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The Public Works Department supports this mission through efficient planning, design, construction and maintenance of city facilities and infrastructure; the collection and disposal of refuse, sanitary sewage and storm water; traffic management and pest control. FY 06 Budget: $36,482,348 ($12,075,254 General Fund) Number of Employees: 347.5 FTE Major Services: Drainage Maintenance Engineering Services Street Operations Traffic Engineering and Operations Facilities Management Solid Waste Wastewater Steam Plant Major Objectives: Protect the City’s investment in infrastructure through regular maintenance, repair, and replacement Provide outstanding customer service Continuous improvement Expand use of technology to increase productivity and cost effectiveness Be a good steward of taxpayer dollars Assets: See attached Division specific fact sheets. Interesting Facts: See attached Division specific fact sheets. Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Rising operational costs without increase in operational budgets – year end savings program has bailed us out for years but continues to shrink Need for leadership development for overall coordination of services – PW has become a group of specialists due to flat organizational structure Incremental improvements to operations yard and facilities need to accelerate Current recruitment and retention difficulties likely to worsen with smaller number of workers entering workforce and few with interest in labor intensive public sector jobs Public Works Department Solid Waste Division FY 06 Budget: $9,992,985 65 FTE Major Services: Automated collection of regular refuse weekly Bulk waste collection weekly Automated collection of recyclable materials bi-weekly Management of dumpster contract for city owned facilities and schools Management of landfill operations contract Major Objectives: Provide excellent customer service – “you call, we haul” Keep rates as low as possible Expand use of technology to make operation safer and more efficient Keep fleet up to date, on replacement schedule Maintain capacity to respond to emergencies Assets: 20 tandem automated collection vehicles – regular refuse and recycling 26 knuckleboom loaders for bulk waste Steam Plant Landfill capacity estimated at more than 40 years Interesting Facts: Waste stream totals nearly 100,000 tons per year – 36K regular refuse, 38K bulky waste, 15K yard waste and limbs and 9K curbside recycling Hampton is only local government in state collecting recyclables with own automated fleet. Hampton is only local government in state using tractor-trailer vehicles requiring Class A commercial driver’s license as primary automated collection vehicle. Steam Plant reduces vehicle maintenance by minimizing trips on landfill. Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Enforcement of set out policies Exploring concept of in-house front loader dumpster service to control costs of service to city facilities Recyclable material processing contractor is only source in southeastern VA with contract up for renewal in November 2006 Public Works Department Wastewater Division FY 06 Budget: $5,400,754 69 FTE Major Services: Operation and maintenance of sewage collection system Inflow and infiltration inspection and remediation Stoppage clearing/line cleaning (7 AM – 11 PM 365 days/year) Extension of system Major Objectives: Eliminate overflows – “keep it in the pipe” Focus I/I efforts on areas with biggest problems Keep rates as low as possible Extend system where possible to eliminate septic systems Conform with all environmental regulations Strategies/Assets 107 pump stations 360 miles of pipe In-house construction crew for system extensions 2 TV trucks for in-house inspection of system 3 cleaning trucks Interesting Facts: Spray lining manholes to eliminate infiltration and extend life of structures Metering flow at 36 locations in partnership with HRSD to find worst I/I problems Under a Consent Order with DEQ to perform certain inspections, install meters and correct inflow/infiltration problems Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: System continues to age and experience age related failures EPA is focused on Hampton Roads and looking for additional enforcement action with HRSD as well as all satellite systems High percentage of I/I believed to come from private service laterals. Dealing with private laterals to eliminate I/I will be the biggest issue in 10 – 20 years. Public Works Department Street Operations Division FY 06 Budget: $2,416,490 General Fund 33 FTE $ 776,767 Storm Water 10 FTE Major Services: Maintenance of asphalt and concrete pavement Maintenance and inspection of bridges Inspections of work in ROW and subdivisions Street Sweeping Snow removal Major Objectives: Protect investments in street related infrastructure – “build to last” Ensure complete cost effective draw down of VDOT maintenance funds Expand use of technology to increase productivity and cost effectiveness Reconstruct streets to extend service life – add curb and gutter where feasible Assist HCS with parking lot maintenance and rehab Assets/Assets 1,050 lane miles of streets 38 bridges Approximately $11 million VDOT maintenance reimbursement Interesting Facts: Residential streets last paved with bond issue in early 1980’s Condition assessment of all streets conducted in 2002 to provide rating and priority for resurfacing/reconstruction Over 60 miles of residential street without curb and gutter Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Improve citizen’s satisfaction ratings for street related questions Develop plan with associated funding to establish 25 year cycle for paving Add curb and gutter with all reconstruction projects, sidewalks where needed and feasible Strengthen utility policy dealing with impact to ROW with utility cuts and patches Maintain capacity to address high profile/tight schedule projects with in-house resources Public Works Department Facilities Management Division FY 06 Budget: $3,306,523 31 FTE Major Services: Maintenance of city buildings Provision of janitorial services to city buildings Building monitoring and security Major Objectives: Avoid loss of use due to maintenance related problems “open for business” Protect investment in infrastructure through regular maintenance Plan for future investments in facilities based on condition assessments Provide high quality customer service Srategies/Assets 87 facilities 1.6 million square feet Interesting Facts: Utilities costs exceed $1.1 million annually Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Replacement of functionally obsolescent facilities Energy management will become even more important as energy costs soar and deregulation becomes a reality Qualified skilled trades people are difficult to recruit and retain due to strong construction market Difficult to get high quality in new construction – newer buildings require higher maintenance efforts initially Public Works Department Drainage Maintenance Division FY 06 Budget: $1,645,757 General Fund 28 FTE $1,100,951 Storm Water 23 FTE Major Services: Maintenance of drainage systems Construction of drainage improvement projects Entomology – mosquito, rat and other vector control Major Objectives: Protect investments in drainage related infrastructure – “clean and flowing” Keep outfalls serviceable Respond to blockages rapidly Improve drainage system where possible Assets/Assets 384 miles of pipe 190 miles of ditches 17,500 drainage structures Interesting Facts: Residential piping program pipes front yard ditches in right-of-way when resident provides pipe Much of city served by drainage system that was installed prior to current standards and unable to handle 10-year design storm Tidal influence has significant impact on much of the system Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Public education on system capacity – intense storms of short duration will cause localized flooding Improve mapping and documentation of system – institutional knowledge exists in a few people’s heads Newmarket Creek flooding – frequency has increased with current weather patterns Recruitment and retention of labor force required for manual cutting and clearing of ditches Public Works Department Traffic Engineering and Operations Division FY 06 Budget: $2,614,490 19 FTE Major Services: Operation and maintenance of traffic signals Installation and maintenance of signs within the right-of-way Maintenance of pavement markings Traffic engineering studies Major Objectives: Safe and efficient transportation network Get traffic information out to public for informed routing decisions Minimize travel times for Hampton residents Balance need to move traffic with need to protect quality of life in neighborhoods Expand use of technology to improve traffic management with regional emphasis Continued investment in traffic management system to preserve investment and enhance operation Assets/Assets 170 signalized intersections 30,000 signs Central computer management system for signals connected by fiber Interesting Facts: Signal system ranked in top 10 in nationwide survey conducted by several agencies including Federal Highway Administration, APWA and others Streetlights and signal system consume nearly $1.5 million annually LED signal heads have been purchased and installed in most signals to reduce energy costs and extend life using end of year savings Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Interstate congestion will continue to push traffic onto our local streets, creating delays and local congestion Managing traffic demands within existing corridors – limited funding for new construction, no available alternative corridors Neighborhood based initiatives for “traffic calming” can be tricky to manage Funding for enhancements to existing intersections – small enhancements can make significant impact on traffic flow Public Works Department Engineering Services Division FY 06 Budget: $894,737 17 FTE Major Services: “We map and manage Hampton’s development” Capital project management – design and construction GIS maintenance and mapping Land development technical support Management of VDOT construction projects – locally administered Major Objectives: Deliver capital projects on time and within budget Keep property information current and accurate in GIS Maximize use of VDOT funds Assets/Assets Five registered professional engineers within Division – 12 total within Public Works Department Interesting Facts: First local government in Region to put GIS on-line for public access One of only three local governments to elect local control over VDOT Urban Construction (Richmond, Virginia Beach, Hampton) Significant amount of design still accomplished with in-house forces Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Local management of VDOT Urban Construction program – Federal funds, etc. Escalating costs of materials and fuel places stress on future project estimates Public Works Department Hampton/NASA Steam Plant FY 06 Budget: $6,166,500 ($800K from Solid Waste Fund) 36 FTE Major Services: Disposal of all residential regular refuse Steam generation to support NASA Langley Research Center Major Objectives: Supply as much of NASA’s steam needs as possible Provide for disposal of as much of Hampton’s residential waste stream as possible Maximize revenue from private haulers to help offset costs Assets/Assets 2- Refuse fueled boilers with total plant capacity of 240 tons per day Interesting Facts: Plant modernization nearing completion including new air pollution control system – exceeds all environmental emission regulations Plant provides more than 80% of NASA’s steam needs State does not recognize Waste-to-Energy as reuse or recycling Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Continued private market pressures on tipping fees – proposed new landfill in Camden County, N.C. may drive regional prices down further Fewer trained and skilled boiler operators coming from Navy with fewer steam fired ships in fleet Public Works Department Stormwater FY 06 Budget: $3,646,855 43 FTE Major Services: Street Sweeping – Public Works Department, Street Operations Division Ditch Maintenance – Public Works Department, Drainage Maintenance Division Capital Project Construction – Public Works Department, Drainage Maintenance Division Stormwater Engineering – Public Works Department, Administration Erosion and Sediment Control Permits and Inspection – Codes Compliance Environmental Planning – Planning Department Wetlands Board Staff – Planning Department Major Objectives: Improve the quality of storm water runoff to maximum extent possible Eliminate non-storm water discharges to the storm sewer system Public education regarding individual behaviors that impact water quality Reduce frequency and impact of localized flooding Assets/Assets Storm water utility fee $3.50/equivalent residential unit per year generates approximately $3.5 million in annual revenues Interesting Facts: A single bond funded CIP was undertaken in FY 95 ($4.5 million) – all other projects on a “pay as you go” basis Ditch elimination is not an effective water quality improvement measure without storm water receiving basin Street sweeping and ditch maintenance are the most positively impacting activities of program Upcoming Issues/Future Challenges: Focus by regulators on treatment of storm water Inability to develop measurable indicators of success Continued development pressure on the limited waterfront/wetland 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