BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA

Board of County Commissioners

Nan H. Rich

Commissioner, District 1

Mark D. Bogen

Mayor

District 2

Michael Udine

Commissioner, District 3

Lamar P. Fisher

Commissioner, District 4

Steve Geller

Commissioner, District 5

Beam Furr

Commissioner, District 6

Tim Ryan

Commissioner, District 7

Barbara Sharief

Commissioner, District 8

Dale V.C. Holness

Vice Mayor

District 9

Bertha Henry

County Administrator

Norman S. J. Foster

Director, Office of Management and Budget

BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - An Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of Services

FISCAL YEAR 2020-2024

CAPITAL PROGRAM

The Broward County Annual Operating Budget, Five-year Capital Improvement Program and Budget-in-Brief provide Broward County residents and the Board of County Commissioners with a funding plan for FY20. These documents summarize the spending policies that were used to develop the budget; the financial and budgetary details that make up the budget; and most importantly, descriptions of the programs and capital projects that are provided with the public's funds.

The Capital Program document is divided into seven sections. The first section summarizes the County's capital funding policies and project allocations. Each of the other sections represents a major category of capital projects, such as Transportation and Enterprise. Within each section, there are five year displays of revenues and appropriations followed by individual project pages which detail project descriptions and highlights.

Also included is the Broward County Debt Service budget which displays principal payments, interest payments and required reserves for County bond issues. Narrative pages summarize the projects funded with bond proceeds and the terms of the bond issue.

Two other budget documents are available to provide additional information:

The FY20 Budget-in-Brief provides an overview of the entire County Budget. It includes the County Administrator's Budget Message which presents the budgetary and financial policies upon which the budget was developed.

The FY20 Operating Budget provides budgetary detail by program and explains increases and decreases in each agency's budget. It also sets out programmatic objectives and describes the level of service provided for residents by Broward County agencies.

If you have any questions, or desire additional information please call the Office of Management and Budget at 954-357-6345, or visit us at www.broward.org/budget.

PREPARED BY

Office of

Management and Budget

Norman S. J. Foster, Director

Jennifer Steelman, Assistant Director

STAFF

Elijah J. Anderson

Kristen Bishop

James Carbone

Jessica Cheung

Elise Cooper

Allison Diego

William Hodge Hermann

Lisa Horn

Samuel Ling

David MacKenzie

Jeremy McCann

Nohelia Orozco

Patrick Picard

Emily Pope

Angel Wong

SunJin Zanker

BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - An Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of Services

Broward County Florida – Fiscal Year 2020 Adopted Capital Budget

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CAPITAL PROGRAM SUMMARIES

Page

Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….

1

All Funds Summary…………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….

10

Revenue Summary……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

12

Capital Program Development Process……………………………………………………………………………..

14

How to Use Capital Project Description Pages…………………………………………………………………..

16

Fiscal Year 2020 Capital Positions……………………………………………………………………………………..

18

Glossary of Terms……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

19

Capital Matrix……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

24

TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

 

Transportation Capital – Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….

1-1

Five Year Revenue and Appropriation Summary……………………………………………………………….

1-3

Road Expansion Projects Chart………………………………………………………………………………………….

1-5

Road Projects Map……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

1-6

Road Projects Description…………………………………………………………………………………………………

1-7

Maintenance and Improvement Projects Description……………………………………………………….

1-8

Traffic Engineering Projects Description……………………………………………………………………………

1-9

Capital Programs Support Description………………………………………………………………………………

1-11

Reserves & Transfers Descriptions…………………………………………………………………………………….

1-12

Appendix………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1-13

GENERAL CAPITAL

 

General Capital – Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………….

2-1

Five Year Revenue and Appropriation Summary……………………………………………………………….

2-3

Library Facilities Map………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

2-9

Library Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………………………

2-10

Regional Parks Map…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

2-12

Regional Parks Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………….

2-13

Government Facilities Map……………………………………………………………………………………………….

2-20

BSO Capital Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………………

2-22

Facilities Maintenance Projects – Project Descriptions……………………………………………………..

2-23

General Government Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………..

2-35

Environmental Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………….

2-49

Information Systems Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………………………………..

2-50

Regional Communication Technology Projects – Project Descriptions………………………………

2-52

Project Management Expenses – Project Descriptions……………………………………………….…….

2-53

Reserves – Descriptions…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

2-55

Fund Summaries……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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BROWARD MUNICIPAL SERVICES DISTRICT CAPTIAL

Broward Municipal Services District Capital – Introduction……………………………………………..

3-1

Broward Municipal Services District Five Year Summary………………………………………………….

3-3

Broward Municipal Services District Neighborhoods Map……………………………………………….

3-4

Local Parks Improvements………………………………………………………………………………………………

3-6

Community Improvements……………………………………………………………………………………………..

3-7

Reserves and Support Costs…………………………………………………………………………………………….

3-8

ENTERPRISE CAPITAL

Enterprise Capital – Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………….

4-1

Aviation Five Year Summary……………………………………………………………………………………………

4-3

Aviation Project Descriptions……………………………………………………………………………………….….

4-6

Port Everglades Five Year Summary………………………………………………………………………………..

4-22

Port Everglades Project Description………………………………………………………………………………..

4-24

Water & Wastewater Five Year Summary……………………………………………………………………….

4-32

Water & Wastewater Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………………

4-35

OTHER FUNDS CAPITAL

Other Funds Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………..

5-1

Transit Capital Program Five Year Summary…………………………………………………………………….

5-3

Transit Grant-Funded Capital Project Descriptions………………………………………………………….

5-5

Transit Non-Grant Capital Project Descriptions……………………………………………………………….

5-7

Transit Capital Fund Summaries…………………………………………………………………………………..….

5-8

Transportation Surtax Five Year Summary……………………………………………………………………….

5-9

Transportation Surtax Project Description……………………………………………………………………….

5-11

Court Facilities Program Five Year Summary……………………………………………………………………

5-15

Court Facilities Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………………………..

5-16

Beach Renourishment Program Five Year Summary…………………………………………………….….

5-17

Beach Renourishment Project Descriptions……………………………………………………………………..

5-18

Tourist Development Capital Program Five Year Summary……………………………………………..

5-20

Tourist Development Capital Project Descriptions……………………………………………………….….

5-21

Broward Boating Improvement Program Five Year Summary………………………………………….

5-23

Broward Boating Improvement Project Descriptions……………………………………………………….

5-24

Public Art and Design………………………………………………………………………………………………………

5-26

Affordable Housing Capital Five Year Summary……………………………………………………………….

5-31

Affordable Housing Capital Program Project Descriptions……………………………………………….

5-32

Broward Redevelopment Program Five Year Summary……………………………………………………

5-33

Broward Redevelopment Project Descriptions………………………………………………………………..

5-34

DEBT SERVICES

Debt Service Budget – Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………

6-1

Debt Service Budget Fund Summary……………………………………………………………………………….

6-2

Debt Service Budget Appropriations Overview…………………………………………………………….….

6-3

Debt Service Budget Revenue Summary………………………………………………………………………….

6-4

Bonded Debt Per Capita………………………………………………………………………………………………….

6-6

Debt Service – Bond Issue Descriptions…………………………………………………………………………..

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BROWARD COUNTY CAPITAL PROGRAM

FY20-24

INTRODUCTION

The Adopted Five-Year Capital Program continues to demonstrate the County’s ongoing efforts to improve the current local economy through the expansion of our economic engines (Airport, Port and Beach Renourishment/Tourism) and to maintain and improve the County’s investments in facilities and infrastructure within our available financial resources.

The adoption of a five-year capital program enables the County to address more infrastructure needs than can be funded in a single fiscal year and provides an opportunity to phase project funding to coincide with projected construction schedules and the availability of funds. A five-year capital program also enables the County to plan for the impact of new facilities on future operating and debt service budgets and provides the public with information about the County’s plans for new facilities and infrastructure.

Capital projects compete for the same funding as ongoing services and programs. They are prioritized based on the policies of the County Commission articulated through the Commission’s goals, the Adopted Comprehensive Plan, and other criteria such as the need to protect public health and safety, to maintain the County’s infrastructure investments, to comply with federal and state mandates, and to minimize the impact of additional operating costs on the taxpayers. Capital program priorities are also guided by a multitude of programmatic master plans such as those for the Airport and Port. The County is utilizing several strategies to meet the increasing demand for capital funding, including leveraging funds from other sources by obtaining grants and working with other jurisdictions to jointly fund capital projects when possible. The County uses a pay-as-you-go approach whenever possible and borrows funds only when pay-as-you-go is not feasible or cost-effective. The County also uses revenue sources such as fees and charges to support projects in order to allocate the costs of improvements to the users of the facilities.

The following section describes the major sources of funding for the capital projects included in the Five Year Capital Program.

FUNDING SOURCES

General revenues, including property taxes and fund balances carried over from the prior year, are the primary funding sources for general capital projects, which are those projects that typically do not have dedicated funding sources. These general capital projects typically include libraries, parks, judicial, public safety, environmental, human services, information technology and other general government capital projects. The annual property tax allocation dedicated to general capital projects has increased approximately $3.8

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million from FY19, but is still a decrease of $1.5 million or four percent compared to fourteen years ago. The decline in taxes for capital projects resulted from declines in the property tax roll during the “great recession” and the reallocation of these recurring revenues to minimize service reductions. Fund balances remaining from prior fiscal years will be spent down over the five-year capital program to offset previous year reductions in property tax revenues and continue to maintain the County’s facilities and infrastructure. The amount of property taxes allocated for capital projects must continue to incrementally increase throughout the five-year program to adequately maintain the County’s aging infrastructure investments after the fund balances are spent-down.

Dedicated revenues also provide significant support for capital projects. The County will continue to utilize gas taxes for the expansion, maintenance and improvement of the regional road system. The budgeted gas taxes dedicated to transportation capital projects have increased approximately $4.5 million from FY19, but the amount of gas taxes allocated for road improvement and maintenance has significantly declined over the last fourteen years due to the reallocation of funds to support Transit operations. In FY20, gas tax revenues are forecasted to increase two percent over projected receipts in FY19 then remain flat through the five year program. Other dedicated revenues that support the Five-Year Capital Program include impact fees to support road and park improvements, concurrency fees to support transportation projects, and tourist development taxes for Convention Center projects and Beach Renourishment. In November 2018, voters approved ballot language establishing a one cent transportation surtax sales tax to support transportation projects in Broward County. Revenues from the one cent sales tax support Public Works and Transit capital projects appropriated in FY20.

The Five-Year Capital Program includes three programs that are primarily supported with fees paid by the users of the facilities. These programs include Aviation, Port Everglades, and the Water and Wastewater utility. Revenues generated by users of these facilities and infrastructure offset the debt service payments required to fund major capital projects and pay for maintenance and renovation projects on a pay-as-you-go basis.

The capital program continues to rely on grants to support Transit capital needs. Federal and state aid is also an important funding source for Aviation, Port, Community Development and Beach Renourishment.

The following sections highlight the most significant projects included in the Five Year Capital Program.

CAPITAL PROJECTS

Transportation Projects

The Five-Year Capital Program includes funding for two major road improvements and one major intersection improvement project. Road expansion projects are typically included in the five-year program based on the availability of funds, when existing or projected traffic on the road exceeds the adopted

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Comprehensive Plan standard, or if the project relieves an overcrowded road segment. Funding is provided to rehabilitate the SE 3rd Avenue Bridge to extend the overall lifespan of the bridge.

The Five-Year Capital Program also provides funding to continue maintaining countywide Signalization Engineering Improvements (SEI) projects. These projects deploy advanced technologies to optimize traffic flow, improve transit schedules, and reduce congestion throughout the County. The project funding provides for maintenance and upkeep of the County’s growing traffic networks and updated hardware.

Funding is provided to continue the Mast Arms program which converts signalized intersections from span wire to metal mast arms. Upgraded intersections minimize the damaging impacts of wind storm events. Funding is provided to upgrade the school zone flasher system to more efficiently implement timing changes and increase safety.

Recurring funding is provided for road maintenance, resurfacing, guardrail repair, bridge maintenance, traffic control devices, street lighting repairs, bike lane construction, and sidewalk repairs. In addition, roadway stormwater maintenance and rail road crossing repairs are funded in the five-year capital program.

Libraries

Funding is provided throughout the five-year program to preserve the County’s investments by maintaining and improving library facilities. In FY20, funding is provided for multiple Information Technology initiatives to increase services and efficiency for patrons. The Five-Year Capital Program also provides funding for replacement of furniture in the library system that has reached end of life and replacement of the lighting system at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. Several projects at the Main Library are programmed in FY20-FY24 including the restoration of the Main Library’s Plaza, the refurbishing of the Main Library’s exterior, and the renovation of the Library’s restrooms. A library refresh program is funded in FY20-24 that will address exterior and interior improvements at library branches based on a needs assessment.

Parks and Recreation

The Five-Year Capital Program continues to provide funding for recurring maintenance and capital replacement projects to protect the infrastructure investments in County parks. The County is investing significant resources in the development of Everglades Holiday Park, the construction of a maintenance building at Plantation Heritage Park, a County marquee sign at Central Broward Regional Park, upgrades to the Parks security system, renovations to Parks’ recently purchased Administration Building, equipment at Markham Park, the demolition of the marina at CB Smith Park, and improvements at Tradewinds Park. Park impact fee funding is allocated for Vista View Splash Pad, the Boaters Park parking lot, and the Central Broward Regional Park parking lot. In FY20 and FY21, park impact fee funds are programmed to improve the land adjacent to Vista View Park. Improvements include additional parking, an equine pathway, a pedestrian bridge, and drainage improvements.

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The Broward Boating Improvement Program (BBIP) is funded by recreational vessel registration fees. The County and local governments apply annually to the Marine Advisory Committee (MAC) for funds to construct various boating improvement projects. Major projects included in the BBIP five-year program include the replacement of the floating dock at Deerfield Island Marina and the design for a mooring field at Hollywood North and South Lake.

Judicial/Public Safety Projects

Significant funding for repairs and improvements to the County’s judicial, detention and public safety facilities is provided in each year of the General Capital Program. Approximately $9.7 million is provided over the Five-Year Program for painting and sealing, elevator maintenance and improvements, roof replacements and repairs, carpet and tile replacement, HVAC upgrades and replacements, building repairs and security improvements at the County’s Judicial facilities which include the main Judicial Complex and several regional courthouses. In addition to routine maintenance projects, the Five-Year Program allocates funding for major capital improvements to the County’s main Judicial Complex. These projects include the construction of a trial courtroom of the 13th floor of the West Tower of the Judicial Complex, renovation of the North Wing’s 1st floor to house a division of the Clerk of Courts in addition to other upgrades of the North Wing, and the complete renovation of all six floors of the East Wing. Funding is also programmed for the planning and design of the future replacement of the South Regional Courthouse.

Additional funds are provided in the Five-Year Program for Public Safety facilities to replace the windows and glazing systems at the Main Jail, replace the roof of the Paul Rein Detention Facility, upgrade the existing fire alarm and public address system at the Public Safety Complex, and repair the driveway at Fire Station 106.

Facilities Maintenance Projects/General Government Projects

The Five-Year Capital Program continues the annual allocation of significant funding for preventive maintenance and improvements to buildings and mechanical systems in County facilities, demonstrating the County’s commitment to the preservation of its general government facilities. Approximately $37.5 million is provided over the Five-Year Capital Program for exterior painting and sealing; elevator maintenance and improvements; roof replacement and repairs; carpet and tile replacement; HVAC upgrades and replacements; building repairs; renovation of existing facilities; equipment replacements; and life, safety and security improvements. In addition, $7.5 million is provided over the Five-Year Capital Program as a part of the County’s Energy Reduction Program that will include projects, such as LED lighting upgrades and the installation of solar panels, to increase energy efficiency and the County’s renewable energy portfolio. In addition, funding is allocated to assist in the purchase of electric vehicles and to identify suitable locations across the County for electric vehicle charging infrastructure installations.

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Furthermore, in FY20-21, funding is provided for the design and construction of a replacement Medical Examiner and BSO Crime Lab joint facility. Funding is also provided in FY20-24 for the programming of a replacement Government Center East complex and a new Convention Center Headquarters Hotel. It is anticipated that the funds for those three major projects will be financed through bonding or other financial mechanisms once the scope is finalized and programming is complete. The program also includes an allocation for design and construction related to the renovation of the facility recently purchased to house the Property Appraiser, Value Adjustment Board, and other County agencies. Additionally, funding is provided in FY20-FY24 towards the programming, design, and construction of a new Public Safety Answering Point facility out at the Emergency Operations campus.

Environmental and Water Resource Projects

The continuing implementation of the County’s Integrated Water Resources Plan (IWRP) will help Broward County meet its future water needs. Funding is programmed annually in FY20-24 for the design and construction of reclaimed water supply projects, including a water reuse project at TY Park, and the expansion of the saltwater intrusion monitoring network as part of the ongoing initiative to reduce demands on the Biscayne Aquifer. Funds are also provided for the development of a Countywide inundation model to improve the representation of the surface and groundwater interface. Funds are allocated in FY20 for a resiliency study and risk assessment that provides data modeling to serve as a county-wide evaluation of flood risk and a planning level assessment of the necessary infrastructure improvements required to mitigate flood impacts for existing infrastructure under future flood conditions.

Information Systems

The Five-Year Capital Program includes approximately $16 million for generally-funded information technology improvements including agency automation, hardware replacements, acquisitions and upgrades, improvement and expansion of network infrastructure, server replacements, and future projects. Many of the projects budgeted in FY20 address systems and hardware that are at end-of-life or have a primary focus of data security and management.

Regional Communications Technology Projects

The Five-Year Capital Program includes funding for Regional Communications and Technology capital projects. Projects funded in the FY20-24 Capital Program include additional funding for virtual desktop infrastructure for regional Computer Aided Dispatch workstations, radio tower maintenance, fire station alerting, and the replacement of mobile data terminals.

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Broward Municipal Services District Improvement Projects

The Broward Municipal Services District (BMSD) consists of seven neighborhoods for which Broward County provides funding for municipal services such as fire/EMS, law enforcement, zoning and code enforcement, road repairs, street enhancements, housing and economic development, and park services.

Funding is provided in FY20 to replace a maintenance building at Delevoe Park, for additional security measures at the local parks, to fund a cost increase for the Sunrise Boulevard electronic sign and NW 27th Avenue Safe Streets projects, and recurring funding is provided for maintenance and ADA improvements at the six local parks in the BMSD. In FY20-24, drainage improvements and community enhancement projects are also funded in addition to a new generator at Fire Station 23.

Aviation Projects

The Aviation Capital Program continues to enhance economic opportunity in accordance with Commission goals including approximately $1.2 billion for airfield, terminal, parking, and roadway system improvements as well as security enhancements over the next five years. Major airport projects included in the FY20-24 Capital Program are the following: designing and constructing an automated People Mover Circulator to provide access to each of the terminals as well as the Palm, Cypress and Hibiscus Garages ($357 million), improving the Airport Access Roadway System ($74 million), design and construction of five additional gates to accommodate passenger demand ($245 million), additional funding for terminal modernizations ($117 million), implementing security enhancements at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport ($6.2 million), and the development of an Intermodal Center, including a parking garage and future development of a bus transfer and transit center ($189.8 million). The Five-Year Capital Program is funded with a combination of bond proceeds, passenger facility charges, federal and state grants and airport fees and charges.

Port Everglades Projects

The Five-Year Capital Program continues to enhance economic opportunity in accordance with Commission goals. The program is based on implementation of the Master/Vision Plan Update adopted by the Board in June 2014. Major Port capital projects include Southport improvements and the Southport Turning Notch Extension ($79.4 million), new bulkheads at eleven berths ($111.5 million), cruise terminals and parking ($66.2 million), new cranes and related improvements ($67.4), phase I of the new Multimodal Facility ($38.9 million), and the Army Corps of Engineers Deepening and Widening ($30.5 million). The Port capital program is funded with balances remaining from prior years, state grants, bond financing and Port fees and charges. The five year capital program is supported with the full seventy-five percent of eligible costs from state grants for the Southport Turning Notch Extension project pursuant to the Strategic Port Investment Initiative in FY16.

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Water and Wastewater

The Five-Year Capital Program for the Water and Wastewater Services (WWS) utility continues to invest significant funding in the rehabilitation and replacement of existing water and sewer systems and infrastructure throughout the utility service area. Significant funding is also provided for facilities and disposal system improvements at the North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Throughout the five year program, funding is provided for a Septic Tank Elimination Program to eliminate most septic tanks in the County’s service area by 2024, and for alternative water supplies to meet future demands. Water and wastewater projects are primarily funded with utility user fees, available fund balance, and bonds to be repaid from user fees.

Transit

The Five-Year Capital Program emphasizes the replacement and maintenance of buses and equipment. Grant funding is also allocated to enhance security, maintain transit information systems, bus stop improvements and planning studies.

In FY20, $5.7 million of non-grant funding is budgeted for new buses; bus stop and shelter improvements; funding for the Lauderhill Mall Transit Center project, and renovations at the Copans Transit Maintenance Facility. Funding is also provided for project management costs provided by the Construction Management division.

Beach Renourishment Projects

The Beach Renourishment Program is an ongoing effort to mitigate the natural erosion of beaches to protect residential and commercial beachfront property, as well as to maintain the vitality of the County’s tourism industry. Tourist taxes largely support these projects, which will be supplemented with Federal, State and City contributions.

In FY20-24, funding is provided for the design and construction of hotspot sand fill projects, which will extend the useful life of the beach. The Five-Year Capital program includes funding for the construction of the Segment III beach project that will provide a combination of truck haul and dredge sand to renourish portions of beaches in Mizell-Johnson State Park, Dania Beach, Hollywood and Hallandale Beach. Funding is also provided for monitoring and sand recovery for the Port Everglades Sand Bypassing Project, which will provide sand to renourish the beaches south of the Port Inlet and minimize the need for future renourishment projects. Construction of the sand trap for this project is in the permitting process with construction estimated to occur in FY20. The first dredging is expected to occur in FY23, with sand being recovered from the trap every three years.

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Affordable Housing and Redevelopment Projects

The funds allocated for Affordable Housing and Broward Redevelopment projects in FY20-24 are primarily used for rehabilitation and construction of affordable housing within targeted areas, and for construction and rehabilitation of public facilities and infrastructure. As Tax Increment obligations to Community Redevelopment Agencies expire, the Capital Program provides for the freed-up funds to be allocated for additional affordable housing and redevelopment projects. These efforts, in cooperation with local municipalities, the State of Florida, and the Housing Finance Authority, will help achieve the goal of adding 10,000 affordable units to the housing stock within 20 years.

Tourist Development Projects

In FY20, additional funds are budgeted for the pre-development and design work related to the Convention Center expansion, parking garage and site work. It is anticipated that construction of the Convention Center Expansion will be funded with bond proceeds using tourist taxes levy as the pledge. In anticipation of the bond issuance, $28 million is programmed annually for debt service related to the Convention Center expansion. In addition, the program includes an annual allocation for the capital challenge grant program that is funded with tourist development taxes. In FY21-24, funding is also provided for maintenance and improvements to the Convention Center once the facility is reopened. $25.4 million is programmed over the five year capital program in accordance with the arena agreement, with the County net contributions declining from $6.7 million to $2.7 million by the end of the five years. Finally, in FY21-24, $8.9 million is programmed for anticipated major capital repairs to the Arena that will be needed in future years.

Transportation Surtax Capital

The five-year program is supported by local one cent sales tax revenues and must be spent on transportation related projects and expenditures. The program in FY20 funds standing up the program; Public Works projects including adaptive signal control, mast arms, bike lanes, sidewalks, street lighting, school zones, Pine Island Road from Nova Drive to Griffin Road capacity expansion and corridor delivery; Transit projects including bus shelters, a new maintenance facility, a downtown intermodal center, rail system planning, bus rapid transit planning, information technology and security enhancements, and paratransit and community shuttle vehicle acquisition. In FY19, Transit completed a substantial bus purchase to implement service increases. Surtax revenues also fund a Transit service increase in FY20.

ONGOING CHALLENGES

The County still faces multiple challenges in its efforts to provide new resources for its capital programs over the next five years. Recurring gas taxes and property tax revenues that were reallocated for recurring services in order to minimize service reductions during the great recession, need to continue to be replaced over the next five years in order to adequately maintain the County’s aging infrastructure. Dealing with reductions in federal and state funding when infrastructure needs continue to expand, requires ongoing

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flexibility and creativity. This five-year program has been developed to maintain the County’s infrastructure while dealing with these additional challenges. Difficult choices were made to prioritize projects and provide the resources necessary to support the highest priority projects. The County will continue to work to meet its capital program needs within the resources available.

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All Funds Summary

 

Revised

 

 

Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year

GENERAL CAPITAL FUNDS

2019

2020

 

 

General Capital Outlay Fund

93,726,220

126,362,600

Courthouse Bond Capital Fund

239,830

102,310

Streets and Highways Capital

6,800,000

12,355,000

Engineering Capital

21,469,530

27,123,250

Constitutional Gas Tax Capital

43,259,500

42,345,350

Tourist Development Capital

55,808,540

56,016,030

Beach Renourishment Capital

17,458,790

9,510,140

Broward Municipal Services District Capital

16,680,000

18,475,000

Parks and Land Preservation Bond Capital

544,620

175,780

Convention Center Hotel Bond Capital

10,194,100

415,000

Subtotal General Capital Funds

266,181,130

292,880,460

Total Net General Capital Funds

266,181,130

292,880,460

ENTERPRISE CAPITAL FUNDS*

 

 

Aviation Capital

186,815,180

510,121,930

Water And Wastewater Capital

121,589,200

85,074,800

Port Everglades Capital

331,149,220

185,245,500

Subtotal Enterprise Capital Funds

639,553,600

780,442,230

Less Transfers

(25,899,960)

(37,969,570)

Total Net Enterprise Capital Funds

613,653,640

742,472,660

Other Capital Funds

 

 

Transit Capital Grant Fund

21,272,730

21,272,730

Transit Capital Non-Grants Fund

12,239,350

5,712,440

County Transportation Trust

106,887,000

123,403,600

Broward Boating Improvement Capital

1,108,000

1,696,000

Court Facility Fee Fund

4,488,960

5,213,250

Affordable Housing Capital Projects

11,211,500

11,955,000

Broward Redevelopment Program

224,600

149,000

Parks Impact Fee Trust Fund

79,200

465,000

Transportation Surtax Fund**

192,848,347

351,929,050

Subtotal Other Capital Funds

350,359,687

521,796,070

Less Transfers

(98,873,596)

(155,834,580)

Total Net Other Capital Funds

251,486,091

365,961,490

Total All Capital Funds (including transfers)

$1,256,094,417

$1,595,118,760

Less All Transfers

(124,773,556)

(193,804,150)

Total Net All Capital Funds

$1,131,320,861

$1,401,314,610

*Enterprise Capital funds FY19 budget is revised. Blank Line

**Transportation surtax fund was added mid-year FY19 from voter approval in the November 2018 election.

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*Includes all capital funds less transfers.

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Revenue Summary

 

 

 

Charges for

 

GENERAL CAPITAL FUNDS

Total

Taxes

Services

Intergov

 

 

 

 

General Capital Outlay Fund

126,362,600

39,616,890

600,590

5,162,250

Courthouse Bond Capital Fund

102,310

0

0

0

Streets and Highways Capital

12,355,000

0

0

0

Engineering Capital

27,123,250

0

0

0

Constitutional Gas Tax Capital

42,345,350

0

0

5,250,000

Tourist Development Capital

56,016,030

0

0

0

Beach Renourishment Capital

9,510,140

0

0

78,800

Broward Municipal Services District Capital

18,475,000

0

0

0

Parks and Land Preservation Bond Capital

175,780

0

0

0

Convention Center Hotel Bond Capital

415,000

0

0

0

Total General Capital Funds

$292,880,460

$39,616,890

$600,590

$10,491,050

ENTERPRISE CAPITAL FUNDS

 

 

 

 

Aviation Capital

510,121,930

0

74,069,570

6,412,400

Port Everglades Capital

185,245,500

0

0

32,090,870

Water & Wastewater Capital

85,074,800

0

0

0

Total Enterprise Capital Funds

$780,442,230

$0

$74,069,570

$38,503,270

OTHER CAPITAL FUNDS

 

 

 

 

Transit Capital Grant Fund

21,272,730

0

0

21,272,730

Transit Capital Non-Grants Fund

5,712,440

0

0

0

County Transportation Trust

123,403,600

86,488,000

0

0

Broward Boating Improvement Capital

1,696,000

0

0

0

Court Facility Fee Fund

5,213,250

0

4,300,000

0

Affordable Housing Capital Projects

11,955,000

0

0

0

Broward Redevelopment Program

149,000

0

0

0

Parks Impact Fee Trust Fund

465,000

0

0

0

Transportation Surtax Fund

351,929,050

370,451,630

0

0

Total Other Capital Funds

$521,796,070

$456,939,630

$4,300,000

$21,272,730

Total All Capital Funds

$1,595,118,760

$496,556,520

$78,970,160

$70,267,050

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Revenue Summary

 

Other

 

 

 

Financing

 

 

 

Sources

Less 5%

Transfers In

Fund Balance

BLANK LINE

 

 

 

20,709,000

(2,283,290)

22,557,160

40,000,000

0

0

0

102,310

50,000

(2,500)

12,067,500

240,000

400,000

(20,000)

16,343,250

10,400,000

750,000

(37,500)

4,382,850

32,000,000

0

0

54,216,030

1,800,000

2,431,340

0

7,000,000

0

500,000

(25,000)

0

18,000,000

185,040

(9,260)

0

0

415,000

0

0

0

$25,440,380

($2,377,550)

$116,566,790

$102,542,310

BLANK TEXT

 

 

 

412,002,600

(240,640)

17,878,000

0

118,174,630

(20,000)

20,000,000

15,000,000

49,130,990

0

35,943,810

0

$579,308,220

($260,640)

$73,821,810

$15,000,000

BLANK TEXT

 

 

 

0

0

0

0

0

0

4,764,290

948,150

10,040,000

(4,824,400)

0

31,700,000

480,000

(24,000)

0

1,240,000

135,000

(221,750)

0

1,000,000

100,000

(5,000)

5,000,000

6,860,000

0

0

0

149,000

0

0

0

465,000

0

(18,522,580)

0

0

$10,755,000

($23,597,730)

$9,764,290

$42,362,150

$615,503,600

($26,235,920)

$200,152,890

$159,904,460

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Capital Program Development Process

Agencies Assess Funding

Needs

(Year Round)

Office of Management and

Budget Capital Process

Review and Funding

Analysis

(Nov-Dec)

Agencies Develop and Submit Capital Requests

(Dec-Feb)

Office of Management

and Budget Reviews and

Prioritizes Capital

Projects (March)

Development of Five-Year

Capital Program

(April & May)

County Agencies

-assess future space, equipment and infrastructure needs based on Commission goals and policies;

-review adopted master plans and Commission goals to identify needed capital projects;

-translate needs into project proposals and cost estimates;

-confirm level of priority and accuracy of cost estimates of projects in current capital program by providing cost re-estimates;

-estimate the impact each project will have on the operating budget if the capital project funding is approved.

Office of Management and Budget

-develops guidelines for agency submissions;

-provides training and assistance with the capital budget development process;

-evaluates agency estimates of the impact projects will have on the operating budget;

-forecasts revenues available for capital projects over the next five years;

-recommends new sources of funding for capital projects.

Agencies complete their new capital project proposals and re- estimate all existing capital projects. Departments submit prioritized capital funding requests to the Office of Management and Budget.

The Office of Management and Budget reviews the requested projects using the following criteria:

-linkage to implementation of County Commission goals, policies and master plans;

-funding availability;

-protection of public health and safety;

-compliance with mandates;

-maintenance of past capital investments;

-maintenance of adopted levels of service;

-impact on the operating budget, taxes, and fees.

The Office of Management and Budget develops a recommended capital program. The recommended program includes the highest priority capital projects and the revenue sources necessary to support those projects over a five-year period.

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County Administrator Review

of Recommended Capital

Program

(June)

Presentation of

Recommended Capital

Program to the County

Commission

(July)

County Commission

Review of Capital Program

(August)

Capital Program Adoption

(September)

The County Administrator reviews the Office of Management and Budget recommendations and changes are incorporated into the Five-Year Capital Program.

The Recommended Five-Year Capital Program is presented to the Board of County Commissioners.

The County Commission reviews the capital program recommended by the County Administrator. The County Commission may direct changes to be made within any of the five years of the Capital Program.

The Five-Year Capital Program is adopted along with the County budget and tax rates at a public hearing in September.

Capital Program Development begins the next cycle.

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HOW TO USE CAPITAL PROJECT DESCRIPTION PAGES

Project Revenues &

Appropriations Table

·Summarizes the amount of funding provided for each project from inception through the five-year program: (actual expenses + current budget + future funding in FY20-24)

·Indicates the amount of funding allocated to each project phase (i.e. design, construction, other, etc.) over the five-year program

·Indicates the amount of revenue supporting the projects over the five years and life to date.

Project Descriptions

·This narrative includes information such as:

-a description of the project,

-the location of the project,

-the need for the project,

-the status of the project,

-description of linkages to other projects, and

-information on project funding.

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FY20 Capital Positions

The following chart depicts capital positions for FY19 and FY20.

 

FY19

FY20

 

Adopted

Adopted

CAPITAL POSITIONS*

 

 

County Administration - Real Estate

2

2

County Administration - Regional Emergency Services and Communications

1

1

County Administration - Surtax

0

12

County Operated Facility Inspections

6

6

EPGM - Beach

2

2

EPGM - Housing Administration

1

2

EPGM - Land Stewardship

1

1

FASD - ETS Enterprise Resource Planning

25

0

FASD - ETS PC Replacement

1

1

Parks - ADA Team

7

7

Public Works - Construction Management Division

27

27

Public Works - Facilities Maintenance Division

31

31

Public Works - Highway Bridge

1

1

Public Works - Highway Construction Gas tax

15

15

Public Works - Highway Construction Surtax

0

9

Public Works - Parks Planning Engineering

8

8

Public Works - Traffic Engineering Gas tax

14

14

Public Works - Traffic Engineering Surtax

0

17

Total Capital Position Cap

142

156

*Some or all of the capital projects these positions are associated with were budgeted in prior fiscal years. These capital positions are project bound, so when the funding or project is completed the positions will be eliminated.

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES

Federal Law passed in 1990 which restricts discrimination of provision

ACT (ADA):

of services and facilities based on disability.

ANNEXATION:

The process of expanding the geographic limits of a municipality to

 

include unincorporated areas of the County.

APPROPRIATION:

The legal authorization given by the County Commission to make

 

expenditures and incur obligations using County funds.

BID PACKAGE:

A phase of a construction project that is bid out to a construction

 

contractor.

A bid package is usually one part of a capital

 

improvement project that has multiple construction contracts.

BONDS:

Obligations to pay back a specific amount of borrowed funds plus

 

interest payments on specific dates.

BROWARD ADDICTION

Broward Addiction Recovery Center (BARC) is a substance abuse

RECOVERY CENTER (BARC):

assessment and treatment provider serving adult (18 years of age or

 

older) Broward County residents at two locations. Services provided

 

by BARC include assessments, a medically supervised detoxification

 

unit, residential, and outpatient treatment. Case management and

 

housing are also provided for those actively in treatment.

BROWARD COUNTY JUDICIAL

This complex currently consists of the North Tower, East Wing,

COMPLEX (BCJC):

Central Wing, West Wing, and East and South parking garage. It is

 

located at 201 SE 6th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The West Tower is a

 

new courthouse tower to replace the existing Central and West

 

Wings. The Tower opened to the public in FY17.

BROWARD MUNICIPAL

The portions of Broward County which are not within a municipality.

SERVICES DISTRICT (BMSD)

Municipal level services such as fire protection, neighborhood parks,

AREA:

code enforcement and garbage collection are provided to these

 

unincorporated areas by the County.

BROWARD MUNICIPAL

The property taxes, utility taxes, franchise and other fees and fund

SERVICES DISTRICT (BMSD)

balances appropriated to support BMSD projects. All these revenues

REVENUES:

are generated from residents and businesses in unincorporated

 

areas.

 

BSO:

Broward Sheriff’s Office.

CAPITAL BUDGET:

The first year of the capital program which includes capital project

 

appropriations and the revenues required to support the projects.

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT:

Equipment with a value in excess of $1,000 and an expected life of

 

more than one year; such as, automobiles, computers, and furniture.

CAPITAL PROGRAM:

All capital expenditures planned for the next five years. The program

 

specifies both proposed projects and the resources estimated to be

 

available to fund projected expenditures for a five-year period. The

 

program is adopted by the County Commission annually.

CAPITAL PROJECT:

A capital project maintains, improves, acquires or constructs a County

 

facility, infrastructure or other fixed asset that has a minimum useful

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life in excess of one year. Projects typically involve buildings, streets,

 

parks, water and sewer systems, and Port and Airport projects.

 

Projects are typically budgeted in the financial system as a single

 

“project ID;” however, there are some projects budgeted in multiple

 

“project IDs” due to their size or complexity.

CAPITAL REAPPROPRIATION:

Appropriated funds that remain unspent at the end of a fiscal year and

 

are allowed to be rolled forward and expended in subsequent fiscal

 

years for the original purpose designated and approved by the Board.

COMMERCIAL PAPER:

Short-term loan from a commercial bank used to fulfill short-term

 

borrowing needs.

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN:

Mandated by Florida Statutes, all local governments must develop

 

and adopt a comprehensive plan to ensure adequate infrastructure to

 

serve population growth and to ensure the environment is protected.

CONTINGENCY:

Funds allocated for costs which may arise as a result of unforeseen

 

conditions.

COUNTY TRANSPORTATION

The County's Transportation Trust Fund includes all gas taxes and

TRUST FUND (CTTF):

other transportation revenues. Revenues are generally initially

 

budgeted in this fund and transferred to other funds for expenditure.

DEBT SERVICE:

Payments of principal, interest, and issuance costs associated with

 

borrowing funds to pay for capital projects.

EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

The Emergency Operations Center is a state of the art

CENTER (EOC):

communications center that serves as the County’s command center

 

during an emergency.

ENTERPRISE FUND:

A fund which pays for the cost of its operations and capital

 

improvements from user fees and does not receive property tax

 

support. County enterprise funds include Water and Wastewater,

 

Aviation, Port Everglades and Solid Waste.

ENTERPRISE RESOURCE

An ERP system is software that replaces many stand-alone systems

PLANNING (ERP):

of individual departments and offices – such as finance, budget,

 

purchasing, project and grants management, payroll and human

 

resource management – and integrates the functions into a single

 

system that runs off a single database.

FIRST FLORIDA LOAN POOL:

A coalition of Florida local governments which combine their

 

borrowing needs to obtain the most favorable terms.

FISCAL YEAR (FY):

The period of time in which funds are appropriated and accounted for.

 

The County fiscal year begins annually on October 1st and ends on

 

September 30th of the next calendar year.

FIXED ASSETS:

Assets of a long-term character which are intended to continue to be

 

held or used; such as, land, buildings, improvements other than

 

buildings, machinery, and equipment.

FORT LAUDERDALE-

 

HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL

An aviation facility welcoming domestic, international, and cargo

AIRPORT (FLL):

flights located at 100 Terminal Dr. in Fort Lauderdale.

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FUND:

Monies set aside and accounted for separately in order to ensure that

 

the monies are spent for a specific purpose or according to legal

 

requirements.

FUND BALANCE:

The amount of revenues exceeding expenditures for a given fund at

 

the close of a fiscal year which can be carried over to support the

 

fund’s budget in the next fiscal year.

GENERAL CAPITAL

The taxes, interest income, transfers, reimbursements and fund

REVENUES:

balances appropriated to support general capital projects. Projects

 

include the acquisition, construction, maintenance, repairs and

 

renovation of County facilities, and the acquisition of equipment.

 

These projects typically do not have dedicated revenue sources.

GOAL:

A clear statement of what a program is intended to achieve over time

 

and its impact on Broward County citizens.

GOVERNMENT CENTER EAST

The County’s main administrative facility located at 115 S. Andrews

(GCE):

Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.

GOVERNMENT CENTER WEST

A satellite administrative facility located at 1 N. University Drive in

(GCW):

Plantation.

GRANTS:

Contributions or gifts of cash or other assets from another government

 

or a non-profit organization to be used or expended for a specific

 

purpose, activity, or facility.

GREENWAY:

Public land, linear in shape, protected and managed as part of linked

 

conservation or recreation lands.

HEALTH INSURANCE

Federal Law passed in 1996 establishing standards for health care

PORTABILITY &

transactions and the security of health data.

ACCOUNTABILITY ACT

 

(HIPAA):

 

IMPACT AND

Funds collected from a developer to fund improvements required to

CONCURRENCY FEES:

serve the residents or users of the development. The County

 

currently collects impact fees for roads, parks, school facilities, and

 

water and sewer infrastructure. Concurrency fees are collected for

 

non-roadway transportation improvements.

INFLATIONARY INCREASES:

Increases to project costs solely due to the rising costs of materials

 

and labor.

INFRASTRUCTURE:

The roads, facilities, underground structures and other capital

 

improvements necessary to provide services.

INTEGRATED WATER

The Broward Countywide Integrated Water Resource Plan (IWRP) is

RESOURCE PLANS (IWRP):

the long-term plan of Broward County’s water management

 

community for meeting the needs of Broward’s water users. It has

 

been developed to coordinate the sources and users of water for

effective and efficient local water management and to assist the local water suppliers in meeting the County’s present and future urban and natural systems water needs.

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INTEREST INCOME:

Revenues earned on cash balances within each fund.

ISSUANCE COSTS:

The expenses associated with the sale of a new issue of municipal

 

securities including such items as legal fees, financial advisor fees,

 

rating agency fees, printing, and others. In certain cases, the

 

underwriter’s spread and bond insurance premiums may be

 

considered as part of the overall costs of issuance.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:

The product or end results of a program with the resources available.

LESS FIVE PERCENT:

Under state statute, revenues are budgeted at 95 percent of

 

anticipated receipts, except for transfers, fund balance, bond issues,

 

selected grants and reimbursements which are budgeted at 100

 

percent.

MANDATED PROGRAM:

A program that Broward County must provide according to Federal

 

law, State law, a judge’s order, or the Broward County Charter.

MUNICIPALITY:

A geographically defined area that has been granted limited self-

 

governing authority by the State. The powers of a municipality are

 

listed in a charter of incorporation and are limited by State statute.

MULTI-YEAR (MY):

Indicates that the project phase is funded over more than one fiscal

NON-AD VALOREM FINANCING:

year.

The borrowing of funds for capital projects with the commitment to pay

 

the debt service with revenues other than property taxes.

NORTH REGIONAL

A satellite courthouse facility located at 1600 W. Hillsboro Blvd. in

COURTHOUSE (NRCH):

Deerfield.

OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:

The incremental adjustment to an operating budget resulting from the

 

completion of capital improvements. Typically included are the costs

 

to operate and maintain the facility. The impact of the project may

 

also result in savings to the budget.

OPERATING REVENUES:

Revenues generated from the operating activities of an agency as a

 

result of charging fees to customers to cover on-going operating, debt

 

service and capital program requirements. The term is typically

 

associated with Enterprise Funds.

PORT EVERGLADES (PE):

A seaport facility that is a center for international trade and cruise

 

vacations located at 1850 Eller Dr. in Fort Lauderdale.

PRINCIPAL:

The original amount borrowed through a loan, bond issue or other

 

form of debt.

PROPERTY TAXES

A revenue which is collected on the basis of a rate applied to the

(AD VALOREM):

taxable valuation of real property established by the elected Property

 

Appraiser.

PUBLIC ART & DESIGN

Ordinance that establishes an art allocation for the acquisition and

ORDINANCE:

maintenance of works of art based on a percentage of the amount of

 

design and construction funding that is appropriated for eligible capital

 

projects.

RESERVES:

An account used to earmark funds to be expended for a specific

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purpose in the future.

REVENUE:

The taxes, fees, charges, special assessments, grants and other

 

funds collected and received by the County in order to support the

 

services provided.

SOUTH REGIONAL

A satellite courthouse facility located at 3550 Hollywood Blvd. in

COURTHOUSE (SRCH):

Hollywood.

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT:

A compulsory charge made against certain properties to defray part or

 

all of the cost of a specific improvement or service deemed to

 

primarily benefit those properties.

TRANSFER:

The movement of cash or other resources between funds.

TRANSPORTATION

The local option and constitutional gas taxes, interest income,

CAPITAL REVENUES:

reimbursements from other funds and fund balance appropriated to

 

support road construction, road improvements, and traffic

 

signalization projects.

TRANSPORTATION

The one cent local sales tax levied through voter approval of a ballot

SURTAX:

measure in November of 2018. Proceeds are statutorily required to be

 

spent on transportation improvements.

USER CHARGES:

The payment of a fee for direct receipt of a public service by the

 

person benefiting from the service.

WATER AND WASTERWATER

County Agency that provides clean drinking water, regional

SERVICES (WWS):

wastewater services, and storm water and canal services that support

 

aquifer and flood management in Broward County.

WEST REGIONAL COURTHOUSE

A satellite courthouse facility located at 100 N. Pine Island Road in

(WRCH):

Plantation.

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Ongoing Major Capital Projects Over $5M Budgeted in Prior Fiscal Years

These projects were appropriated in prior fiscal years and are continuing through FY20. No additional funds are in the FY20-24 capital program for these projects. Projects that are substantially completed in FY19 are not included.

GENERAL CAPITAL

Project Name

Expenses Through

FY19 Modified

Total Estimated Project

FY18

Budget

Cost

 

Florida Aquatic Nursery Land

0

7,000,000

7,000,000

Purchase

 

 

 

500 Car Courthouse Garage

950

21,906,000

21,906,950

Courthouse Bond Project

257,059,738

25,678,165

282,737,903

Management

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

Project Name

Expenses Through

FY19 Modified

Total Estimated Project

FY18

Budget

Cost

 

Wiles Rd Riverside to Rock Island

3,049,053

9,938,677

12,987,730

Road

 

 

 

Andrews Avenue Bascule Bridge

1,234,631

8,391,994

9,626,625

Pembroke Rd Dykes to Silver Shores

1,950,808

8,564,194

10,515,002

ENTERPRISE - Port Everglades

Project Name

Expenses Through

FY19 Modified

Total Estimated Project

FY18

Budget

Cost

 

Port Neo-Bulk Storage Area

0

7,700,000

7,700,000

Port Cruise Terminal 25 Improvements

86,175,067

33,204,990

119,380,057

FPL Substation

2,903,573

9,660,427

12,564,000

Southport Gantry Cranes

13,120,295

67,551,102

80,671,397

Bulkheads at Berths 1,2 & 3

0

25,578,000

25,578,000

Berths 9 and 10

3,662,649

91,824,110

95,486,759

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ENTERPRISE - Water and Wastewater

Project Name

Expenses Through

 

FY19 Modified

Total Estimated Project

FY18

 

Budget

Cost

 

 

Master Pump Station 454

472,757

 

6,448,714

6,921,471

Rehabilitation

 

 

 

 

 

1A WTP Expansion

5,050,392

 

6,653,901

11,704,293

NRWWTP Steel Structure Repair

2,708,855

 

14,036,844

16,745,699

Retail Facilities Security System

69,822

 

6,121,719

6,191,541

1B1 Water Storage Tank

1,025,980

 

7,825,397

8,851,377

2A Water Storage Tank

851,005

 

8,597,681

9,448,686

High Service Pump Station

756,934

 

10,633,866

11,390,800

Replacement

 

 

 

 

 

North Springs Improvement District

773,579

 

10,960,532

11,734,111

NRWWTP Fine Bubble Conv.

2,042,200

 

30,549,981

32,592,181

UAZ 110/111 Water Sewer Pipe

1,578,901

 

36,826,099

38,405,000

Sanitary System Improvement

2,733,292

 

11,385,822

14,119,114

NRWWTP Capacity Improvement

35,113,962

 

67,122,962

102,236,924

 

ENTERPRISE - Aviation

 

 

Project Name

Expenses Through

 

FY19 Modified

Total Estimated Project

FY18

 

Budget

Cost

 

 

AIMS Phase II

4,293,088

 

8,706,912

13,000,000

Taxiway C Improvement East

6,618,188

 

5,043,127

11,661,315

Campus Wayfinding Plan

1,372,753

 

4,638,297

6,011,050

CCTV Enhancement 2018

0

 

22,000,000

22,000,000

Consolidated Ground Trans. Fac

14,281

 

6,437,079

6,451,360

Exit Roadway Improvements

92,760

 

6,887,240

6,980,000

Integrated Security Systems

0

 

20,000,000

20,000,000

New FLL Security Facility

741,317

 

12,343,683

13,085,000

Security Infrastructure Project

772,254

 

42,227,746

43,000,000

Concourse A Building

182,564,232

 

17,435,768

200,000,000

Noise Mitigation Program

103,672,509

 

71,327,491

175,000,000

Terminal Connectors T2 to T1

405,449

 

96,994,551

97,400,000

Terminal Connectors T3 to T2

209,901

 

51,067,099

51,277,000

North Runway Pavement

0

 

43,064,326

43,064,326

Loading Bridges & PC Air

0

 

41,550,000

41,550,000

Land Acquisition for Facility

0

 

10,000,000

10,000,000

T4 Federal Inspection Facility

60,493,952

 

77,861,108

138,355,060

Rehab North Runway Lights

0

 

7,779,008

7,779,008

Rehab North Runway Taxiway Lights

0

 

7,734,009

7,734,009

Runway 10R-28L Security

296,069

 

4,703,931

5,000,000

Enhancement

 

 

 

 

 

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROGRAM

The transportation capital program for fiscal year 2020 through fiscal year 2024 consists of a variety of transportation construction and maintenance capital projects primarily funded by state and local gas taxes.

This section is organized in the following manner:

 

Page

Chapter 1 Transportation Capital.......................................................................................................................

1-1

Five Year Revenue and Appropriation Summary...........................................................................................

1-3

Road Expansion Projects Chart .....................................................................................................................

1-5

Road Projects Map.........................................................................................................................................

1-6

Road Projects Description..............................................................................................................................

1-7

Maintenance and Improvements Projects Description...................................................................................

1-8

Traffic Engineering Projects Description ........................................................................................................

1-9

Capital Program Support Description...........................................................................................................

1-11

Reserves and Transfers Description............................................................................................................

1-12

Program Appendix .......................................................................................................................................

1-13

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Five Year Revenue and Appropriation Summary

REVENUES blank line

Ninth Cent Gas Tax

1994 Local Option Gas Tax Original Local Option Gas Tax 1998 Local Option Gas Tax 2000 Local Option Gas Tax

80% Portion Constitutional Gas Tax

20% Portion Constitutional Gas Tax

Transportation Concurrency Fees State Grants

Interest Earnings

Less Five Percent Fund Balance blank line

TOTAL REVENUES blank line

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Road Projects

Wiles Rd., University to Riverside

University Dr. and Sheridan St. Intersection Improvements

Convention Center Bypass Road

Subtotal Road Projects blank line

Maintenance and Improvement Projects

SE 3rd Ave. Bridge Rehabiliation Bridge Maintenance Program

Roadway Stormwater Maintenance

Sidewalks/ADA

Bike Lane Construction Resurfacing Guardrail Repair Railroad Crossings Road Improvements Road Maintenance McNab Bridge over US441

Subtotal Maintenance and Improvement Projects

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FY20

FY21

FY22

FY23

FY24

9,844,000

9,844,000

9,844,000

9,844,000

9,844,000

12,025,000

12,025,000

12,025,000

12,025,000

12,025,000

34,255,000

34,255,000

34,255,000

34,255,000

34,255,000

8,225,000

8,225,000

8,225,000

8,225,000

8,225,000

6,086,000

6,086,000

6,086,000

6,086,000

6,086,000

12,842,000

12,842,000

12,842,000

12,842,000

12,842,000

3,211,000

3,211,000

3,211,000

3,211,000

3,211,000

9,600,000

9,600,000

9,600,000

9,600,000

9,600,000

5,250,000

0

16,752,000

0

0

1,640,000

1,520,000

1,413,000

1,316,000

1,228,000

(4,884,400)

(4,878,400)

(4,873,050)

(4,868,200)

(4,863,800)

74,340,000

35,226,000

31,753,000

10,688,330

7,930

$172,433,600

$127,955,600

$141,132,950

$103,224,130

$92,460,130

11,300,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

960,000

0

0

3,000,000

0

35,350,000

0

0

$14,300,000

$0

$36,310,000

$0

$0

0

1,000,000

0

10,220,000

0

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

550,000

550,000

550,000

550,000

550,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

1,655,000

0

0

0

0

$15,905,000

$15,250,000

$14,250,000

$24,470,000

$14,250,000

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

Traffic Engineering Projects

School Zone Flasher

Programming Update

Traffic Control Devices &

Equipment

Signalization Engineering

Improvements

Mast Arms

Communication System

Maintenance & Enhancement

Street Lighting Infrastructure

Repairs

Subtotal Traffic

Engineering Projects

Capital Program Support

Special Purpose Equipment

Traffic Engineering

Special Purpose Equipment

Highway Bridge Maintenance

Capital Cost Allocation

Capital Program Support

Costs

Subtotal Capital Program Support

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Reserves and Transfers

Reserve for Contingency Reserve-Project Commitments

Transportation Concurrency Reserve for Future Projects

Transfer To General Fund (10010)

Transfer To Transit Operating Fund (10025)

Transfer To Transit Capital Fund (35120)

Subtotal Reserves and Transfers

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FY20

2,450,000

3,000,000

300,000

3,500,000

400,000

50,000

$9,700,000

1,500,000

600,000

810,630

3,281,970

$6,192,600

500,000

35,226,000

28,155,710

120,000

57,570,000

4,764,290

$126,336,000

FY21

FY22

FY23

FY24

0

0

0

0

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

$7,250,000

$7,250,000

$7,250,000

$7,250,000

1,000,000

500,000

500,000

506,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

500,000

436,740

810,630

810,630

810,630

810,630

3,281,970

2,713,990

2,075,570

1,596,760

$6,092,600

$5,024,620

$3,886,200

$3,350,130

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

31,753,000

10,688,330

7,930

0

5,220,000

5,220,000

5,220,000

5,220,000

120,000

120,000

120,000

120,000

57,570,000

57,570,000

57,570,000

57,570,000

4,200,000

4,200,000

4,200,000

4,200,000

$99,363,000

$78,298,330

$67,617,930

$67,610,000

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $172,433,600

$127,955,600

$141,132,950

$103,224,130

$92,460,130

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

CURRENT ROAD EXPANSION PROJECTS

Road Projects

Existing

Proposed

Segment

Fiscal Year of

 

Lanes

Lanes

Length

Initial

 

 

 

(miles)

Construction

Wiles Rd., Riverside to Rock Island*

4L

6L

1.0

17

Wiles Rd., University to Riverside*

4L

6L

1.0

20

Pembroke Rd., Dykes to Silver Shore*

2L

4L

1.0

18

Loxahatchee Rd., Parkside Dr. to Lox Wildlife

2L

2L

6.2

22

Refuge*

 

 

 

 

Convention Center Bypass Road

0L

2L

1.5

21

*All or partially funded in past years.

 

 

 

 

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

Road Projects

 

 

Prior

Modified

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Revenues

 

Actuals

FY19

FY20

FY21

FY22

FY23

 

FY24

 

Total

State Grants

 

144,906

1,075,000

5,250,000

0

16,752,000

 

0

 

0

23,221,906

Capital Revenues

 

144,905

1,985,189

9,050,000

0

19,558,000

 

0

 

0

30,738,094

Total Revenues

 

289,811

3,060,189

14,300,000

0

36,310,000

 

0

 

0

53,960,000

Project Appropriations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wiles Rd., University to

Design

0

910,189

0

0

0

 

0

 

0

910,189

Riverside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wiles Rd., University to

Construction

0

2,000,000

11,243,500

0

0

 

0

 

0

13,243,500

Riverside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wiles Rd., University to

Other

289,811

0

56,500

0

0

 

0

 

0

346,311

Riverside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University Dr. and Sheridan

Design

0

150,000

0

0

0

 

0

 

0

150,000

St. Intersection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improvements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University Dr. and Sheridan

Construction

0

0

0

0

960,000

 

0

 

0

960,000

St. Intersection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improvements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Convention Center Bypass

Design

0

0

2,970,000

0

0

 

0

 

0

2,970,000

Road

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Convention Center Bypass

Construction

0

0

0

0

35,000,000

 

0

 

0

35,000,000

Road

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Convention Center Bypass

Other

0

0

30,000

0

350,000

 

0

 

0

380,000

Road

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Appropriations

 

289,811

3,060,189

14,300,000

0

36,310,000

 

0

 

0

53,960,000

Project Descriptions

·The program includes funding to improve county road segments that currently are, or are projected to be, operating at an unacceptable level of service in accordance with standards set within the adopted comprehensive plan transportation element.

·The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has awarded Broward County two County Incentive Grants. FDOT funding will be provided in FY20 for the Wiles Road (University to Riverside) project in the amount of $5,250,000. In FY22, funding will be provided in the amount of $400,000 for the University Drive and Sheridan Street Intersection Improvement project. The county is applying for an FDOT County Incentive Grant that is budgeted in FY22 for the Convention Center Bypass Road project in the amount of $16,352,000.

·Funding is provided in FY20, for integrated Public Art, for the following projects:

oWiles Rd., University to Riverside: $56,500

oConvention Center Bypass Road: $30,000

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

Maintenance and Improvement Projects

 

 

Prior

Modified

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Revenues

 

Actuals

FY19

FY20

FY21

FY22

FY23

FY24

Total

Capital Revenues

 

N/A

19,937,670

15,905,000

15,250,000

14,250,000

24,470,000

14,250,000

104,062,670

Total Revenues

 

N/A

19,937,670

15,905,000

15,250,000

14,250,000

24,470,000

14,250,000

104,062,670

Project Appropriations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SE 3rd Ave. Bridge

Construction

N/A

0

0

1,000,000

0

10,220,000

0

11,220,000

Rehabiliation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bridge Maintenance

Other

N/A

3,362,270

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

18,362,270

Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roadway Stormwater

Construction

N/A

13,760

0

0

0

0

0

13,760

Maintenance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roadway Stormwater

Other

N/A

4,194,400

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

3,550,000

21,944,400

Maintenance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sidewalks/ADA

Other

N/A

2,164,300

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

3,600,000

20,164,300

Bike Lane Construction

Other

N/A

1,400,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

3,900,000

Resurfacing

Other

N/A

1,986,440

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

2,200,000

12,986,440

Guardrail Repair

Other

N/A

1,135,730

550,000

550,000

550,000

550,000

550,000

3,885,730

Railroad Crossings

Other

N/A

1,172,007

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

150,000

1,922,007

Road Improvements

Other

N/A

728,398

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

2,728,398

Road Maintenance

Other

N/A

780,365

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

2,280,365

McNab Bridge over US441

Other

N/A

3,000,000

1,655,000

0

0

0

0

4,655,000

Total Appropriations

 

N/A

19,937,670

15,905,000

15,250,000

14,250,000

24,470,000

14,250,000

104,062,670

Project Descriptions

·Funds are provided for resurfacing, road maintenance, road improvements, and other miscellaneous improvements on County classified roadways.

·Funds are provided for maintaining County railroad crossings per cost sharing agreements for the western and eastern rail corridors. The program includes annual recurring maintenance and one time rehabilitations.

·An annual appropriation is provided to enhance ongoing efforts to assess, repair, and replace guardrails on County roadways.

·Ongoing funding is provided to install sidewalks to better serve pedestrians and to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.

·The bridge maintenance program provides for continual maintenance and inspections on the County's 92 bridges to ensure safety compliance in addition to culverts and pedestrian bridges.

·The Roadway Stormwater Maintenance program involves the inspection of storm sewers using video cameras to evaluate the condition of drainage infrastructure and subsequently repair or replace the infrastructure, based on the results of the evaluation.

·During FY20-24, funds are provided for the installation of bike lanes on the shoulders of various county roads to promote safety for cyclists and motorists.

·In FY21-23, $11.2 million is budgeted for the SE 3rd Avenue Bridge rehabilitation to extend the overall life of the bridge.

·In FY20, an additional $1.65 million is allocated to the McNab Rd. Bridge over US441 painting project.

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TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL

Traffic Engineering Projects

 

 

Prior

Modified

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Revenues

 

Actuals

FY19

FY20

FY21

FY22

FY23

FY24

Total

Refund of Prior Year

 

20

0

0

0

0

0

0

20

Expenditures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reimbursements Other

 

9,308

0

0

0

0

0

0

9,308

Government Agencies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Property Damage Reimb-

 

513,687

0

0

0

0

0

0

513,687

Recov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reimbursement-Other

 

118,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

118,000

Capital Revenues

 

59,798,043

23,962,241

9,700,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

122,460,284

Total Revenues

 

60,439,058

23,962,241

9,700,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

7,250,000

123,101,299

Project Appropriations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Zone Flasher

Other

0

0

2,450,000

0

0

0

0

2,450,000

Programming Update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic Control Devices &

Other

14,926,721

8,223,808

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

3,000,000

38,150,529

Equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signalization Engineering

Design

10,600

890,618

0

0

0

0

0

901,218

Improvements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signalization Engineering

Construction

765,595

0

0

0

0

0

0

765,595

Improvements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signalization Engineering

Other

7,734,870

4,675,412

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

13,910,282

Improvements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mast Arms

Design

282,275

430,403

0

0

0

0

0

712,678

Mast Arms

Construction

2,193,353

6,595,321

3,500,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

26,288,674

Mast Arms

Other

32,321,511

1,276,805

0

0

0

0

0

33,598,316

Communication System

Other

2,073,716

925,290

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

400,000

4,999,006

Maintenance &

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enhancement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Street Lighting

Design

0

200,000

0

0

0

0

0

200,000

Infrastructure Repairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Street Lighting

Other

130,417

744,584

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

1,125,001

Infrastructure Repairs