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File #: 21-0732    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/26/2021 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 5/13/2021 Final action: 5/13/2021
Title: Department of Transportation recommends that the Planning Commission: 1) Approve the Finding of Consistency of the 2021 Annual Capital Improvement Program with the General Plan; and 2) Approve the Finding of Consistency of eight additional projects to be included in the Annual Capital Improvement Program: a) Ice House Road Pavement Rehabilitation - Phase 3 Project (CIP 36105068); b) Wentworth Springs Road Pavement Rehabilitation (CIP 36105070); c) Pleasant Valley Road - Restripe (2 to 4 lanes) from SR 49 to Toyan Drive (CIP 36105067); d) Guardrail Upgrades Safety Project (CIP 36105075); e) Ice House Road Guardrail Safety Project (CIP 36105074); f) Installation of Recessed Edge-lines Safety Project (CIP 36105071); g) Pedestrian Safety Improvements (CIP 36105073); and h) Pleasant Valley Road Safety Improvements (CIP 36105072).
Attachments: 1. A - Findings of Consistency Memo, 2. B - 2021 Overall Unfunded CIP, 3. C - 2021 Project Change Table, 4. Public Comment Rcvd 05-13-21
Related files: 21-0304
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Department of Transportation recommends that the Planning Commission:
1) Approve the Finding of Consistency of the 2021 Annual Capital Improvement Program with the General Plan; and
2) Approve the Finding of Consistency of eight additional projects to be included in the Annual Capital Improvement Program:
a) Ice House Road Pavement Rehabilitation - Phase 3 Project (CIP 36105068);
b) Wentworth Springs Road Pavement Rehabilitation (CIP 36105070);
c) Pleasant Valley Road - Restripe (2 to 4 lanes) from SR 49 to Toyan Drive (CIP 36105067);
d) Guardrail Upgrades Safety Project (CIP 36105075);
e) Ice House Road Guardrail Safety Project (CIP 36105074);
f) Installation of Recessed Edge-lines Safety Project (CIP 36105071);
g) Pedestrian Safety Improvements (CIP 36105073); and
h) Pleasant Valley Road Safety Improvements (CIP 36105072).

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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
On March 16, 2021, the Board authorized additions and changes to the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Legistar 21-0304, Item 22, for 2021. The Board has chosen to approve the final 2021 CIP in June 2021.

A CIP is a planning document that identifies capital improvement projects (e.g., roads, bridges, etc.) a local government or public agency intends to build over a certain time horizon (usually between 5 and 20 years). CIPs typically provide key information for each project, including a general scope, schedule (includes planning, design, and construction), cost and revenue sources. The County’s CIP provides a means for the Board to define capital improvement project and funding priorities over a 20-Year horizon.

In order to maintain the integrity of its roadway network, the County is required to develop and maintain a 10- and 20-Year CIP pursuant to General Plan Policy TC-Xb and Implementation Measure TC-A.

Attachment A provides a detailed discussion on the Findings of Consistency of the 2021 Annual CIP Update with the General Plan. Staff is requesting the Planning Commission approve Findings of...

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