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052412 PTS Agenda In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting,please contact the office of the City Clerk's Department at 951-694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting[28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] MEETING AGENDA TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD AT TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA • THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Hagel FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner ROLL CALL: Carter, Cosentino, Coram, Youmans, Hagel PRESENTATIONS: Certificate of Appreciation — Lt. Scott Madden, Temecula Police Department PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of fifteen minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commission on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commission about an item not listed on the Agenda, a yellow"Request to Speak" form should be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name and address. For all other agenda items, a"Request to Speak"form must be filed with the Recording Secretary before the Commission gets to that item. There is a three minute time limit for individual speakers. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. Any public writings distributed by the City Staff to at least a majority of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission regarding any item on this regular meeting agenda will be made available at the City Clerk's Office at Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92589, during normal business hours. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. 1 COMMISSION CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of March 22, 2012 RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of March 22, 2012. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Proposed Capital Improvement Proqram — Fiscal Years 2013-2017 RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 Receive and file the report. 3. Roripauqh Road Neiqhborhood Traffic Calminq Alternatives RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 Direct Staff to install striping improvements, which simulate a Raised Median Entry Treatment and propose inclusion of the raised median improvements in the City's Capital Improvement Program for future consideration. 3.2 Direct Staff to install "VCalm;' signs at various locations on Roripaugh Road to monitor and reduce vehicular speeds. 3.3 Direct Staff to install "fine" placards below existing 25 MPH speed limit signs on Roripaugh Road. 3.4 Deny the request to install multi-way stop signs on Roripaugh Road to reduce vehicular speeds. 4. School Area Traffic Safetv Workshop — Area 5 Pauba Vallev Elementary School and Tonv Tobin Elementarv School (County) RECOMMENDATION: � 4.1 Receive and file the report. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORTS POLICE CHIEF'S REPORTS FIRE CHIEF'S REPORTS ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, June 28, 2012, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet (including staffreports) will be available for viewing at the Main Reception, Temecula Civic Center, (41000 Main Street, Temecula) or the Temecula Library (30600 Pauba Road, Temecula) after 4:00 PM the Friday before the Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting. At that time, the packet may also be accessed on the City's website — www.cirioftemecula.org Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majoriry of the Temecula Public/I'raffic Safety Commission regazding any item on the Agenda, after the posting ofthe Agenda, will be'available for public review at the Main Reception, Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula— 5:00 AM to 5:00 PM). In addition, such materiaT will be made available on the City's website — www.ciryoftemecula.org — and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item of business on the Agenda for this meeting, please contact City Clerk's Depardnent — 951-694-6444. 2 , ITEM NO. 1 Action Minutes of March 22, 2012 � ACTION MINUTES OF TEMECULA PUBLICITRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: � Chair Person Hagel FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Coram ROLL CALL: Carter, Coram, Cosentino, Youmans, Hagel Absent: Youmans PRESENTATIONS: PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of fifteen minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commission on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commission about an item not listed on the Agenda, a yellow "Request to Speak" form should be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state vour name and address. For all other agenda items, a"Request to Speak" form must be filed with the Recording Secretary before the Commission gets to that item. There is a three minute time limitfor individual speakers. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. Any public writings distributed by the City Staff to at least a majority of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission regarding any item on this regular meeting agenda will be made available at the City Clerk's Office at Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92589, during normal business hours. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. i COMMISSION CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of Februarv 23, 2012 — Approved staff recommendation —(4-0-1) — Commissioner Cosentino made the motion; it was seconded by Commissioner Carter; and voice vote reflected approval with the exception of Commissioner Youmans who was absent. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of February 23, 2012. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. School Area Traffic Safetv Workshop — Area 5, Vail Ranch Middle School and Crowne Hill Elementarv School — received and filed the report. RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 Receive and file the report. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORTS POLICE CHIEF'S REPORTS ' ' FIRE CHIEF'S REPORTS ADJOURNMENT At 7:00 P.M. Commissioner Cosentino moved, seconded by Commissioner Carter, to adjourn the Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting to Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 6:00 PM. Bob Hagel Greg Butler Chairperson Director of Public Works / City Engineer � 2 ITEM NO. 2 Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2013 - 2017 AGENDA REPORT ���, �. �% � � �— _ ., . . y'i�� 2� � . TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission =:-�g�`�����- `� 1589 `'� FROM: reg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 24, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 2 Proposed Capital Improvement Program - Fiscal Years 2013-2017 PREPARED BY: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission review and discuss the proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Circulation Projects for Fiscal Years 2013-2017. BACKGROUND: Mr. AmerAttar, Principal Engineerwill provide a presentation regarding the proposed CIP circulation projects for Fiscal Years 2013-2017. Attachment: 1. Exhibit "A" - Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Circulation Projects for Fiscal Years 2013-2017 , EXHIBIT "A" CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) CIRCULATION PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2013-2017 z CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) - Fiscai Years 2013-17 CIRCULATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbott Corporation Roadway Improvements Butterfield Stage Road Extension Flashing Beacons and Speed Advisory Signs French Valley Parkway / Interstate-15 Over-Crossing and Interchange lmprovements-Phase I French Valley Parkway / Interstate-15 Over-Crossing and Interchange Improvements-Phase II Interstate-15 / State Route 79 South Ultimate Interchange Main Street Bridge Over Murrieta Creek (Replacement) Medians and Parkways-Citywide Murrieta Creek Bridge and Overland Drive Extension to Diaz Road Pavement Rehabilitation Program-Citywide Traffic Signal Equipment Replacement Program - Citywide Traffic Signal Installation — Citywide Traffic Signal Interconnect Equipment Installation Western Bypass Bridge Over Murrieta Creek ITEM NO. 3 Roripaugh Road Neighborhood Traffic Calming Alternatives ABBOTT CORPORATION ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS Circulation Project Location O..-,.1.,'\\\.N.i.,,4i\,,,.e.\ •.,41.:.,%4.1,46'fW',.1-,0,110--'.*0(di N-.'I.'*-,.,2I-./t..;\, &;WW..,..::°,1.;‘qt1.,..,0 I 1.,.0..r."/r.t...0.:.7./.'%..9.4d-.,-0.\.'i,,-.4,\tt.i3OI:.1._",N.'77i..,4- 4..,#'..,'..1‘:of,,7.1,.A. ;.,..r/...'.A. „„ .-,t...,-,-_.,-.1-.,.S._.,.-.#.-.•..!.,.g..-le.ii-,j,./-.-0 4,.,i ,,0;-.i.,.'-i1-_.'-•.:0i•,••.:.:._•4 . ff-•, '..e .-.,-i.;.g/14.'-.r ., ;1r » / .• . 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Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.620 Level: II BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD EXTENSION Circulation Project Location _!Y RJ W va�QV ~�T*, I J. W W W V I�Q � _ GS RD �„ - - J LL! / U i..)46„___44____J Ca f " k. s - � � ''� to = • � . if !� 1 I er ' ;Ili LIEFER RO ' 1:4 cc i4.0.- 1< fes-- e. ` 4 FyF, L ' , , .,,,i Misr , wCO H AF4 • ., * , 2�, • ijolitiy " iv),cky :i► n STA DEL MONTEED, 4; J~T'� ;_%/...iGp� KAREN . LYNN LN -. 4 ''f Ci °+t •ter— = '"'tea[..,,:. 1../c, -r/v •*---••.`"T'7, • ,. • — _ . . 4,• c.,1 :6 i O 6 :LARER L 04 t p RE), .,_ a _ CI to G. Z LY V. ‘. __1 .- 3 4 I,y " i. PKYy E p Ot+y' 3 =.- T -,ai : ¢DANE C?! k '`. II r►t# ', :,U t—Go 0, .'� =P te' } .{*^:, . ;:'` N.; r'QIJ 11+ . t Feet b 512 5 1025 2.050 ,., f Aerial Data -March 2010 CITY OF TEMECULA 41111111 Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD EXTENSION Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the complete design and construction of four lanes on Butterfield Stage Road (from Rancho California Road to Murrieta Hot Springs Road), four lanes on Murrieta Hot Springs Road (from Butterfield Stage Road to the City limits), and two lanes on Calle Chapos (from Butterfield Stage Road to Walcott Road), totaling approximately 3.2 miles of road. Benefit / Core Value: This project improves traffic circulation by providing a crucial north and south arterial road on the eastern side of the City. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: Phase I of this project is under construction. It is anticipated that Phase II of this project will begin construction during fiscal year 2012-13. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.723 Level: FLASHING BEACONS AND SPEED ADVISORY SIGNS Circulation Project Location 441 Of T E Nit ic -... eet - I. le,,,,,, C...)4s ir r. ID iiii+ *4 1/ f VIelI/ . \ . • 0. 'il!.: /1 0"A: eft i v-- v : ', 1.!• !s 1 /^ 4!! 1959 ,E oNs . NE\' a, CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 FLASHING BEACONS AND SPEED ADVISORY SIGNS Circulation Project Project Description: This project maintains the City's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program by installing flashing beacons and/or speed advisory signs at school sites and neighborhoods. This project includes solar powered panels, chargeable batteries. and programmable timers to advise motorists of the school zone and residential speed limits. Benefit l Core Value: This project improves traffic safety in neighborhoods and school zones. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of Healthy and Livable City, A Safe and Prepared Community, and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: Two school locations, along with several neighborhood streets, have been identified for installation of flashing beacons and LED speed limit display signs for installation by end of fiscal year 2013. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.670 Level: I FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY/ INTERSTATE-15 OVER-CROSSING AND INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS - PHASE I Circulation Project Location . /*/ . 'h., 3V It \ * • -•"144)••• ,,x, -llt- .7 Pt-•,•,,- •., - . 4'46,4,,,.. . . 4/0.,)'''. 1 Y.11‘ lj, f „I- , 161 't ‘, . fix: . .,. . .j.leit. : . .10. , . . r . yr ''t N.\IN: ' '.' ,II AIL \csito ,.0. kosi\ 1101 / ,. . 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INTERSTATE-15 OVER-CROSSING AND INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS—PHASE I Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the design, right-of-way acquisition, utility relocation, and construction activities to portions of the French Valley Parkway and Interstate 15 over-crossing and interchange. The project will add a new southbound off-ramp from Interstate 15 to French Valley Parkway, construct the northern half of French Valley Parkway from the off-ramp to Jefferson Avenue, widen the existing southbound off-ramp from Interstate 15 to Winchester, and construct a new auxiliary lane between French Valley Parkway and the Winchester Road southbound off-ramp. Other features include permanent and temporary retaining walls, erosion control and irrigation, and a new traffic signal and roadway improvements at the intersection of French Valley Parkway and Jefferson Avenue. The project requires oversight by Caltrans and coordination with the City of Murrieta. Benefit I Core Value: This project improves traffic circulation by providing another southbound off-ramp from Interstate 15 and adds a lane to the Interstate 15 southbound off-ramp to Winchester. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: Construction is estimated to be completed by December 2013. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.719 Level: FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY/ INTERSTATE-15 OVER—CROSSING AND INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS - PHASE II Circulation Project Location 1 • MURRIETA Ho r • . .. . / Sp 14/yGs 0 $itir0401.- •‘11-._ . ..-...„4‘. .1N .. • , .., i ' ,• 6s4 -4, t ' ./.:". -54 P 'c ci- r.•• 4#444444 'Z' ) ;111(1r ilt- co 0+. 404 0 0 'Pek .0 1 ) 115if •Z- 4. 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C'1' '4:1, 1 36 k•-'' .. -:1 • 4 rPC -1°-4, 0 7. l . ; ' - ,. • .._ - 0 .... 11°IF ,7 ..c‘ -fi, c.., c". • • ›- ..... a, 116. .,,- it- " ‘ '..\:,,,,, • ett• .31°- "Li \N• . 4. e 4:91., i ..:. • 4 ',•,::Ptt v. •. -Ai\\\:" te • ; , ,-t, tir.y.•.< . ..„,,c.„,e,„ ... ,. .. 1" - , ,- • --t.4-- , iit - .,.. • 1 . .... . ..- ,- - . , , . • . ' . / .,,,,.:. : . •111. . iiii Feet . Aerial Data -March 2010 800 1 600 3.200 i CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY / INTERSTATE-15 OVER-CROSSING AND INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS—PHASE II Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the design and construction of a bridge over-crossing over Interstate 15 (from Jefferson Avenue to Ynez Road), including curb and gutters, pavement, sidewalks, and new traffic signals. Benefit I Core Value: This project will addresses and improves traffic circulation in the City's northern area by providing a full service interchange from Interstatel5 with on and off ramps in both directions. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: This project is currently under design and is scheduled for completion in December 2014. Construction will be completed in future years, when funding is available. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.726 Level: INTERSTATE-15/ HIGHWAY 79 SOUTH ULTIMATE INTERCHANGE Circulation Project Location '7-!-,•-•,,, ; ,: ',;,4w, 't, lo N. .... 7 -4r671,----iiim— y4e,i 1 in (IPIA ' .. 44 .. ..r• ,41.11-,-4.1.---"--- it . - , ' t )/5 • -":---Ilt —.. 11.:1 t , 41111tr „ • ,, 'III 9i 1 A , At '.:'••C' - P'.;•.%i ili 1 , 4-rin ife. • . ..... . ''''' •••.:-2 ' . 11011 ' 11 • 4 1 i. \ $ %/ • / • ‘"Cotik Ao. 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Illi, \\‘ Feet Aerial Data-March 2010 0 265 530 1,06 A CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 INTERSTATE-15 I STATE ROUTE 79 SOUTH ULTIMATE INTERCHANGE Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes right-of-way acquisition, design, and construction of a ramp system that will improve access to Interstate 15 (from Temecula Parkway/State Route 79 South) to accommodate traffic generated by future development of the City's General Plan land use and regional traffic volume increases forecasted for the year 2030. This project is crucial as the projected traffic volume increases currently exceeds the capacity of the existing interchange improvements constructed by Riverside County Transportation Department. Benefit I Core Value: This project will improve circulation, freeway access, and level of service at the Interstate 15 and Temecula Parkway/State Route 79 South intersection. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Prosect Status: The plans, specifications, and estimates package are currently being prepared for review by California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). Acquisition is estimated to be complete during fiscal year 2012-13. Construction is scheduled to start during fiscal year 2013-14, when funding is available. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.662 Level: MAIN STREET BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (REPLACEMENT) Circulation Project Location - ".f �' . 41. '..::: . \ . —41P' w• • . ; .N. .< II / '71E Pilo . • . NV'•••• ..P:. . -' - A r'\• ` f.`,� ' ILI lir . 1111 IPS, Illilk / -. . 4/:. 4111111t,' , **/: • f` •• / oi. '14t‘ ' 4"' ' •,.....1(114 Atm* , • a 'e• # . . Or •.44.. lit 4 . . ,4 r , , A y / '! • lli . f„e el, .4", , .. . Aslio 41 ' J l y / ,; • :d. . �. •it •:F. � , •. r I 10... '''',.....16,.46„. lb Feet I►' Aerial Data-March 2010 0 60 120 240 / CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 MAIN STREET BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (REPLACEMENT) Circulation Project Prosect Description: This project includes the design and construction of a new bridge and approach roadways which meet current safety standards and compatibility with the City's circulation element and the planned Murrieta Creek Improvement Project. The new bridge will meet the United States Army Corps of Engineer's (USAGE) Creek Improvement Project needs. The cost will count towards the City's contribution to the USACE Project. Project includes removal of the existing bridge, pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk and storm drain facilities, and environmental studies and mitigation. Benefit I Core Value: This project improves traffic safety and circulation. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: The design to replace the existing bridge is complete and environmental clearance has been obtained from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The project is estimated to be complete by December 2013. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.743 Level: MEDIANS AND PARKWAYS—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Location 44111 0 V ril MP.-i ("Nei<no Caa> f• i r f • t f ' t i1� f . i. ill ,.. ...I } r )11 imIP 2, I .<4°' "4e 1989 Mira , OVI(194. CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 MEDIANS AND PARKWAYS—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Project Description: Pursuant to the Conditions of Approval, this project completes the missing portions of the raised landscaped median island on Rancho California Road (between Moraga Road to Lyndie Lane), Ynez Road (from Tierra Vista Road to Rancho California Road), Ynez Road (from Date Street to City boundary), and Butterfield Stage Road (from 750 feet south of La Serena Way to Chemin Clinet). Benefit / Core Value: This project improves traffic circulation by eliminating potential conflicts between left turn movements and through traffic on circulation element streets with classification of major arterial and higher. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of A Safe and Prepared Community and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: This project will reimburse developers for eligible improvements upon their completion. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.622 Level: III MURRIETA CREEK BRIDGE AND OVERLAND DRIVE EXTENSION TO DIAZ ROAD Circulation Project Location .. .. 1 . .1 i r• I J .I \)• • . / 0• 1 .'•'' 4 ' t 4r. . • I e r L • . ., ' \ .. • .t.• ib .... aP6. . . • ...„..-..2. , III r , . ., + .... ...„,'N . .._,. . -- -4!: • • AIN N .. '4'V' /Ai !g.,..-- .- .s., • A,. 4 ikrr A,- '" ' .. ..• 'A4 lb "s • III 7it...: .. I.,tr • \-\.. . .1. ft .,•••:' -... '... To• 7 • .t ....-. ...4 .' ,. .-- 4, 4;, 4. 4, • -4.. . - - ‘ — ,:;.;_ • 1104.1;.' .:'.- , .....:.,.. , ''',..., j rr•-•" ,:... ''.... . .r. , "§•• •-•-, '47::_t- ,... *. . ' \, ,-,•.4 - . . '4 • \\ ri..... ler- 44;* \ . ; 441L,.• .r> ..,.., 4h .. 1 . ..40- •AA. femes4,4 Orlig* 0 137,5 275 550Feet Aerial Data -March 2010 CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 MURRIETA CREEK BRIDGE AND OVERLAND DRIVE EXTENSION TO DIAZ ROAD Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the design and construction of a new bridge crossing over Murrieta Creek (between Rancho California Road and Winchester Road). This project also includes studying suitable locations for a new crossing, environmental studies, mitigation, acquisition of right-of-way, new road improvements (between Murrieta Creek and Commerce Center Drive), and installation of new traffic signals (at Overland Drive intersections with Diaz Road. Enterprise Circle West, and Commerce Center Drive). This project will be constructed in two phases. Phase 1 will construct the street improvements between Commerce Center Drive and Enterprise Circle West, and Phase 2 will connect Enterprise Circle West and Diaz Road, including the construction of the bridge over Murrieta Creek. Benefit / Core Value: This project improves traffic circulation and access to Overland Drive freeway over- ' crossing. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: The design for the extension of Overland Drive from Commerce Center Drive is complete. The City is working on the right-of-way acquisition and the environmental document. Construction of Phase 1 is scheduled to start during fiscal year 2012-13,and Phase 2 will be completed in future years when funding is available. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.602 Level: I PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Street Location of Construction Funding Source Ynez Road 2012-13 Measure A and Capital (Winchester Road to Solana Way) Projects Reserve Margarita Road- Project 2 2012-13 Capital Projects (Avenida Barca to Solana Way) Reserves Rancho California Road 2012-13 Measure A (Jefferson Avenue to Ynez Road) Winchester Road 2012-13 Capital Projects (Jefferson Avenue to Ynez Road) Reserves Rancho Vista Road 2013-14 Measure A (Margarita Road to Paseo Goleta) To Be Determined 2013-14 Unspecified To Be Determined 2014-15 Measure A/ Unspecified To Be Determined 2015-16 Measure A/ Unspecified CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the environmental processing. design, construction of pavement rehabilitation, and reconstruction of major streets as recommended in the Pavement Management System. Benefit ! Core Value: This project improves pavement conditions so that the transportation needs of the public, business industry, and government can be met. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: A priority list of rehabilitation projects has been developed. Installations are completed on an ongoing basis. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.655 Level: I TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PROGRAM — CITYWIDE Circulation Project Location Ail Of: Mt erNY T. ,..- 6 :.,,,,,CI, f 0 410O !• Is A- } 1, ,I -. 0 ': ' r-F;rt . . • # • Ilti # ( r', •O aJ e- 1959 4? CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PROGRAM — CITYWIDE Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the replacement and upgrade of existing traffic signal equipment, including battery back-up systems, LED traffic signal indications, traffic signal controller cabinets, service cabinets, safety street lighting, illuminated street name signs, and traffic signal controllers. Benefit I Core Value: This project enhances traffic safety and supports the long-term maintenance and rehabilitation of City assets and infrastructure. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of Healthy and Livable City, A Safe and Prepared Community, and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: A priority list of rehabilitation projects has been developed. Replacements are completed on an ongoing basis. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.680 Level: I TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Signal Location Complete Year Funding Source Meadows Parkway at Pauba Road* $ 217,000 2012-13 DIF (Traffic) Vail Ranch Parkway at Tehachapi Pass $ 295,000 2014-15 Unspecified Meadows Parkway at DePortola* $ 242,500 2014-15 Unspecified De Portola Road at Campanula Way(East)* $ 260.000 2015-16 Unspecified Meadows Parkway at Leena Way* $ 242.000 2015-16 Unspecified Rancho Califonia Road at Temecula Ridge* $ 280,000 2016-17 Unspecified Rancho California Road at Tee Drive $ 295,000 2016-17 Unspecified Rancho California Road at Promenade Chardonnay $ 295.000 2017-18 Unspecified Meadows Parkway at Campanula Way (West)* $ 260.000 2017-18 Unspecified Butterfield Stage Road at Rancho Vista Road $ 295,000 2018-19 Unspecified Rancho Vista Road at Avenida de la Reina $ 270,000 2018-19 Unspecified Ynez Road at Rancho Way $ 280,000 2019-20 Unspecified $ 3,231,500 *DIF Traffic Developer Reimbursement Fiscal Year 2012-13 $ 217,000 Fiscal Year 2013-14 $ - Fiscal Year 2014-15 $ 537,500 Fiscal Year 2015-16 $ 502,000 Fiscal Year 2016-17 $ 575,000 Fiscal Year 2017-18 $ 555,000 Fiscal Year 2018-19 $ 565,000 Fiscal Year 2018-19 $ 280.000 TOTAL $ 3,231.500 CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION—CITYWIDE Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes the design, construction, and installation of traffic signals at various locations throughout the City including, Rancho California Road, Ynez Road, Butterfield Stage Road, and Redhawk annexation area. Benefit J Core Value: This project improves traffic safety and circulation throughout the City. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of Healthy and Livable City, A Safe and Prepared Community, and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: A priority list of traffic signals has been developed. The traffic signals scheduled for installation will be designed and constructed on the scheduled fiscal year. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.682 Level: TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION Circulation Project Location 4y HOS - - -` \{c Cpti\40�:4.': tiNQC,ORTESONQQf4 110 J r,te r- - 'KE dKtLpt-tC-. 4p � CORTE MO��1EL ts — CRYL4 I *.1 ZA ��1 t ,(��.yE CORTE X00 ill jpjqr • _• r 0 I A� CO�p9., TUNAS 64 O G v 1 )'11 ' " �• ALL A� P 4\'i" 04\ =+71Gp _ ip to-. .` Gj , YO C' AG� t GOFL okiO 4 ....1. - e.DQGR7£ALA R u 3 SOV�HERN C X05 "p� A r s' tE��StO +, cn SibliftlX • cl QR �,\ '- ..,qt -r-�-., , A,. ti:=. Vit. it . • o -:: # �a 0%.- LA (3%7 QQ-�V. Gpla- 10: F CON• �-.- �A 4, e\` r� n AV l Q' ° ¢.CARRASCO �A CQ 4. 0 C' V. IP A tt snO _ - '. mQ x /Li� �" 111 sF -- 4 IM 1 ; , . PQ � O 4-RERA . . ! 1 , di otc, 1D4 ,\kPOLLENSA ci �s .t.f' -- b c2,.,„0 - ': 9¢ C -, *ATE PRf O a �G rr u' y ai0 O 'P c . AZT' COPD Ac1 7 � 41-LE kr , 15 7 t.- i _`wJd 4� i .. e 4 P CA�j 4NZ 3 > O 'S'�z. Y1- 4 is,O. co rqF O� Ii Q f. �( GG PQ ._;. 4 -• P O < R �� D .- 9l'IL �" ` `Q � F 1 t; .4 „ p' PESCADOO ��0 'or�"Syy j P o Feet 0 500 1.000 2,000 Aerial Data-March 2010 CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION Circulation Project Project Description: This project consists of installing conduit to interconnect traffic signals on various roadways using fiber optic cable or copper to complete missing links. Benefit 1 Core Value: This project improves circulation by connecting several existing and future signals to the existing traffic operations center to allow for remote monitoring and trouble shooting. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of Healthy and Livable City, A Safe and Prepared Community, and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: The first phase of installation of traffic signal interconnect equipment has been completed. Additional funding is required to complete this project. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.712 Level: II WESTERN BYPASS BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK Circulation Project Location 1 :4#41-6r.ri : ' ' * 7 ; \ 11.1111..'- IV ‘ lir _ 101 11 Or AIP 0 lk '1 \iy • 11,Tip 400 t 11111,- 1 ' ' ' .-_,-1/44,1'. ..,4.rsis 41140st i ii I f 4 • ti „'. ' •� - } k 001* P. Ilikt) 11110 , .' t -t. 0 I i 15 �•• - WESTERN 9YPASS \ ...,i 4/ 41F4 ', , , . - .. Nlik r 4 '` r - ,.. \\., 11:11/141\, ,. , ,. _ _..._ , ,- \,. .- - .... ' tV , iv- 4,., f J1- V, , . 'v •.>--sof 1 \ M titi,4.• -eelAL '.,/ Aerial Data-March 2010 U '` `_0: CITY OF TEMECULA Proposed Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2013-17 WESTERN BYPASS BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK Circulation Project Project Description: This project includes construction of a new bridge over Murrieta Creek at the future Western Bypass corridor and Temecula Parkway. It included finalizing and updating the existing bridge design, constructing the new bridge and approach roadways, curb and gutters, sidewalks, storm drain facilities, environmental studies and mitigation. The completed project will tie the southern leg of the future Western Bypass corridor and will meet the Army Corps of Engineers(ACOE) Murrieta Creek Improvement Project needs. Benefit I Core Value: This project improved traffic safety and circulation. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: The design is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2012. Construction is contingent upon the developer's participation and the appropriation of the required additional funds. Department: Public Works—Account No. 210.165.660 Level: II AGENDA REPORT ��`�' �'� , � � �--- �_ .:� TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission Y �f�° = ���3�� �„- ��89 FROM: eg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 24, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 3 Roripaugh Road Neighborhood Traffic Calming Alternatives Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer — Traffic RECOMMENDATION: 1. Direct Staff to install striping improvements, which simulate a Raised Median Entry Treatment and propose inclusion of the raised median improvements in the City's Capital Improvement Program for future consideration. 2. Direct Staff to install "VCalm" signs at various locations on Roripaugh Road to monitor and reduce vehicular speeds. 3. Direct Staff to install "fine" placards below existing 25 MPH speed limit signs on Roripaugh Road. 4. Deny the request to install multi-way stop signs on Roripaugh Road to reduce vehicular speeds. BACKGROUND: At the meeting of February 23, 2012, the Public/Traffic Safety Commission considered a request to install multi-way stop signs at various intersections along Roripaugh Road to reduce vehicular speeds and provide right-of-way control. Subsequently, the Commission directed Staff to schedule a workshop with residents of Roripaugh Hills to discuss and develop traffic calming alternatives and to bring this item back for further discussion. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process and by mail. 1 In April 2012, Staff conducted an informal workshop with residents of Roripaugh Hills. The goal of the workshop was to discuss and understand resident concerns, receive tra�c calming suggestions, and present Staff developed alternatives that could potentially address the resident's concerns. The concerns expressed by the finrenty-five (25) residents in attendance are as follows: • Cut-through traffic volumes • Speeding • Assignment of right-of-way for pedestrians crossing Roripaugh Road • Unsafe passing of slower moving vehicles 1 The mitigation measures suggested by the residents to address their concerns are as follows: • Install multi-way stop signs along Roripaugh Road to reduce vehicular speeds and volumes, assign pedestrian right-of-way, and reduce downhill vehicular speeds at Bolandra Court • Install "fine" signs below existing speed limit signs • Replace existing 25 MPH signs with larger signs • Install "VCalm" radar speed limit display sign The residents suggested the installation of multi-way stop signs to reduce vehicular speeds and assign right-of-way along Roripaugh Road. Specifically at the intersection of Bolandra Court, a multi-way stop sign was requested to reduce vehicular speeds attributed to the vertical alignment of the roadway. Staff observed traffic patterns and reviewed count data to determine if multi-way stop signs are warranted at this location. The results of the warrant analysis revealed that current conditions do not justify multi-way stop signs at Bolandra Court. As discussed, at the Commission's February 2012 meeting, conditions at intersections along Roripaugh Road do not justify the need for multi-way stop signs. The warrant analysis performed clearly indicates that "side streeY' entering vehicular and pedestrian traffic does not satisfy the minimum warrant criteria for the exclusive assignment of right-of-way that would be provided by multi-way stop signs. In so far as reducing vehicular speeds, staff can only reiterate that multi-way stop signs should not be considered a traffic calming tool for reducing vehicular speeds or volumes on any roadway and should be installed only to regulate traffic flow and improve safety. Staff does not support the use of stop signs to reduce vehicular speeds and recommends deniat of the request for multi-way stop signs on Roripaugh Road. As the Commission is aware speeding in residential areas is a common problem on nearly every roadway in the City. The City's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program was established to address concerns in a two (2) stage process, which includes Stage 1, Education and Enforcement followed by Stage 2, Roadway Features. Staff developed two (2), Stage 2 traffic calming alternatives, which may reduce vehicular speeds and provide some relief for the Roripaugh Hills residents. The two (2) striping alternatives were presented to the residents at the April workshop, with Alternative 1, Median Entry Treatment receiving acceptance by the majority of residents at the workshop. Alternative 1 is described below and shown in Exhibit "B". A Median Entry Treatment is considered less intrusive than chokers or raised medians and can provide identity to a neighborhood. An entry treatment along with striping can also be used as an effective means of reducing vehicular speeds on a roadway by narrowing the travel way at strategic locations and giving a clear message to drivers that they are now entering an area where speeds need to be controlled and to expect pedestrian activity. Under this alternative the median entry treatments will be located on Roripaugh Road at Starling Street and Bolandra Court. In order for this alternative to be effective, the travel lanes will be reduced to create a 10 foot wide travel lane in each direction, a continuous 14 foot wide painted median, and a 5 foot wide striped bike lane in each direction. In areas where on-street parking is necessary, 10 foot wide travel lanes will be maintained in each direction, along with a 5 foot wide bike lane and a 7 foot wide parking lane on both sides of the roadway. It is understood that the implementation of this alternative is not likely to reduce vehicular volumes, but will significantly reduce vehicular speeds and deter unsafe passing on Roripaugh Road. The effectiveness of reducing vehicular speeds by striping has been proven on other streets such as Seraphina Road and Santiago Road. 2 Staff recommends the installation of striping alternative 1, which simulates the raised median entry treatment. Subsequent to the Commission's direction, Staff will propose the inclusion of raised median improvements in the City's Capital Improvements Program for future consideration. Along with the striping improvements Staff recommends placement of the "VCalm" radar speed display signs at various locations on Roripaugh Road to monitor and reduce vehicular speeds, and installation of "fine" placards below the existing 25 MPH speed limit signs. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds are available for the installation of signs, striping and associated pavement markings in the Public Works Routine Street Maintenance Account. Attachment 1. Exhibit "A" — Location Map 2. Exhibit "B" — Alternative 1, Median Entry Treatment 3 EXHIBIT "A" LOCATION MAP 4 . .. . : . . .� �► ,. \I � � � � � � � p • � % . ' `r�� . l.. � — I �� '�►,.'�,�� �,�' "� � ` �,a•� � , ��''��� t ; ,.� �"c �.;;; �� ,��,, � ` ,� � �►����� � �°� � �'�- . � `.: � '` s ' ; :.� ,�, � ' V ���: . � . �� � ��►- �' ��- .:.. 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M .. � ' ' � r �"T*� , ,�. � . .- . . . � . .,��,. � . ` .�..,.,. . . . .... _:�:�. _ �1!!- - .-;�-�'_._ � . -.. . .. ...�.� .. �.. .�� � ITEM NO. 4 School Area Traffic Safety Workshop Area 5 Pauba Valley Elementary School and Tony Tobin Elementary School (County) AGENDA REPORT ���>�.. �% _= 0— _� ;�, � TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission ;; �w'a� s �� ,, .Z�°�'1� 9�� FROM: �reg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 24, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 4 School Area Traffic Safety Workshop – Area 5, Pauba Valley Elementary School and Tony Tobin Elementary School (County) Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file the report. BACKGROUND: At the meeting of September 13, 2011, the City Council directed Staff to review traffic safety at each school site within Temecula Valley Unified School �DistricYs (TVUSD) jurisdiction and conduct a workshop with all stakeholders including TVUSD administrators, school site administrators, Temecula Police Department, and parents. Staff will provide a brief presentation of school area traffic conditions at Pauba Valley Elementary School and Tony Tobin Elementary School, which is located in the County of Riverside's jurisdiction. FISCAL IMPACT: None. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S . REPORT MEMORANDUM TO: Greg Butler, Director of Public Works _ FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Supervisor\w T DATE: .. April 6, 2012 � 1989 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report - March, 2012 The following activities were performed by Public Works Department; Street Maintenance.Division in=house personriel for the month of March, 2012: - I: SIGNS. A. Total signs replaced 107 B. Total signs installed 9 C. Total signs repaired 106 D: Banners Replaced 95 II. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 40 III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total squaie feet of A. C. repairs 5;113 B. Total Tons 113.5 IV. CATCH BASINS _ A. Total catch basins cleaned 149 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D: Bowls 26 V. RIGHT=OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Tofal square foofage for righf-of-way abatement 5,600 VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A: Totallocation 44 B. Tota1 S.F: 1.989 VII. STENCILING , A. 525 New and repainted legends B. 0 L.R. of new and repainted red cur6 and striping C: 0 Bu11 Nose . D. 0 Thermal Plastic � E: 16 RPMs Installed � . � . - . - - � . � R:�MAIN'I'AIMMOACTRPT � � Also, City Maintenance staff responded to 50 . service order reques.ts ranging from weed abatement, tree trimming, sign repair, A.C. failures, litter removal, and catch basin cleanings. Tfiis is compared to 34 service order requesfs for the month of Februarv,2012. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 211.75 hours of overtime which includes standby time, special events and response to street emergencies. The total cost for Street Maintenance performed by Contcactors for the month of March, 2012 was $101,770.00 compared to $90.223.00 for the month of Februarv. 2012. AccountNo. 5402 $ ]O],770.00 Account No. 5401 $ - 0 - Account No: 999-5402 $ - 0 - Electronic. Copies: Amer Attar, Principal Engineer - Capital Improvements Mayra De La Torre; Senior Engineer - Land Development Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer - Traffic Division . . - � � . � . R:�MAINTAIN�Iv10ACTRET . STREET MAINTENANCE COIVTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for thc month of March, 2012 - - � � � . r: r �. � -_ �.>; . .: . Y �. - - r - 5 , - �; - DATE � t� 1 :� - : DESCRIPTION , � � ; TOTAL':COST : ACCOUNT� ; �? STREET/C}-IANNEL/BRIDGE4 ` ` - £ _ � `E t - . ,...... _, , .�_ � � . Aw OF WORK SI2 �. �- � � �,' ,�.�3 �_ � CONTRACTOR �'' ;: IMPERIAL'�PAYING COMPANY, ' � � �� ' � � _ } � � ; „ , . . >_ a_.. , . s .. _. . � . � a _ .' r . ' .. S:_ . : : � . .�...... ,..- ..� ....,.. �i_. 1 ' a r.. -`.� c.�-ee�'..c. R. Date: 03.09.12 GREENSBORO AT PALMETTO REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED ASPHALT # TOTAL COST $ 7,932.00 Date: 03.09.17 45557 TOURNAMENT LANE REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED ASPHALT # TOTAL COST $12,936.00 Date: 03.12.12 TOURNAMENT LANE AT BAY HILL DRIVE REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED ASPHALT # TOTAL COST • $ 12, 199.00 Date: 03.12.12 45703 MASTERS DRIVE REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED ASPHALT # TOTAL COST $16,476.00 ' -:_ _., .� ° - � - _. , > = t �' : ;. , - CONTRACTOR -. WEST COAST ARBORISTS, INC � = , :� ;-t - � s ' ...:-:: .....__ �� ._._.. . �:;_ � , ,; � _ Date: 02.29.12 CITYWIDE ANNUAL TREE TRIMMING # TOTAL COST $15,640.00 Date: 03.15.12 CITYWIDE ANNUAL TREE TRIMMING # + TQTAL COST , t„ $34,787.00 _� .-_ -w :� =. s: :: .._ ..��: u�� ri" - - - 1�r yti:.� c - s.�_ �' '� _ - - a� - -_ � . � CONTRACTOR ; .� � RENE'S COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT _ � � � :,y = :�. �. - �, - ,. 4 � � Date: 03.09. ] 2 OLD TOWN MISCELLANEOUS TRASH & DEBRIS CLEAN-UP FROM ROD RUN # . TOTAL COST $ 1,800.00 Date: # _ . TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 - 0 - TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $901,770:00 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 . - 0 - � .- � � . . � � . R:Uv1AINTA7MMOACTRPT � DEPARTMENT.OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted: Aprii s, 20�2 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted By: Greg Butler STREET MAINTENANCE Prepared By: Rodney Tidwell ;:i7;;., ::::,�:, FISCAL YEAR 2011 - 2012 .,:..�:,�::; ' ; �,.:i :.. 3rd QUARfi�R: :. :' `: :.::.; :. :. : v ;; . _ . .. r f .,� ' ` TOTAL COST EOR TOTAL C ST F R � WORK • : 'WORK , ; f WORK COMPLETED .. COST FOR FEB COMPLETED � COST'FOR FEB.: r COMPLETED j �`COST FOR �. 'THIS FISCAL '' LAST FI3CAL `" - _ . SCOPE OF:WORK� . . ` JAN: '12 ' r12: ' ; FEB.''12 _ . '12 -. �i 4 12' , , ;MARCH 1'2�„ �: .' YEAR. YEAR � � . �� �r y , ., •r� y �. ' "� d - r� d �-: , r � : s > . . � . . ��2 K �'^ �;fti T � f� � . . � . . � ; ASPHALT AC I f 7 a� f , d .� � E ' Square.Footage: 4,287 $12;732.39 0 $5,583,60 � ` , _ �',, 5 11`3 � , ,, 185:61 � $91,131.48 $95,917.63 Tons: 91 43 i r �' , 114 n ,_� ��',, '; . , $0.00 $0.00 y u � � . . � . . . � . . ' . ,S } i 1 .'t'� .f. "F F' '•�Z1`' ' � ' SIDEWAtK CUR6 8 GUTTER REPAIR 4 -: Square.Footage: 0 $0.00 0 $0:00 ` �; 4 ^ �'� �' ` , �� ' � � � PCC Yards: p � z � :� � : �,0 $0:00: $0.00 $0:00: $0.00 0 $0.00 � �, - ,; � t 0 + l � ` , , $0:00' $0.00. $0:00. � , . . C .�4,�� 4 7c v_'d�� a . r� � ;y.ifi•ra . . STRIPING LINEAR FEET: � ' . S e �i c r t 7 � ` :'i� Y� t n� .-� ., . 0 $0.00 0 $0:00 � s i � r ° `0 ' :. � �$0: $545.65 $6,242.18 . IN-HOUSE PAINTING LEGENDS: `� �,�� g �-,t �,��, �; + � :.� 4,, , i � 4 ?+ 144 $1;952.00 358 $2;864.00 !!> �..', ff ; ',J 525� � ����.{$�4,200:00� $24,048.00 $27,488.00 SIGNS REPLACED . � •� � � + 3 - � Nr� � ,�� � t ��, �ux �,� � M � � Material: 27 $1,350.00 93 $4,650.00 �� �� � � t �� �107��,�` 1 '�',�&r; 4 $5 350�00'' $33,450.00 $41;500.00 Labor: 0 5712.53 $2,454.27.� i��={ �,� , v���"�� r � �$282373�, $17,654.91 $21;903.37 � �r��,�yt '� �f��,�?���k'�i+ Uy ' . . ;. i . . .�, ...��A. ,e . � .. i e m, . l.*�.. ., tt.: SIGNS INSTALCED � � �r ` f , °N'-� " �� b � �� � � 4 ' Material: 0 $0.00 5 5250.00 �� t �8, �+, ,� a rF �, 2 .,,� F y , �< � , 9 $450 00 . $9,400.00 $5,100.00 Cabor: 0 $0.00 $131:95 �""� a �i � �wx� � � � k � x� w�� ' ; $237"51', $4;961:32 $2;691 J8 . � � a � n ��, � , � .. r.._��.'I.,�r/ �.i'?MM� S li. � y.�..4.r°'..x.'±k.a..u�"n...�a� SIGN3REPAIRED.. � ,� r w �fl �; :�� : � F �` �: yY. . Material: 74 $3,700:00 749 $7,450.00 n a a$'�� s` 106� + $29,250:00 $39,486.50 Labor: $1,952:86 $3,932.11 � ' � u � f , � $2 797 34;r; $23,988.51 $15,965.95 . . . . . . �y c . # Ata r h. b ph k ,.r:a i ..a.�,sx Ma . . . . . GRAFFITI j r C rr �,v �,� i«r y r�. Y- �Squar@FoOtag@: 4,847 1,880 .{ ��'�" . ;� 1989' � `'�"`'�, � ' �� a�� � � y , n , > �, . . . � .Iy'�r.l..�"�{v..�f"A�..J/F . 1 1.j ,9 .-(t•. . . . . � . . . . DRAINAGE CHANNELS CLEANED (: 1 Y A� �, ?� =� '} � , :� <; Basins: 143 $3,773.77 238 $6,280.82 �i� , .� r �17,5 � � $4,618:25,�� $50,035:46 $69,854.33 Channels: 1 $0.00 1 $17,500:00 y r ; � M ., � f , * �°r '"g0 00�= $82,650.00 $177,505.50 . , . �. M ° u �' ` °',;�. IN-HOUSE TREES TRIMMED: � � " � , , : � 3 ,. ,� z " � 119 $3,140.41 310 $8,180.90 t �`� �40 _i.: �$1,055y60°� $23;830.17 : $26;812.24 SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS: ; T t;; ,�, y � �', p Y-'; 1 j 51 34 � ,'.�. . "<.� . ,��;50�w , �3_: _: �' AFTER HOURS CALL OUTS: - °r��� , ,� y �u � '� �. . 56 $2,197.24 35 $1,385.65 �° , �'�" �. 21:2 , '':;: $8,383:18 $42,084.17 $48,200.99 R.O.W. WEED ABATEMENT: ( '°" ` ' �^ x " "; "� . . . ,'^ R � Q: i '.. 0 8,400 $285.60 ;. � " :, i ', :•5;600 i.' , " �$190'40� $2,055.44 $2;332.84. y:� i� ' , ��M <t ." ; , '.;,, .. T.OTALS $31,511:20 $60,948.90 f'� 'Y,.�,.`',.'a, ,, �.:;$50;591�:62'. $435,085.11 $581,007.31 - R:\MAINTAIN\MOACTRPTISTREETMAINIIJAN.FEB.MAR.\07-08 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS MAINTENANCE WORK COMRLETED Date Submitted: os-npr-tz FISCAL YEAR 2011, = 2012 Submitted By: cREC euT�eR SECO.WD HAL � �' �I — Prepared By: RODNEY TIDWELL �, ' . , .: :, t �a�� a,,'�"���f � .: , ; _ W ' ;'; .,�CONTRACTORS '� "„`' . JANUARY�r -: FEBRUARY: � MARCH�����,� APRIL ,• MAY JUNE 2ND HALF TOTAL YEAR=TO=DATE'. . _ ��, � ,� �" �'" y� „$���,�'�� w r4 � `r'�c „� ,+�+�� S�'��` . . . . � � ��,� i��� �,��j � a.... � . � � � � . � , . Asphalt Square:Feet 0 0 ,� �, �,� ���>Q 0 0 Concrete Square Feet 0 0 �� ����`"�°���� �° '_ �"0 � 0 0 �` sr � r � D�ainage Channels 0 1 !����, ;*���,�� `���� pa 1 1. � � h��3�;-� � TO?AL COSTS' $0.00 $17,500:00 ��:,,;,:�.$49;543 00;:� $67;043.00 $171 CONTRACT STRIPING � `� ��� �x�° � w� ,w � c 'r ��3�' "sl��"k"�"' �' StripingLinearFeet 0 0 ��-��,zn��y=�^`,x�`aj�;0 0 p Sandblasting Linear Feet 0 0 ��� ���?,�`�� ���sa�0 p p TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $0.00 � �'��`„}��'�{u�„��$0 00'� $0:00 $0.00 . ' _ , . ' � ,�+e '3 r�.�. '4 ' afilf{ �. , - . . . . � . M,,. 1C*4 �^ , t4�. TREE CONTRACTORS, �r�'�� �,,� ���r � ��t �� � � �, n ���, Trees Trimmed 611 1,090 � �"�"� � �' " �' , �,a�+,� � ,�1 055 2,756 2,756 Trees, RemoVed 6 11 ���+�:�t��� y ��s'`� r�`7 24 24 �.� �� �� � �� TOTAL COSTS $32;102.00 $55;446.00. �.r t��$50 427 00� 137 9Z5:00 1 7 97 . $ $3, 500 �T.�� e t^V� , . . . . . . . . . � . . . . . . . �. . ���� �� �E� � u � . � . . . . . . . . R.O.W. SPRAYING �� � ���.�� �;. s �� + x �� S.quare: Feet 520;000: �»�,�,;,!���,�`��`,�.r���fi�.? �� 520,000 520,000 TOTAL COSTS $28,725.00 $16,800.00 $1;800.00 $4Z,325.00 $105,833:00 . . . . . � . . . . � , . . . � �M'� r � . . . . . . . . . . . � . . ' . . � . t �}3 � S���k��µ� , CITY. MAINTENANCE CREW ��� �t"��E� `+� �` � �i $anners 94 80 ��* �• �, � �'���; �95 269 . 854 Signs Replaced 27 93 � TM�'���� � S 107, 227 671 r Signs Installed 0 5 �� ,��z�3 t ��, r ,�� �9 14 968 Signs Repaired 74 149 ��` �wa �'�`106�. 329 909 Catcli.Basins Cleaned 143. 238 �� ��.��'�= �175�� 556 1,896 Trees Trimmed 119 310 �� ����;'��,�"� '� ^`"�"''40 469 :. 1,087 R.O.W. Weed Abatement 0 8;400 ��S ;,"'�`�a'�`��5"600�. 14,000 59,660 New & Repainted Legends 244 358 ������� r�'�"��`"525� 1;127 2,915 � � �• � ���� 4 After Hours Call Outs 56 35 �` ai���� .�''� Y��Y212 303 1,064 . . . . . . . . �,ar b+ J� w h4 YL',� r � . . Service Order Requests . 51 34 „��N�"� . 135 483 Graffiti:Removal = S Ff 4;847 1;922 1,989 8,758 30,391 � y ' �LRaA fi+lv'� � ` + .c}�, TOTAL COSTS $25;858.34 - $43,448.85 `� ,. ���,$50�591�62 � $119,898.81 $ . 604,826:67. � � . - R:YrWNTNNNqAGftPM411NT.WqtKCOMPLETE�IJAN.TOJUNE CITY OF TEMECULA 2012 GRAFFITI RETVIOVAL 51000 -------____.__`_-w____------.____._.—._.________�._�__ ,. _ -------- 49000 - 47000 _ - 45000 - 43000 _ 41000 _ . SOUARE F.00TAGE TOTAL CALLS 39000 _ 37000 35000 - January 4,847 January 1.17 33000 - 31000 - February 1 Februa 61 29000 _ ry 27000 25000 - March 1;989 March 44 23000 - 21000 _ 19000 - April April 17000 - 15000 ` = MaY May 13000 _ 11000 9000 - June June 7000 - 5000 - JuIY July 3000 � ;� - 1000 - August August JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DE�� September September � $ FT October October Totals for the Year Novem6er November To Date: April 1, 2012 December December . Sq. Foot 8,758 Calls 222 _ MEMORANDUM . TO: ' Greg Butler, Director of Public Works FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Supervisor �� DATE: May 7, 2012 . � 1989 SllBJECT: Monthly Activity Report - April, 2012 The following activities were performed by Public Works Department, Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of Apri1, 2012: I. SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 78 B. Total signs installed 8 C: Total signs repaired 40 D. Banners Replaced 0 IL TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns l00 III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A: Total sguare feet of A. C. repairs 5,740 B. Total Tons 131.5 IV. CATCH BASINS A: Total catch basins cleaned 153 B. Dowri Spouts . 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D. Bowls 31 V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Tofal §quare footage for right-of-way abatement 4.400 . VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL . A. Totallocations 112 B. Tota] S.F. . 4,306 VII. STENCILING A. 767 New and repainted legends B. 235 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 0 RPMs Installed � � . � � � � . � R:UNAINTAIN�MOACTRPT Also, City Maintenance staff responded to 57 service order requests ranging from weed abatement, tree trimming, sign repair, A. C. failures, litter removal, and catcli basin cleanings. This is compared to 50 service order re9uests for the month of March, 2012. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 66.5 hours of overtime which includes standby time, special events and response to streef emergencies. The total cost for Street Maintenance performed by Gontractors For the month of A�ril, 2012 was $251,t6735 compared to $101,770.OQfor the month of March, 2012. Account No: 5402 $ 53;028:00 Account No. 5401 $ 49,193.75 Account No. 999-5402 $148,945.60 Electronic Copies: Amer Attar, Principal Engineer - Capital Improvements , Mayra De La Torre, Senior Engineer - Land DeveloPment Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Erigineer - Traffic Division. . . � � . . . � - . . . . . . . . . . . - - � � . � . - . - - � � R:VvtAINTAIMMOACTRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS MAINTENANCE WORK COMPCETED Date Submitted: o�-nnay-�z .� FISCAL YEAR 2011 - 2012 . Submitted.By: GREG BUTLER SEGON ,HALF I � i Prepared By: RODNEY TIDWELL, - �. � ��,�; t }�� 3� r,"�`t CONTRACTORS''. . : JANUARY: ' .. FEBRUARY ' MARCH �+ ' �APRIL'� ' �,a � �� , MAY � JUNE : 2ND HALF TOTAL : YEAR-TO-DATE . . . __. .. . , .. ! rw � M h , .. k,:.i..f + 4( . yl J . � - � h h�� u L r M� � 1 T � 1 '� 1 1 . ).? Q J q�_ r "3 Asphalt Square Feet 0 0 0� y ,�s �,t , .Q.� 0 0 Concrete Square Feet 0 0 0` ',° 3 0� 0 0 Drainage Channels 0 1 0 V: �} i�,'ti'�''� ��f3e 4 4 TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $17,500.00 $49,543 00 � �°, $49 ,1'93 75,� $116,236.75 $221,182.75 . . � �'^.'� k ��� 3.. � . CONTRACT STRIPING � � ' � r ` ` t , � � �:; Striping Linear Feet 0. 0. 0 � �� a+ ' # ' ' ` 0 p p Sandblasting Linear Feet 0 0 0`"' f r h F �:`'Y '� Q 0 0 TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $0:00 $0 00 r���.' �$148;945 60�� $148,945.60 $148,945.60 . . . . . . . . . . � � .�' � ..� M f � ;.�� � � ' TREE CONTRACTORS �` ` " � . . . . . . . . . . . ��+F? � � r' r 2 ��-�� . . . . . . . . w Trees Trimmed 611 1,090 1 055 ��� ; 1 123� 3,879 3,879 Af e"r � �. TreesRemoved 6 11 7;_�•r ;, �,, .2 26 26 . � Y , TOTAL.COSTS $32,102.00 $55,446.00 $50;42700 � �'��`,.$53;02800 i $191,003.00 $191,003.00 . . � . ` C,� � _�.7 r F . p ' . � R:O.W: SPRAYING ,� ' � � � '�� �.� ,� , wi � Square Fe.et 520,000 } ;:� r i j ���� ± 520,000 520 ,� TOTAL COSTS $28,725.00 $16,800.00 $1;800.00 I ,? SX 5 "'; , x ' 01 $47,325.00 $105,833.00 MI' . �i t t..1' . . . . . � y: J ir t i� . . CITY MAINTENANCE CREW � `�.+ � ��. Banners 94 80 95 ��` ��� � Y �p' 269 854 Signs Replaced 27 93 107 �; x r' , 78� 305 749 Signs Installed 0 5. 9 z �,� � y ''��N'"�,`� '' N �� 8� 22 976 Signs Repaired 74 149 106 !f „��� f- �r� � r40 369 949 Catch Basins Cleaned 143 238 175 '�r °,� ���;4 t184� 740 2,080 Trees Trimmed 119 310 40 ���,� �" �s`' ` 100 � 569 1,187 R:O.W. Weed Abatement 0 8,400 5 600 ��� ��'+� `4 � 18,400 . 64;060 New & Repainted Legends 244 358 525 `�'�`�'`t „� ��' "y767; 1,894 3,682 �After Hours Call Outs � 56 �. 35 � 212 ����';�ff� ����'�,��'�' ���67��' � 370 1,131 Service Order Requests 51 34 50 �'��:„,�i �~� s ,'���� Y57� 192 540 Graffiti Removal - S Ft 4,847 1,922 1 989 ��.�:'� ,� ;;:4,306 13,064 34,697 � � � � � - �Z�i�rt �c �w�� a �����. . . . ��' .' � � ' $163,001.30 $ 647,929.16 TOTAL COSTS $25,858.34 $43,448.85 $50,591 62 , .;. � $43 ,1,02 49'.':� ' , � , , � R;NWNTNNNIOACRPIUI�INT,WOitKCOMPLETEDIJAN,TOJUNE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted'. May s; 2oi2 MONTHLY AC7IVITY REPORT Submitted By: Greg Butler STREET MAINTENANCE Prepared By: RodneyTidwell ,,,,,,;,;,;;;; ; �:, . FISCAL YEAR 2011 - 2012 �,�M � /��� . , � �„ i ,, �^^ a `�^f"���WORK�, ;�' a!z�,��r'� p��,��. WORK ; �: WORK' , TOTAt COSTfOR. TOTAG CQST.FOR r�' r �} � r�, ���COMPLETED ��eCOST;,F,OR�APR;,; COMPLETED� COST FOR MAY '` COMPLETED COST FOR JUNE, THIS FISCAC: LAST FISCAL L, �- .. � .,a r,.n> ,.., -� `^ �S"' ��' ..lm�. � � � a °wd ,, ' . . , . . � .. , . . 3APR ,��12, � �� �'s,_,.a;12 , �r � ` , MAY, 12 :..; . : ^' 12 '_ ' . , �.JUNE^12 . ; . 12: : '_ . ' ;YEAR. . : Y.EAR � �. � �, � : �:SCOPE.OF: WORK . �.:° t.m. � �' �, !S � �,� . . � , . �� 11� k'���M �'Y I�.A�^ViY� {Y ��� �; �-� � . � . ' . � . . - . . . . � �N4 ' ' . , . . . . . . . . � . ev d �i�� a p'� `�' s ��� fi��ri r �� � . . , . ., .� . � . � ����,h��.P+{�aa � C4 iv' dY i,�7 . . � . . - . . . . � � . . , � . �)t�' �'�E� ���� y r x� x��'�*a`"�! ��b �. ' . . � � . . � . . . ASPHALT AC 1x ��.Y �. r„ b �s"s1 i'� �' r �t� f d 5 n 4;6 �}� � � rr�t yF��i t�s r 3��'�,. q� � i4 �4 � � � � Square Foota9e ��,l ��,,�r,5 740r� „a r a 4,s$17,047 80 �. $108,179.28 $95,917:63 Tons � � a�«`!?��ti 3132�;�;�a� ,� `t{'� SO 00 $0.00 $0.00 k �, s r�} 1£, y, �r� �^ s t �� r � . . _ . . . 4u _ �n,� - r �iU�, _ o ��,. .1� ,i��:��_ � � . . � SIDEWALK'CURB & GUTTERREPAIR '� � a T� Kt��,p ��'' �y t��•�' pt'a Square Footage �';c� d�, �� "� ` x ��a�*�"�" � i c,��� �,.SO` 50.00 PCC Yards �;��+ ','�" s �„ 0 r'� r a� { r SO 00! (� 5 l�`4 e.� �� p� ��.�.a kt.,.�. I �'� VO.�� 'V�.�O . r` f. 9 �%ti'if ? ,.'4.�. N} r :ti�.�� . . . . STRiPING LINEAR FEET: . � � t ' ��� �s� � �� h '�1 "'r, �' ' i?:..�t. � '�� s!.�r�' r �..��'t,� `" _$16 45:� IN-HOUSE PAINTING LEGENDS: i r"��' , i , 4r��x � d�`; ,�� 5562.10 $6;242.18 ��� � h �t � � � � � ,,`?�"° ?:.� ,767p,;''3� .?,.,.`�56,136.00;� 530;184.00 527,488.00 SIGNS REPLACED k,ry �; ��� t tg� ,�e t^'c F'` Matenal �,, �' ,r � � 78 ;�'x �,� ,S3 900�00,�� $37,350.00 $41,500.00 Labor �u �� f <, t �; u"�'��`;�, Y � 52,058 $19,713.33 $21,903.37 �;� � M.T, �„ . ,_°. } �- -� ? � 1 s� SIGNS INSTALLED � �+ . �, ,� � �� °u� � t ;"�� ' ;� Mater�al �� ° t� �8n�, '`�'� r `� 5400 OO�I 59,800.00 L8b0� �'., i� tPi� �� � ` r �, 'a u$211 12i� 55,100.00 ��_ r s - " ! i�r:� r- '' ti• � . $5,172.44 $2,691.78 . . . �`'x �i 4:�.. . �.�. .1.�'tg.....:�.:.� - . . � . SIGNS REPAIRED P; Y�3.^,au,,,, x.� ��+ • d�" p,;,�'i�'` �•, -, Material � '� � ���, �.�40' a ��3, � $2,000 00� $31;250.00 $39;486.50 Labor.�,� ,� `�" � � t `��r °,� 1 $1 05560 525,044.11 515,965.95 . - . . . . y � +.f + � �.j . r y v }.ri z � . � . . . . � . . � � . . �' � � Y` i_ �. .•-r ra� `? 1'�,rJ.� A, � �.'.r+!' '� �.:y,:,_ - - � � . . � . � GRAFFITI : r�� ���� � �� �,� a,,,,� ti �.,,,� . Square Foota9e ��„f.� �" �,�� • � ` ' w • � ° "� ( , � _{. r �� � r � ct .� � +.�, a.- r � � �`:? rv� K� DRAINAGE CHANNELS CLEANED �t,t5 ,{ � x��� � r��� p � 4 Basins• ",-; � � �` ; ;, 184 =; F'� �' S4 855 76: . � O�rt4 � '� $000� 554,891.22 $69,854:33 Channeis �y, "',Mr�,�� r+." «.., l ��a b n t 382,650.00 5177,505.50 ^"� ,.,��s a,'� �, �- IN-HOUSE TREES TRIMMED: F"s� ii, ;<< f a� w :r�q� z y,�;..<�� �.; �:' ,�..�� �,., , .�r100� � „.,. 52,639 00� � b26,469.17 526;8'12:24 � � SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS`. � � � � � � �: � � � '' � � � s r , a „ ,u w �'' , �° ra, ,57.. t.`: H s � �,s � ��} AFTER HOURS CALL OUTS: �';�� r "�� � ��` "'"� � �� " d �� �j?� �`�5 "..,.,, °.�67,'��;� f'r�: b2 632.74� 544,716.91 548,200.99 R.O.W. WEED ABATEMENT: �;'" �,�,°� � "" �'� `� _ ,� � � �,�.w,;,�' 4,400.';y�`�, ,',''.�574960;f 52,205.04 52,332.84 . .. � . � .. . ("� i��'S�W�.���� f j �''� t J'!�:;' � �1 . . . . . � . TOTALS �; �'_;,, `;� '� s� �" � �: . 4543,102 49;� 5478,187.60 5581,001.31 - R:\MAINTAIMMOACTRPl1STREETMAINMPRIL. MAY; JUNE. STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contracfors have performed the following projects for the month of April, 2012 � - z, � �-_ _ • ;- - ;' � �� � �: .. - n DATE �-� ` ; ' DESCRIPTIQN - � TOTAI:4COST -� ;x ' - - •.-`: -, -.'_ .u.:: ;• _ _ _ �, , . ... -,; . . -_ ACCOUNT '- , ,'., STREET/CHANNEIi/BRIDGE : ' .-, OF V1'ORK �:>- ,- r� S � ;t:. .. .:- . ,.: _. _ . . .. ,... „ � .. , . - _ � .:; � �.; = -___._�_ _. .._ .,�_ .. _� _ ._ _ .._... �. � ._. ..,- _.::_: ., .. .,_.. ..._.�. • IZE . . � '. _ . -:+ f - . ; 3 . A �.' T F '-. . } r * 3 _ x s ' � � , ' . . l CONTRACTOR _ � WEST COAST�ARBORISTS, INC _ �, ' � � # � � . _ .�, _ . - � �- -.._,.. �� .� , . - � � .-.... ; , >; . __- 2. �., . ,. . __ • �' _ .. . _ _ . „ , , ___. ..._ � .. �. .. .. ; �._ >_. ,� . , _._,. _e Date: 03.15.12 CITYWIDE ANNUAL TREE TR[MMING # 5402 TOTAL COST $ 34,787.00 Date: 03.31. ] 2 CITYWIDE ANNUAL TREE TRIMMING # 5402 TOTAL COST $ 12,410.00 Date: 04.15.12 CITYWIDE - ANNUAL TREE TRIMMING # 5402 TOTAL COST $ . 5,831.00. : .. i :.« ��t , � �,� � � : �_ t...:.r« .. -- � . ' ., s �-.- L ,� . s' - � �` 5�r }� - ` .�,_ 5 � : . . CONTRACTOR . ' =BECKER CONSTRLICTION�INC °� � � � � �� - � � T -� ` � � ,.. ,.- -:� l...s_��;k: ., �� . { -,..� -.>� ...�- ...1'`, �s . ° - t `T �� � � z � Y_. ' d -,� , Date: 04.03.12 EMPIRE CREEK "OUTLET" RE1410VE AND REPLACE GALVANIZED GATES # 5401 TOTAL COST $ 6,445.00 Date; 04.24.12 PAUBA ROAD RETENTION POND REMOVE ALL SEDIMENT; RE-COMPACT EXISTING # 5401 . GRADES TOTAL COST $ 4,780:00 � � , d .. � .�hr - - 'f "'� _":� � t�-� ?�. � .0 s a. �t} � � r.' J �,Y - °�. r ,.� � � , :� ,, �,,� i ,� q "�- q .� n .� ..., �- b*s� ,, �-_ � -. ��CONTRACTOR � �5 � �,#PACIFIC STRIPING INC � k ' � Ft = ` �e a ; '�'� � �'-� � ;�, �._ `� „ � � :s::.� �=��-.� ,��. a � rn < �: k .�,- Date: 04.06.12 CITYWIDE ANNUAL STRIPING #99-5402 : � , ��: .�=� �.� �� ��' $148 4 TOTAL COST "; � � ;° � � � . ,945.60 „�.�-� __,:__ � . �__�.,,�. :�:, �' . .r :-� �' :q . ti � ..;E�� a � - f �r�'" ti d .:., ' �j � :� �i' 1 S �., �� �; ���� �-' .n . � E ,�.�-.-:N ti CO�NTRACTOR ��i ": RYA1V �MONTELEONE EXCAYATIO]V � + ` � � : - ° � '�'' w`- � _ � � : - --;- .a,s .,.: ° c .�:`-=--�- .. � .,.'....t_ .. ,.-. -::� _, s�. -.. . . . _. �^ e a�T •• <,. h� _ � _ . c;: e. a �" ..� : < a �:�.c �>.v � a,r. . � � - � � � � � Date: 04.04.1.2 VIA LOBO CHANNEG REMOVE ALL SEDIMENT AND DEBRIS FROM CHANNEL # 5401 TOTAL COST $ 37,968.75 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #540] $ 49,193.75 . TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $ 53;028.00 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 $148,945.60. � � . R:VvfAINTAIMMOACTRPT � CITY OF TEMECULA 2012 GRAFFITI REMOVAL - 51000 49000 _ 47000 - . 45000 - � 43000� . _ 41000 _ SOUARE FOOTAGE TOTAL CALLS 39000 - 37000 - 35000 - January . 4,847 7anuary 117 33000 _ 31000 - February 1;922 Febru 61 29000 _ � 27000 25000 _ March 1;989 March 44 23000 - 21000 - 19000 - ApriT 4;306 April 112 1.7000 - 15000 - May .. Ma 13000 - 11000 - June 9000 - June 7000 5000 - JuIY July 3000 _ 1000 August . Au st JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY. AUG SEPT OCT . NOV DE�� � September September � �Q FT October October Totals for the Year November. To Date: May 1, 2012 November December. December. Sq: Foot 13,064 : Calls 334 POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT —RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 0 . . SOUTHWEST STATION V CRIME ANALYSIS UNIT To: Capt. O'Harra Lt. Negron Sgt. Leggett Cc: Sgt. Lee Sgt. McDonald Fm: Marianna Davis, Crime Analyst Date: April 3, 2012 Re: Part 1 Crime for the City of Temecula March 1 — 31 2012 In response to your request to provide information in regards to Part 1 Crimes for the above time frame, I found the following: Part 1 Calls for Service: 310 CRIME Total Homicide 0 Aggravated Assault 37 Arson_ 1 Burglary _ 61 Larceny/Theft* 174 Rape 1 Robbery 6 Veh Theft 30 Grand Total 310 UCR combines vehicle burglaries into Larceny Theft category. This information includes vehicle burglaries in that category. Data was obtained using Data warehouse. If you need any additional assistance in regards to this request, please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks. - March, 2012 Citations Totals Total Hazardous Citations 1135 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 309 Parking Citations � 237 Total Citations 1681 Citation Breakdown S. L.A. P. 222 N.E.T. Citations 38 SchoolZones 158 Seatbelt Citations 46 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions Non-Injury 22 Hit and Run 15 Injury 26 Fatal 1 Total 64 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D. U.1. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 32 Cell Phone Cites Total cell phone cites 93 (23123 & 23124 CVC) , Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints / Click it or Ticket Operations 1) DUI Checkpoint - OTS Funded Commission Members April 26, 2012 City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ref: PubliclTraffic Safety Commission Traffic Division Activities/Events Dear Commission Members; Below please find the Traffic Division activities for the month of March, 2012. These activities include the following: • Citation statistics (attachment) • Community Action Patrol supported call-outs: None. • Community Action Patrol activity / patrol hours: 1122 hours for March, 2012. Year-to-date total, 3005 hours. ""Included for March were 20 patrols with 32 CAP members participating, coupled with security monitoring / patrols at Promenade Mall, 6 nights, 2 CAP members participating** • Special Events for March, 2012: March 1, 2012, Lt. Dan Band Event. March 8— 9, 2012, Rod Run March 16 —18, 2012, Bluegrass Festival. March 24, 2012, DUI Checkpoint. March 31, 2012, DUI Warrant Sweep. • Radar Trailer Deployments: February 29 — March 5, 2017— Redhawk Pkwy. @ Via Saltio — 33,443 vehicles. March 5— 7, 2012 — Redhawk Pkwy. @ Carmargo —10,591 vehicles. . March 7-12, 2012 — Pauba Rd. @ Calle Cedral — 22,074 vehicles. March 12 —14, 2012 — Rancho Cal elof Tee —15,676 vehicles. March 19 - 21, 2012 - Winchester @ Rustic Glen —19,761 vehicles. March 21 — 26, 2012 — Rustic Glen @ Rainbow Creek — 4,944 vehicles. If you have any questions regarding this package, please do not hesitate to call me at the Temecula Police Department -(951) 696- 3042 Sincerely, Sergeant Mark Leggett Temecula Police Department Traffic Division � p \ •I�```` , ` ' L I � ` � ' � p = L I ;.� 'r „ ' t � /; � O U . �+ j, ; � % L ` � � s r a:.i � `"='ea�',:• ; 4 � A , . � O , • � ` 1 ! 4 � I � � � � /� " � ; � � i � �w` � - � �� . r / � S� � � 1 � ��\ W ` ' . �1 ._ • .� � � V/ � _ o j� `'�F % • � _ � � Z _ , !1� � '� � - - - . _ ;� ■ � � Y '� � . � - f � }+ � � �. , , .� � I , � � '� � . - w� � _ , �� � , r .� � � � , � - „ � Q �i � \, � , , ' ' ` ��. � '`�_ 4� �� � �. �.:. - _ - � �, � - , 7�� �, iiii � �� , � _� � L ,�', . � � �e � � i � �� - V Q .,. . � � � �� --- �'' ' .. I I�� ^ • ✓ l � .��� � � i , _ , ,� � _ � , - ', � �� � , I _ �- `� . �j � � . _ _ _. . � \ .� ,I ' �� C .� � _ � � �� -w:. This report shows the average response times and calls for service for priority calls 1(and 1A), 2, 3, and 4. It includes the station's unincorporated area and contract city as well as the station as a whole. The average response ,times were found by taking the total response time (in minutes) between the received time and the deputy's arrival time, adding this number together for all calls for service and dividing it by the total number of calls for service. Priority 1 and 1A calls were combined together to achieve one average. This was accomplished by adding the response times for Priority 1 and the response times for Priority 1A together, and dividing it by the total number of calls for service for Priority 1 and 1A combined. Definition of Priority Calls If the call for service involves more than one crime, the call type with the highest priority shall be used. PRIORITY 1 CALLS: Involve circumstances that pose, or did pose in the immediate past, a clearly defined threat to human life or property and which involve a high level of violence or which have the potential for serious injury. These calls shall be entered by the PSCO within 60 seconds (1 minute) of receipt. The PSCO shall keep the reporting party on the line in circumstances where officer safety is a concern or when doing so may assist the officer in apprehending the suspect(s). PRIORITY 1A CALLS: Involve circumstances that pose, or did pose in the immediate past, a clearly defined threat to human life or property. These calls shall be entered by the PSCO within 60 seconds (1 minute) of receipt. The PSCO shall keep the reporting party on the line in circumstances where officer safety is a concern or when doing so may assist the officer in apprehending the suspect(s). PRIORITY 2 CALLS: Involve circumstances of an urgent but not life threatening nature. They are generally disturbances with a potential for violence, minor assaults and batteries, unknown or suspicious circumstances, and certain thefts. These calls shall be entered within 120 seconds (2 minutes) of receipt by the PSCO. PRIORITY 3 CALLS: Involve circumstances which are neither urgent nor life threatening. Many of these calls are simple disturbances of the peace. April 3, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 2 of 5 Southwest Station Average Response Times and Calls for Service Total Yearly Average .. � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Average Response 5.19 5.23 5.54 6.43 5.62 6.51 4.60 5.77 5.81 5.44 5.31 5.39 5.89 Priority 1 Calls for Service 57 46 55 39 44 49 40 48 51 55 628 602 152 Average Response 12.45 12.10 11.84 12.71 11.80 10.55 11.10 12.86 11.16 10.91 11.25 11.73 11.41 Priority 2 Calls for Service 1,001 851 1,056 1,018 983 905 894 883 1,040 977 12,222 11,804 2,765 Temecula Average Response 25.33 22.56 22.64 22.48 24.33 21.86 20.68 23.08 23.50 21.84 21.46 23.12 22.21 Police Dept Priority 3 Calls for Service 845 813 915 848 816 810 783 765 866 1,067 10,843 10,597 2,642 Average Response 40.60 37.21 34.32 35.51 34.34 32.63 30.73 35.85 31.21 31.64 31.88 33.62 33.28 Priority 4 CaHs for Service 535 597 590 573 585 539 524 486 595 549 7,831 7,628 1,574 P�i.1-4 Total Average Response 22.92 22.15 20.56 21.23 21.33 19.61 18.92 21.41 19.91 19.50 19.77 21.00 20.12 Pri. 1-4 Total Calls for Service 2,438 2,307 2,616 2,478 2,428 2,303 2,241 2,182 2,552 2,648 31,524 30,631 7,133 ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Temecula Police Dept Average Response Times Temecula Police Dept. November to March November to March 1200 45 40 1000 � � 35 t� 'Z aoo d so v� c � O 25 � 600 v�i � � 20 m � � 400 e��6 15 O � � Q 10 200 - 5 ` ^ ,ti - p 0 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 April 3, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 3 of 5 � Southwest Station Average Response Times and Calls for Service Total Yearly Average .• � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Average Response 7.68 7.53 7.31 6.95 9.23 14.98 7.91 9.45 9.46 9.12 7.90 7.94 10.94 Priority 7 Calls for Service 14 12 12 16 8 16 16 24 14 16 169 180 56 Average Response 18.69 15.50 17.55 16.10 17.08 15.59 14.12 14.95 15.34 15.78 16.39 15.38 15.46 Priority 2 Calls for Service 331 261 310 327 283 324 256 268 308 312 3,764 3,715 904 Southwest Average Response 29.50 22.82 29.64 23.83 28.58 26.72 23.91 35.74 22.47 28.95 26.83 25.31 30.32 Unincorp. Priority 3 Calls for Service 232 263 258 247 263 284 256 259 274 281 3,344 3,386 824 Average Response 36.44 30.07 45.17 29.60 32.04 29.20 26.88 47.10 26.34 39.50 32.85 29.76 37.90 Priority 4 Calls for Service 130 157 173 135 126 176 113 134 167 187 2,174 2,122 497 Pri.1-4 Total Average Response 25.28 21.44 27.87 21.05 24.21 22.52 20.12 28.91 20.20 25.87 23.72 22.06 25.61 PH. 1-4 Total Calls for Service 707 693 753 725 680 800 641 685 763 796 9,451 9,403 2,281 ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Southwest Unincorp. Average Response Times Southwest Unincorp. November to March November to March 350 50 300 d 40 v 250 � � d � 200 0 30 O Q- �r y N � � 150 20 U p� .� � � 100 � ~ a 10 - ' 50 Y. I u i ,y �I I Q I � 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 April 3, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 4 of 5 Southwest Station Average Response Times and Calls for Service Totai Yearly Average .• � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � `ti�� Average Response 5.68 5.70 5.86 6.59 6.18 8.59 5.54 7.00 6.60 6.27 5.86 5.98 7.25 Priority 1 Calls for Service 71 58 67 55 52 65 56 72 65 71 797 782 208 Average Response 14.00 12.90 13.13 13.53 12.98 11.88 11.78 13.34 12.11 12.09 12.46 12.60 12.41 Priority2 CallsforService 1,332 1,112 1,366 1,345 1,266 1,229 1,150 1,151 1,348 1,289 15,986 15,519 3,669 , Average Response 26.23 22.62 24.18 22.78 25.37 23.12 21.48 26.28 23.25 23.32 22.73 23.65 24.13 Priority 3 Calls for Service 1 077 1,076 1 173 1,095 1,079 1 094 1,039 1,024 1,140 1 348 14 187 13,983 3,466 Average Response 39.78 35.72 36.78 34.39 33.94 31.79 30.05 33.64 30.14 33.64 32.09 32.78 34.39 Priority 4 Calls for Service 665 754 763 708 711 715 637 736 762 736 10,005 9,750 2,071 ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Southwest Station Average Response Times Southwest Station November to March November to March 1400 40 1200 35 - v 1000 � 30 Z � d d 25 N 800 = O � '~ a 20 H � � 600 � U a> 15 � 0 400 � � Q 10 200 5 Il.r �i I _ _ , a 0 1 20 0 2011 2010 2 11 2 11 2 12 2 11 2 12 2 11 2 12 1 2011 1 2010 2011 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar Nov Nov Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Mar ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 April 3, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 5 of 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT • SOUTHWEST STATION CRIME ANALYSIS UNIT To: Capt. O'Harra Sgt. Leggett Sgt. Lee Cc: Sgt. McDonald Fm: Marianna Davis, Crime Analyst Date: May 3, 2012 Re: Part 1 Crime for the City of Temecula April 1 - 30 2012 In response to your request to provide information in regards to Part 1 Crimes for the above time frame, I found the following: Part 1 Calls for Service: 227 CRIME Total Homicide Aft 1 A. !ravated Assault 20 Arson 0 Bu !la _ 37 Larcen !Theft' 152 Ra ie 2 Robbe 4 Veh Theft 11 Grand Total 227 UCR combines vehicle burglaries into Larceny Theft category. This information includes vehicle burglaries in that category. Data was obtained using Data warehouse. If you need any additional assistance in regards to this request, please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks. CITATION STATS APRIL 2012 � Citations Totals Total Hazardous Citations 970 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 364 Parking Citations 159 Total Citations 1493 Citation Breakdown S. L.A. P. 108 N.E.T. Citations 40 SchoolZones 129 Seatbelt Citations 56 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions � Non-Injury 24 Hit and Run 8 Injury 24 Fatal 0 Total 56 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D. U.l. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 15 Cell Phone Cites Total cell phone cites 186 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints / Click it or Ticket Operations None During April Commission Members May 24, 2012 City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission 4100 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ref: Public/Traffic Safety Commission Traffic Division Activities/Events Dear Commission Members; Below please find the Traffic Division activities for the month of April, 2012. These activities include the following: • Citation statistics (attachment) • Community Action Patrol supported call-outs: April 27, 2012 — Redhawk Pkwy at Overland Trail, Traffic Collision • Community Action Patrol activity / patrol hours: 919 hours for April, 2012. Year-to-date total, 3924 hours. **Included for April were 17 patrols with 25 CAP members participating, coupled with security monitoring / patrols at the Promenade Mall, 4 nights, 4 CAP members participating** • Special Events for April, 2012: April 6, 2012, Walk the Cross Event April 14, 2012, Reality Rally-Old Town April 21, 2012, Mud Run-Galway Downs April 28, 2012, Taste of Temecula —Old Town • Radar Trailer Deployments: April 9— April 11, 2012 — Nighthawk Pass east of Channel Street — 512 vehicles April 18 — April 23, 2012 — Honors Drive at�Crystalaire — 6,687 vehicles April 18 — April 23, 2012 — Winchester Rd at Margarita Meadows — 47,721 vehicles April 30 — May 3, 2012 — Riverton Ln at Yardley Ct — 2,675 vehicles April 30 — May 3, 2012 — Via Cordoba across from 31990 — 7,609 vehicles If you have any questions regarding this package, please do not hesitate to call me at the Temecula Police Department — (951)696-3072. Sincerely, Sergeant Mark Leggett Temecula Police Department Traffic Division � - FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT Riverside County Fire Department/ CAL FIRE Emergency Incident Statistics CAL, F/RE SINCF 1885 ��S�D E COG J 4immm y� John R. Hawkins Fire Chief 4/5/2012 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Incidents Reported for the month of March,2012 and TEMECULA City Response Activity Incidenb Reported for th� mo�h of March,2012 and TEMECULA City 1 ■ Medical 447 71.596 Tre1bc Collision 79 12.6% ■ False Alarm 61 9.8% ■ Public Serrice Assist 23 3.7°i6 ■ Other Fire 5 0.896 Standby 5 0.896 ■ Com Fire 2 0.396 !� Res Firo 1 0.2% ■ Rescue 1 OZ96 ■ Vehide Fire 1 0.296 Total: 625 100.096 Com Flre 2 False Alarm d1 Medieal 447 Other Flre 6 PubNc Sanrica Aosist Z3 Res Flro 1 Rescue 1 Standby 5 Traffic Coilision 79 Vehk:le Fln 1 IneideM Total: 625 Response Tfine• <5 Mlnutes +5 Mleubes +10 Minubss +20 Minut�s Averpe 9b 0 bo S min 484 100 11 1 3.8 81.196 'Exdudes non emeryen�y response tlmea Page 2 of 5 Incidents by Battalion, Station and .7uri�diction Com Fire FaIN Mediwl Other Firc Pubiic Res Fire Reaeue Standby TreRC Vehide Alarm Service Collision Fire Sbtlon P�h� City of Temecula 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 �2 ifalbn ToW 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ,.�:--���*Z._._ . �' � � , sfalbA 12 City of Temecufa 0 16 77 0 2 0 0 2 29 0 T� �tlon ToW 0 18 77 0 2 0 0 2 2! 0 Sdtloe 77 RMeho City oi Temecula 2 28 142 1 9 1 0 0 26 0 �� Ca�fornY sfatlon ToEd 2 2i 1s2 1 8 1 0 0 26 0 �• statloe i� Fnneh CRy M Temecul� 0 0 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 V�Y shtla� Todl 0 0 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Stafloe 14 City of Temeala 0 6 122 1 8 0 1 2 9 1 � P�rMir Sttlion ToW 0 6 1Z2 1 B 0 1 2 9 1 � Stalbn !2 MIaM Ciry of Temecula 0 11 89 2 3 0 0 1 14 0 � CnNt Sfstlon Total O 11 Q9 2 3 0 0 1 14 0 `- °_'- -- _ _ _ . _ _ . _ � �. :_ �,_ .,_., , - , ,, `.�, �_ :a,���" `'`��:,.,�' ..�,� �,s i,;,,r_ ^ _J 4 .�i�;� . �s�: Page 3 oi 5 Incidents by Supenrisorial District - Summary DISTRICT S JEFF 8TONE Com Fire 2 False Alarm 61 Medical 447 Other Fire 5 Public Service Assist 23 Res Fire 1 Rescue 1 Standby 5 Traffic Collision 79 Vehicle Fire 1 Page 5 of 5 2011 CITY OF TEMECULA EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND TRAINING REPORT PUBLIC SAFETY CLASS TOTALS 2012 Class Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total CPR/AED 56 18 29 103 FIRST AID 36 37 73 PEDIATRIC FIRST AID 3 3 SCHOOL CPR 42 42 SCHOOL FIRST AID 0 STAFF HCP 19 8 27 HCP 9 6 13 28 CERT 0 Total !20 27 129 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 D 0 276 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA , 20121ncidentResponseTotals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total Commercial Fire 0 3 2 S False Alarm 68 58 61 187 Hazardous Materiel 0 3 0 3 Medical 436 377 447 1260 Multi-Fami Dwelli 2 0 0 2 Other Fire 4 1 5 10 Other Misc. 7 1 0 2 PSA 35 42 23 100 Residential Fire 1 1 1 3 Rescue 0 0 1 1 Standb 11 2 5 18 Traffic Collision 66 44 79 189 VehiGe Fire 2 1 1 � Wildland Fire 0 0 0 0 Tofal 6YB �43 82S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1784 Riverside County Fire Department/ CAL FIRE Emergency Incident Statistics Q CAL FIRE SINCE 1F;B mon John R. Hawkins Fire Chief 5/8/2012 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and'Technology Division GIS Section Incidents Reported for the month of AprII,2012 and TEMECULA City Response Activity Incidents Reported for the mo�rth of Apr11,201Z and TEMECULA Cky ■ Medical 378 73.196 TraAic Collision 58 11.296 ■ False Alarm 46 8.9% ■ Public Ser�ice Assist 19 3.796 ■ Standby 6 1.2% Vehicle Fire 4 0.6% ■ Other Fire 2 0.4% � Haz Mat 1 0.2% ■ Mutti-Fam Dwelling Fire 1 0.2% ■ Res Fire 1 0.2% ■ Wildland Fire 1 0.2% Total: 517 100.0% False Alarm 46 Haz Mat 1 Madfcal 37S Multl-Fam Dwellinq Flre 1 Otl�er Fire 2 Public Servlce Aosist 18 Res Flro 1 Standb�► i TrafRc Collision 6a Vehlde Fire 4 YYildtand Firo 1 IncldeM Total: 517 Response Time• <5 Minuhs +5 Mfnutes +10 Mlnutes +20 Minutas Avera�e 96 0 to 5 min 402 76 13 1 4.0 81.7% 'Exdudes non emergenc,y response times Page 2 af 5 Incidents by Battalion, Station and ]urisdidion Falae Haz M�t Medical Multl-Fam Other Firc Publfc Res Firc Standby Tr�fic Vehide 1Mldlsnd Alartn Dwelliny Servix Cdd�ion Fire Firo 7! CRy ot Temecula 11 1 57 0 0 1 0 2 19 0 0 wmed� i�flen Tafal ! 1 1 67 0 0 1 0 2 1! 0 0 73 RMelw City of Temxule 21 0 112 0 0 6 0 1 17 1 0 y sl�tlon Todl 21 0 112 0 0 6 0 1 17 7 0 ii F�neh City of Ternecula 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 stiUon Tabl 1 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 it CHy of Temeeula 6 0 106 1 1 10 0 3 7 2 0 St�tlon ToYI 6 0 106 1 1 10 0 i 7 2 0 ft Nol/ City of Temec:ule 7 0 95 0 1 2 1 0 12 1 1 � �Mk Sqtlon Total 7 0 96 0 1 Y 1 0 12 1 1 � � _ - - - Page 3 of 5 inddenb by ]urisdidlon FaIM Haz Mat Medfnl Multl-Fam Otlar Flro PubNc Ra Fire Sdndby TMllc ViMd� NAldla+d i,. , ��, 4� ._�.....- : /Wrtn DwsAlnq Ssrvlo� Coliebn Fir� Fire ' o� Tsr►�ecua 46 1 378 1 2 19 1 6 58 4 1 Page 4 of 5 Incidents by Supervisorial District - Summary DISTRICT 1 BOB DISTRICT 3 JEFF ,-�. BU3TER STONE False Alarm 1 45 Haz Mat 0 1 Mediql 0 378 • Mufti-Fam Dwelling Fire 0 1 Other Fire 0 2 Public Service Assist 0 19 Res Fire 0 1 Standby 0 6 Trafic CoMision 0 58 Vehide Fire 0 4 Wildland Fire 0 1 _ �___ Page 5 of 5 2011 CITY OF TEMECULA EMERGENCYRESPONSEAND TRAININGREPORT PUBLIC SAFETY CLASS TOTALS 2012 C/ass Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total CPR/AED 56 18 29 103 FIRST AID 36 37 73 PEDIATRIC FIRST AID 3 2 5 SCHOOL CPR 42 36 78 SCHOOL FIRST AID 0 STAFF HCP 19 8 27 HCP 9 6 13 12 �0 CERT 40 40 Total 120 27 129 90 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 368 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA 2012 Incidenf Response Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total Commercial Fire 0 3 2 0 5 False Alarm 68 58 61 46 233 Hazardous Material 0 3 0 1 4 Medical 436 377 447 378 1638 Muiti-Famil Dwellin 2 0 0 1 3 Other Fire 4 1 5 2 12 Other Misc. 1 1 0 0 2 PSA 35 42 23 19 119 Residential Fire 1 1 1 1 4 Rescue 0 0 1 0 1 S'tandb 11 2 5 6 24 Traffic Collision 66 44 79 58 247 VehiGe Fire 2 1 1 4 8 Wildland Fire 0 0 0 1 1 Tota/ 626 533 625 517 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 2301