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2011 Successes • Undertook a significant Capital Works Program budgeted at $20. 5 million. 2011 Successes • Undertook a significant Capital Works Program budgeted at $20. 5 million. Major Projects completed or underway include: – Water • Watermain looping between Reichanbach and Rippington Roads; • Asbestos Watermain replacement on 193 Street north of Hammond Road; • Rural Water Metering upgrade/replacements underway; • Haney Main #1 replaced from Harris Road to the Katzie Slough along the Lougheed Highway; • Baynes Road watermain replaced from Airport Way to 160 metres north; – Sewer • 1, 100 metres of Sanitary Main Re-lining completed;

2011 Successes (cont’d) – Roads • Advent Road at 190 A Avenue intersection curb 2011 Successes (cont’d) – Roads • Advent Road at 190 A Avenue intersection curb extensions; • Neaves Road southbound lane pavement rehabilitation continued; • Old Dewdney Trunk Road pavement rehabilitated from Sharpe to Hale Roads; • Kennedy Road Bridge completed in March of 2011; • Bonson Road pavement rehabilitated from Joyner to 116 B Avenue; • Blakely Road rehabilitated from 121 B to 120 B Avenue; • Ladner Road rehabilitated from Rannie to 450 metres east; • Harris Park - Additional Parking constructed; • Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Timers purchased and installed on all Harris Road intersections; • Baynes Road south end (180 m) rehabilitated and upgraded.

2011 Successes (cont’d) – Drainage • Environmental study of Katzie Slough underway; • Fenton 2011 Successes (cont’d) – Drainage • Environmental study of Katzie Slough underway; • Fenton Slough Pump Station Pump purchased; • Mc. Kechnie Drainage Improvements – Parks and Recreation Facilities • Pitt Meadows Arena’s upgrades underway; • South Bonson Community Centre completed; • Don Mc. Lean Park design completed; • Youth Action Skate Park completed; – Fleet • Tandem Axle Truck purchased; • Fire Engine 1 – 2 Replacement underway; – Municipal Facilities • Masson House • Fire Hall Kitchen upgrade completed; • New Library tenant improvements – Information Technology • Laptop Replacement underway; • Fiber Optic Network upgrade completed; • Smart phone replacement completed; – Other • Lougheed Highway Sound Attenuation Wall completed;

Significant Issues and Trends • Continued Infrastructure Growth – Underground utility lengths along with Significant Issues and Trends • Continued Infrastructure Growth – Underground utility lengths along with valves, hydrants and manholes have increased 15% since 2001. This trend will slow in the coming years as available land for development is used up. – Road infrastructure has increased 7. 7% since 2001 with long lengths of the rural roads requiring rehabilitation.

Significant Issues and Trends (cont’d) • Demand on existing water infrastructure in the rural Significant Issues and Trends (cont’d) • Demand on existing water infrastructure in the rural areas; • Transportation issues continue on local roads from the new Golden Ears Bridge and to the continued growth in areas to the east of the City; • Long term replacement strategies for all the City’s utilities are reviewed annually to match up with available funding; • Funding for major new projects requires long term planning; • Accelerated vegetative growth restricting flows in the lowland drainage system.

Asset Categories 1. Transportation, Roads and Bridges 2. Water System 3. Sanitary Sewer 4. Asset Categories 1. Transportation, Roads and Bridges 2. Water System 3. Sanitary Sewer 4. Storm Drainage System 5. Recreation and Cultural Facilities 6. Fire Services and Emergency Program 7. Municipal Fleet 8. Municipal Buildings 9. Dyking System 10. Information Technology

Transportation – Roads & Bridges Asset Summary • Total Length of Roads = 114. Transportation – Roads & Bridges Asset Summary • Total Length of Roads = 114. 3 Km • Rural = 65. 3 km, • Urban = 49 km • Road lengths have increased 7. 7% since 2001 • Road infrastructure includes – – – 8 bridges, 56 km of sidewalks, 8 traffic signals, 994 streetlights and over 1, 800 traffic signs and posts

Transportation – Roads & Bridges 2011 Condition Discussion Distribution Very Poor 2% • 79% Transportation – Roads & Bridges 2011 Condition Discussion Distribution Very Poor 2% • 79% of roads in good to very good condition. • In 2011, 54% of total transportation budget used for road rehabilitation • Existing funding envelopes needed to maintain current road condition levels. • Pavement Management Program to be updated in 2012. – Yearly road rehabilitation projects are scheduled from the Pavement Management Program. – Staff review underground utility improvements prior to road upgrading. Poor 10% Fair 9% Very Good 35% Good 44%

Transportation – Roads & Bridges Key Proposed 2012 Projects • 193 Street south of Transportation – Roads & Bridges Key Proposed 2012 Projects • 193 Street south of Hammond • Neaves Road South bound Lane Rehabilitation • Harris Road - Mc. Donald to Alouette River • Kennedy Road – Lougheed to Ferry Slip Road • Traffic Calming – Curb Bulge outs at 192 A and Davison • Urban Sidewalk repairs • Thompson Road Bridge Replacement

Water System • Total Length of Water mains = 112. 3 km includes: 50, Water System • Total Length of Water mains = 112. 3 km includes: 50, 000 – 6 Pressure Reducing Stations, – 461 Hydrants, and – approx. 5, 250 service connections 40, 000 • Watermain lengths have increased by 11. 5% (12, 903 m) since 2001 • Approximately 50% of annual Water Capital designated to replace end of life watermains Water Pipe Age Distribution 45, 000 30, 000 metres 25, 000 20, 000 15, 000 10, 000 5, 000 0 1970 -79 1980 - 89 1990 - 99 2000 - 09 2010 - 19 Year Installed

Water System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Upgrade PRV SCADA • Rural Water Meter Water System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Upgrade PRV SCADA • Rural Water Meter upgrades • Blakely Road – AC main replacement 120 B Avenue to 119 th Avenue • Ford Road – AC main replacement 191 B to 188 Street • Sheridan Hill Water Booster upgrade

Sanitary System Sanitary Pipe Age Distribution 18000 16000 14000 • Total Length of Sanitary Sanitary System Sanitary Pipe Age Distribution 18000 16000 14000 • Total Length of Sanitary System = 48. 5 km includes: – – 8 pumping stations, 16 pumps, 6 generators and approx. 4, 327 service connections • Sewer Main lengths have increased by 22. 9% (11, 129 m) since 2001 • 85% of the City’s sewage flows to the GVRD Baynes Road Pump Station • Asbestos Cement main replacement & upgrading program started in 2009 and will continue for the next 10 years 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 1970 - 79 1980 - 89 1990 - 99 2000 - 09 2010 - 19 Year Installed 30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 AC Class II DI Flex Concrete PVC HDPE CIPP VIT Clay 2001 2011

Sanitary Sewer System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • 114 B Lift Station Replacement • Sanitary Sewer System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • 114 B Lift Station Replacement • SCADA Upgrades • Sanitary Main Pipe Video • Harris/Fieldstone Lift Station Power Source Upgrade

Drainage System Storm Pipe Age Distribution 16, 000. 00 14, 000. 00 • Asset Drainage System Storm Pipe Age Distribution 16, 000. 00 14, 000. 00 • Asset Inventory – 188. 4 km of open drainage ditches – 47. 4 km of storm pipe – 3, 650 service connections, – 1, 393 catch basins, – 722 culverts, – 6 pump stations (15 pumps) • Storm sewer main lengths have increased 17. 8% (7, 084 m) since 2001 • 2007 Lowland Drainage Study and 2008 Utility Assessment work is used to plan long term upgrades to drainage infrastructure 12, 000. 00 10, 000. 00 8, 000. 00 6, 000. 00 4, 000. 00 2, 000. 00 1970 - 79 1980 - 89 1990 - 99 2000 - 09 2010 - 19 Year Installed Storm System Inventory 40000 35000 30000 25000 Length (m) 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 Concrete CSP Pipe Type PVC 2001 Totals 2011 Totals

Drainage System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Rural Culvert Replacements • Baynes Road Pump Drainage System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Rural Culvert Replacements • Baynes Road Pump Replacement/upgrade • Area #4 Drainage Pump Station Design • Mc. Kechnie Drainage Area Improvements • Work to establish protocols and procedures for major slough cleaning

Recreation and Cultural Facilities, Pitt Meadows Recreation Centre Parks and Dykes Paid Admissions 50000 Recreation and Cultural Facilities, Pitt Meadows Recreation Centre Parks and Dykes Paid Admissions 50000 • Recreation facilities and parks within the City of Pitt Meadows include: – – 3 recreation buildings 18 developed Park Lands 8 Cultural and other buildings South Bonson Community Centre Building completed in 2011 40000 Users 30000 20000 10000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 2010 2011

Recreation and Cultural Facilities, Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Don Mc. Lean Park Development Recreation and Cultural Facilities, Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Don Mc. Lean Park Development • Caretaker House - PM Athletic Park • Harris Park Sports Field North Renovation • Youth Action Skate Park Lighting

Fire Services and Emergency Program • Pitt Meadows Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service works Fire Services and Emergency Program • Pitt Meadows Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service works as a team of volunteer and career firefighters serving the community by protecting life and property • The Fire Department maintains 1 fire hall, 4 vehicles, 4 apparatus and 100 types of small equipment (rescue tools, breathing apparatus, radio equipment and personal protective equipment)

Fire Services Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Fire Training Ground Development • Fire Officer Fire Services Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Fire Training Ground Development • Fire Officer Training Vehicle

Municipal Fleet • Fleet is used to maintain water, sewer, drainage, roads, buildings and Municipal Fleet • Fleet is used to maintain water, sewer, drainage, roads, buildings and solid waste assets of the City • Equipment is used to perform over 140 maintenance functions • Current assets of the fleet – 22 vehicles – 37 pieces of equipment – 42 small tools • Standby vehicle was needed for 115 dispatched after hour's calls up to September 31, 2011

Municipal Fleet – Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Ford Utility Truck • Service Truck Municipal Fleet – Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Ford Utility Truck • Service Truck (tool truck) • John Deere Mower • Anti-Icing Machine

Municipal Buildings • City owned buildings include: – – – – City Hall Library Municipal Buildings • City owned buildings include: – – – – City Hall Library Fire Hall Works Yard Masson House Struthers House Visitor Information Centre Civic Centre Parkade • A Life Cycle Analysis has been completed on all of the City’s major buildings • The City’s 3 major buildings (Library, City Hall and Fire Hall) were all built in the 1980’s and have been extensively renovated with major additions to the City Hall and Fire Hall

Municipal Buildings Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Civic Centre Signage • Civic Centre Old Municipal Buildings Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Civic Centre Signage • Civic Centre Old Library Renovation

Dyking System • The City maintains 61 km of Dykes surrounding 4 distinct Dyking Dyking System • The City maintains 61 km of Dykes surrounding 4 distinct Dyking and Drainage Areas • Approximately 86% (9, 516 ha) of total lands within the City are in the floodplain • As part of the Dyke system there are 4 gravity flood boxes that require periodic maintenance or upgrading • New Ministry guidelines for dyke elevations requires the City to raise elevations of the dykes in Area’s 2 &3, to be done as grant funding becomes available.

Dyking System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Miscellaneous Repairs • Miscellaneous Dyke Topping Dyking System Key Proposed 2012 Projects • Miscellaneous Repairs • Miscellaneous Dyke Topping

Information Technology • Information Technology Systems support approximately 65 desktop and or laptop computers Information Technology • Information Technology Systems support approximately 65 desktop and or laptop computers and 24 virtual servers connected over a wide area network with local area networks operating in each of the four City locations • IT maintains current business applications including: Vadim system, Cartegraph, Hummingbird DM, GIS, Scada, Office software products, City Website and Telecommunications (VOIP & Voicemail, Cell phones and Smartphones)

Information Technology Key Proposed 2012 Projects • CPM Website and Intranet Upgrade and Redevelopment Information Technology Key Proposed 2012 Projects • CPM Website and Intranet Upgrade and Redevelopment • Point to Multipoint Wireless Infrastructure Base • Core Business Systems Review

Capital Budget Capital Budget

Capital Asset Value Significant asset base to maintain: • Based on Historical Cost, before Capital Asset Value Significant asset base to maintain: • Based on Historical Cost, before depreciation - $157 M (not including land) • Estimated Replacement Cost in excess of $250 M • 2012 contributions to infrastructure/equipment replacement reserves - $3. 8 M (plus allocated interest) • Annual depreciation - $3. 4 M (historical cost)

Capital Funding Reserves for Asset Replacement (Projected Balances) $ 14, 000 General Infrastructure Replacement Capital Funding Reserves for Asset Replacement (Projected Balances) $ 14, 000 General Infrastructure Replacement $ 12, 000 Utility Fund Reserves $ 10, 000 $ 8, 000 $ 6, 000 $ 4, 000 $ 2, 000 $2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

Capital Funding • Planned increase in annual contributions $125, 000 in 2012, and $50, Capital Funding • Planned increase in annual contributions $125, 000 in 2012, and $50, 000 each year thereafter

Capital Funding • Planned increase in annual contributions $99, 500 in 2012, and $30, Capital Funding • Planned increase in annual contributions $99, 500 in 2012, and $30, 000 every second year thereafter

Capital Funding • Future Capital Reserve Annual Contributions - $625, 000 • Strategic Capital Capital Funding • Future Capital Reserve Annual Contributions - $625, 000 • Strategic Capital Reserve Annual Contributions -$270, 000 • Borrowing authorized by bylaw - $20. 9 M • Current Utilization - $14. 4 M • Annual Debt Servicing Limit - $5. 8 M • 2012 Debt service budget - $615, 359

Capital Funding Reserves for Growth (Projected Balances) $ 9, 000 $ 8, 000 Future Capital Funding Reserves for Growth (Projected Balances) $ 9, 000 $ 8, 000 Future Capital Reserve Fund Parkland Acquisition Reserve Fund Strategic Capital $ 7, 000 $ 6, 000 $ 5, 000 $ 4, 000 $ 3, 000 $ 2, 000 $ 1, 000 $2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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