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AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA JULY 13, 2021- 7:00 PM CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Maryann Edwards INVOCATION: Sylvester Scott of Temecula Baha'i Community FLAG SALUTE: Mayor Maryann Edwards ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PRESENTATIONS - NONE BOARD / COMMISSION REPORTS Community Services Commission, Planning Commission, and Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) 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. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, each speaker is limited to five minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting by the City Clerk. Email comments must be submitted to randi.johl@temeculaca.gov. Email comments on all matters, including those not on the agenda, must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. Email comments shall be subject to the same rules as would otherwise govern in person public comments. 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. Page 1 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 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 Attachments_ 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. Agenda Report 2. Approve Action Minutes of June 22, 2021 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of June 22, 2021. Attachments: Action Minutes 3. 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 4. Approve Purchase of the Flock Automated License Plate Recognition System Recommendation: That the City Council approve the purchase of the Flock Automated License Plate Recognition System ("Flock System") and related services agreement. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement 5. Receive and File the General Plan and HousinL, Element Annual Progress Report for the Period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file the General Plan and Housing Element Annual Progress Report for the period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. Page 2 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 Attachments: Agenda Report General Plan Housing Element Annual Progress Report RHNA Breakdown by Year (2014-2021) Appendix A - Housing Element Annual Progressport 6. Authorize Preparation and Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with Cit ayg to to Complete a Needs Assessment and Evaluate Potential Sites (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Pro Tempore Rahn and Council Member Stewart) Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Authorize the City Manager to execute a $42,451 Professional Services Agreement with Citygate Associates to estimate the size of a police headquarters and patrol station based upon the June 9, 2021 proposal, and approve extra work authorizations up to $4,300, approximately 10% of the agreement amount; and 2. Appropriate $47,000 from undesignated General Fund balance to the consultant services account within the City Manager Department. Attachments: Agenda Report May 11, 2021 - Agenda Report Cilygate Proposal 7. Approve Sponsorshin Agreement with Athlete Recovery Fund for the USA Puma Track Championships (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Edwards and Council Member Stewart) Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Athlete Recovery Fund for in -kind City support valued at $7,000 and $11,415 for promotional services for the USA Pump Track Championships. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement 8. Annrove Agreement with Musson Theatrical. Inc.. for Replacement of the Old Town Temecula Community Theater Lighting_ System Equipment Recommendation: That the City Council approve an agreement with Musson Theatrical, Inc. in the amount of $135,474.98, for the replacement of the Old Town Temecula Community Theater's automated theatrical lighting fixtures. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement 9. Approve Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project, Phase IIA - Recvcled Water Agreement Page 3 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Recycled Water Agreement between the City of Temecula, Rancho California Water District, and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District for the Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project, Phase IIA and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement. Attachments: Agenda Report Recycled Water Agreement 10. Approve Agreements for Consultant Services with Dudek, FALCON Engineering Services, Inc., NV5, Inc., and Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. for On -Call Construction Management Services for Fiscal Years 2021-22 and 2022-23 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the agreements for consultant services with Dudek, FALCON Engineering Services, Inc., NV5, Inc., and Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc., in the amount of $1,000,000 each, for on -call construction management services for Fiscal Years 2021-22 and 2022-23. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreements 11. Approve Amendments to Annual Agreements for Fiscal Year 2021-22 for Routine Maintenance, On -Call and Emergency Services for Various Operational Needs of the Maintenance Division, Department of Public Works Recommendation: That the City Council approve the following amendments to the annual agreements for Fiscal Year 2021-22, for routine maintenance, on -call and emergency services for services including weed abatement, painting, excavation and grading, homeless encampment cleanup, and general repairs and maintenance of various facilities as needed: Rene's Commercial Management, Fourth Amendment - $200,000 US National Corp., Third Amendment - $200,000 Miko Mountain Lion, Inc., Fourth Amendment - $300,000 Singh Group, Inc., First Amendment - $100,000 Attachments: Agenda Report Agreements 12. Approve First Amendment to the Minor Maintenance Agreement for Landscape and Restroom Maintenance Services with MCE Corporation Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Minor Maintenance Agreement for landscape and restroom maintenance services with MCE Corporation, in the amount of $129,575.16 for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. Agenda Report Amendment Page 4 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 13. Approve First Amendment to the Agreement for Consultant Services with EXP U.S. Services Inc. for the Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase H - Margarita Under -Crossing„ PW 19-04 Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement for Consultant Services with EXP U.S. Services Inc. for the Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II - Margarita Under -crossing, PW 19-04, increasing the contingency amount by $65,450; and 2. Increase the City Manager's authority to approve extra work authorizations by $65,450. Agenda Report Amendment Project Description T ncatinn 14. Approve Tract Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 (Located on East Side of Butterfield Stage Road Between Calle Chagos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road) Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve Tract Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; and 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; and 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. Attachments: Agenda Report Fees and Securities Report Vicinity Map Tract Maps 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/OR THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY Page 5 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING CALL TO ORDER: President Zak Schwank ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, 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. 15. Approve Action Minutes of June 22, 2021 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of June 22, 2021. Attachments: Action Minutes 16. ADDrove Agreement with VisionOne for Theater Ticketinc Software Services at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve an agreement with VisionOne, Inc. for ticketing software services for the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, for a three-year term and authorize annual payments not to exceed $40,000. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement 17. Approve Agreement with Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions for Screen Printing, Embroidery, Artwork and Promotional Items Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve an agreement with Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions to provide screen printing, embroidery, artwork, and promotional items at various City events and programs for Fiscal Years 2021-2022 through 2025-2026, in an amount not to exceed $150,000 over the five-year term. Page 6 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Temecula Community Services District will be held on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 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 7 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY - NO MEETING TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 18. Approve Amended Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule Effective July 13, 2021 Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE Agenda Report Resolution Schedule of Authorized Positions Salary Schedule 19. Receive and File 2021 CommunityOpinion Survey Report Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file the 2021 Community Opinion Survey Report. Attachments: Agenda Report 2021 CommunityOpinion Survey Report 20. Receive Status Update on the Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, Approve Proposal with NV5 for Media Relations Training, and Provide General Direction Regarding the Creation of a City Council Protocol Manual and/or Other Initiative Items (At the Request of Mao Edwards and Mayor Pro Tern Rahn) Recommendation That the City Council receive a status update on the Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) Initiative, approve the proposal with NV5 for media relations training, and provide general direction regarding the creation of a City Council Protocol Manual and/or other initiative items. Page 8 City Council Agenda July 13, 2021 Attachments: Agenda Report July 14, 2020 - Agenda Report August 11, 2020 - Agenda Report August 25, 2020 - Agenda Report Media Relations Proposals 21. Receive Presentation on Upcoming Local Redistricting Efforts and Provide General Recommendations Regarding Public Engagement Recommendation That the City Council receive a presentation on upcoming local redistricting efforts and provide general recommendations regarding public engagement. Attachments: Agenda Report DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 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 9 Item No. 1 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: July 13, 2021 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 JUNE 22, 2021 - 7:00 PM CALL TO ORDER at 7:00 PM: Mayor Maryann Edwards INVOCATION: Aaron Adams, City Manager FLAG SALUTE: Mayor Maryann Edwards ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart (absent) BOARD / COMMISSION REPORTS Community Services Commission and Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT Riverside County Sheriffs Department PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals addressed the City Council on non-agendized items: • Bob Kowell • Mark Lane • Lisa Skinner • Silvia Gray • Suzanne Lane The following individual(s) submitted an electronic comment on a non-agendized item(s): • Good Citizen CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Rahn, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 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. 3. 4 Approve Action Minutes of June 8, 2021 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of June 8, 2021. Approve List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2021-36 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Approve City Treasurer's Report as of April 30, 2021 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of April 30, 2021. 5. Approve Annual Renewal of City Insurance Policies Recommendation: That the City Council approve the following insurance policies and appropriate an additional $123,265.00 to Fund 300 - Insurance and $40,919.00 to Fund 305 - Workers' Compensation to cover the increased premiums: 1. Renewal for 1 st Excess Liability insurance with AIX Specialty Insurance Company, in the amount of $195,209.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 2. Renewal for 2nd Excess Liability insurance with Hallmark Specialty Insurance Company, in the amount of $116,153.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 3. Renewal for Excess Workers' Compensation insurance with Arch Insurance Company, in the amount of $108,154.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 4. Renewal for Property & Equipment Breakdown insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $105,110.00 for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 5. Renewal for Difference in Conditions (Earth Movement and Flood) insurance with Steadfast Insurance Company and QBE Specialty Insurance Company in the amount of $230,248.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 6. Renewal for Auto Physical Damage insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $10,104.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 7. Cyber Liability insurance with ACE American Insurance Company, in the amount of $30,690.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 8. Crime insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $2,582.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 9. Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability insurance with Illinois Union Insurance Company, in the amount of $12,547.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 10. Volunteer Accident insurance with Berkley Life & Health Insurance Company, in the amount of $1,465.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 11. Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage insurance with Lloyd's Syndicate 2623/623 Beazley Furlonge LTD, in the amount of $8,890.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022; and 12. Drone Coverage with ACE American Insurance Company and National Liability & Fire Insurance Company in the amount of $1,440.00, for the period of July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2022. 6. Approve Non -Financial Revisions to Existing Labor Agreements Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve Amended and Restated Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Temecula and the General Employees of the City of Temecula represented by the California Teamsters Public, Professional, and Medical Employee Union Local 911 effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and 2. Approve the Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan; and 3. Approve the Amended and Restated City Council Compensation Plan. 7. Adopt Resolution Extending the Temporary Expanded Dining/Retail Program in Old Town Until June 30.2022 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2021-37 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA CONTINUING THE TEMPORARY EXTENDED DINING PROGRAM THROUGH JUNE 30, 2022 8. Approve Second Assignment, Assumption and Amendment to the Joint Community Facilities Agreement for Temecula Public Financing Authority Facilities District No. 03-02 (Roripaugh Ranch Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve and enter into the Second Assignment, Assumption and Amendment to the Joint Community Facilities Agreement between Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, the County of Riverside, the Temecula Public Financing Authority, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-02, Roripaugh Valley Restoration, LLC, and Woodside 05S, LP; and 2. Authorize the Mayor to sign on behalf of the City of Temecula. 9. Approve Summary Vacation of a Drainage Easement Located on Lot 22 of Tract Map 21820 Recommendation: RECESS: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2021-38 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO SUMMARILY VACATE CERTAIN EASEMENTS FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES LOCATED AS SHOWN ON TRACT MAP 21820 PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY PROVIDED BY CHAPTER 4, PART 3, DIVISION 9 OF THE STREETS AND HIGHWAY CODE At 7:32 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. At 7:41 PM the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 15. Receive and File Report on the American Rescue Plan Act (AR -PA) Funding Allocation to the City of Temecula Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file the report. Receive and file only, no actions. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 16. Community Development Department Monthly Report 17. Fire Department Monthly Report 18. Police Department Monthly Report 19. Public Works Department Monthly Report CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT At 8:10 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Maryann Edwards, 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: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Jada Shafe, Accounting Technician II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2021- 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.2021- 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 $10,414,182.66. 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 13th day of July, 2021. Maryann Edwards, 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. 2021- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of July, 2021, 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 06/10/2021 TOTAL CHECK RUN: $ 6,507,246.24 06/17/2021 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 1,632,412.35 06/24/2021 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 1,075,615.51 06/10/2021 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 614,420.30 06/24/2021 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 584,488.26 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 7/13/2021 COUNCIL MEETING: $ 10,414,182.66 DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 1,648,122.74 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 4,575.33 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 5,995.95 170 MEASURE A FUND 111,416.00 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 326,475.82 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 23,357.46 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 15,449.13 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 12,980.79 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 25,108.97 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND 2,388,182.42 300 INSURANCE FUND 13,386.43 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 3,437.73 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 115,524.78 330 SUPPORTSERVICES 16,842.50 340 FACILITIES 65,789.24 350 FACILITY REPLACEMENT FUND 74,707.15 395 2011 FINANCING LEASE CIVIC CENTER & CRC 519,737.00 396 2018 FINANCING LEASE MRC 138,952.36 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 454,779.70 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 374,153.55 475 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 877,564.31 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 138,079.94 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 349,788.07 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE 11 1,381,614.35 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 2,944.47 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 2,643.80 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 3,252.31 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 469.93 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 2,615.05 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 3,110.25 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 1,183.82 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 14,801.05 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 166.61 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 596.35 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 119.04 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 5,965.36 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 2,199.60 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 1,007.07 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATE 567.15 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 1,085.48 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 125.92 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 6,067.59 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 3,712.28 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 7,694.85 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 26,449.72 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 250.23 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 430.57 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 10,465.83 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 2,605.93 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 62.51 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 791.79 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 16,035.19 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 106.63 700 CERBT CALIFORNIA EE RETIREE-GASB45 11,726.00 $ 9,215,274.10 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 641,486.96 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 1,376.45 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 7,364.70 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 358,481.98 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 2,679.36 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 1,183.44 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 5,807.77 300 INSURANCE FUND 5,464.67 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 4,791.60 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 75,036.83 330 SUPPORT SERVICES 9,815.24 340 FACILITIES 14,355.51 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTONA&B DEBT SERVICE 252.41 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 252.15 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 308.29 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 252.15 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 364.46 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 252.13 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 0.13 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 1.17 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 1.17 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 1.17 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 1.17 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 1.17 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 0.13 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 540.59 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 0.13 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 1.17 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 0.13 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 270.31 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 27.05 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 0.13 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 0.13 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 27.05 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 0.13 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 162.18 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 226.97 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 540.59 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 1,027.13 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 0.13 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 1.71 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 432.52 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 54.06 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 0.13 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 1.17 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 1,081.03 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 0.13 700 CERBT CALIFORNIA EE RETIREE-GASB45 64,981.78 TOTAL BY FUND: 1,198,908.56 $ 10,414,182.66 apChkLst O6/07/2021 3:21:22PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 500587 6/10/2021 004802 ADLERHORST INTERNATIONAL MAY K9 TRAINING: KING/MUSHINSKIE: LLC POLICE 500588 6/10/2021 009374 ALLEGRO MUSICAL VENTURES PIANO TUNING/MAINTENANCE: DBA, ALLEGRO PIANO THEATER SERVICE 500589 6/10/2021 021400 AYERS ELECTRIC INC ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: OLD TOWN ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: TVM ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: CIVIC CTR 500590 6/10/2021 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500591 6/10/2021 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: EOC FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE 500592 6/10/2021 014865 FREIZE UHLER KIMBERLY DBA, PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ECO DEV CLEAR BLUE PROMOTIONS PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ECO DEV Walk of Hope Apparel PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ECO DEV 500593 6/10/2021 013076 GAUDETYVONNE M, DBA YES TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS YOU CAN DRAW 500594 6/10/2021 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: COVID: TCSD INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCC: FIRE MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES: CRC EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: COVID: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCC: FIRE MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 500595 6/10/2021 003624 HOWELL, ANN MARIE GRAPHIC DSGN: ECON DEV 500596 6/10/2021 022056 IDETAIL SUPPLY CO ENGINE MAINT SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 84 500597 6/10/2021 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY HVAC SUPPLIES - FIRE STA 92 MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR HVAC SUPPLIES - FIRE STA 92 500598 6/10/2021 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC EMERGENCY RESPONSE EQPMNT: AQUATICS EMERGENCY RESPONSE EQPMNT: AQU 500599 6/10/2021 021370 MARK THOMAS AND COMPANY DSGN & ENVIRO SVCS: CONG INC RELIEF.PW19-02 Amount Paid Page: 1 Check Total 350.00 350.00 225.00 225.00 900.00 500.00 400.00 1,800.00 252.00 252.00 271.02 68.33 53.86 26.91 420.12 2,592.38 990.64 764.25 124.83 4,472.10 420.00 420.00 1,504.96 192.20 136.70 134.42 29.50 7.18 2,004.96 446.25 446.25 36.98 36.98 109.23 67.56 55.32 232.11 4,477.23 121.37 4,598.60 14,552.27 14,552.27 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 O6/07/2021 3:21:22PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 500600 6/10/2021 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500601 6/10/2021 020429 REMOTE SATELLITE SYSTEMS MAY'21 SAT PH AIRTIME/JUL FEE: EOC INTL 500602 6/10/2021 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES GERSHON APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 500603 6/10/2021 013482 SILVERMAN ENTERPRISES DEPOSIT -SECURITY SRVCS FOR 4TH INC, DBA BAS SECURITY OF JULY' 500604 6/10/2021 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC MAY CONSULT: FINANCIAL SYS UPGRADE MUNIS 500605 6/10/2021 021580 TOWNSEND PUBLIC AFFAIRS JUN CONSULTING SRVCS: CITY CLERK INC Amount Paid Check Total 1,180.20 280.00 19,635.28 3,066.50 2,388.00 1,435.84 1,414.00 1,274.00 968.00 605.00 598.50 348.00 114.00 28.50 5,000.00 185.00 6,000.00 Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 1,180.20 280.00 31,875.62 5,000.00 185.00 6,000.00 74, 331.21 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O6/07/2021 3:21:22PM CITY OF TEMECULA 19 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 74,331.21 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 O6/08/2021 1:55:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 500606 06/10/2021 013015 ALWAYS RELIABLE BACKFLOW TESTS: VARIOUS BACKFLOW, AKA NANETTE LOCATIONS SEMAN 500607 06/10/2021 021291 COOKE AARON, DBA PROPER Color Run event signs & stickers: CRC MANAGEMENT 500608 06/10/2021 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & PLUMBING SRVCS: HARVESTON HVAC INC 500609 06/10/2021 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPORARY FENCING: FRIENDSHIP SRVCS PARK PORTABLE RESTROOM: VAIL RANCH PA PORTABLE RESTROOM: LONG CANYON PORTABLE RESTROOM: RIVERTON PAR RESTROOM RENTAL FOR CITYWIDE CLE TEMPORARY FENCING: JRC 500610 06/10/2021 019720 DIVERSIFIED WATERSCAPES MAY WTR QUALITY MAINT:DUCK INC PND/HARV. 500611 06/10/2021 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARKS: PW FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CIP: PW FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPE FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI 500612 06/10/2021 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: RANGERS INC COVID19 SANITATION SUPPLIES: FINANi COVID19 SANITATION SUPPLIES: FINAM EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: COVID: BLDG MISC OFC SUPPLIES: CODE ENFORCEN 500613 06/10/2021 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 500614 06/10/2021 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY REPLACE PEDESTAL: WOODCREST INC SLOPE 500615 06/10/2021 021998 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS: PARK INC RANGER 500616 06/10/2021 021998 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS: B&S INC Amount Paid Check Total 81.00 81.00 215.33 215.33 620.00 620.00 475.00 165.88 110.88 110.88 95.20 95.00 1,052.84 6,969.00 6,969.00 1,540.88 988.52 199.94 199.68 153.06 90.57 33.09 3,205.74 199.09 110.54 75.85 24.96 19.68 430.12 640.76 640.76 1,684.32 1,684.32 43.49 43.49 38.18 38.18 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 O6/08/2021 1:55:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 500617 06/10/2021 012904 PROACTIVE FIRE DESIGN AND, CONSULTING 500618 06/10/2021 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT 500619 06/10/2021 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND GERSHON 500620 06/10/2021 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SRVC 500621 06/10/2021 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MAY PLAN REVIEW SRVCS: FIRE PREV 6,235.90 6,235.90 HERBICIDE APPLICATION: MAJOR 18,200.00 ARTERIALS WEED SPRAYING: CITYWIDE CHANNEL: 9,250.00 MAY CLEAN-UP SRVCS: CITYWIDE R-O-1 1,774.00 29,224.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 6,367.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 2,102.50 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 1,823.00 10,292.50 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: PW PARKS 126.42 126.42 VEHICLE APR PUBLIC NTC PA20-1454: PLNG 427.50 APR PUBLIC NTC PA21-0354: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA20-1478: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA21-0007: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA20-1270-71: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA21-0105: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA21-0125: PLNG 213.75 APR PUBLIC NTC PA21-0132/0524: PLNG 213.75 1,923.75 Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 62,783.35 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O6/08/2021 1:55:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA 16 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 62,783.35 Page:3 apChkLst O6/10/2021 12:44:37PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 11205 6/1/2021 014685 COMPASS BANK '11 REFUNDING 01/08 CERT PART 519,737.00 519,737.00 DEBT SVC 11206 6/1/2021 014685 COMPASS BANK 2018 MRC DEBT SVC 138,952.36 138,952.36 11208 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700034047650 44270 MEADOWS 14.30 14.30 PKWY 11209 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700034500823 32932 LEENA WAY 14.48 14.48 11210 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700035621070 42335 MEADOWS 14.48 14.48 PKWY 11211 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700035691903 43487 15.97 15.97 BUTTERFIELD STG 11212 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700079543781 30153 TEMECULA 17.58 17.58 PKWY 11213 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700374361541 29429 TEMECULA 42.40 42.40 PKWY 11214 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700278695390 32329 OVERLAND 121.02 121.02 TRL 11215 6/3/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700619156906 OTA 32364 1,895.31 1,895.31 OVERLAND TRL 11216 6/3/2021 005460 U S BANK CFD SS 2 REMITTANCE 3,574,842.31 3,574,842.31 11217 6/2/2021 000357 RIVERSIDE CO MSHCP FEE FOR PW08-04 18,178.34 18,178.34 TRANSPORTATION 11218 6/2/2021 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' GASB REPORTING SRVCS: FINANCE 2,250.00 2,250.00 RETIREMENT) 11219 6/4/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS 32364 119.99 119.99 OVERLAND TRL 11220 6/4/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS 40820 598.64 598.64 WINCHESTER RD 11221 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700025366655 41955 4TH ST 13.03 13.03 Page:1 apChkLst O6/10/2021 12:44:37PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 11222 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700031611738 43000 HWY 395 15.06 15.06 11223 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700404123666 41638 15.06 15.06 WINCHESTER RD 11224 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700451136031 41702 MAIN ST 15.13 15.13 11225 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700230666549 28079 DIAZ RD 15.40 15.40 11226 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700230816695 28077 DIAZ RD 15.69 15.69 11227 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700369097471 27407 DIAZ RD 16.01 16.01 11228 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700390915502 27991 DIAZ RD 16.01 16.01 11229 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700170354373 28402 MERCEDES 25.30 25.30 ST 11230 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700541167387 30027 FRONT ST 29.02 29.02 11231 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700171448958 33451 S HWY 79 30.60 30.60 11232 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700021560619 28300 MERCEDES 52.19 52.19 ST 11233 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700047442340 30498 TEMECULA 128.04 128.04 PKWY 11234 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700169846034 41902 MAIN ST 130.47 130.47 11235 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700622434290 29119 MARGARITA 210.42 210.42 RD 11236 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700295805887 41375 MCCABE CT 255.66 255.66 11237 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700338442744 43210 BUS PARK 410.44 410.44 DR 11238 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700395923227 28314 MERCEDES 611.93 611.93 ST Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 11239 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11240 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11241 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11242 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11243 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11244 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11245 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11246 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11247 6/7/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11248 6/7/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 11249 6/7/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 11250 6/2/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 11251 6/10/2021 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT 11253 6/10/2021 021301 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN 106474 11254 6/10/2021 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN 303355 11255 6/10/2021 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) 11256 6/10/2021 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MAY 700618295727 41952 6TH ST 622.87 622.87 MAY 700014812146 41951 MORAGA RD 848.03 848.03 MAY 70016990332541904 MAIN ST 1,449.29 1,449.29 MAY 700024603688 41845 6TH ST 1,454.44 1,454.44 MAY 700168560580 28690 MERCEDES 1,535.19 1,535.19 ST MAY 700169717813 28690 MERCEDES 2,074.53 2,074.53 ST MAY 700350108713 43230 BUS PARK 2,351.65 2,351.65 DR MAY 700000050665 43200 BUS PARK 2,372.31 2,372.31 DR MAY 700474429468 41000 MAIN ST 18,936.01 18,936.01 JUNE INTERNET SVCS 29119 324.96 324.96 MARGARITA RD MAY INTERNET SVCS 28300 598.64 598.64 MERCEDES ST MAY INTERNET SVCS 29119 1,676.29 1,676.29 MARGARITA RD SUPPORT PAYMENT 899.07 899.07 ICMA- 401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 1,134.62 1,134.62 PAYMENT ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 16,693.98 16,693.98 PAYMENT STATE TAXES PAYMENT 31,992.32 31,992.32 FEDERAL TAX PAYMENT 100,488.88 100,488.88 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O6/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 11257 6/10/2021 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 11258 6/10/2021 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 11259 6/10/2021 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 11260 6/10/2021 000245 PERS - HEALTH INSUR PREMIUM 11262 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11263 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11264 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11265 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11266 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11267 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11268 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11269 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 11270 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11271 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11272 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11273 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 11274 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT 16,376.61 16,376.61 NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT 344.39 344.39 PAYMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT 4,310.20 4,310.20 PAYMENT PERS HEALTH PAYMENT 147,043.51 PERS HEALTH PAYMENT 0.00 147,043.51 MAY 700240713022 41997 MARGARITA 14.14 14.14 RD MAY 060-293-3315-7 28922 PUJOL ST 17.19 17.19 MAY 700593904368 46497 WOLF 17.72 17.72 CREEK DR MAY 700593845259 31523 WOLF 18.75 18.75 VALLEY RD MAY 028-025-1468-3 41375 MCCABE CT 20.09 20.09 MAY 133-040-7373-0 43210 BUS PARK 21.55 21.55 DR MAY 101-525-0950-0 28816 PUJOL ST 31.68 31.68 MAY 700271963590 42061 MAIN ST 34.11 34.11 MAY 196-025-0344-3 42081 MAIN ST 36.20 36.20 MAY 181-383-8881-6 28314 MERCEDES 38.92 38.92 ST MAY 129-582-9784-3 43230 BUS PARK 85.26 85.26 DR MAY 021-725-0775-4 41845 6TH ST 114.22 114.22 MAY 026-671-2909-8 42051 MAIN ST 131.60 131.60 Page:4 apChkLst O6/10/2021 12:44:37PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 11275 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 095-167-7907-2 30650 PAUBA RD 144.49 144.49 11276 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 125-244-2108-3 30600 PAUBA RD 422.30 422.30 11277 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700492769845 28575 OLD TOWN 857.19 857.19 FRONT ST 11278 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700138949110 STA 92 32211 WOLF 1,208.17 1,208.17 11279 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 129-535-4236-7 41000 MAIN ST 1,586.90 1,586.90 11280 6/8/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 091-024-9300-5 30875 RANCHO 1,978.33 1,978.33 VISTA RD 11281 6/8/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700562810212 32380 DEER 2,095.46 2,095.46 HOLLOW WAY 11282 6/8/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS - STA 92 32211 194.34 194.34 WOLF 11283 6/8/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 41973 6TH ST 764.11 764.11 11284 6/8/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 30755 AULD RD 764.11 764.11 STE D 11285 6/8/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN ST 3,457.97 3,457.97 205901 6/7/2021 017885 TRANSAMERICAN DIRECT INC. TCSD RATES AND CHARGES MAILING 14,481.59 14,481.59 2021 205902 6/10/2021 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT PAVEMENT REHAB PRGM: CITYWIDE: 806,676.77 PW19-17 ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 226.26 806,903.03 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 205903 6/10/2021 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 148.13 INC MISC SUPPLIES: CRC 891.97 MISC SUPPLIES TVM EVENTS: TVM 449.85 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC 285.14 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR 526.53 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: EM 69.40 MISC SUPPLIES: MPSC: TCSD 416.97 MISC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 73 220.02 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: EM 99.12 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 126.12 BOOKS RHRTPL: LIBRARY 91.18 Supplies/Equipment: Community Relations 239.59 REPLACEMENT EQPMNT: FIRE STA 84 1,085.31 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: CRC 2,517.17 MISC. SUPPLIES: CRC 1,132.73 MISC SUPPLIES: PROJECT 42.32 BOOKS RHRTPL: LIBRARY 14.10 MISC EQPMNT: FIRE STA 95 877.31 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE -32.61 BOOKS RHRTPL: LIBRARY 11.95 MISC SUPPLIES: MPSC: TCSD 331.10 BOOKS RHRTPL: LIBRARY 176.29 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR -20.65 MISC. SUPPLIES: CRC 606.11 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PW TRAFFIC MAIN 267.37 10,572.52 205904 6/10/2021 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: POLICE 935.20 935.20 AFN 205905 6/10/2021 000101 APPLE ONE INC MAY TEMP HELP: COVID 15,181.33 15,181.33 SCREENINGS/FIN 205906 6/10/2021 021689 ASCENT ENVIRONMENTAL INC INITIAL STUDY: RENDEZVOUS PHASE 9,417.50 9,417.50 11 205907 6/10/2021 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 4,074.00 4,074.00 Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 205908 6/10/2021 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC (Continued) Description BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY 205909 6/10/2021 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO, AKA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS LORENA HANCOCK 205910 6/10/2021 020574 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC BATTERY SUPPLIES: PW TRAFFIC SIGNALS 205911 6/10/2021 021278 BEAR DESIGNZ DECALS: FIRE STA 73 205912 6/10/2021 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS JUN WTR TANK FILTER REPL: STA 73 LLC, DBA SUNSHINE WATER SOFT 205913 6/10/2021 021502 BUCHER, BRET PHILLIP TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 205914 6/10/2021 001035 C RAND R INC Trash Containers: Homeless Encampment - 205915 6/10/2021 003138 CAL MAT, DBAVULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MATERIALS CO MAINT 205916 6/10/2021 001267 CALIF DEPT OF MOTOR PTI TRAILER SVC FEE: LIC 4HE1462 VEHICLES 205917 6/10/2021 022538 CALIFORNIA COAST CREDIT RECORDS REQUEST: PD UNION 205918 6/10/2021 020692 CALIFORNIA MUNICIPAL, CITY OF TEMECULA: CAFR STATISTICS INC 205919 6/10/2021 009640 CERTIFION CORP DBA MAY ONLINE DATABASE SUBSCR: ENTERSECT POLICE Amount Paid Check Total 64.94 189.90 50.14 63.78 20.12 20.69 39.68 17.84 81.05 393.06 12.72 18.97 187.27 177.59 89.29 558.60 7,934.90 244.69 293.50 1,008.00 73.56 163.74 10.00 408.05 1,000.00 200.00 1,427.04 558.60 7,934.90 244.69 293.50 1,008.00 73.56 163.74 10.00 408.05 1,000.00 200.00 Page-7 apChkLst 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 205920 6/10/2021 016446 CHRISTIAN STITCHERY INC, STAFF/VOLUNTEER T-SHIRTS: CRC 841.73 DBA SO CAL IMPRESSIONS STAFF UNIFORMS: AQUATICS & SPORT: 8,792.00 STAFF UNIFORMS: RANGERS 740.32 STAFF UNIFORMS: SPORTS 1,085.33 11,459.38 205921 6/10/2021 005417 CINTAS PROTECTION NO 2, FIRST AID KIT MAINT: RISK MGMT 41.06 CINTAS FIRE 636525 FIRST AID KIT MAINT: RISK MGMT 380.89 FIRST AID KIT MAINT: RISK MGMT 88.24 FIRST AID KIT MAINT: RISK MGMT 30.82 541.01 205922 6/10/2021 021230 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL STREET LIGHT REPALCEMENT PARTS 14,137.50 14,137.50 DISTR, DBA CALIF ELECTRIC SUPPLY 205923 6/10/2021 021230 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL Streetlight Parts: Citywide Retrofit 6,916.50 6,916.50 DISTR, DBA CALIF ELECTRIC SUPPLY 205924 6/10/2021 014521 COSTAR REALTY JUN WEB SUBSCRIPTION: ECO DEV 720.00 720.00 INFORMATION INC 205925 6/10/2021 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 12 & 92 2,338.41 MISC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION & BC: FIF 342.00 2,680.41 205926 6/10/2021 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA491 VARIOUS SUPPLIES: SPECIAL EVENTS 138.57 MISC SUPPLIES: TVM/ACE 298.96 MISC SUPPLIES/EQPMNT: TPL: TCSD 903.63 MISC SUPPLIES: TCSD 4,021.51 5,362.67 205927 6/10/2021 012600 DAVID EVANS AND APR CONST BID SUPPOT: SANTA 1,300.00 1,300.00 ASSOCIATES INC GERTRUDIS CR 205928 6/10/2021 022548 DROOG, ANNJO BEST IN SHOW -STREET PAINTING '21 100.00 100.00 205929 6/10/2021 004111 EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT NONFARM EMPLOYMENT STATS:ECO 312.00 312.00 DEPT DEV 205930 6/10/2021 000164 ESGIL LLC MAR PLAN CK SVCS: COMDEV DEPT 33,409.98 33,409.98 205931 6/10/2021 019469 FALCON ENGINEERING CNSTRCTN MGMT SVCS: SANTA 10,330.00 10,330.00 SERVICES GERTRUDIS CRK 205932 6/10/2021 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: FIRE 81.06 EXP MAIL SVCS: PW16-01: CIP 45.33 126.39 205933 6/10/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT 181.42 181.42 Page:8 apChkLst 06/10/2021 12:44:37 PM Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 205934 6/10/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD 205935 6/10/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD 205937 6/10/2021 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC 205938 6/10/2021 001013 HINDERLITER DE LLAMAS & ASSOC 205939 6/10/2021 022530 HINER, DOUGLAS, DOUGLAS HINER UMPIRING 205940 6/10/2021 003198 HOME DEPOT 205941 6/10/2021 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC 205942 6/10/2021 012883 JACOB'S HOUSE INC 205943 6/10/2021 021896 JP HANDMADE CORP, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS 205944 6/10/2021 019293 KITTRICH CORPORATION Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA (Continued) Description SUPPORT PAYMENT KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 MISC SUPPLIES: WEST WING & FOC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: TPL MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: PARKS: PW MISC SUPPLIES: FIRE DEPT MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: STREETS: PW MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR/FIRE Small tools/equipment: Bldg & Safety MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: THEATER MISC HDWR SUPPLIES: CODE ENFORCE MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: IWTCM MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM SALES TAX & RECOVERY SVCS: 4TH QTR SPORTS OFFICIATING SVCS: SPORTS TCSD MISC HRDWR SUPPLIES: PW STREETS MISC HARDWARE SUPPLIES: MPSC MISC HARDWARE SUPPLIES: PW STREE MISC SUPPLIES: SUMMER DAY CAMP: C MISC SUPPLIES: IWTCM Misc Supplies - Summer Day Camp: CRC BAY DOOR: FIRE STA 84 EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS PAYMENT Notice of Public Hearing Envelopes NAME TAGS/BADGES FOR STAFF: TCSD NAME TAGS/BADGES FOR STAFF: TCSD NAME TAGS/BADGES FOR STAFF: TCSD K9 FOOD: POLICE Amount Paid 100.00 3.40 10.20 137.09 146.12 178.19 1,731.54 2,216.59 839.66 45.62 3,008.14 77.53 371.18 95.96 225.15 43.45 177.09 15,093.55 2,772.00 402.54 272.63 41.33 155.30 44.29 1,648.61 472.89 40.00 259.91 168.78 56.11 259.34 106.66 Page: 9 Check Total 100.00 13.60 9,293.31 15,093.55 2,772.00 2,564.70 472.89 40.00 744.14 106.66 Page9 apChkLst 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 205945 6/10/2021 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: TEAM PACE 13.59 TEMECULA TROPHY& DES NAME TAGS/BADGES: TCSD 40.78 CREDIT: -3.40 CREDIT. -10.20 40.77 205946 6/10/2021 022289 LAW DANA, AMAZING DANA VIRTUAL FILED TRIP - MAGIC SHOWS: 625.00 625.00 MAGIC SHOWS CRC 205947 6/10/2021 011920 MASTER CONCEPTS LLC, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,769.50 3,769.50 MASTER SPORTS 205948 6/10/2021 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS ON TAPE: LIBRARY 74.03 74.03 205949 6/10/2021 021343 MILLER ARCHITECTURAL APR ARCHITECTURAL SVCS: MPSC 9,350.00 9,350.00 CORP RENOVATION 205950 6/10/2021 020480 MOBILE ZOO OF SOUTHERN VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP/MOBILE ZOO: 396.00 396.00 CAINC CRC 205951 6/10/2021 022008 NATIONAL SIGNAL INC ARROW BOARD CTRL SWITCH: PW 237.84 237.84 STREETS 205952 6/10/2021 000209 NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS INC, EQPMNT REPAIR & MAINT: FIRE STA 824.33 DBA CROP PRODUCTION 92 SRVCS EQUIPMENT REPAIR: PW STREET 185.55 1,009.88 MAINT 205953 6/10/2021 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS 107.06 DIV OFFICE SUPPLIES: EOC OFFICE SUPPLIES: EOC 7.60 OFFICE SUPPLIES: EOC 473.56 OFFICE SUPPLIES: EOC 7.60 595.82 205954 6/10/2021 006552 PAINTED EARTH TILE KITS FOR FRIENDSHIP PARK: 1,576.79 1,576.79 TCSD 205955 6/10/2021 001999 PITNEY BOWES INC 6/16-9/15 POSTAGE METER: BC FIRE 77.48 77.48 205956 6/10/2021 010338 POOLAND ELECTRICAL, CHEMICALS & PARTS: SPLASH PAD 207.61 PRODUCTS INC VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 290.58 498.19 205957 6/10/2021 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE BAL DUE FY20/21 SUBSCR: PLNG 89.56 89.56 COMPANY INC 180905646 205958 6/10/2021 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL MAY UNIFORM SRVCS: PW STREETS 495.14 SUPPLY MAY FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FO 38.80 533.94 205959 6/10/2021 021026 QUESTICA LTD MAY CONSULTING SRVCS: FINANCE 450.00 450.00 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 205960 6/10/2021 020127 QUINN COMPANY GENERATOR FUEL POLISHING: CRC 205961 6/10/2021 002012 R D O EQUIPMENT COMPANY MISC EQUIPMENT PARTS: PW STREET MAINT 205962 6/10/2021 018831 RADEECAL INC ARTWORK: EXPLORER PRGM DECALS:TCC 205963 6/10/2021 022537 REFRIGERATION SUPPLIES, QTY 8 PLEATED FILTERS: FIRE DISTRIBUTOR 205964 6/10/2021 000411 RIVERSIDE CO FLOOD 20/21 COST SHARE S.MARG NPDES CONTROL AND, WATER PERMIT CONSERVATION DIST 205965 6/10/2021 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, RENEW PERMIT: STA 95 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPT RENEW PERMIT: T.E.S. POOL 205966 6/10/2021 000278 SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE APR PUBLIC NTCS: PLANNING 205967 6/10/2021 006815 SAN DIEGO, COUNTY OF, AUTOPSY ATTENDENCE: TEM MEDICAL EXAMINER'S OFFICE SHERIFF 205968 6/10/2021 022543 SANCHEZ, JULIETA REFUND: ENG DEPOSIT 29693 AVENIDA DEL 205969 6/10/2021 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY: SANITIZER PRESTON DONATION-JRC PHOTOGRAPHY: MPSC SR MEALS DR TI PHOTOGRAPHY: GRANT TEMECULA CRI PHOTOGRAPHY: SHERIFF, SW STN '21 205970 6/10/2021 013695 SHRED -IT US JV LLC, DBA: 4/28, 5/10 DOC SHRED SRVCS: POLICE SHRED -IT USA LLC 205971 6/10/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 205972 6/10/2021 006221 SOUTH BAY FOUNDRY INC. 205973 6/10/2021 002503 SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY, MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MAY 700276704365 VARIOUS LOCATIONS MAY 700116137841 VARIOUS LOCATION; MAY 700039423268 VARIOUS LOCATION! MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT FY20/21 "HOT SPOTS" PRGM FEE: FOC FY20/21 "HOT SPOTS" PRGM FEE: LIBRP FY20/21 "HOT SPOTS" PRGM FEE: CIVIC Amount Paid Check Total 1,430.00 845.86 100.00 499.16 35.14 508,882.29 1,236.00 406.00 1,537.82 18.00 3,000.00 150.00 150.00 200.00 175.00 42.24 831.34 32,342.19 1,837.96 1,245.19 137.63 137.63 137.63 1,430.00 845.86 599.16 35.14 508,882.29 1,642.00 1,537.82 18.00 3,000.00 675.00 42.24 35,011.49 1,245.19 412.89 Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 12 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 205974 6/10/2021 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST CONTROL INC 205975 6/10/2021 012652 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, TELEPHONE COMPANY (Continued) Description MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: SPLASH PAD MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: STA 95 MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: TCC MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: STA 73 MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: STA 84 MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: CIVIC CEN JUN GEN USAGE: 0141,0839,0978,0979 205976 6/10/2021 018688 SUPERIOR READY MX L.P. CONCRETE MATERIALS: PW STREET MAINT 205977 6/10/2021 003599 T Y LIN INTERNATIONAL 4/1-30 CONSULT: FV PKWY/1-15 PH 11,16-01 205978 6/10/2021 001547 TEAMSTERS LOCAL 911 UNION MEMBERSHIP DUES PAYMENT 205979 6/10/2021 011694 TEMECULA VALLEY VFW POST FY20/21 COUNCIL DISCRETIONARY 4089 (JA) 205980 6/10/2021 017415 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR ELEVATOR CALL -OUT SERVICE: CORP GARAGE 4/26 ELEVATOR CALL -OUT SERVICE: GARAG ELEVATOR CALL -OUT SERVICE: GARAG 205981 6/10/2021 022102 UNITED PARCEL SERVICES EXPRESS MAIL SRVCS: CITY CLERK INC 205982 6/10/2021 022529 WERLE, TIMOTHY J, DBA CHALLENGE COINS: POST 84 CAMPAIGN FIRE COINS EXPLORERS 205983 6/10/2021 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 5/1-15 TREE MAINT: VINTAGE HILLS 5/16-31 TREE MAINT: RANCHO HIGHLAN 5/16-31 TREE MAINT: VAIL RANCH SLOPE 5/16-31 TREE MAINT: VINTAGE HILLS 5/16-31 TREE MAINT: HARVESTON SLOP 5/1-15 TREE MAINT: VILLAGES SLOPE 5/1-15 TREE MAINT: CITY R-O-W 5/1-15 TREE MAINT: CROWNE HILL SLOF 5/1-15 TREE MAINT: OLD TOWN MAINT 5/16-31 TREE MAINT: CITY R-O-W 205984 6/10/2021 017053 WOHLFORD CHAD TYLER DBA, 11/4-5/27 CONSULTING SRVCS: WOHLFORD CONSULTING FINANCE 1002084 6/8/2021 022549 HARD, ALEX REFUND: DUPLICATE PAYMENT B21-2619 Amount Paid Check Total 49.00 80.00 123.00 68.00 80.00 120.00 614.23 650.31 124,408.42 4,889.22 5,000.00 172.26 344.51 430.63 23.73 600.00 1,696.65 355.55 11,487.30 488.70 355.55 8,782.35 393.30 793.15 64.55 1,270.30 2,980.00 162.00 520.00 614.23 650.31 124,408.42 4,889.22 5,000.00 947.40 23.73 600.00 25,687.40 2,980.00 162.00 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 1002085 6/8/2021 022550 DEWS, JAMES (Continued) Description REFUND: DUPLICATE PAYMENT PA21-0719 Amount Paid Check Total 3,297.00 3,297.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 6,364,549.18 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 14 06/10/2021 12:44:37PM CITY OF TEMECULA 163 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 6,364,549.18 Page:14 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 O6/10/2021 1:30:21 PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 205985 6/10/2021 001091 KEYSER MARSTON ASSOCIATES INC Description Amount Paid Check Total MAY ON CALL CONSULTANT SVCS: 5,582.50 5,582.50 PLANNING Grand total for UNION BANK: 5,582.50 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 06/10/2021 1:30:21PM CITY OF TEMECULA checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 5,582.50 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 O6/15/2021 2:25:36PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 500622 6/17/2021 005037 AMERICAN ASPHALT SOUTH SLURRY SEAL: NICOLE LANE INC 500623 6/17/2021 002187 ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE MAYANIMAL CNTRL SVCS: TEMECULA VALLEYS APRANIMAL CNTRL SVCS: TEMECULA 500624 6/17/2021 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: POLICE 500625 6/17/2021 018941 AZTEC LANDSCAPING INC MAY MAINT SVCS: PARKS/SCHOOLS PW 500626 6/17/2021 021588 BRAUN PETER, DBA JUN PLANTSCAPE SVCS: CIVIC CTR TEMECULA PLANTSCAPE JUN PLANTSCAPE SVCS: TPL 500627 6/17/2021 004248 CALIF DEPT OF MAY FINGERPRINT SVCS: JUSTICE-ACCTING HR/PD/TCSD/ECO 500628 6/17/2021 016688 CALIFORNIA WATERSHED ENG DSGN SVCS: FLOOD CONTROL CORP, DBA CWE CHANNEL PW11-10 500629 6/17/2021 021349 CASA CENTER AGAINST SART EXAMS: POLICE SEXUAL, ASSAULT OF SW RIV CO SART EXAMS: POLICE SART EXAMS: POLICE SART EXAMS: POLICE 500630 6/17/2021 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & PLUMBING REPAIRS: THEATER HVAC INC PLUMBING REPAIRS: MAINTENANCE YAI PLUMBING REPAIRS: CIVIC CTR PLUMBING REPAIRS: 6TH ST PLUMBING REPAIRS: MARGARITA POOL 500631 6/17/2021 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 MAINT & REPAIR: SECURITY SYS: INFO INC, CONVERGINT TECH TECHNOLOGIES MAINT & REPAIR: SECURITY SYS: INFO " 500632 6/17/2021 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL OUTDOOR HANDWASHING STNS: SRVCS CAMPERS:CRC 500633 6/17/2021 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK MAINT: PW FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PW CIP FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV: F Amount Paid Check Total 16,163.67 16,163.67 10,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 56.57 56.57 9,102.36 9,102.36 500.00 200.00 700.00 3,373.00 3,373.00 6,255.96 6,255.96 800.00 800.00 800.00 300.00 2,700.00 4,408.00 588.00 322.00 242.50 242.00 5,802.50 5,430.00 510.00 5,940.00 325.56 325.56 1,714.32 994.35 519.69 442.98 232.21 115.32 4,018.87 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 O6/15/2021 2:25:36PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 500634 6/17/2021 002577 ENGINEERING RESOURCES, ENG CONSULT SVCS: OVERLAND: OF SOUTHERN CALIF., INC. PW20-11 500635 6/17/2021 015966 ERGO SOLUTION INC ERGO EVAL & REPORT: FLETCHER & BORUNDA 500636 6/17/2021 001937 GALLS LLC EMERGENCY OXYGEN EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS FIRST AID SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 500637 6/17/2021 021308 GILLIS + PANICHAPAN ARCHITECTURAL SVCS: CRC PW19-07 ARCHITECTS, INC ARCHITECTURAL SVCS: FIRE STA 84 PV1 500638 6/17/2021 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: MPSC: TCSD INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: INFO TECH MISC OFC SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: P1 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: CENTRAL SVCS 500639 6/17/2021 020673 INTEGRITY SUPPORT Pre -Employment Screenings - HR SERVICES INC, EMPLOYMENT SCREENING RESO 500640 6/17/2021 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY PLUMBING SUPPLIES: PW PARKS 500641 6/17/2021 000482 LEIGHTON CONSULTING INC GEOTECH REVIEW: RALPHS FUELING CTR: PLAN 500642 6/17/2021 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC EMERENCY OXYGEN EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS EMERENCY OXYGEN EQPMNT: AQUATIC 500643 6/17/2021 021370 MARK THOMAS AND COMPANY APR DSGN CONSULTANT SVCS: INC CHERRY ST EXT 500644 6/17/2021 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES INC APR LABOR COMPLIANCE MONITOR SVC: ADA 500645 6/17/2021 018314 MICHAEL BAKER APR ENG & SURVEY SVCS - INTERNATIONAL SIDEWALKS: 17-28 DSGN SVCS: TEMECULA PKWY PW18-11 500646 6/17/2021 004951 MIKE'S PRECISION WELDING STORM DRAIN REPAIR: PW STREET INC MAINT 500647 6/17/2021 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS INC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS LIGHTING: FIRE STA 95 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: PARKS Amount Paid Check Total 425.00 425.00 500.00 500.00 1,240.62 88.04 1,328.66 5,125.00 3,490.00 8,615.00 303.22 238.55 210.91 101.79 854.47 181.58 181.58 154.77 154.77 3,500.00 3,500.00 1,271.85 606.83 1,878.68 29,078.00 29,078.00 798.75 798.75 983.50 853.00 1,836.50 1,720.00 1,720.00 2,312.55 995.05 281.66 248.59 72.90 54.80 3,965.55 Paget apChkLst O6/15/2021 2:25:36PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 500648 6/17/2021 009337 NV5 INC APR PROJ MGT SVCS: MRC, PW17-21 3,630.00 3,630.00 500649 6/17/2021 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 12,141.00 GERSHON APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 3,534.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 2,878.50 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 2,850.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 1,282.50 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 456.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 338.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 228.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 199.50 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 199.50 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 66.00 APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 52.00 24,225.00 500650 6/17/2021 000645 SMART AND FINAL INC REFRESHMENTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP 1,163.68 SUPPLIES: HUMAN SERVICES 1,070.68 REFRESHMENTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP 407.00 REFRESHMENTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP 317.15 2,958.51 500651 6/17/2021 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC ASSET MGMT CONSULTING 185.00 185.00 SRVCS:INFO TECH 500652 6/17/2021 006145 STENO SOLUTIONS MAY TRANSCRIPTION SRVCS: POLICE 101.70 101.70 TRANSCRIPTION, SRVCS INC 500653 6/17/2021 009452 STRAWN, WILLIAM REIMB:EQUIPMENT FOR THEATER 108.74 108.74 500654 6/17/2021 004209 TEMECULA SUNRISE ROTARY, APR-JUN BUS BENCH PLACEMENT& 2,163.95 2,163.95 FOUNDATION MAINT 500655 6/17/2021 011351 TRITECH SOFTWARE 5/9-15/21 REPORT WRITING: INFO 150.00 150.00 SYSTEMS TECH Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 162,798.35 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O6/15/2021 2:25:36PM CITY OF TEMECULA 34 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 162,798.35 Page:4 apChkLst O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 11207 6/11/2021 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER VARIOUS MAY WATER 3015553 DEER 60,999.86 60,999.86 DISTRICT HOLLOW WY 11286 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700593944784 31738 WOLF 14.30 14.30 VALLEY RD 11287 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700402997759 45538 REDWOOD 14.48 14.48 RD 11288 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700505220908 45610 PECHANGA 28.96 28.96 PKWY 11289 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700404043945 45303 REDWOOD 115.29 115.29 RD 11291 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700335018442 45850 N WOLF 419.96 419.96 CREEK DR 11292 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700395478239 30017 RANCHO CAL 1,230.80 1,230.80 RD 11293 6/9/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700385358210 30600 PAUBA RD 7,818.09 7,818.09 11294 6/9/2021 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 4/16-5/15 9,221.85 9,221.85 CELLULAR/BROADBAN D:C ITYW I DE 11295 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 013338 APPLE STORE GB ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: 0.99 0.99 BORUNDA,B. 11296 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 006952 PAYPAL JH VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO 25.00 25.00 TRANSACTION 11298 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 003000 STATE WATER RESOURCE PT STORM WATER APPLICATION: 200.00 CONTROL, BOARD PW08-04 003000 STATE WATER RESOURCE PT STORM WATER APPLICATION: 4.60 204.60 CONTROL, BOARD PW08-04 11299 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 022559 BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS MW SUPPLIES: HOMELESS 130.48 OUTREACH 022560 UBER MW TRANSPORTATION: HOMELESS 100.80 OUTREACH 007987 WALMART MW SUPPLIES: COMPASSIONATE 50.00 281.28 CARE Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 11301 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 022561 LIMINALET.COM MH SUBSCRIPTION: COVID: ZOOM OSC 020654 TATEMS FLEET MAINT SFTWR MH SFTWR RENEWAL: INFO TECH 022444 REV.COM MH CAPTIONING SVC: LIVE MTGS: INFO TECH 011998 YAHOO! FLICKR MH SFTWR RENEWAL: INFO TECH 11302 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 JC SYMPATHY FLOWERS: LABARRE, S. 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE LLC, JC RFRSHMNTS: CAPTAIN'S MTG: DBA CORNER BAKERY CAFE 04/22 021020 CRUZ TACOS JC RFRSHMNTS: MEETING: FIRE STA 73 018925 MEMORABLE BITES LLC, DBA JC RFRSHMNTS: TRUCK UNVEILING FIREHOUSE SUBS EVENT: FIR 018925 MEMORABLE BITES LLC, DBA JC RFRSHMNTS: TRUCK UNVEILING FIREHOUSE SUBS EVENT: FIR 008669 VONS JC RFRSHMNTS: TRUCK UNVEILING EVENT: FIR 11303 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 022544 RED ROCK ESSENTIALS KH DAY CAMP SUPPLIES: TCSD 022545 FIELDTRIPZOOM KH DAY CAMP VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP: TCSD 012085 ISTOCK INT'L INC. KH SUBSCRIPTION: PROMO IMAGES: TCSD 021132 PLANET SAFE CALENDARS KH OFC CALENDARS: TCSD 020651 FLAGS IMPORTER CORP KH FLAGS/POLES: COVID MEMORIAL: TCSD 022498 TEMECULA T-SHIRT PRINTER KH FLAGS/POLES: COVID MEMORIAL: TCSD 006952 PAYPAL KH VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO TRANSACTION 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE KH MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION: TCSD COMPANY INC 022498 TEMECULA T-SHIRT PRINTER KH FLAGS/POLES: COVID MEMORIAL: TCSD Amount Paid Check Total 350.00 187.00 20.00 59.99 616.99 53.87 409.13 355.61 47.81 26.06 45.52 938.00 211.93 400.00 120.00 120.30 529.18 65.25 120.80 18.00 182.70 1.768.16 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 11306 6/9/2021 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001158 HOLIDAY INN ZH LODGING: LASD MOTOR SCHOOL: VEROSTEK 001158 HOLIDAY INN ZH LODGING: LASD MOTOR TRAINING: 002185 U S POSTAL SERVICE ZH POSTAGE: VICR NOTIFICATIONS: PD 022563 ADAPTABLE TECHNOLOGIES ZH BIKE RACK FOR PATROL UNITS: PD 001158 HOLIDAY INN ZH LODGING: LASD TRAINING: HALL/VEROSTEK 11307 6/10/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 101-525-1560-6 STA 73 27415 11308 6/11/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 098-255-9828-8 29119 MARGARITA RD 11309 6/11/2021 001986 MUZAK LLC JUN DISH NETWORK 41952 6TH ST 11310 6/11/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 117-188-6393-6 STA 95 32131 S LOOP 11311 6/11/2021 001986 MUZAK LLC JUN DISH NETWORK STA 95 32131 11312 6/11/2021 001986 MUZAK LLC JUN DISH NETWORK 43230 BUS PARK DR 11313 6/14/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700454673905 40750 BUTTERFIELD STG 11314 6/14/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700039456210 46146 WOLF CREEK DR 205986 6/17/2021 004594 2 HOT UNIFORMS INC volunteer uniforms: tern sheriff 205987 6/17/2021 010904 AFECO INC DBA FIRE ETC TRUCK EQUIPMENT. FIRE STA 73 205988 6/17/2021 019604 AIRWAVE COMMUNICATIONS PS RADIO SYST COVERAGE SPECS: ENT EOC 205989 6/17/2021 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PW ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT Amount Paid Check Total 907.96 931.65 56.85 511.81 636.00 3,044.27 131.72 131.72 21.56 21.56 59.16 59.16 115.88 115.88 155.32 155.32 166.51 166.51 103.57 103.57 221.16 221.16 4,143.05 4,143.05 1,843.06 1,843.06 1,450.00 1,450.00 412.40 818.21 1,230.61 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 205990 6/17/2021 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC (Continued) Description MISC EQUIP - FIRE STATIONS/PREVENTION MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR MISC SUPPLIES: PROJECT: ECO DEV SUMMER DAY CAMP SUPPLIES: CRC MISC. SMALL TOOLS/ EQUIPMENT: EM MISC SUPPLIES: CRC MISC AV EQUIPMENT: INFO TECH plotter print cartridge: central services MISC SUPPLIES: WORKFORCE PRGMS: FACILITY SUPPLIES/EQPMNT: MPSC MISC EQUIP: FIRE STA95 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: CITY CLERK 205991 6/17/2021 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY BATTERIES: CIVIC CTR CORPORATION, DBA AMERICAN BATTERY SUP 205992 6/17/2021 021689 ASCENT ENVIRONMENTAL INC INITIAL STUDY: RENDEZVOUS PHASE 11 205993 6/17/2021 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY 205994 6/17/2021 022555 BENTON, CHRISTINE YVONNE CDBG: RENTAL DEPOSIT: ROBERSON 205995 6/17/2021 022519 BUREAU VERITAS TECHNICAL, FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT - ASSESSMENTS LLC PW 205996 6/17/2021 010939 CALIF DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL 115265 ELEVATOR INSP: 28314 MERCEDES 205997 6/17/2021 018828 CASC ENGINEERING AND, ADD'L ENG SVCS: SOMMER'S BEND CONSULTING INC 205998 6/17/2021 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIPJNFO GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 205999 6/17/2021 012627 CLEAR IMAGE ENTERPRISES WINDOW CLEANING: CIVIC CTR INC, DBA:CLEAR IMAGE WINDOW CL WINDOW CLEANING: VARIOUS FACILITIE PRESSURE WASH BLDG EXTERIORS: PT 206000 6/17/2021 002945 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: JRC DIST 206001 6/17/2021 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: MRC Amount Paid Check Total 1,892.53 369.75 119.71 740.16 24.99 827.68 79.86 336.03 234.90 442.69 -97.82 89.64 43.63 4,415.00 -2.18 1,840.82 3,562.00 1,452.00 225.00 1,374.50 207.33 36.76 250.00 450.00 1,765.00 56.55 830.78 5,060.12 43.63 4,415.00 1,838.64 3,562.00 1,452.00 225.00 1,374.50 244.09 2,465.00 56.55 830.78 Page:4 apChkLst 06/17/2021 4:25:31PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 206002 6/17/2021 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA491 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC 708.95 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PW PARKS 359.72 SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 1,637.30 2,705.97 206003 6/17/2021 010461 DEMCO INC SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 351.70 351.70 206004 6/17/2021 021859 EXP US SERVICES INC CONSULT SVCS: SANTA GERTRUDIS 7,685.75 7,685.75 CRK TRAIL 206005 6/17/2021 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXP MAIL SVCS: FIRE DEPT 27.18 EXP MAIL SVCS: FIRE DEPT 49.73 EXP MAIL SVCS: FINANCE 7.19 84.10 206006 6/17/2021 010804 FEHRANDPEERS CEQATrafficAnalysisUpdate -VMT 7,123.29 7,123.29 206007 6/17/2021 003281 FOREMOST PROMOTIONS crime prevention supplies: tem sheriff 4,459.51 4,459.51 206008 6/17/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL - CASE# 61.25 1863175 CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL - CASE# 18631T 78.40 139.65 206009 6/17/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 3.40 KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 13.32 16.72 206010 6/17/2021 010452 GAYLORD BROS INC MISC SUPPLIES TVM /ACE: TVM 276.92 276.92 206011 6/17/2021 021365 GEORGE HILLS COMPANY INC APR CLAIM ADJUSTER SVCS: RISK 3,164.00 3,164.00 MGMT 206012 6/17/2021 022565 HALL, WHILLIS REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/09 - 119.70 05/13 REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/02 - 05, 110.10 REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/16 - 05, 82.37 312.17 206013 6/17/2021 003198 HOME DEPOT MISC TOOLS: CIVIC CTR: FACILITIES: 26.74 26.74 PW 206014 6/17/2021 018059 ICON ENTERPRISES INC WEBSITE ANNUAL MAINT. INFO TECH 6,983.80 6,983.80 206015 6/17/2021 000750 INTOXIMETERS INC INTOXIMETER REGULATOR: TEM 158.15 158.15 SHERIFF 206016 6/17/2021 004119 J T B SUPPLY COMPANY INC MISC TRAFFIC SUPPLIES: TRAFFIC: 7,581.98 7,581.98 PW 206017 6/17/2021 021896 JP HANDMADE CORP, DBA BUSINESS CARDS: V. YCONG: LAND 56.11 56.11 MINUTEMAN PRESS DEV Pages apChkLst O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 206018 6/17/2021 001091 KEYSER MARSTON CONSULT SVC: RENDEZVOUS APTS 4,737.50 ASSOCIATES INC PA20-1325 FISCAL IMPACT ANALYSIS: SOLANA 3,621.88 8,359.38 WINCHESTE 206019 6/17/2021 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA CREDIT: -3.40 TEMECULA TROPHY& DES CREDIT: -13.32 PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: TEAM PACE 13.59 PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: HR 53.29 50.16 206020 6/17/2021 012945 LABELLE- MARVIN INC MAT'L TESTING SVCS: PAVEMENT 21,012.50 21,012.50 REHAB PGM 206021 6/17/2021 019884 LEONIDA BUILDERS INC SANTA GERTRUDIS CRK PEDESTRIAN 289,693.00 289,693.00 EXT 206022 6/17/2021 004230 LINCOLN EQUIPMENT INC POOL EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS 1,569.05 1,569.05 206023 6/17/2021 002634 LITELINES INC OLD TOWN STREELIGHTS: CIP 9,268.00 9,268.00 PW-20-02 206024 6/17/2021 015953 LLOYDS DESIGNS DESIGN SERVICES: TCSD 1,500.00 1,500.00 206025 6/17/2021 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA VARIOUS SIGNS & SUPPLIES: PARKS: 263.02 263.02 ATHACO INC PW 206026 6/17/2021 022490 MALWAREBYTES INC ANTIVIRUS: OFFSITE COMPUTERS: 1,959.50 1,959.50 INFO TECH 206027 6/17/2021 014490 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC SFTWR & MAINT RENEWAL: REVERSE 1,217.08 911 SFTWR & MAINT RENEWAL: REVERSE 1,350.00 91 21,600.00 SFTWR & MAINT RENEWAL: REVERSE 4,500.00 28,667.08 91 SFTWR & MAINT RENEWAL: 206028 6/17/2021 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH REVERSE 91 36.30 AMERICA, DBA READYREFRESH 4/23 - 5/22 WTR DLVRY SVCS: TESC POOL 8.69 53.08 4/23 - 5/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: MRC 17.68 4/23 - 5/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: HELP CTR 37.22 5/11-6/10 WTR DLVRY SVC: FOC 9.15 162.12 4/23 - 5/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: PBSP 206029 6/17/2021 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS 4/23 - 5/22 WTR DLVRY SVCS: SKATE 21.74 21.74 DIV PARK 206030 6/17/2021 010338 POOLAND ELECTRICAL, OFFICE SUPPLIES: PW LAND DEV 1,250.15 PRODUCTS INC 435.87 1,686.02 POOL PUMP: PW PARKS VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATICS Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 206031 6/17/2021 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE COMPANY INC 206032 6/17/2021 021832 QLESS INC 206033 6/17/2021 019440 QUADIENT INC 206034 6/17/2021 020127 QUINN COMPANY 206035 6/17/2021 004457 R J NOBLE COMPANY 206036 6/17/2021 022476 RICHERSON, ANTHONY, BUDGET BLINDS OF TEMECULA 206037 6/17/2021 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPT 206038 6/17/2021 022080 ROQUE, CARLA 206039 6/17/2021 000277 SANDS WORLDWIDE INC 206040 6/17/2021 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PRESTON 206041 6/17/2021 020922 SHARP, ANISSA 206042 6/17/2021 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST CONTROL INC 206043 6/17/2021 016257 SPICERS PAPER, INC. 206044 6/17/2021 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC 206045 6/17/2021 022567 STALLARD, ANDREW (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 4 WK SUBSCR:SUPPORT SVC 54.11 54.11 181108943 QUEUE MGMT SYS FOR VIRTUAL 9,000.00 9,000.00 LINES:COM DEV POSTATE METER 596.71 596.71 CARTRIDGE:CENTRAL SRVCS GENERATOR BLOCK HEATER: 1,033.38 1,033.38 LIBRARY PRGS PMT #2: PAVEMENT REHAB, 808,574.92 808,574.92 PW18-01 WINDOW COVERINGS:TEM SHERIFF 1,080.98 1,080.98 SUB-STN 7�ia�499� ��•Ir�ra��:a: rx�i� rx�i�; BAL DUE: FRIENDSHIP PRK MURAL: 14,750.00 14,750.00 HUMAN SVC ART/CRAFT SUPPLIES: SMR DAY 536.55 536.55 CAMP/CRC PHOTOGRAPHY: FRIENDSHIP PRK 150.00 MURAL 6/7 PHOTOGRAPHY: S.HICKS PRK MURAL'2 150.00 PHOTOGRAPHY: FRIENDSHIP PRK 6/12 150.00 PHOTOGRAPHY: STREET PAINTING FES 175.00 625.00 REIMB: SUPPLIES -COMMISSIONER 246.45 246.45 BASKETS MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: CRC 90.00 MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: LIBRARY 90.00 MAY PEST CONTROL SRVCS: T.E.S. POC 59.00 239.00 WHITE COPY PAPER: CENTRAL 4,528.01 4,528.01 SERVICES REFRESHMENTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP 950.00 950.00 REIMB: ICI GANG FOUNDATION 110.64 110.64 COURSE Page:? apChkLst O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 206046 6/17/2021 017814 STC TRAFFIC INC APR TRAFFIC ENG SRVCS: LRSP, 2,875.00 PW21-02 APR FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION SY! 692.50 3,567.50 206047 6/17/2021 003941 TEMECULA WINNELSON QTY 12 SENSORS: COVID-19 4,805.14 4,805.14 COMPANY 206049 6/17/2021 002702 U S POSTAL SERVICE FEB '21 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 2,034.60 MAR'21 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 4,284.65 APR'21 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 4,880.73 MAY'21 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 1,546.92 12,746.90 206050 6/17/2021 022102 UNITED PARCEL SERVICES EXPRESS MAIL SRVCS: PW TRAFFIC 17.00 17.00 INC 206051 6/17/2021 022554 VEROSTEK, PAUL REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/02 - 223.87 05/06 REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/9 - 05/1 267.10 REIMB: PD MOTOR TRAINING: 05/16 - 05, 175.76 666.73 206052 6/17/2021 001890 VORTEX INDUSTRIES INC BAY DOOR INSTALLATION: STA 73 74,707.15 74,707.15 206053 6/17/2021 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: CITY FACS 3,744.50 3,744.50 206054 6/17/2021 000339 WEST PUBLISHING MAY CLEAR SUBSCRIPTION: POLICE 937.65 937.65 CORPORATION, DBA:THOMSON REUTERS 206055 6/17/2021 007949 WESTERN ARTS ALLIANCE PR TIER 2 PRESENTER: THEATER 450.00 450.00 206056 6/17/2021 021148 WEX BANK 5/7-6/4 FUEL USAGE: POLICE 1,635.46 1,635.46 1002086 6/14/2021 022557 ENDEAVOR, OUTDOOR REFUND: CANCELLED PERMIT 170.30 170.30 B20-5106 Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,469,614.00 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 O6/17/2021 4:25:31PM CITY OF TEMECULA 96 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 1,469,614.00 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 O6/22/2021 2:28:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 500656 06/24/2021 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO 500657 06/24/2021 021400 AYERS ELECTRIC INC 500658 06/24/2021 020592 BANNER BANK 500659 06/24/2021 004248 CALIF DEPT OF JUSTICE-ACCTING 500660 06/24/2021 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP, CTC TENNIS AKA KERRY LE Description JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: CIVIC CTR JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: AQUATI JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: AULD R JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: MPSC JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: FOC JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: INFO TE JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: JRC JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: TVM JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: PW JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: TPL JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: TCC JUN DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: THEATE LED INSTALL: FIRE STA92 MAINT SVCS: FIRE STA 73: CIP: PW19-13 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: FIRE STA 95 ELETRICAL REPAIRS: FIRE STA 73 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: FIRE STA 95 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: FIRE STA 95 RET.TO ESCROW 1838:RJNOBLE/PVMNT REHAB MAY BLOOD &ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: PD TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500661 06/24/2021 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500662 06/24/2021 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & FLOORING INSTALL: FIRE STA 95 HVAC INC FLOORING INSTALL: FIRE STA92 SIDEWALK WIDENING: LIBRARY HVAC REPAIR - FIRE STA 73 500663 06/24/2021 020436 CRONBERG, RICHARD N TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500664 06/24/2021 001393 DATA TICKET INC, DBA MAY CITATION PROCESSING: POLICE REVENUE EXPERTS MAY CITATION PROCESSING: CSD 500665 06/24/2021 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 REMOVAL OF EQUIPMENT:RRSP INC, CONVERGINT RESTROOM TECHNOLOGIES Amount Paid Check Total 183.71 67.34 56.57 34.75 28.28 28.28 28.28 28.28 28.28 28.28 28.28 28.28 3,200.00 2,200.00 1,000.00 800.00 600.00 250.00 42,556.58 350.00 3,918.60 415.80 17,895.00 14,232.00 4,950.00 667.41 84.00 337.88 200.00 4,884.85 568.61 8,050.00 42,556.58 350.00 3,918.60 415.80 37,744.41 84.00 537.88 4,884.85 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 O6/22/2021 2:28:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description 500666 06/24/2021 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL OUTDOOR HANDWASH STATIONS: SRVCS CAMPERS: CRC COVID CLEANING: CRC portable restroom & sink rental: police PORTABLE RESTROOM: LA SERENA WA TEMP FENCING: SPLASH PAD: MRC 500667 06/24/2021 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPECTORS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: EOC FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEP' FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEP' 500668 06/24/2021 012217 DUDEK URBAN FOREST MGMT PLAN & INVENTORY 500669 06/24/2021 020904 ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVES INC JUN CONDENSER WTR SYS PM: CIVIC CTR 500670 06/24/2021 002577 ENGINEERING RESOURCES, OF SOUTHERN CALIF., INC. 500672 06/24/2021 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE INC 500673 06/24/2021 013076 GAUDETYVONNE M, DBA YES YOU CAN DRAW ENG SVCS: BIKE TRAIL PGM: PW19-11 JUN LDSCP MAINT: PARKS/MEDIANS PW JUN LDSCP MAINT SLOPES: PW JUN LDSCP MAINT SLOPES: PW JUN LDSCP MAINT: PARKS/MEDIANS: PV JUN LDSCP MAINT: CITY FACS LNDSCP IMPROVEMENTS: PARKS LNDSCP IMPROVEMENTS: FACILITIES LANDSCAPE IMPROVE: 6TH STREET PAI LNDSCP IMPROVEMENT: YNEZ MEDIAN TREE PLANTING: VARIOUS PARKS INSTALL MULCH: RANCHO CAL MEDIAN: JUN OVERLAND EXTENSION PROJ LDS( TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS Amount Paid Check Total 506.63 325.56 114.21 110.88 78.04 425.33 186.95 117.74 65.57 53.32 20.25 18,139.84 525.00 6,941.30 56,831.22 40,678.18 24,702.75 21,133.27 12,631.84 6,122.75 4,692.00 3,913.00 1,620.00 1,420.00 900.00 300.00 731.50 1,135.32 869.16 18,139.84 525.00 6,941.30 174,945.01 731.50 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O6/22/2021 2:28:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 500674 06/24/2021 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS CHAIRS: TCC: FIRE STA 84 INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: COVID: CODE I CHAIRS: TCC: FIRE STA 84 EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: COVID: CODE I MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE: TCC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR 500675 06/24/2021 004890 GOLDEN STATE FIRE FIRE SYSTEM REPAIRS: CRC PROTECTION FIRE SYSTEM REPAIRS: TVE2 500676 06/24/2021 020628 HASA INC VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 500677 06/24/2021 022056 IDETAIL SUPPLY CO 500678 06/24/2021 006914 INNOVATIVE DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 500679 06/24/2021 019085 INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED INC 500680 06/24/2021 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 500681 06/24/2021 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC 500682 06/24/2021 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC ENGINE MAINT SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 95 ENGINE MAINT SUPPLIES - STA 95 MAY COPIER MAINT/USAGE/REPAIR: CITYWIDE MAY COPIER MAINT/USAGE/REPAIR: Cll TRANSLATION SVCS: TEM SHERIFF MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC SUPPLIES: TPL MISC SUPPLIES: CRC EMERGENCY MEDICAL SUPP - MEDIC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: THEATER ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN MAI ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 73 LIGHTING: FIRE STA 95 MISC SUPPLIES: TPL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: VARIOUS FACIL LIGHTING: FIRE STA 92 LIGHTING: FIRE STA 95 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FOC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: TVE2 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 73 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 95 Amount Paid Check Total 1,644.30 443.04 436.71 264.97 163.13 128.28 79.40 34.68 19.31 12.78 1,294.00 814.00 854.82 357.68 38.06 4,870.55 492.34 100.00 3,342.54 72.13 34.78 961.79 2,088.00 1,230.62 649.02 582.07 571.48 445.06 275.96 273.88 133.25 93.53 56.33 52.13 37.01 12.88 3,226.60 2,108.00 854.82 395.74 5,362.89 100.00 3,449.45 961.79 6,501.22 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O6/22/2021 2:28:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 500683 06/24/2021 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS GRAPHICS ART EVENTS: TVM 500684 06/24/2021 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES GERSHON APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES APR 2021 LEGAL SERVICES 500685 06/24/2021 022051 SINGH GROUP INC HOMESLESS ENCMPMNT CLEANUP 3/25/21 500686 06/24/2021 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS MAY GRAPHIC DSGN SRVCS: THEATER GRAPHIC DSGN SRVCS: TVM/ACE 500687 06/24/2021 000668 TIMMY D PRODUCTIONS INC DJ/MC/SOUND SET-UP: SMR CONCERT 6/10 Amount Paid Check Total 1,155.00 400.00 609.43 609.43 28.50 28.50 2,732.00 3,540.00 1,972.00 3,350.00 Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 1,555.00 1,275.86 2,732.00 5,512.00 3,350.00 339,783.23 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 O6/22/2021 2:28:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 339,783.23 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 06/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 11252 6/10/2021 017429 COBRAADVANTAGE INC, DBA FSA REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENT THE ADVANTAGE GROUP 11315 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700581895061 29028 OLD TOWN FRONT ST 11316 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700390905802 28301 RANCHO CAL RD 11317 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700116582930 44205 MAIN ST 11318 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700037888042 32005 MURRIETA HOT SP 11319 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700213755712 28816 PUJOL ST 11320 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700052349631 42081 MAIN ST 11321 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700173434428 42051 MAIN ST 11322 6/15/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 600001509166 30670 PAUBA RD 11323 6/15/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 40820 WINCHESTER RD 11324 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700418750458 31777 DE PORTOLA RD 11325 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700619554097 30051 RANCHO VISTA RD 11326 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700251991189 45602 REDHAWK PKWY 11327 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700503663349 28916 PUJOL ST 11328 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700503770150 28922 PUJOL ST 11329 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700572390172 46899 REDHAWK PKWY Amount Paid Check Total 19,468.66 19,468.66 14.01 14.01 31.57 31.57 109.99 109.99 162.63 162.63 387.89 387.89 852.09 852.09 3,197.67 3,197.67 9,111.33 9,111.33 5.32 5.32 14.76 14.76 14.95 14.95 18.15 18.15 44.80 44.80 105.15 105.15 110.20 110.20 Page-1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 06/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 11330 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700306036256 31454 TEMECULA PKWY 11331 6/16/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700025717269 30875 RANCHO VISTA RD 11332 6/16/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS - PUBLIC LIBRARY 11333 6/16/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS - FIRE STATION 73 11334 6/16/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUNE INTERNET SERVICES - THEATRE 11335 6/16/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUNE INTERNET SVCS - CITY HALL EOC 11336 6/16/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN ST 11337 6/18/2021 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER VARIOUS MAY WATER 3026656 31367 DISTRICT LA 11338 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS STA 95 32131 S DIST LOOP RD 11339 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 11340 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS 39656 DIEGO DR DIST 11341 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS STA 95 32131 S DIST LOOP RD 11342 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS STA 95 32131 S DIST LOOP RD 11343 6/18/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 11344 6/21/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUNE INTERNET SVCS - LIBRARY 11345 6/21/2021 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUNE INTERNET SVCS - LIBRARY Amount Paid Check Total 118.59 118.59 4,217.37 4,217.37 190.98 190.98 171.84 171.84 150.98 150.98 159.03 159.03 1,130.22 1,130.22 21,811.22 21,811.22 47.56 47.56 88.16 88.16 127.89 127.89 174.58 174.58 191.52 191.52 1,715.06 1,715.06 5.31 5.31 5.31 5.31 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 11346 6/21/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700618534991 30395 MURRIETA HOT SP 11347 6/21/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700367835663 28582 HARVESTON DR 11348 6/24/2021 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT SUPPORT 11349 6/24/2021 021301 1 C M A RETI REMENT-PLAN ICMA-401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 106474 PAYMENT 11350 6/24/2021 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 303355 PAYMENT 11351 6/24/2021 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAX PAYMENT 11352 6/24/2021 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAX PAYMENT 11353 6/24/2021 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT SOLUTION 11354 6/24/2021 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 11355 6/24/2021 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 11357 6/22/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS MURRIETA HOT DIST SPRINGS 11358 6/22/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700145715868 30499 RANCHO CAL RD 11359 6/22/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700030933344 26706 YNEZ RD 11360 6/22/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700246573943 26953 YNEZ RD 11361 6/22/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS MURRIETA HOT DIST SPRINGS 11362 6/22/2021 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAY WATER SVCS 39569 SERAPHINA DIST RD Amount Paid Check Total 31.55 31.55 426.73 426.73 899.07 899.07 1,134.62 1,134.62 14,602.41 14,602.41 33,111.31 33,111.31 103,179.18 103,179.18 12,295.21 12,295.21 344.39 344.39 5,957.10 5,957.10 50.17 50.17 97.58 97.58 132.86 132.86 173.32 173.32 276.37 276.37 472.70 472.70 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 11363 6/22/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700036969370 40820 WINCHESTER RD 11364 6/22/2021 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAY 091-085-1632-0 41951 MORAGA RD 11365 6/22/2021 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAY 700408183926 40233 VILLAGE RD 11366 6/18/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 28816 PUJOL ST 11368 6/21/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS- STA 95 32131 S LOOP 11369 6/21/2021 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JUNE INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN ST 206057 6/24/2021 019628 9 FINGERS INC, DBA PAND P UNIFORMS: PREVENTION: FIRE UNIFORMS 206058 6/24/2021 022570 ACCESS TOOLKIT ACCESSIBILITY SFTWR: BLDG DEPT 206059 6/24/2021 013582 ADVANTAGE MAILING LLC, DBA Activity Guide Bi-annual printing ADVANTAGE 206060 6/24/2021 010904 AFECO INC DBA FIRE ETC ENGINE EQUIPMENT: FIRE STA 73 TRUCK EQUIPMENT: FIRE STA73 TIC REPAIR: FIRE STA 12 206061 6/24/2021 003552 AFLAC PREMIUM HOLDING, AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY C/O BNB BANK LOCKBOX PAYMENT 206062 6/24/2021 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES MISC SUPPLIES: AQUATICS INC MISC SUPPLIES EXHIBITS & EVENTS: T\ MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TRAFFIC: PW MISC OFC SUPPLIES: HR 206063 6/24/2021 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 206064 6/24/2021 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS: LIBRARY 206065 6/24/2021 015765 BEISTLE COMPANY THE, DBA PROMO ITEMS: PREVENTION: FIRE FIRE SMART PROMOTIONS 206066 6/24/2021 022524 BEST BUY BUSINESS MISC SUPPLIES: CRC/TCSD ADVANTAGE MISC SUPPLIES: CRC/TCSD Amount Paid Check Total 604.66 604.66 1,153.13 1,153.13 1,797.81 1,797.81 598.64 598.64 250.66 250.66 280.91 280.91 210.02 210.02 595.00 595.00 21,168.02 21,168.02 8,211.44 1,359.13 534.55 10,105.12 3,824.68 3,824.68 3,073.21 614.87 234.44 212.08 4,134.60 6,048.00 6,048.00 594.44 141.60 736.04 2,936.25 2,936.25 430.11 163.11 593.22 Page:4 apChkLst O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 206067 6/24/2021 004262 BIO TOX LABORATORIES PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE 4,510.00 PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE 810.00 PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: POLICE 519.00 5,839.00 206068 6/24/2021 016384 CALIFORNIA INLAND, EMPIRE RECHARTER - EXPLORER 794.00 794.00 COUNCIL 206069 6/24/2021 004971 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES JUN 14 COPIER LEASE - CIVIC CTR 671.56 671.56 INC 206070 6/24/2021 016446 CHRISTIAN STITCHERY INC, MISC PROMO ITEMS: CRC/AQUATICS 2,571.39 DBA SO CAL IMPRESSIONS MISC PROMO ITEMS: CRC 1,049.98 3,621.37 206071 6/24/2021 002945 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 815.63 DIST ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 97.88 913.51 206072 6/24/2021 013379 COSSOU, CELINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,148.30 2,148.30 206073 6/24/2021 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC OFC/BLDG SUPPLIES: MRC 401.95 401.95 206074 6/24/2021 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 RFRSHMNTS/SUPPLIES: HUMAN 725.44 SVCS: TCSD SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 674.56 MISC SUPPLIES: TVM/ACE 564.44 VARIOUS SUPPLIES: EOQ EVENT & TCSI 451.42 2,415.86 206075 6/24/2021 012600 DAVID EVANS AND MAY DSGN SVCS: DIAZ RD PROJ 7,687.48 7,687.48 ASSOCIATES INC PW17-25 206076 6/24/2021 017432 EYEMED VISION CARE VISION PLAN PAYMENT 1,763.51 1,763.51 206077 6/24/2021 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXP MAIL SVCS: FIRE DEPT 29.35 EXP MAIL SVCS: FIRE DEPT 12.70 42.05 206078 6/24/2021 022446 FOLLANSBEE, TROI, DBA BAL DUE: FRIENDSHIP PRK: HUMAN 2,500.00 2,500.00 BARCELONA MOSAICS SVCS 206079 6/24/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT ACCT # 573931267 100.00 100.00 206080 6/24/2021 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT 20.43 20.43 206081 6/24/2021 010452 GAYLORD BROS INC MISC SUPPLIES TVM /ACE: TVM 98.96 98.96 206082 6/24/2021 021365 GEORGE HILLS COMPANY INC MAY CLAIM ADJUSTER SVCS: RISK 2,336.00 2,336.00 MGMT Page:5 apChkLst O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 206083 6/24/2021 022551 HAULAWAY STORAGE STORAGE CONTAINER: MARGARITA 3,699.38 3,699.38 CONTAINERS, INC REC CTR 206084 6/24/2021 020698 HICKS AND HARTWICK INC ENG PLAN CK SVCS: LAND DEV: 2,970.00 2,970.00 HEIRLOOM 206085 6/24/2021 003198 HOME DEPOT MISC TOOLS: PW FACILITIES: CIVIC 2,477.01 CTR MISC HRDWR SUPPLIES: STREETS: PW 325.76 2,802.77 206086 6/24/2021 022033 IE GENERAL ENGINEERING CNSTRCTN CONTRACT SVCS: 111,416.00 111,416.00 INC CONCRETE REPAIRS 206087 6/24/2021 022569 INLAND FLEET SOLUTIONS INC VEHICLE MAINTENANCE: STREETS: 923.24 923.24 PW 206088 6/24/2021 013286 INTRADO LIFE & SAFETY INC JUN ENTERPRISE 911 SVC: IT 300.00 300.00 206089 6/24/2021 021896 JP HANDMADE CORP, DBA Business Cards: HR 61.55 61.55 MINUTEMAN PRESS 206090 6/24/2021 004062 KUSTOM SIGNALS INC RADARS W/MOTORCYCLE KIT: TEM 29,525.97 29,525.97 SHERIFF 206091 6/24/2021 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDY AND MAY HR LEGAL SVCS FOR 2,336.00 2,336.00 W H ITMORE TE060-00001 206092 6/24/2021 002634 LITELINES INC FLOODLIGHT: STREET MAINT: PW 636.19 636.19 206093 6/24/2021 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA Signage: Contract Classes TCSD 1,525.69 ATHACO INC MISC SIGN POSTS & SUPPLIES: PARKS 82.60 CITY STREET SIGNAGE: STREET MAINT: 67.82 1,676.11 206094 6/24/2021 014431 MARTLAND, BETTE B ART PURCHASE -PAINTED WINE 500.00 500.00 BARREL:TVM 206095 6/24/2021 021434 MATRIX TELECOM LLC DBA MAY 800 SERVICES: CIVIC CENTER 67.07 LINGO APR 800 SERVICES: CIVIC CENTER 66.82 MAR 800 SERVICES: CIVIC CENTER 66.06 199.95 206097 6/24/2021 003076 MET LIFE INSURANCE DENTAL HMO PAYMENT 12,890.97 12,890.97 COMPANY 206098 6/24/2021 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC REPLACE DAMAGED FENCING: 4,974.76 4,974.76 HARVESTON Page6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 206099 6/24/2021 000727 NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION PREVENTION WK - STATIONS/PREV ASSN, LEADS ETC INC 206100 6/24/2021 005820 PRE -PAID LEGAL SERVICES PREPAID LEGAL SERVICES PAYMENT INC, DBA LEGALSHIELD 206101 6/24/2021 021602 PUBLIC RESTROOM COMPANY, MAY DSGN, FAB, INSTALL: RRSP THE RSTRM,PW18 206102 6/24/2021 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY: BIKE TO WORK'21 PRESTON 206105 6/24/2021 007762 STANDARD INSURANCE BASIC LIFE INSURANCE PAYMENT COMPANY 206106 6/24/2021 012723 STANDARD INSURANCE VOLUNTARY SUPP LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYMENT 206107 6/24/2021 012789 STUART, JENNIFER SARAH TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 206108 6/24/2021 012937 TARGETSOLUTIONS LEARNING STAFF TRAINING PLATFORM: HR LLC, DBA VECTOR SOLUTIONS 206109 6/24/2021 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS APR'21 BUS. IMPRV DISTRICT BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA ASMNTS VALLEY 206110 6/24/2021 011659 ULINE INC PACKAGING & MAILROOM SUPPLIES:CNTRL SRVC 206111 6/24/2021 022102 UNITED PARCEL SERVICES EXPRESS MAIL SRVCS: CITY CLERK INC 206112 6/24/2021 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 5/11-6/10 TASK FORCE TABLETS POLICE 1002087 6/23/2021 022571 MILLER, CHARLES REFUND: BUS LICENSE 024180 Amount Paid Check Total 3,785.65 3,785.65 222.25 222.25 56,113.70 56,113.70 150.00 150.00 8,848.56 8,848.56 1,522.31 1,522.31 5,110.00 5,110.00 18,618.75 18,618.75 141,952.96 141,952.96 492.29 492.29 10.51 10.51 488.31 488.31 74.00 74.00 rand total for UNION BANK: 735,832.28 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 O6/24/2021 3:46:OOPM CITY OF TEMECULA 108 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 735,832.28 Page:8 tem No. 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Purchase of the Flock Automated License Plate Recognition System PREPARED BY: Zachary Hall, Sheriff's Captain RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the purchase of the Flock Automated License Plate Recognition System ("Flock System") and the related Services Agreement. BACKGROUND: The Riverside Sheriff's Department (RSD) has researched current technology platforms available to enhance public safety. One of those technologies is the automated license plate recognition systems by the Flock company. This technology has dramatically increased the Sheriff's Department's ability to increase public safety by capturing and arresting criminal suspects utilizing and fleeing in vehicles. This system operates by taking still images of the rear of the vehicle to later be matched with suspect vehicles within a 30-day window before being purged from the system. This system has been used as an investigative tool to assist with the identification and arrests of suspects who have committed crimes ranging from property crimes to homicides. This purchase covers 50 cameras, their strategic installation, maintenance, and 30-day data storage. Originally, when this item was brought to Council on May 25, 2021, it was anticipated that the Riverside County Sheriff's Department would enter in an agreement with Flock Group Inc., and be the primary public agency that would operate, monitor, access, and use the data collected by the Flock System, however the County did not agree to this arrangement. Therefore, the City will enter an agreement with Flock Group Inc. However, RSO will still be the primary public agency that would operate, monitor, access, retain, and produce data for the public collected by the Flock System. FISCAL IMPACT: The contract for the acquisition of this system is between Flock Safety, Inc. and the City of Temecula. The system costs $137,500 as an initial investment, including the first year's annual subscription cost. Each year thereafter the annual subscription cost will be $125,000. Adequate funds have been appropriated in the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Police Department Operating Budget. ATTACHMENT: Agreement flock safety FLOCK GROUP INC. SERVICES AGREEMENT ORDER FORM This Order Form together with the Terms (as defined herein) describe the relationship between Flock Group Inc. ("Flock") and the customer identified below ("Customer") (each of Flock and Customer, a "Party"). This order form ("Order Form") hereby incorporates and includes the "GOVERNMENT AGENCY CUSTOMER AGREEMENT" attached (the "Terms") which describe and set forth the general legal terms governing the relationship (collectively, the "Agreement" ). The Terms contain, among other things, warranty disclaimers, liability limitations and use limitations. The Agreement will become effective when this Order Form is executed by both Parties (the "Effective Date"). Customer: City of Temecula 41000 Main St Address: Temecula, CA 92590 Expected Payment Method: Initial Term: 12 Renewal Term: 12 Months Name (Includes one-time fees) Flock Falcon Camera Implementation Fee (Public) Flock Group Inc. Today's Date - June 22, 2021 This proposal expires in 30 days. Contact Name: Michael Heslin Phone: 951-308-6321 E-Mail: michael.heslin@temeculaca.gov Billing Contact: (if different than above) Billing Term: Annual payment due Net 30 per terms and conditions Price QTY Subtotal $2,500.00 50 $125,000.00 $250.00 50 $12,500.00 Year 1 Total $137,500.00 Order Form City of Temecula 2021- 00529 flock safety Recurring Total: 125000 Special terms: • Net 30 upon installation By executing this Order Form, Customer represents and warrants that it has read and agrees all of the terms and conditions contained in the Terms attached. The Parties have executed this Agreement as of the dates set forth below. Flock Group Inc Customer: By: By: Name: Alex Latraverse Name: Title:_ Vice President, Growth Title:_ Date: 06/22/2021 Date: Flock Group Inc. Order Form Today's Date - June 22, 2021 City of Temecula This proposal expires in 30 days. 2021- 00529 flock safety GOVERNMENT AGENCY CUSTOMER AGREEMENT This Government Agency Agreement (this "Agreement") is entered into by and between Flock Group, Inc. with a place of business at 1170 Howell Mill Rd NW Suite 210, Atlanta, GA 30318 ("Flock") and the police department or government agency identified in the signature block below ("Agency") (each a "Party," and together, the "Parties"). RECITALS WHEREAS, Flock offers a software and hardware solution for automatic license plate detection through Flock's technology platform (the "Flock Service"), and upon detection, the Flock Service creates images and recordings of suspect vehicles ("Footage") and can provide notifications to Agency upon the instructions of Non - Agency End User ("Notifications"); WHEREAS, Agency desires to purchase, use and/or have installed access to the Flock Service in order to create, view, search and archive Footage and receive Notifications, including those from non -Agency users of the Flock System (where there is an investigative purpose) such as schools, neighborhood homeowners associations, businesses, and individual users, to the extent permitted by law; WHEREAS, because Footage is stored for no longer than (thirty) 30 days in compliance with Flock's records retention policy, Agency is responsible for extracting, downloading and archiving Footage from the Flock System on its own storage devices for auditing for prosecutorial/administrative purposes; and WHEREAS, Flock desires to provide Agency the Flock Service and any access thereto, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, solely for the purpose of crime awareness and prevention by police departments and archiving for evidence gathering ("Purpose"). AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, Flock and Agency agree as follows and further agree to incorporate the Recitals into this Agreement. 1. DEFINITIONS Certain capitalized terms, not otherwise defined herein, have the meanings set forth or cross-referenced in this Section 1. 1.1 "Authorized End User" shall mean any individual employees, agents, or contractors of Agency or RSO accessing using the Flock Services through the Web Interface, under the rights granted to Agency pursuant to this Agreement. 1.2 "Agency Data" will mean the data, media and content provided or made accessible to Flock by Agency, RSO. or any Authorized End User, through the Flock Services. For the avoidance of doubt, the Agency Data will include the Footage and geolocation information and environmental datacollected by sensors built into the Units. 1.3 "Documentation" will mean text and/or graphical documentation, whether in electronic or printed format, that describe the features, functions and operation of the Flock Services which are provided by Flock to Agency in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. 1.4 "Embedded Software" will mean the software and/or firmware embedded or preinstalled on the Hardware. 1.5 "Flock IP" will mean the Flock Services, the Documentation, the Hardware, the Embedded Software, the Installation Services, and any and all intellectual property therein or otherwise provided to Agency and/or its Authorized End Users in connection with the foregoing. 1.6 "Footage" means still images and/or video captured by the Hardware in the course of and provided via the Flock Services. 2554606 flock safety 1.7 "Hardware" shall mean the Flock cameras and any other physical elements that interact with the Embedded Software and the Web Interface to provide the Flock Services. The term "Hardware" excludes the Embedded Software. 1.8 "Implementation Fee(s)" means the monetary fees associated with the Installation Services, as defined in Section 1.9 below. 1.9 "Installation Services" means the services provided by Flock regarding the installation, placements and configuration of the Hardware, pursuant to the Statement of Work, Exhibit "A" attached hereto. 1.10 "Flock Services or Services" means the provision, via the Web Interface, of Flock's software application for automatic license plate detection, searching image records, and sharing Footage, to the extent permitted herein. 1.11 "Non Agency End User" means a Flock's non -Agency customer that has elected to give Agency access to its data in the Flock system for investigative purposes. 1.12 "Non Agency End User Data" means the Footage, geolocation data, environmental data and/or notifications of a Non -Agency End User. 1.13 "Unit(s)" shall mean the Hardware together with the Embedded Software. 1.14 "Usage Fee" means the subscription fees to be paid by the Agency for ongoing access to Flock Services and Hardware. 1.15 "Support Services" shall mean On -site Services and Monitoring Services, as defined in Section 2.9 below. 1.16 "Web Interface" means the website(s) or application(s) through which Agency and its Authorized End Users can access the Flock Services in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. 1.17 "Aggregated data "means information that relates to a group or category of customers, from which all individual's and customers' identities and personal information have been permanently "anonymized". The Parties understand and agree that it is technologically difficult to render data truly "anonymous". Therefore, as used in this Section 1.14, the term "anonymization" means and refers to use of commercially available technology that irreversibly alters data in such a way that a data subject (i.e., individual person or impersonal entity) can no longer be identified directly or indirectly, either by the person or entity which alone, or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of processing of the data. "Anonymized data" means data that has been produced through the foregoing described process of anonymization. Use of "Aggregated data" derived from Agency Data or Non -Agency End User Data, is only permitted under this Agreement provided all such Data to be used is rendered "anonymized data", as referenced and described above. 1.18 "RSO" means the Sheriff's Department of the County of Riverside, California. 2. FLOCK SERVICES AND SUPPORT 2.1 Provision of Access. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, Flock hereby grants to Agency and RSO a non-exclusive, non -transferable right to access the features and functions of the Flock Services via the Web Interface during the Service Term (as defined in Section 6.1) and No -Fee Term, solely for the Authorized End Users. The Footage will be available for Agency's designated administrator, listed on the Order Form, and any Authorized End Users to access via the Web Interface for thirty (30) days, or such longer period required by Agency's records retention requirements or State law including California Government Code Section 34090, et seq. Any authorized destruction of Agency Data, including Footage, shall be in compliance with NIST SP800-88, or other standard which ensures to the extent technically feasible, that deleted or destroyed data cannot be recovered or recompiled, nor can any content of the data be interpreted, identified, or otherwise made readable. Authorized End Users will be required to sign up for an account, and select a password and username ("User ID"). Access by any Authorized End User to the Flock Services shall require 2-step verification. Flock will also provide Agency the Documentation to be used in accessing and using the Flock Services. Agency shall be responsible for all acts and omissions of Authorized End Users, and any act or omission by an Authorized End User which, if undertaken by Agency, would constitute a breach of this Agreement, shall be deemed a breach of this Agreement by Agency. Agency shall undertake reasonable efforts to make all Authorized End Users aware of the provisions of this Agreement as applicable to such Authorized End User's use of the Flock Services and shall cause Authorized End Users to comply with such provisions. Flock may use the services of one or more third parties to deliver any part of the Flock Services, including without limitation using a third party to host the Web Interface which the Flock Services makes available to Agency and Authorized End Users, provided any such third parties agree in writing to maintain confidentiality flock safety of Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data, as required of Flock herein. Flock will pass -through any warranties that Flock receives from its then current third -party service provider to the extent that such warranties can be provided to Agency. WARRANTIES PROVIDED BY SUCH THIRD PARTIES, ARE THE AGENCY'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY ANDFLOCK'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY WITH REGARD TO SUCH THIRD -PARTY SERVICES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION HOSTING THE WEB INTERFACE. To the extent practicable, Agency agrees to comply with any acceptable use policies and other terms of any third -party service provider that are provided or otherwise made available to Agency in writing from time to time provided, however, that nothing in any such third party policy or agreement shall operate to prevent Agency's/RSO's full use of the Flock Services, or impose any obligation on Agency not set forth herein. Agency shall not be bound by the terms of any "click - through" end user license or similar agreement, in order to fully utilize the Services. Guaranteed Service Level. At all times Flock will provide a minimum level percentage of monthly (30 day) availability of the Services to Agency and RSO ("Monthly Availability Service Level" of not less than 99% using the following formula: Monthly Availability Service Level Percentage (%) = Maximum Available Minutes (30 days) - (minus) Scheduled and Unscheduled Downtime Minutes - (divided) by Maximum Available Minutes (30 days) x (multiplied by) 100 "Unscheduled Downtime" shall not include periods of Service Suspension, pursuant to Section 2.6. A failure to maintain the Guaranteed Service Level in any two, consecutive 30 day period within any twelve consecutive month period shall constitute a breach of this Agreement and grounds for termination without a demand to cure. Agency and Flock may agree to a different formula, or other means to ensure public accountability as to the ongoing availability of the Services for Agency's use. 2.2 Embedded Software License. Subject to all terms of this Agreement, Flock grants Agency and RSO a limited, non- exclusive, non -transferable, non-sublicensable (except to the Authorized End Users), revocable right to use the Embedded Software as installed on the Hardware by Flock; in each case, solely as necessary for Agency to use theFlock Services. 2.3 Documentation License. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, Flock hereby grants to Agency and RSO a non- exclusive, non -transferable right and license to use the Documentation during the Service Term in connection withits use of the Flock Services as contemplated herein, and under Section 2.4, below. 2.4 Usage Restrictions. The purpose for usage of the Hardware, Documentation, Services, support, and the Flock IP is solely to facilitate gathering evidence that could be used in a lawful criminal investigation by the appropriate government agency and not for tracking activities that the system is not designed to capture ("Permitted Purpose"). Agency will not, and will not permit any Authorized End Users to, (i) copy or duplicate any of the Flock IP; (ii) decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise attempt to obtain or perceive the source code from which any software component of any of the Flock IP is compiled or interpreted, or apply any other process or procedure to derive the source code of any software included in the Flock IP, or attempt to do any of the foregoing, and Agency acknowledges that nothing in this Agreement will be construed to grant Agency any right to obtain or use such source code; (iii) modify, alter, tamper with or repair any of the Flock IP, or create any derivative product from any of the foregoing, or attempt to do any of the foregoing, except with the prior written consent of Flock; (iv) interfere or attempt to interfere in any manner with the functionality or proper working of any of the Flock IP; (v) remove, obscure, or alter any notice of any intellectual property or proprietary right appearing on or contained within any of the Flock Services or Flock IP; (vi) use the Services, support, Hardware, Documentation or the Flock IP for anything other than the Permitted Purpose; or (vii) assign, sublicense, sell, resell, lease, rent or otherwise transfer or convey, or pledge as security or otherwise encumber, Agency's rights under Sections 2.1, 2.2, or 2.3. 2.5 Retained Rights; Ownership. As between the Parties, subject to the rights granted in this Agreement, Flock and its licensors retain all right, title and interest in and to the Flock IP and its components, and Agency acknowledges that it neither owns nor acquires any additional rights in and to the foregoing not expressly granted by this Agreement. Agency further acknowledges that Flock retains the right to use the foregoing for any purpose in Flock's sole discretion. There are no implied rights. 2.6 Suspension. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, upon providing not less than five (5) business days' prior, written notice to Agency, Flock may temporarily suspend Agency's and any Authorized End User's access to any portion or all of the Flock IP if (i) Flock reasonably determines that (a) there is a threat or attack on any of the Flock IP; (b) Agency's or any Authorized End User's useof the Flock Service disrupts or poses a security risk to the Flock Service or any other customer or vendor of Flock; (c) Agency or any Authorized End User is/are using the Flock IP for fraudulent or illegal activities; (d) Flock's provision of the Flock Services to Agency or any Authorized End User is prohibited by applicable law; (e) any flock safety vendor of Flock has suspended or terminated Flock's access to or use of any third party services or products required to enable Agency to access the Flock IP; or (f) Agency has violated any term of this provision, including, but not limited to, utilizing the Flock Services for anything other than the Permitted Purpose (each such suspension, in accordance with this Section 2.6, a "Service Suspension"). Flock will provide prior, written notice of any Service Suspension to Agency pursuant Section 10.12 and to provide updates regarding resumption of access to the Flock IP following any Service Suspension. Flock will use commercially reasonable efforts to resume providing access to the Flock Service as soon as reasonably possible after the event giving rise to the Service Suspension is cured. Flock will have no liability for any damage, liabilities, losses (including any loss of data or profits) or any other consequences that Agency or any Authorized End User may incur as a result of a Service Suspension that is not the result of the acts or omissions of Flock, or any third party claim of infringement relating to the Services. To the extent that the Service Suspension is not caused by Agency's direct actions or by the actions of parties associated with the Agency, the expiration of the Term will be tolled by the duration of any suspension (for any continuous suspension lasting at least one full day). 2.7 Installation Services. 2.7.1 Designated Locations. Prior to performing the physical installation of the Units, Flock shall advise Agency on the location and positioning of the Units for optimal license plate image capture, as conditions and location allow. Flock and Agency must mutually agree on the location (mounting site or pole), position and angle of the Units (each Unit location so designated by Agency, a "Designated Location"). Flock shall have no liability to Agency resulting from any poor performance, functionality or Footage resulting from or otherwise relating to the Designated Locations or delay in installation due to Agency's delay in identifying the choices for the Designated Locations, in ordering and/or having the Designated Location ready for installation including having all electrical work preinstalled and permits ready. Designated Locations that are suggested by Flock and accepted by Agency without alteration will be known as Flock Designated Locations. After a deployment plan with Designated Locations and equipment has been agreed upon by both Flock and the Agency, any subsequent changes to the deployment plan("Reinstalls") driven by Agency's request will incur a charge for Flock's then -current list price for Reinstalls, as listed in the then -current Reinstall Policy (available at https://www.flocksafety.com/reinstall-fee-schedule) and any equipment charges. These changes include but are not limited to camera re -positioning, adjusting of cameramounting, re -angling, removing foliage, camera replacement, changes to heights of poles, regardless of whether the need for Reinstalls related to vandalism, weather, theft, lack of criminal activity in view, and the like. 2.7.2 Agency's Installation Obligations. Agency agrees to allow Flock and its agents reasonable access in and near the Designated Locations at all reasonable times upon reasonable notice for the purpose of performing the installation work, The "Agency Installation Obligations" include, to the extent required by the deployment plan, but are not limited to electrical work to provide a reliable source of 120V AC power that follow Flock guidelines and comply with local regulations if adequate solar exposure is not available. Agency is solely responsible for (i) any permits or associated costs, and managing the permitting process; (ii) any federal, state or local taxes including property, license, privilege, sales, use, excise, gross receipts or other similar taxes which may now or hereafter become applicable to, measured by or imposed upon or with respect to the installation of the Hardware, its use, or (iii) any other services performed in connection with installation of the Hardware. Flock will provide options to supply power at each Designated Location. If Agency refuses alternative power supply options, Agency agrees and understands that Agency will not be subject to any reimbursement, tolling, or credit for any suspension period of Flock Services due to low solar. Flock will make all reasonable efforts within their control to minimize suspensionof Flock Services. Any fees payable to Flock exclude the foregoing. Without being obligated or taking any responsibility for the foregoing, Flock may pay and invoice related costs to Agency if Agency did not address them prior to the execution of this Agreement or a third party requires Flock to pay. Agency represents and warrants that it has all necessary right title and authority and hereby authorizes Flock to install the Hardware at the Designated Locations and to make any necessary inspections or tests in connection with such installation. 2.7.3 Flock's Installation Obligations. The Hardware shall be installed in a workmanlike manner, in compliance with any and all applicable codes, statutes, laws, and regulations, and in accordance with Flock's standard installation procedures, and the installation will be completed within a reasonable time from the time that the Designated Locations are selected by Agency. Following the initial installation of the Hardware and any subsequent Reinstalls or maintenance operations, Flock's obligation to perform installation work shall cease; however, Flock will continue to monitor the performance of the Units for the length of the Term and willreceive access to the Footage for a period of three (3) business days after the initial installation in order to monitor performance and provide any necessary maintenance solely as a measure of quality control. Agency can opt out of Flock's access to Footage after the initial installation which would waive Flock's responsibility to ensure such actionwas successful. Agency understands and agrees that the Flock Services will not function without the Hardware. Labor may be provided by Flock or a third party. 2.7.4 Security Interest. The Hardware shall remain the personal property of Flock and will be removed flock safety upon the termination or expiration of this Agreement. Agency agrees to perform all acts which may be necessary to assure the retention of title of the Hardware by Flock. Should Agency default in any payment for the Flock Services or any part thereof or offer to sell or auction the Hardware, then Agency authorizes and empowers Flock to remove the Hardware or any part thereof. Such removal, if made by Flock, shall not be deemed a waiver of Flock's rights to any damages Flock may sustain as a result of Agency's default and Flock shall have the right to enforce any other legal remedy or right. 2.8 Hazardous Conditions. Unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, Flock's price for its services under this Agreement does not contemplate work in any areas that contain hazardous materials, or other hazardous conditions, including, without limit, asbestos, lead, toxic or flammable substances. In the event any such hazardous materials are discovered in the designated locations in which Flock is to perform services under this Agreement, Flock shall have the right to cease work immediately in the area affected until such materials are removed or rendered harmless. Any additional expenses incurred by Flock as a result of the discovery or presence of hazardous material or hazardous conditions shall be the responsibility of Agency and shall be paid promptly upon billing. Notwithstanding the foregoing, at all times while performing Installation Services, Flock agrees to utilize due care and to comply with any and all local, State, and federal laws and regulations, including CalTrans' regulations for roadway management, related to maintaining safety of the public, public roadways, and any and all other public property to be utilized during, and as part of, the Installation Services. Flock shall promptly repair, at Flock's sole expense, any public property damaged by Flock or anyone acting on behalf of Flock while or as a result performing Installation Services. 2.9 Support Services. Subject to the payment of fees, Flock shall monitor the performance and functionality of Flock Services and may, from time to time, advise Agency on changes to the Flock Services, Installation Services, or the Designated Locations which may improve the performance or functionality of the Services or may improve the quality of the Footage. The work, its timing, and the fees payable relating to such work shall be agreed by the Parties prior to any alterations to or changes of the Services or the Designated Locations ("Monitoring Services"). Subject to the terms hereof, Flock will provide Agency with reasonable technical and on -site support and maintenance services ("On -Site Services") in -person or by email at hello@flocksafety.com. Flock will use commercially reasonable efforts to respond to requests for support. 2.10 Special Terms. From time to time, Flock may offer certain "Special Terms" related to guarantees, service and support which are indicated in the proposal and on the order form and will become part of this Agreement. To the extent that any terms of this agreement are inconsistent or conflict with the Special Terms, the Special Terms shall control. 2.11 Changes to Platform. Flock Safety may, in its sole discretion, make any changes to any system or platform that it deems necessary or useful to (i) maintain or enhance (a) the quality or delivery of Flock Safety's products or services to its customers, (b) the competitive strength of, or market for, Flock Safety's products or services, (c) such platform or system's cost efficiency or performance, or (ii) to comply with applicable law. 2.12 Insurance and Indemnity. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Flock shall indemnify, defend, including payment of reasonable attorneys' fees, and hold the Agency, the County of Riverside, and Agency's and County's elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, harmless with respect to any and all claims, liabilities, stop notices, damages, and losses, arising out of, related to, or incurred in connection with Flock's performance of Installation Services, whether performed by Flock, Flock employees, any Flock subcontractor, or anyone else acting on Flock's behalf. At all times during the term of this Agreement and while performing Installation Services, Flock shall maintain for the benefit of Flock and the Agency: (a) Workers compensation insurance in such amount as required by California law; (b) Commercial general and automobile liability insurance, each with limits of not less than $2,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and $500,000 per occurrence for property damage, using an ISO or Accord form acceptable to Agency's Risk Manager; (c) Cybcr liability with limits of not less than $2,000,000 per occurrence, providing protection against claims and flock safety liabilities arising from: (i) errors and omissions in connection with maintaining security of Agency Data and Non - Agency End User Data; (ii) data breach including theft, destruction, and/or unauthorized use of Agency Data and/or Non -Agency End User Data; (iii) identity theft including bank charges assessed; and (iv) violation of privacy rights due to a breach of Agency Data and/or Non -Agency End User Data. Said policies of insurance shall (i) name the Agency, the County of Riverside, and Agency's and County's elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers as additional insureds; (ii) be primary and non-contributing to any insurance maintained by the Agency; (iii) waive the right of subrogation; (iv) be issued by an insurer(s) with a Best rating of not less than A:VII; (v) require not less than 30 days' prior notice be given to the Agency prior to any required insurance being cancelled or not renewed; and (vi) be in such form as otherwise required by the Agency's risk manager. Flock shall not commence Installation Services unless and until insurance certificates and required endorsements, evidencing the required insurance, have been provided to Agency. 3. AGENCY RESTRICTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 3.1 Agency Obligations. Upon creation of a User ID, Agency agrees to require RSO to provide Flock with accurate, complete, and -updated registration information. Agency/RSO may not select as its User ID a name that Agency does not have the right to use, or another person's name with the intent to impersonate that person. Agency may not transfer its account to anyone else without prior written permission of Flock. Agency/RSO will not share its account or password with anyone,and must protect the security of its account and password. Agency is responsible for any activity associated with itsaccount. Agency/RSO shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining any equipment and ancillary services needed to connect to, access or otherwise use the Services. Agency/RSO will, at its own expense, provide reasonable assistance to Flock, including, but not limited to, by means of access to, and use of, Agency/RSO facilities, as well as by means of reasonable assistance from available Agency/RSO personnel, to the limited extent any of the foregoing may be reasonably necessary to enable Flock to perform its obligations hereunder, including, without limitation, any obligations with respect to Support Services or any Installation Services. Notwithstanding any assistance being provided by Agency/RSO, Flock shall remain responsible for compliance with the requirements of Section 2.7 herein. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION HEREIN, FLOCK ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT RSO WILL BE AN "AUTHORIZED END USER" AND OPERATOR OF THE ALPR SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL HARDWARE, FLOCK IP, AND THE SERVICES, AS IT IS THE GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY PROVIDING LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES FOR THE AGENCY AND THAT IT IS RSO, AND NOT THE AGENCY, THAT WILL BE ACCESSING AND USING THE ALPR DATA COLLECTED BY THE FLOCK SYSTEM. FLOCK SHALL EXTEND TO RSO THE SAME RIGHTS AND BENEFITS OF THIS AGREEMENT AS ARE PROVIDED TO THE AGENCY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE RIGHTS AND BENEFITS OF THIS SECTION 3, SECTION 4, SECTION 7, SECTION 8, AND SECTION 9 AND RSO SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE SECTIONS. 3.2 Agency Representations and Warranties. Agency represents and covenants that Agency/RSO will use the Services only in compliance with this Agreement and all applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to any laws relating to the recording or sharing of video, photo, or audio content and retention thereof. 4. CONFIDENTIALITY; AGENCY DATA; NON -AGENCY DATA 4.1 Confidentiality. Each Party (the "Receiving Party") understands that the other Party (the "Disclosing Party") has disclosed or may disclose business, technical or financial information relating to the Disclosing Party's business, as well as personally identifiable information (hereinafter referred to as "Proprietary Information" of the Disclosing Party). Proprietary Information of Flock is non-public information including but not limited to features, functionality, designs, user interfaces, trade secrets, intellectual property, business plans, marketing plans, works of authorship, hardware, customer lists and requirements, and performance of the Flock Services. Proprietary Information of Agency includes non-public Agency Data, Non -Agency End User Data, and data provided by Agency or a Non -Agency End User to Flock or collected by Flock via any Unit, or otherwise made available to or accessible by Flock, including the Footage, to enable the provision of the Services. The Receiving Partyshall not disclose, use, transmit, inform or make available to any entity, person or body any of the Proprietary Information, except as a necessary part of performing its obligations hereunder, and shall take all such actions as arereasonably necessary and appropriate to preserve and protect the Proprietary Information and the parties' respective rights flock safety therein, at all times exercising at least a reasonable level of care. Each party agrees to restrict access to the Proprietary Information of the other party to those employees or agents who require access in order to perform hereunder. The Receiving Party agrees: (i) to take the same security precautions to protect against disclosure or unauthorized use of such Proprietary Information that the party takes with its own proprietary information, but in no event will a party apply less than reasonable precautions to protect such Proprietary Information, and (ii) not to use (except in performance of the Services or divulge or sell to any third person any such Proprietary Information. Notwithstanding any other provision herein, Flock shall: (a) keep and maintain Agency and Non -Agency End User Data ("Data") in strict confidence, using such degree of care as is appropriate and consistent with its obligations as further described in this Agreement and applicable law to avoid unauthorized access, use, disclosure, or loss; (b) use and disclose the Data solely and exclusively for the purpose of providing the Services, such use and disclosure being in accordance with this Agreement, and applicable law; (c) allow access to the Data only to those employees of Flock who are directly involved with and responsible for providing the Services, and/or third parties bound in writing to maintain confidentiality of the Data; and, (d) not use, sell, rent, transfer, distribute, or otherwise disclose or make available any of the Data for Flock's own purposes or for the benefit of anyone other than Agency without Agency's prior written consent, or as otherwise provided herein. Flock's use of the Proprietary Information may include processing the Proprietary Information to send Agency/RSO Notifications or alerts, such as when a car exits Agency's neighborhood, or to analyze the data collected to identify motion or other events. The Disclosing Party agrees that the foregoing shall not apply with respect to any information that the Receiving Party can document (a) is or becomes generally available to the public, or (b) was in its possession or known by Receiving Party prior to receipt from the Disclosing Party, or (c) was rightfully disclosed to Receiving Party without restriction by a third party, or (d) was independently developed without use of any Proprietary Information of the Disclosing Party. Nothing in this Agreement will prevent the Receiving Party from disclosing the Proprietary Information pursuant to any subpoena, summons, judicial order or other judicial or governmental process, provided that the Receiving Party gives the Disclosing Party reasonable prior notice of such disclosure to obtain a protective order or otherwise oppose the disclosure. For clarity, and to the extent permitted by Title 1.81 of Part 4 of Division 3 of the California Civil Code, including Section 1798.90.5, et seq., and the California Consumer Privacy Act, Section 1798.100, et seq., and any and all other applicable State and federal laws and regulations, Flock may access, use, preserve and/or disclose the Footage to law enforcement authorities, government officials, and/or third parties, if legally required to do so or if Flock has a good faith belief that such access, use, preservation or disclosure is reasonably necessary to: (a) comply with a legal process or request; (b) enforce this Agreement, including investigation of any potential violation thereof; (c) detect, prevent or otherwise address security, fraud or technical issues; or (d) protect the rights, property or safety of Flock, its users, a third party, or the public as required or permitted by law, including respond to an emergency situation. Having received notice prior to data being deleted, Flock may store Footage in order to comply with a valid court order but such retained Footage will not be retrievable without a valid court order or subpoena. 4.2 Agency and Non -Agency End User Data. As between Flock and Agency, all right, title and interest in the Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data, belong to and are retained solely by Agency and/or RSO, as applicable. Agency hereby grants to Flock a limited, non-exclusive, royalty -free, worldwide license to use the Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data and perform all acts with respect to the Agency Data and Non - Agency End User Data as may be necessary for Flock to provide the Flock Services to Agency/RSO, including without limitation the Support Services set forth in Section 2.9 above, and a non-exclusive, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty -free, fully paid license to use, reproduce, modify and distribute the Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data as a part of the Aggregated Data (as defined in Section 4.4 below), to the extent permitted by the State and federal laws identified in Section 4.1. As between Flock and Agency, Agency is solely responsible for the accuracy, quality, integrity, legality, reliability, and appropriateness of all Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data. As between Agency and Non -Agency End Users that have prescribed access of Footage to Agency, each of Agency and Non -Agency End Users will share all right, title and interest in the Non -Agency End User Data. This Agreement does not by itself make any Non -Agency End User Data the sole property or the Proprietary Information of Agency. Flock will automatically delete Footage older than thirty (30) days. Agency has a thirty (30) day window, or such other period as required by law, to view, save and/or transmit Footage to the relevant government agency prior to its deletion. Any authorized destruction of Agency Data, including Footage, shall be in compliance with NIST SP800- 88, or other standard which ensures to the extent technically feasible, that deleted or destroyed data cannot be recovered or recompiled, nor can any content of the data be interpreted, identified, or otherwise made readable. 4.3 Feedback. If Agency provides any suggestions, ideas, enhancement requests, feedback, recommendations or other information relating to the subject matter hereunder, Agency hereby assigns (and will cause its agents and representatives to assign) to Flock all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) with respect to or resulting from any of the foregoing. flock safety 4.4 Aggregated Data. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, Flock shall have the right to collect and analyze anonymized data that does not refer to or identify Agency or any individuals or de -identifies such data and other information relating to the provision, use and performance of various aspects of the Services and related systems and technologies (including, without limitation, information concerning Agency Data and data derived therefrom). For the sake of clarity, Aggregated Data is compiled anonymous data which has been stripped of any personal identifying information. Agency acknowledges that Flock will be compiling anonymized and/or aggregated data based on Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data input into the Services , as "Aggregated Data" as defined in Section 1.17 herein (the "Aggregated Data"). Agency hereby grants Flock a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty -free right and license (during the Service Term hereof) to (i) use and distribute such Aggregated Data to improve and enhance the Services and for other marketing, development, diagnostic and corrective purposes, other Flock offerings, and crimeprevention efforts, and (ii) disclose the Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data (both inclusive of any Footage) to enable law enforcement monitoring against law enforcement hotlists as well as provide Footage search access to law enforcement for investigative purposes only if authorized by State and federal law, and only if Agency has expressly and verifiably authorized Flock to share such data with that particular law enforcement agency, and only to the extent of that authorization. No rights or licenses are granted except as expressly setforth herein. 4.5 Security of Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data ("Data" in this Section 4.5). In storing, handling, transmitting, and/or accessing Agency Data or Non -Agency End User Data, Flock shall incorporate a comprehensive set of data security protocols to protect Data at rest, Data in use, and Data in transit, and that, at minimum: (i) control access to Data; (ii) include regular audits, including threat assessments, to evaluate susceptibility to unauthorized access; (iii) provide regular maintenance and updating to ensure current cyber threats are identified and proactive defensive measures are undertaken; (iv) persons having access to Data are free of criminal history or any other security threat that would otherwise disqualify any such person from accessing confidential criminal justice information under current rules, regulations and standards of the Criminal Justice Information Services, Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and (v) provide for the physical and environmental protection of all Data. In the event of any act, error or omission, negligence, misconduct, or breach that permits any unauthorized access to, or that compromises or is suspected to compromise the security, confidentiality, or integrity of Agency Data or Non -Agency End User Data, or the physical, technical, administrative, or organizational safeguards put in place by Flock that relate to the protection of the security, confidentiality, or integrity of that Data, Flock shall, as applicable: (a) notify Agency/RSO as soon as practicable but no later than twenty-four (24) hours of becoming aware of such occurrence; (b) cooperate with Agency/RSO in investigating the occurrence, including making available all relevant records, logs, files, data reporting, and other materials required to comply with applicable law or as otherwise required by Agency consistent with applicable laws; (c) in the case of personally identifiable information ("PII"), at Agency's sole election, (i) notify the affected individuals who comprise the PII as soon as practicable but no later than is required to comply with applicable law including, but not limited to, the provisions of California Civil Code Section 1798.82, or, in the absence of any legally required notification period, within five (5) calendar days of the occurrence; or, (ii) reimburse Agency for any costs in notifying the affected individuals; (d) perform or take any other actions required to comply with applicable law as a result of the occurrence; (e) without limiting Agency's obligations of indemnification as further described in this Agreement, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Agency and the County of Riverside for any and all claims and liabilities, including payment of reasonable attorneys' fees, costs, and expenses incidental thereto, which may be suffered by, accrued against, charged to, or recoverable from Agency or RSO in connection with the occurrence; (f) be responsible for recreating lost Agency Data in the manner and on the schedule reasonably set by Agency without charge to Agency; and, (g) provide to Agency a detailed plan within ten (10) calendar days of the occurrence describing the measures Flock will undertake to prevent a future occurrence. Notification to affected individuals, as described above, shall comply with applicable law. Any and all cloud based storage shall be in compliance with ISO/IEC 27001 - 27018, as applicable, or successor standards thereto. All data storage shall be provided solely within the continental United States and on computing and data storage devices residing therein, and all such locations shall be disclosed to Agency promptly upon request. Agency and RSO shall have full and complete access to, and ability to download, its Agency Data 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, except during authorized periods of maintenance by Flock. Further, Flock shall, within one (1) business day of Agency's request, provide Agency, without charge and without any conditions or contingencies whatsoever (including, but not limited to, the payment of any fees due to Flock), an extract of the Agency Data in the format specified by Agency. Agency or RSO may at any time, provide Flock with a written "litigation hold", therein requiring Flock to isolate and maintain any Agency Data that becomes relevant to any criminal or civil action involving Agency or RSO. At no cost to Agency, Flock shall comply with the litigation hold and confirm that the subject records have been identified and isolated, pending release by Agency. During the period of the flock safety litigation hold, Flock shall make the records that are the subject of the litigation hold available to Agency/RSO at no cost. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Flock shall indemnify, defend and pay reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, and hold the Agency, the County of Riverside, and Agency's and County's elected officials, officers, employees, and agents free and harmless, with respect to any and all claims and liabilities to the extent arising out of, related to, or incurred in connection with any unauthorized access to or theft of Agency Data or Non -Agency End User Data, including any and all related bank charges in the case of identity theft, provided, however, that Flock's liability for "cyber theft" shall be limited to Flock's cyber liability insurance policy limits set forth in this Agreement. 5. PAYMENT OF FEES 5.1 Fees. Agency will pay Flock the first Usage Fee, the Implementation Fee and any fee for Hardware (as described on the Order Form, together the "Initial Fees") as set forth on the Order Form on or before the 7th day following the Effective Date of this Agreement. Flock is not obligated to commence the Installation Services unless and until the Initial Fees have been made and shall have no liability resulting from any delay related thereto. Agency shall pay the ongoing Usage Fees set forth on the Order Form with such Usage Fees due and payable thirty (30) days in advance of each payment period. All payments will be made by either ACH, check, or credit card. The first month of Flock Services corresponding to the first Usage Fee payment will begin upon the first installation of Hardware. For Agencies who purchase ten (10) or more Units, in the event that only a portion of the Units are installed at the first installation with additional Units to be installed at a later date, Usage Fees shall be calculated on a pro rata basis corresponding to the then -installed Units. Agencies will be invoiced for the additional Units immediately upon installation of the remaining Units. 5.2 Changes to Fees. Flock reserves the right to change the Fees or applicable charges and to institute new charges and Fees at the end of the Initial Term or any Renewal Term, upon sixty (60) days' notice prior to the end of such Initial Term or Renewal Term (as applicable) to Agency (which may be sent by email). If Agency believes that Flock has billed Agency incorrectly, Agency must contact Flock no later than ninety (90) days after the closing date on the first billing statement in which the error or problem appeared, in order to receive an adjustment or credit. Inquiries should be directed to Flock's customer support department. Agency acknowledges and agrees that a failure to contact Flock within this ninety (90) day period will serve as a waiver of any claim Agency may have had as a result of such billing error. 5.3 Invoicing, Late Fees; Taxes. Flock may choose to bill through an invoice, in which case, full payment for invoices issued in any given month must be received by Flock thirty (30) days after the mailing date of the invoice. Unpaid amounts are subject to a finance charge of 1.5% per month on any outstanding balance, or the maximum permitted by law, whichever is lower, plus all expenses of collection, and may result in immediate termination of Service. To the extent allowable by law or Agency regulations pertaining to tax-exempt entities, Agency shall be responsible for all taxes associated with Services other than U.S. taxes based on Flock's net income. 5.4 No -Fee Term Access. Subject to Flock's record retention policy, Flock offers complimentary access to the Flock System for thirty (30) days ("No Fee Term") to Agency when Non -Agency End Users intentionally prescribe access or judicial orders mandate access to Non -Agency End User Data. Agency agrees to pay the Initial Fees and Usage Fees according to Section 5.1 and will receive Flock's complimentary access to the Flock Service and Footage for no additional cost. Should such access cause Flock to incur internal or out-of-pocket costs that are solely the result of the access, and Flock provides prior written notice to Agency that such cost would be incurred, Flock reserves the right to invoice these costs to Agency under Section 5.3 and Agency agrees to pay them. The complimentary No - Fee Term access to Flock Services shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement for five (5) years unless Agency provides written notice of the intent to cancel access to Flock Services. 6. TERM AND TERMINATION 6.1 Term. Subject to earlier termination as provided below, the initial term of this Agreement shall be for the period of time set forth on the Order Form (the "Initial Term"). Following the Initial Term, unless otherwise indicated on the Order Form, this Agreement will automatically renew for successive renewal terms of one year (each, a "Renewal Term", and together with the Initial Term, the "Service Term") which shall not exceed five (5) years total, unless either party gives the other party notice of non -renewal at least thirty (30) days prior to the end of the then -current, one year term. flock safety 6.2 Agency Satisfaction Guarantee. At any time during the agreed upon term, an Agency not fully satisfied with the service or solution may self -elect to terminate their contract. Self -elected termination will result in a one-time feeof actual cost of removal and labor, said cost not to exceed $500 per camera. Upon self -elected termination, a refundwill be provided, prorated for any fees paid for the remaining Term length set forth previously. Self -termination of the contract by the Agency will be effective immediately. Flock will remove all equipment at Flock's own convenience, within a commercially reasonable period upon termination, not to exceed thirty (30 days. Advance notice will be provided. If not removed with thirty (30) days of the effective date of termination, ownership of all Hardware will immediately be vested in the Agency without further notice to Flock, and Agency may dispose of all Hardware as it chooses. 6.3 Termination. In the event of any material breach of this Agreement, the non -breaching party may terminate this Agreement prior to the end of the Service Term by giving thirty (30) days prior written notice to the breaching party; provided, however, that this Agreement will not terminate if the breaching party has cured the breach prior to the expiration of such thirty -day period. Either party may terminate this Agreement, without notice, (i) upon the institution by or against the other party of insolvency, receivership or bankruptcy proceedings, (ii) upon the other party's making an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or (iii) upon the other parry's dissolution or ceasing to do business. Notwithstanding any other provision herein, Agency may terminate this Agreement at any time by providing Flock with not less than sixty (60) days' prior, written, notice. Upon termination for Flock's material breach, Flock will refund to Agency a pro-rata portion of the pre- paid Fees for Services not received due to such termination. 6.4 Effect of Termination. Upon any termination of the Service Term, Flock will collect all Units, delete all Agency Data and Ono -Agency User Data collected or stored in connection with this Agreement using technology that complies with NIST Standard SP800-88, terminate Agency's right to access or use any Services, and all licenses granted by Flock hereunder will immediately cease. Agency shall ensure that Flock is granted access to collect all Units and shall ensure that Flock personnel does not encounter Hazardous Conditions in the collection of such units. Upon termination of this Agreement, Agency will immediately cease all use of Flock Services. 6.5 No -Fee Term. The initial No -Fee Term will extend, after entering into this Agreement, for thirty (30) days from the date a Non -Agency End User grants access to their Footage and/or Notifications. In expectation of repeated non - continuous No -Fee Terms, Flock may in its sole discretion leave access open for Agency's Authorized End Users despite there not being any current Non -Agency End User authorizations. Such access and successive No -Fee Terms are deemed to be part of the No -Fee Term. Flock, in its sole discretion, can determine not to provide additional No -Fee Terms or can impose a price per No -Fee Term upon thirty (30) days' notice. Agency may terminate any No -Fee Term or access to future No -Fee Terms upon 30 days' notice. 6.6 Survival. The following Sections will survive termination: 2.4, 2.5, 2.12, 3, 4, 4.4, 4.5, 5 (with respect to any accrued rights topayment), 5.4, 6.5, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 9.1 and 10.5. 7. REMEDY; WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMER 7.1 Remedy. Upon a malfunction or failure of Hardware or Embedded Software (a "Defect"), Agency/RSO must first make commercially reasonable efforts to address the problem by contacting Flock's technical support as described inSection 2.9 above. If such efforts do not correct the Defect, Flock shall, or shall, at its sole expense, instruct one of its contractors to repair or replace the Hardware or Embedded Software suffering from the Defect. Flock reserves the right in their sole discretion to refuse or delay replacement or its choice of remedy for a Defect until after it has inspected and tested the affected Unit provided that such inspection and test shall occur within seventy-two (72) hours after Agency/RSO notifies the Flock of a Defect. In the event of a Defect, Flock will repair or replace the defective Unit at no additional cost. In the event that a Unit is lost, stolen, or damaged, through actions not attributable to Flock, Flock agrees to replace the Unit at a fee according to the then -current Reinstall Policy (https://www.flocksafety.com/reinstall-fee-schedule). Agency shall notbe required to replace subsequently lost, damaged or stolen Units, however, Agency understands and agrees that functionality, including Footage, will be materially affected due to such subsequently lost, damaged or stolen units and that Flock will have no liability to Agency regarding such affected functionality nor shall the Usage Fee or Implementation Fees owed be impacted. 7.2 Exclusions. Flock will not provide the remedy described in Section 7.1 above if any of the following exclusions apply: (a) documented misuse by Agency or RSO of the Hardware or Embedded Software in any manner, including operation of the Hardware or Embedded Software in any way that does not strictly comply with any applicable specifications, documentation, or other restrictions on use provided by Flock; (b) documented damage, alteration, or modification of the Hardware or Embedded Software in any way; or (c) combination of the Hardware or Embedded Software with software, hardware or other technology that was not expressly authorized by Flock, excluding Agency's operating systems, servers, PCs and any other personal computing devices used by Agency or RSO to access the Services. flock safety 7.3 Warranty. Flock shall use reasonable efforts consistent with prevailing industry standards to maintain the Services in a manner which minimizes errors and interruptions in the Services and shall perform the Installation Services in a professional and workmanlike manner. Upon completion of any installation or repair, Flock shall cleanand leave the area in good condition. Services may be temporarily unavailable for scheduled maintenance or for unscheduled emergency maintenance, either by Flock or by third -party providers, or because of other causes beyond Flock's reasonable control, but Flock shall use reasonable efforts to provide advance notice in writing or by e-mailof any scheduled service disruption. Infringement. Notwithstanding any other provision herein, Flock shall indemnify, defend and pay reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, and hold the Agency and County, and their elected officials, officers, employees, agents and volunteers harmless with respect to any and all claims, judgments, and liabilities alleging infringement or violation of any intellectual or proprietary property right, as a result of Agency's or RSO's use of the Services and/or the Hardware. Should Agency or RSO be prevented from using the Services or any of the Hardware as a result of any such infringement claim or violation, at Flock's expense, Flock shall (i) obtain all rights for Agency and RSO to utilize the Services and/or Hardware; (ii) provide alternate services or hardware providing substantially the same functionality; or (iii) provide a refund of any and all sums paid for the current year term to Flock, prior to Agency's inability to use the Services and/or Hardware, and, remove all Hardware and restore each Hardware site to its original condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted. 7.4 Disclaimer. THE REMEDY DESCRIBED IN SECTION 7.1 ABOVE IS AGENCY'S SOLE REMEDY, AND FLOCK'S SOLE LIABILITY, WITH RESPECT TO DEFECTIVE HARDWARE AND/OR EMBEDDED SOFTWARE. THE FLOCK DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE; NOR DOES IT MAKE ANY WARRANTY AS TO THE RESULTS THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM USE OF THE SERVICES. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION, THE SERVICES AND INSTALLATION SERVICES ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" AND FLOCK DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON -INFRINGEMENT .THIS DISCLAIMER OF SECTION 7.4 ONLY APPLIES TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY THE GOVERNING LAW OF THE STATE MENTIONED IN SECTION 10.6, OR IF NO STATE IS MENTIONED IN SECTION 10.6, BY THE LAW OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 7.5 Insurance. Flock shall provide insurance as described in Section 2.12. The Agency is a self -insured public entity. 7.6 Force Majeure. Neither party is responsible nor liable for any delays or failures in performance from any cause beyond its control, including, but not limited to acts of God, changes to law or regulations, embargoes, war, terrorist acts, acts or omissions of third -party technology providers, riots, fires, earthquakes, floods, power blackouts, strikes, weather conditions or acts of hackers, internet service providers or any other third party or acts or omissions of the other party. 8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY 8.1 Limitation of Liability. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY, FLOCK AND ITS SUPPLIERS (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL HARDWARE AND TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS), OFFICERS, AFFILIATES, REPRESENTATIVES, CONTRACTORS AND EMPLOYEES SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE WITH RESPECT TO ANY SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS AGREEMENT OR TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATED THERETO UNDER ANY CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, PRODUCT LIABILITY, OR OTHER THEORY: (A) FOR ERROR OR INTERRUPTION OF USE OR FOR LOSS OR INACCURACY, INCOMPLETENESS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA OR FOOTAGE OR COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS, SERVICES OR TECHNOLOGY OR LOSS OF BUSINESS; (B) FOR ANY INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; (C) FOR ANY MATTER BEYOND FLOCK'S ACTUAL KNOWLEDGE OR REASONABLE CONTROL INCLUDING REPEAT CRIMINAL ACTIVITY OR INABILITY TO CAPTURE FOOTAGE OR IDENTIFY AND/OR CORRELATE A LICENSE PLATE WITH THE FBI DATABASE; (D) FOR ANY PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF PROPRIETARY INFORMATION MADE IN GOOD FAITH; (E) FOR CRIME PREVENTION; OR (F) FOR ANY AMOUNTS THAT, TOGETHER WITH AMOUNTS ASSOCIATED WITH ALL OTHER CLAIMS, EXCEED THE FEES PAID AND/OR PAYABLE BY AGENCY TO FLOCK FOR THE SERVICES UNDER THIS AGREEMENT IN THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS PRIOR TO THE ACT OR OMISSION THAT GAVE RISE TO THE LIABILITY, IN EACH CASE, WHETHER OR NOT FLOCK HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY, AGENCY SHOULD CONTACT 911 AND SHOULD NOT RELY ON THE SERVICES. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY OF SECTION 8 ONLY APPLIES TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY THE GOVERNING LAW OF THE STATE flock safety MENTIONED IN SECTION 10.6, OR IF NO STATE IS MENTIONED IN SECTION 10.6, BY THE LAW OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. THIS SECTION 8 SHALL NOT APPLY TO, AND NOTHING IN THIS SECTION 8 SHALL LIMIT, FLOCK'S LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF, ANY INDEMNITY OR INSURANCE PROVISION OR OBLIGATION HEREIN. 8.2 Additional No -Fee Term Requirements. EXCEPT FOR BODILY INJURY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE CAUSED BY OR ARISING OUT OF THE ACTS OF FLOCK OR ANY AGENT OF CONTRACTOR THEREOF, IN NO EVENT SHALL FLOCK'S AGGREGATE LIABILITY, IF ANY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE COMPLIMENTARY NO -FEE TERM AS DESCRIBED IN SECTION 6.5 EXCEED $100, WITHOUT REGARD TO WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), PRODUCT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE. Except for Flock's negligent or willful acts, Agency agrees to pay for Flock's attorneys' fees to defend Flock for any alleged or actual claimsarising out of or in any way related to the No -Fee Term, and determined to be caused by the negligent acts or willful misconduct of Agency or RSO. 8.3 Responsibility. Each Party to this Agreement shall assume the responsibility and liability for the acts and omissions of its own employees, deputies, officers, or agents, in connection with the performance of their official duties under this Agreement. Each Party to this Agreement shall be liable (if at all) only for the torts of its own officers, agents, or employees that occur within the scope of their official duties. Agency will not pursue any claims or actions against Flock's suppliers unless they intentionally or negligently cause injury or loss to Agency or RSO . 8.4 Indemnity. Agency hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Flock against any damages, losses, liabilities, settlements and expenses (including without limitation costs and attorneys' fees) in connection with any claim or action that arises from an alleged violation of Section 3.2, a substantial, uncured breach of this Agreement, or proven violation of applicable law. Although Flock has no obligation to monitor Agency's use of the Services, Flock may do so and may prohibit any use of the Services it believes may be (or alleged to be) in violation of Section 3.2 or this Agreement. 9. RECORD RETENTION 9.1 Data Preservation. The Agency/RSO agrees to store Agency Data and Non -Agency End User Data in compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws, regulations, policies and ordinances and their associated record retention schedules. 10. MISCELLANEOUS 10.1 Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is found to be unenforceable or invalid, that provision will be limited or eliminated to the minimum extent necessary so that this Agreement will otherwise remain in full force and effect and enforceable. 10.2 Assignment and Subcontracting This Agreement is not assignable, transferable or sublicensable and no required performance may be subcontracted, by either Party, without the other's prior written consent. Flock may transfer and assign all of its rights and obligations, under thisAgreement without consent upon its sale or merger. 10.3 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, together with the Order Form(s), the then -current Reinstall Policy (https:// www.flocksafety.com/reinstall-fee-schedule), and Deployment Plan(s), and any and all Exhibits and attachments, all of which are incorporated by reference herein, are the complete and exclusive statement of the mutual understanding of the parties and supersedes and cancels all previous written and oral agreements, communications and other understandings relating to the subject matter of this Agreement, and that all waivers and modifications must be in a writing signed by both parties, except as otherwise provided herein. None of Agency's purchase orders, authorizations or similar documents will alter the terms of this Agreement, and any such conflictingterms are expressly rejected. In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between the provisions of this Agreement and any attached, linked or other document incorporated by reference herein, the provisions of this Agreement shall govern. 10.4 Relationship. No agency, partnership, joint venture, or employment is created as a result of this Agreement and neither party has any authority of any kind to bind the other in any respect whatsoever. 10.5 Costs and Attorneys' Fees. In any action or proceeding to enforce rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party will be entitled to recover costs and reasonable attorneys' fees. 10.6 Governing Law; Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California without flock safety regard to its conflict of laws provisions. The federaland state courts sitting in the County of Riverside, State of California will have proper and exclusive jurisdiction and venue with respect to any disputes arising from or related to the subject matter of this Agreement. The parties agree that the United Nations Convention for the International Sale of Goods is excluded in its entirety from this Agreement. 10.7 Publicity. Flock has no right to reference or use Agency's or RSO's name and/or trademarks or disclose the nature of the Services provided hereunder in each case in business and development and marketing efforts, including without limitation on Flock's website, without Agency's and RSO's prior, written consent. 10.8 Export. Agency may not remove or export from the United States or allow the export or re-export of the Flock IP or anything related thereto, or any direct product thereof in violation of any restrictions, laws or regulations of the United States Department of Commerce, the United States Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control, or any other United States or foreign agency or authority. As defined in FAR section 2.101, the Services, the Hardware, the Embedded Software and Documentation are "commercial items" and according to DFAR section 252.2277014(a)(1) and (5) are deemed to be "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation." Consistent with DFAR section 227.7202 and FAR section 12.212, any use, modification, reproduction, release, performance, display, or disclosure of such commercial software or commercial software documentation by the U.S. Government will be governed solely by the terms of this Agreement and will be prohibited except to the extent expressly permitted by the terms of this Agreement. 10.9 Headings. The headings are merely for organization and should not be construed as adding meaning to the Agreement or interpreting the associated Sections. 10.10 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in two or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which together shall constitute one and the same instrument. 10.11 Authority. Each of the below signers of this Agreement represent that they understand this Agreement and have the authority to sign on behalf of and bind the organizations and individuals they are representing. 10.12 Notices. All notices under this Agreement will be in writing and will be deemed to have been duly given when received, if personally delivered; when receipt is electronically confirmed, if transmitted by facsimile or e-mail; the day after it is sent, if sent for next day delivery by recognized overnight delivery service; and upon receipt, if sent by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested. 10.13 Compliance with All Laws. In providing the Services and Installation Services, Flock shall comply with any and all applicable local, State, and federal laws and statutes including, but not limited to, those laws and statutes specified in Section 4.1 herein. Furthermore, some or all of the Installation Services constitute "public works" as defined in California Labor Code Section 1720. As to any and all work performed by Flock constituting public works, Flock shall comply with all California Labor Code requirements set forth in Exhibit "B" hereto and incorporated by reference herein. Pock safety EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF WORK flock safety EXHIBIT `B" CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE COMPLIANCE Flock ("Contractor herein") acknowledges that certain work under this contract is subject to the provisions of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1720) of the California Labor Code relating to public works of the awarding public agency ("City" herein), and agrees to be bound by all the provisions thereof as though set forth in full herein. 2. This contract calls for work that is a public work and requires the payment of prevailing wages for the work or craft in which the worker is employed for any public work done under the contract by Contractor or by any subcontractor pursuant to Section 1771 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this contract from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. These rates are on file with the City Clerk or may be obtained at http://www.dir.ca.gov/OPRL/DPreWageDetennination.htm. Copies may be obtained at cost at the City Clerk's office, except when City's City Hall is closed due to a local emergency. Contractor shall post a copy of such wage rates at the job site and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, not more than $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this contract, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of this Agreement. flock safety 3. In accordance with Labor Code Sections 1725.5 and 1771.1, and except for projects involving construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work of $25,000 or less, or maintenance work of $15,000 or less, no contractor or subcontractor shall be qualified to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, subject to the requirements of Section 4104 of the Public Contract Code, or engage in the performance of any public work contract unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions for bid purposes only, pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.1(a)]. 4. Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1776, Contractor shall maintain and make available an accurate record showing the name of each worker and hours worked each day and each week by each worker employed by Contractor performing services covered by this Agreement. Contractor and its subcontractors shall furnish electronic certified payroll records to the Labor Commissioner in accordance with Labor Code Section 1771.4. The project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations. The Contractor is responsible for compliance with Section 1776 by itself and all of its subcontractors. This Project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR. The Contractor shall post job site notices, as prescribed by regulation. 5. Contractor shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of Labor Code Sections 1777.5, 1777.6 and 1777.7 and California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 200 et seq. concerning the employment of apprentices on public works projects. The Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with these Sections for all apprenticeable occupations. Before commencing Work on this Project, the Contractor shall provide the City with a copy of the information submitted to any applicable apprenticeship program. Within sixty (60) Days after concluding Work, Contractor and each of its Subcontractors shall submit to the City a verified statement of the journeyman and apprentice hours performed under this Contract. 6. Contractor agrees to comply with the provisions of California Labor Code Section 1813 concerning penalties for workers who work excess hours. The Contractor shall, as a penalty to the City, forfeit twenty-five dollars ($25) for each worker employed in the execution of the contract by the Contractor or by any subcontractor for each calendar day during which such worker is required or permitted to work more than 8 hours in any one calendar day and 40 hours in any one calendar week in violation of the provisions of Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1, Article 3 of the California Labor Code. California Labor Code Sections 1860 and 3700 provide that every contractor will be required to secure the payment of compensation to its employees. In accordance with the provisions of California Labor Code Section 1861, Contractor hereby certifies as follows: "I am aware of the provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the work of this contract." Date Signature Item No. 5 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Deputy City Manager DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Receive and File the General Plan and Housing Element Annual Progress Report for the Period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 PREPARED BY: Sara Toma, Associate Planner I RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council receive and file the General Plan and Housing Element Annual Progress Report for the period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. BACKGROUND State law (Government Code Section 65400 and 65700) requires that all cities and counties submit an annual report on the implementation of the General Plan and Housing Element to their legislative bodies, the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) and the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) by April 1st of each year. The purpose of the General Plan Annual Progress Report (GP -APR) and Housing Element Annual Progress Report (HE -APR) is to update the community, City Council, HCD and OPR on General Plan and Housing Element implementation progress. This report is also used as an aid to identify prospective changes, or updates that may be needed for the General Plan and Housing Element. The City's last comprehensive General Plan update was completed in 2005. During the last several years, the City has amended the General Plan, to implement required Housing Element programs, and update the General Plan Land Use Element with updated policies (i.e., zoning change and increasing residential density, etc.). In 2013, the City updated the Housing Element of the General Plan in compliance with the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) 5th Cycle. Currently, the City is updating the Housing Element to be in compliance with the RHNA's 6th Cycle, and is anticipated to be adopted by Fall 2021. DISCUSSION Since the adoption of General Plan in 2005, the State of California has passed legislation and updated policies that require updates to the General Plan. Some notable updates include a transition from Level of Service (LOS) to Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance by the state mandated deadline of July 1, 2020; the Housing Element's 6th Cycle RHNA update; updating the Safety Element; and a new requirement for an Environmental Justice Element. The City has developed a four phase process to update the General Plan, and is strategically sequencing these various updates to be efficient from a cost and technical perspective. The General Plan Annual Progress Report documents the current General Plan's compliance, and provides a phased work program to update the General Plan. As required by law, the GP -APR for 2020 was submitted to California Department of Housing and Community Development and Office of Planning and Research on April 1, 2021. The filing also included the 2020 Housing Element Annual Progress Report. General Plan Progress For reporting year 2020, the City adopted the following amendment to the General Plan: • General Plan Amendment for Harveston General Plan Amendment (GPA) and Specific Plan Amendment (SPA): The Harveston General Plan Amendment changed the underlying Service Commercial (SC) designation on a portion of Planning Area 12 of the Harveston Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) Land Use; and a Specific Plan Amendment to the Harveston Specific Plan including a residential overlay on an 87.54-acre portion of Planning Area 12 that would allow the future development of a maximum of 1,000 residential units, new development standards and design guidelines for future projects developed within the residential overlay, and a new architectural styles allowed for multifamily development (PA18-0659 GPA/PA18-0660 SPA). Furthermore, the General Plan contains implementation programs, which are achieved through the goals and policies of each General Plan element. Notable accomplishments to implement the General Plan programs include: • Modifying land use designations to accommodate more housing to meet RHNA; • Adoption of Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) methodology for CEQA evaluation; • Making consistency findings between the City's General Plan goals and policies and the proposed 2022-2026 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); and • Implementing the City's Housing Element by administering programs and approving new affordable housing projects. Housing Element Progress The Housing Element is intended to identify and establish City policies with respect to meeting the housing needs of existing and future residents in the City. It establishes policies that will guide City decision -making and sets forth an action plan to implement its housing goals. The commitments are in furtherance of the statewide housing goals of early attainment of decent housing and a suitable living environment for every California family, as well as a reflection of the concerns unique to the City of Temecula. Pursuant to Government Code Section 65400, the City is required to prepare and submit an Annual Progress Report (APR) to the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) Department on the status and implementations of its Housing Element. The APR includes information on the jurisdiction's progress in addressing the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA), including the number of housing units permitted by income level, number of units entitled, and the status of programs identified within the Housing Element. Regional Housing Needs Allocation Pursuant to Government Code Section 65584, the City is required to submit an annual progress report of the City's efforts in addressing our portion of the RHNA allocation as delineated in the Housing Element (Attachment 3). As a point of clarification, the RHNA allocation numbers are applicable to all income categories, not just the extremely low and very low categories. The City is required to plan for housing across all income categories, and every residential unit built in the City counts towards our RHNA allocation. However, the City is not mandated to ensure that all of its RHNA units are actually built. The City is only required to demonstrate to HCD that adequate sites are properly zoned to accommodate affordable housing. This was accomplished with the adoption and certification of 2014-2021 Housing Element (Resolution No. 14-08) and the 2018 Affordable Housing Overlay Zone (AHOZ) (Resolution No. 18-09). Attachment 2 of this staff report, demonstrates Temecula's 2014-2021 RHNA Breakdown by Year. 2020 Housing Element Reporting Analysis Since the adoption of the 2014-2021 Housing Element by City Council, the Community Development Department has prepared and submitted to HCD and OPR the required Housing Element annual reports. In 2020, staff processed 29 Housing Development Applications totaling 1,546 proposed units. The proposed units were reviewed and approved by the Planning Commission, City Council, or Administratively by Staff. A total of 286 building permits were issued for variety of housing types (Attachment 3). The 2020 Annual Progress Report serves to comply with State requirements to report annually on the progress of the General Plan implementation including specific requirements for reporting on the City's Housing Element and reflect the many accomplishments toward implementing the City of Temecula's General Plan. FISCAL IMPACT: There are no fiscal impacts associated with the State's GP Annual Progress Report submitted yearly to OPR. However, the 2017 Legislative Housing Package increased the importance of the Housing Element Annual Progress Report. Consequences for failing to complete and submit the Annual Report may include court sanctions and losing local control over affordable multifamily housing development entitlements to a new streamlined approval process. ATTACHMENTS: 1. General Plan and Housing Element Annual Progress Report for 2020 2. Temecula's 2014-2021 RHNA Breakdown by Year 3. Appendix A - Housing Element Annual Progress Report for 2020 ()if TFAlt GENERAL PLAN AND HOUSING ELEMENT ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT REPORTING YEAR 2020 11Page TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................... 3 GENERAL PLAN PROGRESS................................................................................................................ 5 HOUSING ELEMENT.............................................................................................................................10 COMPLIANCE WITH OPR GENERAL PLAN GUIDELINES........................................................13 COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER OPR GUIDELINES..........................................................................15 HOUSING ELEMENT 2020 ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT..........................................................17 Appendix A: 2020 Annual Housing Element Progress Report 2 1 P a g e INTRODUCTION The City of Temecula was incorporated in 1989 as a General Law City. Since incorporation, the City of Temecula has placed a high value on an excellent quality of life for the community. The vision, goals, and policies identified in City's General Plan reflect those values and the desire for an excellent quality of life. This General Plan Annual Progress Report (GP -APR) documents the City's progress on implementing the General Plan for calendar year 2020, while also forecasting anticipated changes to address statutory requirements. While the Temecula General Plan was last comprehensively updated in 2005, the General Plan is a living document that is often updated to reflect policy changes and statutory requirements. Since 2005, the City of Temecula has approved approximately eleven General Plan Amendmentsl, an updated Housing Element, and various Municipal Code amendments to advance the vision, goals, and policies of the General Plan. Several of these approved General Plan Amendments have increased the capacity and the ability of the market to generate additional housing (including adding additional density). While these updates have kept the General Plan current, the City recognizes there is a need to update the General Plan in a more comprehensive manner. The City of Temecula is currently developing a four phased plan to comprehensively update the General Plan. The lingering side effects of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, significant housing legislation changes (ADUs, Density Bonus, Affordable Housing, etc.), other state legislative changes (cannabis, vendor carts, etc.) and CEQA changes, such as vehicle miles traveled (VMT), have slowed the City's comprehensive update. As the City updates the Housing Element, and utilizes the recently adopted VMT Guidelines (May 2020), the City is in a position where a comprehensive update makes sense from a technical and cost-effective standpoint. A kick-off for the General Plan update was originally targeted for late 2020; this was revaluated due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the new targeted date will be Fall 2021. Active public engagement is a core component of a General Plan update and the City is evaluating on how to best proceed with this outreach given the pandemic. Even through these challenging times, the City is applying for General Plan update grants, such as the Local Early Action Planning Grants Program, allocating funding, and preparing to take on a comprehensive update. The City anticipates a four phase general plan update. The first phase is currently underway, and incorporates an updated Housing Element, adopting standards and methodology for evaluating VMT for CEQA, and as well as other public safety requirements. Phase two will incorporate an update to the City's Quality of Life Master Plan and the adoption of a Complete Streets policy which will set the foundation for the General Plan's vision, goals, and policies. Phase three will incorporate detailed SWOC analysis and fiscal land use studies. Phase four will comprehensively update the General Plan as well as the EIR for the General Plan. The below graphic is a DRAFT plan for the different phases of the General Plan update. The contents, schedule, and sequence may change based on recommendations from the City's consultant. 1 City of Temecula General Plan Use Map -Revision Table 3 1 P a g e By the end of reporting year 2020, the City Council adopted VMT Guidelines (May 2020), and the Housing Element update remains to be in progress, and is scheduled to be adopted by the statutory deadline. The City anticipates Phase 1 of the GP update to be completed by Fall of 2021. 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MOBILITY & 06 ACCOUNTABLE & CITY COMMUNITY CONNECTIVITY RESPONSIBLE CITY GOVT LAND USE ECON. DEV. PUBLIC SAFETY CONSERVATION CIRCULATION GROWTH MGT. +PUBLIC HOUSING NOISE OPEN SPACE COMPLETE STREETS(ATP) FACILITIES COMMUNITY DESIGN AIR QUALITY (CLIMATE ENV. JUSTICE ACTION PLAN) Figure I DRAFT General Plan Update Process & Timeline The City of Temecula's General Plan is accessible on the City's website at: htlps://temeculaca.gov/345/General-Plan 4 1 P a g e GENERAL PLAN PROGRESS Project Progress The City continues to implement the Temecula General Plan. The below projects demonstrate General Plan progress and provide specific excerpts of goals, policies, and implementation programs that are complementary to the projects. This list is not meant to be exhaustive or all inclusive. GENERAL1 JQA66QMM0Wff&SID Air irTivir9r� Temecula Village Phase II GPA: A General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M). Status: Under Review Harveston GPA and SPA (PA18-0659 and PA18-0660) - A General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use Service Commercial designation on a portion of Planning Area 12 of the Harveston Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) Land Use; and a Specific Plan Amendment to the Harveston Specific Plan including a residential overlay on an 87.54-acre portion of Planning Area 12 that would allow the future development of a maximum of 1,000 residential units, new development standards and design guidelines for future projects developed within the residential overlay, and a new architectural style allowed for multifamily development. Status: Approved RESIDENTIALDEVELOPMENT "O Las Haciendas Development Plan — Affordable Housing in Uptown Specific Plan: A development plan for a 77-unit affordable multi -family housing community consisting of two residential buildings, a community building and tuck -under parking. Status: Approved Temecula Village Phase II GPA (PA20-1323) — A General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project sire from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density residential (M) The project application was accepted by the Community Development Department in 2020, and has continued to proceed in 2021. The project is anticipated to accommodate more residential units (density is still being evaluated) within the City and provide amenities to the residents. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend Density Core Development Plan (PA20-1219) - A Development Plan for a 376-unit multi -family community consisting of townhomes, motor court duplexes, and bungalow 3-packs built on 31.49 acres. The project includes a paseo connecting the project to the recreation center and sports park, a dog run, play areas, parks, barbecue areas, bocce ball, and a ninja course. The project is located within Planning Areas 28 & 29 of Sommers Bend. Status: Under Review 5 1 P a g e Temecula Village Phase II Development Plan — A Development Plan to allow for the construction of a 134-unit apartment community located within the existing PDO-5 on the south side of Rancho California Road, 150 ft. west of Cosmic Drive. Status: Under Review Solana Winchester Development Plan — A Development Plan to allow for the construction of a 350-unit apartment community located within the Residential Overlay Area of Planning Area 12 of the Harveston Specific Plan at the terminus of Date St. approximately 900 feet south of Ynez Rd. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend PA22 — Home Product Review for Planning Area 22 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 81 lots. Status: Approved Sommers Bend PA23A — Home Product Review for Planning Area 23A of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for eight (8) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 41 lots. Status: Approved Sommers Bend PA24 — Home Product Review for Planning Area 24 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 70 lots. Status: Approved Sommers Bend PA18A - Home Product Review for Planning Area 18A of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 74 lots. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend PA19 - Home Product Review for Planning Area 19 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 16 lots. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend PA20B - Home Product Review for Planning Area 20B of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 23 lots. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend PA21— Home Product Review for Planning Area 121 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 18 lots. Status: Under Review Sommers Bend PA15 — Home Product Review for Planning Area 15 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for three (3) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles consisting of 45 lots. Status: Approved Sommers Bend PA17A — Home Product Review for Planning Area 17A of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to allow for four (4) unique detached single-family plans with three (3) architectural styles per plan consisting of 115 lots. Status: Under Review 6 1 P a g e Roripaugh Ranch Tentative Tract Map 37925 (PA10) — A Tentative Tract Map (TTM 37925) for the creation of 13 single family lots, 1 open space lot, and a water quality basin on 8.12 acres for Planning Area 10 of Roripaugh Ranch Phase II. Status: Approved Roripaugh Ranch Tentative Tract Map 37926 (PA12) — A Tentative Tract Map (TTM 37926) for the creation of 104 single family lots, 2 open space lots, and a water quality basin on 16.01 acres for Planning Area 12 of Roripaugh Ranch Phase II. Status: Approved Roripaugh Ranch Tentative Tract Map 37928 (PA33A) — A Tentative Tract Map (TTM 37928) for the creation of 15 single family lots and 2 open space lots on 11.60 acres for Planning Area 33A of Roripaugh Ranch Phase II. Status: Approved 1. Land Use — Diverse Land Use Goal 1 A diverse and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses. The residential projects listed above support. Policy 1.2 To promote the use of innovative site planning techniques that contribute to development of a variety of residential product styles and designs, including housing suitable for the community's labor force. Policy 1.9 Establish paseos, greenbelts, linear parks and trails within buffer areas between developments and at the City's edge. 2. Land Use — Preserving Residential Neighborhoods Goal 5 A land use pattern that protects and enhances residential neighborhoods. Policy 5.1 Consider the compatibility of proposed projects on surrounding uses in terms of the size and configuration of buildings, use of materials and landscaping, preservation of existing vegetation and landform, the location of access routes, noise impacts, traffic impacts, and other environmental conditions. Policy 5.3 Require proposed development to evaluate the incremental traffic impacts on local roads throughout the proposed project phasing in order to ensure that any adverse impacts to local roads in residential areas are avoided or adequately mitigated. 3. Land Use — Natural Resources and Community Aesthetics Goal 6 A development pattern that preserves aesthetics and enhances the environmental resources of the Planning Area. Policy 6.1 Preserve the natural aesthetic quality of hillsides and reduce hazards associated with hillside development within the Planning Area. Policy 6.5 Create distinctive features at entry points to the City that emphasize Temecula's aesthetic and environmental setting. 4. Land Use — Temecula's Role within the Region Goal 8 A City compatible and coordinated with regional land use and transportation patterns. Policy 8.3 Ensure development projects within the French Valley Airport area of influence comply with the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) for the Airport, and refer all land use actions identified within the ALUCP to the Airport Land Use Commission for mandatory review. 7 1 P a g e 5. Housing Element — Provide Adequate Housing Sites Goal 1 Provide a diversity of housing opportunities that satisfy the physical, social, and economic needs of existing and future residents of Temecula. Policy 1.1 Provide an inventory of land at varying densities sufficient to accommodate the existing and projected housing needs in the City. Policy 1.2 Encourage residential development that provides a range of housing types in terms of cost, density, and type, and presents the opportunity for local residents to live and work in the same community by balancing jobs and housing types. Policy 1.3 Require a mixture of diverse housing types and densities in new developments around the village centers to enhance their pedestrian orientation and diversity. Policy 1.4 Support the use of innovative site planning and architectural design in residential development. 6. Housing Element — Assist in Development of Affordable Housing Goal 2 Provide affordable housing for all economic segments of Temecula. Policy 2.1 Promote a variety of housing opportunities that accommodate the needs of all income levels of the population, and provide opportunities to meet Temecula's fair share of extremely low, very low, low and moderate income housing by promoting the City's program of density bonuses and incentives. Policy 2.2 Support innovative public, private, and nonprofit efforts in the development of affordable housing particularly for special needs. Policy 2.4 Pursue all available forms of private, local, state, and federal assistance to support development and implementation for the City's Housing Programs. Policy 2.5 Require that all new affordable housing developments incorporate energy and water efficient appliances, amenities, and building materials to reduce overall housing related costs for future low and moderate income households and families. 7. Housing Element — Promote Equal Housing Opportunities Goal 5 Provide equal housing opportunities for all residents in Temecula Policy 5.2 Support efforts to ensure that all income segments of the community have unrestricted access to appropriate housing. 8. Open Space/Conservation Goal 3 Conservation of important biological habitats and protection of plant, and animal species of concern, wildlife movement corridors, and general biodiversity. This project supports Policy 3.1-3.7. Woodspring Suites DP (PA20-0072) — A Development Plan for an approximately 60,600 square foot, four-story, 126 room Woodspring Suites Hotel located on the west side of Madison Ave. between Buecking Drive and McCabe Court. Status: Approved MS Mountain View - Building 1 DP (PA20-0533) — Development Plan for the construction of an approximately 15,641 square foot industrial building. Status: Approved MS Mountain View - Building 2 DP (PA20-0534) — A Development Plan for the construction of an approximately 14,544 square foot industrial building. Status: Approved 8 1 P a g e MS Mountain View - Building 3 DP (PA20-0535) — A Development Plan for the construction of an approximately 15,944 square foot industrial building. Status: Approved MS Mountain View - Building 7 DP (PA20-0536) — A Development Plan for an approximately 11,824 square foot industrial building. Status: Approved Old Town Front Street Building (PA20-1025) — A Development Plan application to construct an approximately 18,630 square foot building totaling three stories. Status: Out for review ProgressGeneral Plan — Goals and Policies 1. Land Use — Diverse Land Use Goal 1 A diverse and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses. The residential projects listed above support. Policy 1.4 Support development of light industrial, clean manufacturing, technology, biomedical, research and development, and office uses to diversify Temecula's economic base. Goal 2 Successful, high -quality mixed use development projects containing a mix of residential, commercial/office, and civic land uses, supported by alternative modes of transportation. Policy 2.5 Ensure that the architecture, landscape design, and site planning of mixed use projects is of the highest quality, emphasizing a pedestrian scale and safe and convenient access between uses. Goal 7 A viable, high -quality Old Town Temecula area that enhances the City economically, preserves historic structures, and provides civic, cultural, shopping, and meeting and gathering places for tourists and residents. Policy 7.1 Encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. Goal 1 Enhancement of the City's image related to its regional and natural setting and its tourist orientation. Policy 1.2 Apply requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan to all new construction as well as to the rehabilitation of structures in the Old Town Area. Goal 2 Design Excellence in site planning, architecture, landscape architecture and signs. Policy 2.3 Provide development standards ensuring higher quality building and site design that is well integrated with the infrastructure and circulation systems. Policy 2.5 Limit light and glare pollution through design standards for outdoor lighting, the use of low intensity lights, and lighting that supports the continued use of the Mt. Palomar Observatory. 9 1 P a g e HOUSING ELEMENT The City has an adopted and certified Housing Element for the period of 2014 to 2021 and pursuant to Government Code Section 65400, is required to prepare and submit an Annual Progress Report (APR) to the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) Department. The APR includes information on the jurisdiction's progress in addressing the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA), including the number of housing units permitted by income level, number of units entitled, and the status of programs identified within the Housing Element. The APR must be considered by the City Council at a public meeting prior to submitting it to HCD and OPR by April 1 st of each year. As required by law, the 2020 Housing Element Annual Progress Report (Appendix A) was submitted to HCD on April 1, 2021. There are no penalties for resubmitting the annual progress report past the April 1 st date if the City Council wishes to revise the report. The Housing Element is intended to identify and establish City policies with respect to meeting the housing needs of existing and future residents in the City. It establishes policies that will guide City decision -making and sets forth an action plan to implement its housing goals. The commitments are in furtherance of the statewide housing goals of early attainment of decent housing and a suitable living environment for every California family, as well as a reflection of the concerns unique to the City of Temecula. Regional Housing Needs Allocation In accordance with Government Code Section 65584, the City is required to submit an annual progress report of the City's efforts in addressing our portion of the RHNA allocation as delineated in the Housing Element. The reporting spreadsheets are much different than in years past due to the passage of AB 879 and SB 35 of the 2017 California Housing Package, as well as AB 1486 Surplus of Land (2019), and AB 1233 Housing Element: Regional Housing Need (2020) added new data requirements for the Housing Element Annual Progress Report. These changes are reflected in the new APR form and instructions. As a point of clarification, the RHNA allocation numbers are applicable to all income categories, and not just the extremely low and very low categories. The City is required to plan for housing across all income categories, and every residential unit built in the City counts towards our RHNA allocation. However, the City is not mandated to ensure that all of its RHNA units are actually built. The City is only required to demonstrate to HCD that adequate sites are properly zoned to accommodate affordable housing. This was accomplished with the adoption and certification of 2014-2021 Housing Element (Resolution No. 14-08) and the 2018 Affordable Housing Overlay Zone (AHOZ) (Resolution No. 18-09). The following table shows the City's 2014-2021 RHNA allocation for the City: 101Page nblr• 1: t'tt1 nl lr•n W..', 2014-2021 RIVI % Ifi—kd—n In 1r•:rr Income level PHNA Allocation by Income level 2014 2015 2016 2017 2016 2019 2020 2021 Total unRs to Date (all yean) Total Remaining RHMA by Income Leval Deed Restricted 15 375 15 360 Nan -Deed Very Low Restricted Deed Restricted 251 151 Nan-0eed low Restricted Deed Restricted 271 15 256 Non -Deed Restricted 15 Moderate Above Moderate 596 383 223 299 84 00 209 286 In Progress 1574 Total RHNA 1493 Totalllnns 383 223 299 114 90 209 286 ISM867 2020 Reporting Analysis Since the adoption of the 2014-2021 Housing Element by City Council, the Community Development Department has prepared and submitted to HCD and OPR the required annual reports. The new APR form (2018-2020) is broken down in the following manner: Table A Housing Development Applications Submitted Table A2 Annual Building Activity Summary Report — New Construction, Entitled, Permits and completed units Table B Regional Housing Needs Allocation Progress — Permitted Units Issued by Affordability Table C Sites identified or Rezoned to Accommodate Shortfall Housing Need Table D Program Implementation Status Table E Units Rehabilitated, Preserved and Acquired for Alternative Adequate Sites Table F Commercial Development Bonus Approved Table G Locally Owned Site Table H Locally Owned Surplus Land Inventory Summary Full Summary of the Tables As mentioned above, the APR form has changed, and staff has included appropriate information. In 2020, staff processed 29 Housing Applications totaling 1,546 proposed units. The proposed units were approved by the Planning Commission, City Council or through an administrative review, as required. Staff issued a total of 286 building permits for variety of housing types, please see Appendix A for full details. As required by law, the attached 2020 Housing Element Annual Progress Report was submitted to HCD on April 1, 2021. There are no penalties for resubmitting the annual progress report past the April 1 st date if the City Council wishes to revise the report. 11 IPage In conclusion, this 2020 Annual Progress Report serves to comply with State requirements to report annually on the progress of the General Plan implementation including specific requirements for reporting on the City's Housing Element and reflect the many accomplishments towards implementing the City of Temecula's General Plan. 121Page COMPLIANCE WITH OPR GENERAL PLAN GUIDELINES The City of Temecula comprehensively updated the Temecula General Plan in April 2005. Since that time, the state has adopted new required elements through direct statue or indirect means (such as making elements required for future funding/grant opportunities). The below table provides a glance at the City's compliance with OPR's General Plan Guidelines by labeling elements as compliant, in compliance under old guidelines, or out of compliance. Status Legend Compliant In compliance under old guidelines, updates needed • Out of or may be needed. compliance State Elements City Elements Status Notes Pursuant to Senate Bill ("SB") 743, the City will adopt VMT thresholds in 20202 to meet the State mandated July 1, 2020 deadline. Future General Plan updates will incorporate additional "Complete Circulation Circulation 0 Street" requirements. The City has also started interregional efforts to address circulation issues on the I-15 corridor' that are outside the City's regular area of responsibilities. 1-15 congestion continues to AL be a major concern in the region and the City will continue to advocate for transportation solutions. The City will update the Conservation Element to address any possible deficiencies. The City is a Conservation Open Space participant in the Western Riverside County Multi - Conservation Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSCHP) as well the San Diego Regional Water Control Board's MS4 permit. ;— The City is currently updating the Housing Element Housing Housing (6' Cycle). While the land -use element is up to date with older guidelines, changes will be needed as a part of the Housing Element update to ensure adequate housing Land Use Land Use is in areas where infrastructure can support it. The City also has incorporated form -based Specific Plans that include mixed -land uses and increased density in Old Town Temecula and Uptown Temecula. The City is compliant with Noise element Noise Noise requirements. The City is a participant in the Western Riverside Open Space Open Space County Multi -Species Habitat Conservation Plan Conservation (MSCHP) as well the San Diego Regional Water Control Board's MS4 permit. ' https://temeculaca.legistar.comNiew.ashx?M=A&ID=773092&GUID=DE32B7D6-2659-4CF7-80B5- 3ABA034AD5C0 ' htWs://temeculaca.gov/1228/Move-I-15-Through-Temecula-Valley-Reg-Ta 131Page A future update will need to incorporate the latest Safety Public Safety changes that including revised Local Hazard Mitigation Plans, climate change, and resiliency planning. The City of Temecula elected to include this optional element, as it is not required by statue. A future Not required Air Quality 0 update will be necessary to ensure the latest data is incorporated into the General Plan. GHG analysis will be required. This optional element, while compliant, may warrant Not required Community Design 0 updating to reflect substantial changes in the community's population since 2005. The City has achieved or is on -track to achieve many of the economic goals outlined in the General Plan. This includes developing the SR-79 south corridor, Economic �1 further development of Old Town Temecula, the Not required Development ���/// expansion of lodging along the freeway, and the recycling of old commercial centers (Uptown Temecula Specific Plan). Updates may be needed to reflect progress on these goals and the City may need to adopt new goals. IW The City's optional Growth Management/Public Growth Facilities element ensures that equitable, sustainable, Not required Management 0 and efficient growth occurs within the City. This Public Facilities includes addressing level of service issues related to service providers (water, sewer, trash, etc.), public safety, and physical facilities. 141Page COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER OPR GUIDELINES Environmental Justice According to the below map generated by CalEPA, the City of Temecula does not contain any SB 535 Disadvantaged Communities. The City does contain AB 1550 Low-income Communities. As the City updates the General Plan, the City will comply updated Environmental Justice requirements. SB 535 Ltl ii Li R:--.a TErr+L L UL F�t•_,u 1 VALLEY Teme'cula SB 535 Disadvantaged Communities AB 1550 Low-income Communities SB 535 Disadvantaged Communities and AB 1550 Low- income Communities P - n AB 1550 Low-income Communities within a 1/2 mile of a SB 535 Disadvantaged Community Feci,anga '. County of Riverside. Bureau of Land klanagement, ... Figure 2: httns://ww3.arb.ca.¢ov/cc%apandtrade/auctionproceeds/communitvinvestments.htm Military Lands and Facilities According to the California Military Land Use Compatibility Analyst (CMLUCA) map (available on the next page), the City of Temecula does not contain any military installations, training routes, or special air space. Additionally, the City is not located within 1,000 feet of any military installations. Even so, the City recognized Marine Corps Base Pendleton in the current General Plan, with a focus on the former San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS)4. The City has also engaged with the San Diego Regional Military Working Group (with SANDAG) and other SANDAG border liaisons to address the critical infrastructure needs along the I-15 corridor. During recent studies, the City identified a significant number of military personnel who travel from Temecula and other adjacent cities to various bases within San Diego County. ' htWs://temeculaca.gov/DocumentCenterNiew/288/Public-Safety-PDF?bidld= 151Page California Military Land Use Compatibility Analyst I�. �1IL7iAAY S.15E5 Murrieta \\� MWaryerarlcrlrs AIR FORCE ■ ARMY ■ Te COAST GUARD MARINE CARPS ■ \ NAVY ■ FLIGHT PATHS is Ml R n Cal*=ia IR- Instrument Route ■ brook ■ SR -Slow Route VR- Visual Route ■ NOiWairy eoules .�R SPACE No Sp -i Inslallallons No Special Alr SUA in Calrtomia Esn, HERE, Garmir, (c) OpenStreetMap,WitAtW,_. Cnpyright02010 State of California Ae-t ■ Figure 3: http://Cmluca.gis.ca.gov/ Consultation with Native American Tribes The City of Temecula consults with local tribes on a regular basis in compliance with AB 52 and SB 18 requirements. This is tracked by using the City's enterprise permitting system. In addition to regular consultation, the City holds quarterly meetings with one tribe to collaborate on upcoming projects. Finally, the City continues to work with our local tribal partners to achieve goals, policies, and plans identified in the General Plan. In a recent instance, the Pechanga Band of Luisefio Indians contributed $14.5 million dollars to a General Plan (Circulation Element) identified interchange improvements. 5 httl2s://temeculaca.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/129 161Page HOUSING ELEMENT 2020 ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT Please see Appendix A for the City's Housing Annual Progress Report. 171Page Attachment 2 Table 1: City of Temecula's 2014-2021 RHNA Breakdown by Year Total Total Income Level RHNA Allocation by Income Level 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Units to Date (all years) Remaining RHNA by Income Level Deed Restricted 15 375 15 360 Non -Deed Very Low Restricted Deed Restricted 251 251 Non -Deed Low Restricted Deed Restricted 271 15 256 Non -Deed Moderate Restricted 15 Above Moderate 596 383 223 299 84 90 209 286 In Progress 1574 Total RHNA 1493 Total Units 383 223 299 114 90 209 286 1604 867 Please Start Here General Information Jurisdiction Name Temecula Reporting Calendar Year 2020 Contact Information First Name Sara Last Name Toma Title Associate Planner I Email Sara.toma@temeculaca.gov Phone 9515065185 Mailing Address Street Address 41000 Main Street City Temecula Zipcode 92590 Optional: Click here to import last year's data. 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Project and program data will be copied exactly how it was entered in last year's form and must be updated. v12_28_20 Annual Progress Report January 2020 Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Year 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Note: "+" indicates an optional field Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Table A Housing Development Applications Submitted Total Total Date Approved Disapproved Project Identifier Unit Types Application Proposed Units - Affordability by Household Incomes Streamlining Notes Units by Units by Submitted Project Project 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Was APPLICATION Date Tenure Very Low- Moderate- SUBMITTED Local Jurisdiction Unit Category Application Very Low- Income Non Low -Income Low -Income Moderate- Income Above Total PROPOSED Total Total Pursuant to GC Prior APN+ Current APN Street Address Project Name+ (SFA,SFD,2 to Submitted Income Deed Deed Non Deed Income Deed Moderate- APPROVED DISAPPROVED Notes+ Tracking ID R=Renter Deed Non Deed Units by Project 65913.4(b)? 4,5+,ADU,MH) (see Restricted Restricted Restricted Restricted Income Units by project Units by Project O=Owner Restricted Restricted (SB 35 instructions) Streamlining) Summary Row: Start Data Entry Below 24 0 8 0 44 1 1487 1564 1564 0 0 944172015 921581011 919092008 953490001 957273003 919450035 959301003 957090019 959020007 922160026 961142031 957130007 30074 LEVANDE PL Accessory Dwelling Units PA20-0003 PA20-0031 PA20-0208 PA20-0235 PA20-0391 PA20-0515 PA20-0586 PA20-0821 PA20-1062 PA20-1125 PA20-1331 PA20-0096 ADU R 01/02/2020 1 1 1 No 924 DONER DR Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 01/08/2020 1 1 1 No 29991 VIA NORTE Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 02/03/2020 1 1 1 No 41307 RUE JADOT Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 02/06/2020 1 1 1 No 40515 CLEAR LIGHT RD Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 03/03/2020 1 1 1 No 30070 CORTE COELHO Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 04/08/2020 1 1 1 No 44225 FESTIVO ST Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 05/11/2020 1 1 1 No 44750 KIT CT Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 07/07/2020 1 1 1 No 43692 PIASANO PL Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 07/07/2020 1 1 1 No 44121 FLORES DR Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 09/08/2020 1 1 1 No 45099 CORTE VALLE Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 09/22/2020 1 1 1 No 39835 CANTRELL RD Accessory Dwelling Units ADU R 11/16/2020 1 1 1 No 28772 CALLE CORTEZ, Las Haciendas 5+ R 02/25/2020 24 8 44 1 77 77 No 921050016, 921050020 PA20-0345 1 unit added is a resident manac 964640015, 964640016 28715 LAS HACIENDAS Sommers Bend Sommers Bend Core DP PA20-1219 5+ 0 10/19/2020 376 376 376 No 944370013, 944370006, 944370005, Temecula Village Phase II DP 5+ 0 11/12/2020 134 134 134 No 944370010, 944370007, 944370012, Ynez Road PA20-1325 944370001 916400042, 916400058 964640009 964640010 964640012 964640001 964640004 964640007 964640008 964660026,964660029,964660019, Date Street Solana Winchester DP PA20-1371 5+ R 12/02/2020 350 350 350 No Sommers Bend Sommers Bend PA22 HPR PA20-0328 Sommers Bend PA23A HPR PA20-0329 Sommers Bend PA24 HPR PA20-0330 Sommers Bend PA18A HPR PA20-1321 Sommers Bend PA19 HPR PA20-1414 Sommers Bend PA20B HPR PA20-1415 Sommers Bend PA21 HPR PA20-1416 SFD 0 02/20/2020 81 81 81 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 02/20/2020 41 41 41 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 02/20/2020 70 70 70 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 11/12/2020 74 74 74 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 12/11/2020 16 16 16 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 12/11/2020 23 23 23 No Sommers Bend SFD 0 12/11/2020 18 18 18 No SFD 0 12/18/2020 40 40 40 No 964661002, 964660028, 964660034, 964661007, 964660020, 964660025, Same project, I split them into Sommers Bend PA20-1454 964660013, 964660005, 964660027, two rows to fit the APNs. 964661001,964660012,964661011, 964660004. 964660006. 964661005 964660008, 964660035, 964660021, Sommers Bend PA15 HPR SFD 0 12/18/2020 5 5 5 No 964660016, 964660007, 964660030, Same project, I split them into 964660009, 964661006, 964661003, Sommers Bend PA20-1454 two rows to fit the APNs. 964660010, 964660011, 964661010, 964660010. 964660011. 964661010 Sommers Bend PA15 HPR Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Year 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) This table is auto -populated once you enter your jurisdiction name and current year data. 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Please contact HCD if your data is different than the material supplied here Table B Regional Housing Needs Allocation Progress Permitted Units Issued by Affordability 1 2 3 4 Income Level RHNA Allocation by Income Level 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Total Units to Date (all years) Total Remaining RHNA by Income Level Very Low Deed Restricted 375 15 15 360 Non -Deed Restricted Low Deed Restricted 251 251 Non -Deed Restricted Moderate Deed Restricted 271 1 1 15 256 Non -Deed Restricted 1 1 15 Above Moderate 596 1 383 223 299 84 1 90 209 286 1574 Total RHNA 1493 Total Units 1 383 223 299 114 90 209 286 1604 867 Note: units serving extremely low-income households are included in the very low-income permitted units totals Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Year 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Note: "+" indicates an optional field Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Table C Sites Identified or Rezoned to Accommodate Shortfall Housing Need Project Identifier Date of Rezone RHNA Shortfall by Household Income Category Type of Shortfall Sites Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 APN Street Address Project Name+ Local Jurisdiction Tracking ID+ Date of Rezone Very Low- Income Low -Income Moderate -Income Above Moderate- Income Type of Shortfall Parcel Size (Acres) General Plan Designation Zoning Minimum Density Allowed Maximum Density Allowed Realistic Capacity VacantlNonvacant Description of Existing Uses Summary Row: Start Data Entry Below ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 $6202) Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Year 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) Table D Program Implementation Status pursuant to GC Section 65583 Housing Programs Progress Report Describe progress of all programs including local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the maintenance, improvement, and development of housing as identified in the housing element. 1 2 3 4 Name of Program Objective Timeframe in H.E Status of Program Implementation Land Use Element and Provide a range of residential development In September 2018, the City adopted the Affordable Housing Overlay (AHO). The AHO identified 44 parcels which total just over 100 acres, and Development Code opportunities through appropriate land use 10/15/2014 can accommodate the City's mandated affordable housing needs of 2,007 units for affordable households. Additionally, staff continued to designations. encourage opportunities for senior and affordable housing ro'ects throughout 2020. Sites for Emergency Shelters Provide for sites for the development and The City and nonprofit organizations continued to work together to provide resources for homeless people seeking shelter in 2020. Several opportunities for the provision of housing for the nonprofit agencies continued to provide a provision of services including temporary inclement weather shelter and other housing options for homeless. Ongoing homeless in the Temecula Valley area. The City also actively participates in Riverside County Continuum of Care 10-year plan to end homelessness. Sites for Transitional/ Provide for sites for the development and On April 23, 2013 the City completed a Zoning Code amendment and adopted an Ordinance permitting transitional housing, supportive housing, Supportive Housing opportunities for the provision of short- to 01/31/2015 residential care facilities, and efficiency unit housing in residential zones subject to the same permit processing procedures as other housing in the moderate- length stay affordable housing. same zone. Density Bonus Ordinance Encourage the provision of senior /affordable housing development by continuing to implement the Density Bonus Ordinance. In September 2018, the City updated its Density Bonus Ordinance (DBO) to conform with Government Code Section 65915. The DBO encourages the production of affordable housing by authorizing the City to grant an increase to the maximum allowable residential density for 10/31/2014 eligible projects, and to support the development of eligible projects at greater residential densities by granting incentives, concessions, waivers, and/or reductions to applicable development regulations. In 2020, City staff continued to encourage density bonus opportunities by offering the option to developers to take advantage of the density bonus provisions. Land Assemblage and Assist with the development of affordable Affordable Housing housing by acquiring land for the development Development of low- and moderate -Income housing. The City has been unable to purchase land for contribution to affordable housing developments since the dissolution of CA Redevelopment Agencies in 2011. In 2012, after the dissolution of Temecula Redevelopment Agency (RDA), the City took ownership of all affordable housing assets. Currently, there is $12.5 million in Tax Allocation Bond Proceeds that may be used for affordable housing. The City released a Request for Ongoing Proposal (RFP) in mid-2015 soliciting for affordable housing development proposals regarding a number of housing options — transitional, supportive, special needs, senior/veteran, and working -family affordable. The City continued to facilitate the development of housing units affordable to lower -income households by making the bond proceed information available to developers and nonprofit housing agencies through the development application process. Second Unit Ordinance Facilitate the development of affordable housing In 2020, the City adopted an Ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to update the language pertaining to Assessory through the construction of second units. Dwelling Unit (ADU) to be consistent with Government Code Section 65852.2. The ADU Ordinance allows for second dwelling units in all Ongoing residential zoning districts where there is an existing single-family detached dwelling unit. The City continued to allow and promote the construction of second units in 2020. Mortgage Credit Certificate Assist first time home buyers by promoting the The MCC Program is administered by the Riverside County Economic Development Agency (EDA). The City has not been contacted by the (MCC) Program regional Mortgage Credit Certificate Program. Annually County EDA within the last three years to participate. First Time Home Buyer Assist lower -income first time home buyers with The City did not fund FTHB loans during the 2020 reporting period. As a result of the dissolution of CA Redevelopment Agencies per ABX1 26, Program the purchase of a home through the use of loan the City no longer offers a FTHB program. In 2013, the City was working with Riverside County to enter into a HOME Consortium Agreement to assistance. reinstate the program for the Temecula community. However, the Consortium was not able to be formed due to a lack of approved participating Ongoing jurisdictions in order to meet the minimum program formula requirements. Housing for Extremely Low- Encourage and facilitate housing suitable for Income Households extremely low-income households. The City continued to encourage the development of housing for extremely low-income households through a variety of activities, such as Ongoing conducting outreach to housing developers regarding future SARDA financial assistance and partnership and expedited entitlement processing. The City continued to identify grant funding opportunities, and apply for applications for funding of temporary shelter and a provision of services for low-income individuals and families. The City continued to review and prioritize local funding, such as CDBG to assist in this area where feasible. Energy Conservation Encourage the use of energy conservation The City continued to require energy conservation measures in residential construction and remodeling, by implementing the State's energy features in residential construction and Ongoing conservation standards (e.g., Title 24 Energy Standards) through the plan review process for all new building construction permits. remodeling. Development Fees Reduce the cost of affordable/senior housing The City continued to evaluate opportunities to reimburse City fees for appropriate housing developments, but did not enter into any new Reimbursement development through the reimbursement of Ongoing agreements to provide development fee reimbursement in 2020. development fees. Expedite Processing of Continue to expedite processing of affordable The City continued to implement as short a time frame as possible for affordable housing projects. One project, Las Haciendas Apartments went Affordable Housing Projects housing projects. Ongoing through the entitlement process and was approved in 2020. Periodic Consistency Review of Conduct biannual review to ensure consistency The City continued to track and stay abreast of changes in state housing law which would require amendments to the General Plan and Municipal General Plan, Municipal Code, with legislative and regulatory amendments, Code. The City updated it's Development Code, adopting the Affordable Housing Overlay and Density Bonus Ordinance in 2018. The City and State Law new state laws, and case law interpretations. Biannually continues to review state law to identify areas of the Development Code and General Plan that may need amending to maintain consistency with state law. Preserve At -Risk Housing Units Encourage the continued affordability of at -risk The City continued to work with interested parties to renew the covenants on any expiring affordable restrictions. housing units to preserve existing affordable Annually housing opportunities. Code Enforcement Maintain the existing housing stock through the The City has adopted the 2016 California Building Code and actively conducts annual property inspections for affordable housing projects that enforcement of the UBC. Ongoing are/were funded with RDA/SARDA funds. Residential Improvement Assist with the rehabilitation of existing single- The City did not fund any RIP loans during the 2020 reporting period; however, the City did fund a new housing rehab program through its Fiscal Program (RIP) and multi -family lower -income housing units Year 2016-17 CDBG program. Total funding, in the amount of $31,470, was approved for a subrecipient (Habitat for Humanity) to administer the through the use of loan and grant programs. Ongoing improvement program for 7 housing units during the fiscal year. Section 8 Rental Assistance Support the County of Riverside's Section 8 The Section 8 Rental Assistance Program is administered by the Riverside County Housing Authority. The City continued to provide information Program Rental Assistance Program. Ongoing about the Section 8 rental assistance voucher/certificate program to potential tenants in 2020. Mobile Home Assistance Program (MPAP) Avoid the loss of affordable housing within mobile home parks due to the closure of existing parks by providing technical assistance to lower -income mobile home park residents pursing MPAP funds. Ongoing No residents pursed MPAP funds during the 2020 reporting period. Equal Housing Opportunity Promote equal opportunities for housing by participating in the Riverside County Consortium. Ongoing The City continued to work with and fund the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County in implementing the fair housing plan, disseminate information regarding fair housing services, and provide referrals to the fair housing program in Riverside County. In 2018, the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County promoted fair housing by advertising in local media, attending community events in Riverside County, and distributing fliers to locations in Temecula. In July, City CDBG staff participated in a community outreach event and presented fair housing information. The event was advertised in the local Temecula newspaper, online, and on local cable access television. Housing Referral Directory Assist community members in locating housing that meets the individual's needs. Ongoing The City continued to offer housing referral services through the Housing Referral Directory number, 211, and to local non-profit shelter and service providers. Housing for Persons with Disabilities Analyze and determine whether there are constraints on the development, maintenance, and improvement of housing for persons with disabilities. Annually The City continued to enforce the Reasonable Accommodation Ordinance adopted in 2011, but has not processed a specific project requiring implementation and consistency findings to be made to remove constraints. Employee Housing Review and if needed amend the Temecula Municipal Code to address the Employee Housing Act, especially California Health and Safety Code Section 17021.5 and 17021.6. 01/31/2015 The City began review of the Temecula Municipal Code to define and permit employee housing providing accommodations for six or fewer employees. Employee housing shall be deemed a single-family structure with a residential land use designation. Review of the amendments is still underway. Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Period 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Note: 'Y' indicates an optional field Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Annual Progress Report January 2020 Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Period 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Note: 'Y' indicates an optional field Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Table F Units Rehabilitated, Preserved and Acquired for Alternative Adequate Sites pursuant to Government Code section 65583.1(c) Please note this table is optional: The jurisdiction can use this table to report units that have been substantially rehabilitated, converted from non -affordable to affordable by acquisition, and preserved, including mobilehome park preservation, consistent with the standards set forth in Government Code section 65583.1, subdivision (c). Please note, motel, hotel, hostel rooms or other structures that are converted from non-residential to residential units pursuant to Government Code section 65583.1(c)(1)(D) are considered net -new housing units and must be reported in Table A2 and not reported in Table F. Units that Count Towards RHNA+ Units that Do Not Count Towards RHNA+ Note - Because the statutory requirements severely limit what can be Listed for Informational Purposes Only counted, please contact HCD to receive the password that will enable you The description should adequately document how to populate these fields. Activity Type each unit complies with subsection (c) of Government Code Section 65583.1+ Extremely Low- Extremely Low- Very Low - Income+ Very Low -Income+ Low -Income+ TOTAL UNITS+ Income+ Income+ Low -Income+ TOTAL UNITS+ Rehabilitation Activity Preservation of Units At -Risk Acquisition of Residential Units Mobilehome Park Preservation Total Units by Income Annual Progress Report January 2020 NOTE: This table must only be tilled out it the housing element sites Jurisdiction Temecula inventory contains a site which is or was owned by the reporting Note: "+" indicates an optional field jurisdiction, and has been sold, leased, or otherwise disposed of Cells in grey contain auto -calculation Reporting Period 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) during the reporting year. formulas ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Jurisdiction Temecula (Jan. 1 - Dec. Reporting Period 2020 31) ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REP( Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25 §6202) Jurisdiction Temecula Reporting Year 2020 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) Building Permits Issued by Affordability Summary Income Level Current Year Very Low Deed Restricted 0 Non -Deed Restricted 0 Low Deed Restricted 0 Non -Deed Restricted 0 Moderate Deed Restricted 0 Non -Deed Restricted 0 Above Moderate 286 Total Units 286 Note: Units serving extremely low-income households are included in the very low- income permitted units totals Housing Applications Summary Total Housing Applications Submitted: 29 Number of Proposed Units in All Applications Received: 1,564 Total Housing Units Approved: 1,564 Total Housing Units Disapproved: 0 Use of SIB 35 Streamlining Provisions Number of Applications for Streamlining 0 Number of Streamlining Applications Approved 0 Total Developments Approved with Streamlining 0 Total Units Constructed with Streamlining 0 Units Constructed - SIB 35 Streamlining Permits Income Rental Ownership Total Very Low 0 0 0 Low 0 0 0 Moderate 0 0 0 Above Moderate 0 0 0 Total 0 0 0 Cells in grey contain auto -calculation formulas Item No. 6 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Greg Butler, Assistant City Manager DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Authorize the Preparation and Execution of a Professional Services Agreement with Citygate to Complete a Needs Assessment and Evaluate Potential Sites (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Pro Tempore Rahn and Council Member Stewart) RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Authorize the City Manager to execute a $42,451 Professional Services Agreement with Citygate Associates to estimate the size of a police headquarters and patrol station based upon the June 9, 2021 proposal, and approve extra work authorizations up to $4,300, approximately 10% of the agreement amount; and 2. Appropriate $47,000 from undesignated General Fund balance to the consultant services account within the City Manager Department. BACKGROUND: At the May 11, 2021 City Council meeting, Staff provided an overview of the Police Base of Operations City Council Ad -Hoc subcommittee meetings to date, see attached Agenda Report from May 11, 2021. This was followed by a full Council discussion regarding desired scope of services with input from Citygate staff who participated in the Zoom meeting. The Council discussion provided a broad -based scope of services and asked that Citygate prepare a proposal. The attached Citygate Proposal fulfills the understood scope of work: Citygate will estimate the personnel needs at present, plus a small expansion factor for Temecula's envisioned final size. Then, their partner firm, JKA Architecture from San Diego, will convert the personnel needed into police building needs as well as outside spaces. Citygate and JKA have conducted this work together in the past and understand both police space usage needs as well as regulations for police services and essential facilities under the California Building Standards Codes. The total space needs will then provide gross acreage needs before zoning setbacks and landscaping. With the space needs information, they will assess up to three City -identified sites. FISCAL IMPACT: A total of $47,000 will be appropriated from available General Fund balance to the Consultant Services Account (001.110.999.5248) in the City Manager Department Budget. ATTACHMENTS: 1. May 11, 2021 Agenda Report 2. Citygate Proposal Dated June 9, 2021 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Greg Butler, Assistant City Manager DATE: May 11, 2021 SUBJECT: Receive Update on the Police Base of Operations Subcommittee Discussions, Clarify Objective, and Consider Appropriating Sufficient Funding to Complete Needs Assessment and/or Police Master Plan (At the Request of Subcommittee Members Mayor Pro Tempore Rahn and Council Member Stewart) RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Receive an update on the Police Base of Operations subcommittee discussions. 2. Clarify the objective of the work effort and consider appropriatingibudgeting sufficient funding to complete a needs assessment and/or Police Master Plan. BACKGROUND: At the February 23, 2021 City Council meeting, at the request of Council Member Stewart, the Council created the Police Base of Operations Ad -Hoc Subcommittee and appointed Mayor Pro -Tern Rahn and Council Member Stewart to the new subcommittee. Soon thereafter the subcommittee met with staff to review facility costs for the current policing model (Sheriff's deputies housed at the Southwest Justice Center, and supported by regional cost centers associated with dispatch, headquarters, investigations, central homicide, etc.). Staff also presented information related to response times vs. travel times. Finally, the balance of the discussion related to understanding and refining the objective of the work effort as originally presented the objective was to locate a facility within the City limits to serve as the base of operations for the Sheriff's deputies providing policing services through the contract with Riverside County Sheriff's Office (RSO). The facility could be an existing City owned facility or an existing facility to be acquired for such purpose or locating a vacant site to develop a new facility. In all scenarios, a needs assessment would be required to determine the size building necessary to house the operations with an appropriately sized property to accommodate the parking and vehicular storage needs of a policing operation. The basis for staffing a sufficiently sized police force could be the police force currently serving the City through the contract with RSO, supplemented with sufficient command and support staff solely serving the City as the operations at SW station would remain to serve the county area and the courts. The discussion that followed revealed there was a desire to evaluate a standalone police force and size a facility appropriately for that scenario, not necessary a facility to house a contracted police force with RSO. At a subsequent meeting, the subcommittee heard an update on items to consider when splitting up the current command at the SW Station. • Separation between county deputies, SROs, K9s, special teams and their counterparts assigned to the city. o Not together for briefings o Info exchange suffers o Supervision separated o More difficult to shift staff around to ensure proper deployments during critical incidents, or during times of increased employee absence. • Command and control separation. o Will require dedicated supervisors and managers • Public lobby will drive dedicated front office support staff o Report Release o Vehicle and property release o Arson, Sex, Narc Registrations o Crime report processing and routing o Mail and referral processing o public lobby functions (desk deputy for counter reports) • On -site evidence storage will be required o Dedicated staff to manage evidence and the transport of this evidence to/from court o Specialized equipment to ensure the security/safety of evidence ■ Biohazard evidence dryers ■ Commercial fridge/freezer ■ Faraday cases ■ Weapon storage ■ Fentanyl and similar hazard storage • On -site logistics support for the vehicle fleet, weapon management, and related equipment • Separation of equipment which requires an excess for reserves (approx. 20% overage to allow for repairs, service, and extended shifts for precisely issued equipment) o 20% more cars, radios, less lethal equipment, BWC, riot gear, etc.... • Building enhancements for o in -custody holding (required by DORBSCC/Dept of Corrections) o will be a location for demonstrations so building "hardening" will be required o secure parking (to facilitate fleet/deputy safety and in custody management) • Building needs an area large enough for personal training and operational briefings A needs assessment is required regardless of end user, contracted police force or a standalone independent police force. Staff reached out to Citygate, the public safety consultant that recently completed the Regional JPA Police Feasibility study as they have intimate knowledge of the current policing model serving the City. There is a vast number of variables to be considered when determining need. As noted above, using the current Sheriff's staffing model, supplemented with requisite command and support staff can be completed for roughly $20,000 and be completed in about 3-months. When contemplating a standalone police force, a programming/planning document such as a Police Master Plan should be completed to clearly lay -out the desired type and level of police serves the Council and Community desire, this level of effort runs $125,000 - $140,000 and will take approximately 9-months to complete. Costs could be slightly higher depending on the number site visits/field trips required to finalize facility concepts. FISCAL IMPACT: Depending on the desired level of effort $20,000 - $140,000 would need to be appropriated from Measure S fund balance. ATTACHMENTS: None (11T flTE 9SWIffitS, LK FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES 600 Coolidge Drive, 5uite 150 ■ Folsom. CA 95630 ■ PH 916-458-5100 m FAX 916-983-2090 June 9, 2021 Greg Butler Assistant City Manager City of Temecula (951) 506-5168 gre .bg utler(c�temeculaca.gov RE: PROPOSAL TO ESTIMATE THE SIZE OF A POLICE HEADQUARTERS AND PATROL STATION FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA Dear Mr. Butler: Pursuant to your request, Citygate Associates, LLC (Citygate) is pleased to present our proposal to assist the City of Temecula (City) in estimating the size and likely parcel assessment needed for a single in -town police facility that could serve the City at its buildout size should the City ever desire to house contracted Sheriff's personnel or its own stand-alone police department. To size police services space needs, our team will first take the data and findings from our recently completed regional police JPA study. We will estimate the personnel needs for a standalone police department at present, plus a small expansion factor for Temecula's envisioned final size. Then, our partner firm on police studies, JKA Architecture from San Diego, will convert the personnel needed into police building needs as well as outside spaces. Citygate and JKA have conducted this work together in the past and we understand both police space usage needs as well as regulations for police services and essential facilities under the California Building Standards Codes. The total space needs will then provide gross acreage needs before zoning setbacks and landscaping. With the space needs information we will be able to assess up to three City -identified sites (assuming vacant or demolished parcels). If a parcel contains an existing building large enough to support the identified space needs, we will then recommend a follow-up study in more detail to assess the cost implications of those required improvements versus the cost of a new building. Such an existing building reuse study (for an additional fee) would include a full assessment of existing building systems and required design upgrades, along with costs to incorporate required improvements. Greg Butler June 9, 2021 Page 2 For our combined space needs and parcel assessment work we will prepare a summary -level report of the personnel, space, and parcel needs; brief the staff, adjust if needed; and then prepare a final report for the City Council subcommittee or full City Council to review. Citygate anticipates the duration of this project to be up to three months and is available to initiate the work upon receipt of the City's signed acceptance of this proposal on the final page of this proposal, along with, if necessary, execution of a contract for professional services. CITYGATE CONSULTANT TEAM Citygate's Project Team includes the following experienced senior Citygate consultants. Chief Stewart W. Gary, MPA, Public Safety Principal Chief Gary is the Public Safety Principal for Citygate Associates and is the retired Fire Chief of the Livermore -Pleasanton Fire Department in Alameda County, California. In 1996 he successfully designed and led the implementation of the Livermore -Pleasanton fire department consolidation, which won a California League of Cities Helen Putnam award. For 14 years, he was the lead instructor and program content developer for the Standards of Coverage process. For many years he annually taught a 40-hour course on this systems approach for fire deployment at the California Fire Academy and he teaches and consults across the United States and Canada on the Standards of Response Coverage process. Gary Elliott, MS, Police Services Specialist Gary Elliott has 29 years of experience in law enforcement at all levels of the organization culminating as the second in command of a medium-sized Sheriff's Office in California, with duties and authority across the entire spectrum of the agency. His experience with the Department includes 18 years on the SWAT Team as a tactical operator, team leader, and commander. He also served in the Investigations Bureau for approximately seven years, first as detective, then as detective sergeant (supervisor), and finally as the Investigative Services Commander. He investigated, supervised, and/or managed hundreds of criminal cases ranging from low-level property crimes, such as fraud, to complex homicide investigations. Mr. Elliott also has extensive leadership experience as a commissioned officer in the United States Army Reserve, with 35 years of service holding positions of steadily increasing responsibility culminating with the rank of Colonel. Jeff Katz Architecture, Public Safety Architectural Specialists e f f k a t z Headquartered in San Diego, CA, JKA is a J KA A R C H I T E C T U R E nationally recognized design firm and has c flie nss flRl 6 IMEl61k(I uc SERVICES IYI(IS Greg Butler June 9, 2021 Page 3 experience ranging from public safety facilities to military to entertainment and parks and recreation. JKA prides itself on repeat clients and encourages the direct contact of past clients to inquire about their experiences with Jeff Katz Architecture. Jeff Katz, AIA, JKA Principal Mr. Katz has practiced architecture since 1983, working with a multitude of private-, public-, and government -sector clients. He is currently licensed to practice architecture in the States of California, Texas, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada. He has overseen the design and construction of more than 70 public safety facilities. He is currently completing design documents for the San Ramon Public Safety Building, which includes new facilities for the City of San Ramon Police Department, San Ramon Fire Protection District Administrative offices, the Joint Emergency Operations Center and Communications Facility, as well the new Los Altos Police EOC project. He has completed numerous space needs assessments for public safety facilities. David C. DeRoos, MPA, CMC, Citygate President Mr. DeRoos has over 30 years of experience as a consultant to local government, preceded by five years as an assistant to the City Administrator. He earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science/Public Service (Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of California, Davis and holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California. Prior to becoming a Principal in Citygate in 1991, he was a Senior Manager in the local government consulting division of Ernst & Young. Mr. DeRoos has provided oversight for all Citygate's public safety engagements. Mr. DeRoos has extensive experience across over 500 projects dealing with complex issues with a diverse set of stakeholders. STUDY COSTS Citygate conducts projects such as this on a time -and -materials basis at the rates listed. All work will be conducted under the close direction of the City and with prior approval. All listening and analysis meetings will be done via Zoom teleconferences. The following price includes presenting a Zoom briefing to the City Council subcommittee. As an option, we list the cost of an additional Zoom -based briefing to the full City Council. Our charges are based on actual time spent by our consultants at their established billing rates, plus reimbursable expenses incurred in conjunction with travel (if incurred) plus a five percent administrative fee to cover printing, clerical, and support services related to the engagement. c flie nss flRl 6 IMEl61k(I uc SERVICES IYI(IS Greg Butler June 9, 2021 Page 4 Consulting Fees Reimbursable F Administration Project Element of Project Team Expenses (5% of Hourly Fees) • - Project Scope • Total Citygate LProjectAmount EL •• •n — Zoom -based •: • • CouncilCity - • • Total with Option• • i • Standard Hourly Billing Rates ��& lass if! cation Citygate President $250 per hour Monsultant David DeRoos Public Safety Principal $250 per hour Stewart Gary Police Services Specialist $195 per hour Gary Elliott JKA Principal Architect $250 per hour Jeff Katz Report Project Administrator $135 per hour Various Administrative Support $95 per hour Various This cost proposal reflects our best effort to be responsive to the City's needs for this study at a reasonable cost. If our proposed scope of work and/or costs are not in alignment with City needs or expectations, we are open to discussing modification of our proposed scope of work and associated costs. This price quote includes one draft report review cycle to be completed by Citygate and the City within 14 calendar days of delivery of the Draft Report. Additional draft cycles or processing delays requested by the City would be billed in addition to the contracted amount at our time and materials rates. The Draft Report will be considered final if there are no suggested changes within thirty (30) days of the delivery of the Draft Report. Billing Schedule We will bill monthly for time, reimbursable expenses incurred at actual costs (travel), plus a five percent (5%) administration charge in lieu of individual charges for copies, phone, etc. Our invoices are payable within thirty (30) days. Citygate's billing terms are net thirty (30) days plus two percent (2%) for day thirty-one (31) and two percent (2%) per month thereafter. Our practice is to send both our monthly status report and invoice electronically. Once we are selected for this project, we will request the email for the appropriate recipients of the electronic documents. Hard copies of these documents will be provided only upon request. We prefer to receive payment by direct deposit, if available. c flie nss flRl 6 IMEl61k(I uc SERVICES IYI(IS Greg Butler June 9, 2021 Page 5 We request that ten percent (10%) of the project cost be advanced at the execution of the contract, to be used to offset our start-up costs. This advance would be credited to our last invoice. Citygate's team of specialists would be honored to be of service to the City. If this proposal is acceptable, you can sign acceptance below or forward a standard consultant contract for us to complete. As President of the firm, I am authorized to execute a binding contract on behalf of Citygate Associates, LLC. Please feel free to contact me at our headquarters office, located in Folsom, California at (916) 458-5100, extension 101 or via e-mail at dderoosAcitygateassociates.com if you wish further information. Sincerely, David C. DeRoos, MPA, CMC, President cc: Project Team Acceptance of Citygate's proposal and terms: Name Title Signature Date cffmflie nss aer�. uc FIRE 6 IMERGICI SERVICES Item No. 7 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Sponsorship Agreement with Athlete Recovery Fund for the USA Pump Track Championships (At the Request of the Economic Development Subcommittee Members Mayor Edwards and Council Member Stewart) PREPARED BY: Dawn Adamiak, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Athlete Recovery Fund for in -kind City support valued at $7,000 and $11,415 for promotional services for the USA Pump Track Championships. BACKGROUND: Velosolutions kicked off the USA Pump Track Championships Qualifiers earlier this year in North Carolina, Arkansas and Texas. Athlete Recovery Fund is working with Velosolutions to host the 4th qualifier at the Temecula Pump Track. With the huge success of the Temecula Pump Track this is an ideal location for the event. The City will receive exposure and recognition from this international event. The finals will be held in September in Arkansas where the winner will move on to compete internationally. Staff received a sponsorship request from Athlete Recovery Fund to provide support for the 2021 USA Pump Track Championships to be held on August 7-8, 2021. The Economic Development Subcommittee of the City Council (Mayor Edwards and Council Member Stewart) met on March 23, 2021, to review the budget on this special event and recommended support at the levels indicated below. The event includes a "jam session" where, during an allotted time period, riders can ride as many laps as they want within his/her category with the top four fastest times in each category moving on to the Super Final. There will also be sponsor booths and a food and beverage vendor area. Participants and out of town spectators are anticipated to stay for the weekend and enjoy the amenities of Temecula, creating positive economic impact. FISCAL IMPACT: The City support costs of $7,000 and in -kind promotional services of $11,415 are included in the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Operating Budget of the various supporting departments. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND ATHLETE RECOVERY FUND THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of this 13"1 day of July, 2021, by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Athlete Recovery Fund, a California nonprofit corporation (hereinafter referred to as the "Nonprofit'). In consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions and undertakings set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: RECITALS This Agreement is made with respect to the following facts and purposes which each of the parties acknowledge and agree are true and correct: a. The Nonprofit shall operate the USA Pump Track Championships (hereinafter referred to as the "Event") on August 7 and August 8, 2021. The Event is a special event which is located at the Pump Track at Ronald Reagan Sports Park. b. The Event includes a jam session where during an allotted time period riders can ride as many laps as they want within his/her category with the top four fastest times in each category moving on to the Super Final; sponsor booths and a food and beverage vendor area. Alcohol will not be served. The City desires to be a Co -Sponsor of the Event. 2. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than December 31, 2021, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. CONSIDERATION a. In exchange for providing the Nonprofit with in -kind city -support services valued at an amount not to exceed [Seven Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($7,000.00) and in -kind promotional services valued at an amount not to exceed Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Fifteen Dollars and No Cents ($11,415.00), as listed in Exhibit B, the City of Temecula shall be designated as a Co -Sponsor of the Event. As a Co -Sponsor the City shall receive sponsor benefits as listed in Exhibit A. 4. WRITTEN REPORT Within ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the Event, the Nonprofit shall prepare and submit to the Assistant City Manager a written report evaluating the Event, its attendance, media coverage, and description of the materials in which the City has listed as a Co -Sponsor. The report shall also include samples of media, press clippings, flyers, pamphlets, etc., in a presentation notebook format. In addition, complete financial statements including a balance sheet, income statement and budget to actual comparison report of the Event must be included in such a written report. 5. PERMITS 12/31 /2020 The Nonprofit shall file an application for a Special Event Permit with the City no later than thirty (30) days prior to the first day of the Event. The City retains its governmental jurisdiction to determine whether to issue the permits and the nature and scope of Conditions of Approval. The Nonprofit shall comply with all conditions of approval for the Special Event Permit, or any other City -issued permits. Failure to comply with the Conditions of Approval of such permits shall constitute a default of this Agreement and is grounds for termination of this Agreement. 6. MEETING ATTENDANCE The Nonprofit shall attend all City pre -event planning meetings and event recap meetings if warranted. 7. INDEMNIFICATION The Nonprofit shall indemnify, protect, defend and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, and representatives from any and all suits, claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of whatsoever kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents and employees may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of the Nonprofit's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement. 8. INSURANCE The Nonprofit shall secure and maintain from a State of California admitted insurance company, pay for and maintain in full force and effect for the duration of this Agreement an insurance policy of comprehensive general liability against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by July 15, 2021, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Sco e of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Recipient owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Recipient has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: Two million ($2,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance is required only if Consultant employs any employees. Consultant warrants and represents to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agencythat it has no employees and that it will obtain the required Worker's Compensation Insurance upon the hiring of any employees. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the NonProfit; products and completed operations of the Recipient; premises owned, occupied or used by the Nonprofit; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Nonprofit. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Nonprofit's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Nonprofit's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state: should the policy be canceled before the expiration date the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail thirty (30) days prior written notice to the City. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Nonprofit shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A -:VI I or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Nonproft shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Nonprofit's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 9. GOVERNING LAW The City and the Nonprofit understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 10. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Nonprofit shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Nonprofit to comply with this section. 11. ASSIGNMENT The Nonprofit shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. 12. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice: Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Recipient: Athlete Recovery Fund Attn: Aaron Cooke 27636 Ynez Road L-7 #314 Temecula, CA 92591 13. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR 12/31 /2020 a. The Nonprofit shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit shall at all times be under the Nonprofit's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Recipient or any of the Nonprofit's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, em�ployees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. The Nonprofit shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. No employee benefits shall be available to the Nonprofit in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to the Nonprofit as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to the Nonprofit for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to the Nonprofit for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 14. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 15. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit and has the authority to bind the Nonprofit to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 12/31 /2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: - Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney ATHLETE RECOVERY FUND (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: 4AaroCooke, President By: na Cooke, Treasurer/Secretary NONPROFIT Athlete Recovery Fund Attn: Aaron Cooke 27636 Ynez Road L-7 #314 Temecula CA 92591 acooke@athieterecoveEgund.org City Purchasing Mgr. Initials and Date: MSV 06-23-2021 12/31 /2020 EXHIBIT "A" CITY OF TEMECULA SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS CO-SPONSOR Athlete Recovery Fund shall provide the following benefits and services for the citizens of the City of Temecula: • City of Temecula logo/name on advertisements • City of Temecula name on all press releases • City of Temecula logo/name on event poster • City of Temecula logo/name on event flyers • City of Temecula logo/name on event t-shirt if applicable **Press Releases will be distributed to all local media, however, publication cannot be guaranteed. Press Releases can also be provided to all sponsors for distribution to their clients, agents, employees, etc. 12/31 /2020 EXHIBIT "B" IN -KIND SERVICES ESTIMATED VALUE OF CITY SUPPORT SERVICES AND COSTS Based on the input from City departments we received estimated cost projections for the USA Pump Track Championships event. The following expenses can be anticipated for the event: Community Services: $ 6,000.00 Fire: $ 500.00 Public Works: 500.00 TOTAL: 7 0 0 ESTIMATED VALUE OF PROMOTIONAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CITY OF TEMECULA The estimated value for in -kind promotional assistance provided by The City of Temecula for the USA Pump Track Championships is as follows: Item Value Auto Mall Marque $ 3,115.00 Appears approximately once every 4 % minutes Cable Channel $ 5,100.00 Event slide appears approximately once per hour for 30 seconds City Website $ 2,200.00 Event listing on the City of Temecula's event calendar Promotional Poster 1,000.00 42X66 poster displayed in the concourse at the Civic Center TOTAL VALUE $ 11,415.00 12/31 /2020 tem No. 8 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Agreement with Musson Theatrical, Inc., for Replacement of the Old Town Temecula Community Theater Lighting System Equipment PREPARED BY: Chariss Turner, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve an agreement with Musson Theatrical, Inc. in the amount of $135,474.99, for the replacement of the Old Town Temecula Community Theater's automated theatrical lighting fixtures. BACKGROUND: On June 11, 2021, the Community Services Department posted a Request for Quotes (RFQ) on the City's online bidding service, Planet Bids, for replacement of the theater automated theatrical lighting fixtures. Three quotes were received. Musson Theatrical, Inc. was the lowest qualified bidder. Staff is recommending award of contract to Musson Theatrical, Inc. The project replaces the existing nine year old automated fixtures, which have been routinely failing over the past couple years, with updated automated fixtures. Theater staff will handle the removal of old equipments and the installation and programming of the new equipment. This will modernize the facility, save money on repairs and replacements, and provide a higher quality experience for patrons and renters. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds have been allocated in the Facility Replacement Fund as part of the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget Process. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement NON-EXCLUSIVE PURCHASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND MUSSON THEATRICAL, INC. AUTOMATED THEATRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021. between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Musson Theatrical, Inc., a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Vendor"), In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than December 31, 2021, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 2. PURCHASE AND SALE OF MERCHANDISE On and subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement and the Agreement Documents, Vendor agrees to sell and deliver to City merchandise as more particularly described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full (hereafter "Merchandise"). This is a non-exclusive agreement between the City and Vendor and no guarantee of purchase or total purchase price as outlined in the section entitled "Purchase Price" is given or implied. This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect unless terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. PURCHASE PRICE The Purchase Price, which City agrees to pay to Vendor for the merchandise, will be as quoted in Exhibit A, with an annual not to exceed amount of One Hundred Thirty -Five Thousand Four Hundred Seventy -Four dollars and Ninety-eight Cents (135,474.98) for the total term of the agreement. Vendor will submit invoices monthly for actual merchandise ordered and received. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth day of each month for merchandise delivered and received. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of the invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of the Vendor's fees, it shall give written notice to the Vendor within thirty (30) days of receipt of the invoice of the disputed fees on the Invoice. The not to exceed purchase amount listed herein is an estimated expenditure and this agreement does not guarantee Vendor this amount in purchases. 4. REJECTION In the event of such notice of non -conformity by City pursuant to the section entitled "Inspection and Acceptance" above, City may, at its option, (1) reject the whole of the Merchandise, (2) accept the whole of the Merchandise, or (3) accept any commercial unit or units of the Merchandise and reject the remainder. The exercise of any of the above options shall be "without prejudice" and with full reservation of any rights and remedies of City attendant upon a breach. In the event of such notice and election by City, City agrees to comply with all reasonable instructions of Vendor and, in the event that expenses are incurred by City in following such instructions, Vendor shall indemnify City in full for such expenses. w31=20 5. NO REPLACEMENTS OF CURE This Agreement calls for strict compliance. Vendor expressly agrees that both the merchandise tendered and the tender itself will conform fully to the terms and conditions of the Agreement on the original tender. In the event of rejection by City of the whole of the merchandise or any part thereof pursuant to the section entitled "Rejection", City may, but is not required to, accept any substitute performance from Vendor or engage in subsequent efforts to effect a cure of the original tender by Vendor. 6. Vendor agrees to defend, indemnify, protect, and hold harmless, the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, and its officers, officials, employees, agents, and volunteers, from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of any kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Vendor's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the Work or the Vendor's performance or non-performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability out of the sole negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 7. AGREEMENT DOCUMENTS a. This Agreement includes the following documents, which are by this reference incorporated herein and made a part hereof: • Description of Merchandise and Price List, attached hereto as Exhibit A • Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto as Exhibit B b. In the event any term or condition of the Agreement Documents conflicts with or is contradictory to any term or condition of the Agreement, the terms and conditions of this Agreement are controlling. C. In the event of a conflict in terms between this Agreement, and a Vendor quote the prices list as attached hereto and incorporated herein prevail over the Vendor's quote. 8. REMEDIES The remedies and rights conferred on the City by this Agreement are in addition to and cumulative with all other remedies and rights accorded the City under law or equity. 9. SURVIVAL OF RERESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES All representations, warranties, covenants and agreements of the parties contained in this Agreement shall survive the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement. 10. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Vendor shall keep itself informed of State and Federal laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service 1v3112020 pursuant to this Agreement. The Vendor shall at all times observe and comply with all such laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Vendor to comply with this section. 11. ASSIGNMENT The Vendor shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. This Agreement shall be binding on, and shall inure to the benefit of, the parties to it and their respective heirs, legal representatives, successors and assigns. Upon termination of the Agreement. Vendor's sale compensation shall be payment for actual equipment received. 12. SEVERABILITY If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable by any court of final jurisdiction, it is the intent of the parties that all other provisions of this Agreement be construed to remain fully valid, enforceable, and binding on the parties. 13. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Vendor at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice; the Vendor shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Vendor the actual value of the merchandise produced up to the time of termination, provided the merchandise was ordered by the City prior to termination of the Agreement. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Vendor will submit an invoice to the City pursuant to the section entitled "Purchase Price." 14. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Vendor, or Vendor's sub -Contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Vendor hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non -contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof or in the business of the Vendor or Vendor's sub -Contractors on this project. Vendor further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 1W112020 15. ENTIRE AGREEMENT: MODIFICATION: WAIVER This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties pertaining to the subject matter hereof and thereof and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements, representations and understandings of the parties, whether oral or written. No supplement, modification or amendment of this Agreement or the Agreement Documents shall be binding unless executed in writing by all the parties. No waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement or the Agreement Documents shall be deemed, or shall constitute, a waiver of any other provision, whether or not similar, nor shall any waiver constitute a continuing waiver. No waiver shall be binding unless executed in writing by the party making the waiver. 16. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: Musson Theatrical, Inc. Attn: Bobbie Odehnal 890 Walsh Avenue Santa Clara, CA 95050 17. EFFECTS OF HEADINGS The subject headings of the sections and subsections of this Agreement are included for convenience only and shall not affect or be considered in the construction or interpretation of any of its provisions. 18. GOVERNING LAW This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with, and governed by, the laws of the State of California as applied to contracts that are executed and performed entirely in California. The City and Vendor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties, and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 12 V2020 19. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Vendor warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Vendor and has the authority to bind the Vendor to the performance of its obligation hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 12/3112020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randl Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney MUSSON THEATRICAL, INC. (Two Signatures or corporate oMe. required unless corporate documents authorize only one parson to also the agreement on behalf or the corporation.) By: Bob Downs, President By: �Vl� Dave Rimerman, Vice President VENDOR MUSSON THEATRICAL, INC. Attn: Bobble Odehnal 890 Walsh Avenue Santa Clara, CA 95050 (800) 843-2837 City Purchasing Mgr. Initials and Date: MSV 06-23-2021 12/3112020 EXHIBIT A Scope of work / Outline of Order or Service Procedure Vendor recognizes and agrees that this Agreement is for the purpose of establishing a contractual relationship between the City of Temecula and the Vendor, for the purchase of goods or services. The procedure for ordering goods or requesting services is set forth as follows: A. Ordering Process 1. The City Manager or his designee shall submit to Vendor a written "Request for Order/Services". The Request for Order/Services shall include a description of the items to be purchased or the services to be completed, the time for delivery or completion of the services, and the plans and specifications for goods and equipment, if any. 2. Within five (5) business days of the date of the Request for Order/Services, Vendor shall respond in writing to the Request for Order/Services and advise the City Manager or his designee whether the goods are available or services can be performed, along with the cost and estimated delivery or start of services. 3. In the event an emergency or service is required, the City Manager or his designee may transmit the Request for Order/Services orally to the Vendor. As soon as practical following the emergency, the Vendor and City designee shall in good faith confirm in writing the scope of the emergency order submitted or services undertaken. 4. Upon acceptance of the Vendors response by the City Manager or his designee the Vendor shall proceed with the order or begin services. The acceptance of the goods and/or performance of the services shall be pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. B. Type of retail goods being procured, but not limited to: 1. Automated Theatrical Lighting Fixtures 1?/31/2020 EXHIBIT B DESCRIPTION OF MERCHANDISE OR SERVICE PRICE LIST AND PAYMENT RATES AND SCHEDULE Type of merchandise procured, but not limited to: 1. Automated Theatrical Lighting Fixtures Cost shall be as per Vendor price listing attached hereto in and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Cost ,of merchandise shall be as quoted, but in no event shall the total Agreement amount exceed $135,474.98 as outlined in Section 3 of this Agreement. Musson Theatrical, Inc. Sales Quotation in the amount of $135,474.98 is attached. 12/31/2020 muss o n 890 Avenue, $Dora Clara, CA 95050 THEA 800-THEATER •Fax 408-986-9552 • www.musson.com THEATRICAL `� 140 Commerce Cir, Sacramento, CA 96815 Musson Theatrical - SALES AND INSTALLATION QUOTATION Rep: Bobbie Odehnal Direct (916) 661-0383 Client: City of Temecula Contact: Bill Strewn Address: Phone: Project: ADJ fixtures EM; Date: 2J1912021 Cell: QN Model# Description Cost Sut-total 30 VIZ870 ADJ VIZI CMV300 fixtures $ 2,15250 $ 64,575.00 $ - S - 30 VIZ370 ADJ VIZI WASH Z37 moving head wash fixtures $1,999.99 $ 59,999.70 $ S $ S --Pnces are valid for 10 days from todays date and must $ - S be versed for purchase outside of that time frame" S $ - 5 $ S $ 5 $ 5 $ 5 $ - S $ $ S subtotal s 124.574.70 tax 8.7ST S 10,900.29 freight $ TOTAL PURCHASES $ 135,474. 91 Page 1 of 1 Item No. 9 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project, Phase IIA - Recycled Water Agreement PREPARED BY: Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer Stacy Fox, Park and Landscape Maintenance Supervisor RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the Recycled Water Agreement between the City of Temecula, Rancho California Water District (RCWD), and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC&WCD) for the Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project, Phase IIA and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement. BACKGROUND: The Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project is a multi -phase project led by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC&WCD) in partnership with the cities of Temecula and Murrieta. The project is divided into the following phases: ➢ Phase I — South of Old Town Temecula to south of First Street ➢ Phase IIA — South of First Street to south of Rancho California Road ➢ Phase IIB — South of Rancho California Road to Winchester Road ➢ Phase III — Construction of 250 acre stormwater detention basin north of Winchester Road and west of Jefferson Avenue ➢ Phase IV — North end of the detention basin to Tenaja Road in the City of Murrieta The project will provide significantly improved flood protection to properties located within and adjacent to the Murrieta Creek flood plain and significantly enhance aquatic habitat and recreational opportunities in Southwest Riverside County. Construction of Phases I and IIA are complete. The design of Phase IIB is also complete. The timing for construction of the remaining phases is yet to be determined, as it is contingent on the appropriation of federal funds. Efforts to secure federal funds through congressional representatives are ongoing. In addition, staff continues to work with RCFC&WCD and USACE on exploring options for the completion of the remaining phases. On August 4, 2004, the City Council approved an agreement titled "Joint Funding of Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project" with RCFC&WCD and the City of Murrieta. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved this agreement on January 11, 2005. Under Section III (7), the City accepted the sole responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the project's recreation elements within its jurisdiction. The maintenance includes the landscaping and irrigation, the trails and its components. One of the recreational components of the project is the construction of trails for pedestrians, bicycles, and equestrians along both sides of Murrieta Creek. Completed Phases I and IIA of the project include a Disintegrated Granite (DG) trail on the west side of Murrieta Creek and an Asphalt Concrete (AC) trail on the east side. These trails include landscaping and irrigation and a safety fence where required. State Water Code Section 13550-13556 requires that potable water shall not be used for non - potable uses if recycled water is readily available. A recycled water line exists to the south of this project. In order for RCWD to supply recycled water to the Murrieta Creek trail, an agreement is required. Per the agreement, the costs for the recycled water will be as follows: 1. During the term of this Agreement, the City shall pay RCWD the in -effect commodity and applicable service charges, which are modified from time to time, as published in RCWD's Customer Guide to Rates and Charges. 2. Recycled water at an average basic quantity in the amount of 7,868 gallons per day for connection G and 5,611 gallons per day for connection J. Said quantity shall be delivered on an "as available" basis. All of these costs will be billed to the City of Temecula on monthly basis. RCWD will have the right to modify or adjust the rate schedule(s) for providing recycled water to reflect changes in the RCWD's operation costs, if any, as determined by RCWD. All of the costs will be based on actual quantities of recycled water deliveries made during the preceding month, based on meter reading at the Point of Delivery. FISCAL IMPACT: The maintenance of the Murrieta Creek trails, including the costs of the recycled water commodity and applicable service charges are included in the Fiscal Year 2021- 2022 Operating Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Recycled Water Agreement RECORDING REQUESTED BY AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO: RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT 42135 WINCHESTER ROAD POST OFFICE BOX 9017 TEMECULA, CA 92589-9017 EXEMPT FROM RECORDING FEE (GOV. CODE §6103) LOCATION NO. SPACE ABOVE THIS LINE FOR RECORDER'S USE RECYCLED WATER AGREEMENT RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT RA — — THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of 20, by and between Rancho California Water District, a public agency ("DISTRICT"), the City of Temecula, a California municipal corporation ("CITY"), and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District ("RCFC"). DISTRICT and CITY and RCFC are collectively referred to herein as "Parties" and individually as "Party". The Parties hereto agree as follows: A. The Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority ("SRRRA"), a Joint Powers Authority formed by several water districts including the DISTRICT, owns and operates a major system of sewage interceptor, transmission, treatment, disposal, and water reclamation facilities, hereafter referred to as DISTRICT's Regional Water Reclamation System; and B. Water that has been completely treated through the DISTRICT's Regional Water Reclamation System shall hereinafter be referred to as "Recycled Water;" and C. DISTRICT affirms that it has the legal right, title and interest in the Recycled Water from the Regional Water Reclamation System necessaryto convey Recycled Waterto the CITY pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and D. DISTRICT Pipelines conveying Recycled Water shall hereinafter be referred to as" Recycled Water Mains"; and E. In accordance with DISTRICT policies, the the operation of the DISTRICT's Regional made available for approved uses; and Recycled Water, which results from Water Reclamation System, has been 6002 8.00002\32972137.2 F. RCFC own a certain number of parcels that are part of the Murrieta Creek Phase IIA project, which includes landscaping, recreational amenities open to public use, and other improvements located on the parcels identified in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein ("Service Parcels"); and G. CITY and RCFC desire to receive Recycled Water service from DISTRICT for the Service Parcels; provided, however, that CITY shall be the Party responsible for purchasing, accepting delivery of, controlling, and making use of Recycled Water under this Agreement; and H. CITY desires to purchase, accept delivery of, control, and use the quantity of Recycled Water provided for in Section 4 herein for approved irrigation purposes within the boundaries of the DISTRICT on all of the Service Parcels, under the terms and conditions set forth herein; and I. RCFC consents to CITY purchasing, accepting delivery of, controlling, and using Recycled Water on those certain Service Parcels owned by RCFC; and J. CITY acknowledges and agrees that the terms and conditions of this Agreement apply to all parcels identified as the Service Parcels in this Agreement and Exhibit A, whether or not owned by CITY; and K. Such sales and deliveries would be in accordance with the DISTRICT's policy of using Recycled Water for beneficial purposes; and L. DISTRICT is willing to sell and deliver Recycled Water for irrigation purposes under the terms and conditions set forth below. In consideration of the mutual covenants herein contained, it is mutually agreed as follows: 1. SALE AND DELIVERY TERMS AND CONDITIONS A. Point of Delivery The Recycled Water delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be measured through DISTRICT -owned, -operated, and -maintained metering facilities located at the point of delivery ("Point of Delivery") shown on the attached Exhibit "B." Any facilities that have been or shall be installed by DISTRICT at CITY's request shall be paid for by the CITY, in accordance with applicable DISTRICT Rules and Regulations. B. Availability Acknowledgment The CITY and RCFC acknowledge that the DISTRICT does not guarantee the availability of Recycled Water throughout the term of this Agreement due to possible changes in regulatory agency requirements, reduction in plant flow, demands from other Recycled Water use areas, or other conditions beyond DISTRICT's control. Should the Recycled Water become unavailable for any reason during the term of this Agreement, CITY and RCFC reserve the right to terminate this Agreement. 60028.00002\32972137.2 2 CITY and RCFC hold DISTRICT free and harmless from any and all legal liabilities and economic losses that either may sustain as the result of discontinuance or reduction in amount of delivery of Recycled Water due to any of the reasons specified above. C. Pressure The Recycled Water to be delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall, as far as possible, be delivered to the Point of Delivery as shown on the attached Exhibit "B." CITY shall be responsible, at CITY's sole cost, for providing any and all devices to increase or decrease delivery pressure, or any and all conveyance equipment including, but not limited to, pressure regulating valves, piping, and pressure boosting pumps required to deliver the Recycled Water to the point(s) of use. CITY agrees not to operate the Recycled Water system in a fashion that may cause surge pressures to propagate past the Point of Delivery into the DISTRICT's Recycled Water Mains. D. Facility Provision and Operational Responsibility (1) DISTRICT shall: a. Provide and operate its Regional Water Reclamation System facilities, up to and including the Point of Delivery, in compliance with the applicable requirements of DISTRICT, federal, state and local regulatory agencies; b. Supply CITY with Recycled Water in accordance with this Agreement, and which meets or exceeds all applicable federal, state and local regulatory agency quality standards; and c. Monitor Recycled Water deliveries and use sites as it deems necessary and in accordance with applicable federal, state and local regulatory agency requirements. (2) CITY shall: a. Make application for Recycled Water service; b. Pay all fees and deposits for Recycled Water service; c. Post all required warning signs informing the public and all on -site personnel (employees, tenants, and occupants) that Recycled Water is being used on -site for irrigation purposes. d. Designate a site supervisor ("Site Supervisor"). The Site Supervisor will: (i) Be knowledgeable about Recycled Water and how it is manufactured. (ii) Be the contact person for Service Parcels, and be available at all times to contact and respond in the event of an irrigation emergency. CITY shall notify RCFC if the emergency is on RCFC parcels. 60028.00002\32972137.2 3 (iii) Be knowledgeable about the practices and procedures of using Recycled Water for irrigation purposes. (iv) Be responsible for the safe and efficient use of Recycled Water. (v) Provide instruction and training to on -site personnel in the proper handling of Recycled Water and the potential health hazards involved with its use. (vi) Submit plans to the DISTRICT and RCFC for all proposed changes to the irrigation system on the Service Parcels for review and approval prior to any modifications being made. (vii) Have all proposed changes approved by the DISTRICT inspected by the DISTRICT's staff during construction. (viii) Maintain irrigation system record drawings of Service Parcels. (ix) Communicate all Recycled Water rules and regulations to on -site personnel. (x) Be knowledgeable of all on -site potable water systems, and take appropriate measures to prevent cross - connection with the Recycled Water system. (xi) Inform DISTRICT of all system failures or cross -connection events so that appropriate measures may be taken to mitigate the contamination or pollution. If the CITY desires to designate another person as Site Supervisor, then the CITY is responsible for notifying DISTRICT in writing of such action. In the event that someone other than the CITY is designated as the Site Supervisor and this person is no longer associated with the property, the CITY shall again be considered the Site Supervisor and will assume the above -listed requirements until an approved Site Supervisor is designated. e. Identify all above -ground fittings and appurtenances, etc. as containing Recycled Water and not suitable for human consumption. Signs shall be painted or otherwise permanently affixed to equipment. f. Altogether avoid introducing Recycled Water into any potable or domestic water piping system and no connection shall be made between equipment containing, or having contained, Recycled Water and any part of a domestic water system until such time as equipment has been properly disinfected. g. Take full responsibility for providing, operating, maintaining and repairing CITY pipelines, together with all appurtenant facilities, as are necessary to accept, convey, control, and use the Recycled Water in compliance with the applicable requirements of DISTRICT, federal, state 60028.00002\32972137.2 4 and local regulatory agencies on their respective owned or controlled lands. h. Allow Recycled Water to be used only on the areas depicted on the attached Exhibit A and irrigation construction plans. i. Allow Recycled Water use between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. E. CITY Acknowledgment CITY acknowledges it is understood that: (1) DISTRICT's Regional Water Reclamation System's purpose is to control the biological quality of the Recycled Water resulting from its operation. (2) Said System is not equipped to detect, treat, or remove harmful chemicals or toxic materials, except as required to meet federal, state and local regulatory agency discharge standards. F. Indemnification CITY, RCFC and the DISTRICT each agree, to the fullest extent permitted by law, to indemnify and hold the other Parties, and their respective directors, officers, employees, elected officials, Board of Supervisors, or authorized volunteers as applicable, harmless from any claims, damage, liability, or cost (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs of defense) to the extent caused by a violation of this Agreement or the indemnifying Party's negligent acts, errors, or omissions in the performance of this Agreement, including such negligent acts, errors, or omissions by sub -contractors or others for whom the indemnifying Party is legally liable; provided, however, that this indemnity shall not apply to any acts, errors, or omissions attributable to the indemnified Party, its directors, officers, employees, authorized volunteers, sub -contractors, or to any others for whom the indemnified Party is legally liable. 2. USE TERMS AND CONDITIONS Use of the Recycled Water delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be subject to the following terms and conditions: A. Rules and Regulations All Recycled Water delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be used only for approved uses, including irrigation, on the Service Parcels in compliance with applicable rules and regulations of DISTRICT, federal, state and local regulatory agencies. This Agreement has no application to the operation of the DISTRICT's sewer and domestic water operation, including the assessment of fees and the enforcement of 60028.00002\32972137.2 5 rules and regulations pertaining thereto. CITY must, on behalf of itself and RCFC, comply with all rules and regulations of the DISTRICT pertaining to any properties owned by RCFC that connect to the DISTRICT's Regional Water Reclamation System under this Agreement. Failure to observe all regulations governing the use of Recycled Water will result in the immediate termination of Recycled Water service until such time as the deficiencies are corrected to the satisfaction of the DISTRICT. Failure to observe said regulations shall be subject to Unauthorized Use Charges established by the DISTRICT. B. Reclamation Requirements CITY shall apply to the DISTRICT for all applicable use permits. DISTRICT shall apply for all required Permits of Reclamation Requirements from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, hereinafter referred to as the Regional Board, covering the use of the disinfected Recycled Water to be delivered and used pursuant to this Agreement. CITY shall comply with the provisions of such Reclamation Requirements. CITY shall use Recycled Water on only those areas specified in such Reclamation Requirements, unless otherwise provided for in future amendments to said Reclamation Requirements. C. Responsibility for Conveyance and Control (1) DISTRICT DISTRICT shall be solely responsible for conveying and controlling the Recycled Water up to and including the Point of Delivery provided for in Section LA., above. (2) CITY CITY shall be responsible for conveying and controlling, in compliance with applicable regulatory agency requirements, the Recycled Water delivered through RCFC facilities ("RCFC's Facilities"), from the Point of Delivery as shown on the attached Exhibit "B," and the DISTRICT shall have no responsibility whatsoever relative to said RCFC's Facilities. 3. PURCHASE PRICE During the term of this Agreement, the CITY shall pay to the DISTRICT the in -effect commodity and applicable service charges, which are modified from time to time, as published in the DISTRICT's Customer Guide to Rates and Charges. The DISTRICT reserves the right to modify or adjust the rate schedule(s) for providing Recycled Water to reflect changes in the DISTRICT's operating costs, if any, as determined by the DISTRICT. 4. QUANTITY DISTRICT agrees to sell and deliver and CITY agrees to purchase, accept delivery of, control, and use Recycled Water at an average basic quantity in the amount of 7,868 gallons per day 60028.00002\32972137.2 6 for Connection G and 5,611 gallons per day for Connection J. Said quantity shall be delivered on an "as available" basis. 5. BILLING FOR RECYCLED WATER DISTRICT will render monthly billings for Recycled Water deliveries made during the preceding month, based on the meter reading at the Point of Delivery. Billings, in accordance with the DISTRICT's prevailing rules and regulations, shall be paid within thirty days of the date thereof. Any late payments shall be considered delinquent and shall be subject to the DISTRICT's standard penalty charges and disconnection procedures then in effect. 6. ASSIGNMENT Except as provided below, the CITY shall not assign any of its individual or collective rights under this Agreement to any person or entity, or become associated with any other party involving, in any way, the Recycled Water to be delivered pursuant to this Agreement without the prior written consent of the DISTRICT and of any regulatory agencies having jurisdiction, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. In the event CITY or RCFC desires to enter into a transaction for the sale or financing of one or more of the Service Parcels, DISTRICT will not unreasonably withhold its consent to continue to provide Recycled Water contingent upon the new owner complying with the terms of this Agreement or entering into a similar agreement. 7. TERM OF AGREEMENT The term of this Agreement shall begin with the date of Agreement (first written above) and shall continue until terminated by the CITY, DISTRICT, or RCFC in accordance with Section 8 herein. 8. CANCELLATION A. CITY, DISTRICT, or RCFC shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, with no financial liability to the other Party, by giving thirty days' written notice, and upon the mutual agreement of all Parties, or in accordance with Section 1.B. herein. B. DISTRICT shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, with no financial liability to the CITY, for CITY's noncompliance with applicable use or payment requirements; provided CITY have been provided notice of noncompliance and shall have ten days from the notice to cure noncompliance for non-payment shall have a reasonable period of time to cure other noncompliance for other provisions of the Agreement, but not less than sixty days. C. Notwithstanding Section 1.B., the DISTRICT shall also have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving the CITY ten days' written notice in the event the wastewater treatment criteria under which the DISTRICT currently operates is changed by operation of law, or by any regulatory agency having jurisdiction, such that the DISTRICT's Regional Water Reclamation System, as it presently exists, cannot 60028.00002\32972137.2 7 produce wastewater that complies with such changes without incurring additional costs or modifications to said facilities. D. Upon termination of this Agreement by either the CITY or the DISTRICT, within thirty calendar days of termination, the CITY shall make a payment to the DISTRICT for all costs to remove Recycled Water service from the Point of Delivery to the DISTRICT's Recycled Water Main (hereinafter referred to a "Service Lateral"). After thirty calendar days, if a payment has not been made by the CITY, the DISTRICT may elect to remove the Service Lateral and lien the CITY lands for the amount due. In addition, RCFC may withdraw from this Agreement upon thirty days' written notice to DISTRICT and CITY. In the event of withdrawal, the DISTRICT shall no longer deliver Recycled Water to the parcels identified as being owned by RCFC. In the event of withdrawal, CITY shall make payment to the DISTRICT for all costs to remove a Service Lateral related to RCFC's parcels. After thirty calendar days, if a payment has not been made by the CITY, the DISTRICT may elect to remove the Service Lateral and lien the CITY lands for the amount due. 9. RECORDATION AGAINST TITLE This Agreement shall be recorded against the title to the real property for which Recycled Water is used pursuant to this Agreement in the county in which the real property is situated. The obligations set forth herein shall accordingly transfer to subsequent purchasers of the real property. 10. ATTORNEYS' FEES In the event of litigation or arbitration between the Parties hereto arising out of this Agreement, the Parties shall bear their own attorney's fees and costs. 11. PREPARATION OF THIS AGREEMENT This Agreement shall not be construed against the Party preparing it, but shall be construed as if all Parties prepared it. 12. CAPTIONS Captions to Sections/Subsections of this Agreement are for convenience purposes only and are not part of this Agreement. 13. PROVISIONS BINDING This Agreement and its exhibits attached shall be binding upon and shall inure to the CITY and RCFC and their heirs, representatives, successors, and assigns of the Parties of this Agreement. The Parties intend that the benefits and burdens described herein constitute covenants running with the land for the benefit of the CITY and RCFCD lands. 60028.00002\32972137.2 14. CERTIFICATION The RECYCLED WATER SITE SUPERVISOR hereby certifies compliance with all operational responsibilities contained in Section 1.D.(2) above. 15. AUTHORITY TO SIGN AGREEMENT The undersigned individuals hereby warrant and represent that they each have full legal authority to sign this Agreement and bind the Parties hereto. 16. RECITALS The above Recitals are true and correct and are incorporated as though fully set forth herein. 17. COUNTERPARTS This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which will be an original, but all of which together will constitute one instrument. Each Party of this Agreement agrees to the use of electronic signatures, such as digital signatures that meet the requirements of the California Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (("CUETA") Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1633.1 to 1633.17), for executing this Agreement. The Parties further agree that the electronic signatures of the Parties included in this Agreement are intended to authenticate this writing and to have the same force and effect as manual signatures. Electronic signature means an electronic sound, symbol, or process attached to or logically associated with an electronic record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the electronic record pursuant to CUETA as amended from time to time. CUETA authorizes use of an electronic signature for transactions and contracts among parties in California, including a government agency. Digital signature means an electronic identifier, created by computer, intended by the Party using it to have the same force and effect as the use of a manual signature, and shall be reasonably relied upon by the Parties. For purposes of this section, a digital signature is a type of "electronic signature" as defined in subdivision (i) of Section 1633.2 of the Civil Code. SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE(S) 60028.00002\32972137.2 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Recycled Water Agreement has been executed as of the day, month, and year first above written. RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT 0 Robert S. Grantham, General Manager Date 60028.00002\32972137.2 10 CITY OF TEMECULA pLvIaa Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney 6002 8.00002\32972137.2 RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL: 0 JASON E. UHLEY General Manager -Chief Engineer RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT KAREN SPIEGEL, Chair Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors Date: /e\ll:16ITLI AmIld GREGORY P. PRIAMOS KECIA R. HARPER County Counsel Clerk of the Board By By Deputy County Counsel Deputy (SEAL) 60028.00002\32972137.2 12 Exhibit "A" Service Parcel List and Map 6002 8.00002\32972137.2 EXHIBIT A: SERVICE PARCEL LIST AND MAP ; z 2 .:A E � /l4Y/,////////// IL CITY OF TEMECULA c, of ^- 25 // 2 28 29/ 24 t�.Q F a NOT TO SCALE, it w CITY OF TEMECULA \S / 1• '4 // '- NOT TO SCALE 0 LEGEND SERVICE PARCEL LIST ® SERVICE PARCEL IDENTIFIER O 7020-509B O 7021-30A [O 7021-26C 15 7021-25 Q 7021-18B ©7021-18A1 30 7021-16B [921-280-015] [922-026-025] [922-035-030] [922-035-032] [922-036-044] [922-100-049] ® SERVICE PARCEL O 7020-509BB © 7021-29 7021-1627 7021-18C1 2� 7021-21B © 7021-19 3 [ 7021-15B [921-280-016] [922-053-045] [922-036-037] [922-061_022] [922-100-051] 702X-XXXX RCFC PARCEL NUMBER O 7020-509C 7 7021-28 12 7021-26D 77 7021-23 22 7021-21A © 7021-17C Q 7021-14 [92X-XXX-XXX] [ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NUMBER] [921-280-013] [922-053-024] [922-035-004] [922-053-046] [922-100-045] [922-100-039] 7021-31A 7021-26A 7021-24B 7021-18D 7021-20 7021-17B [922-026-034] $ [922-035-027] 3 [922-053-043] l8 [922-053-049] 3 [922-046_012] 8 [922-100-041] ® [922-026-036] 7021-26B 7021-24A 7021-22 7021-17A [922-026-038] O [922-035-028] 14 19 [ 29 922-053-039] ®7021-32A [922-100-043] [922-026-042] [922-053-041] ENGINEER: RLD DATE: 05/12/21 MURRIETA CREEK FLOOD CONTROL, ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AND RECREATION PROJECT RECYCLED WATER AGREEMENT Exhibit "B" DISTRICT METERING FACILITIES LOCATED AT THE POINT OF DELIVERY 6002 8.00002\32972137.2 EXHIBIT B: DISTRICT METERING FACILITIES LOCATED AT THE POINT OF DELIVERY Connection J r f 9 Nro C Or rr 1 i y _ I r - lilt o .� � t � r �, `� ors : � - • Connection G 0 100 � 1� �� 6 n 1 , r. - - Street POO LEGEND u , -`°� CITY OF TEMECULA E fl 0 300- ® DISTRICT METERING FACILITY �" $ MURRIETA CREEK FLOOD CONTROL, ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AND RECREATION PROJECT RECYCLED WATER AGREEMENT ENGINEER: RLD I DATE: 05/12/21 RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT APPLICATION FOR USE OF RECYCLED WATER PROJECT NAME: PROJECT ADDRESS: LOCATION: DEVELOPER: CONTACT PERSON: ADDRESS: PHONE: *SITE SUPERVISOR: PHONE: (DAY) (NIGHT) PAGER: DESCRIPTION OF RECYCLED WATER USE START DATE: END DATE: QUANTITY (GALLONS PER DAY): DAILY MEANS OF DISTRIBUTION: DEVELOPER SIGNATURE CUSTOMER SIGNATURE DATE DATE *MUST BE ABLE TO CONTACT 24 HOURS/DAY 60028.00002\32972137.2 Item No. 10 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick A. Thomas, Director of Public Works / City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Agreements for Consultant Services with Dudek, FALCON Engineering Services, Inc., NV5, Inc., and Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. for On -Call Construction Management Services for Fiscal Years 2021-22 and 2022-23 PREPARED BY: Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer Avlin R. Odviar, Senior Civil Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the agreements for consultant services with Dudek, FALCON Engineering Services, Inc., NV5, Inc., and Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc., in the amount of $1,000,000 each, for on -call construction management services for Fiscal Years 2021-22 and 2022-23. BACKGROUND: On March 4, 2021, the City advertised the Request For Proposals (RFP) No. 256 for On -Call Construction Management Services on its online bidding service, PlanetBids. Proposals were received from twenty-two (22) firms by the deadline of March 25, 2021. All proposals were evaluated and ranked competitively based on factors including responsiveness, qualifications, experience, technical approach and understanding, and pricing. Members of a selection committee performed independent evaluations of each proposal and conferred collectively as a group. The top four proposals were received from: • Dudek • FALCON Engineering Services, Inc. • NV5, Inc. • Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. The services of these firms will be utilized within the Department of Public Works for Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Land Development (LD), and Maintenance projects, as needed. They will be called upon to provide all levels of involvement, from supplementing staff with additional inspectors during periods of high construction activity to providing full construction contract administration and management on larger, complex projects. When service is needed, Department staff will establish a scope of work and obtain a cost proposal from one or more of the firms. Once an agreeable scope and fee has been finalized, appropriations from an adopted CIP project budget or LD and Maintenance operating budget will be allocated to support the work. Each agreement includes a two-year initial term, three optional renewals of one-year each, a maximum monetary value of $1,000,000, and provisions for adjustment in payment rates at each one-year renewal which will be considered in conjunction with the local Consumer Price Index. Together, these on -call agreements will provide fast and flexible professional services needed to support the Department's dynamic needs and augment City staff when necessary. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with the approval of the agreements. Funds to support any service implemented under the agreements will come from approved CIP or operating budgets. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Agreement with Dudek 2. Agreement with FALCON Engineering Services, Inc. 3. Agreement with NV5, Inc. 4. Agreement with Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND DUDEK ON -CALL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021 between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Dudek, a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant'). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2023, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. The City may, upon mutual agreement, extend the agreement for three (3) additional one (1) year terms. In no event shall the contract be extended beyond June 30, 2026. If Agreement is extended beyond the original term, the Consultant may request an adjustment to the payment rates and schedule of payment in accordance with the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers in the Los Angeles -Anaheim -Riverside Area using April year over year change by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2. SERVICES Consultant shall perform the services and tasks described and set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Consultant shall complete the tasks according to the schedule of performance which is also set forth in Exhibit A. 3. PERFORMANCE Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, perform all tasks described herein. Consultant shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Consultant hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Agreement from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at http://www.dir.ca. . Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or sub -contractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Agreement. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 5. REGISTRATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELA Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks,html 6. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. This amount shall not exceed One Million Dollars ($ 1,000,000.00) for the total term of this agreement unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. C. Consultant will submit invoices monthly for actual services performed. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth business day of each month, for services provided in the previous month. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of each invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of Consultant's fees, it shall give written notice to Consultant within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the invoice. For all reimbursements authorized by this Agreement, Consultant shall provide receipts on all reimbursable expenses in excess of Fifty Dollars ($50) in such form as approved by the Director of Finance. 7. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Consultant at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Consultant shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Consultant the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Consultant will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 8. DEFAULT OF CONSULTANT a. The Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Consultant is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Consultant. If such failure by the Consultant to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Consultant's control, and without fault or negligence of the Consultant, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Consultant is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Consultant with written notice of the default. The Consultant shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Consultant fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 9. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission of the Consultant. With respect to computer files containing data generated for the work, Consultant shall make available to the City, upon reasonable written request by the City, the necessary computer software and hardware for purposes of accessing, compiling, transferring and printing computer files. 10. INDEMNIFICATION The Consultant agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees or volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Consultant's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 11. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 4) Professional Liability Coverage: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in aggregate. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-: VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Consultant is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Consultant shall at all times be under Consultant's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Consultant shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Consultant as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Consultant for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Consultant for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 13. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Consultant to comply with this section. 14. RELEASE OF INFORMATION a. All information gained by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and shall not be released by Consultant without City's prior written authorization. Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not without written authorization from the City Manager or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement or relating to any project or property located within the City. Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena. b. Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under or with respect to any project or property located within the City. City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant and/or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding. Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant. However, City's right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response. 15. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: Dudek Attn: George Litzinger, P.E., Project Principal 605 Third Street Encinitas, CA 92802 16. ASSIGNMENT The Consultant shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Consultant's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Consultant. 17. LICENSES At all times during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 18. GOVERNING LAW The City and Consultant understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 19. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Consultant, or Consultant's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Consultant hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof, or in the business of the Consultant or Consultant's sub -contractors on this project. Consultant further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 21. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Consultant warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Consultant and has the authority to bind Consultant to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney DUDEK (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) 01 By: e onaco, President By: &klu �� -d Q- Christine Moore, Chief Financial Officer CONSULTANT Dudek George Litzin er, P.E. 605 Third Street Encinitas, CA 92024 (619) 980-7048 glitzinger@dudek.com PM In'ti Date: D EXHIBIT A Tasks to be Performed The specific elements (scope of work) includes on -call construction management services for Public Works projects. The general scope of services for each project will vary. Typical services that may be required on public works projects could include, but may not be limited to some or all of the following services: 1. Professional project management and construction contract administration, including correspondence, scheduling, progress meetings, progress payments, reporting, logging, filing, community outreach, inter -agency coordination, etc. 2. Professional Inspection. This may include one or more of the following: civil, structural, survey, electrical, hydraulic, traffic, geotechnical, landscaping and irrigation, and wet/dry utilities. 3. Quality Assurance, including materials sampling and testing. 4. Environmental compliance, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) implementation and resource agency permits. 5. Utility coordination. 6. Labor, health, and safety compliance. 7. Pre -construction services. This will include reviewing contract plans, specifications, agreements, and contract documents; providing assistance in responding to Requests For Information (RFI) during bidding; providing assistance in Bid Analysis; meeting and establishing communication protocols with the City's Oversight Engineer and Project Manager, Design Engineer, and execute all preconstruction meetings. 8. Post -construction Services. This will include preparation of as-builts, punchlist and final documentation and turnover of project files. EXHIBIT B Payment Rates and Schedule DUDEK 2021 STANDARD SCHEDULE OF CHARGES ENGINEERING SERVICES Project Director........................................................................... $295.00/hr Principal Engineer III................................................................... $275.001hr Principal Engineer II.................................................................... $265,001hr Principal Engineer I..................................................................... $255.00/hr Program Manager....................................................................... $240.00/hr Senior Project Manager.............................................................. $240.00/hr Project Manager......................................................................... $235.00/hr Senior Engineer III...................................................................... $230.00/hr Senior Engineer II...................................................................... $220.00/hr Senior Engineer I....................................................................... $210 00/hr Project Engineer IV/Technician IV....._ ........... ...... ...... $200.00/hr Project Engineer IlUrechnician III ................................................ $190,001hr Project Engineer II/Technician II .................................................. $175.00/hr Project Engineer I/rechnician I .................................................... $160.00lhr Senior Designer.......................................................................... $180.00/hr Designer... : ......................................... * .................................. $170." r Assistant Designer...................................................................... $165.00/hr CADD Operator III...................................................................... $160.00Ru CADDOperator II....................................................................... S150.001hr CADDOperator I........................................................................ $135.00/hr CADD Drafter........................................................................... $125.00/hr CADDTechnician....................................................................... $115.00/hr Project Coordinator ..................................................................... $140.00/hr Engineering Assistant................................................................. $120.00/hr ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Project Director........................................................................... $245.00/hr Senior Specialist IV..................................................................... $23MOO/hr Senior Specialist III..................................................................... $220.001hr Senior Specialist II:................................................................ $200.00/hr Senior Specialist I....................................................................... $190.00/hr Specialist V................................................................................. $180.001hr Specialist IV................................................................................ $170.001hr Specialist III................................................................................ $1W.W/hr Specialist II................................................................................. $145.001hr Specialist I.................................................................................. $130.00/hr AnalystV.................................................................................... $120.00/hr Analyst IV................................................................................... $110.00/hr Analyst III.................................................................................... $100.00/hr AnalystIt... ................................................................ ................... $90.00/hr AnalystI........................................................................................ $80.00/hr Technician V............................................................................... $100.00/hr TechnicianIV ................. ................................. - ............ ................ $90.00/hr Technician III................................................................................$80.00/hr TechnicianII-............................................................................... $70.00/hr Technician I ............... -............................................ ..................... $61001hr Compliance Monitor........................................................ ............ - $95.00/hr DATA MANAGEMENT SERVICES GISProgrammer I....................................................................... $185.0011hr GIs Specialist IV.. .............................. ...... . ................. .... $160,001hr GIS Specialist III......................................................................... $150.00/hr GIS Specialist II.......................................................................... $140.001hr GISSpecialist I........................................................................... $130.00/hr Data Analyst III........................................................................... $100.00/hr DataAnalyst II.............................................................................. $90.00/hr Data Analyst I............................................................................... $80.00/hr UAS Pilot.................................................................................... $100.00/hr CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES PrincipaUManager ....................................................................... $195.00/hr Senior Construction Manager ..................................................... $180.00/hr Senior Project Manager .............................................................. $165.001hr Construction Manager ................................................................ $155.001hr Project Manager ......................................................................... $145.001hr Resident Engineer ............. ........................ ... .................... ......... $145.00/hr Construction Engineer ................................................................ $140.00/hr On -site Owners Representative.................................................. $140.001hr Construction Inspector III............................................................ $130.00/hr Construction Inspector II............................................................. $120.00/hr Construction Inspector I.............................................................. $110.00/hr Prevailing Wage Inspector.,., .... ...... ....................... ......... $135.00/hr HVDROGEOLOGy/HAZWASTE SERVICES Project Director................ ............................ ....................... ......... $285.00RIr Principal HydrogeologistlEngineer II ................................ .$265.00/hr Principal Hydrogeologist/Engineer I ...................... .............. .........$250.00/hr Sr. Hydrogeologist IWEngineer IV ............................................... $235.00/hr Sr. Hydrogeologist III/Engineer III ........................... .............. .......S220.00/hr Sr. Hydrogeologist II/Engineer II ............... .......................... .........$205.00/hr Sr. Hydrogeologist I/Engineer I....................................................$190.00/hr Hydrogeologist VI/Engineer VI .................................................... $180.00/hr Hydrogeologist WEngineer V.................... .................. ................. $170.00/hr Hydrogeologist IV/Engineer IV ............... .............. ............ ............ $160.0DRIr Hydrogeologist III/Engineer III ................ ... ......................... ___ ....$150.00/hr HydrogeologistII/Engineer ll.................................. ..................... $140.00fhr Hydrogeologist VEngineer I..........................................................$130.00/hr Technician................................................................................... $100.00/hr DISTRICT MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS District General Manager. .................. ...... . ................................ .$195.00thr District Engineer-_. ..................................................................... $185.001hr Operations Manager...................................................................$160.00/hr District Secretary/Accountant......................................................$120.00/hr Collections System Manager.......................................................$135.00/hr Grade V Operator........................................................................$125.00/hr Grade IV Operator.......................................................................$110.00/hr Grade III Operator........................................................................$100.00/hr Grade II Operator ......................................................................... $75.00/hr Grade I Operator .......................................................................... $70.00/hr Operator in Training..... .... ........ - _._ ................ $65.001hr Collection Maintenance Worker ................................................... $75.00RIr CREATIVE SERVICES 3DGraphic Artist......................................................................$180.00lhr Graphic Designer IV .................... ................................................ $160.00/hr Graphic Designer III .................... ........................ ......................... $145.00/hr Graphic Designer II .............. ....................... ................................. $130 00/hr Graphic Designer I ........... .......................................... .................. $115 00/hr PUBLICATIONS SERVICES Technical Editor III ............... ................................ ........................ $145.00/hr Technical Editor II ................ ........................................................ $130.001hr Technical Editor I.........................................................................$115.001hr Publications Specialist Ill... ......................................... ................ .$105 001hr Publications Specialist It ................................................................ $95.00/hr Publications Specialist I................................................................ $85.00/hr Clerical Administration. ........... ............. .... _ ......................... $90.001hr Forensic Engineering - Court appearances, depositions, and intonogatones as expert witness will be billed at 2 00 times normal rates Emergency and Holidays - Minimum charge of Iwo hours will be billed at 1 75 limes the normal m10 Material and Outside Seniees - Subcontractors, rental of special equipment, special reproductions and bluepnnhrtg, outside data processing and computersernces, etc are charged at 1 15 times the direct cast Travel Expenses -Mileage at currem IRS allowable rates Per diem where overnight slav is irrvolved is charged at cost Invoices, Late Charges -All fees will be billed to Client monthly and shah be due and payable upon receipt Invoices are delinquent if not paid within 30 days from the data bill invoice Client agrees to pay a monthly late charge equal to 1% per month of the outstanding balance until paid in NII Annual Irsrenes-Unless idenhhed otherwise, these standard rates will increase 3%annually The rates listed above assume prevailing wage rates does not apply If this assumption is incorrect Dudek reserves the right to adjust its rates accorchngly +geiLzAinger. GPE Pal March 23, 2021 Date D U D E K Effective January 1, 2021 AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND FALCON ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. ON -CALL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021 between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and FALCON Engineering Services, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2023, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. The City may, upon mutual agreement, extend the agreement for three (3) additional one (1) year terms. In no event shall the contract be extended beyond June 30, 2026. If Agreement is extended beyond the original term, the Consultant may request an adjustment to the payment rates and schedule of payment in accordance with the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers in the Los Angeles -Anaheim -Riverside Area using April year over year change by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2. SERVICES Consultant shall perform the services and tasks described and set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Consultant shall complete the tasks according to the schedule of performance which is also set forth in Exhibit A. 3. PERFORMANCE Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, perform all tasks described herein. Consultant shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Consultant hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Agreement from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at http://www.dir.ca.y-ov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or sub -contractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Agreement. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 5. REGISTRATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to httr)://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html 6. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. This amount shall not exceed One Million Dollars ($ 1,000,000.00) for the total term of this agreement unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. C. Consultant will submit invoices monthly for actual services performed. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth business day of each month, for services provided in the previous month. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of each invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of Consultant's fees, it shall give written notice to Consultant within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the invoice. For all reimbursements authorized by this Agreement, Consultant shall provide receipts on all reimbursable expenses in excess of Fifty Dollars ($50) in such form as approved by the Director of Finance. 7. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Consultant at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Consultant shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Consultant the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Consultant will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 8. DEFAULT OF CONSULTANT a. The Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Consultant is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Consultant. If such failure by the Consultant to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Consultant's control, and without fault or negligence of the Consultant, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Consultant is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Consultant with written notice of the default. The Consultant shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Consultant fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 9. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission of the Consultant. With respect to computer files containing data generated for the work, Consultant shall make available to the City, upon reasonable written request by the City, the necessary computer software and hardware for purposes of accessing, compiling, transferring and printing computer files. 10. INDEMNIFICATION The Consultant agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees or volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Consultant's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 11. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 4) Professional Liability Coverage: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in aggregate. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-: VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Consultant is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Consultant shall at all times be under Consultant's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Consultant shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Consultant as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Consultant for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Consultant for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 13. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Consultant to comply with this section. 14. RELEASE OF INFORMATION a. All information gained by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and shall not be released by Consultant without City's prior written authorization. Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not without written authorization from the City Manager or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement or relating to any project or property located within the City. Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena. b. Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under or with respect to any project or property located within the City. City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant and/or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding. Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant. However, City's right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response. 15. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: FALCON Engineering Services, Inc. Attn: Wael Faqih, Vice President/Project Manager 341 Corporate Terrace, Suite 101 Corona, CA 92879 16. ASSIGNMENT The Consultant shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Consultant's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Consultant. 17. LICENSES At all times during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 18. GOVERNING LAW The City and Consultant understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 19. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Consultant, or Consultant's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Consultant hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof, or in the business of the Consultant or Consultant's sub -contractors on this project. Consultant further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 21. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Consultant warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Consultant and has the authority to bind Consultant to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney FALCON ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: Maha Faqih, President By: Wael Faqih, Vice President CONSULTANT FALCON Engineering Services, Inc Attn: Wael Faqih, Vice President/Project Manager 341 Corporate Terrace, Ste. 101 Corona, CA 92879 951 264-2350 wfagih@faIcon-ca.com A Evil RIMIZIUM EXHIBIT A Tasks to be Performed The specific elements (scope of work) includes on -call construction management services for Public Works projects. The general scope of services for each project will vary. Typical services that may be required on public works projects could include, but may not be limited to some or all of the following services: 1. Professional project management and construction contract administration, including correspondence, scheduling, progress meetings, progress payments, reporting, logging, filing, community outreach, inter -agency coordination, etc. 2. Professional Inspection. This may include one or more of the following: civil, structural, survey, electrical, hydraulic, traffic, geotechnical, landscaping and irrigation, and wet/dry utilities. 3. Quality Assurance, including materials sampling and testing. 4. Environmental compliance, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) implementation and resource agency permits. 5. Utility coordination. 6. Labor, health, and safety compliance. 7. Pre -construction services. This will include reviewing contract plans, specifications, agreements, and contract documents; providing assistance in responding to Requests For Information (RFI) during bidding; providing assistance in Bid Analysis; meeting and establishing communication protocols with the City's Oversight Engineer and Project Manager, Design Engineer, and execute all preconstruction meetings. 8. Post -construction Services. This will include preparation of as-builts, punchlist and final documentation and turnover of project files. EXHIBIT B Payment Rates and Schedule City of Temecula RFP # 256 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Engineering Services, Inc. (Prime) Direct Labor Hourly Rates Maha Fa ih, PE CLASSIFICATION Principal -in -Charge, Quality Assurance Billing/HourlyName $ 340.44 Wael Faqih, PE Project Manager, Quality Assurance $ 340.44 Ashraf Mohamed, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Cost Estimator $ 285.97 Maid Afanan, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Scheduler $ 272.35 Ahmad Fagih, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Utility/Roadway $ 258.73 Juan Rojas, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Utility/Roadway $ 285.97 Tarig Malik, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Traffic S 285.97 Kurt Pegg, PE Construction Mana er Resident Engineer/Scheduler $ 299.58 Mohammad Khalaileh, PE Construction Manager/Resident Engineer/Utility/Electrical $ 245.11 ,Zald Afanan, PE Construction Inspector/QA/Traffic/Hydraulic $ 217.88 Alex Nalme, PE Structural/Utility/Roadway/Trafflc Inspector $ 245.11 'William (Bill) Henry, PLS Construction Surveyor/Inspector $ 214.47 IRoger Bates, PLS Construction Surveyor/Structural Inspector $ 171.58 INaim Abu-Laban, EIT Construction Inspecto r/Traffic/Uti lity/Road wa y/Wet& Dry $ 204.26 ,Ahmed Hamasha Construction Inspector/Utility $ 190.64 Husam Elyo, EIT Construction Inspector/Utility/Roadway $ 95.32 IMasoud Khoshnevis Construction Ins ector/Traffic/Roadwa $ 178.91 (Dennis Parker Construction Inspector/Roadway $ 204.26 Al! AI-Saddoon Construction Inspector/CA/ Hydrualic/Utility/Roadway $ 243.67 Salvador Orozco Construction Inspector/Electrical $ 204.26 IMarkJardiolin Construction Inspector/ Utility/Raodway/Wet&D $ 111.66 :S ed Afzal Blyabani Construction Inspector $ 108.94 (Peter Ca ner Construction Inspector $ 190.64 (Dion Castro, ToR (Labor, Health and Saftey Officer/SWPPP $ 204.26 ,Ahmad Shalaldeh Construction Inspector/RoadwayInspector/Roadway IS 81.70 IKhalid EI-Tawansy Construction Inspector/Roadway $ 92.60 'Yazan Alfaqih {Construction Inspector/Roadway S 182.17 .Attef Naime Construction Inspector/Roadway $ 95.32 Walid Sud i Construction Ins ector S 95.32 Timothy Dexter Construction Inspector/Roadway $ 177.03 Joshua Cagner Office Engineer $ 68.09 Dennis Green IPublic Outreach $ 299.58 ,AymanAbdelbarl Scheduler/Cost Estimator IS 272.35 Sarah Alina {Office Engineer $ 108.94 AnthonyMontoya 110ffice Engineer $ 68.09 Nick Smith 110ffice Engineer $ 68.09 These billing rates & unit prices Include other direct costs, Indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium orsurcharge (exceptfor field technicians). The contract Is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026 Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 2 City of Temecula RFP # 256 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Team Subconsultants Z&K Consultants Direct Labor Hourly Rates CLASSIFICATIONName Crystal Faqih Construction Manager/RE/Inspector 176.00 �Greg Hunkle Building/Road/Structural Inspector 162.00 Tom Dawson Building/Road/Structural Inspector 157.00 Nadeem Syed Buildin Road/Structural Inspector 175.00 Noah Hernandez Building/Road/Structural Inspector 155.00 Patrick Fraire Building/Road/Structural Inspector 155.00 Ziad Al-Dasou i Building/Road/Structural Inspector 176.00 Zack Faqih Building/Road/Structural Inspector 176.00 These billing rates & unit prices include other direct costs, indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium or surcharge (except for field technicians). The contract is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026. The following Items are considered reimbursable expenses and will be billed at cost with no markup: Specific computer hardware and software required by the client for project use (other than personal laptop computers with standard office software and personal printers), outside reproduction, mileage (current IRS rate), field office facilities, field office utilities (water, power, sewer, Internet, phone), multi -function printers, field office supplier, airfare, postage, parking, out-of-town travel expenses, car rental and field vehicles. (Subconsultant} Field vehicles will be billed as a $ INCLUDED surcharge to hourly rates of assigned personnel, or as a cost at $ INCLUDED per month per vehicle. Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 4 City of Temecula RFP # 256 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Team Subconsultants David Evans and Associates Direct Labor Hourly Rates CLASSIFICATIONName Robert D. Vasquez, PLS Survey Task Lead $ 240.00 Gary Lewis, PLS Project Surveyor $ 190.00 .John Jay Bentley, PLS Project Surveyor $ 170.00 Felicia Mantz Pro'ectCoordinator $ 110.00 Jerry Woodrow, PLS * Project Surveyor/PLS Party Chief $ 180.00 .Jeff Blakely * Certified Party Chief $ 170.00 Chris Dominguez * Party Chief $ 165.00 Lou Henry * Party Chief $ 165.00 Robert Muro * Party Chief $ 165.00 Michael Balderston * Instrumentman $ 155.00 Kyle Yenulonis * JChainman $ 153.00 * indicates Prevailing Wage Classification. Rates assume a yearly escalation rate of 3%. Prevailing wage classifications increase as determined by the CA DIR. These billing rates & unit prices include other direct costs, indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium or surcharge (except For field technicians). The contract is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026. The following items are considered reimbursable expenses and will be billed at cost with no markup: Specific computer hardware and software required by the client for project use (other than personal laptop computers with standard office software and personal printers), outside reproduction, mileage (current IRS rate), field office facilities, field office utilities (water, power, sewer, internet, phone), multi -function printers, field office supplier, airfare, postage, parking, out-of-town travel expenses, car rental and field vehicles. Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 5 City of Temecula RFP # 256 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Team 5ubconsuffiants Wood Direct Labor Hourly Rates Name CLASSIFICATION Billing/Hourly Rates Wes 5 eake Principal $200 Scott Crawford Biolo Grou Mana er $180 John Green :Senior Biologist/Avian $120 Nathan Moorhatch :Senior Biologist/inverts $110 Michael Wilcox :Senior Biolo ist/Re t. - Amph. $110 Dale Hameister Senior Biologist/wetland deline. $110 Lisa Wadley Project Coordinator/biologist $100 ,Alec Williams Biologist/Monitor $80 Phil Clevinger Biologist/Monitor $75 :Scott Sunell Cultural Group Manager $180 Mattew Sauter Senior Paleontologist $180 'Trisha Drennan :Senior Archaeologist $110 Michael Amorelli Archaeologist $90 Melissa Jenkins Archaeologist $90 Cynthia Morales Archaeologist $90 'These billing rates & unit prices include other direct costs, indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium or surcharge (except for field 'technicians). The contract is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026. 'The following items are considered reimbursable expenses and will be billed at cost with no markup: Specific computer hardware and software required by the client for project use (other than personal laptop computers with standard office software and personal printers), outside reproduction, mileage (current IRS rate), field office facilities, field office utilities (water, power, sewer, internet, phone), multi -function printers, field office supplier, airfare, postage, parking, out-of-town travel expenses, car rental and field vehicles. Wood 's field crew uses personnal vehicles and only required mileage reimbursement at the current IRS rate. Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 6 City of Temecula RFP # 256 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Team Subconsultants Francis Consulting Direct Labor hourly Rates Name CLASSIFICATION Billing/Hourly Rates Karl Francis Constructin Inspector/Admin $180.00 Linda Francis Constructin Ins ector/Admin $120.00 John Massoud Landscape Construction Inspector $180.00 Rick Mayer Landscape Construction Inspector $180.00 These billing rates & unit prices Include other direct costs, indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. 'Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium or surcharge (except for field technicians). The contract is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026. 'The following Items are considered reimbursable expenses and will be billed at cost with no markup: Specific computer hardware and software required by the client for project use (other than personal laptop computers with standard office software and personal printers), outside reproduction, mileage (current IRS rate), field office facilities, field office utilities (water, power, sewer, Internet, phone), multl-function printers, field office :supplier, airfare, postage, parking, out-of-town travel expenses, car rental and field vehicles. {Subconsultant} Field vehicles will be billed as a $ _INCLUDED_ surcharge to hourly rates of assigned personnel, or as a direct cost at $_INCLUDED per month per vehicle. Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 7 City of Temecula RFP # 2S6 On -Call Construction Management Services March 25, 2021 FALCON Team Subconsultants Converse Consultants Direct Labor Hourly Rates Name CLASSIFICATION Billing/Hourly Rates Hashmi Quazi Principal in Charge $210.00 Siva Sivathasan 'Senior Professional $170.00 Robert Gre orek Project Professional $145.00 .Antonio Maciel Senior Staff Professional $125.00 Gerardo Portea Field Technician $130.00 Bill Kowalski Field Technician $130.00 Brian Kauffman Field Technician $130.00 Diego Garcia Field Technician $130.00 .Jita Smith Sample Pick-up $50.00 Ali Peyal Laboratory Supervisor $85.00 'Yadira Guevara Carmona "Fathy Drafter $80.00 Von Glahn 'Word Processing $75.00 Danielle Ertl .Accounting $75.00 'Wyllie Duarte Clerical $75.00 'These billing rates & unit prices include other direct costs, indirect costs and expenses except as noted below. 'Overtime will be billed at the same hourly rates indicated below, with no premium or surcharge (except for field -technicians). The contract is expected to be executed anticipated in July 2021 to June 30, 2026. The following items are considered reimbursable expenses and will be billed at cost with no markup: Specific computer hardware and software required by the client for project use (other than personal laptop computers with standard office software and personal printers), outside reproduction, mileage (current IRS rate), field office facilities, field office utilities (water, power, sewer, Internet, phone), multi -function printers, field office supplier, afrfare, postage, parking, out-of-town travel expenses, car rental and field vehicles. Converse Consultants field vehicles will be billed as a $ _INCLUDED_ surcharge to hourly rates of assigned personnel, or as a direct cost at $_INCLUDED per month per vehicle. Confidential 3/24/2021 Page 8 CONVERSE CONSULTANTS Prevailing Wage Schedule of Fees Personnel Introductlon It is the objective of Converse Consultants to provide Its clients with quality professional and technical services and a continuing source of professional advice and opinions. Services will be performed in a manner consistent with that level of care and skill ordinarily exercised by members of the profession currently practicing in the same locality under similar conditions. This fee schedule is valid through December 31, 2021. Hourly Charges for Personnel Staff assignments will depend on personnel availability, job complexity, project site location, and experience level required to satisfy the technical requirements of the project and to meet the prevailing standard of professional care. Field Technical Services (all Including vehicle and equipment) Construction Inspector — ACl/ICC and/or AWS/CWI certified (concrete, post -tension, masonry, structural steel, fireproofing; includes concrete batch plant and local steel fabrication inspections) ............................. $130 DSAMasonry Inspector...........................................................................................................................................................130 Nan -Destructive Testing Inspector (ultrasonic, magnetic particle, dye penetrant, skidmore, pull testing, torque testng, Schmidt hammer, and pachometer)..........................................................................................................135 CoringTechnician ..................... --- .... ................... ............... ................................ ...................................... ............................130 Soils Technician (soil, base, asphalt concrete, and moisture emission testing).......................................................................130 SamplePick-Up........................................................................................................................................................................50 Professional Services (consultation forfield and office, if requested) StaffProfessional................................................................................................................................................................... $120 SeniorStaff Professional.......................................................................................................................................................125 ProjectProfessional ......................................................................................... .....--..................................... ....... 145 ProjectManager ......... ........ ........ .......-.......-............ ............... .......................... ....--.-.-....-...--.-...... ............................................ 160 SeniorProfessional..................................................................................................................................................................170 Principal Professional...............................................................................................................................................................210 PrincipalConsultant.................................................................................................................................................................225 Laboratory Testing LaboratoryTechnician...................................................................................................................................................... Per Test (see Geotechnical Laboratory Testing and Materials Testing Services fee schedules.) LaboratorySopervisor...............................•.........--................................................................................................................$85 Office Support ClericaINVordProcessing .......... .................. • ......-.-.............. ......... ............................................. .......................... $75 Drafting................ ............... ......... .......... .................... .............. ......... ......................... ....... ......... .............. ............. ............... 80 CADOperator/Drafting Manager................................................................................................................................................80 Overtime and special shift rates for Field Services personnel are determined in accordance with Prevailing Wage law. Travel time to and from the job site will be charged at the hourly rates for the appropriate personnel. Expenses 1. Exploration expenses (drilling, trenching, etc.) are charged at cost plus fifteen percent 2. Travel and subsistence expenses (transportation, room and board, etc.) for individuals on projects requiring travel and/or living 50 miles away from the project site are charged at cost plus fifteen percent 3. Automobile and truck expenses are charged at cost plus fifteen percent (rentals) or at a rate of fifty-eight cents per mile for company - owned vehicles traveling between principal office and project 4. Other out-of-pocket direct project expenses (aerial photos, long-distance telephone calls, permits, bonds, outside printing services, tests, etc.) are charged at cost plus fifteen percent Invoices 1. Invoices will be submitted to the Client on a monthly basis, and a final bill will be submitted upon completion of services. 2. Payment is due upon presentation of invoice and is past -due thirty days from invoice date. In the event Client fails to make any payment to Converse when due, Converse may immediately cease work hereunder until said payment, together with a service charge at the rate of eighteen percent per annum (but not exceeding the maximum allowed by law) from the due date, has been received. Further, Converse may at its sole option and discretion refuse to perform any further work irrespective of paymentfrom Client in the event Client fails to pay Converse for services when said payments are due. 3- Client shall pay attorneys' fees or other costs Incurred in collecting any delinquent amount. General Conditions The terms and provisions of the Converse General Conditions are incorporated into this fee schedule as though set forth in full. If a copy of the General Conditions does not accompany this fee schedule, Client should request a copy from this office. Converse Consultants PW2021 CONVERSE CONSULTANTS Schedule of Fees — Geotechnical Laboratory Testing Compensation for laboratory testing services will be made in accordance with this fee schedule which includes test report(s) and engineering time. Costs of tests not on this schedule will be by quote and/or in accordance with our current hourly fee schedule. The rates are based on non -contaminated soil. A surcharge will be charged for handling contaminated material, which will be determined based on the project. IDENTIFICATION AND INDEX PROPERTIES TESTS Visual Classification, ASTM D2488...................................15.00 Engineering Classification, ASTM D2487 .........................20.00 Moisture Content and Dry (bulk) Density, ASTM D2216 and D2937.............................................20.00 Moisture Content, ASTM D2216..................................15.00 Shrinkage Limit, ASTM D4943..........................................85.00 Atterberg Limits, ASTM D4318 Several points............................................................150.00 OnePoint.....................................................................5000 Particle Size Analysis, ASTM D6913 Fine Sieve, from +#200 to#4.....................................100.00 Coarse and Fine Sieve, from #200 to 3 in..................180.00 Hydrometer................................................................120.00 Percent Passing #200 Sieve, ASTM D1140 ......................80,00 Specific Gravity Fine, passing #4 sieve, ASTM D854............................90.00 Coarse, retained on #4 sieve, ASTM C127 ..................90.00 Sand Equivalent Test, ASTM D2419...............................110.00 Double Hydrometer Dispersion, ASTM D4221................150.00 COMPACTION AND BEARING STRENGTH Standard Proctor Compaction, ASTM D698 or ASTM D1557 Method A or B...........................................................190.00 Method C, 6" mold......................................................200.00 California Impact Method, Caltrans 216..........................200.00 R-value, ASTM D2844 and CTM301...............................250.00 California Bearing Ratio (CBR), ASTM D1883 1 Point.......... ........................................................ 530.00 3 Points......................................................................750.00 Relative Density 0.1 Cubic Foot Mold...................................................200.00 0.5 Cubic Foot Mold...................................................300.00 SHEAR STRENGTH Torvane/Pocket Penetrometer .......................................... 25.00 Direct Shear Quick Test........................................... ......................... 75.00 Consolidated, Drained, granular soil, ASTM D3080........................................................200.00 Consolidated, Drained, fine grained soil, ASTM D3080........................................................250.00 Consolidated, Undrained, fine grained soil.................200.00 Residual Strength, per cycle........................................60.00 Remolded Specimens ................................................. 60.00 STATIC UNIAXIAL AND TRIAXIAL STRENGTH TESTS (PER POINT) Unconfined Compression, ASTM D2166 ........................150 00 Unconsolidated, Undrained, ASTM D2850 .....................160.00 Consolidated, Undrained, per point................................700.00 Consolidated, Drained, per point....................................700.00 With Pore Pressure Measurement, per load...................150.00 Remolded Specimen........ ..... ...... .................. .................. 90.00 CONSOLIDATION (ASTM2435) AND SWELL COLLAPSE (ASTM D4546) TESTS 8 Load Increments..........................................................220.00 Additional Load Increment.. ..................... ...... . ..... — - — - . 50. 00 Time -Ratio, per load increment.........................................90.00 Single Point, collapse test .................... :............................ 90.00 Converse Consultants GLT2021 Single Load Swell, ASTM D4546 Ring Sample, Field Moisture ......................................... 90.00 Ring Sample, Air Dried ................................................. 90.60 Remolded Sample ........... ................................................ i 60.00 Expansion Index Test, UBC 29-21ASTM D4829................130.00 HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY TESTS Constant Head, ASTM D2434...........................................250.00 Falling Head Flexible Wall, ASTM D5084........................300.00 Triaxial Permeability, EPA 9100........................................350.00 Remolded Specimen.......................................................... 60.00 CHEMICAL TESTS Corrosivity (pH, resistivity, sulfates, chlorides)..................220.00 Organic Content, ASTM D2974........................................ 80.00 Conditions: Unit rates presented on this fee schedule are for routinely performed geotachnical laboratory tests. Numerous other earth material physical tests can be performed In our geotechnical laboratories, Including rock core, soli cement and soil lime mixture tests. Tests not listed can be quoted upon request. This fee schedule is valid through December 31, 2021. Prices are based on the assumption that samples are uncontaminated and do not contain heavy metals, acids, carcinogens and/or volatile organics which can be measured by an organic vapor analyzer or photolonlzation detector with a concentration greater than 50 parts-per-mlillon (ppm). Quoted testing fees are based on the assumption that no protective clothing will be required to handle samples, If Level D protective clothing will be required during handling of samples (as defined In Federal CFR Part 1910.120), then a 40% Increase In fees presented in this schedule will be applied. Level C protective clothing will be a 60% increase In fees. Converse will not handle samples that require ether Level B or Level A protection in our geotechnical laboratories Contaminated sampieswill be returned to the client. Uncontaminated samples will be disposed of 30 days alter presentation of test results. The client must disclose the source of samples. Samples Imported from out of state will be incinerated after testing in accordance with requirements of the United States DepartmentofAgricuiture. Sol[ samples obtained within the State ofCaltorne currently designated quarantine areas will also be incinerated in accordance with the requirement of the State of California. Department of Food and Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry, Pest Exclusion. A $5.00Incineration fee will be added to each sample that Is required to be Incinerated in accordance with State and Federal law. Test results requiring plots will be presented in a publishable format generated from computer programs. Otherwise, raw test numbers will be presented A minimum laboratory fee of $50.00 will be charged to present and mail test results. Beyond the standard U.S. Mall delivery, specialized transmittal will be charged at additional cost (e.g., Federal Express, UPS, etc.). Geotechnical testing does not Include engineering andlor geologic review and analysis Typical turnaround forgeotechnlcal laboratory testing is two weeks (orroughly ten working days) To expedite test turnaround to five working days, a 50% Increase in the fees in this schedule will be applied. Many geotechnical tests require at least one week to perform in accordance with ASTM or other standard specifications. Fees presented in this schedule for relatively undisturbed direct shear, consolidation or expansion pressure tests are based on the assumption that 2 410-Inch Inside diameter brass ring samples will be provided to the geotechnical laboratory for testing. Remolded specimens wig be compacted in standard 2.5-inch outside diameter brass rings for direct shear, consolidation and expansion pressure tests. All fees presented In this schedule are based on the assumption that the client will deliver samples to our laboratory at no additional cost to Converse. Invoices will be issued monthly and are payable on receipt unless otherwise agreed upon. Interest of 1.50/6 per month (but not exceeding the maximum allowed by law) will be payable on any amount not paid within thirty days; payment thereafter to be applied first to accrued Interest and then to the principle unpaid amount. The Client shall pay any attorneys' fees or other costs incurred In collecting any delinquent amounts. CONVERSE CONSULTANTS Schedule of Fees — Materials Laboratory Testing Compensation for laboratory testing services will be based on rates in accordance with this fee schedule which includes test report(s) and engineering time. Costs of tests not on this schedule will be by quote and/or in accordance with our current hourly fee schedule. Our services will be performed in accordance with the General Conditions. This fee schedule is valid through December 31, 2021. AGGREGATES Moisture Content, ASTM D2216..............................................15.00 Particle Size Analysis Coarse, ASTM C136, each ............................................... 100.00 Coarse and Fine, ASTM C136 & C137), each .................. 180.00 Specific Gravity & Absorption Coarse Aggregate, ASTM C127.........................................86.00 Fine Aggregate, ASTM C128.............................................85.00 Unit Weight per Cubic Foot, ASTM C29 ............................. 76.00 Soundness, Sodium or Magnesium, ASTM C88, each..... 200.00 Potential Alkali Reactivity, ASTM D289 ............................ 300.00 Freeze Thaw Soundness .......... ........ ...... - .................. ...... 175,00 Los Angeles Abrasion, per class, ASTM C131, C535....... 220.00 Sand Equivalent, ASTM D2419........................................ 110.00 Lightweight Particles, ASTM C123, each......... ................... 85.00 Clay Lumps & Friable Particles, ASTM C142, each.......... 120.00 Stripping Test, ASTM D1664, each....................................85.00 Organic Impurities, ASTM C40...........................................76.00 Durability...................................................................... By Quote CONCRETE TESTS Laboratory Trial Batch, ASTM C192.................................. By Quote Laboratory Mix Design, Historical Data .............................. By Quote Compression Test 6"x12" Cylinder, ASTM C39, each ............. 40.00 Lightweight Concrete Compression...................................................................... 40.00 UnitWelght.........................................................................40.00 Specimen Preparation, Trimmingor Coring each...................60.00 Bond Strength, ASTM C321 Prepared by Converse...................................................... 150.00 Prepared by Others ............................................................80.00 Core Compression Test ASTM C12, each .............................. 80.00 Flexure Test, 6tx6" Beams, ASTM C78, each .......................110.00 Modulus of Elasticity, Static, ASTM C469, each .................... 150.00 Length Change, ASTM C157, 3 bars, 5 readings each, up to 26 days............................................................ 320.00 Splitting Tensile, 6'1/12" Cylinders, each .................................. 80.00 Field Concrete Control (sampling, slump, temperature, cast 4 cylinders, molds, cylinder pick-up, within 10 miles of office, stand-by extra), ASTM/UBC, hourly rate schedule, or each cylinder .................................................. 95.00 Field Concrete Control (same as above plus air content test), ASTM/UBC, each cylinder..................................................95.00 Hold Cylinder- - - - • •• ••................................................. 10.00 Cylinder Mold, sent to Job site but not cast by Converse or returned to Converse............................................................6.00 MASONRY (ASTM C140, E447, UBC STANDARD 24-22) Moisture Content, as received, each........................................20.00 Absorption, each... ..................................................... ........ -.. 60.00 Compression, each..................................................................66.00 Shrinkage, ASTM C426, each ............................................... 100.00 Net Area and Volume, each ......... :............ ........... „.-............26.00 Masonry Blocks, per set of 9.................................................. 450.00 Masonry Core Compression, each...........................................55.00 Masonry Core Shear, each....................................................65.00 Masonry Core Trimming, each... ..................... ........................ 56.00 Compression Test grouted prisms, 8"x8"x16", each .............. 120.00 Compression Test grouted prisms, 12"x16'Sx16", each.......... 130.00 Compression Test 2'k4" Mortar Cylinder, each................................................40.00 3"x6" Grout Prisms, each ................................................... 40.00 2" Cubes, ASTM C109, each..............................................40.00 Cast by Others ......................................................................... 40.00 Mortar or Grout Ma Designs .............................................. By Quote FIREPROOFING TESTS Oven Dry Density, per sample.................................................70.00 Converse Consultants MTS2021 MOISTURE EMISSION TEST Moisture Emission Test Kit..... ASPHALTIC CONCRETE Stability, Flow, and Unit Weight, ASTM 06927 .....................200.00 Marshall ASTM D1559, ASTM D2726...................................200.00 Measured Maximum Specific Gravity of Mix, ASTM D2041, Rice Method, each............................................................95.00 Void Analysis of Cores or Marshall Specimens, Calculations Only, ASTM D3203, set of 2 or 3...................60.00 Laboratory Mixing of Asphalt & Concrete, per sample.............75.00 Complete Asphalt Concrete Mix Design Hveem or Marshall......................................................By Quote Extraction of Asphalt and Gradation, ASTM D2172, Method B, or California 310, Including ash correction, each.............210.00 Extraction of Rubberized Asphalt & Gradation, each ............ 250,00 Specific Gravity, ASTM D2726 or ASTM D1188 Uncoated......................................... :................................. 95.00 Coated.............................................................................105.00 Immersion -Compression .......................................................400.00 Particle Coating, ASTM D2489...............................................6D.00 Stripping, ASTM Di664 • • •..........................................70,00 Molsture or Volatile Distillates in Paving Mixtures, or Materials Containing Petroleum Products or By -Products .............. • ..... ..................................220.00 Retained Strength, ASTM D1074/D1075, 6 specimens..... By Quote Retained Stability, Mil, Std, 520A, Method 104, 6 specimens................................................................By Quote CBR, ASTM D1883, Including M/D Curve, 1 point................350.00 Asphalt Temperature .............................................................. A 5.00 STRUCTURALSTEEL Tensile Test#9 Bar or Smaller, each .................. ....... „........... 60.00 Bend Test*9 Bar or Smaller, each.........................................60.00 Tensile Test 910 Bar or Greater, each..................................280.00 Tensile Test#14 Bar, each...................................................310.00 Rebar Coupler Tensile Test..................................................100.00 Tensile Test Welded 99 Bar or Smaller, each .................--100.00 Tensile Test Welded #10 Bar or Greater, each ....................280.00 Tensile Test Welded #14 Bar, each.....................................310.00 Tensile Test Mechanically Spliced, #9 Bar or Smaller, each................................................................................180.00 Tensile Test, Mechanically Spliced, #10 Bar or Greater, each........................................................ ................... --350.00 HIGH STRENGTH BOLT, NUT, AND WASHER TESTING Wedge Tensile Test, A490 Bolts Under 100,000 lbs., each..................................................65.00 Over 100,000 lbs., each....................................................75.00 Wedge Tensile Test A326 Botts Under 100,000 lbs., each................................»................70.00 Tensile Test Anchor Bob, tested with displacement transducers, each..........................................................300.00 Nut Hardness, Proof & Cone Proof Load Test each...............50.00 Washer Hardness, each..........................................................40.00 A325 or A490, Bolt Hardness Only, each................................40.00 BoltA326 or A490 Wedge Tensile Under 100,000 lbs. & Hardness, each...............................90.00 Over 100,000 lbs. & Hardness, each...............................100.00 Bolt, Nut & Washer, all tests per set with bolts Under 100,000 lbs ........................................................... 300.00 Over 100,000 lbs ..................... --- ............. .................... 380.00 See Schedule of Fees - Geotechn/cal Laboratory Testing for soil testing. Hourly rates are available upon request Field Laboratory rates are available upon request. Listed unit rates are based upon the assumption that samples will be delivered to our laboratory at90 cost to Converse. AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND NV5, INC. ON -CALL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021 between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and NV5, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2023, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. The City may, upon mutual agreement, extend the agreement for three (3) additional one (1) year terms. In no event shall the contract be extended beyond June 30, 2026. If Agreement is extended beyond the original term, the Consultant may request an adjustment to the payment rates and schedule of payment in accordance with the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers in the Los Angeles -Anaheim -Riverside Area using April year over year change by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. SERVICES Consultant shall perform the services and tasks described and set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Consultant shall complete the tasks according to the schedule of performance which is also set forth in Exhibit A. 3. PERFORMANCE Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, perform all tasks described herein. Consultant shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Consultant hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Agreement from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at littp://www.dir.ca.gov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or sub -contractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Agreement. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 5. REGISTRATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to http://www.dir.ca.g_ov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html 6. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. This amount shall not exceed One Million Dollars ($ 1,000,000.00) for the total term of this agreement unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. C. Consultant will submit invoices monthly for actual services performed. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth business day of each month, for services provided in the previous month. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of each invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of Consultant's fees, it shall give written notice to Consultant within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the invoice. For all reimbursements authorized by this Agreement, Consultant shall provide receipts on all reimbursable expenses in excess of Fifty Dollars ($50) in such form as approved by the Director of Finance. 7. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Consultant at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Consultant shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Consultant the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Consultant will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 8. DEFAULT OF CONSULTANT a. The Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Consultant is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Consultant. If such failure by the Consultant to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Consultant's control, and without fault or negligence of the Consultant, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Consultant is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Consultant with written notice of the default. The Consultant shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Consultant fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 9. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission of the Consultant. With respect to computer files containing data generated for the work, Consultant shall make available to the City, upon reasonable written request by the City, the necessary computer software and hardware for purposes of accessing, compiling, transferring and printing computer files. 10. INDEMNIFICATION The Consultant agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees or volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Consultant's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 11. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 4) Professional Liability Coverage: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in aggregate. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). 0 policies are to contain, Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-: VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coveraqe. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Consultant is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Consultant shall at all times be under Consultant's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Consultant shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Consultant as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Consultant for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Consultant for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 13. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Consultant to comply with this section. 14. RELEASE OF INFORMATION a. All information gained by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and shall not be released by Consultant without City's prior written authorization. Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not without written authorization from the City Manager or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement or relating to any project or property located within the City. Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena. b. Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under or with respect to any project or property located within the City. City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant and/or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding. Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant. However, City's right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response. 15. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: NV5, Inc. Attn: Peter Salgado, Project Manager 163 Technology Drive, Ste. 100 Irvine, CA 92618 16. ASSIGNMENT The Consultant shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Consultant's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Consultant. 17. LICENSES At all times during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 18. GOVERNING LAW The City and Consultant understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 19. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Consultant, or Consultant's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Consultant hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof, or in the business of the Consultant or Consultant's sub -contractors on this project. Consultant further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 21. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Consultant warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Consultant and has the authority to bind Consultant to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor NV5, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: 04--- z:z � Jeffr 74. Cooper, Vice President ATTEST: By: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk MaryJo Obrien, Corporate Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONSULTANT NV5, Inc. Peter Salgado, P.E., Project Manager 163 Technology Drive, Ste. 100 Irvine, CA 92618 (949) 585-0477 Peter.Salgado@NV5.com PM Initials Date: EXHIBIT A Tasks to be Performed The specific elements (scope of work) includes on -call construction management services for Public Works projects. The general scope of services for each project will vary. Typical services that may be required on public works projects could include, but may not be limited to some or all of the following services: Professional project management and construction contract administration, including correspondence, scheduling, progress meetings, progress payments, reporting, logging, filing, community outreach, inter -agency coordination, etc. 2. Professional Inspection. This may include one or more of the following: civil, structural, survey, electrical, hydraulic, traffic, geotechnical, landscaping and irrigation, and wet/dry utilities. 3. Quality Assurance, including materials sampling and testing. 4. Environmental compliance, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) implementation and resource agency permits. 5. Utility coordination. 6. Labor, health, and safety compliance. 7. Pre -construction services. This will include reviewing contract plans, specifications, agreements, and contract documents; providing assistance in responding to Requests For Information (RFI) during bidding; providing assistance in Bid Analysis; meeting and establishing communication protocols with the City's Oversight Engineer and Project Manager, Design Engineer, and execute all preconstruction meetings. 8. Post -construction Services. This will include preparation of as-builts, punchlist and final documentation and turnover of project files. EXHIBIT B Payment Rates and Schedule Fee Schedule Rates effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 NV5 will receive a 2 percent rate increase each following year N V 5 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES HOURLY RATE Construction Manager $160 Office Engineer $120 Construction Administration/Documents Control $95 Construction Inspector (Prevailing Wage) $125 MATERIALS TESTING/SPECIAL INSPECTION* HOURLY RATE Senl6r Pr,r,c pal Erig.rae; Pnne(�a'=ngir.eer, ;aol.,g�st $2C'G Psi ,c�rr. Englraar, ar„-;gsr $13G ,erw! En_inee, °n�leor E,:;.naer; aaul7g;5.'� fvlaehsrta3l IraG. �6'1�U Senlr,! Staff Engineer _�Gy'Y Erik^.22r; '�Bu!r1J15Y; ?s�,l; k,,a TF��Y,rncsri I! :�1Q5 .Sail i fi(--1 Tecl,nlcian I $1D9 Gall % A(I '..,ChnP;,Sp llj To rq Li dj Glnlani_I R��J T'.Shi,;Terhrin.nr & -�_ ,_-,er:rl $11.f ICC Special ins;_ac[gr � tSoi;;rere. hAason,'�. Staei, oeit, Frtep�aonng;; 4nrn<,r P,I re'�_-,;o to 3Uk,��s $ii'1 I�Spamal insp�r.Lr ',I :�rr,;r��a* . BAawnrr, SC 2J, 2oIL RrAuroufin;�1l tierhn�d'�^lPloln_ Insp��2 i � �1 L5 lcc sr,gv_ia1 !..artlgnr] 5(`ieir rlg ,I I_-xYi)r '.: �. ,V-,TTo, 1) ,31 9nnvnrl Fa,ctra:.ng Radar (Tacl=r;�cier, and E4u¢,rrei�r; ron_aera p�r�ngTe,h=�e,1.9r 3r:0 Eq�,�oe,.ent 11ti8 iJlldca''. 3�, Ib hrjn,mer Dvn,arn,., pth terOniS;'i.. �3 78 "_Ighr•,;�d+.ght 5'b 3a� Dynem.: C.)r�� Par,atrrjnriat,r,,DO; eq,,uorr�ent o2r�rnr_ Refr:3ceuri 3orvev lJs,mgGo)d,. 24-1,hannei �armerJale 33G0( 'dey A fu;i fee„cnedule foi materais te=tingana s ,s4,al errs ep.,rlo:: e scir ji,:6,i ao be 111d&:J ul%Oft ,9C1uG:�t er nn a asr ar.).?;r'[a:-Ic..rr) ei J, ;. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE HOURLY RATE �!m,- -a, NPDES Sc,enhst 21° Senr)r nIPDE3 8aantet b1sG Sr.mor NPDES r.ki:^.eer; Fruit-.:[fv enagar :1'170 NPDEti;'C;-1P S:anic.r Prrpart IJAaneger ICiSD/QSPi $14C, N PDES Ergr naar; n�pe000 r $1 ZO NPDES:=per,alisr �, II, Ili92-110 PUBLIC OUTREACH SERVICES HOURLY RATE P tVonag:, bI T S 4-si: Hrtt Pro;e,a PAar�a,�ar $154 Cumn-,urntl, Ra!aUors $144 3raphrc D�>igner 512 Fee Schedule Rates effective July 1. 2021 through June 30. 2022 NV5 will receive a 2 percent rate increase each following year. N V 5 SURVEY SERVICES HOURLY RATE T­r-rjjf>3n ' AD E, W II: 4 133 ;114-, J- 318 T9chi1::'90 211 --j G-S Aral';'( Snnjol -iiS Ai alv-,t Er., re-, P—ir— j 'i Engirear r F 7^n.31 $ 1 P Sujl'ej :: Pe: �'jn -: I r.­..; LABOR COMPLIANCE SERVICES (PACIFIC RESOURCES SERVICES) HOURLY RATE Principal $136.66 Senior Analyst $113.88 Analyst $91.11 Staff Support $6833 REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES COST Reproduction Cost Consultant Services Cost + 15% Automobile Transportation 575 cents per mile Delivery, Freight. Courier Cost Agency Fees Cost Commercial Travel Cost This proposal shall remain valid for a period of 180 days frorn the date of this sii1on-iittal lv Fey M. 'onlxr' PE 11 .1 PE mpplesideril em M"'l.; (At it I K)i i zoo Signor) AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND WALLACE & ASSOCIATES CONSULTING, INC. ON -CALL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021 between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2023, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. The City may, upon mutual agreement, extend the agreement for three (3) additional one (1) year terms. In no event shall the contract be extended beyond June 30, 2026. If Agreement is extended beyond the original term, the Consultant may request an adjustment to the payment rates and schedule of payment in accordance with the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers in the Los Angeles -Anaheim -Riverside Area using April year over year change by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2. SERVICES Consultant shall perform the services and tasks described and set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Consultant shall complete the tasks according to the schedule of performance which is also set forth in Exhibit A. 3. PERFORMANCE Consultant shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, perform all tasks described herein. Consultant shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Consultant hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Agreement from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at.littp-//www.dir.ca.gov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or sub -contractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Agreement. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 5. REGISTRATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html 6. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. This amount shall not exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) for the total term of this agreement unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. C. Consultant will submit invoices monthly for actual services performed. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth business day of each month, for services provided in the previous month. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of each invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of Consultant's fees, it shall give written notice to Consultant within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the invoice. For all reimbursements authorized by this Agreement, Consultant shall provide receipts on all reimbursable expenses in excess of Fifty Dollars ($50) in such form as approved by the Director of Finance. 7. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Consultant at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Consultant shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Consultant the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Consultant will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 8. DEFAULT OF CONSULTANT a. The Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Consultant is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Consultant. If such failure by the Consultant to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Consultant's control, and without fault or negligence of the Consultant, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Consultant is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Consultant with written notice of the default. The Consultant shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Consultant fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 9. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission of the Consultant. With respect to computer files containing data generated for the work, Consultant shall make available to the City, upon reasonable written request by the City, the necessary computer software and hardware for purposes of accessing, compiling, transferring and printing computer files. 10. INDEMNIFICATION The Consultant agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees or volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Consultant's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 11. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 4) Professional Liability Coverage: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in aggregate. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-: VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Consultant is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Consultant shall at all times be under Consultant's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Consultant shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Consultant as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Consultant for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Consultant for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 13. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Consultant to comply with this section. 14. RELEASE OF INFORMATION a. All information gained by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and shall not be released by Consultant without City's prior written authorization. Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not without written authorization from the City Manager or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement or relating to any project or property located within the City. Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena. b. Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under or with respect to any project or property located within the City. City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant and/or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding. Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant. However, City's right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response. 15. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. Attn: Carl Wallace, President/Principal-in-Charge 1656 East 6t" Street, Ste. A-4a Corona, CA 92879 16. ASSIGNMENT The Consultant shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Consultant's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Consultant. 17. LICENSES At all times during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 18. GOVERNING LAW The City and Consultant understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 19. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Consultant, or Consultant's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Consultant hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof, or in the business of the Consultant or Consultant's sub -contractors on this project. Consultant further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 21. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Consultant warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Consultant and has the authority to bind Consultant to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: WALLACE & ASSOCIATES CONSULTING, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) r By: onathan Smith, Principal Project Manager By: (1A , Hel esper, Office anager By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONSULTANT Wallace S Associates Consulting Inc. Carl Wallace, President/Principal-in-Charge. 1656 East 6th Street Ste. A-4a Corona CA 92879 951 966-7774 carl@wallace-cm.com PM lnit Date: EXHIBIT A Tasks to be Performed The specific elements (scope of work) includes on -call construction management services for Public Works projects. The general scope of services for each project will vary. Typical services that may be required on public works projects could include, but may not be limited to some or all of the following services: 1. Professional project management and construction contract administration, including correspondence, scheduling, progress meetings, progress payments, reporting, logging, filing, community outreach, inter -agency coordination, etc. 2. Professional Inspection. This may include one or more of the following: civil, structural, survey, electrical, hydraulic, traffic, geotechnical, landscaping and irrigation, and wet/dry utilities. 3. Quality Assurance, including materials sampling and testing. 4. Environmental compliance, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) implementation and resource agency permits. 5. Utility coordination. 6. Labor, health, and safety compliance. 7. Pre -construction services. This will include reviewing contract plans, specifications, agreements, and contract documents; providing assistance in responding to Requests For Information (RFI) during bidding; providing assistance in Bid Analysis; meeting and establishing communication protocols with the City's Oversight Engineer and Project Manager, Design Engineer, and execute all preconstruction meetings. 8. Post -construction Services. This will include preparation of as-builts, punchlist and final documentation and turnover of project files. EXHIBIT B Payment Rates and Schedule Wallace & Associates Consulting, Inc. 2021/22 ANNUAL HOURLY FEE SCHEDULE July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 City of Temecula Fuliv Burdened Siilinst Rates Position Rates Project Prindpal I Project Director Carl Wallace, PE $ 190.00 IPrgect Managers I Construction Managers Senior Project Manager $ 168.00 Mad Manager $ 176.00 De e!TlectManager $ 158.00 Senior Construction Manager $ 186.00 Construction Manager $ 174.00 Deputy Construction Manager is 156.00 Pr 'ect Engineer ChlefEn ineer $ 180.00 Cost/Schad En inner $ 16&00 Pro'edt Engineer $ 138.00 Office Engineer $ 110.00 Senior Construction Inspector iPrev Wage & Oa -Site Non-Prev On -sae Supervising,lnapector $ 14&00 Seniorins ector $ 138.00 $ 130.00 Seniorins actor Late and Ni ht Shift $ M4.00 Senior lns for Overtime $ 178.00 $ 170.00 Senlorinspector Double Time $ 220.00 $ 210.00 Labor Compliance Auditor Specialist Labor Compliance manager $ f50.00 Senior Labor Compliance Specialist $ 100.00 Labor Compliance Interviewer/Auditor $ 86.00 Office Staff Project / Contract Administrator 1 $ 86.00 AdministratjveAsslatanf is 80.00 NOTES: Rates are inclusive - Rates include related costs: professional liability insurance, overhead, vehicle, vehicle insurance, fuel, vehicle maintenance, laptop computer, heat gun, probe, smart level, cell phone and calling plan, digital camera and standard tools and equipment. All other direct expenses (plan reproduction, large printing jobs and delivery / mail) will be billed at cost plus 12%. W&A does not charge job mileage, drive time or mileage to work. Professional Staff Increases would be requested annually not to exceed the Consumer Price Index for professional services In Southern California before the end of each fiscal year (July 1, 2021. June 30, 202Z etc.). Premium Time for Inspectors • Swing or Night Shift will be charged at Shift Differential Rate Overtime for inspection staff will be used for any overtime and Saturdays and double time for holidays and Sundays. We have a four hour minimum for inspection Construction Inspection Prevailing Wage - For Prevailing Wage (CIP and Off -Site Inspections) Supervising and Senior Construction Inspector Positions we increase rates at the time of new labor determinations for that labor class These rate increases can occur (without advance notice) in January, April, July and October each year- We would include the DIR increase in our rates plus 100% of the total increase. Using this formula, it the DIR designates a 51.00/hour increase, W&A would apply a $2.00/hour increase to the established base rate. In this example, our current rate of $136.00/hour for the Senior Inspectorwould increase to $140.00Ihour and the Supervising Inspector rate would increase to $150. Subconsultent rates will be marked up by 10%- ©allace&Assoclates cons"lline, inc. FEE SCHEDULE 2021-2026 Temecula CM on -Call , :tt.�1 € LABOR RATES CLASSIFICATION $IHR TechnicianI ............ ................ .................................................................-......81 Technician I I 1 Special Inspector..................................................................... 90 Senior Technician I Senior Special Inspector...............................................102 Prevailing Wage(fieldsoilsimaterialstester)'................................ .......... 122 Prevailing Wage (Special Inspector)"..........................................................128 Prevailing Wage (Source Inspector, NDT and soil remediation 0&M)"........142 System Operation & Maintenance (0&M) Specialist...................................129 Non Destructive Testing (NDT)...................................................................142 DeputyInspector.........................................................................................102 Field / Laboratory Supervisor......................................................................135 SourceInspector..........................................................................................122 City of Los Angeles Deputy Building (including Grading) Inspector .............144 ` See Prevailing Wages in Terms and Conditions CLASSIFICATION $IHR Project Administrator/Word Processor)Dispatcher.......................................„ 74 Information Specialist.....................................................................................99 CADOperator..............................................................................................113 GISSpecialist .............___ ....................... _.................. ................. ............ 126 GISAnalyst ..................................................................................................149 Staff Engineer i Geologist Scientist............................................................138 Senior Staff Engineer / Geologist I Scientist 1 ASMR.................... ...............152 Operations / Laboratory Manager.................................................................167 Project Engineer / Geologist I Scientist......................................................171 Senior Project Engineer / Geologist / Scientist / SMR................................189 Associate...................................................................................................... 207 Principal..................................................................................................... 225 SeniorPrincipal............................................................................................266 GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY TESTING METHOD $/TEST METHOD CLASSIFICATION & INDEX PROPERTIES Photographof sample...................................................................................10 Moisture content (ASTM 02216)........................................................................20 Moisture & density (ASTM 02937) ring samples................................................30 Moisture & density (ASTM D2937) Shelby tube or cutting.................................40 Atterberg limits 3 points (ASTM D43M):..........................................................150 Single point, non-plaslic.........................................................................85 Alterberg limils (organic ASTM D2487; D4318)...........................................180 Visual classification as non -plastic (ASTM D2488).....................................10 Particle size: Sieve only 1 %: Inch to #200 (AASHTO T271ASTM C1361ASTM 135913/CTM 202).,. 135 Large sieve 6 inch to #200 (AASHTO T271ASTM C136/ASTM D6913iCTM 202)175 Hydrometer only (ASTM D7928)...............................................................110 Sieve + hydrometer :3 inch sieve, (ASTM 7928)....................................185 - Percent passing 4200 sieve, wash only (ASTM D1140) .............................70 Specific gravity and absorption of fine aggregate (AASHTO T84rASTM C128( ASTM D854iCTM 207)...-................................................................................125 Specific gravity and absorption of coarse aggregate (AASHTO T851ASTM C1271CTM206)............................................................................................100 Total porosity - on Shelby tube sample (calculated)..............................165 Total porosity - on other sample (calculated)........................................155 Shrinkage limits wax method (ASTM NW)................................................126 Pinhole dispersion (ASTM D4647)..................................................................210 Dispersive characteristics (double hydromeler ASTM D4221)................................90 As -received moisture & density (chunk/carved samples)...............................60 Sand Equivalent (AASHTO T176MMI 02419!CTM 217)....................................105 SHEAR STRENGTH Pocket penetrometer.................................................................,....................15 Direct shear (ASTM D3080, mod., 3 points): ................ _ ............................. Consolidated undrained - 0.05 inch/min(Cl.) ..............................................285 Consolidated drained - <0.05 inch/min(Cl ................................................345 Residual shear EM 1110-2-1906-IXA (puce per each additional pass after shear)....50 Remolding or hand trimming of specimens (3 points)....................................90 Oriented or block hand trimming (per hour).................................................65 Singlepoint shear......................................................................................105 Torsional shear (ASTM 06467 +ASTM D760i...................................................820 COMPACTION & PAVEMENT SUBGRADE TESTS $/TEST Standard Proctor compaction, 4 points (ASTM D698)....................... 4 inch diameter mold Methods A & B..................................................16 6 inch diameter mold (Method C)..........................................................215 Modified Proctor compaction 4 points (ASTM D1557):.......................................... 4 inch diameter mold Methods A & B....................................................220 6 inch diameter mold Method C.........................................................245 Checkpoint (per point) ........ ............................................. ............... .- ........... 65 Relative compaction of untreated/treated soilsiaggregates (CTM 216) ..........250 Relative density 0.1 ft mold (ASTM D4253, D4254)...........................................235 California Bearing Ratio (ASTM D1883)................................................................ 3 point...................................................................................................500 1 point..................................................................................................185 R-Value untreated soils/aggregales (AASHTO T19WASTM D2844/CrM 301)310 R-Value lime or cement treated soils/aggregates (AASHTO T1901ASTM 02844113TIA 301)..........................................................................................340 SOIL CHEMISTRY & CORROSIVITY pH Method A (ASTM D4972 or CTM 643)...........................................................46 Electrical resislivily - single point - as received moisture..............................45 Minimum resistivity 3 moisture Content points (ASTM G1871CTM 643) ...............90 pH +minimum resislivily (CTM 643)......... ................................... ••-••••.•-..-..••.• 130 Sulfate content - gravimetric (CTM 417 B Part 2)...............................................70 Sulfate content - by ion chromatograph (CTM 417 Part 2).................................80 Sulfate screen(Hacl ................................................................................30 Chloride Content (AASHTO T291 VIA 422)......................................................... 70 Chloride content - by ion chromatograph (AASHTO T291(CTM 422)...................80 Corrosion suite: minimum resistivity, sulfate, chloride, pH (CTM 643)............265 Organic matter content (ASTM D2974).............................................................65 CONSOLIDATION & EXPANSIONISWELL TESTS -Consolidation (ASTM D2435):.........................................................................195 - Each additional time curve........................................................................45 Each additional load/unload w/o time reading...............................................40 Expansion Index (ASTM D4829).....................................................................130 Single load swell/collapse - Method B (ASTM D4546-8, seal, load & inundate only)...........................................................................................................105 Swell collapse Method A up to 10 load/unloads w10 lime curves (ASTM D4546-A)..................................................................................................... 290 2020 -X www,leightongroup.com page 1 Leighton METHOD $/TEST METHOD TRIAXIAL TESTS Unconfined compression strength of cohesive soil (with stress/strain plot, ASTMD2166)...........................................................................................135 Unconsolidated undrained triaxial compression test on cohesive soils (UU, ASTM D2850, USACE Q test, per confining stress) ........................170 Consolidated undrained triaxial compression test for cohesive soils, (CU, ASTM D4767, USACE R-bar test) with back pressure saturation & pore water pressure measurement (per confining stress)........................375 Consolidated drained triaxial compression test (CD, USACE S test), with vol- ume change measurement Price per soil type below EM 1110-2-1906(X): Sand or silty sand soils (per confining stress)...... ............... __...376 Silt or clayey sand soils (per confining stress)......................................500 Clay soils (per confining stress)............................................................705 Three -stage triaxial (sand or silty sand soils)........................................655 Three -stage triaxial (silt or clayey sand soils).......................................875 Three -stage triaxial (clay soils) ............ ......... ......_............................. 1,235 Remolding of test specimens.........................................................................65 FEE SCHEDULE - 2020 1 PAGE 2 $/TEST HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY TESTS Triaxial permeability in flexible -wall permeameter with backpressure saturation at one effective stress (EPA 91001ASTM D5084, falling headMethod C):.......................................................................................310 Each additional effective stress.............................................................120 Hand trimming of soil samples for horizontal K.......................................60 Remolding of test specimens.........................................................................65 Permeability of granular soils (ASTM D2434)..............................................135 Soil suction (filter paper method, ASTM D5298)..........................................400 SOIL -CEMENT Moisture -density curve for soil -cement mixtures (ASTM D558)...................240 Wet -dry durability of soil -cement mixtures (ASTM D559) I .......................1,206 Compressive strength of molded soil -cement cylinder (ASTM D1633)1-.,-.-...60 Soil -cement remolded specimen (for shear strength, consolidation, etc.)1..235 Compaction (ASTM 0558 maximum density) should also be performed- not included in above price CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS LABORATORY TESTING METHOD $/TEST METHOD CONCRETE STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS Concrete cylinders compression (ASTM C39) (6"x 12)......................................26 Concrete cylinders compression (ASTM C39) (4"x n.......................................22 Compression, concrete or masonry cores (testing only) <_6 inch (ASTM C42)..40 Trimming concrete cores (per core)..............................................,................20 Flexural strength of concrete (sinple beam-3rd pt loading, ASTM C78ICTM 523),.....85 Flexural strength of concrete (sinple bearn-center pt loading, ASTM C293ICTM 523)85 Non shrink grout cubes (2 inch, ASTM C109IM107)............................................25 Drying shrinkage - four readings, up to 90 days, 3 bars (ASTM C157)...........400 Length of concrete cores (CTM 531X................................................................40 HOT MIX ASPHALT (HMA) Resistance of compacted HMA to moisture -induced damage (AASHTO T2B3/CTM 371)........................................................................ •.............--.2,100 Hamburg Wheel, 4 briquettes (modified) (AASHTO T324) .........................._.900 Superpave gyratory compaction (AASHTO T3121ASTM D6925).........................350 Extraction by ignition oven, percent asphalt (AASHTO T308/ASTM 00307/CTM 382)............................................................150 Ignition oven correctiort/correlation values (AASHTOT308/ASTM 06307/CTM382)................... ...................... ................1,360 Extraction by centrifuge, percent asphalt (ASTM D2172)................... ...........-150 Gradation of extracted aggregate (AASHTOT30/ASTM D5444ICTM 202)............135 Stabilometer, S Ialue (ASTM D1560ICTM 366) Bituminous mixture preparation (AASHTO R30/CTM 304)...................................80 Moisture content of HMA (PASHTO T329/ASTM D6037/CTM 370).........................6D Bulk specific gravity of compacted HMA, molded specimen or cores, uncoated (AASHTO T166/ASTM 02726/CTM 308)..............................................50 Bulk specific gravity of compacted HMA, molded specimen or cores, paraffin -coated (AASHTO T275/ASTM D118&CTM 308).....................................55 Maximum density- Hveem (CTM 308)............................................................200 Theoretical maximum density and specific gravity of HMA(AASHTO T209/ ASTMD2D411CTM 309).................................................................................130 Thickness or height of compacted bituminous paving mixture specimens (ASTM D3549)............................................................................................... 40 Wet track abrasion of slurry seal (ASTM D3910).............................................150 Rubberized asphalt (add to above rates) ....................... + 25% AGGREGATE PROPERTIES WEST Bulk density and voids in aggregates (AASHTO T19IASTM 029/ CTM 212)-.........50 Organic impurities in fine aggregate sand (AASHTO T211ASTM C40ICTM 213)....60 LA Rattler -smaller coarse aggregate <1.5" (AASHTO TO6/ASTM C1311 CTM 211)............................................................................................................ 200 LA Rattler -larger coarse aggregate 1-3" (AASHTO TOM STM C535/CTM 211)....250 Apparent specific gravity of fine aggregate (AASHTO T841ASTM C1281 CTM 208)......................................................................................... ...............130 Clay lumps, friable particles (AASHTO T112IASTM C142)..................................175 Durability Index (AASHTO T210IASTM D3744/CTM 229)......................................200 Moisture content of aggregates by oven drying (AASHTO T255/ ASTM C5661 CTM226)................................................................................... • •40 Uncompacted void content of fine aggregate (AASHTO T304/ASTM C12521 CTM234)....................................................................................................130 Percent of crushed particles (AASHTO T335/ASTM 05621/CTM 205)..................135 Flat & elongated particles in coarse aggregate (ASTM D470I/CTM 235)..........215 Cleanness value of coarse aggregate (CTM 227)...........................................210 Soundness, magnesium (AASHTO T1041ASTM C88ICTM 214) ...........................225 Soundness, Sodium (AASHTO T1041ASTM CBBICTM 214)..................................650 MASONRY Mortar cylinders 2" by 4'(ASTM C780)..............................................................25 Grout prisms 3" by 6"(ASTM C1019)..................................................................25 Masonry cores compression, 56" diameter- testing only (ASTM C42)......... ..-40 Masonry core -shear, Title 24- test only ......................................................... 80 Veneer bond strength, cost for each - 5 required (ASTM C492)........................55 CMU compression to size 8" x 8" x 16" - 3 required (ASTM cl4o)....................45 CMU moisture content, absorption & unit weight - 6 required (ASTM Ct4o).....40 CMU linear drying shrinkage (ASTM C429).....................................................175 CMU grouted prisms compression test 58" x 8" x 16" (ASTM C1314) ............180 CMU grouted prisms compression test > 8" x 8" x 16"(ASTM C1314).............250 BRICK Compression - cost for each, 5 required (ASTM C67)......................................A0 STREET LIGHTS/SIGNALS LED Luminaires / Signal Modules 1 Countdown Pedestrian Signal Face Modules (Caltrans RSS 86)....................--- -------- .................................... 1300 2020 -X www.lelghtongroup.com METHOD $/TEST SPRAY APPLIED FIREPROOFING Unit weight (density, ASTM E605)..................................................................60 BEARING PADS/PLATES AND JOINT SEAL Elastomeric bearing pads (Caltrans SS 51-3)..............................................990 Elastomeric bearing pad with hardness and compression tests (Callrans SS51-3).......... • •..............................................................................1230 Type A Joint Seals (Caltrans SS 51-2).......................................................1620 Type B Joint Seals (Caltrans SS 51-2).......................................................1530 Bearing plates (A536)............................................................................720 REINFORCING STEEL AND PRESTRESSING STRANDS Rebar tensile (est. 5 up to No. 10 (ASTM A370).... ........................................... 45 Reber tensile test, z No. 11 & over(ASTMA370)...........................................100 Rebar bend test, up to No. 11(ASTMA370)......................................................45 Reber bend test, z No. 11 & over (ASTM A370)..............................................100 Resistance butt -welded hoops/bars, tensile test, <_ up to No 10 (CTM 670)....65 Resistance bult-welded hoops/bars, tensile test, z No. 11 & over (CTM 670)..85 Mechanical rebar splice, tensile test, s up to No. 10 (CTM 670)......................65 Mechanical rebar splice, slip test, 5 up to No. 10 (CTM 070) ...........................40 Mechanical rebar splice, tensile test, z No. 11 & over (CTM 670)....................85 FEE SCHEDULE - 2020 ( PAGE 3 METHOD $/TEST Mechanical rebar splice, slip test, z No. 11 & over (CTM 670).........................60 Headed rebar splice, tensile test, <_ up to No. 10 (CTM 670)............................65 Headed rebar splice, tensile test, >_ No. 11 & over (CTM 670)..........................85 Epoxy coated rebar/dowel film thickness (coating) test (ASTMA7751Ae34).......45 Epoxy coated rebar/dowel continuity (Holiday) test (ASTM A775/Ag34)............. 65 Epoxy coated rebar flexibilitylbend test, up to No, 11 (ASTMA775/A034).......... 45 Prestressing wire, tension (ASTM A416).........................................................150 Sample preparation (tuning) .................... ...............50 FASTENERS/BOLTS/RODS F3125 GRA307, A325 Bolts, tensile test, 5 up to 1-1/4' diameter, plain (ASTM A370).................................................................................................65 F3125 GRA307, A325 Bolts, tensile test, 5 up to 1-1/4" diameter, galvanized (ASTM A370)........................................................... ...75 A490 Bolts, tensile lest, <— up to 1-114" diameter, plain (ASTM A370)................65 A490 Bolts, tensile test, s up to 1-1/4' diameter, galvanized (ASTM A370) ...... 75 A593 Bolts, tensile lest, 5 up to 1-1/4' diameter, stainless steel (ASTMA370).65 F1554 Bolts, tensile test, 5 LIP to 1-1/4' diameter, plain (ASTMA370) ............ 100 F1554 Bolts, tensile test, <_ up to 1-1/4' diameter, galvanized (ASTMA370),.120 SSAMPLE TRANSPORT Pick-up & delivery (weekdays, per trip, <50 mile radius from Leighton office).........................................................................................................90 EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM $ UNIT 1/4 inch Grab plates.............................................................................. 5 each 1/4 inch Tubing (bonded).................................................................. 0.55 foot 1/4 inch Tubing (single).................................................................... 0.35 foot 318 inch Tubing, dear vinyl.............................................................. 0,55 foot 4-Gas meter (RKI Eagle or similar)IGEM 2000.................................130 day Air flow meter and purge pump (200 cc/min)....................................... 50 day Box of 24 soil drive -sample rings ....................................................... 120 box Brass sampletubes....-.......................................................................10 each Caution tape (1000-foot roll) ........................................................ 20 each Combination lock or padlock ............................. 11 each Compressed air tank and regulator..................................................... 50 day Concrete coring machine (56-inch-dia).............................................150 day Consumables (gloves, rope, soap, tape, etc.)... .................................. 35 day Core sample boxes...............................................................................11 each Crackmonitor...................................................................................... 25 each Cutoff saws, reciprocating, electric(Sawzall@)...................................75 day Disposable bailers...............................................................................12 each Disposable bladders............................................................................10 each Dissolved oxygen meter......................................................................45 day DOT 55-gallon containment drum with lid...........................................65 drum Double -ring infiltrometer....................................................................125 day Dual -stage interface probe. .......................................................... 80 day Dynamic Cone Penetrometer............................................................400 day Generator, portable gasoline fueled, 3,500 watts................................90 day Global Positioning System/Laser Range Finder .................................. 80 day Handauger set .... ........................___ ---------------------------------------------- 90 day HDPE safety fence (5100 feet)........................................................... 40 roll Hohba U-51 water quality meter... ..................... 135 day Light tower (towable vertical mast)....................................................150 day Magnehelicgauge ...............................................................................15 day Manometer..........................................................................................25 day Mileage(IRSAllowable)................................................................0.575 mile ITEM $ UNIT Moisture test kit (excludes labor to perform test, ASTM El907) ......... 60 test Nuclear moisture and density gauge .................................................. 88 day Pachometer.........................................................................................25 day Particulate Monitor............................................................................. 125 day pH/Conduclivily/Temperature meter... ................................................. 55 day Photoionization Detector(PID).......................................................... 120 day Pump, Typhoon 2 or 4 stage., ........... ... .•. 50 day QED bladder pump w1QED control box ............................................ 160 day Quirefee — Phase I only.................................................................... 200 each Resistivity field meter & pins................................................................ 50 day Slip I threaded cap, 2-inch or 4-inch diameter, PVC Schedule 40.......15 each Slope inclinometer. •....................................................................... 200 day Soil sampling T-handle (Encore).........................................................10 day Soil sampling tripod............................................................................. 35 day Stainless steel bailer............................................................................ 40 day Submersible purnp, 10 gpm, high powered Grundfos 2-inch with controller........................................................................................160 day Submersible pump/transfer pump, 10-25 gpm.................................... 50 day Support service truck usage (well installation, etc.) ........................... 200 day Surveylfence stakes.............................................................................. 8 each Tedlar@bags.......................................................................................18 each Traffic cones (525)lbanicades (single lane)....... ___ .... __ 50 day Turbiditymeter.................................................................................... 70 day Tyvek@ suit (each) ...............................................................................18 each Vaporsampling box............................................................................. 55 day Vehicle usage (carrying equipment) .................... .- ............................. 13 hour VelociCalc........................................................................................35 day Usqueen (20 x 100 feet)...................................................................100 roll Water level indicator (electronic well sounder) <300 feet deep well.... 60 day ZIPLEVEL@............. •..................................................................... 15 day Other specialized geatechnical and environmental testing & monitoring equipment are available, and priced per site 2020 -X www.leightongroup.com A T0 "At'.C-7�� SCHEDULE OF FEES California Prevailing Wage Effective February 1, 2021 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Professional (Engineering, Geology, Environment, Envelope Services) �uk DirectorlPrinripal Professional ... ...................................... ............................. ......... ................. ....................................... $190 SeniorProfessional...........................................,........................................................................................... ...........165 ProjectProfessional.........................................................................................................................................................145 StaffProfessional....................................................................... • ........................................................................120 DrafterLevel II.......................................................................................... ...... ..............95 DrafterLevel I....................................................................................................................................................................85 Project Management SeniorProject Manager.................................................................................................................................................$160 ProjectManager...............................................................................................................................................................135 AdministrativeAssistant.....................................................................................................................................................67 Field Services (Geotechnical, Special Inspection) FieldSupervisor............................................................................................................................................................$118 LA Certified Grading Inspector................................................................................................................. ................... 123 OffSite Inspector...............................................................................................................................................................91 LaboratoryTechnician ................•................................................................................................................................74 Group 1 (Field Soils, Material Tester)...................................................................................... ...........106 Group2 (Special Inspection)............................................................................................................................................113 Group 3 (NDT Testing).................................................................................................................................... ............... ..117 Coring...........................................................................................................................................................................166 Field Services (SUE Level B Utility Evaluations and Reber Locating) Line Tracer, Ground Penetrating Radar, Electromagnetics, Magnetics FullDay........................................................................... ............................................................................$1,950 Hourly Rate (A Mob/Demob charge of $250 applies to projects billed on hourly rates).. ........................................... 215 LetterReport........................................................................................... •.......................................................300 Map(per day of field work)..................................................................... ....................350 Field Services (Geophysical Data Acquisition) UST, Landfill, Oil Well, Void, Pile Integrity Testing FullDay...............................................................................................................................................................$2,400 Hourly Rate (A Mob/Demob charge of $335 applies to projects billed on hourly rates).............................................270 Field Services (Advanced Geophysical Studies) Seismic, Sting ERT, Resistivity, Groundwater, UXO/MEC FullDay...................................................................................... ............................................................... S3,OOD Hourly Rate (A MoblDemob charge of $550 applies to projects billed on hourly rates).............................................325 Field Services (Seismic ReMl) OneLine ........................................... ......................................... ........................................................................... $1,500 EachAdditional Line..................................................................................................................................................300 ForPavement/Requires Drilling.................................................................................................................................300 Field Services (Vibration Monitoring) Mobilization............................................................................. ...................... ....$1,000 Equipment(Da Hy).....................................................................................................................................................200 DailyAnalysis & Reporting (Daily)..............................................................................................................................75 FinalReport Preparation..........................................................................................................................................750 MannedVibration Monitoring................................................................................................................................. Quote Field Services (Building Envelope) FieldTech Level II ................................................ ........................ .................. .............................................. .................. $125 FieldTech Level I ..................... ••..........................................................................................................................115 Electronic Leak Detection (hourly, 4 hour minimum)........................................................................................................250 Fenestration Testing (ASTM El 105/E783) — Hourly Rate (2 technicians).......................................................................400 Fenestration Testing (AAMA 501.2) — Hourly Rate (2 technicians)..................................................................................225 Drainage Efficiency of Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) Clad Wall Assemblies (ASTM E2273) .............1,500 (-7=>, Travel and Miscellaneous PickUp ............... ..................... ...................... ........................ ............... --- ........................ $551hour Travel Time ......................................... Hourly Rate (or $1251hour beyond 1 hour from San Diego for Geophysical Crews) Overtime and Saturday Rate........................................................................................................1.5 x Regular Hourty Rate Sunday and Nationally Recognized Holiday Rate (including the day after Thanksgiving) ..............2 x Regular Hourty Rate Rush Surcharge................................................................................................................................ Normal Rate plus 50% Per Dlem (variable, depending on location)................................................................................................................ Quote Prevailing Wage Hourly Surcharge for Technicians and Inspectors per California Labor Code §720. at. Seq .......... Quote Specialty Equipment Surcharge.................................................................................................. Quote LABORATORY TESTS Soil and Aggregate California Searing Ratio (ASTM D854)........... .................................. .......... ......... ...................................... ................... $418 CaliforniaImpact(Cal216)................................................................................................................................. ClayLumps In Aggregate (ASTM C142)..........................................................................................................................150 CleannessValue(Cal227)..............................................................................................................................................200 Consolidation(ASTM 02435)..........................................................................................................................................200 Corrosivity Testing (Soluble Chtorides and Sulfates, pH and Resistivity).......................................................................187 Crushed Particles (Cal 205. ASTM DE93).......................................................................................................... ......150 Direct Shear (ASTM 03080)................................................................................................................. ................ ...........260 Durability Factor (Ca1229. ASTM D3744)......................................................................................................... ........97 Durability Index Cal 229, ASTM D3744 Expansion Index (ASTM D4289)------------ -...........................................................................................--...-..... ............177 Fine Aggregate Angularity (AASHTO T304)....................................................................................................................200 FinanassModulus (ASTM C136).......................................................................................................................................24 Flat & Elongated Pieces (ASTM D4791)..........................................................................................................................175 Light Weight Pieces (ASTM C123)..................................................................................................................................175 Liquid Limit (Cal 204, ASTM D4318)..................................................................................................................................75 Los Angeles Abrasion - 1 '% inch and smaller (Cal 211, ASTM C131)............................................................................224 Maximum Density Check Point (ASTM D698101557)........................................................................................................88 Maximum DensitylOptimum Moisture - 4 inch (ASTM D698. D1557).............................................................................200 Maximum DensitylOptimurn Moisture -6Inch (ASTM D698, D1557).............................................................................220 MinimumDensity (ASTM D1556).......................................................................................................................................74 Moisture Content (Cal226, ASTM C566. ASTM 02216)...................................................................................................35 Natural Density Chunk Sample (ASTM D2937)........................................................................................... ......................45 Natural MoisturelDensity Ring or Care Sample (ASTM D2937).........................................................................................40 Organic Impurities (Cal 213. ASTM C40)...........................................................................................................................go Organic Matter (ASTM D2974)............................................................................................................ ......................... .....75 Percent Finer than #200 (ASTM C117, ASTM D1140)........................................ ..................... ................... ...................... 70 Permeability Remold Sample (ASTM D2434)...... ........................................................................................................200 Permeability Remold Sample (ASTM D5084).............................................................................................................. Quote Permeability Undisturbed Sample (ASTM D5084)....................................................................................................... Quote Petrographic Analysis (Cal 215, ASTM C295)............................................................................................................. Quote pH & Resistivity (Cal 643, ASTM G51)............................................................................................................................126 PlasticityIndex (Cal 204, ASTM 4318)...................... ...................................................................................................... 127 Potential Reactivity (ASTM C289)....................................................................................................................................220 Residual Shear (ASTM D6467)........................................................................................................................................442 RackCorrection (ASTM D471 B)........................................................................................................................................26 R-Value (Cal 301, ASTM D2844).....................................................................................................................................276 Sand Castle Test(USACE)........................................................................................................................ ..................... .195 Sand Equivalent (Cal 217, ASTM 02419).........................................................................................................................88 Sieve Analysis (ASTM C136. ASTM D6913. Ca1202).....................................................................................................110 Sieve Analysis with Hydrometer (Cal 203. ASTM 0422).................................................................................................200 Soli Cement Compression Strength (Cal 312. ASTM D1633).......................................................................................I....50 Soil Cement Cylinder Fabrication (Cal 312, ASTM D1632)............................................................................................. too SolubleChlorides(Cal 422)--...........................................................................................................................................62 SolubleSulfate (Cal 417)...................................................................................................................................................62 Soundness 5 Cycles (Cal 214. ASTM CBS).....................................................................................................................375 Specific Gravity Coarse Aggregate (Cal 206. ASTM C127).............................................................................................115 Specific Gravity Fine Aggregate (Cal 207, ASTM C128).................................................................................................115 Triaxiat Shear Consolidated - Undrained (ASTM 04767)............................................................................................ Quote Triaxial Shear Unconsolidated - Undrained (ASTM 132850).......................................................................................... Quote Triaxlal Staged Consolidated - Undralned (ASTM D4767)........................................................................................... Quote Triaxial Staged Unconsolidated - Undrained (ASTM D2850).......................................................,............................... Quote Unconfined Compression (ASTM D2166)..................................... ...........162 Unit Weight Aggregate (Cal 212, ASTM C29)....................................................................................................................80 ATLAS S[: ;E: LULL 10P: I-ccS Page 2 of 4 R.A-d Fab—y 1, 2021 Asphalt Concrete Asphalt Core Specific Gravity (Cal 308, ASTM D2726)....... ....................................................... ..................................... $68 Asphalt Core Specific Gravity Waxed (Cal 308, ASTM: 01188)............................................... .................. ........................ 84 EmulsionContent (CTM 382)...........................................................................................................................................178 FilmStripping (Cal302).. ................................................................................................................... ..................Quote Gyratory Compacted Maximum Specific Gravity (AASHTO T312)..................................................................................350 Hamburg Wheel Plant Produced HMA (AASHTO T3241Caltrans Section 39).................................................................900 Hveem Maximum Bulk Specific Gravity (Cal 308)...........................................................................................................300 Hveem & Stabllometer Value (Cal 366)........................................................................................... ......400 Ignition Oven Correction Factor AASHTO T308............................................................................ Ignition Oven Degradation Factor (AASHTO T308).........................................................................................................250 Marshall Density Stability & Flow (ASTM D6927).................................................... ................. ..400 Marshall Density (ASTM D6926)......................................................................................................................................300 Moisture Content of Asphalt Mixtures Using Microwave (Cal 370)....................................................................................50 Moisture Vapor Susceptibility (Cal 307)....................................................................................................................... Quote Optimum Bitumen Content (AASHTO R351Cal 367)................ ..................... ........................ ....................................... 3,100 Percent Bitumen Asphaltic Concrete (Cal 382. ASTM D6$W)........................................................................................180 Residueby Evaporation (CeT 331)...................................................................................................................................178 Rice Maximum Theoretical Spe oft Gravity AC (Ca1309. ASTM D2041)........................................................................133 Sieve Analysis Extracted Aggregate (Cal 382, ASTM D5444)........................................................................................... 90 Stability and Flow (ASTM 01559)....................................................................................................................................350 StabllometerValue (Cal 366)...........................................................................................................................................350 RAP Testing Fractionated (ASTM D2172, AASHTO T308, Caltrans Section 39)........................................................ Quote RAP Testing Not Fractionated (ASTM D2172, AASHTO T308, Caltrans Section 39)................................................ Quote Tensile Strength Ratio Plant Produced HMA (AASHTO T283)................. ........... ........................ ........ ..,. .......... .............. 900 Wet Track Abrasion (ASTM D3910).................................................................................................................................185 Concrete 2X2Cube Compression ............................................ ....................... ........... ........ ............................. ............................ ...$27 Chloride tan Testing (ASTM C1218)................................................................................................................................220 Concrete Core Compression (ASTM C42).........................................................................................................................59 Concrete Cylinder Compression (Cal 521. ASTM C39)....................................................................................................27 Flex Beam Modulus of Rupture (Cat 523, ASTM C78)......................................................................................................74 Modulus of Elasticity (Cal 522. ASTM C469)......................................................................... ............... ...........261 Shotcrete Mockup Panel [ASTM C1140)................................................................................. --- ......... --- ........... A,040 Shotcrete Panel, 3 Cores Compression(CBC)................................................................................................................290 Shrinkage Hardened Ccncrete (ASTM C157 Modifted)...................................................................................................371 Split Tensile Concrete Cylinder (ASTM 0496)...................................................................................................................74 Timeof Set (ASTM C403)........................................................................................................................ ...................200 Trial Batch Fabrication (ASTM C192)............................... ............... ............................ ............ ........................................ 298 Unit Weight Hardened Concrete (ASTM C642).................................................................................................................55 Unit Weight Lightweight Concrete (ASTM C567)...............................................................................................................69 Masonry AbsorptionBlock (ASTM C140)...................................... ........... ........................................... ..................... .................. $115 CompressionAdobe........................................................................................................................................................155 Compression Block Standard (ASTM C140)....................................................................................................................150 CompressionBrick (ASTM C67).................................................................................................................................115 EfflorescenceBlock..................................................................................... .............................................. ......................175 EfflorescenceBrick (ASTM C67).....................................................................................................................................175 Grout Prism Compression (ASTM C1019).........................................................................................................................27 Masonry Core Compression (ASTM C42)..........................................................................................................................51 MasonryCore $hear (CBC 2105A.4)............................................................................................................................95 Masonry Prism Compression (ASTM 8447)....................................................................................................................150 Mortar Bond Strength Pull Test (ASTM C482)...................................................................................................................62 Mortar Cylinder Compression...........................................................................................................................................27 Mortar Shear Strength (ANSI 118)...................................................................................................................................100 RelativeMortar Strength (Cal 516).................................................................................................................................850 Shrinkage Masonry Block (ASTM C426).........................................................................................................................250 Trial Grout Prisms (ASTM C942)...................................................................................................... ........ .................... .....38 Water Retention and Air Content (ASTM C270).............................................................................................................550 ATLAS �.;;;dS '-_7 Fi.G 10F Page 3 of 4 Revised February 1, 2021 Metal BoltAssembly Hardness Test .......... ........ ............................... ........... ................... ...................... ................................... $74 Bolt Assembly Tensile & Proof Load Test........................................................................................................................125 Modulus of Elasticity (Steel).......................................................................................... .................................... ...............146 Post -Tension Tendon Tensile Testing.............................................................................................................................185 Tensile Strength & Bend Test Structural Steel (ASTM A370)..........................................................................................180 Tensile Strength & Bend Test Reinforcing Steel (ASTM A615/A706)..............................................................................125 Tensile Strength 014 -#18 Bar (ASTM A615)........................................................................................................... Quote Tenslle Strength Mechanical Splices#9 and Smaller(Cal670),..................................................................................Quote Tensile Strength Mechanical Splices #10 to #f 4 (Cal 670).......................................................................................... Quote Tensile Strength Mechanical Splices #18 (Cal 670)................................................... ...................................... ....... Quote Miscellaneous Fire Proofing Density Test (ASTM E605).................... .................... .............................. .................................................. $69 Fiber Reinforced Polymer Tensile (ASTM D3039)...........................................................................................................520 MaterialPreparation..........................................................................................................................................................70 Relative Humidity Test (ASTM F2170)................................................................. ................................................... SO/kit Concrete Vapor Emission Kits (ASTM F1869)............................................................................................................ 72/kit Miscellaneous Charges............................................................................... ............Various DefaultExpense...................................................................................................................... ..................Various TERMS AND CONDITIONS Prevailing wage rates will increase consistent with general prevailing wage determinations made by the California Department of Industrial Relations. All field services will be charged portal to portal with the following minimum charges: 1. The client will be invoiced only for the hours actually worked in 4 and 8 hour increments. 2. A 2-hour show -up charge will be applied to any service canceled the same day of service. 3. Work in excess of 8 hours up to 12 hours in a single day will be charged in 1-hour increments at 1.5 times the standard rate. 4. Work in excess of 12 hours in a single day will be charged in 1-hour increments at 2 times the standard rate. Work performed by field or laboratory personnel outside of normal business hours (8:30 a m. to 5:00 p.m.) will be charged a premium on a case -by -case basis. Work performed for Geophysical Studies outside of a standard work week will be charged an additional 30%. Fees for specialty geophysical services such as seismic reflection, croashole, gravity, pile integrity testing, vibration monitoring, magnetotellurics, UXO, MEC, etc. will based on a per project basis. Utility focused projects requiring specialized training such as MSHA (mines) or RSO (refineries) will be billed at a General Geophysical rate. Other Direct Charges: Our company reserves the right to charge for services outside of the contract in the form of reimbursables, including but not limited to, the following: diamond coring bits, fuel, patching materials, mileage, travel time, equipment rental and administrative time. Mileage will be charged at the standard federal rate per mile for distances over 50 miles from the location of dispatch. Per Diem charges will be applied to projects outside a 50-mile radius of our office. Subcontracted services will be charged at cost plus 20 percent. Invoices will be submitted monthly. These invoices are due in full upon presentation to the client. Invoices outstanding over 30 days will be considered past due. A finance charge computed at the rate of 1.5 percent per month, which is an annual rate of 18 percent, will be charged on all past due accounts. If legal action is brought on delinquent accounts, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover Its reasonable attorney's fees and other costs of collection. Our services are performed in accordance with the current standards of practice in the industry No other warranty or representation, express or Implied, is made or intended. ATLAS SUH:_t!XE CS' FELi.S Page of Reels d February 1, 2021 Item No. 11 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick A. Thomas, Director of Public Works / City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Amendments to Annual Agreements for Fiscal Year 2021-22 for Routine Maintenance, On -Call and Emergency Services for Various Operational Needs of the Maintenance Division, Department of Public Works PREPARED BY: Julie Tarrant, Principal Management Analyst Stacey Biddle, Management Assistant RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the following amendments to the annual agreements for Fiscal Year 2021-22, for routine maintenance, on -call and emergency services for services including weed abatement, painting, excavation and grading, homeless encampment cleanup, and general repairs and maintenance of various facilities as needed: Rene's Commercial Management, Fourth Amendment - $200,000 US National Corp., Third Amendment - $200,000 Miko Mountain Lion, Inc., Fourth Amendment - $300,000 Singh Group, Inc., First Amendment - $100,000 BACKGROUND: The City Council previously approved the original and subsequent amendments to the agreements, which allow for term extensions and increased payment for continued services. Each company has responded in a timely manner when requested, provided an economical means of completing the necessary work, and performed satisfactorily. Therefore, staff is recommending approving the amendments for each contracted vendor. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds are available in the Annual Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2021-22 Department of Public Works, Maintenance Divisions. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Rene's Commercial Management, Fourth Amendment 2. US National Corp, Third Amendment 3. Miko Mountain Lion, Inc., Fourth Amendment 4. Singh Group, Inc., First Amendment FOURTH AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND RENE B. MARTINEZ, SR. DBA RENE'S COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT WEED ABATEMENT MAINTENANCE SERVICES (CONTRACT NO. 17-082) THIS FOURTH AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Rene B. Martinez, Sr. dba Rene's Commercial Management, a Sole Proprietor (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On July 1, 2017 the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Weed Abatement Maintenance Services," in the amount of $200,000. b. On August 14, 2018, the City and Contractor entered into the First Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Weed Abatement Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2019 and increase the payment in the amount of $200,000. C. On July 9, 2019, the City and Contractor entered into the Second Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Weed Abatement Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2020 and increase the payment in the amount of $200,000 d. On July 1, 2020, the City and Contractor entered into the Second Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Weed Abatement Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2020 and increase the payment in the amount of $200,000 e. The parties now desire to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2022, increase the payment in the amount of $200,000, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 1 of the Agreement entitled "TERM" is hereby amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect until tasks herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2022 unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other 12/31 /2020 than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The Fourth Amendment amount shall not exceed Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000), for additional weed abatement maintenance services, for a total Agreement amount of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000). 4. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. WINIrIKI)O : IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Rene B. Martinez, Sr. dba Rene's Commercial Management (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: -ter Rene B. Ma1 ner By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR Rene B. Martinez Sr. dba Rene's Commercial Management Contact Person: Rene B. Martinez Sr. 1002 Luna Wav San Jacinto, CA 92583 Phone Number: (951) 487-0247 City Purcha Mgr. Initials n Date: !p-� 12/31 /2020 THIRD AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND U.S. NATIONAL CORP PAINTING MAINTENANCE SERVICES (CONTRACT NO. 19-010) THIS THIRD AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and U.S. National Corp, a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On January 8, 2019, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Painting Maintenance Services," in the amount of $200,000. b. On July 9, 2019, the City and Contractor entered into the First Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Painting Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2020, and increase the payment in the amount of $200,000. C. On July 1, 2020 the City and Contractor entered into the Second Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Painting Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2021, increase the payment in the amount of $200,000. d. The parties now desire to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2022, increase the payment in the amount of $200,000 and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 1 of the Agreement entitled "TERM" is hereby amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect until tasks herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2022 unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The Third Amendment amount shall not exceed Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) for additional painting maintenance services for a total Agreement amount of Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($800,000). 4. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 12/31/2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA U.S. National Corp (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: By: By: MIK& - Randi Johl, City Clerk Matilde Jimene , Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR US National Cor Contact Person: Mary Martinez 10205 San Fernando Rd, Pacoima, CA 91331 818-686-2166 maryg@usnationalcorp.com City Purcha Mgr. Initials n Date:c� 12/31 /2020 FOURTH AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND MIKO MOUNTAIN LION, INC. ON -CALL EXCAVATION, BACKFILL, AND GRADING MAINTENANCE SERVICES (CONTRACT NO. 17-058) THIS FOURTH AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Miko Mountain Lion, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On April 25, 2017, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for On -Call Excavation, Backfill and Grading Maintenance Services," in the amount of $300,000. b. On June 26, 2018, the City and Contractor entered into the First Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for On -Call Excavation, Backfill and Grading Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2019, and increase the payment in the amount of $300,000. C. On July 9, 2019, the City and Contractor entered into the Second Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for On -Call Excavation, Backfill and Grading Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2020, and increase the payment in the amount of $300,000. d. On July 1, 2020, the City and Contractor entered into the Third Amendment to that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for On -Call Excavation, Backfill and Grading Maintenance Services," to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2021, and increase the payment in the amount of $300,000 e. The parties now desire to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2022, increase the payment in the amount of $300,000, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 1 of the Agreement entitled "TERM" is hereby amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect until tasks herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2022 unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. 12/31 /2020 The Fourth Amendment amount shall not exceed Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) for additional on -call excavation, backfill and grading maintenance services for a total Agreement amount of One Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000). 4. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 12/31 /2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: MIKO MOUNTAIN LION, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: Mike Monteleone Jr., CEO By: ., Vice President Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR Miko Mountain Lion, Inc. Contact Person: Mike Monteleone Jr. 3065 Mickelson Way Murrieta, CA 92563 Phone Number: (951) 852-5006 mikomountainlion mail.com 3 City Purch g Mgr. Initials Date: 12/31/2020 FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND SINGH GROUP, INC. HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP SERVICES THIS FIRST AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Singh Group, Inc., a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On July 15, 2020, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Homeless Encampment Cleanup Services," in the amount of $100,000. b. The parties now desire to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2022, increase the payment in the amount of $100,000, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 1 of the Agreement entitled "TERM" is hereby amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect until tasks herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2022 unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The FIRST Amendment amount shall not exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000), for additional homeless encampment cleanup services for a total Agreement amount of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000). 4. Exhibit B to the Agreement is hereby amended by adding thereto the items set forth on Attachment "A" to this Amendment, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. 5. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 12/31 /2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: SINGH GROUP, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: Oh IJ Adolf Singh, President Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR Singh Group, Inc Contact Person: Adolf B. Singh 1308 Descano Ave, San Marcos, CA 92069 ado[L@sgiwebsite.com Phone Number: (760) 213-5462 City Purchasing Mgr. In i l'a!s qI Da 12/31 /2020 ATTACHMENT A EXHIBIT B BID ITEM BID 1rEM DESCRIPTION UOM 10TY PIME NO. - - 1. Site Cleanup Mobilization Site Cleanup Labor and Equipment Biohazard Technician Biohazard Material Disposal Non -Biohazard Material Disposal Asbestos Abatement Per Sfte Each Hour Each Hour 40 Gallon Container 2. 3. 4. 5. Per Ton 6. Time and Mated 7. Demolition of Structures Time and Materi NO. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION � 1. D4G Dozer — f - -`---- 2. 200 Excavator 3. 430E Backhoe 4. 450C Loader 5. 2500 Gallon Water Truck 6. 6 Ton Dump Truck PRICE PER HOUR $ 70 $ d0 $ of cJ $ (10 $ 1,2 U $ C� 6) $ J 30 " $ 50 $ 5Q N/A al N/A PRICE PER IDAY 3 12/31/2020 State of California ' ' Secretary of State ' STATEMENT OF INFORMATION II (Domestic Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations) y FEES (Filing and Disclosure): $25.00. If amendment, see instructions. IMPORTANT— READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM CORPORATE NAME (Please do not alter it name is preprinted.) Singh Grouprinc�5�f 7�J 09-379571 FILED In thOOfffoa of the Set:relary of State Of the Stale of Calilomie SEP 0 3 Z009 This Spare For Filing Use Only S DUE DATE: NO CHANGE STATEMENT (Nat appbCable if age s address of record is a P O. Box address, See instructions.) 2 {Q If there has been no change In any of the information Contained in the last Statement of Information filed with the California Secretary of l _! State, check the box and proceed to item 15, If there have been any changes to the information contained in the lest Statement Of Information filed with the California Secretary of State, or no statement has been previously filed, this form must be completed In its entirety. COMPLETE ADDRESSES FOR THE FOLLOWING (Do not abbreviate the name of the lily Items-3 and 4 cannot be P.O. Boxes.) _ 3. STREET ADDRESS OF PRINCIPAL EXECUTIVE OFFICE CITY STATE ZIP CODE 5146 Deiane Cl. Carlsbad CA 92008 4 STREET ADDRESS OF PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OFFICE IN CALIFORNIA, IF ANY CITY STATE ZIP CODE 5, MAILING ADDRESS (IF CORPORATION. IF DIFFERENT THAN ITEM 3 CITY STATE ZIP CODE NAMES AND COMPLETE ADDRESSES OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS (The corporation must have These three officers. A comparable tide for the specific officer maybe added; however. the DwPirtnted btles on this form must not be altered.) 6. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER/ ADDRESS CITY Adolf Sin h STATE ZIP CODE 5145 Qelanay Ct. Carlsad CA 92M 7 SECRETARY/ ADDRESS CITY Adolf Singh STATE ZIP CODE 5146 Delaney Ct. Carlsbad CA 92008 8 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/ ADDRESS CITY T STATE ZIP CODE Adolf Singh 5146 Delanex Ct. Carlsbad CA 92008 NAMES AND COMPLETE ADDRESSES OF ALL DIRECTORS, INCLUDING DIRECTORS WHO ARE ALSO must have at least one director. Attach additional pages, if neotrssary.) OFFICERS (The corporation 9. NAME ADDRESS CITY Adolf Singh Delaney Ct_. Carlsbad STATE ZIP CODE _______5146 CA 92008 10 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE 11. NAME ADDRESS CITY ZIP CODE STATE t2 NUM6FR OF VACANCIES ON THEBOARD DF DIRECTORS.IFAtiY — -- — - ---- AGENT FOR SERVice OF PROCESS (If the agent Is an individual, the agent must reside in Califomia and Item 14 must be completed with Califomia a street address (a P.O. Box address is not acceptable). If the agent is another corporation, the agent must have on file with the California Secretary of Stele a Certificate puisuanj to Corporations Code section 1505 and Item 14 must be fell blank.) 13 NAME OF AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS -` Adolf Singh 14. STREET ADDRESS DF AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS IN CALIFORNIA. IF AN INDIVIDUAL CITY �J 5146 Clefaney Ct. Carlsbad STATE ZIP CODE CA 92008 TYPE OF BUSINESS _ 15. DESCRIBE THE TYPE OF BUSINESS OF THE CORPORATION Domestic Stock fltrllfolat 16 BY SUBMITTING THIS STATEMENT OF INFORMATION TO'IHE CALIFORNIA SECRETARY OF STATE, THE CORP CONTAINED HEREIN. INCLUDING ANY ATTACHMENTS, IS TRUE AND CORRECT. 7/14/09 Adolf Singh P_fesident DATE TYPWRINT NAME OF PERSON COMPLETING FORM TITLE r 5I.2CO N/C {REV 01/20091 Item No. 12 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve First Amendment to the Minor Maintenance Agreement for Landscape and Restroom Maintenance Services with MCE Corporation PREPARED BY: Julie Tarrant, Principal Management Analyst Stacey Biddle, Management Assistant RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Minor Maintenance Agreement for landscape and restroom maintenance services with MCE Corporation, in the amount of $129,575.16 for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. BACKGROUND: On April 27, 2021 City Council approved an annual agreement with MCE Corporation for landscape maintenance services at sports parks and school sites. This amendment will add scope by including janitorial restroom maintenance at City parks. MCE Corporation offers an efficient and economical means of completing the work. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds will be available in the Annual Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2021-2022. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement — MCE Corporation FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND MCE CORPORATION LANDSCAPE & JANITORIAL MAINTENANCE THIS FIRST AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and MCE Corporation, a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On April 27, 2021, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Landscape Maintenance — Sports Parks & School Sites," in the amount of $910,838.40. b. The parties now desire to add scope of work, increase the payment in the amount of $129,575.16, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The FIRST Amendment amount shall not exceed One Hundred Twenty -Nine Thousand, Five Hundred Seventy -Five Dollars and Sixteen Cents ($129,575.16), for additional park restroom janitorial services for a total Agreement amount of One Million, Forty Thousand Four Hundred Thirteen Dollars and Fifty -Six Cents ($1,040,413.56). 3. Exhibit A and B to the Agreement are hereby amended by adding thereto the items set forth on Attachment "A" to this Amendment, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. 4. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 12/31 /2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA MCE Corporation (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Je Core, President and CEO By: Steve Lowetee, Vice President and Secretary By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR _MCI= Corporation Attn: Steve Loweree PO Box 508 Concord, CA 94522 Ph: 925-452-2709 SLoweree@MCE-CORP.COM City Purchasing Mgr. Initials 12/31 /2020 ATTACHMENT A EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES • The restrooms shall be maintained in a neat, clean, and sanitary condition on a daily basis. • Restrooms shall be serviced daily, 7 days a week, 365 days a year (including all holidays). • Clean and stock restrooms at the Community/Sports Parks between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. • Clean and stock restrooms at the Neighborhood Parks between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. • Clean and stock restrooms at other Facilities as indicated in the Fee Schedule (Exhibit F) Neighborhood Parks between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. ■ Record and submit daily maintenance activities, vandalism, and graffiti on Restroom Maintenance Checklist (Exhibit E) form to the City's Maintenance Supervisor or other designated person. • Keep and provide records as required by City representative. • Provide all necessary equipment, tools, chemicals, supplies, etc. necessary to perform specified work. • City to provide all paper products and trash container liners (toilet paper, seat covers, paper towels). Submit request for products weekly. • Perform all activities in a safe manner pursuant to requirements by OSHA, utilizing all personal safety items required to prevent accidents, illness or injury to maintenance personnel. • Some situations may require additional work to be performed to ensure the health and safety of the public. No additional compensation will be given for such work. • No unsafe condition shall be left without notification of City's authorized representative. SPECIFICATIONS These specifications are minimum requirements for the maintenance of park restrooms. ■ Sweep restrooms and remove litter from interior and exterior of building (6 inches, including walkway at restroom entrance). To be performed daily. • Empty interior trash containers and replace liners. Washout containers and clean receptacles. To be performed daily. • Scrub and sanitize toilets, lavatories, and floor/wall areas adjacent and/or below fixtures. To be performed daily. ■ Wipe down all fixtures, removing water, dirt, stains, and any other incongruous substance. To be performed daily. 3 12/31 /2020 • Remove dirt, stains, or other debris on walls, ceilings, and light fixtures. To be performed daily. • Stock all toilet paper, or other paper products. Fill all dispensers daily. To be performed daily. • Record on report form any graffiti and/or vandalism. To be performed daily. • Wash floors utilizing a low volume, high pressure nozzle or device. Squeegee excess water to floor drains. Remove any paper or other trash accumulated from this procedure. To be performed on Monday's and Friday's. • Wash floors and walls, using a pressure washer rated at a minimum of 2,200 psi. Use cleaning and disinfectant chemicals to remove odors. To be performed monthly. 12/31 /2020 EXHIBIT B FEE SCHEDULE JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR PARK RESTROOM.5 PARK NAMF ADDRESS Fin in MonmyFee only E5TI2#j_M )1T COMMUNrTY PARKS (Semced b Lacked 6nwaan 10:00 p m 13 a.m.,) Monthly, }—jnfi" 1 HARV E5 TON C,,MRJN..Tr PARK . SC)CCE4 26582 Hanv+st,— D,ve W-A. 97 $5,V,4 44 2 HARVESTON COMIA-NTY PAr-,,K. -S IZ3AL: '4582Hwv*skn Dee * $VAI 8i $5.t.is 44 3 MARf3ARfTA C.']TAMII M PARK 4LCOk round 700ess ate :•:: 11 irlarga*;a Re;.ari t`=`�K 12 Sc•'_=;1.44 4 PALA CQVIM NITr PARK r-,�wlq Famxy•vsrw- n 440m Tern-V-�a ;.a-.T $W.87 $5. 73 4d 3 PALCrAW GEL SO AAA ; s_`O04 De i zolJ Raid WA. $5,578 44 5 PATR=.^.�I:AkH. BADZAEl_-PO.RTSOAR' , -SNACK AR Hodow 56,a^_I34 y PATRAJA H. EIROSAa `PORTS P,A,Rb: - P AYC'RC+U?JG 32390 Lieo�r ^loOou S`-5`.12 $B.fdt-ss S R01411LD REAGAN SP.•»- 3 PARK V PT- o vT 1 F ELO -5 Mj,,as to Rwc sl 5` 12 $d.?'4I.d4 9 RONALD rtEAGAN SPORTS PAPK - RA.^e•;Hl-, VISTA PIELG 30975 ds'a Rc W W-4 a7 $6,44 10 RONALD RE-A,3 h) SPORT3 PARK - TEW d 8'-,ATE PAR.;; Lock ska/e Cark Jcceess gar'- 1GPIVI 2559 Mx7rxl Rc`w sc_c,_ o c_ _ 1 _ $6 V� 1,44 S1 TF1.IEKIjHkISPARK •P€,AYGROUNC 3I)V-iDScaer+3 5555.12 %,'&',1,44 12 T> l01E)(il HILLS rARr:;-FsA:ELALI 3)3a7 Lx�erera ;3 SPORT'S RA.'ZC A7 s;-CI IER5, BEND •.S!wACK EAR 32101 o^enem E-en+d 1'• SS.hn1.44 tL SPORTS A-ANCH AT wsn#ERK Ea vC -' f,`3R0040 113: s aem Fend i'3r. a ss-127 ae RF57nIXW5 A' Lodtobetween II;30pin to 12 am), is CROWNE HILL P•AR%, 3.-s.33 a: V P'"t Rca>: 3 `✓.3, 53,071 8A i6 HARVEZTONLAYE FlAllbi - 402n �.'+3aa€ s•:`,A.32 S3,1j'7'.54 17 HARwEaTONLAKE RkR�,-PLAYe;�RIi111IC 43:33V4aQq�Psi $ZX.95 S-21•-Allss rs KEPTH:?Y'ERzSMDTMEIAnt -PARK S3,0.s4 19 A''VS PART, 43110mWax vsPY*mxf Se`. -32 $3,07! �,4 2A PAUSA P1iivE FARY 3M5 R.OIK� JJ2s0-32 Ss`!'.7�-,q4 21 REOHAW Y COMt uNITf PARK 44747 R_eohawk Pa4ma^y; 5Z`+d.32 s's "a $4 22 SAMH:C-;'31.V-WUVcNTPARi,, 41070 R,,3t S2MM $3.0:!S4 ZS 5V,) 11E'A' PART{ 31001 Ronpaugh vajley _Road S2M.-32 33,07. 84 2u TEMECULA Ot`C*: P€;;NO, 23250 Ynea Rand $2Mt. 3_ $3,075 S4 25 WINCHESTER CREEP. PA.RY lWGLF SOM Mvow-a Pow $25632 53.075 64 26 CREEI, PARK SS5J'Nor cft-0C-re'Jcrth V25t,32 53A'S.Ei RESTROOMS AT OTHER FACILITIEES iSer"ce )L Locked 10:00 pm.) 2, 'TEMECUrLA VALLE"y NIGH SCHOS X TENNIS COURT 4-Lockr�s%gnar.; Plow-n access ga!e xv oalk: n za gk* 3S p 31555 Randro lisla Rd $90 2` GREAT :`AK..HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COURT +Lock de s.;gnaiea, pen�.mm xxess gate and wk� n9 ern F0 p �. 3L5,5,CEer}nfaw4Vay SQO. Si3Oa3fh SU8T0TA4; s10.791,93 1129,375.1E `�pprts Ira�sh. s� 3ssrw�r: t-6 •ae smwe vJ . iq Fr2tj22 •'r'nG'�CJiSY :2drtiu••J1 [i'L: 56 o! "aKS4r; J6^C'V 12/31 /2020 tem No. 13 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve First Amendment to the Agreement for Consultant Services with EXP U.S. Services Inc. for the Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II — Margarita Under - Crossing, PW 19-04 PREPARED BY: Avlin R. Odviar, Senior Civil Engineer William Becerra, Associate Engineer II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement for Consultant Services with EXP U.S. Services Inc. for the Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II — Margarita Under - crossing, PW 19-04, increasing the contingency amount by $65,450; and 2. Increase the City Manager's authority to approve extra work authorizations by $65,450. BACKGROUND: On June 10, 2020, the City Manager, under the authorities delegated by the City Council of the City of Temecula in Resolution 2020-35, awarded the consultant contract to EXP U.S. Services, Inc. for the preparation of construction plans, specifications, and estimate (PS&E) and environmental documents for the Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II — Margarita Under -Crossing, PW19-04, in the amount of $420,775.33, and approve extra work authorizations not to exceed the contingency amount of $42,077.53. Since that time, one extra work authorization has been approved for services relating to environmental regulatory permitting. This additional work has depleted more than half of the contingency. Other additional costs are anticipated, including the development of utility relocation plans for a 20-inch recycled water line owned and operated by the Rancho California Water District (RCWD). A Reimbursement Agreement will be developed with RCWD that will provide for a partial reimbursement of design and construction related costs for the water line relocation, which is based on an appropriate ratio of cost -sharing. This First Amendment adds $65,450 in contingency and allows for other additional services through extra work authorization(s). Approval of the First Amendment results in an agreement amount of $420,775.33 and a contingency amount of $107,527.53, for a total encumbrance of $528,302.86. FISCAL IMPACT: The Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II — Margarita Under - Crossing, project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2026. It is funded with Measure S and Senate Bill 1. Adequate funds are available in the project accounts to cover the First Amendment amount of $65,450. ATTACHMENTS: 1. First Amendment 2. Project Description 3. Project Location #2020-092 FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND EXP U.S. Services Inc. SANTA GERTRUDIS CREEK TRAIL PHASE II — MARGARITA UNDER -CROSSING PROJECT NO. PW19-04 THIS FIRST AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of July 13, 2021 by and between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and EXP U.S. Services Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On June 10, 2020, the City and Consultant entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Consultant Services Between City of Temecula and EXP U.S. Services Inc., Santa Gertrudis Creek Trail Phase II — Margarita Under -Crossing PW19- 04," in the amount of $420,775.33 plus 10% contingency in the amount of $42,077.53. b. The parties now desire to increase the contingency in the amount of $65,450.00, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 6 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The FIRST Amendment amount shall not exceed Sixty -Five Thousand Four Hundred Fifty Dollars ($65,450) of additional Contingency for a total Agreement amount of Five Hundred Twenty -Eight Thousand Three Hundred Two Dollars and Eighty - Six Cents ($528,302.86). 2. Section 6 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "b" is hereby amended to read as follows: Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. The City Manager may approve additional work up to One Hundred Seven Thousand Five Hundred Twenty -Seven Dollars and Fifty -Three Cents ($107,527.53) as approved by City Council. Any additional work in excess of this amount shall be approved by the City Council. #2020-092 3. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. #2020-092 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA EXP U.S. Services Inc. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: By: Maryann Edwards, Mayor Gabriel Rodr' uez, c P esident ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney By:: L—� � )k Khalil Saba, Vice President CONSULTANT EXP U.S. Services Inc. Gabriel Rodriguez, Project Manager _ 473 E. Carnegie Drive, Suite 200 _ San Bernardino, CA 92404 909 228-2821 Gabriel.RodriEluez@exp.com City Purchasing Mgr. in' ' and Date: f `l Ak Q The Heart or Scu[hern a, Iurni6 Wine Country City of Temecula Fiscal Years 2022-26 Capital Improvement Program SANTA GERTRUDIS CREEK PHASE II - MARGARITA UNDER -CROSSING Infrastructure Project Project Description: This project includes the design, environmental, and construction of the under -crossing in Santa Gertrudis Creek at Margarita Road to connect to the pedestrian/bicycle trail. The under -crossing at Margarita Road will provide a continuous paved trail along the Santa Gertrudis Creek at this location. Benefit: The project provides a safe pedestrian and bicycle trail connection for the community. Core Value: Transportation Mobility and Connectivity Project Status: Project is anticipated to be completed in Fiscal Year 2021-22. Department: Public Works - Account No. 210.265.999.732 / PW19-04 Level: I Project Cost: Prior Years Actuals 2021-22 2020-21 Proposed 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 Adjusted Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Total Project Cost Administration 17,556 142,445 144,000 304,000 Construction 1,631,179 1,631,179 Construction Engineering 200,000 200,000 Design & Environmental 633,964 633,964 Land Acquisition 21,500 21,500 MSHCP 81,559 81,559 Total Expenditures 17,556 797,909 2,056,738 2,872,202 Source of Funds: Measure S Senate Bill 1 50,000 765,464 554,738 1,502,000 1,370,202 1,502,000 Total Funding 50,000 765,464 2,056,738 - 2,872,202 Future Operating & Maintenance Costs: Total Operating Costs Notes : 1. California Transportation Commission (CTC) adopted the 2019 Active Transportation Program Augmentation on January 30 - 31, 2019. 138 Santa Gertrudis Creek Phase II - Margarita Undercrossing 1989 Infrastructure/ Other Project Location 0 200 400 Feet The map SantaGertrudisCreekPhasel I.mxd is maintained by City of Temecula GIS. Data and information represented on this map are subject to update I Al and modification. The City of Temecula assumes no warranty or legal responsibility for the information contained on this map. This map is not for reprint or resale. Visit the City of Temecula GIS online at https://temeculaca.gov/gis 2018 Aerial Data 148 tem No. 14 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Tract Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 (Located on the East Side of Butterfield Stage Road Between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road) PREPARED BY: Ron Moreno, Principal Civil Engineer Anissa Sharp, Office Specialist II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: Approve Tract Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; and 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; and 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. BACKGROUND: Woodside 05S, LP, A California Limited Partnership Tract Maps 37341-7 and 37341-10 have been approved for subdivision purposes to create 249 residential lots on 50.2 acres for Roripaugh Ranch Phase II, now known as "Sommers Bend". The property covered by these Tract Maps is located on the east side of Butterfield Stage Road between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road. The Tract Maps subdivide Lots 7 and 10 of Tract Map number 37368, as filed in Book 468, Page 89 through 98, inclusive, of maps, in the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, lying within section 21, Township 7 South, Range 2 West, San Bernardino Meridian. Securities have been posted for the public improvements and monumentation as conditioned by the approval of Tentative Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 by the planning commission on June 20, 2018. The property owner/developer has met the terms of the Conditions of Approval for map recordation, and these Tract Maps are in conformance with the approved Tentative Tract Maps. The approval of a Subdivision Map, which substantially complies with the approved Tentative Tract Map, is a mandatory ministerial act under State law. All fees have been paid. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Fees and Securities Report 2. Vicinity Map 3. Tract Map 37341-7 and 37341-10 CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FEES AND SECURITIES REPORT TRACT MAP 37341-7, 37341-10 Date: July 1311, 2021 FAITHFUL LABOR & MONUMENTATION TRACT PERFORMANCE MATERIALS SECURITY SECURITY SECURITY 37341-7 $ 3,979,000 $ 1,989,500 $ 13,500 37341-10 $ 62,000 $ 31,000 $ 13,500 AULD RD � 0 MURRIETA HOT �p SPRINGS �D �oJ S/TE 79 NZCC\-p,S RD cn o0 � C CANTRELL D —' RD "M mm 15 LA SERENA o WAY F- 0 MARGARITA R D APO MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. 1770 IOWAAVENUE - SUITE 100 RIVERSIDE, CA 92507 VICINITY M A P 951.782.0707 (FAX)951.782.0723 ENGINEERING COMPANY rickengineering.com C Riverside San Diego - Orange - San LuisObispo- Bakersfield - Sacramento - Phoenix - Tucson SCALE: N.T.J. DATE, MAY 9, 2019 0 G:\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\17883exb02-VicinityMap.dgn PLOT DATE: 09-MAY-2019 JN 17883 TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 75 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 7 TOTAL NET AREA: 20.025 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 25.692 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOTS "A" THROUGH "G", INCLUSIVE, FOR STREET AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 74, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT 75 INDICATED AS "OPEN SPACE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE ACCESS EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 75 FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE TRAIL EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 75 FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY: NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-7 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THAT DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, PERSONALLY APPEARED v WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. SIGNATURE NAME PRINTED MY COMMISSION EXPIRES: MY PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" THROUGH "G". MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC ROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES, SUBJECT TO IMPROVEMENTS, CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY STANDARDS. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: BY: 2021 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY. JANUARY 2020 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: CASH BOND MATTHEW JENNINGS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20_ DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: , 20. MATTHEW JENNINGS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DEPUTY SIGNATURE OMISSIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, 0. R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. SHEET 1 OF 8 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS AT DAY OF 20 , M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: LAND SUS\ �\NMRO No. 8805 W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 sTgTF � CA1-�F���\j CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF EIGHT (8) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-22 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA 2021 L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER f No. L.S. 6240 * flgjF OF C A��F���\� SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ---- Ll ---------------- (S 64°10'07" E --------- 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10°59'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' R3) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' 133) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' 133) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40°55'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37°18'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5°40'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) c J I' -I BUTTERFIELD J STAGE ROAD \, Lr J �7 �a 20 Rp40 S N53' 53' 32"W R 0\6 55' 110' 55 Cx7 Q Q L49- as SEE DETAIL "A " �0 29 7 55' -L45�� L 5 9 (N89' 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. MURRIETTA AOT SPAS READ '*O • o lj �o V, ° RORIPAUGH �\ VALLEY �� �� 0 �3 66 F7 L SHEET 2 OF 8 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 25.692 ACRES GROSS. NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38'15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF ----------------------------- (N 38'15'24" E 663.55' R1) BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. L45 (S 89°39'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38'15'19" E 663.55' R2) L56 (N 38' 15' 21" E 655.50' R4) -, 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN (N 89°39' 12" W 319.80' R2 ) (N 38' 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) �,'�� L32 �, ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTAT I ON AGREEMENT L46 (N 0-21'22" E 265.43' 134) L57 (N 0033'48" E 485.01134) o �r FOR THIS MAP. IN 0°20'58" E 265.41' R2) (N 0033'47" E 485.01' R2) AS\"� `b� L58 (N 89' 39' 10" W 55. 00' R� 4) 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 75 LOTS. L47 (S 89026'26" E 126.20' R4) (N 89'39'12" W 55.00' R2 & R3) I \ (N 89°26' 26" W 126.19' 132 ) L59 (N 89' 39' 10" W 601.73' 134) �� ��v' rn 9. INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. L48 (N 0033'34" E 76.01' R4) (N 89'39'12" W 601.61' R2) `P ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89' 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94)<<'S \ o; 10. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC �� a� Lo � N g C ,0 L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4► ------------------------------ v �1�1 w _`-`' a 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER RS 143/82-89. (N 48025' 50" W 30.48' 132 ) Cl (23' 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' 134) L50 IN 36044'32" E 122.41' 134) (23' 2333" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & R2) L22 7 r-Ia; P 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. ( N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ) C2 (2' 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59. 98' R4) r- rT I o O �- 0 C3 (350 �2' 42' 1600. 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) �% /� rn Z Z z CA 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401 /89-96 . L51 IN 89026'26" W 500.00' R4 8 R21 • � �� L52 ( N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35' 32' 46" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & 132) ;�� - 00 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) J � a TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' 134) �� r o IN 38°15'18"E 82.30' R2) o e a '\� il ,�o� v� 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED G� O �� �w BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4] L43 �' OTHERWISE NOTED. IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 133) �12 L13 L� L15 o �N % L7 - ■� 16. C.C. 81 R's, RECORDED 10-28-2019 AS INST. NO. 2019-0433380. L8 L9 L10 L41 _ a Lu co 61 LO 56500 ��, cn N o a �/�� o a o a (off {off ° e ° {off = o ❑X MONUMENT LOG Q �IJVIIQ �� � � V IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-7 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88' 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. �@ �5 10 CITY LIMIT -4 �� e �� J e / -- � agz�q (0 ° SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. MAY N0 ® ��, ��\� TRACT MAP _m a �w C 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD S / \ NO. 37341-7 a Q STAGE RD . PER R1 aR4 , DN . 0. 1' NB 47 V � c _ 26-< p a °0 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH �c\/oo '�7o \ SOM_MERS BEN_ _ \ I�\ LOOP ROAD 8 N I COLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. ���� NO�/ �� a 0 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD / - � as Q �%� �� I �QQ�� �IO® // 4�Q�4 �O 2!� o o°� �� STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 1 �o �o � ��q� 37306 /// ��% ��� �.fj� I �- CAP �%,� �(� (� ti a � 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 Cy)I v` I IJVIJ o 4 V o/ o 0 o Ol O �' � 11V11 � �? L 3/ � � � Q O o J �- I p M a�8 R4, FLUSH. I I I o N a s 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 s& R4, DN. 0.1'. W _ Z-4G3La�4 A0 . � � o � 0 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. AWN 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER o N a SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. hOMO / \ Q tD 10 FD. 2 1 /4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1 /4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, rR 4rr JIJr�_P 3J3 4 J J R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0. 1 ' . (422. 01' R4 JVJ� J:3,/ J�55 I / v 1 1 FD STONE MON . W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S' LY ;N89' 26' 26"W) _fR rr J�IJr�_P 3J:3 1 -� p r� /� \ Q FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 ' � � �I � Jill � %' l �3 � c� (422. 00' R2) L48 I _fIR Gr IVJr�/_ /�3J33 i J J J -----FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK \ o PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0. 5' . (N89 26 26 W J -_ J\IJJ if J3, 56-6 -_ _& LAURA RCE 28029 J)` J 9 \ Q oo F - �51 _ _ _ _ _� _ - - - _ _N. 0.5', NO REFERENCE a M L47 SOMMERS BEND= - -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5' ACCEPTED AS POINT _ a 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON . w/"P-15'" SCRIBED ON FDA 8 X8 STONE MON. r_ --- ' MK D 'P17 ON SLY rf�r�� r 1IJr�� 3J �' 1 1 NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS ON SLY LINE OF (75.81 134) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER POINT ON STY LINE OF R3 & R4 R3 & R4 (75.84' R2 & R3) L45- R2, R3 & R4 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY rf ,1�r r JVJ,'�_ 3J,3'J J - 12 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 JVJ31 ' J �� J �_ - 625.59'R2 & R3)� _ (878.53' R2 & R3) ' (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3)T RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89039'10'1 5282.95' 134) (N89039'12'1 5282. 7' R2 & 133) PAR. �7 PAR. 2 1PAR. '6IpAR. 3 o PmB �14/ " PmB �6 s / PmB �27 / pQG3. �2 PHB �4/ 0'S-0 6 PAR. �� \\ pQG3. � pQG3. �3 / PAR. 03=0a Bo -Bo 67-66 PmB 05/7�_72 4 ��vp� OZ_CD UZ 77 _q� I \ g ~ <m 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" , S.E. CORNER \ J Q �hih�o 465 131 R4) o °�(� 4 �° 0 ' \ / I ��ml SECTION 20 PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. i�,h 4N81°36'13"E I a e a �G�3QC�� �n10O . I- >-` . 465,13' RZ) _ �� e �� �� � � a \ o0 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH , "LS 7891", IN WELL `L.h• �� o �� ��373���6 / a I ego MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. & �U �Q S LY FACE NO TACK , E LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 AULD RD �o J� MURRIET HOT o SPRINGS D 2� SITE 79 NZCp�pS R CANTRELL n co RD m m LA SERENA ;v 15 WAY m MARGARITA v Of RD �GP 9� ►ITS• MEADOWS PKWY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK T , PAGE . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-7 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY MAP SEE SHEET NO. 2 VICINITY MAP �/ / E� T- N. T. S. �Q �� �/ �o; �� NGWAY ��� \, N \ �% T I o \_� \ �� o �\ / \ \ �� 060 0 93 48 R4' MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98 PRIVATE VEHICULAR ACCESS & UTILITY EASEMENT PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98 JANUARY 2020 L11L14 L10� L12 N z;; o �o � o N SEE SHEET NO. 2 SHEET 3 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES Qc C0 '3b 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL N SHEET, SURVEYOR NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. Linr� Lin N.;b b , z o '-oCO z °� 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. N BASIS OF BEARINGS (N89° 26' 27"' 260.88' 134) N _Q (_\1 17 J LO �1 o Q � 11) _ w L/tlLn \\C 1 0 _L3 C4 I o Lam^ 00 00 - - 0- N � o J CV O 9 12 N750 35' 02"W RAD PRC c I A10/_ OQ��,�� l� TRACT MAP NO.37341-7 �O CORS STATION "BILL" \ N 2154995.0380 ° E 6313564.1750 � � � \ \\ \ ONE P�� a� � A \ N \/ / � 0 p N88 29 38 E 10 0.6�� l / i \ S'��N` r G �\ O� �] U5295.87' (GRID) N1`G �0 �i \PEN �� X �� 3�l `� 4 T a'\ N88 29 38 E �g 15 \O/3\' / v rQAC-r MAP No. us 5296.39' ,/ Q50• O 2 �7l �_-_�(N880 29' 37"E % �0 �%�� 's7 st T 5296. 39' 21 22 [tVl] / <� \i o 47 3S o _ T ��\\� � � � N NO° 36' 19" E RAD QR2 & R3) � wo �-oco� / .G�.G O\ L20 C8 HILLSTONE STREET ° 41 q9 ocoo�as N EDUMRIVE TS80 / �N O tr,^° 3 z �l SOMMERS M c �- N89° 26' 12"W BEND 55.00' I M 9S��As?z BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD L35 �� �O 11 �\ 8�6--� J �a I `" ,��o• �� CORS STATION "PMOB" \ N 2074153.1260 E 6375547.4700 �� I= c ��� 0P G�\pl • �0 l 32'w 93a20 BASIS OF // I� N55° 13 BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. CORS STATION "P477" N 2127663.6770 E 6298482.8020 -0028'03.697" CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 00 00 N CD �- I ?j � 00 0 Z C'j\ I� g - �] 0 4� auj �- - 'N � \ \ N73° 47' 21 "W RAD PCC I _ _N �F1 Z N / 10 N72° 1' 33'W RAD R=765. 00'-L33 N29' 5828"E RAD�2d31_ . 00'- _ N57° 56' 57" E RAD- w o �h•^� PRCT T SALVIA n� / �;� a\ / LANE 000 �� (N85° 44' 14"W N o'� 320.17'R4) ? N \ 8�' 10'R4) L36 \ ii L I U I I � � Q D U M- - T _ L7 THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) ''P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 5323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY - - INDICATES CENTER LINE TABLE DATA INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. INDICATES FOUND 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. INDICATES SET 1' IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). 'o I NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC oN m ------------------------ ----------- ------ ------ L1 (N 57043'16" E 100.70' 134) C1 (15008'04" 500.00' 132.07' 134) A M- L2 (N 42034'43" E 58.64' 134) C2 (15008'33" 360.00' 95.14' 134) D L3 (N 80046'33" E 162.83' R4) C3 (38011'50" 300.00' 200.00' R4) n L4 (N 5050'34" W 28.00' RAD R4) C4 (3022'53-1000.00' 59.01' R4) m L5 (N 15022'43" W 88.34' 134) C5 (15046'58"1000.00' 275.46' 134) L6 (N 21051'37" W 71.84' 134) C6 (15018'12" 800.00' 213.67' 134) Q (_\1 L7 (N 26001'20" W 68.26' R4) C7 (13034'36" 800.00' 189.56' R4) oo 11 L8 (N 24038'51" W 66.22' 134) C8 (9054'30" 500.00' 86.47' 134) L9 (N 16054'47" W 59.40' 134) C9 (27058'29" 231.00' 112.79' 134) _ 00 �� L10 (N 56007'26" E 11.90' R4) C10(15046'58" 1000.00' 275.46' 134) - K, a- cQ L11 (N 70008'06" E 24.22' R4) L12 (N 89010'18" W 85.47' 134) L13 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) N L14 (N 89026'27" W 77.65' 134) C= - L15 (N 11005'30" W 137.63' R4) I o L16 (N 81027'52" E 46.00' R4) L17 (N 89038'24" W 132.73' R4) c" L18 (N 0020'33" E 148.00' R4) ``' L19 (N 0036'19" E 28.00' R4) cV M L20 IN 9018'11" W 28.00' 134) o z N L21 IN 9019'19" W 79.32' R4) ;01- o L22 IN 14035'21" W 74.00' 134) Z z L23 (N 17034'16" W 74.00' 134) Lu = `J` L24 (N 20°33'11" W 74.00' R4) "' Z -- <i -Q L25 (N 23032'06" W 74.00' R4) 0 c"i o ` L26 (N 26031'01" W 74.00' 134) z c> o L27 (N 29028'35" W 74.00' R4) L� L28 (N 30042'44" W 73.87' 134) - o L29 (N 35046'56" W 73.85' R4) N - L30 (N 38043'38" W 73.85' 134) LL' L31 (N 41040'20" W 73.85' 134) '° L32 (N 47024'48" W 106.96' R4) L33 (S 77043'48" E 20.36' R4) - - o L34 (N 0021'36" E 2636.10' R4) ? \ \ (N 0'21'34" E 2636.07' R2 & 133) L35 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) (N 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 & 133) (N85°14127"W L36 (N 85044'14" W 81.81' 134) 426.53' R4) SCALE: 1" = 200' SEE SHEET NO. 2 \ 200 0 200 400 L17 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 4 OF 8 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-7 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY INDEX MAP SHEET JANUARY 2020 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND I VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET I 'OPEN SPACE" INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. 75 /— — 1 � LEGEND ---- G�] i / / I 62 63 I / 64 �p/Q► / I 61 65 I 74 66 / 60 67 73 / 68 ® 59 72 � 69 J 71 \> / /� \ 70 / 29 / x 30 / / 31 \ 54 / 32 \ IP /\ 33 \ O / 34 \N,� Do \ 35 36 37 O i '(� Q 58 57 56 55 50 51 49 52 / 53 GO 47 1,0�\\ 4.9; FRI 2 3 0 O5 0 10 11 12 14 1 13 7 A 15 44 i LOT "F" ZINNA COURT 16 43 17 18 38 \ 42 19 39 \ \ 1 41 / 20 40 1 SEDUM DRIVE 21 I 22 O23 7 24 25 Q 26 ~ IO 27 LLJI0 �7 Q I u Q p u IIII � K--a A. J � I to I I tt I I 13 t(S 15 1 to 28 37 3kt-to INDICATES BOUNDARY. INDICATES CENTERLINE INDICATES LOT LINE. O INDICATES SHEET NO. A?EASEMENT NOTES 1. AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD.. 2 A 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3. A PRIVATE TRAIL EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 75. 4. A PRIVATE ACCESS EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 75. N.T.S. \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\Phase3\TractMap37341-7\17883AM-7fm04-Index.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 5 OF 8 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-7 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 2. MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE I NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC _ (N89*26'27"W ----------------------------- ---- L2 N 0003'26" W 46.00' Cl 15000'38" 102 00' 26 72' I -,-77.65'R4)­, L3 IN 5050'34" W 28.00' RAD R4) C3 8037'48" 272.00' 40.97' L6 N 80046'33" E 18.32' C4 3022'53" 1028.00' 60.67' QA dal "I Q I L o F U IEL L19 N 89058'27" W 44.25' C5 (3022'53" 1000.00, 59.01' R4) I L21 N 82055'14" W 42.64' C6 2036'52" 872.00' 39.79' I (N85°470''18 W 00 L21 N 40 31'08" E 42.20' C11 49 49'21' 46.00 40.00' L22 N 62035'57" E 34.68' C12 49049'21" 46.00' 40.00' L�0 �� L78 L23 N 89011'20" E 16.54' C13 6045'45" 972.00' 114.72' �c�� 75 / - - _ Lit - - L24 N 89011'20" E 34.57' C14 16024'01" 46.00' 13.17' 0. `�� L25 N 79°12'28" E 22.59' C15 8°37'48" 328.00' 49.40' / �a \ °OPEN SPACE" / L26 N 16054'47" W 11.44' C16 3036'52" 972.00' 61.32' �z 9 �' 3 4 a, L27 N 21 ° 51 ' 37" W 9.77' C43 3 °08' 53" 972.00' 53.41 ' �6; '' �8� 0.499 AC. L20 L19 L28 N 78054'30" E 30.00' C44 4039'59" 272.00' 22.15' L29 N 33054'30" E 24.04' C50 3022'53" 1000.00, 59.01' n L25 NSg° L81 L30 N 54047'04" W 24.58' C51 8037'48" 300.00' 45.19' �-' SS, w L31 N 78054' 30" E 29.11 ' C52 3022' 53" 1000.00' 59.01' L26 SS pS484{7, ti r� k L32 N 12024'09" E 32.77' C58 2036'52" 900.00, 41.07' � L33 N 13043' 24" E 26.87 L85 F 0 Q [E L55 N 12024'09" E 5.34' L24 Q [ L56 N 4036'09" E 43.36' y L23 ° W o o DGLQ�G�IQC�C" E Is Is L57 N 35 46' 33" E 24.04' •r'r,� � 1 L58 N 54013' 27" W 24.04' L69 (N 56007'26" E 11.90'R4) L70 (N 70008'06" E 24.22'R4) L71 N 78054'30" E 75.00' A L72 N 11005'30" W 51.00' �6S L75 N 80046'33" E 90.00' 2 �8- L76 N 0003'26" W 30.02' L77 N 89058'27" W 42.52' •�,o� L78 N 82055' 14" W 56.77' L79 S 40031'08" W 52.49' L80 S 62035'57" W 21.74' L81 S 89011'20" W 35.73' L82 N 59053'48" W 57.94' L83 N 27006'29" W 26.69 o � co �� d L84 S 70 08' 06" W 20.70' ,,,� 2 ,� L85 N 89011'20" E 51 .11's o6, �v Q6% �Q °�c� H0 13�3� o 00 ' 5311E 138. RAD / UN C7 No. L27 \ z 1 o o ° 53Ln - p � W N63° 2, 42" W RAD �`V�' 2a • 00 � � � � - D N2� PRIVATE VEHICULAR ° 50' 34"w RA 2 - _ -L28 ,� r, g J ACCESS & UTILITY N5 - -C4- - ,� - 6.00, EASEMENT PER TRACT - - _ - N 00 C3 0 ��1 00 4 •00' MAP 37368,MB 468/89-98 PRIVATE MULTI -USE TRAIL - - - C52 ' EASEMENT PER TRACT - - N kO AD _ C5 � - C51 h o I I Q MAP 37368, Tolo 83' ?1 C50 ,l, p I o rn MB 468/89-98 �Nao° 46' YE 162. LOT ug o C15 - 1� _ 45. 00' N 99. 51 I C13 -� _ - ' �3 �,�p 0 / co o _ - C16- oo' oo, �q1 45. 00 of ° 46' 33" E C43- - w 2 31' 2�.. E RAD / 28 • pq 00 Lno`Z o 0 , 500 Ll5 h,��N8 54.51 r,A I • 00 � Ln 0 C� 00 -NOO ° 12' 36 L6 �Sg 2a o0 28. oo' I o rn 4 N__-, 28, 2 W "' A =I W -- r `6 3' O a 40"E 158.14RAD \NN86° 30' 63 2 I O' v: w RAD W /�v N, 3N8o° 46' 33" E 120. 00 W ool = oo 28.00 ;r v 5 co � �� CALADIUM J - yo - Ln _ Q W N W �� DRIVE 1 W N85° 26' 32" E � e _OO.81RooN87°30'35"W 150.82' RAD 10 r __6o' u u c,� w 06 oo I � � N CO 6„NIx Z� 1 �N No if a I SEE SHEET NO. 8 J oN Y N81 27'53" 3 i jr W 154.07' RAD J oI� N � 2 I Z 7 I n ° IW C� N75°35 02 W 15 0 l 55 �26 RAD g 0 28. 00, nn � C �u rn - 8 N � 0*15' 11 W 157.91 ' RAD I JN J co ' J � I I� o I I 0`" 0 0 9 �o „ UnQcu [�O. o _ ti v n' � 00 o N84' 56' 06" W 133. 72' RAD I � t I � v Q I o Q � I N �0 I I SCALE: V' = 50' I I f f 50 0 50 100 � I SEE SHEET NO. 6 0 I \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinclMap\Phose3\TractMap37341-7\17883AM-7fm05-McpShtNo5.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 L I NE TABI Ll/eTTIIIIIIIIIIaI:iXa]I[oP► L11 N 73054'13" L12 N 43038'00" 1 L13 N 88038'00" 1 L14 N 88038'00" 1 L15 N 46022'00" L34 N 76021'22" L35 N 88038'00" 1 L36 N 58017'00" I L37 N 76021'22" L38 N 85010'00" L39 N 73037'22" 1 L40 N 1022'00" L41 N 73037'22" 1 L42 N 7041'00" L45 N 30042'44" I .E LENGTH V 23.70' 24.04' 26.96' 26.96' V 24.04' V 12.04' 23.00' 36.90' V 37.96' V 44.20' 37.90' V 39.33' 12.10' V 26.99' V 0 67' IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 6 OF 8 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-7 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET CURVE TABLE INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- C7 ----------- 15000'38" --------- 102.00 -------- 26.72' C8 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' C9 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' C17 1045'00" 1028.00' 31.40' C18 42043'57" 46.00' 34.31' C19 62016'41" 46.00' 50.00' C20 62016'41" 46.00' 50.00' g C21 42043'57" 46.00' 34.31' C22 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' C33 4036'14" 102.00' 8.20' S' E E SHEET N O. 5 C34 C35 10024'24" 5057'26" 102.00' 46.00' 18.53' 4.78' C36 65005'00" 46.00' 52.25' C37 67015'37" 46.00' 54.00' C38 91043'S1" 46 00' 49 56' L46 N 26031'01" W 3.02' C39 9059'23" 46.00' 8.02' I L49 N 7041'00" W 11.34' C40 8049'11" 102.00' 15.70' I I L50 N 17041'53" E 23.70' C41 6011'27" 102.00' 11.02' ? L51 N 58017'00" E 20.64' C55 3012'12" 1593.00' 89.06' g1A I C64 1036'06" 1565.00' 43.75 �,Q�' Q o N84°56'06"W 133.72' I C65 1036'06" 1565.00' 43.75' � oo RAD I cow � I N C I 10 QJ N � SEE SHEET NO. 8 a �h 6 \off N89037' 00" W 105.53' RAD o �" o �O, n o \sit 16 0 cp. 51 0`''\�'90 49 28.00 / ' C3 g Hi � A 4 \ \�� moo, e [� 52 co 3/ °O O N88° 38' 00" E 105.00' \ ` oo_ ° \ss 53 �s �} A N84° 07' 57" W 139. 33' RAD `R 2 co \ •�,s "\p\90 2 / �� Nl65ap0'� CD o N r o F s� 48 5p o� °D I� S. x p 1 g°�• tit ' / e_ s p0 \ N88 38 00 E 105.00 •`F, o, °' ,�° 55 �\ 63 . L35 82.00' I C Q �x 0, 47 SEE DETAIL ..A �� s ,� �6 ,��o,. - o\� .o �� �I o '� 6 34 • p Q /` 0.Q. \ �/ 1 2 r'CR14 ter,\90 2 N I m o �vt� 13 0 CA OI o0 oo�v' o� '\° �6,�0^ ��Io �G 0 o 45 35 o� 2 c�� �15 ZINN)28.00'1s_a COURT 30 5p2-L13- "76°2C9'bit - /o 0 N88° 38' 00" E o 0 0 SEE DETAIL "13 " 2� `� ° LOT 158.58' I � 2 N88 38 00 E 111.84 RAD 36 44 rn uCu 86.63' 45.00 I/ \ \ o to of o,cn \ �r, l,. 31' CD o-`'- Oa 36 v v �` A o p0 6 o �168 a� N 5p,0p �a1 L14 �, w yob 3g"E 1 s LA 6; 16 2 `39 ��,� S� 28.00' Zg„E 1 a N a C21- I I To �Q 2 Z CO ' 18 28.00' o \ - o Ao � � 'o � y � 2 j v p o 9it �a� o `A �� 43 � 2s 0 9 `L N2a1 16 -14 o o ."� cps p' o rri � CY Ho. _ - ;A° 25 a J CO 0 38 r N33 L38 125.82' I N to Icp , , u N D I?" c s N85 10' 00" W 248. 02' RAD 78. 00 -' -11 1 I O <s_ 56I RpO \ - ` � t o o I Q Qrn �„E 1p`'• v \I- 42 ti o N13° 25 5 19 N oIf co ItI A '000 D cD �ti N - - = a 3pRA �z 39 N�6° 2 40 E CO N85° 10'00"W 219. 37, - 31 34 W RAD 0 I �' D 9° c9 00 - os RADA v I A� ° 3� 4a W6 2 1 140 SEE SHEET NO. 7 ) � � 33 o 35 ,�p`L• oo � C1 �� � �As 34 36 SCALE: 1"= 50' • ��`�'- •o- �p"s; DETAIL "A J DETAIL "B " 50 0 50 100 N.T.S. N.T.S. \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinelMap\Phese3\TractMep37341-7\17883AM-7fmOG-MapShtNoG.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 l Q I IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 7 OF 8 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-7 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SEE SHEET NO. 6 DAYSPRING WAY � � s \ \ O a O c3` a I a � \ 6° 24' 40" N85° 10' 00" - „ r _, M ? 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N80°42'47"W RADCfl'�8* N89° 38' 24" W 147.54' cj 28 \ N81°27'52"E RAD �pCDC��Q0Q�1 (N89°38'24"W 132.73'R4)`_L1 I o [ 7RAC 7 �10 \ 377 IJ L( I 1° \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinclMap\Phcse3\TractMcp37341-7\17883AM-7fmO7-McpShtNo7.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 8 OF 8 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-7 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 2. MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Rti� N6°0 INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. L4 N 47024'48" W 28.00' C30 2034'10" 1537.00' 68.93' L5 N 42035'12" E 28.47' C42 5030'06" 328.00' 31.49' 158 j L10 N88°36'45" W 23.70' C46 8°15'25" 4772.00' 68.022' 96 N1Rqp S E E SHEET NO. 5 L44 N 38043'38" W 1.13' C47 6052'39" 472.00' 56.66' a L52 N 7055'57" E 23.70' C48 2037'13" 328.00' 15.00' 6y 91� L53 N 67°20'21" E 38.61' C49 8025'33" 272.00' 40.00' L54 N 67°20'21" E 47.74' C56 3012'12" 1593.00' 89.06' o O L56 N 4036'09" E 43.36' C66 1036'06" 1565.00' 43.75' N 19 L59 N 42034'43" E 5.56' C67 1036'06" 1565.00' 43.75' L60 N 40040'42" E 29.68' C68 1036'06" 1565.00' 43.75' L61 N 57043'16" E 22.70' C69 1041'47" 1565.00' 46.34' M O L62 N 83040'09" W 23.70' 11 L63 N 54 ° 11 ' 00" E 27.79' o L64 N 67°20'21" E 21.00' = p• L65 N 58047' 14" E 43.73' �`�' '16' L66 N 54011'00" E 48.36' .� d L67 N 58047' 14" E 69.28' �4,'1q° ' ?c'! 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NO. 6 o a N30° 42' 44"W/ Lp \ s Tn ryco Q , 38'�W/z Z 73.20' Z 1 s, co a Q\� °' N38° 43 11 (N30° 42' 44"W (N3' R4) ° A' qV„W ° , 2011w (N3i3. 85' , 38 R41 , 73.85R4) 40 NA11a•g6' (N13.85' R4) I I \ \ \ :c N O SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 z� 1.13' (N35° 46' 56"W (N38° 43; 38 W 731185' R4) •85 RII4) DETAIL C N.T.S. \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\Phase3\TractMap37341-7\17883AM-7fm08-MapShtNo8.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' R3) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' 133) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' 133) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40°55'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' R4) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' R4) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. �.7F,--, �a 20 %S AD N53° 53' 32"W R 55' 110, 55 t� L49- TL LL� a SEE DETAIL "A " �0 I 29 MURRIETTA AOT SPSP_RI�S RQAD '*O ° o lj �o V, ° RORIPAUGH VALLEY � 66 v0 -q" �� -'(% I \ g 1 FD 1 " I P W/TAG "LS 7891 " , S.E. CORNER 3 \ 465 13' R411 l Z L �G� �LILI/l' CU H(o / p \ // I 12 SECTION 20 PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. � i � tN81°36'13 E I 7G3QC�7 �O. I-- o , Q'1. 465, 73 RZl _ �� � �� �� �� � � � �*37 314 a \ 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH , "LS 7891 " , IN WELL 4 `�h� �� - o � Q / /� I _ o tip MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. a �h,�, �1 IJ SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. o - TRACT MAP _ m t� 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891 " B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD NO.37341-7 a (l/D STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, DN. 0.1' CD N B 47 � � � o o 26 5�� / "'� I= =a EQ 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891 " IN WELL / \ OMM��/ - \ MONUMENT, CL I NT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD a NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 a R4. o o C) -0. Np _ < " 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891 " , E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD �Q�° �� �]IOQ \ // o e '� �� STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. 0 4G3QC�4 �7 -7 " v " o / / �� �� - U�CQ 1 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/ 1 2, R2, R3 �`�v' <oo't�� (l a R4, FLUSH. L� 8 �-d°� J �p � - 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD M STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, DN. 0.1' Z -4G3AC 'T m 0 . o 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891 " IN z t: WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND M p / t� `J` ROR I PAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. LL:-_ ;wN -- D-1 00 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER oMo / Q� �`� SECTION 21. PER R1 ,a R4, FLUSH. °�- I° o z o - - w \ 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER Tr�ArT JIIJAP -rRAr7 JIJIAP 3-j3- 1 1 R2CTRON82R4 PER UP OS1100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, �(422. 01' R4 1l118 4J31-''r J`55 I / - v ° -fRA rT 11JJAP J33-'1 JVJ� � 1 1 FD STONE MON . R S.E.6" SCRIBED T I S' LY N89 26 26 W) �� �� t� (422.00' R2) / r � \ � r �� � �/ � llll'^ ';' 1.3� FACE W/TACK FOR S . E . CORNER SECTION 21 L48 -If JJJr�P 3-13-r 1 � 1 J FD 1 IP W/PP 'FRANK PER R2, R3 a R4 UP 0.5' . (N89° 26' 26"W ]VIB ' J3/5�-- _ & LAURA RCE 28029 - -L51 _ DN. 0.5', NO REFERENCE 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON . W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON L47 _ SOMMERS BEND= _ - T-FD 1" IP OPEN DN 0.5' ACCEPTED AS POINT i S' LY FACE NO TACK E' LY 1 /4 CORNER FD 8 X STONE MON. - ON S'LY LINE OF (75.81' R4) ' L59 MK'D ''P17"ON SLY 7R,407 1�11AP �3J. 'J 1 - 1 NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2 , R3 a R4, FLUSH. J SIDE UP 1.2' PER JIJJ� 211-J /8 J- 3 POINT ONE S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 R3 & R4 (75.84 R2 & R31 L45- f-F�A rT JVJAP 33J. 'J J - 12 (625.52 R4) (878.58' R4) 6 11 R2, R3 & R4 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY 625.59R2 & RR-� - (878.531R2 & R3) (5227.95 R4) (5227.88'R2 & 133) SCALE: 1" - 400' RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) PJIJI� 1-' P1Il1J 15:3,/ PJIJJ= 1 2J/ PAR , 12 PJIJJ� 1 ' ) � )� PAF� 11 PAR , 2 PAR , 3 / PAr� , P1111J J5�J 1 -J 4400 0 400 800 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA p p J a v W v � � J 7341-7 WTRACT MAP LLJ,N NO, 3 a J' i BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 7 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, m cp_� IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, Lr RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. �L RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 LJ BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA 55' w- - L 45 ---r- L59 --A- -(N 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4)--V- (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) Lo DETAIL "A " N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT SURVEYOR'S NOTES SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 25.692 ACRES GROSS. NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF ----------------------------- (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. L45 IS 89°39'10" E 319.78' R4) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' 132) L56 (N 380 15' 21" E 655.50' R4) -, 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN (N 89°39' 12" W 319.80' R2 ) (N 380 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) L32 �, ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTAT I ON AGREEMENT L46 IN 0021'22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0033'48" E 485.01134) o �r FOR THIS MAP. (N 0020'58" E 265.41' R2) (N 0°33'47" E 485.01' R2) v `I L58 (N 890 39' 10" W 55.00' R4) m -- �1 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 75 LOTS. L47 (S 89026'26" E 126.20' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 55.00' R2 & R3) 1 cr- ( N 89026' 26" W 126.19' 132 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' 134) v' - rn l 9. �INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. L48 ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) �`P 2� \� N t� ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) ��_ �'S o� 11 10. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. NAME DELTA RAID I US ARC `�� a� m � i� 1 tl) L49 (N 48026'50" W 30.47' R4) C\, r 1 � ° 14 �s w W W ��� ,c) 1 1 . R1 INDICATES RECORD PER RS 143/82-89 . ( N 48 25' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) ��23 _ 0 L50 IN 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 134► (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653. 24' R1 & 132) 1 �-L22 7�I81 7 0 - 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. IN 36044' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (20 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' R4) r�2 r � L I o U� (20 08' 45" 1600.00' 59.92' R1 & R2) 0,0 /� o o z 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401 /89-96 . L51 IN 89026' 26" W 500.00' R4 a 132 ) C3 (350 32' 42" 1600.00' 992.60' R4) L52 IN 0033' 48" E 1610.00' R4) (35° 32' 46" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER IN 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) JII TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' 134) (N 38°15' 18"E 82.30' R2) o a �'\� ,�o� v�' 0 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED G� O e �� BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4► ��6 r L43 �' OTHERWISE NOTED. (N 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 a R3) 12 L13 L14 L15 o �N L7 - ■� 16. C.C. 81 R's, RECORDED 10-28-2019 AS INST. L41 _ N0. 2019-0433380. L8 Lg L10 unG\°, Chu NO. iw 1-53 o a ��N ❑x MONUMENT LOG C3 �d BOOK T PAGE TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 23 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 1 TOTAL NET AREA. 15.094 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 16.590 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOT "A" FOR STREET AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 21, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT 17 INDICATED AS "BASIN" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 18 AND LOT 20 INDICATED AS "PEDESTRIAN AND FIRE ACCESS" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 19 AND LOT 21 INDICATED AS "PEDESTRIAN, FIRE ACCESS AND DRAINAGE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 22 AND LOT 23 INDICATED AS "TRAIL AND FUEL MODIFICATION" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE BLANKET DRAINAGE EASEMENT OVER ALL OF LOT 17 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE EQUESTRIAN TRAIL AND FUEL MODIFICATION EASEMENT SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 22 FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY- NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-10 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THAT DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, PERSONALLY APPEARED 9 WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. SIGNATURE NAME PRINTED MY COMMISSION EXPIRES: MY PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN CITY CLERK'S CERTIFICATE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC ROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES, SUBJECT TO IMPROVEMENTS, CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY STANDARDS. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: BY: 2021 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY. JANUARY 2020 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: CASH BOND MATTHEW JENNINGS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR IM 20_ . TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE DEPUTY I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE- , 20. MATTHEW JENNINGS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR G3'E SIGNATURE OMISSIONS DEPUTY PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. SHEET 1 OF 7 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS AT DAY OF , 20 , M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE- LAND SUR\ 9133 W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF SEVEN (7) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: 2021 KRIS R. WINCHAK L.S. 6240 EXP. 3-31-22 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER � SAND J^ 9 Y T� 0 No. L.S. 6240 a SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ---- Ll ---------------- (S 64°10'07" E --------- 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10°59'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' R3) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' 133) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' 133) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40°55'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' R4) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' R4) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) c J I' -I BUTTERFIELD J STAGE ROAD \, Lr J �7 �a 20 Rp40 S N53° 53' 32"W R 0\6 55' 110, 55 Cx� Q Q L49- as SEE DETAIL "A " 29 Z NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. �@ �5 10 CITY LIMIT NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE ----------------------------- (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 319.80' R2) (N 38°15'19" E 655.48' R2) L32 L46 (N 0°21'22" E 265.43' 134) L57 (N 0033'48" E 485.01134) o �r IN 0020'58" E 265.41' 132) (N 0°33'47" E 485.01' R2) N L47 (S 89°26' 26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 890 39' 10" W 55.00' R4) m -- �� (N 89° 3912" W 55.00' R2 & R3) J ' ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' 132 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601. 73' 134) �ra m (D L48 IN 0033'34" E 76.01' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 601.61' R2) �`P�26ti=l���� ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC �� a� LO C L49 (N 48026'50" W 30.47' 1341 ( N 48025' 50" W 30.48' 132 ) Cl (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' 134) L50 ( N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 134) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & R2) L22 U; P (N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ) C2 (20 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59. 98' R4) �; �; o L51 (N 89026'26" W 500.00' R4 8 R2) C3 (350332'42" 1600.00' 992.60' R4)& R2) L52 IN 0033'48" E 1610.00' 134) (35°32'46" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & 132) �°� �� -- O (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) J a 8 L53 (N 38015'21" E 82.30' 134) j� (N 38015%18"E 82.30' R2) � L54 (N 0 33 48" E 150.19' R4) w IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R31 L13 L14 11 o p L43 1`" S6� �6 L8 L9 L10 \,A L5 -L53 Q 4'77 Fk\ niQ Ac�nnnnn s� 55' -L45�� L 5 9 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. MURRIETTA AOT SPAS READ *O ° `JA,z ° RORIPAUGH �\ VALLEY O \ 465 13' R41 ° 6,13 ,E 7GAC�7 O61�3a���a�RZl 2_0g513_ 3� IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-10 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88' 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA 0 co N co O -137 ui C=tiC= Q 0 �c M / �o_o rl it it - r r Jlll � 1 J 3 63 J I (422.01' �R4 JIJJJ 1.�� 15� I 7r�r�C7 JIJJr�� l 3' 1 �� ;N89'26 26 W) - -� �� J _I _ ^ \ L48 -----FD 1 IP W/PP 'FRANK JIIJ� f (422.00 R2) I rr�r�C r JIIJr�/� / 3! �I) J Jl)` J \ (N89° 26' 26"W J - _ JIIJJ 1 J3 56-6 � - _ _& LAURA RCE 28029 F - - L51 _ _ _ _� - - - - _ _N. 0.5', NO REFERENCE L47 SOMMERS BEND= - -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5' ACCEPTED AS POINT _ r FDA 8 X8 STONE �MON. r �,_ V r - NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS ON S'LY LINE OF-(75.81' R4) -01 MK D 'P17 ON SLY 7r�r� r 1IJr�� J 1 1 L 5 9 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER llll� '; J ��3l 3 POINT ON STY LINE OF R3 & R4 R3 & R4 (75.84 R2 & R3) L45- 7FRr4C7 JIJJr4_P J 4 J - J 2 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 R2,R3 & R4 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY \IIJJ J3,1 0- 3,6 625.59R2 & 133)_ _ (878.53' R2 & 133) '71 1 1 (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & 133) RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARYA�. (N89039'10'1 5282.95' R4) (N89°39'12'1N 5282. 7' R2 & R3) PAR. �7 � PAR. 2 1PAR. '6Ip�3 o pG�1Co3 ��0 " pG�][o3 �� � / pG�1C3 �27 / PAR. �2 PHB �4/ 0 �3-0 6 PAR. �� \ PAR. � FAR. �3 / PAR. 03=0Iq Bo -Bo 67-66 PmB 05/7�-72 4 "j Sow 37 34�_T) / \\'I- - o a ; J o o SpM MERS BEND 37306 1 I /CD m 4FED AC�4 M O SHEET 2 OF 7 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 16.590 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 23 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-7 MB / - 16. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. c- a � '� 6, °�° 17. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED 10-28-2019 AS INST. C= L a NO. 2019-0433380. o � r L()N N OQ =o z o Z ❑x MONUMENT LOG ao �m 1211 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER } SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. � o0 Q 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL o Q MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 m o SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. m 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD C� °o STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, DN. 0.1' Qp a o \ a 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL = U MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH a � LOOP ROAD 8 NICOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. o.� 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD P o STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 3 oQ CO a 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 M N a a 8 R4, FLUSH. M 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD N o STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1'. o qe Z • Q 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN °o WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND o a oo RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. oa a 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER �,\ SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. r\ rn� 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP o ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER ? SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY \ Q oo FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. a 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 AULD RD A. �o MURRIET HOT o0 SPRINGS D 2� SITE 79 R NZCO-NS cn ao CANTRELL RD mA 15 LSERENA AYcm MARGARITA �0 0 Or RD 9� q� raTs• MEADOWS PKWY IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. TRACT MAP NO, 37341-10 BOOK T , PAGE THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY _EEW VITERRA - \� VICINITY MAP N.T.S. n pY \ \ \ \ 1 JANUARY 2020 BOUNDARY MAP SEE SHEET NO. 2 �— I —/ unicu MAP Ho. 37 3 @ @ c7 � MB 66@@/oo=o@ �--1 SEE SHEET NO. 2 SHEET 3 OF 7 SHEETS r NOTES W W C °6 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL Qz 6 N �SHEET, SURVEYOR NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. Lo�� O O Z '-0C° Z 2 . SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. N (N89° 26' 27"W BASIS OF BEARINGS 260.88' R4) I o CD to 0 0 n o0 �- ,, ,, 110=J 05 �CL 6'�0� N \ HILLSTONE STREET SEDUM pRN _ \� ^� J o o — -� I °o °' �' o W �P z�ZN ��vp� o� �I����� 'r MAP In I I 4-- �' J� co I12 ado SOMMERS fhb d �c Io ti MV o — — ;0- BEND ° I \ `� c\1 I� ,�, — Z N892612W \. X- \ o I w Z�— 55.00' \ I , 9SZM o \ INBUTTERFIELD L7 682 STAGE ROAD -02803.697� > \w I �fl N /"z I M �O I � � c6 / \ \ L8 as 01 cc ��/� �m \ \� �G AC�� MAP p �]0® _ �2 // / N75' 5'02"W RAD PRC �/f n n T n /�(� nn AP �n / \/ \ / \\ I Do. �7���� \UnA � map HoVk' ®� -- �� S7 347 593 48 R4') A\( Z' 37368 ( °0o \/ °��69°� � "I� � \ � • � S V %� �/ i \ '� •o _ ZINN� CORS STATION BILL \ / \ \ � o ���A�� MAP) �� N 2154995.0380 i \ \ <, �' \ \ co E 6313564.1750 N88° 29' 38" E � / / / / \ SEEM /N0 5295.87 (GRID) 10 1' 0. /�pl / EN /\�� /` N88 29 38 E 69 'TnAC 'T ]AP) Ho. 5296.39 "E ,/ ago• O 20 a / \ �� ��(N88°29'37 % �0 �z i/ Gt� o37� ���oA—j 5296.39 2� 22 LL]2�—I�00 �� aR2 & R3) � W�/�moo. ca 1 — Q 110 CD 0�C ELEVATION=1354' CORS STATION "PMOB" \ J \ \ N73° 47' 21 "W RAD PCC I L \� — N 2074153.1260 / �c E 6375547. 4700 \ C2 ' N72 1' 33"W RAD R=765. OOI— - L2 — N29-5828"E RAD�22331_. OOL _ L3 `-' c�. �N57° 56'57"E RA �� / PRCT �\ SALVIAui ° NE 2BASIS OF °\(°44'14"WBEARINGS DETAIL °" R4 o (N85 ° 14' 27"w320.17 N N.T.S. CONVERGENCE ANGLE / 1�181• 10'R4) L1 426.53 ' R4) CORS STATION "P477" AT THE NORTHWEST / \ E 6298482.8020 CORNER OF SECTION 21 /� /�\\ �� SEE SHEET NO. 2 1� c 11 17 N C1� o Q 17 ,_ LLl ---, C/� A W 0 z Q� THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 5323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND :7 INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES FOUND 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH PER 1� TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. F9 ('9 INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. a CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). O INDICATES FOUND 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-7, MB TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (N 85044'14" W 81.81' 134) 11 L2 (S 77043'48" E 20.36' R4) J L3 (S 89038'24" E 132.73' R4) 1� L4 (N 81027'52" E 46.00' R4) Lo L5 (N 11005'30" W 137.63' R4) L6 (N 0021'36" E 2636.10' R4) 00 Ll (N 0021'34" E 2636.07' R2 8 R3) L7 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) M as -D- IN 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 8 R3) � L8 (N 78054'30" E 75.00' R5) L9 (N 81008'28" W 114.45' R5) 0 NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC � ----------------------- ro w Cl (27058'29" 231.00' 112.79' R4) C2 (1045'48" 765.00' 23.54' R4) C3 (13034'36" 800.00' 189.56' R4) N C4 (15018'12" 800.00' 213.67' R4) C5 (15046'58" 1000.00' 275.46' R4) Z -L0 C6 (3022'53" 1000.00' 59.01' R5) J C7 (8037'48" 300.00' 45.19' R5) 71" --7 C8 (8015'13" 500.00' 72.03' R5) o � N Ld Q0 M N o \z SCALE: 1" = 200' 200 0 200 400 SHEET 4 OF 7 SHEETS I / 22 / "TRAIL & FUEL MODIFICATION" 21 —� 'PEDESTRIAN, \ `FIRE ACCESS & \ DRA\NAGE" TOYON 1 ROAD _ --- 0 I "PEDESTRIAN & I FIRE ACCESS" i Q 0 6 I 1 a I I � I S I t0 ---1 �� I U UI \ — _ LU I 191 "PEDESTRIAN, FIRE i -ACCESS & DRAINAGE" Q = 7RAC 7 NO. �� I t 3 D / e to I a cn ZINNIA COURT t6 /�7 t to 200 / I — p SEDUM _ DRIVE I 21 I 1 2 3 4 5 18 U 0 0 w 06 J 6 c) N II 0 0 10 11 12 O Z Lu cn Lu cn — 13 14 LL 0 O O LLJ Z � U- �6 1506 W coLu V 16 W — — W 2 18 "PEDESTRIAN & FIRE ACCESS" f G�] Co3 J e 17 "BASIN" SHEET INDEX DETAIL N.T.S. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-10 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY INDEX MAP SHEET MARCH 2O19 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY. - - INDICATES CENTERLINE INDICATES LOT LINE. O INDICATES SHEET NO. A?EASEMENT NOTES 1. AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD.. 2 A 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3. A PRIVATE BLANKET DRAINAGE EASEMENT OVER ALL OF LOT 17. 4. A PRIVATE EQUESTRIAN TRAIL AND FUEL MODIFICATION EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 22. 5. AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RECORDED NOVEMBER 14, 2013 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2013-0539683, O.R. 6. AN EASEMENT FOR MULTI -USE TRAIL, PUBLIC ACCESS AND FUEL MODIFICATION PER TRACT MAP 37368 MB 468/89-98. \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\Phase3\TractMap37341-10\17883AM-10fmO4-Index.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 X U IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 5 OF 7 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-10 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY / / HIS 7 / 2 -314 (N89° 26' 27"W 260.88' 134) 22 "TRAIL & FUEL co MODIFICATION" Cn 0.377AC. t>:L w / N O W \ O �aLaC�� H 0. 37 36 7 LIUII � � e \ C10 o W \ w cos_+ \ \ W O cr 0 _ c LA O\y Ln M L31 I Ln C12 N ` w o TOYON ROAD N 28, _ 2B' M I g I I TR AC U NO. 37 34� e7 I _ _ I � I � � 1 � I / \ \ 28. OD'�, / P 56' 0' ° 3 38"E N66°6 .�5� Nap p 59.11' /-21 "PEDESTRIAN, FIRE o ACCESS & DRAINAGE" 0 0.062 AC. w N Z � N Ul N W � 1 ---Lzs--� 09 _ _ L20 N 4 N86°3' 18"W 2l2� \ L2 50.72' L22 rn M n 206. 0 36'� /ter', \ �6A co N N / W rn LA 0 �� co L12 / M 2 6 d / � N i"s �' / r � ui \ co a0.35 U �t 1 54 30 E� �c o Z ��\ cl y o ,N �� rn J Z Z) CV �\ co LC) C) I J Q w N 3 I M ") N o z W � co . C", ti O M co a0 Z ul V c, "PEDESTRIAN Q A cQ' Ll.I \ N85° 30' 53" E 154.26 RAD 20 &FIRE ACCESS" 0.105 AC. N85° 30' 53" E 151.88' N87 22 02 E R _ O _ o M O 00 o � a0 QOJ I co cli M ii 4 I N O n p L 0 J N O c 4 C> c" u � ZI co Q N83°22118" W 154.58' A RAD ��� J 2 9.50' I s col u a cv I -• rn I I SEE SHEET NO. 6 i 5 Lo tn �.6 N � O IQ 00 v c0 O d' I �''"� LLB Ki M � N M Lo Z Q_ W N N Co W p M - Z M I N77.56'31 „w N 18 . � 8 62 RAD / I v o f Z z� N � 0 W �I �I �I MARCH 2O19 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. 01►1mri1:1101142 NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L2 N 82055'32" E 33.37' L3 N 42021'53" W 18.47' L4 N 11005'30" W 20.00' L5 N 11005'30" W 31.00' Lll N 0059'11" E 30.14' L12 N 89000'49" W 30.00' L13 N 89056'34" E 20.00' L15 N 0003'26" W 30.02' L16 N 90000'00" W 17.42' L17 N 80003'38" E 53.03' L18 N 66050'33" E 60.91' L19 N 82055'32" E 40.41' L20 N 86023'18" W 65.66' L21 N 42021'41" W 42.52' L22 N 0059'11" E 11.92' L23 N 89026'27" W 37.09' L24 N 17030'08" E 27.59' L25 N 10040'08" W 32.96' L26 N 21012'29" E 37.71' L27 N 11035'15" E 30.21' L28 N 5056'52" W 32.80' L29 N 16044'23" W 37.32' L31 (N 78054'30" E 75.00' R5) CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Cl 38036'45" 46.00' ----- 31.00' C2 29035'32" 46.00' 23.76' C3 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' C4 1051'09" 928.00' 30.01' C5 2021'28" 972.00' 40.00' C10 25046'17" 46.00' 20.69' C11 93058'34" 46.00' 75.45' C12 (3022'53" 1000.00' 59.01' R5) O � ® O �O O � 0 a ®� O a 00 a � a SCALE: l" = 50' 50 0 50 100 N U C:\RICK\Projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinclMcp\Phcse3\TractMap37341-10\17883AM-10fm04-MapShtNo4.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET TRA(T MAP IVO, 37341-10 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY SEE SHEET NO. 5 _ � I / I I I „ � N in N J L to \ o J O O M � O Lo O n ❑ O M \ I 40 4N Oif CC I I \ I I I L 28.00 - 28.00' 1 28' 28' 56' 0 I I I Lo u' N880 38' 00" E 201. 83' Z "PEDESTRIAN, FIRE ACCESS & DRAINAGE" 0.139 AC. N88° 38' 00" E 200.92' N4° 1950" E 39.24' I 12 URA° CU �]0 Cl IJVLI � i W � U J Q M ro ~ M 3 3 p Q O N � o - o 0 CV N ro 1- N M O Z J z I I I V / L 28.00' ' ZINNIA COURT 28.00' I 3' 1 28.00 28.00'� �o I 3 0 I � 1 ti IcN �2 - �' N � N N Q 0 " J co o a "' e . 2 I ^o LoO Qo „� I cc if ia= co izz rn �I 20 1 01 / N 28 00, � a 28.00 ---_ N81°08'27"W RAD oho ROrn SEDUMNN _ DRIVE ��� � c 1 p ■ — It C13 N v—' a a:J I emu° — �5 L 32 — ra�mm I \ IY j O CO \ O � 1� � 0f I „ U 00 I..:Qc= f I SEE SHEET NO. 7 N16° 59' 10" E 42.57' 8 NO° 21' 36" E 42. 74'-< N88° 38' 00" E 196.82' 0 N88° 38' 00" E 192.75' RAD 10 N82° 22' 15" W 200.56' RAD 11 N78° 17'24 „w 226. 33' RAD 12 6 OF 7 SHEETS MARCH 2O19 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION g I ---- L9 - --LENGTH N 0021'36" E 30.01' L10 N 1°22'00" W 30.00' N77-56,31„W I L32 (N 81 °08' 28" W 1 14.45' R5 ) 1 88.62' RAD CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Z---- -------------------- -------- ��',� C6 3049' 00" 972 .00' 64. 75' C7 2013'35" 772.00' 30.00' w �I C13 (8015'13" 500.00' 72.03' 135) 6 I I 00 I O w to M co N87° 33' 00" W 204.38' RAD a J 0 0 zo 0 06 v U Q U Q o[� rQ Mczs T z O c\J c= Q �— U o o LL co ro Q rn O uj w M M u- N 06 N J_ z z Q rn 00 co N o r\ M C0 N W M N 0 z SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 M U \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\Phase3\TractMap37341-10\17883AM-10fmO5-MapShtNo5.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 7 OF 7 SHEETS TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-10 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY MARCH 2O19 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND SEE SHEET NO. 6 VICINITY MAP. � Q A o � �] 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET ��\//�� �37 �� � e � INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LIVII I it I v co SEDUIW DRIVE C13 Luol L32 co 00 \ 00 n I � J r- O 11 O co n II � q O0 Q \� cc o0 N 0 w Q I II --J N81°08'27"W RAD M 00 o� N " J M I II O M —� O � ro O N 4 N �- ti 'u I` 4 u I 28.00' 28.00' 28' 28' 0 O N 1 I FFFEEE unacu No. 37 34 � = 7 ���y/��� t V B 24 25 w � U Q o� o� w O O o ti� O - PM O Ln W Q W CO cq M M o ITi c, Z Z a cn Qo J 00 I ti � I 28.00' \28.00' o 3' 80 17 2411W 226. 33 RA 12 N89° 38' 24"W 237.00' RAD 13 N89° 38' 24"W 237.00' 14 N89°38'24"W 237.00' 15 N89° 38' 24"W 237.00' 16 / z om ra�rjj o co co O \ / N og N89° 38' 24" W 224.46' I � m N �� I & FIRE ACCESS" (N89° 38' 24"W 132.73' R"PEDESTRIAN 4) � 0.306 AC. p,q ,186 ° p615a a`L 4.- �\ 0' L"�aj N42° 43' 15"W RAD �.99 17 "BASIN" 2.133 AC. 3 N85°44'141]W — — -------81.81 ' R (N85° 44' 1411W —N85° 14' 2375.00' CD1.81'R4) ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- - - ---- - (N85 14 27" W 7"W 426 --- — — N89°38'24"W 233.58' 0 0 0 N O O 0 0 co M CZ a Iz � O r M z N o p w C2 EL cci U M rn �� c N W 0 O O Lz J o) N Lu °O o � zL o J_ ro M Q N W M N N z L30 0 o 0 M ail MI W N W M W M ON M N N z z N88°15'49"E 16.10' \( 5 ---- • 53 R4) --- -- 77�3C� �--------------- L1 3 0 LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- L1 ---------------- (N 77043'48" W --------- 20.36' 134) ---- C8 ----------- 15000'38" --------- 102.00' -------- 26.72' L7 N 14039'02" W 35.00' C9 61055'47" 46.00' 49.72' L8 N 14039'02" W 15.00' C13 (8015'13" 500.00' 72.03' 135) L14 N 85014'27" W 30.09' L30 N 89038'26" E 34.73' L32 (N 81008'28" W 114.45' R5) SCALE: 1" = 50' ` 50 0 50 100 0 C:\RICK\Projects\C-RIV-G\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinclMcp\Phcse3\TractMap37341-10\17883AM-10fm06-McpShtNo6.dgn PLOT DATE: 14-JUN-2021 JN 17883 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' 134) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' 132) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' 132) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' 132) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' 134) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' R3) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' 134) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' 133) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' R3) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' 134) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' R3) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' 134) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' 133) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' 134) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' R3) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' 134) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' 133) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' 134) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' 133) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' R4) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' R3) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' 134) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' 133) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' 134) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' 133) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' 133) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' 134) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' 134) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' 134) (N 40°55'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' 134) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' 134) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' R3) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' 133) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' 133) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' R4) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' 133) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' 134) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' R3) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' 134) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' 134) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' 133) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' 134) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' 134) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. �.7F'__l �a 20 %O S AD N53° 53' 32"W R 016 55' 110, 55 i� L49- TL LL� SEE DETAIL "A " 29 MURRIETTA AOT SPSP_RI�S RQAD '*O ° o lj �o V, ° RORIPAUGH VALLEY �3F71- 66 i v0 17 H La° C'T H 00 3 \ , R4) �P OZ 465.13 1311E-�U��i1J l� �/ vG3La�� �]0 '�G3QC�v �10 / I mho �� �� 4651136' R21 _ \ b T <; � An mp 311 3���6 �"�• - �377 C" 7RAC 7 H0 ®37306 4G3G°QC�4 �100 . 1� �o IL- o -_d4 J - -� ao _ I I ° Z v -1I- \_-- Flo IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA p p J a v LuTRACT MAP d =J37341-10"O W W, NO, Q J LO BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 10 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, m cp_� IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, Lr RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. �L RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2020 El BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & R3) CONTINUED TABLE DATA 55' L 45 ---r- L59 --�- (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE ----------------------------- (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) L45 (S 89°39'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' 132) (N 89°39'12" W 319.80' R2) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' R4) L32 (N 380 15' 19" E 655.48' 132) L46 (N 0°21'22" E 265.43' 134) L57 (N 0033'48" E 485.01' R4) o �r (N 0°20'58" E 265.41' 132) (N 0033'47" E 485.01' 132) Ob L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89a39�10�� W 55.00� R4) N M (N 89 39 12 W 55.00 R2 & R3) -� � (N 89°26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' R4) L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) �`P� �l LD (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC W LL1 L49 (N 48026'50" W 30.47' R4) (N 48025'50" W 30.48' R2) C1 (23°23'23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) v��23 `p w= ��� `�`� L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & R2) 1 �-L22 7 � (N 36044'30" E 122.39' R2) C2 (2°08'52" 1600.00' 59.98' R4) L2 r � um)(20 o U� L51 (N 89026' 26" W 500.00' R4 a R2) C3 (35° �2' 42�� 1600.00' 992.60' R4) & R2) � Z o z L L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) ° v Z D (35 32 46 1600.00 992.63 R1 & R2) � ,�� (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) J 8 L53 (N 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) (N 38015' 18"E 82.30' R2 ) o o e �� �� L54 (N 0 33 48" E 150.19' R4) `/ (N 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 a R3) L13 114 L1 o �p L43 L7�12�== - L53 , 0 T TL M A rim oLn z o o \ �� M M _ I�75z5 7r�r� r7 ]VIAL J ') I �(422. 01' R4 J3 1 J`55 J�JI� ' J ����` l 1 N89° 26' 26"W) /� 7ll� r7 lVlll�.p 3J33-zfl JVi -r- \ (422. 00' R2) 7;- Lr (D JVJr�P 3J3 4 J 1 J FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK 1\J1� (N89° 26' 26"W L48 'I\J]5' '1 3/56- 6 2 - _ & LAURA RCE 28029 - -L51 DN. 0.5', NO REFERENCE FD 8 x8 STONE MON. _ RFD 1 IP OPEN DN. 0.5 ON S'LY LINE OF -- (75.81' R4) L47 _ SOMMER_END= - - � ' ACCEPTED AS POINT r MK'D "P 17" ON S'LY 7F� 4 r7 1\Jl 4_P �3J32 J ` 13 NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS , L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER J�JJ� -''rJ �� 3 J ` ) POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 R3 & R4 (75.84 R2 & R3) L45_ rr�r� ] J�II-jj l 3' 1 ` 1 (625.52 R4) (878.58' R4) 6❑�� R2, R3 & R4 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY �J�11 J T / 3J� J_ _ 625.59'R2 & RR� _ (878.53' R2 & R3) 71 (5227.95 R4) (5227.88 R2 & R3) RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) \ pr�r� 1 J �r�r� �r1r� -''r P, _pJ\JJr f P1�11J 2J/ �r1;� , 12 _pJ�JJJ 1 '1/ )3` )� Pr1;� 1 1 Pr�R , r�F� , / pr�fl, 19 10 10 9 10 SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 16.590 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 23 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER IRS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-7 MB / - 16. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 17. C.C. a R's, RECORDED 10-28-2019 AS INST. NO. 2019-0433380. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 12 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER } >_ SECTION 20 PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. 0 z L� 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. a co SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. m 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD a STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, DN. 0.1' o � 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL _ U MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD a NORTH ro a c LOOP ROAD 8 NICOLAS RD. PER R1 a R4. N �� 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD �� STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. c 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 N a R4, FLUSH. M \ 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD N STAGE RD. PER R1 a R4, DN. 0.1'. Z i7 oo 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN �m�0 WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND o � RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 a R4, FLUSH. o 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER \ SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. rn\ 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP o ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER ? SECTION 21, PER IRS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 a R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON I FACE NO T SECTION 21 PERRSKCORNER 100/52-57, R2, R3a R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 BOOK T PAGE tem No. 15 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA JUNE 229 2021 CALL TO ORDER at 7:32 PM: President Schwank ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart (absent) CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS - None CSD CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Rahn, Second by Edwards. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 10. Approve Action Minutes of June 8, 2021 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of June 8, 2021. 11. Approve Five-yeargreement with Silverman Enterprises Inc., dba BAS Security, for Contracted Security Services Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve a five-year agreement with Silverman Enterprises Inc., dba BAS Security, for contracted security services, with an annual amount not to exceed $195,812.98 ($178,011.80 + 10% contingency). 12. Approve Agreement with Seaside Ice, LLC, dba Ice -America, for the Old Town Temecula Outdoor Ice Skating Rink Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve a five-year agreement with Seaside Ice, LLC, dba Ice -America, for a holiday season outdoor ice skating rink beginning 2021-2022 through 2025-2026, in an amount not to exceed $381,055 over the five-year term. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 13. Approve Agreement with Shawna Sarnowski for Photography Services at Various City Events and Programs Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve a five-year agreement with Shawna Sarnowski for photography services at various City events and programs beginning 2021-2022 through 2025-2026, in an amount not to exceed $40,000 per fiscal year over the five-year term. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT At 7:40 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Zak Schwank, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Item No. 16 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AGENDA REPORT TO: General Manager/Board of Directors FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Agreement with VisionOne for Theater Ticketing Software Services at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater PREPARED BY: Chariss Turner, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors approve an agreement with VisionOne, Inc. for ticketing software services for the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, for a three- year term and authorize annual payments not to exceed $40,000. BACKGROUND: On March 31, 2005, the City entered into a three-year agreement with VisionOne, Inc., for theater ticketing software services for the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Payment to Vision One is based on the number of tickets sold through this software system. The original agreement authorization amount was for $30,000 for the three-year term. In January of 2008, the City Council authorized an additional $20,000 in appropriation to provide on -going ticketing services. In September of 2013, the City Council authorized an additional appropriation of $80,000 over a two-year term expiring June 30, 3015. In June of 2015, Vision One offered a one-year agreement with a flat monthly rate based on the prior three-year average with a 25% overall reduction in fees with the term ending June 30, 2016. In May of 2016, the City of Temecula conducted an RFP for Theater Ticketing on PlanetBids. The Temecula Community Services and Information Technology Department representatives met to evaluate the Theater ticketing software services proposals resulting in the selection of Vision One. The recommendation was to contract for a three-year term expiring on June 30, 2019. In March of 2019, the City Council authorized an extension of the terms of the agreement to June 30, 2021. In October of 2019, the City Council also authorized an additional appropriation of $80,000 for a total agreement amount of $200,000. In May of 2021, the City of Temecula conducted an RFP for Theater Ticketing on PlanetBids. Temecula Community Services received one bid for the Theater Ticketing Software Services resulting in the selection of VisionOne, Inc. The recommendation is to contract for a three-year term expiring on June 30, 2024, with the option of two additional one year terms. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds of $40,000 Community Services District's Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget. be included in the Annual Operating Budget process. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement are available in the Temecula Funds for the remaining years will AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES BETWEEN TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AND VISIONONE, INC. THEATER TICKETING SOFTWARE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021 between the Temecula Community Services District, a community services district (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and VisionOne, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021 and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2024, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. The City may, upon mutual agreement, extend the contract for two (2) additional one (1) year terms. In no event shall the contract be extended beyond June 30, 2026. 2. SERVICES Consultant shall perform the services and tasks described and set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Consultant shall complete the tasks according to the schedule of performance which is also set forth in Exhibit A. 3. PERFORMANCE Consultant shall faithfully and competently exercise the ordinary skill and competence of members of their profession. Consultant shall employ all generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Consultant hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Consultant monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. This amount shall not exceed Forty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($40,000) each fiscal year for a total not to exceed Agreement amount of One Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($120,000) unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Consultant shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the General Manager. Consultant shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by General Manager and Consultant at the time City's written authorization is given to Consultant for the performance of said services. 12/31 /2020 5. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Consultant at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Consultant shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Consultant the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Consultant will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 6. DEFAULT OF CONSULTANT a. The Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Consultant is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Consultant for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Consultant. If such failure by the Consultant to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Consultant's control, and without fault or negligence of the Consultant, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the General Manager or his delegate determines that the Consultant is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Consultant with written notice of the default. The Consultant shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Consultant fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 7 OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission 12/31/2020 of the Consultant. With respect to computer files containing data generated for the work, Consultant shall make available to the City, upon reasonable written request by the City, the necessary computer software and hardware for purposes of accessing, compiling, transferring and printing computer files. 8. INDEMNIFICATION The Consultant agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees or volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Consultant's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 9. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS a. Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. b. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. C. Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence 2) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 12/31 /2020 d. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). e. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/orthe Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. f. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. g. Verification of Coverage. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 12/31 /2020 10. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Consultant is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Consultant shall at all times be under Consultant's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Consultant or any of Consultant's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Consultant shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Consultant shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Consultant as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Consultant for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Consultant for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 11. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Consultant shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Consultant to comply with this section. 12. RELEASE OF INFORMATION a. All information gained by Consultant in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and shall not be released by Consultant without City's prior written authorization. Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors, shall not without written authorization from the General Manager or unless requested by the City Attorney, voluntarily provide declarations, letters of support, testimony at depositions, response to interrogatories or other information concerning the work performed under this Agreement or relating to any project or property located within the City. Response to a subpoena or court order shall not be considered "voluntary" provided Consultant gives City notice of such court order or subpoena. b. Consultant shall promptly notify City should Consultant, its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors be served with any summons, complaint, subpoena, notice of deposition, request for documents, interrogatories, request for admissions or other discovery request, court order or subpoena from any party regarding this Agreement and the work performed there under or with respect to any project or property located within the City. City retains the right, but has no obligation, to represent Consultant and/or be present at any deposition, hearing or similar proceeding. Consultant agrees to cooperate fully with City and to provide City with the opportunity to review any response to discovery requests provided by Consultant. However, City's right to review any such response does not imply or mean the right by City to control, direct, or rewrite said response. 13. NOTICES 12/31 /2020 Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: General Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Consultant: VisionOne, Inc. 5260 N. Palm Ave., Ste. 229 Fresno, CA 93704 14. ASSIGNMENT The Consultant shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Consultant's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Consultant. 15. LICENSES At all times during the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 16. GOVERNING LAW The City and Consultant understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 17. PROHIBITED INTEREST No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Consultant, or Consultant's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Consultant hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof, or in the business of the Consultant or Consultant's sub -contractors on this project. Consultant further agrees to notify 12/31 /2020 the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 18. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 19. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Consultant warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Consultant and has the authority to bind Consultant to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The General Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 12/31 /2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Zak Schwank, President ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: _ Peter M. Thorson, General Counsel VisionOne, Inc. (Two Signatures of corporate off/cars required unless corporate documents authorize only ane person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation,) By:C� Bruno Boehi, President Operations rf `f Steve Brown, Chief Executive Officer CONSULTANT VisionOne, Inc. 6781 N. Palm Ave., Ste. 120 Fresno, CA 93704 559.432.8000 phone 559.431.5082 fax www.Showare.com e City Purchasing Mgr.l Initials and Date: MSV 06-09-2021 12/31/2020 EXHIBIT A Tasks to be Performed SCOPE OF SERVICES A. The solution must be a comprehensive ticketing software solution fulfilling the following Minimum, Functional, and Technical requirements. Implementation must be able to begin by JUL 1, 2021 and must be complete by SEP 1, 2021. B. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Proposer's solution meets the following minimum requirements: L Being utilized by at least three business or public entities in North America; in "Live" production use for not less than 6 plus months; and capable of managing ticketing and admissions for a client which has multiple venues with simultaneous events. ii. Capable of accommodating a potential volume of 75,000 tickets and 750 events annually. iii. Is a commercial off -the -shelf, integrated customer relationship management system with modules dedicated to ticketing, development, marketing, and reporting. iv. Capable of accommodating at least 50 simultaneous "master users" who will have the ability to access, add, edit and/or manipulate all data from the system's ticketing, development and marketing modules. v. Will allow the client to define user groups with varying security and access levels. vi. Capable of supporting all major operating systems (i.e. Windows, Apple, iPhone, Android, etc.) and current versions of commonly used browsers (e.g. IE, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome). vii. Responsive Design: Providing seamless access to the system from all major mobile devices (i.e. iPhones, iPads, Android phones, tablets, etc.). Pages render clearly so they are easy to view and navigate on smaller screens. C. FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Describe Proposer's approach to each requirement below. L A comprehensive customer service plan with qualified technicians available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. ii. Installation and implementation of a functionally -rich base product with minimal modifications and comprehensive on -site user training. iii. The capability to sell tickets via in-house ticket office, web and mobile environments, with a variety of discount options and pricing structures. iv. An online platform to allow patrons to package together ticket subscriptions that accommodate shows with various seating arrangements (i.e. both reserved and general admission events in the same subscription) and various pricing tiers. v. Detailed patron accounts that summarize patron ticketing and donation histories, as well as genre preferences, which update automatically and 12/31/2020 can be sorted by history and preference. Ability to merge duplicate customer accounts and delete unwanted accounts. vi. Multiple, customizable, user-friendly choose -your -own -seat seat maps. vii. Linkable up -sell options for online and mobile patrons. viii. Complete, real-time access control system to monitor venue attendance, including ticket scanners, bar coded tickets, and print -at-home tickets. ix. The ability to set and administer flexible and reasonable customer service fees and charges for ticket office and web sales, and the ability to waive such fees when needed (i.e. special offers). x. Comprehensive standard and customizable financial, marketing, and patron reporting options. All reports must be exportable in a variety of formats. xi. Financial task management including event settlement, subscription settlement, daily operations settlement, online credit card authorization, exchanges, refunds, accounts receivables, and account credits. xii. Fully -integrated and customizable email marketing system which includes auto -confirm, know -before -you -go, thank you, and survey emails with customizable HTML including graphics, links and data syncing. Email component will have the ability to analyze opens, forwards, opt -outs, and click -through. xiii. Integrated social media interfaces to enable purchases, shares, and tracking. xiv. Integrated donor module with customizable campaigns, planned giving, and membership tracking capabilities. xv. Responsive and cross -browser integration with Theater's website in a manner that allows Theater staff to easily control and update content. xvi. Ability to accept City of Temecula Branding & Style to match TemeculaCa.gov for cohesive user experience xvii. Provide measures that prevent security breaches and access to confidential data collected and stored. In addition, provide immediate notification of any known or suspected breach and follow on investigation to assess breach and implement changes ti remove risk. xviii. Ensure full public accessibility with an ability to meet current and future open data standards. xix. Provide secure website that meets PCI standard guidelines on security, privacy, and accessibility. xx. Provide warranty on all services for 1-year following implementation. xxi. A hosted, web -based solution is required. Cloud Services hosted on U.S. West Coast server(s) or on Proponent's own domestic server(s) is required. The solution must be compatible with current City of Temecula infrastructure which consists of three key components: internet connectivity, workstations, and servers. Temecula operates in a Microsoft Windows environment. xxii. Identify additional capabilities Proponent believes may be valuable. Identify the resources that will be required for the implementation of the project including City staff and an estimate of hours. D. The Vendor must deliver to the City a new fully operational Ticketing Software based on the following additional mandatory desired requirements: 10 12/31 /2020 1 Provide all features and functionality that exist on current Ticket X System (Vendors are strongly encouraged to carefully review the Ci 's existing web presence at www.TemeculaTheater.or ). Provide uniformity of design that is visually attractive, intuitive, and _ X 2 easy to use. Ability to have a homepage slideshow feature where fresh pictures X 3 are display frequently. Robust search capability (i.e. Google or similar look and feel and X 4 functionality preferred)- Consistent dropdown menus on all pages, with the ability to X 5 change the menus as needed. Ability to have section specific menus. 6 Site map provided that auto updates to reflect webpage X add/change/deletes. Printer -friendly page capability. X 7 8 Easy creation and management of data collection forms and X surveys and allow for data capture into database formats. Ability to link to/from City systems. Abilq to support City bio s /Press Releases. Ability to interface with social networking sites. Design architecture allows the website to be rendered on older X X X X 9 10 11 12 devices and operating system within two seconds. Provide header and footer and related support files based on site's X 13 look and feel template to use with 3rd party websites. Support "breadcrumb" type navigation. Provide the ability to archive outdated documents and images. Provide telephone support with a 4 hour response from 8 AM — 5 X X X 14 15 16 PM PST Monday through Friday. Provide emergency telephone support with 4 hour response from X 17 5:01 PM to 6:59 AM PST Monday — Friday and on weekends and holida s. Please state the holidays recognized by your firm. Include verbiage which requests that the vendor disclose any X 18 objections or exceptions that they may have with the City's SaaS Agreement (Exhibit B-2) or requirements being requested in the RFP. Ability to set system to automatically update content upon X 19 approval of edited a e. Ability to give a City staff member both edit and approval for their X 20 designated areas of responsibility. 21 Automatic replication of navigation and menu changes to all X related a es with no additional data en# . 22 Provide spell -check and grammar correction functionali . X 11 12/31 /2020 23 Support viewing of video and/or photo galleries from City -provided X content or allow links to photo galleries and videos hosted on another site. 24 Allow content editors flexibility in determining size and position of X page features such as photographs. 25 Ability to add, change, and/or delete links between pages and/or X to other websites as needed, with no vendor intervention required. 26 Allow CMS to be accessible via external access. X 27 Provide a search engine solution that will support indexing of all X contents within the CMS, as well as, external City website resources. 28 Ability to optimize uploaded pictures and graphic files for quickest X page loading. 29 Ability to publish and display hoto galleries and/or assets. X 30 Comprehensive training and user help documentation. X 31 Provide development and test environments for use by Authorized X Users at no additional charge. 32 Identify additional capabilities Proponent believes may be X valuable. 12 12/31 /2020 EXHIBIT B Payment Rates and Schedule SEE ATTACHED FINANCIAL PROPOSAL FROM ACCESSO SHOWARE 13 12/31/2020 Pricing Implementation and Start Up Costs • accesso ShoWare Installation • One-time accesso ShoWare setup fee • Up to 10 hours of Graphical Design including One (1) Graphical Design Concept • Seamless integration of accesso ShoWare solution into your existing website • Venue Presentation • Dynamic site layout • SSL and Payment Gateway setup • Monthly Secure Server Certificate • Domain Name transfer or set up • Monthly Hosting Grojohical Development & Implementation VVAIVt D $9L. 59970� Transaction Fees The accesso ShoWare model allows the City of Temecula to set its own fees and provide for generous revenue opportunities. The City can create a profit center and completely cover the accesso ShoWare costs with patron paid convenience fees. Net cost is zero. accesso does not dictate the fees to your customers. The City will determine, set and retain all patron fees including, but not limited to convenience fees, facility fees, per order fees and method of delivery fees. All fees may be programmed to show overtly to the customer or simply included in the ticket price. Fees may be attached uniquely by product and/or by ticket type, so the City may decide to tier its fees based on ticket price or charge flat rate fees. In addition, the City may decide to charge a higher rate on some tickets, lower on others. Whatever is in the best interest of your organization — it's completely within your control. accesso operates as a traditional vendor and will invoice The City of Temecula on a monthly basis for service chargeable transactions. City of Temecula Box Office(s) Online Comps ($0.00 dollar tickets)* $0.20/ticket $1.00/ticket $0.00/ticket *Capped at 20% of monthly ticket sales. Anything above will incur standard per ticket fee. Confidential/Trade secrets for the express use o1 Ili Clyof Temecula 2 City of Temecula Box Office(s) Online Round Up - under $5 Online Membership Sales (New and Renewal) Fixed Packages or Subscription Sales Flex Packages Streaming Sales at 720p Streaming Sales at 1080p Cash Handling Procedures $0.00/donation $0.00/donation No Charge $2.50/ Membership $2.50/ Package or Sub Per ticket fee will apply by channel $0.25 / viewer / hour plus per ticket fee $0.50 / viewer / hour plus per ticket fee The accesso ShoWare model allows the City of Temecula to directly control their finances and distribution of funds. This offers great benefits to the City as there is no settlement process with accesso ShoWare, and never any waiting on funds. As an accesso ShoWare client, you own and control your processor relationship— negotiating your own competitive credit card rates and receiving nightly deposits directly to your own bank account. All funds will be deposited directly to your designated City merchant account. Detailed reporting will allow the City to transfer and/or distribute the funds from the central merchant account as needed. accesso operates as a traditional vendor and will invoice the City on a monthly basis for service chargeable transactions. Custom Development Approach The accesso ShoWare system is fully customizable to meet any client needs. The solution is scalable such that additional modules and development items may be implemented productively over time. accesso ShoWare employs a full in-house development team and custom projects are scoped per requirements and quoted for time and costs. Conriden tial/Trade secrets for the express use offlie City of Temecula 3 Optional Services The following optional services are available to the City of Temecula. Call Center Services: provided by accesso $4.00 per order Fulfillment Fees: provided by accesso $4.00 per order Gift Card Module Supplied by ValuTec Integrated Email Marketing Services Supplied by Emma Gateway Service: P2PE Encrypted, FreedomPay Supplied by FreedomPay Optional Hardware The following equipment Is available to purchase at distributor rates from accesso. Boca Thermal Ticket Printer wireless tiarcode Scanners I2D) — Saveo w/mobile device Wireless Barcode Scanners, Pocket (21D) — Saveo w/ mobile device Ticket Stock Payment Terms $1,242.00 (each) $768.00(each) $44S.00 (each) $12.50 per 1,000 (sold in boxes of 10,000) All costs are based on a three-year commitment. Prices are set as of May 1", 2021 and the proposal is valid for 90 days. accesso requires a signed contract and user agreement to be received prior to shipping any hardware or equipment. Con ride ntiaitrrade secrets for the express use of I he City of Temecula 4 EXHIBIT A Pricing Form Proponent must provide a detailed and comprehensive breakdown of all costs associated with fulfillment of the proposed project. If there are elements which impact pricing but which are not included in the following chart, please describe those in detail, as well. TicketingCITY OF TEMECULA Temecula Theater Software Pricing One -Time Costs Traihlh Installation $0.00 $0.00 0 tlon I: FLAT FEE Monthly Cost $0.00 Option II: Metered Pricing Ticket Office $0.20 Print Home $0.00 Online $1.00 Scanners Cost;Each $768.00 Quanti 0.00 Total $0.00 BOCA Printers or any new Thermal Ticket Printer equipment Cost/Each $1.242.00 Quantity $0.00 Total $0.00 Credit Card Readers Cost/Each $85.00 Quantt 0.00 Total $0.00 Shipping Cost Cosf/.Eadh $0.00 Quaiitl 0.00 Total $0.00 Data Migration I Migrate Patron Information / Data Map Fee from previous CRM System Cost $0.00 Licencing Model 1 Upgrades (if applicable) Cost $0.00 Additional Costs r . r; ,.il .;j ;,i ir,iiiy, :r,r �1 j l{1'.r1i .� in'ic• . $0.00 Cost $0.00 Total $0.00 TOTAL COST One -Time $0.00 Annual $0.00 tem No. 17 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AGENDA REPORT TO: General Manager/Board of Directors FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Agreement with Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions for Screen Printing, Embroidery, Artwork and Promotional Items PREPARED BY: Jennifer Dominguez, Office Specialist I RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors approve an agreement with Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions to provide screen printing, embroidery, artwork, and promotional items at various City events and programs for Fiscal Years 2021-2022 through 2025-2026, in an amount not to exceed $150,000 over the five-year term. BACKGROUND: Christian Stitchery has been providing high quality, professional screen printing and embroidery services to the Temecula Community Services Department since 2019. They continue to provide excellent customer service and are a pleasure to do business with. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds of $30,000 are available in the Temecula Community Services District's Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget. Funds for the remaining four years will be adequately appropriated within the Temecula Community Services District operating budget. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement NON-EXCLUSIVE COMMODITY & GRAPHIC DESIGN AGREEMENT BETWEEN TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AND CHRISTIAN STITCHERY DBA SO CAL IMPRESSIONS SCREEN PRINTING, EMBROIDERY, ARTWORK, & PROMOTIONAL ITEMS THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of July 13, 2021, between the Temecula Community Services District, a community services district (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions, a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Vendor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 13, 2021, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2026, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. If Agreement is extended beyond the original term, the Agreement price shall be adjusted at the beginning of each fiscal year in accordance with the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Core Based Statistical Area using the most recently published month annual percentage change. 2. PURCHASE OF GOODS Vendor recognizes and agrees that this Agreement is for the purpose of establishing a contractual relationship between the City and the Vendor for the non-exclusive procurement of retail goods as specified on Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. The Vendor understands this Agreement is non-exclusive and the City reserves the right to purchase similar goods from other Vendors. 3. PURCHASE PRICE The City agrees to pay the Vendor for merchandise ordered and received in the amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($30,000.00) each fiscal year for a total not to exceed Agreement amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($150,000.00) unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. Vendor will submit invoices monthly for actual merchandise ordered and received. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth day of each month for merchandise delivered and accepted. Payment will be made within thirty (30) business days following the receipt of invoice as to all non -disputed fees. The not to exceed purchase amount listed herein is an estimated expenditure and this Agreement does not guarantee Vendor this amount in purchases. 4. REPRESENTATION AND WARRANTIES OF VENDOR Vendor makes the following representations and warranties to City: a. Authority and Consents. Vendor has the right, power, legal capacity and authority to enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement. No approvals or consents of any persons are necessary in connection with Vendor's execution, delivery and performance ` 191irp"ZIN11 of this Agreement, except for such as have been obtained on or prior to the date hereof. The execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement by Vendor have been duly authorized by all necessary action on the part of Vendor and constitute the legal, valid and binding obligations of Vendor, enforceable against Vendor in accordance with their respective terms. b. Title License and O eratin Condition. Vendor has good and marketable title to all of the merchandise. All of the merchandise are free and clear of any restrictions on or mortgages, liens, pledges, charges, encumbrances, equities, claims, covenants, conditions, and restrictions except for such as may be created or granted by City. All of the merchandise is in good condition, free of any defects, and are in conformity with the specifications, descriptions, representations and warranties set forth in the Vendor's catalog, website, retail store, quote or in the Agreement Documents that may be attached hereto or incorporated herein. C. Full Disclosure. None of the representations and warranties made by Vendor in this Agreement contains or will contain any untrue statements of a material fact, or omits to state a material fact necessary to make the statements made, in light of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading. 5. OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENT ARTWORK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS a. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to sales, costs, expenses, receipts and other such information required by City that relate to the performance of services under this Agreement. Consultant shall maintain adequate records of services provided in sufficient detail to permit an evaluation of services. All such records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be clearly identified and readily accessible. Consultant shall provide free access to the representatives of City or its designees at reasonable times to such books and records, shall give City the right to examine and audit said books and records, shall permit City to make transcripts there from as necessary, and shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings and activities related to this Agreement. Such records, together with supporting documents, shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years after receipt of final payment. b. Any materials, artwork, designs, or other properties furnished by the City or specifically paid for by the City shall be the City's property. Any such property shall be used only for the City of Temecula, Consultant shall state copyright charges for the development of any logo or seal for City use. The City shall own all copyrights to any artwork or design used for the development of any City logo or seal. C. Upon completion of, or in the event of termination or suspension of this Agreement, all original artwork, designs, photographs, photographic negatives, documents, designs, drawings, maps, models, computer files, surveys, notes and other containing data generated for the work, surveys, notes, and other documents prepared in the course of providing the services to be performed pursuant to this Agreement shall become the sole property of the City and may be used, reused or otherwise disposed of by the City without the permission of the Consultant. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that the City will use the logo described in Exhibit A for the City's vehicles, building and public signs, promotional brochures, advertising or economic development activities, City events, City booklets and reports, CD ROM promotional disks, videos, and other promotional, economic development or community service activities, events or information, and that the City may provide the logo or design in or photographs of the logo in camera ready or electronic formats to other non-profit or for -profit groups for their use, and that such use shall be without further approval or additional compensation to the Consultant. City 2 12/31 /2020 shall not be required to provide credits to Consultant in any use of the logo, design, or photographs. 6. TIME OF DELIVERY The date and time of delivery of the merchandise shall be stated at time of order. The merchandise shall be delivered to the City location as stated on the purchase order or at time of merchandise order. 7. RISK OF LOSS Risk of loss, damage and destruction of the merchandise shall remain with the Vendor until after inspection and acceptance of the merchandise by City. 8. INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE City shall inspect the merchandise at the time and place of delivery. Such inspection may include reasonable review by City. If in the determination of the City, the merchandise fails to conform to the Agreement IN ANY MANNER OR RESPECT, City shall so notify Vendor within ten (10) days of delivery of the merchandise to City. Failing such notice, the merchandise shall be deemed accepted by City as of the date of receipt. 9. REJECTION In the event of such notice of non -conformity by City pursuant to the section entitled "Inspection and Acceptance" above, City may, at its option, (1) reject the whole of the Merchandise, (2) accept the whole of the Merchandise, or (3) accept any commercial unit or units/portions of the Merchandise and reject the remainder. The exercise of any of the above options shall be "without prejudice" and with full reservation of any rights and remedies of City attendant upon a breach. In the event of such notice and election by City, City agrees to comply with all reasonable instructions of Vendor and, in the event that expenses are incurred by City in following such instructions, Vendor shall indemnify City in full for such expenses. 10. NO REPLACEMENTS OF CURE This Agreement calls for strict compliance. Vendor expressly agrees that both the Merchandise tendered and the tender itself will conform fully to the terms and conditions of the Agreement on the original tender. In the event of rejection by City of the whole of the Merchandise or any part thereof pursuant to the section entitled "Rejection" above, City may, but is not required to, accept any substitute performance from Vendor or engage in subsequent efforts to affect a cure of the original tender by Vendor. 11. NON -ASSIGNABILITY The Vendor shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. 12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR 3 12/31 /2020 The Vendor is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the Work under this Agreement on behalf of the Vendor shall at all times be under Vendor's exclusive direction and control. 13. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Vendor shall keep itself informed of State and Federal laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Vendor shall at all times observe and comply with all such laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Vendor to comply with this section. 14. INDEMNIFICATION Vendor agrees to defend, indemnify, protect, and hold harmless, the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, and its officers, officials, employees, agents, and volunteers, from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of any kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Vendor's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the Work or the Vendor's performance or non-performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability out of the sole negligence of the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. 15. TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION This Agreement may be terminated or suspended at any time, for any reason, with or without cause at the sole and exclusive discretion of the General Manager, without default or breach of this Agreement by the City. 16. SURVIVAL OF REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES All representations, warranties, covenants and agreements of the parties contained in this Agreement shall survive the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement. 17. REMEDIES The remedies and rights conferred on the City by this Agreement are in addition to and cumulative with all other remedies and rights accorded the City under law or equity. 18. SEVERABILITY If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable by any court of final jurisdiction, it is the intent of the parties that all other provisions of this Agreement be construed to remain fully valid, enforceable, and binding on the parties. 19. GOVERNING LAW 4 12/31/2020 This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with, and governed by, the laws of the State of California as applied to contracts that are executed and performed entirely in California. The City and Vendor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties, and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This is the entire agreement between the parties regarding the commodities purchased by this Agreement. Any modification or amendment of this Agreement shall not be effective unless in writing and assigned by the parties to this Agreement. 21. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Vendor warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Vendor and has the authority to bind the Vendor to the performance of its obligation hereunder. The General Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 5 12/31/2020 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES CHRISTIAN STITCHERY DBA SO CAL DISTRICT IMPRESSIONS (rwo Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation) By: Zak Schwank, TCSD President ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: anlel Renaldo, President i`atyfl/��� .. , Treasurer By: Peter M. Thorson, General VENDOR Counsel Christian Stitchery dba So Cal Impressions Attn: Daniel Renaldo 41795 Elm ST., Suite 202 Murrieta, CA 92562 961-677-8900 dan@socalimpressions.com City Purchasing Mgr. Initials and Date: / 4SY 06-10-2021 6 12/31/2020 EXHIBIT A Scope of Work / Outline Of Order or Service Procedure Vendor recognizes and agrees that this Agreement is for the purpose of establishing a contractual relationship between the Temecula Community Services District and the Vendor, for the purchase of goods or services. The procedure for ordering goods or requesting services is set forth as follows: o Prior to designing the logo, Contractor shall discuss the project and design ideas with authorized City staff; o Drafts of the logo design shall be submitted to authorized City staff on or before five business days following the City's selection of final design; o A final proof shall be submitted to authorized City staff on or before three business days following the City's selection of the final design; o Contractor shall provide City with a hardcopy and electronic version of the logo in camera ready and file transfer format to be used at the sole discretion for the City for current and future use; o Contractor shall design and provide electronic production files of camera-ready art for the Community Services Department programs and activity logotypes needed; o Contractor shall provide various promotional items on an as needed basis; o Contractor shall provide screen -printed and/ or embroidered apparel on an as needed basis. A. Type of services being procured, but not limitedto: 1. Logo Design 2. Screen -printing 3. Embroidery 12/31 /2020 EXHIBIT B DESCRIPTION AND PRICE LIST OF MERCHANDISE Quotes shall be provided as requested by City staff for each service requested. Cost of services shall be as quoted, but in no event shall the total Agreement amount exceed $150,000.00 as outlined in Section 4 of this Agreement. The not to exceed payment amount listed herein is an estimated expenditure and this Agreement does not guarantee Vendor this amount in purchases. s 12/31 /2020 Item No. 18 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Isaac Garibay, Director of Human Resources & Risk Management DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Approve Amended Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule Effective July 13, 2021 RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2021- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE BACKGROUND: On June 8, 2021, the Temecula City Council adopted the Fiscal Year 2021- 2022 Annual Operating Budget which included a revised Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule. Since that time, changes in organizational staffing have provided an opportunity to reevaluate staffing levels and individual department structures. Specific changes in staffing include current vacancies due to attrition and anticipated vacancies due to pending retirements. In an effort to better position the City for flexibility in implementing more effective and efficient organizational structures, staff is proposing changes to the Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule. Proposed Salary Schedule Revisions 1. The Deputy City Manager classification has not been authorized or filled since 2012 and the salary range for that position is not properly aligned with other classifications in the City's Classification and Compensation System. Specifically, the Deputy City Manager salary range should be positioned between the Assistant City Manager salary range, and all Department Director level salary ranges. That is not currently the case. In anticipation of authorizing and filling the Deputy City Manager position, staff is recommending that the Deputy City Manager salary range be set below the Assistant City Manager, but above all Department Directors. Therefore, staff is proposing a salary range for Deputy City Manager of $139,713.60 to $212,581.72 annually. There is no fiscal impact associated with this proposal. 2. The City's Classification Structure contains an Assistant Director position for each Department with the exception of Public Works and Community Development. For cohesiveness, staff is recommending adding the classifications of Assistant Director of Public Works and Assistant Director of Community Development to the Salary Schedule. This recommendation is not to authorize that these positions be filled; the recommendation is simply to assign a salary range to each position to be consistent with all other departments. Therefore, staff is recommending that the salary range for Assistant Director of Public works be $136,302.40 to $192,587.20 annually, and the salary range for Assistant Director of Community Development to be $123,489.60 to $174,470.40 annually. There is no fiscal impact associated with this proposal. 3. Retitle Payroll Manager to Finance Manager on the salary schedule. Proposed Schedule of Authorized Positions Revisions 1. The Administrative Assistant position in the City Clerk's Office was recently vacated. Given the evolution of operations and responsibilities in the department internally and externally, the needs of the department warrant the addition of a generalist with more technical and analytical skills as opposed to clerical and administrative support skills. Therefore, staff is recommending that the Administrative Assistant position be reclassified to Management Assistant on the Schedule of Authorized Positions. There is no fiscal impact associated with this proposal as there are offsetting savings within the departmental budget. 2. The Finance Department currently has three vacant positions and is proposing to reclassify several positions to better align the job specifications and pay scale with the duties of each position, as well as strategically plan for employee succession. As a result, staff is recommending the following changes to the Schedule of Authorized positions: a. Reclassify the Management Analyst (Limited Term) position to Assistant Director of Finance. b. Reclassify the Accounting Assistant (Confidential) to Senior Accounting Technician (Confidential). This change would also result in an increase of 0.25 in authorized staffing levels. c. Reclassify the Management Analyst (CIP) to Finance Manager The total fiscal impact, net of offsetting savings within the departmental budget is $12,590. 3. The Public Works Department is working to comply with the requirements of SB 1383, which is a statewide effort to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants. Additional staffing resources are needed on a temporary basis to administer this program. Therefore, staff is recommending an Office Specialist II position be reclassified to a Management Assistant position for a limited term of one year. The total fiscal impact of this proposal for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 is $4,795; however, it is important to note that the cost of this will likely be fully recovered from the State of California for costs associated with SB 1383. 4. With the imminent retirement of the current Assistant City Manager, City Management staff will be restructured. Part of that restructuring includes promoting the Director of Community Development to Deputy City Manager. Therefore, staff is recommending that the Director of Community Development position be reclassified to Deputy City Manager on the Schedule of Authorized Positions. The maximum fiscal impact of this proposal for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 is $14,809.60. FISCAL IMPACT: Fiscal impact for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 is $32,194.60. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Schedule of Authorized Positions Effective 07-13-2021 3. Salary Schedule Effective 07-13-2021 RESOLUTION NO.2021- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule, attached hereto, is hereby adopted pursuant to Section 45001 of the California Government Code. Such list is attached to this Resolution and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 2. The Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule shall become effective July 13, 2021, and may be, thereafter, amended. Section 3. The City Manager shall implement the attached Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule and has the authority to select and appoint employees and approve Executive Staff employment agreements in accordance with the City of Temecula's Municipal Code and personnel policies. Section 4. In accordance with City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 2.6.030, the City Manager shall administer the City personnel system. This resolution specifically authorizes the City Manager to fix and alter the titles, compensation, and number of positions in the Schedule of Authorized Positions as needed, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the City Council. Section 5. All prior resolutions and parts of this resolution in conflict with this Resolution are hereby rescinded. Section 6. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13t" day of July, 2021. Maryann Edwards, 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. 2021- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of July, 2021, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Operating Budget SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 13, 2021 FY2021-22 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/Non- Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum CITY COUNCIL Councilmember 5.0 600 800 N/A E City Council Subtotal: 5.0 CITY MANAGER Assistant City Manager 1.0 12,851 18,158 Exec E Assistant to the City Manager City Manager Executive Assistant 1.0 9,556 13,501 MCP E 1.0 N/A 21,093 Contract E 1.0 4,444 6,280 MCP E Office Aide III City Manager Subtotal: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic Development Manager 0.75 1.0 2,921 3,739 7,651 10,811 Rep MCP NE E Management Analyst 1.0 5,689 8,039 MCP E Management Assistant (Confidential) 1.0 4,231 5,978 MCP NE Multimedia Specialist 1 1.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Senior Management Analyst Economic Development Subtotal: CITY CLERK 1.0 6,280 8,873 MCP E Deputy City Clerk 1.0 6,438 9,095 MCP E Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk 1.0 10,547 14,903 Exec E Management Assistant 1.0 4,231 5,415 Rep NE Records Manager 1.0 5,833 8,240 MCP E Records Technician 1.0 3,389 4,337 Rep NE City Clerk Subtotal: 5.0 HUMAN RESOURCES Director of HR/Risk Management 1.0 10,547 14,903 Exec E Human Resources Assistant (Confidential) 1.0 4,027 5,689 MCP NE Human Resources Technician I (Confidential) 1.0 4,444 6,280 MCP NE Risk Manager (Underfill as Mgmt Analyst) 1.0 7,651 10,811 MCP E Senior Management Analyst 2.0 6,280 8,873 MCP E Human Resources Subtotal: 6.0 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 5,689 8,039 MCP E Management Analyst 1.0 Emergency Management Subtotal: 1.0 FINANCE Accountant 11 (Confidential) Accounting Assistant 1.0 6,127 8,656 MCP NE 2.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Accounting Assistant - Cashier 2.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Accounting Technician 1 1.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Assistant Director of Finance 1.0 8,447 11,934 MCP E Director of Finance 1.0 11,359 16,049 Exec E Fiscal Services Manager 2.0 7,651 10,811 MCP E Management Analyst 1.0 5,689 8,039 MCP E Finance Manager 1.0 6,438 9,095 MCP E Purchasing Manager 1.0 6,438 9,095 MCP E Senior Accounting Technician 1.0 5,283 6,763 Rep NE Senior Accounting Technician - Payroll Confidential 1.00 1 5,283 7,465 1 MCP NE Finance Subtotal: 1 14.00 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Operating Budget SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 13, 2021 FY2021-22 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/Non- Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Senior Administrative Assistant 0.5 4,231 5,415 Rep NE Assistant Director Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 9,095 12,851 MCP E Director of Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 10,547 14,903 Exec E Information Technology Manager 1.0 8,240 11,643 MCP E Information Technology Specialist II 1.0 5,550 7,105 Rep NE Information Technology Supervisor 3.0 6,763 8,656 Rep NE Information Technology Supervisor (Multimedia Services) 1.0 6,763 8,656 Rep NE Information Technology Technician 1 1.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Information Technology Technician II 1.0 4,786 6,127 Rep NE Senior Information Technology Specialist 2.0 6,127 7,843 Rep NE Support Services Office Specialist II - AM 0.6 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Office Specialist II - PM Support Services Supervisor 0.6 3,305 4,231 Rep NE 1.0 4,027 5,155 Rep NE Support Services Technician 0.5 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Information Technology Subtotal: 15.2 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administrative Assistant 1.0 3,832 4,907 Rep NE Deputy City Manager 1.0 12,537 17,715 Exec E Principal Management Analyst (Underfill as Senior Mgmt Analyst) 1.0 6,932 9,795 MCP E SARDA/CDBG/Service Level D Assistant Planner 0.25 5,283 6,763 Rep NE Associate Planner II 0.5 6,438 8,240 Rep NE Senior Planner 0.35 7,105 10,039 MCP E Planning Assistant Planner 0.75 5,283 6,763 Rep NE Associate Planner 1 1.0 5,833 7,465 Rep NE Associate Planner II 2.5 6,438 8,240 Rep NE Community Development Technician II 4.0 4,670 5,978 Rep NE Office Specialist II 0.5 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Planning Manager 1.0 8,656 12,232 MCP E Planning Technician 1.0 4,786 6,127 Rep NE Senior Management Analyst 0.1 6,280 8,873 MCP E Senior Planner 0.65 7,105 10,039 MCP E Building and Safety/Code Enforcement Building Inspector 1 1.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Building Inspector II 3.0 5,978 7,651 Rep NE Building Official 1.0 9,556 13,501 MCP E Code Enforcement Officer II 1.0 4,907 6,280 Rep NE Field Supervisor - Code Enforcement 1.0 5,978 7,651 Rep NE Office Specialist II 0.5 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Plan Checker 1.0 7,283 9,322 Rep NE Senior Code Enforcement Officer 1.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Senior Management Analyst 0.9 6,280 8,873 MCP E Senior Office Specialist 1 2.0 3,649 4,670 Rep NE Community Development Subtotal: 1 28.0 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Operating Budget SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 13, 2021 FY2021-22 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/Non- Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum PUBLIC WORKS Administrative Assistant 1.0 3,832 4,907 Rep NE Director of Public Works 1.0 12,232 17,283 Exec E Principal Management Analyst 1.0 6,932 9,795 MCP E CIP Administration Associate Civil Engineer 2.0 7,651 9,795 Rep E Associate Engineer II 3.0 7,283 9,322 Rep E Engineering Manager 1.0 10,547 14,903 MCP E Senior Office Specialist 1.0 3,649 4,670 Rep NE Public Works Inspector II 1.0 4,907 6,280 Rep NE Senior Civil Engineer 2.0 8,656 12,232 MCP E Senior Public Works Inspector (Y-Rate) 1.0 5,587 7,150 Rep NE Land Development/NPDES Associate Civil Engineer 2.0 7,651 9,795 Rep E Associate Engineer 1 1.0 6,599 8,447 Rep E Associate Engineer II 2.0 7,283 9,322 Rep E Engineering Tech 1 1.0 4,907 6,280 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Principal Civil Engineer 1.0 9,556 13,501 MCP E Senior Public Works Inspector 2.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Traffic Associate Engineer II 1.0 7,283 9,322 Rep E Senior Civil Engineer 1.0 8,656 12,232 MCP E Senior Signal Technician 1.0 6,438 8,240 Rep NE Signal Technician 1 1.0 5,550 7,105 Rep NE Maintenance (Streets, Facilities, Parks) Custodian I - Facilities 1.0 2,583 3,305 Rep NE Custodian II (Y-Rate) - Facilities 1.0 2,862 3,663 Rep NE Field Supervisor - Facilities 1.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Landscape Inspector II 1.0 5,155 6,599 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - HVAC 1.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Streets 3.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Parks 2.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Facilities 1.0 4,907 6,280 Rep NE Maintenance Manager 1.0 7,843 11,081 MCP E Maintenance Superintendent 2.0 7,105 10,039 MCP E Maintenance Supervisor - Streets/Facilities 1.0 6,438 9,095 MCP E Maintenance Worker I - Streets 3.0 3,739 4,786 Rep NE Maintenance Worker I - Parks 1.0 3,739 4,786 Rep NE Maintenance Worker I - Facilities 2.0 4,027 5,155 Rep NE Maintenance Worker II - Streets/Parks 3.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Management Assistant 1.0 4,231 5,415 Rep NE Management Assistant (Limited Term) 1.0 4,231 5,415 Rep NE Senior Landscape Inspector 1 1.0 1 5,689 7,283 1 Rep NE Public Works Subtotal: 1 55.0 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Operating Budget SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 13, 2021 FY2021-22 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/Non- Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum FIRE Community Development Technician 1 1.0 4,231 5,415 Rep NE Community Development Technician II 1.0 4,670 5,978 Rep NE Fire Inspector 1 1.0 6,280 8,039 Rep NE Management Analyst 1.0 5,689 8,039 MCP E Fire Subtotal: 4.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES Aquatics Supervisor 11 1.0 5,415 6,932 Rep NE Assistant Director of Community Services 1.0 8,656 12,232 MCP E Community Services Assistant 1.0 3,389 4,337 Rep NE Community Services Coordinator 1 1.0 4,337 5,550 Rep NE Community Services Coordinator II 3.0 4,555 5,833 Rep NE Community Services Manager 9.0 7,105 10,039 MCP E Community Services Specialist 1 1.0 3,739 4,786 Rep NE Community Services Superintendent 1.0 7,843 11,081 MCP E Community Services Supervisor 1 3.0 5,028 6,438 Rep NE Community Services Supervisor II 2.0 5,283 6,763 Rep NE Director of Community Services 1.0 11,359 16,049 Exec E Lead Lifeguard 1.0 2,850 3,649 Rep NE Management Aide II 1.0 3,472 4,444 Rep NE Management Analyst 1.0 5,689 8,039 MCP E Multimedia Coordinator 1.0 5,283 6,763 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,305 4,231 Rep NE Park Ranger 1 1.0 4,027 5,155 Rep NE Park Ranger II 2.0 4,444 5,689 Rep NE Theater Technical Assistant 1.0 3,389 4,337 Rep NE Theater Technical Coordinator II 1 1.0 1 4,555 5,833 Rep I NE Community Services Subtotal: 1 34.0 Total By Department City Council City Manager Economic Development City Clerk Human Resources Emergency Management Finance Information Technology Community Development Public Works Fire Communitv Services Positions * Bargaining Units: Rep = Represented MCP = Management/Confidential 5.0 4.75 Exec = Executive 5.0 5.0 6.0 1.0 14.00 15.2 28.0 55.0 4.0 34.0 Unfunded positions include: (1) Payroll Coordinator (1) Office Specialist I (TCSD), and (1) Community Services Manager (TCSD) The two TCSD positions are associated with the Margarita Recreation Center and will remain unfunded until the facility has been rehabilitated and is open for operation. CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base ADMINISTRATIVE Executive Assistant 4 951-004 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Senior Office Specialist 2 954-002 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Office Aide 111 1 957-001 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 Monthly 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 3,558.53 3,648.67 3,738.80 3,832.40 Annually 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 42,702.40 43,784.00 44,865.60 45,988.80 Office Aide 1 1 959-001 Hourly 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 Monthly 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 3,305.47 3,388.67 3,471.87 Annually 29,494.40 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 39,665.60 40,664.00 41,662.40 ANALYST Principal Management Analyst 7 901-007 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 68,265.60 69,971.20 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 Management Assistant 4 904-004 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 1 907-001 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 Monthly 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 Annually 29,494.40 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 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Director of Community Development 8 300-008 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Dir. of Community Development 7 380-007 Hourly 59.37 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 Monthly 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 13,838.93 14,185.60 14,539.20 Annually 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 143,208.00 146,785.60 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - BUILDING & SAFETY Building Official 7 331-007 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Senior Building Inspector 3 332-003 Hourly 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 Monthly 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 Annually 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 II 2 333-002 Hourly 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - CODE ENFORCEMENT Field Supervisor - Code Enforcement 4 343-004 Hourly 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Code Enforcement Officer 1 1 342-001 Hourly 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Associate Planner 11 4 304-004 Hourly 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Planning Technician 1 307-001 Hourly 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 Monthly 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 Annually 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 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - SERVICES CommDev Processing Supervisor 4 320-004 Hourly 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 Monthly 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 Annually 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 CommDev Services Technician 1 1 323-001 Hourly 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 Monthly 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 Annually 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 CITY CLERK Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk 8 500-009 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Records Supervisor 4 511-004 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Records Technician 1 514-001 Hourly 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 124.37 Monthly 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 21,557.05 Annually 258,684.55 Assistant City Manager 8 101-008 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 99.71 102.20 Monthly 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 17,714.67 Annually 150,446.40 154,211.20 158,059.20 162,011.20 166,067.20 170,227.20 174,470.40 178,838.40 183,310.40 187,886.40 192,587.20 197,392.00 202,342.40 207,396.80 212,576.00 Assistant to the City Manager 6 103-007 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 7e[ela]us] aII CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base COMMUNITY SERVICES Director of Community Services 8 600-008 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Community Services Supervisor II 4 610-004 Hourly 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 4 611-004 Hourly 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 3 613-003 Hourly 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 Monthly 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 3,388.67 Annually 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 40,664.00 Recreation Assistant 1 619-001 Hourly 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 Monthly 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 Annually 29,494.40 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 COMMUNITY SERVICES - AQUATICS Aquatics Supervisor 11 4 620-004 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 Monthly 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 3,388.67 Annually 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 40,664.00 7e[eTa, IEilaII CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base Lifeguard 1 625-001 Hourly 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 Monthly 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 Annually 29,494.40 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 Water Safety Instructor 1 626-001 Hourly 14.18 14.53 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 Monthly 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 Annually 29,494.40 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 COMMUNITY SERVICES - DAY CAMP Day Camp Director 1 654-001 Hourly 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Theater Technical Specialist 1 2 643-002 Hourly 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 5OF11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base FINANCE - ACCOUNTING Senior Accountant 4 240-004 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 FINANCE - ACCOUNTING SUPPORT Accounting Support Supervisor 4 250-004 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Technician 11 2 252-002 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 81,161.60 Accounting Technician 1 2 253-002 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 Monthly 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 Annually 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 - BUSINESS LICENSE Business License Supervisor 4 260-004 Hourly 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Business License Assistant 1 263-001 Hourly 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Finance Manager 5 220-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 91,811.20 94,120.00 Senior Payroll Coordinator 3 223-003 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 6,931.60 7,104.93 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 7e[e7a:�s]aII CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base FINANCE - PURCHASING Purchasing Manager 5 203-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Buyer II 2 206-002 Hourly 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 Monthly 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 Annually 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 2 207.002 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 Monthly 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 Annually 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 FIRE Field Supervisor - Fire 4 353-004 Hourly 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 57.92 59.37 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 55.51 Monthly 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 Annually 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 11 2 351-002 Hourly 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Fire Inspector 1 1 352-001 Hourly 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 Monthly 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 Annually 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 HUMAN RESOURCES Director of HR/Risk Management 8 800-008 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Risk Manager 6 803-006 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 HR Supervisor 4 804-004 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 87,401.60 HR Technician II 2 806-002 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 2 807-002 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 66,601.60 68,265.60 PAGE 7OF11 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time BaseF EM. I INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director of IT/Support Services 8 700-008 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 129,729.60 132,974.40 136,302.40 139,713.60 IT Administrator 5 703-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 89,585.60 91,811.20 94,120.00 96,470.40 98,883.20 101,358.40 103,875.20 106,475.20 109,137.60 111,862.40 114,670.40 117,540.80 120,473.60 123,489.60 126,568.00 IT Supervisor 4 704-004 Hourly 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 Monthly 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 Annually 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 IT Specialist II 2 706-002 Hourly 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 IT Specialist 1 2 707-002 Hourly 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 IT Technician 11 1 708-001 Hourly 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 Monthly 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 Annually 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 IT Technician 1 1 709-001 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 11 2 922-003 Hourly 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 2 923-002 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Multimedia Assistant 1 924-001 Hourly 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Asst Director of Public Works 7 480-007 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 PUBLIC WORKS - CUSTODIAL Custodian II (Y-Rate) 2 460-402 Hourly 16.51 16.92 17.34 17.78 18.22 18.68 19.14 19.62 20.11 20.61 21.13 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 1 461-001 Hourly 14.90 15.27 15.65 16.04 16.44 16.85 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 7T4W-1[QaII CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time BaseF EM. I PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING Engineering Manager 7 401-007 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Associate Civil Engineer 4 404-004 Hourly 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 55.13 56.51 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 Monthly 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 Annually 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 11 2 407-002 Hourly 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 II 1 409-001 Hourly 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 53.78 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 32.23 33.03 33.86 34.70 35.57 36.46 37.37 38.31 39.26 40.25 41.25 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 11 2 422-002 Hourly 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 423-001 Hourly 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 7e[ele'ZelaII CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base PUBLIC WORKS - LANDSCAPE Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 5 443-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Landscape Inspector II 2 441-002 Hourly 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 Monthly 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 Annually 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/Park! 3 434-003 Hourly 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Maintenance Worker 11 - Streets/Parks 2 435.002 Hourly 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 Monthly 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 Annually 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 PUBLIC WORKS - FACILITIES Maintenance Supervisor - Facilities 5 432-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 - Facilities 3 473-003 Hourly 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 30.48 31.24 32.02 32.82 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 Monthly 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 Annually 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 I ViTC] a to] us] a I I CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2021 Class Family / Title Level Class Code Time Base PUBLIC WORKS - TRAFFIC SIGNALS Maintenance Supervisor - Signals 5 453-005 Hourly 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 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 48.73 49.94 51.19 52.47 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 44.14 45.25 46.38 47.54 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Signal Technician II 2 451-002 Hourly 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 42.02 43.07 Monthly 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 Annually 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 1 2 452-002 Hourly 32.02 32.82 33.65 34.49 35.35 36.23 37.14 38.07 39.02 39.99 40.99 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 27.61 28.31 29.01 29.74 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 25.02 25.64 26.28 26.94 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Hourly 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 22.67 23.23 23.81 24.41 Monthly 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 Annually 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 Support Services Assistant 1 723-001 Hourly 17.28 17.71 18.15 18.60 19.07 19.55 20.03 20.53 21.05 21.57 22.11 Monthly 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 Annually 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 11OF11 Item No. 19 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Council FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager DATE: July 13, 2021 SUBJECT: Receive and File 2021 Community Opinion Survey Report PREPARED BY: Betsy Lowrey, Assistant to the City Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council receive and file the 2021 Community Opinion Survey Report. BACKGROUND: The 2021 Community Opinion Survey Research Report is a study designed to provide a statistically reliable understanding of citizen satisfaction, priorities, and concerns on a variety of services that the City provides. True North Research, Inc. (True North) is a full -service survey research firm dedicated to providing public agencies with a clear understanding of the values, perceptions, priorities, and concerns of their residents and customers. True North uses a survey methodology that combines mail and telephone recruiting strategies with telephone and online data collection to ensure accessibility and the most statistically reliable sample. True North designed the research plan and conducted this study to: •Identify key issues of concern for residents; -Measure residents' overall satisfaction with the City's efforts to provide municipal services; -Evaluate perceptions of issues such as traffic and economic development; -Determine the effectiveness of the City's communication efforts; and -Collect additional background and demographic data that is relevant to understanding residents' perceptions, needs and interests. The Community Opinion Survey is also an integral part of the Quality of Life Master Plan (QLMP) process which will be updated during Fiscal Year 2021-2022. The survey results help to ensure that the City's priorities and goals remain aligned with citizen input. It is important to note that this survey was conducted and based on citizens' perspectives during the coronavirus pandemic which could have affected overall sentiment; nevertheless, still provides a current and relevant baseline of citizen viewpoints. The report is attached. A few highlights of survey are as follows: Quality of Life 88% of respondents rated the quality of life in Temecula as excellent or good, while just 1 % described it as poor or very poor. The things residents like most about living in Temecula include public safety/low crime (18%), the proximity to shopping/services (18%), cleanliness of the city (17%), family/friends/neighbors who also live in Temecula (14%), and the small town feel/community involvement in Temecula (13%). When asked what change they'd most like the City to make to improve the quality of life in Temecula, two topics stood out from the rest: reduce traffic (26%) and address homelessness (12%). City Services 83% of residents indicated they are satisfied with the City's efforts to provide municipal services, whereas 10% were dissatisfied, and 7% were unsure/unwilling to share their opinion. • Maintaining a low crime rate is (by far) the municipal service that rates the highest in terms of "extremely important" at 73%. The next highest "extremely important" municipal services are also public safety related -- providing fire protection and prevention services (60%); and providing emergency paramedic services (64%). Roads/Streets were at 60%. • Better than eight -in -ten respondents agreed with the statements The City manages its finances well (82%) and I trust the City of Temecula. (82%). Spending Priorities It should be pointed out that maintaining a low crime rate/public safety were rated highest in terms of importance and remains the highest priority in terms of funding within the City's annual budget. In terms of other priorities for future City spending, residents prioritized making infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation (93%), advocating to State and Feds to improve traffic circulation on I-15 (92%), acquiring/protecting open space and natural habitat areas (79%), encouraging the upkeep and rehabilitation of existing commercial centers (77%), and providing incentives to attract new employers and jobs (76%). At the other end of the spectrum, residents were less apt to prioritize funding additional park-n-ride lots or development of affordable housing. Housing 85% of residents surveyed expect to live in a single family detached home in 5 years, 7% in condominium, 4% in apartments, 1 % in a mobile home, and 3% preferred not to answer. City -Resident Communication • City communication sources used to find out about City information have evolved from print to electronic with City Website as the highest source at 43%, City social media platforms at 30% (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), and City email notifications (eblasts) 27%. • More than two-thirds of respondents (69%) are satisfied with the City's efforts to communicate with residents; (14%) were unsure or preferred not to answer. - With respect to the content of City communications, addressing the topics that residents identify as their priority areas of interest (e.g., traffic congestion, managing growth and development, public safety, homelessness) can also help improve resident satisfaction. • More than three-quarters of respondents agreed that The City is responsive to residents' needs (76%), while 70% agreed that The City listens to residents when making important decisions. Parks • 85% of respondents reported that they and/or another member of their household had visited a City of Temecula park or open space area during the last 12 months. • Better than eight -in -ten respondents used excellent or good to describe the overall quality (87%), appearance (86%), and accessibility (82%) of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes. More than two-thirds (76%) also rated the safety of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes as excellent or good. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 2021 Community Opinion Survey Research Report COMMUNITY OPINION SURVEY SUMMARY REPORT PREPARED FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA �TRUENORTH lro,*,, R E S E A R C H 1 592 N COAST HIGHWAY 101 ENCINITAS CA 92024 760.632.9900 WWW.TN-RESEARCH.COM e- JULY 1, 2021 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Table of Contents..................................................................i List of Tables....................................................................iii Listof Figures....................................................................iv Introduction...................................................................... 1 Purposeof Study ........................................................ 1 Overview of Methodology .................................................. 2 Organization of Report .................................................... 2 Acknowledgements...................................................... 2 Disclaimer............................................................. 2 About True North ........................................................ 2 Justthe Facts.................................................................... 3 Quality of Life........................................................... 3 CityServices............................................................ 3 Community Facilities & Programs ............................................ 3 Traffic................................................................ 4 Economic Development................................................... 4 Spending Priorities....................................................... 4 Schools & Old Town ...................................................... 5 Staff & Council.......................................................... 5 City -resident Communication ............................................... 5 Conclusions...................................................................... 7 Quality of Life................................................................... 11 Quality of Life.......................................................... 11 Question......................................................... 11 What do you Like Best about Temecula? ...................................... 12 Question......................................................... 13 Ways to Improve Quality of Life ............................................ 13 Question......................................................... 14 CityServices.................................................................... 15 Overall Satisfaction...................................................... 15 Question5......................................................... 15 Specific Services........................................................ 16 Question6......................................................... 17 Question7......................................................... 18 Differentiators of Opinion ................................................ 19 Performance Needs & Priorities ................................................... 21 Community Facilities & Programs .................................................. 24 Use of Parks and Bike Trails/Lanes.......................................... 24 Question8......................................................... 24 Parks, Trails & Bike Lane Ratings ........................................... 25 Question9......................................................... 26 Recreation Program or Special Event Household Participation ...................... 26 Question10........................................................ 27 Quality of Programming .................................................. 27 Questionll........................................................ 28 Traffic.......................................................................... 29 Traffic Circulation...................................................... 29 Question12........................................................ 29 Satisfaction With Efforts to Improve Circulation ................................ 30 Question13........................................................ 30 Freeway Improvement Grants .............................................. 31 Question14........................................................ 32 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Economic Development........................................................... 34 Desire Additional Retail Stores ............................................. 34 Question15........................................................ 34 Which Stores?.......................................................... 35 Question16........................................................ 35 Spending Priorities.............................................................. 37 Question17........................................................ 37 Schools & Old Town.............................................................. 39 Quality of Education..................................................... 39 Question18........................................................ 39 Old Town Temecula Visits ................................................ 40 Question19........................................................ 40 Rating Old Town Experiences .............................................. 41 Question20........................................................ 41 Perceived Safety of Old Town .............................................. 42 Question21........................................................ 43 Staff & Council.................................................................. 44 Perceptions of City Government ............................................ 44 Question22........................................................ 44 CityStaff............................................................. 45 Question23........................................................ 45 Question24........................................................ 46 CityCouncil........................................................... 47 Question25........................................................ 47 City -Resident Communication..................................................... 49 Overall Satisfaction...................................................... 49 Question26........................................................ 49 Information Sources ..................................................... 50 Question27........................................................ 51 City Council Meeting Viewership ............................................ 52 Question28........................................................ 52 Background & Demographics..................................................... 54 Methodology.................................................................... 55 Questionnaire Development ............................................... 55 Programming & Pre -Test .................................................. 55 Sample, Recruiting & Data Collection ........................................ 55 Margin of Error due to Sampling ............................................ 55 Data Processing & Weighting .............................................. 56 Rounding............................................................. 56 Questionnaire & Toplines......................................................... 57 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 L I S T O F T A B L E S Table 1 Satisfaction With Services by Overall Satisfaction With City .................. 19 Table 2 Needs & Priorities Matrix ............................................ 22 Table 3 Spending Priorities by Years in Temecula & Overall Satisfaction (Showing High Priority) .................................................... 38 Table 4 Spending Priorities by Area of Residence (Showing % High Priority) ............ 38 Table 5 Demographics of Sample ........................................... 54 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 L I S T O F F I G U R E S Figure 1 Overall Quality of Life .............................................. 1 1 Figure 2 Overall Quality of Life by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence..................................................... 12 Figure 3 Overall Quality of Life by Age & Regularly Commute Outside County........... 12 Figure 4 Like Most About Living in Temecula ................................... 13 Figure 5 Changes to Improve Temecula ....................................... 14 Figure 6 Overall Satisfaction ................................................ 15 Figure 7 Overall Satisfaction by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence....................................................... 16 Figure 8 Overall Satisfaction by Age, Regularly Commute Outside County & Contact With City Council ................................................. 16 Figure 9 Importance of Services Tier 1........................................ 17 Figure 10 Importance of Services Tier 2........................................ 17 Figure 11 Satisfaction With Services Tier 1...................................... 18 Figure 12 Satisfaction With Services Tier 2...................................... 19 Figure 13 Resident Service Needs ............................................. 23 Figure 14 Used/Visited Facilities in Past 12 Months ............................... 24 Figure 15 Used/Visited Facilities in Past 12 Months by Years in Temecula & Area of Residence....................................................... 25 Figure 16 Used/Visited Facilities in Past 12 Months by Overall Satisfaction, Hsld Rec Program Participation & Home Ownership Status ......................... 25 Figure 17 Rating Parks & Recreation Facilities .................................... 26 Figure 18 Rating Parks & Recreation Facilities by Visited a City Park or Open Area, Used a City Bike Trail or Bike Lane & Did Not Use a City Park, Open Area or Bike Trail, Bike Lane ............................................... 26 Figure 19 Participated in a Recreational Program or Special Event ..................... 27 Figure 20 Participated in a Recreational Program or Special Event by Years in Temecula, Area of Residence, Overall Satisfaction & Home Ownership Status ............. 27 Figure 21 Recreational Programs & Special Events Rating ........................... 28 Figure 22 Rating Traffic Circulation ........................................... 29 Figure 23 Rating Traffic Circulation by In Residential Areas, Overall & On Major Streets .... 30 Figure 24 Satisfaction With Traffic Circulation Improvements Efforts ................... 30 Figure 25 Satisfaction With Traffic Circulation Improvements Efforts by Years in Temecula, Area of Residence, Regularly Commute Outside County & Gender .... 31 Figure 26 Satisfaction With Traffic Circulation Improvements Efforts by Age, Overall Satisfaction & Work Commute Status ................................... 31 Figure 27 Aware of City Securing Freeway's Improvements for Near Future .............. 32 Figure 28 Aware of City Securing Freeway's Improvements for Near Future by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence .................... 32 Figure 29 Aware of City Securing Freeway's Improvements for Near Future by Satisfaction With Traffic Improvement Efforts, Regularly Commute Outside County, Overall Satisfaction & Work Commute Status ...................... 33 Figure 30 Aware of City Securing Freeway's Improvements for Near Future by Information Sources33 Figure 31 Desire Additional Retail Stores in Temecula .............................. 34 Figure 32 Desire Additional Retail Stores in Temecula by Years in Temecula, Area of Residence & Regularly Commute Outside County ......................... 34 Figure 33 Desire Additional Retail Stores in Temecula Age, Gender & Overall Satisfaction..................................................... 35 Figure 34 Additional Stores Desired in Temecula ................................. 35 Figure 35 Spending Priorities ................................................ 37 Figure 36 Quality of Education ............................................... 39 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Figure 37 Quality of Education by Years in Temecula, Overall Satisfaction & Area of Residence...................................................... 39 Figure 38 Frequency of Old Town Visits ........................................ 40 Figure 39 Frequency of Old Town Visits by Years in Temecula, Overall Satisfaction, Home Ownership Status & Gender ..................................... 40 Figure 40 Frequency of Old Town Visits by Age & Area of Residence ................... 41 Figure 41 Rating of Old Town Temecula ........................................ 41 Figure 42 Rating of Old Town Temecula by Years in Temecula, Overall Satisfaction & Frequency of Old Town Visits ........................................ 42 Figure 43 Rating of Old Town Temecula by Age, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence....................................................... 42 Figure 44 Perceived Safety of Walking Alone in Old Town ........................... 43 Figure 45 Perceived Safety of Walking Alone in Old Town by Age, Gender & Frequency of Old Town Visits ................................................ 43 Figure 46 Agreement With Statements About Temecula ............................ 44 Figure 47 Contact With Staff in Past 12 Months .................................. 45 Figure 48 Contact With Staff in Past 12 Months by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence .......................................... 45 Figure 49 Contact With Staff in Past 12 Months by Age, Gender & Overall Satisfaction ..... 46 Figure 50 Perception of City Staff ............................................. 46 Figure 51 Contact With City Council in Past 12 Months ............................. 47 Figure 52 Contact With City Council in Past 12 Months by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence ................................. 47 Figure 53 Contact With City Council in Past 12 Months by Age, Gender & Overall Satisfaction...................................................... 48 Figure 54 Satisfaction With Communication ..................................... 49 Figure 55 Satisfaction With Communication by Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence .......................................... 50 Figure 56 Satisfaction With Communication by Age, Gender & Overall Satisfaction ........ 50 Figure 57 Information Sources ............................................... 51 Figure 58 Information Sources by Overall & Age .................................. 51 Figure 59 Information Sources by Home Ownership Status, Satisfaction With Communication & Area of Residence ................................... 52 Figure 60 Watched a City Council Meeting in Past 12 Months ........................ 52 Figure 61 Watched a City Council Meeting in Past 12 Months by Overall, Years in Temecula, Home Ownership Status & Area of Residence .................... 53 Figure 62 Watched a City Council Meeting in Past 12 Months by Age, Gender & Overall Satisfaction...................................................... 53 Figure 63 Maximum Margin of Error ........................................... 56 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 N T R O D U C T I O N Located in southwest Riverside County, the City of Temecula is known for championship golf courses, hot-air ballooning, and award -winning wineries. Incorporated in 1989 and currently home to an estimated 114,751 residents,] the City has a team of full- and part-time employees that provides services through more than a dozen departments, agencies, and programs, includ- ing Building and Safety, City Clerk's Office, City Manager's Office, Community Development, Community Services, Economic Development, Finance, Fire Department, Information Technol- ogy, Police Department, and Public Works. As part of its commitment to provide high quality services and responsive local governance, the City of Temecula engages residents on a daily basis and receives regular feedback on issue, pol- icy, and performance matters. Although these informal feedback mechanisms are a valuable source of information for the City in providing timely, accurate information about the opinions of specific residents, it is important to recognize that they do not necessarily provide an accurate picture of the community as a whole. For the most part, informal feedback mechanisms rely on the resident to initiate feedback, which creates a self-selection bias —the City receives feedback only from those are motivated enough to initiate the feedback process. Because these residents tend to be either very pleased or very displeased with the service they have received, their collec- tive opinions are not necessarily representative of the City's resident population as a whole. "'r- `_.— The motivation for the current study was to design and employ a methodology that would avoid the self-selection bias noted above and thereby provide the City with a statistically reliable understanding of its residents' satisfaction, priorities, and concerns as they relate to services, facilities, and policies provided by the City. Ultimately, the survey results and analyses presented in this report provide City Council and staff with information that can be used to make sound, strategic decisions in a variety of areas including service improve- ments and enhancements, measuring and tracking internal performance, planning, budgeting, policymaking, and community engagement. To assist in this effort, the City selected True North Research to design the research plan and conduct the study. Broadly defined, the study was designed to: Identify issues of importance for residents, as well as perceptions of the quality of life in Temecula; Measure residents' overall satisfaction with the City's efforts to provide municipal services, and their satisfaction with a variety of specific services; Gather opinions on topics including community facilities and programs, traffic, economic development, Old Town, parks and recreation, and infrastructure to help inform Temecula's strategic priorities; Profile satisfaction with the City's communication efforts and identify residents' preferred information sources; and Collect additional background and demographic data that are relevant to understanding res- idents' perceptions, needs, and interests. 1. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2019 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 OVERVIEW OF METHODOLOG' A full description of the methodology used for this study is included later in this report (see Methodology on page 55). In brief, the survey was administered to a random sample of 923 adults who reside within the City of Temecula. The sur- vey followed a mixed -method design that employed multiple recruiting methods (mail, email, and phone) and multiple data collection methods (phone and online). Administered between March 23 and April 1, 2021 , the average interview lasted 18 minutes. 0RGAN17ATInNl Or DrDOR- This report is designed to meet the needs of readers who prefer a summary of the findings as well as those who are interested in the details of the results. For those who seek an overview of the findings, the sections titled just the Facts and Conclusions are for you. They provide a summary of the most important factual findings of the survey in bul- let -point format and a discussion of their implications. For the interested reader, this section is followed by a more detailed question -by -question discussion of the results from the survey by topic area (see Table of Contents), as well as a description of the methodology employed for col- lecting and analyzing the data. And, for the truly ambitious reader, the questionnaire used for the interviews is contained at the back of this report (see Questionnaire & Toplines on page 57), and a complete set of crosstabulations for the survey results is contained in Appendix A. ArKNOWI FI)GFMFNT` True North thanks the City of Temecula for the opportunity to conduct the study and for contributing valuable input during the design stage of this study. The collective experience, insight, and local knowledge provided by city representatives and staff improved the overall quality of the research presented here. The statements and conclusions in this report are those of the authors (Dr. Timothy McLarney and Richard Sarles) at True North and not necessarily those of the City of Temecula. Any errors and omissions are the responsibility of the authors. ARni IT TRI Ir' w'r%0_r I True North is a full -service survey research firm that is dedicated to providing public agencies with a clear understanding of the values, perceptions, priorities, and concerns of their residents and customers. Through designing and implementing scientific sur- veys, focus groups, and one-on-one interviews, as well as expert interpretation of the findings, True North helps its clients to move with confidence when making strategic decisions in a variety of areas —such as planning, policy evaluation, performance management, establishing fiscal pri- orities, passing revenue measures, and developing effective public information campaigns. During their careers, Dr. McLarney (President) and Mr. Sarles (Principal Researcher) have designed and conducted over 1,000 survey research studies for public agencies —including more than 400 studies for California municipalities and special districts. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 J U S T T H E F A C T S The following is an outline of the main factual findings from the survey. For the reader's conve- nience, we have organized the findings according to the section titles used in the body of this report. Thus, if you would like to learn more about a particular finding, simply turn to the appro- priate report section. QUALITY vF LIFE The overwhelming majority (88%) of respondents shared favorable opinions of the quality of life in Temecula, with 52% reporting it is excellent and 36% stating it is good. Eleven percent (1 1 %) of residents indicated the quality of life in the City is fair, whereas 1 % used poor or very poor to describe quality of life in the City. When asked in an open-ended manner to describe what they like best about living in the City of Temecula, the most common responses included mentions of the City's public safety/low crime rate (18%), proximity/access to local shopping and services (18%), and overall cleanli- ness and appearance (1 7%). Comments about friends, family, and neighbors (14%), Temec- ula's small town feel and community involvement (13%), proximity to areas and attractions outside the City (10%), access to local wineries and vineyards (9%), and parks and recreation opportunities (9%) were also popular responses. Asked what the city government could do to improve the quality of life in Temecula, approx- imately 1 5% of residents surveyed said they could not think of anything to change or that no changes were needed. Among specific improvements desired by respondents, reducing traf- fic congestion was mentioned most frequently (26%), followed by addressing homeless issues (12%), improving and repairing roads (8%), improving police protection and public safety (8%), and limiting growth and development (8%). CITY SERVICES More than eight -in -ten Temecula residents (83%) indicated they were either very or some- what satisfied with the City's overall efforts to provide municipal services. Approximately 1 1 % were very or somewhat dissatisfied, whereas 7% were unsure or unwilling to share their opinion. When asked to rate the importance of a variety of City services, respondents assigned the highest importance to providing emergency paramedic services (96% extremely or very important), maintaining local streets and roads (94%), maintaining a low crime rate (94%), providing fire protection and prevention services (92%), and providing reliable garbage and recycling services (89%). Across a variety of specific services, respondents reported being most satisfied with the City's efforts to provide fire protection and prevention services (97%very or somewhat satis- fied), emergency paramedic services (95%), reliable garbage and recycling services (92%), a variety of parks and recreation facilities (91 %), and library services (91 %), as well as the City's efforts to satisfy residents' needs for shopping opportunities (88%). COMMUNITY FACILITIES & PROGRAM - Eighty -five percent (85%) of respondents reported that they and/or another member of their household had visited a City of Temecula park or open space area during the 12 months preceding the interview, whereas nearly half (47%) indicated their household had used a City bike trail or bike lane during the same period. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Better than eight -in -ten respondents used excellent or good to describe the overall quality (87%), appearance (86%), and accessibility (82%) of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes. More than three-quarters (76%) also rated the safety of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes as excellent or good. Approximately one -in -five respondents (18%) indicated that they and/or another member of their household had participated in a special event or recreation program offered by the City of Temecula in the 12 months prior to taking the survey. Among those who had participated in a special event or program, 85% rated the quality of Temecula's recreation programs and special events as excellent (37%) or good (48%), 1 3% rated them as fair, while less than 2% used poor or very poor to describe the quality of the programs and events. TRAFFIC Nearly three-quarters of residents provided positive assessments of traffic circulation in res- idential areas of Temecula, rating it as either excellent or good (72%). Approximately one-third (34%) of respondents provided a rating of excellent or good when asked about traffic circulation overall within Temecula, while less than one -quarter per- ceived traffic circulation on major streets in the City to be excellent or good. Approximately six -in -ten respondents indicated they were very (19%) or somewhat (42%) sat- isfied with the City's efforts to improve traffic circulation by improving roads and intersec- tions, implementing traffic calming measures, timing traffic signals, and other measures, whereas 36% were dissatisfied and 4% were unsure. At the time of the survey, one-third of Temecula residents (32%) indicated they were aware that the City of Temecula was successful in securing grants to fund improvements to local freeways, including building auxiliary lanes on Interstate 15 between onramps and offramps through Temecula and improving the 15 and 215 interchange by adding two northbound freeway connector lanes. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT When asked if there are retail stores their household currently shops at outside the City that they would like to have available in Temecula, 43% of residents answered in the affirmative. The most commonly mentioned category of store desired by Temecula residents was spe- cialty organic food stores such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe's (28%), followed by furniture and home decor stores like IKEA, Bed, Bath & Beyond, At Home, and Crate & Barrel (19%), high -end department stores such as Nordstrom (19%), upscale clothing stores including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and Zara (1 2%), and sporting goods/outdoor recreation stores such as Bass Pro Shop and REI (10%). SPENL.mm%j rFmOKI i iLJ When asked to rate 15 items in terms of their priority for future City funding, making infra- structure improvements to improve traffic circulation was assigned the highest priority (93% citing it as at least a medium priority), followed by advocating to State and Federal Depart- ments of Transportation to improve traffic circulation on 1-1 5 (92%), acquiring and protect- ing open space and natural habitat areas (79%), encouraging the upkeep and rehabilitation of existing commercial centers (77%), and providing incentives to attract new employers and jobs to the City (76%). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 At the other end of the spectrum, residents were less apt to rank building additional park-n- ride lots for carpoolers (34%) and encouraging the development of affordable housing (51 %) as a high or medium priority for future City funding. SCHOOLS & OLD TOWN Two-thirds of respondents (66%) felt that, in general, the quality of education provided in Temecula's public schools was excellent (28%) or good (38%). Nine percent (9%) rated the quality of education as fair, 5% said poor, and 2% very poor. The remaining respondents were either unsure (1 7%) or preferred to not answer the question (I %). About one -in -five residents (19%) indicated they visit Old Town Temecula at least once per week, and another 24% said they visit the area two to three times per month. The remaining respondents stated they visit Old Town once per month (23%), less often than once per month (28%), or never (6%). When asked to describe their experiences in Old Town, two-thirds of respondents described them as excellent (27%) or good (44%). Approximately one -in -five residents (20%) said their experiences in Old Town were fair, 4% said poor, and 3% rated their experiences as very poor. Nearly all respondents (94%) offered that they feel safe walking alone in Old Town Temecula during the day. As one might expect, feelings of safety declined after dark, with 65% indicat- ing they feel safe walking alone in Old Town once the sun goes down, 27% stating they feel unsafe, and 8% indicating the scenario wasn't applicable to them. STAFF & COUNCI Better than eight -in -ten respondents with an opinion agreed with the statements The City manages its finances well (82%) and 1 trust the City of Temecula (82%). More than three- quarters of respondents agreed that The City is responsive to residents' needs (76%), while 70% agreed that The City listens to residents when making important decisions. Twenty-four percent (24%) of residents indicated they had contact with City staff in the 12 months prior to the interview. When those who had interacted with city staff were given the opportunity to describe staff's performance, 95% felt that staff members were professional, 95% said they were courteous, 91 % said they were knowledgeable, and 89% considered staff to be helpful. One -in -ten respondents (10%) reported that they had been in contact with one or more City of Temecula councilmembers in the 12 months preceding the interview. CITY -RESIDENT COMMUNICATION More than two-thirds of respondents (69%) indicated they were satisfied with City efforts to communicate with residents through newsletters, the Internet, social media, and other means. The remaining respondents were either somewhat (12%) or very (6%) dissatisfied with the City's efforts in this respect, or did not provide an opinion (14%). The most frequently -cited source for City of Temecula news, information and programming was the City's website (43%), followed by email notifications from the City (27%), social media (not the City's sources) (24%), the City's newsletter Inside Temecula (23%), the Inter- net/websites in general (not the City's) (21 %), and friends/family/associates (1 7%). Other sources mentioned by at least 10% of respondents included the City's Facebook page (16%), local newspapers (1 3%), the City's Instagram page (1 2%), and direct mail from the City (1 1 %). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Nearly one -in -five respondents (18%) had watched a televised and/or live -streamed City Council meeting in the 12 months prior to the interview. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2027 C O N C L U S I O N S As noted in the Introduction, this study was designed to provide the City of Temecula with a sta- tistically reliable understanding of its residents' opinions, satisfaction, and priorities as they relate to services, facilities, and policies provided by the City. As such, the findings of this study can provide the City with information needed to make sound, strategic decisions in a variety of areas including performance management, planning, establishing budget priorities, and commu- nity engagement. Whereas subsequent sections of this report are devoted to conveying the detailed results of the survey, in this section we attempt to 'see the forest through the trees' and note how the survey results answer key questions that motivated the research. The following conclusions are based on True North's interpretations of the results, as well as the firm's experience conducting similar studies for government agencies throughout the State. How well is the City per- The year leading up to the 2021 Community Opinion Surveywas punctu- forming in meeting the ated by difficult and dramatic events in Temecula. The coronavirus pan - needs of Temecula resi- demic that arrived in earl 2020 has taken lives threatened livelihoods dents? y ' and forced dramatic changes in the way Temeculans live, work, socialize, and play. Non -essential businesses were shuttered for weeks or months at a time to curb the spread of COVID-19, and the City's operations were also adjusted to protect public health and adhere to State guidelines. Services that could be effectively moved to an online format were able to continue in that form, whereas other programs and services were modi- fied, curtailed, or canceled to protect the safety of the public and City employees. Many city facilities were also closed for much of the pan- demic to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including the Temecula City Hall, recreation centers, community centers, and museums. Against this turbulent backdrop, residents' opinions of their community and city government remained positive. More than eight -in -ten residents (83%) indicated they were satisfied with the City's overall efforts to pro- vide municipal services, whereas just 1 1 % were dissatisfied and the remaining 7% were unsure or did not provide a response. The high level of satisfaction expressed with the City's performance in general was also mirrored in residents' assessments of the City's performance in provid- ing most specific services, with the highest satisfaction scores assigned to the City's efforts to provide fire protection and prevention services, emergency paramedic services, reliable garbage and recycling services, a variety of parks and recreation facilities, and library services, as well as the City's efforts to satisfy residents' needs for shopping opportunities (see Specific Services on page 16). For all but one of the 22 service areas tested, the City is meeting or exceeding the needs and expectations of at least two-thirds of its residents —and for many services the City is meet- ing the needs of at least 80% of residents (see Performance Needs & Pri- orities on page 21). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 City staff appear to be instrumental in keeping resident satisfaction high. When those who had contact with the City during the 12 months prior to the survey were asked to comment on staff's performance, staff received high marks for being professional, courteous, helpful, and knowledge- able (see City Staff on page 45). The City's performance in providing municipal services has also contrib- uted to a high quality of life for residents. An overwhelming majority of residents surveyed (88%) rated the quality of life in Temecula as excel- lent or good. This sentiment was also widespread across a host of resi- dent subgroups based on length of residence, home ownership status, area of the City in which they live, age, commute status, and other demo- graphics —with the percentage rating the quality of life in Temecula as excellent or good ranging between 78% to 91% (see Quality of Life on page 11). When asked what they liked most about living in Temecula, the City's low crime rate, the availability of shopping and services, and the City's appearance and cleanliness were among the top mentions. To quote one resident: Everything about Temecula is beautiful. The City has always invested money in keeping public areas clean and manicured. Safety is also a priority to my family and 1 and we feel safe living here. In addition, the school system is excellent and... the City also offers pro- grams to keep children busy and active such as sports, swimming, and beautiful parks to play at. Finally, there is a great selection of things for adults to do. And to underscore this point, it must be noted that when asked about desired changes to improve Temecula, a significant percent- age of residents surveyed (1 5%) said they could not think of anything to change or that no changes were needed. Where should the City In addition to measuring the City's current performance, a primary goal focus its efforts in the of this study was to look forward and identify opportunities to adjust future? services, improve facilities, and/or refine communications strategies to best meet the community's evolving needs and expectations. Although residents are generally satisfied with the City's performance (as described above), there is always room for improvement. Below we note some of the areas that present the best opportunities in this regard. Considering respondents' verbatim answers regarding what city govern- ment could do to make Temecula a better place to live (see Ways to Improve Quality of Life on page 13), the list of services and their respec- tive priority status for future attention (see Performance Needs & Priori- ties on page 21), and the manner in which residents prioritize among a variety of projects and programs that could receive funding in the future (see Spending Priorities on page 37), the topics of improving traffic cir- culation, managing growth and development, acquiring and protecting open space areas and natural habitats, addressing homelessness, pro- viding neighborhood police patrols, and providing for diversity and City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 inclusion in City events, services, programs and policies stood out as the key areas of opportunity and interest for residents. Having identified the above topics as areas of focus for residents and potential opportunities to further enhance resident satisfaction, it is also important to stress that the appropriate strategy is often a combination of communication and actual service improvements. Although reducing traffic congestion is clearly a priority for residents, for example, it was also that case that two-thirds of residents were not aware of the City's hard work in partnering with regional, state and federal transportation agencies and recent success in securing grant funds to make much - needed improvements on local freeways —including the construction of auxiliary lanes on Interstate 15 between onramps and offramps through Temecula and improving the 1-1 5 and 1-21 5 interchange by adding two northbound freeway connector lanes that will begin this year (see Free- way Improvement Grants on page 31. Choosing the appropriate balance of actual service improvements and efforts to raise public awareness/ understanding on these matters will be key to maintaining and improv- ing residents' overall satisfaction in the future. It is also important to keep in mind that although these areas represent opportunities to improve resident satisfaction, the City should not over - steer. Indeed, the primary takeaway from this study is that the City does many things very well, and the emphasis should be on continuing to per- form at that high level in those areas. The vast majority of residents were pleased with the City's efforts to provide services, programs, and facili- ties and have a favorable opinion of the City's performance in most areas. The top priority for the City should thus be to do what it takes to maintain the high quality of services that it currently provides. How well is the City com- The importance of city communication with residents cannot be over- municating with resi- stated. Much of a city's success is shaped by the quality of information dents? that is exchanged in both directions, from the City to the community and from the community to the City. This study is just one example of Tem- ecula's efforts to enhance the information flow to the City to better understand the community's concerns, perceptions, and needs. Some of Temecula's many efforts to communicate with its residents include its newsletters, timely press releases, website, various social media accounts, and broadcast and streamed Council Meetings. Keeping up with the challenge of communicating with residents has been difficult for many public agencies in recent years. As the number of information sources and channels available to the public have dramati- cally increased, so too has the diversity in where residents regularly turn for their information. Not only have entirely new channels arisen to become mainstream and nearly ubiquitous (e.g., social media), within these channels there exists a proliferation of alternative services. To add City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 to the challenge, resident preferences for information sources are also dynamic, subject to change as new services are made available while oth- ers may fade in popularity, making thorough, effective communication a moving target for public agencies. The present survey provides mixed -news with respect to city -resident communication. On the positive side, city -sponsored sources were well - represented among the sources respondents mentioned when asked where they turn to find out about City of Temecula news, information, and programming. Indeed, the City's website and email notifications from the City were the top two sources, and the City's newsletter Inside Temecula rounded out the top four ranking. In True North's experience, a high level of satisfaction with a city's communication efforts is gener- ally associated with and likely caused by a greater reliance among resi- dents on city -sponsored sources of information such as newsletters, websites, and related publications (see Information Sources on page 50). The above notwithstanding, the study did find a significant percentage of respondents who were either unsure (1 2%) or dissatisfied (1 7%) when asked about their satisfaction with the City's efforts to communicate with residents through newsletters, the Internet, social media, and other means (see City -Resident Communication on page 49). Although by no means the majority, those who were unsure or unsatisfied with the City's communication efforts were more likely than their counterparts to rely on secondary information sources (non -city websites, newspapers, radio, television), less likely to rely on city -sponsored sources, and generally less likely to report being satisfied with municipal services in general. The relationship between city -resident communication and perceptions of the City's overall performance in providing municipal services was pronounced. Among those who reported being satisfied with the City's communication efforts, 89% indicated they were also satisfied with the City's overall performance in providing municipal services. The corre- sponding figure among those dissatisfied with the City's communication efforts was 68%. It is important to recognize that the challenges associated with city -resi- dent communication will continue to change (and may continue to grow) as secondary sources proliferate and technology changes. To stay ahead of the curve, Temecula, like other cities, should periodically conduct a careful review of its communications strategies and budget to ensure that both are evolving accordingly. With respect to the content of city communications, addressing the topics that residents identify as their priority areas of interest (e.g., traffic congestion, managing growth and development, public safety, homelessness) can also help improve resi- dent satisfaction and clear -up misinformation that may circulate among secondary sources. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Q U A L IT Y OF L I F E The opening series of questions in the survey was designed to assess residents' top of mind per- ceptions about the quality of life in Temecula, what residents like most about the City, and what city government could do to improve the quality of life in Temecula. QUALITY OF LIFE At the outset of the interview, respondents were asked to rate the quality of life in the City, using a five -point scale of excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor. As shown in Figure 1 below, the overwhelming majority (88%) of respondents shared favorable opinions of the quality of life in Temecula, with 52% reporting it is excellent and 36% stating it is good. Eleven percent (1 1 %) of residents indicated the quality of life in the City is fair, whereas 1 % used poor or very poor to describe quality of life in the City. Question 2 1'd like to begin by asking you a few questions about what it is like to live in the City of Temecula. How would you rate the overall quality of life in the City? Would you say it is excel- lent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 1 OVERALL QUALITY OF LIFE Very poor Poor 0.2 0.8 Fair 10.9� . C 52.1 Not sure/Prefer not to answer 0.5 Excellent 35.5 For the interested reader, figures 2 and 3 on the next page show how ratings of quality of life in Temecula varied by years of residence, home ownership status, area of residence, age of the respondent, and whether or not the respondent regularly commutes outside of Riverside County for their job. Regardless of subgroup category, respondents generally shared very positive assessments of the quality of life in the City, with the percentage rating it as excellent or good ranging between 78% to 91 %. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE Z OVERALL QUALITY OF LIFE BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 100 90 80 70 Good � _0 60 0 c a 50 40 OR 30 20 10 0 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more I Own Rent Years in Temecula (Q1) Home Ownership Status (QD 1) N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy 79 Rd Hwy 79 Area of Residence FIGURE 3 OVERALL QUALITY OF LIFE BY AGE & REGULARLY COMMUTE OUTSIDE COUNTY 100 90 80 70 a� 60 o. 50 40 30 20 10 0 WHAT nn Vr)l -C' RFCT ARnll1T Trn,Ai:ri ii A7 The survey next asked respondents what they most liked about living in Temecula. Question 3 was asked in an open-ended manner, which allowed respondents to mention any aspect that came to mind without being prompted by or restricted to a particular list of options. True North later reviewed the verbatim responses and grouped them into the categories shown in Figure 4 on the next page. Multiple responses were allowed for this question, which means that the percentages shown in the figure represent the percentage of respondents who mentioned each aspect. The most common response categories included mentions of the City's public safety/low crime rate (18%), proximity/access to local shopping and services (18%), and overall cleanliness and appearance of the City (1 7%). Comments about friends, family, and neighbors (14%), Temecula's small town feel and community involvement (1 3%), proximity to areas and attractions outside the City (10%), access to local wineries and vineyards (9%), and parks and recreation opportunities (9%) were also popular responses when asked what they like most about living in Temecula. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 3 What are the one or two things that you like most about living in the City of Temec- ula? FIGURE 4 LIKE MOST ABOUT LIVING IN TEMECULA Public safety/ Low crime rate Proximity to shopping, services in City Cleanliness of City Family / Friends / Neighbors Small town feel / Community involvement Proximity to areas, attractions outside City Wineries / Vineyards Parks, recreation opportunities Aesthetic beauty, landscaping of City Good climate, weather Variety of activities, entertainment Schools / Education Open space / Mountains Old Town area Quiet, peaceful Not sure / Cannot think of anything City planning / Local government Affordable cost of living, housing Conservative community 0 S 10 15 20 Respondents ,., A X/9 Tr% I AnP nx1� .-%, IAI,Tv nr i irr Having gauged what respondents liked most about living in Temecula, the survey pivoted to ask what one thing the City could change to make Temecula a better place to live, now and in the future. As with the previous question, Question 4 was asked in an open-ended manner, and the verbatim responses were recorded and later grouped into the categories shown in Figure 5 on the next page. Approximately 1 5% of residents surveyed said they could not think of anything to change (10%) or that no changes were needed (6%). Among specific improvements desired by respondents, reducing traffic congestion was mentioned most frequently (26%), followed by addressing home- less issues (12%), improving and repairing roads (8%), improving police protection and public safety (8%), and limiting growth and development (8%). All other improvements were mentioned by less than 5% of respondents. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 4 If the City government could change one thing to make Temecula a better place to live now and in the future, what change would you like to see? FIGURE 5 CHANGES TO IMPROVE TEMECULA Reduce traffic Address homeless issue Not sure / Cannot think of anything Improve, repair roads Improve police protection, public safety Limit, reduce growth, development No changes needed Address COVID-19 concerns Enforce traffic laws Reduce cost of housing Attract employers, high end businesses Lower taxes, fees Provide own Police Department Provide more events, activities for all ages Improve government process, Council Improve parks, recreation Clean up, beautify City, landscaping Improve sidewalks, bike lanes Improve shopping, commercial development Address racism issues Improve public transit 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 % Respondents City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 C ITY SERVICES After measuring respondents' perceptions of the quality of life in Temecula, the survey next turned to assessing their opinions about the City's performance in providing various municipal services. OVERALL SATISFACTION The first question in this series asked respondents to indicate if, overall, they were satisfied or dissatisfied with the job the City of Temecula is doing to provide city services. Because this question does not reference a specific program, facility, or service and requested that the respondent consider the City's performance in general, the findings of this question may be regarded as an overall performance rating for the City. As shown in Figure 6, more than eight -in -ten Temecula residents (83%) indicated they were either very or somewhat satisfied with the City's efforts to provide municipal services. Approximately 11% were very or somewhat dissatisfied, whereas 7% were unsure or unwilling to share their opinion. Question 5 Next, I'm going to ask a series of questions about services provided by the City of Temecula. Generally speaking, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the job the City is doing to provide city services? FIGURE 6 OVERALL SATISFACTION Very dissa 2.4 Somewhat dissatisfied- 8.2 Som, satisfied 44.6 Not sure prefer no to S R - — -- ✓ery satisfied 38.1 The next two figures display how residents' opinions about the City's overall performance in pro- viding municipal services varied by years in Temecula, home ownership status, area of residence, age, whether or not the respondent regularly commutes outside of Riverside County for their job, and contact with City Council in the past 12 months. The most striking pattern in the figures is that the high levels of satisfaction exhibited by respondents as a whole (see Figure 6 above) were generally echoed across resident subgroups, with satisfaction ranging from a low of 76% to a high of 92% for all subgroups. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 7 OVERALL SATISFACTION BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 100 90 80 N 70 a� 60 c 0 50 a 40 30 20 10 0 FIGURE 8 OVERALL SATISFACTION BY AGE, REGULARLY COMMUTE OUTSIDE COUNTY & CONTACT WITH CITY COUNCIL 100 90 80 70 y 60 r c a 0 50 40 30 20 10 0 18 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 or older Yes No Yes No Age (QD11) Regularly Commute Contact With City Council Outside County (QD8) (Q25) SPECIFIC SERVICES Whereas Question 5 addressed the City's overall performance, the next two -question series asked respondents to rate the importance of specific services offered by the City, as well as their level of satisfaction with efforts to provide these services. For each service, respondents were first asked if they thought the service was extremely important, very important, somewhat important, or not at all important. Respondents were then asked about their satisfaction with these same services. The order of the items was randomized for each respondent to avoid a systematic position bias. Figures 9 and 10 on the next page present the 26 services tested, sorted into two tiers according to the percentage of respondents that rated each service as at least very important. In general, Temecula residents rated public safety and public works as the most important service areas. More specifically, providing emergency paramedic services (96% extremely or very important), maintaining local streets and roads (94%), maintaining a low crime rate (94%), providing fire pro- tection and prevention services (92%), and providing reliable garbage and recycling services (89%) received the highest overall importance ratings from residents. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 At the other end of the spectrum, providing local public transportation and shuttle services (46%), satisfying residents' needs for shopping opportunities (54%), providing special events, such as the Fourth of July Parade and summer concerts (58%), providing for diversity and inclu- sion within City events, services, programs and policies (59%), and maintaining bike lanes and trails (61 %) were viewed as less important overall. Question 6 For each of the services 1 read, please tell me whether the service is extremely important to you, very important, somewhat important, or not at all important. FIGURE 9 IMPORTANCE OF SERVICES TIER 1 ■Extremely important ■Very important Providing emergency paramedic services Maintaining local streets and roads Maintaining a low crime rate Providing fire protection and prevention services Providing reliable garbage and recycling services Providing a variety of parks and recreation facilities Maintaining sidewalks and curbs Coordinating traffic signals Managing residential growth in the City Acquiring and protecting open space Providing neighborhood police patrols Promoting jobs development in the City Providing online access to City services, information, and resources 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Respondents FIGURE 10 IMPORTANCE OF SERVICES TIER 2 Providing a variety of recreation programs Providing programs and services to those with special needs Providing library services Providing senior services Managing commercial growth in the City Enforcing traffic laws Providing teen services Providing cultural arts, public art, theater and museum services Maintaining bike lanes and trails Providing for diversity, inclusion in events, services, programs, policies Providing special events, Fourth of july Parade, summer concerts Satisfying residents' needs for shopping opportunities Providing local public transportation and shuttle services ■Extremely important ■Very important 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Respondents City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Turning to the satisfaction component, figures 11 and 12 sort the same list of services according to the percentage of respondents who indicated that they were either very or somewhat satisfied with the City's efforts to provide the service.2 For ease of comparison across services, only respondents who provided an opinion (either satisfied or dissatisfied) are included in the fig- ures —those who did not share an opinion were removed from this analysis. The percentage who offered an opinion and were included in this analysis is shown in brackets to the right of each service label. Thus, for example, among the 90% of respondents who expressed an opinion about the City's efforts to provide fire protection and prevention services, 57% were very satis- fied and 40% were somewhat satisfied. Respondents were most satisfied with the City's efforts to provide fire protection and prevention services (97% very or somewhat satisfied), emergency paramedic services (95%), reliable garbage and recycling services (92%), a variety of parks and recreation facilities (91 %), and library services (91 %), as well as the City's efforts to satisfy residents' needs for shopping opportunities (88%). At the other end of the spectrum, respondents were less satisfied with the City's performance in managing residential growth in the City (52%), providing neighborhood police patrols (70%), and acquiring and protecting natural open space (70%). Question 7 For the same list of services 1 just read, 1'd like you to tell me how satisfied you are with the job the City is doing to provide the service. Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the City's efforts to: _____, or do you not have an opinion? FIGURE 11 SATISFACTION WITH SERVICES TIER 1 Provide fire protection and prevention services [90%] Provide emergency paramedic services [83%] Provide reliable garbage and recycling services [97%] Provide a variety of parks and recreation facilities [94%] Provide library services [86%] Satisfy residents' needs for shopping opportunities [89%] Maintain bike lanes and trails [84%] Provide online access to City services, info, resources [85%] Maintain sidewalks and curbs [97%] Provide senior services [61%] Manage commercial growth in the City [85%] ■very satisfied ■Somewhat satisfied Somewhat dissatisfied ■Very dissatisfied 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Respondents Who Provided Opinion 2. Due to the COVID-1 9 pandemic and corresponding health regulations, the City was compelled to greatly cur- tail its services in select areas in the 12 months prior to the survey. This was particularly the case for recre- ational programs, teen services, special events, and cultural arts, theater and museum services. For this reason, these services were not included in Question 7. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 12 SATISFACTION WITH SERVICES TIER 2 Maintain a low crime rate [98%] Provide programs and services to those with special needs [57%] Enforcing traffic laws [93%] Provide local public transportation and shuttle services [69%] Promote jobs development in the City [70%] Coordinate traffic signals [93%] Maintain local streets and roads [98%] Provide for diversity, inclusion in events, services, programs, policies [67%] Acquire and protect open space [71%] Provide neighborhood police patrols [88%] Manage residential growth in the City [80%] ■Verysatisfied ■Somewhat satisfied Somewhat dissatisfied ■Very dissatisfied 35.9 43.7 16.0 4.4 29.8 46.2 17.5 6.5 31.0 43.7 19.0 6.4 32.4 40.8 15.8 4 11.0 24.1 47.9 17.6 10.3 25.9 45.S 20.5 8.0 32.0 38.7 21.7 7.7 30.0 40.6 17.1 12.4 23.4 47.0 a f17.12 7.7 27.3 42.23 16.4 35.3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % Respondents Who Provided Opinion nirrr-rnlTi-Tnec nr nDIKIInKI For the interested reader, Table 1 displays how the level of satisfaction with each specific service tested in Question 7 varied according to residents' overall performance ratings for the City (see Overall Satisfaction on page 15). The table divides residents who were satisfied with the City's overall performance into one group and those dis- satisfied into a second group. Also displayed is the difference between the two groups in terms of the percentage who indicated they were satisfied with the City's efforts to provide each ser- vice tested in Question 7 (far right column). For convenience, the services are sorted by that dif- ference, with the greatest differentiators of opinion near the top of the table. TABLE 1 SATISFACTION WITH SERVICES BY OVERALL SATISFACTION WITH CITY City's Overall Performance (Q4) Difference Between Groups For Each Very or somewhat Very or somewhat satisfied dissatisfied Service Provide programs and services to those with special needs 81.0 38.8 42.3 Provide senior services 87.8 46.1 41.7 a) Provide for diversity, inclusion within City events, services, programs, policies 76.6 35.4 41.2 Maintain local streets and roads 74.5 37.5 37.0 N Provide online access to City services, information, and resources 90.8 56.1 34.7 s Promote jobs development in the City 76.4 45.3 31.1 Provide library services 93.8 63.0 30.8 s Provide local public transportation and shuttle services 77.3 51.7 25.7 Maintain a low crime rate 81.7 56.2 25.4 Acquire and protect open space 75.2 50.2 25.0 w Maintain sidewalks and curbs 87.7 63.2 24.6 v, Provide neighborhood police patrols 72.1 48.5 23.6 ro Manage residential growth in the City 56.1 33.7 22.4 N Enforcing traffic laws 76.8 55.1 21.7 c Satisfy residents' needs for shopping opportunities 90.2 68.7 21.5 Provide a variety of parks and recreation facilities 94.0 74.2 19.9 p Manage commercial growth in the City 81.1 64.6 16.5 Provide emergency paramedic services 96.6 83.6 12.9 Provide reliable garbage and recycling services 92.9 82.4 10.5 o Maintain bike lanes and trails 88.1 78.0 10.0 Provide fire protection and prevention services 97.3 89.5 7.8 Coordinate traffic signals 1 72.1 68.1 1 4.0 When compared with their counterparts, those satisfied with the City's overall performance in providing city services were also more likely to express satisfaction with the City's efforts to pro- vide each of the specific services tested in Question 7. With that said, the greatest specific differ - City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 entiators of opinion between satisfied and dissatisfied residents were found with respect to the City's efforts to provide programs and services to those with special needs, provide senior ser- vices, provide for diversity and inclusion within City events, services, programs and policies, and maintain local streets and roads. At the other end of the spectrum, there was much less differ- ence between the two resident groups regarding their satisfaction with the City's efforts to coor- dinate traffic signals, provide fire protection and prevention services, maintain bike lanes and trails, and provide reliable garbage and recycling services. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 P E R F O R M A N C E N E E D S & P R I O R I T I E S With a measure of the importance of a service to residents as well as a measure of satisfaction with the City's efforts to provide the service, True North is able to examine the relationship between these two dimensions and identify areas where the City has the greatest opportunities to improve resident satisfaction —and identify for which services the City is meeting, and even exceeding, the majority of residents' needs. Rather than rely on averages to conduct this analysis, True North has developed an individual- ized approach to identifying priorities. This approach is built on the recognition that opinions will vary from resident to resident and that understanding this variation is required for assessing how well the City is meeting residents' needs.3 Table 2 on the next page presents a grid based on the importance and satisfaction scales. The horizontal axis corresponds to the four impor- tance options, and the vertical scale corresponds to the four satisfaction options. The 16 cells within the grid are grouped into one of six categories based on how well the City is meeting, or not meeting, a resident's needs for a particular service. The six groups are as follows: Exceeding Needs The City is exceeding a respondent's needs if a respondent is satisfied and the level of expressed satisfaction is higher than the importance that the respondent assigned to the service. Meeting Needs, The City is moderately meeting a respondent's needs if the respondent Moderately is satisfied and the level of satisfaction is commensurate with the level of importance assigned to the service. Meeting Needs, The City is marginally meeting a respondent's needs if the respondent is Marginally satisfied with the City's efforts to provide the service, but their level of satisfaction is lower than the level of importance assigned to the service. Not Meeting Needs, The City is marginally not meeting a respondent's needs if the respon- Marginally dent is somewhat dissatisfied, but the service is also viewed as just somewhat or not at all important. Not Meeting Needs, The City is moderately not meeting a respondent's needs if A) a respon- Moderately dent is very dissatisfied with the City's efforts to provide the service, but the service is viewed somewhat or not at all important, or B) a respon- dent is somewhat dissatisfied and the service is very important. Not Meeting Needs, The City is severely not meeting a respondent's needs if A) a respondent Severely is dissatisfied and the service is viewed as extremely important, or B) a respondent is very dissatisfied and the service is viewed as very impor- tant. 3. Any tool that relies on the opinions of the average respondent will provide a limited and occasionally dis- torted picture of how well an agency is performing. The simple fact is that a city is not comprised of average residents —it is comprised of unique individuals who may vary substantially in their opinions of the City's performance in different service areas. Although the arithmetic average of these individuals' opinions is a useful statistic, it does not capture the variation in opinions that occurs among residents, and it is this varia- tion that is critical for truly assessing how well the City is meeting the needs of its residents. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 TABLE 2 NEEDS & PRIORITIES MATRIX Using this framework, True North categorized respondents individually for each of the 22 ser- vices tested in the study. Thus, for example, a respondent who indicated that managing residen- tial growth was somewhat important and they were very satisfied with the City's efforts in this service area would be categorized in the exceeding needs group for this service. The same respondent may be grouped in the marginally not meeting needs group for another service (e.g., coordinating traffic signals) if they were somewhat dissatisfied with the City's efforts to provide the service, but the service was viewed as only somewhat important. Figure 13 on the next page presents the 22 services tested, along with the percentage of respon- dents who were grouped into each of the six possible categories. For ease of interpretation, the color -coding in Figure 13 is consistent with that presented in Table 2. Thus, for example, in the service area of managing residential growth in the City, the City is exceeding the needs of 4% of respondents, moderately meeting the needs of 20% of respondents, marginally meeting the needs of 27% of respondents, marginally not meeting the needs of 4% of respondents, moder- ately not meeting the needs of 12% of respondents, and severely not meeting the needs of 32% of respondents. As shown in the figure, the City is meeting the needs of at least two-thirds of residents for 21 of 22 services tested. Operating from the management philosophy that, all other things being equal, the City should focus on improving those services that have the highest percentage of res- idents for which the City is currently not meeting their needs, the services have been sorted by order of priority. Thus, managing residential growth in the City is the top priority, followed by providing neighborhood police patrols, providing for diversity and inclusion within City events, services, programs and policies, acquiring and protecting open space, and maintaining local streets and roads. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 13 RESIDENT SERVICE NEEDS Managing residential growth in the City Providing neighborhood police patrols Providing for diversity, inclusion in events, svcs, prgs, policies Acquiring and protecting open space Maintaining local streets and roads Coordinating traffic signals Promoting jobs development in the City Providing local public transportation and shuttle services Enforcing traffic laws Providing programs and services to those with special needs Maintaining a low crime rate Managing commercial growth in the City Providing senior services Maintaining sidewalks and curbs Providing online access to services, info, resources Maintaining bike lanes and trails Satisfying residents' needs for shopping opportunities Providing library services Providing a variety of parks and recreation facilities Providing reliable garbage and recycling services Providing emergency paramedic services Providing fire protection and prevention services 4 20 (327 30 13 29 6 26 391 33 37 6 29 37 83 32 37 7 17 37 19 5 15 12 33 L 31 5 13 7 34E35 5 16 2 36 41 4 16 9 34 37 5 12 5 43 35 6 10 6 45 34 5 8 6 49 31 5 7 14 40 34 2 4 6 23 43 22 4 5 10 50 30 3 5 8 49 34 4 4 5 54 32 2 6 1 58 36 1 4 2 60 3S 2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 %Respondents Who Provided Opinion ■Exceeding needs ■Meeting needs moderately ■Meeting needs marginally Not meeting needs marginally ■Not meeting needs moderately ■Not meeting needs severely City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 n 0 COMMUNITY FACILITIES & P R O G R A M S By providing areas and opportunities to recreate, relax, and play, the City of Temecula's parks, recreation facilities, community centers, and scheduled activities, classes, and special events help promote a sense of community in the City, improve property values, enhance the business climate and local economy, and generally contribute to a higher quality of life for residents and visitors. The next four questions of the survey sought to profile residents' use and perceptions of community parks, bike lanes and trails, as well as their participation in, and opinions about, City -sponsored programs and special events. "" T" " - " " 1 The first question of this series measured household visits to, or use of, a City park, open space area, and bike lane or bike trail during the 12 months preceding the interview. As shown in Figure 14, 85% of respondents reported that they and/or another member of their household had visited a City park or open space area dur- ing the 12 months preceding the interview, whereas nearly half (47%) indicated their household had used a City bike trail or bike lane during the same period. Question 8 As 1 read each of the following community facilities, please tell me whether you or another member of your household has visited this facility in the past 12 months. In the past 12 months, have you or another member of your household: _____? FIGURE 14 USED/VISITED FACILITIES IN PAST 12 MONTHS 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 ■Prefer no to answer ■Did not visit ■Yes, visited Figures 15 and 16 on the next page demonstrate that the percentage of households that visited a City park or open space area in the year prior to the interview was quite consistent regardless of how long the respondent had lived in Temecula, the area of the City in which they lived, their level of satisfaction with the City's overall performance in providing municipal services, their par- ticipation in a City -provided recreation program, and home ownership status. Households that had participated in a City -provided recreation program during the past year stood out for also being the most likely to have used a bike lane or bike trail in Temecula during this period. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 15 USED/VISITED FACILITIES IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY YEARS IN TEMECULA & AREA OF RESIDENCE ■ City park or open space area ■ City bike trail or bike lane 100 0 90 86.9 84.5 89.4 86.2 87.4 87.E 81.8 80.3 80 70 a 60 53.1 50.4 47.7 47.9 50 42.4 44.6 45.3 11 a� 40 30 0 20 v 0 10 2 0 0 50.6 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more N of R. CA Rd Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy 79 Hwy 79 Years in Temecula (Ql) Area of Residence FIGURE 16 USED/VISITED FACILITIES IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY OVERALL SATISFACTION, HSLD REC PROGRAM PARTICIPATION St HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS s 100 0 90 86.9 2 .N 80 70 ■__ 60 ^ 50 48.3 0) 40 -0 30 0 v 20 [N 0 10 0 ■City park or open space area 93.2 72.2 49.7 66.2 ■ City bike trail or bike lane 82.4 85.3 42.1 84.1 47.7 1 46.2 Satisfied Dissatisfied Yes No Own Rent Overall Satisfaction (QS) Hsld Rec Program Participation (Q10) Home Ownership Status (QD1) PARKS, TRAIL:3 « tsiKt LANE RATIn1L,� All respondents, regardless of a visit men- tioned in Question 8, were asked to rate the overall quality, safety, accessibility, and appearance of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes. Better than eight -in -ten respondents used excellent or good to describe the overall quality (87%), appearance (86%), and accessibility (82%) of Temec- ula's parks, trails and bike lanes. More than three-quarters (76%) also rated the safety of Temec- ula's parks, trails and bike lanes as excellent or good. Figure 18 on the next page shows that respondents who had visited a Temecula park or open space area, as well as those who had used a City bike lane or trail, were somewhat more likely than their counterparts to provide positive ratings for the City's parks, trails and bike lanes with respect to their overall quality, appearance, accessibility, and safety. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 9 How would you rate the _____ of Temecula's parks, trails and bike lanes? Would you say it is excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 17 RATING PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES 100 90 C 0 c: 80 Q O 0 70 v 0 60 a` s 50 v, 40 v o 30 a v, v U� 20 10 0 ■Very poor ■Poor 0 Fair ■Good ■Excellent FIGURE 18 RATING PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES BY VISITED A CITY PARK OR OPEN AREA, USED A CITY BIKE TRAIL OR BIKE LANE & DID NOT USE A CITY PARK, OPEN AREA OR BIKE TRAIL, BIKE LANE 100 90 ■Verypoor 0 .a 80 O v 70 ■Poor 0 60 a 0 50 L 3 Fair 40 30 ■Good 0 v 20 10 ■Excellent 0 ' Overall Appear- Access!- Safety Overall Appear- Accessi- Safety Overall Appear- Accessi- Safety quality ance bility quality ance bility quality ance bility Visited a city park or open area Used a city bike trail or bike lane Did not use a city park, open area or a bike trail, bike lane RECREATION PROGRAM OR SPECIAL EVENT HOUSEHOLD PARTICIPATION In normal years, the City of Temecula provides extensive opportunities for active and passive recreation and personal enrichment for its residents, such as summer concerts, holiday celebra- tions, and art festivals, as well as organized sports, dance, art, and wellness classes. Although many of these events and programs were canceled, curtailed, or modified due to the pandemic, the survey nevertheless inquired as to whether the respondent or another member of their household had participated in a City of Temecula recreation program or special event during the past 12 months, including any programs that were virtual or otherwise modified to comply with the State's COVID-19 restrictions. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 • Question 10 In the past 12 months, have you or any member of your household participated in a City of Temecula recreational program or special event - including any that were virtual or modified to comply with the State's COVID-19 restrictions? FIGURE 19 PARTICIPATED IN A RECREATIONAL PROGRAM OR SPECIAL EVENT fm ' Not sure Yes, household 5.3 participated No household participation 76.6 Approximately one -in -five respondents (18%) indicated that they and/or another member of their household had participated in a special event or recreation pro- gram offered by the City of Temecula in the 12 months prior to taking the survey (Figure 19). Those who had lived in the City less than five years or between 10 and 14 years, as well as individuals who reside North of Rancho California Road, were the most likely to report having participated in a special event or recreation program offered by the City during this period (see Figure 20). FIGURE 20 PARTICIPATED IN A RECREATIONAL PROGRAM OR SPECIAL EVENT BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, AREA OF RESIDENCE, OVERALL SATISFACTION & HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS 30 c 1 � w v M 20.7 20.6 20.7 a 20 18.4 18.8 18.9 18.4 Y 16.6 16.7 17.4 1 5.9 0 £ 13.3 F- 2 to �d x U � a m 0 Less than 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy Satisfied Dissatisfied Own Rent 5 Rd to Hwy 79 79 Years inTemecula (Ql) Area of Residence Overall Satisfaction Home Ownership (Q5) Status (QD1) QUALITY OF PROGRAMMING Respondents who reported that one or more members of their household had participated in a recreational program or special event in Temecula in the past 12 months were subsequently asked to rate the overall quality of the programs or events using a five -point scale of excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor. As displayed in Figure 21 on the next page, the vast majority of respondents (85%) rated the quality of Temecula's recreation programs and special events as excellent (37%) or good (48%), 13% rated them as fair, while less than 2% used poor or very poor to describe the quality of the programs and events. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 1 1 Overall, how would you rate the quality of Temecula's recreational programs and special events that your household participated in? Would you say it was excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 21 RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS & SPECIAL EVENTS RATING Very poor 0.5 Poor 1.3 Good 47.9 Excellent 36.6 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 T R A F F I C In nearly all southern California cities, traffic congestion ranks among the most pressing prob- lems that residents would like local and regional governments to solve. As noted previously (see Ways to Improve Quality of Life on page 13), a reduction in traffic congestion was the most fre- quently mentioned improvement that residents feel is needed to make Temecula a better place to live. ,.,-i FIC CIRLULH I ivl-4 Digging deeper on this topic, the survey measured residents' perceptions of traffic circulation in the City overall, on major streets, and in residential areas. As shown in Figure 22, perceptions of traffic congestion in the City varied substantially based on the type of street or location referenced. Nearly three-quarters of residents provided positive assessments of traffic circulation in residential areas, rating it as either excellent or good (72%). Approximately one-third (34%) of respondents provided a rating of excellent or good when asked about traffic circulation overall within Temecula, while less than one -quarter perceived traffic cir- culation on major streets in the City to be excellent or good. Question 12 Next, 1'd like to ask you a few questions about traffic circulation. By traffic circula- tion, 1 mean the ability to drive around Temecula without encountering long delays. Would you rate: _____ within the City as excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 22 MATING TRAFFIC CIRCULATION 100 90 80 70 r- 60 v c Q 50 v 40 0 30 20 10 0 Not sure ■Very poor ■Poor Fair ■Good ■ Exce Ile nt For the interested reader, Figure 23 on the next page presents the findings of Question 12 by the respondents' area of residence. Residents of Old Town Temecula were generally among the more positive when asked to assess traffic circulation in residential areas, on major streets, and in the City overall. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 23 RATING TRAFFIC CIRCULATION BY IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS, OVERALL & ON MAJOR STREETS 00 1• 12.6 90 Not sure 1 ® 1 80 12.8 19.3 ■Very poor 70 v 60 • c 38.6 38 ■Poor a 50 133.4 v38.9 1 40 ■ Fair 033.9 30 1 ■Good 20 / 1 10 6 ■ExceIle nt 0 .1 N of R. Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy N of R. Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy N of R. Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy CA Rd to Hwy 79 CA Rd to Hwy 79 CA Rd to Hwy 79 79 79 79 In residential areas Overall On major streets Q12 Rating traffic circulation ... SATISFACTION WITH EFFORTS TO hvirKOVE CIRCULATION The Traffic Engineer- ing Division and the Public Traffic and Safety Commission work together to address day-to-day traffic operations, safety issues, and future transportation needs for the City of Temecula. The next question in this section of the survey asked respondents about their satisfaction with City efforts to improve traffic circulation by improving roads and intersections, implementing traffic calming measures, timing traffic signals, and other measures. Figure 24 shows that approxi- mately six -in -ten respondents indicated they were very (19%) or somewhat (42%) satisfied with the City's efforts to improve circulation, whereas 36% were dissatisfied and 4% were unsure. Question 13 Generally speaking, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the City's efforts to improve traffic circulation by improving roads and intersections, implementing traffic calming measures, timing traffic signals, and other measures? FIGURE 24 SATISFACTION WITH TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPROVEMENTS EFFORTS Not sure Very dis5­kfi-d 4.0 11 Somewhat dissatisfied 24.6 Very satisfied what satisfied 41.6 When compared to their respective counterparts, residents of Old Town Temecula, those who do not regularly commute out of Riverside County for their job, females, seniors, those who were satis- fied with the City's overall performance in provid- ing municipal services, and those not currently employed were the most likely to report being sat- isfied with the City's efforts to improve traffic cir- culation (see figures 25 & 26). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 25 SATISFACTION WITH TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPROVEMENTS EFFORTS BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, AREA OF RESIDENCE, REGULARLY COMMUTE OUTSIDE COUNTY & GENDER 80 70 60 y 50 r c a 40 N 7J 30 ae 20 10 0 Less than 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy Yes No Male Female 5 more Rd to Hwy 79 79 Years in Temecula (Q1) Area of Residence Regularly Commute Gender (QD12) Outside County (QD 8) FIGURE 26 SATISFACTION WITH TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPROVEMENTS EFFORTS BY AGE, OVERALL SATISFACTION & WORK COMMUTE STATUS 80 70 60 y 50 v c 0 40 a 30 20 10 0 18 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 or older Satisfied Diss Age (QD11) Overall Satisfaction (Q5) Work from Commute Work at Not home outside home + employed home commute Work Commute Status (QD5) FnLC\A/AV IRA^'1/l\/117-11A LAIT f-n AK1-r Although the City of Temecula does not have juris- diction over Interstate 15, the City has been working hard to raise grant money and partner with regional, state, and federal transportation agencies to build the improvements needed to reduce congestion on the freeway. Construction on freeway improvements will begin within the next year, which will include building auxiliary lanes on Interstate 15 between onramps and offramps through Temecula and improving the 15 and 215 interchange by adding two northbound free- way connector lanes. After sharing the above information, Question 14 simply asked respon- dents whether they were aware that the City of Temecula was successful in securing these freeway improvements for the near future. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 At the time of the survey, approximately one-third of Temecula residents (32%) indicated they were aware that the City of Temecula was successful in securing grants to fund improvements to Interstate 15 and the 1-15/1-215 interchange for the near future (Figure 27). Although most demographic subgroups had fewer than 40% of respondents indicate they were aware of the City's success in securing grants to fund the freeway improvements (see figures 28-30), those who indicated they rely on City Council meetings for news and information in Temecula exhib- ited much higher levels of awareness (72%). Question 14 The City of Temecula does not have jurisdiction over Interstate 15, but the City has been working hard to raise grant money and partner with regional, state, and federal trans- portation agencies to build the improvements needed to reduce congestion on the freeway. Con- struction on freeway improvements will begin within the next year, and will include building auxiliary lanes on Interstate 15 between onramps and offramps through Temecula, and improv- ing the 15 and 215 interchange by adding two northbound freeway connector lanes. Prior to tak- ing this survey, were you aware that City of Temecula was successful in securing these freeway improvements for the near future? FIGURE 27 AWARE OF CITY SECURING FREEWAY'S IMPROVEMENTS FOR NEAR FUTURE Prefer no to r Yes, aware I► 32.0 Not aware 64.4 FIGURE 28 AWARE OF CITY SECURING FREEWAY'S IMPROVEMENTS FOR NEAR FUTURE BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 80 70 w C O ' 60 v v ro > Q 2 50 c 40 37.6 35.2 o v 30 27.6 30.4 27.8 24.4 av � LL � v 20 o � 3 10 LL 0 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more I Own Rent Years in Temecula (Ql) Home Ownership Statu (QD 1) 31.2 22.9 37.1 29.7 N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy Rd Hwy 79 79 Area of Residence City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 29 AWARE OF CITY SECURING FREEWAY'S IMPROVEMENTS FOR NEAR FUTURE BY SATISFACTION WITH TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS, REGULARLY COMMUTE OUTSIDE COUNTY, OVERALL SATISFACTION & WORK COMMUTE STATUS 80 70 w � o v v 60 Q a 50 c T 40 6 31.4 33.8 33.8 30.8 34.5 33.8 30.9 0 v 30 28.6 28.5 o v a a ` 20 � v ' 10 LL 0 Satisfied Dissatisfied Yes No Satisfied Dissatisfied Work from Commute Work at Not home outside home + employed home commute Satisfaction With Traffic Regularly Commute Overall Satisfaction (QS) Work Commute Status (QD5) Improvement Efforts Outside County (QD8) (Q13) FIGURE 30 AWARE OF CITY SECURING FREEWAY'S IMPROVEMENTS FOR NEAR FUTURE BY INFORMATION SOURCES 80 N 70 w r- O v 60 v v rt > 2 50 Q a 40 v � 0 o v 30 v a LL a' ac: 20 v o � 10 LL 0 71.7 40.8 42.2 38.0 39.3 31.5 33.3 29.5 39.4 15.8 City City website City emails City Council City social Flyers at Non -City Non -City Newspaper, Not sure / Newsletter, meetings media public social media websites radio, TV No sources direct mail facilities Information Sources (Q27) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 E C O N O M I C D E V E L O P M E N T A key challenge for all cities is to create sustainable economic development and redevelopment initiatives that will support the tax base required for current and future needs. Naturally, the suc- cess and sustainability of future retail economic initiatives depend in part on the shopping behaviors and preferences of Temecula residents. Businesses that meet these preferences will thrive, whereas those that do not will not succeed. Accordingly, the survey included two ques- tions designed to identify residents' desire for new shopping opportunities. 17D' All residents were first asked to indicate whether, among the retail stores their household currently shops at outside the City, there are any they would like to have available in Temecula. Approximately 43% of residents answered this question in the affirmative, while 41 % indicated they did not desire additional retail stores and 16% were unsure (Figure 31). Question 15 Next, 1'd like to ask you a few questions about your retail shopping. Thinking of the retail stores that your household currently shops at outside of the City, are there any that you would like to have available in Temecula? FIGURE 31 DESIRE ADDITIONAL RETAIL STORES IN TEMECULA Not sure 16.3 Do not desi additional sty.__ 41.2 A desire for additional retail stores in Temec- ula was most commonly found among those Yes, desire who had lived in the City five to nine years, additional stores those residing South of Highway 79, individu- 42.5 als who regularly commute out of Riverside County for their jobs, those between 25 and 44 years of age, females, and those who were satisfied with the City's overall performance in providing municipal services (see figures 32 & 33). FIGURE 32 DESIRE ADDITIONAL RETAIL STORES IN TEMECULA BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, AREA OF RESIDENCE & REGULARLY COMMUTE OUTSIDE COUNTY ro 70 0 o_ 60 ro 49.5 v E 50 48.0 45.3 46.7 o , 40 41.0 39.2 40.6 37.7 39.5 41.8 � N F- 30 N C V) v 20 C U o 1. 10 oe o) 0 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to 5 of Hwy 79 Yes No Rd Hwy 79 Years in Temecula (Ql) Area of Residence Regularly Commute Outside County (QD8) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 M n O O M O FIGURE 33 DESIRE ADDITIONAL RETAIL STORES IN TEMECULA AGE, GENDER & OVERALL SATISFACTION 70 ro c 0 60 ro Q 50 v v E N y p0 40 36.3 � N 0 30 N b.i C � Q1 20 C O e a N ce 10 O� 0 50.7 50.9 46.2 39.6 29.6 40.0 44.7 42.8 33.8 18 to 24 2S to 34 3S to 44 4S to S4 SS to 64 65 or older Male Female Satisfied Dissatisfied Age (QD11) Gender (QD12) Overall Satisfaction (QS) Those interested in new retail stores were subsequently asked to name the one or two stores they were most interested in having located in Temecula. Question 16 was presented in an open-ended manner, allowing respondents to name any store or business that came to mind without being prompted by or restricted to a particular list of options. True North later reviewed the verbatim responses and grouped them into the categories shown in Figure 34 along with the most common specific examples included in parentheses, where appropriate. Question 16 What are the names of the one or two stores you would most like to have located in the City of Temecula? FIGURE 34 ADDITIONAL STORES DESIRED IN TEMECULA Specialty organic food stores (Whole Foods, Trader Joe's) Furniture, home decor stores (IKEA, Bed, Bath & Beyond, At Home, Crate & Barrel) High -end department stores (Nordstrom) Upper scale clothing stores (Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Zara) Sporting Stores, outdoor rec stores (Bass Pro Shop, REI) Ethnic grocery stores Other clothing stores (Stein Mart, Old Navy) Larger department stores (Target, Walmart) Fast food restaurants in general Family chain restaurants (Cheesecake Factory, Texas Roadhouse) Larger discount retail, warehouse stores (Costco, Sam's) Grocery stores in general Variety of restaurants Locally -owned, Mom & Pop stores Coffee shops, bakeries (Peet's Coffee, Krispy Kreme Donuts) Shoe, footwear stores (Nike) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Respondents Who Desire Additional Stores City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 The most commonly mentioned category of store desired by Temecula residents was specialty organic food stores such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe's (28%), followed by furniture and home decor stores like IKEA, Bed, Bath & Beyond, At Home, and Crate & Barrel (1 9%), high -end depart- ment stores such as Nordstrom (19%), upscale clothing stores including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and Zara (12%), and sporting goods/outdoor recreation stores such as Bass Pro Shop and REI 0 0%). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 S P E N D I N G P R I O R I T I E S It is often the case that residents' desires for public facilities and programs exceed a city's finan- cial resources. In such cases, a city must prioritize projects and programs while considering a variety of factors, including the preferences and needs of residents. Question 17 was designed to provide the City of Temecula with a reliable measure of how resi- dents as a whole prioritize a variety of projects, programs, and improvements to which the City could allocate resources in the future. The format of the question was straightforward: after informing respondents that the City does not have the financial resources to fund all projects and programs that may be desired by residents, respondents were asked whether each project or program shown in Figure 35 should be a high, medium, or low priority for future City spending — or if the City should not spend money on the project at all. Question 17 The City of Temecula has the financial resources to provide some of the projects and programs desired by residents. Because it can not fund every project and program, how- ever, the City must set priorities. As I read each of the following items, 1'd like you to indicate whether you think the City should make the item a high priority, a medium priority, or a low pri- ority for future City spending. If you feel the City should not spend any money on this item, just say so. Please keep in mind that not all of the items can be high priorities. FIGURE 35 SPENDING PRIORITIES Make infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation a Advocate to State, Federal Depts of Transportation to improve traffic circulation on 1-15 a Acquire and protect open space and natural habitat areas a E Encourage the upkeep and rehabilitation of existing commercial centers a Provide incentives to attract new employers andjobs to the City a dExpand services and programs for people with special needs Expand teen services and programs a Improve the appearance of public infrastructure and landscapes ElDevelop high quality arts, culture, history and sporting events and facilities Increase recreational programs a Attract and orexpand institutions of higher learning such as a college or university a Revitalize Jefferson Corridor and other outdated commercial areas of the City a 9 Expand and improve the network of bicycling, pedestrian, recreational trails a Encourage the development of affordable housing a dBuild additional park-n-ride lots for carpoolers ■High priority ■Medium priority 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % Respondents The projects and programs are sorted in Figure 35 by the percentage of respondents who indi- cated that an item was a high or medium priority for future City spending. Among the items tested, making infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation was assigned the high- est priority (93% citing it as at least a medium priority), followed by advocating to State and Fed- eral Departments of Transportation to improve traffic circulation on 1-1 5 (92%), acquiring and protecting open space and natural habitat areas (79%), encouraging the upkeep and rehabilita- City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 tion of existing commercial centers (77%), and providing incentives to attract new employers and jobs to the City (76%). At the other end of the spectrum, residents were less apt to rank building additional park-n-ride lots for carpoolers (34%) and encouraging the development of affordable housing (51%) as a high or medium priority for future City funding. Tables 3 and 4 identify how the percentage of respondents who rated each item as a high prior- ity varied by length of residence, overall satisfaction with the City's efforts to provide municipal services, and area of residence within Temecula. To ease comparisons, the five top -ranked items are highlighted in green within each subgroup. TABLE 3 SPENDING PRIORITIES BY YEARS IN TEMECULA & OVERALL SATISFACTION (SHOWING % HIGH PRIORITY) Years in Temecula (Ql) Less than 5 S to 9 10 to 14 15 or more Overall Satisfaction (QS) Satisfied Dissatisfied Advocate to State, Federal Depts of Transportation to improve traffic circulation on 1-1 5 65.4 66.8 81.7 73.7 71.3 71.6 Make infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation 59.2 67.9 77.3 66.9 66.6 66.5 Acquire and protect open space and natural habitat areas 41.4 48.3 54.2 47.5 46.2 49.5 Provide incentives to attract new employers and jobs to the City 40.1 53.4 39.3 45.9 45.6 44.4 Attract and or expand institutions of higher learning such as a college or university 38.2 34.3 46.5 30.6 36.8 31.8 Expand services and programs for people with special needs 31.6 33.6 30.9 31.5 30.9 38.8 Encourage the development of affordable housing 32.4 26.0 26.0 28.5 26.6 39.6 Develop high quality arts, culture, history and sporting events and facilities 35.1 24.9 24.5 27.2 28.5 25.2 Expand teen services and programs 31.1 28.2 24.4 27.5 27.2 35.2 Improve the appearance of public infrastructure and landscapes 22.7 21.7 28.4 28.5 26.9 18.4 Revitalize Jefferson Corridor and other outdated commercial areas of the City 27.6 24.4 25.0 24.2 26.4 21.2 Expand and improve the network of bicycling, pedestrian, recreational trails 26.4 24.9 29.4 22.0 25.0 27.3 Encourage the upkeep and rehabilitation of existing commercial centers 25.3 20.8 25.4 25.9 25.6 17.4 Increase recreational programs 26.2 20.9 27.7 18.8 21.8 29.9 Build additional ark-n-ride lots for car oolers 1 11.6 9.0 4.7 6.9 1 7.8 5.3 TABLE 4 SPENDING PRIORITIES BY AREA OF RESIDENCE (SHOWING % HIGH PRIORITY) N of R. CA Rd Area of Residence R. CA Rd to Old Town Hwy 79 S of wy 79 Advocate to State, Federal Depts of Transportation to improve traffic circulation on 1-15 74.1 65.9 72.8 67.5 Make infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation 68.6 81.9 62.5 65.1 Acquire and protect open space and natural habitat areas 45.4 62.4 44.7 48.9 Provide incentives to attract new employers and jobs to the City 46.8 56.3 41.4 44.5 Attract and or expand institutions of higher learning such as a college or university 35.4 47.6 32.7 36.1 Expand services and programs for people with special needs 32.5 63.3 26.3 29.5 Encourage the development of affordable housing 27.1 55.6 24.1 28.3 Develop high quality arts, culture, history and sporting events and facilities 29.1 37.4 29.8 22.7 Expand teen services and programs 32.0 33.8 26.8 22.5 Improve the appearance of public infrastructure and landscapes 22.4 27.2 25.1 30.0 Revitalize Jefferson Corridor and other outdated commercial areas of the City 28.7 35.7 22.3 21.2 Expand and improve the network of bicycling, pedestrian, recreational trails 24.3 29.9 27.8 21.3 Encourage the upkeep and rehabilitation of existing commercial centers 24.5 16.8 23.8 26.9 Increase recreational programs 22.2 28.8 21.5 22.3 Build additional ark-n-ride lots for car oolers 8.5 20.1 5.9 7.2 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 SCHOOLS & OLD TOWN The next section of the survey touched upon two topic areas that contribute to residents' overall quality of life: the quality of education in Temecula's schools and the City's Historic Old Town Area. QUALITY OF EDUCATION The Temecula Valley Unified School District serves the City of Temecula and includes 17 elementary schools, six middle schools, five high schools, two charter schools, one virtual school (grades 6-12), and one adult education school. Question 18 of the survey asked residents to rate the overall quality of education provided by Temecula's public 0 schools using a five -point scale of excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor. Question 18 In general, how would you rate the quality of education provided in Temecula's public schools? Would you say it is excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 36 QUALITY OF EDUCATION Prefer not to answer Not sure 1.2 16.9 Excellent 28.1 Very poor 1.8 Poor 4.6 A1hkbA,, Fair 9.4 4F Good 38.1 Figure 36 presents the findings of this question and shows that two-thirds of respondents (66%) felt that, in general, the quality of education provided in Tem- ecula's schools was excellent (28%) or good (38%). Nine percent (9%) rated the quality of education as fair, 5% said poor, and 2% very poor. The remaining respondents were either unsure (17%) or preferred to not answer the question (I%). For the interested reader, Figure 37 shows how opin- ions regarding the quality of education in Temecula's schools varied by years of residence, overall satisfac- tion with the City's performance in providing munici- pal services, and area of residence. FIGURE 37 QUALITY OF EDUCATION BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, OVERALL SATISFACTION & AREA OF RESIDENCE 100 0 90 c 0 80 v 70 0 60 d` 1 0 50 40 c 30 c a 20 M.�� � jU Less than 5 S to 9 10 to 14 15 or more Satisfied Dissatisfied N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy 79 Rd Hwy 79 Years in Temecula (Ql) Overall Satisfaction (QS) Area of Residence City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 OLD TOWN TEMECULA VISITS Old Town Temecula blends historic 19th century build- ings with hundreds of antique stores, specialty food stores, boutiques, gift and collectible stores, museums, and hotels. Old Town Temecula is also the site of many special events includ- ing car shows, Western Days, and the popular Farmer's Market. The next question of the survey asked residents about the frequency of their visits to Old Town. As shown in Figure 38, about one -in -five residents (19%) indicated they visit Old Town Temecula at least once per week, and another 24% said they visit the area two to three times per month. The remaining respondents stated they visit Old Town once per month (23%), less often than once per month (28%), or never (6%). Figures 39 and 40 show how frequency of visits to Old Town Temecula varied by subgroup. Question 19 How often do you visit Old Town, also known as Downtown Temecula? At least once per week, two to three times per month, once per month, less often than once per month, or never. FIGURE 38 FREQUENCY OF OLD TOWN VISITS Never 6.1 Less often than once per month 28.1 Once per month 22.6 Not sure / Prefer not to answer 0.7 Once perweek 18.9 Two to three times per month 23.6 FIGURE 39 FREQUENCY OF OLD TOWN VISITS BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, OVERALL SATISFACTION, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & GENDER 0 c .a O a v 0 0 A 0 L> c v 0 a v iV 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 ■<lx/ M0 ■IX/M0 ■ 2-3x / M0 ■1x/wk City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 40 FREQUENCY OF OLD TOWN VISITS BY AGE & AREA OF RESIDENCE 100 C 90 0 Q 80 O v 70 a 0 60 a t 50 c 40 v c 30 0 a v 20 10 0 ■<lx/ M0 ■lx/M0 ■2-3x / m0 ■1x/wk r% "T - " -A-1 All respondents were next asked to rate their expe- riences in Old Town Temecula. Figure 41 shows that responses were quite positive in general, with more than two-thirds of respondents rating their Old Town Temecula experiences as excel- lent (27%) or good (44%). Approximately one -in -five residents (20%) said their experiences in Old Town were fair, 4% said poor, and 3% rated their experiences as very poor. As one might expect, the more frequently a respondent reported visiting Old Town Temecula, the more likely they were to provide a rating of excellent or good (see figures 42 & 43). Question 20 Overall, how would you rate your experiences in Old Town, also known as Down- town Temecula? Would you say they've been excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? FIGURE 41 RATING OF OLD TOWN TEMECULA Not sure Very poor 1.7 Prefer not to Poor9 answer 4.0 1.1 Excellent 26.7 Fair 19.8 Good 43.9 City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 42 RATING OF OLD TOWN TEMECULA BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, OVERALL SATISFACTION & FREQUENCY OF OLD TOWN VISITS 100 0 90 a 80 O v 70 v p 60 a 0 50 s 40 c 30 c c. 20 FIGURE 43 RATING OF OLD TOWN TEMECULA BY AGE, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 100 C 0 90 .E 0 80 v 70 0 60 d 0 50 s 40 30 CO 20 10 \ 0 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 or Own Rent N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy older Rd to Hwy 79 79 Age (QD11) Home Ownership Area of Residence Status (QD1) PE- _— -- - —� - The final question in this series asked respondents to indicate how safe they feel walking alone in Old Town Temecula during the day, as well as after dark. Nearly all respondents (94%) offered that they feel safe walking alone in Old Town Temecula during the day (Figure 44). As one might expect, feelings of safety declined after dark, with 65% indicating they feel safe walking alone in Old Town once the sun goes down, 27% stat- ing they feel unsafe, and 8% indicating the scenario wasn't applicable to them. The more fre- quently a respondent visited Old Town Temecula, the more likely they were to feel safe walking alone during the day and after dark (see Figure 45). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 21 When walking alone in Old Town _____, would you say you feel very safe, some- what safe, somewhat unsafe, or very unsafe? FIGURE 44 PERCEIVED SAFETY OF WALKING ALONE IN OLD TOWN 100 90 80 70 N y 60 a 50 a 40 3C 30 20 10 0 ■No applicable ■Very unsafe Somewhat unsafe ■Somewhat safe ■Very safe FIGURE 45 PERCEIVED SAFETY OF WALKING ALONE IN OLD TOWN BY AGE, GENDER & FREQUENCY OF OLD TOWN VISITS ■ During the day After Dark 100 90 85 85 82 i80 75 76 77 74 74 74 75 72 70 °� 60 M F 50 40 32 29 34 36 35 0 30 22 25 24 27 25 v 20L 17 20 1C 10 0 18 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 4S to S4 55 to 64 65 or Male Female At least 2-3x per 1 x per <1 x per Never older 1x perwk mo mo mo Age (QD11) Gender (QD12) Frequency of Old Town Visits (Q19) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 S T A F F & C O U N C I L Although much of the survey focused on residents' satisfaction with the City's efforts to provide specific services, the City of Temecula also recognizes there is more to good governance than simply providing satisfactory services. Do residents perceive that the City is responsive to their needs and listens to them when making important decisions? Do residents feel that staff serves their needs in a professional and courteous manner? Do residents trust the City of Temecula? Answers to questions like these are as important as service or policy -related questions in mea- suring the City's performance in meeting residents' needs. Accordingly, they were the focus of the next section of the survey. nrnr-rnTie%,— --- r-iT.i t-e%xirnwir -—+T The first question in this series was designed to measure how residents perceive the City regarding its responsiveness to residents' needs, management of funds, and tendency to listen to residents when making important decisions, as well as their trust of the City in general. For each of the statements shown at the bottom of Fig- ure 46, respondents were asked if they agreed or disagreed with the statement. Percentages shown in the figure are among those with an opinion.4 Among those with an opinion, the City received favorable marks for each of the aspects tested in Question 22. Better than eight -in -ten respondents agreed with the statements The City manages its finances well (82%) and 1 trust the City of Temecula (82%). More than three-quarters of respon- dents agreed that The City is responsive to residents' needs (76%), while 70% agreed that The City listens to residents when making important decisions. Question 22 Next, I'm going to read you a series of statements about the City of Temecula. For each, 1'd like you to tell me whether you agree or disagree with the statement. FIGURE 46 AGREEMENT WITH STATEMENTS ABOUT TEMECULA 100 .1 p 90IM Q 80 O v 70 0 60 46.3 1 0 50 s 40 c 30 0 a 20 y 1 10 \ 0 City manages its Trust the City of City is responsive to finances well Temecula residents' needs [64%with opinion] [85%with opinion] [76%with opinion] City listens to residents when making important decisions [70%with opinion] Q22 Agreement with statements about Temecula... ■Strongly disagree Somewhat disagree ■Somewhat agree ■Strongly agree 4. The percentage of respondents who provided an opinion for each statement is shown below it in brackets. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 CITY STAFF Residents were next asked if they had been in contact with City of Temecula staff in the past 12 months. Figure 47 provides the findings of this question and shows that 24% of residents indicated they had contact with City staff in the 12 months prior to the interview, which was during the pandemic. Those who had lived in Temecula at least 15 years, home own- ers, individuals residing either North of Rancho California Road or in Old Town, respondents 45 to 54 years of age, and females were the most likely to report having been in contact with City staff in the year prior to the interview (see figures 48 & 49). Question 23 In the past 12 months, have you been in contact with City of Temecula staff.2 FIGURE 47 CONTACT WITH STAFF IN PAST 12 MONTHS Prefer not to answer Not sure 0.9 2.3 _\ — No contact with staff i n past 12 months 73.3 Yes, contact with staff in past 12 months 23.5 FIGURE 48 CONTACT WITH STAFF IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 40 s 30 27.3 "' 0 24.9 s 2 22.0 N b+ m 20 o 16.4 0 ._ 0 fl- v a `5 z c U 10 0 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more Years in Temecula (Q1) 28.9 25.9 27.3 20.3 20.4 17.8 Own Rent N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy 79 Rd Hwy 79 Home Ownership Status Area of Residence (QD 1) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 49 CONTACT WITH STAFF IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY AGE, GENDER & OVERALL SATISFACTION 40 w s 30 ro � in 0 s 2 3 a 20 v d 0 9- V N � N a.+ 0 0 0 lJ 10 0 Presented only to residents who had been in contact with City staff in the past 12 months, Ques- tion 24 asked respondents to rate staff on four dimensions: courteousness, helpfulness, profes- sionalism, and knowledge. The findings of this question are presented below in Figure 50. As shown in the figure, Temecula city staff received high marks on each dimension of customer ser- vice tested. Ninety-five percent (95%) felt that City staff members were professional, 95% said they were courteous, 91 % said they were knowledgeable, and 89% considered staff to be helpful. Question 24 In your opinion, is the staff at the City very _____, somewhat _____, or not at all FIGURE 50 PERCEPTION OF CITY STAFF 100 90 w s 80 ro � 0 70 � N 60 N N d s0 0 0 40 a ._ v V 30 °1 20 10 0 Not sure / Prefer not to answer ■Not at all ■Somewhat ■Very City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 cn CITY COUNCIL The fourth and final question of this series asked respondents if they had been in contact with a member of the Temecula City Council in 12 months preceding the inter- view. As shown in Figure 51, 10% of residents indicated they had been in contact with a council - member during this period. Figures 52 and 53 show that contact with a member of the Temecula City Council was most commonly reported by those who had lived in the City at least 15 years, home owners, individuals who reside North of Rancho California Road, respondents between the ages of 45 and 54, females, and those who reported being dissatisfied with the City's overall performance in providing municipal services. Question 25 In the past 12 months, have you been in contact with a member of the City Coun- cil? FIGURE 51 CONTACT WITH CITY COUNCIL IN PAST 12 MONTHS Prefer not to answer 0 8 Yes, contact with Council in past Not sure 12 months 1.5 ONE- 10.2 No contact with Council in past 12 months 87.5 FIGURE 52 CONTACT WITH CITY COUNCIL IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 30 N V t C +.+ 3 0 O O U a 20 L N M 13.8 12.5 CL -0 Y 9.9 1 1 .7 10.4 Q ; 10 8.7 8.3 5.9 6.1 4.1 0 Less than 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or more Own Rent N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy Rd Hwy 79 79 Years in Temecula (Q1) Home Ownership Status Area of Residence (QD 1) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 53 CONTACT WITH CITY COUNCIL IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY AGE, GENDER & OVERALL SATISFACTION 30 N V t C �-+ 7 0 U 2 20 fV 14.4 �a .� 1 1 .6 C U a 't 10 8.6 8.5 q °1 0 U 12.7 9.0 8.8 9.6 7.5 16.5 0 18 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 or older Male Female Satisfied Dissatisfied Age (QD11) Gender(QD12) Overall Satisfaction(Q5) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 C I T Y- RESIDENT COMMUNICATION The importance of City -resident communication cannot be overstated. Much of a city's success is shaped by the quality of information that is exchanged in both directions, from the City to its residents and vice -versa. This survey is just one example of Temecula's efforts to enhance the information flow to the City to better understand residents' concerns, perceptions, and needs. In this section, we present the results of several communication -related questions. OVERALL SP Question 26 of the survey asked residents to report their satis- faction with the City of Temecula's efforts to communicate with residents through newsletters, the Internet, social media, and other means. Overall, 69% of respondents indicated they were sat- isfied with City efforts to communicate with residents. The remaining respondents were either somewhat (12%) or very (6%) dissatisfied with the City's efforts in this respect, or did not provide an opinion (14%). Question 26 Overall, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the City's efforts to communicate with residents through newsletters, the Internet, social media, and other means? FIGURE 54 SATISFACTION WITH COMMUNICATION Prefer not to answer Not sure 1.9 11 A Very dissatisfied 5.5 Somewhat dissatisfied 11.6 Somewhat satisfied 41.2 ry satisfied 28.2 Figures 55 and 56 on the next page show that the level of satisfaction with the City's efforts to communicate with residents was strikingly consistent across demographic subgroups, ranging from a low of 76% to a high of 86% among those who expressed an opinion. The one clear corre- lation that stands out in the figures is the minority of respondents who indicated they were not satisfied with the City's overall performance in providing municipal services were also far less apt to express satisfaction with the City's communication efforts. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 55 SATISFACTION WITH COMMUNICATION BY YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE c 100 E 90 Q O 80 72 °1 70 2 60 d s 50 40 N C v 30 a 20 VI 10 0 FIGURE 56 SATISFACTION WITH COMMUNICATION BY AGE, GENDER & OVERALL SATISFACTION 100 0 90 Q 80 O v 70 0 60 a s 50 v 40 c v -0 30 c 0 20 v 10 0 "f)UR—To help the City identify the most effective means of communi- cating with residents, it is helpful to understand what information sources they currently rely on for this type of information. In an open-ended manner, residents were asked to list the sources they typically use to find out about City of Temecula news, information, and programming. Because respondents were allowed to provide up to three sources, the percentages shown in Fig- ure 57 on the next page represent the percentage of residents who mentioned a source. As shown in the figure, the most frequently -cited source for City of Temecula news, information and programming was the City's website (43%), followed by email notifications from the City (27%), social media (not the City's sources) (24%), the City's newsletter Inside Temecula (23%), the Internet/websites in general (not the City's) (21%), and friends/family/associates (17%). Other sources mentioned by at least 10% of respondents included the City's Facebook page (16%), local newspapers (13%), the City's Instagram page (12%), and direct mail from the City 0 1 %). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Question 27 What information sources do you use to find out about City of Temecula news, information and programming? FIGURE 57 INFORMATION SOURCES City's website Email notification from City Social Media (not a City source) City Newsletter/Inside Temecula Internet/websites (not City's site) Friends/Fami ly/Associates City's Facebook Local newspapers City's Instagram Letters or postcards from the City mailed to home Flyers or brochures (displayed at public facilities) Do Not Receive Information about City Television (general) Community events City Council Meetings (streamed online) Not sure Radio City Council Meetings (televised) City's Twitter Temecula Patch 0 10 20 30 40 50 Respondents For the interested reader, figures 58 and 59 consolidate a number of the information source cat- egories and show how their use varied by age, home ownership status, satisfaction with the City's communication efforts, and area of residence in Temecula. FIGURE 58 INFORMATION SOURCES BY OVERALL & AGE 60 C 0 50 E Q O 40 0 ri s 30 c v 20 c 0 5. v 10 0 ■ City we bs ite ■ City Newsletter, direct mail City emails ■ Non -City social media City social media ■ Non -City websites Newspaper, radio, T/ ❑ Flyers at public facilities City Council meetings Not sure / No sources r City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 FIGURE 59 INFORMATION SOURCES BY HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS, SATISFACTION WITH COMMUNICATION tit AREA OF RESIDENCE 60 ■City webs ite c ■ City Newsletter, direct mail 0 Q SO v v City emails 0 a v v 40 ■ Non -City social media o City social media t 30 Non -City websites Newspaper, radio, TV v 20 c I Flyers at public facilities a I o 10 °i ^ ■ co ❑City Council meetings o N ❑Not sure / No sources 0 Own Rent Satisfied Dissatisfied N of R. CA Rd Old Town R. CA Rd to S of Hwy 79 Hwy 79 Home Ownership Status Satisfaction With Area of Residence (QD1) Communication (Q26) As it has for many years, the Temecula City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:OOPM in Council Chambers. Because the City recognizes that its residents have busy schedules with often limited flexibility, it has made efforts to provide a variety of options for residents to view the Council Meetings. In addition to having the option to attend Council Meetings in -person, they can be viewed live on Spectrum Channel 3, Frontier FiOS TV Channel 3, and streamed on the City's website. Televised rebroadcasts are also available the Tuesday following each meeting, and archived videos of Council Meetings are available on the City's website. Question 28 In the past 12 months, have you -----? FIGURE 60 WATCHED A CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN PAST 12 MONTHS 100 90 80 70 60 0 c CO 50 L a 40 3e 30 20 10 0 Not sure / Prefer not to answer ■Did not watch Council Meeting ■Yes, watched Council Meeting City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Recognizing that the option to attend Council Meetings in person was suspended for much of the past year according to the State's pandemic regulations, the final substantive question of the survey asked respondents to identify whether they had viewed a Council Meeting during this time frame either on television or via live stream. As shown in Figure 60 on the prior page, 8% of respondents indicated they had watched a televised Council Meeting during this period, while 14% had watched a meeting streamed over the Internet. Combining the responses to both items revealed that nearly one -in -five respondents (18%) had watched a televised and/or live -streamed City Council meeting in the 12 months prior to the interview. When compared to their respective counterparts, residents of Old Town, those between 25 and 54 years of age, females, and those generally dissatisfied with the City's efforts to provide municipal services were the most likely to report having watched a City Council meeting during this period. FIGURE 61 WATCHED A CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY OVERALL, YEARS IN TEMECULA, HOME OWNERSHIP STATUS & AREA OF RESIDENCE 40 V C 0 U -F -0 c 30 a) 0 V 4t� N zo 17.9 15.7 v -o .Y v 10 a2 ai 19.1 19.1 18.0 25.1 20.2 20.3 16.7 18.0 13.9 0 Less than 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 or Own Rent N of R. CA Old Town R. CA Rd S of Hwy 5 more Rd to Hwy 79 79 Overall Years in Temecula (Q1) Home Ownership Area of Residence Status (QD1) FIGURE 62 WATCHED A CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN PAST 12 MONTHS BY AGE, GENDER & OVERALL SATISFACTION 40 V C 0 U 30 a) 0 a o U u 4,� N m 20 cL v .� a, a 1 10 a 0 23.3 24.6 21.5 22.8 19.6 17.8 15.9 15.6 13.8 9.5 18 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 or older Male' Female Satisfied Dissatisfied Age (QD11) Gender (QD12) Overall Satisfaction (Q5) City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 B A C K G R O U N D TABLE 5 DEMOGRAPHICS OF SAMPLE Years in Temecula (Ql ) Less than 5 23.7 5 to 9 22.6 10 to 14 15.4 15 or more 38.1 Prefer not to answer 0.2 Home Ownership Status (QD1) Own 70.2 Rent 27.7 Prefer not to answer 2.1 Employment Status (QD4) Full time 53.3 Part time 7.1 Student 4.2 Home- maker 6.0 Between jobs 3.6 Retired 23.3 Prefer not to answer 2.5 Work Commute Status (QD5) Work from home 17.6 Commute outside home 26.8 Work at home + commute 15.7 Not employed 37.1 Prefer not to answer 2.8 Commute Distance in Miles (QD6) Average miles 30.8 Commute Duration in Minutes (QD7) Average minutes 37.9 Regularly Commute Outside County (QD8) Yes 23.4 No 72.4 Prefer not to answer 4.2 Age (QD11) 18 to 24 10.6 25 to 34 16.2 35 to 44 21.2 45 to 54 15.2 55 to 64 18.1 65 or older 16.9 Prefer not to answer 2.0 Gender (QD12) Male 49.4 Female 48.6 Prefer not to answer 2.0 Area of Residence N of R. CA Rd 37.0 Old Town 6.4 R. CA Rd to Hwy 79 29.3 S of Hwy 79 27.4 8c D E M 0 G R A P H I C S Table 5 presents the key demographic and background information that was collected during the survey. Because of the probability -based sampling methodology used in this study, the results shown in the table are representa- tive of adult residents in the City of Temecula. The primary motivation for collecting the background and demographic information was to provide a better insight into how the results of the substantive questions of the survey vary by demographic characteristics (see Appendix A for more details). City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 M E T H O D O L O G Y The following sections outline the methodology used in the study, as well as the motivation for using certain techniques. QUESTIONNAIKE DEVELOPMENT Dr. McLarney of True North Research worked closely with the City of Temecula to develop a questionnaire that covered the topics of interest and avoided many possible sources of systematic measurement error, including position -order effects, wording effects, response -category effects, scaling effects, and priming. Several ques- tions included multiple individual items. Because asking items in a set order can lead to a sys- tematic position bias in responses, the items were asked in a random order for each respondent. Some questions asked in this study were presented only to a subset of respondents. For exam- ple, only respondents in contact with city staff in the past 12 months (Question 23) were asked about their experiences with staff (Question 24). The questionnaire included with this report (see Questionnaire & Toplines on page 57) identifies the skip patterns used during the survey to ensure that each respondent received the appropriate questions. rmuGRAMMING & PRE -TES. Prior to fielding the survey, the questionnaire was CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing) programmed to assist interviewers when conduct- ing the phone interviews. The CATI program automatically navigates the skip patterns, random- izes the appropriate question items, and alerts interviewers to certain types of keypunching mistakes should they happen during the interview. The survey was also programmed into a pass - code -protected online survey application to allow online participation for sampled residents. The integrity of the questionnaire was pre -tested internally by True North and by dialing into random homes in the City prior to formally beginning the survey. SAMPLE, KLLKUI I INN. & DA I A LULLEL I IUN A comprehensive database of house- holds in the City of Temecula was utilized for this study, ensuring that all households in the City had the opportunity to participate in the survey. After random selection, households were recruited to participate in the survey using a combination of mailed letters, emailed invitations and phone calls to both land lines and mobile lines, as appropriate. Both the mailed and emailed invitations contained a unique passcode so that only those invited could access the secure sur- vey site, and they could complete the survey only once. Following a period of online data collec- tion, True North began placing phone calls to land lines and mobile numbers of households that had yet to participate in the online survey as a result of the mailed and/or emailed invitations, or for which only phone contact information was available. Phone interviews averaged 18 minutes in length and were conducted during weekday evenings (5:30PM to 9PM) and on weekends (1 OAM to 8PM). It is standard practice not to call during the day on weekdays because most working adults are unavailable and thus calling during those hours would bias the sample. A total of 923 completed surveys were gathered online and by phone between March 23 and April 1, 2021. MARTIN nr FRROR n11V TO gAMPI I1\1 The results of the survey can be used to esti- mate the opinions of all adult residents in the City. Because not every adult resident of the City participated in the survey, however, the results have what is known as a statistical margin of City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 error due to sampling. The margin of error refers to the difference between what was found in the survey of 923 adult residents for a particular question and what would have been found if all of the estimated 81,851 adult residents5 had been interviewed. Figure 63 provides a plot of the maximum margin of error in this study. The maximum margin of error for a dichotomous percentage result occurs when the answers are evenly split such that 50% provide one response and 50% provide the alternative response. For this survey, the maxi- mum margin of error is ± 3.21% for questions answered by all 923 respondents. FIGURE 63 MAXIMUM MARGIN OF ERROR 14% 12% 0 wt 8% 0 a 6% 4% 2% 0% 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Sample Size (Numberof Respondents) Within this report, figures and tables show how responses to certain questions varied by demo- graphic characteristics such as length of residence and age of the respondent. Figure 63 is thus useful for understanding how the maximum margin of error for a percentage estimate will grow as the number of individuals asked a question (or in a particular subgroup) shrinks. Because the margin of error grows exponentially as the sample size decreases, the reader should use caution when generalizing and interpreting the results for small subgroups. -- _ --^� — ... Data processing consisted of checking the data for errors or inconsistencies, coding and recoding responses, categorizing verbatim responses, and preparing frequency analyses and cross -tabulations. The final data were weighted to balance the sample by age and ethnicity according to Census estimates. ROUNDING Numbers that end in 0.5 or higher are rounded up to the nearest whole num- ber, whereas those that end in 0.4 or lower are rounded down to the nearest whole number. These same rounding rules are also applied, as needed, to arrive at numbers that include a deci- mal place in constructing figures and charts. Occasionally, these rounding rules lead to small discrepancies in the first decimal place when comparing tables and figures for a given question. S. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2019 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 Q U E S T I ON N A I RE & T O P L I N E S RUENORTH R E S E A R C H City of Temecula Resident Survey Final Toplines (n= 923) May 2021 Hi, may I please speak to _____? Hi, my name is _____ and I'm calling from TNR on behalf of the City of Temecula. We're conducting a survey about important issues in the city and we would like to get your opinions. If needed: This is a survey about important issues in your community, I'm NOT trying to sell anything and I won't ask for a donation. If needed: The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete. If needed: If now is not a convenient time, can you let me know a better time so I can call back? If the person says they are an elected official or is somehow associated with the survey, politely explain that this survey is designed to the measure the opinions of those not closely Section 2: Quality of Life I'd like to begin by asking you a few questions about what it is like to live in the City of Temecula. Ql How long have you lived in the City of Temecula? 1 Less than 1 year 4% 2 1 to 4 years 19% 3 5 to 9 years 23% 4 10 to 14 years 1 5% 5 15 years or longer 38% 99 Not sure / Prefer not to answer 0% Q2 How would you rate the overall quality of life in the City? Would you say it is excellent, good, fair, poor or very poor? 1 Excellent 36% 2 Good 52% 3 Fair 11% 4 Poor 1 % 5 Very Poor 0% 98 Not sure 0% 99 Prefer not to answer 0% Q3 What are the one or two things that you like most about living in the City of Temecula? Verbatim responses recorded and later grouped into categories shown below. Proximity to shopping, services in City 18% Public safety / Low crime rate 18% Cleanliness of City 1 7% Copyright © 2021 True North Research, Inc. Page I City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. © 2021 City of Temecula Resident Survey May 2021 Q4 Family /Friends /Neighbors 14% Small town feel /Community involvement 13% Proximity to areas, attractions outside City 9% Wineries /Vineyards 9% Parks, recreation opportunities 9% Good climate, weather 8% Aesthetic beauty, landscaping of City 8% Schools /Education 7% Variety of activities, entertainment 7% Open space /Mountains 6% Old Town area 6% City planning /Local government 4% Quiet, peaceful 4% Not sure /Cannot think of anything 4% Affordable cost of living, housing 3% Conservative community 2% If the City government could change one thing to make Temecula a better place to live now and in the future, what change would you like to see? Verbatim responses recorded and later grouped into categories shown below. Reduce traffic 26% Address homeless issue 12% Not sure /Cannot think of anything 10% Improve, repair roads 8% Limit, reduce growth, development 8% Improve police protection, public safety 8% No changes needed 5% Address COVID-19 concerns 4% Lower taxes, fees 3% Improve government process, Council 3% Attract employers, high end businesses 3% Reduce cost of housing 3% Enforce traffic laws 3% Provide more events, activities for all ages 3% Provide own Police Department 3% Improve parks, recreation 2% Improve shopping, commercial City of Temecula True North Research, Inc. ©2021 City of Temecula Resident Survey May 2021Section 3: City Services Clean up, beautify City, landscaping 2% Address racism issues 2% Improve sidewalks, bike lanes 2% Next, I'm going to ask a series of questions about services provided by the City of Temecula. Q5 Generally speaking, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the job the City is doing to provide city services? Get answer, then ask: Would that be very (satisfied/dissatisfied) or somewhat (satisfied/dissatisfied)? 1 Very satisfied 38% 2 Somewhat satisfied 45% 3 Somewhat dissatisfied 8% 4 Very dissati