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Title: City of Leon Valley Town Hall Meeting


1
City of Leon Valley Town Hall Meeting
2
Background
  • Since 1972, when the original City Hall was
    built, the City of Leon Valley has grown by over
    8,900 residents
  • The current City Hall facilities have not kept
    pace with technology, privacy and ADA
    requirements, and building codes

3
Background
  • Leon Valley Fire and EMS
  • Approximately 2,000 annually
  • 166 per month
  • Leon Valley Police Department
  • Approximately 10,000 annually
  • 833 per month

4
Background (Cont.)
  • City Hall Expansion History
  • Addition Fire/Police/Administration 1980
  • Fire Dept. Training Room/Emergency Operations
    Center 1985
  • Fire Dept. Ambulance Bay Addition 1999
  • Mayor/City Manager/Conference Room 2002
  • Leon Valley has had no Bond Election since 1979

5
Background (Cont.)
  • In January of 2011, as part of the Town Hall
    meeting, the need to expand City facilities was
    identified as a priority.

6
Background (Cont.)
  • In July of 2011 a Citizens Committee was formed
    to conduct an in-depth assessment of the
    facilities
  • Olen Yarnell Chairman, Mike Davis, Mayor
    Pro-Tem Jack Dean, Pedro Esquivel, Councilmember
    Kathy Hill, Fire Chief Stan Irwin, City Manager
    Manuel Longoria Jr., Al Uvietta, Police Chief
    Randall Wallace

7
Background (Cont.)
  • The Committee worked with Alamo Architects who
    conducted a needs assessment and provided
    technical assistance in
  • evaluating square footage requirements
  • projecting design and engineering considerations
  • construction costs

8
Background (Cont.)
  • The assessment resulted in the Committees
    recommendation for
  • 15,000 square feet of additional space
  • Renovation of existing space (19,714 sq. ft.)
  • With the changes, public safety and support
    services will operate in a modern, efficient, and
    compliant manner

9
Public Input
  • Town Hall Meeting
  • Jan 28, 2012
  • Public Hearings
  • February 7, 15, 21, and 27, 2012
  • Citizen Tours
  • February 11 and 25, 2012

10
Needs Assessment - Findings Fire Department

Fire Chief Stan Irwin
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Needs Assessment - Findings Fire Department
  • Improve Facility to Support Overall Department
  • Function
  • Training Room
  • Fitness Room
  • Dedicated Room for Report Writing
  • HIPPA Compliant Secretarial Area

12
Needs Assessment - Findings Fire Department
  • Apparatus Needs
  • Eliminate Shared Drive with Police
  • Improve Access
  • Ventilation Exhaust Collection
  • Apparatus Bays
  • Decontamination Area
  • Secured Parking Lot for Emergency
  • Response Vehicles and Trailers
  • Covered Parking for Emergency Response
  • Vehicles

13
Needs Assessment - Findings Fire Department
  • Firefighters EMS
  • Individual Dormitory Spaces
  • Improve Female Locker/Shower Rooms
  • Improve Common Living Areas Dayroom,
  • Kitchen, Laundry Facilities, etc.
  • Meet Fire Code with Kitchen Equipment
  • Improve Safety with Sprinkler System

14
Needs Assessment - Findings Fire Department
  • Improve Storage
  • Turnout Gear
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Evidence
  • High Value Equipment
  • EMS Supplies

15
Needs Assessment - Findings Police Department
Police Chief Randall Wallace
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Needs Assessment - Findings Police Department
  • Improve Facility to Support Overall Department
  • Function
  • Training Room
  • Privacy CID
  • Secluded Room for Reports
  • Patrol Officer Locker Room
  • Patrol Car Parking

17
Needs Assessment - Findings Police Department
  • Improve Storage
  • Armory
  • Technology Room
  • Evidence
  • Locker Room, Gear Lockers

18
Needs Assessment - Findings Police Department
  • Improve Security
  • Prisoner Hold Area
  • Security Camera Coverage
  • Centralize Dispatch
  • Centralize Door Lock Controls
  • Prisoners
  • Intake Process
  • Interview
  • Juveniles

19
Needs Assessment - Findings Support Services
City Manager Manuel Longoria Jr.
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Needs Assessment - Findings Support Services
  • Improve Space for City Support Services
  • Improve Service Windows for Privacy
  • Court Day Process
  • Improve for City Admin. Visitors

Alamo Architects January 28, 2012
21
Needs Assessment - Findings Support Services
  • Better Meeting Spaces for Private Conversations
  • Better Workspaces
  • In General
  • Particularly
  • Finance Director
  • Human Resources
  • Community Development
  • Judge and Prosecutor
  • Improve Storage

Alamo Architects January 28, 2012
22
Site
23
Site
24
Floodway Issue
  • Recommended plan moves the Fire Station, which
    currently has areas below the flood plain, to a
    new location out of the flood plain
  • All occupied areas of the renovated facilities
    would be located above the flood plain

25
Floodway Issue
26
Floodway Issue
27
Solution
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Recommended Plan
Fire Department
Build 15,000 sq. ft. Fire Station 3,375,000

Police Department
Renovate 9,922 sq. ft. of existing space 1,087,380

Support Services
Renovate 9,792 sq. ft. of existing space 1,185,200
Site, Parking, Etc 500,000

Total Construction 6,147,580
Soft Costs 614,420
Contingency 238,000
Project Total 7,000,000
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Recommended Plan
  • City Council unanimously called for a Bond
    Election for the Public Safety and Support
    Services facilities on February 27, 2012

30
Election Timing
  • Interest rates for project funding is at the
    lowest point since 1967
  • Leon Valley has an excellent credit rating (AA)
  • Labor and materials cost are at their lowest
    point in years

31
Approximately how much will the Bond cost a
Homeowner?
Projected Home Value After any Exemptions Projected Annual Impact on Leon Valley Taxpayers Projected Monthly Impact on Leon Valley Taxpayers
100,000 49.73 4.14
125,000 62.16 5.18
150,000 74.59 6.22
200,000 99.45 8.29
250,000 124.31 10.36
  • The tax rate for debt service will increase by
    approximately 0.0497 cents per 100 valuation.
  • The above projected tax rate impact is NOT
    applicable to homeowners over 65 that have
    applied for and received the tax freeze.

32
Early Voting
Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
April 30 8 am 6 pm May 1 8 am 6 pm May 2 8 am 6 pm May 3 8 am 6 pm May 4 8 am 6 pm May 5 10 am 6 pm May 6 Noon 6 pm
May 7 8 am 8 pm May 8 8 am 8 pm
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Early Voting
  • Area Early Voting Locations
  • Leon Valley Conference Center
  • Great Northwest Library
  • Wonderland/Crossroads Mall
  • Northside Activity Center
  • Bexar County Justice Center
  • For additional Early Voting locations, please
    check www.leonvalleytexas.gov

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Election Day Voting
  • May 12, 2012
  • 700 am 700 pm
  • 3002, 3003   John Marshall High School, 8000
    Lobo Lane
  • 2061, 2143 Leon Valley City Hall, 6400 El
    Verde Rd
  • 2112,2126  Leon Valley Elementary School,
    7111 Huebner
  • 2151 Neff Middle School, 5227 Evers
    Rd

35
Summary
  • If passed, Leon Valleys Public Safety and
    Support Services bond would
  • Build a new 15,000 square foot Fire Station with
    male and female sleeping rooms and
  • locker rooms, and secured, covered parking for
    public safety and rescue vehicles and
  • equipment
  • Renovate 9,922 square feet of existing space for
    the Police Department, expanding
  • current space and adding new features such as a
    secured prisoner entry port, dedicated
  • detention for juveniles and dedicated space for
    victim and prisoner interviews
  • Renovate 9,792 square feet of existing space for
    Support Services, adding office
  • spaces, meeting space and storage
  • Provide public facilities that will meet space
    needs now and for the next 25 30  years

36
Summary
  • Plans for the new Fire Station and the complete
    renovation of existing spaces provide an
    efficient use of the existing building

37
Summary
  • Leon Valley has a history of prudent management
    of tax dollars
  • Awarded the Certificate of Achievement for
    Excellence in Financial Reporting from the
    Government Finance Officers Association of the
    United States and Canada for the last 13 fiscal
    years

38
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