Loading...
072618 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, JULY 26, 2018, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Hagel ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of fifteen minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commission on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commission about an item not listed on the Agenda, a yellow"Request to Speak" form may be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name. For all other agenda items, a "Request to Speak" form may be filed with the Recording Secretary before the Commission gets to that item. There is a three-minute time limit for individual speakers. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Action Minutes of June 28, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of June 28, 2018. 1 COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Old Town Front Street— Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the speed table/raised crosswalk on designated streets in Old Town. 2.2 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk or other suggested alternatives in Old Town. 3. Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Conditions RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Direct Staff to initiate a Comprehensive Traffic Calming Study on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway. 4. Cancel Public/Traffic Safety Commission Meeting of August 23, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 4.1 Direct Staff to cancel the regular meeting of August 23, 2018, and perform the appropriate postings and noticing requirements per the Government Code. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center,City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO HIE PUBLIC The agenda packet(including staff reports)will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street, 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 City's website—TemeculaCA.gov—and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting, Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on the Agenda,after the posting of the agenda,will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street,Temecula,8:00 AM—5:00 PM). In addition, such material may be accessed on the City's website—TemeculaCA.gov-will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting,please contact the Public Works Department at the Temecula Civic Center, (951)694-6411. 2 ITEM NO. 1 Action Minutes of June 28, 2018 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2018, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan (6:00 PM) FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Carter ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: None PUBLIC COMMENTS: Bruce Scott COMMISSION REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of May 24, 2018—Approved staff recommendation (5-0)with a motion made by Commissioner Hagel and seconded by Commissioner Carter. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of May 24, 2018. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Consideration of All-Way Stop Controls — Southern Cross Road at Agena Street— Approved staff recommendation (5-0)with a motion made by Commissioner Carter and seconded by Commissioner Moses. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Maintain the present level of control at the intersection of Southern Cross Road at Agena Street. 2.2 Direct Staff to coordinate the removal of overgrown vegetation located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Southern Cross Road and Agena Street. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT 1 ADJOURNMENT - The meeting adjourned at 6:42 PM in memory of slain Long Beach Fire Captain David Rosa. The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, July 26, 2018, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center, City Council Chambers,41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Bradley Sullivan Patrick A. Thomas Chairperson Director of Public Works/City Engineer 2 ITEM NO. 2 Old Town Front Street — Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements AGENDA REPORT ,syoFTEMECG, 4,,„/,- .,. ‘ .. ,, ti . % w, T : TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 'i'o4 1989 ,." roNS.NEW(Os FROM: ,/ \ Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 26, 2018 SUBJECT: Item 2 Old Town Front Street— Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements PREPARED BY: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the speed table/raised crosswalk on designated streets in Old Town. 2.2 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk or other suggested alternatives in Old Town. BACKGROUND: Recently, the Public/Traffic Safety Commission requested Staff review the feasibility of implementing features to enhance pedestrian crossing along Old Town Front Street between Second Street and Moreno Road North. The Commission raised concerns about the visibility of pedestrians crossing at controlled and uncontrolled intersections. Old Town Front Street is shown as a 40 foot wide collector roadway on the City's General Plan Circulation Plan, which provides one travel lane in each direction with on-street parking on both sides of the street. The Average Daily Traffic (ADT) on Old Town Front Street is approximately 18,000 ADT south of Rancho California Road, 11,000 ADT south of Main Street and 12,000 ADT between First Street and Temecula Parkway. The 25 MPH Business District prima facie speed limit is posted on Old Town Front Street from Rancho California Road to First Street. The speed limit is posted at 40 MPH on the segment of Old Town Front Street between First Street and Temecula Parkway. In May 2010, the City Council adopted the Revised Old Town Specific Plan, which included a comprehensive review and development of new street standards, development standards and design guidelines for buildings and streetscapes that focused on a more pedestrian friendly traditional downtown design. The Old Town Specific Plan includes development standards for providing traffic calming measures to reduce vehicular traffic speeds and increase pedestrian visibility along Old Town Front Street. The traffic calming features include bulb-outs, speed table/raised crosswalks, marked crosswalks, roundabouts and on-street parking. The two (2) pedestrian crossing strategies, speed table/raised crosswalk and marked crosswalk, include the use of colored pavement, special pavers, or textures to designate crosswalks at major intersections along Old Town Front Street. The Old Town Specific Plan also indicates that the pedestrian crossing strategies should be used on Mercedes Street at major intersections or at locations with anticipated heavy pedestrian crossing such as the Old Town Garage, Senior Center and Sixth Street Parking Lot. In September 2017, the Commission approved the Crosswalk Installation Practice and Policy,which established guidelines and procedures for the installation of marked crosswalks at controlled and uncontrolled locations. Although the policy included guidelines that address the installation of marked crosswalks in Old Town at controlled intersections, the policy provides flexibility for the discretionary installation of a marked crosswalk at uncontrolled intersections under certain conditions to remain consistent with the Old Town Specific Plan. A comprehensive review of conditions was performed on Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street to identify pedestrian crossing patterns and develop features to enhance pedestrian crossing. Our observation of conditions on Old Town Front Street found the intersections with the heaviest pedestrian crossing volumes are Third Street, Main Street and Sixth Street. These are all controlled intersections that provide pedestrian access to public parking facilities located at the Old Town Garage and the Sixth Street Parking Lot. The pedestrian volumes at the Fifth Street and Fourth Street intersections were observed to be lower than the other three intersections. This may be attributed to the lack of a controlled crossing at the intersections and the random midblock crossing, which occurs on Old Town Front Street between the Third Street and Sixth Street intersections. Our observations on Mercedes Street found the heaviest pedestrian crossing volumes at Third Street, Main Street, and Sixth Street followed by Fourth Street and Fifth Street. Also, a high incidence of midblock pedestrian crossing was observed on Mercedes Street between Third Street and Second Street adjacent to the Old Town Garage and between Sixth Street and Moreno Road South. Based on the results of our review of pedestrian crossing patterns on Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street, the following are available pedestrian enhancement alternatives that are consistent with the guidelines identified in the Old Town Specific Plan and City's Crosswalk Installation Practice and Policy. Speed Table/Raised Crosswalk A speed table/raised crosswalk provides a designated area for pedestrians to cross at desired locations by slightly elevating the roadway and pedestrian in the crosswalk, which increases the visibility of the pedestrian crossing the street. The speed table/raised crosswalk is typically used at midblock crosswalk locations as a traffic calming device to reduce vehicular approach speeds and in conjunction with curb extensions or "bulb-outs" to reduce the roadway width. The installation of a speed table/raised crosswalk does however require special striping and signing to advise motorists of the elevation change and pedestrians in the crosswalk. The additional signing and striping may cause aesthetic impacts to the streetscape in Old Town. Other notable challenges associated with speed tables are drainage issues, loss of on-street parking at speed table locations and implementation/construction costs. The approximate cost for a speed table/raised crosswalk can vary between $10,000 and $50,000. depending on the type of material used (asphalt or concrete table), stamped or paver crosswalk, and installation challenges. Currently, in Old Town speed tables/raised crosswalks are being considered on Third Street and on Mercedes Street. The speed table/raised crosswalk on Third Street will provide pedestrian access between the proposed Truax Hotel and the hotel's parking structure. On Mercedes Street the speed table/raised crosswalk will provide access between the Old Town Garage and Truax Hotel's pedestrian promenade walkway. Both locations are considered uncontrolled midblock pedestrian crossings. The use of the high visibility speed table/raised crosswalk is consistent with the Crosswalk Installation Practice and Policy. It is Staff's opinion that installation of the speed table/raised crosswalk facility in Old Town should be limited to midblock locations with high pedestrian generators and at locations where there is minimal impact to on-street parking. An example of candidate streets in Old Town are: Mercedes Street, Moreno Road, Sixth Street, Fifth Street, Fourth Street, Main Street, Third Street, and Second Street. The potential use of a midblock speed table/raised crosswalk on Old Town Front Street is not recommended due to the significant impact the facility would have on the much needed on-street parking. Staff recommends the Commission provide further direction on the use of the speed table/raised crosswalk at the above listed locations. Marked Crosswalks The function of a marked crosswalk is to channelize pedestrians to designated crossing locations, which may be the shortest path, offer the best visibility, or safely assist pedestrians across complex intersections. A marked crosswalk is typically found at intersections adjacent to high pedestrian generators or in downtown areas such as Old Town. Currently there are no marked crosswalks in Old Town except at the intersections of Old Town Front Street at Rancho California Road and First Street/Santiago Road, which are both signalized intersections. The intersection of Mercedes Street at Main Street does have a pedestrian crossing designated by pavers and an"at grade"speed table meant to provide traffic calming and enhance the visibility of pedestrians. As previously mentioned, the Old Town Specific Plan has identified the use of marked crosswalks as a traffic calming and pedestrian safety measure at intersections that are experiencing a heavy pedestrian crossing or locations providing access to the Civic Center and parking facilities. The use of colored pavement, pavers or special textures is encouraged to designate crosswalks on Old Town Front Street and Mercedes Street. The following alternatives are offered for the Commission's consideration. Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk A preformed thermoplastic crosswalk is a pavement marking material that is applied directly onto the roadway surface with a heat torch or infrared heater. The crosswalk is available in a number of patterns including a simulated wood plank. A crosswalk with the wood plank pattern on Old Town Front Street would be consistent with the proposed wood plank stamped concrete sidewalk that will replace the existing wood plank sidewalk on Old Town Front Street. The wood plank crosswalk pattern would be limited to intersections on Old Town Front Street only. On Mercedes Street other patterns such as brick pavers could be used to remain consistent with the existing paver pattern at Main Street. The approximate cost to install this crosswalk application is $25,000 per intersection. Stamped Asphalt Crosswalk A stamped asphalt crosswalk is basically asphalt that is colored and stamped to simulate a variety of patterns, typically a brick pattern. The installation requires removing the existing asphalt at a crosswalk location and installing the new material to simulate the crosswalk. Although it is likely that the wood plank pattern is not available, the asphalt could be colored to match the color of the proposed wood plank stamped concrete sidewalk on Old Town Front Street. On Mercedes Street the brick pattern could be used to remain consistent with the existing pavers on Main Street and the asphalt could be colored to match the existing sidewalk. The approximate cost to install this crosswalk application is $21,000 per intersection. Traditional Crosswalk Markings This alternative provides for the installation of marked crosswalks using two white lines to guide pedestrians through the intersection. This installation is consistent with the guidelines shown in the Old Town Specific Plan but does not offer the uniqueness the Specific Plan is striving to achieve. The approximate cost to install this crosswalk application is $1,000 per intersection. Pedestrian Crossing Signs The purpose of Pedestrian Crossing signs at uncontrolled intersections would be to advise motorists of the potential for pedestrians crossing the street. The signs also enhance the visibility of pedestrians and identifies the location of the crossing. The possible installation of high visibility flashing Led Pedestrian signs on Old Town Front Street would improve conditions for pedestrians at the intersections of Second Street, Fourth Street, Fifth Street and Moreno Road South. The approximate cost to install this feature is $300 per sign. Based on the alternatives presented, the Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk addresses the intent of the Old Town Specific Plan by providing a unique high visibility crossing at controlled and uncontrolled intersections. It is staff's opinion that implementation of the crosswalk feature should occur incrementally at controlled intersections beginning with the intersection of Old Town Front Street at Main Street. Following a "trial" period the crosswalk feature could be installed at the other controlled intersections. Staff recommends the Commission provide further direction on the potential use of the Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk or other suggested alternatives in Old Town. FISCAL IMPACT: To be determined based on selected alternative. ATTACHMENTS: Exhibit A— Location Map Exhibit B — Speed Table/Raised Crosswalk Exhibit C — Preformed Thermoplastic Crosswalk Exhibit D —Wood Plank Pattern and Color Exhibit E — Stamped Asphalt Crosswalk 4 EXHIBIT A LOCATION MAP liji4THE CITY U!' TEMECULA LOCATION MAP .t.Y'1).SAM...r....own..um 4 t 4r ` t. -. _ , .....*. ' , :-,.: . j7 - 1b4;#1° .' ' ' . * . .- 1 A .„L . , ... . , . , __ . . `. : 1. ,� V13 e -� � ,. - '':if`: '4:-.. mo. . .' i ,\ ` '4',.. A iv g`.• i.d. ^� .• ,i Legend air ti k., :It't" " • • : Parcels it A+ "` ,'..*-7, * i* It .�y ¢` ,� "f+ ' Highways r 'r -� �) '' ->E.. ~� �. -fir , 4 "X #4 i 'y• -i „ HWY Y t 'at 4'' •;4y 1V114' ♦ ` � `t ~ �'1. ,L, ```►.�, `°1 INTERCHANGE � � •• '+�'rie ► ,. +f ��� '� . _ ' "� :,► .,.y i • .. Sr* t\ r^ II INTERSTATE r % ; r ''..L • F�;•, .� _.-'.. ,� ..\4t i w.Igb. 4' .V 4� , , ,,., \ „• OFFRAMP `. 'R.r .1 .,�i *o Arilt _�? j'�. ♦ ONRAMP t `` `•.mss .' 1 1}` `r,� + .. 1� �'p, J! +4 USHWY 1ititti . i Street Names ;,� t1. /� 4. w - , Parks ¢ ` • ..:::.,.....,,,,,..,,,-.4,),- ,, r. , �" ` .`� 1� i. .T ❑ Schools ' ��. t� • r ' �!-. , ' ;` :740�_ s Hospitals ;'00 + *s � +� Public Facilities .;•. . ` , !'� H 1 { . ! r. ' "•.. , i City of Temecula Boundary , -40.:440.40--e...,...%42 te`�fir. +` \ 0" ." w .of • Sphere of Influence y.,.. `` 0. �• k w Council Districts • 'wry s,..:1, .•-• ' ' . . . A 2 *" , 141 ift* ,....r . .,1 . „".-W 1'. '44''' lilit ' ,-- * • .• N, # .. . .r.i ;•,7 ./ 71/4.v '',. 4r' */$.' 4 15107;* ? .I' f` t $ 3 '�'. � ly Streets 1 _ ;� < ,+ i` J - ° `' <all other values> - i !E.- `• / w / r - •- J yLis.I COLLECTOR ��-. F ."lam 1S l , • 1. 8,782 W Notes 'r. • ` • .* si..4e1011.411Vta 1,463.7 0 731.84 1,463.7 Feet i This map is a user generated static output from an Internet mapping site and is for reference only.Data layers that appear on this map may or may not be WGS_1984_Web_Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere accurate,current,or otherwise reliable. ©Latitude Geographies Group Ltd. THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION EXHIBIT B SPEED TABLE/RAISED CROSSWALK 44)141)11, . il I I I . , ,......_,..... ,.._._,„, , ,,.......,..r r---- I \ . ,I,) , ! . , , _ LI , i -.- -,..t.i• ,$ . . . t ill 1 11 I . . ,......„ .,- .... ., . - ,--—.No- iti ..., , , . • . .:.. ,, ,.,..,-,, e;: - I -:'-e4.;;;.*Z , \ 0 . \\ ‘i. \ss.........„.....„,..........z......._ . \ 4: . ---- I 3 ,........--4.. . ' i 1 fi 1 4 4t 11 ! . ..el .'0 1 i , 1 , * I i I i EXHIBIT C PREFORMED THERMOPLASTIC CROSSWALK ' Ar I. • . • / , ( / 1 ' 1 „ , , , 4 .. , • '' l'41 ' 1 . • ' A. ' $' , - " , t '4, * • . I ••••.'; •' .0 i • 4 • ' ' 1 I •: t i4.1 4' . illii ' • 4 . ' 1 ; ' - I 4• .. ' 11'.•A*,,,,.• ' t.... , • Atill . i*. otli . -.. „ . + , • ' -• ' r .... . ' - . . • I • . , . ..,... ., . •••• 1 111101410""0"1"1"11•4111111— . • 1 . : , — .. . -• •,. . ... , ..- - .. . .. / . . .. ".. ..... . -.. ..: 4 4., i . , „.. . . . ... i .. . . .... . . , .. , ... . .. .. . .. .... • • • L7, ,•-•) ' '.' JJb . • ,.. . , • i 1 a li, r , . .. 1 I . a . . • 'I 5.14 S4771:..).; ' "... . Hi 7 • A ..... I :Je..• df. ,:,:-: i 1 ,,. , .•.. .. .. ,..,,j, .,. r • c• .4 74 , • , :1 •. 1 t .. .. , _L, 1 . . ._ .. . .. . . . . - , . .„ . • . . . . '' 1 . . • i .0 . I . - j ...— , jlifill' l' 1 ' 0 1 i • . i ../1 ! t1 •k i 1 ..-JI l's lA. 1, •I 1 '''''' ' • 1 ' i . Page 1 of 1 Ifigt.. " -.. 4CLIHL 115 s tr7r-----..alitill*- — ,,. _-- - 11 pill." -/ 0 Q, k 4 41 . . 4. . _ !� . 4 V • Ilk+-. .. tr .� t https://www.ennisflintamericas.com/media//800x600/gallery/images/XD_0424.JPG 07/09/2018 EXHIBIT D WOOD PLANK PATTERN AND COLOR \\1\1\ i ;,, ► Ii)i 1 . \‘' ' l! , 1 \tlii,),i ' . 11 j; • , 1 1, \ . ' 1 fl, 1 , fuLel I 1 '4' ' 1 ' 1jC 11 I i i ,l At " , ' ,'n 1 l i 1 ' ►ii iiA4j& r , i , , i: , tt i .1t;,,' :(,',, r I A\i„. :. \ ..,‘ ,, , 4 1/4 ‘.. ki: . 1 :I ii, .,.. , \, , . I, ;,, ,i VI , a � ; ' i.\‘. ' 1 '' ' . , . .. i ,,, BRICKFORM STANDARD COLOR SELECTION GUIDE Color Hardener Antique Release The colors shown are representative Antique-It and approximate, as closely as Cem-Coat possible, concrete with a flat troweled FreestylePRO finish, sealed with BRICKFORM, Overlay Liquid Colorant solvent-based. Gem-Seal. Tinta' Seal 320 Golden Sandstone 1080 Adobe Buff 1070 Sandy Buff 325 Sandstone • • W41 1030 Ash White 250 Oyster White 1090 Sun Buff 1010 Smokey Bei. 300 Nutmeg 625 Dover Blue 615 Stone Gray 600 Light Gray 200 Medium Gray 100 Dark Gray 815 French Gray 1040 Weathered Sage 1045 Shadow Slate 825 Slate Green 650 Smokey Blue* Also available in:(All Products)900-Black, 1000-White BRICKFORM Color Hardener,BRICKFORM Antique Release Agent, BRICKFORM Antique-It,BRICKFORM Cem-Coat,BRICKFORM FreestylePRO,BRICKFORM Overlay Liquid Colorant and Tinta'Seal are available in 42 standard colors. *BRICKFORM Overlay Liquid Colorant not available in Smokey Blue. Custom colors and color matchirg services available EXHIBIT E STAMPED ASPHALT CROSSWALK . A * A • \ • , +%\ , a ` -.•yt N R ` �. � '1/4'.* � • .' _ r illilla C . '"'' '.- 'WNW vii iiii raj A h ant-Oft Mal " -4 V.*_... 111011 L 1104101111 IOU i. 14; .. 1 - - � . J% 1. • ..4�J l'- ir r - 1 ' k . Alf h 4' • A► i ITEM NO. 3 Redhawk Parkway And Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Conditions AGENDA REPORT pF TENjEet, 11 1�`'.' TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 1989 '` FROM: {,i i Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer Pti°ivs."`W°e° DATE: July 26, 2018 SUBJECT Item 3 Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Conditions Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer- Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Direct Staff to initiate a Comprehensive Traffic Calming Study on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway. BACKGROUND: Staff received a request from the Redhawk Homeowners Association to consider the feasibility of implementing traffic calming measures on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway to reduce vehicular speeds and assign right-of-way at various key intersections on both roadways. As the Commissioners are aware the City is in the process of constructing a traffic signal at the intersections of Redhawk Parkway and El Chimisal Road/Tehachapi Pass, which will provide right-of-way assignment at the intersection and enhance the platooning of vehicles along the corridor. The construction of the signal is on-going and the contractor has placed the order for the traffic signal equipment and waiting for confirmation of the traffic signal pole order. There is currently a fourteen (14) to eighteen (18) week lead time on delivery of the traffic signal poles. In order to address the HOA's concerns about traffic conditions, Staff recommends initiating a comprehensive study, which includes a review of roadway conditions, vehicular volume and speed data collection, review of pedestrian activity along the roadway and at school area crossings, and a sight distance analysis at key intersections. The intent of the study is to develop traffic calming alternatives, which may include deployment of the VCalm signs, striping features, visibility mitigation alternatives. and pedestrian enhancing features at uncontrolled crossings on Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process and by mail. FISCAL IMPACT: Minor cost associated with conducting a comprehensive traffic calming study. Adequate funds are available in the Traffic Division's operating budget. ATTACHMENTS: Exhibit A — Location Map 1 EXHIBIT A LOCATION MAP 2 TUE CITY OF TEMECULA. LOCATION MAP vo - - . • '', . . .›J -- ''. ' •cb4 k - . '.:„..; . tor,' .. . 4,711t. -• . ,,. ., I -- , , ... .• --.- • :7(:-,, • /.4! , .. 10.0 7jeva::vrit •' .,,.,.,s '.,-• ..: .- • ,...t._. tost .._ .. .. •. _. . .. ,,ehriostierum,144,4440F4v4it. ...„ ..„, ... . 4.) .,..„..•:„.„_.... „.._ . .... ,,7‘..9ac ,, ...• • - t . ..- • s;•• . -,:,•:. ---.!-- :-.. ._ ., . ,40,Alk,' ,., .., •1', '..•...' . .. 4'•': ' • • 4 . - '44-4 -, .,...- tt .", to - ..4k . . .. -. • ,,,,.-v-ii ,f,..;--- •dit , ,-.. . , .,..,..-4,7-._,i),-, . ...ifis .- ...,,,,,, • ,. ,,,....., vit,-.„-r. : .../45,...;:i , .-,0-----io,. -... ,.., ,..-.,,',',.,aliplititti.i.... -..,.:- _*0.,. ••i•) .. .: ..- ,P 4.. ,,,f, _. .. ....\-; 10._ . ...-....:75::,-..-N,..;,...4. ,t.•,;. - IF) ,. ,... ,.,-rit ,--s,:.-. .46.(4.,..\ .• . . ,t. . .4, - , Legend :.•....! 4 •. . - .... 4'... ir ,••ctidt4fikr -"''',.„•'..'''' 04,..- - ..--,:f ".• ,. / .-. .. - . -9 ..i,-- poirri,!•,,niv. ..•, . . • - •4 ...„\- .; • ilv4.if ( %. .., , AO, A _.,,.igh Parcels, i - • - Highways • ..1.\-jr..7.-.--_,-....--• r.- • ,i, . hu, -.4:/:, ,•;•alk-. ...-7,.54,,itio.- , ' ', • ppr - 4.- , ‘ \-4 ' . , ..k .1.4Lw ,„4,4' HWY IN 'It% ...-- •.•• -1" .:‘-''*• -.'4 4t7 ifititi'—... '''''\• -. '4 .-/ - '-'•% 4114 1-1/4114':. - . ,,o' . '''* , ' 4"- ' .41— iSittl \ • — 41 ' \'• lek.4,01% - /.., . ‘,..- i INTERCHANGE "at' 044..:"•'''. N- --, . 4. 41.- . ::41,A.A"_.- 4. ,.-I. , l':77. 4 . - "ill;rf... .!,,, \ . .4;-. i . . -.,4,.. ,,, v..iviim I ,:.1.44• wriy . ., . II -volt ,_ . - . ,i,.... --0, V.; 1. ' 4- ...--'•c ti ->' •• ':t,.. '. \ 'AA* t. .... '' . ,,.4. , ' ' • A . ' - iit5 • '''. •'''•''. ' -'lik IN. .11V?).• -'="'. '' -At — • it# . _. . -. • v ,..., .v. ...s„,., ,/ . . ..:.y....• _ - • .c-----iiiii., - *. ' - '. ' - . '-AO- * -' -' /.... ..trart'vr. .. illit *All itt4 ." - \. ii -•' '4". .• •• at INTERSTATE OFFRAMP ,., ONRAMP illale'rTyk451:11-:-* . te- - "' \ "-. 'lit.0."•-•_4) a USHVVY w.. i tA17..-tVr'''-•;;;.11 7•• ..4•Tt:' ‘..--... '''‘ —fr.' ;".3"" ' Slkii voiri"6 IA • ., . .1.iwijr,'0,1...,-,:,,:),. , .:,,,..4-•---,.• •.. . -4,q1111.-- 4, , mApp. tirl:.- ,.-•' ,7SW-,dr,,,,pole.n 't • - - • Street Names ' --•, •;••,„„ 1 f,,. ,,,,r° -4,,,r•; , 1.! ''''' .1 ir1114:-.', "77414 NI:NANO . , 1,• .iti . . -•'-• • ,,,„ , Ti....,,.i 0:01.,, ••• • II Parks o -- lir,-..•‘'''''a ..0 , . ''",. -74-•,•,1 411.- --,• , gm- •-*,, • r 4 14 ' F.'7)A" .16 Schools •'P--NW,„,4 4 CZ, #_l".' r'N . • o ' , ...i.. :. . 021„..4.,-, e . .eatiOik...g.,...' , • ' ' p,5r, ' .;741,Vo. . Hospitals - 'Y'-; t - I"•'.- ', •••. 1411fti. - ' 1; . "k. : ' 74'--r ": '\.\\...„... . ' 4._: .. ,. ... - - - tkitt AV; .• ' .-1,40.'41"' Public Facilities - • - 441 ---._ - . ./ . . , . ,.,A,.--,-* ,, orii, •4r, : • '"r ' #4,Iskop.„.. ''''... _4, 2,44 _ 11"*.V- if--, ---- I- . City of Temecula Boundary ...v.: ....,: 4.,..,, ...,... .. •,.. ..• 10,1,4 ..t.o. ,• . --.., -,_.././ Sphere of Influence ' ,. -- '`:/ta` oski,.. / tlikk Illt/ ' - 111,1 it ‘''. ' ..i :--r''tio-' Council Districts ' _-_,,• "#1114-,i4: .,i: . •Ar.41,1k 1 W . -,,,,,„ • ii• L. V: WI r• •4. / • A 110.10Vii, 4,_ ' '' 1. : 'i„.-. * "r Ilr. ' LA,-•:',,, ip . . ..ity,k--:%!„co#,'.•!: "..:!•,7 ,. - —• 4' . - • . 't lir. .t.iiitt. ,,, 1, ii#41; - . - -',.. . . . '-'• '.• - . ‘ tv-e. — ....A...at -74,,a, • ‘ ...J, 5, '•,- -A -to ' fk.- 2 J *• ,:-..' • - -_. ' : ".- : 6 ,,, ._,, . 4..:,,,,,„, ,„.„,„„,. _ •iv V'4r..',. ' '-,....117'. A . . • ' - • '' 4f1"lei ; ---P%°Ak'd , ' -IV-11r• / 2'4' ' . ' "r.." ' ' • t ‘•-•,.. s'. • - •44.4 4...44'.' • ''' via, ' 414) '":•.•.-..•.,_...-:_P_•0..•_.1_'1 o'.7_.,1 1_:'4 C'7.„i 4,lo..i7,.4r4e.4.-0'."4l1#.r0.Th..i•tA-"iw4, -‘4 4::i•t \•p7l,:',,..i.I1.i3,.4.• ',k\-k.,.%N.':2N'',•f..,.1t1`..i•7:41'I,itio,1i.t"...,. i. -1-.1,4',t*V',"U6A1„,.1,•:-4':1l1;Sf,4°1,,-nt..o.--' - ..,....7..,,:,''.,,-•,.04-0._,.-.,41-1''C'r1;1:••,',''•0:•-,'-.7r..-'.'..'1'..-. •ftr4:iii0-..-4414ti4i I'i&ii_4i-%it.ti1fi1O,4 tF )0 ,'•••••,••/. •6,-, ; J • 61A " io0".•‘"..'14,,4''-'VM'...4:.‘..l.k.AI‘.kZ/•iv••tti•r•—i!''#1','''A.,..:,# .L-•: . Streets; <N oer values> 406144,.. • ' k 101) . itt,Ate. t,4''...• • i ‘• 44, '',..-v,ii &Foci.... fk .1\...,• •1 _,.0 , ..„,1-1_4-6,, .• • •.,,-. • -.• ...qii\. - .-- . ., . .. 07..•10 . .., ..„,..„ 1... is•;.y•• ro, •,, .•. - . ,liiiiiii. , • It . COLLECTOR . ., . f tilk*,A, 014.7:4?;1 . ' ' c,--..'" kt4 0.'s l'•,.1t4: ,6e, ..' .., •-, . . f4i.„_,... •1 15 000 0 ' 40- c...s. li IVO.• 110::.43.'-3';";: -tit, .'•!--.'' '''.-..'S' . '.". '''1.-` . .,..1,.., ,,,„, • , Notes •„,,e,,,,o, .. 40 - -- .-,---t,.. s. . :•• ii1.4-2, - -. . „ . , .,. 2,500.0 0 1,250.00 2,500.0 Feet This map is a user generated static output from an Internet mapping site and sal is for reference only.Data layers that appear on this map may or may not be accurate,current,or otherwise reliable. WGS_1984_Web_Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere ©Latitude Geographies Group Ltd. THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION ITEM NO. 4 Cancel Public/Traffic Safety Commission Meeting of August 23, 2018 AGENDA REPORT �yovTEMe(G .•Gtiit. C• • I``` . y tSt TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission 'g ��' �y.1. 46444 ® 01A, 1989 `` FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer -'ONs•N¢WO DATE: July 26, 2018 SUBJECT: Item 4 Cancel Public/Traffic Safety Commission Meeting of August 23, 2018 Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 4.1 Direct Staff to cancel the regular meeting of August 23, 2018, and perform the appropriate postings and noticing requirements per the Government Code. BACKGROUND: Due to an upcoming scheduling conflict, it is recommended that the Commission cancel the meeting of August 23, 2018. The next regularly scheduled Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, September 27, 2018. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact. TRAFFIC ENGINEER' S REPORT ov 11.:11/.. 'f,, 1989 MEMORANDUM TO: Pat Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Manager— PW Streets 0 DATE: July 1, 2018 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report for June 2018 CC: Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer, Capital Improvements Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer— Land Development Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst— Capital Improvements Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer ll —Traffic Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist—Traffic Attached please find the Monthly Activity Report for the Month of June 2018 The attached spreadsheets detail the maintenance activities and related costs completed by both in-house crews and maintenance contractors. Attachments: Monthly Activity Report Street Maintenance Division Street Maintenance Contractors Detail Report Contracted Maintenance Work Completed Graffiti Removal Chart MEMORANDUM \\ iii TO: Patrick Thomas,Director of Public Works/City Engineer • FROM: Rodney Tidwell,Maintenance Manager ,/ ` DATE: July I, 2018 '<I 1989 • SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report-June 2018 The following activities were performed by the Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of June 2018: I. SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 39 B. Total signs installed 16 C. Total signs repaired 84 D. Banners Replaced 163 II. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 4l III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A.C. repairs 1,577 B. Total Tons 34 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 65 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 5 D. Bowls 0 V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement 201 VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Total locations 24 B. Total S.F. 3,069 VII. STENCILING A. 253 New and Repainted Legends B. 2,633 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 6 RPMs Installed R\VI AINTAIMMOAC IRPI' Also,City Maintenance staff responded to 71 service order requests ranging from weed abatement,tree trimming,sign repair,A.C. failures, litter removal,and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 65 service order requests for the month of May 2018. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 61 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 June 2018 was$52,023 compared to $8,475 for the month of May 2018. Account No. 5402 $37,098 Account No. 5401 $14,925 Account No.999-5402 $ Electronic Copies: Pat Thomas,City Engineer - Director of Public Works Amer Attar, Principal Civil Engineer - Capital Improvements Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer - Land Development Julie Tarrant, Sr.Management Analyst - Capital Improvements Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic Division Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist - Traffic Division R.''MAiN FAIN\MOACTRPT STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of June 2018 DATE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST ACCOUNT STREET/CHANNEL/BRIDGE OF WORK SIZE CONTRACTOR: Rene's Commercial Management Date:6/4/18 City Wide Channels 2nd Application of post-emergent within City Maintained Channels # 14-18 TOTAL COST $9,250.00 Date:6/5/18 Major Arterials 2nd Application of post-emergent #15-18 TOTAL COST $13,975.00 Date:6/25/18 City Maintained Lots 2nd Application of post-emergent # 17-18 TOTAL COST $8,975.00 Date:6/26/18 Temecula Creek Annual Weed Abatement # 16-18 TOTAL COST $5,675.00 CONTRACTOR: Rene's Commercial Management Date:6/26/18 City Wide Trash&debris clean-up along major arterials #20-18 LOTAL COST $832.00 Date: TOT.A1.COST CONTRACTOR West Coast Arborists Date:6/12/18 Rancho California(it Diaz Removal of 17 trees that were within City ROW TOTAL COS $13,316.00 Date: TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 $14,925 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $37,098 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 R:UNAINTAIMMOACTRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted: July 11,2018 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted By: Patrick Thomas STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION Prepared By Rodney Tidwell FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 4TH QUARTER Apr•1 6 May-18 J Jun-18 I FISCAL YEAR TO DATE - I --� WORK WORK WORK WORK TOTAL COST SCOPE OF WORK Unit Cost COMPLETED COST COMPLETED COST COMPLETED COST COMPLETED COST FOR LAST FISCAL YEAR ASPHALT CONCRETE: Square Footage 52 97 2,017 $ 5,990.49 1,802 5 5,351.94 1,577 ; 4,683.69 0 $ 62,269.02 $ 58,283.28 Tons: 56 9 t 45 34 I 404 Parking Lot Slurry Seal Square Footage: Gallons E PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE: Square Footage: $2.97 0 $ - 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ • $ - PCC Yards: 0 0 0 0 STRIPING&PAVEMENT MARKINGS: Red curb&Striping(linear feet): $0 07 1,525 $ 106.75 0 $ - 2,633 !$ 184.31 42,872 !$ 3,001.04 $ 6,309.52 New 8 Repainted Legends(each): $8 00 442 t$ 3,536.00 204 £5 1,632.00 253 !$ 2,024.00 3,378 !$ 27,024.00 $ 22,744.00 Bull Noses(each): $0 07 0 i$ - 0 $ 0 '$ 195 5 13.65 $ 30.31 Raised Pavement Markers-RPM's(each): 409 3 6 514 Thermo Plastic Legends(each). 0 i0 I 0 0 SIGNS&BANNERS { No of Signs REPLACED: $26 39 63 $ 1,662.57 131 1 tE $ 3,457.09 39 1,029.21 592 E 5 15,622.88 $ 17,628.52 $ 6 Material(cost per sign): $50 00 t$ 3,150.00 !5,550.00 1 5 1,950.00 I 5 29,600.00 $ 33,400.00 No of Signs INSTALLED: $26 39 32 1$ 844.48 6 $ 158.34 16 $ 422.24 238 1 5 6,280.82 $ 4,723.81 Material(cost per sign): $50.00 1$ 1,600.00 $ 300.00 $ 800.00 $ 11,900.00 $ 8,950.00 • No of Signs REPAIRED: 526 39 31 1$ 818.09 88 '5 2,322.32 84 $ 2,216.76 616 $ 16,256.24 $ 8,998 99 Material(cost per sign): $50 00 1$ 1,550.00 I$ 4,400.00 $ 4,200.00 $ 30,800.00 $ 17,050.00 No of BANNERS installed: $26 39 7 '$ 184.73 4 I$ 105.56 163 $ 4,301.57 775 I$ 20,452.25 $ 19,554.99 Christmas Wreaths installed: $26 39 - GRAFFITI REMOVALI 0 I$ $ _ No of Locations: 29 43 24 0 10 Square Footage 2 570 ! 10,195 3,069 0 1 0 DRAINAGE FACILITIES CLEANED Catch Basins: $26.39 83 I$ 2,190.37 85 $ 2,243.15 65 €$ 1,715.35 1,049 5 27,683.11 $ 25,677.47 Down Drains. $26.39 0 ,$ 0 )$ • 0 i$ 26 $ 686.14 $ 659.75 Under sidewalk Drains $26,39 0 $ 0 $ 5 !$ 131.95 314 $ 8,286.46 $ 7,046.13 Detention Basins: $26 39 0 i$ 0 $ - 0 i$ - 2 $ 52.78 $ 316.68 Bridge Deck Drains $26.39 0 i$ - TREES TRIMMED i • No of Trees Trimmed $26 39 17 .$ 448.63 7 €$ 184.73 41 !$ 1,081.99 440 !$ 11,611.60 $ 6,887.79 R.O.W.WEED ABATEMENT j Area Abated(square feet) $0 034 300 $ 10.20 0 $ - 4 201 ,$ 6.83 7,226 !$ 245.68 $ 470.39, The Street Maintenance Division also responds to service requests for a variety of other reasons,the total number of Service Order Requests,some of which include work reported above Is reported monthly. SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS __ __ I 71 787 0 _ No.of SOR's: 69 65 • Personnel assigned to the Street Maintenance Division are on-call and respond to after hours emergencies or support City sponsored special events Overtime Hours $39 59 59 5 $ 2,355.61 111 $ 4,394.49 61 $ 2,414.99 1,123 $ 44,459.57 $ 62,730.36 TOTALS: 7,710 I$ 24,447.92 12,789 I$ 27,642.53 8,342 $ 27,162.89 80,551 1$ 316,245.24 $ 301,431.68 R:IMAINTAINIMDACRPTUULY AUG.SEPT CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION GRAFFITI REMOVAL FISCAL YEAR 2017 - 2018 Number Square ( 12,000 — 70 Month 1 of Calls Footage Jul 45 4,701 10,000 60 Aug 40 11,144 Sep 53 1,999 8,000 Oct 64 1,361 aa)i 40S0 u. Nov 35 1,301 i 6,000 w a) 0 Dec 46 1,823 in 30 z Jan 36 1,019 4,000 Feb 42 1,843 20 Mar 59 3,808 2,000 10 Apr 29 2,570 May 43 10,195 0 111 _ _ I 0 Jun 24 3,069 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Totals 516 44,833 a Square ■Number Footage of Calls POLICE CHIEF ' S REPORT Commission Members July 3, 2018 City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission 41000 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 June 2018. These activities include the following: • Citation statistics(attachment) • Community Action Patrol supported call-outs: None. • CAP Meetings: Held. • Community Action Patrol activity/patrol hours: 187 hours for June 2018. Year-to-date total: 1,515 hours. *There were (18)CAP patrols with (26) members participating. • Training: None. • Special Events: June 2nd: Church of Christ,Appreciation Event—(2)CAP Members June 5th: High School Graduations—(7)CAP Members June 15th: DUI Checkpoint—(4) CAP Members June 21n: Helen Hunt Elementary School—(3)CAP Members June 28th: Helen Hunt Elementary School—(2)CAP Members If you have any questions regarding this package, please do not hesitate to call me at the Temecula Police Department,Traffic Division—(951)696-3072. Sincerely, Corporal Bryan De Loss Temecula Police Department—Traffic Division City of Temecula Traffic Statistics June 2018 Citation Totals Total Hazardous Citations 944 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 1085 Parking Citations 133 Total Citations 2162 Citation Breakdown S.L.A.P. 219 N.E.T. Citations Awaiting update from Crossroads School Zones Seatbelt Citations 45 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions Non-Injury 20 Hit and Run 12 Injury 23 Fatal 0 Total 55 Pedestrian Related Collisions: 3 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D.U. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 40 Total cell phone cites 439 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints/Click it or Ticket Operations/Special Operations City - Wide Red Light Enforcement (SLAP) OTS Funded DUI Checkpoint City - Wide Racing / Exhibition of Speed Enforcement Prepared by Corporal De Loss#2914 July 3, 2018 FIRE CHIEF ' S REPORT Riverside County Fire Department/ CAL FIRE Emergency Incident Statistics 74. CAL FIRE SINCE 1885 n 4 - �,.71EMI Daniel R. Talbot Fire Chief 6/12/2018 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Please refer to Map and Incident by Battalion, Station,Jurisdiction Incidents Reported for the month of May,2018 and Temecula City Page 1 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location. This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Response Activity Incidents Reported for the month of May,2018 and Temecula City •False Alarm 65 8.9% • Haz Mat 3 0.4% •Medical 523 71.4% IIOther Fire 6 0.8% •Other Misc 7 1.0% ,. Public Ser,ce Assist 27 3.7% ■Res Fire 3 0.4% •Standby 4 0.5% •Traffic Collision 92 12.6% ■Vehicle Fire 2 0.3% •Total:Wldlad Fire 1 0.1% Total: 733 100.0% False Alarm 65 Haz Mat 3 Medical 523 Other Fire 6 Other Misc 7 Public Service Assist 27 Res Fire 3 Standby 4 Traffic Collision 92 Vehicle Fire 2 Wildland Fire 1 Incident Total: 733 Average En route to Onscene Times Enroute Time=When a unit has been acknowledged as responding.Onscene Time=When a unit has been acknowledge as being on scene For any other statistic outside Enroute to Onscene please contact theITHelo Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average 0 0 to 5 min 508 163 28 2 4.3 71.9% The following incidents are included in the total number of records but not in the average time HZM,HZMMC,OAC,OAF,OAM,OAMAD,OAMAI,OAMTE,OAMVA,OAP,OAR,OAV,OUT,OOU, LEB, LEO,LEI,BRNPMT,OES,PAA,PAD,PAF,PAO,PAP,HFS,HFSAM,HFSCA,HSBT,HSBTC,HSBTS, HSBTV,HSE,HSG Last Updated 6/12/2018 2 Page 2 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Battalion, Station and Jurisdiction False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Res Standby Traffic Vehicle WildIan T. Alarm Fire Misc Service Fire Collisio Fire d Fire ',,,it, • Pechanqa Temecula 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1` ::2 Station Total 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1:• .. . .� _ 1 0 4 0 ( 0 0 0 1111 0 1: 15 ' `Station 12 Temecula 19 1 86 1 2 5 0 1 28 2 0 14 Temecula .., Station Total 19 1 -_~86 1 2 5 0 1 28 2 0 14: , Station 73 Rancho Temecula 22 0 155 1 1 9 0 1 31 0 0 22, California Station Total 22 0 155 1 1 9 0 1 31 0 0 2 Station 83 French Temecula 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 Valley Station Total 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8. Station 84 Temecula 10 0 131 1 1 10 0 0 14 0 0 16 7 Parkview Station Total 10 0 131 1 1 10 0 0 14 0 0 167 Station 92 Wolf Temecula 11 1 111 0 2 2 3 2 17 0 1 150 Creek Station Total 11 1 111 0 2 2 3 2 17 0 1 15q'''J Station 95 Temecula 3 0 32 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 42' -, - Roripaugh Ranch Station Total 3 0 32 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 42 Battalion Total 65 2 523 i' 4 ,i. 7 rand Total - .1 1 Last Updated 6/12/2018 2 Page 3 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in Incidents by Jurisdiction False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Res Fire Standby Traffic Vehicle WIldland Alarm Fire Misc Service Collision Fire Fire `r'• ' emecula 65 3 523 6 7 27 3 4 92 2 1 -::',11$3.:I GrOd Toted 66 3 523 4 7 27 x Last Updated 6/12/2018 2 Page 4 of 6 `Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Supervisorial District - Summary DISTRICT 3 d'rand CHUCK Total 1 1 . k 0• False Alarm 65 Haz Mat 3 Medical 523_ 5 _ Other Fire 6 Other Misc 7 Public Service Assist 27 27 Res Fire 3 3 Standby 4 4/1 Traffic Collision 92 9 Vehicle Fire 2 Wildland Fire 1 733` Last Updated 6/12/2018 2 Page 5 of 6 incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. MONTH = 5 and YEAR = 2018 and CITYI&AME _ 'Temecula'••4 xis i_.,..„.....„....„�� �,. E __— 11 i jIN\ '+r\1 4p GM IP .40 • • t,, m atrwas 4. • ip, q•se . • ♦ i ! • f ! .., . • • ilt";...'-.."ti... it OP : • •• I • ' ,- Nit t- ..!, 4 '• a iti r 4 0 • a . 11 • • • 41, • • • V $ �w/i • N • • • lowr Zits 4/* • •• atas • nd., # • • s► • ... Aa.on 1.1 4 ' IMiMftM • • I.•` • •' ;lo* 410 • • • •11 • • • • • • • • ""s•Nverneu ••r r _ ,EF de S . ,, ,' r :''f2>*>, 404/41GAC/r6960M1O RV .-_- llahorr01 ; 1 Puwnrf h lip • Pte • ndeaI cal ( t •. �.�J Rivets ide County Fre Station t • zard A Othc.Mita c. Hoz Mat i PSA Reservations ' i' Casinos Riverside County Fire GI S Last Updated 6/12/2018 2 Page 6 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. 2018 City of Temecula Fire Department Emergency Response and Training Totals PUBLIC SAFETY CLASS TOTALS 2018 Class Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total CPR/AED 7 27 16 20 3 73 FIRST AID 9 8 15 4 12 48 HCP 14 1 5 0 13 33 TCC Training 118 0 0 0 0 118 CERT 0 0 0 0 28 28 TEEN CERT 0 0 0 44 0 44 Total 148 36 36 68 56 0 0 0 0 0 0 344 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA 2018 Incident Response Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total COMMERCIAL FIRE 0 ' 2 7 0 + 0 9 FALSE ALARM 68 80 63 70 65 346 HAZ MAT 4 4 7 3 3 21 MEDICAL AID 529 520 581 480 523 2633 MUTT FAMILY DWELLING 0 _ 2 1 0 0 _ _ 3 OTHER FIRE 5 9 3 6 6 29 OTHER MISC. 4 3 4 8 7 26 PSA 42 25 34 41 27 169 RINGING ALARM 1 2 1 0 0 4 RESIDENTIAL FIRE 2 1 2 0 3 _ 8 RESCUE 1 60 2 0 0 63 STANDBY 14 3 3 8 4 32 TRAFFIC COLLISSION 69 _ 0 72 85 92 318 VEHICLE FIRE 1 0 1 4 2 8 WILDLAND FIRE 1 4 1 5 1 12 Total 741 715 782 710 733 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3681 FIRE DEPARTMENT CLASS TOTAL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 900 842 s00 I 700 I 600 500 4ao a 300 207 200 Ug i I� 128 100 68 8? 84 71 36 36 1 U 4 27 0 , 41 0 ii. 1/44,�.1?' /`� �\� ��a �J+t 1J�+ ,c,4) 1/4a t��0o°�`e ��41` ��vt `OOPS 1 1F. P S�Q C �0 04. N, M2017 YTD 02018 YTD 10t MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 36 148 FEBRUARY 16 36 MARCH 11 36 APRIL 112 68 MAY 207 56 JUNE 68 JULY 82 AUGUST 128 SEPTEMBER 84 OCTOBER 71 NOVEMBER 27 DECEMBER 0 TOTAL TO DATE 842 344 FIRE DEPARTMENT TOTAL CALL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 9000 - 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3 2017 YTD 3000 --- ❑2018 YTD 2000 1000 111 J J Z J \ C Q� Q Q Q •k OJ J MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 741 741 FEBRUARY 675 715 MARCH 771 782 APRIL 706 710 MAY 731 733 JUNE 686 JULY 710 AUGUST 704 Sr:Y1 bMBER 648 OCTOBER 735 NOVEMBER 669 DECEMBER 697 TOTAL TO DATE 8473 3681 •,,ter. C.(44` 1,111._ Fire Department Temecula Battalion Fire Stations- Public Education Reporting Month: May Reporting Year: 2018 Reporting 12, 73, 84, 92 Stations: PR and Public Education Programs: Total Number of Events Event Type Total Number of Hours Number of Public Contacts: for Reporting Month 3 School Event 3 200 1 Adult Education 2 20 0 Fair/Safety Expo 0 0 0 Display 0 0 8 Station Tour 12 130 0 Fire Safety Trailer 0 0 0 Other 0 0 Field Inspections: LE-100's (Weed Abatement) Total Number of Initial Field Total Number of Inspections for Reporting 0 LE-100 Inspections for 75 Month Reporting Month Prevention Referrals: Total Number of Re-inspections for Reporting 0 Total Number of Fire Month Prevention Referrals for 4 Reporting Month Significant Events: Provide a brief synopsis of significant TC's, Fires, Near Drowning's, Road Closures etc... Include photos if available. Station 92 assisted with a USMC Cobra auto rotated down with Engine fire, there was no other fire but stayed with aircraft until Military personnel arrived. Also responded to a dryer fire with a $500,000.00. The Fire department along with Engines 12 and 92 assisted and attend the Temecula State of the City. Riverside County Fire Department/ CAL FIRE Emergency Incident Statistics FIRE SINCE 1885 ° sc.or �:• v A. .111111111 .1111 ' SERrr Daniel R. Talbot Fire Chief 7/2/2018 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Please refer to Map and Incident by Battalion,Station,Jurisdiction Incidents Reported for the month of June,2018 and Temecula City Page 1 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Response Activity Incidents Reported for the month of June,2018 and Temecula City • to False Alarm 57 9 5% Haz Mat 2 0.3% •Medical 517 73 1% •Other Fire 7 1 0% •Other Misc 8 1 1% Public Service Assist 27 3 8% •Res Fire 2 0.3% • Standby 13 1.8% •Traffic Collision 59 8 3% I Vehicle Fire 2 0.3% •Wldland Fire 3 0.4% Total: 707 100.0% False Alarm 67 Haz Mat 2 Medical 517 Other Fire 7 Other Misc 8 Public Service Assist 27 Res Fire 2 Standby 13 Traffic Collision 59 Vehicle Fire 2 Wildland Fire 3 Incident Total: 707 Average En route to Onscene Times Enroute Time=When a unit has been acknowledged as responding. Onscene Time=When a unit has been acknowledge as being on scene For any other statistic outside Enroute to Qnscene olease contact the IT Helo Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average 0 0 to 5 min 490 167 19 1 4.2 71.8% The following incidents are included in the total number of records but not in the average time HZM,HZMMC,OAC,OAF,OAM,OAMAD,OAMAI,OAMTE,OAMVA,OAP,OAR,OAV,OUT,OOU, LEB,LEO, LEI, BRNPMT,OES,PAA,PAD,PAF. PAO, PAP,HFS,HFSAM, HFSCA,HSBT, HSBTC,HSBTS, HSBTV,HSE,HSG Last Updated 7/2/2018 3:C Page 2 of 6 'Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in Incidents by Battalion, Station and Jurisdiction False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Res Standby Traffic Vehicle Wildian Total Alarm Fire Misc Service Fire Collisio Fire d Fire lal' Station Pechanga Temecula 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 trict• "2 _ Station Total 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -=a"'cion Total 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ttalion 15 .... 12 Temecula 16 0 109 2 1 10 0 5 26 2 2 emecula Station Total 16 0 109 2 1 10 0 5 26 2 2 Station 73 Rancho Temecula 19 1 159 1 1 5 1 3 15 0 0 20` California Station Total 19 1 159 1 1 5 1 3 15 0 0 Station 83 French Temecula 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 < valley Station Total 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a a" station 84 Temecula 14 0 114 2 3 9 0 2 7 0 0 151, 0arkview Station Total 14 0 114 2 3 9 0 2 7 0 0 15 Station 92 Wolf Temecula 17 1 95 0 3 3 1 2 7 0 0 12' creek Station Total 17 1 95 0 3 3 1 2 7 0 0 12 Station 95 Temecula 0 0 31 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 1 39,-' Roripaugh Ranch Station Total 0 0 31 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 1 39 lattallon Total 66 516 7 77 1:3 59 2 3 701: -rand Total AI 67 ? 17 r 11 9 107`. Last Updated 7/2/2018 3:C Page 3 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Jurisdiction False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Publk Res Fire Standby Traffic Vehicle Wildland Tow Alarm Fire Mlac Service Collision Fire Fire emecule 67 2 517 7 8 27 2 13 59 2 3 707 Grind Total 67 2 517 7 8 27 2 13 59 2 3 707 Last Updated 7/2/2018 3•C Page 4 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Supervisorial District - Summary s DISTRICT 3 CHUCK WASHINGTON False Alarm 67 Haz Mat 2 Medical 517 Other Fire 7 Other Misc 8 Public Service Assist 27 Res Fire 2 Standby 13 Traffic Collision 59 Vehicle Fire 2 Wildland Fire 3 Last Updated 7/2/2018 3:C Page 5 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. MONTH = 6 and YEAR = 2018 and CITYNAME _ 'Temecula' • •• Station 9S 41. • *• • • r er 46 • 0 • -4e 4 la a -, y • .146 , * . • ! ••• • e •.. ~ ! • , • •• • I- •• Ilk 11111 • • l i• • •� �� ts O. ••. ! f , . • • 41400 :• t • • ' • Tern1154PV • • • 1stal a..t• ce.� a •• •• eiop • • Y •• •ilt% •• •• �• •• •` ` • ft • IP li1 • 5 • • •Arsoire .., • . ill • •�. • •o`• .• • • • I . • . I • • t4 • • ._ • Pt ctt arc�►c nk`eiu+'o 00 �� • • V git+' t 4atinw07 { it i '-'1. './ s,. .rr \S 1 • .. �� ..>' ...,Peehanga __,b i I� 4T4iN • F I prje nff 411\ ii • Fre • hteeicel Rive+sitleCount), Firest3ticn • Hars,d • Otte..Mbc HOS A,tot • PSC - Reset gni ons ' Casinos R vervee C County Fire Gi S Last Updated 7/2/2018 3C Page 6 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. 2018 City of Temecula Fire Department Emergency Response and Training Totals PUBLIC SAFETY CLASS TOTALS 2018 Class Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total CPR/AED 7 27 16 20 3 36 109 FIRST AID 9 8 15 4 12 25 73 HCP 14 1 5 _ 0 13 1 34 TCC Training 118 0 0 0 0 0 118 CERT 0 0 0 0 28 0 28 TEEN CERT 0 0 0 44 0 0 44 Total 148 36 36 68 56 62 0 0 0 0 0 0 406 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA 2018 Incident Response Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total COMMERCIAL FIRE 0 2 7 - 0 0 0 - 9 FALSE ALARM 68 80 63 70 65 67 _ 413 HAZ MAT 4 4 7 3 3 2 23 MEDICAL AID 529 520 581 480 523 517 3150 MUTI FAMILY DWELLING 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 OTHER FIRE 5 9 3 6 6 7 36 OTHER MISC. 4 3 4 8 7 8 34 PSA 42 25 _ 34 41 _ 27 27 196 RINGING ALARM 1 2 _ 1 0 0 0 4 RESIDENTIAL FIRE 2 1 2 0 3 2 10 RESCUE 1 60 2 0 0 0 63 STANDBY 14 3 3 8 4 13 — 45 TRAFFIC COLLISSION 69 0 72 85 92 59 _ 377 VEHICLE FIRE 1 0 1 4 2 2 10 WILDLAND FIRE 1 4 1 5 1 3 15 Total 741 715 782 710 733 707 0 0 0 0 0 0 4388 FIRE DEPARTMENT CLASS TOTAL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 900 842 800 700 600 500 400 300 207 200 148 112 128 68 2 82 84 71 100 �3e� 1 3� P1811y 6 i 27 raIli 11 0 0 NY <,<0 �EOQ.>- �PQL� PQQ\. �P+ ,J�� N PJ(.0 ��,p. Off, �4, 6�4. �, �� ��J OL P� M2017 YTD 02018 YTD t�� MONTH 2017 vrn 2018 YTD JANUARY 36 148 FEBRUARY 16 36 MARCH 11 36 APRIL 112 68 MAY 207 56 JUNE 68 62 JULY 82 AUGUST 128 SEPTEMBER 84 OCTOBER 71 NOVEMBER 27 DECEMBER 0 TOTAL TO DATE 842 406 FIRE DEPARTMENT TOTAL CALL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 9000 8000 --- - -- ----- 7000 6000 5000 4000 8 2017 YTD 3000 02018 YTD 2000 1000 IIIp Q, st- C,j ,, J Q JN- c., Q %P Q Q •f. 1pJP �c04JP `SP% PQM e �J) \ PJC5 '�F`S0� e ,* LF`S0� �poPt ,c) MONTH 2017 YTD _ 2018 YTD JANUARY 741 741 FEBRUARY 675 715 MARCH 771 782 APRIL 706 710 MAY 731 733 JUNE 686 707 JULY 710 AUGUST 704 SEPTEMBER 648 OCTOBER 735 NOVEMBER 669 DECEMBER 697 TOTAL TO DATE 8473 4388 ANL Jai C71")"" rgil"fl"1- Fire Department Temecula Battalion Fire Stations- Public Education Reporting Month: June Reporting Year: 2018 Reporting 12, 73, 84, 92 Stations: PR and Public Education Programs: Total Number of Events Event Type Total Number of Hours Number of Public Contacts: for Reporting Month 4 School Event 8 200 • 0 Adult Education 0 0 1 Fair/Safety Expo 3 200 0 Display 0 0 4 Station Tour 6 163 0 Fire Safety Trailer 0 0 17 Other 4 90 Field Inspections: LE-100's (Weed Abatement) Total Number of Initial Field Total Number of Inspections for Reporting 0 LE-100 Inspections for 0 Month Reporting Month Prevention Referrals: Total Number of Re-inspections for Reporting 0 Total Number of Fire Month Prevention Referrals for 4 Reporting Month Significant Events: Provide a brief synopsis of significant TC's, Fires, Near Drowning's, Road Closures etc... Include photos if available. The Department responded to several incidents, we had several engines respond to 7 car accident on the 15 Freeway that involved an overturned big, the engine companies had to use cut and rescue. There was only 2 major injuries and 6 minor injuries. The freeway remained closed for 7 hours while they cleaned up the incident. Fire Station 73 and T-73 hosted a dinner with Firefighters. Fire Station 12 hosted several tours for the visitors that attend the weekly farmers market.