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092718 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, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Vice Chair Person Carter FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Moses 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 July 26, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of July 26, 2018. 1 COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Neighborhood Traffic Calming on Channel Street — Butterfield Stage Road to Chaote Street RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Recommend the City Council adopt a Resolution establishing Multi-Way Stop Controls at the intersection of Channel Street at Dorchester Road/Heath Lane. 2.2 Direct Staff to present potential neighborhood traffic calming alternatives to the Redhawk HOA, Board of Directors. 2.3 Direct Staff to implement the preferred traffic calming alternatives. 3. Review of Protected/Permissive Traffic Signal Operation RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Receive and file the report. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, October 25, 2018, 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 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(4 1000 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 July 26, 2018 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION 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 (6:00 PM) FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Hagel ROLL CALL: Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan Commissioner Carter was absent. PRESENTATIONS: None PUBLIC COMMENTS COMMISSION REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of June 28, 2018 — Approved staff recommendation (4-0-1) with a motion made by Commissioner Richardson and seconded by Commissioner Hagel. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan; Commissioner Carter was absent. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of June 28, 2018. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Old Town Front Street—Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements—Discussion only/No action required. 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. 1 3. Redhawk Parkway and Vail Ranch Parkway Traffic Conditions — Approved staff recommendation (4-0-1)with a motion made by Commissioner Hagel and seconded by Commissioner Moses. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan; Commissioner Carter was absent. 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. Speakers on this item: Dawn Hodges, George Niotta 4. Cancel Public/Traffic Safety Commission Meeting of August 23, 2018 — Approved staff recommendation(4-0-1)with a motion made by Commissioner Richardson and seconded by Commissioner Moses. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan; Commissioner Carter was absent. 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 FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT—The meeting adjourned at 6:54 PM. 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. Bradley Sullivan Patrick A. Thomas Chairperson Director of Public Works/City Engineer 2 ITEM NO. 2 Neighborhood Traffic Calming on Channel Street — Butterfield Stage Road to Choate Street AGENDA REPORT pFTEATECG� TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission % 1989 FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Item 2 Neighborhood Traffic Calming on Channel Street — Butterfield Stage Road to Chaote Street Prepared By: Erick Escobedo, Assistant Engineer- Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Recommend the City Council adopt a Resolution establishing Multi-Way Stop Controls at the intersection of Channel Street at Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane. 2.2 Direct Staff to present potential neighborhood traffic calming alternatives to the Redhawk HOA, Board of Directors. 2.3 Direct Staff to implement the preferred traffic calming alternatives. BACKGROUND: Staff received a request from the Redhawk Homeowner's Association to review the feasibility of implementing multi-way stop signs and traffic calming measures to reduce vehicular speeds on Channel Street. Channel Street is a forty-four (44) foot wide residential roadway that functions as a residential collector roadway providing access to numerous single family residences between Butterfield Stage Rd and Nighthawk Pass. The speed limit of 35 MPH is posted on this segment of Channel Street. Channel Street reduces to a forty (40) foot wide residential roadway east of Chaote Street. The speed limit of 25 MPH is posted on this segment of Channel Street. The Average Daily Traffic (ADT) volume on Channel Street is approximately 644 ADT west of Chaote Street, 561 ADT east of Chaote Street, 1,283 ADT west of Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane, and 1,140 ADT east of Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane. Chaote Street is a forty-four (44) foot wide residential roadway that functions as a residential collector roadway providing access to numerous single family residences between Channel Street and Nighthawk Pass. The prima facie speed limit of 25 MPH is posted on Chaote Street. Chaote Street carries approximately 250 ADT between Channel Street and Nighthawk Pass. Dorchester Drive is a forty (40) foot wide residential roadway that provides access to numerous single family residences south of Channel Street. The prima facie speed limit of 25 MPH is posted on Dorchester Drive. Dorchester Drive carries approximately 105 ADT. 1 Heath Lane is a forty (40) foot wide gated private driveway that provides access to numerous multi family residences north of Channel Street. Heath Lane carries approximately 296 ADT at Channel Street. In August 2018, Staff collected vehicular speed and volume data, which included entering volume data at the intersections of Channel Street at Chaote Street and Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane. The volume data was used to establish circulation patterns and determine potential "cut- through" traffic volumes. 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 at the two (2) intersections. Although vehicular speeds are not a factor considered in a multi-way stop warrant analysis, speed data was collected on Channel Street over a three (3) day period from August 28, 2018 to August 30, 2018, to determine prevailing speeds and confirm resident's concerns about excessive vehicular speeds. The prevailing speeds are shown in the Table below: Location 85`h Percentile Speed Chaote Street to Buttefeld Stage Road 36 MPH Butterfield Stage Road to Chaote Street 33 MPH As shown, the 85th percentile speeds on Channel Street are consistent with speeds observed on other residential roadways that function as residential collector roadways. An evaluation of sight distance was performed at both intersections. A minimum unobstructed sight distance of 250 feet is required for the posted 35 mph speed limit west of Chaote Street and 150 feet for the posted 25 mph speed limit east of Chaote Street. The results of the evaluation are shown in the Table below: Sight Distance Required Visibility Location Posted 35 MPH Dorchester Drive • Looking West 185' 250' • Looking East 480' 250' Heath Lane • Looking West 200' 250' • Looking East 500' 250' Chaote Street • Looking West 525' 250' Sight Distance Required Visibility Location Posted 25 MPH Chaote Street • Looking East 220' 150' 2 As shown, the visibility at the intersection is appropriate for conditions at Chaote Street. However, the visibility at Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane falls below the required minimum distance due to roadway alignment and landscaping constraints. A review of intersection and mid-block collision history was performed on Channel Street. The intersection collision history for the twelve (12) month period from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018, indicates there were no reported collisions at the three (3) intersections studied. The mid-block collision history performed on Channel Street between Butterfield Stage Rd and Chaote Street for the thirty-six (36) month period from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018, indicates there were no reported collisions along Channel Street. The favorable records are attributed to driver familiarity with roadway conditions and exercising due care when entering and travelling on Channel Street. The Multi-Way Stop Sign Installation Policy for Residential Streets' warrant criteria was used to evaluate the need for multi-way stop signs at the intersections of Channel Street at Dorchester Dr/Heath Lane and Chaote Street. 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 extending 600 feet or more away from the intersection on at least three (3) of the legs,- c) egs;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: • 150 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. 3 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 two (2) intersections indicates that Warrants 1, 2, and 3 are not satisfied and multi-way stop signs are not justified. The Policy does however provide the flexibility to consider multi-way stop signs at locations where there is a need to provide right-of-way control to eliminate conflicts between vehicles due to visibility constraints. An evaluation of the intersection sight distance criteria indicates there is justification for multi-way stop signs at the intersection of Channel Street at Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane due to limited sight distance. A copy of the warrant analysis is attached as Exhibit °B". Staff recommends establishing multi-way stop controls at the intersection of Channel Street and Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane and maintaining the present level of control at the other intersections along Channel Street. As mentioned, the HOA's request was to consider the feasibility of implementing traffic calming measures on Channel Street between Butterfield Stage Road and Chaote Street to reduce vehicular speeds. There are a number of traffic calming measures available that have been proven effective at other locations throughout the City. The measures include: edgeline striping, painted medians, bike lanes, striped parking lanes and the use of the VCalm speed display signs. Staff recommends presenting these potential neighborhood traffic calming alternatives to the Redhawk HOA, Board of Directors for their concurrence on a preferred alternative to be implemented. 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 installing signs and associated pavement markings. Adequate funds are available in the Traffic Division's operating budget. Attachment: 1. Location Map 2. Multi-Way Stop Warrant Analysis 3. Traffic Calming Alternatives 4 711E CITY Of TEMECULA LOCATION MAP owl" ^ alq.. y�r 117 l 7•�! It I�' _sf.�' { FW!�'.r.�y, �y Y:. '►- -x tY' ,�A�Y Ott ' -�� �, t - ' - •-;r* ,' ,'. fit r. , Legend Jd - -;. �.. Parcels •., + ! ..*1r �.! �4*y+^J, "'„�' a ?_, ; City of Temecula Boundary Y .ti. ••""" r ,moi' f. ��,i'� r ' JL LP ` � r cju'AW6• 40 r, 1: 9,027 Notes 1,504.5 0 752.25 1,504.5 Feet 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 Geographics Group Ltd. THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION MULTI-WAY STOP WARRANT (Residential Streets) Major Street: Channel Street Critical Approach Speed 35 MPH Minor Street: Dorchester Drive/Heath Lane Critical Approach Speed 25 MPH Wararnts 1,2,and 3 Must Be Satisfied 1. Minimum Vehicular Volume Satisfied Yes No �X MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 7-8 AM 8-9 AM 2-3 PM 3-4 PM -5 PrA 5-6 PM 6-7 PM 7-8 PM Hour Total All Approaches 300 120 191 172 199 164 183 180 157 Combined Vehicular Ped Volume Minor Street 100 25 32 36 26 26 28 21 17 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 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 C. The vehicular volumes on both streets are nearly equal to a forty/sixty percent(40/60%) split,and Yes No 0 D. Both streets are 44 feet wide or narrower. Yes 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 No �X 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 MULTI-WAY STOP WARRANT (Residential Streets) Major Street: Channel Street Critical Approach Speed 35 MPH Minor Street: Chaote Street Critical Approach Speed 25 MPH Wararnts 1,2,and 3 Must Be Satisfied 1. Minimum Vehicular Volume Satisfied Yes No �X MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 7-8 AM 8-9 AM 2-3 PM 3-4 PM 4-5 PM 5-6 PM 6-7 PM 7-8 PM Hour Total All Approaches 300 84 84 109 91 78 92 82 63 Combined Vehicular Ped Volume Minor Street 100 34 22 36 20 19 16 13 14 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 No �X 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 C. The vehicular volumes on both streets are nearly equal to a forty/sixty percent(40/60%) split,and Yes No �X D. Both streets are 44 feet wide or narrower. Yes No Options(Other Criteria That May Be Considered) Satisfied 4. Visibility The intersection sight distance is less than: Yes No �X 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 No �X 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 STAGE 1 - EDUCATION LED SPEED LIMIT ADVISORY SIGN Speed Limit Advisory signs perform the same functions as the radar trailer but are mounted on poles and can be deployed on a roadway for extended periods of time, as required. The LED Speed Limit Advisory sign is capable of measuring "real time" vehicular speeds which is relayed back to the drivers. The display will flash when vehicular speeds exceed the posted speed limit. SPED LIMIT 2. YOUR SPEED Advantages Disadvantages • Educational tool . Requires periodic enforcement • Real time speed feedback . Only effective for one direction of • Useful especially in areas where travel spot speed reduction is necessary • Long term effectiveness uncertain • Can be a semi permanent installation STAGE 1 - ENFORCEMENT TRADITONAL ENFORCEMENT This action is intended to modify driver behavior that will result in safer conditions by periodic monitoring of speeding and other violations by the police department. Advantages Disadvantages • Good temporary public relations • Effect is not permanent tool . Enforcement is an expensive tool • Serves to inform public that • Can be time consuming speeding is unacceptable behavior for which there are consequences STAGE 2 - ROADWAY FEATURES PAVEMENT MARKINGS/STRIPING This feature narrows the travel way by striping a centerline and an edge line or bike lane along a segment of roadway. s a° �!M I Advantages Disadvantages • Inexpensive • May not be as effective as other • May reduce speed physical improvements • Edge treatment increases • May eliminate on-street parking pedestrian and bicyclists safety • Low maintenance __ STAGE 2 - ROADWAY FEATURES MID-BLOCK MEDIAN This roadway feature can be a raised or painted median located along the centerline of the roadway at mid-block locations. Effectively the median provides a narrowing of the travel lanes at strategic locations. ter._. .. -.. l_ je Advantages Disadvantages • May be landscaped to provide • May require elimination of on-street visual amenity and neighborhood parking identity • May affect driveway access • May be used on wide streets to • May create unnecessary u-turns at narrow the travel lanes mid-block locations • Provides a barrier between travel j • Landscaping may create visibility lanes constraints • Landscaping may be costly to install and maintain 0 May affect roadway drainage ITEM NO. 3 Review of Protected/Permissive Traffic Signal Operation AGENDA REPORT �ypfTEut TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission ��O 1989 FROM: �'� Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Item 3 Review of Protected/Permissive Traffic Signal Operation PREPARED BY: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Receive and file the report. BACKGROUND: The long standing practice of traffic signal control in the City of Temecula has been to provide Protected Left-Turn Signals (green arrow indication) at all arterial intersections and at high volume intersecting driveways. The rationale behind this practice is to maintain traffic control uniformity throughout the city and reduce motorist confusion at signalized intersections. Under this operation motorists are given the right-of-way to complete left-turn movements free of any other traffic conflicts during the green arrow indication. This is followed by a yellow arrow, which warns motorists that the left-turn indication is ending and a red arrow indication is following, which prohibits left-turns. The operation is useful and provides a level of safety for motorists, but when there is no traffic it can cause unnecessary delays at an intersection. In an effort to address some of the delays caused by the Protected Left-Turn Signal operation, Staff is exploring the feasibility of implementing Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals at intersections where left-turn volumes may fluctuate during peak periods and the need for a protected phase is not necessary at all times. The Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals function similar to a Protected Left-Turn Signal operation by providing the usual green arrow indication followed by the yellow arrow. However, after the yellow arrow has terminated motorists are faced with a green ball indication (no red arrow), which allows motorists to make left-turns when there are adequate gaps in opposing through traffic. This type of left-turn phasing is designed to minimize delays by eliminating the need for the red arrow. By eliminating the red arrow motorists do not have to sit and wait to turn left even when there is no opposing traffic, a situation that occurs during periods of low traffic volumes. The signal still provides a protected green arrow indication during peak periods when left-turn traffic is heavy but during off-peak periods when volumes are low the operation provides a permissive green ball indication. The primary advantages of the Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals are: • A reduction in delays, because motorists can execute left-turns during the green ball indication and • A reduction to cycle lengths because less time is needed for the protected green arrow indication. Currently, Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals are being proposed with the installation of the new traffic signal at the intersection of Redhawk Parkway at EI Chimisal Road/Tehachapi Pass. The proposed traffic signal will provide Protected/Permissive Left-Turn phasing on EI Chimisal Road and Tehachapi Pass. The proposed operation will provide Protected Left-Turn phasing during peak traffic conditions such as school peak periods and PM peak periods. During non-peak periods the left-turn movement will revert to a Permissive operation. A sign will also be added to the mast arm indicating that left-turn traffic must yield to oncoming traffic during the Permissive operation for the left-turn movement. Along with the traffic signal installation at Redhawk Parkway at EI Chimisal Road/Tehachapi Pass, Staff recently submitted a Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Grant Application to compete for Federal funds to install Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals at the following intersections: • Winchester Road at Enterprise Circle • Margarita Road at Verdes Lane • Ynez Road at Town Center North • Ynez Road at Town Center South • Redhawk Parkway at Paseo Parallon/Overland Trail The City's estimated cost for implementation of the five(5) Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Signals is approximately $566,900. The total Federal funds available for HSIP Cycle 9 improvements is approximately $140 to $160 million, which is expected to be programmed in Federal Fiscal Year 2019. Staff recommends the Public/Traffic Safety Commission receive and file the report. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process. FISCAL IMPACT: No fiscal impact associated with the Staff recommendation. ATTACHMENT: 1. Typical Signal Indications TYPICAL SIGNAL INDICATIONS w 0 PROTECTED LEFT-TURN SIGNAL Lm tool YIELD 0/1 6R/fN • t t PROTECTED/PERMISSIVE LEFT-TURN SIGNAL Opposing through sigral ORP,,,,,J oil[uon drWaY".d rrw%vn r _ 1 i All red 2 _ Protected left turn ©4, Clearance interval 3 (end protected left-turn) .t Permissive phase 5 ` Change interval r �,r (Yellow trap) Opposing through s � 1 phase indication still green 5 TRAFFIC ENGINEER' S REPORT 1989 MEMORANDUM TO: Pat Thomas, Director of Public Works FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Manager— PW Streets DATE: August 1, 2018 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report for July, 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 II —Traffic Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist—Traffic Attached please find the Monthly Activity Report for the Month of July, 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 TO: Patrick Thomas,Director of Public Works/City Engineer FROM: Rodney Tidwell,Maintenance ManageD? -N DATE: August 1,2018 1989 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report-July 2018 The following activities were performed by the Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of July 2018: 1. SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 33 B. Total signs installed 16 C. Total signs repaired 18 D. Banners Replaced 6 11. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 51 III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A.C.repairs 889 B. Total Tons 19.5 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 81 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D. Bowls Q V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement 0 V1. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Total locations 28 B. Total S.F. 767 VII. STENCILING A. 630 New and Repainted Legends B. 1.059 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 12 RPMs Installed R:MA1NTA1NNOACTRPT Also,City Maintenance staff responded to U service order requests ranging from weed abatement,tree trimming,sign repair,A.C. failures,litter removal,and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 21 service order requests for the month of June 2018. The Maintenance Crew has also put in M 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 July 2018 was SSS,806.10 compared to 552023.00 for the month of June 2018. Account No. 5402 $SS,806.10 Account No. 5401 $ 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 MAINTAINNOACTRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted August 3,2018 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted By Patrick Thomas STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION Prepared By Rodney Tidwell FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 1ST QUARTER Jul-18 1B Sep-18 1 FISCAL YEAR TO DATE 1 SCOPE OF WORK Unit Cost WORK ( COSTWORK COST WORK k COST I WORK i COST TOTAL COST FOR COMPLETED i COMPLETED COMPLETED 1 COMPLETED ( LAST FNWAL YEAR ASPHALT CONCRETE: I I Square Footage: $297 889 is $ I 889 f Tons: 20 i 20 Parking Lot Slurry Seal Square Footage. 1 t Gallons. f 1 i j I PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE Square Footage. $297 0 is 0 is - 0 f - 0 :s i - PCC Yards: 0 ! 0 0 i 0 STRIPING i PAVEMENT MARKV48: ( f 1 Red curb 8 Striping(linear feet) $007 1,059 $ 74.13 $ - f S 1 1 059 $ 74.13 New&Repainted Legends(each): 58,00 630 'f 5,040.00 f I 630 f 5,040.00 Bull Noses(each): $007 0 $ - 0 $ - 0 f - 0 I$ - S Raised Pavement Markers-RPM's leach): 13 f 0 0 t 13 13 Thermo Plastic Legends(each). 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 SIGNS&BANNERS f I No of Signs REPLACED: $2639 33 $ 870.87 Q f S - 1 33f 870.87 Material(cost per sign): $50.00 5 1,650.00 i f f - 's 1,650.00 r f i No of Signs INSTALLED: $2639 16 $ 42224 n$ 16 i t 422.24 Material(cost per sign). $50.00 $ 800.00f - - I i$ 800.00 tf I No of Signs REPAIRED: $2539 18 $ 475.02 t I f t S t8 �$ 475.02 Material(cost per sign). $5000 $ 900.00 S - $ f 900.00 i 1 No of BANNERS installed $2639 6 $ 158.34 0 $ - is - _ :S 158.34 t Christmas Wreaths Installed: $26.39 $ 0 is C $ I 0 is 8 GRAFFTTI REMOVAL No of Locations. 28 I 28 Square Footage. 767 I 767 DRAINAGE FACILITIES CLEANED Catch Basins. $2639 81 $ 2,137.59f - - S I 81 f 2,137.59 Down Drains $2639 0f $ 0 $ I 0 t f Under sidewalk Drains $2639 0 i $ - 0 $ 0 f - Detention Basins: $2639 0 $ - $ - 0 j$ I 0 t i - Bridge Deck Drains: $2639 0 $ - $ - 0 f i 0 $ - TREES TRIMMED No of Trees Trimmed $2539 51 $ 1,345.89 f - f - ; 51 1$ 1,345.89 R.O.W.WEED ABATEMENT Area Abated(square feet): 30034 0 ;f 0 f - S - I 0 f - 1 The Street Maintenance Division also responds to service requests,the total number of Service Older Requests,some of which include work reported above is reported monthly. SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS i No of SOR's: 62 62 f Personnel assigned to the Street Maintenance Division am on-call and respond to after hours emergencies or support City sponsored special events { I Overtime Hours. $3959 141 $ 5,582.19 f - `S - 141 $ 5,582.19 TOTALS: 3,914 f 19,458.27 0 i f 0 i f 1 3,814 f 19A516.27 RNAAINTAINWIDACRPTJUL Y AUG SEPT STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of July 2018 DATE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST ACCOUNT STREET/CHANNEL/BRID . - OF WORK $ CONTRACTOR: West Coast Arborists Date:7/15/18 Rancho California Road(C�Ridge Park Tree and stump removal # 138488 TOTAL COST $13,3 50.00 Date:7/l5/18 City wide Annual ROW tree trimming # 138492 TOTAL COST $27,296.10 Date: TOTAL COST Date: TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Miko Mountain Lion,Inc. Date:7/17/18 Roripaugh Pedestrian Bridge Concrete and handrails repairs 4 1182 TOTAL COST $15,160.00 Date: TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Date: TOTAL COST Date: TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $55,806.10 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 RWAIN7'AMMOACTRPT w , 198 9 MEMORANDUM TO: Pat Thomas, Director of Public Works FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Manager— PW Streets DATE: September 1, 2018 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report for August, 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 II —Traffic Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist—Traffic Attached please find the Monthly Activity Report for the Month of August, 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 TO: Patrick Thomas,Director of Public Works/City Engineer FROM: Rodney Tidwell,Maintenance Manager {t DATE: September 1,2018 (989 SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report-August 2018 The following activities were performed by the Street'Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of August 2018: L SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 61 B. Total signs installed 57 C. Total signs repaired 38 D. Banners Replaced 0 11. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 67 III. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A.C.repairs 1,205 sf B. Total Tons 11 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 4 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D. Bowls 0 V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement 75 sf VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Total locations 12 B. Total S.F. 742 sf V11. STENCILING A. 1,168 New and Repainted Legends B. 5,060 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 0 RPMs Installed Also,City Maintenance staff responded to service order requests ranging from weed abatement,tree trimming,sign repair, A.C.failures,litter removal,and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 62 service order requests for the month of July 2018. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 54 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 August 2018 was S 30,208.65 compared to SSS.806.10 for the month of July 2018. Account No. 5402 $ Account No. 5401 $30,208.65 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 IMAINI-AINNOACTRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted. September 1,2018 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted By Patrick Thomas STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION Prepared By: Rodney Tidwell FISCAL YEAR 2016-2019 1 ST QUARTER _ JUI-18 •18 18 I FISCAL YEAR TO DATE SCOPE OF WORK Unit WORK COST WORK COST WORK ! COST WORK I COST TOTAL COST FOR COMPLETED COMPLETED ! COMPLETED i I COMPLETED i LAST FISCAL YEAR ASPHALT CONCRETE: Square Footage. $297 889 1,205 { 3,578.85 $ 1 2,094 $ 3,576.85 Tons. 20 11 31 Parking Lot Slurry Seal Square Footage. 1 Gallons. I PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE i I Square Footage. $297 0 $ - 0 ?_ 0 j$ - 1 0 $ - $ I PCC Yards: 0 0 0 1 0 i 1 STRIPING d PAVEMENT MARKINGS: 1 ! Red curb 8 Striping(linear feet- $007 1,059 $ 74.13 5,060 f 354.20 €_ 1 6,119 j$ 428.33 New 8 Repainted Legends(each). $800 630 S 5,040.00 1,168 $ 8,344.00 $ 1 1,798 { 14,384.00 Bull Noses(each). $007 0 $ 0 $ 0 f 0 $ S Raised Pavement Markers-RPM'S(each): 13 0 0 ! 1 13 13 Thermo Plastic Legends(each): 0 0 i 0 I 0 0 0 ( 0 t I SIGNS S BANNERS I No of Signs REPLACED: $2639 33 $ 870.87 61 $ 1,608.78 : I 94 >; 2,480.66 Material(cost per sign)- $5000 i$ 1,650.00 :$ 3,050.00 : •f 4,700.00 I No of Signs INSTALLED $2639 16 $ 422.24 57 i$ 1,504.23 f - I 73 : 1,926.47 Material(cost per sign) $5000 $ 800.00 $ 2,850.00 { $ 3,650.00 �$ I No of Signs REPAIRED $2639 18 :$ 475.02 38 `$ 1,002.82 - I 56 $ 1,477.84 Material(cost per sign). $5000 f$ 900.00 $ 1,900.00 $ - $ 2,800.00 i I t No of BANNERS installed $2639 6 $ 158.34 0 $ $ - 6 $ 158.34 Christmas Wreaths Installed. S2639 i$ 0 '$ 0 1$ - 1 0 $ _ S GRAFFITI REMOVAL No of Locations, 28 ! 12 1 40 Square Footage'. 767 742 : I 1,509 DRAINAGE FACILITIES CLEANED _ i 1 _ Catch basins. $26.39 81 $ 2,137.59 4 $ 105.56 $ 1 85 $ 2,243.15 Down Drains: $2639 0 $ - :$ 0 -$ 1 0 $ Under sidewalk Drains $2639 0 $ $ 0 $ 0 $ Detention Basins. $2639 0 $ - $ - U $ - I 0 $ Bridge Deck Drains: $2639 0 $ - U $ - U j$ 0 $ TREES TRIMMED I No of Trees Trimmed. $2639 51 $ 1,345.89 67 1,768.13 ',$ � 118 5 3,114.02 - i h R.O.W.WEED ABATEMENT 1 Area Abated(square feet) $0034 0 S 75 $ 2.55 $ - i 75 ;$ 2.55 The Street Maa Winaaa a 0""iso re"Wrids to Cervica naidea,do fop)raartber of Servla Order Raquasp,8oarte of vdkh Ywlude arms fopottW abaw Is Irpmffd tra tly. SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS i I i I No of SOR's E2 46 108 Personnel assigned to the Street Maintenance Division are on-call and respond to after hours emergencles or support City sponsored special evert I 1 Dvemme,Hours. S3959 141 $ 5,582.19 >' $ 2,137.86 $ 195 $ 7,720.05 1 TOTALS: 3 $ 18,456.27 81600 1 5 28,207.89 0 $ 1 12,414 $ 48,664.26 R MAINTAINNOACRPTUIKY AUG SEPT STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of August 2018 DATE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST ACCOUNT STREET/CHANNEL/BRIDGE OF WORK SIZE CONTRACTOR: West Coast Arborist,Inc. Date:7/15/18 City Wide Annual ROW Tree"Trimming # 138492 TOTAL COST $27,2%.10 Date:7/31/18 City Wide Annual ROW Tree Trimming # 13899; TOTAL COST $2,099.20 Date: 8/1 S/18 Annual ROW I ree I rimming City Wide # 139S26 TOTAL COST $813.35 Date: TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Date: TOTAL COST Date: ## TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Date: TOTAL COST Date: rTOTALCOST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $30,208.65 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 RIMAINT.AIMMOACTRPT CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION GRAFFITI REMOVAL FISCAL YEAR 2018 - 2019 Number Square 900 3 ' Month of Calls Footage aao Jul 28 767 Aug 700 J Sep 600 zc Octcu N CU 500 Nov a Deca 400 -------- d An Z Jan 300 10 Feb 200 Mar 5 Apr ' loo i May 0 0 Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Totals 28 767 a Square a Number L Footage of Calls CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION GRAFFITI REMOVAL FISCAL YEAR 2018 - 2019 Month Number I Square 900 30 of Calls Footage 800 Jul 28 767 25 Aug 12 742 700 Sep 600 20 Oct d 500 Nov a u m 15 C Dec c 400 - c z Jan 300 u Feb 200 Mar Apr 100 May 0 - Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Totals 40 1,509 aSquare ■Number Footage of Calls POLICE CHIEF ' S REPORT Commission Members August 7,2018 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 July 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: 200 hours for July 2018. Year-to-date total: 1,715 hours. *There were(19)CAP patrols with (27) members participating. • Training: None. • Special Events: July 4th: 4'h July parade and firework show(3)CAP Members(2) Reserves Deputies July 20": Grand Opening Chevron/Starbucks Center 79south—(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 July 2018 Citation Totals Total Hazardous Citations 543 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 577 Parking Citations 130 Total Citations 1250 Citation Breakdown S.L.A.P. 193 N.E.T. Citations Awaiting update from Crossroads School Zones Summer Break Seatbelt Citations 24 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions Non-Injury 19 Hit and Run 14 Injury 26 Fatal 0 Total 59 Pedestrian Related Collisions: 3 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D.U.I. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 41 Total cell phone cites (23123 & 23124 CVC) 164 Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints/Click it or Ticket Operations/Special Operations City - Wide Red Light Enforcement (SLAP) Prepared by Corporal De Loss#2914 August 7, 2018 Commission Members September 5, 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 August 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: 152 hours for August 2018. Year-to-date total: 1,867 hours. *There were (16) CAP patrols with (29) members participating. • Training: None. • Special Events: August 24: DUI 40300 block of Winchester Rd. (4)CAP Members(2) Reserves Deputies:(2)Units August 25: Sycamore Terrace Apt. assisted at event(1) CAP Member/(1) unit If you have any questions regarding this package, please do not hesitate to call me at the Temecula Police Department,Traffic Division—(951) 696-3092. Sincerely, Deputy R. Hernandez#2680 Temecula Police Department—Traffic Division City of Temecula Traffic Statistics August 2018 Citation Totals Total Hazardous Citations 948 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 910 Parking Citations 118 Total Citations 1976 Citation Breakdown S.L.A.P. 266 N.E.T. Citations Awaiting update from Crossroads School Zones " Seatbelt Citations 52 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions Non-Injury 29 Hit and Run 12 Injury 27 Fatal 0 Total 68 Pedestrian Related Collisions: 2 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D.U.1. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 41 Total cell phone cites 210 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints/Click it or Ticket Operations/Special Operations City - Wide Red Light Enforcement (SLAP) OTS Funded DUI Check Point OTS Funded Reckless Driving Enforcement OTS Funded Motorcycle Safety Enforcement Prepared by Deputy R. Hernandez#2680 Sept. 4, 2018 FIRE CHIEF' S REPORT CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department Emergency Incident Statistics I I TICT r'14E5tNVt Shawn C. Newman Fire Chief 8/2/2018 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 July,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 July,2019 and Temecula City ■Com Fire 2 0.3% •False Alar 64 8.5% W HazMat 1 0.1% ■Medical 546 72.5% Other Fire 5 0.7% Other Misc 6 0.8% IN W Public SoNce Assist 29 3.9% s Res Fire 5 0.7% 0 Rescue 1 0.1% ■Ringing Alar 2 0.3% ■Standby 12 1.6% Traffic Colislon 71 9.4% Vehicle Fire 3 0.4% ■W ildland Fire 6 0.8% Total. 753100.0% Com Fire 2 False Alarm 64 Haz Mat 1 Medical 546 Other Fire 5 Other Misc 6 Public Service Assist 29 Res Fire 5 Rescue 1 Ringing Alarm 2 Standby 12 Traffic Collision 71 Vehicle Fire 3 Wildland Fire 6 Incident Total: 753 Average Enroute to Onscene Time- 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 olease contact the IT Help Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average %0 to 5 min 525 175 18 2 4.2 72.5% 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 8/2/2018 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 Com False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Res Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Wildlan Fire Alarm Fire Misc Service Fire Alarm Collisio Fire d Fire Statd Station 02 Pewnga Temecwa 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ ___ _ _ Station Tool 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Temecula 0 18 0 125 2 1 0 0 1 1 25 3 2 Tarrwcula Station Total 0 18 0 125 1 2 1 — 0 0 1 1 25 3 �2 Station 73 Rancho Temecula 1 21 1 157 2 0 10 1 1 1 2 25 0 4 Cafltornle Station Total 1 21 1 157 2 0 10 1 1 1 2 25 0 Station 83 French Temecula 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Valley Station Total 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Station 84 Temecula 0 8 0 123 2 3 13 3 0 0 4 9 0 0 Parkvlew _ Station Total 0 8 0 123 2 3 13 3 0 0 4 9 0 0 Station 92 Woff Temecula 1 15 0 106 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 9 0 0 Creek _ Station Total 1 15 0 106 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 9 0 0 Station 95 Temecula 0 1 0 28 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 Roripaugh Ranch - Station Total 1 0 1 0 28 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 Last Updated 8/2/2018 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 Com Fire False Haz Mat Medical Other Other Public Res Fire Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Wildland Alarm Fire Misc Service Alarm Collision Fire Fire [Temecula 2 64 1 546 5 6 29 5 1 2 12 71 3 6 Grand Total Last Updated 8/2/2018 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 DISTRICT 3 CHUCK WASHINGTON Com Fire 2 False Alarm 64 Haz Mat 1 Medical 546 Other Fire 5 Other Misc 6 Public Service Assist 29 Res Fire 5 Rescue 1 Ringing Alarm 2 Standby 12 Traffic Collision 71 Vehicle Fire 3 Wildland Fire 6 Last Updated 8/2/2018 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 = 7 and YEAR = 2018 and CITYNAM E = Tornecula' • .� age ! ••te r • s _ � � � ••♦ •'ice � �• i ;, � � T�nccu l.. � �� M � � 4• r by�n,t • • • • • • • • 90 a do rY^. • • to s • ,�^'�� • • 6*S tea: � • • N�`� PECTANGANSlh D yRV, of,�, � r • •-.y/'1�''/1"`/,'i//,'i'1/,./,y is"/'j',�,`,`'"%f /��`., Al Nrf�nri /�; is • Fre • hlEaicel 1:3 Rivers ide,County Fie Station • Mrar erd t Olh—MDG _.__.. Hnz Idol Reservations '�' Ca;inos Rvereide County F re GIS Last Updated 8/2/2018 3:C Paye 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 36 145 FIRST AID 9 8 15 4 12 25 30 1 103 HCP 14 1 5 0 13 1 16 50 TCC Training 118 0 0 0 0 0 0 118 CERT 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 28 TEEN CERT 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 44 Total 148 1 36 36 68 56 62 82 0 0 1 0 0 0 488 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 2 11 FALSE ALARM 68 80 63 70 65 67 64 477 HAZ MAT 4 4 7 3 3 2 1 24 MEDICAL AID 529 520 581 480 523 517 546 3696 MUTI FAMILY DWELLING 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 OTHER FIRE 5 9 3 6 6 7 5 41 OTHER MISC. 4 3 4 8 7 8 6 40 PSA 42 25 34 41 27 27 29 225 RINGING ALARM 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 6 RESIDENTIAL FIRE _ 2 1 2 0 3 2 5 15 RESCUE 160 2 0 0 0 1 64 STANDBY 14 3 3 8 4 13 12 57 TRAFFIC COLLISSION 69 0 72 85 92 59 71 448 VEHICLE FIRE 1 0 1 4 2 2 3 13 WILDLAND FIRE 1 4 1 ++ 5 1 3 6 21 Total 741 715 1 782 I 710 733 707 753 0 0 0 0 0 5141 FIRE DEPARTMENT CLASS TOTAL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 900 842 800 700 600 500 3 400 300 s } 9 200 1488 12 100 36 36 82 r1 -3 Z7 0 i i Jr 4, '� 4 Q• P Q ? Q. 02017YTD 8203SYTD tp MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 36 148 FEBRUARY 16 36 MARCH 11 36 APRIL 112 68 MAY 207 56 TUNE 68 62 JULY 82 82 AUGUST 128 SEPTEMBER 84 OCTOBER 71 NOVEMBER 27 DECEMBER 0 TOTAL TO DATE 842 488 FIRE DEPARTMENT TOTAL CALL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 9000 8000 7000 6000 -- 5000 4000 2017 YTD 3000 O 00 2018 YTD 20 1000 0 ,P�JPQi �O�JPci �P0 PQP�� �P� lJa� >J., PJOJy� �� �� p, BQ 51* OPS 4 MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 741 741 FEBRUARY 675 715 MARCH 771 782 APRIL 706 710 MAY 731 733 I UNE 686 707 I U LY 710 753 AUGUST 704 SEPTEMBER 648 OCTOBER 735 NOVEMBER 669 DECEMBER 697 TOTAL TO DATE 8473 5141 "i Ift- 1 P1 In Fire Department Temecula Battalion Fire Stations- Public Education Reporting Month: July 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 0 School Event 0 0 1 Adult Education 2 20 0 Fair/Safety Expo 0 0 0 Display 0 0 7 Station Tour 8 60 0 Fire Safety Trailer 0 0 1 Other 3 30 Field Inspections: LE-100's (Weed Abatement) Total Number of Initial Field Total Number of Inspections for Reporting 0 LE-100 Inspections for 10 Month Reporting Month Prevention Referrals: Total Number of Re-inspections for Reporting 0 Total Number of Fire Month Prevention Referrals for 3 Reporting Month Significant Events: Provide a brief synopsis of significant TC's, Fires, Near Drownings, Road Closures etc... Include photos if available. the month of July the battalion assisted with the Cranston fire in Idyllwild as strike teams,The City fire stations responded to over 700 emergency calls in the month of July, including medical aids, traffic collisions and structure fires. On a Lighter note-Station 95 accepted a Chiefs challenge against Aria and their head Chief, Station 95 Chiefs won the competition. CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department Emergency Incident Statistics 1 � Shawn C. Newman Fire Chief 9/10/2018 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 August,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 August,2018 and Temecula City False Alar 68 8.3% Haz Mat 4 0.5% ;; ■Medical 580 70.6% ■Other Fire 11 1.3% p Other Misc 13 1.6% s Pubic Service Assist 39 4.7% •Rescue 2 0.2% f Ringing Alarm 10 1.2% ■Standby 9 1.1% ■ Traffic Collision 82 10.0% ■vehicle Fire 1 0.1% Wldland Fire 3 0.4% Total: 822 100.0% False Alarm 88 Haz Mat 4 Medical 5130 Other Fire 11 Other Misc 13 Public Service Assist 39 Rescue 2 Ringing Alarm 10 Standby 9 Traffic Collision 84 Vehicle Fire 1 Wildland Fire 3 Incident Total: 822 Average Enroute to Onscene Time= 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 Onsoene please contact the IT Help Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average %0 to 5 min 544 194 20 0 4.3 68.0% 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 911012018 3: 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 Hae Mat Medical Other Other Publlc Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Wlldlan Alarm Fire Misc Service Alarm collisio Fire d Fire Station Pechanga 'Temecula 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n #2 Station Total 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 Station 12 Tame ail.: 18 1 127 5 2 6 0 1 1 26 1 0 Temecula Station Total 18 1 127 5 2 6 0 1 1 26 1 0 Station 73 Rancho Te,necula 22_ 1 181 3 5 14 1 3 - - -1 26 0 1 Ca Womla Station Total 22 _ 1 181 3 5 14 1 3 1 26 0 1 Station 83 French Temecula 1 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Vag" Station Total 1 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Station 84 15 0 115 2 1 10 0 3 3 5 0 1 Parkview Station Total 15 0 115 2 1 10 0 3 3 5 0 1 Station 92 Wolf Temecula 9 0 111 0 2 8 1 3 4 20 0 1 Creak Station Total 9 0 111 0 2 8 1 3 4 20 0 1 3tatlon 95 Temeczila 3 2 36 0 3 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 Rorlpaugh Ranch Station Total 3 2 36 0 3 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 r 8 1 Last Updated 9/10/2018 3 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 Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Midland Alarm Fire Mbc Service Alarm Collision Fire Fire emecula 68 4 580 11 13 39 2 10 9 82 1 3 Will Last Updated 9/10/2018 3 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 CHUCK WASHINGTON False Alarm 68 Haz Mat 4 Medical 580 Other Fire 11 Other Misc 13 Public Service Assist 39 Rescue 2 Ringing Alarm 10 Standby 9 Traffic Collision 82 Vehicle Fire 1 Wildland Fire 3 Last Updated 9110/2018 3 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. 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Include photos if available. The Temecula Fire department responded to over 820 calls this month. The battalion assisted with the Holy Fire Trabuco Canyon and burned over 22,000 acres.