, handrail installation and paver installation. Jackie Steed Gary Thornhill These projects directly impacted residents and the City of Temecula as a Paul Villamil whole, instilling a sense of community and pride for beautifying neighborhoods. Once again, we approach the City of Temecula to partner in Advisory Board serving the residents of the City through the A Brush with Kindness Program. David Blake David Boone John Bunge Our A Brush with Kindness Program provides minor home repairs for low - Brad Eskildsen income families. In ABWK, Habitat provides materials and labor to make Lary Markham small, cosmetic or safety improvements to homes. Generally, these are quick, Louie Schulenberg external fixes like removing debris, mending broken fences, or exterior/window repairs that help secure residents and preserve affordable Tammy Marine housing. The beauty of our program is the flexibility to meet individual needs Executive Director to create or protect housing affordability, Federal Tax ID 33-0461804 Thank you again for your consideration; we look forward to the City's review and evaluation of our work and proposed program to serve the residents of the City of Temecula. If you have any further questions, or I can provide more 71 informatians� do not hesitate to contact me. Coned Wary Flhe hive Valleys Communi lniUaflve Partner � I Tammy Marne, EA6cutive Director 274V Yr . toad #390. Temecula, CA 92591 Phone: (951) 296-3362 Fax: (951) 296-3363 www.liabitativ.org FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 16 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEYS CITY OF TEMECULA- FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5000.00 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Senior Assistance Program Start Date: 07/01/2019 End Date: 06/30/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Hospice of the Valleys Mailing Address: 25240 Hancock Ave. ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Hospice Of the Valleys Year Organization Founded:1982 Website:wwW•HOspiceoftheValley Number of Paid Staff:58 Number of Volunteers: 50 Contact Name: Melanie House Title/Position Dev. Coordinator Contact Person's Email Address: mhouse@hovsc.org Telephone: 951-200-7800 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: SW Riverside Co & Fallbrook Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) SW Riverside County & Fallbrook Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) 25240 Hancock Ave. Suite 120 Murrieta, CA 92562. NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: June 1983 Federal Identification Number. State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt�llapps.irs.gov/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex._asp 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of dptgileq jpfgrmation about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt ://rct.doi.ca. ❑vNerificationA'VeblSearch.as x?faciM =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATIONOITY MANAGER'S Page 1 of 7 OFFICE Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes_X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? CDBG 2020 Senior Assistance Program 6/2020 $5,538 CDBG 2019 Senior Assistance Program/ CDBG 6/2018= $5,345 6/2019 $ 5,583 CSF FY18/19 Senior Assistance Program 2/2019 $ 5,000 CSF FY17/18 Senior Assistance Program 12/2017 $5,000 I MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION 1 Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Hospice of the Valleys fosters reverence for life, relief of suffering, and compassion in loss for terminally ill patients, and their families, in the communities we serve. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Senior Assistance Program is hospice care for Project/Program Title senior citizens and the severely disabled. Care includes personal visits by clinicians and volunteers, as well as the provision of medical supplies, medications, & durable medical equipment. Care is also given to family members and caregivers, as needed. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Hospice of the Valleys will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name medication copays, incontinence supplies, fully electric bed rentals, and overbed tables for the Temecula residents we serve. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by providing them with medical equipment and supplies that will keep them comfortable at the end of life. We will also save them money by not charging them for medication co -pays. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program. 50 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program 50 RECEIVED City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Senior Assistance Programs Grant funding will be used to pay for medical supplies and medical equipment to keep our patients comfortable. Funds will also help cover the costs of patient medication copays. S. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) E REVENUES J EXPENSES —�— - L -- $5000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization s17,700 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 5345 In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 0 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) �quipment Expense For Project/Program Food For Expense Project/Program P Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $28045 Other Expense For Project/Program $ TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM � $28045 $28045 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. i If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 36 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Hospice of the Valleys Name of Project/Program: Senior Assistance Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: S 5000 Month + Year Grant Received from City: 2/2019 1 Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayN. Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice on Receiptllnvoice of (2) Purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted t a m E Q 3 Must be dated on or between July 1, 2018 - Expenditure MUST support Project/Program Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 2 Horizon $ 9��'A> ovcy4e l -4Abb C,;, r 3. 5 $ 6 $ 7L:�— $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund $ (/ Awarded" (above)provided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. e The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. m If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Hospice of the Valleys S k Ave. ancocSuite I i� � Yr!i y Vse- . 0 MAILING ADDRESS: 25240 HPHONE: (� ) �� �� EMAIL: � � V 1 y 25240 Hancock Ave. Suit( PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: 1,L n L' e v iL-e— tint Name SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY:� ►Fitle J DATE: � � /, (Month, 6ay, Year) P W,�,;f aor Print Name I Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Q HELPO MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > Hospice Of The Valleys Sc < Back to Search Results Hospice Of The Valleys Sc EIN: Murrieta, CA, United States Publication 78 data Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 6-Jul-2018 Our Agency f �'► Share I Print 9300O in a fj' Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites About IRS Taxpayer Bill of Respond to a Espanol U.S. Treasury Rights Notice STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD F"rg PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 8/7/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: - Entity Name: HOSPICE OF THE VALLEYS SC 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 57 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. El4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) t of the Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. rpnl°emra Revenue Service ry ► Go to wwwdrs.gov/Form990 for instructions and the latest information. OM/BB No 15450047 201■-0 Open to Public Inspection A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning 2017, and ending , B Check if applicable: fr LDj MEmo er identification number Address change HOSPICE OF THE VALLEYS SC, INC. Name change 25240 HANCOCK AVE, STE 120 E Telephone number Initial return MURRIETA, CA 92562 951-200-7800 Final relurn/terminated Amended return G Gross receipts $ 5 852, 773 _ Application pending 1' Name and address of principal officer: LYNETTE CVAR H(a) Is this a group return forsubordlnales? Yes No Same As C Above H(b) Are all subordinates included? Yes No If'No,' attach a list (see instructions) I Tax-exempt status )( 50,W(3) H 501(c) ( ),4 (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) or 527 J Website: ► WWW. HOSPICEOFTHEVALLEYS.ORG H(c) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization: Corporation HTrust AssociationLl Other L Year of formation: 1983 M State of legal domicile: CA Marti fSummary 1 Briefly _describe _the organization's mission or most significant activities; THE SPECIFIC PURPOSE OF_ _H_OS_P_I_CE0_F_T_H_E VALLEYS IS TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ---------- -- --------------------------------------------------- TO TERMIN.ALLY_ILL_PATIENTS __ --------------------------=--------------- 0 2 Check this box ► If the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets — _ 0 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la) 3 8 °a 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b) . - .. 4 A) 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) ..... 5 62 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) .. ............ ..... 6 7 Q 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 , , , ...... ......... - . 7a 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34............ 7b 0, Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h). ..................... _ 125 979. 57,704. a, 3 C 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) 5,290,155. 5,631,040. 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, an[) Ida 11,366. 14,594. 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9C. IOC. and 11ej .. 87,380. 104 142. 12 Total revenue — add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part Vlil, column (A), line 12)..... 5, 514, 880. 5,807,480. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3).. ... ... .. ........ 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) .. .......... _... . .... _. u, 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10)_. _._ 3, 738, 669. 3,730,633. c16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line Ile) .... 0. b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► 113, 275. w 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11a-1Id, 11f-24e) 1,681,984. 1,779,781. 18 Total expenses, Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)- - 5,420,653. 5f 51C 414. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12- ---------- 94,227. 297 066. 5 Beginning of Current Year End of Year s°a 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) ....... ......... 1 924 110. 2,247,097, a 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) ..... ...... ... ................. ... , .. 370 110. 383 0$4 _ i . 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20.._-. -_ ... 1 554 000. 1,864,013. Li -art a 1 wI nature Mom Undar penalties of pequry, I declare that have examined this return, including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of prepWer (other than officer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge Sign aignarum Ur orncer uate Here LYNETTE CVAR CAO/CFO Type or prim name and title Print/Type preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check if PTIN Paid Michael Klein CPA, EA Michael Klein CPA, EA self-employed Preparer Firm's name " NIGRO & NIGRO PC Use Only Firm's address " 25220 Hancock Ave Ste 400 Firm's EIN MURRIETA CA 92562-9739 Phoneno. 951 698-8783 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... }( Yes No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, seethe separate instructions. TEEA01131_ oa/08l17 Form 990 (2017) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 17 JACOB"S HOUSE INC. crrV OF TE,T"1 CULA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION I Amount Requested: $ 51000 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: JH Operations Start Date: 7/1 /19 End Date: 6/30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Jacob's House Inc. Mailing Address: 31525 Jeded'ah Smith Rd Temecula CA 92592 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED �l Name of Applicant Organization: Jacobs House Inc Year Organization Founded: 2007 Website: www•jacobshouseternecula.org Number of Paid Staff: 4 Number of Volunteers: 60 Contact Name: Martin Barrera-Martinez Title/Position: Operations Manager Contact Person's Email Address: martin@iacobshousetemecuia.org Telephone: 951-452-2627 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves_ Temecula Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula CA 92592 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit August 16th, 2007 Federal Identification State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htip://apps.irs.g v/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letter/index.as 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt ://rct.doi.ca. ov/Verification/Web/Search.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 RECEIVED CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No x Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No x Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors x FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Members -at -Large Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No Yes X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? laundry room expansion $1768.84 CSF 16/17 Feb 2017 Feb 2018 CSF 17/18 rehabilitation project; upgrade laundryroom $2500 $2500 CSF 18/19 operational expenses; office/residential supplies Jan 2019 MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Jacob's House is a 'House of Refuge' where families displaced by a traumatic medical crisis can access JH emergency shelter services and find hope, comfort, peace, and respite while caring for a loved one admitted to critical/ life -threatening care in a Southwest Riverside County hospital. JH is a community resource providing emergency shelter; as well as physical, emotional, and spiritual support for families in crisis. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The JH Operations s Ile only emergency hospitality resource in all of Riverside County. i Project/Program Title Services are made possible through a partnership with the (5) local hospitals: Rancho Springs, Inland Valley, Temecula Valley, Rady's, and Lama Linda; who refer families to JH. JH accomodates (15) guests at a time; offering respile just minutes from the hospitals The property has 4 bedrooms, fully stocked kitchen, laundry, internal, cable/tv, ancillary services of clothing and transportation, children's playground, garden, chapel JH is a Financial safety net for families; providing resources free of charge; and eliminating emergency expenditures on lodging, meals, and lranspodaUon in the midst or crisis. JH program impact has grown 150 % this year. Projected outcomes for 2020 include: 500 nights of service for 250 individual family members; providing a measurable savings to families of at least $67,500 of unexpended financial resources. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Jacobs House Inc. will spend the grant funds on operations Nonprofit Name to provide emergency residential services to families in crisis. Expenses include: culinary supplies/groceries, laundry services, utilities, propertyrepairs/maintenance, security & database systems, facility improvements, gardening/landscaping. residential & office supplies Resources are valued at an operational cost $135/day 500 nights of service for 250 guests in 2019/20, will result in a total program cost of $67,500. City funds help preserve financial resources for families in crisis. A typical family of (4) staying at JH can save approx $800 in lodging, $600 in meals, and $100 in mileage; preserving time to focus on what matters most: caring for a loved one in medical crisis 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. partnering with residents, groups, and businesses that contribute to JH, Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by 60+ Community volunteers engage with House Attendants, Guest Intake, Event, Outreach, and Property Maintenance. Organizations that participate in JH volunteer opportunities include: TV Methodist Church, (NCL) Temecula & (NCL) Murrieta-Temecula, & Wells Fargo, Eagle Scouts, Girl Scouts, Rock Church, Old Town Spice & Tea Merchants, Abbott, Europa Village Winery, Rogers Group Real Estate, & Starbucks Meadow Parkway. Business partners include: Rancho Family Medical, Pechanga, CR&R, Alta Pacific Bank, Open Jar, & Temecula Valley Hospital. JH strengthens the Temecula Healthcare community through collaboration with (5) hospitals; equipping thousands of hospital staff to better serve basic needs of pa0ents and families. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: .1 250 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. JH Operations City funds will support JH operational costs of. culinary supplies/groceries, laundry services, utilities, property repairs/maintenance, security & database systems, facility improvements, gardening/landscaping, residential & office supplies. This funding will help serve 250 Temecula guests who need a place to stay will caring for a loved one in the hospital. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET Ij LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM ! REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) 5,0 00 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 188,5Q0 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ 1 7,500 it In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ 17, 000 VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 96,000 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) [Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 2,500 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 1 ,500 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 7, 5QQ Supplies Expense For Project/Program $13,500 dil Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $42,000 Other Expense For Project/Program $ 65,000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $ 228,0001 $ 225,000 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): report submitted in August 2019 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Jacobs House Inc. Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Z Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted m E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents x Q z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter lease attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund _ _ Awarded" (above) provided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 J 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): ReportsubmittedinAugust2o19 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Jacobs House Inc. Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: S � I Name of Company I Date (Mo/Day/Yr) E m on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/Invoice m Must be dated on or = between July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020 6 7 Name of Project/Program: Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Expenditure Temecula residents MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, Please attach EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) Provided by the Citv City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. ■ Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Jacobs House Inc. MAILING ADDRESS: 31525 Jedediah Smith Rd Temecula CA 92592 PHONE: ( 951452-2627 ) EMAIL: PRESIDENT/AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Shawn Nelson, President Print Name SIGNATURE: Y46i DATE: martin@jacobshousetemecula org Title August, 19, 2019 (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Martin Barrera-Martinez, Operations Manager APPICATION PREPARED BY: p g Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Q HELPO MENU = Home > Tax Exempt Or anizati n Search > Jacobs House Inc <Back to Search esu t Jacobs House Inc EIN: I , --, United States Other Names Publication 78 Data v Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Copies of Returns (990, 990WEZ, 990-PF, 99o-T) o Electronic copies (images) of Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990-T returns filed with the IRS by charities and non -profits. Tax Year 2018 Form 990 Organization Name: Jacobs House Inc Tax Period: 201812 Return ID: Filing Type: E Return Type: 990 Copy of Return: 201S Form 990 Filing Tax Year 2017 Form 990 Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 6-Sept-2019 CoIRS r► Share Print ' 9113 @ in a 12' Our Agency Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites About IRS Taxpayer Bill of Rights Work at IRS Taxpayer Help Advocate Service Contact Your Accessibility Local Office Civil Rights Tax Stats, Facts & Figures Freedom of Information Act No Fear Act Respond to a Espanol U.S. Treasury Notice EP�z Treasury Office of Appeals Inspector General for Tax Identity Theft Administration Protection PyccKMO USA.gov Report Phishing Tie- ng Viet Tax Fraud & Abuse etlle GRAPHIC rint - DO NOT PROCESS As Filed Data - DLN: Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Form 9 9 0 Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)( 1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public heparin, `.i ihr Trca► Go to www.1rs.00v/Forpf990 for instructions and the latest information. lulern;ll Key rout ten ire A For the 2019 calendar year, or tax Year beginning 01.01-2018 a B Check if applicable CName of organization JACOBS HOUSE INC ❑ Address change ❑ Name change ❑ Initial return Doing busmesn as ❑ Final oitwi fterl imted ❑ Amended return Number and street for P O box if mail is not delivered to street ❑ Application pending 31525 JEDEDIAH SMITH RD City or town, state or province, country, and ZIP or foreign Bost TEMECULA, CA 92592 r Name an0 acoresS or principal orrlcer SHAWN NELSON 31525 JEDEDIAH SMITH RD TEMECULA CA 92592 1 Tax-exempt status 501(c)(3) ❑ 501(c) ( ) A (Insert no ❑ 4947(a)(1) or ❑ 527 1 Wetrsite: ► WWW JACOBSHOt1SETEMECULA CRIS OMB No 1545.0047 2018 D Employer identification number E Telephone number G Gross receipts g 168,523 H(a) Is this a group return for subordlnates7 ❑Yes RNo H(b) Are all subordinates included? ❑ Yes ©No If "No," attach a list (see Instructions) H(c) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization 2 Corporation ❑ Trust ❑ Association ❑ Other ► f L Year of formation 2007 I M State of legal domicile CA 1 Bnefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities JACOB'S HOUSE IS A HOME OF REFUGE WHERE FAMILIES AND LOVED ONES OF THOSE IN TRAUMATIC MEDICAL NEED CAN FIND HOPE, COMFORT, PEACE AND INSPIRATION WE ARE A COMMUNITY RESOURCE DEDICATED TO SERVE FAMILIES IN CRISIS WE DO THIS BY PROVIDING SHELTER FOR PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL. AND SPIRITUAL SUPPORT 2 Check this box ► ❑ if the organization discontinued Its operations or disposed of more than 25% of Its net, 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la) . . 4 Number of Independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line lb) . . 5 Total number of Individuals employed in calendar year 2018 (Part V, fine 2a) . . 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) . . . . . ra Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 , . b Net unrelated business taxable Income from Form 990-T, line 34 . 3 6 4 6 5 1 6 50 fa D Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line lh) , 140,620 101,263 5 9 Program service revenue (Part Vlll, line 2g) . 0 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d) 872 797 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and Ile) 55,490 36,025 12 Total revenue —add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12) 196,982 138,085 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3) 0 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) , 0 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) 51,672 53,472 �2 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line Ile) , 0 b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) 110 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines Ila-lid, IIf-24e) 141,493 174,679 18 Total expenses Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) 193,165 228,151 19 Revenue less expenses Subtract line 18 from line 12 3,817 •90,066 m Beginning of Current Year End of Year bCc Cc m 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) , . . . 960,068 855,950 2 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26) . 462,982 448,930 6 Zt2 22 Net assets or fund balances Subtract line 21 from line 20 . 497,086 407,020 Under penalties of perjury, I declare that i have examined this return, Including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete Declaration of preparer (other than officer) Is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge _ 2019-05.02 Sign Signature of*Ifroar Date Here �SHAwfa r on14EtS0N Preraaenr Type ont name and title Print/Type preparer's name Preparer's signature Gate Check El Paid Self-01 ,e ed Preparer Firm's name ► NOTTINGHAM & ASSOCIATES Firm's EIN ► Use Only Firm's address 0043460 RIDGE PARK DR STE 240 Phone no (951) 296-1698 TEMECULA, CA 925903600 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) W Yes ❑ No For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. Cat No 11282Y Form 990 (2018) Form 990(2018) Page 7 Compensation of Officers, Directors,Trustees, Key Employees, Highest Compensated Employees, and Independent Contractors Check if Schedule O contains a response or note to any line in this Part VII ❑ Section A. Officers, Directors, Trustees, Key Employees, and Highest Compensated Employees 1a Complete this table for all persons required to be listed Report compensation for the calendar year ending with or within the organization's tax year • List all of the organization's current officers, directors, trustees (whether individuals or organizations), regardless of amount of compensation Enter -0- in columns (D), (E), and (F) if no compensation was paid • List all of the organization's current key employees, if any See instructions for definition of "key employee " • List the organization's five current highest compensated employees (other than an officer, director, trustee or key employee) who received reportable compensation (Box 5 of Form W-2 and/or Box 7 of Form <099-MISC) of more than. 5.100,000 from the organization and any related organizations • List all of the organization's former officers, key employees, or highest compensated employees who received more than $100,000 of reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations • List all of the organization's former directors or trustees that received, in the capacity as a former director or trustee of the organization, more than $10,000 of reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations List persons in the following order individual trustees or directors, institutional trustees, officers, key employees, highest compensated employees, and former such persons ❑ Check this box if neither the organization nor any related organization compensated any current officer, director, or trustee (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) Name and Title Average Position (do not check more Reportable Reportable Estimated hours per than one box, unless person compensation compensation amount of other week (list is both an officer and a from the from related compensation any hours director/trustee) organization organizations from the for related (W- 2/1099- (W- 2/1099- organization and organizations I �,- T MISC) MISC) related below dotted `-1 c r 3 =c, organizations line) 1 U T 4 'T' •T• R• L (1) SHAWN NELSON 2 00 ............................................. CHAIRMAN ................. x x 0 0 0 000 (2) STEPHANIE NELSON 2 00 COCHAIRMAN 0 00 (3) JACLYN GRANILLO 1 00 ........................................................ Secretary ................. x x 0 0 0 0 00 (4) LARRY SOGGELN 1 00 ..... ........... ..........-1................. BOARD MEMBER � �� ................ x 0 0 0 0 00 (5) RICHARD VALDEZ 1 00 BOARD MEMBER ................ x 0 0 000 0 (6) MARTIN BARRERA-MARTINEZ 40 00 ...................................................................... Executive Dir "............... x 48,000 0 0 0 UO Form 990(2018) Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) Q@partrffent of thgTra�sUry ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. InlemeI Revenue Sennee ► Go to wwwJrs.gov1Form990 for instructions and the latest information. OMB No. 1545-0047 2017 Open to Public, inspection A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning , 2017, and ending , B Check if applicable: C D Employer identification number Address change JACOB' S HOUSE, INC. Name change 31525 JEDEDIAH SMITH RD E Telephone number Initial return TEMECULA, CA 92592 Final return/terminated Amended return G Gross receipts $ 228, 855. Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: H(a) Is this a group return for subordinates. yes No SHAWN NELSON ' SANE AS C ABOVE H(b) Are all subordinates included? Li Yes No If'No,' attach a list. (see instructions) Tax-exempt status }( 501(c)(3) 501(c) ( )- (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) or 1 T-527 .l Website: ► WWW, JACOBSHOUSETEMECULA. ORG H(c) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization: NCorporation Trust Association Other ► L Year of formation: 2 0 07 M State of legal domicile: CA Part I ISurnmary 1 Briefly describe the organisation's mission or most significant activities SFF SCHEa LE-Q_----------,----_- --------------------------------------------------------------- c 0 2 Check this box ► If the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. -�-- ------ - - 3-------- 6 cS 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 a)..................................... m4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b)....................... 4 6 •- 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2017 (Part V, line 2a) .................. _ _ 5 1 .�.-'-. 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary) ..................... . ...... . . . ........ . . . . . .... . 6 50 a 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12................ 7a 0. b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34........................ 7b 0 Prior Year Current Year a� 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1 h).. ............ . . . . . . . . . . 131,734. 140,620. = 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) ................. 4>' 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, an 900. 872. m 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9 10 t:)................ 63 360. 55 490. 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part column (A), line 12), -- 195 994. 1961 982. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3)...................... 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) ......................... H 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10)..... 45,997. 51, 672. c16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line lie) .......................... CL x b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► w 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11 a-11 d, 11 f-24e).... . . . . ........... . . . . .. 140, 2 4 . 141,493. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25).....,,1.... 186 251. 193 165. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12............ . ... . .. . . . . . . . ...... 9,743. 3 817 . Beginning of Current Year End of Year " 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) ........ 968 974. 95U 068, <11 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26). ................................................... 475, 706. 462 982, x 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20............................ 493 268. 497 086, Part 11 1 Signature Block Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, includinq accompanying schedules and statemenls, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than officer) is based on all infamtalion of wMrh preparer has any knowledge. Sign signature of afficpr Pate Here SHAWN NELSON PRESIDENT Type or print name ditd title PrintfType preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check I lif I PTIN Paid IJODY D. NOTTINGHAM, CPA I I I self-employed Preparer I Firm's name ► NOTTINGHAM & ASSOCIATES Use Only Firm's address ► 43460 RIDGE PARK DR STE 240 Firm's EIN ► _ TEMECULA, CA 92590-3600 Phone no. (951) 29671698 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions)....... x Yes I I No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0113L 08/08/17 Form 990 (2017) Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except private foundations) 17epart rent of the f.r:,:ury ► Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public. hrternal Revenue Serino ► Go to wwwdrs.gowlForm9go for instructions and the latest information. A For the 2018 calendar year, or tax year beginning , 2018, and B Check if applicable: C Address change JACOB' S HOUSE, INC. Name change 31525 JEDEDIAH SMITH RD Initial return TEMECULA, CA 92592 Final return/terminated Amended return Application pending F Name and address of principal officer: SHAWN NELSON Same As C Above Tax-exempt status: I X 1501(c)(3) 1 j 501(c) ( ),4 (insert no.) 4947(a)(1) or OMB No. 1545-0047 2018 Open to Public Inspection 0 Employer identification number 951) 458-8681 G Gross receipts $ 168, 523. H(a) Is this a group return for subordinates? Yes Yes No H(b) Are all subordinates included? Yes No If "No," attach a list. (see instructions) attach Website: ► WWW. JACOBSHOUSETEMECULA. ORG ft) Group exemption number ► K Form of organization: Corporation Trust Association Other► L Year of formation: 2 0 0 7 M State of legal domicile: CA Part I Isurritnaty 1 Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities: �e���Led11�S_2- a v N C N a LZ 8 --------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------- 2 Check this box ► rf the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets. --------------------------------- ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la).....::.............. .............. 3 6 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b)................ . ...... 4 6 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2018 (Part V, line 2a) ............. - - - - _..... - 5 1 6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary)..................................................1 6 50 7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12.................................. 7a 0 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 38...................................... I 7b 0 Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line Ih)................... ......... 140 620. 101, 263. 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) .............0,*co 10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 872. 797, 11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8 Ce 55,490. 36, 025. 12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 (must equal umn (A), line 12)... , . 196, 982. 138, 085. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A , lnes 1-3)...................... 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) ...................... . . . 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5-10) ..... 51,672. 53 472. 16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line 11e).......................... b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ► 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 1la-1 Id, I If-24e)................. . . . . . . . . 141, 493. 174 679. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)... . . ........ 193, 165. 228 151. 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18from line 12................................ 3,817, -90 066. Beginning of Current Year End of Year 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16)......... ........ ........................ ........... -.. i 960,068. 855, 950. 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)..................................................... 462, 982. 448, 930. 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20............................ 497,086 407 020. t 11 1 Signature Block Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined lbws return, inctudutg acoom118nying schedules and slaWments, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preorer (other than officer) is bawd on all infottnation of wMch preparer has any knowledge, Sign Here SHAWN NELSON President Type or print name and title PrinVType preparer's name Preparer's signature Date Check if I PTIN Paid Jody D. Nottin ham, CPA IJoqy D. Nottingham, CPA self-employed Preparer Firm's name ► NOTTINGHAM & ASSOCIATES Use 0111y Firm's address ► 43460 RIDGE PARK DR, STE 240 Firm's EIN ► TEMECULA, CA 92590-3600 Phoneno. (951) 296-1698 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) .................. _........... , ....... 1XI Yes I I No $AA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0101r 08120n8 Form 990 (2018) .A hospitality house for families in traumatic need. Sha:_ Nelson Stephanie Nelson Linda Mejia House ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION STATE & FEDERAL FORMS www,jacobshousetemecula,org • 951-4-JACOBS (462-2627) • 31525 Jedediah Smith Road • Temecula, CA 92592 IRS a -file Signature Authorization OMB Nc. 1545-1878 Furm 8879-EO for an Exempt Organization For calendar year 2016, or fiscal year beginning . 2016. and ending , 20_ � ,Ww rn nr or Me Treasury Do -Do not send to the IRS Keep for your records. 16 Internal Revenue service ► Information about Form 887E-EO and its instructions is at tvww.frs. ovllorM8879ea. No me of exompt organization Employer Ideatifiratlon number JACOB'S HOUSE, INC. Name and title of officer SHAWN NELSON PRESIDENT Part ! I Type of Return and Return Information (Whole Dollars Only) Check the box for the return for which you are using this Form 8879•E0 and enter the applicable amount, if any, from the return. If you check the box on line la, 2a, 3a, 4a, or 5a, below, and the amount on that line for the return being filed with this form was blank, then leave line 1b, 2b, 3b, 4b, or 5b, whichever is applicable, blank (do not enter -0-). But, if you entered -0- on the return, then enter -0- on the applicable line below. Do not complete more than 1 line in Part I. is Form 990 check here ► © b Total revenue, if any (Form 990, Part All, column (A), line 12) . ib 195,994. 2a Form 990-EZ check here lop -El b Total revenue, if any (Form 990-fZ, line 9) .- ....... . . .. ........ 2b I 3a Form 1120-POL check here ► EJ b Total tax (Form 1120-POL, line 22) .. .......... .... 3b 4a Form 990-PF check here ► 0 b Tax based on investment income (Form 990-PF. Part V), line 5)- ..... . 4b 5a Form 8868 check here ► 0 b Balance Due (Form 8868, line 3c) . _. _ . _ . _ .... ...... 5b Part 1-17 Declaration and Signature Authorization of Officer Under penalties of perjury. I declare that I am an officer of the above organization and that I have examined a copy of the organization's 2016 electronic retum and accompanying schedules and statements and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct, and complete. I further declare that the amount in Part I above is the amount shown on the copy of the organization's siectmnic return. I consent to allow my intermediate service provider, transmitter, or electronic rolum originator (FRO) to send the organization's return to the IRS and to recaive from the IRS (a) an acknowledgement of receipt or reasen for rejection of the transmission, (b) the reason for any delay in processing the return or refund. and (c) the date of any refund. ffapplicable, I authorize the U.S. Treasury and its designated Financial Agent to initiato an electronic funds withdrawal (direct debit) entry to the rnanciaf institution account indicated in the tax preparation software fot payment of the organizalfon's federal taxes owed on this return, and the financiai institutlon to debit the entry to this account. To revoke a payment, I must contact the U.S, Treasury Financial Agerd at 1.888.353.4537 no later than 2 business days prior to the payment (settlement) date. I also authorize the financial institutions involved in the processing of the electronic payment of taxes to receive confidential information necessary to answer inquiries and resolve issues related to the payment. I have selected a personal identification number (PIN) as my signature far the organization's electronic return and, if applicable, the organ iization's consent to electronic funds withdrawal. Officer's PIN: check one box only ® I authorize PRUDHOMME ASSOCIATES CPAS, INC. to enter my PIN ERO firm name Enter live numbers, but do notonter elf zeros as my signature on the organization's tax year 2016 electronically filed return. If I have indicated within this return that a copy of the return is being filed with a state agency(iies) regulating charities as part of the IRS Fed/State program, I also authorize the aforementioned ERO to enter my PIN on the return's disclosure consent screen. As an officer of the organization, I will enter my PIN as my signature on the organization's tax year 2016 electronically filed return. If I have indicated withmthmathat a copy of the return is being Ved with a state agency(ies) regulating charities as part of the IRS Fed/State program, I wiltint relums disclosure consent screen. Officer's signature ■. Date ■ ZO — 1-7 Part III I Certification and Authentication ERO's EFIN/PIN. Enter your six -digit electronic firing Identification number (EFIN) followed by your five -digit self-selected PIN. do not enter all zeros I certify that the above numeric entry is my PIN, which is my signature on the 2016 electronically filed return for the organization indicated above. I confirm that I am submitting this return in accordance with the requirements of Pub. 4163, Modernized e-F le (MeF) Information for Authorized IRS e-file Providers for Business Returns. ERO's signature ► Date It- ERO Must Retain This Form - See Instructions Do Not Submit This Form To the IRS Unless Requested To Do So LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see instructions. Form 8879-EO (2016) 823951 09-26-16 INTEINAL REVENUE SERVICE DEPARTME= OF THE TREASURY P. 0 BOX 2508 CX19C--MgAT1, OR 45201 tification Number: Date Nov 0 3 Z008 DLN: JACO)IS HOUSE, INC. C/O 1%RTIN A WEISS ONE 13ETTERWORLD CIRCLE, TEMECULA, CA 92590 Dear Applicant: Contact Person: JOANNA YAWNSY ID# - SUITE 300 Contact Telephone Number: (877) 829-5500 Accounting Period Ending: December 31 Public Charity status: 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi) Form 990 Required: Yes Effective Date of Exemption: August 16, 2007 Contribution Deductibility: Yes Addend= Applies: No We are pleased to inform you that upon review of your application for tax exempt status we have determined that you are exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to you are deductible under section 170 of the Code. You are also •qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. Because this letter could help resolve any questions regarding your exempt status, you should keep it is your permanent records. Organizations exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Code are further classified as either public charities or private foundations. we determined that you are a public charity under the Code section(s) listed in the heading of this letter. Pleese see enclosed Publication 4221-PC, Compliance Guide for 501(c)(3) Public Charities, for some helpful information about your responsibilities as an exemipt organization_ Letter 947 (DO/CG) -2- JACOD'S HOUSE, INC. Enclosures_ Publication 4221-PC Sincerely, Robert Choi Director, Exempt Organizations Rulings and .Agreements Letter 947 (DO/CG) 3013150 ARMLES OF INCORPORATION OF JACOB'S HOUSE, INC. I. The name of this corporation is: JACOB'S HOUSE, INC. H. �� FILED Cs ai o arofery of 5 � the state, Of Cal�farnle This corporation is a nonprofit PUBLIC BENEFIT CORPORATION and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for charitable purposes. The sperifi.c purpose of the corporation is to create anchor support nonprofit facilities, activities and orgtanizations for charitable purposes within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States and the Corporations Code of the State of California. u The name and address in the State of California of this corporation's initial agent for service of process is: Martin A. Weiss, J.D., LLM One BotwrWorld Circle, Suite 300 Temecula, California 92590 IV. The corporation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3), Internal Revenue Code. No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall consist of Osmyixag on propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the corporation shall not participate or intervene in any political campaign (including the publishing or distrioution of statements) on behalf of any cmididate for public office. V. The property of this corporation is irrevocably dedicated to charitable Purposes and no part of the net income or assets of this corporation shall ever inure to the benefit of any director, officer or member thereof or to the benefit of any private person. Upon the dissolution or winding up of the corporation, its assets remaining aftor paymont, or provision for payment, of all debts and liabilities of this corporation shall be distiftted to a. nonprotit fiend, foundation or corporation which is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes and which has established its tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3), Internal Revonue Code. Martin - . Feiss, J.D., LLM, I Corpozata�r Dated: July 30, 2007 2 -- . 3013750 State of California. Secretary of State 1, DEBRA BOWEN, Secretary of State of the State of California, hereby certify: That the attached transcript of. 2-- page(s) leas Teen compared with the record on file in this office, ar which it purpoils to be a copy, and that it is full, true anti correct. I IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I execute this certificate and affix the Great Seal of the State of California this day of AUG 2 8 2007 DEBRA BOWBN secretary of State aWSMe F0MI CE-f07 (REV 1AM?j oww'"i'm FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 18 MICHELLE"S PLACE C13T OF TEMECUI A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: $ 5,000 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Cancer Resource Center Start Date: If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Michelle's PlaCE January 1, 2020 End Date: June 30, 2020 Mailing Address: 41669 Winchester Rd. Temecula, CA 92590 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization. Michelle's Place Website: www.michellesplace.org Contact Name: Kim Gerrish Year Organization Founded: 2001 Number of Paid Staff: 10 Number of Volunteers: 132 Title/Position: Exec. Dir. Contact Person's Email Address: klm@michellesplace.or Telephone:951-699-5455 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Riverside County Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes% No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: November 4, 2001 Federal Identification Numbe State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htt ://a vs.irs, ov/a leosl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: htt s:ll%mvw.ftb.ca. ov/online/self serve entity status fetter/index.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: http://rct.doi.ca.ciov/VerificationMeb/Search aspx?Facility=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoX Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? NoX Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes.X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Month + Year Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $13000 CSF Councilmember Zak Schwank - Breast Health Asst. June 4, 2019 Sponsorship 5k Walk of Hope September22, 2019 $in - kind CSF Breast Health Asst. December 19, 2018 $5,000 Matching Grant Cancer Center Expansion May 2019 $50,000 $ I MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION i Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Empowering individuals and families impacted by cancer through education and support services. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Cancer Resource Center is a program that provides free Project/Program Title resources for cancer patients, education on prevention and early detection, patient navigation services, temporary financial assistance, transportation and support to families dealing with cancer. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Michelle's Place will spend the grant funds on providing free Nonprofit Name cancer resources to families dealing with cancer. These resources include free wigs, prosthesis, wigs, hats, scarves, and support groups. We also have a lending library, survivor support systen We provide free educational seminars on early detection, prevention, advances in cancer treatment, etc. We provide yoga, Reiki, expressive art, a walking club, haircuts and financial ass 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by providing them the resources they need while going through cancer. Michelle's Place is the only cancer resource center in the county an is located in the City of Temecula. Residents can receive free transportation, financial assistance support, wigs, hats, scarves, prosthesis, lymphedema sleeves and anything else they may need to help them recover from cancer treatment. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 32 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program; 62 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. The Temecula Community Service Grant funding will provide Temecula residents facing cancer with potentially life saving diagnostic breast health services, navigation, temporary financial assistance and education on early detection and prevention. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program S EXPENSES 1 - - - r $ 35, 000 $46,000 $ .. .. $62,000 $350 $1,250 $751000 REVENUE $ 5, 000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM 1$86,000 $139, 00 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Michelle's Place Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000.00 5 1 Name of Company E on Receipt/Invoice a R E Qz 1 Brightlife Name of Project/Program: Breast Health Assistance Program Month + Year Grant Received from City: 12/18 Describe... Explain ... Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents between Jul 1, 2018 - y MUST support pport Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter are available, lease beneficiaries iariesattac, 3/22/2019 1 $ 173.00 2 I Beverly Radiolod' 2/26/2019 3 4 Beverly Radiologl 12/20/2018 $ 750.00 $ 82.00 Lymphedema Sleeve Resident received a Breast MRI Screening Mammo Breastlink 1 06/07/2019 I $ 92.00 1 surgical consultation 5 Stater Bros various $1,550 Grocery gift cards 6 Breastlink 12/5/2018 $ 92.00 fi Surgical Consultation 7 Breastlink 12/5/2018 l $ 542.00 i imaging/consult EXPENDITURE TOTAL 3,281 Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" above rovided by the Cit City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Received diagnostic Breast Imaging surgical consult financial assistance I surgical consult imaging/consult Page 5 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. IF the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): �C].r��_ _ 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Michelle'S Place _ Name of Project/Program: Breast Health Assistance Program Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000.00 Month + Year Grant Received from City: 12/18 Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted E Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula Q z June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, — _ li:ciscattach 1 Beverly Radiolod 7/25/2018 $ 750.00 Breast MRI T Breast MRI 2 Breastlink 7/18/2018 $ 92.00 Surgical Consult. Surgical Consult 3 Breastlink 9/12/18 $ 184.00 Surgical Consult Surgical Consult 4 GoGo Grandpa various $ 650.00 f various trips to Medical Appts. transportation 5 Breastlink 7/18 $ 92.00 surgical consult surgical consult 71 f$ EXPENDITURE TOTAL $ 1 768.00 Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" aboveprovided by the Cit City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: ® Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Michelle's Place, Cancer Resource Center MAILING ADDRESS: 41669 Winchester Rd. PHONE: ( 951 ) 699-5455 EMAIL: kim@michellesplace.org Temecula, CA 92590 PRESIDENT/AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Kim Gerrish Exec. Dir. ' SIGNATURE: DATE: 9/16/19 klMontn, oar/,Yea:) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 9/16/2019 Details Organization Name: MICHELLE'S PLACE BREAST CANCER RESOURCE CENTER IRS FEIN: Entity Type: Public Benefit SOS/FTB Corporate/Organization Number: Registry Status: Reporting Incomplete Renewal Due/Expo Date: 5/15/2019 RCT Registration Number: Issue Date: 1/17/2008 Record Type: Charity Registration Effective Date: 1/17/2008 Date This Status: 8/13/2019 Date of Last Renewal: 10/15/2018 Street: 41669 WINCHESTER RD- #101 Street Line 2: City, State Zip: TEMECULA CA 92590 [(Kt-] M M 2010 RRF-1 IRS Form 990 2010 2010 IRS Form 990 RRF-1 2010 2010 RRF-1 RRF-1 201 I 2011 RRF-1 IRS F rlrt 990 2012 2012 IRS Form 990 IRS Form 990 20.11 2011 IRS Form 990 116 Form 990-EZ M68 2008 IRS Form 990-EZ RRF-1 2OI2 -- - - 2012 RRF-1T RRF-1 2008 -- - 2008 RRF-I Ret ull Check Notice 2010 Return Check Notice 2010 RR-1 2009 2009 RRF-I IRS Form 9 jQ-EZ 2009 -- 2009 IRS Form 990-EZ RRF-1 2013 2013 RRF-I LRS Form 990 2013 2013 IRS Form 990 Renewal FiliIlg -- - ^- - 2017 CT-550 Fenn RRF-1 Lumplete 2018 2014 RRF-1 2014 RRF-1 2014 IRS Form 990 - - -�-- 2014 IRS Form 990 Z015 RRF-1 2015 RRF-1 I Form 990 Series Form RRF-I --- - IRS Forl>z 990 Series 2015 IRS Form 990 2016 2016 Missing Reports Letter I rct.doi.ca.gov/Verification/Web/Details.aspx?result=1 e840aff-lfbl-4bOf-a84f-2d4ab809ec07 1/4 9/16/2019 Details Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (N'/N).- Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: ' Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: -- Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received ()'/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: y-----^. _.,----� Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Accepted 1' 1/2005 12/31/2005 5242,104.00 5344,755.00 5' 18/2006 N N Accepted 1- l/2006 12/31/2006 $324,463,00 5451,416.00 5/14/2007 N N Accepted 1. 1/2007 12/31 /2007 $350,636M 5498,397.00 5%20/2008 Y N Accepted 1. 1 /2008 12/3 1/2008 5274,503.00 5412,443.00 8- 1 1/2009 Y N Accepted 1 ! 1/2009 12/31 / 2009 5191,861.00 5381,675-00 5.' 19/2010 Y N Accepted 1.'1/2010 12/31/2010 5161,926,00 5379,853.00 917/2011 Y N Accepted 1/1/2011 12/31 /2011 $ 148,489.00 $547,719.00 91/13/2012 Y N Accepted 1i1/2012 12/ 3 1/2012 rct.doj.ca.gov/Verification/Web/Details.aspx?result=1 e840aff-lfbl-4bOf-a84f-2d4ab809ec07 214 9/16/2019 Details Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (l'/N): Online Submission (YN): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: ^ Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (YIN): Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: 'fatal Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (VN): Status of Filing: l f Acntunting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (YN): Status of Filing: �u Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (Y/N): $115,21 L00 S405,133.00 3 /27/2013 Y N Accepted 1/1/2013 12/31/2013 $183,143.00 $480,887.00 5/19/2014 Y N Accepted I/1/2014 12/31/2014 S 128,464.00 $369,146.00 6%5/2015 Y N Accepted -_ 1/1/2015 12/31/2015 $219,993.00 $567,827.00 5/ 16/2016 Y N Accepted 1"1/2016 12/31/2016 S 181,364.00 S412,322.00 tO/12/2017 Y N Accepted Ul/2017 12/31 /2017 $252,962.00 $624,213,00 9/26/2018 Y Rejected l/1/2018 12/31/2018 S382,714,00 S777,879.00 8/12/2019 Y rct.doj.ca.gov/Verification/Web/Details.aspx?result=le840aff-lfbl-4bOf-a84f-2d4ab809ecO7 3/4 9/16/2019 Details about Q HELPO MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > Michelles Place Breast Cancer Resource Center <Back to Search Results Michelles Place Breast Cancer Resource Center EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Page Last Reviewed or Updated. 6-Sept-2019 r* Share 9 Print JYI 0DOino jrj Our Agency Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Related Sites 4bout IRS Taxpayer Bill of Respond to a Notice Espanol U.S. Treasury Rights Nork at IRS Office of Appeals Ep�Z Treasury Inspector Taxpayer Advocate General for Tax -lelp Service Identity Theft Administration Protection Accessibility PyccKWO USA.gov STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD zi� PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/16/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter Entity ID: - Entity Name: MICHELLE'S PLACE BREAST CANCER RESOURCE CENTER FRI 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 19 NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE (NCL) MURRIETA-TEMECULA CHAPTER CrrY OF TEMECULA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPU (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, s PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION I Amount Requested: $ !� ZQ Q, o® (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) 1 Project/Program Title:ftJf?4tkgp1 Start Date: (7iIS111 End Date: t i 71 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to)]C nd Mailing Address: ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Namq of Applical Organization' Organization Founded: ® /5� ire ..; .,Jtst�°wr {r .�4•�( ebslte: Staff. Number of Volunteers +: Contact Name: Mad Title/Position: pyc��e d6a' T Contact Person's Email Address Geographic Area(s) the Organiz, Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) &AJ cf,( Include Physical Address of ProjecUProgram: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) .� F —talc ".. ► c.I -- --:24C �, --- -.-�.f 'A,,. f, �, :..; �i}A 0't - jc'c--`'c,t[,� —eOa NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Y Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: Federal Identification Number: No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: gZscf 2- httos://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex.aso Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: http: //rct. doh. ca.g ov[Verificati o nNVeb/Search. asox?facility=Y Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investor ts, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoYes- If Yes, briefly describe Is a Te ecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No= Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors %� Members -at -Large I FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. j CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES I Within the past two years, has your organizations eceived (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? NaOYes If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded b the City Grant/SponsorshipAmount y y Funding Received CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ I MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION I Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your nization_ _t� V GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The NV VkL14- i U �--A Title 1 � `r-"r 1 `� ;'1�' ` �`�k�'1f1�.C_ L J �ill,'1 VV1 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, "' A- � d ' ���� l-i -'will spend the grant funds on Nonprofit Name 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by l? i - - 1 vr)\ er uctc expected to benefit from this Project/Program; Estimated num er ofCpeop a Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program 7 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 2. If awarded, National Charity League Inc. will spend the grant funds on- 2 foldable plastic tables for helping prepare and serve food, making bags, cutting blankets $100 Jacob's House Plants, rocks, fertilizer, succulents $600 Food, bowls, disposable containers, plastic wrap, trash bags, gloves to make breakfast bowls $900 Gardening tools, gloves, knee pads, trellis, wagon, watering cans, labels, stakes, paint, tomato cages, polyurethane $300 Toiletry items, bags, tissue, food items, small games, labels to make welcome bags $300 Project Touch Toiletry items, paper towels, trash bags, gallon ziplock bags, toilet paper, dish soap, laundry soap $300 Material to make 50 two sided blankets $1000 Food, disposable containers, gloves, trash bags, plastic wrap for multiple dinners $1200 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES �i VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula j� Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) — $ L4700 j� Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $_ rIn -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM �f Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) $ _ Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ Food Expense For Project/Program $ 2A0-C) Marketing Expense For Project/Program $� Supplies Expense For Project/Program $�� Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ Other Expense For Project/Program $ TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $ �{%oo $ 970o r- SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. ■ Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. a The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. d The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME:. QC— L � n ( , fflarri'ekci - l —P it c eft la C k(a MAILING ADDRESS: j2f� - 6&_lg PHONE: ( EMAI �'�� `7 3 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: SIGNATURE: IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name 'SI, Title DATE: /� (Mori h, D y, Year) Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD F TS PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/11 /2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: - Entity Name: NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE, INC., MURRIETA-TEMECULA CHAPTER 0 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. El2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 0 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d- 11 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) 9/11/2i019 Details I IOME ABO(J I- N41EDiA CAREERS REGULFITIONS RESOURCES P RC,GRANTS C{0iV-(AC I Registrant Details- .-ntity tyl)<-a: C:e,rporal--e Class as he Secretary on `,undinc3 8, Organization Name: NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE, INC., MURRIETA-TEMECULA CHAPTER IRS FEIN: Entity Type: Public Benefit _ SOS/FTB Corpora le/Organization Number: — Registry Status: Current Renewal Due/Exp. Date: 10/15/2019 RCT Registration Number: Issue Date: 1/23/2019 Record Type: Charity Registration Effective Date: 1/23/2019 Date This Status: 4/10/2019 Date of Last Renewal: Marg Address Street: 31915 RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD STE 200-375 Street Line 2: City, State Zip: TEMECULA CA 92591 Filings &. 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BOX 2508 CINCINNATI, OH 45201 Date: DEC 12 2016 NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE INC MURRIET A-TEMECULA CHAPTER 31915 RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD 200-375 TEMECULA, CA 92591-0000 Dear Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Employer Identification Number: DLN: Contact Person: CUSTOMER SERVICE ID# _ Contact Telephone Number: (877) 829-5500 Accounting Period Ending: December 31 Public Charity Status: 509(a)(2) Form 990/990-EZ/990-N Required: Yes Effective Date of Exemption: November 14, 2016 Contribution Deductibility: Yes Addendum Applies: No We're pleased to tell you we determined you're exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to you under IRC Section 170. You're also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522. This letter could help resolve questions on your exempt status. Please keep it for your records. Organizations exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3) are further classified as either public charities or private foundations. We determined you're a public charity under the IRC Section listed at the top of this letter. If we indicated at the top of this letter that you're required to file Form 990/990-EZ/990-N, our records show you're required to file an annual information return (Form 990 or Form 990-EZ) or electronic notice (Form 990-N, the e-Postcard). If you don't file a required return or notice for three consecutive years, your exempt status will be automatically revoked. If we indicated at the top of this letter that an addendum applies, the enclosed addendum is an integral part of this letter. For important information about your responsibilities as a tax-exempt organization, go to www.irs.gov/charities. Enter 114221-PC" in the search bar to view Publication 4221-PC, Compliance Guide for 501(c)(3) Public Charities, which describes your recordkeeping, reporting, and disclosure requirements. Letter 947 -2- NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE INC Sincerely, J Jeffrey I. Cooper Director, Exempt Organizations Rulings and Agreements Letter 947 FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 20 NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE (NCL) TEMECULA CHAPTER i CITY OF TEMECULA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested. $ 5,000 (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title: Pave the Future Senior Leadership Project Start Date: 07/2019 End Date: 06/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: National Charity League, Inc.. Temecula Valley Chapter Mailing Address: PO Box 891381 Temecula, CA 92589 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: National Charity League, Inc. Temecula Valley Chapter Year Organization Founded: Local 2013, National 1925 Website:www.temeculavalley.nationalcharityleague.org Number of Paid Staff: Local 0 Number of Volunteers: Local 256 Contact Name: Laura Page Title/Position: Grade Level Advisor. Class of 2020 Contact Person's Email Address Telephone: Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Valley Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Community Mia5[an of Hopp =Temecula CA 92520 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: February 2. 2015 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: htto://api2s.irs.govlaplo/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: httios://www.ftb.ca.,,Qov/online/self serve-entityserve-entily status letter/index.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htt ://rct.doo.ca. ovNerification=eb/Search.as x?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors X Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING - OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No —Yes- X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Pro ram/Project 9 J Month +Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? Community Service Funding Program We've Got Your Back December 2018 $ 5,000 $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Our mission is to foster mother -daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. NCL Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter is a local chapter of a very management. We have served over 40,000 volunteer hours since 2013 with 17 LOCAL non-profit City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The "Pave the Future" Senior Leadership Project is qoinq to create a safer and more Project/Program Title efficient environment for the Community Mission of Hope by paving the volunteer station at their Farm Outreach Project as well as resurfacing the assembly line table at the Food Pantry Distribution Center The Farm grows fresh produce which is donated to the CMOH's Food Pantry which ensures that the Temecula residents in need are receiving fresh fruits and vegetables. The current volunteer/weigh station at the Farm is uneven dirt and paving it will create a sturdier, cleaner and safer environment for the 501 volunteers who use the area per month (90% of the volunteers reside in Temecula). The assembly line table at Community Mission of Hope's Distribution Center is used to put together bags of food for families in need. with formica -(or a similar product) the volunteers will be able to clean the table after eacb use, 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, National Charity Leaque, Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter will spend the grant funds on levelin Nonprofit Name and paving (with pavers) an area of approximately 1,500 square feet. Items will include but are not limited to pavers, base sand, washed sand, and equipment rental to flatten the area. In order to resurface the assembly line table, money will be spent on tormica laminate (or something similar) and cement spray adhesive (tools needed have already been donated). 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by crea_tinq a_cleaner, safer and more productive Temecula community but also approximately 90% of the volunteers are within our citV limits. Estimated number of people expected o benefit from Mis rojec rogram: 4bU Volunteers w o rest a In Temecula as well as an additional 450 families per month who use the services of Community Mission of Hope Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: This project was developed by the NCL class of 2020 Ticktockers 1 G hi h school seniors with the support of their chapter. They will be doing a majority of the work themselves but will also be usin_q their -leadership skills by organizing a volunteer crew of moms. dads. familv members and other members of our chapter - City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. PAVE THE FUTURE will provide paving in the volunteer area of the Outreach Farm (a branch of the Community Mission of Hope) as well as resurfacing CMOH's assembly line table both of which will make a safer and more productive work environment. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES i VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula $5,000 Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 500 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ I In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 0 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ 500 Food Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Supplies Expense For Project/Program (Paver Project) $5,500 Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program $ 0 Other Expense For Project/Program (Misc Projects) $1,000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM , $5,500** I $7,000 ** Fundraising for any deficit in funding to include restaurant nights, holiday wreath sales and direct donations City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF ** Compliance Report & Receipts were submitted by Stacy Clemens with NCL, Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter Organization: National Charity Lea ue Inc. Temecula YAlley Chapter Name of Project/Program: We've got Your Back Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000 Month + Year Grant Received from City: Dec 2018 0 0 A Describe... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount of (1) what the expenditure was on Receipt/invoice on Receipt/invoice i Expenditure (2) purpose of the expenditure Must be dated on or between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019 Q W EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Letter Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, please attach City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number). 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Name of Company Date (Mo/DayNr) Amount of 1 (1) what the expenditure was on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/invoice Expenditure 1 (2) purpose of the expenditure Must be dated on or between July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020 lJ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the City MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Letter Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, please attach City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: x Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. x Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. x Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. x Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. x The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. x The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. x Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. x Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. x The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. x If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: National Clarity League, Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 891381 PHONE: EMAIL: Temecula, CA 92589 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: _Jensille Koperek Immediate Past President Print Name Title SIGNATURE: DATE: 6 r (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: _Laura Page Print Name Grade Level Advisor of the Class of 2020 Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 W13l2019 Details about CQ HELPO MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > National Charity League Inc Temecula Valley Chapter < Back to Search Results National Charity league Inc Temecula Valley Chapter EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Other Names Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Form 990-N (e-Postcard) e Organizations who have filed a 990-N (e-Postcard) annual electronic notice. Most small organizations that receive less than $50,000 fall into this category. 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Entity Type: Public Benefit SOS/FTB Corporate/Organization Number: - Registry Stags: Current Renewal Due/Exp, Date: 10/15/2019 RCT Registration Number: Issue Date: 12/19/2014 Record Type: Charity Registration Effective Date: 12/19/2014 Date This Status: 12/19/2014 Date of Last Renewal: 2/22/2019 i Street: PO BOX 891381 Street Line 2: City, State Zip: TEMECULA CA 92589-1381 Confinnatioll of Registosion L,c uer Confirmation of Registration Letter Founding Documents Founding Documents RenCWal Filing 2018 Form RRF-1 2017 RRF-1 2015 2015 RRF-1 IRS Form 990-N 2015 2015 IRS Form 990-N 2016 RRF-1 2016 RRF-1 RRF-1 2014 2014 RRF-1 IRS Form 990-N 2014 2014 IRS Form 990-N 7'3 7~-5 11 ��� I , al Status of Filing: Accounting Period Begin Date: Accounting Period End Date: Total Assets: Total Revenue: Filing Received Date: Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Online Submission (V/N): Accepted 6/1/2013 5/31/2014 $130.00 $23,500.00 1/12/2015 N N Status of Filing: Accepted Accounting Period Begin Date: 6/1/2014 Accounting Period End Date: 5/31/2015 Total Assets: $250.00 Total Revenue: $32,516.00 Filing Received Date: 10/16/2015 Complete IRS Form 990 Received (V/N): N Online Submission (Y/N): N Status of Filing: Accepted Accounting Period Begin Date: 6/1/2015 Accounting Period End Date: 5/31/2016 Total Assets: $250.00 Total Revenue: $38,063.00 Filing Received Date: 10/19/2016 rct.doj.ca.gov/Verification/Web/Details.aspx?result=l badc8df-1 bae-4b13-8737-452d28d7f874 1/2 9rt 3/2019 Details Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): N Online Submission (Y/N): N Status of Filing: Accepted Accounting Period Begin Date: 6/1/2016 Accounting Period End Date: 5/31/2017 Total Assets: $250.00 Total Revenue: $44,007.00 Filing Received Date: 10/16/2017 Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): N Online Submission (Y/N): N Status of Filing: Accepted Accounting Period Begin Date: 6/1/2017 Accounting Period End Date: 5/31/2018 Total Assets: $60,598.00 Total Revenue: $66,555.00 Filing Received Date: 12/14/2018 Complete IRS Form 990 Received (Y/N): Y Online Submission (Y/N): Related Registrations & EvemnRepo 2 ,'. 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No Related Records ret.doi.ca.gov/Verification/Web/Details.aspx?result=1 badc8df-1 bae-4bl3-8737-452d28d7f874 2/2 FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 21 ONF FOR AUTISM INC CffY OF "FE, MFC[TLA— FISCAL YEAR 2019 M 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 Amount Requested: $5,000 Project/Program Title: PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Bowl w/Nick, Kick w/Nick If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Start Date:July 2019 End Date: Oct 2019 Our Nicholas Foundation Mailing Address: 31493 Rancho Pueblo Rd #205 Temecula, CA 92592 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Website: ournick.org Our Nicholas FOundatic Year Organization Founded:2005 Contact Name: Mark Anselmo Number of Paid Staff:0 Number of Volunteers: 200 Contact Person's Email Address: info@ournick.org Title/Position: Founder Telephone: 951.303.8732 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves. Temecula Valley Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) City of Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) Temecula Lanes and Paloma Del Sol Park NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? YesX No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a NonprofT 2005 Federal Identification Number_ State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: hiip://apps.irs.gov/aDD/eos 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entily status lettedindex.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: r}tt ://rct.do'.ca. ovNerificatiori Web/Search.as x?facili =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? NoX Yes If Yes, briefly describe Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? NoX Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ YesX If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Amount CSF Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Sponsorship? CSF Autism Afterschool Program 1 /2019 $5, 000 I $ $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Our Nicholas Foundation strives to increase autism awareness and provide support for education, work opportunities, therapies, families, and social programs that enrich the lives of children & adults with ASD. Our hope is that we will provide those on the spectrum and their families the tools tr City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Bowl w/Nick, Kick w/Nick Project/Program Title is The only bowling league for those one the Autism spectrum in Temecula and the largest Autism based Soccer League in California. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Our Nicholas Foundation Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on The money is used to pay for bowling shoes, bowling lanes for 7 weeks, soccer jerseys, trophies and end of the season pizza party. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by allowing autistic children and their familie to enjoy being part of team. Parents get to be a soccer mom/dad and watch their kids bowl with others in the unique autism spetrum community. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program 150 N City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. The money is used to pay for bowling shoes, bowling lanes for 7 weeks, soccer jerseys, trophies and end of the season pizza party. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM I REVENUES I EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) $ 5,000 Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any $ In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount 1 $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program $ 0 (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant, however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program $ Food Expense For Project/Program $ Marketing Expense For Project/Program $ l Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION $ �C7 Page 4 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number):[1�7 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: N Ib'KAC(S-hQWdCf M Name of Project/Program: Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: W � $ �G C� Month +Year Grant Received from City: � ( g Date (MolDaylYr) T ...Explain ... d Name ofCompany on Amouthe expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receipt/Invoice ofose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Recei t/Invoice Must be dated on or Temecula residents P Expendi = between MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula Q Z July 1, 2018 - description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 please attach 1 Lc.s eS ail f $ IQoU 7� 1, LUVu�S '�i S �. 2 rx 4Whv� 120� �l� °�vuCillC�, 4 7I�)6- $ S!� :�r:wityv 3 IS 17,a l� $ U $ 5 I elc��la lavt;r� ►L z� i �' $ i o z� ' 6 i eGWGu(l `avn '�'J I Q zaj,Y $ s'qq, y I Novi LcL(,l;,s 4- S\h es 7 u I � Yvvl >��.1'V Y Qs l es�}; d �ti Lli t ►[, r a �- g 9 $ 10 $ 11 $ 12 $ 13 $ 14 $ 15 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to (or $'` r I n greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund l Awarded" above provided by the Ci SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. p Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: MAILING ADDRESS: Sli q' fu� �0� �< PHONE, �3 EMAIL. L�� � �i 3 1� \C- c4- -- a�---7 '�,- PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: 0�(C-- ' Print Name SIGNATURE: I DATE: (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print flame Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Stacey Brown From: Stacey Brown Sent: Monday, October 7, 2019 1:56 PM To: Christi Reilly Subject: CSF1920 Application - Previous Grants Thanks Christi, Below is a quick cut and paste of what I have to include in that section CSFCC1819 Circus Vargas: $2,000 CSFCC1819 $1,000 CSF1819: After School Programs: $5,000 CSF1718: Autism After School Programs: $5,000 Stacey Brown Office Aide III City of Temecula 951-506-5100 stacey. brown fcaTem ec u I aCA. a oy TemeculaCA. av Please note that email correspondence with the City of Temecula, along with attachments, may be subject to the California Public Records Act, and therefore may be subject to disclosure unless otherwise exempt. From: Christi Reilly <christi@ourn ick.org> Sent: Monday, October 7, 2019 1:42 PM To: Stacey Brown <stacey.brown @temeculaca.gov> Subject: Hi Stacey, 1.I've attached page 2 of the application with the program name "Autism Afterschool Program". 2. As for the name discrepancy, we have been using Our Nicholas Foundation as a DBA for many years, 3. Mark said that we did not receive any other grants from the city last year. Hope this clears up any issues. Christi Reilly Our Nicholas Foundation 31493 Rancho Pueblo Rd. Suite 205 Temecula, CA 92592 www DurNicho lasFoundation.ore Q HELPB MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > Onf For Autism Inc < Back to Search Results Onf For Autism Inc EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Other Names Publication 78 Data o Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Form 990-N (e-Postcard) a Organizations who have filed a 990-N (e-Postcard) annual electronic notice. Most small organizations that receive less than $50,000 fall into this category. Tax Year 2012 Form 990-N (e-Postcard) Tax Year 2011 Form 990-N (e-Postcard) STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD F T B PO BOX 942657 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 10/7/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: Entity Name: ONF FOR AUTISM, INC. IN1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ® 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # RADY'S CHILDREN HOSPITAL CITY OF TII.XIFC(T1A FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 5,000 Project/Program Title: Alexa's PLAYC (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Start Date:10/01/19 End Date: 06/.30/20 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to..Rady Children's Hospital San Diego Mailing Address: 3020 Children's Way MC 5150 San Diego, CA 92123 ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Rady Children's Hosp Year Organization Founded: 1954 Website: www.rchsd.org Number of Paid Staff: 5,150 Number of Volunteers: 500 Contact Name: Shelley Turner Title/Position: Manager Contact Person's Email Address: snturner@rchsd.org Telephone: 858-576-1700 X268249 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: SW Riverside Co; Imperial Co; San Diego Co Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Southwest Riverside County Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) 25170 Hancock Ave, Murrieta, CA 92562 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Nonprofit: ,July, 1997 Federal Identification Number: State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: httP./1aPPs,irs.gov/app/eosl 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: https://www.ftb.ca.ggvlonline/self serve entity status letterlindex.as Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: http.*I/rct.doi.ea.govNerificationANeb/Search.aspx?facjlity=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No X Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. ICITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? NO X Yes._ If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. Rady Children's is a nonprofit pediatric -care provider dedicated to excellence in care, research and teaching. Our mission is to restore, sustain and enhance the health and developmental potential of children through excellence in care,_ education. research and advocacy. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receiptstinvoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project(program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application fordetails. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Alexa's PLAYC is a preschool for children ages 18 Project/Program Title months to 5 years old. Our unique inclusion program is designed to integrate early education for typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorder, providing children with enriched learning experiences in the context of a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment. Low child -to -teacher ratios and highly educated staff ensure quality individual attention. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Rady Children's Hosp will spend the grant funds on tuition assistance. Nonprofit Name Early education is key to a child's kindergarten readiness, and provides a foundation for lifelong learning and social -emotional well-being; but the financial cost can discourage parents from enrolling their children in preschool. If awarded, grant funds will be used to offer preschool tuition subsidies of $1,000 per child to five children who reside in Temecula. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by Early education matters! 90% of brain development occurs before kindergarten, and studies prove that early education improves children's readiness to learn and encourages positive social -emotional qualities such as cooperation, respect, and resilience. These benefits are amplified at Alexa's PLAYC, where intervention strategies emphasize social interaction and communication. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 5 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 0 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Grant funds will be used to subsidize the cost of preschool tuition for five children enrolled in the Alexa's PLAYC autism inclusion preschool in Southwest Riverside County- 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. T'TtJF.,CT/PROGRAM 13CFL7C T,T:= LINE ITEMSTOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES: VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) $ S, Oct 0 I - Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization $ 19 3,3,3 $ 233, 5S11 Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount $ VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program $qII,-]o$ TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM � $1{3) )9y10 $Li31,9 `!0 I City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, (must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number) 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Rady Children's Name of ProjecVProgram: Alexa's PLAYC Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ NA Month + Year Grant Received from City: _ Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/oayNr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E . on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of (2) Purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents � 0 a z between July 1, 2018 - MUST support Project/Program if names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2019 description on Application + Award Letter ease atlach 1 NA I $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above) provided by the Citv City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Rady Children's Name of Project/Program: Alexa's PLAYC Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: Describe... Explain ... Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure E on Receiptlinvoice on Receiptlinvoice of (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Must be dated on or Expenditure Temecula residents `A E o Q Z between July 1, 2019 - MUST support Project/Program If namesladdresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, June 30, 2020 description on Application + Award Letter please attach 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the 'Amount of Grant Fund City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: + Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. • Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Rady Children's Hospital San Diego MAILING ADDRESS: 3020 Children's Way MC5034 PHONE: 8( 58) 966-1700 EMAIL: San Diego CA 92123 PRESIDENT / AUTHORIZED OFFICER: nholmes@rchsd.org Dr. Nicholas Holmes, Sr. Vice President & Chief Operations Officer p Print Name Title SIGNATURE: " "4 �'l' DATE:-&--fK''VAG-LIlebtL (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Shelley Turner, TManager Developmental Services Murrieta APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 Internal Revenue Service P.O. Box 2508 Cincinnati, OH 45201 Department of the 'Treasury Date: DEC 0 6 2007 Person to Contact: Vaida Sin leton ID# RADY CHILDRENS HOSPITAL -- SAN DIEGO Toll Free Telephone Number: % DEANNA ALBA 877-829-5500 3020 CHILDRENS WAY MSC 5098 Employer Identification Number: SAN DIEGO CA - 92123-4223 Dear Sir or Madam: ']'his is in response to the amendments to your organization's Articles of Incorporation filed with the state on August 18, 2006. We have updated our records to reflect the name change from CHILDRENS HOSPITAL- SAN DIEGO to RADY CHILDRENS HOSPITAL -- SAN DIEGO, as indicated above. Our records indicate that a determination letter was issued in July 1997 that recognized you as exempt from Federal income tax. Our records further indicate that you are currently exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our records also indicate you are not a private foundation within the meaning of section 509(a) of the Code because you are described in section 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(iii). Donors may deduct contributions to you as provided in section 170 of the Code. Requests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to you or for your use are deductible for federal estate and gift tax purposes if they meet the applicable provisions of sections 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the Code, If you have any questions, please call us at the telephone number shown in (lie heading of this letter. Sincerely, "M �{� ►� J CI 7 Westcott Ma ages, Exempt Organizations Determinations STATE OF CALIFORNIA FRANCHISE TAX BOARD �.T g PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/17/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter Entity ID: - Entity Name: RADY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL-SAN DIEGO © 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. © 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: • The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. • If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD: 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) Details Page 1 of I HOME ABOUT MEDIA CAREERS REGULATIONS RESOURCES PROGRAMS CONTACT Registrant Details Entity type: Corporate Class as registered with the Secretary of State or based on founding & registration documents. Organization Name: RADY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL-SAN DIEGO IRS FEIN: Entity Type: Public Benefit SOS/FTB Corporate/Organization Number: Registry Status: Exempt Renewal Due/Exp. Date: RCT Registration Number: Issue Date: 8/19/2010 Record Type: Charity Registration Effective Date: 8/19/2010 Date This Status: 9/6/2016 Date of Last Renewal: Mailing Address Street: 3020 CHILDRENS WAY Street Line 2: City, State Zip: SAN DIEGO CA 92123 Filings & Correspondence IRS Fonn 990 2009 2009 IRS Form 990 Exemption Documents Exemption Documents Annual Renewal Data No Annual Renewal Data Related Registrations & Event Reports The related records shown below depend on the record type being viewed: • Charity Registrations relate to Professional Fundraising Events which relate Lo Professional Fundraiser Registrations. • Raffle Registrations relate to Raffle Reports. • Click on the RCT Registration No to navigate to the related record. Prereq Type: Prerequisite Relationship: Charity Registrant: BENEFACTORS COUNSEL, LLC Registration No: Registration Type: Fundraising Event Registration Status: Complete Date Established: 12/29/2016 Association Date: 1/3/2017 Expiration Date: 12/31/2018 Prereq Type: Prerequisite Relationship: Charity Registrant: RITEWAY CHARITY SERVICES, INC. Registration No: Registration Type: Fundraising Event Registration Status: Awaiting Reporting Date Established: 2/8/2019 Association Date: I/1/2019 Expiration Date: 12/31/2019 Prereq Tvpe: Prerequisite Relationship: Charity Registrant: RITEWAY CHARITY SERVICES, INC. Registration No: Registration Type: Fundraising Event Registration Status: Complete Date Established: 4/2/2019 Association Date: 1/1/2018 Expiration Date: 12/31/2018 http://rct.doj.ca.gov/VerificationlWeblDetails.aspx?result=538c5cce-03a7-4581-ba8a-8cd5... 9/17/2019 FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 23 RANCHO DAMACITAS THESSOLIKA FAMILY CITY OF TEMECUTA FISCAL YEAR 2019.2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLICATION (Please Print or Type) DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $ 51000 Project/Program Title: Empowerment Village (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Start Date: 04/07/2019 End Date: 06/30/2020 If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: Rancho Damacitas Mailing Address: P.O. Box 890326 38950 Mesa R..d, Temecula, CA! ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Rancho Damacitas Year Organization Founded: 1983 Website: 4kidsfirst.org Number of Paid Staff: 8 Number of Volunteers: Contact Name: Jeannette Stow Title/Position: Executive Assistant Contact Person's Email Address: Jeannette@4kidsfirst.org Telephone: 951 302-2317 ext. 210 Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves: Temecula Geographic Area(s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be exclusively used to serve Temecula.) Temecula Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) 38950 Mesa Road, Temecula, CA 92592 NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes X No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a N Federal Identification Numbe rofit: 1983 RECEIVED Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http://arpps.irs.gov/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: CITY MANAGER'S https://www.ftb.ca.gov/online/self serve entity status letterlindex.asp OFFICE 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: http.r//rct.doi.ca.govNerification/Web/Search.aspx?facilitv=Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No X Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No x Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee X Board of Directors Members -at -Large FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now. CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No_ Yes X If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship Name of Program/Project Month + Year CDBG Grant? Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount CSF Grant? Sponsorship? Temecula FY 2018-2019 Community Service Funding November 2018 $ rj)000 $ MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Briefly describe the goals and objectives, or mission, of your organization. The mission of Rancho Damacitas is to break the generational cycle of child abuse and poverty City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The Empowerment Village is a program empowering struggling Project/Program Title single mothers with young children by offering them stable homes and supportive resources to help them break the cycle of dependency on the community and instead grow to become thriving, contributing members of the community. Residents must find and maintain employment, complete classes on parenting and finances, pay a monthly housing contribution, and meet milestones on the pathway to self-sufficiency. 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Rancho DamacitaS will spend the grant funds on sustaining Nonprofit Name the stable housing for the families, which is the first step to overcoming their barriers to independence. Empowerment Village consist of five homes with the ability to house up to three families each or a maximum of 40 mothers and children, keeping them off the streets and moving onto a pathway of independent living. 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by providing struggling single mothers from the Temecula community stable homes with opportunities to grow and gain their self-sufficiency. A majority (80%) of residents at Empowerment Village have been living in the Temecula community. The program keeps single mother families safe and off the streets, and most importantly moving towards a future of stability, independence, and contributing to the community. Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 40 Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 1 1 0 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. Empowerment Village Funding will be used to provide safe, stable housing for three families for a minimum of one year. Costs include utility costs, upkeep, and direct start-up costs for the families including food, transportation, and childcare while the mothers seek employment. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM 1�Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula -i Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program — TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES j EXPENSES $ 5,000 $178, 600 $5, 000 s 17,244 $ 3, 600 City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2018-2019 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization was awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year) by the City of Temecula, please submit this information or the application may be rejected as incomplete. If your organization was NOT awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2018-2019 (last year), then skip this page. If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2018-2019 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Monday, September 16, 2019. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Monday, September 16, 2019 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number): 36 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Thessalonika Family Services dba Rancho Damacitas Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ 5,000 - - J --- c I Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of Must be dated on or Expenditure Q z between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019 Name of Project/Program: Empowerment Village Month + Year Grant Received from City: 11 /2018 1 Describe... Explain ... (1) what the expenditure was how the expenditure (2) purpose of the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents MUST support Project/Program If names/addresses of Temecula description on Application + Award Letter beneficiaries are available, , P. —.. 1 1 Financial Accounting Serviced 05/03/ 19 1 $ 520.00 I Financial Accounting Classes For single moms I To gain employment in Temecula 2 Ally 3 4 5 6 7 07/11/18-04/11/19 1 $ 4820.201 Transportation for single moms) Moms working and going to school in Temecula EXPENDITURE TOTAL 5340.20 Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" aboveprovided by the City City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 5 of 7 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019-2020 COMPLIANCE REPORT If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in FY 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, then this information is not due until Friday, September 11, 2020 If your organization is awarded a Community Service Funding Grant in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 by the City of Temecula, all grant funds received must be expended anytime on or between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. In addition, all grant funds must be substantiated with proper back-up documentation. Failure to provide proper documentation may jeopardize any future funding. City of Temecula reserves the right to conduct an audit and/or require additional back- up information to substantiate how funds received from the City were spent. If the funds are not spent in accordance with the approved purpose stated on the Application, the organization will be required to refund the amount of funds. To substantiate that Fiscal Year 2019-2020 funds received from the City were spent appropriately, proper back-up documentation including the table below with accompanying receipts/invoices, must be submitted to the City on or before due date: Friday, September 11, 2020. EXPENDITURE REPORT due on or before Friday, September 11, 2020 1. Demonstrate that the Community Service Funding Grant specifically benefitted Temecula residents by providing the number of beneficiaries living in 92590, 92591 and 92592 that directly benefitted from this program: (approximate number of beneficiaries if you don't have a precise number) 2. Fill out this table (include additional copies if needed to explain all expenditures) 3. Attach Receipts/Invoices (in the same order as listed in this table) 4. Send to: City of Temecula, 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, Attn: City Manager's Office - CSF Organization: Thessalonika Family Services dba Rancho Damacitas Name of Project/Program: Empowerment Village Amount of Grant Fund Awarded: $ Month + Year Grant Received from City: 1 i E Name of Company Date (Mo/Day/Yr) Amount E on Receipt/Invoice on Receipt/Invoice of d E Must be dated on or Expenditure i between July 1, 2019 - Q Z June 30, 2020 1 ;$ 5! 1 1$ EXPENDITURE TOTAL Note: Expenditure Total must be equal to $ (or greater than) the "Amount of Grant Fund Awarded" (above provided by the City_ Describe... (1) what the expenditure was (2) purpose of the expenditure MUST support Project/Program description on Application + Award Letter Explain ... how the expenditure specifically benefitted Temecula residents If names/addresses of Temecula beneficiaries are available, City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 6 of 7 SIGNATURE PAGE The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following: • Recipient is subject to all Community Service Funding Program requirements including submittal deadlines and payment disbursements. • Every Community Service Funding application is considered individually and on its own merit. • Awards will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of Temecula. ■ Funding is not immediately available to the recipient, and requires an award letter signature upon approval. Please allow time for checks to be processed. • The awarding of Community Service Funding does not constitute an automatic annual allocation. • The recognition for Community Service Funding should accrue to the City of Temecula. • Community Service Funding must be spent as specified on the Application and records may be requested by the City of Temecula to ensure the funds were used appropriately. • Community Service Funding grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which an awarding Council Member is on the ballot. • The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. The recipient shall return to the City any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement. • If awarded a Community Service Funding Grant by the City of Temecula last year, then compliance receipts must be submitted on or before this application's due date or this application may be rejected as incomplete. We hereby certify the information contained in this Application is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ORGANIZATION NAME: Rancho Damacitas P.O. Box 890326 951 302-2317 jeannette@4kidsfirst org MAILING ADDRESS: PHONE: ( ) EMAIL: 38950 Mesa Road, Temecula, CA 92592 PRESIDENT/AUTHORIZED OFFICER: Cal Winslow CEO 4 `Irit.le SIGNATURE: _ DATE: 09/11 /19 (Month, Day, Year) IF DIFFERENT THAN ABOVE, Jeannette Stow Executive Assistant APPICATION PREPARED BY: Print Name Title SUBMIT ORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, TO: City of Temecula Community Service Funding Attn: City Manager's Office 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CA 92590 If you have any questions please contact Betsy Lowrey at (951) 693-3959 or Stacey Brown at (951) 694-6413. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 7 of 7 9/10/2019 Details about thessalonika family services Q HELPO MENU Home > Tax Exempt Organization Search > Thessalonika Family Services <Back to Search Results Thessalonika Family Services EIN: Temecula, CA, United States Publication 78 Data v Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. Users may rely on this list in determining deductibility of their contributions. On Publication 78 Data List: Yes Deductibility Code: PC Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 6-Sept-2019 CIF Our Agency About IRS Work at IRS Help r'► Share j�; Print 1 Know Your Rights Resolve an Issue Other Languages Taxpayer Bill of Rights Taxpayer Advocate Service Accessibility Respond to a Notice Espanol Office of Appeals E'3Z Identity Theft �Eoi Protection PYCCKIAO Related Sites U.S. Treasury Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration U SA. gov Contact Your Local Office Civil Rights Report Phishing Tieng Viet Tax Stats, Facts & Figures Freedom of Information Act No Fear Act Privacy Policy Tax Fraud & Abuse https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/displayPub78.do?dispatchMethod=displayPub78Info&ein=953551068&country=U S&deductibility=all&dispatch Method=se ... 2/2 STATE OF CALIFORNIA 6FRANCHISE TAX BOARD TB PO BOX 942857 SACRAMENTO CA 94257-0540 Entity Status Letter Date: 9/10/2019 ESL ID: According to our records, the following entity information is true and accurate as of the date of this letter. Entity ID: Entity Name: THESSALONIKA FAMILY SERVICES 1. The entity is in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. ❑ 2. The entity is not in good standing with the Franchise Tax Board. 3. The entity is currently exempt from tax under Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) Section 23701 d. ❑ 4. We do not have current information about the entity. The above information does not necessarily reflect: The entity's status with any other agency of the State of California or other government agency. a If the entity's powers, rights, and privileges were suspended or forfeited at any time in the past, or the entity did business in California at a time when it was not qualified or not registered to do business in California: o The status or voidability of any contracts made in California by the entity at a time when the entity was suspended or forfeited (R&TC Sections 23304.1, 23304.5, 23305a, 23305.1). o For entities revived under R&TC Section 23305b, any time limitations on the revivor or limitation of the functions that can be performed by the entity. Connect With Us Web: ftb.ca.gov Phone: 800.852.5711 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except state holidays 916.845.6500 from outside the United States TTY/TDD. 800.822.6268 for persons with hearing or speech impairments FTB 4263A WEB (REV 02-2019) Firm 990 ONO No, 154 ,M47 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax 201 Under section 501(c), 527, at 4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Cade (except private foundations) Depanment or the Tre4oury ' Do not enter social security numbers on this form as it may be made public, � to Pu sfic inurny neveenue5ernrc ► Go to wwwdrs.govIForm990 for instructions and the latest information. InspeNarr A For the 2017 calendar year, or tax year beginning 7/01 , 2017, and ending 6/30 2018 13 Check it appliCaGte: G I7 Ern plover ldwnllacalfan number Mclrezthange THESSALONIKA FAMILY SERVICES, INC. Name change PO BOX 890326 Tr]ephananumbar Initial return TEMECULA, CA 92589 (951) 302-2317 Frui mum/temrna;ed Amended return IG Gass reteipis $ 3,056,093. A4)plicahon pendirg F Name and address of princioal officer; ii(a) is 1hr, a group return far wbwdmale.? Yes No Same A5 C Above N(h) Are all subordinates included? Yet No ii 'No. anach a Lsl, (see instructions) I Tax-exempt status }( SOI[cli3) 501(c) { ) (insert W.) 4947(a)(1) or 1 1527 .1 Website: � VWWW, 4 KIDSFIRST .ORG N(e) C.ouw exemption number I. K Foam at argwl-lran: x CarpwaGanH Trust Association I Other' L Yra a! irxmabon: CA 19 $ D M state of legar dom,ede: Part i Surtltna 1 Briefly describe the_organ+zatson's mission ar_most sig_nilicani a_Ctivsttes:q'g_PR_OVI_DE QUALITY LONG-TERM CARE AND _ Cu Tf?EATMENT_FOR CAlf6tEN NEI^DING 13UT-O-'-Iif)HIw SERVICES. TO BREAF4'THE GENERAT10NAL-YffEOA8USEWNQOQERTYBY EMPUYiEEZIN AT-RTSICc SINGLE MOTHERS WITH YO-NG - - - - -- CMTE.DREiV AIVi}'Ii iJ%VxDilALS_WITH�A iIS'TO tY _QF_ F05 ER CARE OR d-OlErJ ABUSE_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -- 2 Check ThT, box --[]sf the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of Its net assets. 0 3 Number of voting members of the governing body (fart VI, line 1 a) m , ............................... . . 3 ] 2 'd 4 Number of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line I b)....:....... q on 17, 5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar ysar 2017 (Part V, line 2a) . . ........ . . ........ . ..... 5 1'37 ? 6 Total number of volunleers (estimate if necessary) ....... . . . ......... 6 252 Q7a Total unrelated business revenue from Part Vill, column (C), line 12. ... ............................. 7a 0 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990•T, line 34.... . . .. . . ...... . .................... 7b 0 Prior Year Current Year 8 Contributions and grants (Para VIII, fine 1h). 4,080,037 . _ � f 915, 289. 9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g) ......... 73 315 s 10 Investment income (Part Vlll, column (A), lines 3, 4, aww 477. 844,892. cc 11 0iher revenue (Part V111. cWu nn (A), fines 5, 6d, 8c, i 1 e ... . .......... —2 0 , 3 61. —18 , 2 57 . 12 Total revenue — add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Pal%W, column (A), line 12)..... 4,060,153. 2,815,239. 13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3)........ 14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4) . . . . . ........... . 15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 5.10)...., 2,643,341. 1 688 694 . N 16 a Professional fundraising fees (Dart IX, column (A), line 11 e).................... . .... . CL b Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) 254, 945, 17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11 a-11 d, I If-24e}. . ...................... 1, 167,593. 719,802. 18 Total expenses. Add lines 13.17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)............. 3, 810, 934. 2,408,496. _ 19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from fine 12. . .................... .......... 249, 219. 40S 743. Beginning of Current Year End of Year YJ 20 Total assets (Part X, line 16) .. . ...... . .......................... . 2. 633 311. 2,802,638. 14 21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)....................................... ............ 539,574.1 302, 158, zW 22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20........... .. . ............. 1 2. 093, 737 . 2, 500, 480. undar per' alt es of pvir t 2rClaic p+at I hirYp a amincd this ielum, mriudina eccornpanying schedule; ariri statcnlent,. and to the best of my knorledge and bet±el, it 6 true, correct, wd rornplere. DCLlaraf+afl of pfeparlr f (han a Cry + tall mlprnWtirlr+ CI xrurJ+prVardr nu; any knavAn_dge. 7-71 Sign 519natum at attrecr Dale Here CAI, WINSLOW CEO ma or prim name and tine Pf,ntfrype preparers name Preparer's signature Date Check 4 Paid Michael Klein, CPA EA Michael Klein CPA EA self employed Preparer Firm', name ' NIGRO & NIGRO PC Use Only Firm's admess ' 25220 Hancock Ave Ste 400 Fum's Edo MURRIETA CA 92562-9739 phone n9• 951 698-8783 May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown Above? (see instructions) ............. . ..... • . , ......... _ . , .... )( Yes I I No BAA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions. TEEA0113L OAWll Form 990 f2017i FY 2019/2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING GRANT APPLICATION # 24 REALITY RALLEY INC. CITY OF TEMECUTA FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020 COMMUNITY SERVICE FUNDING PROGRAM APPLIC'It (Please Print or Type) 0, -`r DUE ON OR BEFORE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PROJECT/PROGRAM INFORMATION Amount Requested: $i ,Gnu (Maximum allowable $5,000 per Organization) Project/Program Title:(') ML! LL I KtStart Date: /41 � End Date: If Grant is Awarded, Make Check Payable to: (t f ( f Tici C, Mailing Address C_C.t-cam �it�l ORGANIZATION AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED Name of Applicant Organization: Year Organization Founded: 4o Website: ►n)in7 ,Rf�)T}jam umber of Paid Staff--i7 Number of Volunteers: fj`I fr Contact Name:l�-1 I C ] 1--�i��G'Q Title/Positi �' ��1� �' t- A+i� )i Contact Person's Email Address` u- i/ tN ru4-Li atL ephone: Geographic Area(s) the Organization Serves:LjAi<rr L-�, i �LZ Geographic Areavr2�-u�s) the Project/Program Serves: (NOTE: Community Service Funding Grant must be r�i L�� exclusively used to serve Temecula. _ � �� u L"q �cy4t,"� Include Physical Address of Project/Program: (if different than Organization's Mailing Address) NONPROFIT STATUS Is this organization incorporated as a nonprofit? Yes✓ No (If No, then ineligible to receive City Funding) Date of Incorporation as a Non Federal Identification Nu State Identification Number: Print out and attach to this application Verification from Federal (IRS) and State (FTB) as follows: 1. Attach IRS Deductibility Status using this link: http_//appsjrMoy/app/eos/ 2. Attach State Entity Status Letter using this link: htt s:/Iwww.ftb.ca, ov/online/self serve entit status letter/index.as 3. Attach first page only of most recent IRS Form 990 or attach print out of detailed information about your charity found on this State Registry's Search Tool: htto:Hrct.doi,ca.gov/Verification/Web/Sea Kh.asx?facilit =Y City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 1 of 7 Has the organization or any members of the Board of Directors of the organization been involved with any personal business transactions valued over $500 including any business transactions, negotiations, investments, or interests in real property with a Temecula City Council Member during the past 12 months? No V Yes If Yes, briefly describe: Is a Temecula City Council Member a member of the Board of Directors or an Officer of the organization? No - Yes If Yes, provide Council Member's Name and title within the organization: This Application has been authorized by the organization's: Executive Committee Board of Directors Members -at -Large I FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Upon request, copies of the current budget of the organization / financial statements (balance statement and income statement), and if available CPA's audit, may be needed to demonstrate sound financial management. Do not submit now, I CITY OF TEMECULA FUNDING — OTHER SOURCES I Within the past two years, has your organization received (or concurrently requesting) any other sources of funding from the City of Temecula? No�— Yes_ If Yes, provide information in table below: Name of City Grant/Sponsorship CDBG Grant? CSF Grant? Sponsorship? Name of Program/Project Month + Year Funded by the City Grant/Sponsorship Funding Received Amount I MISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION f Briefly_ describe the and objectives, or mission, of your organization. City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 2 of 7 GRANT FUNDING PROJECT/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: Receipts/invoices will be required to be submitted to the City to demonstrate that your organization used grant funding awarded by the City to support the project/program as described here. See Compliance Report on Application for details. 1. Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the City of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. The i ) 'i Rtl is Project/Program Title 2. Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Nonprofit Name will spend the grant funds on 3. If awarded, explain HOW the grant funding will specifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program:_ J) C) 0 (L4 s Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: Go I- City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 3 of 7 Community Service Fundinq Grant application Briefly describe the goals and objectives or mission of our or anization. Mission Statement Reality Rail Reality Rally is a 501-C (3) Corporation event planning & hosting business run entirely by volunteers from the top down. Our vehicle is a 3-day event consisting of 4 unique events to engage the public, community and Reality TV Stars in a fun way to raise funds for a deserving nonprofit. Our method is through competitive participation in fun and games similar to those on TV reality shows for the public to participate in. To create components to the event to attract the public who have varied interests which will enhance attendance in all areas increasing funds raised. Our multi fold purpose is • To raise funds to donate to area charities by bringing TV Reality Stars to a local community, to raise funds and awareness for that charity for them to make a difference in the lives of those in need, • To bring increased interest and dollars to the Temecula Valley for tourism. To include and involve area Nonprofits, cities, businesses and residents offering them a unique way to promote their organization, for school students to add to their Community Service hours, promote their school and/or organization and enhance their resume. • We produce our event in various areas of Temecula to support and promote Temecula and keep our dollars local • We support Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center to keep our donation benefitting our local people. Michelle's Place is dependent on the money we raise for them to help cover their extensive program costs for those diagnosed with any form of cancer. GRANT FUNDING PROJECUPROORAM DESCRIPTION NOTE: 1) Briefly describe WHAT THE PROJECT / PROGRAM IS the Cily of Temecula grant funding will be used to support. Reality Rally 2020 will be our 10th year of production. This 3-day event of 3 unique events for the public to attend takes an inordinate amount of work and planning and is completely produced by dedicated volunteers including myself. Every year we evaluate the ROI of our time and money and make appropriate changes to meet the prime goals of fundraising, promotion for Temecula and Michelle's Place and what we offer to our community as a whole. If an event does not meet these goals, we make a change. Our event brings visibility to Temecula through our extensive media coverage, our global event live stream and fundraising efforts and our significant and robust Social Media involvement. spend most of every year creating components, meeting with many who might sponsor and do offer their time talent and/or services and I have built and continue to build a large team of dedicated volunteer Production Team which I conduct for implementation of all components to result in a successful event and we have about 400 volunteers from our community every year. The Events for 2020. We have a ticketed Red Carpet Reception and Evening of Entertainment at Wilson Creek winery yearly is 90% sponsored by all the following: Wilson Creek venue, Feeling Lucky Entertainment blackjack and poker, 14 local restaurants; Great Oak HS Jazz band, Life Time Rocker Live band Karaoke, The Old Town Temecula Gunfighters Photo Station with a Temecula Backdrop, Celebrity Red Carpet, usually around 8 media outlets, 15 Social Media and imagery Team for event coverage and promotion, 100 volunteers and approximately 700- 800 attendees. A ticketed Lip Sync TV Celebrity and public competition at South Coast Winery which is sponsored by South Coast Winery, Sterling Productions, Group One Productions, Sound Star Productions, Morningstar productions Many media outlets, our social media team, 100 volunteers and in the past has attracted to the capacity of 400. An "Amazing Race" type game all over Old Town Temecula, Temecula Civic Center, VTV and 12 businesses and Old Town Old Town venues such as the history museum, The Stampede, the Theater to name a few. We attract approx. 300 contestants in teams of 4 in friendly competition and camaraderie. These teams represent 10 of the area City Councils, Pendleton Marines, many local businesses and residents of Temecula and beyond. This event is supported with in kind full or partial sponsorship from The City of Temecula, Group One Productions, Sterling Productions, the 12 Businesses who produce the Challenge Checkpoints, Premier Supplies, Prestige Golf Carts, 8 local restaurants who provide food for the 250 volunteers, our Social Media and Imagery teams 2) Describe HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION WILL SPEND the grant funding (if awarded). Include equipment or services that would be purchased and why. If awarded, Reality Rally Inc will spend the grant funds on some of the Production costs that I am not able to get fully sponsored. Specifically printing which would then have the City of Temecula logo prominently placed. In addition, event supplies, tables, chairs, backdrop poles, lighting towers. I am incredibly fortunate that all my work gathers sponsors who donate their In -Kind time, talent, venues, product to the average yearly value that produces an event which would cost us over $500,000.00 to run if we had to pay for all those expenses. All of this presents our event to our local, area and even global audience a top -class event representing us, our City and our beneficiary. I need help with a cash award to keep producing this event. 3) if awarded explain HOW the grant funding willspecifically BENEFIT TEMECULA RESIDENTS. Grant funding will specifically benefit Temecula residents by being able to continue to produce this event which we know is of major benefit in so many ways to our Temecula Residents. These are the residents we include in the opportunity to help make a difference by raising funds and they participate, promote their organization and have fun and, in some cases, unique community service hours. GOHS Jazz Band GOHS Drum Corps Southwest California Pageants Title Holders all ages Boy Scouts Border Patrol Cadets NHS Marine ROTC TVHS Football Team TVHS Cheer leaders NHS Culinary Program St Jeanne DeLestonac Cheerleaders and students National Charity League mothers and daughters Red Hawk Community Service Club Camp Pendleton Marine Volunteers High School Students from most of the area schools not in a specific group. Many area Service organizations Many local businesses Many other Non -Profits to promote their organization Estimated number of people expected to benefit from this Project/Program: 3000 plus Estimated number of volunteers involved in this Project/Program: 400 Plus SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less describe the�project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded) Description as above. I am really hoping to be awarded the funds as I really need to alleviate some of the burden of cost associated with the event we do to continue to promote Temecula, involve our residents in unique events and have a significant donation that Michelle's Place as they now rely on our donation to support their expanded services. I really appreciate your consideration. (I am getting old !!!!!) 4. SUMMARY STATEMENT: In 30 words or less, describe the project/program and how the grant funds will be used (if awarded). IMPORTANT: This summary statement is intended to be used in a spreadsheet that summarizes all Community Service Funding Grant Applications, including yours, submitted to the City Council. 5. Provide Project/Program budget details below. PROJECT/PROGRAM BUDGET LINE ITEMS FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM REVENUES EXPENSES VARIOUS TYPES OF REVENUES/INCOME FOR THE PROJECT/PROGRAM Amount of money requested from the City of Temecula Community Services Grant (Not to exceed $5,000) Cash contributed to Project/Program by the Applicant Organization Other grants or funding already awarded for Project/Program, if any In -Kind match amount or volunteer credit hours estimated amount VARIOUS TYPES OF EXPENSES FOR THE SPECIFIC PROJECT/PROGRAM Staffing Expense for Project/Program (This amount is ineligible to be funded by City's Grant; however please include.) Equipment Expense For Project/Program A4J9 Food Expense For Project/Program Marketing Expense For Project/Program Supplies Expense For Project/Program �C IQ(,L'lh0-) RV& Facilities/Rent Expense For Project/Program Other Expense For Project/Program $ 3 1)10�00 V TOTAL BUDGET FOR PROJECT/PROGRAM $�r� $�( NLoyA% City of Temecula Community Service Funding Grant APPLICATION Page 4 of 7