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102512 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, October 25,2012,6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Hagel FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner ROLL CALL: Carter, Cosentino, Coram, Youmans, Hagel PRESENTATIONS: CPR School — Temecula Fire 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. CITY MANAGER REPORT COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Action Minutes of September 27, 2012 RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of September 27, 2012. 1 2. Reschedule Commission Meetinq - November and December 2012 RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 Direct the Senior Office Specialist to cancel and reschedule the regular meetings for November and December 2012, and perform the appropriate postings and noticing requirements per the Government Code. COMMISSION BUSINESS 3. Consideration of Multi-Wav Stop Siqns — Sunnv Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 Concur with the results of the Multi-Way Stop Warrant Analysis that Multi-Way Stop• Signs are not justified at the intersection of Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino. 4. Santiaqo Road Desiqn Guidelines 4.1 Receive and file the report. 5. School Area Traffic Safetv Workshop — Temecula Vallev Hiqh School RECOMMENDATION: _ 5.1 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, December 6, 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 staff repoRS) will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula) after 4:00 PM the Friday before the Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting. At that time, the agenda packet may also be accessed on the Ciry's website — www.citvoftemecula.org — and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting, Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majoriry of the Commission regarding any item on the Agenda, after the posting of the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula, 8:00 AM — 5:00 PM). In addition, such material may be accessed on the Ciry's website — www.cityoftemecula.org — and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting, please contact the Public Works Department at the Temecula Civic Center, (951) 694-641 l. 2 ITEM NO. 1 Action Minutes of � September 27, 2012 ACTION MINUTES , OF TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, September 27, 2012 � 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Hagei FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Cosentino ROLL CALL: Carter, Coram, Cosentino, Youmans, Hagel PRESENTATIONS: Certificate of Appreciation Deputy Sergio Vargas, 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 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 limit for individual speakers. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. 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. i COMMISSION CONSENT CALENDAR • 1. Action Minutes of September 27, 2012 — Approved staff recommendation —(5-0-0) — Commissioner Carter made the motion; it was seconded by Commissioner Cosentino and voice vote reflected unanimous approval. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of September 27, 2012. 2. School Area Traffic Safetv Action Plan — Area 1, Area 5, and Great Oak Hiph School — Approved staff recommendation —(5-0-0) — Commissioner Carter made the motion; it was seconded by Commissioner Cosentino and voice vote reflected unanimous approval. RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 Approve the action plans for each school site; and 2.2 Direct staff to implement recommended solutions, where appropriate, as identified in ' the report. COMMISSION BUSINESS 3. Update on Citv's Bike Lane and Trail Proqram (BLTP): - received and filed the report. RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 Receive and file the report. 4. School Area Safetv Workshop — Area 2, Temecula Middle School, Vintaqe Hills Elementarv School, Abbv Reinke Elementarv School, and Paloma Elementarv School - received and filed the report. RECOMMENDATION: 4.1 Receive and file the report. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORTS POLICE CHIEF'S REPORTS FIRE CHIEF'S REPORTS ADJOURNMENT At 8:01 P.M. Commissioner Cosentino moved, seconded by Commissioner Carter, to adjourn The Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting to Thursday, October 25, 2012, at 6:00 PM. Bob Hagel Greg Butler Chairperson Director of Public Works / City Engineer 2 ITEM NO. 2 Reschedule Commission Meeting — November and December 2012 AGENDA REPORT �zt'ogTEhfe ,�{' TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 19890, FROM: reg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: October 25, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 2 Reschedule Commission Meeting - November and December 2012 Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: Direct the Senior Office Specialist to cancel and reschedule the regular meetings for November and December 2012, and perform the appropriate postings and noticing requirements per the Government Code. BACKGROUND: Due to the upcoming November and December 2012 Holiday Season, it is recommended that the Commission consolidate the meetings of November 22, 2012 and December 27, 2012 into one (1) meeting, to be scheduled Thursday, December 6, 2012. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact. ITEM NO. 3 Consideration of Multi-Way Stop Signs — Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino AGENDA REPORT TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 1989 FROM: 1f/ g Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: October 25, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 3 Consideration of Multi-Way Stop Signs — Sunny Meadows Drive at Calle Portofino Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer — Traffic RECOMMENDATION: Concur with the results of the Multi-Way Stop Warrant Analysis that Multi- Way Stop Signs are not justified at the intersection of Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino. BACKGROUND: Staff received a request from the Paseo Del Sol Homeowners Association to consider the feasibility of installing multi-way stop signs at the intersection of Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino to reduce vehicular speeds on Sunny Meadows Drive and provide a controlled crossing for pedestrians accessing the association's recently opened recreation center. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process and by mail. Sunny Meadows Drive is a forty-four (44) foot wide residential collector roadway, which provides numerous single family enclaves access to Meadows Parkway, De Portola Road, and Butterfield Stage Road. Sunny Meadows Drive is striped for one lane in each direction with a bike lane on both sides of the roadway. The Average Daily Traffic (ADT) on Sunny Meadows Drive is 2,600 ADT at Calle Portofino. The speed limit is posted at 35 MPH on Sunny Meadows Drive. Calle Portofino is a fifty-two (52) foot wide access roadway, which provides a connection between Sunny Meadows Drive and Campo Drive. Calle Portofino carries approximately 500 ADT at Sunny Meadows Drive. The prima facie speed limit of 25 MPH is not posted. In September 2012, vehicular, pedestrian, and bicyclist volume data was collected at the intersection of Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino for the seven (7) day period from September 20, 2012 to September 26, 2012. In addition to the data collection, a review of conditions was performed, which included an evaluation of sight distance, collision history, and completion of a multi-way stop warrant analysis. An evaluation of sight distance revealed the visibility at the intersection is appropriate for conditions and speeds. The results of the evaluation indicate the sight distance is approximately 310 feet looking west and 285 feet looking southeast from Calle Portofino. A minimum unobstructed sight distance of 250 feet is required for the 35 MPH posted speed limit on Sunny Meadows Drive. A review of the collision history for the twelve (12) month period from October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012, indicates there were no reported collisions at the intersection. The favorable record is attributed to driver familiarity with roadway conditions and exercising due care when entering and travelling through the intersection. Furthermore, the favorable record indicates that pedestrians are also exercising caution when crossing Sunny Meadows Drive to access the recreation center. The Multi-Way Stop Sign Installation Policy for Residential Streets'. warrant criteria was used to evaluate the need for multi-way stop signs at both intersections. The warrants allow for the installation of multi-way stop signs when the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Minimum Traffic Volumes . a) The total vehicular volume entering the intersection from all approaches is equal to or greater than three-hundred (300) vehicles per hour for any eight (8) hours of an average day and b) The combined vehicular volume and pedestrian volume from the minor street is equal to or greater than one-hundred (100) per hour for the same eight (8) hours. 2. Collision History a) Three (3) or more reported collisions within a twelve (12) month period of a type susceptible to correction by a multi-way stop installation. Such accidents include right and left-turn collisions as well as right-angle collisions. 3. Roadway Characteristics a) The traffic volume on the uncontrolled street exceeds two thousand (2,000) vehicles per day, b) The intersection has four (4) legs, with the streets extendirig 600 feet or more away from the intersection on at least three (3) of the legs; c) The vehicular volumes on both streets are nearly equal to a forty/sixty percent (40/60%) split; and d) Both streets are 44 feet wide or narrower. WARRANTS 1, 2, and 3 MUST BE SATISFIED Other criteria that may be considered when evaluating the need for multi-way stop signs include: 4. Visibility a) The intersections sight distance is less than: . • 155 feet for 25 MPH • 200 feet for 30 MPH • 250 feet for 35 MPH 5. The need to control left-turn conflicts. 6. The need to control vehicle/pedestrian conflicts near locations that generate high pedestrian volumes such as schools, parks and activity centers. 7. The roadways and intersection appear on a Suggested Route to School plan. 8. There are no traffic signal or all-way stop controls located within 600 feet of the intersection. 9. The installation of multi-way stop signs is compatible with overall traffic circulation needs for the residential area. The Multi-Way Stop warrant analysis performed at the intersection indicates that Warrants 1, 2, and 3 are not satisfied and multi-way stop signs are not justified. Additionally, an evaluation of the optional criteria, such as intersection sight distance, indicates there are no special circumstances that justify the need for right-of-way control provided by multi-way stop signs. A copy of the warrant analysis is attached as Exhibit "B''. 2 As previously mentioned, the purpose of the multi-way stop signs request is primarily to provide right-of-way control for pedestrians and bicyclists crossing Sunny Meadows Drive at Calle Portofino. The data collected indicates that volumes do not support the need for a full-time controlled crossing to allow adequate gaps in traffic for pedestrians/bicyclists to cross Sunny Meadows Drive at Calle Portofino. In the past, the Public/Traffic Safety Commission has considered similar requests to install multi-way stop signs to control vehicular speeds or address perceived right-of-way control issues. The Commission has consistently upheld Staff's opinion that multi-way stop signs should be used at locations where there is a compelling need to regulate traffic flow and improve safety. The installation of unwarranted multi-way stop signs at this location will stop vehicles needlessly, create noise, congestion and increase pollution. For these reasons, Staff does not support the installation of multi-way stop signs at the intersection of Sunny Meadows Drive and Calle Portofino. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact with Staff recommendation. 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CORTE 1lLOR�+ l��. 0� � � � � i -� 3 � � � _ m x� � w � e _,.' ;�j v . � c a ,_ , �R,y , ` � pp�p.C10.ST � J ° • ; F�� + . _ N � '1 _ ` z y G�Q- �� VIArARIAS : �' �� !'� - � �� f w�I�, � _ R N _ ' � G ��c , �' • '"`' y� '� - • N 0 400 800 1200 ft. � Scale:1:4,090 Map center: 6304808, 2126942 This map is a user generated static output from an Intemet mapping site and is for general reference only. Data layers that appear on this map may or may not be accurate, current, or otherwise reliable. THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. EXHIBIT "B" MULTI-WAY STOP WARRANT ANALYSIS 6 MULTI-WAY STOP WARRANT (Residential Streets) Major Street: Sunny Meadows Drive Critical Approach Speed 35 MPH Minor Street: Calle Portofino Critical Approach Speed 25 MPH Wararnts 1, 2, and 3 Must Be Satisfied 1. Minimum Vehicular Volume Satisfied Yes O No �X MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 7-8 AM 8-9 AM 9-10 AM 2-3 PM 3-4 PM 4-5 PM 5-6 PM 67 PM Hour Total AII A roaches 300 317 300 186 200 372 241 247 265 Combined Vehicular Ped Volume On Minor Street 100 16 5 45 6 14 10 15 7 20 7 32 7 14 17 18 8 (XX) - Ped Voluma 2. Collision History Satisfied Yes � No �X MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS 3 OR MORE 0 3. Roadway Characteristics Satisfied Yes � No �X (All Parts Below Must Be Satisfied) A. The traffic volume on the uncontrolled street exceeds two thousand (2,000) vehicles Yes �X No � per day, B. The intersection has four (4) legs, with the streets extending 600 feet or more away from the intersection on at least three (3) of the legs, Yes � No �X C. The vehicular volumes on both streets are nearly equal to a forty/sixty percent (40/60%) split, and Yes 0 No OX D. Both streets are 44 feet wide or narrower. Yes �X No � Options (Other Criteria That May Be Considered) Satisfied 4. Visibility The intersection sight distance is less than: Yes � No � 155 feet for 25 MPH 200 feet for 30 MPH 250 feet for 35 MPH 5. The need to control left-turn conflicts. Yes � No �X 6. The need to control vehicle/pedestrian conflicts near locations that generate high pedestrian volumes such as schools, parks and activity centers. Yes � No �X 7. The roadways and intersection appear on a Suggested Route School plan. Yes �X No � 8. There are no traffic signal or all-way stop controls located within 600 feet of the intersection. Yes � No � 9. The installation of multi-way stop signs is compatible with overall traffic circulation needs of the residential area. Yes � No �X ITEM NO. 4 Santiago Road Design Guidelines AGENDA REPORT 01TE. Re ;O TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission �„ 1989 FROM: r3reg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer "''' • I/ DATE: October 25, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 4 Santiago Road Design Guidelines RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file the report BACKGROUND: Santiago Road is shown as a "Limited Secondary Arterial Road (2-lanes Divided)" on the Circulation Element of the City's General Plan. This roadway designation has a unique offset cross-section intended to enhance the rural nature of the streets with this designation, while supporting all modes of transportation including vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian. In areas with long stretches of undeveloped land or an entirely new street alignment the implementation of such a roadway cross-section would serve its purpose well. Along the Santiago Road corridor though there are only two developable properties that would be subject to the current roadway cross-section. Approaching these undeveloped segments, Santiago Road has been developed to various other roadway cross-sections that were in place at the time of development. To further complicate the development of Santiago Road a meandering natural drainage course traverses the area encroaching into what would be improved road right-of-way if one strictly adhered to the current roadway cross section. The Public Works department has analyzed the existing improved segments of Santiago Road, as well as the alignment of the natural drainage course, and determined that without significant drainage course re-alignment requiring costly and burdensome resource agency permits, implementing the existing cross section would be infeasible. We are therefore recommending that a flexible design guideline be implemented so we can accommodate all modes of travel and still maintain the rural feel of the roadway cross-section. The guideline allows flexibility to adjust the pavement alignment within the ROW to avoid physical obstacles while still providing enough pavement width for a wider bike lane and a wider curb adjacent graded walkway for pedestrians and equestrians. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact. Attachment: Exhibit "A" — Existing Santiago Road Cross-Section Exhibit "B" — Proposed Santiago Road Cross-Section EXHIBIT "A" EXISTING SANTIAGO ROAD CROSS-SECTION � R/W R/W � 88' 46' 23' � 1J' � � , 1 l0' S' 11' '•• ,•• l2' S' l2' 10' l0' � Z GRADEO NATURAL TRAIL TRANS/T/ONAL Z SHOULDER i LANDSCAPE NAT/VE A. C. BERM PER I A. C. BERM PER FENCE � C. 0. T. STO. 1/4 i C. 0. T. STD. 2/4 ��l' 2%_ A. P�MT. I A. �� VMT. 29K � �� �i � Z� '��4,f,' t��� STABILIZED COMPACTE �OURSE p � BIL/Zf0 D. G. SUBGRADE No rES.� COMB/NED TH/CKNESS Of BASE AND SURFACE MATER/AL TO BE DETERMINED BY THE SOILS EN6/NEER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. SEE STANDARD NOS. ll3 & ll5 fOR PAVEMENT DESl6N REQUIREMENTS ANO 6ENERAL NOTES. �'` PAINTED MEO/AN OR LEFT-TURN LANE AT INTERSECTIONS. FENCE SHALL BE A THREE-RAIL VlNYL fENCE fOUR fEET Hl6H W/TH ALL POSTS, fDUNDATIONS, END CAPS AND POSTS, PER THE PLANNIN� DEPARTMENT. STABILIZED DECOMPOSED 6RAN/TE (0. G. ) SHALL CONFORM TD 6REENB00/( SECTION Z00-7, EXCEPT AS M00/F/ED BY THE 0/RECTOR Of PUBLIC WORI(S. APPROVED BY.• c�` ""''�<, L'7TY OF TEMECULA /„� OCTOBER /2, 20/l ����� DEPARTMENT OFPUBLIC WORKS GRFG BUTLER, G/ CTO Of PUBLlC WORKS/CITY ENG/NEER DATE � L/A�ITED R. C. E. N0. 47/04' �, REV. Br� a� DATE E� BY.• APPR' DATE SECONDARYARTER/AL ioi9e, rzio� � 4 2 LANES D/V/DED Z 5 3 6 STANOARD N0. 102B EXHIBIT "B" PROPOSED SANTIAGO ROAD CROSS-SECTION R/WVARIES - 66'MIN. RIW 46' 23' 23' 2.1 /0'MIN. _ II' 12' ' 12' 1 Il' , l- 0'MIN. 12, — GRADED I I GRADED SHOULDER SHOULDER' A.C. BERM PER I A.C. BERM PER–\ 2i C.O. T STD. 214 C.D.T. STD. 214 ''Qr 2% A.C. EMT MT. AC. MK .,: B {'`,�"`f'�``y�/'/' BASE STABILIZED STA9lLI��•� •% D.G.' COMPACTS► COURSE D.G.' SUBGRADE 1?/ ' VARIES- 66'MIN.r R/W 46' 23' € 23 - 2' I0'MIN._ 5' 12' , ¢'" C fit It l _5' _ 10'MIN. 1 2, GRADED I I GRADED 1 SHOULDER PAINTED LEFT UN SHO(RDER I LANE A.C. BERM PER 1 A.C. BERM PER ?.y C.O.T. STD. 214 C.O.T. STD. 214 ` ., 2%_ A.C.C. MT2% 1�� 4!.. ��`l�/,4J'/‹//`/� z,•<Vyi/,i".i``,i*` i/`,1.,/A//..e,4,4",/n`\"i�``:�:'/' - J/a-,4%;:%,i�vi/`` y�`*moiA!'F♦' `ye'`.'``y"y,'y`:y BAS E STABILIZED COMPACTS' COURSESTABILIZED D.G.• SUBGRADE D.G.' INTERSECTION DETAIL NOTES: • FOR LONGITUDINAL GRADES OVER 5%, THE GRADED SHOULDER SHALL BE ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT. " PAINTED LEFT-TURN LANE AT INTERSECTIONS. COMBINED THICKNESS OF BASE AND SURFACE MATERIAL TO BE DETERMINED BY THE SOILS ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. STABILIZED DECOMPOSED GRANITE (D.G.) SHALL CONFORM TO GREENBOOK SECTION 200-7, EXCEPT AS MODIFIED BY THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS. SEE STANDARD NOS. 115 & 115 FOR PAVEMENT DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND GENERAL NOTES. APPROVED BY. d ;. c.17-: CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS GREG BUTLER, 'DIRECTOR OF PueLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEER DATE 111:110 SANTIAGO ROAD R.C.E N0. 47109 REVISIONS REV DY.' APPR'D DATE REV - Y. APPR'D-DATE DESIGN GUIDELINES 4 (2 LANES) 2 5 3 6 1 ITEM NO. 5 School Area Traffic Safety Workshop — Temecula Valley High School AGENDA REPORT 401TF,lytet, TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 19890, FROM: Greg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer -"am ^�" DATE: October 25, 2012 SUBJECT: Item 5 School Area Traffic Safety Workshop—Temecula Valley High School 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 District's (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 Temecula Valley High School. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT MEMORANDUM TO: Greg Butler, Director of Public Works ;:�,;, ,:;�,., FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Superintendent� � DATE: October 5, 2012 1989 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report - September, 2012 The following activities were performed by Public Works Deparhnent, Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of September, 2012: I. SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 66 B. Total signs installed 4 C. Total signs repaired 96 D. Banners Replaced 181 [L TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 141 IIL ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A. C. repairs 6,540 Total Tons 126 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 67 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 122 D. Bowls 14 V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement 22,154 VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Totallocations 57 B. Total S.F. 2,369 VIL STENCILING A. 240 New and repainted legends B. 34,61� L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 13 Thermal Plastic E. 0 RPMs Installed R:UNAINTA(MMOACTRPT Also, City Maintenance staff responded to 39 service order requests ranging From weed abatement, tree trimming, sign repair, A. C. failures, litter removal, and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 70 service order requests for the month of Au�ust• 2012. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 79 hours of overtime which includes standby time, special events and response to street emergencies. The total cost for Street Maintenance performed by Contractors For the month of Se�tember, 2012 was $9,16g compared to ��04 for the month of August, 2012. Account No. 5402 $ 4,668.00 Account No. 5401 � 4,500.00 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:�iv1AINTAIMMOACTRPT STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of' September, 2012 DATE DESCRIPTI01�1 TOTAL COST ACCOLINT STREET/CHANNEL/BRIDGE OF WORK SIZE CONTRACTOR: RENE'S COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT Date: 09.03.12 CITYWIDE MISCELLANEOUS DEBRIS CLEAN-UP # 5402 TOTAL COST $ 4,248.00 Date: 09.13.12 CITYWIDE POST EMERGENT SPRAYING WITHIN CITY MAINTAINED CHANNELS # 5401 TOTAL COST $ 4,500.00 Date: # TOTAL COST Date: # TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: WEST COAST ARBORISTS, INC. Date: 08.15.12 CITYWIDE MISCELLANEOUS TREE TRIMMING # 5402 , TOTAL COST $ 420.00 Date: # TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Date: # TOTAL COST Date: # TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOLINT #5401 $ 4,500.00 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $ 4,668.00 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 - 0 - R:UNAINTAIN�MOACIRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS I Date Submitted: OS-Oct-12 MAINTENANCE WORK COMPLETED Submitted By: GREG BUTL-ER FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 Prepared By: RODNEY TIDWELL FIRST k1i4L�r� ��. . � CON7RACTORS,, ' ___;._ _, JULY ','_- AUGUST � SEPTEMBER '.i;OCTOBER , :NQVEMBER�. 'DECEMBER _ ,.__:. 1ST�HALFTOTAL=S,,. , .YEARTO;DATE_:, _ Asphalt Square Feet 0 0 0 0 0 Concrete Square Feet 0 0 0 0 0 Drainage Channels 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 CONTRACT STRIPING Striping Linear Feet 0 0 0 0 0 Sandblasting Linear Feet 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 TREE CONTRACTORS Trees Trimmed 0 0 0 0 0 Trees Removed 0 1 1 2 2 TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $304.00 $420.00 $724.00 $724.00 R.O.W. SPRAYING Square Feet TOTAL COSTS $0.00 $0.00 $8,748.00 $8,748.00 $8,748.00 CITY MAINTENANCE CREW . Banners 93 2 181 276 276 Signs Replaced 40 46 66 152 152 Signs Installed 53 24 4 81 81 Signs Repaired 35 121 96 252 252 Catch Basins Cleaned 288 201 203 692 692 Trees Trimmed 27 78 141 246 246 R.O.W. Weed Abatement 2,905 30,150 22,154 55,209 55,209 New & Repainted Legends 403 190 253 846 846 After Hours Call Outs 162 73 79 314 314 Service Order Requests 63 70 39 172 172 Graffiti Removal - S Ft 3,947 3 260 2 369 9,576 9,576 TOTAL COSTS $33,692.87 $46 200.17 $63 351,53 $143,244.57 $143,244.57 R:\MAINTAIN\MOACRTPUULY THRU DEC � DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted: October 5. 2012 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted ey: Greg Butler STREET MAINTENANCE Prepared By: Rodney Tidwell FISCAL YEAR 2012 - 2013 1 ST i�Ui��T�R : " ` ' " � ` - WORK, . WORK , WORK TOTAL.CO$T TQTAL CO3T ; x � 7�' .: , COMPLETED' COST FOR GOMPLETED COST.FOR AUG. COMPLETED COST FOR FOR.THIS •: FOR:LA3T " ;- -:. - _. = ,. :. , ._ � .': -:SCOPE.OF<WORK � < JULY'12 ;" � JULY 12 • AUG. '12 '42. .:. SEPT. '12 SEPT. '12 FISCAt YEAR FI$CAL YEAR ASPHALT AC Square Footage: 1,975 $5,865.75 6,192 $18,390.24 6,540 $19,423.80 $43,679.79 $132,767.91 Tons: 59 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 SIDEWALK CURB & GUTTER REPAIR Square Footage: 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 PCC Yards: 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 STRIPING LINEAR FEET: 0 $0.00 4,694 $328.58 34,617 $2,423.19 $2,751.77 $798.56 IN-HOUSE PAINTING LEGENDS: _ 403 $3,224.00 190 $1,520.00 240 $1,920.00 $6,664.00 $35,504.00 SIGNS REPLACED Material: 40 $2,000.00 46 $2;300.00 247 $3,300.00 $7,600.00 $42,950.00 Labor: $1,055.60 $1,213.94 $6,518.33 $8,787.87 $2,269.01 SIGNS INSTALLED Material: 53 $2,650.00 24 $1,200.00 4 $200.00 $4,050.00 $10,150.00 Labor: $1,398.67 $633.36 $105.56 $2,137.59 $5,357.17 SIGNS REPAIRED Material: 35 $1,750.00 121 $6,050.00 96 $4,800.00 $12,600.00 $39,500.00 Labor: $923.65 $3,195.19 $2,533.44 $6,650.28 $29,398.46 GRAFFITI Square Footage: 3,947 3,260 2,369 DRAINAGE CHANNELS CLEANED Basins: 288 $7,600.32 201 $5,304.39 203 $5,357.17 $18,261.88 $63,995.77 Channels: 0 $0.00 0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $82,650.00 IN-HOUSE TREES TRIMMED: 27 $712.53 78 $1,847.30 141 $3,720.99 $6,280.82 $32,222.19 SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS: 63 70 39 AFTER HOURS CALL OUTS: 162 $6,413.58 73 $2,890.07 79 $3,127.61 $12,431.26 $50,358.48 R.O.W. WEED ABATEMENT: � 2,905 $98.77 30,150 $1,025.10 22,154 $753.24 $1,877.11 $3,621.14 TOTALS $33,692.87 $45,896.17 $54,183.33 $133,772.37 $551,942.69 R:\MAINTAINIMOACRPTUULY.AUG.SEPT. CITY OF TEMECULA 2012 GRAFFITI REMOVAL � 51000 -------._-- --- - -- ---- ------- - - ---__.-------------------------- 49000 - 47000 - 45000 - 43000 - 41000 - SQUARE FOOTAGE TOTAL CALLS 39000 _ 37000 35000 - January 4,847 January 117 33000 - 31000 - February 1,922 Februa 61 29000 _ rY 27000 25000 - March 1,989 March 44 23000 - 21000 - 19000 - April 4,306 April 112 17000 - 15000 - May 2,594 May 63 13000 _ 11000 9000 - June 1,883 June 43 7000 - 5000 - Juty 3,947 Ju�y 72 3000 _ 1000 August 3,260 Au ust 82 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DE�� g Se tem6er 2 369 � SQ FT P � September 57 October October Totals for the Year November To Date: Oct. 1, 2012 November December December Sq. Footage 27,117 Calls 651 POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT '�;: �' ,._. t� --"'._." . _ ______ a� �� _-- • � .,�.,...R.�.,,. .�- --- _ _ ,_...�--�-�. _.... . �� � ;.� .� , ; . .,t, � �� � � � � � �. . . � ~- . f . � ��, :4 �; i � � * �. . _ �' a �r'l �, ..w� ^� " s�: j` •�� ._:. 1 .� -. ' � �: . _ .. ,. . ". �r� .,�. _ r ' � ,. ... �;� r. . , . ,�, . y . . . � � . , ' .. . . . . Y .. ... � . . � �n` � ■ � -- --C�t�a �rime Anal � nit -- � � . Average _Response T�mes � a,;,,,_. Southwest Station � May to September /� �ij _ � � , _ - -- - � � � �I __— - � �, v . �� H , .�.= '�` . .�.. J �� � � � , � ..: . � � . . . .. ____— � -'�� � � � � � �� � � �-- ��. � , � , a . .— � ,� . /� �� � ��.�. I _ � �� � �� �-, � _� ��` ��� . .� 'i , . .. .., . . . • . � r �" ` � s't^' `�'}'/ � � ;� `, r ' `�j � t � � ...�o.? l �. 'sr'R"�",;,. ' ." . � . , �.-.... �.:s: � .° . "In.n+».c_,.�..,�... - .,T.�.. �. - . - �`' T',�k. Y . I � �' - � . .� -�� i� � . p : ... . , .. _... _.. a � . ," � , ., � r2 �.me.- rtv.>. +�� � . � � ,-. r . r �.. . . . •. _, ..` �_.,_ _ . . �� � - �,�.. . � � , i�., , ... ., .� � � ...�..�...:...... .� � . � . _� _ � . . �— .._» . �, „ , v: ., � �� — ♦ �., � � � � .' y . � �.� s �e5 �� � �� . . . „, .. i +,a��. rs...' � - - , .:; ~��. ... , � � ;�,,,,,;,.v �..,yi�-. ` � - � � . '� . e> �!. �v .. ,s H ... ' . .�.�_-. � 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 tf 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 o�cer 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 shalt 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. October 2, 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 4.66 5.41 5.10 5.49 5.37 5.74 5.72 5.63 6.02 6.70 5.31 5.39 5.83 Priority 1 Calls for Service 58 63 49 46 53 60 46 61 56 64 628 602 500 Average Response 11.36 12.74 11.76 12.05 11.46 13.15 11.42 12.60 11.83 13.56 11.25 11.73 12.36 Priority 2 Calls for Service 1,017 1,050 1,039 1,054 1,046 1,125 995 1,075 965 1,054 12,222 11,804 9,061 Temecula Average Response 23.11 25.17 24.05 23.41 24.62 27.65 21.95 22.38 22.69 24.89 21.46 23.12 24.08 Police Dept Priority 3 Calls for Service 893 1,228 936 1,362 981 1,345 962 1,314 899 1,288 10,843 10,597 10,189 Average Response 34.92 37.31 31.80 32.47 36.88 45.35 30.96 37.04 31.01 39.27 31.88 34.00 36.82 Priority 4 Calis for Service 634 692 768 760 796 780 703 689 593 647 7,831 7,628 5,749 Pri.1-4 Total Average Response 20.98 23.23 21.28 21.58 22.87 26.49 20.14 21.92 20.11 23.64 19.77 21.09 22.43 Pri.1-4 Total Calls for Service 2,602 3,033 2,792 3,222 2,876 3,310 2,706 3,139 2,513 3,053 31,524 30,631 25,499 ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Temecula Police Dept Average Response Times Temecula Police Dept. May to September May to September 1400 50 45 1200 y 40 c�i 1000 �� �' j= 35 Z d � 800 0 30 w N 25 � U 600 � 20 d � 400 ; 15 � �" Q 10 200 5 0 � 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Sep Sep May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Sep Sep ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 I � October 2, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 3 of 5 I Southwest Station Average Response Times and Calls for Service Total Yearly Average � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Average Response 8.30 12.23 10.23 9.80 8.44 9.01 6.69 12.14 6.52 8.27 7.90 7.94 10.56 Prioriry 1 Calls for Service 14 14 14 22 19 27 17 12 17 22 169 180 173 Average Response 14.67 18.77 15.82 18.84 16.01 19.59 14.54 19.89 14.16 18.95 16.39 15.38 17.91 Priority 2 Calls for Service 317 308 351 329 327 349 343 353 326 331 3,764 3,715 2,862 Southwest Average Response 27.59 33.14 26.84 29.19 25.85 32.16 23.65 35.39 25.09 34.62 26.83 25.31 31.88 Unincorp. Priority 3 Calls for Service 295 335 299 329 327 350 337 285 265 304 3,344 3,386 2,709 Average Response 35.29 42.60 30.59 40.71 32.61 47.60 22.29 48.93 29.40 45.72 32.85 29.76 42.99 Priority4 CallsforService 192 183 265 203 222 237 199 218 171 180 2,174 2,122 1,694 Pri. 1-4 Total Average Response 24.06 29.58 23.49 27.50 23.56 30.75 19.54 32.16 21.06 30.12 23.72 22.06 28.54 Pri. 1-4 Total Calls for Service 818 840 929 883 895 963 896 868 779 837 9,451 9,403 7,438 ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Southwest Unincorp. Average Response Times Southwest Unincorp. May to September May to September 400 50 350 y 40 d 300 � � � N 250 � 30 o a '� 200 y N d _ � U 150 p� 20 � ` d � 100 � a 10 li - - 50 � �i ' I ! h'� i I i� � I �� , 0 0 - 11 1 1 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 20 20 2 20 1 2012 2011 I 2012 2011 � 2012 2011 2012 May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Sep Sep May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Sep Sep ■ Priority 1_� Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Priority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 October 2, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 4 of 5 Southwest Station Average Response Times and Calls for Service Total Yearly Average � � � � � � � � � � � � � � Average Response 5.37 6.65 6.24 6.88 6.18 6.76 5.98 6.70 6.13 7.10 5.86 5.98 7.04 Prioriry 1 Calls for Service 72 77 63 68 72 87 63 73 73 86 797 782 673 Average Response 12.15 14.11 12.79 13.66 12.55 14.67 12.22 14.40 12.42 14.85 12.46 12.60 13.69 Priority 2 Calis forService 1,334 1,358 1,390 1,383 1,373 1,474 1,338 1,428 1,291 1,385 15,986 15,519 11,923 Average Response 24.22 26.87 24.73 24.54 24.93 28.58 22.39 24.70 23.24 26.75 22.73 23.65 25.72 Priority3 CallsforService 1,188 1,563 1,235 1,691 1,308 1,695 1,299 1,599 1,164 1,592 14,187 13,983 12,898 Average Response 35.00 38.42 31.49 34.21 35.95 45.88 29.05 40.67 30.65 40.67 32.09 33.08 38.22 Priority 4 Calls for Service 826 875 1.033 963 1,018 1,017 902 827 764 827 10,005 9,750 7,443 = ' YTD total Average Total Calls for Service Southwest Station Average Response Times Southwest Station May to September May to September 1800 SQ 1600 45 1400 40 � � �Z 1200 � 35 y ! a�i 30 0 1000 � � a 25 - 800 d � � 20 C� N � 600 � _ O C> 15 � 400 � Q 10 - 200 5 � 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 � 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Sep Sep May May Jun Jun Jul Jui Aug Aug Sep Sep ■ Priority 1 <, Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 ■ Pnority 1 Priority 2■ Priority 3■ Priority 4 October 2, 2012 A Product of Central Crime Analysis Page 5 of 5 . . � � . � ... SOUTHWEST STATION . . . To: Capt.O'Harra Sgt. Leggett Sgt. Edwards Cc: Sgt. McDonald Fm: Marianna Davis, Crime Analyst Date: October 2, 2012 Re: Part 1 Crime for the City of Temecula September 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: 314 18� ', 165 160 i 140 ' 120 '':, 100 l i 84 ao 60 40 ', 31 26 20 $ 0 - _. AGGRAVATED BURGLARY LARCENYTHEFT ROBBERY VEH THEFT ASSAULT ■ Total ' UCR com6ines 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 September 2012 Citafion Totals Total Hazardous Citations 737 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 275 Parking Citations 120 , Total Citations 1132 Citation Breakdown S.L.A.P. 37 N.E.T. Citations 37 School Zones 109 Seatbelt Citations 30 Community Presentations 0 Tra�c Collisions Non-Injury 33 Hit and Run 14 Injury 18 Fatal 1 , Total 66 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D. U.1. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 28 Cell Phone Cites . Total cell phone cites 93 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DU/ Checkpoints /"Click It or Ticket° Operafions None During September, 2012 Commission Members October 9, 2012 City of Temecula Public/Tra�c Safety Commission 4100 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ref: Public/Tra�c Safety Commission Trafflc Division Activities/Events Dear Commission Members; Below please find the Traffic Division activities for the month of September, 2012. These activities include the following: • Citation statistics (attachment) • Community Action Patrol supported call-outs: September 23, 2012 — Murrieta Fire — 5 CAP members responded September 26, 2012 — Crime scene grid search — 3 CAP members responded • Community Action Patrol activity / patrol hours: 693 hours for September, 2012. Year-to-date total: 7,694 hours. **Included for September were 13 patrols with 21 CAP members participating** • Promenade Mall — No foot patrols or camera monitoring during the month of September. • Special Events for September, 2012: September 26, 2012 — SWS Grid Search — French Valley area • Radar Trailer Deployments: September 12-17 — Meadows Pkwy near Parducci Ln, Data not avaflable September 12-17 — Via Angeles and Victoria Ct, 2, 973 total vehicles. September 17-19 — Meadows Pkwy north of Parducci ln, 8,912 total vehicles September 24-26 — Nicolas Rd and Villa Venicia, Data not available September 24-26 — Via Angeles and Calle Porfirlo, Data not available 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 ��6 HRt MRph�'Tf0r 'F""CAL � .`.''4' FIRE sINC:F I.tRS CAD E CCS miczmaimi John R. Hawkins Fire Chief 10/16/2012 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Incidents Reported for the month of September,2012 and TEMECULA City Response Actfvity Incider� Reporbed for the moMh of September,2012 and TEMECULA City - ■ Medical 397 67.5% �� False Alarm 69 11.7% ■ Trafic Collision 63 10.796 ■ Public Serricx Aasiat 34 5.8% ■ Standby 7 1.2% Othe� Misc 5 0.996 ■ Other Fire 4 0.796 S � Vehide Fire 3 0.596 ■ Res Firo 2 0.396 ■ Wildland Fire 2 0.396 ■ Com Fire 1 0.296 Haz Mat 1 0.2% Totai: 588 100.0% Com Fire 1 Fake Alarm 69 Nsz Mat 1 Madical S97 Other Flre 4 Other Misc 6 Public Service Assist 34 Ras Firo 2 Stsndb�l 7 TraRic Collisbn 63 Veh[cle Fire S Wfldland Flre 2 IncideM Total: � Response Time• <5 Minutes +5 MinuEes +10 Mlnub�s +20 MfnuEss Avera�e 94 0 b� 5 min 440 88 11 3 3.9 81.29/0 'Exdudes non emerpauy reaponae times Page 2 oi 5 Incidents by Battalfon, Statlon and 7u�isdiction Com Fire Felee Haz Mat AAedieal Other Fite Other Pudic Rea Fire Standby Tralfic Vehide Wildland qlarm Misc Senice Colkion Firo Fire _ Sbeton 72 Ciqr oi Temea�la 0 21 0 73 1 0 6 0 3 15 1 0 TsnMeul� 3trlon Tobl 0 21 0 7' 1 0 6 0 � 15 1 0 ..,.� -:•- 8t�tlon 70 Ranoho City ot Temecula 1 31 0 104 0 2 11 1 2 25 1 1 CalHoml� sdtlo�n Todl 1 31 0 104 0 2 11 1 Z Z6 1 1 st�tloe e3 Fnneh Ciry oi Temecula 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 VaMy statlon To1a1 0 0 0 ! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SMlon N City of Temewla 0 9 0 123 0 1 11 0 1 11 1 0 P�rkN�w ahtlon ToW 0 ! 0 12i 0 1 11 0 1 11 1 0 St�tlon t2 YIINf City of Temecula 0 8 1 88 3 2 6 1 1 12 0 1 Cn�k sbtlon Toti1 0 ! 1 i� � 2 { 1 1 12 0 1 - � -�— �_� �, Page 3 of 5 incidants by ]urisdictton Com Flro Falee Haz Mst AAed�l Ofher Firo Other Misc PubWc Rea Firc Standby Tra18c Vehide 1Mldland Alarm Servlos Collsfon F�e Fre iry ot Temecula 1 69 1 397 4 5 34 2 7 63 3 2 I I � Page 4 of 5 Inddents by Supervisorial Distrid - Summary DISTRICT 3 JEFF ., ,�� N . STONE Com Fire 1 False Alarm 69 _ . , , ,. Haz Mat 1 Medical 397 Other Fire 4 Other Misc 5 Public Service Assist 34 Res Fire 2 Standby 7 Traffic Collision 63 Vehicle Fire 3 Wildland Fire 2 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 30 17 27 61 47 28 313 FIRST AID 36 37 27 16 20 7 143 PEDIATRIC FIRST AID 3 2 10 4 19 SCHOOL CPR 42 36 �8 SCHOOL FIRST AID � STAFF HCP 19 8 10 37 HCP 9 6 16 12 20 17 9 89 CERT 40 40 Total 120 27 132 90 67 63 64 72 56 28 0 0 719 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA 20121nCident Response Tofals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Tofal Commeraal Fire 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 False Alarm 68 58 61 46 57 37 51 46 69 493 Hazardous Material 0 3 0 1 3 1 0 3 1 12 Medical 436 377 447 378 453 401 440 446 397 3775 Multi-Famil Dweilin 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Other Fire 4 1 5 2 2 7 8 5 4 38 Other Misc. 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 5 11 PSA 35 42 23 19 31 35 24 34 34 277 Residential Fire 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 11 Rescue 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 Standb 11 2 5 6 1 12 4 7 7 55 Traffic Collision 66 44 79 58 69 51 70 55 63 555 VehiGe Fire 2 1 1 4 1 4 2 2 3 20 Wildland Fire 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 2 2 10 - _,, . . __� _, ,: = ..._._. . - - � - � - ° -- ' Total :: 517 � ;, 0 �: