Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Citizens Agenda for Meetings on November 29, 2022

Citizens Agenda

Council meeting agendas are often difficult for people to navigate. Filled with jargon and legal requirements on how an item must be listed, it can be challenging to determine what Council members are discussing or deciding on. 


What follows is a staff interpretation of the agendas. 

The official published agendas and supporting materials can be found here:  http://agendas.provo.org 


This meeting will be conducted both in-person and virtually. The in-person meeting will be held in the Council Chambers. The meeting will be available to the public for live broadcast and on-demand viewing on YouTube and Facebook at: youtube.com/provocitycouncil and facebook.com/provocouncil. For information on how to view the meetings and how to contribute public comments without attending in person, click here.



PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Work Meeting Agenda

1:30 PM, Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil


Work Meetings are designed to be a less formal venue for discussion among Council Members. Generally, no public input is taken during the meeting.


Business


  1.  A presentation from Utah Clean Energy regarding net zero stretch codes. (22-082)

  • Buildings can account for 40-75% of a community's greenhouse gas emissions. Net zero standards like energy efficiency and electric HV/AC and appliances can not only reduce emissions and improve air quality, but they can also save homeowners money on energy and gas utilities. Net zero stretch codes (also known as zero energy or energy reach codes) are supplementary building standards that municipalities can adopt to encourage the development of net zero buildings. These standards are not mandatory, and Utah state law prohibits municipalities from mandating net zero or all-electric buildings. However, municipalities can offer incentives to encourage such developments. Kevin Emerson, Utah Clean Energy's Director of Building Efficiency and Decarbonization, will present to the Council about Utah Clean Energy's efforts to empower cities to have more of a say in development standards and about what other cities have adopted. 


  1.  A presentation regarding potential amendments to ADU petition permit process. (22-056)

  • During the October 18, 2022 Work and Regular Council, a motion was made for staff to review the feasibility of an amendment to the ADU permit petition pathway process found in Chapter 14.30 that would allow and/or require the signature gathering process to be anonymous. Council and city staff worked with the Council Housing Committee to explore various options including examining the pros and cons of each approach. After months of research and review into the proposal, the Housing Committee recommends making no amendments to the newly passed Chapter 14.30 but has asked staff to record any issues with the permit petition pathway and report back specific issues with the general ADU report in 2023. 


  1. A discussion regarding the proposed new General Plan. (22-011)

  • The Council will be discussing the proposed new General Plan in this meeting and the December 13th meeting.


Closed Meeting


Adjournment




PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Regular Meeting Agenda

5:30 PM, Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil


Opening Ceremony

  • Items in this category do not involve legislative action. 


Presentations, Proclamations, and Awards


  1. Presentation of the Utah Chiefs of Police Association's Accreditation of the Provo Police Department. (22-044) 

  • For the last three years or so, the Provo Police Department has been working to secure the departmental accreditation offered by the Utah Chiefs of Police Association and the accreditation was recently approved by UCOPA. This accreditation effort includes a self-study covering 32 topical sets of standards ranging from organization and structure, planning, and research to personnel, compensation, fiscal management, training, public information, and evidence management. After submission of the self-study, UCOPA sends an assessment team into the department to see the department first hand and to assess the accuracy of the self-study. Following the site assessment, the UCOPA board makes a final determination of the department's accreditation status. UCOPA's standards are rigorous and only achieved by a few departments (currently 11) in the state. 


Public Comment

  • Instructions for making public comments at this electronic meeting can be found on the officially published agenda: agendas.provo.org.

    • Dial 346 248 7799. Enter Meeting ID  871 3375 8180 and press #. When asked for a participant ID, press #. To join via computer, use the same meeting ID and enter passcode: 449940.

  • Fifteen minutes have been set aside for any person to express ideas, concerns, comments, or issues that are not on the agenda:

    • Please state your name and city of residence into the microphone.

    • Please limit your comments to two minutes.

    • State Law prohibits the Council from acting on items that do not appear on the agenda.


Action Agenda

  1. A resolution consenting to the appointment of an individual to the Transportation & Mobility Advisory Committee. (22-009)

  • Mayor Kaufusi has submitted the name of an individual who she recommends for appointment to the Transportation & Mobility Advisory Committee. The Council, after considering the Mayor's recommendations and this resolution is presented for the Council's advice and consent to formalize the appointment. 


  1. A resolution appointing an individual to the Civil Service Commission. (22-009) 

  • Due to the recent resignation of one of the Civil Service Commission members, the Council needs to appoint a replacement. There is some time sensitivity to this appointment, as there is an upcoming need for a hearing before the Commission. The Legal Department has reviewed the proposed appointment for compliance with applicable state statutes, and the legal requirements will be met by this appointment.


  1. A resolution appropriating $15,050 in the General Fund for an Information Technology (IT) assessment. (22-080) 

  • The Administration is recommending the City engage a 3rd party resource to perform an IT assessment looking at strategy, budget, staffing, reporting structure, and general practices with a goal to better align budget with expected outcomes and acceptable risk levels. We feel the study can be completed for approximately $32,000 and propose half of the cost of study come from an appropriation of General Fund Balance and the other half come from the Information Systems operating Budget.


  1. *CONTINUED* An ordinance amending the zone map classification of approximately .22 acres of property located at 1220 E 960 S, from One Family Residential (R1.8) & Residential Conservation (RC) to Low Density Residential (LDR). Provost South Neighborhood (PLRZ20220244)

  • The applicant is requesting approval for a parcel of vacant land that is in the R1.8 zone along with a small portion of land that is in the RC zone to be rezoned to the LDR zone. The purpose of the rezone would be to allow for a new twin home to be built on the land that is being rezoned. The proposed rezone area will consist of approximately 0.22 acres of land. The smaller parcel A is approximately 0.004 acres would be purchased by the applicant and added into the 0.217 acres of parcel B. The property is currently zoned R18 like the properties to the north and to the east. The other surrounding property that is on the south and west of the property is zoned RC. 


Adjournment




What do those numbers at the ends of the agenda items mean?

  • Items on the agenda are given a file number by Council staff or Community Development staff to help track the item through the legislative process and organize the supporting materials.

  • You may find it helpful in cases where an item may be worded differently on different agendas. Matching up that file number helps you see that it is the same issue.


Council meetings are broadcast live and available later on-demand at https://www.youtube.com/user/ProvoCityCouncil 


To send comments to the Council or weigh in on current issues, visit Open City Hall or email all Council members at council@provo.org.


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Comment below (requires Google account), on our Facebook page, through our online comment form, or by contacting Council Members directly. Comments/input on items appearing on an upcoming meeting agenda will be compiled and provided to Council Members the day before the meeting. **Note - your comments will be part of the public record.


Thursday, November 10, 2022

Citizens Agenda for Meetings on November 15, 2022


Citizens Agenda        


Council meeting agendas are often difficult for people to navigate. Filled with jargon and legal requirements on how an item must be listed, it can be challenging to determine what Council members are discussing or deciding on. 


What follows is a staff interpretation of the agendas. 

The official published agendas and supporting materials can be found here:  http://agendas.provo.org 


This meeting will be conducted both in-person and virtually. The in-person meeting will be held in the Council Chambers. The meeting will be available to the public for live broadcast and on-demand viewing on YouTube and Facebook at: youtube.com/provocitycouncil and facebook.com/provocouncil. For information on how to view the meetings and how to contribute public comments without attending in person, click here.


PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Work Meeting Agenda

1:00 PM, Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil



Work Meetings are designed to be a less formal venue for discussion among Council Members. Generally, no public input is taken during the meeting.

Business

1.   A presentation regarding Station Area Plans from the BYU Provo City Lab Class. (22-081)

  • Every year, the BYU Provo City Lab Class collaborates with Provo City planners in order to gain experience with planning and presenting on real projects. This year, the class has worked on Station Area Plans (SAPs). The class has been divided into four groups, though some groups' areas include more than one station area.
  • Earlier this year, H.B. 462 required certain municipalities to create SAPs for fixed-route and rail stations. Provo's plans must include 6 UVX stations and the FrontRunner station for a total of 7 stations, although proximity between some stations means they can be grouped into 4 plan areas. It should be noted that although Provo has 14 UVX stations, the state only requires plans for 6, according to the Mountainland Association of Governments.
  • The presentation will include a brief introduction to the plans from Javin Weaver (5-10 minutes), time for each of the Provo City Lab class groups (30-40 minutes), and questions/feedback from the Council (remainder).

2.    An ordinance amending the General Plan to adopt the Southwest Area Neighborhood Plan. Citywide Application. (PLGPA20220255)

  • The Southwest Neighborhood Plan (Plan) encompasses four of the City’s neighborhoods: Fort Utah, Provo Bay, Sunset, and Lakewood. It is one of several combined neighborhood plans undertaken by the City in cases where several individual neighborhoods share similar characteristics, issues, and challenges. As a mid-range planning tool, it is proposed to be adopted as a supplement to the Provo City General Plan. The Plan was originally begun in April of 2014 and has also involved an original committee and a second committee formed by the Municipal Council. Following input and direction from the Council at the end of 2017, Community Development (now Development Services) staff organized the current Committee at the beginning of 2018.

3.An ordinance amending the Zone Map Classification of approx. 0.21 acres of real property generally located at 515 S 700 E, from Residential Conservation (RC) to Low-Density Residential (LDR). Maeser Neighborhood. (PLRZ20220322)

  • The subject property has been issued a building permit for a single-family home and a detached accessory dwelling unit (ADU).  These uses are permitted in the Residential Conservation Zone. The subject property is bordered on the east and south by single-family homes in the Residential Conservation (RC) zone.  Across 700 East, to the west, is a Medium Density Residential zone on which townhomes have been approved.  Across 500 South, to the north, is a High-Density Residential zone that includes a row of townhomes and stacked apartments.

4.   An ordinance amending Provo City Code to update references to local development standards. Citywide application. (PLOTA20220333)

  • Provo City Planning has reviewed the proposed changes from Provo City Public Works and supports the updates and amendments proposed within the referenced application above.

5.    A discussion regarding a proposed appropriation for an Information Systems (IS) Department external assessment. (22-080)

  • The Administration is recommending the City engage a 3rd party resource to perform an IT assessment looking at strategy, budget, staffing, reporting structure, and general practices with a goal of better aligning the budget with expected outcomes and acceptable risk levels.  We feel the study can be completed for approximately $32,000 and propose half of the cost of the study come from an appropriation of the General Fund Balance and the other half come from the Information Systems operating Budget.

6.   An ordinance amending the previously adopted ordinance 2022-33 regarding the Neighborhood Program. (22-055)

  • Last year the Council established the Neighborhood Program Review Committee to evaluate Provo's Neighborhood Program and bring forth recommendations to address any issues within the program. The committee has presented its proposal, conducted several discussions among the whole Council, and invited public comment.  The ordinance revising the program into the Neighborhood District Program was adopted on August 9, 2022. Subsequently, the Neighborhood Program Review Committee has recommended the following clean-up language to the ordinance.

7.    An ordinance amending Provo City Code regarding towing operations to clarify signage requirements and allowed fees. (22-076)

  • This presentation is a follow-up on questions Councilors had regarding code about towing signage, charges/costs, and delivery vehicle exemptions.

Adjournment


PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Regular Meeting Agenda

5:30 PM, Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil

 

Opening Ceremony

·         Items in this category do not involve legislative action. 

Public Comment

  • Instructions for making public comments at this electronic meeting can be found on the officially published agenda: agendas.provo.org.
    • Dial 346 248 7799. Enter Meeting ID  815 0117 0362 and press #. When asked for a participant ID, press #. To join via computer, use the same meeting ID and enter passcode: 380837.
  • Fifteen minutes have been set aside for any person to express ideas, concerns, comments, or issues that are not on the agenda:
    • Please state your name and city of residence into the microphone.
    • Please limit your comments to two minutes.
    • State Law prohibits the Council from acting on items that do not appear on the agenda.

Action Agenda

1.     A resolution consenting to the appointment of an individual to the Landmarks Commission. (22-009)

  • Mayor Kaufusi has submitted the name of an individual who she recommends for appointment to the Landmarks Commission. The Council, after considering the Mayor's recommendations and this resolution, is presented for the Council's advice and consent to formalize the appointment.

2.     An ordinance amending the previously adopted ordinance 2022-33 regarding the Neighborhood Program. (22-055)

  • Last year the Council established the Neighborhood Program Review Committee to evaluate Provo's Neighborhood Program and bring forth recommendations to address any issues within the program. The committee has presented its proposal, conducted several discussions among the whole Council, and invited public comment.  The ordinance revising the program into the Neighborhood District Program was adopted on August 9, 2022. Subsequently, the Neighborhood Program Review Committee has recommended the following clean-up language to the ordinance.

3.     An ordinance amending Provo City Code regarding towing operations to clarify signage requirements and allowed fees. (22-076)

  • This presentation is a follow-up on questions Councilors had regarding code about towing signage, charges/costs, and delivery vehicle exemptions.

4.     An ordinance amending Provo City Code to enact Chapter 3.15 "Percent-for-the Arts" Public Art Program (22-061)

  • The Council's Public Art Committee was tasked with drafting an ordinance to enact a program with the goal of increasing public art throughout the city.

5.      An ordinance amending Provo City Code to update references to local development standards. Citywide application. (PLOTA20220333)

  • Provo City Planning has reviewed the proposed changes from Provo City Public Works and supports the updates and amendments proposed within the referenced application above.

6.     An ordinance amending the Zone Map Classification of approx. 0.21 acres of real property generally located at 515 S 700 E, from Residential Conservation (RC) to Low-Density Residential (LDR). Maeser Neighborhood. (PLRZ20220322)

  • The subject property has been issued a building permit for a single-family home and a detached accessory dwelling unit (ADU).  These uses are permitted in the Residential Conservation Zone. The subject property is bordered on the east and south by single-family homes in the Residential Conservation (RC) zone.  Across 700 East, to the west, is a Medium Density Residential zone on which townhomes have been approved.  Across 500 South, to the north, is a High-Density Residential zone that includes a row of townhomes and stacked apartments.

7.      An ordinance amending the General Plan to adopt the Southwest Area Neighborhood Plan. Citywide Application. (PLGPA20220255)

  • The Southwest Neighborhood Plan (Plan) encompasses four of the City’s neighborhoods: Fort Utah, Provo Bay, Sunset, and Lakewood. It is one of several combined neighborhood plans undertaken by the City in cases where several individual neighborhoods share similar characteristics, issues, and challenges. As a mid-range planning tool, it is proposed to be adopted as a supplement to the Provo City General Plan. The Plan was originally begun in April of 2014 and has also involved an original committee and a second committee formed by the Municipal Council. Following input and direction from the Council at the end of 2017, Community Development (now Development Services) staff organized the current Committee at the beginning of 2018.

8.      An ordinance amending the zone map classification of approx. .22 acres of property located at 1220 E 960 S, from One Family Residential (R1.8) & Residential Conservation (RC) to Low-Density Residential (LDR). Provost South Neighborhood (PLRZ20220244)

  • The applicant is requesting approval for a parcel of vacant land that is in the R1.8 zone, along with a small portion of land that is in the RC zone, to be rezoned to the LDR zone. The purpose of the rezoning would be to allow for a new twin home to be built on the land that is being rezoned. The proposed rezoned area will consist of approximately 0.22 acres of land. The smaller parcel A (seen in Attachment 2) is approximately 0.004 acres and would be purchased by the applicant and added to the 0.217 acres of parcel B. The property is currently zoned R18, like the properties to the north and to the east. The other surrounding property that is on the south and west of the property is zoned RC.

Adjournment



What do those numbers at the ends of the agenda items mean?

·         Items on the agenda are given a file number by Council staff or Community Development staff to help track the item through the legislative process and organize the supporting materials.

·         You may find it helpful in cases where an item may be worded differently on different agendas. Matching up that file number helps you see that it is the same issue.

 

Council meetings are broadcast live and available later on-demand at https://www.youtube.com/user/ProvoCityCouncil 

 

To send comments to the Council or weigh in on current issues, visit Open City Hall or email all Council members at council@provo.org.

 

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Comment below (requires Google account), on our Facebook page, through our online comment form, or by contacting Council Members directly. Comments/input on items appearing on an upcoming meeting agenda will be compiled and provided to Council Members the day before the meeting. **Note - your comments will be part of the public record.

 

Sunday, October 30, 2022

Citizens Agenda for Meetings on November 1, 2022


Citizens Agenda        


Council meeting agendas are often difficult for people to navigate. Filled with jargon and legal requirements on how an item must be listed, it can be challenging to determine what Council members are discussing or deciding on. 


What follows is a staff interpretation of the agendas. 

The official published agendas and supporting materials can be found here:  http://agendas.provo.org 


This meeting will be conducted both in-person and virtually. The in-person meeting will be held in the Council Chambers. The meeting will be available to the public for live broadcast and on-demand viewing on YouTube and Facebook at: youtube.com/provocitycouncil and facebook.com/provocouncil. For information on how to view the meetings and how to contribute public comments without attending in person, click here.



PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Work Meeting Agenda

1:30 PM, Tuesday, November 01, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil


(**Work Meetings are designed to be a less formal venue for discussion among Council Members. Generally, no public input is taken during the meeting.)

Business


  1. An ordinance amending the zone map classification of approx. .22 acres of property located at 1220 E 960 S, from One Family Residential (R1.8) & Residential Conservation (RC) to Low-Density Residential (LDR). Provost South Neighborhood (PLRZ20220244)

  • The applicant is requesting approval for a parcel of vacant land that is in the R1.8 zone, along with a small portion of land that is in the RC zone, to be rezoned to the LDR zone. The purpose of the rezoning would be to allow for a new twin home to be built on the land that is being rezoned. The proposed rezoning area will consist of approximately 0.22 acres of land. The smaller parcel A (seen in Attachment 2) is approximately 0.004 acres and would be purchased by the applicant and added to the 0.217 acres of parcel B. The property is currently zoned R18, like the properties to the north and to the east. The other surrounding property that is on the south and west of the property is zoned RC.


  1. A presentation by the Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital administration (22-073)

  • As one of the City's community partners, Intermountain Healthcare's Utah Valley Hospital administrators regularly share an update on the hospital's operations with the Council. This is intended to familiarize the Council with any current initiatives, programs, or projects of the Hospital, as well as to encourage and facilitate regular communication between the City and Intermountain.


  1. A presentation regarding conservation easements. (22-079)

  • Utah Open Lands will provide a presentation regarding the purpose and structure of conservation easements and how they can be a potential tool for the City to use in land use decisions and planning.


  1. A discussion on housing in Provo (22-072)

  • Former Councilor David Harding would like to share some ideas and suggestions about housing issues in Provo. Several Council members were interested in sponsoring this discussion, so it has been scheduled at a Work Meeting for the entire Council to hear.

  • "Provo City’s current regulations of housing occupancy and rentals can be described as convoluted, making it hard for citizens to comply and the City to enforce. State and National market forces, in conjunction with market forces particular to Provo, are threatening to price large swaths of our community out of home ownership. A set of reforms are recommended to simplify housing and rental regulations and encourage attainable housing by protecting ownership opportunities."


  1. A presentation of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 21-22 Fiscal Year (22-038)

  • The Department of Housing and Urban Development requires an accounting each year of federal grant money expended. This is accomplished through the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). This presentation will illustrate the projects undertaken and the accomplishments throughout the 21-22 Fiscal Year.


  1. A presentation regarding a review of the CDBG/HOME funding Priorities for 23-24 Survey. (22-038)

  • This is a review of the survey released in September for feedback on funding priorities for the 2023-2024 Action Plan Year.


  1. A discussion regarding the proposed "Percent-for-the-Arts" program from the Public Art Committee. (22-061)

  • The Council's Public Art Committee was tasked with drafting an ordinance to enact a program with the goal of increasing public art throughout the city.


Adjournment




PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Regular Meeting Agenda

5:30 PM, Tuesday, November 01, 2022

Council Chambers (Room 100)

Hybrid meeting: 445 W. Center Street, Provo, UT 84601 or https://www.youtube.com/provocitycouncil


Opening Ceremony

  • Items in this category do not involve legislative action. 


Presentations, Proclamations, and Awards

  1. Presentation of the Utah Chiefs of Police Association's Accreditation of the Provo Police Department. (22-044)

  •  For the last three years or so, the Provo Police Department has been working to secure the departmental accreditation offered by the Utah Chiefs of Police Association, and the accreditation was recently approved by UCOPA. This accreditation effort includes a self-study covering 32 topical sets of standards ranging from organization and structure, planning, and research to personnel, compensation, fiscal management, training, public information, and evidence management. After submission of the self-study, UCOPA sends an assessment team into the department to see the department firsthand and to assess the accuracy of the self-study. Following the site assessment, the UCOPA board makes a final determination of the department's accreditation status. UCOPA's standards are rigorous and only achieved by a few departments (currently 11) in the state.


Public Comment

  • Instructions for making public comments at this electronic meeting can be found on the officially published agenda: agendas.provo.org.

    • Dial 346 248 7799. Enter Meeting ID 869 8819 6058 and press #. When asked for a participant ID, press #. To join via computer, use the same meeting ID and enter passcode: 333374.

  • Fifteen minutes have been set aside for any person to express ideas, concerns, comments, or issues that are not on the agenda:

    • Please state your name and city of residence into the microphone.

    • Please limit your comments to two minutes.

    • State Law prohibits the Council from acting on items that do not appear on the agenda.


Action Agenda


  1. A resolution consenting to the appointment of individuals to various boards and commissions (22-009)

  • Mayor Kaufusi has submitted the names of individuals who she recommends for appointment/reappointment to the Board of Adjustment. The Council, after considering the Mayor's recommendations, this resolution is presented for the Council's advice and consent to formalize the appointments.


  1. An ordinance amending the zone map classification of approx. .22 acres of property located at 1220 E 960 S, from One-Family Residential (R1.8) & Residential Conservation (RC) to Low-Density Residential (LDR). Provost South Neighborhood (PLRZ20220244)

    • The applicant is requesting approval for a parcel of vacant land that is in the R1.8 zone, along with a small portion of land that is in the RC zone, to be rezoned to the LDR zone. The purpose of the rezoning would be to allow for a new twin home to be built on the land that is being rezoned. The proposed rezoning area will consist of approximately 0.22 acres of land. The smaller parcel A (seen in Attachment 2) is approximately 0.004 acres and would be purchased by the applicant and added to the 0.217 acres of parcel B. The property is currently zoned R18, like the properties to the north and to the east. The other surrounding property that is on the south and west of the property is zoned RC.


  1. A resolution appropriating $245,000 in the General Fund to cover costs incurred during golf course construction and a transfer of those monies from the General Fund to the Golf Course Fund. (22-074)

    • In the fiscal year 2020, the Timpanogos Golf Club was under reconstruction to accommodate the new medical school development and construct three new holes on the east side of the golf course. The golf course was open in the spring, but then the COVID-19 pandemic closure was mandated. This closure allowed expanded access, so construction was expedited to be completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. As a result, annual revenues decreased from $947K in fiscal 2019 to $450K in fiscal 2020. This revenue loss at the golf course during construction was contemplated at the time by Administration, Council, and the Golf Course team. 

    • During the construction, not only were we accounting for the operation of the golf course, but we were also accounting for funds received for the project and the construction costs. At the end of fiscal 2020, we had a fund balance of $142K, which was distorted because we had funds that had been received for the project and not spent, so the fund balance was overstated. Looking only at Golf Course operations for fiscal 2020, there was an operating loss of $502K. In our 2020 audit, the auditors recommended that a transfer be made to the Golf Course of $235K to increase fund balance, and the transfer was made in fiscal 2021.

    • In January 2022 Administration met to review the financial operational impacts of the golf course improvements. During the meeting, the level of fund balance was discussed, and it was discussed that an additional transfer of $245K would be needed to cover the 2020 operating loss.

    • Since the completion of the Golf Course project, the operating results of the golf course have been $75,049 for fiscal 2022. The golf course revenues have increased significantly, and the golf course appears to be on a sustainable path. An additional transfer is needed to the golf course fund balance so that the operation can continue to be self-sufficient and have the funding necessary to adequately maintain the golf course and make the improvements to keep the golf course successful.


  1. A resolution appropriating $5,500,000 in the General Fund for a regional sports park and a transfer of those monies from the General Fund to the Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Fund. (22-017)

  • A recommendation to approve this resolution from our Budget Officer on ARPA funds. 


  1. A resolution appropriating $3,000,000 in the General Fund for demolition, abatement, or redevelopment incentives for the old City Center site and a transfer of those monies from the General Fund to the Legacy Capital Improvement Project Fund (22-017)

  • A recommendation to approve this resolution from our Budget Officer on ARPA funds.


  1. A resolution appropriating $57,635 in the General Fund for water conservation. (22-017)

  • A recommendation to approve this resolution from our Budget Officer on ARPA funds.


Adjournment




What do those numbers at the ends of the agenda items mean?

  • Items on the agenda are given a file number by Council staff or Community Development staff to help track the item through the legislative process and organize the supporting materials.

  • You may find it helpful in cases where an item may be worded differently on different agendas. Matching up that file number helps you see that it is the same issue.


Council meetings are broadcast live and available later on-demand at https://www.youtube.com/user/ProvoCityCouncil 


To send comments to the Council or weigh in on current issues, visit Open City Hall or email all Council members at council@provo.org.


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Comment below (requires Google account), on our Facebook page, through our online comment form, or by contacting Council Members directly. Comments/input on items appearing on an upcoming meeting agenda will be compiled and provided to Council Members the day before the meeting.

**Note - your comments will be part of the public record.