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06-06-2023 Council Packet - RegularCITY OF �. Fe deral Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA City Hall — Council Chambers* June 6, 2023 — 6:30 p.m. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT • City Council Vacancy and Appointment Process — City Clerk Stephanie Courtney • Congratulations to American Idol Winner lam Tongi Recent Community Events: Touch -A -Truck Event at Wild Waves (5/20); Marine Hills Swim & Tennis Club Parade (5/20); Master Na's 7th Mayor's Cup (5/20); MSC's Spring Into Action Dinner & Auction (5/20); Island Bowl at Saghalie (5/27); PRSC Annual General Assembly (5/30); Pride Flag Raising (6/1); Three Trees Yoga Ribbon Cutting (6/2); South King County Athlete Fund Breakfast (6/3); and Federal Way Arts Explosion Gallery (6/3) • Upcoming Events: Channel A TV Ribbon Cutting on June 8; Ribbon Cutting — Black Bear Diner on June 9; Rising from the Dust: A Community Celebration on June 1311 at the PAEC at noon; Chamber Quarterly Update on June 14; Juneteenth Flag Raising on June 16; Flag Day Celebration on June 17; Make Music Federal Way on June 24 at Town Square Park • Recognition of Mr. Ick Jin Kim The City Council will take a brief recess for a reception to honor Mr. Kim 4. PUBLIC COMMENT RULES: In accordance with State Law, the City of Federal Way prohibits any testimony regarding any campaign for election or promotion of, or opposition to, any ballot proposition during the public comment. City Council Rules of Procedure prohibit any personal, impertinent, threatening or slanderous remarks during public comment. The Mayor may interrupt comments that continue too long or violate the rules of conduct. No speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from the meeting forbeing disorderly. All individual comments are limited to 3 minutes each. 5. PRESENTATIONS a. Mayoral Proclamation: Pride Month — June 2023 b. Proclamation: Juneteenth — June 19 The City Council may amend this regular meeting agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online, agenda materials, and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. *Remote attendance options available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163 6. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS • Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) • Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) • Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) • Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) • Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report • Council President Report 7. CONSENT AGENDA Items listed below have been previously reviewed in their entirety by a Council Committee of three members and brought before full Council for approval, all items are enacted by one motion. Individual items may be removed by a Councilmember for separate discussion and subsequent motion. a. Minutes: May 16, 2023 Regular and Special Meeting Minutes b. Monthly Financial Report — April 2023 c. AP Vouchers 04/15/23 — 05/15/23 & Payroll Vouchers 04/01 /23 — 04/30/23 d. Microsoft Enterprise Agreement e. Purchase of Portable Handheld Radios f. King County I -Net Customer Services Contract Amendment 1 g. Tourism Enhancement Grant 2023 Round 2 — July — December 2023 h. Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement 8. PUBLIC HEARING a. Resolution: Intent to Renew Steel Lake Management District (SLMD) Number 1 • Staff Report: Dan Sternkopf, Water Quality Specialist • Public Comment — 3 minutes each 9. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Resolution: Amendments to the 2023 Fee Schedule • Staff report: Steve Groom, Finance Manager 10. ORDINANCES First Reading a. Council Bill #852/Ordinance: Various Code Amendments Relating to City Boards and Commissions AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO TECHNICAL CHANGES TO VARIOUS CHAPTERS OF TITLE 2 REGARDING CITY COMMISSIONS, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEES; AMENDING FWRC 2.45.020, 2.45.030, 2.45.060, 2.50.010, 2.50.030. 2.50.040, 2.50.050, 2.55.010, 2.55.020, 2.55.030, 2.55.040, 2.60.010, 2.60.040, 2.60.050, 2.60.060, 2.62.010, 2.62.030, 2.62.040, 2.62.050, 2.65.010, 2.65.030, 2.65.040, 2.65.050, 2.70.010, 2.70.020, 2.70.030, 2.75.010, 2.75.020, 2.75.050, 2.75.060, 2.80.010, 2.80.030, 2.80.050, 2.80.060, 2.80.070, 2.85.010, 2.85.020, 2.85.030, 2.85.050, 2.90.010, 2.90.020, 2.90.050, AND 2.90.060; AND REPEALING FWRC 2.45.010, The City Council may amend this regular meeting agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online, agenda materials, and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. *Remote attendance options available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163 2.45.040, 2.45.070, 2.50.020, 2.60.020, 2.60.030, 2.62.020, 2.65.020, 2.70.040, 2.75.030, 2.75.040, 2.75.070, 2.80.020, 2.80.040, 2.80.080, 2.85.040, 2.90.040, AND CH. 2.57 FWRC. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 90-72, 91-84, 91-93, 92-139, 92-141, 92-157, 93-186, 93-203, 94-216, 95-253, 96-258, 96-272, 96-280, 96-281, 96-282, 96-283, 97-285, 98-312, 98-322, 00-366, 01-409, 03-439, 04-477, 05-501, 06-531, 09-591, 10-669, 12-723, 12-725, 13-748, 14-765, 14-767, 14-774, 19-871, 22-939 AND 23-947). Staff Report: Joanna Eide, Assistant City Attorney Public Comment - 3 minutes each Second Reading/Enactment b. Council Bill #848/Ordinance: Amendments to the City Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation Open Space Plan (PROS Plan) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING THE PARKS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE PLAN AND THE FEDERAL WAY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CHAPTER 6, CAPITAL FACILITIES, TO INCORPORATE TWO NEW FUTURE PARKS AND TO FACILITATE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PARK IMPACT FEE. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 95-248, 96-270, 98-330, 00-372,01-405, 03-442, 4-460, 04-461, 04-462, 05-490, 05-491, 05-492, 07-558, 09-614, 10-671, 11-683, 13-736, 13-745, 15-796, 15-798, 18-843, 19-866, 21-907, 22-938, AND 23-954) Council Bill #849/Ordinance: Park Impact Fee Zoning Code Amendment AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PARK IMPACT FEE; ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 19.92 TO TITLE 19 OF THE FEDERAL WAY REVISED CODE, INCLUDING SECTIONS 19.92.010, 19.92.020, 19.92.030, 19.92.040, 19.92.050, 19.92.060, 19.92.070, 19.92.080, 19.92.090, 19.92.100, 19.92.110, 19.92.120, 19.92.130, 19.92.140, 19.92.150, AND 19.92.160. d. Council Bill #850/Ordinance: Housing Action Plan Implementation Code Amendments AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO INCORPORATING CODE AMENDMENTS TO THE COMMUNITY BUSINESS (BC), CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C) AND CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) ZONES TO BOOST HOUSING PRODUCTION; AMENDING FWRC 19.95.020, 19.95.030, 19.95.040, 19.95.050, 19.110.010, 16.220.050, 19.225.070, AND 19.230.060; ADDING NEW SECTIONS FWRC 19.95.045, 19.95.047, AND 19.95.057; AND REPEALING FWRC 19.95.065. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 93-170, 95-249, 96-270, 97-291, 97-293, 97- 306, 02-424, 06-515, 06-542, 07-554, 07-559, 08-585, 09-600, 10-678, 12-727, 12-735, 14- 757, 16-822, 17-834). • Updated Staff Report: Keith Niven, Community Development Director e. Council Bill #851/Ordinance: 2023/2024 Biennial Budget Adjustment AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO AMENDING THE 2023-2024 BIENNIAL BUDGET. (Amending Ordinance No. 22-941) 11. COUNCIL REPORTS 12. ADJOURNMENT The City Council may amend this regular meeting agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised live on Government Access Channel 21. To view Council Meetings online, agenda materials, and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. *Remote attendance options available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163 I 'i- I=� ij`i -il II!cl 13.1 I „ei {I{ l h=1 1!i '=1 =1i {_ I'I q€� If - i is it �_I ;1=! _jl 11= 'f=t i Ili 1iI _�,•fl .,2j, �i, chi �� :Ya > ;�?� � � wti �� �� '�r �,� •,�t�, ,y I ,%Y .\y�� ;�,• � 1 ' riiu n,nnm uuu u, uui:u �i,,.n, ,rr.uuuwu,n:. u.n:uu„miu,o'•-,m—,Vi:—iunu mnu:uunnun:unuuu auunuunu•n uuuwn„wmiinn. �: i�r. I CITY OF _I f � Federal Way k �= PROCLAMATION 1=i1 "Pride Month" I` WHEREAS, the City of Federal Way cherishes the value and dignity of each person I=�i and appreciates the importance of equality and freedom; and �III 1-1f I�I WHEREAS, all are welcome in our City of Federal Way to live, work, and play, and i-1; every family deserves a place to call home where they are safe, happy, and supported by friends and neighbors; and WHEREAS, we denounce prejudice and unfair discrimination based on age, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical attributes as an affront to our fundamental principles; and I� WHEREAS, it is imperative that all people in our community, regardless of sexual ori- li ' entation, entation ender identity, and expression feel valued safe and supported b- their peers y and community leaders; and WHEREAS, we appreciate the cultural, civic, and economic contributions of our Lesbi- 11_ an, an, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, plus (LGBTQ+) community; and , �7 y. !+ NOW, THEREFORE, I, the undersigned Mayor of the City of Federal Way, do here- by proclaim June 2023 as PRIDE MONTH in the City of Federal Way. -II i SIGNED this 6th day of June, 2023 CityofFederal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, Mayor 1=� nur �n•,uo, mm:,.,,n„n , un,.u,•:,. _:runu:,,•,.,:::u,n,,,,u:: „ .0 . „n,n .,n.,, ,) /f Mx-'` -"* -' � -¢ -may• -.�' �, - r ;%> 1k CITY OF vz�� Federal Way PROCLAMATION "Juneteenth" WHEREAS, our nation was conceived on July 4, 1776, with the Declaration of Independence boldly and historically proclaiming: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness"; and WHEREAS, on New Year's Day 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, which made the permanent abolition of slavery and provided the legal framework for the emancipation of nearly all four -million enslaved peoples as the Union armies advanced; and WHEREAS, on June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger announced in Texas the end of both the Civil War and Slavery, and thus Texans began the celebration of Juneteenth in 1866 with community events such as parades, cookouts, prayer gatherings, musical performances, and historical cultural readings; and WHEREAS, Juneteenth is a day held in high importance for our African American brothers and sisters, and is known as America's "Second Independence Day"; and in Federal Way, we proudly celebrate our annual Juneteenth Flag -Raising Ceremony and Celebration. NOW, THEREFORE, we, the undersigned Mayor and City Councilmembers of the City of Federal Way, do hereby proclaim June 19, 2023 as JUNETEENTH, and encourage our community to celebrate this important holiday with friends and family, remembering the sacrifices of so many who have come before to ensure all Americans remain free. SIGNED, this 6th day of June, 2023. FEDERAL WAYMA YOR AND CITY COUNCIL LV A—) Linda Kochmar, Ferrell, Mayor �uncil President Susan Honda, ❑ uty Mayor Qas+-1�Jtis� __400 1, _U641— i, Caunci#member HoangV.IVan,Co cilmember mcilm ber Okk Dov ncilmember COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the draft minutes for the May 16, 2023 Regular and Special Meetings? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Stephanie Courtney, City Clerk DEPT: City Clerk Attachments: May 16, 2023 Regular Meeting Draft Minutes May 16, 2023 Special Meeting Draft Minutes Options Considered: 1. Approve the minutes as presented. 2. Amend the minutes as necessary. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: N/A MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A N/A DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Committee Council Initial/Date InitlaVDate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A N/A N/A N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the minutes as presented. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # 1kCITY OF 1k Federal Way_� CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES City Hall — Council Chambers May 16, 2023 — 6:30 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m. City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Erica Norton, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: City Administrator Brian Davis, City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute. 3. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT Mayor Ferrell reported on recent community events including the I'm Hooked Outdoor Experience at Steel Lake on May 6; the first Senior Health and Resource Fair at the Performing Arts & Event Center on May 11; and, the opening day for the Federal Way Farmer's Market on May 13. He noted upcoming events include the annual Touch -A -Truck Event at its new location Wild Waves on Saturday, May 20; the long-standing Marine Hills Swim & Tennis Club Parade on Saturday, May 20; Multi -Service Center Spring Into Action Dinner & Auction on Saturday, May 20 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington; South King County Athlete Fund Breakfast, Saturday, June 3 at Emerald Downs; and Federal Way Arts Explosion Gallery on Saturday, June 3 at the Performing Arts & Event Center. 4. PUBLIC COMMENT AnneMichelle Hart provided an update on the Public Market including that they have hired a grant writer. She advised public to contact any of the board members to give input on what the community seeks in a public market. Karen Bruqato, with the Arts Commission, shared about the Arts Explosion event coming up on June 3 and 4 at the PAEC. The event will consist of a juried art show, food trucks, music and other entertainment. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 1 of 10 May 16, 2023 Susan_ Strang urged council to pass Council Bill: #847: Ordinance Relating to Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Substances. Jan Barber preformed a musical tune to advertise the Make Music Federal Way event taking place June 21. Ann Blevens voiced concerns with 304th Street. She stated that there are issues with traffic and signals in relation to where it intersects Military Road. Debbie Harvey shared about the recent, first ever, Senior Health and Resources Fair. The Senior Advisory Commission has received positive feedback, and is happy with the outcome. Craig Patrick shared about a litter pick up event taking place at 10:00 a.m. May 20 around the Federal Way Farmers Market and provided information on two upcoming events. Ken Blevens referenced summer events in nearby smaller communities; he would like to see more community events such as cruise nights, parades and neighborhood fireworks legalized. Dara Mandeville thanked the Federal Way police who recently helped with her mother's stolen car, and dog. She would like accurate information on police activity posted to correct misinformation on social media Geoffrey Tancredi is encouraged by the new legislation passed making it a gross misdemeanor for hard drug possession. He is concerned by the area near the former Home and Home store, he would like to see fencing to protect businesses still operating in that area. Anna Patrick feels that government should use a data driven decision making process. She also would like to see NIBERS training become mandatory for all Federal Way police staff. Sania "Sonny" Leuelu wants to help expand the Warriors Rugby program to impact youth in the community. He noted an increase in youth participants in the Island Bowl from the first year; he thanked the Mayor and Council for their support. Sally McClean represented the Federal Way School District, and explained what School Impact Fees are, how they are calculated, and how they are used. The school district desires to see the Impact Fees increased to help with the demand on schools from multi -family projects. Tony Armstrong addressed Canadian geese population management. He supports the use of more humane control methods around the Twin Lakes area. 5. PRESENTATIONS a. Proclamation: Affordable Housing Week - May 7-13 Councilmember Dovey read and presented the proclamation to Maju Qureshi, on behalf of the Multi -Service Center and the South King Housing and Homelessness Partners (SKHHP). As a resident of Federal Way, she thanked the Council for this acknowledgement and noted 67% of the school district students are on free or reduced lunch. Claire Goodwin, Executive Manager with SKHHP was also thrilled to accept the proclamation and thanked the city for being an integral partner. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 2 of 10 May 16, 2023 b. Proclamation: Public Works Week - May 21-27 Deputy Mayor Honda read and presented the Public Works Week proclamation to Public Works Director EJ Walsh; she expressed thanks to the crews during the snow and ice events that make our community safer. Mr. Walsh noted it is meaningful to the workers and staff that work 7-days a week on behalf of the community from the litter crews, to new sidewalks to the large capital projects. c. Proclamation: Mental Health Month — May 2023 Councilmember Walsh read and presented the Mental Health Month proclamation to Marcos Sauri, Vice -Chair of the King County Recovery Coalition Advisory Board, Loni Storrs, and Sarah Nicole Danhi. Mr. Sauri thanked the Council and expressed how mental health effects all stages of life and the huge responsibility to normalize mental health and mental disorders. Loni Storrs shared her personal story of mental health struggle and homelessness; she is happy to have a home and on a good path. d. Hanwoori Garden and Korean Pavilion Update Mayor Ferrell introduced Ray Robinson, who provided an update on the Hanwoori Garden and Korean Pavilion located on SW Campus Drive adjacent to the Panther Lake Trail. He provided site renderings an overall timeline for the project, which has been a work in progress since 2015. Council thanked Mr. Robinson and the Federal Way Korean American Association for their work on this project; clarifying questions regarding possible uses at the park, security, and maintenance responsibility were discussed. 6. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) Councilmember Walsh reported items a and f on the consent agenda were forwarded from Committee for Council approval. He wished lam Tongi, Decatur High School student, good luck as he continues to compete on American Idol. Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) Councilmember Dovey reported the next meeting is June 5. He agreed to a statement made earlier regarding community events and reported he would be attending the Marine Hills Parade. Councilmember Norton left the meeting at 8:09 p.m. Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) Councilmember Tran reported the next meeting will be Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. He thanked Councilmember Dovey for facilitating the meeting, as he will be attending remotely. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) Councilmember Assefa-Dawson reported the Committee reviewed four applications for Tourism Enhancement Grants; the next meeting will be June 14 at 10:00 a.m. She also reported on the WRIA-9 (Water Resource Inventory Areas) meeting where the Kent Watershed and salmon recovery was discussed. Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 3 of 10 May 16, 2023 Deputy Mayor Honda thanked the Senior Advisory Commission for the successful Senior Resource Fair; she thanked the Commissioners, staff and vendors who made it a success. She reported on various regional meetings including the South County Area Transportation Board (SCATBrd) meeting, King County Transportation Board and Board of Health. She encouraged the community to support lam Tongi, as the next American Idol. Councilmember Norton returned to the meeting at 8:12 p.m. Council President Report Council President Kochmar promoted the 67th Annual Kiwanis Salmon Bake at Steel Lake Park on July 28. She noted her concern with the increase in stolen cars and the state locating sexual predators in communities. Council President asked for an update on the NIBRS reporting. Mayor Ferrell asked Chief Hwang to respond to NIBRS reporting concerns. Chief Hwang acknowledged citizen concerns regarding NIBRS reporting which the city hired an outside investigator to review. The report found no evidence of fraud or intentionally misreporting crimes. He stated the number one goal is public safety and officers on the streets; the department will continue to voluntarily report to the NIBRS system to the best of their ability. 7. CONSENT AGENDA a. Minutes: May 2, 2023 Regular and Special Meeting Minutes b. Limited License Agreement with the City of Kent c. Resolution: Setting a Public Hearing Date for the 2024-29 Transportation Improvement Program for June 20, 2023 d. Pacific Highway S Non -Motorized Corridor Phase 1 —Authorization to Bid e. Washington Auto Theft Prevention Authority 2023-2025 Auto Theft Program Grant on behalf of Puget Sound Auto Theft Task Force f. MacDonald Miller HVAC Maintenance Agreement Amendment No. 2 COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS A THROUGH F; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton yes 8. PUBLIC HEARING a. Amendments to the City Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation Open Space Plan (PROS Plan) Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 8:25 p.m. Senior Planner Evan Lewis provided a report on proposed amendments to the City Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation Open Space Plan (PROS Plan). He noted the changes include the existence of park impact fees (PIF), updating the capital project list, and identification of PIF eligibility by project. Consultants with FCS Group provided further analysis on what an impact fee is, and how Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 4 of 10 May 16, 2023 they are collected, by determining factors of expected population growth, future employee growth, residential -equivalent employees, and residential equivalents. The FCS Group discussed the funding plan, balancing resources and requirements, and provided a comparison chart for neighboring jurisdictions; Federal Way was the lowest. Council thanked Mr. Lewis and the consultants for the information and asked clarifying questions regarding setting the fees and if these fees would have an impact on future development. No public comments were received. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Norton yes b. Park Impact Fee Zoning Code Amendment Councilmember Tran yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Dovey yes Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 8:48 p.m. Senior Planner Evan Lewis and Deputy Parks Director Jason Gerwen presented a code amendment that would implement a park impact fee. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Gerwen provided the adoption process and timeline and provided answers to questions raised at the Land Use Council Committee regarding commercial park impact fees, and vesting. FCS Consultants highlighted similar information presented earlier in the evening regarding calculation of fees and the technical analysis. It was clarified that although many aspects of the two presentations are similar, each item requires a separate public hearing. Councilmembers thanked Mr. Lewis, Mr. Gerwen and the consultants for the presentation. No public comments were received. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton yes At 9:20 p.m. Mayor Ferrell announced the City Council would take a brief recess; he reconvened the meeting at 9:27 p.m. c. Housing Action Plan Implementation Code Amendments Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 9:27 p.m. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 5 of 10 May 16, 2023 Community Development Director Keith Niven presented proposed code amendments that are responsive to the study conducted by Heartland, LLC as part of the implementation of the Housing Action Plan. He confirmed these code amendments have been discussed at two Land Use and Transportation Committees and staff has received feedback from the school district and the community. Director Niven overviewed the nine (9) Heartland recommendations and the resulting staff recommendations for each. The items in this code amendment include reducing the amount of ground floor non-residential space that is required; provide predictability for school impact fees; remove the City's inclusionary requirement, and remove the restrictions on building form. In order to meet grant requirements, the HAP needs to be adopted by June. Councilmember Norton returned to the meeting at 9:34 p.m. Mr. Niven answered Council questions regarding the school district concerns with the school impact fee calculations, and provided a timeline for school impact fees and escalating factors. Council also continued to discuss and debate the inclusionary requirement; staff is recommending removing the parking requirement for the inclusionary units to lessen the cost to the developer, while leaving the requirement to allow for a mix of incomes to remain. In response to the question, Mr. Niven noted no other south area cities have an inclusionary requirement; they are largely found on the eastside of King County. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO SUSPEND COUNCIL RULES TO EXTEND THE MEETING PAST 10:00 P.M.; COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON SECOND. The motion passed 6:1 (Norton dissenting) as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton no Public Comment: no additional comments were received; comments made on this topic earlier in the meeting by FWSD representative Sally McLean were noted. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes d. 2023/2024 Biennial Budget Amendment Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 9:54 p.m. Finance Director Steve Groom stated the adopted budget included the highest priority items. This budget amendment will carry forward budget items that were funded in 2022 into 2023 and to greenlight additional items that meet the four requirements of being necessities (must have); urgent or imminent; existing obligations; and no possibility of other funding sources. Council thanked Director Groom for the information presented. No public comments were received. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 6 of 10 May 16, 2023 COUNCILMEMBER TRAN MOVED TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Norton yes 9. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Diversity Commission Appointments Councilmember Tran yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Dovey yes COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING APPOINTMENTS TO THE DIVERSITY COMMISSION: TRACY MYERS AS VOTING MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE MAY 31, 2026; LISA WALLACE AS VOTING MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE MAY 31, 2026; RON WALKER AS VOTING MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE MAY 31, 2026; AND CHIKA ONYEJIAKA AS AN ALTERNATE MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE MAY 31, 2026; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes b. Youth Commission Appointment COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED- TO APPOINT SATINDER SINGH GREWEL TO THE YOUTH COMMISSION AS A VOTING MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE AUGUST 31, 2024; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER TRAN The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes c. Arts Commission Appointment COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED TO APPOINT JOSEPH CLARK TO THE ARTS COMMISSION AS A VOTING MEMBER FOR A TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 2026; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes 10. ORDINANCES First Reading a. Council Bill #848/Ordinance: Amendments to the Citv Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation Open Space Plan (PROS Plan) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING THE PARKS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE PLAN AND THE FEDERAL WAY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CHAPTER 6, CAPITAL FACILITIES, TO INCORPORATE TWO NEW FUTURE PARKS AND TO FACILITATE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PARK IMPACT FEE. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 95-248, 96-270, 98-330, 00-372,01-405, 03-442, Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 7 of 10 May 16, 2023 04-460, 04-461, 04-462, 05-490, 05-491, 05-492, 07-558, 09-614, 10-671, 11-683, 13-736, 13-745, 15-796, 15-798, 18-843, 19-866, 21-907, 22-938, AND 23-954) Mayor Ferrell noted the staff report was presented early in the meeting during the public hearing; no additional questions were raised by Council. No public comments were received. City Clerk Stephanie Courtney read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE JUNE 6, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember Norton yes b. Council Bill #849JOrdinance. Park Impact Fee Zonin❑ Code Amendment AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PARK IMPACT FEE; ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 19.92 TO TITLE 19 OF THE FEDERAL WAY REVISED CODE, INCLUDING SECTIONS 19.92.010, 19.92.020, 19.92.030, 19.92.040, 19.92.050, 19.92.060, 19.92.070, 19.92.080, 19.92.090, 19.92.100, 19.92.110, 19.92.120, 19.92.130, 19.92.140, 19.92.150, AND 19.92.160. Mayor Ferrell noted the staff report was presented early in the meeting during the public hearing; no additional questions were raised by Council. No public comments were received. City Clerk Stephanie Courtney read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE JUNE 6, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes c. Council Bill #850/Ordinance: Housina Action Plan Implementation Code Amendments AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO INCORPORATING CODE AMENDMENTS TO THE COMMUNITY BUSINESS (BC), CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C) AND CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) ZONES TO BOOST HOUSING PRODUCTION; AMENDING FWRC 19.95.020, 19.95.030, 19.95.040, 19.95.050, 19.110.010, 19.220.050, 19.225.070, AND 19.230.060; ADDING NEW SECTIONS FWRC 19.95.045, 19.95.047, AND 19.95.057; AND REPEALING FWRC 19.95.065. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 93-170, 95-249, 96-270, 97-291, 97-293, 97- 306, 02-424, 06-515, 06-542, 07-554, 07-559, 08-585, 09-600, 10-678, 12-727, 12-735, 14- 757, 16-822, 17-834). Mayor Ferrell noted the staff report was presented early in the meeting during the public hearing; no additional questions were raised by Council. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 8 of 10 May 16, 2023 No public comments were received. City Clerk Stephanie Courtney read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE JUNE 6, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. Council continued to discuss the inclusionary requirement. City Attorney Call noted this item will move forward to second reading, if passed, staff will need direction is there is consensus for a change in the proposed ordinance. Director Niven suggested staff return to Council with multiple options at the next public meeting prior to enactment. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes d. Council Bill #851/Ordinance: 2023/2024 Biennial Budget Adjustment AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON RELATING TO AMENDING THE 2023-2024 BIENNIAL BUDGET. (Amending Ordinance No. 22-941) Mayor Ferrell noted the staff report was presented early in the meeting during the public hearing; no additional questions were raised by Council. No public comments were received. City Clerk Stephanie Courtney read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER TRAN MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE JUNE 6, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY DEPUTY MAYOR HONDA. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember Norton yes Second Reading/Enactment e. Council Bill: #847: Ordinance Relatina to Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Substances: Addina New Section 6.1.130 to Chapter 6.10 FWRC AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO MISDEMEANOR POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES; ADDING NEW SECTION 6.10.130 TO CHAPTER 6.10 FWRC. City Attorney Ryan Call summarized recent action take by the state legislature that pre-empts the city on this topic. He noted the new state law will make possession of a controlled substance a gross misdemeanor and noted they are allocating money to fund treatment and treatment facilities. City Attorney Call's recommendation is to take no action, as this item is now essentially moot. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 9 of 10 May 16, 2023 11. COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Dovey, Councilmember Walsh, Councilmember Tran, and Council President Kochmar had no report. Councilmember Norton issued her resignation from the City Council, effective immediately, and left the meeting. Councilmember Assefa-Dawson noted she will miss the many activities in the community this weekend as she will be out of town. Deputy Mayor Honda noted the Island Bowl will be May 27-28 at Saghalie Middle School; she suggested they might look at applying for a LTAC grant, as it brings in teams from all over the northwest. She recently attended the Community in Schools fundraiser which was well attended; raised funds for that program, and she thanked Amanda Miller and the South King County Tool Library for the service they provide to the community. She thanked Erica Norton for her service. Mayor Ferrell stated the Council will be provided the information regarding the appointment process for the Council vacancy; he thanked Councilmember Norton for her service. 12. EXECUTIVE SESSION 13. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the regular meeting was adjourned at 10:19 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 10 of 10 May 16, 2023 CITY OF Federal Wa _y � CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES City Hall — Council Chambers May 16, 2023 — 5:00 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Deputy Mayor Honda called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. t City officials in attendance: Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson, Councilmember Erica Norton, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: City Attorney Ryan Call and City Clerk Stephanie Courtney. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Councilmember Norton led the flag salute. 3. COMMISSION INTERVIEWS The Council interviewed three applicants for the Diversity Commission, one applicant for the Youth Commission, and one applicant for the Arts Commission. 4. EXECUTIVE SESSION At 5:40 p.m. Deputy Mayor Honda announced the Council would recess to Executive Session for the purpose of discussing property acquisition pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(b); and potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(c) for approximately twenty minutes. 5. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the special meeting was adjourned at 6:07 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney City Clerk Approved by Council Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 1 of 1 May 16, 2023 of COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 06, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: APRIL 2023 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the April 2023 Monthly Financial Report? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (FEDRAC) CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: April 2023 Monthly Financial Report Options to Consider: 1. Approve the April 2023 Monthly Financial Report as presented 2. Deny approval of the April 2023 Monthly Financial Report and provide direction to staff MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION; Mayor r MAYOR APPROVAL: approval of Option 1. DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 51 i'I&z 3 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the April 2023 Monthly Financial Report to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the Monthly Financial Report. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment, reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF Federal Way DATE: May 23, 2023 TO: Mayor and City Council Management Team FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: Monthly Financial FINANCE DEPARTMENT This report is to brief you on monthly and year-to-date (YTD) revenues and expenses, compared to budget and prior year, on the city's cash and fund balance positions, and on the monthly investment performance, transactions and current holdings. Generally, City's cash position continues to be strong, budgetary controls on expenditures are resulting in a slightly favorable variance and revenues are strongly positive. General/Street Fund Summary: Revenues & Transfers In are favorable to YTD budget of $13.77M by $1.37M or (9.9%). Expenditures & Transfers Out are favorable to YTD budget of $19.80M by $0.90M or 4.5% primarily due to timing of ARPA spending. 15.00 % 10.00 % 5.00% 0.00% L-j -5.00% - - -10.00% $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 I $- General/Street Fund % of Budget 9.95 % Revenue General/Street Fund Cumulative Year to Date Revenue -4.53% Expense Expense Budget Actual CITY OF Federal Way Revenues and Expenditures: General & Street Fund Financial Highlights As detailed in the table below: " Sales Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.34M or 7.4% above 2023 YTD budget, and $0.69M or 16.2% above 2022 YTD collections. Retail sales and services are $164K above 2022 YTD collections. This is an indicator of the health of the local economy. ■ CD Permits & Fees revenue is trending favorably, $0.60M or 52.7% above 2023 YTD budget, and $0.74M or 73.4% above 2022 YTD collections. Total Expenditures & Transfer Out is below YTD budget by $0.90M, but $1.46M or 8.4% above 2022 YTD actuals. Expenditures are trending back to pre -pandemic levels. Compared to YTD budget, expenditures have been trending favorably, primarily due to timing of community service grant payments, filling of Police Department vacant positions, and timing of expenditures for ARPA spending. GENERAL & STREET FUND SUMMARY 2022 2023 YID Budgetvs.Actual FawraRlel(UntevoraNe Annual Budget Annual Actual YID Actual I Annual Budget YID Budget YID Actual S Beginning Fund Balance $21,339,329 S21J39J29 $2lJ39J29i S12,626515 $12,626515 S 27,709,986 nla n/a Revenues: Covid-19/American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Grants 9,608,443 9,608,443 n/a Sales Tax 18,349,755 19,204,963 4,251,752 19,825,000 4,600,136 4.942,278 342,141 7,4%a Property Twos 11,357,280 11,590,675 3,356,422 11,761,639 4,410,615 1 4,631,807 221,192 5.01/o State Shared Revenue 3,022,000 3,126,093 712,738 3,153,260 718,932 773,277 54,345 7.6%a CDPemuts&Fees 2,564,111 4,040,385 1,002,843 3,586,285 1,138,918 1,738,677 599,758 52.7% Business Ucense Fees 622,000 724,126 234,189 652,900 M,976 260,785 1,809 0.7% Admissions Tax 306,513 834,953 85,462 339,265 113,088 75,517 (37,572) -33.2% Other Revenues 11,678,849 12,440,091 2,006,412 12,606,713 z527,210 2,715,404 188,194 7.4a/o Transfers in fromOtherFunds to support operations 7,356,718 7,268,912 4,005,912 7,688,429 n/a Total Revenues & Transfer In 64,865,669 68.838.642 15.655.729 59,613,491 13,767,876 15.137.743 1,369,867 9.9% Total Eipenditures & Transfer Oul 76,102,125 62.467.985 17,438394 62447,898 19.795.188 18.898.553 896.635 4.5% Total mdng Fund Balance $10,102,874 $27,709,986 1 $19,556,665 1 $ 9,692,107 $ 6599,102 $ 13949,176 nla n/a CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Other Fund Highlights Utility Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.84M or 18.0% above 2023 YTD budget, and $0.38M or 7.5% above 2022 YTD actual. Utility tax on water/sewer and addition of 10% on solid waste services account for the increase. It Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is $0.22M or 16.4% below 2023 YTD budget, and $0.32M or 22.0% below 2022 YTD collections. This is an indicator of the Federal Way real estate market's volume and valuations. Expenditures & Transfer Out is favorable, $0.86M or 11.4% below YTD budget, and $4.79M below 2022 YTD actuals. The favorable variance to budget is primarily due to timing of arterial street overlay projects for residential streets, reduction in costs for city facilities due to activities not being at pre -pandemic levels. OTHER SIGNIFICANT FUNDS OF NOTE 2022 1013 YTD Budget is. Actual Fawrable/ ftfawraNe) Annual Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Annual Budget i YTD Budget YTD Actual $ % Revenues: 'Utility Tax 10,584,294 11,858,892 3,495,487 11,830,565 2,933,417 3,751,298 817,880 27.9% Utility Tax -Prop IVoter Package 3,093,312 3,460,473 1,031,116 3,360,436 970,130 1,094,305 124,175 12.8o/a Utility Tax -Solid Waste 10% 2.000,000 2,310,053 563,143 2,200,000 7331333 628,153 105,180) -14.3% Real Estate Rise Tax 4,421,454 5,117.985 1,458,486 5,521,000 1,360,931 1,137,925 (223,006) -16.4% 'Traffic Safety (Red li ht/School Zone) 2,872,442 3,842,343 1,427,129 3,000,000 994,546 1,816,955 822,409 82.7% Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 150,000 281,845 52,672 293,000 61,055 54,185 (6,870) -11.3% Federal Way Community Center 1,690,875 1,761,950 431,456 1,930,875 643,625 457,399 (186,226) -28.9a/, Perforting Arts & Event Or Operations 1,611,664 1,690,259 331,224 1,279,780 426.593 433,667 7,073 1.7% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 535,151 591,019 140,126 527,698 175,899 256,827 80,9281 46.0% Total Revenues 26,959,192 30314,819 8,930,839 29,943J54 8299,530 9,630,714 1J31,184 1 16.0% Ex nditures-& Transfers Out: Utility TaxSupporttoOther Funds for operations 9,734,702 9,837,985 4,583,683 11,120,826 1,364,501 1,364,501 0.0a/a Utility TaxPro osition 1 operations 4.170,275 4,126,995 1,284,254 4,471,873 1,490,624 1,195,665 294,959 19.8a/o Solid Waste 10a/6Utility Tax -Residential Streets Overlay 3.418,862 2,098,307 20,136 2,200,000 733,333 99,125 634,208 86.5% Real Estate Rise Tax Support to Debt and Capital Projects 5;989,440 5,989,440 2,783,560 7,055,343 n/a 'Traffic Safety (Red light/School Zone) 3,529,722 3,529,723 976,209 3,846,735 1,282,245 972,648 309,597 24.1% Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 155,000 20,598 12,485 65,000 21.667 5,000 16,667 76.9% .Jail Fund Services 2,644.584 2,871,371 428,657 1500,000 833.333 1,141,569 (308,236) -37.0a/a Federal Way Community Center 4756.334 2,590,528 678,743 2.279,893 759,964 924,107 (164,1431 -21.6% Perforating Arts & Event Ctr Operations 2,631,641 4631.378 517,393 2,483.359 827,786 752,398 75,388 9.1% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,000.110 845,470 208,997 764,097 254,699 253,629 1,070 0.4% Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 36,030,671 1 34541,794 11,494,1171 36,787,126 7,568,153 6,708,642 859.511 11.4% bding Fund Balance Utility Tax(non-Pro 1) 3385,633 4,646.109 2.500,000 4,789,743 - 7.032,908 n/a n/a Utility Tax - Pro I Voter Package 1,263,680 1.571.054 1,021,535 1,000.000 1,469,694 n/a n/a Utility Tax -Solid Waste 10% 1,631240 L%3,875 152,012 2,161,267 n/a n/a Real Estate E)cISeTaXFud 2,546.600 3,217,658 2,764.562 1576.557 4,355,584 n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund 2,124,0% 2,493,443 2,586.278 2262,418 3.337,750 1 n/a n/a Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1,605,161 1,868,015 1,644.971 1,948,995 - 1,917,200 n/a n/a Jail Fund - 7,260 (1) 0 194 n/a n/a Federal Wav Comrmnity Center 1.500.393 1,737,273 1.500,000 1,500,000 1,500.566 n/a n/a Performing Arts & Event Or Operations 1 873,5871 873.936 687,421 446.111 555,205 n/a n/a Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,500.001 1,710.5101 1,500,0001 1,524,598 1,713,707 n/a n/a Total Fndine Fund Balance I S 14.799.148 rS 19.757A98 I $ 16.168.640 1 S 1610OA35 r S $ 24.044.075 n/a n/a CITY Of Federal Way Sales Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.34M or 7.4% and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.69M or 16.2%. The sales tax collected for transactions at point of sale is remitted to the City from the State on a two -month lag, after retailers remit to State the first month. City of Federal Way - Sales Tax Revenue Received Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $12, 000, 000 $10, 000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 F Budget Cumulative $4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative $2,000,000 Actual cumulative $0 C�- LOCAL RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES YTD April Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual %s Budget Budget Act0al $ % $ % Jan 1,653,281 $ 1,875,011 $ 1,917,113 $ 263,832 16.00/c $ 42,102 2.2% Feb 1,284,275 1,397,709 1,425,556 141,280 11.0% 27,847 2.0% Mar 1,314,196 1,327,417 1,599,609 285,413 21.7% 272,192 20.5% Apr 1,636,738 1,648,748 - - May 1,556,411 1,540,677 Jun 1,534,290 1,625,228 Jul 1,679,199 1,795,564 - Aug 1,785,214 1,777,795 - - - Sep 1,757,829 1,749,381 - - - - Oct 1,721,219 1,800,168 - - - - Nov 1,649,918 1,652,543 - - - Dec 1,632,393 1,634,761 - - - - YTDTotal $ 4,251.752 $ 4,600,136 $ 4,942,278 $ 690,5261 16.2% $ 342,141 7.4% Annual Total $ 19,204,963 $ 19,825,000 1 n/a n/a I n/a I n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way City of Federal Way Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Group 51.SMo r1 %aol pw S1,Srolm S1Ag1AM S FINANCE DEPARTMENT City of Federal Way YTDSales Tax Rr,vcnl1PCompaiiconbyLocation SR00,000 "Yoo,0UG ;�,nn,nnn ;�nn,non :.nil,000 ■ "TO i022 __.rlv,nuo YTD;0123 �7oP,000 N,o0X MAtCAi eSaem.s �+.� Thr C4nlr401fc S iS]Sh lP 7 S SJtSn It sa.an WWII% Cw:r Ca•1t*t ngTh s7dc6 , ?O7O ■ 70?1 ■ 2022 ■ Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax Revenues are unfavorable to 2023 YTD budget by $6.8K or 11.3% but above 2022 YTD actuals by $1.5K. The travel, tourism, and hospitality industry was significantly impacted by COVID-19, but has nearly returned to pre -pandemic levels. City of Federal Way - Lodging Tax Revenue Received $3 SP,00U Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year j 311J OOD j 2C'C, 00:1 >l:d),Ci10 Si0^,CCC - C� Budge[ ca-dative Prior Year Cu da �:I,000 Q Actual cumulative51) City of Federal Way Historical Lodging Tax Remittances by Month -85,000 �3QOR, 'O CCO j1Q00D >0 r ai- VIVIVid HOTEL/MOTEL LODGING TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru April Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2022 YI'D Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 15,770 $ 20,487 $ 16,787 $ 1,017 6.4% $ (3,701) -18.1% Feb 16,937 19,550 16,159 (778) -4.6% (3,391) -17.3% Mar 19,965 21,018 21,239 1,274 6.4% 222 1.1% Apr 26,925 24,210 - May 19,237 22,229 - - - Jun 20,135 22,154 - Jul 28,005 29,972 - Aug 32,422 33,167 - - - Sept 30,027 32,614 Oct 25,640 26,984 - - Nov 21,186 22,800 - - Dec 25,598 17,814 - - YrDTotal $ 52.672 $ 61.055 $ 54.185 $ 1.513 2.9% $ (6.870) -113% Annual Total $ 281,845 $ 293,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Business License Fees FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to YTD budget by $2K or 0.7% and above 2022 YTD actual by $27K or 11.4%. 250 200 15C 100 S4 511 50 0 Jan New Monthly Business License Count 218 =eb Mar *excludes outside contractor businesses 171 ■ Totaf 2022 BL Total 2023 BL 103 66 Apr Business License Revenue Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2022 YID Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 52,893 $ 101,359 $ 62,005 9,113 17.2% (39,354) -38.8% Feb 50,062 62,138 44,674 (5,388) -10.8% (17,464) -28.1% Mar 72,588 45,587 86,195 13,608 18.7% 40,608 89.1% Apr 58,647 49,891 67,910 9,264 15.8% 18,019 36.1% May 65,452 35,550 - - - - - Jun 70,861 71,348 - - - - - Jul 52,477 45,887 - - - - - Aug 74,576 53,013 - - - - - Sep 55,100 46,162 - - - - - Oct 53,193 32,946 - - Nov 64,265 41,114 - Dec 54,014 67,904 - - - - - YID Total $ 234,189 $ 258,976 $ 260,785 26,596 11.4% 1,809 0.7% Annual Total S 724.126 $ 652,900 n/a n/a I n/a n/a I n/a CITY OF Federal Way Community Development Permit Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.60M or 52.7% and above 2022 YTD actual by $736K or 73.4%. Annual Total 2017 - $2,019,477 2018 - $Z595,395 2019 - $4,546,432 2020 - $1,964,825 2021 - $3,229,113 2022 - $4,040,385 Real Estate Excise Tax BUILDING & LAND USE PEIUvM AND FEES (CD) Year-to-date thru April Month 2022 Actual 2023 Change from 2022 Fawrahl e/(Uofawrabl e) Vl'D Actual %5 Budget Budget Actual $ I % $ % Jan 198,005 224,348 213,046 15,041 7.6% (11,302) -5.0% Feb 245,722 320,583 546,470 300,749 122.4% 225,888 70.5% Mar 276,562 280,803 595,518 318,956 115.3% 314,715 112.1% Apr 282,554 313,185 383,643 101,089 35.8% 70,457 22.5% IMay 286,805 366,145 Jun 327,552 262,919 - - Jul 194,861 264,217 .Aug 420,209 341,080 ;Sept 441,542 303,252 'Oct 412,259 318,802 Nov 476,608 301,382 Dec 487,707 289,570 YPD Total $ 1.002.843 $ 1.138.918 $1.738.677 5 735.834 73A% $ 599.7581 52.7% I.Annual Total $ 4.040385 $ 3.586.285 n/a n/a n/a n/a u/a Revenues are unfavorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.22M or 16.4% and below 2022 YTD actual by $0.32M or 22.0%. April 2023 activities include 105 real estate transactions. There were 105 taxable residential sales (total sales $51.6M / $254K tax) and no commercial sales. REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX REVENUES Year-to�ate thru April Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrabl a/(Unfawrabl e) Change from 2022 YTD Actual w Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 241,514 $ 244,931 $ 192,302 $ (49.213) -20.4% $ (52,630) -21.5% Feb 269,472 352,972 253,046 (16,426) -6.1% (99,926) -28.3% Mar 458,276 335,140 438,312 (19,964) 4.4% 103,172 30.8% Apr 489,224 427,888 254,266 (234,958) -48.0% (173,623) -40.6% Mav 927,268 505,047 - - - - - Jun 544,704 483,411 - - Jul 653.733 481,686 - - Aug 419,157 622,350 - - - - Sep 406,732 417,540 - - - - - Oct 286,728 452,775 - - - - Nov 247,639 342,962 - - - Dec 173,537 854,298 - - YTD Total 1,458.486 1360,931 1,137,925 (320,560) -22.0% (223,006) -16.4% Annual Total $ 5,117,985 $ 5.521,000 n/a n/a I n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal way Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.84M or 18.0% and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.38M or 7.6%, due to increase in water/sewer utility tax, and additional 10% on solid waste services. The utility tax collected by utility companies is remitted to city on a 2-month lag. UrHJrr 'TAXES Year-to-date thru April Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ Var % Var $ Var % Var Jan $ 1,692,180 $ 1,435,012 $ 1,807,080 $ 114,900 6.9% $ 372,068 25.9% Feb 1,642,378 1,552,872 1,650,189 7,811 0.5% 97,317 6.3% Mar 1,755,285 1,650,233 2,017,092 261,807 14.9% 366,858 22.2% Apr 1,413,785 1,485,650 May 1,389,291 1,377,315 - Jun 1,213,829 1,562,311 - Jul 1,260,575 1,239,420 - Aug 1,221,401 1,171,241 - Sept 1,459,563 1,488,061 - Oct 1,275,498 1,235,293 - Nov 1,507,296 1,292,058 - Dec 1,800,115 1,903,843 - - YTDSubtotal $ 5,0899843 $ 4,638,117 $ 5,474,361 $ 384„518 7.6% $ 836,243 18.0% Rebate (100) (1,237) (605) (505)1 0.0% 632 -51.1% YTD Total $ 5.089.743 $ 4.636.881 $ 5A73.756 $ 384.013 1 7.5% $ 836.875 18.0% Annual Total $ 16.992.709 $ 17391.000 n/a n/a I n/a n/a n/a Urmn-Y TAXES - by Type Year-to-date thru April Utility T w 2022 Actual 2023 Actual Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 $ % Electric $ 1,838,195 $ 1,810,470 $ (27,725) -1,5% Gas 748,663 $ 877,660 128,997 17.2% Water/Sewer 587,446 741,921 154,475 26.3% Solid Waste 436,435 486,818 50,383 11.5% Solid Waste - 100/ 563,143 628,153 65,010 n/a Cable 409,398 396,292 (13,106) -3.2% Other 506,563 533,047 26,484 5-2 o TaxRebate (100) (605) (505) n/a YTD Total I $ 5.089,743 1 $ 5,473,756 1 $ 384,013 7.50/6- City of Federal Way - Utility Tax Revenue Received $20,000,090 ,is,coo, (rjo $16,000'030 $14.aoe,ac0 $12,000,OC 0 $1Q,000,wo Ss,000,c00 56,000'om C] Budget amuab" $4,000,000 —Prior Yea Cu Waim Alin 2,000,OcO 4 Acrwl cumulative $c tip ci` Z" vd ,�o -f d ;*, ' e The City has a utility tax rebate program that opens January 1st and closes May 31 st of each year for qualifying low-income residents. The City processed 41 rebates in 2021, for a total of $2,310. The City processed 24 rebates in 2022 for $1,305. The city has processed 13 rebates for a total of $605 in 2023. The 2023 rebate program has been posted to the city website and information material has been distributed to known past users and communicated to those who can relay to potential new ones. FINANCE DEPARTMENT Proposition 1 Voter -Approved Utility Tax Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.12M or 12.8%. The increase in collections is due to a decrease in water/sewer utility tax. PROP 1 Utility Tax Fund 2022 2023 YID Budget vs. Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Budget Annual Actual Budget YTD Budget YID Actual $ % Beginning Balance: 1,263,679 .1,263,679 1,612,395 $ 1,612,395 1,571.054 (41,341) -2.6% Total Prop 1 Revenues: 3,093,312 $ 3,460,691 3J60,436 $ 970,130 $1,094-305 $ 124,176 12.8% Transfer in from Utility Tax Fund 1.076.964 973,681 499.042 $ - n/a Public Safety Improvement Positions & Costs: Police Services (includes 1 Records Specialist, 16 Police Officers, & 2 Lieutenants) 2,832 128 2,687,253 2,974,715 $ 991,572 867,810 123,762 12.5% Court Services (includes .50 Judge, 1 Court Clerk, and Pro Tern Pay, Public Defender contract, 1.5 Prosecutors) 1,038.769 1.196.054 1.163.732 $ 387.911 219,412 168.499 43.4% Total Public Safety Improvement Costs 3,870,898 3,883,307 4,138,447 $1,379,482 1,087,222 292,260 21.2% Community Safety Program Costs: 1 Code Enforcement Officer 109,114 113,446 120,465 $ 40,155 40,979 (824) -2.1% .5 Assistant City Attorney 85,462 1 54,895 94,411 $ 31,470 24,772 6,699 21.3% 1 Parks Maintenance Worker I & Security 104,802 75,349 118,550 $ 39,517 42,694 (3,178) -8.0% Total Community Safety Improvement Costs 299,378 243.689 333,427 111,142 108,445 2,697 2.4% 'total Prop 1 Irt nditures: 4,170.275 4,126.996 4A71.873 S IA90.624 1.195.667 1 1 294.958 19.8% rota) Ending Fund Balance: $1.263,679 $ 1571.054 $1.000,000 $1,091.901 S I A69.692 I $ (377.7921 -34.6% Traffic Safety - Red Light / School Zone Revenues are above 2023 YTD budget by $0.82M or 82.7%, and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.39M or 27.3%. Traffic Safety Fund - Red Light Photo Revenue Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrablei(Uufawrable) Change from 2022 YM Actual is Budget Budget Actual S % S % Jan $ 344,394 I $ 257,240 $ 305,897 $ (38,497)I -11.2% $ 48,657 18,91/6 Feb 338,105 238,078 425,952 87,847 26.0o/o $ 187,874 78.90/o Mar 407,496 244,716 582,573 175,077 43.00/a $ 337,857 138.1% Apr 337,133 254,512 502,534 165,400 49.1% $ 248,021 97.4% May 322,696 252,245 - - $ - Jun 366,055 301,935 - - $ - Jul 271,128 278,487 - $ - Aug 330,043 196,829 $ - Sep 256,1201 194,867 - $ - Oct 265,625 257,518 - $ - Nov 319,241 295,874 - $ Dec 284,307 -7.700 $ YID Total S 1.427.129 S 994,546 1 $1.816.955 S 389,826 273% $ 822.409 82.7% Annual Total $3 842.343 S3,000,000 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund pays for 1 Lieutenant, 8 Police Officers, 3 City Traffic positions, Municipal Court security • services, red light photo services, Valleycomm emergency communication services, School Zone Enhancements capital improvement projects, and patrol vehicles. Federal Way Police Department Overtime April PD overtime is $22K below 2022 YTD actual. The City's portion (unbillable) is $0.19M or 62.0% above YTD budget, and is funded entirely by PD vacancies. Overtime incurred is primarily due to service required for special events, shift call -in, shift extension, and special emphasis proactive activities. Jail Services City of Federal Way Jail Cost FINANCE DEPARTMENT PD Overtime by Mouth Year-to-date thru April Mouth 2022 Actual 2023 I lavnrahlc l; I-nfmnrahlr Chanee from 2022 YID Actual vs Budeet Bud -pet Actual $ % $ Jan $ 145,407 S 85.627 $ 116.488 $ (28.919) -19.9% $ 30.861 36.0% Feb 150,708 75.667 142,906 (7.802) -5.2% 67.239 88.9% Mar 151.497 70.419 130.707 (20,790) -U.7% 60.288 85.6% Apr 137,102 79.909 114.651 1 (22.451) -16.4% 34.742 43.5% May 135,111 92,139 - Jun 133.057 78.666 Jul 171,487 127,159 Aug 138,911 85.169 Sep 147,445 80.227 - Oct 119.010 94,443 Nov 134,420 93,601 Dec 127.130 92.573 - City Portion 584 715 -111.623 504,752 (79 63 -0.7% 193,129 62.01 Billable 151,566 86,954 134,664 (16,902) -11.2% 47,710 54.9% YIDTotal S 736281 $ 398.576 $ 639,416 $ (96.865) -13.2% $ 240.840 60.4 Billable $ 270.327 $ 245.423 $ $ $ Annual Total $ 2.113 78 $1 387 75 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Average Daily Population 59 9 59 5= N Jail and Alternatives to Confinement 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Actual 2022 Actual 2023 Annual Budget YTD Actual Total Jail Operations $6,417,479 $5,932,095 $1.712,883 $ 2,223,602 $2.871,368 $ 2.500,000 $ 1.141.569 Debt Service Payments for SCORE Jail - 889.718 847.566 851.925 852.425 851.925 - Total Jail Cosl $6,417,479 $6.821.813 $2560.449 $ 3.075.527 $3.723.793 $ 3351.925 $ 1.141569 The City maintains multiple contracts with other governmental agencies for its jail services, after it discontinued its owner relationship with SCORE Jail in December 2019. The budgeted average daily population (ADP) is 70, and average ADP was 57.9 for the first four months. The City continues to be liable for its portion of the debt service on the SCORE building. The total remaining principal debt the City owes as of 12/31/2022 for SCORE is $9,765,000, and continues to be reduced by principal payments of about $0.9 million a year. CITY OF Federal Way Federal Way Community Center FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are below 2023 YTD budget by $0.19M or 28.9%, but above 2022 YTD actual by $0.03M, primarily due to slowly coming back to pre -pandemic levels, and the pool closure. Expenditures are $0.16M or 21.6% below the 2023 YTD budget. Community Center remaining building construction debt service principal as of 12/31/2022 was $7.73M. Federal Way Community Center as of04/30/2023 2022 2023 YID Budget 1s Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) Budget Annual I Actual YID Actual Budet YID Budget YTD Actual S Be i nni2g Fund Balance $ 1,502.625 $ 1,502.625 $ 1.502,625 $ 980,517 $ 980.517 $ 1.737.273 n/a n/a Total Revenues 1.690.875 1.761.950 431-456 1-930.875 643,625 457,399 (186,226) -28.9% Total Expenditures 2.756.334 2.590.528 678.743 2279.893 759.964 924.107 (164.143) -21.6% Revenues Over / (Under) Expenditures (1,065.459) 828,578) (247.287) (349.018) (116339) (466,708) 350369) 301.2% Recovery Ratio 61.3 % 68.0% 63.6 % 84.7%1 84.7%1 49.5 % n/a n/a Total Transfer In from General Fund/UtilityTax 1.063.227 1.063.227 . 244A61 R69.501 230.000 230,000 - 000/0 Ending Fund Balance S 1.500392 S 1.737174 S 1500.000 S 1500.000 S 1-094.179 $1500565 S 406399 37.1 e/ Debt Service Payments 820.123 820.423 1 820.423 822.123 - - n/a Debt Service Refundin n/a Total FWCC Cost S 3.576.457 $3.410.951 It1.499.166 j 53.102,0161 S 759.964 1 S 924.107 $064.1431 -21,6e/a Total City Support I $ 1,883350 I $1,883,650 1 $1,065,084 1 $1,690,624 1 S 230,000 1_S 230,000 Dumas Bav Centre Revenues are above 2023 YTD budget by $0.08M or 46.0%, and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.12M. The facility reopened as of the beginning of August 2021. Expenditures are on target with 2023 YTD budget of $0.25M. Dumas Bay Centre Fund as of04/30/2023 2022 2023 YTD Budget 1s Actual Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Budget YTD Budget YrD, Actual Fawrable/(Unfawrable) S % Beginning Fund Balance $1.500.001 $ 1.500.001 $1.500.000 S1.132.849 $ 1.132.849 $ 1.710.510 n/a n/a Total Revenues 535,151 591,019 140,126 527,698 175,899 256,827 80,928 46.0% Total Fxpenses 1.000.110 945.470 208.997 764.097 254.699 253,629 1.070 0.4% Revenues Owr/ nderl Fx nses .8711 (236399) f78,8001 3.198 81.998 -104.1% Recovery Ratio 53.51% 69.90% 67.05% 69.06% 69.06% 101.26% n/a n/a Total Transfer In 464.959 1.$-1.71D-510 464.959 68.870 628.148 209383 (2093831 -100.0fund 11almice S 1,500,000 $1 500,000 1 S 1,524599 S 1.263A33 S 1,713.708 1 S 450176 35.6% Performing Arts & Event Center Operations (PAEC) Revenues are on target with year-to-date budget primarily due to the facility reopening, and operations slowly coming back to pre -pandemic levels. Expenditures are $0.08M or 2.9% below the YTD budget. Performing Arts & Event Center remaining building construction debt service principal as of 12/31/2022 was $5.58M. 116 Performing Arts 6 Brent Center Operations (PAEC) 2017 Actual 2018 Actual 2019 Actual I 2020 Actual 2021 Actual 2023 Budget YTD B udgel 2023 YTD Actual YTD Budget vs. Actual FavorablentAnfavoratde) Beginning Balance 177,413 477 (447,382) (110,5461 E2,63i,M 541,702 541,702 873,936 $ % Total floveune 323,827 553,529 1,410,377 591,152 1,413,088 1,279,785 4 66,593 433,667 7,073 0.4% Total Transfe r In from UTdy TaxlGe ne ral Fund 694,703 626,762 1,516,000 972,310 1,083,942 1,107,987 369,329 (369,3291 -36.2% Total Expenditures 1,195,466 1,628.150 2,589,541 1,452,916 1,653,440 2,483,359 827.7861 762,398 75,388 2.91'. Total PAEC Operation Balance $ 477 $ (447,38A $ (1 00,546) i 0 $ 973,590 $ 873,938 $ 446,111 $ 609;B3B $ 666,206 i 45,366 no Debt Service Payments 538,247 553,255 781,330 772,320 32,013 32,0)3 f Total PAW Coat $ 1,195,466 $ 1,628,150 >; 4M.641 S 1,M,163 $ 2,206,695 $3,412.707 $ 3,256,679 $ 859,799 $ 784.411 $ 75,388 L Total City Suppo $ 1,510,557 $ 1.637.197 $1.722.794 $ 1.880,307 $ 401,342 $ 32,013 S 389,329 20.6 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Fund Activity Summary Fled #/FLod Name Begin Balance 1/l/2023 YID i4woues YID FStpenditures YfD Net incnrnei(lass) Fading Balance 04/30/2023* Required Fund Balance 001/101 General/Street Fund** S 27,709,983 S 15,137,743 18,898,549 S (3,760,806) S 23,949,177 S 9,500,000 .Special Revenue Funds: 102 Arterial Street 998,945 126,201 160,118 (33,916) 964,929 100,000 103 Utility Tax(*) 4,646,109 3,751,300 1,364,501 2,386,799 7,032,908 1,500,000 104 Affordable & Supportive Housing Sales Tax 148,016 23,743 23,743 171,759 - 106 Solid Waste & Recycling 395,459 109,221 187,902 (78,681) 316,778 107 Special Contracts/Studies Fund 987,302 - 987,302 - 109 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1,868,015 54,185 5,000 49,185 1,917,200 200,000 111 Federal Way Conumnity Center 1,737,273 687,399 924,107 (236,708) 1,500,565 1,500,000 112 Traffic Safety Fund 2,493,443 1,816,955 972,649 844,306 3,337,749 1,200,000 113 Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 3,217,658 1,137,925 - 1,137,925 4,355,584 2,000,000 114 Prop 1 Utility Tax 1,571,054 1,094,306 1,195,667 (101,361) 1,469,693 1,000,000 115 Perfomvng Arts & Event Ctr Operations 873,936 433,667 752,398 (318,731) 555,205 116 Solid Waste 10% Utility Tax 1,632,240 628,153 99,125 529,028 2,161,267 119 CDBG 25,107 (17,7463 366,344 (384,090) (358,983) 120 Path & Trails 1,888,688 2,092 21092 1,890,780 121 Technology 459,999 125,364 19,362 106,002 566,001 122 Jail Fund 7,260 1,134,501 1,141,569 (7,068) 192 188 Strategic Reserve Fund 3,002,082 3,002,082 3,000,000 189 Parks Reserve Fund 1,133,157 1,133,157 1,125,000 Subtotal Special Revenue Funds 27,085,646 11,107,265 7,188,742 3,918,523 31,004,169 $11,625,000 201 Debt Service Fund (1,366,565) 32,013 (32,013) (1,398,578) Capital Project Funds: 301 Downtown Redevelopment 4,499,350 13,357 13,357 4,512,707 302 Municipal Facilities 175,507 - - 175,507 303 Parks 2,032,064 81,850 21,177 60,673 2,092,736 304 Surface Water Management 4,570,673 33,223 (33,223) 4,537,450 306Transportation 15,939,217 (461,100) 1,470,085 (1,931,184) 14,008,033 307 Capital Project Reserve Fund 370,343 370,343 Subtotal Capital Project Funds 27,587,154 (365,893) 1,524,485 (1,890,377) 25,696,776 Enterprise Funds: 401 Surface Water Management 4,511,222 2,810,727 1,144,594 1,666,144 6,177,365 690,000 402 Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,710,510 256,827 253,629 3,198 1,713,708 1,500,000 Subtotal Enterprise Funds 6,221,732 3,067,554 1,398,213 1,669,342 7,891,073 S 2,190,000 fniernal Service Funds 501 Risk Management 1,516,945 794,999 1,917,377 (1,122,378) 394,467 600,000 502 Information Systems 4,260,137 1,102,437 986,039 116,398 4,376,534 - 503 Mail & Duplication 279,203 46,173 23,961 22,212 301,415 504 Fleet & Equipment 8,548,261 1,040,158 752,434 287,724 8,835,985 - 505 Buildings & Furnishings 2,115,458 242,700 163,493 79,207 2,194,665 2,000,000 506 Health Self Insurance Fund 3,660,088 1,869,586 1,640,219 229,367 3,889,455 - 507 Unemployment Insurance Fund 252,036 252,036 250,000 'Subtotal Internal Service Funds 20,632,027 5,096,051 5,483,523 (387,472) 20,244,556 S 2,850,000 Total All Funds FS 107,869,976 S 34,042,721 S 34,525,523 S (482,803) S 107,387,173 S 26,165,000 CITY OF �. Federal Way Monthly Treasury Positions and Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT This monthly report of all investment transactions to the city council via FEDRAC complies with RCW 35.39.032. The following pages provide a summary of the current investment portfolio holdings and the individual transactions and activity during the month. Portfolio Yield: The City's total annualized yield was 2.9%. The City's position in LGIP was $47.9 million with a 3.4% yield and the laddered portfolio was $55 million with a 2.5% yield. Maturity Annual Date Agency Face Value Cost Yield % Yield $ City Portfolio: 55,000,000 53,802,813 2.550% 1,402,359 State Investment Pool: 47,854,492 47,854,492 3.334% 1,519,168 Total: $1D2,854,492 $101,657,305 2.938`Y $3,021,527 Interest Revenue Compared to Budget and Prior Year Year-to-date interest revenue through April of $1,067,000 exceeds budget of $600,000 by $467,000 or 78% and exceeds prior year by $973,000. Interest for the month was $287,000. City of Federal Way - Investment Revenue $3,000,000 Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year © Budget Cumulative $ 2, 500,000 — Prior Year Cumulative � $2,000,000 --o— Actual cumulative $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 a — $0 11ac Q�� �Sa� pQ� �aJ 1$p CITY OF Federal `Illay FINANCE DEPARTMENT The following summary is provided by our third -party custodian, US Bank, and summarizes both the ending position and the activity within the month: [Mbank. Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY • USD Page 1 Accl Number.. XXXXXXX033 For period 04/012023 - 04/30/2023 ACTIVITY • Soyled/Cleared Cash Aetlyity Transaction Type AhloUnl Purchases 0,00 Purchase Reversals O.DO sales .,DO Sale Reversals 0,00 Withdrawals 0.00 Receipts (977,611,94) Deliveries 0.00 Principal Reversals O.DD interest 5,DDO.DO Interest Reversals 0.00 Interest Adjuslmerde 0.00 Maturities 1,000,000.00 Cape 0.00 Puts O.DO Paydowna 0.00 Psydown Adjustments 0.00 Payups O.OD Payup Adjustments D. DO Cash Dividends 0,00 Balance Changes 0,00 Stock Dividends 0.00 Closeouts 0.00 Claaeous Dividends O.Oo net &Ws ity 71.38a.06 HOLtINGs • Custody Your Sales Representative is: SAFEKEEPING OPERATIONS (800) 236-4221 Statement Conterds 'Adivrty - Setlled(Cleared Gash AcBvlty 'Ac9vdy - Projected Activity for Next Statement Period 'Holdings Category Par/Shares Original Face _ Principal Cost Market Value Treasury Obligations 35,000,000.00000 35,DD0,00000000 33,801,721.90 33,391,343.42 :15 r�papmmenl AQan_CY SacurWs¢ ?O.gDi1,DOp i'moo ?FI.DDD.00O.DDOGO :d.067,pa990 IF.559. D&4.64 Total Custody Holdings 55,000,000.00000 55,DOO,000.00000 53,602,810.90 52.950.426.26 Market Value is currently below both Original Face Value, the value we'll receive at maturity, and Principal Cost, what we paid. This is partially due to purchasing at discounts and also because rates have risen, so the investments purchased in the past, at lower rates, aren't as desirable on the secondary market, to those who trade actively. This is an unrealized change in market value, since all investments will be held to maturity, receiving full value. All investments are bullets, or uncallable, therefore full face value will be realized at maturity, received in cash. Maturities: During the month, the following investment matured: • 2021-024 FHLMC $1,000,000, matured Apr. 2023, yielding 1.77% Purchases: During the month, the following investment was purchased, maximizing yield at the time of purchase for the maturity date being filled, having first assured safety and liquidity of the entire portfolio (see addendum for complete rationale): 2023-062 US Treasury $1,000,000, matures Sep. 2023, yielding 4.93% CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT The maturity distribution of the laddered portion of the portfolio shows that $1-2 million will mature each month for the next 48 months, mitigating reinvestment (interest rate) risk, as follows: $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $0 City of Federal Way Investment Portfolio Maturity Distribution - April 2023 ,'L^' .'L� ,'Ly S¢Q 110 ac 4a1 4t 31 ,o`' SeQ boa ,�c �'� ��i `o\ 5¢Q ao� ,�c �'a �'� �o`' 4 boa ,ao �za and the diversification distribution partially mitigating credit risk, as follows: US TREAS, $35,000,000 , 34.0% City of Federal Way Diversification by Issuer - April 2023 L $47,E 46.5% FHLB, $8,000,000 , 7.8% FHLMC, $4,000,000 , 3.9% FFCB, $4,000,000 , 3.9% FNMA, $3,000,000 , 2.9% TVA, $1,000,000 , 1.0% CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Safekeeping Report Detail This monthly safekeeping report of all investment transactions held in safekeeping by US Bank lists securities by maturity date, first obligations of the US Treasury and then US Government Agency Securities. All holdings are rated Aaa/AA+ rating by Moodv's and S&P. Acct Name CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 04/30/2023 - USD Page 5 Acd Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Ticket Rate Acq Date Description Par/Shares Original Face Principal Cost Market Value NAV Treasury Obligations 051152023 912828VB3 1750 US Treasury Notes 1,000,00000 1,000,89844 998,66102 3922228TO OW2 91232OV93 5/15/23 1,000,000.00 07/312023 91282CCN9 .125 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.DO 982,187 50 967.65625 392222036 0222 125 NOTE 23 1,00.000 00 09282023 912796CS6 DI US TREASURY BILLS 1,000,000.00 977,611 94 979,596.46 392227577 0423 BILLS 092823 1,000,000 DO 091302D23 9128285DB 2.875 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,D00,000 00 1,029,57U 31 991,992 19 819021819 0222 2.875.0913012023 1,D00,D00.D0 10/312023 91282CDDO 375 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,D00,D00 DO 987.929 69 977,265 62 819021740 0122 375 NOTE 2023 1,000.000 DO 11 r302023 91282CDMO 500 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 1,D00,000.00 966,445 31 974.667.50 819027289 0223 -50 NOTES 111=23 1,DD0,000 DO 01/312024 912828SZ9 2.500 U.S. Treasury Notes 1,000A00 00 1,037,773.44 982.031.25 3922,20927 1221 9128285Z9 01/31/2024 1,000,D00.00 041302024 9128266R6 2 250 U.S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 1,036,093 75 975.078.12 392220608 1121 2.250, D4/302024 1,000,Do0.00 051152024 912828WJ5 2500 U.S TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 969,390.00 976,796.88 619D27333 0323 912828WJ50511524 1,000,000.00 05/312024 912826XT2 2.000 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000.000 00 1,032,226.56 970,976 56 819020999 1121 2 NOTE 2024 1.000.000.00 06/152024 91282CCG4 250 U 5 TREASURY NOTE 1.000.000.00 991,679 69 951.445 31 751013140 1121 25 NOTE 2024 1,000.000 00 Acd Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 04/30/2023 - USD Page 6 Acd Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Ticket Rate Acq Date Description Par/Shares Original Face Principal Cost Market Value NAV 091152024 91282CCXT 375 US TREASURY NOTE 1,00,00000 995,898.44 945,19531 392219201 1D21 .375 NOTE 911512024 1,000,000.00 1D1152D24 91282CDB4 -625 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 1,DOO,OD0.00 946,054,69 392219779 1021 .625 NOTE 2024 1,000,000.00 11/152024 91282CDH1 750 U.S Treasury Notes 1,000,00000 1,001,171,88 945,585.94 819020954 1121 91282CDH1 111152024 1,000,000 00 011312025 912828Z52 1 375 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000 00 1,006,718.75 951.601.56 619021510 0122 1.375 NOTE 2025 1,000,000 00 031312025 912828ZFO .500 US Treasury Notes 1,000,000 00 963,437 50 933,359.36 392222253 0322 912828ZFO 03/31/2025 1,0g0,00000 04r302025 912828ZL7 375 U.S TREASURY NOTES 1,000,D00 00 932,343.75 928,476.56 392223194 0422 912828ZL7 0.375 D413025 1,000,000.00 05012025 912828ZTU .250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,D00.00 924,648 44 923 632.01 392223819 0522 .25 NOTE 25 1,000,D00 00 0613OM25 912828ZW3 2SO US Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 928 16400 922 460 94 392224043 0622 250. D6Mr-1025 1,000,000.00 07/312025 91282CAB7 250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 918,125.00 919.335 94 392224D87 0622 25 NOTES 25 1,000,000.00 101312025 91282CA78 250 U.S Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 911,640.63 912,656.25 392224292 0722 .250, 1013112025 1,000,000 00 12/312025 9128285T3 2 625 U.S. TREASURY NOTES 1,ODO,000.00 983,828.13 967.734 38 392224349 0722 2.625 NOTE 25 1,000,D00 00 01/312026 9128286A3 2.625 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000 00 984,218 75 967,226.S6 751014661 07122 2.625 NOTE 2026 1,000,000.00 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 04/30/2023 • USD Page 7 Acct Number. XXXXM033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Rate Description ParlSharse Principal Cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Original Face NAV 031312026 9128206LO 2.250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,0DO,DDOAD 964,630 00 966,718.75 751015129 11622 2.25 NOTE 26 1,0D0.000.00 041302026 91282COWO 750 US Treasury Noise 1,DDO.000.OD 909,96094 913,476.56 392224636 0822 91282CBWO 04/3012026 1,0D0,000.00 W312026 91282CCFG 750 U 5 TREASURY NOTE 1.000,D00.00 907,968 75 911,132.81 392224637 0622 75 NOTE 2026 1,11DO,DO0.00 061302026 91282CCJB .875 U.5 Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 906,718,75 913,9D6 25 392224738 0922 91262CCJO 06/302026 1,000,D00.DO 07/312026 912828Y95 1.675 U-S TreasuryNotes 1,DD0,000.00 943.43750 941.562.50 751015330 0922 1.875. 071312026 10DO,000.00 10/312026 91262cdg3 1.125 U.S TREASURY NOTES 1,OD0,D00.00 BBB,240 DO 916,015.62 392225109 1022 1.125 NOTE 2026 1,000,000.00 111152026 91262OU24 200D US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 917,03125 941,796.88 751015708 1022 2 NOTE 26 1,000,000.00 111302026 91292CDK4 1 25D UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 1,DD0,000.00 880,781 25 918,671,88 751015831 1022 1.25 NOTES I lf3026 1,000,000.00 01/312027 912020Z78 1,500 U.S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000A0 903,100.00 924.492.19 392225551 1122 91282aZ70 1131/2027 1,000,000-00 02/152027 912510EZ7 6.625 U S TREASURY BOND 1,000,000.00 1,105,937 50 1,101,757.81 392225738 1222 SER 2027 1,000,000 00 03/312027 91282CEF4 2500 U.S TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000-00 956,0625 955,742.19 392225993 0123 2.50 NOTE 2027 1,000.000 OD 041302027 91282CEN7 2 750 US Treasury Notes 1.000.000 00 955,507 61 966,S62.50 392226190 0223 91282CEN7 D4/302027 1,0D0,000A0 Treasury Obligations Total 35,000,000.00000 33,601,721.90 33,391,343.42 35,000,000.00000 US Government Agency Securities Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 04/30/2023 - USD Page 8 Acct Number XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Rate Description Par/Shares Principal Cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Original Face NAV 061192023 313TEAENS 2.750 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1,0D0,000 00 1,015,200 00 996,540 64 392222403 0322 06119123 1,000,000.00 08242023 3137EAEVT 250 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1,000,000.00 982 140 00 984,700 00 619021968 0222 08124/2023 1,000,000.00 11242023 3133ENEX4 550 FEDERAL FARM CR BKS 1,00,000 00 989,74500 975,207 36 819021739 0122 CONS BD 0 55%23 1,DDO,000 DO ' 12202023 3133ENHR4 680 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,0D0,000 00 995,970 00 972,532 38 819021509 0122 3133ENHR4 1220123 1,000.000 00 021052024 3135GOV34 2.500 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000 00 1,037,530 DO 967,699.13 392220903 1221 02105/24 1,000,000.00 02272024 313DAV4Vl 5.125 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK MTN 1,000,00000 998,98900 1,000,781 05 819027290 0223 5125, 02272024 1,D00,00000 031082024 3130A63H7 2.375 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,000,000.00 1,036,54600 9T7,51050 751013276 1221 03108/24 1,000,000.00 061142024 3130AV7F3 5.250 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,D00,00000 998,26000 1,004,197.32 392226815 0323 CONS BD 5 25%24 1,000,000 00 071022024 3135GOV75 1750 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000.00 1,029,48000 967,14700 751013094 lo21 0710224 1,000,ODO 00 081152024 3130AGWK7 1500 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,00,00000 1,023,28500 959,71144 751013093 1021 05/15/2024 1,000,000.00 09/132024 3130ATVD6 4.875 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,p00 GO 994,SD0 00 1,D01,856 19 819027332 03123 CONS BD 4.875%24 1,D00,000.00 121132024 3130APRBO 750 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,0p0,000.00 995 541 00 940.727.29 751013275 1221 12/13/2024 1,000,000 00 CITY OF Federal way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Acct Number- XXXXXXX033 HOLDINGS AS OF 04/30/2023 • USD Page 9 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Rate Description Par/Shares Principal Cost Markel Value Ticket Acp Date Original Face NAV 121132024 3130ATUR6 4,625 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000.000 DO 992,652.00 1,D01,508 19 019027291 0223 CONS BD 4 625%24 1,0D0,000.D0 02/122025 3137EAEP0 1.500 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1,01)0,0OD 00 1,OD2,357.00 952,204 15 619021616 0222 02/12/25 00 1,0,000 00 082512025 3135GOSX7 .375 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000 00 909,673.00 916,98745 751014188 0622 0612525 1,000,00000 09232025 3137EAEX3 .375 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1.000.000.00 915,648.00 914,389 19 751014307 D622 OW232025 1,000,000 DO 111012025 880591CJ9 6.750 TENN VALLEY AUTHORITY 1.000,00000 1,115,D85.00 1,D66,52929 751014409 0722 l l/012025 1,000,D00 DO 02252026 3133ENJ35 3.320 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,000,000 DO 998,689.00 980,116 11 751015104 0822 CONS BD 3 32%26 1,000,000.00 081032026 3133END80 3-000 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,0D0,000.D0 9T4,653.00 969.911.34 392224855 0922 CONS BD 3%26 1,000,000.00 091112026 3130ATFHS 3 750 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,000.00 994,536.00 994,828 62 392224959 0922 CONS BD 3.75%26 1,000,000.00 US Government Agency Secar111ee Tot41 20.9U0.UVU.0U404 24.4111.09.U4 19.569.084.84 20.000.000.00000 Total Custody Holdings 55,000,000.00000 63,602,810.90 52,950,426.26 55,000,000.00000 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Cash Balance and Investment Positions: The City's cash balance trend is shown below: Total cash increased to 113.7 million from $108.1 million at end of March. • Laddered investments stayed at $55 million. • The LGIP Investment Pool position increased from $40.3 million to $47.9 million. $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $0 City of Federal Way Cash and Investments - 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I co 0o 0 M o m 0 0 0 0 '. .-4 rl — N N N N N rn 2 C — O 9 e — O ti C ■ Investments (yield) Benchmark and Portfolio LGIP (liquidity) Weighted Average Maturity (WAM) of the City's portfolio, including position in LGIP, is 370 days, and within the City's Investment Policy limit of 2.5 years or 900 days. The LGIP State Pool WAM was 22 days in March. The City's average maturity dropped in part due to the increase in cash balance at the LGIP. Average Yield of the City's portfolio was 3.7%, compared to 4.0% for the 2-year Constant Maturity Treasury index and 4.9% for the LGIP. Q O r Q Checking (safety) Weighted Average Maturity Days (City Investment Policy Yaximum is 900 Days) j. 'y titi 11 V y' �z LGIP wArs —0—F1•V %VAM Portfolio Average Yield City Portfolio vs Benchmark vs. State Pool Q, a MXA t LG I Avg Yir.ld t2-yrCMT --0—F\klwg ywl' CITY OF V L Federal Way Addendum — Investment Rationale Staff Review of Investment Rationale Date: April 10, 2023 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Investment # 2023-062 is a 5-month US Treasury Bill (B), face value $1,000,000, maturing September 28, 2023, purchased at 97.76 (discount) to yield 4.93%. This trade settles April 11, 2023 with Wedbush Securities, US Bank Safekeeping, replacing the April Maturity earning 1.77%. Liquidity: At March 3131 month -end, total city cash was $108.1 million, checking account balance was $12.9 million (target minimum is $8 Million), investment portfolio was $55.0 million (target is $60 million for Treasuries and Agencies), State LGIP investment pool balanoe was $40.3 million (target minimum is $20 million, excluding unspent ARPA). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of the Federal government, equivalent to Aaa/AA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 4.93%. This investment is 12 basis points above LGIP. Comparable yields evaluated at time of purchase were: LGIP-current 30-dayyield 2_ year Treasury Same maturity enc 4.81 % 4.01 % 4.82% (FHLB) 4.26% Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). www.secureaccess.wa.gov BloombeM.com Broker live inquiry Bloomberg.com Diversification. This purchase puts this issuer at 36.7% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio. Outlook. The yield curve has been rising very slightly with peak yield around 5% at 1 year: 2-year at 4.01 %, then slightly inverted to the 5-year at 3.52%. The Federal Reserve Bank last executed a 0.25% rate hike on Feb. 16' as inflationary measures and great uncertainty remains over inflation, money supply and Fed moves. Staff review: 1 Deputy Finance Director: Date Finance Director. Date Z 7c COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AP VOUCHERS 04/15/2023 — 05/15/2023 AND PAYROLL VOUCHERS 04/01/2023 — 04/30/2023 POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the AP vouchers in the total amount of $3,194,289.05 and the payroll vouchers in the total amount of $4,003,472.40? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of Federal Way, Washington, and that I am authorized and certify said liens F' nee Director Attachments: Voucher List Options Considered: MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL: &AWS SILL- DIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the vouchers to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. Hoane Tran. Committee Chair Jack Dovey, Committee Member Coral ittee Member MMMOMMMI PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BYCITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED- 1/2022 RESOLUTION # ,,ACITY OF �4k Federal Way Finance department Date: May 23, 2023 To: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director From: Linda Walker, Sr. Financial Analyst Subject: Monthly Disbursements Summary The monthly Accounts Payable (AP) and Payroll vouchers report is attached. April disbursements decreased from March due primarily to March Valleycomm dispatch services of $513,000; and a decrease of $281,000 in Medical Services/Stop Loss payments. Monthly payroll decreased largely due to decreases in temporary help and termination payouts. The following summarizes current and prior 2 months' disbursements for reasonableness comparison. AP voucher totals: e April $ 3,194, 289.05 Construction Projects total 298,157 Consulting Contract total 213,824 Jail Services total 418,044 Medical Services/Claims total 189,339 Miscellaneous Services & Charges total 218,251 Professional Services total 650,363 Repairs &•Maintenance total 155,781 Transportation Equipment total 104,963 ® March February Payroll voucher totals: ® April March 0 February $4,153, 089.23 $3,322,535.36 $4,003,472.40 $4,308,780.65 $4,111,804.45 (p• 6) (p• 7) (p. 15) (pp. 17, 18) (p. 21) (p. 37) (p. 48) (p. 69) City of Federal Way - Accounts Payable Check List Key Bank Page 1 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total ACCOUNT PAYABLE-ESCOM $350.00 286358 5/15/2023 TEAM CHILD, 5/2/2023 64327 $350.00 DBC-REFUND DEPOSIT #64327 ADVERTISING $1,828.52 286104 4/28/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 3/31/2023 8098975 $225.00 FWCC-AD ACCT#83722480 286104 4/28/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 3/31/2023 8098975 $225.00 FWCC-AD ACCT#83722480 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $22.00 PARKS- WEDDING SHOW PARKING 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $201 00 SWR-RECYCLING AD 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $295 00 CD -JOB POSTING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $471.80 FWCC-MRKT 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $214 70 FWCC-MNTHLY MKT FEE 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $3 06 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $0.90 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $7 88 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $2 56 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $10 16 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $3.91 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $10.00 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $6,27 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $4.95 PARKS -SNAP SNAP ADS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $124.33 PARKS -EVENT AD AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES $1,101.65 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $660.56 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491- 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $441.09 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES AIRFARE $1,348.37 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 412012023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-52.80 MO -TRAVEL FEE SISTER CITY 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $50.00 MO -TRAVEL FEE SISTER CITY 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-24.11 CC -REFUND Key Bank Page 2 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description Amur tGLTotal 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $1,075.60 CC -DC CONFERENCE 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $277 80 PD-WSHNA CONF AIRFARE 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $21 88 PD-WSHNA CONF AIRFARE ASSOCIATION DUES $2,564.42 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $214.42 PKM-EASEMENT RECORDING 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $640.00 FI-ASSOC. DUES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $665,00 FI-ASSOC. DUES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $45,00 CD-ASSOC DUES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $350.00 MOED-NAIOP MEMB 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $50.00 PD-ASSOCI DUES 286265 5/15/2023 LAKE KILLARNEY IMPROVEMI3/25/2023 2023 $600.00 PKM-ANNUAL DUES ATHLETIC SUPPLIES $2,533.27 286014 4/28/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/3/2023 19005101 $1,398.44 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286014 4/28/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/5/2023 19025877 $1.23293 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-65.40 FWCC-REFUND 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-3270 FWCC-REFUND AUTOMATION FEE $156.00 286059 4/28/2023 MAUNA ELECTRIC LLC, 4/19/2023 23-100837 $39.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 23-100837 286285 5/15/2023 MODERN WIRING INC, 3/14/2023 23-101327 $39.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 23-101327 286387 5/15/2023 WASHINGTON GENERATORS4/18/2023 23-101636 $78.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 23-101636 BOOKS, MAPS, & PERIODICALS $140.47 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $134.52 MO-SUBCR PAPER 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, - 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $5.95 PD-FW MIRROR MNTHLY SUBSCR BUILDING MATERIALS $3,368.25 286129 4/28/2023 WAARCHITECTURAL HARDW3/27/2023 IN073919 $3,193.19 CHB-MAINT SVC 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $175.06 PKM-BDLG MAT. BUILDING PERMITS $100.00 286209 5/15/2023 DEL RAY PROPERTIES, 4/26/2023 23-100976 $100.00 CD -REFUND PERMIT 23-100976 CELLULAR PHONE AIR TIME $20,143.31 Key Bank Page 3 of 76 (:heck Nn Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 285985 4/28/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 4/11/2023 287288982773X0419202 $6,336.93 IT-03/23 DATA CARDS 286128 4/28/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 4/13/2023 9932501027 $6,254.18 IT-03/23 CELLULAR SVC 286128 4/28/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 4/13/2023 9932501028 $175.38 IT-03/23 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 285985 4/28/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 4/5/2023 287290386709X0413202 $933.94 PWST/IT-3/23 DATA CARDS 286128 4/28/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 4/13/2023 9932501027 $6,254.17 IT-03/23 CELLULAR SVC 286128 4/28/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 4/13/2023 9932501028 $175.38 IT-03/23 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 286365 5/15/2023 T-MOBILE USA INC, 4/21/2023 830401935 $13.33 I.LU I riiw%i AIVV rvv l vvC 285972 4/28/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 4/10/2023 1NV-2-28113 $38.54 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 285972 4/28/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 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ENCHANTED PKWY S #L 286325 5/1512023 PUGET SOUND ENERGY INC, 4/19/2023 220030838597 $40 77 PWTR- 02/23 4451 SW 313TH ST # FILING & RECORDING FEES-INTGOV $209.31 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $209 31 CD -FILING FEES FIRST CLASS POSTAGE $2,144.70 286083 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873103 $1,863.49 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286084 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873104 $208.57 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 286224 5/1512023 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPOR5/5/2023 8-122-09741 $39.93 IT -MAILING SVC 286224 5/15/2023 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPOR.4/21/2023 8-106-99810 $32.71 PWTR-MAILING SVC FOOD & BEVERAGE $24,896.11 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - Fl, 4/28/2023 034004 $8.29 MO -COFFEE SUPPLIES 286124 4/28/2023 US FOODS INC, 4/5/2023 3238274 $62.39 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $10.98 DBC-KITCHEN SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4128/2023 034004 $29,69 DBC-KITCHEN SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - 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420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $43.69 PARKS-PRESCHL SNACKS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $24.99 FWCC-COFFEE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $159.94 FWCC-COFFEE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $13.49 FWCC-COFFEE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $26.43 FWCC-SNR TRIP LUNCH 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $46.83 FWCC-COFFEE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $135.70 FWCC-INTERVIEWS LUNCH 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $127.88 PD-MEALS FOR CIS Page 13 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Deschptlon AmountGL Total 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $24.99 PD-RETIREMENT PRTY FOOD 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $1.88 PD-RETIREMENT PRTY FOOD 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $84.97 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QUENCH, INC, 5/1/2023 INV05729321 $153.00 DBC-DRINKING WATER SERVICE GASOLINE $6,673.27 285984 4/28/2023 ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PF4/512023 23-796400 $410.96 FLT-PREM CONV GAS 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $10.00 PARKS-COSTCO-GASOLINE FOR PRIES 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $7.00 PARKS-COSTCO GAS FOR PRESSURE 286313 5/15/2023 PETROCARD INC., 2/15/2023 C091404 $1,020.86 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 286313 5/15/2023 PETROCARD INC., 2/28/2023 C103628 $3.221.19 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 286313 5/15/2023 PETROCARD INC., 3/15/2023 C114111 $760.81 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 286313 5/15/2023 PETROCARD INC., 3/31/2023 C126856 $441 32 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 286332 5/15/2023 ROBERTSON, CODY 5/1/2023 ROBERTSON 2023 $227.47 PD-FUEL 286314 5/15/2023 PETROCARD INC., 4/15/2023 C137335 $573.66 PD-VEHICLE FUEL HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM $200.00 286366 5/15/2023 TOLLEFSON, CHRISTINE 1/15/2023 TOLLEFSON 2023 $100 00 PW-DEDUCTIBLE REIMB Page 14 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor lnvamce Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286171 5/15/2023 BASSAGE, BRIAN 5/1/2023 BASSAGE 2023 $100.00 PD-DEDUCTIBLE REIMB_ HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES $9,258.24 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/7/2023 915645 $1,540.02 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/14/2023 916453 $263,01 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/14/2023 916454 $263.01 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/12/2023 915838 $1,172.33 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/5/2023 914883 $544.74 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286134 4/28/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/17/2023 916631 $81.69 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/26/2023 918126 $837 77 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/26/2023 918130 $318-63 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO, 4/20/2023 917177 $1,219.98 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 1/25/2023 903975 $77-80 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 2/15/2023 907200 $30 56 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/20/2023 917180 $647.41 PKM-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 3/17/2023 911909 $1,616-03 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286385 5/15/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 4/21/2023 917426 $594.06 CHB-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 286372 5/15/2023 ULINE, 4/25/2023 162808214 $51.20 CHB-EVIDENCE SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES -CATHOLIC COMM! $35,522.88 286144 4/28/2023 YWCA SEATTLE- KING COUN14/14/2023 2023 1ST QTR B $9,000,00 MOU 286206 5/15/2023 CRISIS CONNECTIONS, 3/31/2023 Q1 2023A $8,911.25 CDHS-AG23-112 MOU HS 286182 5/15/2023 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV4/10/2023 Q1 2023 $10,875.00 CDHS-AG23-112 MOU HS 286289 5/15/2023 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 4/12/2023 Q1 2023 $6,736.63 CDHS-AG23-112 MOU HS IMMUNIZATION CHARGE $296.00 286073 4/28/2023 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CEN3/24/2023 78750742 $118,00 HR-DOT RECERT 286073 4/28/2023 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CEN3131/2023 78825702 $118,00 HR-DOT RECERT 286154 5/15/2023 A WORK SAFE SERVICE, INC.4/30/2023 402812 $60.00 HR-DRUG TEST INSURANCE -STOP LOSS $63,836.99 501233040 5/1/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-5/1/2023 MAY 2023 $55,694.67 FI-05/23 ADM I N FEE KAISER HEAL Page 15 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date^ Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 501233039 5/1/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF5/1/2023 MAY 2023 #2 $8,142.32 FI-05/23 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL JAIL CS - ISSAQ $90 AG19-068 $34,100.00 285994 4/28/2023 CITY OF ISSAQUAH, 4/10/2023 23000164 $34,100 00 PD-AG21-091 JAIL SVC-INMATE HO JAIL CS - KENT $150 + AG19-133 $26,597.00 285995 4/28/2023 CITY .OF KENT, 4/10/2023 RI 71264 $26,597 00 PD-AG19-133 JAIL SVC INMATE HO JAIL CS - NISQUALLY $82,030.00 286069 4/28/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 2/28/2023 34275 $29,640.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS 286069 4/28/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 3/31/2023 34647 $52,390.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS JAIL CS - SCORE $275,316.55 286100 4/28/2023 SCORE, 3/13/2023 6737 $153,077.60 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H 286338 5/15/2023 SCORE, 4/13/2023 6834 $122,238.95 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS $350.00 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $350,00 HR-JOB POSTING KC HEALTH DEPT-INTERGOVT $2,532.00 286090 4/28/2023 PUBLIC HEALTH-SEATTLEAM/25/2023 PR0076660 $633,00 FWCC-2023 HEALTH PERMIT RENEWA 286090 4/28/2023 PUBLIC HEALTH -SEATTLE AIA/25/2023 PR0076749 $633.00 FWCC-2023 HEALTH PERMIT RENEWA 286090 4/28/2023 PUBLIC HEALTH - SEATTLE AIA/25/2023 PR0076751 $633.00 FWCC-2023 HEALTH PERMIT RENEWA 286090 4/28/2023 PUBLIC HEALTH - SEATTLE AIA/25/2023 PR0076752 $633.00 FWCC-2023 HEALTH PERMIT RENEWA LEASEHOLD TAX $1,765.98 286133 4/28/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT.,MI4128/2023 1ST QTR 2023 $1,128.36 FI-1Q/23 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX 286133 4/28/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT. 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PD-VETERINARIAN SERVICES 286217 5/15/2023 EQUIFAX CREDIT INFORMATI(4/23/2023 2054804754 $64•96 PD-CREDIT REPORTING SVCS 286290 5/15/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 4/24/2023 28791 $77 07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 286260 5/15/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE3/31/2023 125756-125756 $275,40 PD-RSD PJ#123948 286311 5/15/2023 PEER WASHINGTON, PEER W5/2/2023 15-FED-2023.04 $6,333.33 MC-AG22-025 PEER RECOVERY SERV 286311 5/15/2023 PEER WASHINGTON, PEER W5/2/2023 25-DES-2023.04 $3,400 00 MC-AG22-025 PEER RECOVERY SERV 286315 5/15/2023 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 115/3/2023 420138 $7.402.65 MC-AG21-165 SECURITY SERVICES- 286383 5/15/2023 WA STATE PATROL, 5/1/2023 123006303 $625.00 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS 286226 5/15/2023 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANG-4114/2023 250 $934.75 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE USE 286312 5/15/2023 PETEK & ASSOCIATES, REIGM/16/2023 1755 $385.00 PD-MAR 23 PSYCH EVA Key Bank Page 24 of 76 Check No- Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286388 5/15/2023 WASHINGTON POLYGRAPH, 4/28/2023 23025 $1,500.00 PD-POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION 286226 5/15/2023 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANG-4/13/2023 249 $198,18 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE US 286226 5/15/2023 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANC5/2/2023 251 $132.12 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE USE 286324 5/15/2023 PUBLIC SAFETY TESTING, 4/19/2023 2023-398 $2,915-00 PD-AG21-189 SUBSCRIBER AGREEME 286264 5/15/2023 KUSTOM SIGNALS INC, 2/1/2023 600442 $7,758.78 PD-DIRECTIONAL TALON STATIONAR 286264 5/15/2023 KUSTOM SIGNALS INC, 2/1/2023 600442 $783.64 Sales Tax 286207 5/15/2023 D J TROPHY, 5/9/2023 288783 $34.52 CD -BADGE 286215 5/15/2023 ELAVON INC, 4/30/2023 K3120100648 $10.866.96 FI-APRIL CITY HALL MERCHANT FE 286215 5/15/2023 ELAVON INC, 4/30/2023 K3120100649 $60-00 FI-APRIL FWCC MERCHANT FEES 286215 5/15/2023 ELAVON INC, 4/30/2023 K3120100650 $1,188.72 FI-APRIL DBC MERCHANT FEES 286192 5/15/2023 CITY OF SEATTLE. 4(7/2023 SU1008962 $1,900,00 PWST-GLOBAL POSITION 286215 5/15/2023 ELAVON INC, 4/30/2023 K3120100651 $250.90 FI-MAR MC MERCHANT FEES 286215 5/15/2023 ELAVON INC, 4/30/2023 K3120100792 $109 41 FI-MAR MC MERCHANT FEES 286235 5/15/2023 GLOBAL SPECTRUM L.P., 3/29/2023 0066727-IN $67,459 00 PAEC-VENUE INCENTIVE FEE MY BLDG PRMT ONBRD FEE $25.00 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $25.00 IT -ONLINE PERMITTING NATURAL GAS $113.36 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'2/15/2023 3837901 $113,36 PKM-01/23 31201 28TH AVE S M#2 NON GOVT DP SERVICES $21,108.71 286018 4/28/2023 GLOBAL DATA VAULT,LLC, 4/20/2023 9249293 $19,290,00 IT -BACKUP & DISASTER RECOVERY 286038 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIr3/31/2023 11013466 $505.45 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $528.35 IT-INTERNET SVCS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $21-97 IT-MNTHLY CHRGE EMAIL SVCS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $71.95 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $99 95 IT-INTERNET SVCS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $99 95 IT-INTERNET SVCS 286274 5/15/2023 LEXISNEXIS RISK, 4/30/2023 3094460323 $434.90 IT -SUBSCRIPTION CONTENT FEATUR Key Bank Page 25 of 76 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286211 5/15/2023 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 5/1/2023 57523559 $56.21 IT-05/23 MEDIA SERVICES OFFICE SUPPLIES $5,853.20 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $27 54 PW-CERTIFICATE HOLDERS 286086 4/28/2023 PRINTERY COMMUNICATION:3/29/2023 230117 $539.50 HR-BC IMPRINTS 285999 4/28/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/14/2023 2206742-0 $573.62 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 285999 4/28/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/12/2023 2206258-0 $9,23 IT -OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382872 '$74.86 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382874 $64.83 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382875 $33.62 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382876 $55.31 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382877 $76,45 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382878 $66.65 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382868 $79.51 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382870 $70.55 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382871 $13,99 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 285999 4/28/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/7/2023 2205366-0 $15.70 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $66.05 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $31.91 SWM-UNIFORM 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $46.16 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $15.20 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $58.39 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $222 64 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $657 30 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $18.68 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $29.52 IT -OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $176 14 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS Page 26 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmOuntGLTotal 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $36.98 FI-OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $21.54 CC -OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $11.47 CC -OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $53.29 CC -OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $23.37 CC -OFFICE SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $30.82 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $15 28 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLS 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $28.34 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $48,76 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $51.50 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $213.66 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $194 95 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $31 35 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $69 12 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $80,35 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $196.94 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-41 15 CD -REFUND SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-39.87 CD -REFUND SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $30.26 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $40.70 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $72.56 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $101.64 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $13.20 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 286207 5/15/2023 D J TROPHY, 5/3/2023 288760 $31.54 CD -NAME BADGE 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/28/2023 WAAUB95950 $62.16 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES- 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 5/8/2023 2211436-0 $213.51 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 27 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286300 5/15/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1-4/21/2023 310685141001 $16 89 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286300 5/15/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS L4/21/2023 310792313001 $16.70 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144029 $43 05 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144030 $33 98 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144031 $30.50 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144032 $167.98 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT/4/30/2023 3537144033 $21.74 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144034 $61 49 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286300 5/15/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1-2/28/2023 2983470873001 $29 51 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286300 5/15/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS L417/2023 307218148001 $119.63 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT14/30/2023 3527144027 $5228 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTf4/30/2023 3537144026 $4512 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286352 5/15/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT14/30/2023 3537144028 $6.35 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/25/2023 2208624-0 $20.32 CK-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286300 5/15/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1-2/28/2023 293470526001 $13.87 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/19/2023 2207465-0 $195 31 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/24/2023 2207465-1 $2 04 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/19/2023 2207486-0 $80 33 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/19/2023 2207537-0 $142 34 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/18/2023 2207223-0 $101 64 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/21/2023 2207223-1 $36.51 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES OPERATING RENTALS/LEASES $27,146.28 286033 4/28/2023 IRON MOUNTAIN INFORMATIC3/31/2023 HKDZ613 $2,630,42 CK-STORAGE SVC 286117 4/28/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 3/31/2023 PS-INV103048 $1,236,40 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 285987 4/28/2023 BALLI ROAD LLC, 4/1/2023 3907 $3,700.00 PD-AG23-027 SUBSTATION LEASE- 501230523 5/1/2023 TWIN LAKES PLAZA LLC, MAR5/1/2023 MAY 2023 $655,00 PD-AG21-136 TWIN LAKES SUBSTAT Key Bank Page 28 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $14.81 CK-SHREDDING SVC 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $93,24 CK-SHREDDING SVC 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $48.84 CK-SHREDDING SVC 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $35.52 CK-SHREDDING SVC 286252 5/15/2023 IRON MOUNTAIN INFORMATIC4/30/2023 HMKY042 $2.365.39 CK-STORAGE SVC 286170 5/15/2023 BALLI ROAD LLC, 5/1/2023 3935 $3,700.00 PD-AG23-027 SUBSTATION LEASE- 286361 5/15/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 4/3/2023 PS-INV103046 $6,333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 286381 5/15/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 5/4/2023 PS-INV103058 $6,333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA OTHER MISC REVENUE $1,405.21 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $50 30 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $1,128 87 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $226 04 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE $12,223.93 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $12.223 93 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES $43,163.24 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $30.00 HR-GIFT CARDS 285976 4/28/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 4/3/2023 13144-507823 $213.01 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $17.59 DBC-SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $17.05 DBC-BATTERIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - Fl, 4/28/2023 034004 $63.93 CD -TOWN HALL REFRESHMENTS 285986 4/28/2023 BACKFLOW APPARATUS & VA4/5/2023 207644 $487.47 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $73.98 PKM-HOLIDAY DECOR FOR TREE LIG 286006 4/28/2023 D J TROPHY, 4/20/2023 288690 $18.17 MO -NAME BADGE 286005 4/28/2023 D J TROPHY, 2/16/2023 288326 $1,695.73 MO -AWARD PRGM SUPPLS 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANT/3/31/2023 3534382869 $15.90 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286113 4/28/2023 SUPERIOR PRESS, 4/7/2023 4668393 $128.62 FI-DEPOSIT SLIP BOOK 286113 4/28/2023 SUPERIOR PRESS, 4/12/2023 4670124 $128.62 FI-DEPOSIT SLIP BOOK Key Bank Page 29 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invotce Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286113 4/28/2023 SUPERIOR PRESS, 4/12/2023 4670542 $628.63 FI-DEPOSIT SLIP BOOK 286006 4/28/2023 D J TROPHY, 4/19/2023 286688 $18.17 CC -NAME BADGE 286109 4/28/2023 STAPLES BUSINESSADVANTf3/31/2023 3534382873 $67.01 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $47.83 PARKS-WALMART-CU LTU RES & CRAFT 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $51.48 PARKS-WALMART-CULTURES & CRAFT 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $16.54 PARKS -TARGET -CULTURES & CRAFTS 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $2.38 PARKS-WALMART-CU LTU RES & CRAFT 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $14.30 PARKS-FRED MEYER-CULTURES & CR 286081 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FWCC, 4/28/2023 033992 $12 95 PARKS-LOWE'S-SAND FOR PUNCHING 286014 4/28/2023 EWING 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FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $51.80 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $40.72 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $30.76 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $144 46 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $120.00 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES Page 30 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmoiuntGL Total 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $156.34 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $262.04 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,208.90 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $4,290.00 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $107.90 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $41.84 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $53.81 PKM-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $263.12 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $397.84 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $114 40 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $41 29 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $77.06 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $44.54 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $79.26 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $30.82 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $45 13 DBC-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $24 10 PWST-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $100.44 PWST-ACQUIS LETTERS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $22.01 FLT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $22.01 FLT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $130.00 FLT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $10 00 HR-FISH TICKET WINNER 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $429 20 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $550.50 CD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $220.20 CD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $33.98 PD-OPER SUPPLIES Page 31 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $19 81 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $975.18 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $55 00 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $88 00 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $45.26 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $48.52 MO-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $154.00 MO-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $77.06 MO-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $53.39 MO-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $12.99 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $20.86 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $24.18 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $142.34 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-32.76 PARKS -REFUND 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $5.50 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $229 32 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $25 00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $325.00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $264 00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $124.08 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $126 00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $94 49 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $3,220 00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $22 44 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $12.47 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $469.30 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS Key Bank Page 32 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmouniCL Total 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $40 56 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $16.96 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $43.09 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $10.93 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $145 93 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $3.85 CC-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $409.57 FWCC-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $95.55 FWCC-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $7 70 FWCC-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $37.40 FWCC-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $271.31 FWCC-OPER SUPPLS 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $22.01 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $9.80 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $198.51 CD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $62.86 CD-OPER SUPPLIES 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $18.17 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $218.00 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS 286161 5/15/2023 AGRISHOP INC, 4/13/2023 69500/1 $257.65 PWST-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 286237 5/15/2023 GRAINGER INC, 4/21/2023 9682672093 $150,17 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 286234 5/15/2023 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL EQUIPM4/15/2023 120364244 $3,277.30 SWR-OPER SUPPLS 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $127.74 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $37.49 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $25,19 DELL ECOLOOP PRO BACKPACK - CP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $151.36 Sales Tax 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $1,308.25 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286197 5/15/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 4/19/2023 2207568-0 $24.39 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 33 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286372 5/15/2023 ULINE, 4/17/2023 162493128 $127.17 CD -EVIDENCE SUPPLIES 286219 5/15/2023 EVIDENT CRIME SCENE PRO14/26/2023 220440A $399-49 PD-EVIDENCE SUPPLIES 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $127.75 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $37 50 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $25,20 DELL ECOLOOP PRO BACKPACK - CP 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $151-37 Sales Tax 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/11/2023 10664861043 $5,155.88 IT -DELL PRECISION 7670 MOBILE 286367 5/15/2023 TOPCON SOLUTIONS INC, TO4/27/2023 INV236453 $1,193.20 PW/CD: SWRCXT0001-N- 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/19/2023 10666518318 $1.308.25 IT -DELL PRECISION 5470 BTX LAP 286323 5/15/2023 PRS GROUP INC, 4/24/2023 99741 $2,097.03 SWM-WASTE DISPOSAL 286237 5/15/2023 GRAINGER INC, 4/21/2023 9682646204 $18-98 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 286187 5/15/2023 CHEMSEARCH, 4f7/2023 8187369 $688.40 FLT-OPER SUPPLS 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/21/2023 WAAUB95829 $173.72 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286216 5/15/2023 EMERALD SERVICES INC, 4/18/2023 91652402 $210.10 FLT-MAINT SUPPLS OTHER TRAVEL EXPENSE $627.96 286246 5/15/2023 HONDA, SUSAN 5/9/2023 HONDA2023 $527-96 CC -TRAVEL EXPENSES PARKINGITOLLS $611.63 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $15.83 MO -PARKING FEES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $12.00 SWR-PARKING FEES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $30.00 DBC-PARKING 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $26-00 DBC-PARKING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $76-00 FWCC-SENIOR TRIP FERRY TOLL 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $5.50 PARKS -TOLL FEE 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $135 PARKS -TRIP PRKING 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $6,50 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $84-50 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $2.75 PD-TOLL FEES Key Bank Page 34 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $104.00 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $32 50 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $6.50 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $3 20 PD-TOLL FEES 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $91 00 PD-TOLL FEES 286169 5/15/2023 BALES, BRAD 4/12/2023 BALES 2023 $56.00 MC-ADV TVL DMCJA JUDICIAL 286269 5/15/2023 LARSON, DAVID A 4/12/2023 LARSON 2023 $56 00 rnaarv- I.Q. 286344 5/15/2023 SINDHU,SIMRAN 3/1/2023 80441 $3500 CD -REFUND PERMIT 80441 PD - CLAIMS AUTO 286130 4/28/2023 WA CITIES INSURANCEAUTH✓1/12/2023 15823 $2,694.00 RM-SALVAGED VEHICLE BUY BACK - 286286 5/15/2023 MONARCH COLLISION CENTE3/14/2023 1968 $6,260.94 LAW -BODY REPAIR FOR PD 6084 286356 5/15/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE14/11/2023 43835 $720.50 INSTALL NEW PUSH BUMPER ON PD PD - CLAIMS GUPL 286189 5/15/2023 CHRISTIE LAW GROUP, LLC, 5/1/2023 11076 $821.50 LAW-AG21-155 LEGAL SERVICES- 286189 5/15/2023 CHRISTIE LAW GROUP, LLC, 5/4/2023 11077 $20,459-50 LAW-AG21-155 LEGAL SERVICES — PER DIEM MEALS 285967 4/18/2023 HEWER, AMANDA 4/6/2023 HEWER 2023 $125 00 PD-ADV TVL SNUG CONF. 285974 4/28/2023 ADAMS. RICHARD 4/20/2023 ADAMS 2023 $200.00 PD-ADV TVL WHIA CONFERENCE 286095 4/28/2023 ROBERTSON, CODY 4/20/2023 ROBERTSON 2023 $200 00 PD-ADV TVL WHIA CONFERENCE 286004 4/28/2023 CUELLAR, RICARDO 4/20/2023 CUELLAR 2023 $375 00 PD-ADV TVL REIMB DARC LECTC -1 285989 4/28/2023 CABRERA,CHRISTOPHER 4/20/2023 CABRERA2023 $20000 PD-ADV TVL REIMB NAMOA 286037 4/28/2023 KEESE, EMMA 2/2/2023 KEESE 2023 $56.00 SWR-ADV TVL WA STATE RECYCLING 286026 4/28/2023 HOBDAY, REECE 4/19/2023 HOBDAY 2023 $56.00 SWR-ADV TVL WA STATE RECYCLING 286063 4/28/2023 MINION, COLLEEN 4/19/2023 MINION 2023 $56 00 SWR-ADV TVL RECYCLING CONF. 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $92 15 PWST-FOOD FOR OVERNIGHT CREW 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $41.72 SWM-NEW HIRE LUNCH 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $49.92 SWM-NEW EE LUNCH $35.00 $9,676.44 $21,281.00 $3,220.35 Page 35 of 76 Key Bank Check Flo. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL local 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $140 76 CC -SISTER CITY TRIP 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $30 00 MOED-MEM MTG 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $30 00 MOED-MEM MTG 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $22.55 MO -GOOD EGGS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $7.50 MO -SISTER CITY TRIP 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $70 38 MO -SISTER CITY TRIP 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $40 37 MO -SISTER CITY TRIP 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $60.00 MO-MEM MTG 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $55,00 MO-MEM MTG 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $60 00 MO-MEM MTG 286169 5/15/2023 BALES, BRAD 4/12/2023 BALES 2023 $82.00 MC-ADV TVL DMCJA JUDICIAL 286269 5/15/2023 LARSON, DAVIDA 4/12/2023 LARSON 2023 $30.00 MC-ADV TVL DMCJA JUDICIAL 286208 5/15/2023 DAVIS, ERIC 5/8/2023 DAVIS 2023 $250.00 PD-USE OF FORCE INSTRUCTOR 286337 5/15/2023 SCHMIDT, KEITH 5/8/2023 SCHMIDT 2023 $250.00 PD-USE OF FORCE INSTRUCTOR 286282 5/15/2023 MCNEILL, JENNIFER 5/8/2023 MCNEILL2023 $275.00 PD-WSCPA CONF. REIMB 286258 5/15/2023 KENNEDY, JASON 5/1/2023 KENNEDY 2022 $45.00 PWTR-ADV TVL REIMB NCUTCD ANNU 286270 5/15/2023 LARSON, JARRED 5/9/2023 LARSON 2023 $132.00 SWM-SNOW CONFERENCE 286294 5/15/2023 NEIFFER, GARY 5/9/2023 NEIFFER 2023 $132.00 SWM-SNOW CONFERENCE 286254 5/15/2023 JENKINS, ZOE 5/10/2023 JENKINS 2023 $56.00 HR-AWC LRI CONF PLUMBING PERMITS $182.75 286049 4/28/2023 KLIEMANN BROTHERS HTG &3/29/2023 23-101525 $182.75 CD-23-101525 PERMIT REFUND POSTAGE/DELIVERY SERVICES $2,480.28 286083 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873103 $650.74 FI-OFFICESUPPLIES 286084 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873104 $72.83 FI-PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 286083 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873103 $443.69 FI-OFFICE SUPPLIES 286084 4/28/2023 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SV4/1/2023 1022873104 $49.66 FI-PITNEY COWES POSTAGE DEPOSI 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $55.34 PD-POSTAGE Key Bank Page 36 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $186.89 P D-POSTAG E 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $66 68 PD-POSTAGE 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38.60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $8.25 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38.60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $19.30 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $28.95 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $36.60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38.60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $9.65 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $28 95 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $9 65 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $28.95 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $48.25 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38 60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $48.25 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $9.65 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $38.60 CD -PASSPORTS MAILING 286370 5/15/2023 U S 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FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $60.46 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $45 76 PKM-KEYS 286074 4/28/2023 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS, 4/1212023 3710-173090 $659 PKM-SUPPLIES Page 44 of 76 Key Bank Check No_ Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286123 4/28/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4114/2023 290635 $469.86 PKM-SUPPLIES 286074 4/28/2023 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 4/14/2023 3710-173350 $10.28 PKM-SUPPLIES 286024 4/28/2023 HD SUPPLY CONST SUPPLY 1-1/25/2023 10017468688 $44.03 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286016 4/28/2023 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IM/4/2023 1423532 $101 34 PKM-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 286034 4/28/2023 JENNINGS EQUIPMENT INC, 4/5/2023 41514P $24.29 PKM-MAINT SVC 285978 4/28/2023 AGRISHOP1NC, 4/5/2023 69449/1 $9821 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 286056 4/28/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/12/2023 09094 $22 61 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286014 4/28/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/12/2023 19080219 $241.53 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286027 4/28/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;12/29/2022 4904207 $21 63 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 286027 4/2812023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;12/29/2022 4904214 $27 41 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 286056 4/28/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 414/2023 10959 $23.58 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 286027 4/28/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/14/2023 8283892 $34,03 CHB-REPAIRIMAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 286056 4/28/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/18/2023 22376 $125.33 CHB-MAINT SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $52.84 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $143.34 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 503239491 513/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $10 95 DBC-MAINT SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4120/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $21.56 DBC-MAINT SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $13 94 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,150 49 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $22.00 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $15.39 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $18.68 IT-OPER SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $40.73 PKM-MAINT SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $742.12 PWST-OPER MAINT 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $14.93 SWM-MAIN SUPPLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,362.84 FLT-MAINT. Page 45 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $158.38 FLT-MAINT. 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $105 68 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $23 55 FWCC-MAINT SUPPLS 286303 5/15/2023 ORCA PACIFIC INC, 5/1/2023 INV0603826 $1,337.66 PARKS -POOL CHEMICALS AG 17-002 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/25/2023 WAAUB95889 $124.96 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES- 286163 5/15/2023 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 4/24/2023 TM-215805 $713.10 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 286163 5/15/2023 ALPINE PRODUCTS INC, 4/25/2023 TM-215813 $303.27 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 286245 5/15/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/10/2023 2520596 $48.36 PKM-REPAIRIMAINT SUPPLIES 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/11/2023 23523 $198 84 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/13/2023 290567 $15.40 PKM-SUPPLIES 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/28/2023 19245271 $244.20 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286161 5/15/2023 AGRISHOP INC, 4/28/2023 69590/1 $21.09 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 286165 5/15/2023 AMB TOOLS & EQUIPMENT, A14/28/2023 T333361 $291.18 PKM-TOO LS/EQUIPMENT 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-5/l/2023 19262755 $31&65 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286237 5/15/2023 GRAINGER INC, 5/2/2023 9694189862 $255.10 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/14/2023 09384 $41,79 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/18/2023 19139843 $559.58 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/19/2023 291394 $603.07 PKM-SUPPLIES 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 5/3/2023 02506 $107.09 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-5/3/2023 19288678 $100-39 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 5/4/2023 294076 $33.00 PKM-SUPPLIES 286221 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-5/5/2023 19316432 $299 11 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 5/5/2023 294212 $19 80 PKM-SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 5/8/2023 264691 $37.78 PKM-SUPPLIES 286195 5/15/2023 COASTAL FARM & HOME SUP4/24/2023 4993 $22.56 PKM-OPER SUPPLIES 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/25/2023 19200102 $12.62 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 46 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/25/2023 292402 $15 39 PKM-SUPPLIES 286245 5/15/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/19/2023 3623235 $24.19 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286220 5/15/2023 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUC-4/20/2023 19165617 $8.30 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/20/2023 22284 $100 28 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 4/20/2023 291530 $22 00 PKM-SUPPLIES 286369 5/15/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/20/2023 291584 $12.31 PKM-SUPPLIES 286304 5/15/2023 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS, 4/21/2023 3710-174399 $140 95 PKM-MAINT PARTS 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 5/4/2023 61402 $103.93 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES $9,327.76 285976 4/28/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 3/28/2023 13144-507264 $63 18 FLT-MAINT PARTS 285976 4/28/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 3/29/2023 13144-507317 $141 79 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286055 4/28/2023 LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT INC4/812023 35252178 $348 46 FLT-OPER SUPPLIES 286027 4/28/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250074/12/2023 0622099 $69 23 FLT-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 285976 4/28/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 4/12/2023 13144-508725 $1320 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286057 4/28/2023 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP4/13/2023 FICS2277788 $293.84 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286074 4/28/2023 O'REILLYAUTO PARTS, 4/14/2023 2509-117506 $15.85 FLT-SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $64.00 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $12.06 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $118.78 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $44.03 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $36.32 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $511.20 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $187.11 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,044.70 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,044.70 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $-417.88 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS Key Bank Page 47 of 76 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $245.61 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $71.55 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $109.89 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $45.04 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $62.46 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $38.18 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $866.61 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $1,426 88 PKM-REPAIR PARTS 420233793 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PD VISA $41.82 PD REPAIR PARTS 286335 5/15/2023 SCARFF FORD, 4/12/2023 71591 $296.53 FLT-VEH MAINT SVC 286310 5/15/2023 PEAK INDUSTRIAL INC, PEAK4/21/2023 PSI-227344 $19629 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 286177 5/15/2023 BRIM TRACTOR COMPANY INu1/27/2023 IP32875 $75.56 FLT-REPAIR/MAINT SVC 286278 5/15/2023 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP4/28/2023 FICS2284433 $381,93 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286230 5/15/2023 FLEETPRIDE, 5/1/2023 107517916 $38.60 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT SUPPLIES 286278 5/15/2023 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP4/17/2023 FICS2278978 $177.72 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/17/2023 WAAUB95733 $92,22 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286158 5/15/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 5/1/2023 13144-510736 $34.29 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286168 5/15/2023 ARG INDUSTRIAL, 5/1/2023 T054723 $89.76 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 286158 5/15/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 5/2/2023 13144-510835 $31.97 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286292 5/15/2023 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 5/3/2023 118922 $34.31 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 286158 5/15/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 5/3/2023 13144-510936 $-31.97 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 5/3/2023 WAAUB96017 $15.02 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES- 286168 5/15/2023 ARG INDUSTRIAL, 4/20/2023 T054424 $434.68 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 286231 5/15/2023 FLOYD EQUIPMENT COMPAN4/25/2023 469263 $190 30 FLT-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286292 5/15/2023 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 4/27/2023 118373 $40 41 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 286158 5/15/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 4/18/2023 13144-509362 $10.00 FLT-MAINT PARTS Page 48 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor invoice Date Invoice Description AmauntGL Total 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/19/2023 WAAUB95775 $38.03 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286222 5/15/2023 FASTENAL, 4/19/2023 WAAUB95778 $8.48 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286291 5/15/2023 NAPA AUTO PARTS, 4/20/2023 117761 $21 44 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 286291 5/15/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 4/20/2023 117765 $230 81 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 286168 5/15/2023 ARG INDUSTRIAL, 4/20/2023 T052460 $42276 FLT-REPAIR PARTS REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE $155,780.92 286002 4/28/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 3/30/2023 INV2624802 $574-88 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286001 4/28/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 3/30/2023 INV2624803 $550.82 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286058 4/28/2023 MACMOR INC, 4/6/2023 17703 $4,207.54 SWR-AG17-107 LANDSCAPE MAINT 286038 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIE3/31/2023 125747-125747 $542.38 SWM-RSD #125747-125747 286001 4/28/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 3/31/2023 INV2632462 $193,15 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (3/30/2023 1-49385 $1,516.14 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (3/30/2023 149400 $2.231.96 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (3/30/2023 1-49483 $108.36 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (3/30/2023 1-49486 $866.00 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (3131/2023 1-49360 $894-89 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (3/31/2023 1-49361 $4,222.32 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286116 4/28/2023 TAC-SOUTH BOUND HONDA, 4/5/2023 57401 $519.10 PD-MAINT & REPAIR SVCS 286088 4/26/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 4/5/2023 60990 $220.20 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/6/2023 1-49549 $93.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/6/2023 1-49550 $48.94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/7/2023 1-49533 $5,118.40 PD-MONITORING SVC 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/7/2023 1-49553 $850.24 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (3/31/2023 149484 $593.21 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/1/2023 1-49472 $1,144.45 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/3/2023 1-49513 $389-15 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 49 of 76 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/3/2023 1-49523 $176.07 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (4/5/2023 1-49541 $193.46 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286114 4/28/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFEl4/5/2023 5085948 $198.89 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286013 4/28/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 1/6/2023 M-20797 $966 13 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/3/2023 1-49517 $290.90 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286106 4/28/2023 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 4/7/2023 6005-2157105 $1,194.12 FLT-VEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/8/2023 1-49563 $11464 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/8/2023 1-49564 $102.32 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/8/2023 1-49565 $102 32 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/15/2023 1-49582 $1,305 91 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/15/2023 1-49608 $150.59 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (40/2023 1-49556 $88 55 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286088 4/28/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 4/7/2023 61052 $176 16 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286088 4/28/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 4/11/2023 61063 $176.16 PD-VEHICLE CLEANING SVC 286088 4/28/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 4/11/2023 61064 $385.35 PD-VEHICLE CLEANING SVC 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/15/2023 1-49610 $340.70 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286123 4/28/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/11/2023 290255 $33.02 FLT-SUPPLIES 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/12/2023 1-49584 $151,27 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286027 4/28/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;11/28/2022 5901355 $300.00 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286027 4/28/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;11 /29/2022 4901501 $-300.00 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286107 4/28/2023 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 4/6/2023 5087411 $133.22 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 286137 4/28/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/10/2023 727381 $104.90 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286137 4/28/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/1212023 727463 $148.56 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286107 4/28/2023 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 4/13/2023 5087368 $78.72 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL 286137 4/28/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/19/2023 738416 $30.83 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286137 4/28/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/19/2023 738417 $296.83 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC Page 50 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286001 4/28/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 3/31/2023 INV2632462 $1,110.61 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286103 4/28/2023 SMS CLEANING, 4/18/2023 FEDWAY-0423 $11,984.04 CHB-AG20-022 JANITORIAL SVC 286119 4/28/2023 THOMPSON ELECTRICAL, C04/5/2023 423-18149C $627.13 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SVCS 286001 4/28/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 3/31/2023 INV2632462 $1,110,61 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286108 4/28/2023 STAGECRAFT INDUSTRIES IN3/31/2023 00002031 $1,400.00 DBC-STAGE RIGGING INSPECTION 286028 4/28/2023 HTR GLASS & CONSTRUCTIO417/2023 23003-2 $5,458 76 DBC-AG20-018 DOOR & WINDOW MAI 286121 4/28/2023 TOTAL LANDSCAPE CORPOR)3/31/2023 90759 $1,109.81 DBC-AG19-224 LANDSCAPE MAINT S 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $2 73 IT -MINOR EQUIP 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $240.18 IT -MINOR EQUIP 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $27,51 IT -MINOR EQUIP 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $55.00 IT -MINOR EQUIP 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $3,252.35 SWM-REPAIR SVCS 286161 5/15/2023 AGRISHOP INC, 4/25/2023 69553/1 $313.92 SWM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286245 5/15/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;12/20/2022 3083343 $22.91 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIE 286245 5/15/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007;1/11/2023 1090530 $50.26 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIE 286157 5/15/2023 ACTION SERVICES CORPORA2/2/2023 115005 $1,032 21 SWM-VACTOR & INFASTRUCTURE MAI 286260 5/15/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:11/30/2022 123163-123163 $666 45 SWM-RSD FW PJ#123163-123163 286281 5/15/2023 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 2/28/2023 264336 $14,424.61 SWM-AG23-008 2023 STREET SWEEP 286203 5/15/2023 CORE & MAIN LP, 3/30/2023 S582861 $1.167.07 SWM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286281 5/15/2023 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 3/31/2023 264337 $10,906.91 SWM-AG23-008 2023 STREET SWEEP 286377 5/15/2023 UTILITIES UNDERGROUND, 4/30/2023 3040154 $522.45 SWM-LOCATING SVC AG13-018- 286297 5/15/2023 NORSTAR INDUSTRIES INC, 2f7/2023 60806 $1,013.39 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286386 5/15/2023 WASHDUP, LLC, 3/31/2023 578 $15.98 PD-MARCH CAR WASH SERVICE 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/22/2023 1-49666 $188.54 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286177 5/15/2023 BRIM TRACTOR COMPANY IN(4/22/2023 SP03536 $2,003.46 FLT-REPAIR/MAINT SVC 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4129/2023 1-49718 $62.71 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT Page 51 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmounFGLTotal 286278 5/15/2023 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP5/2/2023 FIWO2292849 $1,801.02 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286278 5/15/2023 MACHINERY POWER & EQUIP5/2/2023 FIWO2292850 $821.61 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286336 5/15/2023 SCARFF FORD, 2/2/2023 66890 $75.95 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286386 5/15/2023 WASHDUP, LLC, 3/31/2023 577 $230.10 PD-MARCH CAR WASH SERVICE 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/20/2023 1-49647 $13,33 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286172 5/15/2023 BEN-KO-MATIC CO, OWEN EQ4/26/2023 00110399 $2,088.93 FLT-MAINT & REPAIR SVCS 286305 5/15/2023 OSW EQUIPMENT & REPAIR L4/26/2023 525824 $228.82 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 286307 5/15/2023 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 4/26/2023 6604771 $1,895 08 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 286158 5/15/2023 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS, 4/27/2023 13144-510313 $9.71 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/5/2023 M-22807 $600 99 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/6/2023 1-49770 $179.78 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/6/2023 1-49771 $102.32 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/6/2023 149772 $62.71 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (5/6/2023 1-49773 $13.76 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286317 5/15/2023 PIRTEK KENT, 4/19/2023 KE-T00012674 $368.32 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/5/2023 1-49757 $409.54 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (5/5/2023 1-49769 $13 76 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/5/2023 M-22802 $170 54 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/5/2023 M-22803 $170 54 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/5/2023 M-22804 $126.62 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/5/2023 M-22806 $126 62 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286218 5/15/2023 EQUIPMENT EXPERTS INC, 5/2/2023 M-22728 $1,481.41 FLT-MAINT SERVICE 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (4/19/2023 1-49632 $302.08 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/19/2023 1-49640 $1,930.52 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286253 5/15/2023 J & D'S HYDRAULIC & REPAIR5/3/2023 43591 $3,265.57 FLT-MAINT PARTS 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/412023 1-49746 $258,58 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 52 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (5/512023 1-49705 $13 76 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286349 5115/2023 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 4/26/2023 6005-4984310 $1,197 22 FLTVEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 286181 5/15/2023 CAR WASH ENTERPRISES, 4/17/2023 MARCH 2O23 $564.00 PD-MARCH 2O23 VEHICLE WASHES 286213 5115/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (4/18/2023 1-49595 $837 89 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286320 5/15/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 4/19/2023 61083 $176.16 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/20/2023 1-49629 $1,299.71 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/21/2023 1-49653 $102.37 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (4/12/2023 1-49589 $48 94 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286349 5/15/2023 SPEEDY GLASS - TACOMA, 5/4/2023 6005-2162460 $609.76 FLT VEHICLE WINDSHIELD REPAIR 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/14/2023 1-49596 $1,801.16 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/14/2023 1-49597 $547,29 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (4/15/2023 1-49606 $137.97 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/17/2023 1-49617 $1,093.78 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/11/2023 1-49569 $327.72 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/22/2023 1-49663 $304.29 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286213 5/15/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/24/2023 1-49673 $71.01 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286356 5/15/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE14/28/2023 43467 $720.50 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286356 5/15/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE14/28/2023 43471 $3,465.96 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 286356 5/15/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE14/26/2023 43987 $51.98 PD-VEH MAI NT SVC 286279 5/1512023 MACMOR INC, 5/3/2023 17818 $5.758.32 PWST/SWR-LANDSCAPE MAINTAGI7- 286229 5/15/2023 FLAGS A' FLYING LLC, 4/10/2023 98237 $154.20 PWST-FLAGS/ACCESSORIES 286279 5/15/2023 MACMOR INC, 5/3/2023 17818 $13,699.37 PWST/SWR-LANDSCAPE MAINTAGI7- 286201 5/15/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 5/1/2023 INV2639849 $1,113.07 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 286167 5/15/2023 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 1/18/2023 2661219 $109.82 IT-01/23 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDE 286167 5/15/2023 ARC DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS2/20/2023 12007505 $109.82 IT-02/23 MPS PLOTTER WORK ORDE 286350 5/15/2023 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 4/5/2023 5085948 $125.11 DBC-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL Key Bank Page 53 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286309 5/15/2023 PATRIOT FIRE PROTECTION 114/26/2023 1325003CO $638.58 DBC-ANNUAL MAINT SVC 286248 5/15/2023 HURLEY ENGINEERING COMF4/14/2023 56258 $1,879 03 DBC-REPAIR BOILER 286309 5/15/2023 PATRIOT FIRE PROTECTION 114/19/2023 163370M $554.90 DBC-ANNUAL MAINT SVC 286339 5/15/2023 SECURITAS TECHNOLOGY CC3/27/2023 6003288798 $909 27 CHB-MAINT SVCS 286202 5/15/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 12/23/2022 INV2578276-1 $1,355 56 IT -FIELD INSTALL PACKING- 286202 5/15/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 12/23/2022 INV2578276-1 $136.91 Sales Tax 286211 5/15/2023 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 5/1/2023 57523559 $56.20 IT-05/23 MEDIA SERVICES 286245 5/15/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-2500712/29/2022 4904212 $-21.63 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 286302 5/15/2023 OLSON BROTHERS PRO-VAC4/27/2023 177902 $4,882.39 PKM-HYDRO EXCAVATE 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/21/2023 738463 $41.40 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286359 5/15/2023 TERMINIX, 4/19/2023 432463226 $242.22 PKM-PEST CONTROL 286363 5/15/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTER PR14/28/2023 12081 $1,128.53 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVCAGREEMEN 286363 5/15/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTER PR14/28/2023 12082 $1,541.40 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVCAGREEMEN 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738456 $92 99 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738422 $62 94 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738423 $7769 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738425 $51 03 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738426 $83.07 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738429 $87.61 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286391 5/15/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V4/20/2023 738455 $87.32 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 286359 5/15/2023 TERMINIX, 4/17/2023 432396637 $109.18 FWCC-PEST CONTROL ROAD SVCS/PERMITS-INTGVT 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 302104918602 $6.20 PWST-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286260 5/15/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI:3/31/2023 125658-125704 $58,491 78 PWTR-RSD PJ#125658-125704 SALES TAX PAYABLE 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $0 91 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4127/2023 601-223-538 $1,102 68 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX $58,497.98 $1,103.59 Page 54 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total SALES TAX PAYABLE-RECREAT $8,162.30 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $198 85 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $7,96345 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX SBCC SURCHARGE $5,902.95 286384 5/15/2023 WASTATE-STATE REVENUES,5/10/2023 APRIL2023 $5,902.95 FI-04/23 STATE PORTION REMIT F SEWER BILLINGS $582.76 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2426304 $42.32 CHB-02/23 2141 314 ST. S. #221 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/7/2023 3671801 $95.60 PKM-02/23 31600 20TH AVE S. 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2023 PRO VISA $292.30 PKM-MINOR EQUIP 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $208.71 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $23 10 PKM-SMALLTOOLS 420234759 5/5/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 CITY VISA $-55.04 MOED-REFUND 286367 5/15/2023 TOPCON SOLUTIONS INC, TO4/27/2023 INV236453 $1,193.19 PW/CD: SWRCXT0001-N- 286210 5/15/2023 DELL MARKETING LP, 4/27/2023 10668260042 $4,814 91 IT -DELL LATITUDE 5440 XCTO BAS SMALL TOOLS - SHOP $1,648.02 286056 4/28/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/10/2023 01381 $5222 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286123 4/2812023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 4/11/2023 290200 $30.81 PKM-SUPPLIES Page 55 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $191.52 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $135.91 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $291.86 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $552.57 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $143.85 FWCC-OPER SUPPLIES 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $44.55 PKM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $13.18 SWM-SMALL TOOLS 503239491 5/3/2023 US BANK, 4/20/2023 MAR 2023 PRO VISA $14.28 PKM-SMALLTOOLS 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 4/26/2023 09242 $114.52 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 286276 5/15/2023 LOWE'S HIW INC, 5/5/2023 02911 $62,75 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES STATE COVID -19 GRANT TRUCK $123.50 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $61 75 FI-LICENSE PLATE 286080 4/28/2023 PETTY CASH - FI, 4/28/2023 034004 $61.75 FI-LICENSE PLATE STATE COVID-19 GRANT BUSIN REIME $2,352.50 286138 4/28/2023 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 4/20/2023 9017473281 $1,176 64 PKM-AG22-062 RENTALAGREEMENT 286392 5/15/2023 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC, 4/21/2023 9017484970 $1.175.86 PKM-AG22-062 RENTALAGREEMENT STONE & GRAVEL $493.42 286275 5/15/2023 LLOYD ENTERPRISES INC, 4/17/2023 3332816 $493.42 PKM-ROCK TAXES/ASSESSMENTS-INTERGOVT $57,314.0 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $13.326.61 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $-13,326.61 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $5,207.14 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 119600033201 $6.58 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 921152058001 $6.30 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 921152060007 $6.23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926910007000 $6.46 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926975092004 $6.31 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIkU26/2023 941269008004 $6.31 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Page 56 of 76 Key Bank Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 947760008005 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 868040048001 $6.43 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4/26/2023 872450023009 $6 21 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 889420029007 $6.60 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 891420044002 $6 30 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 894720013008 $628 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 921151092001 $6 25 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW/26/2023 796820019001 $6.45 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 798280012005 $6.25 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 798380032002 $6.46 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 800200011008 $6.36 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 802950066000 $6.37 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 802950067008 $&36 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 750380038000 $6.23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4126/2023 757560070000 $6.39 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIVU2612023 757562078001 $6.63 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURYDI\4/26/2023 779645071001 $675 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 787630022004 $6.20 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 788878015007 $622 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4/26/2023 721266109009 $6 75 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 724290057004 $6.20 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 724290058002 $6 20 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 738700011005 $6 27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 742800043009 $6.26 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 750380037002 $6 45 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 667265053005 $6 24 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED Page 57 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 720440007006 $6 49 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 721265224007 $7 78 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY Dl\,4/26/2023 721265225004 $8 03 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY Dl\.4/26/2023 721265227000 $7 39 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 721265228008 $6.60 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 618143091006 $6 59 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 618143092004 $6.75 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 618150038007 $6.41 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 638515022009 $6.23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 640370052006 $6.46 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 667265052007 $6.71 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY Dl\,4/26/2023 609330007004 $6.23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 612500017001 $6.29 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 615100013007 $6.29 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 618140101006 $7.09 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 618141099001 $6 66 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 618142048007 $6.62 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 554760016002 $6.31 SWIM -1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 555700029005 $645 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 555960017005 $6.23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 555990019005 $6.38 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 556050043000 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 556050044008 $6.38 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 516210086000 $6 29 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 525980050005 $6.65 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542090011009 $6 24 SWIM -1ST HALF NOX WEED Key Bank Page 58 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542242088004 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542242089002 $6.28 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542350062007 $6.34 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795054004 $8.36 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795056009 $6.49 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 440670006004 $6.28 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 502945129000 $6 36 SWIM -1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 515330023000 $6.28 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 516200046006 $627 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416680044003 $6.43 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURYDI\4/26/2023 416680045000 $642 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795032000 $6.26 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795033008 $6.26 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795034006 $6.28 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416795035003 $6.26 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 322104904907 $10.16 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 322104905508 $6-92 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 322104914104 $8.56 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 327905020001 $6.48 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 337530071006 $6•154 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 40332501405 $6-26 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 302104917703 $6.81 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 304020005506 $6.36 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 304020006009 $6.43 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 306560052004 $6.36 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 308900022507 $7-20 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED Page 59 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 321165023003 $6.36 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW/26/2023 292104915908 $6 93 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 294450073001 $6.32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 294450074009 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 294451031008 $6.27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 302104913207 $7.45 SWIM -1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW26/2023 302104917604 $6.34 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIVI/26/2023 292104908002 $9 01 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104909000 $8.32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104910305 $9 08 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104911204 $6 64 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY Dl\.4/26/2023 292104911808 $10 93 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915809 $7.04 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 255700096001 $6.32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 279150057008 $6 34 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI%4/26/2023 286730036006 $6.59 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 286850008009 $6 33 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW/26/2023 290931021007 $6.47 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104902104 $13 28 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW26/2023 241260015003 $6 25 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 241330110008 $6 27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 242103904403 $6.40 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 242103907000 $6 27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 242103911408 $6.39 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 252103904204 $6 32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIkU26/2023 113780048006 $6.64 SWMAST HALF NOX WEED Page 60 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 202104912102 $6 83 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI44/26/2023 211551063004 $6 34 SWIM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4/26/2023 211570027006 $6 27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4/26/2023 211572058009 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 214121013004 $628 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED' 288048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 092104928004 $6.54 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 092104930307 $6.48 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 111263029006 $9 57 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 111263030004 $6 40 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 112103902501 $10.40 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 112103902709 $10.40 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1\4/26/2023 005050011005 $6.22 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 029450021000 $6 33 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DM/26/2023 042104920006 $6.43 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 066231095002 $7.73 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIW26/2023 066231096000 $6.38 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 082104925407 $6.63 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 012103903907 $6 38 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 012103901901 $6.40 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 010451060007 $6 30 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 010450111009 $6 48 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 005070020002 $6.63 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 005050012003 $6.20 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189830032000 $6 30 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 189890033005 $6.32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189890034003 $6.31 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Key Bank Page 61 of 76 Check No_ Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 202100030008 $6.34 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300093009 $6 23 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 176110055009 $6 32 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 176110057005 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189545039001 $6.46 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189546046005 $6.41 SWM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189820014000 $6.92 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132173087009 $6.74 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132174090002 $6 71 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132174091000 $6.41 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132190023003 $6.28 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300089007 $6.76 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300089106 $6.62 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103904100 $7.56 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103904902 $10.11 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286046 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103915908 $6.26 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132103911104 $7.08 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132140099004 $6.27 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 132140100000 $6.82 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 952651070007 $6.20 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 957814046000 $6.30 SWIM -1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 957814047008 $6.24 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 957850118002 $6.40 SWM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 172104913808 $10,001.36 FWCC-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 012103904707 $22.22 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 012103900804 $11.99 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Key Bank Page 62 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 010920077004 $7 07 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 010453065004 $1047 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 010452035008 $6.34 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 010452034001 $7.40 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 202104901501 $95.23 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 182104905704 $246.43 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 186270047001 $11.55 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189831047007 $8 39 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4128/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 189860017004 $6 21 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4128/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 192104900308 $7,738 65 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 192104905000 $13.26 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 172104910309 $14 95 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 176110056007 $6 55 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 176150030508 $6 71 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 182104901109 $10 76 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 182104903600 $8.29 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 182104904103 $129.42 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 131000020001 $6.23 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DPA/26/2023 132103904307 $10.55 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300092001 $6.23 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300092100 $6.24 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 167300092209 $6.23 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 172104901407 $7,644,68 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600227506 $6.37 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600488504 $6.31 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600490005 $6.34 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Page 63 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Descriptlon AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103901601 $99 35 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103913606 $9 17 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 122103914604 $2,740 57 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 954280202001 $11.30 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 114001017002 $645 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 114001018000 $668 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600007205 $629 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600025702 $6 24 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 119600030900 $6 21 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926496101003 $13 02 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV1/26/2023 926500018003 $6 76 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926500019001 $6.76 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 926500019506 $628 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 926500029000 $4,771.99 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926975093002 $6,90 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926494118009 $7.34 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926494119007 $6.39 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926495112001 $7 32 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926495113009 $6 50 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926495114007 $6 26 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926496100005 $7.77 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926490231004 $9 09 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926491159006 $10.50 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926492115007 $7.42 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926492116005 $8.49 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926493100008 $13.85 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED Key Bank Page 64 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 926494117001 $9.73 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 921151091003 $7.08 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 921151093009 $6.21 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926470003001 $7 27 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN4/26/2023 926470004009 $7.75 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926470006004 $9.13 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 926470009008 $9 03 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 873219105004 $7 93 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 894430083002 ' $6 27 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 894430084000 $6 27 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 894500107509 $622 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 921150074000 $6 68 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 921150077003 $6 22 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 729805060005 $10 59 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 796820020009 $6.22 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 797820016203 $7.37 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 857500001006 $3.700 94 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 857500002004 $2,126 45 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 868040049009 $6 24 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 666491045009 $8 35 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY Dl\.4/26/2023 666491046007 $7.45 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 666491047005 $6 31 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 720560018007 $6 32 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DM/2612023 720582025006 $6.33 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 729802028005 $6 86 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 555730049007 $6.76 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Page 65 of 76 Key Bank Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 555732023000 $6.32 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 640370056007 $6.20 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 666490058003 $6 57 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 666490059001 $6 36 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 666491043004 $6 76 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 502946058000 $7.16 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4128/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 502946059008 $6.22 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 516210087008 $7 06 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542242090000 $7 25 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542242091008 $6.44 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 542350064003 $7.67 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 415920073004 $6 90 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 416730036009 $641 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 422280037009 $13 71 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 438800052005 $12.57 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 440561027002 $6 56 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 502860230007 $8 93 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 326080048001 $8 06 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 327900075000 $6 73 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 327900076008 $647 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 327900077006 $6.42 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 351800025006 $6.35 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 383300000502 $9 00 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 302104916309 $11.06 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/2812023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 306560051006 $8 51 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/2612023 321020053005 $6 55 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED Key Bank Page 66 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotat 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4126/2023 326070119002 $7.74 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 326080046005 $7.97 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 326080047003 $6,22 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915205 $629 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915403 $8.37 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915502 $8 89 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915601 $10 08 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915700 $24.84 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 302104903109 $6.43 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104905909 $7.34 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104906808 $7.29 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104907509 $6.43 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104908705 $9.25 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104915007 $7.57 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIV3/26/2023 292104915106 $11.50 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104901007 $1,380.51 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 292104901106 $6 86 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\4/26/2023 292104901304 $8 38 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIVI/26/2023 292104902302 $20 70 PKM-1 ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIVI/26/2023 292104904100 $7 00 PKM-1ST HALF NOX WEED 286048 4/28/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIl4/26/2023 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PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008' 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/1/2023 1-49510 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286008 4/28/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (4/4/2023 1-49514 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 286272 5/15/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \3/28/2023 37800635451 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286272 5/15/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \4/21/2023 37800639470 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 286272 5/15/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \4/25/2023 37800640091 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS 286061 4/28/2023 MCGINN, PATRICK 4/6/2023 09922000065439 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286029 4/28/2023 HUFNAGEL, THAI 4/6/2023 0992200076923 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286143 4/28/2023 YI, YOONSEONG 4/6/2023 0992200179495 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286072 4/28/2023 O'BYRNE, TODD 4/6/2023 0992200253365 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286199 5/15/2023 CONKLIN, CAROL 5/2/2023 0992200202032 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286328 5/15/2023 REBER, YONG R 5/2/2023 0992200371456 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL 286295 5/15/2023 NESS, JUDITH 5/2/2023 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286193 5/15/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (4/4/2023 3PU165 $2,623.95 Sales Tax 286193 5/15/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (4/11/2023 3PU170 $30.870-00 PPD-2023 FORD BRANCO SPORT 4X4 286193 5/15/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (4/11/2023 3PU170 $2,623.95 Sales Tax UNEMPLOYMENT SERVICES - CLAIMS $25,732.31 286382 5/15/2023 WA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEC3/31/2023 2023 UBI 601-223-538 $25,732 31 HR-UI TAX REIMB MAR 2023 UREA $27,154.85 286098 4/28/2023 SALT DISRIBUTORS INC, 4/21/2023 5385 $27,154 85 PWST-DRI-ROX (801120) - NW REG USE TAX PAYABLE $2,420.86 427233485 4/27/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART4/27/2023 601-223-538 $2,420 86 FI-03/23 REMIT SALES TAX WASTE DISPOSAL BILLINGS $7,076.10 285979 4/28/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERV15/31/2022 100-10016482 $432.53 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 285979 4/28/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVIS/5/2022 800-10095158 $118-23 SWR- COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATIO 285979 4/28/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI8/10/2022 800-10095333 $86 82 SWR- COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATIO 285979 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300-10113602 $96.41 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 286162 5/15/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI4/27/2023 300-10113604 $28-22 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 286162 5/15/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI5/1/2023 800-10095882 $177-60 PW- COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION WATER BILLINGS $4,921.52 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC417/2023 460602 $228.40 PKM-02/23 2645 312TH ST S #191 Key Bank Page 71 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 101 $30.02 PKM-02123 31132 28TH AVE S M#2 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2814401 $30 02 PKM-02123 2645 312TH IRR/ANNEX 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 822402 $459 94 PKM-02/23 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 824102 $185 74 PKM-02/23 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 286051 4128/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 888302 $41 87 PKM-02/23 31104 28TH AVE S M#2 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY 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M# 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 896402 $30.02 PKM-02/23 2410 312TH ST #22141 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 899802 $233 14 PKM-02/23 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/21/2023 3033601 $66 77 PKM-02/23 28159 24TH PL S M#MU 286115 4/28/2023 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 3/9/2023 100048250 $40 78 DBC-01/27/23-02/24/23 PUBLIC 286115 4/28/2023 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 4(7/2023 100048250 $48.51 DBC-2/25/23-03/27/23 PUBLIC 286115 4/28/2023 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 3/9/2023 100048250 $448.73 DBC-01/27/23-02/24/23 PUBLIC 286115 4/28/2023 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 4!7/2023 100048250 $533.90 DBC-2/25/23-03/27/23 PUBLIC 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3088801 $30.02 PWST-02/23 2000 312 ST S IRR M 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3200201 $30.02 PWST-02/23 32001 WEYERHAEUSER 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3642501 $30.02 PWST-02/23 30801 14TH AVE S M# 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3653601 $271 06 PWST-02/23 31114 28 AVE S M#20 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3657701 $30 02 PWST-02/23 1456 S 308TH ST 308 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3702201 $30.02 PWST-02/23 1119 S DASH POINT R 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/1412023 3791001 $30.02 PWST-02/23 2139 S 316TH #19211 286051 4/2812023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 835904 $57.20 PWST-02/23 2139 S 316TH #19211 Key Bank Page 72 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2426304 $185.74 CHB-02/23 2141 314 ST. S. #221 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 888103 $180.63 CHB-02/23 31132 28TH AVE S M#2 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2426604 $30.02 PAEC-02/23 2141 314 ST. S. IRR 286051 4/28/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2446104 $15 56 PAEC-02/23 2141 314 ST. S. #2 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 2322804 $1,064.22 PAEC 2/23 31510 20 AVE S. IRR 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'4/21/2023 3568001 $30.02 PWST-02/23 30399 PACIFIC HWY S 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'2/15/2023 3837901 $67 94 PKM-01/23 31201 28TH AVE S M#2 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 3837901 $133.63 PKM-02/23 31201 28TH AVE S M#2 286267 5/15/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC4/14/2023 924602 $30.02 PKM-02/23 2301 S 292ND ST IRR WITNESS FEESMUROR FEES 54046 4/18/2023 BARRETT, KELLY 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $9549 MC - JURY PAY 54068 4/18/2023 EATON, JAMES D. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $45 00 MC - JURY PAY 54088 4/18/2023 JACOT, CHRISTINE M. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $55.53 MC - JURY PAY 54078 4/18/2023 GRAHAM, WILLIAM FREDERIC1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $53 78 MC - JURY PAY 54103 4/18/2023 OAKMAN, COREY 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $1968 MC - JURY PAY 54059 4/18/2023 CONCANNON, LORETTA J. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $53 79 MC - JURY PAY 54121 4/18/2023 TAYLOR, RALPH G. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $41.70 MC - JURY PAY 54099 4/18/2023 MIETUS, JOHN C. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $35.85 MC - JURY PAY 54117 4/18/2023 SOWERS, MARCIA 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $55.53 MC - JURY PAY 54047 4/18/2023 BERGER-DAVIDSON, CAROL L1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $40 54 MC - JURY PAY 54060 4/18/2023 COPE, HOLLY AHN 1/12/2022 01/12/2022 $1910 MC - JURY PAY 54067 4/18/2023 DUNNACHIE, THOMAS YOUNC1112/2023 01/12/2023 $69.36 MC - JURY PAY 54128 4/18/2023 ZAHRLY, REBECCAANN 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $5904 MC - JURY PAY 54124 4/18/2023 VERBITSKY, GERALD LEE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $55 53 MC - JURY PAY 54057 4/18/2023 CLARK, LAURA B. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $53.78 MC - JURY PAY 54079 4/18/2023 GREENE, STEPHANIE R. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $74.04 MC - JURY PAY $3,631.32 Key Bank Page 73 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 54081 4/18/2023 HANSON, MARK R 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $52.02 MC - JURY PAY 54101 4/18/2023 NELSON, JOSHUAADAM 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $52.02 MC - JURY PAY 54109 4/18/2023 PERDUE, REBECCA NORENE 3/16/2023 01/27/2023 $19 10 MC - JURY PAY 54083 4/18/2023 HATTER, DONALD L 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $59 04 MC - JURY PAY 54122 4/18/2023 TORRALBA, GEORGE RALLOU/9/2023 02/09/2023 $38 19 MC - JURY PAY 54085 4/18/2023 HERNANDEZ-CALDERILLA, JA2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $5202 MC - JURY PAY 54093 4/18/2023 LAINEZ,GIANCARLO 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $2027 MC - JURY PAY 54125 4/18/2023 WARRINER-DURHAM, CHERY2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $37 02 MC - JURY PAY 54073 4/18/2023 FARRELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $74 04 MC - JURY PAY 54075 4/18/2023 FONDEN, RONALD G 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $59.04 MC - JURY PAY 54129 4/18/2023 ZUANICH, CAROL D 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $59.04 MC - JURY PAY 54082 4/18/2023 HARDMAN. CHERYL KAY 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $38.19 MC - JURY PAY 54074 4/18/2023 FOGLE, JESSE LEE 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $35.85 MC - JURY PAY 54080 4/18/2023 GUYMON, ALAINA L 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $38.20 MC - JURY PAY 54104 4/18/2023 OBI, PHILOMENA NKEIRU 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $30.00 MC - JURY PAY 54113 4/18/2023 REIMER, DAVID CHARLES 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $74.04 MC - JURY PAY 54048 4/18/2023 BERLAGE, HAKIE 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $52.02 MC - JURY PAY 54069 4/18/2023 EDWARDS, TONY 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $38.20 MC - JURY PAY 54110 4/18/2023 PETERSON, WARD 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $5&53 MC - JURY PAY 54096 4/18/2023 MARSHALL, JANICE L 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $62.55 MC - JURY PAY 54051 4/18/2023 BRAZEL, CHRISTINE 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $62.55 MC - JURY PAY 54054 4/18/2023 CARLSTON, KEEGAN DAVIS 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $19.68 MC - JURY PAY 54049 4/18/2023 BIRRITTIER, ANN MARIE 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $57.29 MC - JURY PAY 54077 4/18/2023 GRACE, ERIC LESTER 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $67.03 MC - JURY PAY 54100 4/18/2023 NEBRIL, ARISTOTLE RACHO 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $20.85 MC - JURY PAY 54050 4/18/2023 BLACK, MONTANATYRONE 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $48.51 MC - JURY PAY Key Bank Page 74 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 54091 4/18/2023 KING, RICHIEALAN 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $16.17 MC - JURY PAY 54066 4/18/2023 DOWLLAR, CHRISTOPHER 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19.10 MC - JURY PAY 54126 4/18/2023 WERTMAN, TRACY RAE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $15.00 MC - JURY PAY 54127 4/18/2023 WINTERS, JOHNNA LYNN 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $57.30 MC - JURY PAY 54064 4/18/2023 DIMILLE, MICHAEL WILLIAM 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $40,53 MC - JURY PAY 54044 4/18/2023 BARAW, JOSHUA DAYTON 2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $37.02 MC - JURY PAY 54072 4/18/2023 FABILLAR, CHAD ARNOLD OR2/9/2023 02/09/2023 $20.27 MC - JURY PAY 54107 4/18/2023 PEDRANTI, JASON D 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19.10 MC - JURY PAY 54097 4/18/2023 MCNEILL, PATRICIA DIANNE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19 68 MC - JURY PAY 54055 4/18/2023 CHANG, HAU-WEI 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $55 53 MC - JURY PAY 54102 4/18/2023 NGUYEN, MINH-TRUC H 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19.10 MC - JURY PAY 54065 4/18/2023 DIXON, KATHY RENEE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19.10 MC - JURY PAY 54119 4/18/2023 STEINCIPHER, JON KYRAN 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $50.28 MC - JURY PAY 54112 4/18/2023 REILLY, SHERI L 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $57 30 MC - JURY PAY 54106 4/18/2023 OTT, GEORGE THOMAS 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $55.53 MC JURY PAY 54114 4/18/2023 RIVERA, ANNA LIZA GRACE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $17.93 MC - JURY PAY 54098 4/18/2023 MERCADO OCHOA, CYNTHIA 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $17.93 MC - JURY PAY 54111 4/18/2023 RANTA, DULCIE G 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $18 51 MC - JURY PAY 54061 4/18/2023 CRAHAN, JANET MARIE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $18 51 MC - JURY PAY 54062 4/18/2023 CRAWFORD, GAVIN NATHANIf1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $19.68 MC - JURY PAY 54053 4/18/2023 CARAANG, JAN FROILAN DEV1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $34 68 MC - JURY PAY 54095 4/18/2023 LONG, LENORAJ. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $78.72 MC - JURY PAY 54118 4/18/2023 STAUSS, EILEEN M. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $33.51 MC - JURY PAY 54056 4/18/2023 CHO, JIN 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $30.00 MC - JURY PAY 54105 4/18/2023 OSULLIVAN, TINAARLENE 1/27/2023 01/27/2023 $19.10 MC - JURY PAY 54084 4/18/2023 HEATH, RHONDA R 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $41.70 MC - JURY PAY Key Bank Page 75 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 54070 4/18/2023 ELLISON, BONNIE RAE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $35.85 MC - JURY PAY 54090 4/18/2023 KENT, KRAIG AARON 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $59.04 MC - JURY PAY 54071 4/18/2023 ERICKSON, CHRISTOPHER PM/12/2023 01/12/2023 $37.02 MC - JURY PAY 54120 4/18/2023 STICKLER, QUENTIN B. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $18.51 MC - JURY PAY 54089 4/18/2023 KALLIO, DONALD RAY 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $40.53 MC - JURY PAY 54087 4/18/2023 HUDSON, KARMEN MARIE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $18 51 MC - JURY PAY 54058 4/18/2023 COLVIN, FAYE L 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $17 93 MC - JURY PAY 54043 4/18/2023 ASPLUND, KYLE JONAS 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $39,36 MC - JURY PAY 54115 4/18/2023 SESAY, OSMAN 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $37.02 MC - JURY PAY 54045 4/18/2023 BARRERA-RHODES,ALEXANCl/12/2023 01/12/2023 $59.04 MC - JURY PAY 54092 4/18/2023 KRAMER, TED J. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $83 40 MC - JURY PAY 54052 4/18/2023 CACHO, MIKE A. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $17 34 MC - JURY PAY 54116 4/18/2023 SMITH, BRANDY L. 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $20.85 MC -JURY PAY 54123 4/18/2023 VAN GERPEN, SCOTT 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $53.79 MC - JURY PAY 54063 4/18/2023 DE LEON, VERONICA GARCIA1/1212023 01/12/2023 $39 36 MC - JURY PAY 54094 4/18/2023 LEORNA, TROY MATTHEW 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $18 51 MC - JURY PAY 54076 4/18/2023 FULCHER, RYAN JOHN 1/12/2023 01/11/2023 $57 30 MC - JURY PAY 54086 4/18/2023 HORNUNG, CHRISTINE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $57.29 MC - JURY PAY 54130 5/15/2023 PERCIVAL, DIANE LEE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $39 36 MC - JURY PAY WKRS COMPENSATION/IND INS $85.13 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1ST QTR 2023 $4 03 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1ST QTR 2023 $13 90 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1 ST QTR 2023 $0.73 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1 ST QTR 2023 $24.34 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1 ST QTR 2023 $32.35 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS 286131 4/28/2023 WA STATE LABOR & INDUSTR4/25/2023 1 ST QTR 2023 $9 78 FI-1Q/23 L&I VOLUNTEER HOURS WORK RELEASE $11,388.00 Key Bank Page 76 of 76 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 1/31/2023 25354 $310.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 1/31/2023 25867 $210.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 1/31/2023 25885 $220.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 1/31/2023 25974 $96.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 285999 4/28/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 3/1/2023 48093 $5,068.00 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 285971 4/28/2023 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 3/1/2023 48093 $5,068.00 PD-HOME MONITORING SERVICES- 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 3/21/2023 25356 $200 00 PD-MONITORING SVC 286009 4/28/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, - 3/31/2023 26910 $216.00 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES Total $3,194,289.05 04/20/2023 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 04/01-04/15 $1,775,784.58 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 04116-04/30 $2,227,687.82 05/05/2023 $4,003,472.40 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: MICROSOFT ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT POLICY QUESTION: Should Council approve the 3-year Microsoft Enterprise Agreement with Insight Public Sector, Inc.? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director DEPT: Information Technology Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. City of Federal Way Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Renewal Quote 3. Sample Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed agreement. 2. Do not approve the proposed agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date APPROVAL: 1 1 /T Icm COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I n2ove t0 forN;ard the proposed agreement to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. " (Z3 �'T'-'�� \f LA 10 0 NL \ �L� - -Lo Committee Chair x T Committee Member Committee Vember PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Microsoft Enterprise Agreement with Insight Public Sector, Inc. and authorize the Mayor to execute said agreement. " BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances onto) ORDINANCE # REVISED— 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 20, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director SUBJECT: Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Financial Impacts: The Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) is split into three payments. The three payments are taken from 2023, 2024, and 2025 funds respectively. The total maximum cost to the City for the entire agreement is $625,825.69 inclusive of a 10.1% tax, per the attached quote. This quote is meant to show a maximum total estimated cost. The IT Department received an additional $60,000 in the 2023/2024 Adopted budget per a request to upgrade to Microsoft 365 for all City staff. The current allotted budget for Microsoft licenses in the IT Department's operating budget is $181,000 annually. There are several factors for the $82,825.69 delta between the 3-year operating budget and the maximum total contract cost explained below. IT will make a follow-up budget request if it is determined additional funding is needed. Background Information: The City has maintained an Enterprise Agreement (EA) with Microsoft since 2008. The EA provides licensing for all of the City's Microsoft software ranging from the Windows desktop operating system, Office productivity suite, Exchange/Outlook email system, SQL database and Windows Server platforms. The EA provides Software Assurance for licensed products which includes version upgrades to the latest release of the software. Based on the previous Enterprise Agreement in 2020, Microsoft has increased the prices of their products across the board on average of 6.64%, with some products such as Office increasing by 13.73% and Windows by 10.25%. Meanwhile, Microsoft is also pushing adoption to their Microsoft 365 (M365) cloud platforms, which include many additional features and licensing advantages over traditional on -premise licensing models. In the previous EA, executed in 2020, the City calculated a cost -saving measure to reduce overall physical device licenses to be more in line with total City FTE count. This was done in preparation for the transition to the M365 platform, which is licensed based on user, not device (PC, Laptop, tablet, etc.). A M365 user license can support multiple devices per user (up to five). Rev. 7/18 The City is at a point with software licensing where most things are transitioning to a "Software as a Service" or SaaS model, where customers lease the software and pay for it annually, rather than purchase a license and pay for support. This reduces upfront costs of acquiring the software; however, it drastically increases the operating cost to pay for the ongoing annual subscription. The M365 platform is no exception to this. The product began in the early 2010s and has evolved since. Federal Way chose not to early -adopt as it did not fit our budget model, nor did we have the business requirements to justify the additional subscription cost. Now in 2023, Microsoft is offering a very competitive product offering with the M365 platform, which exist in the Microsoft cloud, not in the City's data center. As the City staff become more mobile, the ability to have easy access to their email and files anywhere they go is an added benefit. In addition, the Microsoft Cloud provides virtually "unlimited" storage space, which the City does not have in its on -premise data center. There are other products such as SharePoint and Teams that come bundled with the M365 product suite. Although a backup environment is still required to protect data in the M365 cloud. Almost all of Federal Way's neighbors including Auburn, Kent, Renton, Tukwila, Kirkland, Redmond, Bellevue, and King County are on the M365 platform. As previously mentioned, the M365 platform is a subscription and is licensed based on a consumption model. The more licenses consumed, the greater the cost. The attached quote details an estimated maximum number of licenses, based on a March 2023 audit of licenses in use. This maximum number of licenses exceeds the allotted budget for the 2023/2024 Adopted IT operational budget. At the signing of the contract, not all M365 licenses will be purchased. As IT will deploy the M365 product in phases, the total Year One amount will not be reached. This will be in addition to the City's existing on -premise licenses that have already been purchased and currently only require a reduced "Software Assurance" payment to keep them current. Should the City increase staffing and licensing requirements, it is possible to add additional licenses as needed throughout the term of the agreement by performing a "True -Up" or simply adding more M365 licenses. Additionally, the City will be replacing 7-year old server equipment with new servers in 2023, and the new servers have more processor "cores" than the old ones. Microsoft licenses the Windows Server product based on "cores" and thus the City will need to purchase additional Windows Server Datacenter Core licenses. In the attached pricing quote, there is a "5% Add" for years two and three. This will be used similar to a contingency, where it will allow flexibility in this contract if the City needs to add additional licenses due to increased staff or other business needs. Any additions would need to be funded either through interdepartmental transfer or additional budget request. This Enterprise Agreement will be purchased from Insight Public Sector, Inc., an authorized Microsoft Reseller, which is selected based on the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Master Contract# 14922-03. Rev. 7/18 5/15/2023 Page 1 of 1 ILDs.i ghtF $ECT0 City of Federal Way Quotation: 0123-City of Federal Way1-MSEA-KJE Date: April 14, 2023 Enrollment: 53954359 Contract: CTR060025 / 14922-03 Insight Vend(SWV0015559 Part Number Item Name Quantity Unit Price Extended Price Enterprise Products W06-01072 Core CAL ALng SA Platform UCAL 405 $ 46.83 $ 18,966.15 269-12442 Office Professional Plus ALng SA Platform 405 $ 104.92 $ 42,492.60 KV3-00353 Win Enterprise Device ALng SA Platform 405 $ 46.59 $ 18,868.95 Additional Products 312-02257 Exchange Server Standard ALng SA 2 $ 128.15 $ 256.30 076-01912 Project Standard ALng SA 6 $ 129.01 $ 774.06 359-00792 SQL CAL ALng SA Device CAL 5 $ 37.78 $ 188.90 228-04433 SQL Server Standard ALng SA 1 $ 162.51 $ 162.51 7NQ-00292 SQL Server Standard Core ALng SA 2L 8 $ 649.06 $ 5,192.48 9EP-00208 System Center DC Core ALng SA 2L 8 $ 49.40 $ 395.20 9EN-00198 System Center Standard Core ALng SA 2L 8 $ 18.10 $ 144.80 D87-01159 Visio Professional ALng SA 7 $ 110.66 $ _ 774.62 77D-00111 Visual Studio Pro MSDN ALng SA 3 $ 309.00 $ 927.00 6VC-01254 Win Remote Desktop Services CAL ALng SA UCAL 100 $ 23.84 $ 2,384.00 9EA-00039 Win Server DC Core ALng LSA 2L 4 $ 295.63 $ 1,182.52 9EA-00278 Win Server DC Core ALng SA 2L 60 $ 126.68 $ 7,600.80 9EM-00270 Win Server Standard Core ALng SA 2L 136 $ 19.44 $ 2,643.84 Annual Subtotal: $ 102,954.73 Year One: 12 Months Part Number Item Name Quantity Term Price Extended Price Enterprise Products AAD-34698 M365 G3 Unified CAD GCC Sub User CCAL w/OPP 395 $138.54 $ 54,723.30 T134-00003 M365 G5 CAO Unified GCC Sub Add -on User CCAL Officf 10 $391.66 $ 3,916.60 AAD-34704 M365 G3 Unified FUSL GCC Sub Per User 45 $387.38 $ 17,432.10 Additional Products MQN-00001 Azure Active Directory Premium P2 GCC Sub Per User 10 $82.29 $ 822.90 DDI-000p1 Power BI Pro GCC Sub Per User 5 $91.34 $ 456.70 12 Month Subtotal: $ 77,351.60 Year One - Pre Tax: $ 180,306.33 Year Two - Pre Tax w/5% Add: $ 189,321.65 Year Three - Pre Tax w/5% Add: $ 198,787.73 3 Year Total Contract: $ 568,415.71 3 Year Total Contract w/10.1% Tax $ 625,825.69 Confidential. EA At Signing Thank you for the opportunity to quote. 1!4 Microsoft Volume Licensing Enterprise Agreement State and Local Not for Use with Microsoft Business Agreement or Microsoft Business and Services Agreement This Microsoft Enterprise Agreement ("Agreement") is entered into between the entities identified on the signature form. Effective date. The effective date of this Agreement is the earliest effective date of any Enrollment entered into under this Agreement or the date Microsoft accepts this Agreement, whichever is earlier. This Agreement consists of (1) these Agreement terms and conditions, including any amendments and the signature form and all attachments identified therein, (2) the Product Terms applicable to Products licensed under this Agreement, (3) the Online Services Terms, (4) any Affiliate Enrollment entered into under this Agreement, and (5) any order submitted under this Agreement. Please note: Documents referenced in this Agreement but not attached to the signature form may be found at htto://www.microsoft.com/iiceiisiiia/contracts and are incorporated in this Agreement by reference, including the Product Terms and Use Rights. These documents may contain additional terms and conditions for Products licensed under this Agreement and may be changed from time'to time. Customer should review such documents carefully, both at the time of signing and periodically thereafter, and fully understand all terms and conditions applicable to Products licensed. Terms and Conditions 1. Definitions. "Affiliate" means a. with regard to Customer, (i) any government agency, department, office, instrumentality, division, unit or other entity of the state or local government that is supervised by or is part of Customer, or which supervises Customer or of which Customer is a part, or which is under common supervision with Customer; any county, borough, commonwealth, city, municipality, town, township, special purpose district, or other similar type of governmental instrumentality established by the laws of Customer's state and located within Customer's sta jurisdiction and geographic boundaries -,and (iii) any other entity in Customer's state expressly to purchase under state contracts; provided purposes of this definition, be considered to N Affiliates; and 1 b. with regard to Microsoft, any legal under common ownership with Mic "Customer" means the legal entity that has "Customer Data" means all data, including to Microsoft by, or on behalf of, an Enrolled "day" means a calendar day, except fc(re;► "Enrolled Affiliate" means an entit into an Enrollment under thiaAgre t. sty the laws of Customer's state le and its Affiliates shall not, for of the federal government and its owns, that owns Microsoft, or that is this Agreement with Microsoft. sound, software, image, or video files that are provided and its Affiliates through use of Online Services. that specify "business day". stomer or any one of Customer's Affiliates that has entered EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 1 of 11 Document X20-10210 "Enrollment" means the document that an Enrolled Affiliate submits under this Agreement to place orders for Products. "Enterprise" means an Enrolled Affiliate and the Affiliates for which it is responsible and chooses on its Enrollment to include in its enterprise. "Fixes" means Product fixes, modifications or enhancements, or their derivatives, that Microsoft either releases generally (such as Product service packs) or provides to Customer to address a specific issue. "License" means the right to download, install, access and use a Product. For certain Products, a License may be available on a fixed term or subscription basis ("Subscription License"). Licenses for Online Services will be considered Subscription Licenses. "Microsoft" means the Microsoft Affiliate that has entered into this Agreement or an Enrollment and its Affiliates, as appropriate. "Online Services" means the Microsoft -hosted services identified as Online Services in the Product Terms. "Online Services Terms" means the additional terms that apply to Customer's use of Online Services published on the Volume Licensing Site and updated from time to time. "Product" means all products identified in the Product Terms, such as all Software, Online Services and other web -based services, including pre-release or beta versions. "Product Terms" means the document that provides information about Microsoft Products and Professional Services available through volume licensing. The Product Terms document is published on the Volume Licensing Site and is updated from time to time. "SLA" means Service Level Agreement, which specifies the minimum service level for Online Services and is published on the Volume Licensing Site. "Software" means licensed copies of Microsoft software identified on the Product Terms. Software does not include Online Services, but Software may be part of an Online Service. "Software Assurance" is an offering by Microsoft that provides new version rights and other benefits for Products as further described in the Product Terms. "Trade Secret" means information that is not generally known or readily ascertainable to the public, has economic value as a result, and has been subject to reasonable steps under the circumstances to maintain its secrecy. "use" or "run" means to copy, install, use, access, display, run or otherwise interact. "Use Rights" means, with respect to any licensing program, the use rights or terms of service for each Product and version published for that licensing program at the Volume Lo&sing Site and updated from time to time. The Use Rights include the Product -Specific License Ter he License Model terms, the Universal License Terms, the Data Protection Terms, and the ❑ al Terms. The Use Rights supersede the terms of any end user license agreement (on-! '*al that accompanies a Product. 4 qJ_ "Volume Licensing Site" means htt ;//www.microsoft.com/li Nzontracts or a successor site. 2. How the Enterprise program s0 a. General. The Enterprise progr con is of the terms and conditions on which an Enrolled Affiliate may acquire Product X. ses. nder the Enterprise program, Customer and its Affiliates may order Licenses f9f9kdcts by entering into Enrollments. b. Enrollments. The Enterp ' am gives Customer and/or its Affiliates the ability to enter into one or more Enrol€me s t rder Products. Subscription Enrollments may be available for some of these Enrol fiRv4p.,016twithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, only Enrolled Affiliat s ide in an Enrollment will be responsible for complying with the terms EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 2 of 11 Document X20-10210 3. of that Enrollment, including the terms of this Agreement incorporated by reference in that Enrollment. c. Licenses. The types of Licenses available are (1) Licenses obtained under Software Assurance (L&SA), and (2) Subscription Licenses. These License types, as well as additional License Types, are further described in the Product List. Licenses for Products. a. License Grant. Microsoft grants the Enterprise a non-exclusive, worldwide and limited right to download, install and use software Products, and to access and use the Online Services, each in the quantity ordered under an Enrollment. The rights granted are subject to the terms of this Agreement, the Use Rights and the Product Terms. Microsoft reserves all rights not expressly granted in this Agreement. b. Duration of Licenses. Subscription Licenses and most Software Assurance rights are temporary and expire when the applicable Enrollment is terminated or expires, unless the Enrolled Affiliate exercises a buy-out option, which is available for some Subscription Licenses. Except as otherwise noted in the applicable Enrollment or Use Rights, all other Licenses become perpetual only when all payments for that License have been made and the initial Enrollment term has expired. c. Applicable Use Rights. The latest Use Rights as updated from time to time, apply to the use of all Products, subject to the following exceptions. d. e. (i) For products with metered usage -based pricing (e.g. metered Microsoft Azure Services) Material adverse changes published after the start of a calendar month will apply beginning the following month. (ii) For Versioned Software. Material adverse changes published after the date a Product is first licensed will not apply to any licenses for that Product acquired during the applicable Enrollment term unless the changes are published with the release of a new version and Customer chooses to update to that version. Renewal of Software Assurance does not change which Use Rights apply to perpetual Licenses acquired during a previous term or Enrollment (iii) For all other Products (e.g. Office 365 services). Material adverse changes published after the start of the subscription term will not apply to any licenses for that Product acquired during the applicable Enrollment term. (iv) For use rights granted through Software Assu published after the date a Product is first licensed wi Product during the applicable enrollment term unlesst release of a new version and Customer chooses t Downgrade rights. Enrolled Affiliate may use an Services than the version that is current on the acquired in the current Enrollment term, the Lwwd of the earlier version. If the earlier Pr t s 11 version, then the Use Rights applicAfflelto TW features. New Version Rights under continuous Software Assuran coverage, Enterprise autom soon as it is released, eves (i) Except as to the new e. Material adverse changes Vpply to any licenses for that nges are published with the to that version. Sion of a Product other than Online L&VA date of the Enrollment. For Licenses s for the current version apply to the use On includes features that are not in the new earlier version apply with respect to those re Assurance. Enrolled Affiliate must order and maintain F�ge for each License ordered. With Software Assurance Fas the right to use a new version of a licensed Product as ad Affiliate chooses not to use the new version immediately. under an Enrollment, use of the new version will be subject EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 3 of 11 Document X20-10210 (ii) If the License for the earlier version of the Product is perpetual at the time the new version is released, the License for the new version will also be perpetual. Perpetual Licenses obtained through Software Assurance replace any perpetual Licenses for the earlier version. f. License confirmation. This Agreement, the applicable Enrollment, Enrolled Affiliate's order confirmation, and any documentation evidencing transfers of perpetual Licenses, together with proof of payment, will be Enrolled Affiliate's evidence of all Licenses obtained under an Enrollment. g. Reorganizations, consolidations and privatizations. If the number of Licenses covered by an Enrollment changes by more than ten percent as a result of (1) a reorganization, consolidation or privatization of an entity or an operating division, (2) a privatization of an Affiliate or an operating division of Enrolled Affiliate or any of its Affiliates, or (3) a consolidation including a merger with a third party that has an existing agreement or Enrollment, Microsoft will work with Enrolled Affiliate in good faith to determine how to accommodate its changed circumstances in the context of this Agreement. 4. Making copies of Products and re -imaging rights. a. General. Enrolled Affiliate may make as many copies of Products, as it needs to distribute them within the Enterprise. Copies must be true and complete (including copyright and trademark notices) from master copies obtained from a Microsoft approved fulfillment source. Enrolled Affiliate may use a third party to make these copies, but Enrolled Affiliate agrees it will be responsible for any third party's actions. Enrolled Affiliate agrees to make reasonable efforts to notify its employees, agents, and any other individuals who use the Products that the Products are licensed from Microsoft and subject to the terms of this Agreement. b. Copies for training/evaluation and back-up. For all Products other than Online Services, Enrolled Affiliate may: (1) use up to 20 complimentary copies of any licensed Product in a dedicated training facility on its premises for purposes of training on that particular Product, (2) use up to 10 complimentary copies of any Products for a 60-day evaluation period, and (3) use one complimentary copy of any licensed Product for back-up or archival purposes for each of its distinct geographic locations. Trials for Online Services may be available if specified in the Use Rights. c. Right to re -image. In certain cases, re -imaging is permitted using the Product media. If the Microsoft Product is licensed (1) from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM), (2) as a full packaged Product through a retail source, or (3) under another Microsoft program, then media provided under this Agreement may generally be used to grf@te images for use in place of copies provided through that separate source. This right is Rional upon the following. (i) Separate Licenses must be acquired from the sep rce for each Product that is re - imaged. (ii) The Product, language, version, and comp a sthe copies made must be identical to the Product, language, version, and all nts of the copies they replace, and the number of copies or instances of th&p-g d Product permitted remains the same. (iii) Except for copies of an operatin "band copies of Products licensed under another Microsoft program, the Pro ct #y (e.g., Upgrade or full License) re -imaged must be identical to the Product type i nsed to the separate source. (iv) Enrolled Affiliate must adf� ny Product -specific processes or requirements for re - imaging identified in t t Terms. Re -imaged Products r ct to the terms and use rights of the License acquired from V. ection does not create or extend any Microsoft warranty or the separate source. PS support obligati EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 4 of 11 Document X20-10210 5. Transferring and reassigning Licenses. a. License transfers. License transfers are not permitted, except that Customer or an Enrolled Affiliate may transfer only fully paid perpetual Licenses to: an Affiliate, or a third party solely in connection with the transfer of hardware or employees to whom the Licenses have been assigned as part of (1) a privatization of an Affiliate or agency or of an operating division of Enrolled Affiliate or an Affiliate, (2) a reorganization, or (3) a consolidation. Upon such transfer, Customer or Enrolled Affiliate must uninstall and discontinue using the licensed Product and render any copies unusable. b. Notification of License Transfer. Enrolled Affiliate must notify Microsoft of a License transfer by completing a license transfer form, which can be obtained from htt:11www.microsoft.comllicensin_ /``contracts and sending the completed form to Microsoft before the License transfer. No License transfer will be valid unless Enrolled Affiliate provides to the transferee, and the transferee accepts in writing, documents sufficient to enable the transferee to ascertain the scope, purpose and limitations of the rights granted by Microsoft under the licenses being transferred (includingthe applicable Use Rights, use and transfer restrictions, warranties and limitations of liability). Any License transfer not made in compliance with this section will be void. c. Internal Assignment of Licenses and Software Assurance. Licenses and Software Assurance must be assigned to a single user or device within the Enterprise. Licenses and Software Assurance may be reassigned within the Enterprise as described in the Use Rights. 6. Term and termination. a. Term. The term of this Agreement will remain in effect unless terminated by either party as described below. Each Enrollment will have the term provided in that Enrollment. b. Termination without cause. Either party may terminate this Agreement, without cause, upon 60 days' written notice. In the event of termination, new Enrollments will not be accepted, but any existing Enrollment will continue for the term of such Enrollment and will continue to be governed by this Agreement. c. Mid-term termination for non -appropriation of Funds. Enrolled Affiliate may terminate this Agreement or an Enrollment without liability, penalty or further obligation to make payments if funds to make payments under the Agreement or Enrollmel a not appropriated or allocated by the Enrolled Affiliate for such purpose. d. Termination for cause. Without limiting any ot[Vr ie it may have, either party may terminate an Enrollment if the other party mat aches its obligations under this Agreement, including any obligation to submit or e o ay invoices. Except where the breach is by its nature not curable within 30 days, t ating party must give the other party 30 days' notice of its intent to terminate an"n c Itunity to cure the breach. If Microsoft gives such notice to an o iliate, Microsoft also will give Customer a copy of that notice and Customer agrees t el resolve the breach. If the breach affects other Enrollments and cannot be resod he een Microsoft and Enrolled Affiliate, together with Customer's help, within a real e6od of time, Microsoft may terminate this Agreement and all Enrollments under it I rolled Affiliate ceases to be Customer's Affiliate, it must promptly notify Microsoft, osoft may terminate the former Affiliate's Enrollment. If an Enrolled Affiliate termi rollment as a result of a breach by Microsoft, or if Microsoft terminates an Enroll e se Enrolled Affiliate ceases to be Customer's Affiliate, then Enrolled Affiliat ill h e early termination rights described in the Enrollment. EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(Oct2019) Page 5 of 11 Document X20-10210 e. Early termination. If (1) an Enrolled Affiliate terminates its Enrollment as a result of a breach by Microsoft, or (2) if Microsoft terminates an Enrollment because the Enrolled Affiliate has ceased to be an Affiliate of Customer, or (3) Enrolled Affiliate terminates an Enrollment for non - appropriation of funds, or (4) Microsoft terminates an Enrollment for non-payment due to non - appropriation of funds, then the Enrolled Affiliate will have the following options: (i) It may immediately pay the total remaining amount due, including all installments, in which case, the Enrolled Affiliate will have perpetual rights for all Licenses it has ordered; or (ii) It may pay only amounts due as of the termination date, in which case the Enrolled Affiliate will have perpetual Licenses for: 1) all copies of Products (including the latest version of Products ordered under SA coverage in the current term) for which payment has been made in full, and 2) the number of copies of Products it has ordered (including the latest version of Products ordered under Software Assurance coverage in current term) that is proportional to the total of installment payments paid versus total amounts due (paid and payable) if the early termination had not occurred. (iii) In the case of early termination under subscription Enrollments, Enrolled Affiliate will have the following options: 1) For eligible Products, Enrolled Affiliate may obtain perpetual Licenses as described in the section of the Enrollment titled "Buy-out option," provided that Microsoft receives the buy-out order for those Licenses within 60 days after Enrolled Affiliate provides notice of termination. 2) In the event of a breach by Microsoft, if Customer chooses not to exercise a buy-out option, Microsoft will issue Enrolled Affiliate a credit for any amount paid in advance for Subscription Licenses that the Enterprise will not be able to use to do the termination of the Enrollment. Nothing in this section shall affect perpetual License rights acquired either in a separate agreement or in a prior term of the terminated Enrollment. f. Effect of termination or expiration. When an Enrollment expires or is terminated, (i) Enrolled Affiliate must order Licenses for all copies of Products it has run for which it has not previously submitted an order. Any and all unpaid payments for any order of any kind remain due and payable. Except as provided in the subsection titled "Early termination," all unpaid payments for Licenses immediately become due and payable. (ii) Enrolled Affiliate's right to Software Assurance benefit der this Agreement ends if it does not renew Software Assurance. g. Modification or termination of an Online Servije f atory reasons. Microsoft may modify or terminate an Online Service where t ny current or future government requirement or obligation that: (1) subjects Micr o a any regulation or requirement not generally applicable to businesses aperatin jurisdiction; (2) presents a hardship for Microsoft to continue operating the j e cewithout modification; and/or (3) causes Microsoft to believe these terms or thin ice may conflict with any such requirement or obligation. now Program updates. Microsoft m� for Customer and its Enrolled time of an Enrollment renew 11.4 �I changes to this program that will. make it necessary to enter into new agreements and Enrollments at the EA20201 AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 6 of 11 Document X20-10210 7. Use, ownership, rights, and restrictions. a. Products. Unless otherwise specified in a supplemental agreement, use of any Product is governed by the Use Rights specific to each Product and version and by the terms of the applicable supplemental agreement. b. Fixes. Each Fix is licensed under the same terms as the Product to which it applies. If a Fix is not provided for a specific Product, any use rights Microsoft provides with the Fix will apply. c. Non -Microsoft software and technology. Enrolled Affiliate is solely responsible for any non - Microsoft software or technology that it installs or uses with the Products or Fixes. d. Restrictions. Enrolled Affiliate must not (and is not licensed to) (1) reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble any Product or Fix; (2) install or use non -Microsoft software or technology in any way that would subject Microsoft's intellectual property or technology to any other license terms; or (3) work around any technical limitations in a Product or Fix or restrictions in Product documentation. Customer must not (and is not licensed to) (1) separate and run parts of a Product or Fix on more than one device, upgrade or downgrade parts of a Product or Fix at different times, or transfer parts of a Product or Fix separately; or (2) distribute, sublicense, rent, lease, lend any Products or Fixes, in whole or in part, or use them to offer hosting services to a third party. e. Reservation of rights. Products and Fixes are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights laws and international treaties. Microsoft reserves all rights not expressly granted in this agreement. No rights will be granted or implied by waiver or estoppel. Rights to access or use Software on a device do not give Customer any right to implement Microsoft patents or other Microsoft intellectual property in the device itself or in any other software or devices. 8. Confidentiality. "Confidential Information" is non-public information that is designated "confidential" or that a reasonable person should understand is confidential, including Customer Data. Confidential Information does not include information that (1) becomes publicly available without a breach of this agreement, (2) the receiving party received lawfully from another source without a confidentiality obligation, (3) is independently developed, or (4) is a comment or suggestion volunteered about the other party's business, products or services. Each party will take reasonable steps to protect the other's Confidential Information and will use the other party's Confidential Information only for purposes of the parties' busines relationship. Neither party will disclose that Confidential Information to third parties, except to its oyees, Affiliates, contractors, advisors and consultants ("Representatives") and then only on a nee -t w basis under nondisclosure obligations at least as protective as this agreement. Each party responsible for the use of the Confidential Information by its Representatives and, in the ev 0overy of any unauthorized use or disclosure, must promptly notify the other party. A party may disclose the other's Confidential Information if by law; but only after it notifies the other party (if legally permissible) to enable the other part]Lo t protective order. Neither party is required to restrict work ass Confidential Information. Ea memories in the developme liability under this Agreeme other accordingly. These obligations apply (1) other Confidential Informatii e i s Representatives who have had access to onformation retained in Representatives' unaided p ies' respective products or services does not create and each party agrees to limit what it discloses to the til it is deleted from the Online Services, and (2) for all ears after a party receives the Confidential Information. EA20201 AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(Oct2019) Page 7 of 11 Document X20-10210 9. Privacy and compliance with laws. a. Enrolled Affiliate consents to the processing of personal information by Microsoft and its agents to facilitate the subject matter of this Agreement. Enrolled Affiliate will obtain all required consents from third parties under applicable privacy and data protection law before providing personal information to Microsoft. b. Personal information collected under this agreement (1) may be transferred, stored and processed in the United States or any other country in which Microsoft or its service providers maintain facilities and (2) will be subject to the privacy terms specified in the Use Rights. Microsoft will abide by the requirements of European Economic Area and Swiss data protection law regarding the collection, use, transfer, retention, and other processing of personal data from the European Economic Area and Switzerland. c. U.S. export. Products and Fixes are subject to U.S. export jurisdiction. Enrolled Affiliate must comply with all applicable international and national laws, including the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and end -user, end use and destination restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments related to Microsoft products, services and technologies. 10. Warranties. a. Limited warranties and remedies. Software. Microsoft warrants that each version of the Software will perform substantially as described in the applicable Product documentation for one year from the date the Enterprise is first licensed for that version. If it does not and the Enterprise notifies Microsoft within the warranty term, then Microsoft will, at its option (1) return the price Enrolled Affiliate paid for the Software license, or (2) repair or replace the Software. (ii) Online Services. Microsoft warrants that each Online Service will perform in accordance with the applicable SLA during the Enterprise's use. The Enterprise's remedies for breach of this warranty are in the SLA. The remedies above are the Enterprise's sole remedies for breach of the warranties in this section. Customer waives any breach of warranty claims not made during the warranty period. b. Exclusions. The warranties in this agreement do not apply to problems caused by accident, abuse, or use in a manner inconsistent with this Agreement, including failure to meet minimum system requirements. These warranties do not apply to free, trial, pre-release, or beta products, or to components of Products that Enrolled Affiliate ' permitted to redistribute. c. Disclaimer. Except for the limited warranties ab a rosoft provides no other warranties or conditions and disclaims any o ress, implied, or statutory warranties, including warranties of quality, title ingement, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose. 11. Defense of third party claims. The parties will defend each other against the th - laims described in this section and will pay the amount of any resulting adverse final judgm t or roved settlement, but only if the defending party is promptly notified in writing of the claim and has e right to control the defense and any settlement of it. The party being defended must provide the def rty with all requested assistance, information, authority, and must take all reasonable action to s losses arising from the third -party claim. The defending party will reimburse the other party for a a le out-of-pocket expenses it incurs in providing assistance. This section describes the parties' ies and entire liability for such claims. a. By Microsoft. Vr I defend Enrolled Affiliate against any third -party claim to the extent it alleges that aFix made available by Microsoft for a fee and used within the scope EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(0ct2019) Page 8 of 11 Document X20-10210 of the license granted (unmodified from the form provided by Microsoft and not combined with anything else) misappropriates a trade secret or directly infringes a patent, copyright, trademark or other proprietary right of a third party. If Microsoft is unable to resolve a claim of infringement under commercially reasonable terms, it may, at its option, either (1) modify or replace the Product or Fix with a functional equivalent; or (2) terminate Enrolled Affiliate's license and refund any prepaid license fees (less depreciation on a five-year, straight-line basis) for perpetual licenses and any amount paid for Online Services for any usage period after the termination date. Microsoft will not be liable for any claims or damages due to Enrolled Affiliate's continued use of a Product or Fix after being notified to stop due to a third -party claim. b. By Enrolled Affiliate. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Enrolled Affiliate will defend Microsoft against any third -party claim to the extent it alleges that: (1) any Customer Data or non -Microsoft software hosted in an Online Service by Microsoft on Enrolled Affiliate's behalf misappropriates a trade secret or directly infringes a patent, copyright, trademark, or other proprietary right of a third party; or (2) Enrolled Affiliate's use of any Product or Fix, alone or in combination with anything else, violates the law or damages a third party. 12. Limitation of liability. For each Product, each party's maximum, aggregate liability to the other under this Agreement is limited to direct damages finally awarded in an amount not to exceed the amounts Enrolled Affiliate paid for the applicable Products during the term of this Agreement, subject to the following: a. Online Services. For Online Services, Microsoft's maximum liability to Enrolled Affiliate for any incident giving rise to a claim will not exceed the amount Enrolled Affiliate paid for the Online Service during the 12 months before the incident. b. Free Products and Distributable Code. For Products provided free of charge and code that Enrolled Affiliate is authorized to redistribute to third parties without separate payment to Microsoft, Microsoft's liability is limited to direct damages finally awarded up to US$5,000. c. Exclusions. In no event will either party be liable for indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages, or for loss of use, loss of business information, loss of revenue, or interruption of business, however caused or on any theory of liability. d. Exceptions. No limitation or exclusions will apply to liability arising out of either party's (1) confidentiality obligations (except for all liability related to Customer Data, which will remain subject to the limitations and exclusions above); (2) defense obligations; or (3) violation of the other party's intellectual property rights. 13. Verifying compliance. a. Right to verify compliance. Enrolled Affiliate g)u�p records relating to all use and distribution of Products by Enrolled Affiliate and es. Microsoft has the right, at its expense, to the extent permitted by applicable I ify such compliance with the Product's license terms. Microsoft will engage an indep uditor and Enrolled Affiliate must provide the independent auditor with any inform o uditor reasonably requests in furtherance of the verification, including visible ac s ems running the Products and evidence of Licenses for Products Enrolled Affi s, sublicenses, or distributes to third parties. Enrolled Affiliate must provide, w out u e delay, the foregoing information and access upon request of the independent audi b. Verification process. Mi W notify Enrolled Affiliate at least 30 calendar days in advance of its intent to v olled Affiliate's compliance with the license terms for the Products Enrolled Af'' or distribute. The independent auditor is subject to a confidentiality obligati i ' t to cover the auditor's engagement with Enrolled Affiliate for the verification rote nrolled Affiliate may, at its discretion, also require a mutually agreeable confid 'ale agreement with the independent auditor for access to premises, data EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(Oct2019) Page 9 of 11 Document X20-10210 14. and systems. Such confidentiality agreement between Enrolled Affiliate and auditor must be completed within fourteen (14) days of such request, and shall not restrict the ability for the independent auditor to accurately verify compliance and share the resulting information with Microsoft. Any information collected will be used solely for purposes of determining Enrolled Affiliate's compliance. This verification will take place during normal business hours and the auditor will make best efforts not to interfere with Enrolled Affiliate's operations during the course of the audit. Remedies for non-compliance. If verification reveals any use of Products without applicable license rights, then within 30 days Enrolled Affiliate must order sufficient licenses to cover its use, and, if such use or distribution is determined to be in excess of Enrolled Affiliate's existing licenses by 5% or more of the audited environment(s) in aggregate, then Enrolled Affiliate must reimburse Microsoft for the costs Microsoft incurred in obtaining the verification and acquire the necessary additional licenses. Such licenses will be obtained at 125% of the price, based on the then -current price list. The use percentage is based on the total number of Products used without applicable liscense rights (as described above) compared to the total Product use. If it is verified that Product use is sufficiently licensed, Microsoft will not require the Enterprise to engage in another verification for at least one year. By exercising the rights and procedures described above, Microsoft does not waive its rights to enforce its rights under these Additional Use Rights and Restrictions or to protect its intellectual property by any other legal or contractual means. Miscellaneous. a. Use of contractors. Microsoft may use contractors to perform services but will be responsible for their performance subject to the terms of this Agreement. b. Microsoft as independent contractor. The parties are independent contractors. Enrolled Affiliate and Microsoft each may develop products independently without using the other's Confidential Information. c. Notices. Notices to Microsoft must be sent to the address on the signature form. Notices must be in writing and will be treated as delivered on the date shown on the return receipt or on the courier or fax confirmation of delivery. Microsoft may provide information to Enrolled Affiliate about upcoming ordering deadlines, services, and subscription information in electronic form, including by email to contacts provided by Enrolled Affiliate. Emails will be treated as delivered on the transmission date. d. Agreement not exclusive. Customer is free to enter into agreements to license, use or promote non -Microsoft products. e. Amendments. Any amendment to this Agreement mus uted by both parties, except that Microsoft may change the Product Terms andPffiliate Rights from time to time in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. An�g terms and conditions contained in an Enrolled Affiliate's purchase order will not apsoft may require Customer to sign a new agreement or an amendment before an d enters into an Enrollment under this agreement. f. Assignment. Either party may assi th A ment to an Affiliate but must notify the other party in writing of the assignment. A proposed assignment must be approved by the non -assigning party in writing. A n will not relieve the assigning party of its obligations under the assigned agreement attempted assignment without required approval will be void. g. Applicable law; dispute e on. The terms of this Agreement will be governed by the laws of Customer's st giving effect to its conflict of laws. Disputes relating to this Agreement will be su licable dispute resolution laws of Customer's state. EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(Oct2019) Page 10 of 11 Document X20-10210 h. Severability. If any provision in this agreement is held to be unenforceable, the balance of the agreement will remain in full force and effect. i. Waiver. Failure to enforce any provision of this agreement will not constitute a waiver. Any waiver must be in writing and signed by the waiving party. j. No third -party beneficiaries. This Agreement does not create any third -party beneficiary rights. k. Survival. All provisions survive termination or expiration of this Agreement except those requiring performance only during the term of the Agreement. I. Management and Reporting. Customer and/or Enrolled Affiliate may manage account details (e.g., contacts, orders, Licenses, software downloads) on Microsoft's Volume Licensing Service Center ("VLSC") web site (or successor site) at: https://www.microsoft.com/licensiftg/servicecente . Upon the effective date of this Agreement and any Enrollments, the contact(s) identified for this purpose will be provided access to this site and may authorize additional users and contacts. m. Order of precedence. In the case of a conflict between any documents in this Agreement that is not expressly resolved in those documents, their terms will control in the following order from highest to lowest priority: (1) this Enterprise Agreement, (2) any Enrollment, (3) the Product Terms, (4) the Online Services Terms, (5) orders submitted under this Agreement, and (6) any other documents in this Agreement. Terms in an amendment control over the amended document and any prior amendments concerning the same subject matter. n. Free Products. It is Microsoft's intent that the terms of this Agreement and the Use Rights be in compliance with all applicable federal law and regulations. Any free Product provided to Enrolled Affiliate is for the sole use and benefit of the Enrolled Affiliate and is not provided for use by or personal benefit of any specific government employee. o. Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates. Microsoft supports the government's obligation to provide accessible technologies to its citizens with disabilities as required by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and its state law counterparts. The Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates ("VPATs") for the Microsoft technologies used in providing the Online Services can be found at Microsoft's VPAT page. Further information regarding Microsoft's commitment to accessibility can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/enable. p. Natural disaster. In the event of a "natural disaster," Microsoft may provide additional assistance or rights by posting them on http://www.microsoft.com at such time. q. Copyright violation. Except as set forth in the section above entitled Transferring and reassigning Licenses", the Enrolled Affiliate agrees to pay for d comply with the terms of this Agreement and the Use Rights, for the Products it uses, x o the extent Enrolled Affiliate is licensed under this Agreement, it will be respons� 'ts breach of this contract and violation of Microsoft's copyright in the Products, i► cl aymsnt of License fees specified in this Agreement for unlicensed use. EA20201AgrGov(US)SLG(ENG)(Oct2019) Page 11 of 11 Document X20-10210 7e COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PURCHASE OF PORTABLE HANDHELD RADIOS POLICY QUESTION: Should Council authorize the purchase of I I Motorola police car radios? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner _ _ _ DEPT: Information Technology Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Police car radios quote Options Considered: 1. Approve the purchase of 11 Motorola police car radios. 2. Do not approve the purchase of 11 Motorola police car radios, and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: ❑Ption I . MAYOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date APPROVAL: Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to, forward the proposed purchase of'11 Motorola police car radios to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. " Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Nl Inber PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the purchase of 11 police car radios.fi-onn Motorola Solutions, Inc..1br an amount not to exceed S37, 947.88. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BYCITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances onl)) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 9, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director SUBJECT: Purchase of 11 Police Car Radios Financial Impacts: Within the 2023/2024 budget, Council authorized the purchase of 11 marked police vehicles, and additional associated equipment. These radios will be funded from the approved budget for the vehicles. he cost to the City is explained in the chart below: FTax orola APX 6500 7/800-ES Radio $ 3,133.34 (10.1%) $ 316.47 h APX 6500 7/800-ES Radio Total $ 3,449.81 11) Total Motorola Radios Purchase $ 37,947.91 Back2round Information: These 11 radios are being purchased based on Council's authorization for new police vehicles. The Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network (PSERN) project will be replacing all of the City's Police department radios with new PSERN P25 digital radios around the beginning of 2023 in preparation for a I" half of 2023 cutover to PSERN. The radios that the City are buying are currently capable of operating on the new network. These are a total of 11 Motorola radios for Council to approve using the fleet and equipment as the funding source. For item specifics, please see the attached quote. Some explanation of how this was negotiated and how we complied with procurement standards is needed. Also, what contract is this being purchased under? Rev. 7/ l S QUOTE-2154584 0 MOT`OROLA SOLUTIONS The design, technical, pricing, and other Information ( " Information " ) furnrshed with this sLimssinn Is. confidential proprietary information of Motorola SWtrtlons, Inc. or the Motorola Solutions entity providing this quote (" Alatarola ")and is submitted wilh the restnction that it is to be used for evaluation purposes only. Tv the fullest extent allowed by appllg b e law, the Infortnettior, is not to be disclosed publicly or in any manner to anyone otheir than those rcqulred to evaluate the Information without the express written permission of Motorola. MOTOROLA. MOTO, MoTORt7LA.SOLUTIONS, and the Stylized M Lc"o aretradarndrks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 0 2020 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All Fights reserved. MOT'OROLA SOLUTIONS 05/05/2023 FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF PO BOX 9718 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98063 RE: Motorola Quote for R_City of Federal Way PD_11x PSERN Mobiles config 6 Dear Brian Pearsons, QUOTE-2154584 Motorola Solutions is pleased to present FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF with this quote for quality communications equipment and services. The development of this quote provided us the opportunity to evaluate your requirements and propose a solution to best fulfill your communications needs. This information is provided to assist you in your evaluation process. Our goal is to provide FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF with the best products and services available in the communications industry. Please direct any questions to Ryan Rogado at rrogado@daywireless.com. We thank you for the opportunity to provide you with premier communications and look forward to your review and feedback regarding this quote. Sincerely, Ryan Rogado Government Accounts Manager Motorola Solutions Manufacturer's Representative 0 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS Billing Address: FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF PO BOX 9718 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98063 US APXTM 6500 / Enh Series 1 M25URS9PW1 BN 1a QA01648AA I G851AG 1 C G996AS 1d GA00580AA 1e G51AU 1f QA05336AA 1 g G67DT 1 h G78AT 1 i GA01606AA Shipping Address: FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF 33325 8TH AVE S FEDERAL WAY 98063 0006 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98063 US PS —REM- -MT CONFIG_06 11 APX6500 7/800-E5 APX6500 ENHANCED 7/800 MHZ MOBILE ADD: HW KEY SUPPLEMENTAL DATA ADD: AES/DES-XL/DES-OFB ENCRYP APX AND ADP ENH: OVER THE AIR PROVISIONING ADD: TDMA OPERATION ENH: SMARTZONE OPERATION APX6500 DEL: DELETE BLUETOOTH ADD: REMOTE MOUNT E5 APXM ENH: 3 YEAR ESSENTIAL SVC ADD: NO GPS/WI-FI ANTENNA NEEDED QUOTE-2154584 R_City of Federal Way PD_11 x PSERN Mobiles config 6 Quote Date:05/05/2023 Expiration Date:07/04/2023 Quote Created By: Ryan Rogado Government Accounts Manager rrogado@daywireless.com (425) 327-5491 End Customer: FEDERAL WAY, CITY OF Brian Pearsons Brian. Pearson@cityoffederalway.com 253.835.2552 Contract: 32333 - PSERN $3,133.34 $34,466.74 Any sales transaction following Motorola's quote is based on and subject to the terms and conditions of the valid and executed written contract between Customer and Motorola (the ""Underlying Agreement"") that authorizes Customer to purchase equipment and/or services or license software (collectively ""Products""). If no Underlying Agreement exists between Motorola and Customer. then Motorola's Standard Terms of Use and Motorola's Standard Terms and Conditions of Sales and Supply shall govern the purchase of the Products. Motorola Solutions, Inc: 500 West Monroe, United States - 60661 - #: 36-1115800 Page 3 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS lj G298AS 1k B18CR 11 G610AC 1 m G444AH 1 n G335AW 10 G806BL 1 p GA01767AG 1q GA01670AA 1 r W22BA 1s G361AH Grand Total ENH: ASTRO 25 OTAR W/ MULTIKEY ADD: AUXILIARY SPKR 7.5 WATT APX ADD: REMOTE MOUNT CABLE 30 FT APX ADD: APX CONTROL HEAD SOFTWARE ADD: ANT 1/4 WAVE 762-87OMHZ ENH: ASTRID DIGITAL CAI OP APX ADD: RADIO AUTHENTICATION ADD: APX E5 CONTROL HEAD ADD: STD PALM MICROPHONE APX ENH: P25 TRUNKING SOFTWARE APX QUOTE-2154584 R_City of Federal Way PD_11 x PSERN Mobiles config 6 $34,466.74(USD) Notes: • Unless otherwise noted, this quote excludes sales tax or other applicable taxes (such as Goods and Services Tax, sales tax, Value Added Tax and other taxes of a similar nature). Any tax the customer is subject to will be added to invoices. Any sales transaction following Motorola's quote is based on and subject to the terms and conditions of the valid and executed written contract between Customer and Motorola (the ""Underlying Agreement"") that authorizes Customer to purchase equipment and/or services or license software (collectively ""Products""). If no Underlying Agreement exists between Motorola and Customer, then Motorola's Standard Terms of Use and Motorola's Standard Terms and Conditions of Sales and Supply shall govern the purchase of the Products. Motorola Solutions, Inc.: 500 West Monroe, United States - 60661 - #: 36-1115800 Page 4 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS Purchase Order Checklist Marked as PO/ Contract/ Notice to Proceed on Company Letterhead (PO will not be processed without this) PO Number/ Contract Number PO Date Vendor = Motorola Solutions, Inc. Payment (Billing) Terms/ State Contract Number Bill -To Name on PO must be equal to the Legal Bill -To Name Bill -To Address Ship -To Address (If we are shipping to a MR location, it must be documented on PO) Ultimate Address (If the Ship -To address is the MR location then the Ultimate Destination address must be documented on PO ) PO Amount must be equal to or greater than Order Total Non-Editable Format (Word/ Excel templates cannot be Accepted) Bill To Contact Name & Phone # and EMAIL for customer accounts payable dept Ship To Contact Name & Phone # Tax Exemption Status Signatures (As required) 7f COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: KING COUNTY I -NET CUSTOMER SERVICES CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1 POLICY QUESTION: Should Council approve the King County I -Net Customer Services Contract Amendment I for City Internet service? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director DEPT: Information Technology _ . _ _...... ---- ...._....,..__..._.._,. _..-.............._ Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. King County I -Net Customer Services Contract Amendment 1 Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Customer Services Contract Amendment 1 2. Do not approve the proposed Customer Services Contract Amendment 1 and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option I. MAYOR APPROVAL: C (RECTOR APPROVAL: S COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward the proposed Customer Services C'ontractAinendnzent I to the .Izrne 6, 2023, consent agendafor approval. " Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Mel ber PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Customer Services Contract Amendment 1, for an amount not to exceed 549,104 and authorize the Mayor to execute said agreement. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL .ACTION: ❑ .APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO .ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 12, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director SUBJECT: King County I -Net Customer Services Contract Amendment 1 f illallcial impacts: Per the Council Adopted 2023/2024 budget, this item will be funded by the IT operational budget. The monthly cost for Internet service is $1,364, for a total of $49,104 over the three-year contract. The cost for this service under the last contract is $1,272 per month. The new contract will be $1,364 per month, an increase of $92 per month for the three-year term of this agreement, running from 2/ 1 /2023 to 1 /31 /2026. Back%t round Information: King County I -Net is the current provider of Internet services for the City. These services include up to 1 Gbps of bandwidth for Internet access, 64 external IPv4 addresses, secure DNS services for the City's domain names, and connectivity to the IGN (Inter - Governmental Network), which is how the Police Department and Municipal Court connect to the secure resources provided by Washington State. King County is a unique provider with these services due to the large amount of public IPv4 addresses offered to the City, connection to the State IGN, which other providers are not able to provide, and connection to other County resources such as Valley Communications. This will be the first amendment (Amendment 1) to the existing Customer Services Contract, Number O1 COFW20, between the City and King County for I -Net services (AG20-063). Amendment 1 updates contact information and rates from the original contract, and extends the term for three additional years. Rev 7/18 Customer Services Contract Number OICOFW20 Amendment No. 1 King County (the "County") and City of Federal Way ("Customer") entered into Customer Services Contract (CSC) Number 01COFW20 on April 16, 2020. Said CSC provides that it may be changed by an amendment. This form, and any exhibits hereto, shall serve as an Amendment to the CSC. 1. Scope of Amendment This Amendment to the CSC effects: a. ® Term of the CSC: Section 1. Term, is hereby replaced with the following: a 1. Term This Contract is effective on the date last signed below and shall remain in effect for three (3) years ("Initial Period"), unless terminated earlier pursuant to section 3.1 of the Master Services Agreement ("MSA"). Following the expiration of the Initial Period, the Contract shall automatically renew for successive one (1) year periods (each a "Renewal Period") unless terminated by either Party upon giving the Other Party ninety (90) days prior written notice. The Initial Period and each Renewal Period, if any, are collectively referred to herein as the "Term". b. ® Services Ordered: Section 2. Services Ordered, is hereby replaced with the following: 2. Services Ordered The service offering is summarized in Table A below, and further described in the MSA located at https-,Ilkinqcounty.gov/inetmsa. Upon the Customer order(s), the County will provide the services listed in Table B at the contracted sites, for the stated monthly and non -recurring (one- time) fees. Fees may be subject to either increase or decrease adjustments upon receiving ninety (90) days prior written notice by the County. The County owns all Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) devices installed at Customer Sites and shall retain title to all parts and materials used or provided by the County in providing any service described herein. See httpsllkingcounty.gov/inetmsa, Attachment C for a description of service offerings. Customer shall provide timely access to the Site(s) where [-Net and Services are provided, including to Customer's premise equipment. Table A, Services Offering Summary is hereby replaced by the following: Service Offering Summary —Table A Services Offered* 1. Internet Bandwidth (IB) 2. Transport Bandwidth (TB) 3. King County Exchange (KCX) Services 4. Support Services 5. Additional IPV4 Addresses (AIP) 6. Professional Services Network Engineering Service (NES) Solution Architecture (SA) Project Management Service (PMS) • Support Surcharge (SS) "See the MSA, Attachment C, for a full description of the service [-NET Customer Services Contract (CSC) # 01 COFW20 Amendment No. 1 Page I of 4 Table B, Contracted Site, Services and Fees is hereby replaced by the following: Contracted Sites, Services and Fees —Table B Monthly Fees Svc Type Band Width Site ID Site Name Site Address City SIte Contact CPE Hub Demarcatlonl Monthly Device $1.300.00 Hall Fichtner Federal IB I 2013 Federal Way City 33325 8`h Ave S Federal Way Thomas L2ci- F7NANA AIP-1 block NA 2013 Federal Way City Hall 33325 81h Ave S Federal Way Thomas Fichtner NA $64.00 TOTAL Monthl Fees:` 1 36 00 Non -Recurring Costs Type Notes quantity Amount Total Provision Fees Construction 'Engineering Other Services Non -Recurring Totall $0.00 c. ❑ Terms and Conditions of the MSA: d. ® Exhibits: Exhibit A, Key Persons, and B, Insurance, are hereby replaced with Exhibit A, Key Person Revised 05/12/23 and B, Insurance as attached to this Amendment No. 1 2. All other terms and conditions in the CSC, including Exhibits, shall remain in effect. 3. Contract Documents and Execution By signing below, the Customer acknowledges that it has reviewed and accepts this Amendment to the I - NET Customer Services Contract. Further, the Customer represents that the signatory below has authority to bind its represented party to this Contract. KING COUNTY Signature: Name: Title - Date Signature: Name: Title. Date CITY OF FEDERAL WAY I -NET Customer Services Contract (CSC) # 01COFW20 Amendment No. I Pa<,e 2 of 4 Exhibit A —Key Persons, Revised 04/13/2023 The Customer represents that the Primary Contact and the Technical Contact listed below are each authorized to request and approve: (a) all Customer network connections to other agencies contracting for I -Net and Services from the County or external agencies; and (b) all additions, deletions or modifications to the I -NET Services and Services provided under this Contract, including both cost and no -cost changes, which shall be captured in a contract amendment. The Primary and Technical Contacts shall be the Customer's lead on all technology and troubleshooting issues regarding I -Net and Services. The Customer's Finance Contact shall be the primary contact for all invoicing and billing issues and the Customer's Contracts Contact shall be the primary contact for all contractual issues and amendments. Unless otherwise provided in Section 4, Notices, of the MSA, all change requests must be submitted in writing by either the Customer's Primary Contact or Technical Contact; email is an acceptable communication format. No change in Services or Sites will be made to the Customer's service configuration without approval from King County, which will be captured in an amendment. The Customer shall provide updated information to the County I -Net Business Contact via email within five (5) business days should any of the below contact information change. Contact information updates do not require an amendment. I -Net Contacts KING COUNTY CITY OF FEDERAL WAY I -Net Business Contact: Darryl Hunt, I -Net Business Manager Primary Contact: Thomas Fichtner 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, 7th FI Address: 33325 8` Ave S Federal Way, WA Phone: 206-263-8758 98003 E-mail: Darryl - Hunt .kingcounty-qov Phone:253-835-2552 Email: thomas.fichtner(o)cltyoffederalway=corn I -Net Management Contact: Tommy Lee, IT Enterprise Manger Technical Contact: Brian Pearson 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, 7th FI Address: 33325 8` Ave S Federal Way, WA Phone: 206-263-8758 98003 Email: Tom. Lee[a kingcounty.gov Phone: 253-835-2552 Email: brian.pearscn@citvoffederalway.com I -Net Operations Contact: Cise Yare, Network Services Operations Manager Technology Manager: Thomas Fichtner 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, 7th FI Address: 33325 8` Ave S Federal Way, WA Phone: 206-263-7938 98003 Email: Cise.Yare _kin, cq ounty.gov Phone: 253-835-2552 Email: thomas.fichtnerftcityoffederalway.com Invoicing/Payments: Emily Wang, Business and Finance Officer Finance Contact: Donielle Nevels, Accounting 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104 Address: 33325 8th Ave S Federal Way, WA Phone: 206-263-2815 98003 Phone: 253-835-2529 E-mail: Emil .Wan kin count ov Email: Donielle.Nevels @cityoffederalway.com- I-NET Customer Services Contract (CSC) # 01 COFW20 Page 3 of 4 Amendment No. I -Net Contacts continued.... Contracts/Amendments Alison Ward, Contract Manager 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104 Phone: 206-263-3323 E-mail: award6akingcounty gov Contracts Contact: Taryn Weatherford, Legal Assistant Address: 33325 8th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 Phone: 253-835-2562 Email: taryn.weatherfordoDcityoffederalway.com Technical Support/Maintenance Notifications: ` E-mail: operations. network(abkingcounty.gov Phone: 206-263-7000 Help Desk Phone: 253-835-2555 Email: IT. HelpDesk(a)citvoffederalway.com [-NET Customer Services Contract (CSC) # 01COFW20 Page 4 of 4 Amendment No. 1 King County Office of Risk Management Services Department of Executive Services 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 320 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 263-2250 KING COUNTY CERTIFICATE OF SELF-INSURANCE April 1, 2023 — April 1,_2024 This letter is to certify that King County, a charter county government under the constitution of the State of Washington, maintains a fully funded self-insurance program for the protection and handling of the County's liabilities, including injuries to persons and damage to property. Should an incident occur involving the negligence of County employees acting in the scope of their employment, the County's self-insurance program would respond. This letter is also to certify that King County carries a blanket All -Risk property insurance policy to cover damage and physical loss to its property. Please note that this certificate is issued for informational purposes only and neither confers any rights nor constitutes an agreement between King County and any other party. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the King County Office of Risk Management Services. Insurance and Contracts Section at the phone number above. Sincerely, The Office of Risk 'Ma7,.age7ne7,a Sep,vices Insurance and Contracts Section Rev 3/29/2023 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: TOURISM ENHANCEMENT GRANT RECOMMENDATION 2023 POLICY QUESTION: Should FEDRAC approve LTAC's recommendations for the 2023 Tourism Enhancement Grants? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Tama Carter, Economic Development Director DEPT_ Mayor's Office Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Tourism Enhancement Grant Application and Income and Expense Estimate from: • Pacific Raceway for NHRA Nationals, July 21-23, 2023, in the amount of $50,000.00; • Elite Productions for Northern Classic & Sasquatch Pro, Sept. 8-9, 2023, in the amount of $6,000.00; • Miss Washington Volunteer Organization for 2024 Miss Washington State Pageant > and Workshop, Oct. 7-8 & Oct. 27-29, 2023, in the amount of $6,000.00; • Federal Way Harmony Kings for 2023 Evergreen District Chorus & Quartet Contest, Oct 19-21, 2023, in the amount of $5,000.00. Options Considered: 1. Approve 2. Do not approve MAYOR'S REcoNINIFNUATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: S S DIRECTOR APPROVAL: �mmitl counri fad a1117a[e lniliallD c lni[ia] [e COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Tourism Enhancement Grant Request to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. Committee Chair vuk ZOa�% Committee Member ' Committee ember PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to forward the four Tourism Enhancement Grant Requests in the total amount of $67, 000.00 as recommended by FEDRAC. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 15, 2023 TO: Finance, Economic Development & Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) FROM: Tanja Carter, Economic Development Director SUBJECT: LTAC recommendations for Tourism Enhancement Grants FINANCIAL IMPACTS Funding for Tourism Enhancement Grants (TEG) comes from a one percent sales tax collected through a City Lodging Tax. The funds may only be used for tourism related events and festivals, tourism marketing, and capital improvements for tourism -oriented venues with the goal that such funding increases hotel stays in Federal Way and replenishes the lodging tax fund. Annually, the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) requests that City Council budget a portion of the lodging tax collected for TEG's. Should LTAC determine that all TEG requests support tourism enhancement and will replenish the lodging tax fund - but exceed the budgeted amount, a budget amendment can be made to fully fund applications. The below requests, if approved, would require a budget amendment in the amount of $10,500. The remaining balance in the Lodging Tax Fund after the budget amendment is well with the current year's revenue. BACKGROUND The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) met on May 10, 2023 and reviewed all of the requests received for Tourism Enhancement Grants (TEG's). The following is a summary of each event: Pacific Raceways: The NHRA Northwest Nationals at Pacific Raceway is a unique national event. There are only 21 similar events in the country; with the race at Pacific Raceways being the only one in the Pacific Northwest. This event draws competitors from around the country and spectators from neighboring PNW states and Canadian Provinces. The number of spectators, estimated based on previous years attendance, is projected at about 31,000. The race will be televised and is promoted in digital and print media (as well as a spectator mailing list for direct communications). Marketing will begin approximately two weeks prior and will be visible in Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Kent Reporter, Voice of the Valley and multiple other local papers. It will be broadcast same day over two days on FS 1 and FOX on Sunday with an estimated one million viewers. Pacific Raceways will coordinate with Federal Way to ensure the city appears in all digital, print, email, social media and television marketing. Elite Productions. The Northern Classic & Sasquatch Pro bodybuilding competition continues to be a premier event, since 2004 to be held at the PAEC. This event is a national qualifier and the top two places in each open division will qualify to all National competitions. Both national and international competitors and spectators attend the event, travelling here from places such as the UK, Italy, and Alaska. Elite Productions estimates about 1,145 attendees this year and a projected 296 room nights. All athletes attend both days and arrive 1-3 days early. They utilize hotels, restaurants, grocery stores, and local transportation. The event offers health improvement opportunities with several booth exhibits providing services and products towards healthy lifestyles. Miss Washington Volunteer Organization The Miss Washington Volunteer Organization is a nonprofit organization seeking to empower young women across the state through educational scholarships and extraordinary opportunities. Young women between the ages of 13-26 along with their younger mentees ages 5-12 are invited to compete for annual scholarships. Through the course of preparation for the event, a workshop in Federal Way will be held here where young women learn resume and interview skills in preparation for scholastic and job interviews. After a successful 2023 event, the organization is excited to return to the Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center, after the workshop, to crown the 2024 titleholders; expanding the previously held Federal Way event from 3 to 5 days. Funds from the event will supplement the cost of producing the events. Federal Way Harmony Kings The Federal Way Harmony Kings and the Seattle SeaChordsmen are sponsoring the Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest and Convention. Choruses and quartets from the entire Evergreen District of the Barbershop Harmony society encompassing Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia, and Alberta will be competing at the PAEC in Federal Way. Last year's event was very successful with over 550 people participating either as contestants, judges, helpers, and audience members. The Harmony Kings have created a registration process that allows them to track zip codes of attendees. 2023 results showed 170 attendees from out of state in the United States, over 75 from more than 50 miles away in Washington State, 50 or more from Canada and one person, a judge of the contest, from Germany. The Harmony Kings are projecting 240 room nights this year. LODGING TAX ADVISORY RECOMMENDATION The LTAC discusses, reviews, and scores applications which are received during each application period. The following four applications were submitted, reviewed, and are recommended by LTAC for approval by City Council. 2023 TEG Applicants Rd 2 Bate of Event 2D23 Amount Headsln Requested Beds Projected Attendees Contact Person V Event Name .Pacific Raceways July 21-23 $50,000 1961 30,900 John Ramsey NHRA Northwest Nationals Elite Productions Sept 8-9 $6,000 296 1145 Michele Mayberry Northern Classic & Sasquatch Pro Miss Washington Volunteer Organization Oct.7-8 & 27-29 $6,000 1721 6201 Nicole Miller 2024 Miss Washington Volunteer State Pageant& Workshop Federal Way Harmony Kings lOct.19-21 $5,000 1 2401 550 Jim Burbidge 12023 Evergreen District Chorus & Quartet Contest ATTACHMENTS: A. Agenda Bill B. Four TEG Grant Applications CITY OF Federal Way Centered on Opportunify 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant Official Event, Program, or Activity Name: NHRA Northwest Nationals Grant Amount Requested: $50,000 Pacific Raceways Organization Agency Name Federal Tax ID Number John Ramsey General Manager Contact Name Title 31001 144th Ave SE Kent WA 98042 Mailing Address City State Zip (253) 639-5927 johnr@pacificraceways.com Phone Email Address Pacific Raceways July 21-23, 2023 Event Location Event Date(s) www.pacificraceways.com Website Check all service categories that apply to this application: xTourism Promotion/Marketing X Operation of a Special Event/Festival designed to attract tourists ❑ Operation and/or Capital Expenditures of a Tourism -Related Facility owned by a Municipality or a Public Facilities District Check which one of the following applies to your agency: ( .ze: For -Profit orpanuations are currently not eli ibie for any lod in tax funding j ❑ Non -Profit (Attach copy of current non-profit registration with Washington Secretary of State) ❑ Public Agency X Other 2 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportunity GENERAL INFORMATION Is this a new event/facility/marketing program? Yes No _X Has your organization ever applied for a TEG? Yes No _X_ If yes, when? Has your organization received a TEG award in the past? Yes No _X_ If yes, when? Scope (Geographical Reach) of the event: Less than 50 miles (Federal Way, Auburn, etc.) More than 50 miles (Western WA) Statewide Multi -States (Western US) X National International 1. How did you hear about the City of Federal Way Lodging Tax Funding Program? We heard about the program from Tanja Carter, Economic Development Director City of Federal Way. 2. How do you intend to use the Lodging Tax funds if selected as a funding recipient? (Please be as descriptive as possible with the strategy, plan and reasons for yourapplication.) We intend to use the Lodging Tax funds to help promote the NHRA Northwest Nationals to a larger audience of race fans and participants who live outside a 100 mile radius of the racetrack. These fans and participants will need lodging and other city services. In return, we are able to provide the City of Federal Way two times the return on investment with local, regional, and national advertising through a variety of sources including national television exposure. 3. Are you applying for Lodging Tax Funding from another community/ies? No 4. If yes, list the other jurisdiction(s), amount(s) requested and status. Yes. We applied for a grant from the City of Kent for $50,000. We are working on a proposal with the City of Auburn that does not use lodging tax funds. 3 l Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY OF Federal Way Centered on Opportunity FINANCIAL INFORMATION 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant On a separate sheet, attach a budget for the event listing revenues and expenses. In addition to revenue provided by the organization or the event/ facility/marketing program (ticket sales, etc.), include a list of other sources of forecasted revenue support, either those requested and pending or confirmed (sponsorship, grants, etc.). Is this support in -kind or financial? If financial, include the amount. Do you expect to make a profit? Yes No XXX_ Grant helps mitigate loss. 5. What will you or your organization do differently this year that will improve upon last year's/previous event/facility/marketing program(s) With the added resources, we will target four key geographical markets through targeted digital and social media; we will market Federal Way hotels, restaurants and entertainment with emails to current and prospective ticket holders; and we will build a webpage that race fans and teams use when searching for local hotels and restaurants when the visit the Raceway for the NW Nationals and other events throughout the year. 6. What is the overall budget for yourevent/facility/marketing program? $1.5 million - Please provide an itemized list identifying each type of expenditure to be reimbursed. - Separate documents/pages are permitted if more space is needed. Out of market digital advertising $12,500; out of market television advertising (Portland, Spokane, Yakima/Tri-Cities) $10,000; website promotion/advertising $7,500; out of market email campaign $7,500; newsletter advertising/promotion $5,000; webpage development $3,500; social media production/management $4,000. 7. Please identify your top 5 sources of revenues anticipated for your event/facility/marketing program, not including requested City of Federal Way LTAC funds. (Please do not include in -kind contributions.) Source of Revenue Amount Spectator Admission $1,275,000 Parking $95,000 Royalties $80,000 Food / Beverage $64,000 Credentials $13,000 Confirmed? Y/N NO (estimate only) NO (estimate only) NO (estimate only) NO (estimate only) NO (estimate only) Date Funds Available Now thru settlement at settlement in October at settlement in October at settlement in October at settlement in October 8. What will you cut from your proposal or do differently if full funding for your request is not available or not recommended? There would be less digital promotion of Federal Way hotels, restaurants, and entertainment businesses if the proposal were cut back or not funded. The City of Federal Way would receive less exposure through television, event signage, and other strategies to raise awareness of the 4 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 ,k 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportunity Federal Way brand. With a reduction in the proposal, there would be less out -of -area promotion for the event. 9. Please list the risks and challenges to your success and how you plan to mitigate these? Examples include: space, staff, money, time, marketing, etc. The NHRA Northwest Nationals at Pacific Raceways is a unique event. There are only 21 similar races in the country this year. The primary risk is weather. If the weekend rains or is too hot, then attendance is affected like any outdoor sporting event. There is also a risk of key professional racers not attending the event, which likewise affects attendance. Overall spectator attendance contributes to the event's financial success as the major expenses are fixed, with the largest expenses not changing if spectator attendance lags. The race weekend is about 25% day -of -event ticket sales, which means customers are waiting to see the weather forecast or if the professional categories have full fields of drivers before deciding to purchase tickets. We are working with the NHRA to secure commitments from major race teams well before the race to mitigate that risk. We've instituted a ticket price structure that offers a discount for advance ticket sales, making day -of pricing more expensive. Major challenges include raising awareness about the event in select out -of -market locations. This is mitigated through more promotion from this grant and others. Another major challenge is the rising expense of putting on an event of this size with the hundreds of event staff and the specialized equipment needed. Ticket prices have increased this year to help off -set the rising cost of labor, goods, and services. MARKETING On a separate sheet, attach information on how the event will be publicized and marketed. List all publications and media venues (Facebook, Twitter, website, brochures, newspaper, magazines, etc.); in addition to any give away promotional materials that will be used. 10. Describe your tourism -related event/facility/marketing program: Marketing the NHRA Northwest Nationals is a 365-day endeavor that begins at the event itself for the next year and continues forward. Pacific Raceways and the NHRA combine to spend $120,000 advertising the Nationals with non -paid promotion and public relations added to the advertising. Ticket sales begin in late October and run through the event date July 21-23. Digital advertising began in December and peaks prior to the event date. Traditional advertising —TV, radio and outdoor — typical will start six weeks prior to the event date. Advertising sources used include 5 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 1011; 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant centered on Opportunity television, radio, print, digital, email, OTT, and outdoor. 11. Describe why tourists will travel to Federal Way to attend yourevent/facility/marketing program: The NHRA race is a national event, which means it draws competitors and spectators from around the country. There are only 21 national events that run from March through October at major dragstrips from Florida to Washington state and the race at Pacific Raceways is the only NHRA national event in the Pacific Northwest. The race draws competitors from across the country and spectators from the northwestern states and provinces. The numbers of spectators and competitors fill hotels in Auburn and Kent and reaches west to Federal Way and SeaTac. As the 1011 largest city, Federal Way has a lot to offer race fans and participants from quality hotels and restaurants to additional entertainment and other family activities. 12. Describe the prior success (number of attendees, media exposure, etc.) of your event/facility/marketing program in attracting tourists: Last year, advance ticket buyers increased 2.5% over the previous measured year, putting the event on -track for a positive year before attendance was derailed due to excessive heat of 96 degrees plus for the three-day event. The race gets local media exposure from television and print (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Kent Reporter, Voice of the Valley and Ranger Newspaper). The race is carried on a same -day broadcast both Friday and Saturday on FS1 and live network coverage FOX on Sunday. The race receives heavy network promotion two weeks leading up to the event. 13. Describe your target tourist audience (location, demographics, etc.): The NHRA Northwest Nationals is a destination race. We track spectators from five geographical areas: Bellingham/Vancouver BC; Eastern Washington; Vancouver SW Washington/Portland; Washington coast/Peninsula; all other out-of-state. Our P1 demographic is male/female 25-54. Families are a large constituent of the event as children under 12 are free with a parent. The NHRA has long been the most diverse racing series in the U.S. and its audience reflects that with Hispanics being the fastest growing demographic. 6 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 '"k 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF T Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered an Opportunity 14. Describe how you will promote your event/facility/marketing program to attract overnighttourists: We have a mailing list of nearly 5,000 spectators who live outside a 100-mile radius and purchased advance tickets to attend last year's race. They will receive emails and newsletter stories promoting the Northwest Nationals. We will be advertising the race on television in select out -of -market locations. Our advertising strategy also includes geo-fencing and targeting fans with digital advertising outside the Puget Sound region. 15. Describe how you will promote lodging establishments, restaurants, and businesses located in the City of Federal Way. What will the City of Federal Way/Tourism and lodging industry get in return for funding (e.g. logos, links print material, radio, TVetc.)? Pacific Raceways website has pages of information for NHRA Northwest Nationals fans and competitors. There is a tab on the website that features local hotels, restaurants and other entertainment. Federal Way businesses will be featured on those pages. Likewise, they will be promoted in newsletters and social channels. The City would be promoted as a destination for attending fans. As part of the agreement, the City of Federal Way would receive signage positions at the track that returns two times the investment from the Lodging Tax grant awarded to the Raceway. The signage will receive local and regional exposure from race fans and regional and national exposure from network television. EVENT INFORMATION Length of the event/facility/marketing program: One day Two days _XX Three days Four days Five or more days Location of the event/facility/marketing program: Federal Way _XX_South King/North Pierce County Other Tourism Season: XX Peak Season (Jun -Sep) Shoulder Season (Oct, Jan -Mar) Off Season (Nov -Dec, Apr -May) Proposed venue(s): Pacific Raceways Have you confirmed the availability of the proposed dates at the primary venue? Yes _XX_ No Will you have a need for secondary or practice venues? Yes No _XX 7 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 'k 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportumty Proposed schedule of the event for each day: Date Time Date Time Friday, JuIY 21 9 a.m. — 7,p m. Saturday, July 22 9 a.m. - 7 p.m_ Sunday. Julv 23 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EVENT Breakdown of projected attendees over the course of the event: Date: July 21 Date: July 22 i Attendees Attendees 5,000 10,500 Date: 3 my Date: TOTAL Attendees Attendees Attendees Spectators 9,500 25,000 Participants 1,500 1,500 1,500 4,500 Support Staff 350 550 500 1,400 TOTAL ATTENDEES 6,850 12,550 11,500 30,900 8 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 Z CITY OF Federal Way Centered on Opportunity 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant Provide an estimate of where projected attendees will travel from and their projected room nights (total number of rooms for their entire stay) during the event. Attendees Local (less than Regional (Western WA Multi -States Statewide (Western National TOTAL International 1 50 miles) greater than US) 50 miles) I -- Spectators n_ k 6 0 -sue_ 39 L_ S S 1 y 9 to — Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Participants Z� b Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Support S d -6' Z9 k—I 5 22� Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Staff Room nights TOTAL I l Iq(�� Total Projected Attendees _30,900 Total Projected Room Nights ��ct— What types of business do you expect will be affected? Services (gas, mini -marts, etc.) XX. Restaurants _XX LODGING AND HOTEL STAYS Shopping _XX Will you be listing any "Official Lodging" for this event? Yes XX If yes, provide name, address, contact person, and phone number. Entertainment XX No Lodging _XX Contact: John Ramsey, General Manager, Pacific Raceways 31001 144th Ave SE Kent 98042 (253) 639- 5927 Provide all hotels/motels that you will include in all your publicity for the event/facility/marketing program. Not available yet. "Official Lodging" hotels will receive special discount ticket packages to offer guests 9 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY OF Federal Way Condererf on Opportunity 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant List all the hotels/motels where rooms have or will be blocked for spectators, participants, and support staff. We have nothing blocked with Hotels at this time. The NHRA and professional race teams make their -own arrangements. Projected Attendees Hotel/Motel Name Spectators Participants Support Staff State Law Excerpts and Notes (RCW 67.2 .1816) Use Of L o da i rt T ax Fi<►7 Number of Blocked Rooms Lodging tax revenues under this chapter may be used, directly by any municipality or indirectly through a convention and visitor's bureau or destination marketing organization for: a. Tourism marketing; b. Marketing and operations of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists; c. Supporting operations and capital expenditures of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by a municipality or a public facilities district; or d. No longer permitted': Supporting the operations of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by nonprofit organizations described under 26 U.S.C. Sec. 5O1(c)(3) and 26 U.S.C. Sec. 501(c)(6) of the internal 10 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 11 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportunity revenue code of 1986, as amended. *Note that, as of July 1, 2013, capital expenditures for tourism -related facilities owned by nonprofit organizations are no longer ermittgd expenditures of lodging tax funds. Lodging Tax Arlviscqry' Corm_iittee (ii) The local lodging tax advisory committee must select the candidates from amongst the applicants applying for use of revenues in this chapter and provide a list of such candidates and recommended amounts of funding to the municipality for final determination. The municipality may choose only recipients from the list of candidates and recommended amounts provided by the local lodging tax advisory committee. Note that, the State Auditor's Office is interpreting the law to mean that all users of funds, including municipalities, are considered applicants and must follow relevant application procedures. So, cities and counties should submit applications for their own projects to the LTAC. Note that, a city or county does not have to fund the full list as recommended by the LTAC and can choose to make awards in the recommended amounts to all, some, or none of the candidates on the list. Applicant ReporthLq Requirgin In a municipality with a population of five thousand or more, applicants applying for use of revenues must submit their applications and estimates to the local lodging tax advisory committee of how any moneys received will result in increases in the number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip: i. Away from their place of residence or business and staying overnight in paid accommodations; ii. To a place fifty miles or more one way from their place of residence or business for the day or staying overnight; or iii. From another country or state outside of their place of residence or theirbusiness. (c)(i) All recipients must submit a report to the municipality describing the actual number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip. Note that, local governments, as part of their contract with recipients, should require that the final report be provided immediately after the event or activity. Local governments will then, in turn, reportthis information annually to JLARC using their online reporting system. RCW 67.28.080 - Definitions. 1. "Acquisition" includes, but is not limited to, siting, acquisition, design, construction, refurbishing, expansion, repair, and improvement, including paying or securing the payment of all or any portion of general obligation bonds, leases, revenue bonds, or other obligations issued or incurred for such purpose or purposes under this chapter. 2. "Municipality" means any county, city or town of the state of Washington. 3. "Operation" includes, but is not limited to, operation, management, and marketing. 4. "Person" meansthefederal government orany agency thereof, the state or any agency, subdivision, taxing district or municipal corporation thereof other than county, city or town, any private corporation, partnership, association, or individual. 5. "Tourism" means economic activity resulting from tourists, which may include sales of overnight lodging, meals, tours, gifts, or souvenirs. 6. "Tourism promotion" means activities, operations, and expenditures designed to increase tourism, including but not limited to advertising, publicizing, or otherwise distributing information for the purpose of attracting and welcoming tourists; developing strategiesto expand tourism; operating tourism promotion agencies; and funding 11I Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 1% 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportunity the marketing of or the operation of special events and festivals designed to attract tourlsts. 7. "Tourism -related facility" means real or tangible personal property with a usable life of three or more years, or constructed with volunteer labor, and used to support tourism, performing arts, or to accommodate tourist activities. The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: Applicant's Printed Name: Applicant's Title: Date A zc) 12 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023 NHRA Northwest Nationals Proposed Budget REVENUE 1,275,000 Spectator Admission 13,000 Credentials 12,000 Sponsorships 80,000 Royalties 64,000 Food & Beverage 200 Program Sales 95,000 Parking 1,539,200 TOTAL REVENUE BUDGET NHRA EXPENSES 790,000 Prize Money 132,970 Business Operations 120,000 Advertising 25,000 Promotion On -Site 2,600 Pre -Event Promotion 85,000 Parking Expense 1,155,570 TOTAL NHRA EXENSES 383,630 PRE -EVENT NET 191,815 50% NHRA/Track Split TRACK ONLY REVENUE 40,000 Hospitality TRACK ONLY EXPENSES 123,000 Track Weekend Labor 125,000 Track Operational Costs -16,185 TRACK NET (loss) Proposed 2023 NHRA Northwest Nationals Advertising Budget TV Placement KCPQ-FOX 9,510 Out of Market TV 10,000 Comcast Cable 12,500 TV Production 1,150 Voice -Over 1,500 Total 34,660 Radio Placement KZO K 6,000 KKW F 6,000 Total 12,000 Digital Placement Paciolan Digital 50,000 OTT 15,000 NHRA Texting 1,000 Total Digital 66,000 Print Placement Ranger Newspaper 1,500 Total Print 1,500 Outdoor Placement Lamar Outdoor 5,000 Total Outdoor 5,800 TOTAL PROPOSED 119,960 Pi.A AMEVArAYS Tie Place ro Race February 11th (Sat) All Motorsports Swap Meet 26th (Sun) Audi Club NW March 12th (Sun) Alfa Romeo Club 18th (Sat) BMW CCA Northwest Region 19th (Sun) Springfest 25th (Sat) Private TNT March 31st thru April 1st Northwest Road Racers (Karting) April 2nd (Sun) Junior ET #1 8th (Sat) Drags 9th (Sun) Drags 14th (Fri) BMW CCA Northwest Region 15th (Sat) Junior ET #2 16th (Sun) Junior ET #3 21st thru 23rd (Fri thru Sun) SOVREN Spring Sprints (Vintage) 28th (Fri) Porsche Club of America 29th (Sat) Audi Club NW 30th(Sun)IFO May 3rd (Wed) Test N Tune 6th (Sat) A Street Automotiue Gold Cup ET Bracket Series #1 7th (Sun) High School Drags 11th (Thur) 2-Fast (Motorcycles) 12th (Fri) Car Club Challenge I TNT 13th (Sat) Private Drags 17th (Wed) Alfa Romeo Club 19th (Fri) BMW CCA Northwest Region 19th (Fri) Full Blown Frenzy Night TNT 20th thru 21st (Sat thru Sun) Full Blown Frenzy 24th (Wed) Test N Tune 26th thru 29th (Fri thru Mon) SCCA US Majors Pacific Grand Prix June 1st (Thur) 2-Fast (Motorcycles) 2nd thru 4th (Fri thru Sun) Lucky Dog Racing League 7th (Wed) Test N Tune 9th thur 11th (Fri thru Sun) IRDC Conference (Sports Cars) 14th (Wed) Private Drag Race 16th (Fri) BMW CCA Northwest Region 16th (Fri) Car Club Challenge I Grudge Only TNT 17th thru 18th (Sat thru Sun) WCG Grudgement Days 21st (Wed) Alfa Romeo Club 22nd (Thurs) Porsche Club of America 23rd (Fri) Car Club Challenge I Junior ET #4 1 TNT 24th (Sat) A Street Automotiue ET #2 and #3 1 Junior ET #5 2023 Race Schedule 31001144th Aue SE. Kent. WA 98042 July 5th (Wed) Test N Tune 7th (Fri)) 2-Fast (Motorcycles) 7th (Fri) Car Club Challenge I Junior ET #6 1 TNT 8th (Sat) A Street Automotiue ET #4 1 Junior ET #7 8th' (Sat) A Street Automotiue ET #5 13th (Thur) Mustangs NW 14th (Fri) Car Club Challenge I TNT 14th thru 16th (Fri thru Sun) IRDC Conference (Sports Cars) 15th (Sat) Private Drags 21st thru 23rd (Fri thru Sun) 34th Annual Flau-R- Pac NHRA Northwest Nationals 28th (Fri) 35th Annual Griot's Garage Goodguys Pacific NW Nationals 29th' (Sat) A Street Automotiue ET #6 30th (Sun) Hondafest August 9th thru 13th (Wed thru Sun) 48th Annual Lucas Oil Diuisional Drag Race 17th (Thurs) Porsche Club of America 18th (Fri) BMW CCA Northwest Region 18th (Fri) Car Club Challenge I Junior ET #8 19th (Sat) Mark Lyle Junior Dragster 5k Inuitational 19th' (Sat) A Street Automotiue ET #7 20th (Sun) A Street Automotiue ET #8 23rd (Wed) Drag TNT 24th (Thur) 2-Fast (Motorcycles) 25th (Fri) Drag Rac ing 26th (Sat) Bracketkings Showdown 27th (Sun) IFO September 1st thru 3rd (Fri thru Sun) WMRRA (Motorcycles) Sth thru IOth (Fri thru Sun) WCG Gaptoberfest 20th (Wed) Private Drag Racing 21st (Thur) 2-Fast (Motorcycles) 22nd (Fri) Porsche Club of America 23rd thru 24th (Sat thru Sun) SOVREN Fall Finale October 1st (Sun) Alfa Romeo Club 5th (Thurs) Private TNT 6th thru 8th (Fri thru Sun) Pacific Raceways Road Course Inuitational 14th (Sat) Test N Tune 15th (Sun) Test N Tune 22nd (Sun) Fallfest 28th (Sat) Test N Tune 29th (Sun) Trunk R Treat Nouember 5th (Sun) Alfa Romeo Club June 29th thru July 2nd (Thur thru Sun) Annual Pacific Wednesday and Friday gates open at 4:30 unless otherwise noted. Northwest Historics "Reuised 01/19/2023 "Alt Euents Are Subjust to Change. Refer to Our Website for the Most Up -To -Date Information." PA4MI F►C MWAff CE RAWAN YS T/s� O/ice co Rice Road Course Euent Dates March 31st - April 1st Northwest Road Racers (Karting) April 21st - 23rd SOVREN Spring Sprints (Vintage) May 26th - 29th SCCA US Majors Pacific Grand Prix June 2nd - 4th Lucky Dog Racing League June 9th - tlth IRDC Conference (Sports Cars) June 29th - July 2nd 35th Annual Pacific Northwest Historics July 14th -16th IRDC Conference (Sports Cars) September 1st - 3rd WMRRA (Motorcycles) September 23rd - 24th SOVREN Fall Finale October 6th - 8th PR Inuitational 2023 Road Course Schedule 31001144th Aue SE. Kent. WA 98042 Road Course Club Dates Alfa Romeo Club NW March 12th, May 17th June 21st, October 1st Nouember 5th BMW CCA Northwest Region March 18th, April 14th, May 19th June 16th, August 18th Audi Club NW February 26th, April 29th Porsche Club of America April 28th, June 22nd, August 17th September 22nd 2-Fast (Motorcycles) May 11th, June 1st, July 7th, August 24th September 21st Mustangs NW July 13th -Reuised 01/19/2023 "All Euents Are Subjust to Change, Refer to Our Website for the Most up -To -Date Information." February 4th, 5th, 25th March 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th,17th, 24th, 27th April 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th May 3rd, 4th, 5th, 5th Twilight, l0th,10th Twilight, 12th, 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th, 26th Twilight, 27th June 2nd, 2nd Twilight, 7th, 8th, 9th Twilight,l0th Twilight, l4th,15th, 21st, 23rd, 28th, 28th Twilight, July 5th, 6th, 12th, 12th Twilight, 27th August 16th,16th Twilight, 23rd, 30th, 30th Twilight September 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 27th, 28th October 4th,11th, 12th,13th,18th,19th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 27th Nouember 3rd, 4th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 25th December 2nd, 9th,10th, 30th 41k CITY Federalo. Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Read the Overview and Instructions before completing the application. Applications may be mailed, e- mailed or dropped -off to the address below. If submitting by e-mail, please have a signed electronic version included. The applications are to be sent to: ATTN:LTAC City of Federal Way 33325 8`" Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Tim.Johnson@CityofFederalWay. Qom Applicants will be notified of the date and time their application will be reviewed by the Tourism Enhancement Grant (TEG) Subcommittee. It is recommended that a representative of your organization be on hand at the review to answer questions from the TEG Subcommittee. Applicant's Name: I I I I j, iT-, 1-,, 11 LTL/I I ✓ i. Name of Organization: �C W ?� d Li CM O-A Mailing 3a 2- S 2-9 5til P L. Fede Website Address: U/ W Vi),1 n o c+ Ir ] er n cA n f� Applicant's E-Mail Address: ri 1 . WWII For Profit Non -Profit Which Type: 501(c)3 501(c)6 other? (include copy of current state or federal non-profit registration) State Domiciled: a�0L/_)3 Daytime Telephone: �� J 2 `7 Fax: Official Event Name: `�iiLfn VI��1 G7 I� PC J r•'C L!/!�� 1 Proposed Date(s) of Event (MM/DD/YY): �&Lp iL S Z 1+ GRANT AMOUNT REQUESTED $ `; �, D Ltx) Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 Is this a new event program? Yes T Has your organization ever applied for a TEG? Yes Has your organization received a TEG award in the past? Scope of the event: Less than 50 miles (Federal Way, Auburn, etc.) More than 50 miles (Western WA) Statewide Multi -States (Western US) National International No X 07-/- No If yes, when? Yes �_ No Briefly describe the event and how it will improve/increase tourism activities in Federal Way. 1-3 JAI Is there a cultural or educational value to the event? If yes, please explain. bo F4 FINANCIAL INFORMATION 1 hl On a separate sheet, attach a budget for the event listing revenues and expenses. In addition to revenue provided by the organization or the event (ticket sales, etc.), include a list of other sources of forecasted revenue support, either those requested and pending or confirmed (sponsorship, grants, etc.). Is this support in -kind or financial? If financial, include the amount. Do you expect to make a profit?Yes X No If yes, how much? t m5D 0 j f TTourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 MARKETING On a separate sheet, attach information on how the event will be publicized and marketed. List all publications and media venues (Facebook, Twitter, website, brochures, newspaper, magazines, etc.); in addition to any give away promotional materials that will be used. EVENT INFORMATION Length of the event: One day X. Two days Three days Four days Five or more days Location of the event: "X Federal Way South King/North Pierce County Other Tourism Season: i� Peak Season (Jun -Sep) Shoulder Season (Oct, Jan -Mar) Off Season (Nov -Dec, Apr -May) Proposed venue(s): _ T--cWC Have you confirmed the availability of the proposed dates at the primary venue? Yes >( No Will you have a need for secondary or practice venues? Yes No Proposed schedule of the event for each day: _I g '1q. 1 123 /L)- a1C-71�Z_3 2) prn Tourism Enhancement Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EVENT Breakdown of projected attendees over the course of the event: Date: q � � Date: Date; ci Date: TOTAL Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Spectators (� Participants t G0 J G 0 2,0 Support Staff 2-0 � L� TOTAL ATTENDEES Z +S / V Provide an estimate of where projected attendees will travel from and their projected room nights (total number of rooms for their entire stay) during the event. Local Regional (Western WA Multi -States TOTAL Attendees (less than greater than Statewide (Western National International 50 miles 50 miles) U5 } Spectators _ Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights niig�hts Room nights Room nights 2"13 2 I C/ SS Participants Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights 5 5 S 1 0 �� L support Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights staff Room nights TOTAL :?;,o ? G D Total Projected Attendees Total Projected Room Nights What types of business do you expect will be affected? Services (gas, mini -marts, etc.) - — X Entertainment Restaurants \ Shopping . -Lodging -a ( Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 LODGING AND HOTEL STAYS Will you be listing any "Official Lodging" for this event? Yes No If yes, provide name, address, contact person, and phone number. .2-6 3 - -7 Ci 7 -- 09-&Cl Provide all hotels/motels that you will include in all your publicity for the event. List all the hotels/motels where rooms have or will be blocked for spectators, participants, and support staff. Projected Attendees I Hotel/Motel Name Spectators Participants G ' Support Staff Number of Blocked Rooms U0 0 D ? Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017 The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: Applicant's Printed Name: Applicant's Title: i �e, r rz)4Y 6� G f� b ! Date: 6 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised Sept. 2017� 41k CITY OF Federal Way conrprvd or, Opporrcrniry 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant Official Event, Program, or Activity Name: Grant Amount Requested. $69000 2024 Miss Washington Volunteer State Pageant & Workshop Miss Washington Volunteer Organization Organization/Agency Name Nicole Miller Contact Name 10814 53rd Ave W 87-3526148 Federal Tax ID Number Executive Director Title Mukilteo WA 98275 -Mailing Address City State Zip 425-870-5235 Phone Federal Wa PAEC misswavol@comcast.net Email Address Oct 7/8 & Oct 27-29, 2023 Event Location Event Date(s) www.misswashingtonvolunteer.com Website Check all service categories that apply to this application ❑ Tourism Promotion/Marketing ® Operation of a Special Event/Festival designed to attract tourists ❑ Operation and/or Capital Expenditures of a Tourism -Related Facility owned by a Municipality or a Public Facilities District Check which one of the following applies to your agency: (1—e. For -Profit ar anixations are currently,not eligible for arty lodglnz tax funding.) ® Non-Profit(Attach copy of current non-profit registration with Washington Secretary of State) ❑ Public Agency ❑ Other 2 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 arr oe — 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Centered on Opportunity GENERAL INFORMATION Is this a new event/facility/marketing program? Yes No X Has your organization ever applied for a TEG? Yes X No If yes, when? 10/2022 Has your organization received a TEG award in the past? Yes X No If yes, when? 01/2023 Scope (Geographical Reach) of the event: Less than 50 miles (Federal Way, Auburn, etc.) More than 50 miles (Western WA) X Statewide Multi -States (Western US) X National International 1. How did you hear about the City of Federal Way Lodging Tax Funding Program? Referral from Brian Hoffman and 2023 recipient 2. How do you intend to use the Lodging Tax funds if selected as a funding recipient? (Please be as descriptive as possible with the strategy, plan and reasons for yourapplication.) After a successful 2023 event, we are excited to return to the Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center to crown our 2024 titleholders. We look forward to continuing to work with our partners at the LaQuinta and are planning to bring a second related event to Federal Way. Previously held at the Westfield Southcenter Mall, our workshop weekend event will bring visitors to to Federal Way expanding our total event duration in Federal Way from 3 to 5 days. Funds From the grant will supplement the facilities and cost of producing two weekend events. 3. Are you applying for Lodging Tax Funding from another community/ies? No X 4. If yes, list the other jurisdiction(s), amount(s) requested and status. 3 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY 4F Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant C rn rr•red on Opporrum ry FINANCIAL INFORMATION On a separate sheet, attach a budget for the event listing revenues and expenses. In addition to revenue provided by the organization or the event/ facility/marketing program (ticket sales, etc.), include a list of other sources of forecasted revenue support, either those requested and pending or confirmed (sponsorship, grants, etc.). is this support in -kind or financial? If financial, include the amount. Do you expect to make a profit? Yes No X If yes, how much? 5. What will you or your organization do differently this year that will improve upon last year's/previous event/facility/marketing program(s)? After a survey of existing, past and potential participants, we are moving the event earlier in the season to minimize conflicts with travel conditions (travel over the pass) as well as school/vacation conflicts. Additionally, we are planning to move our pre -event workshop to Federal Way Oct 7-8. 6. What is the overall budget for yourevent/facility/marketing program? - Please provide an itemized list identifying each type of expenditure to be reimbursed. - Separate documents/pages are permitted if more space is needed. See Attached 7. Please identify your top 5 sources of revenues anticipated for your event/facility/marketing program, not including requested City of Federal Way LTAC funds. (Please do not include in -kind contributions.) Source of Revenue Amount Confirmed? Y/N Date Funds Available Ticket Sales $ $12,000 Estimate, Not Confirmed September 2023 Misc Fundraising $ $5,000 Estimate, Not Confirmed September 2023 Program Advertising $ $7,000 Estimate, Not Confirmed September 2023 Entry Fees $ $17,000 Estimate, Not Confirmed September 2023 Donations $ $5,000 Estimate, Not Confirmed September 2023 8. What will you cut from your proposal or do differently if full funding for your request is not available or not recommended? Reduced Staff, Meals, Facility Time, Production Expenses, Scholarship Awards 4 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY OF Q Federal Way Cenrered on oppxrtuniry 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant 9. Pleipse list the risks and challenges to your success and how you plan to mitigate these? Examples include: space, staff, money, time, marketing, etc. In our third year for this annual event, we have data to help us predict future income and expenses. We have set our budget for this event based on our past actuals. Our primary risk is reduced participation, however based on feedback, we are mitigating this risk by moving the event from January to October. We also received positive feedback from our participants and vendors, many of whom have already pledged participation for our next event MARKETING On a separate sheet, attach information on how the event will be publicized and marketed. List all publications and media venues (Facebook, Twitter, website, brochures, newspaper, magazines, etc.); in addition to any give away promotional materials that will be used. 10. Describe your tourism -related event/facility/marketing program: The Miss Washington Volunteer Organization is a non profit organization seeking to empower young women across the state through educational scholarships and extraordinary opportunities. Young women between the ages of 13 and 26 along with their younger mentees ages 5-12, are invited to compete for over $17,500 in scholarships annually. 11. Describe why tourists will travel to Federal Way to attend your eve nt/facility/marketing program: With young women participants from all corners of the state with strong support groups behind them, our program fundamentally attracts tourists from outside Federal Way. Additionally, we are supported by a national organization that attracts visitors from outside our state. Since our events are held over multiple days, it is customary for participants and. spectators to stay overnight. The proximity of the lodging facilities to the FWPAEC make this an ideal location for this event. 12. Describe the prior success (number of attendees, media exposure, etc.) of your event/facility/marketing program in attracting tourists: While only in our third year, we have seen consistent participation over those first two years and we are expecting an increase in participation this year as wvid restrictions are fully behind us and our representatives are able to fully interact with our community. We are also increasing our respect within the pageant community as is evident in the increase in interest, we have experienced in the few months since our last event. To date, we have seen an increase in interest forms of 100% over this time last year. 13, Describe your target tourist audience (location, demographics, etc.): Our event is targeted for young women ages 5-26 as participants. These participants are supported by a large network of friends and family members. Therefore as spectators, we see people of all ages and genders attending the pageant competitions over the weekend. 5 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 z 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant C:•nr�r(-d tui 0oport'Falfry 14. Describe how you will promote your event/facility/marketing program to attract overnighttourists: Our program is designed to attract participants from across the state. Last year young women participated, representing their hometowns of. Pullman, Toledo, Duval, Puyallup, Tacoma, Bremerton, Seattle, Hoquiam, Enumclaw, Gig Harbor, Spokane, Mukilteo Shelton, Olympia, North Bend, Vancouver, Napavine, Tahuya, Spanaway, Kennewick, Omak, Battleground, Everett and Port Orchard Their friends and family from across the state will join them for the 3-day event, requiring overnight stays. 15. Describe how you will promote lodging establishments, restaurants, and businesses located in the City of Federal Way. What will the City of Federal Way/Tourism and lodging industry get in return for funding (e.g. logos, links print material, radio, TVetc.)? Through our web site, social media, print materials and director marketing, spectators and participants will be directed to our host hotels. Logos for City of Federal Way, LaQuinta and Courtyard Marriott will be prominently displayed on all materials promoting the event, in the program book and on stage. Logos will also be featured in our signage at local events such as UW Football/Baseball and BB Walk. EVENT INFORMATION Length of the event/facility/marketing program: One day Two days Three days Four days X Five or more days Location of the event/facility/marketing program: X Federal Way South King/North Pierce County Other Tourism Season: Peak Season (Jun -Sep) X Shoulder Season (Oct, Jan -Mar) Off Season (Nov -Dec, Apr -May) Proposed venue(s): _, Have you confirmed the availability of the proposed dates at the primary venue? Yes X No Will you have a need for secondary or practice venues? Yes No X Proposed schedule of the event for each day: Date Time Date Time October 7, 2023 9:00am-7:00pm October 8, 2023 9:00am-4:00pm October 27, 2023 9:00am-7:00pm October 28, 2023 9:00am-10:00pm October 29, 2023 9:00am-5:00pm 6 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 crry 0, * 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant C en trrr rl eyn C]rjroy ttmi f y ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EVENT Breakdown of projected attendees over the course of the event: Date:10/7-8 Date:10/27 Date:10/28 Date:10/29 TOTAL Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Spectators 20 75 175 275 545 Participants 40 40 40 40 40 Support Staff 5 35 35 35 35 TOTAL ATTENDEES 65 150 250 350 620 Provide an estimate of where projected attendees will travel from and their projected room nights (total number of rooms for their entire stay) during the event. Local Regional (Western WA Multi -States TOTAL Attendees (less than greater than Statewide (Western National International 50 miles) 50 miles) US) -- 4+26 5% 4+20 6.5 2 2 1 Spectators Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights 8+25 4+10 8+20 75 Participants Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights 2+9 5 5 9 2 32 Support staff Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights TOTAL 74 26 57 11 4 172 Total Projected Attendees 620 Total Projected Room Nights 172 What types of business do you expect will be affected? Services (gas, mini -marts, etc.) X Restaurants X Shopping X Entertainment X Lodging X 7 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 .City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF �/ Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Cenrered on Oppnrrunrry LODGING AND HOTEL STAYS Will you be listing any "Official Lodging" for this event? Yes X No If yes, provide name, address, contact person, and phone number. LaQuinta Inn & Suites Attn: Kya Stweart 253-797-0262 31611 Pete von Reichbauer Way South, Federal Way, Washington 98003 Provide all hotels/motels that you will include in all your publicity forthe event/facility/marketing program. LaQuinta Inn & Suites Attn: Kya Stweart 253-797-0262 31611 Pete von Reichbauer Way South, Federal Way, Washington 98003 Courtyard Marriott Seattle Federal Way 31910 Gateway Center Blvd S, Federal Way, WA 98003 List all the hotels/motels where rooms have or will be blocked for spectators, participants, and support staff. Projected Attendees Hotel/Motel Name r Spectators LaQuinta Courtvard Marriott Participants Support Staff LaQuinta Coutyard Marriott LaQuinta Number of Blocked Rooms 30 5 I 35 5 y 8 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 12023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC C", aF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Cenrored on Opportunity State Law Excerpts and Notes Lodging tax revenues under this chapter maybe used, directly by any municipality or indirectly through a convention and visitor's bureau or destination marketing organization for: a. Tourism marketing; b. Marketing and operations of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists; c. Supporting operations and capital expenditures of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by a municipality or a public facilities district; or d. No longer permitted': Supporting the operations of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by nonprofit organizatlons described under 26 U.S,C. Sec. 501(c)(3) and 26 U.S.C. Sec. 501(c)(6) of the internal revenue code of 1986, as amended. "Note that, as of July 1, 2013, capital expenditures for tourism -related facilities owned by nonprofit organizations are no Ioniger permitted expenditures of lodging tax funds. 1, wilu fag Tux RtlLkoa Coma (ii) The local lodging tax advisory committee must select the candidates from amongst the applicants applying for use of revenues in this chapter and provide a list of such candidates and recommended amounts of funding to the municipality for final determination. The municipality may choose only recipients from the list of candidates and recommended amounts provided by the local lodging tax advisory committee. Note that, the State Auditor's Office is Interpreting the law to mean that all users of funds, including municipalities, are considered applicants and must follow relevant application procedures. So, cities and counties should submit applications for their own projects to the LTAC. Note that, a city or county does not have to fund the full list as recommended by the LTAC and can choose to make awards in the recommended amounts to all, some, or none of the candidates on the list. t1111!licrrirc Rejgwr mu : f ►ire►r et In a municipality with a population of five thousand or more, applicants applying for use of revenues must submit their applications and estimates to the local lodging tax advisory committee of how any moneys received will result in increases in the number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip: i. Away from their place of residence or business and staying overnight in paid accommodations; ii. To a place fifty miles or more one way from their place of residence or business for the day or staying overnight; or iii. From another country or state outside of their place of residence or their business. (c)(i) All recipients must submit a report to the municipality describing the actual number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip. Note that, local governments, as part of their contract with recipients, should require that the final report be provided immediately after the event or activity. Local governments will then, in turn, report this Information annually to JLARC using their online reporting system. 9 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant Cierirererr on Oppnrruniry RCW 67.28.080 - Definitions. 1. "Acquisition" includes, but is not limited to, siting, acquisition, design, construction, refurbishing, expansion, repair, and improvement, including paying or securing the payment of all or any portion of general obligation bonds, leases, revenue bonds, or other obligations issued or incurred for such purpose or purposes under this chapter. 2. "Municipality" means any county, city or town of the state of Washington. 3. "Operation" includes, but is not limited to, operation, management, and marketing. 4. "Person" means the federal government or any agency thereof, the state or any agency, subdivision, taxing district or municipal corporation thereof other than county, city or town, any private corporation, partnership, association, or individual. 5. "Tourism" means economic activity resulting from tourists, which may include sales of overnight lodging, meals, tours, gifts, or souvenirs. 6. "Tourism promotion" means activities, operations, and expenditures designed to increase tourism, including but not limited to advertising, publicizing, or otherwise distributing information for the purpose of attracting and welcoming tourists; developing strategies to expand tourism; operating tourism promotion agencies; and funding the marketing of or the operation of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists. 7. "Tourism -related facility" means real or tangible personal property with a usable life of three or more years, or constructed with volunteer labor, and used to support tourism, performing arts, or to accommodate tourist activities. The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: Applicant's Printed Name: Nicole Miller Applicant's Title: Executive Director Date: April 14, 2023 10 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 Miss Washington Volunteer FY 2023 Budget Report Funds available at beginning of financial year (07/01/2023) $1,455.00 Sponsorship Budgeted Income Budgeted Expenses Budget Net Scholarships (Preliminary Award Winners) Sponsor Activity (VIP Reception, Ticket Fees, Parking, Dress Trip, Trunk Show) Send Off Event Sponsorship Totals Fundraisers Silent Auction Peoples Choice Misc Fundraisers (Resale Event) Fundraisers Totals State Pageant Facility Hotel Rooms (Judges and Staff) State Awards (Banners, Crowns, Trophies, Flowers, Crown Boxes) Local Awards (Banners and Crowns - Income Purchased Crowns) Contestant Tshirts Contestant Party Production (Stage Decor) Program Book (Advertising, Printing, Sales) Ticket Sales Judges Transportation Miss Volunteer Entry Fees Contestant Meals Judges Meals Evergreen Queen Cash Awards Staff Meals Winter Workshop Facility Winter Workshop Supplies State Pageant Totals National Pageant Teen & Miss Airfare Board Travel and Accommodations Board Admission Tickets National Pageant Totals Administration $19,000.00 ($20,000.00) ($1,000.00) ($1,500.00) ($1,500.00) $500.00 ($300.00) $200.00 $19,500.00 ($21,800.00) ($2,300.00) Budgeted Income Budgeted Expenses Budget Net $1,600.00 - $1,600.00 $8,000.00 ($4,000.00) $4,000.00 $600.00 - $600.00 $10,300.00 ($4,000.00) $6,300.00 Budgeted Income Budgeted Expenses Budget Net ($13,500.00) ($13,500.00) - ($3,200.00) ($3,200.00) ($4,000.00) ($4,000.00) - ($1,000.00) ($1,000.00) $300.00 ($700.00) ($400.00) - ($700.00) ($700.00) ($3,500.00) ($3,500.00) $6,000.00 ($3,000.00) $3,000.00 $12,000.00 - $12,000.00 - ($500.00) ($500.00) $17,830.00 - $17,830.00 ($550.00) ($550.00) ($500.00) ($500.00) - ($1,250.00) ($1,250.00) - ($500.00) ($500.00) - ($1,500.00) ($1,500.00) - ($250.00) ($250.00) $36,130.00 ($34,650.00) $1,480.00 Budgeted Income Budgeted Expenses Budget Net - ($800.00) ($800.00) - ($2,000.00) ($2,000.00) - ($1,000.00) ($1,000.00) ($3,800.00) ($3,800.00) Budgeted Income Budgeted Expenses Budget Net Miss Volunteer Franchise Fees Miss Teen Volunteer Franchise Fees Business Fees (IRS Fees, State Fees, Bank Set Up Fees) Advertising / Paperwork Printing and Mailing - 2023 Carry Over Expenses - Administration Totals Grand Totals ($5,000.00) ($5,000.00) ($1,500.00) ($1,500.00) ($1,799.00) ($1,559.00) ($500.00) ($500.00) ($500.00) ($500.00) ($9,299.00) ($9,299.00) $65,930.00 ($73,549.00) ($7,619.00) Projected bank balance if on budget ($6,164.00) Miss Washington Volunteer — Marketing Plan: Social Media Posting: 3-5 times per week - Sponsor Stories and Highlights3-5 times per month Facebook: https://www.face book.com/misswavolpagea n t https.,//www, f acebook.commisswashin tonvolunteei- https-://www.facebook-com/profile.php?idz 100077386219849 httgs://www.facebook.com/missvolunteera merica Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misswavoIpageant/ https://wwvv.instMrani.com/mis5wavoI/ https:ZZwww.instagram.com/mi.s.swateenvoi/ https://www.iiistagram.com/missvolunteeramericapap,/ TickTok: @misswavol Web Site: www.misswashin tonvolunteer.corn Printed: Business cards with QR Code All title holders have autograph cards for promotion when out in the community. Advertising Flyers to community colleges, dance schools, vocal teachers and theater groups. In Person: Husky Stadium (the Zone) — Free promo give aways via spinning wheel including business cards with QR code UW Baseball Stadium - Free promo give aways via spinning wheel including business cards with QR code Federal Way State of the City — Free promo give aways including business cards with QR code Best Buddies Friendship Walk — Craft table including signage and business cards with QR code Federal Way Car Show — Volunteer, Autograph Card Distribution Miscellaneous Parades, Appearances etc — Autograph Card and Business Card distribution Advertising: Each contestant is encouraged to sell advertising in the Miss Washington Volunteer Program Book. Contact is made directly with business owners across the state. WWI SAMANTHA SCRU L r ••s; I;!• r rlr.r •. �I a H�►IGT�hi C. TEEN Sew RIPL€Y RA MOS �'' { ►ter c�E►�tr��.:r� ]Pia tf. �]r.� rrr.r •�4�. , - �& S �1NItiti �r �'WG ON W_ ASFlINGTON _ � � fFf� 4illllkflFli �011ltil4[R _ �.. ❑ ❑ ❑ Y � ? n ❑ ;L INO j ^ji r At `i i' Scholarship Pageant Miss Washington Volunteer The Miss Volunteer America is a nationwide, service -oriented scholarship program that seeks to ernpower young women across the country through educational scholarships and extraordinary npportunities, Miss Wa,hington Volunteer is, open to younq women ages 18-26 Areas of Competition 25% Talent 25% Evening Gown 0 25% Interview IS 25% Fitness Teen Volunteer Ages 13-18 Evergreen Teen Ages 13-19 No Talent Competition of the Treasury Date: rioDepartment Internal Revenue Service 08/17/2022 Tax Exempt and Government Entities Employer ID number: JDQ P.O. Box 2508 87-3526148 Cincinnati, OH 45201 Person to contact: Name: Customer Service ID number: 31954 Telephone: 877-829-5500 MISS WASHINGTON VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION Accounting period ending: CIO NICOLE June 30 10814 53RD AVE W Form990-PF required: M U K I LTEO, WA 98275 Yes Effective date of exemption: August 30, 2021 Addendum applies: No DLN: 26053624003722 , Dear Applicant: We're pleased to tell you we determined you're exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to you under IRC Section 170. You're also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522. This letter could help resolve questions on your exempt status. Please keep it for your records. Organizations exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3) are further classified as either public charities or private foundations. We determined you're a private foundation within the meaning of Section 509(a). You're required to file Form 990-PF, Return of Private Foundation or Section 4947(a)(1) Trust Treated as Private Foundation, annually, whether or not you have income or activity during the year. I f you don't file a required return or notice for three consecutive years, your exempt status will be automatically revoked. If we indicated at the top of this letter that an addendum applies, the enclosed addendum is an integral part of this letter. For important information about your responsibilities as a tax-exempt organization, go to www.irs.gov/charities. Enter "4221-PF" in the search bar to view Publication 4221-PF, Compliance Guide for 501(c)(3) Private Foundations, which describes your recordkeeping, reporting, and disclosure requirements. Sincerely, 111� a- . ofw�w Stephen A. Martin Director, Exempt Organizations Rulings and Agreements Letter 1076 lRev. 2-2020) Catalog Number 35161A 1 y11p S,rA!rES Op Secretary of State I, KIM WYMAN, Secretary of State of the State of Washington and custodian of its seal, hereby issue this ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION to MISS WASHINGTON VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION A WA NONPROFIT CORPORATION, effective on the date indicated below. 1889 Effective Date: 08/30/2021 UBI Number: 604 802 326 Gi\al tinder my hand and the Seal ol'the State of Washington at Olympia. the State Capital Kiin Wyman. Secretary of State Date Issued: 08/30/2021 Miss Washington Volunteer 10814 53rd Ave W Mukilteo, WA 98275 misswavol@comcast.net 425-870-5235 April 14, 2023 ATTN: LTAC City of Federal Way 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Dear Kathy Horne and Lodging Tax Advisory Committee: Thank you for the opportunity to apply for the City of Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant. We are excited for the opportunity to bring our bright, goal oriented and future leaders to the city of Federal Way and to make it our home for the second year in a row. We are continuing our efforts to connect with the community of Federal Way though the Federal Way State of the City and plan to continue our partnership with the Lion's Club by volunteering at their annual car. We look forward to continuing to develop relationships with the Federal Way community not only through our annual event, but through year-round opportunities. Enclosed please find our application and supporting documents. If any additional information is required or if there is anything that needs clarification, please contact me at 425-870-5235 or misswavol d�corncas*..net. Thank you for your consideration, Nicole Miller Miss Washington Volunteer — Executive Director www.misswashingtonvolunteer.com �tYE1F Federal Way on Qpp"'I..... ry 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant „M.. , or,,,,, ,,,, �;,,;,,, �, ,,„,,. 2023 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest v.1- 1 •cnt ogra. y yr w�1r ��uui�. Grant Amount Requested: $ 5.000 Federal Wav Harmonv Kinas Organization/Agency Name Jim Burbidge Contact Name Federal Tax ID Number Contest Administrator Title 2824 SW 300th P L Federal Way WA 98023 Mailing Address city State Zlo 253-951-9650 Phone Federal Way PAEC Event I nrati'Dn evgdistrict.com website jimburbidge@comcast.net Email Address 10/191 20 & 21, 2023 FvPnt fWpicl Check all service categories that apply to this application: Tourism Promotion/Marketing 8 Operation of a Special Event/Festival designed to attract tourists 8 Operation and/or Capital Expenditures of a Tourism -Related Facility owned by a Municipality or a Public Facilities District Check which one of the fb9owing applies to your agency: (Notr: For -Profit organizations are currently not eft able for ag 1p4sing tax funding.) ® Non-Profit(Attach kapy of current non -pm t registratlan with Washkvwn Seaetary of State) ❑ Public Agency ❑ Other 2 i Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY OF A— 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant _- Ui..1, -" i fJfp GENERAL INFORMATION Is this a new event/facility/marketing program? Yes No X Has your organization ever applied for a TEG? Yes X No _ If yes, when? 2019.2o,21,22 Has your organization received a TEG award in the past? Yes X No if yes, when? Scope (Geographical Reach) of the event: X Less than 50 miles (Federal Way, Auburn, etc.) X More than 50 miles (Western WA) X Statewide X Multi -States (_Western US) X National X International 1. How did you hear about the City of Federal Way Lodging Tax Funding Program? I was advised of the program by Tim Johnson, the former administrator of the TEG Grants when I asked they mayor at the time about the possibility of helping to fund a Barbershop Contest in Federal Way. 2. How do you intend to use the Lodging Tax funds if selected as a funding recipient? (Please be as descriptive as possible with the strategy, plan and reasons for yourapplication.) Most of the expenses of the event will be met through registration fees. However, there are others that must be met. We were able to manage last year's contest with a double panel of judges for a total of 9 judges. We have been advised that if we have the same number of quartets qualifying we will need to have a triple panel, 12 judges. As all but one or two judges need to come from outside our district we will have a large Increase in transportation fees, room fees, meals and general expenses. This Is the reason we are applying for $5,000 instead of the $3,000 we were awarded last year. 3. Are you applying for Lodging Tax Funding from another Comm unitylies? No X 4. If yes, list the other jurisdiction(s), amount(s) requested and status. NA 3 ' Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 _k 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC c l'ry ❑•r Y' Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant FINANCIAL INFORMATION On a separate sheet, attach a budget for the event listing revenues and expenses. In addition to revenue provided by the organization or the event/ facility/marketing program (ticket sales, etc.), include a list of other sources of forecasted revenue support, either those requested and pending or confirmed (sponsorship, grants, etc.). Is this support in -kind or financial? If financial, include the amount. Do you expect to make a profit? Yes X No If yes, how much? $4,000` 5. What will you or your organization do differently this year that will improve upon last year's/previous event/facility/marketing program(s)? We will increase our advertising on social media to help improve attendance from local residents who are not members of the Barbershop Harmony Society. 'The Harmony Kings and the Seattle Seachordsmen each expect to receive $2,000 for our work in sponsoring the event and providing the "boots on the ground" for the Evergreen District. 6. What is the overall budget for your event/facility/marketing program? - Please provide an itemized list identifying each type of expenditure to be reimbursed. - Separate documents/pages are permitted if more space is needed. Please see attached 7. Please identify your top 5 sources of revenues anticipated for your event/facility/marketing program, not includin¢ reauested City of Federal Way LTAC funds_ (Please do not include in-kindcontributions.) Source of Revenue Amount Confirmed? Y/N Date Funds Available Early alni contest Raglatratlan $ Y 09120/2023 Early Bird Audience $ Y 09/20/2023 Late Contest Registration $ Y 10/20/2023 $ $ n r�_� •n___.. r,_.v i �_ �crt____ i •rr._urU1 o. VVII vviu you cut Uoni your proposal or uo unini ently i1 iun iununig ioi your ieyiicSt i5 not available or not recommended? We will not include the Afterglow in the contest registration package but will charge extra for those who want to attend. 4_, Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY OF Federal Way 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant 9. Please list the risks and challenges to your success and how you plan to mitigate these? Examples include: space, staff, money, time, marketing, etc. Space Is not a problem, as the PAEC provides a wonderful venue. Their staff Is very competent. Last year's contest was well attended and well received so we would anticipate most of those registrants will return. Our primary marketing efforts will be directed towards the membership of the Evergreen District of the Barbershop Harmony Society, an area encompassing Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alberta. British Columbia, Alaska and part of Montana_ MARKETING On a separate sheet, attach information on how the event wiii be pubiicized and marketed. List all publications and media venues (Facebook, Twitter, website, brochures, newspaper, magazines, etc.); in addition to any give away promotional materials that will be used. 10, Describe your tourism -related event/facility/marketing program: Marketing to members of the Barbershop Harmony Society. 11. Describe why tourists will travel to Federal Way to attend yourevent/facility/marketing program: Most will come to participate in the contest either as a quartet member or as a chorus member. Please see attached list of role of attendees from last year. 12. Describe the prior success (number of attendees, media exposure, etc.) of your event/facility/marketing program in attracting tourists: Please see attached. 13. Describe your target tourist audience (location, demographics, etc.): Please see attached list of Zip Codes from last year. I Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 ury u�� 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC F Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant 14. Describe how you will promote your event/facility/marketing program to attract overnight tourists: Virtually all participants will need to stay overnight for two nights unless they live in the Seattlelfacoma area. Promotlon will be primarily through the publications of the Evergreen District: The Timbre, Greensheet, & The Chapter Leadership News and the Evergreen District Web she. The district her, a UTube Channel and uses Facebook to promote hseh. 15. Describe how you will promote lodging establishments, restaurants, and businesses located in the City of Federal Way. What will the City of Federal Way/Tourism and lodging industry get in return for funding (e.g. logos, links print material, radio, TVetc.)? LaQUlnta Inn will be promoted as our host hotel, and the Hampton Inn, the Marion, the newly remodeled Evergreen Inn, and the Comfort Inn will all be promoted wlth reduced rates to participants. EVENT INFORMATION Length of the event/facility/marketing program: One day Two days X Three days Four days ??? Five or more days Location of the event/facility/marketing program: X Federal Way South King/North Pierce County Other Tourism Season: Peak Season (Jun -Sep) X Shoulder Season (Oct, Jan -Mar) Off Season (Nov -Dec, Apr -May) Proposed venue(s): _ Have you confirmed the availability of the proposed dates at the primary venue? Yes X No Will you have a need for secondary or practice venues? Yes X No Proposed schedule of the event for each day: Date Time Date Time Please see attached 6 ! Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EVENT Breakdown of projected attendees over the course of the event: Spectators Participants Support Staff TIDTAk ATTEN113FES 1 Date: Date: Date: Date: TOTAL Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees Attendees sin Provide an estimate of where projected attendees will travel from and their projected room nights (total number of rooms for their entire stay) during the event. Local Regional Multi -States Attendees (less than (Western Statewide (Western National International TOTAL sa miles) an .greater than US) .iv , nuca� Spectators Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Participants Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Support Room nights Room nights Room nights Room nights Staff Room nights Room nights TOTAL 240? Total Projected Attendees 550 Total Projected Room Nights 240? What types of business do you expect will be affected? Services (gas, mini -marts, etc.) X Entertainment X Restaurants X Shopping ? Lodging X 7 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF � - Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant .. . . . ! (,R ();,p LODGING AND HOTEL STAYS Will you be listing any "Official Lodging" for this event? Yes x No If yes, provide name, address, contact person, and phone number. LaOuinta, 31611 Pete von Reichbauer Way S, Federal Way, WA 98003; Kya Stewart, 253-797-0262 Provide all hotels/motels that you will include in all your publicity for the event/facility/marketing program. Hampton Inn, The Marriott Hotel, The Evergreen Inn, the Comfort Inn List all the hotels/motels where rooms have or will be blocked for spectators, participants, and support staff. Projected Attendees Hotel/Motel Name Number of Blocked Rooms Snprtatnrc I Comfort Inn In Process Evergreen Inn In Process Participants L.aQuinta Hampton INN 80 In Process The WlarrWll in Prucutis Support Staff 1 L.aQuinta 20 8 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY of � 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant State Law Excerpts and Notes (QCW 67.28.1.816) Use n! LoAging Tax Fa Lodging tax revenues under this chapter maybe used, directly by any municipality or indirectly through a convention and visitor's bureau or destination marketing organizationfor: a. Tourism marketing; b. Marketing and operations of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists; c. Supporting operations and capital expenditures of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by a municipality or a public facilities district; or d. No longer permitted*: Supporting the operations of tourism -related facilities owned or operated by nonprofit organizations described under 26 U.S.C. Sec. 501(c)(3) and 26 U.S.C. Sec. 501(c)(6) of the internal revenue code of 1966, as amended. *Note that, as of July 1, 2013, capital expenditures for tourism -related facilities owned by nonprofit organizatlans are no longer aermttted-expenditures of lodging tax funds. Lodgj1ag Tax Adyisa&y Cg1nmittee TIIC IVI.d1 IVU-IIIS LQA dUV13UI L.V1111111LLCC 111U7L 7CICbL LI IC 1.d11UIUCLC4 11 VI11 d111V11rj iL LI C d—_lilMILZ a' 1 'iilrs l/ Fi K ► K NM NV Y K for use of revenues in this chapter and provide a list of such candidates and recommended amounts of funding to the municipality for final determination. The municipality may choose only recipients from the list of candidates and recommended amounts provided by the local lodging tax advisory committee. Note that, the State Auditor's Office Is Interpreting the law to mean that all users of funds, including municipalities, are considered applicants and must follow relevant application procedures. So, cities and counties should submit applications for their own projects to the LTAC. Note that, a city or county does not have to fund the full list as recommended by the LTAC and can choose to make awards I. the recommended amounts to all coma or none of the candWates on the 4st In a municipality with a population of five thousand or more, applicants applying for use of revenues must submit their applications and estimates to the local lodging tax advisory committee of how any moneys received will result in increases in the number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip: 1. Away from their place of residence or business and staying overnight In paid accommodations, ii. To a place fifty miles or more one way from their place of residence or business for the day or staying overnight; or Ili. From another country or state outside of their place of residence or thelrbusiness. (c)(i) All recipients must submit a report to the municipality describing the actual number of people traveling for business or pleasure on a trip. Ij1 g_that, local governments, as part of their contract with recipients, should require that the final report be provided immediately afterthe event or activity. Local governments will then, in turn, reportthis information annuallyto JLARC using their online reporting system. Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC CITY OF Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant RCW 67.28.080 - Definitions. 1 "Acquisition"includes, but is not limited to, siting, acquisition,design,construction, refurbishing, expansion, repair, and imnrm,ernent including. Paying or securing the payment of all or any portion of general obligation ho k leases, revenue bonds, or other obligations issued or incurred for such purpose or purposes underthis chapter. 2 "Municipality" means any county, city or town of the state of Washington. 3. "Operation" includes, but is not limited to, operation, management, and marketing. 4. "Person" means the federal government or any agency thereof, the state or any agency, subdivision, taxing district or municipal corporation thereof other than county, city or town, any private corporation, partnership, assoclation, or individual. S. "Tourism" means economic activity resulting from tourists, which may include sales of overnight lodging, meals, tours, gifts, or souvenirs. 6 "Tourism promotion" means activities, operations, and expenditures designed to Increase tourism, including but not limited to advertising, publicizing, or otherwise distributing information for the purpose of attracting and welcoming tourists; developing strategies to expand tourism; operating tourism promotion agencies; and funding the marketing of or the operation of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists. 7. "Tourism -related facility" means real or tangible personal property with a usable life of three or more years, or constructed with volunteer labor, and used to support tourism, performing arts, or to accommodate tourist activities. The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: Applicant's Printed Name: Emil Minerich Applicant's Title: Date: President, Federal Way Harmony Kings 10 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 CITY of 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Federal Way Tourism Enhancement Grant [ ruirrr44 nil pi,purlunrly RCW 67.28.080 - Definitions. 1 "Acquisition" Includes, butts not Ilmitedto, siting, acquisition, design, construction, refurbishing, expansion; repair, and improvement, including paying or securing the payment of all or any portion of general obligatlon bonds, leases, revenue bonds, or other obligations Issued or Incurred for such purpose or purposes under thls chapter. 2 "Municipality" means any county, city or town of the state of Washington. 3. "Operation" Includes, but is not limited to, operation, management, and marketing. 4. "Person" means the federal government or any agency thereof, the state orany agency, subdivision, taxing district or municipal corporation thereof other than county, city or town, any private corporation, partnership, association, or Individual. S. "Tourism" means economic activity resulting from tourists, which may include sales of overnight lodging, meals, tours, gifts, or souvenirs. ii "Tourism promotion" means activities, operations, and expenditures designed to Increase tourism, including but not limited to advertising, publicizing, or otherwise distributing information for the purpose of attracting and welcoming tourists; developing strategiesto expand tourism; operating tourism promotion agencies; and funding the marketing of orthe operation of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists. 7. "Tourism -related facility" means real or tangible personal property with a usable life of three or more years, or constructed with volunteer labor, and used to support tourism, performing arts, or to accommodate tourist activities. The undersigned certifies that the information provided above is true and accurate and any projections are based on history of similar events and activities that are available to the industry and adjusted to local conditions. Applicant's Signature: Applicant's Printed Name: Emil Minerich Applicant's Title: President, Federal Way Harmony Kings Date: q -1 ^ .20z 3 10 1 Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 This document lists the registrations, endorsements, and licenses authorized for the business named above. By accepting this document, the licensee certlttes the information on the application was complete, true, and accurate to the best of his or her knowledge, and that business will be conducted In compliance with all applicable Washington state, county, and city regulations. Vikki Smith Director, Department of Revenue SrAT r WASHING NOTON BUSINESS LICENSE REGISTERED TRADE NAMES STATE OF WASHINGTON Nonprofit Corporation THE HARMONY KINGS OF FEDERAL WAY S.P.E.B.S.O.S.A. REGISTERED TRADE NAMES: FEDERAL WAY HARMONY KINGS THE DAYTIME 4 PLUS MORE Unified Business ID N: 601807187 7n7:t Evergreen District Convpntinn Budget Based on Actual 2022 results 4/19/23 INCOME Chorus Contest Audience Guest AI I Events after Sep. 1 Guest All Events —Early Bird Member AI I Events After Sep. 1 Member All Events Early Bird Quartet Contest Audience Show of Champions Audience Youth Registration (Ages 13-25) Afterglow Guest- cash/check Chorus contest - cash/check Show of shows - cashjcheck Totals EXPENSES PAEC (includes sound and lightingtechsand ancillary people) Judges Travel Hotel Rooms Meal s Misc. (Box Lunches & Suplies) Transportation & Parking Gifts(Pac NW Memorabilia) I otal J u dges Trophies/awards Program Printing Ticket Printing Box Office Expenses Copy Fees Registration supplies RegFox Fees ASCAP/BMI/SOCAN License Photographer Fvnort_ari Atten d ess Price Rev/Exp 15 $20 $300.00 39 $50 $1,950.00 77 $40 $3,080.00 76 $135 $10,260.00 273 $1051 $28,665.00 0 $115 $0.00 24 $45 $1,080.00 9 $115 $1,035.00 3 $0.00 4 $115 $460,00 25 $115 $2,875.00 O $1'1J $92V.VV 553 $50,625.00 $16,993.91 $8,000.00 $3,500 $1,000.00 $500.00 Donated Donated J1J,V. $750.00 $550.00 $560,00 $0.00 $0.00 $266.56 $2,400 $388.34 $0.00 Videographer Staff/Guides (JetCiti es Chorus) Contingency-10% Afterglow/President's Reception Subtotal Other Expenses Total Expenses Estimated Profit before Grant Tourist Enhancement Grant Estimated Profit Profit is to be divided 6$ to Evg district and 200,! to Seattle Seachordsrnent and 20% to Federal Way Harmony Kings $2,500.00 $500.00 $4,440.00 $2,000.00 $14,354.90 544,348.81 $6,276.19 $5,000.00 $11, 607.54 2023 EVERGREEN DISTRICT CONVENTION & QUARTET AND CHORUS CONTEST n,+I VQ LG -r;— I III lu c.. —, LVG11L 1 a: LVVG{d Vll hi + 111V160 Thursday, Oct. 19 4 PM to S PM Registration La Uinta 7 PM to 10 PM Harmony Platoon La unta 7 PM to 10 PM Board of Directors Gathering La uinta Frida Oct_ 20 9 AM to Noon Re is�tration La uinta 9 AM to 3 PM Harmon Platoon La uinta Noon to 7 PM Reistratian PAEC 3 Pl/I IVllc Test FALk, 4 PM to 6 PM Preliminary Quartet Contest PAEC 7 PM to 9 PM Prelimina uartet Contest Continued PAEC 9:30 PM to 11:30PM Quartet Evals La uinta Saturday, Oct 21 8 AM to Noon Registration PAEC 10 AM to 1:00 PM Chorus & VLq Contest PAEC 2 PM to 4 PM Chorus & VLQCoaching PAEC 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Quartet Final Contest PAEC 8:30 to 9PM Top Three Choruses PAEC 8:15 to 9:15 PM QLLvals La Uinta 9:15 to 1 AM Afterglow La u i n t a Sunday. Oct 22 Morning Farewell Breakfast for people in rooms La uinta 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name Name (Firs Name (Last Address(Zll BHS Memb Singing par Chorus Name(s) Quartet name(s) Brian q22 83622 221066 Tenor BoiseChordsmen Chords on Delivery Gary Ackerman 98119 213845 Lead, Bass Seattle SeaChordsmen Carlos lAguayo 97008 509644 Bass Bridge Town Sound PDX Voices Ethan jAlbro 98034 525424 Baritone Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Belltown don alien 97404 519209 lead Cascade Chorus Martin Anderson 97403 268185 Bass Eugene Social Insecurity Brady Anderson 98920 522225 Tenor, Leac Northwest Sound Eventide William Antonius 98321 271806 Lead Federal Way Harmony Kings Damaris jAragon 99208 543404 Matt Astle 98074 518233 Bari Northwest Sound Jack Bailey 99206 724763 Bass Pages of Harmony(SpokaneValley) Teresa Baird 98121 542748 Lead Northwest Mix Ramona Balint 98445 723875 Lead Harmony Kings Lilian Bates T2K5K3 533066 Lead Thomas Bates T2K 5K3 533066 Tenor Acappella Road the West, Acoustic Image jim bates On 2s7 218005 bass/tenor Gentlemen of Fortune 1Up Dawn Beaton T3M3E3 723728 Bass Pitch Please Melissa 113ell T3R1V3 723735 Lead Pitch Please Barb Benthien 98404 318848 Richard. Best 83669-48_ 7.241 &6 Lead Star Harm ony-Chnrus Lone Beudeker T2X3Z3 297422 Jeroen Beudeker T2X3Z3 297422 Bass Acappella Road Kevin Bier 98606 184793 Bass nonethistime 7th Heaven Emily Bier 98606 184793 Suzi Bier 98606 184793 Cam Bischoff T2Z1R1 531627 Bass Alloy 0--L, UUUL11 nOAnC JuYUJ J15 fJUA Tend /LeaTQ,LUQ Vocal S+anUQI.0 Attention J111.1V.pe. A+Sam Adrienne Bootsma 98606 211522 Vocal Summit Tyler Bosma 98133 541578 Bari Seattle SeaChordsmen The Post -It Notes Mirth Kevin Boyd 98223 178616 Bari/Tenor Mount Baker Toppers The Archives Jennifer Boyd 982231 178616 Larry Breitbarth 984031 777777 Lead TVs Five Cannibals Larry Breitbarth 98403 524285 Lead Tacoma Vocal Standard West Sound Chorus Dan Briggs 98370 540727 Lead West Sound Chorus Charles Brc Brondos 99203 258294 Bari Pages of Harmony Susan Brown 83704 506841 SidneyAlle Brown 83704 506841 Lead BoiseChordsmen Jeff Buckles 97007 270810 Whaddaya Bridge Town Sound PDX Voices Jim IBurbidge 1 99023 159787 Bari Northwest Sound I Harmony Kings Sound Celebration 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name Jeanne Burbidge 98023 0-0 -0- Donald Cain 99206 284788 Bass Pages of Harmony Amber Caldera 98662 N/A PDX Voices Argonauts Karen Caldwell 98466 506965 Baritone Federal Way Harmony Kings C.C. Camisa 98116 540732 Lead NW Mix Chorus Larry Campbell 98226 253110 Bari Mt. Baker Toppers Linda Carnegie 98367 516654 Jim Carnegie 98367 516654 Baritone West Sound Chorus Kathy 1 Carter 836421 725406 Barry Carter 83642 725406 Lead The Boi se Cho rdsm en Paul Carter 97381 309937 Lead Vocal Summit InVoice Naomi Caster 97236 724747 Lead PDX Voices DoubleTrouble Donna Ced Cederwall 98110 146839 Ric Cederw Cederwall 98110 146839 Bari West Sound Chorus Aaron Cermak 97071 239522 Tenor Oregon SenateAires Harmony Road Jim Chapman 97452 226030 bari Cascade 4C-Sons Scott Chatten 97333 505219 Bari/Bass Vocal Summit Harmony Road Emery Cherot T2J 3Y9 283012 Lead Accapella Road Lovin'Tuneful Forever Glad Dane Chevassus 98001 525678 Bass Northwest Sound Eventide Don IChovil 98023 542095 Bass Harmony Kings Crystal lChristenser 97140 252087 Terri Christensei 97140 252087 Ian Christensei 97140 252087 Bari Vocal Summit Eric Christenser 97070 725525 Lead Vocal Summit Dads & Lads Bob Church 83617 252938 Bass BoiseChordsmen 4th Dimension Robbie Ciolli 83687 540535 Lead BoiseChordsmen Jim Civarra 98020 210662 tenor Northwest Mix Vocal Vintage Scotty Clark 97401 284068 Bari Eugene Cascade Chorus Jason collinge V51-4A5 533528 Bari 1-Up Aaron ICon 98008 518235 Baritone Northwest Sound Mens Chorus Northwest Mix Chorus I Vocal Vintage Queenie Icon 98008 542139 Tenor Northwest Mix Tom Condon 98110 190470 Bass West Sound Chorus Agate Passage Christophe Cone 98031 724902 Lead Northwest Sound Noteworthy John Contreras 97402 270029 Bass Cascade Chorus Jim 1 Corey 98029 520142 Bass Northwest Mix Harmony Kings In the Key of Life Judith Corey 98198 none Patrick Corey 98198 276244 Bari Harmony Kings Loren Corner 97401 278917 Bass Cascade Chorus the Ring 4CSons Michaelt Courtright 98370 198861 Bass West Sound Chorus Ray Cox 83644 282369 Bass BoiseChordsmen NA Lance Cox 99212 262673 Lead Pages of Harmony Matthew Crandall 97301 194015 Lead Vocal Summit 2022 Evergreen district Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name William Cranston 98118 526678 Bari Seattle SeaChordsmen Marilyn Cranston 98118 526678 Meagan Cuthbertsc T2X OA6 723734 Baritone Pitch Please Ken Daniels 97013 101357 Bass Vocal Summit Harmony Road ELIZABETH DAVIES 98105 522360 Tenor Seattle SeaChordsmen Evie Davis 98029 543569 Alto Don Davis 97003 265337 Tenor Bridge Town Sound Kristopher Day, MD, F' 98027 725012 Lead Kristopher Day, MD, FACS Kristopher Day, M David Dennison 97007 523716 Bass Vocal Summit Bridge Town Sound Gretchen Dennison 97034 541062 Matthew Dewsnup 83605 724878 Tenor BoiseChordsmen NA Edwin Dierdorff 98058 174622 Bass Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Seattle, SeaChordsmen Barbershop Chorus Todd Dignan 97068 319671 lead tenor Bridge Town Sound Vocal Summit 7th Heaven Twyla Dignan 97068 319671 Nancy Douglas 97487 135689 cascade chorus Tom Douglas 97487 135689 bass Cascade Chorus Dave Durfee 83646 149002 Bass BoiseChordsmen Chords On Deliver Shad Durfee 83646 316369 Bari BoiseChordsmen David Ediger 98031 221453 Bass Federal Way Harmony Kings Aaron Edwards 98119 534932 Bass Seachordsmen Dale Ehrenheim 98030 535391 Lead Harmony Kings Silvery Tides Wendy I Erickson 98682 725410 Matthew Erickson 98682 725410 Bass Vocal Summit David Erickson 97477 317870 Bass Cascade Chorus Bill Esworthy 98513 234879 BASS Federal Way Harmony Kings Northwest Sound Noteworthy Quart Linda Federkeil T2XOC2 535360 lead Acappella Road Eric Fed erkeil T2X OC2 535360 lead Acapella Road Jim Fellows 98002 526835 bass Northwest mix Jim Ferguson 97402 114878 Baritone Eugene Cascade Chorus Scot Fetters 83646 725430 Bass The Boise Chordsmen Georgia Fletcher 97402 190920 Brian Flynn 97217 724772 Lead Bridge Town Sounds Bruce I Foreman 98407 101574 Bari Tacoma Vocal Standard Bruce Foreman Paula Foreman 98407 101574 Bruce Foreman Bruce Foreman Andrew Forsyth 97206 533739 Lead Vocal Summit Argonauts David iFoss 98042 515408 Bari / Bass Northwest Sound / Harmony King Noteworthy Coby I Foster 97402 243070 Bari Cascade Chorus Brotherhood ofth JulieFostei Foster 97402 243070 Bari Cascade Chorus Chris Gabel 97124 241329 Lead 7th Heaven Ken Galloway 97031 260274 bass Wind -Masters Judy Galloway 1 970311 507048 Bari I Harmony of the Gorge Travis Gamble jV3E3G5 I 517299 Tenor/Lead 1-Up 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name Doug[ asGa Gardner T2J 2L4 243049 Bass Acappella Road Lovin'Tuneful Christine Gardner T2J 21-4 243049 James Mic Geier 98208 243463 Bari Northwest Mix Under the Radar James "Mik Geier 98208 243463 Baritone Northwest Mix Underthe Radar ED GENTZ 98387 529289 Lead Tacoma Vocal Standard Lavinia Gerould 83714 535590 Romy Gerould 83714 535590 Lead BoiseChordsmen Marvin Gilderoy 98002 517941 Bass Harmony Kings Billy Gilliland T1S1X6 535149 Lead AcapelIa Road Duncan IGilman 97223 290680 Bari Bridge Town Sound Jim Glasspoole T3Z3N8 537787 Lead Acappella Road Lanny Gleason 98038 318040 Lead Harmony Kings Steve Gnyp 99208-599 508008 LEAD BRIDGETOWN SOUND Ellis Gnyp 98226 508008 Stacey Gnyp 98226 508008 Ellis Gnyp 98226 508008 Stacey Gnyp 98226 508008 Richard Gode 98033 178436 BASS Northwest Sound, Bellevue Vocal Vintage frederick Goodhue 99005 210077 tenor Pages Of Harmony Steve Gorbatkin 98407 723664 Bass Seattle SeaChordsmen Art iGraham 98198 264889 Tenor, Bass Federal Way Harmony Kings Philip Grant V71V121-9 535112 Lead Metzin'Around Philip I Grant V7M2L9 535112 Lead Metzin'Around Douglas lGreen 98346 542489 Bari West Sound Chorus D.E.R.P. Frank Gregory 98109 533158 Bass SeaChordsmen Mark Gross 97302 150498 Bass Vocal Summit PDX Voices Double Trouble Gary Gruenert 98225 235839 Lead Mount Baker Toppers Al Gunby 98370 261267 bass West Sound Chorus Agate Passage Neil Halker 83709 321180 BASS BoiseChordsmen Dixie Halker 83709 321180 BoiseChordsmen Mike Hall 98144 527293 Bass Seachordsmen Janet lHamilton 98208 542220 Tenor Northwest Mix Janet L Han Hamilton 98208 542220 tenor Northwest Mix Paul Hand 83669 524469 Lead The BoiseChordsmen STEVE HANFT 98248 526366 LEAD Mount Baker Toppers Matt Hart 83709 530485 Bari BoiseChordsmen, Star Harmony Sound Byte, Mixed Berries Greg Hatley 97223 516718 Bass PDXVoices Janell Hatley 97223 N/A lain Haukka 97214 515878 Tenor Bridgetown Sound, PDX Voices, Vi Argonauts Joe Hawe 98372 305931 Lead Federal Way Harmony Kings Aaron Haws 83646 540531 Lead BoiseChordsmen Glenn Hayes 97058 309703 Bass Northwest Sound Jen lHazen I 97004 none Vocal Sum m it j Bridgetown Sound 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name John S Haz Hazen 97004 248399 Bari Bridgetown Sound Vocal Summit Mark Heathershz 98662 514733 Bass PDX Voices Argonauts Paul Heffner 98155 523031 Bass Post -it Notes Rod IHeivilin 99177 271897 Bass Seattle seachordsmen 4ever young Rod IHeivilin 98177 261897 Bass SeaChordsmen Four Ever Young Donna Heivilin 98177 0 0 Ra Heller 98557 101876 bari Merle Eldei Herrett 98284 241871 Bass Mt. Baker Toppers Bellingham Chapter Bill Hickman 98029 218492 Bass Northwest Sound Under the Radar Becki Hill 98002 541337 Bari Harmony Kings Chorus Kristi Hinckley 97214 541590 Lead PDXVoices Con Hobson 83705 244371 bari boisechordsmen chords on delivery Jerry Holdswortl 98002 248676 Bari NWS Dode Holdswortl 98002 248676 Henry Hollander 98230 186682 bass Toppers Cathleen Hollander 98230 186682 David Honrud 98248 504247 Lead Mount Baker Toppers Raymond Hsu 98072 309319 lead Northwest Sound In the Key of Life Lawrence Hsu 98166 724365 Bari In the Key of Life Bobby Huber 98034 174856 Bud Leabo Memorial Fund Trustee Hall of Fame member Sean Huston V3B7J5 284720 LEAD TheSquares TBD Douglas Hutson 98039 533725 lead Northwest Sound Kaylyn Hyman 83616 724215 Lead Star Harmony Daniel Iglarsh 98052 725065 Lead Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Chorus Roslyn James 97215 543045 Bari PDX Voices Todd IJameson 98023 224076 Bass Federal Way Harmony Kings Sound Celebration Nancy Jeffery 97031 507048 Lead Hearts of Harmony Steve Jeffery 97031 260274 Lead John Jessen 98208 724162 Lead Seattle Seachordsmen Bryan Jones 98685 317797 Baritone Vocal Summit Carrie lJorgens 83616 724242 Baritone Star Harmony Chorus Robert IJoseph T3E 6B2 517844 Tenor Acapella Road Tami Kamp 98272 542340 Soprano Northwest Mix Robin Kampel T3H 5P7 723603 Tenor Pitch Please Dan Kaufman 83713 274575 Lead BoiseChordsmen Sound Byte Sean Kelly 98367 274588 Bari Northwest Sound Friends Club Eileen I Kelly-Meye 98026 542140 Tenor Northwest Mix Pam I Kilby 98077 542442 Lead (Alto) Northwest Mix James Kirschner 97402 190920 Lead Cascade Chorus Brotherhood ofth John Koontz 98466 533810 Bass Tacoma Vocal Standard Andy Kopser 98199 534420 Lead SeaChordsmen Top of the Hill Gregory Kronlund 98372 306559 Lead Tacoma Vocal Standard Four Tunes Jay Krumbholz 99016 167538 Baritone Pages of Harmony 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name Cathy Kunferman 98274 none Mount Baker Toppers Marcia Lafferty 98001 542096 Bari Federal Way Harmony Kings Dale LaFon 97448 503753 Lead CascadeChorus Fletcher Lanning 97383 725412 Lead Vocal Summit Rich Lapp 83642 156072 Bari/Lead BoiseChordsmen Chords On Deliver Kimball ILarsen 83646 723718 Lead The Boise Chordsmen Christine Larsen 83646 724507 Lead Star Harmony Chorus Alvin Lau V5R6H7 724971 Bass The Sq u ares (VLQ?) Unknown/TBC/TB David Law 982741 181541 bari Mount Baker Toppers Jeanne Law 98274 none Bill ILe 98466 724351 Bass Tacoma Vocal Standard Diane Lee 98252 542339 Lead Northwest Mix Ken Leonard 83646 248562 Lead Boise Chordsmen 4th Dimension Edward Looby 98310 503203 Tenor West Sound Chorus (Kitsap) DERP Hilary Loud 97402 534226 -Wife William lLoud 97402 534226 BASS CascadeChorus -Eugene, OR Jianye Lu 98033 540834 Bari Northwest Sound Victor Luhowy T0L1W3 540357 Bass ACappella Road Frances Lunder 98118 724809 Tenor Post -It Notes Jack Lyon 98023 115319 Gloria Lyon 98023 115319 Robert Gra Macdonald T3Z3N6 167904 Bass Acappella Road Robert Mahoney 98030 659869 Lead Harmony Kings Chuck Mal Maly 97401 532617 lead cascade chorus Chuck Maly 97401 532617 Tom Marteny 98225 508088 Thomas Martin 98226 535275 Bass The Mount Baker Toppers Bob Martindale 97424 280969 Lead Eugene/Salem Social Insecurity Saulius Matas 98026 541774 Lead Seattle Seachordsmen Mirth Traci McCauley- 97301 N/A Vocal Summit Hollyanna McCollom 97383 725412 Bradley jMcElroy 97305 508686 Bari Vocal Summit Lori McGinty 97448 503753 Cascade Chorus Melanie McGuire 985121 516641 TENOR Seattle SeaChordsmen PDX Voices Mike McKee 98058 530820 Bari Federal Way Harmony Kings Silvery Tides DENNIS MCMULLEP 99206 264298 Tenor Pages of Harmony Tom Melberg 98371 513110 Bass Harmony Kings Silvery Tides Julie Mellen 98125 0 Northwest Sound Shelly Membry 98513 372698 tenor PDX Voices Mike Menefee 98383 191413 Tenor West Sound Chorus Donya Metzger V7M 21_9 538374 Tenor Metzin' Around Mark Metzger V6S 1H2 234945 Bari Metzin' Around Dan Meyer 98026 229373 Lead Northwest Mix Vocal Vintage Elizabeth Milino T2J 2M9 723733 Lead Pitch Please Sharon IMiller 1 6880 N/A 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name John Miller 6880 118886 Bass Vocal Summit Portland Chapter Dads and Lads Justin Miller 97062 292736 Vocal Summit Dads and Lads Andrea Miller 97062 292736 Patti Mitchell 99216 723918 Lead Pages of Harmony Spencer Moeller 83634 723965 Bass BoiseChordsmen NA Beatris Molero T2N4C2 723613 Lead Pitch Please Mark Morris 98110 545390 Lead West Sound Chorus Rick Nelsen 99205-353 504810 Lead Pages of Harmony Spokane Joel INeumann T2n2k5 723625 Bari Acappella Road Bob Nogue T2J 1Y7 533151 Lead Acappella Road Rosemary Nogue T2J 1Y7 533151 Lead Acappella Road Jonathan Nolting 98498 537613 Baritone Tacoma Vocal Standard Drew Osterhout 97211 316280 Bari/Bass PDXVoices ARGONAUTS Dan Par'ow V6A4K8 250696 Baro Squares Tom Parks 98056 512236 Lead Seattle Seachordsmen Wait Paulsen 98417 115327 Tenor Tacoma Vocal Standard Thomas Pearson 98406 0 Dennis Pengilly 97321 257469 Tenor Cascadechorus The brotherhood o Laura Penningtoi 83714 543067 Bass Star Harmony Chorus Larry Perkins 98604 263751 Lead Vocal Summit Christy Perkins 98604 N/A Vocal Summit Geoffrey Perkins 98604 N/A Vocal Summit Donald Petersen 97229 519376 Tenor Bridge Town Sound Jamie Peterson 98290 115799 Bari Bellevue Martin Phreed 97227 724862 Lead Bridge Town Sound Matthew Picioccio 98155 508857 Bass Northwest Sound Belltown Vance Plymale 98003 512326 Lead Federal Way Harmony Kings Ken Potter 98023 221193 Lead Northwest Sound Northwest Mix Belltown Chris Powell 98125 512332 bass Northwest Sound Jon Powless 98367 217935 Tenor Kitsap county Clarence Pugh 98109 283697 Bari Northwest Sound Mens Chorus Kathy Pugh 98109 none Karri Quan T2M 4H9 538454 Baritone Alloy Tom Rales 83815-657 178307 Bari Pages of Harmony Don Rau 98002 249735 Tenor Harmony Kings Sound Celebration Gary Raze 97437 172901 Lead Eugene Social Insecurity kerry Rechiro 97302 0 Not asinger Joe Reeves 83704 115672 tenor Paul Renhard 98117 257148 Lead Northwest Sound David Rice 98109 518423 Tenor Seattle Seachordsmen Top Of The Hill (TOI NaVon Rickertsen 98404 318848 Bass C057 -Bellevue Chapter Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Maureen Rickertsen 98404 318848 Kristin Ring 1 972131 7246501 Bari I PDX Voices Marti Rinkel 1 98230 1 not a member 2022 Evergreen district Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name Glenn MaIE Rinkel 98230 188547 Bass Mount Baker Toppers Greg Rlam 97401 147551 Lead Cascade Chorus .Janine Roberts V5C OC6 536945 Lead/Bari Lions Gate Chorus (SAI) Copper Moon Quar Kevin Robertson T3G4134 276636 Bari Acappella Road Drew Robinson 98101 523284 Baritone SeattleSeachordsmen Top oftheHill Charles Roegiers 98312 307545 Baritone West Sound Chorus Jason Rogers 98177 518893 Lead Seattle Seachordsmen Post -It Notes Katy Rollings 97206 724787 Lead PDXVoices Double Trouble Katie Roman 97008 540637 Lead PDX Voices/Pride of Portland Mugshot Robert Roman 97008 287440 Baritone PDX Voices/Vocal Summit Mugshot Donny Rose 98225 239392 Lead Friends Club Amy Rose 98225 521829 Tenor Friends Club Brittney Ross 98225 508088 Christian DI Saether 980.20-264 534507 Lead Seattle SeaChordsmen Anne Saffery 98388 300479 John Saffery 98388 300479 Bass Tacoma Vocal Standard Northwest Sound Stanley Saylor 99208 543404 Bass Pages of Harmony Ernst Schw Schwintzer 97405 518684 Bass Cascade Chorus William Scott 83704 541288 Bass BoiseChordsmen Sound Byte Mixed Berries Richard Shenk 98023 316061 Bass Federal Way Harmony Kings Elinor SHENK 98023 316061 Sean Sherrodd 98606 211522 Bass Vocal Summit Logan Shevalier 99201 527664 Lead Pages of Harmony (Spokane, WA) Howard Simmons 98055-736 187502 Lead Federal Way WA Harmony Kings Jim Simpson 98236 221587 Lead Under The Radar Jan Isimpson 98236 540643 Tenor Under The Radar Christian Skok 99201 725255 Bari Pages of Harmony Adrian Smith T3C3X6 501519 Lead Acappel I a Road Alloy Claire Smith 83704 724489 Tenor Mixed Berries Donovan Snider 97403 542859 lead Cascade Chorus Marilyn I Soderquist 98354 540596 Tenor Harmony Kings Rick Ispero 98502 186211 Bari Tacoma Vocal Standard Gene I St Germain 98370 525426 Bass West Sound Chorus Alex IStahl 98405 538337 Bass Tacoma vocal standard Aaron 15tahl 98466 534563 Lead Tacoma Vocal Standard N/A Kevin Stephens 97306 193670 Bari Eugene/Salem Social Insecurity Turner Stiers 98233 234575 Bass The Mount Baker Toppers The Archives Kevin Stinson 97089 267454 Bass Vocal Summit Invoice Doug Strang 83617 274730 bass BoiseChordsmen Doug Strang 83617 274730 bass BoiseChordsmen RUSS kWALBERG 97281 537401 Bari Vocal Summit PDX Voices DoubleTrouble Daniel Swi Swink 83709 511232 bass BoiseChordmen Nikki Taravella 98406 0 Ramona Taylor 98042 538356 Baritone Harmony Kings 2022 Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest Registrants By Name David Thomas T2K1P9 539873 Bass Acappella Road Lori Thomas T21K1P9 N/A Scott Thompson 98274 304042 LEAD Mount Baker Toppers Dick Tiel 98274 535591 Bass Mount Baker Toppers Hugh Turnbull 97426 196928 Bass Cascade Chorus (Eugene) Lynn Turner 97304 211065 Lead Vocal Summit Harmony Road Allen Upward V5T2V4 320805 Bass The Squares Leanne van Tuyl T3G 4J6 725230 Baritone Pitch Please Henry Van Zanten 98274 523511 Lead Mount Baker Toppers Greg Verhappen T2Z2N7 517778 Lead Stampede City Chorus BRASS Janet Virga 83854 544292 tenor Pages Of Harmony Arnold A Walter Jr 98058-604 533879 Tenor Harmony Kings Silvery Tides Steve Wargo 83709 530239 Baritone BoiseChordsmen 4th Dimension James 1 Warner 98055 526757 Bass Seattle SeaChordsmen Dean Waters 98665 233778 Bari/Lead Vocal Summit Invoice Richard Watkins 97402 186836 Bari Cascade Chorus Chris Watkins 97224 154997 Bari 7th Heaven Glenn Watson T4C1V8 539863 Bari AcapelIaRoad Gary Weeber 97239 210403 BASS Vocal Summit Michael jWeinberg 83716 224887 bass BoiseChordsmen Marty Weinberg 83716 N/A Jeff Welsh 97062 316338 Bari Portland Metro- Bridge Town Sound Jessi White 98034 542143 Tenor Northwest Mix Robyn Whitmore 83713 541450 Tenor Star Harmony Chorus Mixed Berries Greg Widdicom 97405 537566 Bass CascadeChorus Grace jWiciclicom 97405 537566 Bob Wilkie 98003-555 253790 Lead HarmonvKings Sound Celebration David Willi Williams 98058 529906 Tenor Northwest Sound Harmony Kings In the Key of Life Deena Wolfe 97478 508863 Lead Oregon Coast Chorus Dan Wolfe 97333 301527 Lead Jeremy lWong V6K3W9 313753 the Squares Rebecca Wright 98230 540585 Tenor/Lead Westcoast Harmony Chorus (SAI) VITA Quartet (SAI) Andrew Yeh 97229 539032 Bass Vocal Summit PDX Jake Yoakum 97351 522918 Tenor Vocal Summit 1nVoice Molly zborowski 83646 725133 Bair Star harmony Donna lzils 1 983871 213528 Albert (AL) Zils 1 983871 2135281 Bari I Tacoma Vocal Standard Name(Firs Name(Last Address (ZIP/Postal Co ChorusName(s) Sharon Miller 6880 John Miller 6880 Vocal Summit Portland Chapter Matthew IDewsnup 1 83605 Boise Chordsmen Carrie Jorgens 83616 Star Harmony Chorus Kaylyn Hyman 83616 Star Harmony Bob Church 83617 BoiseChordsmen Doug Strang 83617 BoiseChordsmen Doug Strang 83617 BoiseChordsmen Brian Connolly 836221 BoiseChordsmen Spencer IMoeller 836341 BoiseChordsmen Kathy Carter 83642 Barry Carter 83642 The Boise Chordsmen Rich Lapp 83642 BoiseChordsmen Ray Cox 83644 BoiseChordsmen Molly zborowski 83646 Star harmony Ken Leonard 83646 BoiseChordsmen 1limk�ii I Iarsen S226116 TheRniceChnrdsmen Christine Larsen 83646 Star Harmony Chorus Dave Durfee 83646 BoiseChordsmen Shad Durfee 83646 BoiseChordsmen Scot Fetters 83646 The Boise Chordsmen Aaron Haws 83646 BoiseChordsmen Paul Hand 83669 The Boise Chordsmen RobbIC �� 1.1U11i 83687 8 V I JC C 11 V I UJ1 r 1 en Joe Reeves 83704 Susan Brown 83704 Sidney Alle, Brown 83704 BoiseChordsmen Claire Smith 83704 William Scott 83704 BoiseChordsmen Con Hobson 83705 boise chordsmen Daniel Swi Swink 837091 Boise Chordmen Steve Wargo 83709 BoiseChordsmen Matt Hart 83709 Boise Chordsmen, Star Harmony Neil Halker 83709 BoiseChordsmen Dixie Hal ker 837091 BoiseChordsmen Dan 837131 BoiseChordsmen _Kaufman Robyn Whitmore 83713 Star Harmony Chorus Laura Penningtol 83714 Star Harmony Chorus Lavinia Gerould 83714 Romy Gerould 83714 BoiseChordsmen Michael lWeinberg 1 837161 1 1 BoiseChordsmen Marty lWeinberg 1 83716 Janet Virga 83854 Pages Of Harmony Don Davis 97003 Bridge Town Sound Jen Hazen 97004 Vocal Summit Bridgetown Sound 1_L_ r 11__ J V1111 J fldL 11__-._ fldLCll 7/ VV�f :71 UU Bridgetown Sound jun-i__: YVl.dl JUlllllllt Jeff Buckles 97007 Bridge Town Sound PDX Voices David Dennison 97007 Vocal Summit Bridge Town Sound Carlos lAguayo 97008 Bridge Town Sound PDX Voices Katie Roman 97008 PDX Voices/Pride of Portland Robert Roman 97008 PDX Voices/Vocal Summit Ken Daniels 97013 Vocal Summit Nancy Jeffery 970311 Hearts of Harmony Ken lGalloway 97031 Wind -Masters Judv lGallowav 970311 1 Harmonv of the Gorge Steve Jeffery 97031 Gretchen Dennison 97034 Glenn Hayes 97058 Northwest Sound Justin Miller 97062 Vocal Summit Andrea Miller 97062 Jeff Welsh 97062 Portland Metro- Bridge Town Sound Todd Dignan 97068 Bridge Town Sound Vocal Summit Twyla iDignan 97068 Eric Christensei 97070 Vocal Summit Aaron Cermak 97071 Oregon SenateAires Kevin Stinson 97089 Vocal Summit Chris Gabel 97124 Crystai Christense 97i40 Terri Christenser 97140 Ian Christenser 97140 Vocal Summit Katy Rollings 97206 PDXVoices Andrew Forsyth 97206 Vocal Summit Drew 10sterhout 97211 PDXVoices Kristin IRing 97213 PDXVoices lain lHaukka 97214 Bridgetown Sound, PDX Voices, Vocal Summit Kristi Hinckley 97214 PDX Voices Roslyn James 97215 PDX Voices Brian Flynn 97217 Bridge Town Sounds Duncan Gilman 97223 Bridge Town Sound Greg Hatley 97223 PDX Voices Janell Hatley 97223 Chris Watkins 97224 Martin Phreed 97227 Bridge Town Sound Andrew Yeh 97229 Vocal Summit PDX Donald Petersen 97229 Bridge Town Sound (NInnmi fN�+nr 0772Fr. DIlY1/oircc Gary Weeber 97239 Vocal Summit RUSS SWALBERG 97281 Vocal Summit PDX Voices Matthew Crandall 97301 Vocal Summit Traci McCau I ey-9 97301 Vocal Summit kerry Rechiro 97302 Not a singer Mark Gross 97302 Vocal Summit PDX Voices Lynn ITurner 97304 Vocal Summit Bradley McElroy 97305 Vocal Summit Kevin Stephens 97306 Eugene/Salem Dennis Pengilly 97321 Cascade chorus Dan Wolfe 97333 Scott Chatten 97333 Vocal Summit Jake IYoakurn 97351 1 Vocal Summit Paul Carter 97381 Vocal Summit Fletcher Lanning 97383 Vocal Summit HollVanna McCollom 97383 Greg Rlam 97401 Cascade Chorus Scotty Clark 97401 Eugene Cascade Chorus Loren Corner 97401 Cascade Chorus Chuck Mal Maly 97401 cascadechorus Chuck Maly 97401 Georgia Fletcher 97402 James Kirschner 97402 Cascade Chorus Richard Watkins 97402 Cascade Chorus Coby Foster 97402 Cascade Chorus Julie Foster Foster 97402 Cascade Chorus Hilary Loud 97402 William Loud 97402 CascadeChorus -Eugene, OR Jim Ferguson 97402 Eugene Cascade Chorus John Contreras 97402 Cascade Chorus Martin jAnderson 1 974031 Eugene Donovan S^ A Iu. 97403 Cascade Charas don allen 97404 Cascade Chorus Ernst Schw Schwi ntzer 97405 Cascade Chorus Greg Widdicoml 97405 Cascade Chorus Grace Widdicom' 97405 Bob i Martindal 974241 1 1 Eugene/Salem Hugh ITurnbull j 974261 1 1 Cascade Chorus (Eugene) Gary Raze 97437 Eugene Dale LaFon 97448 Cascade Chorus Lori McGinty 97448 Cascade Chorus Jim Chapman 97452 Cascade David Erickson 97477 Cascade Chorus Deena Wolfe 97^7Q Oreeor. Coast Chorus Nancy Douglas 97487 cascade chorus Tom Douglas 97487 Cascade Chorus Marcia Lafferty 98001 Federal Way Harmony Kings Dane Chevassus 98001 Northwest Sound Marvin Gilderoy 98002 1 Harmony Kings Don Rau 98002 Harmony Kings BeLki Hill 98002 Hai i-riunyKiPigsCiiuiu5 Jim Fellows 98002 Northwest mix Jerry Holdswortl 98002 NWS Dode Holdswortl 98002 Vance Plymale 98003 Federal Way Harmony Kings Aaron Con 98008 Northwest Sound Mens Chorus Northwest Mix Chorus i Queenie Con 98008 Northwest Mix Jim Civarra 98020 Northwest Mix Jeanne Burbidge 98023 Ken Potter 98023 Northwest Sound Northwest Mix Todd I Jameson 98023 Federal Way Harmony Kings Don IChovil 98023 Harmony Kings Richard Shenk 98023 Federal Way Harmony Kings Elinor SHENK 98023 Jack Lyon 98023 Gloria Lyon 98023 Dan Meyer 98026 Northwest Mix Eileen Kelly-MP\/P 1 98076 Northwest Mix Saulius Matas 98026 Seattle Seachordsmen Kristopher Day, MD, F 98027 Kristopher Day, MD, FACS Bill Hickman 98029 Northwest Sound Evie Davis 98029 Jim Corey 98029 Northwest Mix Harmony Kings Robert ivieliuncy 98030 Hdi muny Kingb Dale Ehrenheim 98030 Harmony Kings David Ediger 98031 Federal Way Harmony Kings Christophe Cone 98031 Northwest Sound Richard Gode 98033 Northwest Sound, Bellevue Jianye Lu 980331 1 Northwest Sound Jessi White 98034 Northwest Mix Ethan Albro 98034 Northwest Sound Men'sChorus Bobby lHuber 98034 Bud Leabo Memorial Fund Trustee Hall of Fame member LannV easu] I 9ou30 narrnoi i'y' Kings Douglas Hutson 98039 Northwest Sound David Foss 98042 Northwest Sound / Harmony Kings Ramona Taylor 98042 Harmony Kings Daniel Iglarsh 98052 Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Chorus James lWarner 98055 Seattle SeaChordsmen Tom Parks 98056 Seattle Seachordsmen Edwin Dierdorff 98058 Northwest Sound Men's Chorus Seattle, SeaChordsmen Barbershop Chorus David Willi Williams 98058 Northwest Sound Harmony Kings Mike McKee 98058 Federal Way Harmony Kings Raymond Hsu 98072 Northwest Sound Matt Astle 98074 Northwest Sound Pam Kilby 98077 Northwest Mix Drew Robinson 98101 Seattle Seachordsmen ELIZABETH DAVIES 98105 Seattle SeaChordsmen David I Rice 981091 SeattleSeachordsmen Frank Gregory 981091 SeaChordsmen Clarence IPugh 9.9109 I I Nnrthwe-.t Sound Menc, Chnnis Kathy Pugh 98109 Mark Morris 98110 West Sound Chorus Tom Condon 98110 West Sound Chorus Donna Ced Cederwall 98110 Ric Cederw Cederwall 98110 West Sound Chorus C.C. Icamisa 98116 NW Mix Chorus Paul RG1.11 d '0117 1`YV l 1VY GJt Jo4Alld Frances IlLunder 98118 William Cranston 98118 Seattle SeaChordsmen Marilyn Cranston 98118 Gary Ackerman 98119 Seattle SeaChordsmen Aaron Edwards 981191 Seachordsmen Teresa Baird 1 98121 Northwest Mix Julie meiien 98125 Northwest Sound Chris IPowell 98125 Northwest Sound Tyler I Bosma 98133 Seattle SeaChordsmen Mike Hall 98144 Seachordsmen Matthew Picioccio 98155 Northwest Sound Paul Heffner 98155 Lawrence Hsu 98166 Donna Heivilin 98177 Rod Heivilin 98177 SeaChordsmen Jason Rogers 98177 Seattle Seachordsmen Art IGraham 1 98198 Federal Way Harmony Kings li�rli+ti fnrc%i �r QS21QQ Patrick lCorey 98198 Harmony Kings Andy Kopser 98199 SeaChordsmen Janet Hamilton 98208 Northwest Mix James Mic Geier 98208 Northwest Mix John Jessen 98208 SeattleSeachordsmen Janet L Harq Hamilton 98208 Northwest Mix JdiiiCs "IVIIK GCiU 982081 NuilIrmtrSL MIX Kevin Boyd 98223 Mount Baker Toppers Jennifer Boyd 98223 Donny Rose 98225 Amy Rose 98225 Brittney Ross 98225 Tom I Marteny 98225 Gary jGruenert 98225 Mount Baker Toppers Larry Campbell 98226 Mt. Baker Toppers Thomas Martin 98226 The Mount Baker Toppers Ellis Gnyp 98226 Stacey Gnyp 98226 Ellis Gnyp 98226 Stacey IGnyp 98226 Marti I Rinkel 98230 Glenn Male Rinkel 98230 Mount Baker Toppers Henry Hollander 98230 Toppers Cathleen Hollander 98230 Rebecca Wright 982301 Westcoast Harmony Chorus (SAI) Turner Stiers 982331 1 IThe Mount Baker Toppers Jim Simpson 98236 Jan Simpson 98236 David Honrud 98248 Mount Baker Toppers STEVE HANFT 98248 Mount Baker Toppers Diane Lee 98252 Northwest Mix Tam! Kamp 98272 Northwest Mix Cathy Kunferman 98274 Mount Baker Toppers Scott Thompson 99274 Mount RakprTonnPrs David Law 98274 Mount Baker Toppers Jeanne jLaw 98274 Dick Tiel 98274 Mount Baker Toppers Henry Van Zanten 98274 Mount Baker To p p ers Merle Eldei Herrett 982841 Mt. Baker Toppers 1 Bellingham Chapter Jamie Peterson 98290 Bellevue Edward Looby 98310 West Sound Chorus (Kitsap) Charles Roegiers 98312 West Sound Chorus William Antonius 98321 Federal Way Harmony Kings Douglas Green 98346 West Sound Chorus f\A�rilyn CnwJnrniii:5t a5211ZA IIMrm^ny Vin c Linda Carnegie 98367 Jim Carnegie 98367 West Sound Chorus Jon Powless 98367 Kitsap county Sean Kelly 98367 Northwest Sound Michaelt Courtright 98370 West Sound Chorus Gene St Germain 98370 West Sound Chorus Dan Briggs 90370 VvestSuuiid Clloru5 AI Gunby 98370 West Sound Chorus Tom Melberg 98371 Harmony Kings Joe Hawe 98372 Federal Way Harmony Kings Gregory Kronlund 98372 Tacoma Vocal Standard Mike Menefee 98383 West Sound Chorus Donna Zils 98387 Albert (AL) ZiIs 98387 Tacoma Vocal Standard ED 1GENTZ 98387 Tacoma Vocal Standard Anne Saffery 98388 John Saffery 98388 Tacoma Vocal Standard Northwest Sound Larry Breitbarth 98403 TVs Larry Breitbarth 98403 Tacoma Vocal Standard West Sound Chorus NaVon Rickertsen 98404 C057 -Bellevue Chapter Northwest Sound Men'sChorus Maureen Rickertsen 98404 Barb Benthien 98404 Sam Booth 98405 Tacoma Vocal Standard Alex Stahl gR4nc; Tarnmavnral ,tanH;irci Nikki Taravel Ia 98406 Thomas Pearson 98406 Steve Gorbatkin 98407 Seattle SeaChordsmen Bruce Foreman 98407 Tacoma Vocal Standard Paula Foreman 98407 Bruce Foreman Walt Paulsen 98417 Tacoma Vocal Standard n............. 1\GIIIVIIQ n-1:_. UQ71111, noA Ar- 7UYYJ I1a�.,..... ny fangs I IQI IIIUIIy I\IIISJ John Koontz 98466 Tacoma Vocal Standard Karen Caldwell 98466 Federal Way Harmony Kings Bill Le 98466 Tacoma Vocal Standard Aaron Stahl 98466 Tacoma Vocal Standard Jonathan Nolting 984981 Tacoma Vocal Standard Rick I Spero 1 985021 1 Tacoma Vocal Standard Melanie McGuire 98512 Seatt I e SeaCh ord sm en PDX Voices Bill Esworthy 98513 Federal Way Harmony Kings Northwest Sound Shelly IMembry 98513 PDXVoices y Rd nay 11_II__ rI CIICI nnrr-1 70JJ/ Larry Perkins 98604 Vocal Summit Christy Perkins 98604 Vocal Summit Geoffrey Perkins 98604 Vocal Summit Kevin Bier 98606 nonethistime Emily Bier 98606 Suzi Bier 98606 Sean Sherrodd 98bUb Vocal Summit Adrienne Bootsma 98606 Vocal Summit Mark I Heathersha 98662 PDX Voices Amber lCaldera 98662 PDX Voices Dean Waters 98665 Vocal Summit Wendy Erickson 98682 Matthew Erickson 98682 Vocal Summit Bryan liones 98685 Vocal Summit Brady Anderson 98920 Northwest Sound frederick Goodhue 99005 Pages Of Harmony Jay Krumbholz 99016 Pages of Harmony Jim I Burbidge 1 990231 1 Northwest Sound Harmony Kings Rod lHeivilin 1 991771 1 Seattle seachordsmen Logan Shevalier 99201 Pages of Harmony (Spokane, WA) Christian Skok 99201 Pages of Harmony Charles Brc Brondos 99203 Pages of Harmony Jack Bailey 99206 Pages of Harmony(SpokaneValley) Donald Cain 99206 Pages of Harmony DENNIS MCMULLE 99206 Pages of Harmony Damaric Aragon gq?OA Stanley Saylor 99208 Pages of Harmony Lance Cox 99212 Pages of Harmony Patti Mitchell 99216 Pages of Harmony Richard Best 83669-4801 Star Harmony Chorus Tom Rales 83815-6577 Pages of Harmony Bob lWilkie 98003-5551 1 Harmony Kings rL-•_i:.-,-1'1 VIII IJLI aII U c....-�L...- JQCLIM non'ln ^1Gnn 7Uu Lu-Lu".7 c....asl.. c..,.�L. ..� eatt I C Sea C I I UI d slll ell Howard Simmons 98055-7367 Federal Way WA Harmony Kings Arnold A Walter Jr 98058-6046 Harmony Kings Rick Nelsen 99205-3534 Pages of Harm onySpokane Steve Gnyp 99208-5990 BRIDGETOWN SOUND Victor Luhowy TOL1W3 1 ACappelIa Road Billy lGilliland ITISIX6 I AcapelIaRoad Bob Nogue T2J 1Y7 Acappella Road Rosemary Nogue T2J 1Y7 Acappella Road DouglasGa Gardner T2J 2L4 Acappella Road Christine Gardner T2J 21-4 Elizabeth IMilino T2J 2M9 Pitch Please 9: -1 r ncarnt T21 3v9 Arr�nellw P-4 r Lilian Bates T2K5K3 Thomas Bates T2K 5K3 Acappella Road David Thomas T2K1P9 Acappella Road Lori Thomas T2K1P9 Karri Quan T2M 4H9 Joel Neumann T2n2k5 Acappella Road D C'd LIIJ IVIUICfU 121441.2 PI LCII YICdJC Meagan Cuthbertsc T2X OA6 Pitch Please Linda Fed erkeil T2X OC2 Acappella Road Eric IFeclerkeil T2XOC2 Acapella Road Lone Beudeker T2X3Z3 Jeroen Beudeker T2X3Z3 jAcappella Road Cam Bischoff T2Z1R1 Greg IVerhappen T2Z2N7 Stampede City Chorus Adrian ISmith T3C3X6 Acappella Road Robert lJoseph T3E6B2 Acapella Road Leanne van Tuyl T3G 4J6 Pitch Please Kevin Robertson T3G4B4 Acappella Road Robin Kampel T3H 5P7 Pitch Please Dawn Beaton T3M3E3 Pitch Please Melissa Bell T3R 1V3 Pitch Please Robert Gra Macdonald T3Z3N6 Acappella Road Jim Glasspoole T3Z3N8 Acappella Road Glenn Watson T4C 1V8 Acapella Road Sean Huston V3B7J5 The Squares Travis IGamble V3E3G5 jim lbates v3n 2s7 Gentlemen of Fortune Janine Roberts V5COC6 Lions Gate Chorus (SAI) Jason collinge V51-4A5 Alvin Lau V5R6H7 The Squares (VLQ?) Allen Upward V5T2V4 The Squares Dan Par'ow V6A4K8 Squares .Jeremy Wong IV6K3W9 the Squares Mark MPt7PPr I V6S 1 H7 Donya Metzger V7M 21-9 Philip Grant V7M 21-9 Philip Grant V71VI21-9 Dr .Tames A. Burbidge 282,ISW 300t° A Federal Way, WA 98023 An's ceu Ph. 253-951-111650 April 19, 2023 Councilperson Lydia Assefa-Dawson Chair, Lodging Tax Advisory Committee City of Federal Way 33325-81h Ave S. Federal Way, WA 98003 Re: TEG Grant, 2023 Dear Chairperson Assefa-Dawson Once again the Federal Way Harmony Dings and the Seattle SeaChordsmen are sponsoring the Evergreen District Chorus and Quartet Contest and Convention. Last year's event was very successful with over 550 people participating either as contestants, judges, helpers, and audience members. We created aregistration process that allowed us to track zip codes of attendees. You will find a copy enclosed. The results showed 170 attendees from out of state in the United States, over 75 from more than 50 miles away in Washington State, 50 or more from Canada and one person, a judge of the contest, from Germany. La Quinta was the host hotel for the event and the Hampton Inn and the Marriott both provided some discounted rooms. They all provided great service for our attendees. Although your application states the application must be received before April 15113 I was advised by your staff earlier that an application received before May 11' would be considered. Please note that the dates we have chosen are 183 days from now, more than the180 days away also specified in the application. Thank you very much. The PAEC was an incredible venue for our contest. We feel the contest was remarkably successful and established the value of the PAFC as a venue that has the potential to bring in many people to the hotels and restaurants in Federal Way. I would encourage your promoting it for similar events in the future. Life's more fun with a song and smile, Jim Burbidge Event Chairperson Gl3ECOVED AP? 2 () �'�C�1 CITY OF FEIJERAL WAY MAYOR'S OFFICE AIIIIIIIIS CITY OF Federal Way 2023/24 City of Federal Way LTAC Tourism Enhancement Grant APPLICATIONS ARE DUE AND MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 10 OR OCTOBER 16r' AT 5 PM. Incomplete and/or late applications will not be considered/prioritized for funding cycle. Applications may not be amended or changed after the deadline for submission. The proposal and all documents filed with the City are public records. Read the Overview and Instructions before completing the application. Please submit your completed application along with the required documentation electronkaUy to: kathv.horneLo)ritvoffederaiwav,com -*OPPLICATION ® Complete and sign a cover sheet with this packet ® Completed application (attach additional sheets if necessary) A copy of your agency's current non-profit corporate registration with Washington Secretary of State ❑ Brochures and/or other supplemental information about your event/activity/facility and/or recent tourism promotion efforts APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN APRIL 14"' OR OCTOBERAPRIL OR OCTOBER 16aAT 5PM5PM. LATE APPLICATIONS M I NOT RE CONSIDFREA AI IRINA FI INIMr. CVCI F, APPLICATION TIMELINE The City of Federal Way's Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC); will review the applications in May and November. The Committee may wish to interview applicants for more information or clarification. Hppiicanis will be notified of the date and time their application will be reviewed by the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee. It is recommended that a representative of your organization be on hand at the review to answer questions from the LTAC. AWhCV110 rn 1i 1«sr I W11od or Ir._ast MO d rrr r tp ygut.gnfynt bec 0jdCTd fvllucl�(� i Tourism Enhancement Grant Event Application Revised March 2023 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL mom SUBJECT: PORT OF SEATTLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council authorize acceptance of the Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ City Council Business MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY; Tada Carter DEPT: Economic Development Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement 2. Do not approve acceptance of the agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMIENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: ■ CJ f a" DIRECTOR APPROVAL: C rm c Ioitial/Date Irt" (Dale COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward the proposed Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement to the June 6, 2023 consent agenda for approval. " Committee Chair Committee Member Committee ember PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: June 6, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Tanja Carter, Economic Development Director SUBJECT: Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Agreement Financial Impacts: The Port of Seattle Economic Development Grant is a matching grant — the cost to the City will be $30,000 to avail of the total $60,000 grant funding available. The matching requirement is included within the Economic Development budget for 2023 and is comprised of $15,000 in salaries and wages; and $15,000 in consulting services. In the next budget amendment, the $60,000 grant will need to be appropriated by Council. Overview: The Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Program is a cooperative economic development grant program to help support local and regional economic development initiatives across King County. How much funding is available? Based on a per -capita calculation, King County cities (except Seattle) may each receive up to $60,000 based on the city's population. Federal Way is eligible for $60,000. The grant program requires Federal Way to contribute a 50 percent match of dollars / in -kind resources. In -kind resources (i.e. staff time) can only be used for up to 25 percent of the grant award amount. For example, a grant for $60,000 in Port funds would require the City to commit $30,000 additionally as a combination of matching dollars and/or in -kind resources. Of that $30,000, up to $15,000 could be applied toward the match requirement as in -kind resources. What will the funding be used for? The Economic Development Department plans to use the funds for the following programs: 1) Outreach & Surf,e� a. Business outreach to up to 500 businesses in Federal Way where participation in a simple anonymous baseline business survey will be requested. The goal is to analyze the survey results and subsequently provide a data driven pilot business support program tailored to the stated business needs. Rev. 7/18 b. Additionally, repeating the same survey annually will highlight any changes/improvements in the business climate year over year; which provides a better picture of business growth and resiliency. 2) Business Retention Resiliency Pilot Program a. The intention of the survey is to understand the most common and immediate business needs. The balance of funds will be used to execute a small business retention pilot program to be determined based on the survey results analysis. How long does the grant program run? The program will begin after the City signs the grant contract with the Port of Seattle and run approximately nine months. Rev. 7/18 Po rt Of Seattle ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PORT OF SEATTLE AND CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S-00321491 This Economic Development Partnership Agreement (the "Agreement") is made by and between the Port of Seattle (the "Port") and the City of Federal Way ("Agency"), both municipal corporations of the State of Washington (each, a "Party" or, collectively, the "Parties"). RECITALS WHEREAS, engaging in the promotion of economic development is a recognized Port purpose authorized under RCW 53.08.245; and WHEREAS, RCW 35.21.703 similarly authorizes cities to engage in economic development programs; and WHEREAS, RCW 53.08.240(2) permits the Port to contract with another municipality to perform such undertakings each is authorized to perform; and WHEREAS, the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle established the Economic Development Partnership Program (the "Program"), to advance the Port's Century Agenda, promote a dramatic growth agenda, support the creation of middle-class jobs and help address the lack of economic development funding for local projects; and WHEREAS, grant funding across the region is very limited for cities that want to pursue economic development projects or initiatives, and Washington State has not had an economic development grant program for over 20 years; and WHEREAS, the Program will provide 38 King County cities per capita funding to advance local economic development throughout the region, and requires a 50% local match by the cities that receive the grants; and WHEREAS, the Program will help the Port advance regional economic vitality through focused partnerships with King County cities; and WHEREAS, the Program will make grants to cities that pursue programs and projects that stimulate business development, job creation and community revitalization, such as small business development, industry retention and expansion, and other economic development projects that support new investment and job creation; NOW, THEREFORE the parties agree as follows: S-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 1 of 7 PUrpose. The purpose of this Agreement is to establish a contractual arrangement under which the Port will pay the Agency Program funds in the amount set forth in Section 2 solely for the purpose of carrying out the local initiative described in Exhibit A, attached, and incorporated hereto by this reference (the "Project"). This Agreement shall be interpreted in furtherance of this purpose. 2. Responsibilities of the Port. The Port shall contribute Sixty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($60,000.00) (the "Grant Funds") to assist the Agency in funding the Project. The Port shall disburse the Grant Funds to the Agency no later than thirty (30) days after receipt of a complete and correct invoice(s) detailing those Project deliverables completed in accordance with Exhibit A. 3. Responsibilities of the Agency. 3.1 The Agency shall contribute local funds equivalent to at least fifty percent (50%) of the Grant Funds towards the Project. 3.2 The Agency may contract with local non -profits to complete the Project or elements of the Project; provided, that the Port shall not, under any circumstance, disburse the Grant Funds to any of the Agency's contractors or subcontractors. 3.3 The Agency shall complete the Project no later than December 31, 2023. 3.4 The Agency shall provide a complete and correct invoice(s) detailing those Project deliverables completed in accordance with Exhibit A no later than December 31, 2023. 4. Term. This Agreement shall be become effective as of the date the Port executes this Agreement and shall terminate on December 31, 2023, unless earlier terminated under another provision of this Agreement. 5. Termination for Convenience_ The Port may terminate this Agreement at any time for any reason, by giving the Agency thirty (30) days' written notice. In the event the Agency has completed any portion of the Project by the time it receives the Port's notice of termination, the Port shall pay the Agency the percentage of the Grant Funds attributable to the Agency's completed portion of the Project. 6. Termination for Default. Except in the case of delay or failure resulting from circumstances beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Agency, the Port shall be entitled, by written or oral notice to the Agency, to terminate Agreement for breach of any of the terms and to have all other rights against the Agency by reason of the Agency's breach as provided by law. T Waiver. Failure at any time of the Port to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of such provision or prejudice the right of the Port to enforce such provision at any subsequent time. No term or condition of this Agreement shall be held to be waived, modified or deleted except by a written amendment signed by the Parties 8. Partial Invalidity. If any provision of this Agreement is or becomes void or unenforceable by force or operation of law, all other provisions hereof shall remain valid and enforceable. Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement, The Agency shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the Port, its Commissioners, officers, employees, and agents (hereafter, collectively, the "Port") from all liability, claims, damages, losses, and expenses (including, but not limited to attorneys' and consultants' fees and other expenses of litigation or arbitration) arising out of or related to the fulfillment of this Agreement; provided, however, if and to the extent that this Agreement is construed to be relative to the construction, alternation, repair, addition to, subtraction from, improvement to, or maintenance of, any building, highway, road, railroad, excavation, or other structure, project, development, or improvement attached to real estate, including moving or S-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 2 of 7 demolition in connection therewith, and therefore subject to Section 4.24.115 of the Revised Code of Washington, it is agreed that where such liability, claim, damage, loss or expense arises from the concurrent negligence of (i) the Port, and (ii) the Agency, its agents, or its employees, it is expressly agreed that the Agency's obligations of indemnity under this paragraph shall be effective only to the extent of the Agency's negligence. Such obligations shall not be construed to negate, abridge, or otherwise reduce any other right or obligation of indemnity which would otherwise exist as to any person or entity described in this paragraph. This paragraph shall not be construed so as to require the Agency to defend, indemnify, or hold harmless the Port from such claims, damages, losses or expenses caused by or resulting from the sole negligence of the Port. In any and all claims against the Port, by any employee of the Agency, its agent, anyone directly or indirectly employed by either of them, or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, the indemnification obligation of this paragraph shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation benefits payable by or for the Agency, or other person under applicable industrial insurance laws (including, but not limited to Title 51 of the Revised Code of Washington), it being clearly agreed and understood by the Parties hereto that the Agency expressly waives any immunity the Agency might have had under such laws. By executing this Agreement, the Agency acknowledges that the foregoing waiver has been mutually negotiated by the parties. The Agency shall pay all attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by the Port in establishing and enforcing the Port's right under this paragraph, whether or not suit was instituted. 10. Comply with All Laws. The Agency shall at all times comply with all federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations, including but not limited to all environmental laws, which in any manner apply to the performance of this Agreement. 11. Integration. This Agreement, together with the attached Exhibit A, constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and unless modified in writing by an amendment executed by the Parties, shall be implemented only as described herein. 12. Governing Law and Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington. Any action arising out of this Agreement shall be brought in King County. 13. No Employment Relationship Created. The Parties agree that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to create an employment relationship between the Agency and the Port. 14. No Entity Created. The Parties agree that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to create a joint entity between the Agency and the Port. 15. Notices. Notices to the Port shall be sent to: Port of Seattle Economic Development Division P. O. Box 1209 Seattle, WA 98111 Notices to the Agency shall be sent_ to: City of Federal Way 33325 8` Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 16. Audits and Retention of Records. The Agency in and make all books, records and documents (the "Records") relating to the performance of this Agreement open to inspection or audit by representatives of the Port or Washington State during the term of this Agreement and for a period S-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 3 of 7 of not less than six (6) years after termination of the Agreement; provided, that if any litigation, claim or audit arising out of, in connection with or related to this Agreement is initiated, the Agency shall retain such Records until the later of (a) resolution or completion of litigation claim or audit; or (b) six (6) years after the termination of this Agreement. 17. Amendment. This Agreement may only be amended by written agreement of the Parties. 18, Dispute Resolution. The Parties shall use their best, good faith efforts to cooperatively resolve disputes that arise in connection with this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have executed this agreement as of the date first set forth above. PORT OF SEATTLE By: Colby Wattling Buyer III Signature Dated CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 0 Signature Dated 5-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 4 of 7 EXHIBIT A Background: The Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership Program is an annual, cooperative economic development program to help fund local economic development initiatives across King County. Based on a per capita calculation, King County cities (except Seattle) may each receive between $5,000 and $60,000 based on the city's population. The maximum grant allocation for each city, with populations between 5,000 and 60,000 people, is based on one dollar per resident. Population estimates are determined by the Washington State Office of Financial Management. The Port uses the most recent population estimates at the start of the grant cycle. Cities with populations numbering less than 5,000 people are eligible to receive grant funds up to $5,000 and cities with populations numbering more than 60,000 people are eligible to receive grant funding up to $60,000. Grant funds require a 50 percent match of dollars or in -kind resources. In -kind resources can only be used for up to 25 percent of the grant award amount. Project Description: 1. Project Description: Summarize the project(s) you plan to implement and explain how project(s) address COVID- 19 economic issues in your city. Include a brief description of the project goal(s) and summary of COVID-19 economic impacts being addressed. This project will further several economic recovery goals the City of Federal Way ("City") has while supporting business retention, expansion and recovery efforts: 1 PROJECT 1: OUTREACH & SURVEY During COVID-19 outreach, it came to light that business contact data in many cases is inaccurate or contacts are out of date. This made it difficult to reliably contact and inform businesses of COVID-19 resources. Future outreach is also necessary for various City -driven projects to inform businesses of any related issues, which is valuable to minimize impacts to normal business. In addition, connecting with businesses will enable the City to anonymously survey business sentiment as a baseline this year and use this feedback as reference in future business sentiment surveys. 2. PROJECT 2: BRE PILOT • Finally, the remaining grant funding after outreach will be used to implement a small pilot program identified during the outreach as being valuable for business retention & expansion (BRE). 2. Project Scope of Work: Outline project title or components, economic impacts of COVID-19 the project is addressing, project goals, project deliverables, and metrics (measurable outcomes) using the table below. View Appendix B for sample metrics, measures of success, and data sources. The table is used in the agreement between the Port of Seattle and each city. The focus of this year's grant application is to support the development of a Federal Way Business Retention, Expansion & Recovery Program (BRE). The BRE program has three goals: 1. To build a business contact list; 2. To anonymously survey these businesses on retention & recovery needs; and 3. To connect businesses with customers/services/resources to support business recovery and resiliency The BRE Program scope of work will include some or all the following: 1. Project 1: Outreach & survey The City will identify up to 500 licensed businesses in Federal Way to conduct an anonymous three question outreach survey. The City will identify a regional call center specialized in this type of outreach. The call center should prioritize hiring employees with a mobility or physical disability, veterans or similar. The goal is to repeat the anonymous survey annually to measure business sentiment within the city. S-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 5 of 7 2. Project 2: BRE Pilot Program The responses of businesses will be analyzed and a small pilot BRE program will be launched as a result of the business feedback received. The program will be monitored, analyzed and updated/upgraded based on the metrics observed. Deliverables for this project will be: 1. Development of a BRE pilot program to address identified business needs. This could include but is not limited to workforce development, business financing, marketing support or technical assistance programs. 2. Continued updating and development of up-to-date business information (accurate contact etc.) • Contact business owners and managers • Gather up-to-date business information & make resource referrals for small businesses to services like the SBDC & Chamber of Commerce • Provide better information and understanding for local leaders of the business climate. • Identify business's needs and opportunities • Discover and help businesses solve problems and challenges • Outreach using mail/call/mail completed by June 2023 • BRE pilot program launched by November 2023 Final report to Port of Seattle November 2023 Development of BRE pilot program to address identified business needs. Report on outreach & anonymous survey results & data Number of businesses with updated contact & business information 3. Connection to Port of Seattle interests: Explain how your project benefits the Port of Seattle and ties to the Port's business interests? *Port business interests tie closely to the health of aviation, maritime/logistics, manufacturing, and construction/ trades clusters. Tourism is another important industry to the Port of Seattle. The Federal Way outreach and pilot BRR Program has the objective of assisting small businesses in business recovery, which directly aligns with one of the Port's stated economic development responsibilities of: "...sustaining and creating family -wage jobs by supporting small businesses..." (Port Economic Development website). The Federal Way pilot BRR Program also benefits the Century Agenda objective to: "Use our influence as an institution to promote small business growth and workforce development." 4. Project Budget: Identify each project budget category, total funds (including the monetary value of in -kind resources), Port of Seattle funds and City monetary and in -kind matching funds. Include the total funds from each column in the second to last row. Include the percentage contributions to the Port of Seattle's contribution in the last row. This table is used in the agreement between the Port of Seattle and each city. 5-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 6 of 7 Project 1: Small Business $30,000 $7,500 $7,500 $45,000 Outreach & Survey Assistance Project 2: Small Business $30,000 $7,500 $7,500 $45,000 Assistance BRE Pilot Program Total Funds: $60,000 $15,000 $15,000 Percentage I �100% 25% 25% $90,000 contribution to Port Funds*: *City monetary and in -kind matching funds must add up to at least 50% of the Port of Seattle funds awarded. In -kind resources can only be used for up to 25 percent of the grant award amount. See program guidelines for more details. 5. Collaboration with partners: Please identify any community organizations (chamber of commerce, neighborhood associations, Small Business Development Centers, SCORE, Greater Seattle Partners, etc.) you plan to work with to complete all or part of your project(s)? The City will collaborate with the Chamber of Commerce as needed during the progression of the project and program. 6. Use of consultants or contractors: If you plan to use consultants or contractors to complete all or part of the project, please identify the firm or type of firm you plan to hire for this project. The City will collaborate with a call center for the outreach. The City will also collaborate with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Highline College on resource sharing and business assistance efforts. Other partnerships and collaborations will also be explored based on the type of BRE pilot project determined after the anonymous business survey is completed and analyzed 5-00321491 City of Federal Way Page 7 of 7 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: 0.0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION TO REFORM "STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 1" AND CALLING FOR A VOTE BY AFFECTED PROPERTY OWNERS ON THE RENEWAL OF THE DISTRICT. POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council adopt a Resolution calling for a vote by affected property owners on reformation of Steel Lake Management District Number 1 (SLMD) for a ten-year term commencing January 1, 2024? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ® Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ® Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Dan SterAk , Water Quality Specialist DEPT: Public Works Attachments: 1. Staff Memorandum 2. Proposed Resolution and Exhibits: Exhibit A: 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan Exhibit B: Property Owner Petition in support of SLMD Reformation Options Considered: 1. Approve proposed resolution and initiate vote process by affected property owners. 2. Do not approve proposed resolution and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A (-0 DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Committee CAncil I Initial/Date Initial/Date Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed resolution. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: June 6, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director Dan Sternkopf, Pollution Control Specialist SUBJECT: Public hearing and resolution to reform "Steel Lake Management District Number 1" Financial Imparts: There is no cost to the City for the renewal of Steel Lake Management District — Number 1 (SLMD). SLMD activities are funded through the collection of special assessments that will be collected annually. These assessments are collected from property owners having properties adjacent to Steel Lake with lakefront footage or with deeded lake access. All City of Federal Way staff activities related to the SLMD are funded through these assessments, and thus will have no direct financial impacts on the City. Background Information: After 10 years of successful lake management, 2023 will end the existing Steel Lake Management District Number 1 (2014-2023). The SLMD provides an organizational structure and funding mechanism that allows for proactive lake management activities focusing on the protection and enhancement of water quality, recreational use, and aesthetic value of Steel Lake. SLMD Advisory Committee members and other affected property owners are now interested in renewing the SLMD for another 10-year period. Attached to the Resolution as Exhibit A, is a signed petition to the City of Federal Way City Council to renew the Steel Lake Management District Number 1. The petition meets the criteria set forth in RCW 36.61.030 for the initiation of a Lake Management District, and the LMD management goals contained therein are based on the 2014-2023 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP) and subsequent Annual Reports (2004-2022) (together the "Plan"). This Plan is attached to the Resolution as Exhibit B. At the April 18, 2023, City Council meeting, a public hearing date concerning the reformation of the SLMD was set for June 6, 2023, and a resolution of intent to reform the SLMD was adopted. Following the public hearing on June 6, 2023, City Council is being asked to approve the Rev. 7/18 attached resolution to renew the SLMD and call for a vote by the affected property owners on the renewal of the proposed district. If the resolution is adopted, voting ballots will be prepared and mailed out to the affected parties based upon criteria in RCW 36.61.080. If the renewal of the SLMD is approved by the voters, then an ordinance creating the SLMD will be drafted for consideration by the City Council. Following the adoption of the ordinance, an assessment roll will be created, published, and sent to the affected property owners. A public hearing will also be set regarding the assessment roll, after which an ordinance establishing the assessment roll and a resolution establishing the Steel Lake Advisory Committee will be brought before City Council for consideration. The renewal process concludes with an ordinance establishing the time of payment, interest, and penalties. Rev. 7/18 RESOLUTION NO.23- A RESOLUTION of the City of Federal Way, Washington, to reform Steel Lake Management District Number 1 and call for a vote by affected property owners on the renewal of the proposed district. WHEREAS, the term of the current Steel Lake Management District Number 1 ("District") will expire at the end of 2023; and WHEREAS, the City completed the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan ("Plan") attached as Exhibit A, which provides the basis for the annual work plan and management goals of the District; and WHEREAS, the Plan was initiated because of citizen interest in the long-term protection of Steel Lake; and WHEREAS, Steel Lake contains significant natural resources including wetlands, and supports many beneficial public purposes including recreation, water quality, stormwater protection, aesthetics, and property value support; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 35.21 RCW and Chapter 36.61 RCW a lake management district may be formed to provide funding to support the maintenance and improvement of lakes; and WHEREAS, the Steel Lake community has demonstrated continued support for the District through submittal of the petition calling for renewal of the District attached as Exhibit B, pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 36.61 RCW; and WHEREAS, pursuant to a City resolution, a public hearing was conducted on June 6, 202J, on the renewal of the District after public notice of the hearing was provided to all affected property owners consistent with Chapter 36.61 RCW; and Resolution No. 23- Page I of 77 WHEREAS, after considering the testimony received at the public hearing, the City of Federal Way City Council declares that submitting the question of renewal of the District to a vote by the affected property owners is within the public's interest, and the proposed financing for the District is considered feasible. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings. The City Council finds that it is in the public interest to renew the District and that the financing of the lake improvement and maintenance activities is feasible. Attached as Exhibit A and hereby incorporated by reference is the 2024-2033 Plan, which describes (1) the proposed improvement and maintenance activities that avoid adverse impacts on fish and wildlife and provide for appropriate measures to protect and enhance fish and wildlife; (2) the number of years the District will exist; (3) the amount, method, description, and frequency of special assessments or rates and charges, and the possibility of revenue bonds that are payable from the rates and charges; and (4) the estimated special assessment or rates and charges proposed to be imposed on each parcel included in the proposed lake management district. Section 2. Vote of Affected Propenly Owners. The renewal of the District shall be referred to a vote of the property owners within the proposed management district. The residents' Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Reform the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024- 2033 is attached hereto as Exhibit B and hereby incorporated herein by this reference. The City shall prepare the appropriate ballot, based upon criteria in RCW 36.61.080, calling for a vote on the formation of the District. The ballots shall be mailed to the affected residents no later than June 7, 2023, and shall be tabulated only if returned to the City of Federal Way by no later than five p. m. Resolution No. 23- Page 2 of 77 (5:00 p.m.) on June 28, 2023. All ballots must be signed by the owner or reputed owner of property according to the assessor' s tax rolls. Each property owner shall mark his or her ballot "for" or "against" the renewal of the proposed District, with the ballot weighted so that the property owner has one vote for each dollar of estimated special assessment or rate and charge proposed to be imposed on his or her property. The valid ballots shall be tabulated and a simple majority of the votes cast shall determine whether the proposed District shall be approved or rejected. If approved by the voters within the proposed District, an ordinance will be prepared to formally renew the District effective January 1, 2024 for a term of ten (10) years, expiring on December 31, 2033. Section 3. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this resolution. Section 4. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this resolution are authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 5. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 6. Effective Date. This resolution shall be effective immediately upon passage by the Federal Way City Council. Resolution No. 23- Page 3 of 77 RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON this day of , 2023. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR ATTEST: STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO.: Resolution No. 23- Page 4 of 77 EXHIBIT A 2024-2033 steel Lake Management District Plan Resolution No. 23- Page 5 of 77 The 2024-2033 steel Lake Management District Plan March 17, 2023 `CITY OF Federal Way Public Works Department Surface Water Management Division 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 Resolution No. 23- Page 6 of 77 Resolution No. 23- Page 7 of 77 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION..................................... .................................................................................................................. I 1.0 LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GOALS.............................................................................................1 2.0 BACKGROUND AND PAST LAKE MANAGEMENT EFFORTS.........................................................2 2.1 Early efforts....................... ........................................................... .......................... ................ ........................ 2 2.2 2001- 2002................ .._............................_.._............................._......_.........................._.........._.....----- ..........2 2.3 2003................................................._...._................................................_....._........_......................................3 2.4 2004-2013............... ........... ..................... .................................................... ........................................ ......... .3 2.5 2014-2023-.-............................................................................................... .....3 3.0 LAKE AND WATERSHED CHARACTERISTICS...................................................................................3 3.1 Land Use .......................... .1..........::---4 ........._I...... •..................... 3.2 Shoreline Use ....................................... ............. ;....:.............. :.......::.......:.....:.:...:..::..................................6 3.3 Outlet, Stream and Wetland Locations ... ................. ...:..: .................................................................. :............ 6 3.4 Non point Nutrient Source Locations ...... ........................... ..................................... :.................................... 7 3.5 Lake Bathymetry.................................. ........ ............... :.......................... ............................ .................... ..... 7 3.6 Water Source ........................... ....................... .................. . .. ..._..........................9 .... ........ ..... ........... 3.7 Water Quality ....................... :.......................................................... .............................. . ................. ........... ..9 3.7.1 Historic Water Quality Data..................................................................................................................................... 9 3.7.2 Water Quality Assessments....................................................................................................................................10 3.8 Water Rights ......................................"_ ..... .:..................................... :.... :....... ::.............. ::.... .......... ....:... .._ 11 3.9 Beneficial and Recreational Uses ............................................... :........:..._,........................:...._............._._, 11 4.0 THE AQUATIC WEED PROBLEM..........................................................................................................14 5.0 AQUATIC PLANT CHARACTERISTICS .... ........ »...............................................................................is 5.1 Native Aquatic Plants in Steel Lake ................................. „.,....................................................................... 15 5.1.1 Native Emergent Plants..........................................................................................................................................15 5.1.2 Native Rooted Floating -Leaved Plants...................................................................................................................16 5.1.3 Native Submerged Macrophytes............................................................................................................................. 16 Small -leafed pondweed (Potamogeton pusillus)......................................................................................................... 16 Naiads(Naja flexilis)................................................................................................................................................... 16 5.1.4 Native Submerged Macroalgae............................................................................................................................... 16 Plant -like algae (Chara, sPp)....... ...................... ................................................. ................................................. a....... 16 Plant -like algae (Nitella, sp.)....................................................................................................................................... 17 5.2 Non -Native Aquatic Plants in Steel Lake...................................................................................................17 5.2.1 Non -Native Emergent Plants.................................................................................................................................. 17 Yellowflag iris (Iris pseudacorus).............................................................................................................................. 17 Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum)... ...»..................................................................................................... 18 5.2.2 Non -Native Rooted Floating -Leaved Plants...........................................................................................................18 Fragrant water lily/ White water lily (Nymphaea odorata).......................................................................................... 18 5.2.3 Non -Native Submerged Macrophytes..................................................................................................................... 19 Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum).................................................... :..................................................... 19 6.0 AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL ALTERNATIVES..................................................................................20 6.1 Aquatic Herbicides ............................. :......................................................... :..................... ........................ 21 6.1.1 Aquatic Plant and Algae Management General Permit........................................................................................... 21 6.1.2 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Milfoil................................. ....... ____ ...... ..................................... :...... :................ 22 6.1.3 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Fragrant Waterlily................................................................................................... 23 6.1.4 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Emergent Vegetation: Yellow Flag Iris and Japanese Knotweed ........................... 24 Resolution No. 23- Page 8 of 77 6.1.5 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Native Aquatic Plants ....... »............... ........................................................................ 24 6.2 Manual Methods ......................................... ................ ........................... ............................ ............. ....... .... 25 6.2.1 Hand-Pulling.......................................................................................................................................................... 25 6.2.2 Cutting or Raking ........ ................_........................................_..............................»...,............................................. 26 6.2.3 Weed Rolling.......................................................................................................................................................... 26 ManualMethod Advantages..-.... .................................... ...... ...... _ ......................... ............. ...... - .......... . . .......... 26 ManualMethod Disadvantages................................................................................................................................... 27 Manual Method Suitability for Steel Lake.................................................................................................................. 27 6.3 Diver Dredging ............................... ........... __... ............... ..............................................................__...._....27 DiverDredging Advantages........................................................................................................................................ 28 DiverDredging Disadvantages... ................................................................................................................................. 28 Diver Dredging Permit Requirements......................................................................................................................... 28 Diver Dredging Suitability for Steel Lake................................................................................................................... 28 6.4 Bottom Barriers ............... .......... ................. ............................... ........ ......... ........ ..._...__................................ 28 BottomBarrier Advantages......................................................................................................................................... 29 BottomBarrier Disadvantages ......................... ............... .............. ».»..,..».................. .......... ...................... _.......... 29 Bottom Barrier Permit Requirements ................ ____ ............... .....».....»......:.....:..........::...... ................................. 29 Bottom Barrier Suitability for Steel Lake.................................................................................................................... 29 6.5 Biological Control ............................. ................. ,_............. ........ ,....... ........... ................ ............................. 29 6.5.1 Grass Carp.............................................................................................................................................................. 30 6.5.2 Watermilfoil Weevil...............................................................................................................................................31 6.6 Rotovation....................................................................... ............. _... ............................. 32 6.7 Harvesting ..................... :......... .......... :....... ............................... ................. ,...... :........... :............... :............ 32 6.8 Mechanical Cutting ............... ........................................................................ .............. __....... ..................... 32 6.9 Drawdown................................_............................._......._...........................................................................33 6.10 No Action Alternative............................................................_................................_...._..._..........._.........._ 33 7.0 INTEGRATED AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT PLAN ...........................33 8.0 PRESERVATION OF NATIVE VEGETATION AND AQUATIC HABITAT...................................34 9.0 ALGAE MANAGEMENT PLAN...............................................................................................................36 10.0 WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM...................................................................................36 11.0 LAKE OUTLET MAINTENANCE PROGRAM......................................................................................37 12.0 CANADA GEESE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ............................................. .......... »........ ...... ............A7 13.0 COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND INVOLVEMENT PROGRAM....................................................38 14.0 LMD ANNUAL COSTS AND COMMITTEE AUTHORIZATION......................................................38 14.1 Primary LMD Management Goal .................. .... .......................................... ................. ........ ___ ............... 39 14.2 Optional LMD Management Goals.......................... ....... .._............. ................ ............... ............................. 40 14.3 SLAC Responsibilities/Authority ................................................................................................................41 14.4 Petition to Create LMD........................................ ..._._....._.._.._._............. .................... ................................ 41 15.0 REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................................43 Resolution No. 23- Page 9 of 77 APPENDICES Appendix A ........................................................... Petition Signatures and SLMD Map Appendix B...........................................................Assessment Rate by Parcel LIST OF FIGURES Fig 1..................................................................... Steel Lake Watershed/Stormwater Conveyance Map Fig 2 ................................................------....... Steel Lake Land Use Map Fig 3...................................................•---.--.---.......2010 Steel Lake Bathymetry Map Fig 4............ :................................. ......................... . Steel Lake TSI values, 1994-2004 LIST OF TABLES Table 1................................................................. Land Use Estimates for the Steel Lake Watershed Table 2 ..........:... Shoreline Use Estimates for Steel Lake Table 3.................................................................. Physical Characteristics of the Steel Lake Watershed Table 4................. .................................. .............. Trophic State Index (TSI) Water Quality Parameters Table 5.................................... .................. ........... List of Steel Lake Beneficial Uses Table 6.................................................................2002 WDFW Total Fish Counts Table 7... .............................................................. Kent/Auburn Rainer Audubon 2010 Bird Count Table 8................................................................. Primary LMD Management Goals Table 9......................... :................. ,..................... Estimated Annual Cost for Contracted Aquatic Plant Management Program Table 10............................................................... Optional LMD Management Goals Resolution No. 23- Page 10 of 77 Page Intentionally Left Blank Resolution No. 23- Page 11 of 77 INTRODUCTION In 2003, the City of Federal Way City Council, by Ordinance 03-452, created the inaugural ten-year Steel Lake Management District (LMD) Number 1 sun -setting on December 31, 2013. Ordinance 13-744 renewed Steel Lake Management District Number 1 for a second multi -year period sun -setting December 31, 2023. The process for a third multi -year renewal was established by Resolution 23-038, and this document, the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP), outlines management goals established by the Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAC) to provide the basis for a renewed Steel Lake Management District, set to become effective at the beginning of 2024, and sun -setting December 31, 2033. Per SLAC direction, this SLMDP is based on prior SLMD plans. Only minor edits have been made for continuity. Per the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 35.21.403, any city or town may establish lake management districts (LMD) within its boundaries as provided in chapter 36.61 RCW. The Washington State legislature finds that the environmental, recreational, and aesthetic values of many of the state's lakes are threatened by euttophication and other deterioration and that existing governmental authorities are unable to adequately improve and maintain the quality of the state's lakes. It is through RCW 36.61 that a governmental mechanism may be established by which property owners can embark on a program of lake improvement and maintenance for their and the general public's benefit, health, and welfare. RCW 36.61.020 outlines the requirements for the creation of a lake management district, including the protocols for financing the LMD improvements and maintenance of a lake. RCW 36.61 also describes the set of activities permitted to be undertaken by an LMD: (1) The control or removal of aquatic plants and vegetation; (2) water quality; (3) the control of water levels; (4) storm water diversion and treatment; (5) agricultural waste control; (6) studying lake water quality problems and solutions; (7) cleaning and maintaining ditches and streams entering or leaving the lake; and (8) the related administrative, engineering, legal, and operational costs, including the costs of creating the lake management district. 1.0 LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GOALS Depending upon year-to-year fund balances, the renewed Steel Lake Management District Number 1 will allow for the implementation of all activities granted by RCW 36.61.020. However, a more reasonable set of management goals have been established for the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP). These management goals are based upon lake improvement and maintenance activities that may be expected to be implemented over the LMD's ten-year period (2024-2033) per approval by the Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAC): 1. Management of non-native aquatic plants and vegetation 2. Preservation of native vegetation and aquatic habitat 3. Management of hazardous algae blooms 4. Water quality monitoring 5. Maintenance of lake outlet channel 6. Management of Canada geese CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 12 of 77 7. Community Education and Public Involvement 2.0 BACKGROUND AND PAST LAKE MANAGEMENT EFFORTS Past lake management work for Steel Lake has primarily been limited to aquatic plant management and public education and involvement. The following outlines these efforts. 2.1 Early efforts Until the incorporation of the City of Federal Way in 1990, the Steel Lake community was under the jurisdiction of King County. Early aquatic plant management efforts were spear -headed by the Steel Lake Residents Association to improve Steel Lake and the region around the lake. In the late 1980s, Steel Lake was reported to be infested by the non-native aquatic plant, Eurasian watermilfoil (see Section 5.2.3 for a description. The Eurasian watermilfoil (milfoil) infestation covered large littoral areas of Steel Lake up to the 15-foot depth interval, and was severe enough to result in the formation of dense beds that affected shallower near shore areas. The conditions caused restrictions to fishing, swimming, sailing, and other types of boating. In 1990, Federal Way was incorporated as a city and the Surface Water Management (SWM) division began actively engaging in the lake water quality issues. By 1994 the City of Federal Way and the Steel Lake Residents' Association agreed to equally fund a multi -year aquatic plant management program for Steel Lake to combat recurring milfoil infestations. In addition, the City was able to obtain a Department of Ecology Grant to augment costs. During a successive four-year period, a number of efforts were undertaken by the Residents' Association -City alliance including: a whole -lake Sonar® treatment in 1994 (Resource Management, Inc.); annual diver surveys (Herrera Environmental); and the preparation of a 1994 Lake Management Plan (Envirovision,1994). 2.2 2001- 2002 A lull followed the mid -to -late 1990's aquatic vegetation work, then Steel Lake became reinfested with milfoil in the summer of 2001. The City of Federal Way provided notification of the issue to all Steel Lake residents and immediately began to develop a strategy for future aquatic weed management. In early 2002, although the Steel Lake Residents' Association had dissolved, SWM began gathering support of lakefront residents to re-form the aquatic plant management program. SWM obtained a two-year Early Infestation Grant from the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) that funded a series of underwater surveys and provided permit -authorized and contractor -implemented 2,4-D herbicide treatments that were successful in eradicating a five -acre milfoil infestation. Concurrently, efforts also began that year to form a Steering Committee to initiate the process to create a Lake Management District (LMD) for Steel Lake. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 13 of 77 2.3 2003 In 2003, SWM staff completed an updated Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan (IAVMP) required by the Ecology -issued Aquatic Noxious Weed Control National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Waste Discharge General Permit. The IAVMP was approved by Ecology and provided the basis for LMD development. That year, SWM coordinated a number of Steel Lake Steering Committee meetings that resulted in the formation of a long-term aquatic vegetation management work plan. Cost estimates from both the IAVMP and the work plan were used to calculate the necessary property assessment rates (based on parcel types) that would be required to fund a ten-year LMD. AquaTechnex continued to work under contract for the City in 2003. Two systematic aquatic plant diver surveys were performed that established populations of all submerged, floating and emergent aquatic plants (both native and non-native). Following the successful efforts taken under the Ecology Grant in 2002, milfoil populations were limited and scuba -diver hand -pulling was sufficient to control the infestation. After a public vote and action by Federal Way City Council, the process to form Steel Lake Management District Number. One was completed toward the end of 2003. The ten-year LMD began in 2004. 2.4 2004-2013 Surface Water Management (SWM) has facilitated aquatic plant management activities on Steel Lake per the ten-year (2004-2013) Steel Lake Management District (LMD). In summary, the annual LMD programs have been administered through the implementation of work plans that included: quarterly Advisory Committee meetings, annual aquatic plant surveys, treatment and control methods as warranted, and effective public education. 2.5 2014-2023 Surface Water Management (SWM) has facilitated aquatic plant management activities on Steel Lake per the ten-year (2014-2023) Steel Lake Management District (LMD). In summary, the annual LMD programs have been administered through the implementation of work plans that included: quarterly Advisory Committee meetings, annual aquatic plant surveys, treatment and control methods as warranted, and effective public education. 3.0 LAKE AND WATERSHED CHARACTERISTICS The Steel Lake watershed is located approximately twenty miles south of Seattle, in the City of Federal Way, King County, Washington. The watershed is 429 acres in size and drains a gently sloping topographic area with elevations ranging from 440 feet to 500 feet (Figure 1). The entire watershed of Steel Lake lies within the City of Federal Way. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 14 of 77 3.1 Land Use Land use in the watershed is primarily comprised of single-family residences (Figure 2 and Table 1). Steel Lake Park, multi -family residences, and vacant land comprise most of the remaining land in the watershed. It should be noted that the sub -basin boundary in Figure 1 and land use estimates in Table 1 are for Redondo Creek sub -basin CPR3, which includes an additional acreage to the north and west of the lake outlet. City Of Figure 1: Federal Way Watershed Stormwater Conveyance Map Watershed Srormwater Conveyance Lae pro• ®� �� Federal Way L.tr rrr.. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 15 of 77 City of Federal Way Figure 2: Watershed Land Use Map "s � • .3A, i _ lrn I� >�� iT�i. la.• '_ �r Land the Category � _ • Drainage •, m �I t t s a "e a; Indus" _ �: Si i jT - Inowbord p i MuRiFamily Olhce e DPen—e "r d Pan Z� a Right of Way iacT .rope Family R Udioes S 3/2 ST RG Vacant _ 1.0°0 ;DW %iiiiiiiij FeR F . Federal Way Table 1. Land Use Estimates for the Steel Lake Watershed (Subbasin CPR3) Land Use Classification Commercial Area (Acres) Percent (%) 12.34 2.88 Drainage 0.74 0.17 Industrial 0.6 0.14 Institutional 5.81 1.36 Multi -family 27.26 6.36 Office 5.84 1.36 Open Space 2.65 0.62 Park 28.70 6.70 Right of Way 65.23 15.22 Single family 172.27 40.19 Steel Lake 47.37 11.05 Utilities 2.29 0.54 Vacant 57.52 13.42 Watershed (Total) 428.63 100.00 Data Source: King County Parcel Assessor Information and City of Federal Way GIS, 2012 5 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 16 of 77 3.2 Shoreline Use Steel Lake includes 7,129 feet of shoreline (Table 2). The majority of the shoreline includes lake frontage adjacent to single-family property (5,179 feet). Public access to the lake is from Steel Lake Park (parcel 092104 9026), owned and managed by the City of Federal Way. The Park is located on the south shore of the lake and includes a public beach area. A public boat launch (parcel 798440 0210), also located on the south shore near the park, is owned by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The largest undeveloped parcel (092104 9012) is located at the northwest corner, and has a shoreline measuring 542 feet, with a portion classified as a Category I Wetland (see Section 3.3). Table 2. Shoreline Use Estimates for Steel Lake Shoreline Use Single family Total frontage (ft) Percent %) 5,178.63 72.64 Steel Lake Park 872.67 12.24 Vacant 699.1 9.81 Multifamily 314.13 4.41 Public boat launch 64.49 0.90 Total 7,129.03 100.00 Data Source: King County Parcel Assessor Information and City of Federal Way GIS, 2012 3.3 Outlet, Stream and Wetland Locations Steel Lake forms the headwaters of Redondo Creek. Outflow from the lake generally occurs only during the wet season (November through April). The lake outlet drains in a northwest direction from the west end of the lake, passing through wetlands to a culvert crossing at South 304th Street. The outlet continues to flow underneath Pacific Highway South to eventually discharge into Puget Sound at Redondo Beach in the City of Des Moines (approximately 1.5 miles downstream of the lake). The Steel Lake outlet channel has a history of flow congestion due to an accumulation of sediment, fallen trees, woody debris, invasive blackberry vegetation, and trash. In addition, there is a lack of a defined channel immediately downstream of the lake. SWM will continue to maintain the culvert crossing at S. 3041 Street. In addition, it is envisioned that the Steel Lake LMD will maintain the wetland area upstream of the culvert crossing to minimize impacts to lake levels caused by identified causes and natural wetland processes. Steel Lake wetland areas were surveyed by Sheldon & Associates for the City of Federal Way in 1998, and this information is included in the July 1999 Final Wetland Inventory Report. The purpose of the wetlands inventory report was to identify and map the general location of the wetlands within the city limits of Federal Way. General wetland and buffer conditions and characteristics, wetland sizes, and wetland ratings based on the City's proposed rating system are provided in the report. Although all wetlands inventoried were mapped, the inventory process did not include delineation of wetland edges (only approximate boundaries and locations of wetlands were determined). CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 17 of 77 The 1999 Sheldon & Associates Final Wetland Inventory Report lists two separate categories of wetlands associated with Steel Lake: 1. Category I wetland at the west end of Steel Lake (04-21-04-39) on parcels 092104 9196 and 092104 9124. Category I wetlands are defined as those greater than 2,500 square feet in area and those that meet one of the following criteria: 1. Contain the presence of species or documented habitat recognized by state or federal agencies as endangered, threatened or potentially extirpated plant, fish or animal species; or 2. Contain the presence of plant associations of infrequent occurrence, irreplaceable ecological functions, or exceptional local significance including but not limited to estuarine systems, peat bogs and fens, mature forested wetlands, groundwater exchange areas, significant habitat or unique educational sites; or 3. Have three or more wetland classes one of which is open water. 2. Category III wetlands at the north shore (09-21-04-38) from approximately 2111 South 3041h Street east to 2231 South 304`h Street. These Category III wetlands are described as having an approximate cumulative size between 500 to 2,500 square feet. Category III wetlands do not exhibit characteristics of Category I or II wetlands. 3.4 Non -point Nutrient Source Locations The majority of surface water is conveyed to the lake through the City's stormwater system from the 429- acre watershed. (Figure 1). The largely urbanized nature of the watershed contributes typical urban area nutrient -related pollutants to the lake, in particular nitrogen and phosphorous. Pollutant sources in the watershed —including landscaping, gardening; domestic pets, flocks of resident and migratory Canada geese, and vehicle washing in upland areas of the watershed —all have the potential to contribute a loading of nutrients into the lake. Large concentrations of these non -point nutrients can increase the biological productivity of the lake and stimulate plant growth. It is worthy to note that all lakefront residences and most of the development in the watershed are connected to the Lakehaven Utility District sanitary sewer system. 3.5 Lake Bathymetry On March 11, 2010, AquaTechnex completed a bathymetry mapping effort for Steel Lake (Figure 3). A sonar unit accurate to a tenth of a foot was paired with a Trimble GPS data logger with sub -foot accuracy to record depth readings at two second intervals along pre -determined transects. There were a total of 20,674 points generated in the production of the mapping effort. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 18 of 77 Figure 3, 2010 Steel Lake Bathymetry Map A— M 6 A— .T M14•G Plh -293h Mem OePN:-IZ 511 — - PAWpL� Mmn• : W c.a irony e— Ma6M. Gp A'.appnp Cwatle(su toolx U—') Wd . N 41A Physical characteristics of Steel Lake are summarized in Table 3. Table 3. Physical Characteristics of Steel Lake Watershed Characteristic Unit Surface area 48.6 acres Lake volume 607 acre-feet Maximum depth 29 feet Average depth 12.5 feet Lake altitude 440 feet Shoreline length 7,129 feet7j Data Source: AquaTechnex Bathymetry Mapping, 2010. Note that the lake surface area calculated by AquaTechnex reflects full lake pool conditions, and differs from the figure provided in Table 1. 8 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 19 of 77 3.6 Water Source The majority of surface water enters the lake via stormwater outfalls located around the perimeter of the lake (Figure 1). No streams flow into the lake. 3.7 Water Quality Population growth, and specifically residential development, is associated with many environmental impacts, including nutrient pollution and subsequent eutrophication of lakes. Eutrophication of lakes refers to a group of symptoms that lakes generally display when they have been overloaded by nutrients, namely nitrogen and phosphorus. These symptoms include a disruption of the natural ecological state of the lake, including higher primary production, higher algae biomass, and a shifting of the algal community to a larger proportion of large blue-green algae that can be toxic to humans and pets. Thus, eutrophication often leads to lakes that are less economically beneficial and less aesthetically desirable to humans (2003, Moore, Schindler, Scheuerell, Smith and Frodge). Although the developed region surrounding Steel Lake has seen a reduction in point source nutrient pollution (i.e. hook up to public sanitary systems), there continues to be sources of nonpoint pollution in the watershed. 3.7.1 Historic Water Quality Data A King County Lake Stewardship Program Volunteer Monitoring Program for Steel Lake began in the 1980s and continued for several decades until budget cuts ended the program in 2004. The most recent data generated by this program indicates that Steel Lake is relatively low in primary productivity (borderline oligotrophic to mesotrophic) with very good water quality. The assessment of biological activity (or trophic state) can be classified into three general categories of lake water quality: oligotrophic, mesotrophic, and eutrophic. A common measurement used to calculate a lake's water quality classification is the numerical trophic state index (illustrated in Table 4). Lakes with low concentrations of nutrients, low concentrations of algae, and high transparency (or clarity) are considered oligotrophic. A lake with high concentrations of nutrients and algae and low transparency is considered eutrophic. Lakes whose quality ranges between eutrophic and oligotrophic are considered mesotrophic. Table 4. Trophic State Index (TSI) Water Quality Parameters Trophic State/Biological Activity TSI Oligotrophic/Low <40 Mesotroph is/Moderate 40-50 Eutrophic/High >50 Data Source: Carlson, 1977 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 20 of 77 Historical water quality data for Steel Lake are represented graphically in Figure 4. The data indicate Steel Lake has been consistently trending toward lower primary productivity (borderline oligotrophic to mesotrophic) with very good water quality. Figure 4, Steel Lake TSI 1994-2004 N N 7 M N I- 70 60 50 40 30 20 Secchi - - - • - - - Chlor Tote IT Ln co 1­ oo rn o — N Cf) IT w rn M a) rn M po 0 00 0 0) 0) 0)W � 0)N N N N N Data Source: King County Lake Stewardship Program 3.7.2 Water Quality Assessments The federal Clean Water Act, adopted in 1972, requires that all states restore their waters to be "fishable and swimmable." Washington's Water Quality Assessment —developed by the Department of Ecology —lists the water quality status for all water bodies in the state. This assessment meets the federal requirements for an integrated report under Sections 303(d) and 305(b) of the Clean Water Act. The most up-to-date information, The 2018 Water Quality Assessment was reviewed for the 2024- 2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan, which includes three assessment listings for Steel Lake: Fecal Coliform, Category 2, Waters of Concern: Waters where the data are not sufficient for listing a waterbody segment as impaired but may still raise a concern about water quality. • Department of Ecology lakes monitoring data shows 0 of 3 daily maximum samples exceeded the percentile criterion in 2003. Samples were collected near Steel Lake Park recreation area to reflect water quality conditions in this area only. ■ King County unpublished data from station A730 show a geometric mean of 134 cfu/100mL with 50% exceeding the percentile criterion during 1998. ■ King County unpublished data from station A730 show a geometric mean of 260 cfu/100mL with 100% exceeding the percentile criterion during 1999. • Remarks: Based on comments produced by the City of Federal Way, the assessment for this listing was changed from Category 5 (Polluted Waters that Require a TMDL) to Category 2 (Waters of Concern) on January 5, 2006. 10 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 21 of 77 2. Invasive Exotic Species, Category 4C, Impaired water that does not require a TMDL: Water impairment by causes that cannot be addressed through a TMDL plan. Impairments in these water bodies include low water flow, stream channelization, and dams. These problems, while not pollutants, require complex solutions to help restore water bodies to more natural conditions. • Ecology survey (Parsons and ONeal, 2000) found Eurasian water-milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum). • Ecology surveys between 2006-2017 found Eurasian water-milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum). ■ Remarks: Based on comments produced by the City of Federal Way, the assessment for this listing was changed from Category 4C (Waters Impaired by a Non -Pollutant) to Category 2 (Waters of Concern) on January 31, 2005. However, it reverted back to Category 4C during the 2018 assessment cycle based on Ecology surveys between 2006-2017. 3. Total Phosphorus, Category 1, Meets tested standards for clean water: Water body meets the state water quality standards. • King County Volunteer Citizen Monitoring Program shows total phosphorus did not exceed the water quality standards nutrient criterion from samples collected between 1998-2002. 3.8 Water Rights In June 2012, the Department of Ecology Water Resources Program was accessed electronically to determine current water right certificates, water use permits, applications for water use, and claims of water use on Steel Lake (Ecology, 2012). Using Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping, it was determined that only one Certificate of Water Right currently exists on Steel Lake: ■ 2605 South 304'' Street (parcel 092104 9078). 3.9 Beneficial and Recreational Uses Table 5 contains a list of beneficial uses that Steel Lake provides to area residents, visitors, and wildlife. In particular, the lake supports a large public park, excellent wetland habitat, and a trout -stocking program. It is also important to note that motorized boats are prohibited on Steel Lake per City of Federal Way Ordinance Number 12-715. 3.10 Wildlife Steel Lake is managed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife ()VDFW) as a trout and warm -water fishery. Between 1947 and 1969, the lake was rehabilitated on five occasions by treating with rotenone to reduce populations of spiny -ray fish and was stocked each of those years with approximately 7,000 rainbow trout fry (Salmo gairdneri). Due to the mixed species character of the fish community and the poor survival of trout fry, the fish management program changed in the 1970s by eliminating rotenone treatments and by stocking with rainbow trout of catchable size (between 8 and 12 inches long) in the spring of each year (City of Federal Way, 2003). Since 1991 an average of 6,000 trout have been released into the lake each year. 11 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 22 of 77 Table 5. List of Beneficial Uses for Steel Lake Beneficial Use Location Swimming Public and private shorelines and docks Fishing Whole lake Sailing Whole lake Waterfowl habitat Concentrated along western shore Aesthetic enjoyment In lake and surrounding shoreline Bird watching Throughout the lake Wetland habitat Near the lake outlet (western end of the lake) Wildlife habitat Crayfish, turtles, and frogs primarily near shore Trout stocking I Deep water habitat. No trout spawn in the lake City park Approximately 873 feet of shoreline Fish habitat Spawning (warmwater fish) occurs near docks and lilies in the west end. No salmon spawn in the lake Table 6. 2002 WDFW Total Fish Counts Species Yellow Perch Largemouth Bass Pumpkinseed Rainbow Trout Brown Bullhead Total Sampled 621 148 79 16 37 Percent 68.9% 16.4% 8% 8 4.1 % 1.8% Size, 1-4 inch 4 88 0 0 Size, 4-7 inch 46 49 51 0 2 Size, 7-11 inch 22 7 28 37 12 Size, 11-14 inch 0 1 0 0 2 Size, 14-17 inch 0 1 0 0 0 Size, 17-19 inch 1 0 2 0 0 0 The Kent/Auburn chapter of the Rainier Audubon Society 2010 Christmas Bird Count may be used as a gauge of bird species that may visit Steel Lake (Table 7). Birds, mammals and small amphibians are also known to use Steel Lake. Residents report seeing muskrats, bald eagles, skunks, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, turtles and frogs. 12 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 23 of 77 Table 7. Kent/Auburn Rainier Audubon 2010 Christmas Bird Count Cackling Goose 399 Spotted Sandier 1 American Robin 821 Canada Goose 1029 Black Tumstone 20 Varied Thrush 38 Trumpeter Swan 34 Wilson's Snipe 10 European Starlin 2407 Wood Duck 2 Mew Gull 77 American Pi it 1 Gadwall 134 Ring -billed Gull 2 Yelow-rum ed Warbler 64 Eurasian Wi eon 7 California Gull 15 Townsend's Warbler 7 American Widgeon 1883 1 Herring Gull 3 Common Yellowthroat 0 Mallard 1674 Tha er's Gull 1 Spotted Towhee 126 Green -winged Teal 1276 Western Gull 2 Savannah Sparrow 8 Eurasian GW Teal 1 Glaucous -winged Gull 645 Fox S arrow 96 Northern Shoveler 285 Gull sp. 230 Sonf Sparrow 513 Northern Pintail 1955 Pigeon Guillemot 6 Lincoln's Sparrow 28 Canvasback 11 Rhinoceros Auklet 2 White -throated Sparrow 1 Redhead 21 Rock Pigeon 1159 White -crowned Sparrow 64 Ring -neck duck 604 Band -tailed Pigeon 13 Dark -eyed Junco 616 Greater Scaup 1 Mourning Dove 7 State -colored Junco 2 Hanle uin Duck 79 Barn Owl 3 Red -winged Blackbird 628 Surf Scoter 4 Western Screech Owl 1 Brewers Blackbird 500 White -winged Scoter 576 Great Homed Owl 4 Brown -headed Cowbird 21 Black Scoter 17 Barred Owl 1 Purple Finch 15 Bufflehead 7 Short -eared Owl 0 1 House Finch 202 Common Goldene a 478 Northern Saw -whet Owl 1 1 Pine Siskin 434 Barrow's Goldene a 92 Anna's Hummingbird 30 1 American Goldfinch 47 Hooded Merganser 71 Belted Kingfisher 16 Evening Grosbeak 125 Common Merganser 102 Downey Woodpecker 18 House Sparrow 108 Red -breasted Merganser 164 Hairy Woodpecker 10 Coopers Hawk 9 Ruddy Duck 29 Northern Flicker 141 Red-tailed Hawk 89 California Quail 182 1 Pileated Woodpecker 14 Merlin 6 Red -throated Loon 10 Northern Shrike 1 Peregrine falcon 2 Pied -billed Grebe 46 Hutton's Vireo 5 Virginia Rail 12 Horned Grebe 73 Steller's Jay 91 American Coot 454 Red -necked Grebe 24 Western scrub Jay_10 Killdeer 6 Dble-crested Cormorant 105 American Crow 4749 Bewick's Wren 73 Pelagic Cormorant 1 Common Raven 8 Pacific Wren 104 American Bittern 2 Black -capped Chickadee 482 Marsh Wren 60 Great Blue Heron 33 Chestnut Chickadee 224 American Dipper 1 Green Heron 1 Bushtit 265 Golden Kinglet 388 Bald Eagle 36 Red -breasted Nuthatch 30 Ruby Kin let 136 Sharp -shinned Hawk 10 Brown Creeper 16 Hermit Thrush 4 Available information on sensitive, threatened, or endangered aquatic animals (excluding fish) is county - specific, and little or no information is available on Steel Lake proper. Several non-native animal species are known to inhabit Steel Lake, including red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii), Chinese mystery snails (Bellamya chinensis) and the red -eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans). These species were likely introduced to Steel Lake, and although the impact of these non-native species is unknown, most invasive aquatic animal species compete against native species for food sources, thereby presenting implications for the lake ecosystem if they multiply dramatically. 13 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 24 of 77 In 2012, AquaTechnex completed a Steel Lake Discharge Management Plan (DMP) and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Addendum per the requirements of the State of Washington, Department of Ecology, Aquatic Plant and Algae General Permit, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit section S2.13. This requirement must be satisfied when the total proposed treated area in the water body is expected to be five or more acres. The SEPA Addendum includes an "environmental checklist" that examines the potential impacts of the project on the environment and answers questions regarding the current status of Steel Lake including but not limited to: presence of sensitive, threatened, or endangered aquatic plant species; sensitive habitats or wetlands; threatened or endangered fish species; aquatic animals using the water body; sensitive, threatened or endangered aquatic animals; and waterfowl and other types of birds. Historical observations of sensitive, threatened, or endangered aquatic plant species have been documented, but only reported for King County as a whole in the years prior to 1977. None listed have been reported or identified within Steel Lake (AquaTechnex, 2012). According to the Washington Department of Natural Resources database of high quality/rare ecological communities, there are no sensitive, threatened, or endangered aquatic plant species located in Steel Lake (2012 DMS, AquaTechnex). 4.0 THE AQUATIC WEED PROBLEM Noxious freshwater aquatic weeds are plants that are not native to Washington. They are generally of limited distribution, invasive, and pose a serious threat to our State's water bodies if left unchecked. Because nonnative plants have few natural controls in their new habitat, they spread rapidly, out - competing and effectively destroying native plant and animal habitats. In addition, the presence of noxious freshwater weeds may lower values of lakefront properties. The historical presence of aquatic plants in Steel Lake, (including non-native and noxious species), have been shown to impair the use and aesthetic value of the lake. Because of the lake's shallow characteristics, aquatic plants have the potential to restrict the available area for recreation activities such as fishing, swimming and boating. In addition, other regional lakes are in danger of becoming infested with noxious or invasive aquatic plants originating in Steel Lake. The 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan provides a long-term strategy for the control of aquatic plants in Steel Lake. Under the authority of Chapter 17.10 RCW, the King County Noxious Weed Control Board classifies noxious weeds based on each species' stage of invasion. This classification system is designed to: (1) prevent small infestations from becoming large infestations; (2) contain already established infestations to regions of the state where they occur, and, (3) prevent their movement to un-infested areas of Washington. The following three major classes (A, B and C) are listed according to the seriousness of the threat they pose to the state, or a region of the state: Class A Weeds: Non-native species with a limited distribution in Washington. Preventing new infestations and eradicating existing infestations is the highest priority. Eradication is required by law. Class B Weeds: Non-native species presently limited to portions of the state. Species are designated for control in regions where they are not yet wide -spread. Preventing new infestations in these areas is a high priority. In regions where a Class B species is already abundant, control is decided at the local level, with containment as the primary goal. 14 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 25 of 77 Class C Weeds: Non-native weeds found in Washington. Many of these species are widespread in the state. Long-term programs of suppression and control are a County option, depending upon local threats and the feasibility of control in local areas. Between 2000 and 2012, the following five noxious weed species were detected in Steel Lake: Common Name Scientific Name Weed Class Eurasian watermilfoil Myriophyllum spicatum B Fragrant water lily Nymphaea odorata C Yellow flag iris Iris pseudacorus C Japanese knotweed Polygonum cuspidatum B 5.0 AQUATIC PLANT CHARACTERISTICS Steel Lake is a typical urban Western Washington naturally -formed glacial lake, and the aquatic plants (both native and non-native) that inhabit it are also typical. 5.1 Native Aquatic Plants in Steel Lake Through the LMD, annual systematic surveys have been performed on Steel Lake to identify and quantify the presence of native and non-native aquatic vegetation. This information has provided a continued baseline of lake plant communities. Overall, the Steel Lake native aquatic plant community has been rated as healthy. Native vegetation has covered most littoral areas and did not interfere with the water use designations for the lake community during the period (swimming, boating, and fishing). Based upon the information provided in the annual surveys, Steel Lake has been within the parameters calculated from WDFW and Ecology criteria and adopted by the SLMDP for native vegetation littoral zone coverage (See section 8.0). The following includes a summary of the types and characteristics of the dominant aquatic plant species found during Steel Lake Aquatic Plant Surveys that have been conducted during the last eight years. A portion of this information has been obtained from the Department of Ecology website (Ecology, 2012). 5.1.1 Native Emergent Plants There have been no dominant native emergent plant types noted in Steel Lake. Scattered along the shoreline in moderate to dense patches have been a number of emergent species, Typha spp. (Cattail), Eleocharis sp. (Spike Rush), and Scirpus spp. (Bull Rush), that grow in shallow lake margins. The seeds of the rushes are an important food for waterfowl and mammals. Cattail rhizomes and their basal portions are a food source for geese. All Steel Lake's native emergent vegetation provides habitat for amphibians and fish and helps to stabilize shorelines. 15 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 26 of 77 5.1.2 Native Rooted Floating -Leaved Plants The most dominant native rooted floating -leaved plant type that has been noted in Steel Lake is Nuphar spp. (Yellow pond lily). This plant is a perennial water lily plant that has established a moderate -sized stand in the shallow waters of the lake near the public beach and swimming area. It is a food source for mammals and waterfowl and provides spawning habitat for fish. 5.1.3 Native Submerged Macrophytes The most dominant native submerged macrophyte communities noted in Steel Lake are as follows. Small -leafed pondweed (Potamogeton pusillus) These pondweeds have long, narrow leaves, and except for an occasional flower spike that briefly rises above the water, they remain underwater for their entire lives. Their stems are slender and profusely branched, and often have small, paired yellowish glands at the leaf base. The flower appears in 1-4 whorls on spikes measuring 3-15 mm long, not always above the water. The root is fibrous to form the base of the plant. The plant's seeds and winter buds form at the lateral branch tips and near the leaf bases. Its seeds and vegetation provide cover and food for aquatic animals. Naiads (Naja f/exilis) Naiads (or slender water -nymph and common water -nymph) are completely submerged annual plants, although they are often found as floating fragments. They have opposite leaves that are often clustered near the tips of the stems. The leaf base is much wider than the rest of the leaf blade, which helps to distinguish the naiads from other underwater plants. These plants have inconspicuous flowers and fruits that are almost completely hidden by the leaf bases. Naiad pollination takes place underwater. The plants have glossy, green, and finely toothed leaves that are oppositely arranged, but appear to be whorled near ends of the stems. The leaves are long and narrow with broad bases that clasp the stem, and taper to a long point 1-3 cm long and 1-2 mm wide. The entire plant is eaten by waterfowl. Naiads are considered to be one of their most important food sources. They also provide shelter for small fish and insects. 5.1.4 Native Submerged Macroalgae The most dominant native submerged macroalgae communities noted in Steel Lake are as follows (information obtained in part from the Department of Ecology website): Plant -like algae (Chara, spp) Although these common lake inhabitants look similar to many underwater plants, they are actually algae. Chara are green or gray -green colored algae that grow completely submersed in shallow (4 cm) to deep (20 m) water. Individuals can vary greatly in size, ranging from 5 cm to 1 m in length. These algae are identifiable by their strong skunk -like or garlic odor, especially evident when crushed. Chara, like other algae, do not produce flowers. Instead, microscopic, one -celled sex organs called oogonia are formed. These tiny organs and patterns in the cases that surround them are 16 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 27 of 77 used to distinguish between species. Tiny spores are produced in fruiting bodies. In some species the fruiting bodies are orange and very conspicuous. In addition, Chara may be attached to the bottom by root -like structures called holdfasts. Plant -like algae (Nitella, sp.) Nitellas are bright green algae that often are mistaken for higher plants because they appear to have leaves and stems. These long, slender, delicate, smooth -textured algae lie on the bottom of a lake or pond and are seldom found in the water column. They often grow in deeper water than flowering plants and frequently form a thick carpet or grow in clumps along the bottom. Whorls of forked branches are attached at regularly spaced intervals along the "stems". Nitellas sometime grow together with muskgrasses (Chara spp.), another plant -like algae, to form underwater meadows. The plant has no true leaves. Six -eight evenly forked branchlets grow in whorls at regularly spaced intervals along the "stem". Unlike the rough branchlets of most muskgrasses (Chara spp.), Nitella branchlets have a smooth texture. Nitellas have no true stems, but have hollow, stem -like structures that have whorls of forked branches along their entire length. The largest Nitella species have "stems" up to 2 in long. The plant does not bear flowers; instead they have microscopic spore -producing organs. The plants may be attached to the bottom by root -like structures called holdfasts or be floating free above the sediment. Nitellas provide cover for fish, food for fish and waterfowl, and stabilize the sediment. Because they have no roots, they remove nutrients directly from the water. Nitellas are considered desirable species in Washington. 5.2 Non -Native Aquatic Plants in Steel Lake As with native aquatic plants, annual systematic surveys performed on Steel Lake have identified and located non-native aquatic vegetation. From this information, control strategies have been developed. Steel Lake non-native aquatic plant community has been limited to four noxious species: Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) Class B; Fragrant water lily (Nymphaea odorata) Class C; Yellow flag iris (Iris pseudacorus) Class C; and Japanese knotweed (Polygonum spidatum) Class B. The following sections describe these non-native plant species in greater detail. 5.2.1 Non -Native Emergent Plants The non-native emergent plants noted in Steel Lake are as follows: Yellow flag iris (Iris pseudacorus) Yellow flag iris is a Class C Noxious Weed. Yellow flag iris is native to mainland Europe, the British Isles, and the Mediterranean region of North Africa and was introduced widely in western Washington as a garden ornamental, the earliest from Lake McMurray in Skagit County in 1948. The yellow flowers are a distinguishing characteristic, and when not in flower, it may be confused with cattail (Typha sp.) or broad -fruited bur -reed (Sparganium eurycarpum).Yellow flag iris is considered an obligate wetland species, with a >99% probability of occurring in wetlands as opposed to upland areas. The plants produce large fruit capsules and corky seeds in the late summer. Yellow flag iris can spread by both seeds and by rhizome growth, where it can 17 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 28 of 77 form dense stands that can exclude even the toughest native wetland species, such as Typha latifolia (cattail). In addition to threatening plant diversity, this noxious weed can also alter hydrologic dynamics through sediment accretion along the shoreline. This species produces prolific seeds that may easily transport downstream to invade other valuable resource areas. Yellow flag iris continues to populate shoreline areas of Steel Lake, but its numbers are decreasing as it has been effectively targeted for treatment through the LNID aquatic plant management program. Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) is a Class B Noxious Weed. It is an escaped ornamental that is becoming increasingly common along stream corridors and rights -of -way in Washington. The plant has spreading rhizomes and numerous reddish -brown, freely branched stems. It can reach four to eight feet in height and is often shrubby. Although not formally listed as an aquatic plant by the Department of Ecology, Japanese knotweed can form dense stands that crowd out all other vegetation, degrading native plant and animal habitat. It is difficult to control because it has an extremely vigorous deep and dense rhizomes mat system. In addition, the plant can re -sprout from fragments to create new shoreline infestations. Japanese knotweed (JK) was documented to be colonizing a very small area on one single property shoreline along South 308th Street. After two successive glyphosate treatments ending in 2009, it has been successfully eradicated. 5.2.2 Non -Native Rooted Floating -Leaved Plants The only non-native rooted floating -leaved plant noted in Steel Lake is: Fragrant water lily/ White water lily (Nymphaea odorata) Fragrant water lily is a Class C Noxious Weed. Fragrant waterlilies are water plants with floating leaves and large, many -petaled fragrant blossoms. Requests for waterlily control represent a high percentage of the herbicide permit requests received by the Department of Ecology. The hardy white and (sometimes) pink lilies have become naturalized in Washington lakes and rivers. These plants are native to the eastern United States and it is believed that the waterlily was introduced to Washington in the late 1800s. Water lilies have been intentionally planted in many Washington lakes, especially those lakes in western Washington. Lake residents are strongly discouraged from planting fragrant waterlilies in lakes or natural waterbodies because they are aggressive plants. Oftentimes "hitchhiker" plants such as hydrilla can also be introduced to our lakes when water lilies are planted. Shallow lakes like Steel Lake are particularly vulnerable to becoming completely covered by fragrant waterlilies. Left unmanaged, waterlilies will restrict lake -front access and eliminate swimming opportunities. Waterlilies grow in dense patches, excluding native species and even creating stagnant areas with low oxygen levels underneath the floating mats. These mats make it difficult to fish, water ski, swim, or even paddle a canoe through. Although relatively slow -spreading, waterlilies will 18 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 29 of 77 eventually colonize shallow water depths to six feet deep and can dominate the shorelines of shallow lakes. Waterlilies reproduce by seed and also by new plants sprouting from the large spreading roots (underground stems called rhizomes). A planted rhizome will cover about a 15-foot diameter in about five years. Each spring (April) new shoots appear from the rhizomes and grow up through the water until they reach the surface. The flowers appear from June to September. Root systems are tenacious, and if pieces of the rhizome are broken off during control efforts, they will drift to other locations and establish a new patch of lilies. Fragrant waterlily continues to populate sporadic areas of Steel Lake, but their numbers are decreasing as they have been effectively targeted for treatment through the LMD aquatic plant management program. 5.2.3 Non -Native Submerged Macrophytes The only non-native submerged macrophyte noted in Steel Lake is as follows: Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) Eurasian watermilfoil (milfoil) is a Class B Noxious Weed. Because it is widely distributed and difficult to control, milfoil is considered to be the most problematic aquatic plant in Washington. The introduction of milfoil can drastically alter a waterbody's ecology. Milfoil forms very dense mats of vegetation on the surface of the water. These mats interfere with recreational activities such as swimming, fishing, water skiing, and boating. Milfoil is an attractive plant with feathery underwater foliage. Once commonly sold as an aquarium plant, milfoil originated from Europe and Asia. It was introduced to North America fifty to one -hundred years ago. The first known specimen of milfoil in Washington was collected from Lake Meridian near Seattle in 1965. By the mid-1970s it was also found in Lake Washington. Now milfoil is found throughout the Northwest; and in western Washington, has spread up and down the Interstate 5 corridor. Some tips to identify milfoil: Count the pairs of leaflets. Milfoil usually has twelve or more pairs on each leaf. Milfoil leaves tend to collapse around the stem when removed from the water. Other milfoil species have thicker stems and are usually more robust. The mature leaves are typically arranged in whorls of four around the stem. Milfoil is an extremely adaptable plant, able to tolerate and even thrive in a variety of environmental conditions. It grows in still to flowing waters, roots in water depths from one to ten meters (regularly reaching the surface while growing in water three to five meters deep), and can survive under ice. Relative to other submersed plants, milfoil requires high light, has a high photosynthetic rate, and can grow over a broad temperature range. Milfoil grows best on fine - textured, inorganic sediments and relatively poorly on highly organic sediments. The sheer mass of milfoil plants can interfere with water flow to cause flooding. Stagnant mats can create good habitat for mosquitoes. Milfoil mats can rob oxygen from the water by 19 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 30 of 77 preventing the wind from mixing the oxygenated surface waters to deeper water. The dense mats of vegetation can also increase the sedimentation rate by trapping sediments. Milfoil also starts spring growth sooner than native aquatic plants and can shade out these beneficial plants. When milfoil invades new territory, the species diversity of nearby aquatic plants typically declines. While some species of waterfowl will eat milfoil, it is not considered to be a good food source. Mono -specific stands of milfoil provide poor habitat for waterfowl, fish, and other wildlife. Significant rates of plant sloughing and leaf turnover, as well as the decomposition of high biomass at the end of the growing season, increase the internal loading of phosphorus and nitrogen to the water column. Dense milfoil mats alter water quality by raising pH, decreasing oxygen under the mats, and increasing temperature. Milfoil exhibits an annual pattern of growth. In the spring, shoots begin to grow rapidly as water temperatures approach 15 degrees centigrade. When they near the surface, shoots branch profusely, forming a dense canopy. The leaves below one -meter senesce in response to self - shading. Typically, plants flower upon reaching the surface (usually in mid- to late -July). After flowering, plant biomass declines as the result of the fragmentation of stems. Where flowering occurs early, plant biomass may increase again later in the growing season and a second flowering may occur. During fall, plants die back to the root crowns, which sprout again in the spring. Milfoil frequently over -winters in an evergreen form and may maintain considerable winter biomass. Although Milfoil can potentially spread by both sexual and vegetative means, vegetative spread is considered the major method of reproduction. During the growing season, the plant undergoes auto -fragmentation. The abscising fragments often develop roots at the nodes before separation from the parent plants. Fragments are also produced by wind and wave action and boating activities, with each fragment having the potential to develop into a new plant. Milfoil can easily be transported from lake to lake on boat trailers or fishing gear. Milfoil continues to re -infest areas of Steel Lake as it is transported into the waterbody via boats, trailers or waterfowl. But its densities have been held mostly in -check as it has been effectively targeted for early identification and treatment through the LMD aquatic plant management program. 6.0 AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL ALTERNATIVES The aquatic plant management control goals outlined in the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP) are based on, at a minimum, controlling three identified non-native plant communities: milfoil, fragrant water lily, and yellow flag iris. To some extent, native submerged plants may be also controlled if they are determined to impact the beneficial uses of the lake. The feasibility of the different plant control techniques will depend on the specific aquatic plant and the degree of control desired. This section outlines common methods used to control aquatic vegetation including their advantages and disadvantages, and their suitability for Steel Lake. 20 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 31 of 77 6.1 Aquatic Herbicides Aquatic herbicides are often required to manage freshwater noxious vegetation as the effects of the weeds may be significant and pervasive, having a serious potential to profoundly impact species diversity, habitat, water quality, recreation, water supply, drinking water, flood control, safety, and health. Aquatic herbicides are often the most effective tools to remove these invasive plants and restore the ecosystem (Ecology, 2012). Aquatic herbicides are chemicals specifically formulated for use in water to kill or control aquatic plants. Herbicides approved for aquatic use by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have been thoroughly reviewed and are considered compatible with the aquatic environment when used according to label directions. Note that the state of Washington imposes additional constraints on their use above and beyond federal guidelines. Aquatic herbicides are sprayed directly onto floating or emergent aquatic plants or are applied to the water in either a liquid or pellet form. Systemic herbicides are capable of killing the entire plant. Contact herbicides cause the parts of the plant in contact with the herbicide to die back, leaving the roots alive and able to regrow. Non -selective, broad spectrum herbicides will generally affect all plants that they come in contact with. Selective herbicides will affect only some plants. Dicots, broad leafed plants such as Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum), will be affected by selective herbicides whereas monocots like Brazilian elodea (Egeria densa) may not be affected. The Integrated Aquatic Plant Management and Treatment Plan (Section 7) contains detailed information concerning the selected herbicide control measures used to prevent and/or halt the spread of aquatic plant species infestations to prevent potential lake degradation and to provide the opportunity for the reintroduction of native aquatic plants to Steel Lake. Because of environmental risks due to improper application practices, aquatic herbicide treatment in Washington state waters is regulated by the following restrictions: • Applicators must be licensed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture. • Applicants must obtain coverage under a National Pollutant Elimination System Discharge (NPDES) permit before they can legally apply aquatic herbicides to the waters of the state. ■ The Washington Department of Ecology requires notification and posting before treatment. Mitigation to protect rare plants or threatened and endangered species is also required. 6.1.1 Aquatic Plant and Algae Management General Permit Aquatic herbicide applications on Steel Lake are covered under a State of Washington, Department of Ecology, Aquatic Plant and Algae General Permit, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit (permit). The current permit regulates the use of pesticides and other products applied to manage aquatic nuisance plants, noxious weeds, quarantine listed weeds, algae, and nutrients in fresh surface waters of the state of Washington. Permit requirements differ depending on plant growth forms and the legal status of the plant species. Impact to non -target plants is acceptable only to the extent needed to control the target plants. Ecology limits direct herbicide application to a percentage of the littoral zone for most control treatments to preserve native plant habitat. As such, one of the goals of the SLMDP will be to 21 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 32 of 77 maintain native aquatic vegetation for habitat while allowing partial plant removal to maintain recreation and other beneficial uses (see Section 8). Compliance with the permit ensures the following: 1. That the application of pesticides will not cause or contribute to a violation of the Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters of the State of Washington (chapter 173-201A WAC), Ground Water Quality Standards (chapter 173-200 WAC), Sediment Management Standards (chapter 173-204 WAC), and human health -based criteria in the National Toxics Rule (40 CRF 131.36). 2. That all known, available, and reasonable methods of pollution control, prevention, and treatment (AKART) will be used when applying pesticides. Compliance with this permit, the Washington Pesticide Control Act and the requirements of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) label constitute AKART. Additionally, Federal and state regulations require that effluent limits in an NPDES permit must be either technology or water quality -based: • Technology -based limitations are based upon the methods available to treat specific pollutants. Technology -based limits are set by EPA and published as a regulation or Ecology develops the limit on a case -by -case basis (40 CFR 125.3, and chapter 173-220 WAC). • Water quality -based limits are calculated so that the effluent will comply with the Surface Water Quality Standards (chapter 173-201A WAC), Ground Water Standards (chapter 173- 200 WAC), Sediment Quality Standards (chapter 173-204 WAC) or the National Toxics Rule (40 CFR 131.36). ■ Ecology must apply the more stringent of these limits to each parameter of concern. Eradication projects target only state -listed noxious weeds or quarantine -list weeds. The goal is the complete and permanent removal of these species from the entire waterbody. Therefore, littoral zone limitations do not apply to eradication of noxious weeds or weeds on the quarantine list. Impacts to non -target plants are acceptable to the extent needed to eradicate the target plants. Eradication is allowed only for all noxious weeds as identified in chapter 16-750 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) including those targeted under the SLMDP: Eurasian water milfoil, fragrant water lily, yellow flag iris, and Japanese knotweed. 6.1.2 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Milfoil Steel Lake has experienced localized Eurasian watermilfoil (milfoil) infestations that have been controlled manually through diver hand -pulling. Infestations have reacted well to partial lake herbicide spot applications using 2,4-D AquaKleen® (2002), 2,4-D DMA*IVM (2005), and Triclopyr Renovate OTF (2009 and 2010). The Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board (WAC Chapter 16-750) lists milfoil as a Class B Weed: a non-native species that is designated for control in regions where it is not yet wide- spread, and where preventing new infestations is a high priority (as is the case with Steel Lake). 22 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 33 of 77 Milfoil, when detected in Steel Lake, shall be treated with aquatic herbicide only under State of Washington, Department of Ecology, Aquatic Plant and Algae General Permit, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit coverage. When the aquatic plant surveys have detected milfoil in densities that require herbicide treatment, the contracted aquatic biologist will consult with SWM staff in the selection of the most appropriate product to be used (based on location of plants, product effectiveness, swimming restrictions, and cost). The current permit authorizes the Permittee to discharge the following herbicide products designated for milfoil control into freshwaters of the state: ■ 2,4-D: 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, butoxyethyl ester • 2,4-D: 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, dimethylamine salt (DMA*IVM) • Triclopyr TEA: Triethylamine salt of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyloxyacetic acid 6.1.3 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Fragrant Waterlily Fragrant waterlily has historically infested Steel Lake, inhabiting near shore areas around the lake. Per the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board (WAC Chapter 16-750), fragrant water lily is a Class C Weed: a non-native weed that requires a long-term program of suppression and control. Under permit coverage, Steel Lake has seen progressive eradication of fragrant waterlily through implementation of selective herbicide treatments. The current permit authorizes the Permittee to discharge the following herbicide into freshwaters of the state: ■ Glyphosate: N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine, isopropylamine salt Glyphosate (trade names include Rodeo, AquaMaster, and AquaPro) is a systemic, broad spectrum herbicide registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) for aquatic applications to floating -leaved plants and shoreline plants; it has no water use restrictions. It is generally applied as a liquid to the leaves. Plants treated with glyphosate can take several weeks to die and a repeat application is often necessary to remove plants that were missed during the first application. The active ingredient in glyphosate moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact into the root system. Visible effects on most annual weeds occur within two to four days, seven days or more on most perennial weeds, and thirty days or more on most woody plants. It is known that extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow the activity of this product and can delay visual effects of control. Visible effects include gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant, which will advance to complete browning of above -ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts. Glyphosate has been very effective for treatment of fragrant waterlily colonies on Steel Lake because it can be applied directly to the floating leaves) making it easier to kill the targeted vegetation (unlike fluridone or endothall which must be applied to the water). Generally two applications of glyphosate have been required (second applications are made later in the summer to control plants missed during the first herbicide application). The control effectiveness of fragrant waterlily is easy to measure through visual surveys of the impact to floating leaves. 23 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 34 of 77 6.1.4 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Emergent Vegetation: Yellow Flag Iris and Japanese Knotweed Yellow flag iris and Japanese knotweed have historically infested Steel Lake. Under permit coverage, Steel Lake has seen the gradual eradication of yellow flag iris and Japanese knotweed through the application of selective herbicides. Per the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board (WAC Chapter 16-750), Yellow flag iris is a Class C Weed (a non-native weed that requires a long-term program of suppression and control); and Japanese knotweed is a Class B Weed (a non- native species that is designated for control in regions where it is not yet wide -spread and where preventing new infestations is a high priority, as is the case with Steel Lake). The current permit authorizes the Permittee to discharge the following herbicide into freshwaters of the state: • Glyphosate: N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine, isopropylamine salt These emergent species have abundant leaf surface areas that absorb the chemical for translocation. As Japanese knotweed is resistant to foliar application, stem injection of glyphosate has been accomplished. The use of glyphosate herbicide has enabled the elimination of mature plants without the destructive disturbance of the shoreline by excavation. Future applications will ensure that experienced herbicide applicators will selectively target individual weed species to limit collateral damage to other native plant species. The application of glyphosate to emergent plants (Yellow flag iris, and Japanese knotweed) has also allowed specific areas to be targeted for removal by manual spot applications on private property, which requires Temporary Rights of Entry granting the city and its agents (AquaTechnex) access to complete treatments of the emergent weeds. 6.1.5 Aquatic Herbicide Control of Native Aquatic Plants The permit covers aquatic plant management activities including partial plant removal for recreation and other beneficial uses. Permit requirements differ depending on plant growth and the legal status of the plant species. Following aquatic plant surveys, or when lake residents report native plant growth in densities that may be impacting the beneficial uses of the lake (i.e. swimming, boating, fishing), the contracted aquatic biologist will be asked to provide their professional judgment regarding the need for control of native aquatic plants via herbicide treatment. The Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAG) will have the authority to approve or disapprove of contractor recommendations for native plant control. When required, the contracted aquatic biologist will consult with both SWM staff and the SLAC in the selection of the most appropriate herbicide product to be used (based on targeted plant species, location of plants, product effectiveness, swimming restrictions, and cost). The permit has vetted all permit -covered herbicide applications through the Herbicide Risk Assessment for the Aquatic Plant Management Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. The current permit authorizes the Permittee to discharge the following herbicides (expected products for native submerged vegetation control, i.e. Chara, spp. and Nitella, sp.) into freshwaters of the state: • Diquat: Dibromide salt of 6,7-dihydrodipyrido (l,2-a:2',1"-c) pyrazinediium • Endothall: Dipotassium salt of 7-oxabicyclo[2.2.1 ]heptane-2,3dicarboxylic acid 24 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 35 of 77 Endothall: mono(N,N-dimethylalkyalmine) salt of 7- oxabicyclo[2.2. I ]heptane-2,3- dicarboxylic acid Imazamox:2-[4, 5-dihydro-4-methyl-(1-methyl ethyl)-5-oxo-1 H-imidazol-2yl]-5- (methoxymethyl)-3-pyridinecarboxylic acid Aquatic Herbicide Control Advantages Aquatic herbicides are easily applied around docks and underwater obstructions. Aquatic herbicide application can be less expensive than other aquatic plant control methods, especially when used in controlling wide -spread infestations of state -listed noxious aquatic weeds. Aquatic Herbicide Control Disadvantages • Some herbicides have swimming, drinking, fishing, irrigation, and water use restrictions. • Non -targeted plants as well as nuisance plants may be controlled or killed by some herbicides. • Depending on the herbicide used, it may take several days to weeks or several treatments during a growing season before the herbicide controls targeted plants. • Rapid -acting herbicides may cause low oxygen conditions to develop as plants decompose. Low oxygen may cause fish kills. • To be most effective, herbicides must be applied to rapidly -growing plants during the growing season only. • Some expertise in using herbicides is necessary in order to be successful and to avoid unwanted impacts. • Public perception to the application of chemicals to water can be unfavorable. Aquatic Herbicide Control Suitability for Steel Lake The application of aquatic herbicides, in combination with other aquatic plant control methods, substantially increases the likelihood of eradicating all targeted noxious aquatic plants (and native aquatic plants when warranted) from Steel Lake. In situations where eradication is the goal, the application of aquatic herbicides is the most aggressive and prudent method to rapidly reduce vegetation coverage and readily allows for other methods such as bottom barrier installations and diver hand pulling. 6.2 Manual Methods A number of manual methods for both non-native and native vegetation control in Steel Lake have been implemented. The following describes commonly used manual methods: 6.2.1 Hand -Pulling Diver hand -pulling of aquatic plants in Steel Lake (specifically Eurasian watermilfoil) has been successfully implemented when the number of plants has been small. The process is similar to pulling weeds out of a garden. It involves removing entire plants (leaves, stems, and roots) from the area of concern and disposing of them in an area away from the shoreline. In water less than three feet deep no specialized equipment is required, although a spade, trowel, or long knife may be 25 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 36 of 77 needed if the sediment is packed or heavy. In deeper water, hand -pulling is best accomplished by divers with SCUBA equipment and mesh bags for the collection of plant fragments. Some sites in Steel Lake may not be suitable for hand pulling such as areas where there are deep flocculent sediments. 6.2.2 Cutting or Raking Cutting differs from hand pulling in that plants are cut and the roots are not removed. Cutting is performed by standing on a dock or on shore and throwing a cutting tool (weed rake) out into the water. Weed rakes may only be used on Steel Lake to the minimum extent necessary to maintain beneficial use of the shoreline (not to exceed the maximum length of ten linear feet), as specified in the WDFW Aquatic Plants and Fish pamphlet. The Steel Lake LMD has implemented a weed rake loan program that provides Steel Lake residents an opportunity to borrow rakes that are designed especially for the control of native aquatic vegetation. Rakes may be checked out once the Lake Management District determines that the targeted area does not contain milfoil or other submerged non-native vegetation. Each year on September 15, the program is shut down pursuant to WDFW pamphlet requirements. Weed rakes have been used as necessary by lake residents to maintain the beneficial uses of the shoreline for fishing, boating and swimming. In addition, the City of Federal Way Parks and Recreation staff has also utilized aquatic weed rakes to remove unwanted native plants from the public swimming area prior to the opening of swimming season. Lake residents and City staff have been able to control native aquatic plants using two different styles of rakes depending on the type of plant targeted: a rake with a sharp cutting blade for submerged vegetation, and a rake with large tines for control of floating or slightly submerged plants. 6.2.3 Weed Rolling Several automatic plant control products are commercially available that mechanically disturb the lake bottom to remove aquatic plants and prevent their re -growth within a well-defined area. They sweep, roll, or drag repetitively over the plants and sediments to keep the area free of aquatic plant growth. These devices must be attached to a dock or post to work properly and each product requires electricity to operate. Depending on the equipment used, up to a 42-foot radius around the dock or post can be controlled. Manual Method Advantages • Manual methods are easy to use around docks and swimming areas. • The equipment is inexpensive. • Hand -pulling allows the flexibility to remove undesirable aquatic plants while leaving desirable plants. • These methods are environmentally safe and will not harm aquatic wildlife. 26 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 37 of 77 • Manual methods do not require expensive permits, and can be performed on aquatic noxious weeds with Hydraulic Project Approval obtained by reading and following the WDFW Aquatic Plants and Fish pamphlet. Manual Method Disadvantages ■ As plants re -grow or fragments re -colonize the cleared area, the treatment may need to be repeated several times each summer. • Because these methods are labor intensive, they may not be practical for large areas or for thick weed beds. • Even with the best containment efforts, it is difficult to collect all plant fragments. • Some plants, like waterlilies which have massive rhizomes, are difficult to remove by hand pulling. • Pulling weeds and raking stirs up the sediment and may make it difficult to see remaining plants. • Sediment re -suspension can also increase nutrient levels in lake water. Hand pulling and raking may impact bottom -dwelling animals. • The V-shaped cutting tool is extremely sharp and can be dangerous to use. Manual Method Suitability for Steel Lake • Annual diver hand -pulling (when appropriate), should be sufficient to remove small quantities of re-emerging milfoil plants. In combination with herbicide treatments (when warranted), manual methods used to contain and control can effectively combat milfoil re -infestations in subsequent years. ■ Due to the success of herbicide (glyphosate) treatments, manual efforts for the control of fragrant water lily and yellow flag iris is not necessary. • The weed rake load program for Steel Lake has proven to be successful. The LMD ensures that the rakes should only be used to the minimum extent necessary to maintain beneficial use of the shoreline (not to exceed the maximum length of ten linear feet), as specified in the WDFW Aquatic Plants and Fish pamphlet. 6.3 Diver Dredging Diver dredging (suction dredging) is a method whereby SCUBA divers use hoses attached to small dredges to suck plant material from the sediment. The purpose of diver dredging is to remove all parts of the plant including the roots. Diver dredging is more effective in areas where softer sediment allows easy removal of the entire plants, (although water turbidity is increased with softer sediments). Harder sediment may require the use of a knife or tool to help loosen sediment from around the roots. In very hard sediments, milfoil plants tend to break off leaving the roots behind and defeating the purpose of diver dredging. Diver dredging is less effective on plants where seeds, turions, or tubers remain in the sediments to sprout the next growing 27 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 38 of 77 season. For that reason, Eurasian watermilfoil is generally the target plant for removal during diver dredging operations. Diver Dredging Advantages ■ Diver dredging can be a very selective technique for removing pioneer colonies of Eurasian watermilfoil. • Divers can remove plants around docks and in other difficult to reach areas. ■ Diver dredging can be used in situations where herbicide use is not an option for aquatic plant management. Diver Dredging Disadvantages • Diver dredging is very expensive. • Dredging stirs up large amounts of sediment. This may lead to the release of nutrients or long - buried toxic materials into the water column. • Only the tops of plants growing in rocky or hard sediments may be removed, leaving a viable root crown behind to initiate growth. • Acquisition of permits may take more than a year. Diver Dredging Permit Requirements Diver dredging requires Hydraulic Approval from the Department of Fish and Wildlife and a Temporary Modification of Water Quality Standards from Ecology. Also, diver dredging may require a Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Diver Dredging Suitability for Steel Lake Although diver dredging could be used after the initial herbicide applications to remove plants that were missed or unaffected by the herbicide, the method greatly disturbs sediments and can affect nutrient concentrations and algal production in the lake. Therefore, because other removal and control techniques have proven to be successful, diver dredging is not considered suitable for Steel Lake. 6.4 Bottom Barriers A bottom screen or benthic barrier covers the sediment like a blanket, compressing aquatic plants while reducing or blocking light. Materials such as burlap, plastics, perforated black Mylar, and woven synthetics can all be used as bottom screens. Bottom barriers will control most aquatic plants however freely -floating species will not be controlled by bottom screens. In addition to controlling nuisance weeds around docks and in swimming beaches, bottom barriers have become an important tool to help eradicate and contain early infestations of noxious weeds such as Eurasian watermilfoil and Brazilian elodea. Pioneering colonies that are too extensive to be hand pulled can sometimes be covered with the bottom barrier material. When using this technique for 28 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 39 of 77 Eurasian watermilfoil eradication projects, divers should recheck the barrier within a few weeks to make sure that all milfoil plants remain covered and that no new fragments have taken root nearby. The less plant material that is present before installation, the more successful the barrier will be in staying in place. Bottom Barrier Advantages • Installation of a bottom barrier creates an immediate open area of water. • Bottom barriers are easily installed around docks and in swimming areas. • Properly installed bottom barriers can control up to 100 percent of aquatic plants. • Barrier materials are readily available. Bottom Barrier Disadvantages • Bottom barriers are only suitable for localized control. • For safety and performance reasons, bottom barriers must be regularly inspected and maintained. • Harvesters, rotovators, fishing gear, propeller backwash, or boat anchors may damage or dislodge bottom barriers. • Improperly anchored bottom barriers may create safety hazards for boaters and swimmers. • Swimmers may be injured by poorly maintained anchors used to pin bottom barriers to the sediment. • Some bottom barriers are difficult to anchor on deep muck sediments. • Bottom barriers interfere with fish spawning and bottom -dwelling animals. • Without regular maintenance aquatic plants may quickly colonize the bottom barrier. Bottom Barrier Permit Requirements Bottom barrier installation in Washington requires an hydraulic approval obtained from the Department of Fish and Wildlife. In addition, the City of Federal Way Community Development must review each installation to determine whether a shoreline permit is required. Bottom Barrier Suitability for Steel Lake Several bottom barriers have been installed by individual lakefront homeowners. LMD-funded and/or contractor -installed bottom barriers have not been required. They will only be used to eradicate localized infestations, or when dense milfoil areas show resistance to herbicide applications. 6.5 Biological Control Many problematic aquatic plants in the western United States that are non -indigenous species (i.e Eurasian watermilfoil) may be controlled biologically by organisms from their native ranges. Classic 29 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 40 of 77 biological control agents are host -specific and attack the growth or reproduction of only the species that are targeted for control. Theoretically, by stocking an infested waterbody or wetland with these organisms, the target plant can be controlled, allowing native plants to recover. The following list outlines a number of approved biological control agents that are available for release in the United States: 6.5.1 Grass Carp The grass carp (Cteno pharynogodon), also known as the white amur, is a vegetarian fish native to the Amur River in Asia. Because this fish feeds on aquatic plants, it can be used as a biological tool to control nuisance aquatic plant growth. In some situations, sterile (triploid) grass carp may be permitted for introduction into Washington waters. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife determines the appropriate stocking rate for each waterbody when issuing a grass carp -stocking permit. Success with grass carp in Washington has been varied (sometimes the same stocking rate results in no control, control, or even complete elimination of all underwater plants). Grass carp should be stocked only in waterbodies where complete elimination of all submersed plant species can be tolerated. Grass Carp Advantages • Grass carp are inexpensive compared to some other control methods and offer long-term control. • Grass carp offer a biological alternative to aquatic plant control. Grass Carp Disadvantages • Depending on plant densities and types, it may take several years to achieve plant control using grass carp and in many cases control may not occur. • If the waterbody is overstocked, all submersed aquatic plants may be eliminated. Removing excess fish is difficult and expensive. • The type of plants grass carp prefer may also be those most important for habitat and for waterfowl food. • Fish may need to be restocked at intervals • If not enough fish are stocked, less -favored plants, such as Eurasian watermilfoil, may take over the lake. • Stocking grass carp may lead to algae blooms due to a sudden loading of fecal -related nutrients. • All inlets and outlets to the lake or pond must be screened to prevent grass carp from escaping into streams, rivers, or other lakes. 30 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 41 of 77 Grass Carp Permit Requirements Stocking grass carp requires a fish -stocking permit from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Also, if inlets or outlets need to be screened, a Hydraulic Project Approval application must be completed for the screening project. Grass Carp Suitability for Steel Lake Grass carp are not suitable for aquatic plant control in Steel Lake. Infestations of milfoil have not reached levels where a bio-control such as grass carp would be necessary. The lake also has an outlet stream that eventually flows into Puget Sound, making it much more difficult to obtain the permits necessary to stock grass carp. 6.5.2 Watermilfoil Weevil The milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, has been associated with declines of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) in the United States (e.g., Illinois, Minnesota, Vermont, and Wisconsin). In Washington State, the milfoil weevil is present primarily in eastern Washington and occurs on both Eurasian and northern watermilfoil (M. sibiricum), the latter plant being native to the state. Although the milfoil weevil shows potential as a biological control for Eurasian watermilfoil, more work is needed to determine which factors limit weevil densities and what lakes are suitable candidates for weevil treatments in order to implement a cost and control effective program. Watermilfoil Weevil Advantages • Milfoil weevils offer a biological alternative to aquatic plant control. • They may be cheaper than other control strategies. • Biocontrols enable weed control in hard -to -access areas and can become self-supporting in some systems. • If they are capable of reaching a critical mass, biocontrols can decimate a weed population. Watermilfoil Weevil Disadvantages • There are many uncertainties as to the effectiveness of this biocontrol in western Washington waters. There have not been any documented declines of Eurasian watermilfoil in Washington State that can be attributed to the milfoil weevil. • Bio-controls often do not eradicate the target plant species. Watermilfoil Weevil Permit Requirements The milfoil weevil is native to Washington and is present in a number of lakes and rivers. It is found associated with both native northern milfoil and Eurasian watermilfoil. However, importing out-of- state weevils into Washington requires a permit from the Washington Department of Agriculture. 31 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 42 of 77 Watermilfoil Weevil Suitability for Steel Lake Since the milfoil weevil is a new bio-control agent, it has not been released yet intentionally in western Washington to control Eurasian watermilfoil, therefore it is uncertain how effective the weevil will be and whether populations per stem can be maintained at levels high enough to eradicate Eurasian watermilfoil. Milfoil infestations in Steel Lake have not been severe enough to warrant bio-control introduction of watermilfoil weevil as other methods are readily available and more suitable. 6.6 Rotovation Rotovators are underwater rototiller-like blades that are used to uproot submerged aquatic plants. The rotating blades churn seven to nine inches deep into the lake bottom to dislodge plant root crowns that are generally buoyant. The plants and roots may then be removed from the water using a weed rake attachment to the rototiller head or by harvester or manual collection. 6.7 Harvesting Mechanical harvesters are large machines which both cuts and collects aquatic plants. Cut plants are removed from the water by a conveyor belt system and stored on the harvester until disposal. A barge may be stationed near the harvesting site for temporary plant storage or the harvester carries the cut weeds to shore. The shore station equipment is usually a shore conveyor that mates to the harvester and lifts the cut plants into a dump truck. Harvested weeds are disposed of in landfills, used as compost, or in reclaiming spent gravel pits or similar sites. 6.8 Mechanical Cutting Mechanical weed cutters cut aquatic plants several feet below the water's surface. Unlike harvesting, cut plants are not collected while the machinery operates. Rotovation, Harvesting or Mechanical Cutting Suitability for Steel Lake None of these options (rotovation, harvesting or mechanical cutting) are suitable for the level of non- native aquatic plant infestations expected in Steel Lake. These are not considered eradication tools but rather are used to manage and control heavy, widespread infestations of aquatic weeds. Because the process creates plant fragments, these methods may serve to spread and expand any existing infestations. According to Ecology, "There is little or no reduction in plant density with mechanical harvesting." Since the aim of the SLMDP is to eliminate non-native aquatic plants milfoil from Steel Lake, rotovation, harvesting or mechanical cutting are not compatible control strategies (harvesting and cutting do not remove root systems; and rotovation would cause damage to the lake sediments and associated animals in a system that does not already receive dredging for navigability). 32 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 43 of 77 6.9 Drawdown Lowering the water level of a lake or reservoir can have a dramatic impact on some aquatic weed problems. Water level drawdown can be used where there is a water control structure that allows the managers of lakes or reservoirs to drop the water level in the waterbody for extended periods of time to control some aquatic plant species. However, regular drawdowns can also make it difficult to establish native aquatic plants for fish, wildlife, and waterfowl habitat in some reservoirs. Drawdown Suitability for Steel Lake Drawdown is not a viable control strategy for Steel Lake. The outlet from Steel Lake flows through a wetland to a natural stream system, and does not have a control .structure installed. Not only would drawdown be difficult to achieve, it would also cause significant damage to the ecosystem. The amount of drawdown required to impact milfoil would dry out the littoral zone of the lake: This would damage native plants and animals in both the lake and the adjacent wetland and have many negative consequences for residents living around the lake. Without a surface inflow to the system, returning the water level to a previous state would be both cost and time prohibitive. 6.10 No Action Alternative The no action alternative acknowledges the presence of invasive aquatic plants in Steel Lake but does not call for any control or planning activities. No Action Advantages There are few advantages to "doing nothing" to control or prevent the further spread of invasive aquatic plants; however, there may be a perception of saving money by not investing in activities such as herbicide application or mechanical control methods. No Action Disadvantages The no action alternative may result in long-term deleterious effects on the ecology, recreational uses and aesthetics of Steel Lake. Invasive aquatic plants disrupt dissolved oxygen patterns, displace native plant species, and impair navigation. While changes to water quality may be less obvious, their seasonal and long-term impacts can seriously threaten features that attract homeowners, outdoor enthusiasts, anglers, and boaters to Steel Lake. No Action Suitability for Steel Lake Based upon the recurrent milfoil infestations of Steel Lake, the "no action" alternative is not appropriate for Steel Lake. 7.0 INTEGRATED AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT PLAN 33 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 44 of 77 The following Integrated Aquatic Plant Management and Treatment Plan for Steel Lake provides information regarding the selected aquatic plant management control measures designed to halt the spread of aquatic plant species infestations, to prevent potential lake degradation, and to provide the best opportunity for the reintroduction of native aquatic plants: • Annual diver surveys will be performed by a contracted aquatic plant management firm to monitor changes in the aquatic plant community. • An aquatic biologist will develop a management plan for all identified non-native aquatic plants to target them for control at as low a density as environmentally and economically feasible and at levels that do not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. • All aquatic herbicides will be applied per a State of Washington, Department of Ecology, Aquatic Plant and Algae General Permit, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit (permit). ■ All identified species of noxious weeds as listed in WAC 16-750 shall be reduced to levels that do not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. ■ All appropriate aquatic plant control and treatment methods shall be used as needed for all other problematic aquatic weeds and native aquatic plants, using the best available science to identify and understand their effects on human, aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems prior to their implementation. The SLAC will review the findings of diver surveys and (in consultation with the contracted, aquatic biologist) determine the direction of the annual plant management and treatment plan. The aquatic plant species in Steel Lake targeted for eradication are expected to be: Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum), fragrant water lily (Nymphaea odorata), and yellow flag iris (Iris pseudacorus). In addition, native aquatic weeds (i.e., thin -leafed pondweed and submerged macro algae) may also be controlled when warranted. Manual methods will be implemented by lake residents per stipulations outlined in Section 6.2.2. Aquatic herbicides may also be used to control native vegetation to levels that do not impact fish and wildlife habitat when the contracted aquatic biologist has documented that their densities are impairing public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake (Section 6.1.6), and when the SLAC concurs with this determination. 8.0 PRESERVATION OF NATIVE VEGETATION AND AQUATIC HABITAT Noxious freshwater aquatic weeds, if left unchecked, pose a serious threat to our State's water bodies. The historical presence of non-native aquatic plants in Steel Lake has been shown to impair the use and aesthetic value of the lake. Because of Steel Lake's shallow characteristics, aquatic plants have the potential to restrict the available area for recreation activities such as fishing, swimming and boating. In addition, other regional lakes are in danger of becoming infested with noxious or invasive aquatic plants that are transported from Steel Lake via boat, boat trailer or waterfowl. Eradication of noxious aquatic plant species in Steel Lake has allowed for the re -introduction of desirable native aquatic plants. In theory, the integrated approach implemented via the Steel Lake LMD has improved fish and wildlife habitat and the overall ecological health of Steel Lake by assuring that the 34 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 45 of 77 native aquatic vegetation propagates and that habitat is preserved. The text below, adapted from the Department of Fish & Wildlife Aquatic Plants and Fish Publication, illustrates the importance of aquatic habitat preservation: Aquatic noxious weeds can adversely affect ecological functions by crowding out native vegetation and creating single species stands. While it is recognized that native aquatic plants can become a nuisance to swimmers and boaters due to excessive growth, it is important to recognize the value of native plant species for fish and wildlife. These native plants provide habitat for fish and wildlife, help stabilize shorelines, produce oxygen, trap beneficial nutrients, and keep sediment in place. For example, pondweed is a critical food source for waterfowl and marsh birds. Pondweed also provides cover from predators for warmwater fish such as perch and bass. Aquatic beneficial plants are defined as native plants (such as pondweeds, bladderwort, or coontail) or non-native plants not included on the noxious weed list. Warmwater gamefish often utilize vegetation in the shallow waters of lakes for spawning, early rearing, and feeding. Largemouth and smallmouth bass generally prefer ponds and reservoirs with abundant aquatic vegetation. Bluegill, sunfish and crappie also inhabit vegetated quiet or slow -moving waters for protection from predators. Too much vegetation can result in overpopulation if predators that access prey species, while too little vegetation can adversely affect the predator prey balance and result in a decline in the fishery. Aquatic plants provide important living space for insects, snails and crustaceans, which in turn become food for fish and waterfowl. Vegetated areas support many times more of these tiny creatures than to do non -vegetated areas. The plants make important nurseries for young fish, frogs, salamanders, and other amphibians. Several species of reptiles, including turtles, garter snakes and water snakes use these areas for cover and forage (WDFW, 1998). In 2003, AquaTechnex reported that submersed native aquatic plants were scattered in moderate to dense patches around the shoreline of the lake, and that floating leaf and submerged native aquatic plants covered approximately 55 percent of the lake littoral zone. In successive years, the native plant populations in the lake were reported to be healthy as mapped. In 2010 and 2011, it was noted that the native plant community had remained healthy and relatively unchanged (however plant densities were down from the same period of time in previous years due to a multi -year pattern of summertime cooler weather). The removal of non-native plant species during the early years of the Steel Lake LMD program may have had a short-term negative impact on warmwater fish populations due to a loss of habitat cover, but as mentioned above, the removal of invasive vegetation has promoted growth of native plants and has allowed native plant species to re=seed over the long-term. Although the need to re -vegetate is not likely at this time, the goal of the SLMDP will be to continue maintaining at least 35% native aquatic vegetative cover. This level is based upon the following targets: ■ Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife recommended extent of native vegetative cover for fish habitat needs of 20% to 60% of the lake acreage (Jackson, 2003, WDFW, personal communication). 35 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 46 of 77 • The Department of Ecology recommended warmwater fishery needs for native vegetative cover of 25% to 40% of the lake acreage (Hamel, 2003, Ecology, personal communication). Based on a lake surface area of 48.6 acres (AquaTechnex, 2010), the acreage needed for adequate native vegetation coverage will be calculated from the results of the annual plant survey. If there are less than 17 acres (35% coverage of the lake) of native aquatic vegetation cover, the Steel Lake Advisory Committee will determine whether mitigation measures are necessary to support wildlife species. If mitigation efforts are deemed necessary, native aquatic vegetation may be planted in the lake to supplement natural recovery efforts. Native vegetation may include floating leaved rooted plants such as Brasenia schreberi (water -shield); submerged plants such as Ceratophyllum demersum (coontail), Utricularia vulgaris (common bladderwort), and Potamogeton spp. (pondweeds); and submerged macroalgae such as Chara spp. (muskgrass) and Nitella sp. 9.0 ALGAE MANAGEMENT PLAN Washington State Department of Ecology developed a WA State Freshwater Algae Control Program to target blue-green algae as they pose a health risk to humans, pets, and livestock. Local jurisdictions, lake managers, and Washington residents can report an algae bloom and sample it to test for potential toxins produced by algae under the program. The Washington Department of Health (DOH) has statewide recreational guidelines for blue-green algae toxins (Washington State Recreational Guidance for Microcystin and Anatoxin-A) that SWM uses as a decision -making document concerning public notification and the posting of health advisories. The SLMDP, depending on the annual budget and work plan developed by the Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAC), will ensure that blue-green algae blooms will be competently identified when they occur, and (DOH) guidelines regarding public notifications, health advisories and recreational waters closure will continue to be implemented. Upon receiving notice of potential blue-green algae, SWM staff will investigate and confirm. Once confirmed, a grab sample will be collected, and submitted to King County Environmental Labs. The sample kit and lab analysis are provided by the WA State Freshwater algae bloom monitoring program. Depending on the results, SWM will post necessary notices based on DOH guidelines mentioned above. 10.0 WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM The objective of the Steel Lake Management District Water Quality Monitoring Program includes: (1) continuation of the gathering of baseline data with the intent of assessing long-term trends; (2) defining seasonal and water column variability; (3) identifying potential problems, proposing possible management solutions when feasible, or pinpointing additional studies to be made; and (4) educating lake residents, lake users, and policy makers regarding lake water quality. Water chemistry and physical characteristics in lakes vary seasonally as well as by depth over the course of a year. The most dynamic period for lakes is during the "growing season" of mid -spring through early 36 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 47 of 77 autumn when lake dwelling organisms are most active. To maximize information obtained for this effort, the Steel Lake Water Quality Monitoring Program will involve collection of data from May through October on water clarity, dissolved oxygen, and temperature. If included in the annual work plan approved by the SLAC, Surface Water Management staff will collect, analyze and manage water quality data. Water chemistry and temperature vary with depth in Steel Lake. On each sampling trip, samples will be collected from a depth of one meter and six meters or as close to the bottom of the lake as possible. Surface and deep samples will allow us to define changes found in the vertical profiles of the parameters. Ideally, lake level and precipitation will be recorded daily by lake volunteers, however, the actual scope of the water quality monitoring program will be developed and authorized by the SLAC on an annual basis. 11.0 LAKE OUTLET MAINTENANCE PROGRAM If part of an annual work plan approved by the SLAC, the following action items will be implemented to prevent future lake outlet blockages: Perform periodic maintenance to relieve flow congestion due to fallen trees, woody debris, invasive vegetation, and trash (large appliances, shopping carts, plastic, etc.) between the lake outlet and the South 304" Street culvert crossing. Perform hand work to better define outlet channel at northwest corner of lake. City staff has discussed establishing a long term maintenance agreement with various outlet channel property owners to ensure that this drainage system continues to be properly maintained in the future. Most of the outlet channel owners have indicated that they are willing to allow volunteers or city staff to access their property to perform channel maintenance activities as long as the work is sponsored and administered by either the City or Lake Management District and evidence of liability insurance is provided. All outlet maintenance activity will comply with all required and appropriate permitting requirements. 12.0 CANADA GEESE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Canada geese (Branta canadensis) can impact shoreline and lake conditions, especially when there are larger flocks and nesting areas. The SLMD does not directly manage Canada geese and as such doesn't determine if controls are employed. Annually, the SLAC will decide during one of their meetings if they want geese management based on their observations, then the City will notify United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services (USDA). USDA will then conduct their own survey to determine if geese will be managed and method(s) of management. All actions regarding control of Canada geese are under the purview of the USDA since Canada geese are a protected by federal law. The Steel Lake LMD, through public education efforts, has attempted to reduce the impact of waterfowl through the implementation of a public education campaign. "Stop Feeding the Geese" signs have been 37 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 48 of 77 posted at the public swimming beach. Lake residents have been informed regarding waterfowl control practices and physical installations that may be established on their property including, plant barriers and fences. Information regarding residential harassment and scare tactics (flags, streamers and scarecrows) has also been disseminated by the LMD. The objectives of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), geese management program may include: • Technical assistance, including on -site evaluation. • Periodic surveys of Canada geese populations and nesting areas. • Direct controls such as egg addling and bird removal if needed. 13.0 COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND INVOLVEMENT Since 2004, SWM has implemented public education and involvement programs associated with the Steel Lake Management District. The community education and involvement program designed per the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP) will include the following elements: • Quarterly SLAC meetings (or as needed) to discuss annual work plan and budget. • Production of SLAC written minutes. • Annual Steel Lake LMD Report. • Distribution of notifications to lake resident subscribers concerning lake management activities, events and public health notices. • Production and distribution of educational materials concerning the prevention/introduction of noxious weeds, nuisance plants and non-native animal species to the lake; nutrient reduction and impacts of toxic blue-green algae; lake watershed stewardship and stormwater pollution prevention; natural yard care; and efforts to control non-native animal species and Canada geese. 14.0 LMD ANNUAL COSTS AND COMMITTEE AUTHORIZATION The following priorities have been established for the 2024-2033 Steel Lake Management District Plan (SLMDP). These are based upon lake improvement and maintenance activities which may be implemented over the LMD's ten-year period: 1. Management of non-native aquatic plants and vegetation 2. Preservation of native vegetation and aquatic habitat 3. Management of hazardous algae blooms 4. Water quality monitoring 5. Maintenance of lake outlet channel 38 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 49 of 77 6. Management of Canada geese 14.1 Primary LMD Management Goal It is projected that each annual work plan will include the primary LMD goal of controlling or removing non-native aquatic plants and vegetation through contracted aquatic plant management activities. The scope, RCW reference, description and estimated annual cost for this effort is described below in Table 8: Table 8, Primary LMD Management Goal: Description and Costs for Management of Non -Native Aquatic Plants and Vegetation Scope Item Development of LMD Contracted Aquatic Plant Management SWM Implemented Aquatic Plant Management Estimated RCW Description Annual Reference Cost 36.61.020 (8) Estimated 30 SWM hours at $50/hour. One time cost of $1,500 $150.00 spread out over ten-year LMD. Based upon AquaTechnex 2022-2027 contract and expected scope, including public education materials, annual permitting, 36.61.020 (1) and King County assessment collection fees (see Table 9 for $27,922.00 detail). Expenditures will be limited to available budget and will pre -approved by SLAC during quarterly meetings. Estimate 50 SWM hours per year at $50/hour. Includes: 36.61.020 (1) development of annual work plan, management and oversight of $2,500.00 contractor(s), finance budgeting, public education, coordination of SLAC meetings, notifications, and final report. PRIMARY LMD MANAGEMENT GOAL -TOTAL ANNUAL COST $30,572.00 The estimated annual cost for implementing a contracted aquatic plant management program was derived from a review of recent Steel Lake Work Plans, including the 2022 LMD budget. See Table 9 for a 39 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 50 of 77 detailed itemization of the expected tasks and associated costs for this effort. Expenditures will be limited to available budget and will pre -approved by SLAC during quarterly meetings. Table 9, Estimated Annual Cost for Contracted Aquatic Plant Management Program TASK ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Annual permit fee $722 Initial systematic survey $2,750 Second systematic survey $2,750 Diver Hand Removal $3,500 Manual Removal $2,000 Milfoil treatments $2,700 Aquatic Herbicide Application — Native Nuisance Aquatic Weeds $2,000 Aquatic Herbicide Application — Loosestrife, Water Lily, Yellow Flag Iris, Japanese Knotweed $2,000 $2,550 Annual Report Treatment notifications $1,400 Participation in SLMD Meetings $550 TOTAL I $27,922 14.2 Optional LMD Management Goals The balance of the lake improvement and maintenance activities that may also be performed over the LMD's ten-year period (2024-2033) are considered optional and will be implemented on an as -needed basis when funds are available based upon Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAC) review and approval. The SLAC must formally authorize the implementation of these optional activities (see section 14.3). The scope, RCW reference, description and estimated annual cost of these goals are described below in Table 10: ante iu. u tionai emu mans emeni uoais Scope Item RCW Reference Description Estimated Annual Cost Preservation of Native Introduction of native plantings when warranted by Vegetation and Aquatic 36.61.020 (1) $300.00 Habitat SLAC. (One time cost of $3,000.00). 40 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 51 of 77 Hazardous Algae Bloom (HAB) inspections and investigations. Estimates based on two (2) blooms per Management of 36.61.020 (2), year sampling, delivery, notifications, and follow-up. $500 Hazardous Algae Blooms (6) Estimate ten (10) SWM man hours at $50/hour annually. Estimate that lab costs are covered through Ecology Freshwater Algae Control Program. Estimate based on existing North Lake LMD WQ SWM Implemented volunteer program. Estimate six (6) annual on -lake Water Quality Monitoring 36.61.020 (6) monitoring events and travel time: 14 SWM man hours $3,540 Program at $50/hour. Estimate six (6) rounds of lab sample analysis per year. Estimate six (6) man hours of data management per year at $50/hour. Annually remove sediment in channel. Annually Maintenance of Lake 36.61.020 (7) perform periodic maintenance (remove vegetation and $480 Outlet Channel trash). Annual hand work to define channel. Estimate 16 SWM man hours per year at $30/hour Contract with USDA/Wildlife Services to implement Management of Canada annual Canada geese control activities (technical Geese 36.61.020 (6) $10,347.47 assistance, population monitoring, and population i control) 14.3 SLAC Responsibilities/Authority The Steel Lake Advisory Committee (SLAC) will be created to represent the property owners of Steel Lake and to advise City Council during the renewed Steel Lake LMD, set to become effective the beginning of 2024. Members of the SLAC shall be appointed by the City Council following an open recruitment process approved by the City Council. Members of the SLAC shall be selected from individuals who own property or represent government bodies that own property within the LMD. Intent of the selection process shall be to proportionally represent the various property types identified in the district assessment roll. Related City Council resolutions and ordinances will clearly establish the duties and authority of the Committee. 14.4 Petition to Create LMD Per RCW 36.61.030, a lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. A petition or resolution of intention shall set forth: (1) The nature of the lake improvement or maintenance activities proposed to be financed; (2) the amount of money proposed to be raised by special assessments or rates and charges; (3) if special assessments are to be imposed, whether the special assessments will be imposed annually for the duration of the lake management district, or 41 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 52 of 77 the full special assessments will be imposed at one time, with the possibility of installments being made to finance the issuance of lake management district bonds, or both methods; (4) if rates and charges are to be imposed, the annual amount of revenue proposed to be collected and whether revenue bonds payable from the rates and charges are proposed to be issued; (5) the number of years proposed for the duration of the lake management district; and (6) the proposed boundaries of the lake management district. In early 2023, the SLAC voted to proceed with SLMD reformation for 2024-2033, setting in motion the official petition process and related public hearings and City Council actions to achieve SLMD renewal. 42 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 53 of 77 15.0 REFERENCES AquaTechnex, LLC. 2010. Steel Lake Bathymetry Mapping Report. AquaTechnex, LLC. 2012. Steel Lake Discharge Management Plan. Carlson, Robert. E. 1977. A Trophic State Index for Lakes, Limnological Research Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. City of Federal Way, Washington. 2003. An Ordinance (03-452) of the City Council of the City of Federal Way, Washington, creating Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake and setting a public hearing on the assessment roll for the district. City of Federal Way, Washington. 2003. A Resolution (03-397) of the City Council of the City of Federal Way, Washington, creating a Lake Management District Advisory Committee for Steel Lake and establishing the duties thereof. City of Federal Way, Washington. 2003. Steel Lake Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan. City of Federal Way, Washington. 2012. An Ordinance (12-715) of the City Council of the City of Federal Way, Washington, relating to boats and watercraft; amending FWRC 7.03.010 and FWRC 7.03.040. Envirovision, Inc. 1994. Steel Lake Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan. Hamel, Kathy. 2012. Washington Department of Ecology, Aquatic Plants, Algae & Lakes Program. Personal communication. Moore, Schindler, Scheuerell, Smith and Frodge. 2003. Lake Eutrophication at the Urban Fringe, Seattle Region. Vol. 32 No. 1, Feb. 20030 Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Sheldon and Associates. 1999. City of Federal Way Wetland Inventory Report. Tobissen, P. and E. Wheat. 2000. Long and Short -Term Effects on Waterfowl on Collins Lake, An Urban Lake in Upstate New York. Washington State Department of Ecology. 2000. Herbicide Risk Assessment for the Aquatic Plant Management Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. Washington State Department of Ecology. 2011. Aquatic Plant and Algae General Permit, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit. 43 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 54 of 77 Washington State Department of Ecology. 2012. On -Line Aquatic Plant and Algae Identification. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/plants/plantalgaeid.html Washington State Department of Ecology. 2012. Fact Sheet for the State of Washington Aquatic Noxious Weed Management General Permit. Washington State Department of Ecology. 2012. On -Line Statewide water rights web map. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wr/info/Webmap.html Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. 1998. Aquatic Plants and Fish. Publication #APF- 1-98. Washington State Department of Health (DOH). 2010. Washington State Recreational Guidance for Microcystin and Anatoxin A. 44 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 2024-2033 STEEL LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PLAN Resolution No. 23- Page 55 of 77 APPENDIX A Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Create a Lake Management District for Steel Lake We, the undersigned Steel Lake property owners, request that the Federal Way City Council approve the creation of a Lake Management District (LMD) for Steel Lake pursuant to RCW 36.61. The LMD funds will finance efforts to protect and enhance Steel Lake in terms of water quality, recreational and aesthetic value. 1. Purpose of the Lake Management District: • Form a Lake Management District that creates a funding source for all future aquatic plant management activities, and continue to seek grant opportunities. • Perform annual diver surveys to monitor changes in the aquatic plant community. • Control and contain both milfoil populations and fragrant water lily populations at as low a density as is environmentally and economically feasible, and at levels that will not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. • Reduce all other identified species of noxious weeds as listed in WAC 16-750 to levels that do not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. • Use appropriate aquatic plant control and treatment methods as needed for all other problematic aquatic weeds, using the best available science to identify and understand their effects on human, aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems prior to implementation. • Provide for adequate native vegetation for fish and, if necessary, mitigate for any negative impacts to fish habitat due to non-native plant removal activities. • Continue public education to prevent the introduction of noxious weeds, nuisance plants and non-native animal species to the lake; and to aid in the early detection of aquatic weed re -infestations. • Continue to involve the Steel Lake Community in the aquatic plant management process. • Conduct public education to reduce the amounts of non -point source pollutants entering the lake, which can result in an increase in aquatic algae. 2. Boundary The proposed boundary of the LMD would include all the property with lakefront on Steel Lake. See attached map of proposed properties within the district. 3. Duration The proposed duration of the LMD is 10 years. 4. Charges to property: Annual rates and charges will be used to raise funds to support LMD activities. Resolution No. 23- Page 56 of 77 The following is the formula of rates and charges proposed for establishment of the assessment role for the LMD: Property assessed on dollar per unit Type # of Units Rate/Unit Total ($) Percentage Vacant parcel 9 $33 $27 2% Developed parcel (1 single-family dwelling) 89 $95 $8,45 56% Parcel with multifamily dwelling 1 $306 $30 2% City Park 1 $2,279 $2,27 15% Public Boat Launch 1 $3,895 $3,895 25.% Annual Total $15,232 The estimated maximum annual amount that is proposed for the LMD is $15, 232. Total maximum LMD rate revenue for the ten year LMD is $152,320. Issuance of revenue bonds is not proposed. The attached Steel Lake Management District Plan includes an estimated itemization of the use of these funds for the ten-year period. The LMD budget and rates will be approved through a public hearing and a public vote after the city council adopts a resolution to form the LMD. Once approved by the public and city council, the annual rates and charges may not be altered without another public vote and city council approval. 5. Steel Lake Management District Advisory Committee The volunteer Steel Lake Management District Advisory Committee is proposed to represent the interests of LMD property owners in the various neighborhoods around the lake. City staff will work with the Advisory Committee to develop the annual work plan. The annual LMD work plan and budget will be forwarded by the Advisory Committee for implementation by the City's Environmental Services Division. The Advisory Committee will track and review activities and expenditures by the City as well as outside Resolution No. 23- Page 57 of 77 contractors. City staff will provide Advisory Committee support including quarterly financial reports. Resolution No. 23- Page 58 of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (If known) 2 f .' l % 7`'iG� J� 3 J 5 J Lez , �lr- 2451 S 6 rn Db '.S 3 7 g� - s 9 I` I L' Jam✓ �( �� �!� I 10P-�-t" A �0t>Q0eP-quC5 :3�0 Ll i S 28 `^ !fir✓ S WA- g 6003 12 G1C,l� 11,, J..��.,,`` �Q r; 0 Q Clftlu Z427 J ,�U y t l�dC�a1 I,t114q�{}D� 13 % 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Resolution No. 23- Steel Lake LMD 2024-203337� Petition Page of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) 3o�r- 2qv F�� w 2Z1 30�1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Resolution No. 23- Page °/% Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if 1 known) 21 ty/ %>>on 2321 S, 3o`% S4 rr'L�-r "OY w,f oS7 3000l(� ; s1°� �� 3dy(-ISq 9 0 S3 Wool W k22 I._ -1��,. �. i os3xnciS3; 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Resolution No, 23- Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Pagge 4 of 4 Page 61 of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) (-S 2,24r- - 2 Qy 1 2Z1453ot1 4 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 l9 20 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Resolution No. 23- Page W f 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 s o RCW 36.61.030 - A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the feting of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at feast fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is w greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Prime Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) c /Q 2 3 ` .v.✓�..� 30 7d o / � �t A S 1 v9z fo y q/ o 4 at �rl� , � (1 0'7 to I I s s j L Y l G✓�� �3 !.,[Ivy �J G Es 53 7o d o 33 S" 6 s s(j 4r s ► 4W3 0 N-3 7vo c) 3 Z �1(iS c�sSe Zd�� 5. 3 c�� .Sf -! p 003 0 5 3-7ov 04215 8 � a (_ v 5. 0 8 S 3' Doi a- 0 2 .�- 9 or+N t, 5A i0 Z.d z.(6 5 30STIt s gSoo 3� 0-5-3 oa 03 v 10 11 12 13 14 Steel Lake L1v1D 2024-2033 Petition Page 1 of 4 Resolution No. 23- Page 64 of 77 APPENDIX B — Assessment Rate by Parcel Steel Lake Management District - Parcel Information and Annual Assessment Rates ADDRESS ADDRESS LAND TAXPAYER NAME LINE 1 LINE 2 ADDRESS LINE 3 PARCEL NO. USE RATE/YR Single LAZDINS ELIZABETH 2515 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049301 Family $95 BARRETT MARK Single STEVEN+KELLY R 2529 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049071 Family Single $95 MADDEN GLENN C+SANDRA L 2605 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049078 . Family Single $95 THOMPSON MARC W+SANDY L 2609 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049077 1 Family $95 Single TISDEL GERALD C 2613 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049079 Family $95 Single MAIER TROY M 2619 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049076 Family $95 BEMILLER ELIZABETH Single R+STEPHE 2623 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049073 Family $95 DOMINGO PEDRO 0921049061 Single B+CHIN C 2629 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 Family $95 Single MAIER JACK G 2633 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049064 Family $95 STARK KENNETH Single DALE+NANCY LE 2637 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049081 Family $95 Single NGUYEN KATHY H 2649 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049082 Family $95 Single NGUYEN KATHY 29828 18th Ave S. Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049058 Family $95 DE ALBUQUERQUE Single CYNTHIA N 30415 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049070 Family $95 Single BUI TAM 30419 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049237 Family $95 Single NEAULT DARRYL A 30421 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049063 Family $95 Single DUONG HAI VIET 30511 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049080 Family $95 Single SMITH GARY 30445 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 10921049184 Family $95 Resolution No. 23- Page 65 of 77 LACKEY FAMILY ESTATES SCHAFFER SUZAN LAWTON DEVIN T+JENNIFER A JOHNSON TERHI K VOGT ALAN & WE GONZALES DINO JOSEPH+KELLEY MYERS BRUCE E+DEBBIE J -TTE NASH MICHAEL J+ROBIN S NASH MICHAEL J+ROBIN S BARTENETTI GLEN D+JULIE M DOBSONJOHN LASKE JEREMY+NA JUNAE' BEMISJEANETTE State of Washingt Dept of Fish and Wildlife City of Federal W HAMILTON CORY N+MELISSA B CERVANTEZ MANUEL+SHEREL TOWNSEND DAVID+KATHRYN ARMSTRONG ROB M NGUYEN MICHEL HAFIZ MOHSEN ANDREWS JESSICA BRAZEL MICHAEL SHANE+LORI L Resolution No. 23- 15202 135th Ave E Puyallup, WA 98374 10921049092 Vacant $33 Single NE R 30527 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049072 Family $95 Single 30535 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049275 Family $95 Single 30605 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049202 Family $95 — Single NDY 30609 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049244 Family $95 Single 30617 28th Ave S Way, WA 98003 0921049263 Family $95 _Federal Single 1 30619 1 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049264 Family $95 30623 , 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049246 Vacant $33 Single 30623 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049195 Family $95 N Single 30637 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049181 Family $95 Single 30643 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049229 Family $95 CK Single 30803 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049188 Family $95 Single L 30807 28th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049178 Family $95 on Capitol Way Open 600 N _ 8th Ave S Olympia, WA 98501 7984400210, Space $3,895 ay 33325 Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049026 Park $2,279 Single 2256 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000175 Family $95 Single L 2250 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000180 Family $95 Single 2246 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000185 Family $95 ERT Single 2240 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000190 Family $95 Single LE 2238 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000195 Family $95 Single 2230 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000200 Family $95 Single A 2226 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000205 Family $95 Single 2222 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 .0537000210 Family $95 Page 66 of 77 EGAWA Single MASAHIRO+CHUI L 2218 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000225 Family $95 Single IGIELSKI TIMOTHY J 2214 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000230 Family $95 Single CONDER KENNEDY+ROSEMARY 2210 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000240 Family $95 Single MCDONNELL PATRICK D 2206 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000245 Family $95 Single LONG JOHN C+DEBORAH L 2204 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000250 Family $95 Single WALMSLEYJAMES D 2200 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000255 Family $95 Single SEATTLE OZ LLC 2058 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000260 Family $95 Single CHAU HUONG & TODD MARCUS 2054 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000270 ! Family $95 Single O'NEAL JR JOHN K 2050 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000275 Family $95 Single MASSEY PHYLLIS 2046 S 308th St 1 Federal Way, WA 98003 _0537000280 Family $95 Single SMITH TABATHA 2042 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000285 Family $95 ABAD BENJAMINE C+TABITHA 2042 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000291 Vacant $33 PINKHAM ED+SUE 2034 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000290 Vacant $33 PINKHAM EDWARD W Single III+SUSAN 2034 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000295 Family $95 PINKHAM ED+SUE 2034 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000300 Vacant $33 SANTO JOHN L+KERRI Single L 2026 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000305 Family $95 Single ZAHIR BEVERLY COBB 2022 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000310 Family $95 MONROE ASS & Single MARTESE 2018 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000315 Family $95 DANG HOANG MINH Single & CHAU TAMM 2014 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000320 Family $95 MARKERT Single DENNIS+RUTH 2O10 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000325 Family $95 Single STOKES DEBORAH L 2006 S 308th St 1 Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000335 Family $95 Single WILBURN ERIC D 2000 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000340 Family $95 WILBURN ERIC D 2000 S 308th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049175 Vacant $33 MILOSCIA MARK Single A+MESCHELL M 30720 19th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049144 Family $95 DEZUTTER THOMAS 30716 19th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049283 Single $95 Resolution No. 23- Page 67 of 77 W+ELAINE R Family Single BERNARD GARY D 30714 19th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049282 Family $95 JENKINS TIMOTHY Single A+DIANE L 307061 19th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049281 Family $95 CANNON ROBERT L ' Single III+MELANIE 30700 19th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049104 Family $95 View at the Lakes LLC, PO Box Multi C/O Fast Danny 50408 Bellevue WA, 98015 1 0921049124 Family $306 Green View PO Box Single Apartments LLC 821 Kirkland WA, 98083 0921049124 Family $95 Aurora Ave KIM IN SIL 3926 S #400 Seattle, WA 98103 0921049012 Vacant $33 STEEL LAKE HOMES Single INC 1931 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049199 Family $95 COLLIER RACHEL Single M AND AARON 2007 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000006 Family $95 SARTISON GRANT Single W+PATRICIA R 2013 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000021 Family $95 Single PAN MINGJIA 2015 . S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000020 Family $95 THRASHER ARLINE M & COOK Single AR 2017 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000030 Family $95 GALLIANO MARIO Single L 2021 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000035 Family $95 HOLT GARY Single L+BRENDA L 2027 S 304th'St Federal Way_ , WA 98003 0537000040 Family $95 WALTNER JOHN & Single SARAH 2O33 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000049 Family $95 GNOINSKY Single MICHAEL S 2039 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000055 Family $95 Single LEWIS JAYNE M 2047 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000065 Family $95 Single HICKS ROBERT S 2103 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000075 Family $95 KUBICEK MICHAEL Single D 2107 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000080 Family $95 SOUNTHALA NOPHADON+YOKO I Single UCH 12111 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000085 Family $95 Single SCANNELL ERIN 2115 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000090 Family $95 Single SMITH CHERYL L 2203 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000095 Family $95 Single KOCH DANIEL L+ELIZABETH A 2209 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 1 0537000096 Family $95 Resolution No. 23- Page 68 of 77 KOCH JEROME Single F+KATHLEEN A 2207 S 304th St Federal Way_, WA 98003 0537000100 Family $95 Single MERKEL PHILLIP 2215 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000110 Family $95 SABOL MARK Single A+SUSAN E 2219 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000115 Family $95 OSTERHOUT Single MARVIN J 2225 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000120 Family_$95 JANSSEN CRAIG Single R+NANCY R 2231 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000130 Family $95 SPURGEON Single DEBORAH K 2301 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000135 Family $95 SPURGEON DEBORAH K 2301 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000141 Vacant $33 WOJNICZ BODGAN Single H+DEBORAH K 2309 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000145 Family $95 PURDOM Single CHARLES T+BARBARA J 2313 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000150 Family $95 TACKETT FAIRREL Single W+PHYLLIS A 2317 S 304th St Federal Way,_ WA 98003 0537000155 Family $95 Single BENSON JEREMY & VANESSA 2321 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000160 Family $95 NGUYEN LISA Single T+DANG VAN Q 2325 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000165 Family $95 Single VO TYSON 2329 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0537000170 Family $95 LAM CHI Single I+MATHIASON DONALD 2403 S 304th St Federal Way_ , WA 98003 0921049074 Family $95 PO Box GAITHER DAVID N 94071 Seattle, WA 98124 0921049060 Vacant $33 Single LINEHAN WILLIAM 2417 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049002 Family $95 Single CAISSE PETER R 2423 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049066 Family $95 RODRIGO JACINTO JR & Single MARIA 2427 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049069 Family $95 BAKLUND Single RICHARD I+CORINNE A 24331 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049108 Family Single $95 REYHNER THEODORE A 2435 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049059 Family $95 Single HEIDER LEO M 2451 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049062 Family $95 SURENDRAN 1 SUSHITHA / 2509 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049300 Vacant $33 Resolution No. 23- Page 69 of 77 PULLAT RILEY MARK K 2519 S 304th St Federal Way, WA 98003 0921049067 Single Family I $95 Data accessed May 2023 - Data Source: King County Department of Assessments records Resolution No. 23- Page 70 of 77 EXHIBIT B Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Create a Lake Management District for Steel Lake We, the undersigned Steel Lake property owners, request that the Federal Way City Council approve the creation of a Lake Management District (LMD) for Steel Lake pursuant to RCW 36.61. The LMD funds will finance efforts to protect and enhance Steel Lake in terms of water quality, recreational and aesthetic value. Purpose of the Lake Management District: • Form a Lake Management District that creates a funding source for all future aquatic plant management activities, and continue to seek grant opportunities. • Perform annual diver surveys to monitor changes in the aquatic plant community. • Control and contain both milfoil populations and fragrant water lily populations at as low a density as is environmentally and economically feasible, and at levels that will not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. • Reduce all other identified species of noxious weeds as listed in WAC 16-750 to levels that do not impact public safety or the beneficial uses of the lake. • Use appropriate aquatic plant control and treatment methods as needed for all other problematic aquatic weeds, using the best available science to identify and understand their effects on human, aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems prior to implementation. • Provide for adequate native vegetation for fish and, if necessary, mitigate for any negative impacts to fish habitat due to non-native plant removal activities. • Continue public education to prevent the introduction of noxious weeds, nuisance plants and non-native animal species to the lake; and to aid in the early detection of aquatic weed re -infestations. • Continue to involve the Steel Lake Community in the aquatic plant management process. • Conduct public education to reduce the amounts of non -point source pollutants entering the lake, which can result in an increase in aquatic algae. 2. Boundary The proposed boundary of the LMD would include all the property with lakefront on Steel Lake. See attached map of proposed properties within the district. 3. Duration The proposed duration of the LMD is 10 years. 4. Charges to property: Annual rates and charges will be used to raise funds to support LMD activities. The following is the formula of rates and charges proposed for establishment of the assessment role for the LMD: Resolution No. 23- 71 of 77 Property assessed on dollar per unit Type # of Units Rate/Unit Total $ Percentage Vacant parcel 9 $33 $279 2% Developed parcel (1 single-family dwelling) 89 $95 $8,455 56% Parcel with multi- family dwellin 1 $306 $306 2% City Park 1 $2,279 $2,279 15% ;Public Boat Launch 1 $3,895 $3,895 25.% .Annual Total $15,232 The estimated maximum annual amount that is proposed for the LMD is $15, 232. Total maximum LMD rate revenue for the ten year LMD is $152,320. Issuance of revenue bonds is not proposed. The attached Steel Lake Management District Plan includes an estimated itemization of the use of these funds for the ten-year period. The LMD budget and rates will be approved through a public hearing and a public vote after the city council adopts a resolution to form the LMD. Once approved by the public and city council, the annual rates and charges may not be altered without another public vote and city council approval. 5. Steel Lake Management District Advisory Committee The volunteer Steel Lake Management District Advisory Committee is proposed to represent the interests of LMD property owners in the various neighborhoods around the lake. City staff will work with the Advisory Committee to develop the annual work plan. The annual LMD work plan and budget will be forwarded by the Advisory Committee for implementation by the City's Environmental Services Division. The Advisory Committee will track and review activities and expenditures by the City as well as outside contractors. City staff will provide Advisory Committee support including quarterly financial reports. Resolution No. 23- 72 of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) i 60�LI du Z� 5 - i 2 M� l l 7 3 a- 4 a s �► a'� S S, 5 -Z� 5 1 S 6rlAJ bAti-,�bkf.5 3��( I s"a 9Qt�/A&'-/hIL leg to 11 t? y tit r AL' Pr I,'P" Q0e—p-gVC 30 t-I 1 S C;�8' ^ AV WA- q 8003 12 Ir" � cl��,�b Odll"i o JQ CIn)b Ci 2427 ..may j �- l `mod Gra ! 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 F20 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition P e 3 ❑f4 Resolution No. 23- 7 of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) r 2 , p " \ v Fc� �✓ ZZ19 3oSl t ✓ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Resolution No. 23- Pa#oW Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) 21i"'� %end t? �► 7-3 z 1 5, 3" `% 'IL l way w,s a d' j a S37o 0 60 22 / ' b 5'3 wool (OY ClrL���il �, y Al j oS3oiSS 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Resolution No. 23- Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Page 4 of 4 75 of 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 RCW 36.61.030 —A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address Parcel Number (if known) 3oy�- 2 `/ Fc�Yw✓ 3 C/ 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition P Resolution No. 23- f 77 Petition to the Federal Way City Council to Renew the Lake Management District Number 1 for Steel Lake, 2024-2033 o s o RCW 36.61.030 — A lake management district may be initiated upon either the adoption of a resolution of intention by a county legislative authority or the filing of a N petition signed by ten landowners or the owners of at least fifteen percent of the acreage contained within the proposed lake management district, whichever is w greater. Signature of Property Owner(s) Printed Name Full Address , Parcel Number (if known) 2 Z`I� / !--- 5. 3 30 70 0 4` Air- S d b v 9z /o Y 910 4 0'7 2_0 � � J�R S q d 92 /O 5 g/ q4( s V l e Avk6 G1/�/� GJ :mil' 'W V J e S'3 7o a o 33 S" 6 w\ b S s0 CT`—` _ C1 �v3 G vo G 3 :9 lliS eOSCY 2d�� s. 0 5 97ov 0a$y g _ ',c%e ( 1 sty s_ D 8 fa S f 3' Da 3 0— 0 2 S — Z.d LG 'S 30s71t s I 9500 3� 0.5-3 70c 03 v 10 U 11 12 13 14 Steel Lake LMD 2024-2033 Petition Page 1 of 4 040 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: RESOLUTION: 2023 FEE SCHEDULE POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the proposed' ee Schedule for 20239 COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: May 23, 2023 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing tK City Council Business ® Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: 1. Staff Report c, (OVINI Z; 2. Resolution: 2023 Fee Schedule Options Considered: 1. Approve proposed resolution. 2. Do not approved proposed resolution and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: 17 DIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed resolution to the June 6, 2023, CO�r1 C.LI,. 30JLnI �sg , Committee Chair Committee Member Committee tuber PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed resolution. " BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED— 1/2022 RESOLUTION # clrr OF 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way 253-835-7000 Centered an Opportunity www.cityoffedei-a[way.com Jim Ferrell, Mayor Addendum to Fee Schedule Resolution DATE: June 6, 2023 TO: Federal Way City Council FROM: Evan Lewis, Senior Planner; evaii.iewis c@cityoffederalway.com; 253-835-2646 ;r" SUBJECT: Developer fee comparison by King County Cities — background to inform fee schedule resolution As requested at the 5/23/23 FEDRAC meeting, the charts below show city comparisons by total developer fees (impact fees, mitigation fees, system charges) for single family and multifamily. Federal Way's totals below assume and reflect the adoption of the proposed Park Impact Fee ($2,200 for both single and multifamily), and reflect the max school impact fee that could be charged for the City Center and BC zones if the proposed cap is adopted ($3,604 for single-family, $2,222 for multifamily). Chart data is the most recent fee information found for each City based on Planning staff s research into developer fees in other cities. Single -Family Developer Fees $50,000 $45,000 $40,000 III $35,000 1�1 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 - $,000 $5 $5,000 $0 Sammamish Issaquah Kirkland Redmond Renton Shoreline Bellevue Kent Auburn Federal Way Des Moines Burien ■ Impact Fees -Traffic Impact Fees- Parks == Impact Fees- School Impact Fee Fire Mitigation Fee Police Mitigation Fees Gen Gov Mitigation Fees Non Motorized System Charges Storm Multifamily Developer Fees $zs,000 $20,000 $lo,ODo $s,000 Issaquah Sammamish Renton Redmond Shoreline Kirkland Kent Auburn Federal Way Bellevue Des Moines Burien Impact Fees -Traffic Impact Fees- Parks Impact Fees- School Impact Fee Fire Mitigation Fee Police Mitigation Fees Gen Gov Mitigation Fees Non Motorized 0 System Charges Storm CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 23, 2023 TO: City Council VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Directory Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: 2023 Proposed Fee Schedule Resolution The 2023 fee schedule was adopted by the City Council at the November 15, 2022, Council meeting. The city is proposing to add a new Parks Impact Fee, change a development agreement fee from an hourly cost to a flat amount, and adjust some language and omissions that were caught upon further review by city staff. The following amendments to the 2023 fee schedule are now proposed: Section Three Construction Permits (CD) Fees I. Miscellaneous Permit -Related Fees The State Building Code Council (SBCC) surcharge for Residential Building Permits is not determined by the city, but was changed in error, and needs to be adjusted back to $6.50. Section Seven Land Use (CD) Fees A. Principal Land Use and Subdivision -Related Fees The fee for development agreement, new or amended, is proposed to be changed from a fee based on actual hourly personnel costs to a lump sum fee of $30,000. The development agreement process is very staff -intensive, including staff from Community Development, Economic Development, Public Works, Law, and the Mayor's Office. Most other land use fees are lump sum fees, and after analysis of other fees in this section, and other development agreements, changing this fee is recommended. Section Seven Land Use (CD) Fees B. Miscellaneous Land Use Fees Fees for Review/Request not otherwise covered by the schedule of fees set at a 1-hour minimum is proposed to be changed from $134 per hour to $165 per hour. This adjustment is to keep in line with the cost of providing staff support services for land use. In addition, noticing postage and materials for a lump sum fee of $50 is proposed. Section Thirteen Impact Mitigation (PK) Park Impact Fee The City is proposing to add a Parks Impact Fee for Residential per dwelling unit of $2,200. At this time the Commercial Park Impact Fee per employee is proposed at $0. The Parks Department needs a dedicated funding source to ensure the system and capital improvements can be made. City staff have conducted extensive research and analysis documenting the impact of new growth and development on public parks, open space, and recreation facilities, and have prepared a Park Impact Fee Study which is being provided in an ordinance that incorporates policy and technical analysis regarding the need for and calculation of a park impact fee. Rev. 7/18 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City of Federal Way, Washington, amending the fee schedule for 2023 and repealing the fee schedule adopted in Resolution No. 22-835. WHEREAS, the City is authorized under RCW 35A.11.020, 35A.63.100(2), and 19.27.040 to require licenses for the conduct of business, require permits for the construction of structures and improvements, and to impose fees to recoup the costs of processing and/or providing services; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way Revised Code establishes the basis for the assessment and/or collection of such license, permit fees, and service charges; and WHEREAS, the City Council adopted changes to the fee schedule for 2023 at the November 15, 2022, City Council meeting; and WHEREAS, areas have been identified in the adopted 2023 fee schedule where information for Community Development fees was inadvertently omitted from the documents at the time they were adopted; and WHEREAS, the Parks Department is proposing to add a parks impact fee to ensure the Parks Department can provide system and capital improvements which will have a positive effect on the community for generations; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds it necessary to revise the City fee schedule upon review of the fee table to make the above adjustments and additions. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Fee Schedule. The City of Federal Way hereby adopts and incorporates the Resolution No. 23- Page 1 of 13 amendments to the 2032 Fee Schedule as attached hereto, identified as Exhibit A. Section 2. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution. Section 3. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this resolution are authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 4. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 5. Effective Date. The fee schedule adopted by this resolution shall be effective June 14, 2023. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of the resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON this day of 5 20 . [Signatures to follow] Resolution No. 23- Page 2 of 13 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR ATTEST: STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO.: Resolution No. 23- Page 3 of 13 ExH18fT A TYPE OF FEE 2023 Farr 2027 RoVraad Fan 9EUMN ONE AWWM.- UOF71Sti ANO OTHER FEES- fM Unaaarod Ca hce a. F . year Vhdeaan tog Ilcehsa per year .Siff. !EO Ariere o Cat Aflotad Cal lumrso for ono yr 1, - $20 f7G - Agerco C� Brame for two year E35 Mortal Cal ln:"%e lof Ihrea yca* 550 550 Alkrod Ded A4aed Dog Ilnase For one year _ S75 S25 wlered IDep Nemec for mo War $45 $ay Alhxad b-g 1,-nse lortnmayaer _!86 5S5 Permanent License {ownms 55 yam of ape red ordarl- It Allerad No Fee Permanent tawnae (dhamfad) - If Ahaed _ _ Zap Zap No Fce Other Fa a Rsplats"rit Tay 52 52 Hobby hamlolMobhy Lattery (f i each Inmwdual emmal must ba ficeneeal SSG 55a PenaHrat Lase Ilion 10 days mnarnd foo Sid 510 30 - 56 days 1.14 rsn-1 toe E20 $20 Oder 60 days Pere renewal fee S25 Zr5 No refund due to Pet mnylrq am at the area, or lost pH. The Idanagerr may authonm a rorund cclFmwd in arrror. 8ECT10fr Two. JIURINr; 8 REGISTRATfOry..f►15 Sienxaal 5 usJnase.R"I low N-e Buesreq sad renewals_ All caloge0es untsae othermto Idonl'Pied hveln New S mina Registrations and Renewak General Commercial Businesses to include. 2nd Hand Oeecr, Oanco Mall, F.rosaage Parfar r3.moung (r S50 per eewce up to 61. Re aNs U-10 ETP400n &}0. SW 11-i5 Emidayeea 5125 5125 21$411 Ezraolq- i2so 6250 51.100EfnP(cyen 51 MM E1,5W 101.SW Emaloyaer SA,!IW $4,500 aF Slfk70 F1nRroyees i9,300 50,5(H] Outwe Coauador 3a0 %6 lioMe O-Debn s50 no Tamlporary 5uslr.ns Rlplslrslan $50 5..50 Right at way s+13 548 11up5tate Ragnoulran (rsrllacarnsom 1 $1 S 515 SPesdalty Lkanae: Second HeM Dealer Sea CenersF Sueinaaa See G.nal Buimes R(ylatralian - SW Ro istallon+SSO Sae Genael Business Sea Geaaral Siminns Pawnbroker Llxaasa Reglstrstive • S600 Reglauelbe + SW pubilc aathhvw . 1. Public Bathhouse Buelness a" f3ROMI 8ua1nsss Reclatrii See Genoa] U-mesa Replalrs0an 2. Salhhoa rinend-T pci atletrdera in addition be Ausn a A[ylkrv[laa saes ?till W 3. ex5iirnvac nesnvanr par mmepar in edGf✓atr a Swarms RapiaVyien lee 51i0 S50 Public Bath House Proration: The erdlre enrulat drones lea shelf be paid for the appleabM ca*Ww year reperdlaes of when the eppAielbn Par, license h made end Way nat be prorated for any part of she year r icepf that Atha o t" epp/cefbn lof ,lean A. merle renewab ahaY be re tulmid lobe obtanad aid paid In hay by Jamrary3l of aeW raapadive year.subaequsrk to June 30 film kanes Poe for the remainder of fhat year chess be one-hff of the annuor lconea sea Annual License Renewal ties below See below Late Penalty: Failure to pay any reglstratfon fee due within 30 days after the day m which it is due and payable shall result in a pses6y, or five percent or $5.00, Per FWRO 12.06.060 (71 Par FWRC 12 06 050 (71 whlchavar Is higher, on the amount of the registration fee, and an additlwrel penalty of flue percent or SS 00, whicharer is higher, for each succeeding month of delinquency or part thereof, but Well not exceed a Mal penalty of $25.00 or 25 percent of the amount of such registration fee, whbh firer is high- TYPE OF FEE 2023 2023 Revised Fee Fee SECTION THREE CONSTRUCTION PERMITS ICON PERMrr FEES A. BUILDING The Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Sign Permit fees are calculated by applying Valuation Table A to the value of the work proposed The valuation should include the typical construction methods for foundation work, structural and nonstructural building components, and interior finish material The value of the work shell be determined by using Building Value Data as published and further updated by the International Cade Council or by submission of a written project bid subject to approval by the Building Official. Note: Adddlonsl Is- will apply fo a ilurmit, ati nolad hero. All development permits are charged an automation fee See Section Three, I for details All building permits are charged an SBCC surcharge Sae Section Three, I for details All permit rev— includes review of the original submission and one resubmission Resubmitlal of documents - Additional plan review fees will be assessed starting with second and subsequent resubmissions, Some building permits require plan review See Section Three, G for details Some building permits require plumbing fees See Section Three, D for details Some building permits require mechanical fees Sae Section Thrace, C for details Some building permits require o dlgltmng IN S;m Seetlen Three, I for details Some building permits require an "pad fee See Section Thirteen for details Some building permits require zoning review See Section Seven, B for details Some building permits require a South King Fire fee See Section Five for details B. DEMOLITION Permit Fee is based on total project demolition valuation See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fees C MECHANICAL General permit fees are based on total installation valuation See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fees, Permit and plan review fees for a New Single -Family Residence is a fiat fee of: D PLUMBING General permit fees are based on total installation valuation See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fees Permit and plan review fees for a New Single -Family Residence is a Flat fee of: E. ELECTRICAL Permit fee Is based on total Installation valuation. Use Valuation Table B to calculate electrical permit fees F. SIGN (1) Permanent sign Permit fee is based on total construction installation valuation See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate lee The total permit fee` for electrical signs includes an electrical connection fee. as follows: First sign Each additional sign an same application_ The total permit fee' includes a per sign planning surcharge, as follows Flml sign Each additional sign on some application Nolo a—Feeas based.v�ar.+ual-hrwnv-uersonrvv4coslc— (2) Temporary sign. Note temporary signs are by separate permit Permit fee G. PLAN REVIEW FEES The specified plan review fees are separate from and in addition to the permit fees and are collected at application submittal 13ulldlno permit. 65% of the building permit ree Moohard"t ammh 65% of the mechanical permit fee Piurrmbing pezmlt 65% of the plumbing permit fee Sign permit 65% of the sign permit lee Electrical Permit 65% of the electrical permit fee South King Fire & Rescue: 15%of the building permit lee [Commercial building permits ONLY] Additional plan review reeuired by chortles I additions I revisions to Plans Per hour or Portion thereof' Outside consultant plan review Any private or public prolessional services contract needed will be billed 100%, plus 10% billing and administrative charges Note 1 Fee is based on actual hourly Personnel cosis, Note: Fire Prevention syslem plan review fees are found in Section Five Fire Code -Annual Permits and Review fee section 3Dq of Pan Review fag S4S2 $462 S83 $39 S62 S23 S56 $83 30% of Plan Review fee S482 M $03 $39 $62 $23 S5B S63 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2023 Revlmed fee Fee SECTION THREE- CONSTRUCTION PERMITS ICOi foorw[nu&dl H. ADDITIONAL OR SPECIAL INSPECTIONS The following bee are seperere Gum and in addlfon to the pernml fens and ere cnesded in edv of work perform d. 1 Relnspe-4ion (second mnd mhsequent rainspec"nfj {Hourly Fiala') Sao 3" 2 InEp-cliens for which no fee Is specifically Indicated t1•heur mjnawumj IHoudy Rahl'I S12E 5125 3 Inepmcdans nulslda of norms[ buminesS noun I+Lhew mhdmum[ [Hourly Rate'] S13d $126 A. Inspa [rem peef—d! ey oumide eenlullan[r [My private or public 0ohnalpnel grvlcea contract needed Will bs billed 160,14- plus 10% bisinq end "MMINtmtrm ohorpot I Note: f Fee is based w eclual hourly, personnel coda I. MISCELLANEOUS PERMIT -RELATED FEES Adult family nurne facility Inspasti" I:�...,, nei,••�•,,,n ir.-rI Hm'r Auldmilalvn Fee to lend E Fee 5249 SZ4S IappbEE ell use devdoprnem pormrol], m 1� grester of 594 er5'W M Inc permit fsa O,gkming tar eingle•tarruly plans warrilmiai and pumlt issued 554 INgituing mr q—coder and mutiWa miry eons subm&W and permi[s uaued $161 Stet pier: .. .. Tna.tvunler lOf-C��permii renew Se5 S65 Single-hm0y Soler pa -al r eystam permit fen 3345 13e6 Ahand—ed Shooing can ImpWnd fee_ S50 W Abandoned Shnlaprnd Carl Satvape ftmn $50 350 Aem.9pned Shopping. Can CInlls'erl. fee, 6 dart mnlRlumnPaf OIIPfary 5124 Si Ti Ftata Buiidinq Code Cewiol jSWC) m4tdrrge forReefderdial 9Wlding Pamdlm S13 ,•: 1-0 For Seen residonbel and :etlH the. GrSt o0g cn the came permlL. - S^ 52 is Building Colo council jBBCnY aurcharge tar CA[tlmarolml Building Perrnrb 325 S25 .For each rairlenleml urpteRmlhe_}tnt.uag pyl.me memo pump az 52 ::dr :-.rwrlSR..tmc.n,w•,bwy orwvw.wAa J.REFUNDS Permit applications: The Building Official may authorize the iefundlriq of not more then 00%of the permit plan review, fees paid, provided the applicant presents a written request to withdrew the application prior to the commencement of staff review The automation fees are nor nvkmdablo [ NOTE: The Building Seidel does not have purview over another department's erjurisdiction's fees Please apply for niher yorauiel rmTmtle separately. If eppl .w. j Issued permit.: The Building Official may authorize the refunding of not more than 00%of other, non -plan roviewfrelated building permit fees paid, provided the applicant presents a written request to cancel the permit prior to the commencement or any construction work covered by the permit anWor prior to the compietlon of any inspections by City staff. The automation fees are non-refundable [ NOTE: The Building Official does not have purview, over another department's or jurisdiction's fees Please apply for other potential refunds Separately, if applicable ] K. RENEWALS Permit Renewal: Ri—ml for rencvut of resstemiaL multifamily, mnq commercial bundirW aermd L. PENALTIES Any person who shall commence any work for which a permit Is required by this Code without first having obtained a permit may be required to pay double the permit fee find by this section for much work Such double permit fee shell be in additional to any penalty for a violation of the provisions or this Code SECTION FO R FALSE ALARMS- iEm3i $335 Felme Alarm Fee Burglary 1st awe 2nd lake alumna in a r"atrapgli year jJpjy t - June 361. Frey Fry 3rd lefsa e0irm i In a faplab"a n yar(JNy I - Jena-30j ach elaml 00 950 41h false. mtarme In a raglsho:lon year {JJIV 1 • June. 3p1, each almrm 5100 5100 511h W- alamw in a raplslrellon year jJUIV 1 -June. 30j, mxh alarm. s19a 4160 6ln end succest•ve [mite pia rms in a reglWaOrn year [July 1 - Duna 301, each slum 5200 $200 Robbery tat Will Ind lehe alit n s in a reglst+allon veer IJuly 1 - Jun& MFree Free and fake aterma m e regntrmtlon year j hdy I - June 301, each alarm 575. 575 i1h alm wit— in a repnlrabon Year Wuly 1 - June 301, ehdr 9ler:ri. si50 5150 Sth lot" almrma M a replefrmwr year [JOY 1 -dune XI. each alarm SN5 $225 d1h Siva sure ivs tmise earns In a rogimmi Veer l.tuly 1 - Juna 30j, o-h eterin 530111 5300 Registration Fee Sd5 $4 Leta Reastrinisn Fee Pemlty Sell $50 Late False AJ� PA-1 Penalty M S25 Anneal Hearmo C-r.allsir:m Fee $10 Sig SECT[ N FIVE. FIR£ CQDE-ANNUAL PFAMIn AND REVIEW, FIREL Fire Department RevNw and Inc _ n o} Building Permit. Fin Prowmwn aWam Partible Penny Fes lbnad on vskurbaN Man Renew Fee tyngio•fpm y safer garter f System permit fen Outside CDm5iggaet pterl re+lma Avtd44pnot plan review myidred:W ehengelnyaddamnatravnuorre [o plan, per near or potion !hereof AV. Cry mtaera i6mou of ford ba flor pocaumhy 15%of Building Permit Fee with min $84 05 Per 113C Sed loci 1052 S51[ of FP Permit Fee ST2o Anual cold 1".0 thr is% of Building Permit Fee with min S64 05 Par IBC Sedlon 100.2 65%of FP Perrin[ Foe $120 AAual owl $65 Umr Puhfka.play Permit [pgps[hpvAl 510f1.00 ceSh bonds Sim 5100 SECTION-8,EVER_4ut0NBE�(co) _ A. PRINCIPAL LAND USE AND SUBDIVISION -RELATED FEES! Aneuapry DrS11Inp Ihdt. jlndude. whmirafon S 1 lespbmiaalon] AdminiStrallve DdmminmBom l Code Inturamfuwpn {Intl Will Iwlllnfeelon a 1 wubmlasten} Annaaall— [inoludom tubmtmslan A 1 nsubmisaion[ $682 5582 $531 Sail 0 459 53.45u TYPE OF FEE Foub SECitON SEVEN LAND USE. lCOl foontinumn BeePdary Line Adivatmoni rinludos tupmimmion A 7 M"Itne)anlPnl, Flue' fS,OSf $1,661 Fas Revmvr i 561 _ _ _ - _ 7sS $03 Pyblig W042 riavrtar L1;p37 8f,037 Binding tine Plan, 2.4 loin [includes subminsinn A 1 reautinilnnionl, Plur 54,jM 54.$S4 Fire Re'aerr IR 5% ON 570b Public Waal 15 NIw 51,01F 51,67e Ornd)ng slle Plan, 5-0 This pwludee submission d 1 rMutlmission[, Plus CS.401 63.4Q1 Piro R"aw A $,% Sit 5?71 Pablle Wollo Rvew d S1k39i S I A@ I3 6lnding li♦te plan, Se A more "go RnPledee auhmiealen 4L 1 reaPPmHnlnn), PIO: spoon SI5.301H Fire RrAew in 5% S41 S IA10 Public Works RWI" $7,534 41,83g Change of Use (Includes submission & 1 resubmisalon) $415 $415 Development Agreement, New or Amended r+a s b.aed on sstuu hnirrly sononnel Leek Forest Pr e7leea Parmla linaludes ou"loslon S 1 rasubmneron) VIXI 3283 Flood Plain Parm{t nricludea submi"Ion b 1 ronubminvien) SSSI 5831 HrPieric DowQngllne (h yim 11rlWudeyp 4L 1 lesuLminscm) Sig$ 51fi5 1.t'I Line Eliml nstlan trnCludas au hmisslon 6 7 mabrriltelonI 61,e01 51,G51 Phd. Pmuminary Ilncluden nultmlaslen & 1 resubmrna{enf. Plus Sh,3oe S&308 Per Ac1P Fee 5110 Silo Foe Re4law SQ 511 7429 Puhin Nlo" iIamow Ease in S5,7Btl i5,75a PLn Per sere lee - 52b.7 1263 Pint, Final flnduden subrNnlon 3 1 woubm lasbr), Prea: S'a�@.5. SS A65 Public VIlorks Ro $2211 S7,771 Plat Short 24 wits rincWdss nuhmltilon A 1 resebMi"i0l), Plua ",154 54,154 Per lot Slue Sigo Fae R-- 0 5% $ago: S200 Public Wwu Revlwv S1,6R1 51,671 Plat Short 5 -0 iota pgdudea mhminalon 6.1 rosubmisHon). Pius: 55,401 56,4131 p-lot SAca 5108 Flm Ravraw co 9% Vito 527D Pub i. Weller Revlek g1,e21 51,g21 Wi-RpgeeMbn Meal (InalWas submlubm A 1 rssubinkowan) mi. Sol Prooese l -Minor Pita review llno)udes auLmuaion A 1 reanbmIssrnnl _-%d-.a1 sanl Pro oaa 2 -SRs wen Review [Baw Pali Includes submission a 1 rewbm ne en), F9ur are:is.DQo ran over ba.000 sglt over IOD.OM MR _ Fbs Rvlewo 5x Public waft Rtw Base Fee Plus onr 26 000 port Pear 50,000 all ever 100,000 arm _ Process s. Pr.)ent Approval [ease Feat [lriciede rabmmi.n a 1 rPPLtrt su* win: oxrzstlao.rdq over 60.000 sqd! eva 100.000 sort Fire ReN4v1 b7k Pvbllo Wodo Ronew Us_ Fee Plus od - mer 250001 r _ 50.008 sod? _ ova 1Qp,OQp pGR Process 7 -RppO.emom_tpr radio lower.6 nose" iWcblrss M1rr vsa.t.>y_rmwwx radio. cpanston maulred by FWRC.1� I1O.R0131 ttnaludes auhrrii-n A 5 itsribn4>,eh1n), Plw: Foe Ft -a sic _ Pforsase 3-Adminhrsrsgvo VaNsnoea flnclude sfmmlaien a s {pvhnliesfan) Dubuc YScrki RaVlav Pid4esa 4-Hasiing Exnml Pere Decplon, (Base Feel Rmcluaes s1lbrrrhfi n A 1_falwprtn}s'on) P41rF- tva ANLWw4N 5F% Pubic Wade Review Proems 4 - Hearin¢ Examiner Variance )Esae Favl rincivde. whmiman a. 7 rovi mneionl Plus, PUNIC Worm Rawsw Process S-t7uoWudiclnl Rezonev jo ce Fee) liricludm frbrmisslon $ 1 rMowasionj PIPr Ftdbl one RS desl9matlma m arwiner IS designation Per ALm .. - . FMalmwn From one RM 4nuDnalwn tc en SI4rRM aasIgnatlPn Per Ape Nrsr,mom ;p. r•+r Sg7i + e 3. i47a s� seas 55,16s i1,T8s Sys? $187 st ml _ $1,73t s4os 5406 58T1 1,724 _ _ _ _i71t S1:TI4 164.Bs6 l4,gS5 5474 747e sw'Q SB30 _ S1,7S5 ...i24S _ SI'las 57.44 51,731 Si,731 S40e E406 Sell Se11 S722i 51-21h Tie3 izoy _ 515 05 14,oe5 SANS 540s 5408 PANG 500. =6 6265 S'l433 :7 if7a S4,4a1 S4,Rs1 *W2 fdf2 di5,2N SS.TN S11s Silo r_-6,eW2 Va? g6 ss.tan sire $116 - - !$.w $25.602 TYPE OF FEE 2023 Fee 2023 Rwlesd Fla SECtION SEVEN. LAND USE, ICD1 iconllnumi _ Placasa 8 - Comprehensive Plan I Retono Mapof Yert AmandrMnt [Buse Poe] Ilncludas submpsrpm 8 1 re.ut,missloa), Plua' SS_290 55,74G Per Aaa (for map amendm4oll 5118 $116 Public ... _ . No;taq Fee. (Porwch.rggNred.puLgnhpd. npapa] 5lS7 $253 $EPA Cny Celrter Planned'Action f Irglpdes cubminimn E 1 resubmipplpnl, Ptug �7Fi,647 $I-OQ Fire Renew Fee 33 5% _ _ _ _ _ 362 ES2 Public Welk. I'l—" _ sail 11511 SEPA Envlronmmfaf CllaollNst rM IYfwFFA(o]rIGJ AM- Nm..(1rrtudes fubmlarlon a 1 miuominion), qus: I?,173 52.1')S Fire Renew Fee FA 5% slog $1 D ) P011e work. Ra J1 s4m 5405 SEPA Checklist fir Project Adlen (Nrdudee aubarlasidn K 1 reaohmimim), Plus: 17 115 32 t75 rim RWlew F4d im 5% Slop slog Pablw Work. R.%1— 3500 sfrm ShcrbRrna subststand4) Devc4opmem Pfnoit, [Bass.FpsT(mciudee submission, 1 ranpsrnyalgnl, Frut 54;08S 54.685 aver S 15,000 pmjed vslue 1250 3� _ ver 150.000 erwectvsta t4,61$ S2,845 vbr SIon.000 P.Ibd vows 2211 $5.720 orTT €5ilg,agu pmlecf YWud .... SIDCa3g 510,439 crer 31,000,000 Praled varoe SIS,857 s15,657 _ _ Publc Works Rrdew Sl,tl74 S7,724 SNere1Me CandlUons! Uss PafmlL Flnebrdes submissloa ft 1 rawhmuskn], Plums 34;gds 54,88! Pyol:f Worm Re uw, _ i3'8!7. $3.44.7 Shoreline (Exemption Determination) (Includes submisalorl S 1 resubmission) 1415 $415 Shorellme Varlanoa flms WdaslylaNbs on 61 rn:iemlxln ••i =%ilia'sa. ouhla Walks Rw law i2;941 v..55 Temporary Use PaMM Tree, Removal Rur;utsl [Includes submission 8 1 rem➢rnre.i�h) Zoning Compliance Review— Charge of Use (Includes submission 61 resubmiselon) Zoning Nnl iscatlen )Inquiries t Detrdn 1... inducts submlraipe S 1 lR.ubmwtupn]. B. MISCELLANEOUS LAND USE FEES: A1lpaxla Uetem_ I Furapp-J. of Admmi.tmve hDcmon. SEPA TAW Nbtrr.:af VkelNldl, pr 3iaargrp Effsminef i70uinnj Automation fee (Applies to ell Lend Use and Development permit) Esfenalon request: Ivolsry public 5ervicv. P4r dzf unlprl( Renewal of Lend Line Permit Rusubmittt of douumants-Pddd)ppsl plan lenmr feet will be:eaessed ataruna with.MmMpro fulif alit nalubMIsio ne Review) Rtq uests nal efhwwase covered try this schedum' (I-ho,rr minimum), per hqut ., „.. . 5f--rr. 'rotes. 1. Appeal Fee shell be reimbursed in the event the rwiewing authority determines that the appellant has substantially prevailed in the appeal action 2. The South King Fire 8 Rescue (SKFR) administatve review fee in an amount equal to 5% of the land use fee imposed ie Merged and collected by the City erdl paid to SKFR 3 A ldtilonal fees will be required to pay for any time spent on Lend Use Applications by the Department of Publm Wort above the number of hours covered by the base amount allocated to Public Works for each application 4 Fee ie based on estimated hourly start costs C. REFUNDS OF LAND USE FEES. The Filing Fees as set forth in the Fes Schedule for the City are established to defray the cost of posting and processing and the proceedings in connection with a land use application. The Director of Community Development may authorize the refunding of not more than 80% of the total application feee paid provided the applicant present a written request to withdraw or cancel the appiice lon The refund amount shell be determined at the Directors discretion and be based on the amount of staff resources utilized at the time of the request D. MULTIPLE FEES When multiple land use fees are required for the same project, the highest fee shell be charged at full cost and each additional fee shell be charged at 25% of listed cost Exceptions: 1) If a land use peril is required in conjunction with a subdivision application (preliminary plat, short subdivision or binding site plan), full fees for both types of pemit shall be charged 2) SEPA fees shall be charged at the full rate shown sins ties P15 S"15 31,3Y8 $38 =3 $11 035 30%of Pion re low In Lt34 S165 Sias 5415 5185 i1328. S30 3753 511 5335 3014 of plan [anew Ies jgl IM46 HT UMCEL LANEOUS IMAYOR I Miscellaneous Review, Inspection or other Activity (Land Use, Public Wort 6 Building Permit Services): Any public works, land use or building permit -related review, inspection or other adN* not covered by the fee schedule, if performed by a City employee, is based on actual hourly cost, plus benelds of 35%, plus overhead of 25%, plus a $15/hr computer usage fee Any private or public professional services cordrect needed will be billed 1(10%, plus 10% billing end administrative charges Maps, Puss, Miscall snuous Coat.- 1"fi Cott • 10% Pnolocopioe, Stark and White Per Page Pw kw 4: 55 as smasued Per RCW 42.512 ss amended phalowplos, Coto, Par Paw. Per RCW 42 6 as artrwWed Per RCW 42 58 es emended SCemlog Por Page Pm RCW 47 56 as imr-4vd rWe PRk2:5a n aMW. W 0 Sure Rolled Plan Cup Fee. Par Slave[ Per RCW 42 A as amwided Pew RCW 42 56 ss emended E silt R.1led Plan Cop)ee, Per Sheet Per RCW 47 56 as amended Par RCW 4i.55 es *M4ft0W Audio Duplication, Poi CD For RCW 42.56 as amended Per RCW 42 58 es —.Wad Video Duptleeuon, Per OVD Per RCW 0 515 es amended per RCW 47 55 so amended TYPE OF FEE 2c23 2D23 Revised Feq, Fee DEQPCIN EMQ47. Ml$a"NEOUS. 1 MAYORI rceetlmuedl Clarks CentCitallon sib 110 Pae.p.n Appllcnium $35 S75 F—ImIT. Urage Pape 53 $3 _ aech addllbaal Poo $1 11 Bound Printed Documents Actual Coil Actual Cyst 11ort-sulbcfen! Funds Fee 525 Vil GIS Map and Data Raqueate:' E 1r - PapaT - C.1.1 $4 s4 &Ellack 6 Wndc up W M by 44 - Paper - Color sic F';.nr .emu orr•Wot Up W M by 44 - PrM - Black 6 W h do .. $7 " .. bi Pnr i are ma- ... .. ..."...... " .". ilr Cr1DVD.ROM tper du3dCaY7v= I 3:2 L2 Maps that require extensive proceseing time or require additional Ink and plotting supplies will be charged at a higher rate. Applicable sales tax will be added to the costs. Stec Tare, to Complete Roeuesl_ Per Houf 576 • Ccmpolar Umga, Par Hour $Is $15 _ Note: Stoff time ana comyutcr usage wit Only he charged on request. for 4aflarn pedliElf NINE. PARR ANQ QTY FACILrTY USE FEE$" fPARI{81 ,Smughl Steel lake Plenl. Rental. d Special Events Plenle Rental. Monday - Sunday Reservations are from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm with a Full Day option of 10:00 am to 9:00 pm #1 Steal Lake Perk (She #1) and Town Square Perk -Art Der 31 ED Slea rut Day IS= 3320 a2 Steel Lake (Sloe ss 2-5). Adelaide, Laurelwood, Pellsades, Sacajawse, and other requested sites (with City approval) P.g Day _ 5U5 $109 Fko Day _ _ _ s180 5100 *Note: Gmups over 120 require a Special Events Permits and subject to a dltlerent The schedule and requirements. Spann Evema _ PvN Ihrae hurt i3 hour mlydmnm) _ _ _ -kin � 4�10 Hourly rasa Rim, pet 3 hour sio 570 Damage Depa.a s1.Ogg s 1. o07 Raualf.All O no dmrada p ffms Add4l nm.eae as on ALL aermWm,,stvahona: crty-ai ep"addaional bash cam 5s etch Per deY IS ae:h Per say Ekrttrlclty.. 550 per day SW w day s:eae NOWp4r day u00, rs day IN— rap —its canopy"" s1.51;4 Perday 51,500 pie dry City NMI Room ilentgo CCndtd.Cln-tMR [Per now] ]tell i67 t1en.CdhiiCll Cher Meeting Roprn-s Iper howl 130 $30 5EC'n0N T£N PU5l lC WOR" IPWI A- Elul Iding Moving and OvemnoA3vmvulghk vehicle Permit. 1 liuWlhg 1mNrg ihmugn City 5407 S407 2 Budding moving mlo or wdliln Clty i407 S407 P+mmirvt laapwvi n, the nghefnf .must comtii $407 S4U? 3" OverseMpvarwsgpi vahlole-permd 6703 i703 B. SOW analur Easement Vacatlnq Application 140011nedi legit Sig 51,273 ovary 100 Ilneal lens lhomaltor, per IOULF _ « _ S= C" Rlghtbfivyay Win Pamntt, Igcludas 1 InspeeNpn _ .1.. ledlvldual anglefirlky horruldNlglr eppllcatkms $V1 Z All or appY nla V55 S7S5 3. 8upplem6ef plat tntav its Ear any s1W all, parmlls, per hour". _... . SM 52u2 A SupPlpment celnttrukion idsgection lorlNy .rts all permits, per bow ilea Elea 5" Inxpao0on au�de 11 ermst hu.i T hour' IitsiidardTnipdcvm row limas i 61 CI57 5257 0" Weekend, hd0dey. end socargsavy calr pit IMPOMM (kNeurd mG�MWn�, SM $2W.. 7 lin-inspd[Sidn 5331 6 Job iun pev:a4y W =7 $307 D. Single Family RwldddllN R6yt[oi•W.y Mo( mg tf. yS00 SSW Mcludpn Plot 4 l!plus mat 1 Non•Rnidanuel WghtVl�A'.W. Mabnca7on f InUudu+p Pre} Mulp-f4miW, Commwoal) Ca S7 a21 11,e$1 2 Rametldn'etren Mdefermnstleay.madltipral supplied iglarmalmn s?'M 13.060 TYPE OF FEE sass 2023 Pinhead Paa Fr SEMPUN TEN, PUBtJC WORKS- fPWi rcanyn uadl - — 1 Sulply Famdy Z_Shan SubdMsions Construcli- Plani (Includes subm,sslon S i r"ubnlr111anj a Supalampmrd plan rari p.Wpnn9lrYCliPn 9iw. a lee, per hoar(rar e9dlllenek reeramnelan) b. Cpnahllvt n In pod:pn Fee, per hew 3 6ubdAawna and CemnurnalAnqualrlrtr Opvelppmenle Ca tl6dlan 1441 i (lwudee aab-Nlon S 1 rmub"t onj - - a "fet-dal plan rr leilrnrmprlpinn seTr,n li e,. pal hunt . . -..-. h- r•anauuc0pn Inepeedon Paa, nor hour F- C4noY(r " 7r4k genaralad. - It Islas Ihae tripe -11 be— 16erld 5D irlPe — - - I1 hatt SO and $011 trips If pr6atar the. 500Irma CF. AHaaaprtnapue Public WDMB Penava and Seltitaea (Same (Mm"dture under Section E1ghtlAlk"Rarumanifeeel R. Franchlae and Smml Wraleea Llconae ✓!, Permrle 1. FMnahNt Aepllcfllon Fee 2 Small W folesa Mtll!ler J.Hva Adrrlinalmrrrn Fart 3- Small VW-1— a. Lae P.dderWurp..M1drgiNelra4r! Fee q $yrlPlempnfq] rniev IOr any end as irAnChlle rtppllplgna and (moll l'Arelns logsoelg4dendu'nerycnnle (per hour( 5- Bmaa WNelear Ste Re Ilan j6 mardla, maYJmum 10 adnl Rrttarya im Fee per Alin 6 Smyil Wueiau 54c Rent raw Igntlan Per par] 7 Smell Wheless, Permit (whan included in Site Lease Addendum)• e. Small Wireles6 Pvrmit [When not included in 51to Leasn Addvndlanp' ' Racerding Fee Per ch"F 36AS8,010 RCW and an amenrtod And K.C. Cade 1.12,120 And ae. ame erect .. .. ... - . .... _ _. .. '- RigM.d.Way else Perm It {5ctlan 10 of Foe Sehodule] Is also required Tor cunrtruction and laalplatirA nghin tha rIBM-0I-way. SECTrON ELEVEN. RZC9 TOF-WAY ACTIsn7Y. fR1 Right of Way Acilrlty Perm It For SECTIom TWELVE TAYICABS. Pumuant to King County Fee Schedule SECTION Tf9RTEEM fYh @4r'ANiet 'mill ecpaoi Impact Fee, per davellino unit, an now bNaw rFWPS RESOLUTION 02021.131: Smpry Family Rusidancu,—rualca Duplaveo and AGtasaary M,lllbng Undo Plus Coy Administrative Fev it 6% Mums- smlly Recdonce Plus City Admela i,ii Fee W 5% "hhxrtd-uw liesrdanbal in acccrdancs tt11ll i1rdlPallar Nv- g'v-247 plus Coy Aanioniarri nrva Feo 6 5% —P. F.RW ng school looped fen 4Wtuma apyiy� Aa felfoon' Sawli-FamgyRaaldence-4• hadraarnunit (ptiid9eC.w.nli 1-Im CdyAdmlmilr4tlre Foes 5x MolCafamlly Rveldeslce - 3 bldlaam upe (12S76 diva116!] Plus Cmf Mminhafairva PH S% Mule.Fam.ly Rmideme - 2 bedroom unit (37.2A6 NaeelirM Plae City Admlmatratnv fair Q 5r% WIII-Fimaly R-iaenae - 1 —d—m writ ISO%d wourril: Null Clly AdminlbWMt" Per r4 5ti hlollirFsmny Reaidenpa- Shfple unit (02. B% dmpnredj Phn City Mminiatrut" Pet a 5e5 "0rdineme Pilo. 14-797 profhiea W%raduoed sehoot impact No rMhln CNy Center Zone - Nola: City Adminlelr9{Ive Iva at 5% will 4e added to the takal School Impact Pons eiraing d. A. ResO-IjA t•cw Ip eons 41n1 B. C.amtllrtae Ltl +f+r Fmin7rnn Tre i c k4wo� Fell jP ft Land uw A. Rraldontlal Single Famly tu�) Per wivuing Munl-Femdy per dwelll4g senior Raueing per VH Jlinq "1+04 Hgme m tYN Fork Par 6-11in9 B. Comrrull"i- $aroleas � rvs,w Bank per ifmFA FFut 4 Per roam Mand or roam Pry Cara Canitr pi aVGFA Llt,mv *w srlGFA Poet Office persfl A — Se icd Slotlon per VFP Urvlipe Slatlon vettl Mlreinm per 21f161FA +wa Cam CePly per serGLA MPne Theater per mat_ 1-661M 61uh WSlrtlFli 5305 fads M440 _ _ _ _ _ E4,440 M3 S7O3 5169 $188 13.681 _ _ $3,e61 Mea SI B SzM U 002 pi" 510.079 51Y,547 _ Si75§a t5A0G„ _ig0oo 5668 SIM 648v Sim — — — — M42 .5142 1270 _ 37Tt1 lies lrcluded'in Silk Lvasa ids included In Sily L— Ad4andum Fair . Addandu n Cnd SU2 5852 $144 S184 SG 90 lie SD S0. i0 so so SG SO W. — — — — so Sa .at so 50. so So Sa m so Slit Sv 50 S0 S6,193.0 58, 193 6 t S3,844-39 83,846 36 51.11M 26 51,1196.76 i3.045 88 53,045 [LLp 541 15 y47 .5 55 875 38 35,975 36 53.59a 15 33.577.15 13944 539.44 ST4 n6 524.611 113 Aa $33 Stl 571, a31 BS S214�155 521,37t I 521,71'145 SS f a 56 19 .15.84 $a 15 64 5M 97 S1901 TYPE OF FEE �. �mnmerwxl-mxmurwnsi Efemerrlary cchow par efIGFA Sa,41 S4.e1 MICQIel.Y Nigh Whaw per sf7GFA S0.. w 00 high Sd1p1pr s9OFA 50 7.0 5✓! 70 Aielet.tl Llv nq, Nuniing home per.6gd 53317410t S3,179 Dl Church pen sUGFA _ - — — _ _ _ _ _ _ _ — — — — S4.211 $A 2$ H"Df*. per elli31:A — — _ — _ _ _ _ _ 5734_ _ _ 3 7 M D. Commercbnl- Red- lreM Ao.lerR�n�per Fl73FA $3511 bgh TLrnpre kertAUnht per srIOFA _ _ _$35.11 _ f3o. g JM.29 Fast Food Restaurant per eflGFA — — — _ S7T.3j — — SM7 17 _ _ _ Espresso wh Drive:TWroogh per e9OFA _ _ — _ Von 711 _ _ 311.:9 E. Comm mid -Retail S"Ping Snapping Came, pef AVGLA SIT �Ef2,49 $YPermgrMpt per suCFA i70.iS. MRS Canvnniwnce Merval Per suGFA b7S.9ti 373 Q Free Siarvimg Olemuer More per%VGFA iyf0,3R_ 5563p F4..I, .ffldd Slone per sOGFA _ — yn31 54.31 Vwlfy &Tire Per effGFA, _ _ _ Si3,iB 113 711 Fumntgm Store por aVOFA i"1.7H 91.25 Home ImMi errant Bupwltwe per V 5A _ _ _ _ _ $6.7 . _ fD 71 Pharmacy wqh Nive-Through per s00FA . $2.1.10 _ _1R1 III car sales - N"?Lhed eer si1GFA SM 3! $20 3e F. Commercial - Office Genaral Office 9w nfeGFA SD.70 50.70 Medxaf OEnm oersVYYA 52e.55 S2R.5S G. IndUWtrnsl Light Ird-1ryfM.nUF..tumg pm efIGFA $5.96 3508 Imluelriarpark per n111'A S3.70 3739 Mira-Vlramheueer6iwe0e pv iffGFA 51.E 1 31. et warerwueing ccr RVO A _ .31,e1 51 in City Center Impact Fee Rates A. Commercial=Semlces D,—in Bank MCJ par.VGFA S77 53 S27.ti3 Day Care Cantor (CCj par 0GFA 500 D3 527.05 Llarery (CC7 Par 1VGFA S1 A 37 V A- V Port O.T—(CC}par en FA 51673 S1V73 Va is Theater iCC) par ml S7o] 97 V42.07 — — — Heehli C1uh jocl pe, smFA S11 00 311.us B. Comfnataial - Real M"t Rmteprpni (CC) per MIGFA Sih.64 SiB.lB High Tur -r Re➢levtom (C C) por ehGFA S14.S2 Si4.p7 F ost Fwd Rastaprant {CC] pnr yVCFA $37 111- 33i_SS C. Commercial . Reiali Shopping !E 00 Shppmna Csn1v 1CC; amr sfIGLA 9apemefkef MC} par.DGFA S6.00 $13.6D _ _ _ _ i136C Ptnormasy iWh Drlve•Through (CCI par.VCFA SR1.14 S1014 D. Commercial. 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IT TECHNOLOGY F✓iE6. {R) In order to acoommodats the high cost and need to continually replace telecommunications, data, network, hardware, and software systems caused by a continuous and rapidly changing technology environment, the technology fees shall be applied to the following transactions: A Business license less. A fee of one dollar ($1) per business license transaction unless the business is exempl from ayment of the business license fee. B. Parks and racreadw lees. A fee of one dollar ($1) par transaction for each registration for any parks and recreation program For the purposes of this subsection, 'transaction' shell mean the process of collecting and receipting fees and charges in the form of ash, check, or credit card payment for programs, seMces, or miscellaneous resale items offered by the parks and recreation department The fee shall not apply to the rollowing: 1 The fee shall not apply to registrations or transactions with a total cost less then ten dollars ($10); 2 The fee shall not apply to drop -In transactions (such as, for example and without limitation (1) time payment for use of the weight room at Community Center) C. Pet Ilmnse Mee. A fee of one dollar (31) per transaction For no fee transactions, this fee is exempt D. For all other applications, permits, inspections, registration., transactions, and approval. established under the Federal Way Revised City Code, the fee shall be established by council resolution 10a COUNCIL MEETING DATE: June 6, 2023 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL ITEM #: SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: COMMISSION CODE TECHNICAL UPDATES . POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve updates to multiple chapters of the city code regarding Council advisory commissions, committees, and boards? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑. Other STAFF REPORT BY: Joanna Eide Assistant CityAttome DEPT: Law ...... Attachments: 1. 1. Staff Report 2. Draft Ordinance — with notated changes 3. Draft Ordinance — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 4. FWRC Chapter Before & After Comparison 5. Summary Sheet Options Considered: 1. Approve the commission code changes as proposed. 2. Do not approve the commission code changes and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL. 'S DIRECTOR APPROVAL: S ?� Com ttccV Cdwu Initial �a[c. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION(S): FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE (6/6/23): "I move to forward the proposed ordinance to the June 20, 2023, Council Meeting for second reading and enactment. " SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE (6/20/23): "I move approval of the proposed ordinance. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 2, 2023 TO: City Council VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor Ryan Call, City Attorney FROM: Joanna Eide, Assistant City Attorney SUBJECT: Commission Code Updates Financial Impacts: There is no cost to the City for Commission Code Updates. These changes are being proposed within current budgeted staff time and do not involve ongoing costs. Backeromid Infor ination: The City Council requested a review of all code chapters for commissions, committees, and boards to make necessary technical changes for consistency throughout the code, as well as ensure the code was accurate, up to date, and reflected current practices. A full review of this area of the code was conducted, and this proposal consolidates many sections, adjusts organization and titles of sections to promote uniformity, and adds consistent language and requirements throughout. This draft includes changes to improve the functionality and effectiveness of the various advisory bodies and provides additional clarity of direction, goals, and roles. Attached is an outline providing a comparison before and after the proposed changes and a summary document that details an overview of and rationale for the proposed changes. City staff, including Directors and staff members appointed to support the various advisory bodies, were consulted as part of this work and contributed to the proposed changes being offered to the Council for review and input prior to consideration of a formal proposed ordinance. Rev. 7/18 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, relating to technical changes to various chapters of Title 2 regarding City commissions, boards, and committees; amending FWRC 2.45.020, 2.45.030, 2.45.060, 2.50.010, 2.50.030. 2.50.040, 2.50.050, 2.55.010, 2.55.020, 2.55.030, 2.55.040, 2.60.010, 2.60.040, 2.60.050, 2.60.060, 2.62.010, 2.62.030, 2.62.040, 2.62.050, 2.65.010, 2.65.030, 2.65.040, 2.65.050, 2.70.010, 2.70.020, 2.70.030, 2.75.010, 2.75.020, 2.75.050, 2.75.060, 2.80.010, 2.80.030, 2.80.050, 2.80.060, 2.80.070, 2.85.010, 2.85.020, 2.85.030, 2.85.050, 2.90.010, 2.90.020, 2.90.050, and 2.90.060; and repealing FWRC 2.45.010, 2.45.040, 2.45.070, 2.50.020, 2.60.020, 2.60.030, 2.62.020, 2.65.020, 2.70.040, 2.75.030, 2.75.040, 2.75.070, 2.80.020, 2.80.040, 2.80.080, 2.85.040, 2.90.040, and Ch. 2.57 FWRC. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 90-72, 91-84, 91-93, 92-139, 92-141, 92-157, 93-186, 93-203, 94-216, 95-253, 96-258, 96-272, 96-280, 96-281, 96-282, 96-283, 97-285, 98-312, 98-322, 00-366, 01-409, 03-439, 04-477, 05-501, 06-531, 09-591, 10-669, 12-723, 12-725, 13-748, 14-765, 14-767, 14-774, 19-871, 22-939 and 23-947) WHEREAS, the various commissions, boards, and committees of the City perform an important and valuable service to our community and should be able to operate as consistently and efficiently as possible; and WHEREAS, the proposed changes to the Federal Way Revised Code are designed to increase consistency from one advisory body to another, increase functionality, to more clearly define those functions of specific bodies expected by the City Council, and to ensure the code reflects current practices within these groups; and WHEREAS, Chapter 2.57 FWRC related to a CDBG Loan Advisory Committee has become obsolete and should be repealed; and NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Ordinance No. 23- Page I of 46 Rev 1 /22 Section 1. FWRC 2.45.010 is hereby repealed in its entirety �Rl�iliirl: 'A 9 M I g LM. 1e NMI I L� ManI WIMM ""Weetarl, . — sster-ed voter-. a Section 2. FWRC 2.45.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.45.020 Creation Appointfaea4GAI service commission created — Purpose. There is hereby created a police civil service commission, with the authority to exercise the powers and perform the duties established by this chapter and by state law as set forth in Chapter 41.12 RC W in connection with the selection, appointment, promotion, demotion and employment of employees of the police department. Two The police chief shall be exempted from civil service, as well as a number of additional positions, designated as the unclassified service, as selected by the police chief with the concurrence of the mayor and the civil service commission as provided for in RCW 42-41.12.050. Volunteers, reservists, part-time, or seasonal employees of the police department shall be exempted from civil service. The Ordinance No. 23- Page 2 of 46 Rev 1 /22 Section 3. FWRC 2.45.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.45.030 EN.—'fl—M."B"My Membership and appointment. (1 ) The civil service commission shall consist of up to five members who shall be appointed by the mayor. Up to two alternate commissioners may be appointed to the commission by the mayor. gINo person shall be appointed a commissioner or alternate commissioner unless that person is a citizen of the United States, a resident of the city for at least enethree years immediately preceding such appointment, and an elector (registered voter) of the county in which the commissioner resides. (3) The term of office of the commissioners shall be for six years, and terms shall be staggered to ensure that as few members as 12ossible ma have terms expire at the same time. (4) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (5) Commissioners shall devote due time and attention to the performance of their specified duties. (6) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior _to being appointed and as ILey mgy arise at an), time thereafter. Section 4. FWRC 2.45.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Rev 1/22 Section 5. FWRC 2.45.060 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.45.060 Proceedings — Quorum. (1) The commission shall hold regular meetings and such additional meetings as may be required for the proper discharge of their duties. (21-Thfee-A ma'ori of a ointed vatin commissioners shall constitute a quorums except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (3) of this section, and the votes of 4wee a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes eemFMssieners shall -beis sufficient bwiness to be deeided or ir-ans ,eted by to approve any action of the commission. (2-)f3) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except as PFON'ided in subsections (3) and (4) of this seet enin the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting ma commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present. after the meeting is called to arder, the chair shall specif y which of the altemate members is contributingtquorum and mayparticipate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meetin. (3)f4� In the event a commissioner is disqualified from participation or otherwise unable to participate in a hearing on employee discipline, an alternate commissioner shal 1 be appointed by commission ehaiF4�-= serve in the place of the disqualified or absent commissioner. The alternate Ordinance No. 23- Page 4 of 46 Rev 1 /22 commissioner shall be entitled to participate fully in such proceedings, and is authorized to vote on the action before the commission consistent with subsection (3) of this section. nn. tW� i s� �s �•i�ir� .: �, �5��� ��u .::[.rn. ie:��a:.- _:u•:�a��ii.r:..a-su:�..�.:*�.ri..lY:�.RR4!![�ii.• Section 6. FWRC 2.45.070 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Bill Rt!t�i �:E'Rii �i f�i t7i1{.�lTTZT� Section 7. FWRC 2.50.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.50.010 Arts commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a Federal Way arts commission hereinafter referred to as the arts commission. The ose of the arts commission is to serve in an advisoEy capacitycqpacity to the city council to represent the community's interest and provide input on the improvement and furtherance of artistic and cultural activities within the city. Section 8. FWRC 2.50.020 is hereby repealed in its entirety. 2,550.020 Purpose. Ordinance No. 23- Page 5 of 46 Rev 1/22 Section 9. FWRC 2.50.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.50.030 Membershipand appointment. (1) The arts commission shall consist of up to nine members and up to two alternate members appointed by the city council. (2) The aFts eeemnis4enCommission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member of the arts commission shall serve a term of three years. The city council shall annually appoint new members to fill the expiring terms on the arts commission. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the terms of an arts commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. The city council may remove an arts commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. U members ��h wts ..o.,,.nission shall no...o (4) Persons appointed to serve on the arts commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city during the members' term. (5) To the extent practicable, appointments to the arts commission shall reflect a balance of interests in fine and performing arts and preservation of cultural heritage. fi Each member has a responsibility to disclose imy actual or Mtential conflicts of interest rior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Section 10. FWRC 2.50.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: Ordinance No. 23- Page 6 of 46 Rev 1/22 2.50.040 Officers — Staff — Operations. LThe arts commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers, as it may deem necessary. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. (22) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the arts commission in *flee +;a,z oIits preparing_ reports and records and performing other functions as aremay be necessary for the proper operation of the arts commission. The arts commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the City clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the City's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved.. (4) The arts commission shall meet at least once per quarter. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record ail in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to a rove any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part Ordinance No. 23- Page 7 of 46 Rev 1/22 of the commission guorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting ma commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and ma artici ate as a voting member for the pMoses and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 11. FWRC 2.50.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.50.050 Duties and Irresponsibilities. The arts commission shall have the following responsibilities: (3)LD Tiatelnitiate, sponsors and conduct a, long with city staff, programs ^a'e� aimed at furthering public awareness of and interest in fine and performing arts or the cultural heritage of the city. The arts commission may develop these programs alone or in cooperation with any other private, civic, or public body of the city, county, state, or federal government; 2 Develop cooperation and coordination with local schools and loc . xe Tonal and national art organizations in furthering the mission and goals of the arts commission,• (4)Q To e phweE_ xplore ways and methods to obtain private, local, state, and federal funds to promote art projects in the city; Ordinance No. 23- Page 8 of 46 Rev 1/22 (5)(44,) Te se Advise the city council and staff on the receipt of or purchase of works of art to be placed on municipal property; (6)(D Advise and assist the city council and staff in connection with such other artistic and heritage activities as may be referred to it by the city; and (-7)(0APrepare and present an annual report in Decembe to the city council on its work and the state of the arts in the city; and (7) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval b. testy council. Section 12. FWRC 2.55.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.55.010 Human services commission created — Pur ose. The human services commission is hereby created. The commission shall serve in an advisory capacity to the city council ands make recommendations on matters includin but not limited to the planning and funding, of behavioral health, community services, prevention services, and senior services. Section 13. FWRC 2.55.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.55.020 @ li ear# a msMembershin and appointment. (1) The human services commission shall consist of up to nine regular members and up to three alternate members appointed by the city council. (2) ommission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. The city council shall annually appoint new members to fill the expiring terms on the human services commission. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a human services commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. Ordinance No. 23- Page 9 of 46 Rev 1 /22 (4hThe city council may remove a human services commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (4}(�) Persons appointed to reserve on the human services commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city. {5} To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect a balance of the range of human services delivery interests in the community. 6 Each member has a KWonsibility to disclose qPY actual or otential conflicts of interest prior to beiLig Mointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Section 14. FWRC 2.55.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.55.030 fiieers —_Staff — Operations. tD The human services commission shall elect a chair and vice chair from among its voting members. Such officers shall hold office for one year. QThe mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the human services commission in the pepaF lion h prepanngrreports and records and performing other functions as aft -may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. 3 The human services commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the Cily clerk with a co ofcurrent bylaws which shall be maintained as art of the Ci 's official public records and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. The human services commission shall meet at least once per quarter , as Ordinance No. -23- Page 10 of 46 Rev 1/22 " . All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be apublic record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (b) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members ma be counted towards a guorum as provided in subsection 7 of this section and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to a rove any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise_ present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order. the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributin to the quorum and ma participate as a voting member for the puEposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 15. FWRC 2.55.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.55.040 Duties and responsibilities. The human services commission shall make reports and recommendations to the city council and maye concerning human services issues, including but not limited to the fallowing responsibilities: Ordinance No. 23- Page I I of 46 Rev 1 /22 (1) Review the status of and make recommendations on the Ddevelopment and assessment -of human services program in the city:; (2) Provide recommendations on Pete -w.in t:the priorities of human service needs within the city.-; (3) gvalaafienReview and make recommendations on funding requests regarding human services submitted to the city.-; (4) Evaluatiaamd r-eview ofAssess the performance of individual human service organizations and agencies within the city:; (5) Review-ef-Analyze city actions which may affect the availability and quality of human service provisions in the city.-; (6) CoordinationCoordinate with other groups and human services planning agencies and organizations, .; 7 Provide an annual report to the cily council on the state of human services in the cily,• and $ Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Section 16. Chapter 2.57 FWRC is herby repealed in its entirety. Ordinance No. 23- Page 12 of 46 Rev 1/22 Ordinance No. 23- Page 13 of 46 Rev 1/22 Section 17. FWRC 2.60.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.60.010 C—reatedYouth commission created — Purpose. There is hereby created and established a Federal Way youth commission in and for the city. The purpose ofthe Youth commission shall be to afford an opportunity for youth to engage with and learn about local government,• serve as an advismy body to the cily council contributing ayouth-focused perspective on policies, codeplans, proposals, and ractices• and provide in ut to the city council Ordinance No. 23- Page 14 of 46 Rev 1 /22 other city boards and commissions, and city staff on youth programs, recreational activities, and other issues of importance to youth. Section 18. FWRC 2.60.020 is hereby repealed in its entirety. 2-.60-020 Purpose; Section 19. FWRC 2.60.030 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 20. FWRC 2.60.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: Ordinance No. 23- Page 15 of 46 Rev 1/22 2.60.040 Membership and appointment. (1) The youth commission may consist of —nine voting members and up to three alternates appointed by the city council. (2) Th-CCommission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of two years. The eity Sh-A" A L�1Y, a-„oint members to fill the expi ' - ti the youth eemmi ss on If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a youth commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that youth commission member. The city council may remove a youth commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of the city council. All members of the youth com nission shall (4) Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the city of Federal Way city limits Elur4ag'he member's terms, attend high school within the city limits, or attend a high school within the Federal Way public school district during the members' terms. (5) The city council will sekl cE encoura eg_QXfications to serve on the commission so, as much as practicable, members may reflect Fepr-eseffting a diverse cross-section of the students in the community. Freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible. (6) The youth commission is operational in accordance with the Federal Way School District calendar. Section 21. FWRC 2.60.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.60.050 Responsibil Officers - Staff - Operations. The ,-'J A* eoffffnissiea shall have the respensibili": Ordinance No. 23- Page 16 of 46 Rev 1/22 (1) Held regular- „blie �Fneetings at least epee a u vuthThe youth commission shall meet at least once per quarter , except no meetings will be held when school is not in session per the Federal Wa School District calendar. Anti te All meetings shall be open public mecting_s, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law;_ The mayor shall appoint a_pyropriate staff to assist the youth commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The youth commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from amongits s voting. members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. (3) Adept 4 The youth commission shall adopt bylaws for the regular operation of the commissioni ate. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a coy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (h) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum�urposes is sufficient Ordinance No. 23- Page 17 of 46 Rev 1 /22 to approve any action of the conunission. 7 Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission guorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present. an alternate member naa contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting ma commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributi-ng to the quorum and may artici ate as a voting member for the pMoses and duration of that meeting, only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 22. FWRC 2.60.060 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.60.060 Duties and responsibilities. The youth commission shall promote leadership skills and is appointed to represent the interests and needs of their peers in their communily. The youth commission's goals and res onsibilities shall be to: i Identifylocal youth concerns, brainstorm solutions and report to cily council-, L2) Provide communitXyouth with a forum for expressing interests and opinions; Ordinance No. 23- Page 18 of 46 Rev 1/22 (3) Make the public aware of the youth commission and its program in an effort to place youth issues before our citizens in a positive manner; (4) Be available to serve as advisors providing a youth perspective to the council and the council's various boards, commissions, and task forces upon request; (5) Recommend outstanding_ youth in the community for potential recognition by the count (6) Consult with the city council and recommend ways to improve the quality of life for young people in the eit (7) Provide an annual report to the city council on the state of youth in the city; and (8) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Section 23. FWRC 2.62.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.62.010 Senior advisory commission created= Purpose. The city hereby creates the senior advisory commission. Tlic purpose of the senior advisory commission is to advise city council in all matters pertaining to older Americans and their needs, includin but not limited to: health and nutrition, transportation, housing, employment, and recreational programs. Section 24. FWRC 2.62.020 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 25. FWRC 2.62.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: Ordinance No. 23- Page 19 of 46 Rev 1 /22 2.62.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The senior advisory commission shall consist of up to nine members and up to three alternate members appointed by the city council. An a4tem ate Fnem e - may seFve as a voting member when (2) The senior advisory Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years except that the first commissioners and alternates shall be appointed for different terms as follows: three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of one year, three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of two years, three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of three years. The city counrail shall annually . If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a senior advisory commission member or alternate, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term. The city council may remove a senior advisory commission member or alternate at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. -- (5) Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the incorporated city limits. Each member has a responsibili1y to disclose gny actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Section 26. FWRC 2.62.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: Ordinance No. 23- Page 20 of 46 Rev 1 /22 2.62.040 Officers — Bylaws— Staff — Operations. MThe city's senior advisory commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from among its voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. 2 The ma or shall appoint a ro riate staff to assist the commission in re qdng r its and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (aThe commission shall adopt bylaws and operate in accordance with its bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the ci 's official public records and shall provide an u dated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter according to its bylaws. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civilily and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of Ordinance No. 23- Page 21 of 46 Rev 1/22 the commission on the re ular business ofthe commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the guorum. and mLay participate as a voting member for the pWoses and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 27. FWRC 2.62.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.62.050 Dulles and Rresponsibilities. The responsibilities of the senior advisory commission w4linclude: (3-)LD Consult with and provide recommendations to the city council and city staff on matters pertaining to senior citizen participation in programs, policy matters, legislative agendas for state law makers, and any other matters that affect senior citizens. The commission shall identify issues related to senior citizens in the community by working with residents, service providers, city council, the mayor's office, and city staff. (4)Q Encourage and promote activities meeting the needs of senior citizens. (5)(2) Evaluate and provide input on communication strategies and deton"i„e eaf- etive strAegie for Ordinance No. 23- Page 22 of 46 Rev 1 /22 outreach to senior citizens communities. (4) Prepare and present an annual report to the city council on its work and the state of senior citizens in the city. (6)(Q Formulate-a-fearly an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Section 28. FWRC 2.65.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.65.010 dDiversity commission created- Purpose. The Federal Way diversity commission is hereby created and established for the city. The pMose of the diversity commission is to engage with under -represented communities to solicit feedback and information that would help identify opportunities to address issues of diversity, promote diversity programs, and provide guidance to the city council to create a more equitable, accessible, safe welcoming and inclusive government and communit . Section 29. FWRC 2.65.020 is hereby repealed in its entirety. 7 65 020 n...,_posQ: Section 30. FWRC 2.65.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.65.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The diversity commission shall consist of up to nine vytin members appointed by the city council. Alternate members may be a ainted as determined by the ciV council. (2) ommission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. The . ity ,.ouneil shall a,,. tlal- Ordinance No. 23- Page 23 of 46 Rev 1 /22 members to fill the e*pir-i - - the diversity elaffimissi' en If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a diversity commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. The city council may remove a diversity commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (4) E eet3ve November 1, 2 (D All persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city. Any � erse . who is a co-n . ' - . * . -ember as of November 1 (5)(0 To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect the range ofhuman differences including but not limited to: race, ethnicity, eg nder, gender identity. sexual orientation, -M.- socioeconomic status, religious affiliation. and national origin 4iye fsit..��.:.•. Section 31. FWRC 2.65.040 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.65.040 .Duties and Rresponsibilities and ebjeetive& The responsibilities of the diversity commission shall have the responsibility to pufs„e the f llaw „g tasks izt-include the following order of priority (1) T-e-pProvide a forum that will encourage input from etw the city's eu diverse rrr FL -viewing and establishing e r inhabitants to help shape the city's vision. (2) To preyideConduct outreach to the community in an effort to place the issue of diversity before Ordinance No. 23- Page 24 of 46 Rev 1/22 our citizens in a positive and unifying manner. (3) T-e idefAi FIdenti obstacles that MU impede access to city government for a4l of e the community's diverse members. (4) Prepare and present an annual report to the city council on its work and the state of diversity matters in the ci . (5) Formulate a yearly work plan for presentation to and approval b, testy council. Section 32. FWRC 2.65.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.65.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. LIlThe eit�-diversity commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers as ;+ ,,,.,..doern neeessaFyfrom among its voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. CaThe mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in the prepanAieiq of itspleparing reports and records and performing other functions as are maybe necessary for the rp oper operation of the commission. faThe commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the 61y's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter. All meetings shall be open public meetings, Ordinance No. 23- Page 25 of 46 Rev 1/22 and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. 5 Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection 7 of this section and the votes of a mqjority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum puMoses. is sufficient to a rove an action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the re ar business ofthe commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the cornmisslon exce t in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or Galled to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting_ Section 33. FWRC 2.70.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.70.010 Creation of aDisability board created — Purpose. Pursuant to the authority of Chapter 41.26 RCW, there is created a Federal Way disability board ("board") having jurisdiction over members of Plan I of the law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system. Ordinance No. 23- Page 26 of 46 Rev 1/22 Section 34. FWRC 2.70.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.70.020 F..netiens of the boa dDuties and responsibilities. The board shall perform all functions, exercise all powers, and make all determinations as may be specified in Chapter 41.26 RCW and as the same may be amended from time to time. The board is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations to aid the administration of matters presented to the board. Such rules and regulations shall be reduced to writing and a copy thereof shall be filed with the city clerk for examination by the public. Section 35. FWRC 2.70.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.70.030 Membership and appointment. (I)Appoinimen Board members are to be appointed or elected as provided by RCW 41.26.110, and this chapter. All members of the board shall serve for a two-year term. Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired terms of a member whose death, resignation, or removal creates a vacancy. The board shall consist of five voting members as follows: (a) Two members from the Federal Way city council to be appointed by the mayor, subject to approval by the Federal Way city council; (b) One law enforcement officer, active or retired, who is or was employed by the ciiy, or an alternative member representing the interest of law enforcement officers elected pursuant to RCW 41.26.110; and (c) Two members from the public at large who have been a resident of the city for at least one year immediately preceding such appointment, and who are electors (registered voters) of the county in which they reside, to be appointed by the other three members appointed pursuant to subsections (1)(a) and (b) of this section. Ordinance No. 23- Page 27 of 46 Rev 1 /22 (d) In addition to the voting members, the mayor may serve, or he may appoint an employee of the city to serve, as an ex officio member without authority to vote. The ex officio member shall serve at the will of the mayor. (e) The board shall elect from its membership a chair who shall serve a one-year term. (2) Compenm4ien. The bBoard members shall r-nec serve without compensation4ef4heir- serviee, but s (3) Each member has_a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Section 36. FWRC 2.70.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 37. FWRC 2.75.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.75.010 Cie*Lodging tax advisory committee created —Purpose. There is hereby created a city lodging tax advisory committee consistent with RCW 67.28.1817, to serve the functions as prescribed in Chapter 67.28 RCW. Section 38. FWRC 2.75.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.75.020 Membership and appointment. The membership of the lodging tax advisory committee is governed by RCW 67.28.1817 Abe Ordinance No. 23- Page 28 of 46 Rev 1 /22 appoitited by !he eity council and shall consist of at least five members appointed by the city council: one member shall be an elected official of the city who shall serve as the chair; at least two members shall be representatives of businesses required to collect the tax, and at least two members shall be persons involved in activities authorized to be funded by revenue received from the tax. The number of members who are representatives of businesses required to collect tax under this chapter shall equal the number of members who are involved in activities authorized to be funded by revenue received under this chapter. (2) All members of the committee shall serve a two -Year term, except that the initial committee shall have one member representing the lodging industry and one member representing organizations receiving the funds serve a one-year term in order to establish a sta ered term of the office. 3 Each member has a res onsibili to disclose an actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being a ointed and as they ma arise at any time thereafter. (4) The council may review the membership of the committee and make such changes as the council may deem appropriate. The total number of members may be increased or decreased by motion of the council duly adopted. but the number of members shall not be less than five and the number of members representing businesses that are taxed and those members representing activities that ma be funded by the tax must be equal at all times consistent with subsection (1) of this section and RCW 67.28.1817. Section 39. FWRC 2.75.030 is hereby repealed in its entirety. 1.11111 M have one Member- ropfesenting the lodging industry and one member representing er-ganizations Ordinance No. 23- Page 29 of 46 Rev 1 /22 Section 40. FWRC 2.75.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. 040 VotingDissentingeo45-. Section 41. FWRC 2.75.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.75.050 C—h anges4o--memheF&h-ipOfficers Staff -- Operations. - 1. by fnati on of the eouiieil duly adopted, but the number of members shall (1) The committee shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The committee shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. g2ZThe mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the committee in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the committee. (3) The committee shall meet in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The committee shall hold a en public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. 4 Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be Ordinance No. 23- Page 30 of 46 Rev 1/22 enforced by the chair. Section 42. FWRC 2.75.060 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.75.060 Submissions to the eommittee Duties and responsibilities. (RThe city council shall submit to the lodging tax advisory committee, for its review and comment., proposals on: MUM The imposition of a tax pursuant to Chapter 67.28 RCW; .{24(12� Any increase in the rate of such a tax; (3-)D Repeal of an exemption from such a tax; or (4)fd) A change in the use of the revenue received from such a tax. faThe city council shall submit such proposals to the committee at least 45 days before taking final action on any such proposal. Comments by the committee should include an analysis of the extent to which the proposal will accommodate for tourists or increase tourism, and the extent to which the proposal will affect the long-range stability of the special fund created for the lodging tax revenues. The recommendation by the committee to the city council shall be a nonbinding recommendation. (3) The committee mM establish bylaws for the conduct of meetings, voting, review, analysis —and preparation of comments. The committee shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records. and shall provide an updated copy to the citv clerk whenever amendments are a roved. Section 42. FWRC 2.75.070 is hereby repealed in its entirety. The committee may establish admimais4mtive pr-eeedtwes for- theeendue, of metmings, , re Ordinance No. 23- Page 31 of 46 Rev 1 /22 A)e Section 44. FWRC 2.80.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.80.010 Create clIndependent sala r commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a Federal Way independent salary commissionbpmere;ff�rt:�er r-ef w.aa to as the independent salmy eemmisisi�pursuant to RCW 35.21.015. The purpose of the commission shall be to review and establish the salaries of the mavor and the counc11members, as provided b RCW 35.21.015. Section 45. FWRC 2.80.020 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 46. FWRC 2.80.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.80.030 Membership_ and appointment. (1) The independent salary commission shall consist of up to five voting members and 0 to two alternate members appointed by the mayor and approved by the city council. (2) The independent salary commission shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member of the independent salary commission shall serve a term of four years, except that the first five commission members shall be appointed for different terms, as follows: one member to serve for a period of one year, one member to serve for a period of two years, one member to serve for a period of three years, and two members to serve for a period of four years. The mayor, with the Ordinance No. 23- Page 32 of 46 Rev 1/22 approval of the city council, may appoint alternate independent salary commission members as the need arises. (4) No member may be appointed to more than two terms on the independent salary commission whether or not those terms are held consecutively. (5) No person shall be appointed to serve as a voting member or alternate member ofthe independent salary commission unless that person is a citizen of the United States, a resident of the city for at least one year immediately preceding such appointment, and an elector (registered voter) of the county in which the member resides. (6) No city officer, official, or employee of the cites or any of their immediate family members may_ serve on the commission. "Immediate family member. " as used in this section, means the parents, spouse, siblings, children, or dependent relatives of the officer, official, or employee, whether or not living in the household of the officer, official or employee. Q If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of an independent salary commission member, the mayor shall appoint, with the approval of the city council, a new voting or alternate member to fill the unexpired term of that voting or alternate member. (6)M The city council may remove an independent salary commission member at any time for cause of incapacity, incompetence, neglect of duty, or malfeasance in office or for a disqualifying change of residence. (9) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Ordinance No. 23- Page 33 of 46 Rev 1 /22 Section 47. FWRC 2.80.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 48. FWRC 2.80.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.80.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The independent salary commission shall elect a chair and vice chair from among its appointed voting members. Such officers shall hold office for two years. The independent salary commission may f.,,m time to tifne establishfules adopt bylaws for the efficient and fair conduct of its business, consistent with state law and city ordinance. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records. and shall rovide an updated copy to the cily clerk whenever amendments are approved. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the independent salary commission in prvparwien of its preparing reports and records and performing other functions as are may be Ordinance No. 23- Page 34 of 46 Rev 1/22 necessary for the proper operation of the commission. Leg) I r• - - Y.:YY[,tilP �r.I�!R�!lf�SRS!E4fiT� The commission shall hold open public meetings and key a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record all in accordance with state law. (4) The independent salary commission shall meet at least onee in 2003 a in each even year thereafter to eside.. ,i.i-e or- no to review and/or- aEljtist existing salaries and adjust them if appropriate. This meeting shall occur no later than April 30th; in any given year, and the commission shall review and, if it so determines, amend and file its schedule of salaries with the city clerk no later than May 3 Pt. If necessary, the commission will also meet upon any other call by the chair, the mayor or by the majority vote of the city council. (5) Three- A majority of appointed voting_members shall constitute a quorum, and the votes of wee that maw rity of appointed voting_members shall be sufficient for the decision of all matters and the transaction of all business to be decided or transacted by the independent salary commission. (6) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. Section 49. FWRC 2.80.060 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.80.060 Duties and Rresponsibilities. The independent salary commission shall have the following responsibilities: (1) Te-study5tudy the relationship of salaries to the duties of the mayor and the city councilmembers and to establish a salary by either increasing or decreasing the existing salary for each position by an Ordinance No. 23- Page 35 of 46 Rev 1/22 affirmative vote of not less than three members; (2) To r-evie Review and file its salary schedules not later than May 31, "'�; an of every even year e ; r (3) T-e-sSubmit each salary schedule to the city clerk, who will publish the complete schedule two times, at least one week apart. The second publication date will be the official filing date. The schedule will become effective 30 days after this date. Section 50. FWRC 2.80.070 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.80.070 Salary schedule — Effective date — SahAeoReferendum. alThe commission's established or amended salary schedule will become effective in the amounts, at the times, and under the conditions established in the schedule. Once filed, the schedule shall be incorporated into the city budget without further action of the city council or salary commission. Salary increases established by the commission shall be effective as to the mayor and all city councilmembers regardless of their terms of office. Salary decreases established by the commission shall become effective as to incumbents at the commencement of their next subsequent terms of office. Existing salaries for the mayor and councilmembers established by city ordinance and/or city budget shall remain in effect unless and until changed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The terms and conditions of the commission's adopted salary schedule will remain in effect until amended under the terms and conditions of a new salary schedule filed in accordance with this chapter. 2 The commission's adopted sal schedule shall be subject to referendum petition by the people of the city in the same manner as a city ordinance upon filing of such petition with the cily clerk within 30 da s after the official filing date of the salM schedule. In the event of the filiny, of a valid Ordinance No. 23- Page 36 of 46 Rev 1 /22 referendum petition. the salary increase or decrease shall not go into effect until approved by vote of the people. (3) Referendum measures under this section shall be submitted to the voters of the city at the next following general or municipal election occurring 30 days or more after the petition is filed and shall be otherwise governed by the provisions of the State Constitution or other laws generally applicable to referendum measures. Section 51. FWRC 2.80.080 is hereby repealed in its entirety. tfr _.•iCyw., C ui...iR F-M!"jf�i. ..S Ufa-L::r:. Section 52. FWRC 2.85.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.85.010 C-FeatedParks and recreation commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a parks and recreation commission. The purpose of the parks and recreation commission is to work with city staff in an advisory capacity_ on matters pertaining to arks open space, natural areas trails and recreational facilities and programs for the pgMose of Ordinance No. 23- Page 37 of 46 Rev 1 /22 informing. advising. -or recommending actions to the city council. Section 53. FWRC 2.85.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.85.020 Membership_and appointment. (1) The parks and recreation commission shall consist of at least -pp -to nine voting members appointed by the city council and may ,,enlist of p to 11 rne•nbeys by appointing the a4temate(s' as m-amrap to two alternate commission members. The city . eil shall `ie*Fmine upon the (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. The city couneil shall armually ap,..,i I If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a parks and recreation commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. The city council may remove a parks and recreation commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (4)f5j Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city during the members' terms. (5)(0 To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect the diversity of all recreational needs of the e�community. 7 Each member has a res onsibili to disclose gLny actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to Ordinance No. 23- Page 38 of 46 Rev 1/22 being appointed and as they mgy arise at an time thereafter. Section 54. FWRC 2.85.030 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.85.030 Officers — Staff — Operations. The city parks and recreation commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers as 4 may deem neeessafy&om among ita appointed va#ing members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff as he or she deems prep. late to assist the commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as am -may be necessary for the pswer operation of the commission. jaThe commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall. be maintained as part of the city°s official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter, in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The commission shall hold open public meetings and keep a written retard of its proceedings which shall be apublic record, all in accordance with state law; (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. 6 A mgjorily of appointed voting members shall constitute a guorum, exce t when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. Ordinance No. 23- Page 39 of 46 Rev 1/22 (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business ofthe commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters comin before the commission except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present. after the meeting is commenced or called to order the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 55. FWRC 2.85.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. ROM � Section 56. FWRC 2.85.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.85.050 Duties and Rresponsibilities. The parks and recreation commission shall have the following responsibilities: (2) Review and make recommendations on matters regarding policies and goals of the adopted park and recreation and open space comprehensive plan; (J) LaReviewi*g and make recommendations on capital improvement program planning and related Ordinance No. 23- Page 40 of 46 Rev 1 /22 ' agreements; (4) nput on recreation programs, facility use policies., and other matters; rff,mr mg x - a...iurrnss i ■ 1 (4,) Prepare and Present an annual report to city council on its work and the state of parks and recreation in the citv: and (5) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Section 57. FWRC 2.90.010 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.90.010 C-mationflanning commission created — Purpose. The city hereby creates a planning commission consistent with Chapter 35A.63 RCW. Section 58. FWRC 2.90.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.90.020 Membership and appointment. (1) The planning commission shall consist of up to seven voting members and up to three alternate members appointed by city council who are residents of the cily with interest in land use and planning issues and a commitment to the planned development of the community. ate member- may ser-ye as a full member- of the planffing eemmission to meet que L . - 4pos; fq Ordinance No. 23- Page 41 of 46 Rev 1/22 (34f2) Each member and alternate member shall serve a term of four years. The eity council shall annually appoint new members to fill the expiring tenns an the planning . If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a planning commission voting member or alternate member, the city council shall appoint a new member or alternate member to fill the unexpired term. (3) The city council may remove a planning commission voting member or alternate member at any time if the city council determines that the voting member or alternate member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of the city council. (4) Commission members shall serve without compensation. All members and aliefna* members e Section 59. FWRC 2.90.040 is hereby repealed in its entirety. Section 60. FWRC 2.90.050 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.90.050 Rules of preeedureOfficers — Staff — Operations. Ordinance No. 23- Page 42 of 46 Rev 1/22 (1) The cily planning commission shall elect its officers, including, a chair and vice chair and such other officers as it may deem necessary, from among its appointed voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in preparing_ reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are 4pproved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter, in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The commission shall hold open public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to a rove any action by the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of Ordinance No. 23- Page 43 of 46 Rev 1 /22 the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be pgrt of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no guorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorurn such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may arti.ci ate as a voting member for the pyMoses and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Section 61. FWRC 2.90.060 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.90.060 ils and livid &' Duties and responsibilities. The 'urisdiction owers and authorijy of the planning commission as these relate to matters covered by FWRC Title 19 are established in Chapter 19.80 FWRC. In addition, the cijy council may from time to time, grant to the planning commission such other jurisdiction powers, duties, and authority as cily council deems appropriate and consistent with state and city law. Section 62. Severability. Should any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance, or its application to any person or situation, be declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance or its application to any other person or situation. The City Council of the City of Federal Ordinance No. 23- Page 44 of 46 Rev 1 /22 Way hereby declares that it would have adopted this ordinance and each section, subsection, sentence, clauses, phrase, or portion thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, phrases, or portions be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 63. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 64. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 65. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days from and after its passage and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of 2023. ATTEST: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY Ordinance No. 23- Page 45 of 46 Rev 1/22 FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: Ordinance No. 23- Page 46 of 46 Rev 1 /22 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version Chapter 2.45 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 2.45.020 Civil service commission created — Purpose. There is hereby created a police civil service commission with the authority to exercise the powers and perform the duties established by this chapter and by state law as set forth in Chapter 41.12 RCW in connection with the selection, appointment, promotion, demotion and employment of employees of the police department. The police chief shall be exempted from civil service, as well as a number of additional positions, designated as the unclassified service, as selected by the police chief with the concurrence of the mayor and the civil service commission as provided for in RCW 41.12.050. Volunteers, reservists, part-time, or seasonal employees of the police department shall be exempted from civil service. 2.45.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The civil service commission shall consist of up to five members who shall be appointed by the mayor. Up to two alternate commissioners may be appointed to the commission by the mayor. (2) No person shall be appointed a commissioner or alternate commissioner unless that person is a citizen of the United States, a resident of the city for at least three years immediately preceding such appointment, and an elector (registered voter) of the county in which the commissioner resides. (3) The term of office of the commissioners shall be for six years, and terms shall be staggered to ensure that as few members as possible may have terms expire at the same time. Page I of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (4) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (5) Commissioners shall devote due time and attention to the performance of their specified duties. (6) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.45.060 Proceedings — Quorum. (1) The commission shall hold regular meetings and such additional meetings as may be required for the proper discharge of their duties. (2) A majority of appointed voting commissioners shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (3) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (3) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Page 2 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (4) In the event a commissioner is disqualified from participation or otherwise unable to participate in a hearing on employee discipline, an alternate commissioner may serve in the place of the disqualified or absent commissioner. The alternate commissioner shall be entitled to participate fully in such proceedings, and is authorized to vote on the action before the commission consistent with subsection (3) of this section. Chapter 2.50 ARTS COMMISSION 2.50.010 Arts commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a Federal Way arts commission hereinafter referred to as the arts commission. The purpose of the arts commission is to serve in an advisory capacity to the city council to represent the community's interest and provide input on the improvement and furtherance of artistic and cultural activities within the city. 2.50.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The arts commission shall consist of up to nine members and up to two alternate members appointed by the city council. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member of the arts commission shall serve a term of three years. The city council shall annually appoint new members to fill the expiring terms on the arts commission. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the terms of an arts commission member, the city council shall appoint a new Page 3 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version member to fill the unexpired term of that member. The city council may remove an arts commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (4) Persons appointed to serve on the arts commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city during the members' term. (5) To the extent practicable, appointments to the arts commission shall reflect a balance of interests in fine and performing arts and preservation of cultural heritage. (6) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.50.040 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The arts commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers, as it may deem necessary. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the arts commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the arts commission. (3) The arts commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the City clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the City's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. Page 4 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (4) The arts commission shall meet at least once per quarter. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.50.050 Duties and responsibilities. The arts commission shall have the following responsibilities: Page 5 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (1) Initiate, sponsor, and conduct, along with city staff, programs ea4eulated to aimed at furthering public awareness of and interest in fine and performing arts or the cultural heritage of the city. The arts commission may develop these programs alone or in cooperation with any other private, civic, or public body of the city, county, state, or federal government; (2) Develop cooperation and coordination with local schools and local, regional, and national art organizations in furthering the mission and goals of the arts commission; (3) Explore ways and methods to obtain private, local, state, and federal funds to promote art projects in the city; (4) Advise the city council and staff on the receipt of or purchase of works of art to be placed on municipal property; (5) Advise and assist the city council and staff in connection with such other artistic and heritage activities as may be referred to it by the city; (6) Prepare and present an annual report to the city council on its work and the state of the arts in the city; and (7) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. 2.55.010 Human services commission created — Purpose. The human services commission is hereby created. The commission shall serve in an advisory capacity to the city council ands make recommendations on matters including, but not limited to, the planning and funding of behavioral health, community services, prevention services, and senior services. Page 6 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 2.55.020 Membership and appointment. (1) The human services commission shall consist of up to nine regular members and up to three alternate members appointed by the city council. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. The city council shall annually appoint new members to fill the expiring terms on the human services commission. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a human services commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. (4) The city council may remove a human services commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (5) Persons appointed to serve on the human services commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city. To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect a balance of the range of human services delivery interests in the community. (6) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.55.030 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The human services commission shall elect a chair and vice chair from among its voting members. Such officers shall hold office for one year. Page 7 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the human services commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The human services commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the City clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the City's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The human services commission shall meet at least once per quarter. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may Page 8 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.55.040 Duties and responsibilities. The human services commission shall make reports and recommendations to the city council and mayor concerning human services issues, including but not limited to the following responsibilities: (1) Review the status of and make recommendations on the development of human services programs in the city.; (2) Provide recommendations on the priorities of human service needs within the city.; (3) Review and make recommendations on funding requests regarding human services submitted to the city...; (4) Assess the performance of individual human service organizations and agencies within the city..; (5) Analyze city actions which may affect the availability and quality of human service provisions in the city; (6) Coordinate with other groups and human services planning agencies and organizations; (7) Provide an annual report to the city council on the state of human services in the city; and (8) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Page 9 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version Chapter 2.60 YOUTH COMMISSION 2.60.010 Youth commission created — Purpose. There is hereby created and established a Federal Way youth commission in and for the city. The purpose of the youth commission shall be to afford an opportunity for youth to engage with and learn about local government; serve as an advisory body to the city council contributing a youth -focused perspective on policies, code, plans, proposals, and practices; and provide input to the city council, other city boards and commissions, and city staff on youth programs, recreational activities, and other issues of importance to youth. 2.60.040 Membership and appointment. (1) The youth commission may consist of nine voting members and up to three alternates appointed by the city council. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of two years. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a youth commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that youth commission member. The city council may remove a youth commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of the city council. (4) Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the city of Federal Way city Page 10 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version limits, attend high school within the city limits, or attend a high school within the Federal Way public school district during the members' terms. (5) The city council will encourage applications to serve on the commission so, as much as practicable, members may reflect a diverse cross-section of the students in the community. Freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible. (6) The youth commission is operational in accordance with the Federal Way School District calendar. 2.60.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The youth commission shall meet at least once per quarter except no meetings will be held when school is not in session per the Federal Way School District calendar. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the youth commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The youth commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from among its voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. (4) The youth commission shall adopt bylaws for the regular operation of the commission. The Page 11 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.60.060 Duties and responsibilities. The youth commission shall promote leadership skills and is appointed to represent the interests and Page 12 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version needs of their peers in their community. The youth commission's goals and responsibilities shall be to: (1) Identify local youth concerns, brainstorm solutions, and report to city council; (2) Provide community youth with a forum for expressing interests and opinions; (3) Make the public aware of the youth commission and its program in an effort to place youth issues before our citizens in a positive manner; (4) Be available to serve as advisors providing a youth perspective to the council and the council's various boards, commissions, and task forces upon request; (5) Recommend outstanding youth in the community for potential recognition by the council; (6) Consult with the city council and recommend ways to improve the quality of life for young people in the city; (7) Provide an annual report to the city council on the state of youth in the city; and (8) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Chapter 2.62 SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION 2.62.010 Senior advisory commission created — Purpose. The city hereby creates the senior advisory commission. The purpose of the senior advisory commission is to advise city council in all matters pertaining to older Americans and their needs, including, but not limited to: health and nutrition, transportation, housing, employment, and recreational programs. Page 13 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 2.62.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The senior advisory commission shall consist of up to nine members and up to three alternate members appointed by the city council. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years except that the first commissioners and alternates shall be appointed for different terms as follows: three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of one year, three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of two years, three commissioners and one alternate to serve for a period of three years. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a senior advisory commission member or alternate, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term. (4) The city council may remove a senior advisory commission member or alternate at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (5) Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the incorporated city limits. (6) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.62.040 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The city's senior advisory commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from among its voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective Page 14 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall adopt bylaws and operate in accordance with its bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter according to its bylaws. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the Page 15 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.62.050 Duties and responsibilities. The responsibilities of the senior advisory commission include: (1) Consult with and provide recommendations to the city council and city staff on matters pertaining to senior citizen participation in programs, policy matters, legislative agendas for state law makers, and any other matters that affect senior citizens. The commission shall identify issues related to senior citizens in the community by working with residents, service providers, city council, the mayor's office, and city staff. (2) Encourage and promote activities meeting the needs of senior citizens. (3) Evaluate and provide input on communication strategies for outreach to senior citizen communities. (4) Prepare and present an annual report to the city council on its work and the state of senior citizens in the city. (5) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Page 16 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version Chapter 2.65 DIVERSITY COMMISSION 2.65.010 Diversity commission created — Purpose. The Federal Way diversity commission is hereby created and established for the city. The purpose of the diversity commission is to engage with under -represented communities to solicit feedback and information that would help identify opportunities to address issues of diversity, promote diversity programs, and provide guidance to the city council to create a more equitable, accessible, safe, welcoming and inclusive government and community. 2.65.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The diversity commission shall consist of up to nine voting members appointed by the city council. Alternate members may be appointed as determined by the city council. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a diversity commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. (4) The city council may remove a diversity commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (5) All persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city. (6) To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect the range of human differences including, Page 17 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version but not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, religious affiliation, and national origin. 2.65.040 Duties and responsibilities. The responsibilities of the diversity commission include the following: (1) Provide a forum that will encourage input from ow the city's diverse inhabitants to help shape the city's vision. (2) Conduct outreach to the community in an effort to place the issue of diversity before our citizens in a positive and unifying manner. (3) Identify obstacles that may impede access to city government for the community's diverse members. (4) Prepare and present an annual report to the city council on its work and the state of diversity matters in the city. (5) Formulate a yearly work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. 2.65.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The diversity commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from among its voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. The commission shall forward a list of its elected officers to the city clerk within 30 days of election. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in preparing reports and Page 18 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version records and performing other functions as are may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter. All meetings shall be open public meetings, and the commission shall keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or Page 19 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. Chapter 2.70 DISABILITY BOARD 2.70.010 Disability board created — Purpose. Pursuant to the authority of Chapter 41.26 RCW, there is created a Federal Way disability board ("board") having jurisdiction over members of Plan I of the law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system. 2.70.020 Duties and responsibilities. The board shall perform all functions, exercise all powers, and make all determinations as may be specified in Chapter 41.26 RCW and as the same may be amended from time to time. The board is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations to aid the administration of matters presented to the board. Such rules and regulations shall be reduced to writing and a copy thereof shall be filed with the city clerk for examination by the public. 2.70.030 Membership and appointment. (1) Board members are to be appointed or elected as provided by RCW 41.26.110, and this chapter. All members of the board shall serve for a two-year term. Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired Page 20 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version terms of a member whose death, resignation, or removal creates a vacancy. The board shall consist of five voting members as follows: (a) Two members from the Federal Way city council to be appointed by the mayor, subject to approval by the Federal Way city council; (b) One law enforcement officer, active or retired, who is or was employed by the city, or an alternative member representing the interest of law enforcement officers elected pursuant to RCW 41.26.110; and (c) Two members from the public at large who have been a resident of the city for at least one year immediately preceding such appointment, and who are electors (registered voters) of the county in which they reside, to be appointed by the other three members appointed pursuant to subsections (1)(a) and (b) of this section. (d) In addition to the voting members, the mayor may serve, or he may appoint an employee of the city to serve, as an ex officio member without authority to vote. The ex officio member shall serve at the will of the mayor. (e) The board shall elect from its membership a chair who shall serve a one-year term. (2) Board members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. Chapter 2.75 LODGING TAX ADVISORY COMMITTEE Page 21 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 2.75.010 Lodging tax advisory committee created — Purpose. There is hereby created a city lodging tax advisory committee consistent with RCW 67.28.1817, to serve the functions as prescribed in Chapter 67.28 RCW. Section 38. FWRC 2.75.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2.75.020 Membership and appointment. (1) The membership of the lodging tax advisory committee is governed by RCW 67.28.1817 and shall consist of at least five members appointed by the city council: one member shall be an elected official of the city who shall serve as the chair; at least two members shall be representatives of businesses required to collect the tax, and at least two members shall be persons involved in activities authorized to be funded by revenue received from the tax. The number of members who are representatives of businesses required to collect tax under this chapter shall equal the number of members who are involved in activities authorized to be funded by revenue received under this chapter. (2) All members of the committee shall serve a two-year term, except that the initial committee shall have one member representing the lodging industry and one member representing organizations receiving the funds serve a one-year term in order to establish a staggered term of the office. (3) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. (4) The council may review the membership of the committee and make such changes as the council Page 22 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version may deem appropriate. The total number of members may be increased or decreased by motion of the council duly adopted, but the number of members shall not be less than five and the number of members representing businesses that are taxed and those members representing activities that may be funded by the tax must be equal at all times, consistent with subsection (1) of this section and RCW 67.28.1817. 2.75.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The committee shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The committee shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the committee in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the committee. (3) The committee shall meet in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The committee shall hold open public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (4) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. 2.75.060 Duties and responsibilities. (1) The city council shall submit to the lodging tax advisory committee, for its review and comment, Page 23 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version proposals on: (a) The imposition of a tax pursuant to Chapter 67.28 RCW; (b) Any increase in the rate of such a tax; (c) Repeal of an exemption from such a tax; or (d) A change in the use of the revenue received from such a tax. (2) The city council shall submit such proposals to the committee at least 45 days before taking final action on any such proposal. Comments by the committee should include an analysis of the extent to which the proposal will accommodate for tourists or increase tourism, and the extent to which the proposal will affect the long-range stability of the special fund created for the lodging tax revenues. The recommendation by the committee to the city council shall be a nonbinding recommendation. (3) The committee may establish bylaws for the conduct of meetings, voting, review, analysis, and preparation of comments. The committee shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. Chapter 2.80 INDEPENDENT SALARY COMMISSION 2.80.010 Independent salary commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a Federal Way independent salary commission pursuant to RCW 35.21.015. The purpose of the commission shall be to review and establish the salaries of the mayor and the councilmembers, as provided by RCW 35.21.015. Page 24 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 2.80.030 Membership and appointment. (1) The independent salary commission shall consist of up to five voting members and up to two alternate members appointed by the mayor and approved by the city council. (2) The independent salary commission shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member of the independent salary commission shall serve a term of four years, except that the first five commission members shall be appointed for different terms, as follows: one member to serve for a period of one year, one member to serve for a period of two years, one member to serve for a period of three years, and two members to serve for a period of four years. The mayor, with the approval of the city council, may appoint alternate independent salary commission members as the need arises. (4) No member may be appointed to more than two terms on the independent salary commission whether or not those terms are held consecutively. (5) No person shall be appointed to serve as a voting member or alternate member of the independent salary commission unless that person is a citizen of the United States, a resident of the city for at least one year immediately preceding such appointment, and an elector (registered voter) of the county in which the member resides. (6) No city officer, official, or employee of the city or any of their immediate family members may serve on the commission. "Immediate family member, " as used in this section, means the parents, spouse, siblings, children, or dependent relatives of the officer, official, or employee, whether or not living in the household of the officer, official, or employee. Page 25 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (7) If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of an independent salary commission member, the mayor shall appoint, with the approval of the city council, a new voting or alternate member to fill the unexpired term of that voting or alternate member. (8) The city council may remove an independent salary commission member at any time for cause of incapacity, incompetence, neglect of duty, or malfeasance in office or for a disqualifying change of residence. (9) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.80.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The independent salary commission shall elect a chair and vice chair from among its appointed voting members. Such officers shall hold office for two years. The independent salary commission may adopt bylaws for the efficient and fair conduct of its business, consistent with state law and city ordinance. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the independent salary commission in preparing reports and records and performing other fiznctions as are may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall hold open public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. Page 26 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (4) The independent salary commission shall meet in each even year to review existing salaries and adjust them if appropriate. This meeting shall occur no later than April 30th, in any given year, and the commission shall review and, if it so determines, amend and file its schedule of salaries with the city clerk no later than May 31 st. If necessary, the commission will also meet upon any other call by the chair, the mayor or by the majority vote of the city council. (5) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, and the votes of wee that majority of appointed voting members shall be sufficient for the decision of all matters and the transaction of all business to be decided or transacted by the independent salary commission. (6) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. 2.80.060 Duties and responsibilities. The independent salary commission shall have the following responsibilities: (1) Study the relationship of salaries to the duties of the mayor and the city councilmembers and to establish a salary by either increasing or decreasing the existing salary for each position by an affirmative vote of not less than three members; (2) Review and file its salary schedules not later than May 31 of every even year; (3) Submit each salary schedule to the city clerk, who will publish the complete schedule two times, at least one week apart. The second publication date will be the official filing date. The schedule will become effective 30 days after this date. Page 27 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version 2.80.070 Salary schedule — Effective date — Referendum. (1) The commission's established or amended salary schedule will become effective in the amounts, at the times, and under the conditions established in the schedule. Once filed, the schedule shall be incorporated into the city budget without further action of the city council or salary commission. Salary increases established by the commission shall be effective as to the mayor and all city councilmembers regardless of their terms of office. Salary decreases established by the commission shall become effective as to incumbents at the commencement of their next subsequent terms of office. Existing salaries for the mayor and councilmembers established by city ordinance and/or city budget shall remain in effect unless and until changed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The terms and conditions of the commission's adopted salary schedule will remain in effect until amended under the terms and conditions of a new salary schedule filed in accordance with this chapter. (2) The commission's adopted salary schedule shall be subject to referendum petition by the people of the city in the same manner as a city ordinance upon filing of such petition with the city clerk within 30 days after the official filing date of the salary schedule. In the event of the filing of a valid referendum petition, the salary increase or decrease shall not go into effect until approved by vote of the people. (3) Referendum measures under this section shall be submitted to the voters of the city at the next following general or municipal election occurring 30 days or more after the petition is filed and shall be otherwise governed by the provisions of the State Constitution or other laws generally applicable Page 28 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version to referendum measures. Chapter 2.85 PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION 2.85.010 Parks and recreation commission created — Purpose. There is hereby established a parks and recreation commission. The purpose of the parks and recreation commission is to work with city staff in an advisory capacity on matters pertaining to parks, open space, natural areas, trails, and recreational facilities and programs for the purpose of informing, advising, or recommending actions to the city council. 2.85.020 Membership and appointment. (1) The parks and recreation commission shall consist of up to nine voting members appointed by the city council and up to two alternate commission members. (2) Commission members shall serve without compensation. (3) Each member shall serve a term of three years. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a parks and recreation commission member, the city council shall appoint a new member to fill the unexpired term of that member. (4) The city council may remove a parks and recreation commission member at any time if the city council determines that member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of city council. (5) Persons appointed to serve on the commission shall reside within the corporate limits of the city during the members' terms. (6) To the extent practicable, appointments shall reflect the diversity of all recreational needs of the Page 29 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version community. (7) Each member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter. 2.85.030 Officers — Staff — Operations. (1) The city parks and recreation commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers from among its appointed voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as ar-e-may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter, in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The commission shall hold open public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law; (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate Page 30 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action of the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.85.050 Duties and Rresponsibilities. The parks and recreation commission shall have the following responsibilities: (1) Review and make recommendations on matters regarding policies and goals of the adopted park and recreation and open space comprehensive plan; (2) Review and make recommendations on capital improvement program planning and related agreements; (3) Provide input on recreation programs, facility use policies, and other matters; (4) Prepare and Present an annual report to city council on its work and the state of parks and Page 31 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version recreation in the city; and (5) Formulate an annual work plan for presentation to and approval by the city council. Chapter 2.90 PLANNING COMISSION 2.90.010 Planning commission created — Purpose. The city hereby creates a planning commission consistent with Chapter 35A.63 RCW. 2.90.020 Membership and appointment. (1) The planning commission shall consist of up to seven voting members and up to three alternate members' appointed by city council who are residents of the city with interest in land use and planning issues and a commitment to the planned development of the community. (2) Each member and alternate member shall serve a term of four years. If, for any reason, a vacancy occurs during the term of a planning commission voting member or alternate member, the city council shall appoint a new member or alternate member to fill the unexpired term. (3) The city council may remove a planning commission voting member or alternate member at any time if the city council determines that the voting member or alternate member is not fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the satisfaction of the city council. (4) Commission members shall serve without compensation. 2.90.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. Page 32 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version (1) The city planning commission shall elect its officers, including a chair and vice chair and such other officers as it may deem necessary, from among its appointed voting members. Such officers shall occupy their respective offices for a period of one year. (2) The mayor shall appoint appropriate staff to assist the commission in preparing reports and records and performing other functions as may be necessary for the proper operation of the commission. (3) The commission shall operate in accordance with its duly adopted bylaws. The commission shall provide the city clerk with a copy of current bylaws which shall be maintained as part of the city's official public records, and shall provide an updated copy to the city clerk whenever amendments are approved. (4) The commission shall meet at least once per quarter, in accordance with the commission's bylaws. The commission shall hold open public meetings and keep a written record of its proceedings which shall be a public record, all in accordance with state law. (5) Civility and decorum shall be observed by commission members and attendees and shall be enforced by the chair. (6) A majority of appointed voting members shall constitute a quorum, except when alternate members may be counted towards a quorum as provided in subsection (7) of this section, and the votes of a majority of present voting members or alternates serving for quorum purposes is sufficient to approve any action by the commission. (7) Alternate commissioners shall have the right to participate in the debate and the deliberations of the commission on the regular business of the commission. Alternate commissioners shall not be part Page 33 of 34 Commission Code Updates — Clean, "As Adopted" Version of the commission quorum and shall not move action or vote on matters coming before the commission, except in the event where a meeting is scheduled and no quorum is otherwise present, an alternate member may contribute to the establishment of a quorum such that the meeting may commence and proceed. If more than one alternate is present, after the meeting is commenced or called to order, the chair shall specify which of the alternate members is contributing to the quorum and may participate as a voting member for the purposes and duration of that meeting only, which shall be noted in the written record of the meeting. 2.90.060 Duties and responsibilities. The jurisdiction, powers and authority of the planning commission, as these relate to matters covered by FWRC Title 19, are established in Chapter 19.80 FWRC. In addition, the city council may, from time to time, grant to the planning commission such other jurisdiction, powers, duties, and authority as city council deems appropriate and consistent with state and city law. Page 34 of 34 COMMISSION CODE SECTIONS OUTLINE BEFORE Civil Service Commission (Ch. 2.45 FWRC) 2.45.010 Definitions. 2.45.020 Creation — Appointment. 2.45.030 Eligibility. 2.45.040 Terms. 2.45.050 Removal. 2.45.060 Proceedings — Quorum. 2.45.070 General powers and duties. 2.45.080 Secretary -chief examiner. 2.45.090 Rules and regulations. Arts Commission (Ch. 2.50 FWRC) 2.50.010 Created. 2.50.020 Purpose. 2.50.030 Membership. 2.50.040 Officers — Staff — Operation. 2.50.050 Responsibilities. Human Services Commission (Ch. 2.55 FWRC) 2.55.010 Created. 2.55.020 Qualifications — Terms. 2.55.030 Organization and meetings. 2.55.040 Duties and responsibilities. CDBG Loan Review Advisory Committee (Ch. 2.57 FWRC) F PROPOSED DELETION Youth Commission (Ch. 2.60 FWRC) 2.60.010 Created. 2.60.020 Purpose. 2.60.030 Goals. 2.60.040 Membership. 2.60.050 Responsibilities. 2.60.060 Staff support. Senior Advisory Commission (Ch. 2.62 FWRC) 2.62.010 Senior advisory commission created 2.62.020 Purpose. 2.62.030 Membership. 2.62.040 Officers — Bylaws — Staff. 2.62.050 Responsibilities. Diversity Commission (Ch. 2.65 FWRC) 2.65.010 Created. 2.65.020 Purpose, 2.65.030 Membership. 2.65.040 Responsibilities and objectives. 2.65.050 Officers. AFTER Civil Service Commission (Ch. 2.45 FWRC) 2.45.020 Civil service commission created — Purpose. 2.45.030 Membership and appointment. 2.45.050 Removal. 2.45.060 Proceedings — Quorum. 2.45.080 Secretary -chief examiner. 2.45.090 Rules and regulations. Arts Commission (Ch. 2.50 FWRC) 2.50.010 Arts commission created —Purpose. 2.50.030 Membership and appointment. 2.50.040 Officers — Staff— Operations. 2.50.050 Duties and responsibilities. Human Services Commission (Ch. 2.55 FWRC) 2.55.010 Human services commission created — Purpose. 2.55.020 Membership and appointment. 2.55.030 Officers — Staff— Operations. 2.55.040 Duties and responsibilities. REPEALED Youth Commission (Ch. 2.60 FWRC) 2.60.01.0 Youth commission created— Purpose. 2.60.040 Membership and appointment. 2.60.050 Officers — Staff— Operations. 2.60.060 Duties and responsibilities. Senior Advisory Commission (Ch. 2.62 FWRC) 2.62.010 Senior advisory commission created -- Purpose. 2.62.030 Membership and appointment. 2.62.040 Officers — Staff— Operations. 2.62.050 Duties and responsibilities. Diversity Commission (Ch. 2.65 FWRC) 2.65.010 Diversity commission created —Purpose. 2.65.030 Membership and appointment. 2.65.040 Duties and responsibilities 2.65.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. J COMMISSION CODE SECTIONS OUTLINE BEFORE Disability Board (Ch. 2.70 FWRC) 2.70.010 Creation of disability board. 2.70.020 Functions of the board. 2.70,030 Membership. 2.70.040 Term — Vacancies. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (Ch. 2.75 FWRC) 2.75.010 Creation. 2.75.020 Membership. 2.75.030 Term of office. 2.75.040 Voting — Dissenting and concurring comments. 2.75.050 Changes to membership. 2.75.060 Submissions to the committee. 2.75.070 Comments — Members entitled to one vote — Dissenting or concurring comments forwarded to council. Independent Salary Commission (Ch. 2.80 FWRC) 2.80.010 Created. 2.80.020 Purpose. 2.80.030 Membership. 2.80.040 Qualifications. 2.80.050 Operation. 2.80.060 Responsibilities. 2.80.070 Effective date — Salaries. 2.80.080 Salary schedule subject to referendum petition. Parks and Recreation Commission (Ch. 2.85 FWRC) 2.85.010 Created. 2.85.020 Membership. 2.85.030 Officers. 2.85.040 Purpose. 2.85.050 Responsibilities. Planning Commission (Ch. 2.90 FWRC) 2.90.010 Creation. 2.90.020 Membership. 2.90.040 Jurisdiction, powers and authority. 2.90.050 Rules of procedure. 2.90.060 Additional committees, boards, commissions, councils, and individuals. AFTER Disability Board (Ch. 2.70 FWRC) 2.70.010 Disability board created —Purpose. 2.70.020 Duties and responsibilities. 2.70.030 Membership and appointment. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (Ch. 2.75 FWRC) 2.75.010 Lodging tax advisory committee created — Purpose. 2.75.020 Membership and appointment. 2.75.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. 2.75.060 Duties and responsibilities — Procedures. Independent Salary Commission (Ch. 2.80 FWRC) 2.80.010 Independent salary commission created — Purpose. 2.80.030 Membership and appointment. 2.80.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. 2.80.060 Duties and responsibilities. 2.80.070 Salary schedule — Effective date — Referendum. Parks and Recreation Commission (Ch. 2.85 FWRC) 2.85.010 Parks and recreation commission created — Purpose. 2.85.020 Membership and appointment. 2.85.030 Officers — Staff — Operations. 2.85.050 Duties and responsibilities. Planning Commission (Ch. 2.90 FWRC) 2.90.010 Planning commission created —Purpose. 2.90.020 Membership and appointment. 2.90.050 Officers — Staff — Operations. 2.90.060 Duties and responsibilities. CFW COMMISSION CODE CHANGES SUMMARY General Changes Proposed Throughout the Commission Code • Combined and consolidated code sections in general to improve organization and flow, and institute a general organization as follows, with additional sections listed in chapters of commissions created and controlled by RCW: o [Commission name] created — Purpose ■ Contains the creation statement and provides general information about the purpose/goal of the commission. o Membership and appointment ■ Sets the number of members (voting and alternate), qualifications for membership, etc. o Officers — Staff — Operations Provides for commissions to appoint a chair and vice chair who serve terms of one year, meeting frequency, City support staff o Duties and Responsibilities Delineates what the commissions must do and expectations on the focus of their work from the Council. • Made changes to the purpose and goals statements for each commission where updates were needed, as well as clarifying the role of the commission. • Allowed membership to be "up to" the amounts for voting and alternate members listed in the code (other than where membership is prescribed by statute) to allow for fluctuations in membership and if the Council does not receive enough applicants for open seats. Adjusts membership levels to reflect current availability and practice. • Added language that each commission member has a responsibility to disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest prior to being appointed and as they may arise at any time thereafter to ensure ongoing responsibilities are clear. • Made language consistent regarding open public meetings, records of proceedings, and commissioners serving in an unpaid, volunteer capacity. ■ Required commissions to provide enacted bylaws to the City Clerk as well as updates whenever amendments are approved. • Added new provisions specifying commissions (other than where controlled by statute) shall meet at least quarterly in accordance with the commission's bylaws to allow greater flexibility in scheduling. Commissions may meet more frequently, but not less than. • Created new language regarding decorum. • Removed language specifying specific numbers of members that may constitute a quorum and instead stating that it must be a majority of members to adapt to membership number fluxes. • Made new provisions allowing alternates to constitute a quorum and vote when not enough voting members are present. Chairs must appoint alternate members to serve in this capacity on in a single meeting on an as -needed basis for this new allowance to be used. • In all Council -created (non -statutory) commissions, added provisions regarding requirements for formulating annual work plans and for providing a report (written or verbal) on the state of the subject matter of the commission in the City each year. This can also be a combined effort, meaning both the work plan and report can be presented to the Council at the same time, and the report may include the accomplishments of the commission over the previous year. • Other general language clarifications to confirm the code is clear and functions as intended. Commission Code Changes Summary — Page 1 Civil Service Commission (Ch. 2.45 FWRC) — Statutory Commission — Pages 2-5 • Repealed definitions section as they were not needed. • Adjusted language to ensure the code is consistent with controlling state statutes. o Note: State statute requires 3 members, whereas the code specifies 5. We can provide for more members what is specified in statute, but not less than. If Council wanted to appoint fewer than 5 members, it can do so, so long as it is not less than 3. • Other changes consistent with the general changes listed above. Arts Commission (Ch. 2.50 FWRC) — Pages 5-9 • Updates to the purpose statement for clarity and to reflect current practice. • Added language on appointing up to 2 alternate members to reflect actual practice. Human Services Commission (Ch. 2.55 FWRC) — Pages 9-13 • Removed language referencing specific organizations/entities from FWRC 2.55.040 to make it more flexible and general. CDBG Loan Review Advisory Committee (Ch. 2.57 FWRC) — Repealed on Page 14 • Proposed deletion (repeal) as this Committee only met once years ago, has not met since, and the City has no plans to re-engage in the work that would provide this Committee with work to do. Youth Commission (Ch. 2.60 FWRC) — Pages 14-18 • Updated purpose/goals to clarify scope and role. • Adjusted member amounts to reflect current levels as the member amounts have been fairly consistent for some time now. • Proposed adjustments to the eligibility of members — must reside within the City of Federal Way or be enrolled in a high school within the Federal Way public school district. This will ensure we do not exclude any running start, private school, or homeschool students. ■ Clarified language around composition of and representation on the Commission regarding the diversity of youth appointed. ■ Proposed expansion of eligibility for the Commission by allowing Freshman to serve — currently only Sophomores and Juniors are eligible. This change would allow more kids to participate, and could allow a youth to serve two consecutive terms if interested and allowed by the Council. • Adjusted language relating to meetings to provide that no meetings will be held when school is not in session to reflect actual practice and realistic commitment levels. • Proposed some slight adjusting of language regarding the duties and responsibilities of the Commission to refresh them for the present day, while still maintaining the same theme of intent. Senior Advisory Commission (Ch. 2.62 FWRC) — Pages 19-23 • Updated purpose/goals to clarify scope and role. • Rearranging to improve flow and general changes described at the beginning of this document. Diversity Commission, Ch. 2.65 FWRC — Pages 23-27 • Updated purpose/goals to clarify scope and role and reemphasize the purpose of the commission and importance of diversity and inclusion within the City. ■ Adjusted language supporting membership and representation by all facets of the diversity spectrum. • Recommended removal of language that makes the duties and responsibilities prioritized in the order they are listed as the prioritization does not seem meaningful and is too inflexible. Commission Code Changes Summary — Page 2 Disability Board, Ch. 2.70 FWRC — Statutory Board — Pages 27-29 • Necessary updates to ensure the code is consistent with controlling state statutes. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee, Ch. 2,75 FWRC — Statutory Committee — Pages 29-33 • Necessary updates to ensure the code is consistent with controlling state statutes. Independent Salary Commission, Ch. 2.80 FWRC — Statutory Commission — Pages 33-38 • Provided additional detail and statutory references. Parks and Recreation Commission, Ch. 2.85 FWRC — Pages 38-43 • Updated purpose/goals to clarify scope and role. • Updated duties and responsibilities to clarify scope and role. • General changes as listed in the beginning of this document. Planning Commission, Ch. 2.90 FWRC — Pages 43-47 • Changes for consistency in organization as other changes were made recently by the Commission. Commission Code Changes Summary — Page 3 10b COUNCIL MEETING DATE: , j V& C, t U`3 ITEM #_ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND PARKS, RECREATION, AND OPEN SPACE PLAN POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve amendments to the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan to facilitate establishment of a Park Impact Fee? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: April 25, 2023 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Evan Lewis DEPT: CD Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Ordinance 3. Exhibits `A', `B', and `C' Options Considered: 1. Adopt the proposed ordinance. 2. Do not adopt the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Op6pil 1. , MAYOR APPROVAL: � 1 r DIRECTOR APPROVAL V� itial/a p r , InDate O COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed ordinance to a Public Hearing and First Reading on May II p2023, _c..� — Eon N °, --'� L- ,°.rlv-� i ee lair ee- M€TRbe-P. PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION(S): FIRST READING AND PUBLIC HEARING ON ORDINANCE (MAY 16, 2023): "1 move to forward the proposed ordinance to the June 6, 2023 Council Meeting for second reading and enactment. " SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE (JUNE 6, 2023): "I move approval of the proposed ordinance. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # 1 ❑ DENIED First reading Lam' ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances on1j) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY or 400``"—tl Federa I Way STAFF REPORT May 16, 2023 TO: Federal Way City Council FROM: Evan Lewis, Senior Planner 41r, 4r" SUBJECT: Further amendments to the City Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan to facilitate establishment of a Park Impact Fee (PIF) MEETING DATE: May 16, 2023 The following changes were made to the Comprehensive Plan Capital Facilities Chapter and Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan after the April 25, 2023 FEDRAC meeting: 1) Capital Project lists in both the Capital Facilities Chapter and PROS Plan were updated to show a "PIF Eligibility" percentage and a resulting "PIF-Eligible Cost" that are consistent with changes made to the updated Park Impact Fee Study. 2) On pg. 110 of the amended PROS plan, a statement about the area where mitigation fees may be spent was removed to be consistent with the Park Impact Fee Study and with the related (separate) ordinance that would establish a new Park Impact Fee chapter of the zoning code. Complete and additional information about this comprehensive plan ordinance is found within the staff report provided for the 4/25/23 FEDRAC meeting and which is carried forward with this agenda packet as reference. tsry nr - ---- Federal Way STAFF REPORT April 25, 2023 To: Finance, Economic Development, Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) FROM: Evan Lewis, Associate Planner SUBJECT: Amendments to the City Comprehensive Plan and Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan MEETING DATE: April 25, 2023 I. BACKGROUND The City of Federal Way Parks Department has requested an amendment to the City's Comprehensive Plan to facilitate the establishment of a Park Impact Fee, amend the Parks Capital Improvement Plan to include two future new or expanded parks that will be necessary to serve expected future growth, and to update the list of other parks capital improvement projects. The proposed amendment includes text amendments to the Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6 ("Capital Facilities") and the Parks, Recreation and Open Space ("PROS") plan which is incorporated by reference as part of the Capital Facilities Chapter. Pursuant to RCW 36.70A.130(5)(a), the City of Federal Way must update its Comprehensive Plan every ten years. The deadline for the next major update is December 31, 2024. Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC") 19.80,050 specifies an annual process for considering comprehensive plan amendments, and generally such amendments may only be considered once per year. However, FWRC 19.80.050(3) and state law allow for comprehensive plan amendments outside of the annual process under certain scenarios, including amendments to the capital facilities element of the comprehensive plan when done concurrently with the adoption or amendment to the City budget. This proposal is being considered concurrently with a mid -year City budget amendment. Establishing the Park Impact fee will require a separate code amendment that will be considered and brought to Council as a separate ordinance. II. REASON FOR CITY COUNCIL ACTION FWRC Chapter 19.80, "Council Rezones," establishes a process and criteria for comprehensive plan amendments. Consistent with Process VI review for comprehensive plan capital facilities chapter amendments done concurrently with a city budget amendment, the role of the City Council is to: 1. Consider staff s review and recommendation on the proposed comprehensive plan amendment; 2. Conduct a public hearing on the proposed comprehensive plan amendment; 3. Determine whether the proposed comprehensive plan amendment meets the criteria provided by FWRC 19.80.140 and 19.80.150; and 4. Either approve, approve with modifications, or disapprove the proposed amendment. III. PROCEDURAL SUMMARY Comprehensive Plan Amendment Process March 31, 2023 Issuance of Determination of Nonsignificance pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) March 17, 2023 End of SEPA Comment Period April 7, 2023 End of SEPA Appeal Period April 25, 2023 FEDRAC Meeting May 16, 2023 Joint Public Hearing/1st Reading by City Council June 6, 2023 City Council Second Reading (tentative; date of 2nd reading will be based on the date of the budget amendment) V. Comprehensive Plan Amendment A. Capital Facilities Chapter Update Amend text in Section 6.5 Parks and Recreation to align with the most recently adopted PROS plan (Exhibit B). B. PROS Plan Amendment (incorporated by reference within Capital Facilities chapter) Amend text under Potential Funding Sources and in the Capital Improvement Plan to facilitate the establishment of a park impact fee, to include two new parks, and their cost estimates, in the capital facilities list, and to update the list of other parks capital improvement projects. One new or expanded park would be located in Federal Way's Downtown and the other in the South Station subarea planning area somewhere between approximately S 348th St. and S 364th St/S 364th Way, west of I-5 (approximate South Station planning are boundaries are found at www.engajzefw.com/southstation). Specific Downtown and South Station new park locations are to be determined. VI. Public Comments Received One public comment was received on the SEPA environmental determination; attached as `Exhibit C'. The comment was from Tacoma Water and included information that, if applicable for any given park location, would be more relevant at the time that specific future parks projects are being reviewed. Any comments received in response to the public hearing notice will be included in materials presented at the public hearing. Staff Report to FEDRAC Committee April 25, 2023 Page 2 V111. COMPLIANCE WITH FWRC 19.80.140 - FWRC 19.80.140, Factors to be Considered in a Comprehensive Plan Amendment — The city may consider, but is not limited to, the following factors when considering a proposed amendment to the comprehensive plan. (1) The effect upon the physical environment. The proposal's effect on the physical environment is undetermined but there's little reason to expect anything other than a neutral to net positive environmental impact from a park impact fee, new and/or expanded parks, and other parks improvements detailed in the updated Parks capital projects list. Such impacts would be known and reviewed associated with future parks projects that are supported through funding made available through park impact fees. (2) The effect on open space, streams, and lakes. The proposal's effect on open space, streams, and lakes is undetermined but there's little reason to expect anything other than a neutral to net positive environmental impact. Such impacts would be known and reviewed associated with future parks projects that are supported through funding made available through park impact fees. (3) The compatibility with and impact on adjacent land uses and surrounding neighborhoods. The proposal's impact on land use compatibility will be better known associated with future parks projects. However, it's expected funding from a park impact fee would support park space that is necessary to serve the City's expected growth; therefore there is likely a net positive impact as it supports a public amenity serving adjacent land uses. (4) The adequacy of and impact on communityfacilities including utilities, roads, public transportation, parks, recreation, and schools. The proposal would help fund park space necessary to serve expected growth and therefore would likely have a net positive impact on community facilities. Parks themselves are community facilities. (S) The benefit to the neighborhood, city, and region. The proposal would help fund park space necessary to serve expected growth and therefore would likely have a net positive impact on neighborhoods, the city and region. Parks are public amenities serving adjacent neighborhoods and the City and region as a whole. (6) The quantity and location of land planned for the proposed land use type and density and the demand for such land. The proposal would help fund an amount of park space necessary to serve expected growth and therefore would likely have a net positive impact in this regard. (7) The current and projected population density in the area. The proposal would help fund an amount of park space necessary to serve Federal Way's growing population; the impact of future park space on an area's population density can't Staff Report to FEDRAC Committee Page 3 April 25, 2023 be determined at this time, however as population densities generally increase in the City, sufficient park space becomes more important to serve that increased density. (8) The effect upon other aspects of the comprehensive plan. A park impact fee, as proposed, would be consistent with other comprehensive plan chapters. IX. COMPLIANCE WITH FWMC 19.80.150 - Criteria for Amending the Comprehensive Plan — The city may amend the comprehensive plan only if it finds that: (1) The proposed amendment bears a substantial relationship to public health, safety, or welfare; A park impact fee, and factoring two new parks into a capital facilities plan, would support park space that is necessary to serve the City's expected future growth; adequate park space is an important factor in supporting public health and welfare. (2) The proposed amendment is in the best interest of the residents of the city. A park impact fee, factoring two new parks into a capital facilities plan, and the other parks capital improvement project list updates proposed would support park space that is necessary to serve the City's expected future growth. Ensuring the necessary public facilities and public amenities are sufficiently funded is in the best interest of the city's residents. (3) The proposed amendment is consistent with the requirements of Chapter 36.70A RCW and with the portion of the city's adopted plan not affected by the amendments. The comprehensive plan amendment under consideration is consistent with the following goals of RCW Chapter 36.70A.020 of the Growth ManagementAct (GMA). The following goals are not listed in order of priority and shall be used exclusively for the purpose of guiding the development of comprehensive plans and development regulations: • Capital Facilities Chapter Goal 4: Provide adequate funding for capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented o Policy CFP25: Pursue funding strategies that require new growth and development to pay its fair share of the cost of facilities that are required to maintain adopted level of service standards. One such strategy that should be implemented in the near term is an impact fee program for parks. o Policy CFP27. Use the following available contingency strategies should the City be, faced with capital, facilityfunding shortfalls: it Increase revenues by selling general obligation bonds, enacting utility taxes, imposing impactfees, and/or raisingproperty tax levy rates. • City Center Goal 12; Policy CCP11: Provide adequate fundingfor capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented • City Center Goal 16: Develop civic and cultural facilities in addition to a public Staff Report to FEDRAC Committee Page 4 April 25, 2023 space and park system within the City Center to meet the needs of residents, employees, and visitors. These facilities and spaces should connect to the Citywide and regional system ofpublic spaces, parks, and trails. • PROS Plan Goal D.1; Policy D.2: Prepare an impact fee analysis to determine the feasibility of using an impact fee system for park development and facilities improvements. X. Recommendation to City Council. Staff recommends that City Council approves the proposed comprehensive plan amendment. XI. FEDRAC COMMITTEE The FEDRAC Committee may take the following actions regarding each proposed comprehensive plan amendment request: 1. Recommend to City Council adoption of the proposed comprehensive plan amendment as proposed; or 2. Modify the proposed comprehensive plan amendment and recommend to City Council adoption of the amendment, as modified. 3. Recommend to City Council that the proposed comprehensive plan amendment not be adopted. Exhibits `A' Amendment to Capital Facilities Chapter of Comprehensive Plan `B' Amendment to PROS Plan (incorporated by reference in Capital Facilities Chapter) • `C' Public Comment Staff Report to FEDRAC Committee Page 5 April 25, 2023 ORDINANCE NO. 23- AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, amending the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan and the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6, Capital Facilities, to incorporate two new future parks and to facilitate establishment of a Park Impact Fee (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90- 43, 95-248, 96-270, 98-330, 00-372,01-405, 03-442, 04-460, 04-461, 04-462, 05- 490, 05-491, 05-492, 07-558, 09-614,10-671,11-683,13-736,13-745,15-796,15- 798, 18-843,19-866, 21-907, 22-938, and 23-954) WHEREAS, the Growth Management Act of 1990 as amended (Chapter 36.70A RCW or "GMA"), requires the City of Federal Way ("City") to adopt a comprehensive plan including a land use element and land use map, a housing element, a capital facilities plan, a utilities element, and a transportation element and transportation system map(s); and WHEREAS, the GMA also requires the City to adopt development regulations implementing its comprehensive plan; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way City Council adopted its comprehensive plan and land use map (the "Comprehensive Plan") on November 21, 1995, and adopted development regulations and a zoning map implementing the Comprehensive Plan on July 2, 1996; and subsequently amended the comprehensive plan, land use map, and zoning map on December 23, 1998, September 14, 2000, November 1, 2001, March 27, 2003, July 20, 2004, and June 16, 2005, July 16, 2007, June 11, 2009, October 28, 2010, January 27, 2011, January 23, 2013, August 14, 2013, July 29, 2015, January 26, 2018, April 2, 2019, January 19, 2021, October 12, 2022, and April 12, 2023; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC") Chapter 19.35, the City reviews Comprehensive Plan amendments under Chapter 19.80 FWRC, Process VI; and WHEREAS, under RCW 36.70A.130, the Comprehensive Plan and development Ordinance No. 23- Page 1 of 32 regulations are subject to continuing review and evaluation, but the Comprehensive Plan may generally be amended only once on an annual basis; and WHEREAS, the Comprehensive Plan may be amended more than once per year under certain circumstances described in RCW 36.70A.130(2)(a) and FWRC 19.80.050(3); and WHEREAS, under RCW 36.70A.130(2)(a) and FWRC 19.80.050(3), the Comprehensive Plan may be amended outside the annual update when such amendment is to the capital facilities element and occurs concurrently with city budget adoption or amendment; and WHEREAS, under FWRC 19.80.050(3)(e) the City Council shall hold the public hearing on an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan capital facilities element that falls outside the annual update process and occurs concurrently with a budget amendment; and WHEREAS, this amendment to the Comprehensive Plan is an amendment to the capital facilities element and is occurring concurrently with city budget amendment; and WHEREAS, the City adopted a Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan ("PROS Plan") on December 3, 1991, and subsequently amended the PROS Plan on November 21, 1995; September 14, 2000; June 29, 2006; January, 2013; and May 21, 2019; and WHEREAS, the PROS Plan is adopted by reference into the capital facilities element of the Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the PROS Plan and capital facilities element are consistent with the GMA as they contain the following components: (a) an inventory showing the location and capacity of existing capital facilities; (b) a forecast of future needs per capital facility; (c) the location and capacity of proposed new or expanded capital facilities; and (d) a six -year capital improvement plan identifying sources of public money to fund these improvements; and WHEREAS, the City is in the process of establishing a park impact fee; and Ordinance No. 23- — Page 2 of 32 WHEREAS, the City desires to add two new future parks to the list of proposed new or expanded capital facilities in the PROS Plan and Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the City also desires to amend the PROS Plan and Comprehensive Plan to specifically enumerate which capital facilities, or portions thereof, are eligible for funding through the newly established park impact fee; and WHEREAS, Washington State Department of Commerce received 60-day notice of the proposal on March 3, 2023 (ID 2023-S-4841); and WHEREAS, on March 31, 2023, the City's SEPA Responsible Official issued a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for this proposal; and WHEREAS, one written public comment was received on this proposal; and WHEREAS, the SEPA Determination was not timely appealed; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing on this proposal on May 16, 2023; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to adopt the proposed Comprehensive Plan and PROS Plan Amendments, as proposed. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings and Conclusions. (a) The proposed Comprehensive Plan and PROS Plan amendments, as set forth in Exhibits `A' and `B', attached hereto, are consistent with the Council vision for the City of Federal Way; will support the establishment and maintenance of parks that are necessary to serve expected future growth; and therefore, bear a substantial relationship to public health, safety, and welfare; are in the best interest of the residents of the City; and are consistent with the requirements of RCW 36.70A, King County Countywide Planning Policies and the unamended portion of the Ordinance No. 23- Page 3 of 32 Comprehensive Plan. Specifically, the proposed Comprehensive Plan and PROS Plan amendments are consistent with the following Comprehensive Plan goals and policies: Capital Facilities Goal 4: Provide adequate funding for capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented. Capital Facilities Policy 25: Pursue funding strategies that require new growth and development to pay its fair share of the cost of facilities that are required to maintain adopted level of service standards. One such strategy that should be implemented in the near term is an impact fee program for parks. Capital Facilities Policy 27: Use the following available contingency strategies should the City be faced with capital facility funding shortfalls: • Increase revenues by selling general obligation bonds, enacting utility taxes, imposing impact fees, and/or raising property tax levy rates. City Center Policy 11: Provide adequate funding for capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented. City Center Goal 16: Develop civic and cultural facilities in addition to a public space and park system within the City Center to meet the needs of residents, employees, and visitors. These facilities and spaces should connect to the Citywide and regional system of public spaces, parks, and trails. PROS Plan Goal D.1; Prepare an impact fee analysis to determine the feasibility of Policy D.2: using an impact fee system for park development and facilities Ordinance No. 23- Page 4 of 32 improvements. (b) The proposed amendments have complied with the appropriate process under state law and the FWRC. Section 2. Comprehensive Plan Amendments Adoption. The 1995 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, as thereafter amended in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022, and 2023, copies of which are on file with the Office of the City Clerk, is amended as set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto. Section 3. Parks. Recreation. and Open Space Plan Amendments Adoption. The 1991 Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan, as thereafter amended in 1995, 2000, 2006, 2013, and 2019, copies of which are on file with the Office of the City Clerk, is amended as set forth in Exhibit B, attached hereto. Section 4. Amendment Authority. The adoption of the Comprehensive Plan amendments above is pursuant to the authority granted by Chapters 36.70A and 35A.63 RCW, and pursuant to Chapter 19.80 FWRC. Section 5. Severability. The provisions of this ordinance are declared separate and severable. The invalidity of any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or portion of this ordinance, or the invalidity of the application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances. Section 6. Savings Clause. The 1995 City of Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, as thereafter amended in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022, and 2023 shall remain in full force and effect until this amendment become operative upon the effective date of this ordinance. Ordinance No. 23- Page 5 of 32 Section 7. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/ clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers, and any references thereto. Section 8. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 9. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force five (5) days after passage and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of 20 ATTEST: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: Ordinance No. 23- Page 6 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Exhibit A The GMA requires that local jurisdictions prepare a transportation chapter as part of the comprehensive plan. The GMA also authorizes jurisdictions to assess impact fees for transportation system improvements that are necessary to accommodate the traffic created by the new development. In order to assess impact fees, the capital facilities plan must include the list of transportation improvements and associated costs that necessitate the impact fees. Discussion related to Transportation -related capital facilities can be found in FWCP Chapter 3, "Transportation." Inventory of Existing Facilities The City of Federal Way adopted the first Park, Recreation, and Open Space Comprehensive Plan in December of 1991. The City updated the plan in 1995, 2000, 2006, and 2012, and 2019. This plan, which is now called the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan, is incorporated by reference. The planning area is based only on the City limits of Federal Way, although the Potential Annexation Area (PAA) is inventoried and discussed. As in previous plans, the Parks Plan has been subdivided into subareas, referred to as Parks Plan Planning Areas (Map VI-3), for purposes of long-range planning. The 2019-2 Parks Plan updated the inventory to include new parks and properties added to the City's system. In addition to City -owned parks and open space, the Parks Plan also lists school district, state, and county facilities, as well as private recreation facilities. Map VI-4 depicts the location of major parks and open space within the Federal Way planning area. Table VT2 summarizes this inventory as of""_r �2019. Table VI-2 Summary of Existing City Park and Recreation Areas Developed Park Land Cate ories Acres 19 Neighborhood Parks.6 108.05 153 Community Parks 34R-18489 70 29 Regional Parks "255 45 12 079-.23 mi Trails Acreage 4--1 22.58 6 Community Facilities 12.85 Total Developed Acreage 888,63 - Open Space Acreage czn.n2n36 16 Total Park Acres 1324444.794-3 When the City incorporated in 1990, there were approximately eight acres of parkland available per 1,000 population in Federal Way. Since that time, the City has purchased additional property and developed new facilities. These include the Lake Killarney Open Space Park, Heritage Woods Neighborhood Park, Wedgewood Neighborhood Park, BPA Revised 20231-5 VI-9 Ordinance No. 23- 1 Exhibit A Page 7 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Trail I, II, and III, Madrona Park, Cedar Grove Park, Laurelwood Neighborhood Park, Brighton Park Open Space, Town Square Park, Klahanee Lake Community Senior Center, Dumas Bay Centre, Celebration Park, Steel Lake Annex facilities, the Community Center, and the Brooklake Community Center. In 2004, Washington State Parks transferred West Hylebos Wetlands Park to the City. King County has also transferred several properties to the City since incorporation. These parks and facilities are described in greater detail in the Parks Plan. In addition to acquiring and developing new facilities, the City has taken administrative actions to take advantage of other available public recreational facilities. The City entered into interlocal agreements with the School District to jointly operate and maintain school recreational facilities. As a result, the City jointly operates and maintains a major community park in conjunction with Saghalie Middle School. Also, the City has agreements to provide recreational programs and schedule play fields at several elementary schools, in addition to middle schools. These facilities are now formally available nights and weekends, year around for use by local residents. As of 20192-, the City was providing 13.462—.5-2 acres of park land per 1,000 population. For purposes of parks planning, the recommended LOS standard in the City's Parks Plan and this Capital Facilities chapter is 10.9 acres of City owned parkland per 1,000 population. The City currently provides 1324.79444-43 acres of parkland, which the City maintains and operates. Of the total 114 1. 1 �1324.79 acres, 888-63rr� acres arei-s developed for recreational use areas and 539.43436.16 acres arees undeveloped. Washington State Parks has a regional park facility partially within the City limits, which residents often use. Dash Point State Park is 398 acres in size, 230 acres of which are located within the City. Dash Point State Park provides a regional (statewide) recreation use for camping, swimming, picnicking, walking trails, and beachfront. The state park land is not included in the City's LOS because the state owns, operates, and maintains this facility. Forecast of Future Needs Revised 20231-5 The 2019-2 Parks Plan states that the inventory of public park and open space land will be adequate to serve both the current and future projected population within the City and PAX However, much of this acreage is un-programmed, undeveloped open space. The primary deficiency, both now and projected, is in improved trails. The 2019-2 Parks Plan makes recommendations based on five Core Values identified through an extensive planning process. -Fear-Five of these relate to capital facilities and include: Core Value #1: Improve Existing Facilities and Provide for Multiple Functions in Parks Core Value #2: Create Community Gathering Places and Destinations Core Value #3: Retain and Improve Open Spaces Core Value #4: Develop a Walking and Biking Community Core Value #5: Provide a Balance of Services for a Diverse Population Capital facilities that respond to these Core Values have been incorporated into the Six - Year CIP. The major efforts planned are shown in Table VI-3. VI-10 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 8 of 32 FWCP — Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Locations & Capacities of Future Facilities Map VI-4 indicates the location of the parks, recreation facilities, and open space subareas the City will need to maintain the adopted LOS. The Parks Plan breaks the planning area into subareas and addresses future facilities at the subarea level. For more details about the type, sizes, and cost of these new facilities, please refer to the 2019-2 Parks Plan. Map VT 4A shows potential locations of public spaces in the City Center. Finance Plan Table VI-3 (Parks Si Capital Improvements Plan, 2019-5-20240) describes the proposed parks projects that will be needed between new aiid the yeaf _ , together with cost estimates programmed by year. Table VI-3 also identifies the revenues that will be available during the same time period to finance these new facilities. Potential funding sources include the City's General Fund, the Parks Capital Fund, the Real Estate Excise Tax (REET), Grants, and Developer Mitigation Fees. Please refer to Chapter 7, "Implementation," of the 2012 City of Federal Way Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan for information on the finance plan. The City biennially updates its Parks & Recreation Capital Improvement Plan. These updates reflect new project priorities, eliminate projects that have been completed, and add new projects to the program. Significant community investments have been made since incorporation to implement the community's vision for Federal Way. In addition to the investments in the surface water, transportation, and parks areas, the City also acquired and improved a basic set of community facilities to house City operations and provide space for community gatherings and recreation. The City acquired Dumas Bay Centre (a conference and retreat facility) in 1993. Strong local support in community recreation and arts activities translated into the City Council's adoption of a 2% For the Arts ordinance to provide funding for arts in public places in 1994, and the construction of the 234-seat Knutzen Family Theatre in 1998. City Hall, which consolidates most City administrative offices, Police, and the Municipal Court in one facility, was acquired in 2003. The City began construction of a new 72,000 square foot Community Center in the fall of 2005. Construction was completed in early 2007. The facility houses Recreation and Cultural Services staff, and includes athletic and community facilities suitable for a wide variety of events and programs. Revised 202315 Source: City of Federal Way VI-11 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 9 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Table VI-3 Parks Six VeaF Capital Improvements Plane Estimated Funding Sources Funding Sources T- of Real Estate Excise Taxi Misc. Transfers} Grants/Anticipated 57-5 Mitigation Funds Received 4-72 General Fund 9 Capita] Project Fund Bonds/Levies Reserve Fund Dumas BU Centre Fund Impact Fees Total 3,447 . . ........ . . ........ ©� OEM _ MUM all I Revised 202315 VI-12 Ordinance No. 23-_ , Exhibit A Page 10 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities smear►' 000 i i i WRT Table Vi-3.1— Parks infili List Location Type Year Cost PIF Elis4bility PIF-Eligible Cost Adelaide Formalize picnic areas/install picnic 2033 $167,000 18.05% $30,147 shelters (2) Alderbrook Park Playground Replacement 2023 150 000 18.05% 27 078 Alderdale park Playground Replacement 2027 150 000 18.05% 27 078 BPA Add a fitness trail and 2026 J14a,000 18.05% 25 814 equipment BPA Repair asphalttrail 2030-2040 - 0.00% - BPA Install monument sin 2028 7 000 18.05% 1 264 BPA Install directional kgnagelwayfinding 2030 $12,000 18.05% 2 166 Brooklake Demo Hall & Green Storage Buildings 2023 8 000 0.00% - Brooklake Electricai in r� ades 2023 20 000 18.05% 3 610 Brooklake Facilit Feasibilit Assessment - Master Plan 2023 4 000 18.05% 722 Cedar Grove Playground Replacement 2031 JIZ2,000 18.05% 31 591 Park Celebration Convert To Artificial 2032 $11,500,000 18.05% $2,075,971 Turf Celebration Sand based turf replacement 2026 500 000 18.05% jaQ,260 Celebration Replace field fence 2035 $119,000 0.00% -_ Celebration Playground Replacement 2024 450 000 18.05% 81 234 park City Hall add ADA door control 2023 60 000 18.05% $10,831 @ Court_Entry City Hall Card control replacementlupErade 2027 125 000 18.05% 22 565 Revised 20231-5 VI-13 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 11 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost City Hall Carpet replacement 2027 $250,000 0.00% - City Hall City Hall Water Heaters (51 2028 $75,000 0.00% - City Hall Court bench refurbish 2025 8 500 0.00% City Hall Elevator 2024 $185,000 0.00% - City Hall HVAC 2025 400 000 0.00% - City Hall Reception Counters. - 2026 10 000 0.00% - replace Formica City Hall Roof replacement 2026 500 000 0.00% - City Hall Security Fence Around Entire PIE Parcel Lot 2024 75 000 18.05% 13 539 City Hall Sidewalk ADA upgrades 2023-2027 JZ4Q,000 0.00% - Coronado Park Playground Replacement 2028 150 000 18.05% 27 078 Fisher Pond Prepare master plan 2028 12 000 18.05% JLjL6 Fisher Pond Install picnic shelter 2030 $83,000 18.05% 114,983 Fisher Pond Decommission on -site 2030 12 000 0.00% - well French Lake Develop/Install Shelter 2028 60 000 18.05% 10 831 FWCC Exercise Equipment full replace 2026 150 000 0.00% FWCC Locker Rooms/Cabanas Restoration 2023 $250,000 0.00% - FWCC Replace Pool Water Slide/PlaySlide/Play E ui ment 2023 $1,200,000 0.00% - FWCC Re -plaster Lap Pool 2027 $400,000 0.00% - FWCC PooV [iide repairs 2023 $298,000 0.00% - FWCC Replace pool and play 2023 60,000 0.00% - equipment FWCC Outdoor areas 2033 119 000 18.05% $21,48Z Revised 202315 VI-14 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 12 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities PIF PIF-Eligible Location Type Year Cost Eligibility Cost Heritage Playground Wooer Replacement 2029 175 000 18.05% 111,591 Lake Grove Playground Park Replacement 2032 $200,000 18.05% 36 104 Parking Lot Lakota Replacement 2023 $170,000 0.00% - U pgrade soccer field_ Lakota to artificial turf 2021 $1,489,000 18.05% $268,793 Upgrade running Lakota track to rubber 2021 $238,000 18.05% $42,964 Lakota Upgrade field lighting 2032 893 000 18.05 $161,204 Upgrade restrooms Lakota and increase parking 2032 $953,000 18.05% 172 O35 Laurelwood Prepare master plan 2025 36 000 118.05% 6 499 Perform master plan Laurelwood improvements 2027-2037 - 18.05% - install 1/2 basketball Laurelwood court 2030 60 000 18.05% 10 831 Madrona Playground Park Replacement 2030 $175,000 18.05% 111,591 Replace and improve playground Mirror Lake 2020 143 000 18.05% 25 814 Complete sign Monument implementation Signs program 2023-2033 Ig,000 18.05% 11665 Olympic Formalize Joe's Creek social trail View 2035 - 18.05% - Improve Olympic neighborhood View entrances i6} 2035 36 000 18.05% 6 499 Olympic install 1/2 basketball court View 2030 60 000 18.05% 10 831 Olympic Playground View Park Replacement 2025 JIZ5 000 18.05% 22 565 Repair/replace asphalt basketball Palisades court 2028 $6,000 0.00% 18.05% - 14 983 Palisades Install picnic shelter 2030 T-�q3 O00 Palisades Playground Park Replacement 2026 200 000 18.05% 36 104 Artificial turf Sacaiawea replacement - SAC 2026 700 000 0.00% - Revised 202315 VI-15 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 13 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities PIF PIF-Eligible Cost Location Type Year Cost Eligibility Natural Turf Replacement_. Sacaiawea ballfields 2023 300 000 0.00% - Renovate Ballfield Sacaiawea Drainage 2024 50 000 0.00% _ Replace Rubber Sacaiawea running track 2024 340 000 0.00% Tennis Court Sacaiawea Replacement 2025 200 000 0.00% _ Wood Pole Sacaiawea Replacement 2029 $150,000 0.00% - Replace water service line Sacaiawea 2028 18 000 0.00% New restroom - Sacaiawea sewer lift station 2035 89 000 18.05% 16 066 Sacaiawea Install picnic shelter 2030 IL3,000 18.05% 14,983 Parking lot lighting improvements (LEW at Sacaiawea Park, Saghalie Park, Steel Lake Park, and Steel Safety & Security Lake Annex 2028 _ 18.05% - Install security cameras in parkinjq lots at 5eaia a Sacaiawea Park, Saghalie Park, Steel Lake Park, and Safety & Security Steel Lake Annex 2028 - 18.05% Artificial turf replacement - Soccer Field Saghalie 2032 600 000 0.00% - Tennis Court Saghalie Renovation/Resurface 2025 40 000 0.00% - Replace Rubber 5a halie running track 2023-2032 $505,000 18.05% $91,162 Install artificial turf on football field 5a halie 2035 1429 0 WO 18.05% 257 962 Renovate basketball courts Sa�ghahe 2026 71000 0.00% - Saghalie Overlay parking lot 2028 48 000 0.00% _- Develop a master Steel Lake plan 2033 1112,000 18.05% 26 897 Revised 202315 VI-16 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 14 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Location Type Year Cost PIF EIi&IIbility PIF-Eligible Cost Steel Lake +eataflnstall new shelters iSites 2-51 2028-2033 292 000 18.05% 52 712 Steel Lake Re -pipe annex and 2026 238 000 0.00% - beach house restrooms Steel Lake Annex Artificial Turf Replacement_- Karl 2032 700 000 0.00% - Grosch Steel Lake Annex Parking Lot Repairs 2024 $10,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Park Artificial turf - Site #5 2032 1 300 000 18.05% $234,675 Steel Lake Park Dock Replacement 2027 $1,250,000 0.00% Steel Lake Shop New Maintenance Shop {Parks Share, 33/ 2032 $11,666,667 18.05% $2,106,058 Steel Lake Shop Shop - Backup ower 2025 40,000 18.05% 7 221 generator Steel Lake S, hop Shop - Electrical Service - new garrei 2024 7 500 18.05% 1 354 Steel Lake Shop Shop Roof 2026 75 000 18.05% 11a,539 Steel Lake Shop Storage House - New 2024 7 000 18.05% 1 264 Garage Doors Steel Lake Shop Storage House Roof 2024 20 000 18.05% 3 610 Town Square Install shade covers 2025 89 000 18.05% 16 066 Town S.guare Install 2nd shelter 2030 83 000 18.05% 14 983 Town Square Band shell 2028 - 18.05% - Town Square Veteran memorial 2025 - 18.05% _ Wayfinding Signs Implementation of wayfinding_sgna�e 2030-2040 - 18.05% - program Wedgewood Replace anti improve 2019 167,000 18.05% 30,147 playground West H Iy ebos Renovate caretaker 2033 112,000 0.00% - access road Revised 20231-5 VI-17 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 15 of 32 FWCP - Chapter Six, Capital Facilities Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost West Hylebos Make parking lots repairs 2025 48 000 0.00% - West H Iy ebos Expand parking lot 2033 $149,000 18.05% 26 897 West H Iv ebos Replace maintenance 2030 J8 000 0.00% - aramie Wildwood Repair asphalt trailea 2026 $12,000 0.00% - Wildwood Upgrade park fixture 2035 12 000 18.05% 2 166 Total $44,256,667 $6,325,243 Table VI-3.2 — Parks Expansion List Location Type Year Community 2027- Park 2031 Community 2027- Park 2031 Cost PIF _ElAiibility PIF-Eligible Cost 5,500,000 11,000,000 Downtown $ 5,500,000 100% I 100% Park Expansion South Light Rail Station 11,000,000 Park - -F - Total $ 16,500,000 $ 16,500,000 Revised 202345 VI-18 Ordinance No. 23- , Exhibit A Page 16 of 32 Exhibit B Potential Funding Sources This section provides an overview of potential funding sources to fund projects identified in this chapter. All funding sources discussed below will be considered when determining a budget for a project. A combination of several sources is typically used to fund projects. City General Fund General Funds from the City are allocated to the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department. Capital Project Fund — Parks The Capital Project Fund provides for the acquisition or construction of park facilities except for those facilities financed by proprietary and trust funds. The major source of revenue for this Fund is general obligation bond proceeds, grants from other agencies, local taxes and contributions from other funds. All park costs associated with acquisitions, improvements, issuance of bonds, and other costs shall be paid by this Fund. This funding source is tied to the City's 2-year budget cycle. Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) As a city planning under the Washington State Growth Management Act, Federal Way receives REET funds which are generally used for capital projects as described under state law. A REET is derived from a modest tax on the sales of real property within the City. As of January 1, 2018, the City's REET rate was 0.5 percent.' Voter -approved Bonds/Levies Voter -approved General obligation bonds can be used for acquisition or development and are typically repaid through an annual property tax levy through the maturity period of the bonds. General obligation bonds typically mature in 15 to 20 years. Councilmanic Bonds Bonds issued by the City Council. This type of bond does not require citizen vote but must be paid out of the City's annual operating budget. Developer Mitigation Fees These are fees imposed by the City for park land acquisition and development. This is a funding source derived from mitigation monies required through SEPA (State Environmental Protection Act) environmental review of development projects located within the City. For example, residential subdivisions are required to provide open space for 15 percent of the gross land area of the subdivision. Many developers provide a fee to the City in -lieu of constructing parks. Mitt ati fees mbist b Rt WithiA the o� � PlaRRiRg Area where the qFepesed de„elepmeRtAl_106 tom_ Grants The City pursues a number of grant funding sources to augment funding available for capital projects. 'Washington State Department of Revenue, https://dor.wa.gov/legacy/Docs/forms/ReaIEstExcsTx/ RealEstExTXRates.pdf Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 17 of 32 One of the primary sources of State grant funding is through the Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). RCO administers several grant programs for recreation and habitat conservation purposes including: • Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account (ALEA) • Boating Facilities Program (BFP) • Boating Infrastructure Grant Program (BIG) • Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program (ESRP) • Farmland Preservation • Forestland Preservation • Firearms and Archery Range Recreation Program (FARR) • Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP) • Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) • Marine Shoreline Protection (MSP) • No Child Left Inside (NCLI) • Non -highway and Off -Road Vehicle Activities Program (NOVA) • Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration Fund (PSAR) • Recreational Trails Program (RTP) • Salmon Recovery • Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) • Youth Athletic Facilities (YAF) Annexations/Transfers The City's Potential Annexation Area (PAA) east of I-S has several park facilities that would likely become part of the Federal Way park and open space system when this area is annexed to the City. Path and Trails Reserve Fund The purpose of the Path and Trails Reserve Fund is to accumulate unexpended proceeds of the motor vehicle fuel tax receipts, which are legally restricted to the construction, and maintenance of paths and trails within City street rights -of -way. This fund must transfer such accumulated receipts back to a street construction/maintenance-oriented fund when specific projects have been defined. Dumas Bay Centre Fund Established as an Enterprise Fund, this fund specifically accounts for the revenues and expenses related to the acquisition, capital improvements, maintenance and operations of the Dumas Bay Centre and Knutzen Family Theatre. The intent of the fund is to recover, primarily through user charges, the costs (expenses, depreciation) of providing services to the general public on a continuing basis. Impact Fees Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. Exhibit B Page 18 of 32 21n 023, AT -he City `n-es. ReA eF4I., have S aet fees. : he City will analyze the financii ada ted a eark Impact Fee. Consistent with state law, the Park Impact Fee will be imposed for systerrn improvements that are reasonably related to the new development, will not exceed a proportionate share of the costs of system improvements -that -are reason�bly_related to the new development. and will be used for system improvements that will reasonably benefit the new development Park Acquisition, Development and Renovation At times unexpected opportunities occur to purchase land or develop a project that has not been identified in this plan or listed in the Capital Improvements Plan. In those circumstances, the following criteria may be used to evaluate the property or project as an aid in decision -making. Staff may assess the situation using these criteria, identify potential funding sources, and present the findings to the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City Council for consideration. 1. Responds to an important gap in the park system or an urgent need or opportunity such as geographic location or unique circumstances not otherwise provided. Also may conform to legal contractual mandate. 2. Documented need for the project is based on evidence of unsanitary conditions, health and safety code violation, visible deterioration, and/or injuries. 3. Funding availability for the capital project as well as maintenance and operation is available or potential for leveraging 50% of the project costs from other sources. 4. Deferring the project will have negative implications for future park and recreation use or other capital projects within the City. 5. Implements the Parks and Recreation and Open Space Plan, the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan, or other adopted plans. In order for acquisition, development, or renovation to be considered, the majority of these criteria need to be met. c:,._..ear Capital improvement Plan The Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan is a planning document that is integrally tied to the City's Comprehensive Plan and the City's 6 yeas Capital Improvement Plan. The s+x-yea capital improvement plan for parks (Table 7-2) will focus on the near and mid-term actions identified in this chapter. Funding for projects in the Capital Improvement Plan are considered along with the preparation and approval of the City's biennial budget process. The biennium budget's first year begins on odd years. Pee ^ pie the current budget c ,role «'nrt'-'n'Q. The City Council identifies goals and objectives for the operating and capital budgets in even years. The Parks Commission will review staff updates of the Park Capital Improvement Plan at a public meeting to receive comment and weigh priorities. After the public process, Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 19 of 32 the Parks Capital Improvement Plan is forwarded to City Council for funding along with the proposed biennium budget for the City. TABLE 7.2: 5-yea"apital Improvement Plan — Infill List Location Type Year Cost PIF EGgitsiiity PIF-Eligible Cost Adelaide Formalize_ picnic_ areas/install picnic 2033 167 0 18.05% shelters I2] JK,147 Alderbrook Park Playground Re lacement 2023 150,000 18.05% $27,078 Alderdale park Playground 2027 150,000 18.05% 127,078 BPA -Replacement Add a fitness trail and 2026 143,�000 18.05% a ui ment JL,814 BPA Repair asphalt trail 2030- 2040 0.00% - - BPA Install monument si n 2028 7,000 18.05% 1264 BPA Install directional signagehMayfLuding 2030 12,000 18.05% ILL66 Brooklake Demo Hall & Green 2023 S 8,000 0.00% - Stora a Buildin s Brooklake Electrical upgrades 2023 20,000 .18.05% ILL Brooklake Fa ci I ity/Feasi bi I ity Assessment - Master 2023 4, 000 18.05% Plan SZ22 Cedar Grove Park Playground Re lacement 2031 175,000 18.05% In 591 Celebration Convert To Artificial 2032 11,500,000 18.05% $2,075,971 Tura Celebration Sand based turf replacement 2026 500.000 18.05% JK 260 Celebration Replace field fence 2035 119,000 0.00% - Celebration ark Playground Replacement 2024 450.000 18.05% lal.234 ® Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. Exhibit B Page 20 of 32 Location Tvpe Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost City Hall add ADA door control V Court Entfy 2023 60,000 18.05% S10.831 Cit Hall Card control re lacement u rade 2027 125,000 18.05% 22 565 Cit Hall Carpet replacement 2027 250,000 0.00% - City Hall City Hall Water Heaters(5) 2028 75 000 0.00% - Cit Hall Court bench refurbish 2025 8,500 0.00% - QLy Hall Elevator 2024 185,000 0.00% - Cit Hall HVAC 2025 400,000 0.00% - Cit Hall Reception Counters - 2026 10,0 00 0.00% replace Formica - Cit Hall Roof replacement 2026 500,000 0.00% Cit Hall Security Fence Around Entire PIE 2024 75,000 18.05% Parcel/Lot 13 539 Cit Hall Sidewalk ADA u rades 2023- 2027 240,000 0.00% - Coronado Park Playground Replacement 2028 150,000 18.05% $27,078 Fisher Pond Prepare master plan 2028 12, 000 18.05% ILL66 Fisher Pond Install picnic shelter. 2030 83 000 18.05% 114 983 Fisher Pond Decommission on - 2030 2028 12 000 60.000 0.00% 18.05% site well - French Lake Developllnstall Shelter S10,831 FWCC Exercise Equipment 2026 0.00% Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 21 of 32 Location jWe Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost full re lace 150,000 - FWCC Locker Rooms/Cabanas Restoration 2023 25 0000 0.00% - FWCC Replace Pool Water Slide/PlaySlide/Play Equipment 2023 1,200,000 0.00% - FWCC Re -plaster Lap Pool 2027 400,000 0.00% - FWCC Pool slide repairs 2023 298,000 0.00% FWCC Replace pool and play equipment 2023 60,000 0.00% - FWCC Outdoor areas 2033 119,000 18.05% 111,482 Heritage Woods park Playground Replacement 2029 175,000 18.05% 111591 Lake Grove Park Playground_ I Replacement 2032 200,000 18.05% 36104 Lakota Parking Lot Replacement 2023 170,000 0.00% - Lakota Upgrade soccer field 2021 .1,489,000 18.05% JaEa,.793 to artificial turf Lakota Upgrade running_ track to rubber 2021 238. 000 18.05% 42 964 Lakota Upgrade field liahtina 2032 893,000 18.05% jjkj2 4 Lakota Upgrade restrooms 2032 953,000 18.05% and increase parking 172 035 Laurelwood Pre are master -plan 2025 36,000 18.05% 99 Laurelwood Perform master plan 2027- .2037 18.05% improvements - - Laurelwood Install 1/2 basketball 2030 60000 18.05% court JIL831 Madrona Park Playground Replacement 2030 175,000 18.05% 31 591 IM Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 22 of 32 Location ape Year Cost P[F Eligibility PIF-ElIgible_Cos_t Mirror Lake Replace and improve 0 18.05% la 814 Monument Si g ns Complete sign implementation program 2023- 2033 48,000 18.05% 8 665 Olympic View Formalize Joe's Creek 2035 18.05% social trail - - Olympic View I m prove neighborhood entrances (6) 2035 36,000 18.05% 5 499 Olympic View Install 112 basketball 2030 60,Q0.0 18.05% court 10 831 Olympic View Park Playground Replacement. 2025 125,000 18.05% 12L2 5 55 Palisades Repair/replace asphalt basketball 2028 6,000 0.00% court - Palisades Install picnic shelter 2030 83,000 18.05% 14 983 Palisades Park Playground Rerflacement 2026 200,000 18.05% 36 104 Saca awea Artificial turf replacement - SAC 2026 700,000 0.00% - S cajawea Natural Turf Replacement [ballfieldsl 2023 300,000 0.00% - Saca"awea Renovate Ballfield Qraina e 2024 50,000 0.00% - Sacamawea Replace Rubber runnin track 2024 340.000 0.00% - Saca avvea Tennis Court Replacement 2025 200,000 0.00% - Saca'awea Wood Pole Replacement 2029 150,000 0.00% - Saco awes Replace water service 2028 18,000 0.00% line - ImFederal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. Exhibit B Page 23 of 32 Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost Sacaiawea New restroom - sewer lift station 2035 89,000 18.05% JILD66 Saca'awea Install picnic shelter 2030 83 000 18.05% 114 983 Safely & Security Parking lot lighting improvements (LED) 2028 18.05% at Sacajawea Park, Saghaiie Park, Steel Lake Park, and Steel Lake Annex - Safe1y & agLumdty Install security cameras in parking 2028 18.05% lots at Sacajawea Park, Saghalie Park, Steel Lake Park, and Steel Lake Annex - - Sa halie Artificial turf replacement -_ Soccer _ 2032 1 600,000 0.00% Field - Sa halie Tennis Court Renovation/Resurface 2025 40,000 0.00% - Sa halie Replace Rubber runnin track 2023- 2032 2035 505,000 1.429,000 18.05% 18.05% 91162 Sa halie Install artificial turf on football field 25 962 Sa halie Renovate basketball 2026 71,000 0.00% courts - Sa halie Overlay Larkin lot 2028 48,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Develop a master plan 2033 149,000 18.05% 26 897 Steel Lake Install new shelters [Sites 2-51 2028- 2033 292,000 18.05% $52,712 Steel Lake Re -pipe annex and beach house restrooms 2026 238,000_ 10.00% - Steel Lake Artificial Turf 2032 0.00% Im Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 24 of 32 Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost Annex Replacement- Karl Grosch 700,000 Steel Lake Annex Parking Lot Repairs 2024 10,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Park Artificial turf - Site #5 2032 1,300,000 18.05% 234 675 Steel Lake Park Dock Replacement 2027 1.250.000 0.00% Steel Lake Shop New Maintenance Shop Parks Share 2032 11,666,667 18.05% S2.106,058 33%) Steel Lake Shog Shop - Backup power 2025 40,000 18.05% g nerator $7,221 Steel Lake Shop Shop-: Electrical Service - new panel 2024 7,500 18.05% $1,354 Steel Lake Shop 5 o Roof 2026 75,000 18.05% 13 539 Steel Lake5hop Storage House - New 2024 7,000 18.05% Garage Doors 1 264 Steel Lake Shon Storage House Roof 2024 20,000 18.05% 3 610 Town Square Install shade covers 2025 89,000 18.05% 66 IIE .0 Town S uare Install 2nd shelter 2030 83,000 18.05% 14983. Town Square Band shell 2028 18.05% - - Town Square Veteran memorial 2025 18.05% - - Wayfinding 2ns Implementation of wayfindingsignage pjggram 2030- 2040 18.05% - - Wed ewood Replace and improve 2019 167,00p_ 18.05% la round JN 147 LT fFederal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 25 of 32 Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost West H lebos Renovate caretaker 2033 12.000 0.00% access road - West H lebos Make parking lots 2025 4 0000 0.00% re airs - West H lebos Expand arkin lot 2033 1 149,000 18.05% 126,897 West H lebos Replace maintenance 2030 89.000 0.00% 2aLaqg - Wildwood Repair asphalt trail 2026 12,000 0.00% - Wildwood I Upgrade park fixture 2035 12.000 18.05% 2 166 Total $44,256.667 6 325 243 ABLb 1.5: L.ap1taI ImproyfzmenT. man — itxpanslon LIST Location Type Year Cost PIF Eligibility PIF-Eligible Cost Downtown Park Expansion Community Park 2027- 2031 $ 5,500,000 100% $ 5,500,000 South Light Rail Station Park Community Park 2027- 2031 11,000,000 100% 11000 000 77 Total 16,500,000 5 16,500,000 Cs4:rxame444;�{dsllaIts in tha0!5aAds Whan fetal GiFanW Fling Fejec-t- Wejeet Deserfptien 2010 2920 2021 2922 2023 2024 Available C-est {,eta }„Upgrade seEce �,+f«.�I9A9999 system #i2lds ;z and 8 to a 299 E.+;f*Eial t144 Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. Exhibit B Page 26 of 32 D ... iv #eRre a 99 449 c >hH &hekeF w I Ir ade SGEEB tuft +. .-I. +..--- bhP- �g i 249 Upgrade lr,h,i,g79 79 Wpffade 999 Pa r1. 999 Rep! e E7e!ia.,atn .uhher 2-99 2-99 �rainage light pele5 P, ate to 4-2-5 42-5 seweF 104 statmen 7-5 I R r+I�rr✓miic �9--1-goI1 ]( 5%Qitp� ea I / ;9-Y99r ea Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 27 of 32 Defiffip iar► 20-W 292A 2021 2022 202; 4AAw} 6rants� FuRdmRq 2024 ANailab'e Total - Project cost Replace }s -max# 698 l'1"15'CCFITL'frLYM bA9 CTPT turf OR f. etball C1..........i.. rr �hh9; 20 9 2-99 `die ReRGVate— 60 499 Reply restmem r� G fS (2 a-�9 a-ag let Rr. r.k.. _ H;aire 7l YS$ Ps2n Ca ea Re pipe aRReX Steel. I—ake and beach house errs 2-99 -200 if a the swIm i 2-59 42-50 eeveFs Te..,., Install 2.,.J shelter 0 Square 49a ea R_-;I A H_ S;h 2 2 VeteraR meMeRal 2 Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 28 of 32 aAihpn Total Noject Qeseripti&R GFaRW Funding 2019 2020 2021 2023 2923 2024 AvaiEable PFejeet C-g6t i 4-9 4-9 Read Make .,arL:Rg I.,k West u„ leb% FePaI55 49 49 - let Replace tee- garage 7-5 75 .. .Ib Adelaode m /w.,s+-,II .. shelters (2 Tv'rvcT ea 'r�'rvvT ea Dr.pare master 1� Pe.rfe.rm master eRts 2 7 IRstall rermalmitey le Creek secual trawl 2 2 . I TT'pe r'aeighber#eed -49 -39 'A Da rl aril �_ a5phalt b;;Sirah� l l I.,s+I irrr�.ml pic=c=pk- &hel#-e; -ro--TvoT ea 79--i-9o7( ea Rem 4-9 49 #a4 �44 49 as Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. Exhibit B Page 29 of 32 Qp�ik-���Ei15 ptaR IRstall PiERiE Shel#fF n. wpll %NArk with +ri istees and special h ;hm, pFepeFty beceme 2'dawI;;hIe esi+t:�at�dciilar� in ,atatl5 � aAfhpn Total FURdiR6 deject 29 2020 2021 22 2M 2024 Available cost -19 40 :70 i 00f 70- ea a AAA ea 4-9 4-0 2 2 SuppeFt pmpeFty- 2 2 .,tS eF ethELF ��ajl�FE►6}FIf�S Replaee am r��2F�F6A� PF4 r 5 P4yqFG6�R4 r IeIgFati r �� �� Vie- 298 200 #4Y9faw4+d r__-- - - PaF c Jr Fewe 4-2-9 0aYffKA+PI4 Rep! 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Figures will be evaluated and updated during each budget cycle. Federal Way Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan Ordinance No. , Exhibit B Page 32 of 32 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: TM& U '?jp•'L; ITEM #: 10C CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: PARK IMPACT FEE POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council authorize the implementation of a Park Impact Fee? COMMITTEE: LUTC MEETING DATE: May 1, 2023 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Jason Gerwen, Parks Depu!y Director DEPT: Parks & Recreation Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Ordinance Options Considered: 1. Adopt the proposed ordinance. 2. Do not adopt the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: / �I'i Z� 23 //Zj� IRECTOR APPROVAL. r'piaieitGCe Cann f �,�' In�tiaE a ! Initial/Date Initial/Date A COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed ordinance to First Reading on May 16, 2023. I•xr11,4 "Z -4eA via- � Co mitt Chair : i Co i ember Committee Member COUNCIL MOTION(S): FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE MAY 16, 2023: "I move to forward the proposed ordinance to the June 6, 2023, Council Meeting for second reading and enactment. " SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE lone,6, 2023: "I move approval of the proposed ordinance. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: 5/10/2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: John Hutton, Parks Director & Jason H. Gerwen, Deputy Parks DirectorVo SUBJECT: Park Impact Fees Background Information: There are two adjustments to the previous draft ordinance regarding the implementation and adoption of Park Impact Fees pursuant to Title 19 FWRC. 1. Parks Impact Fees associated with commercial developments, they will be implemented at $0 until 2030 at which time the fee can be reevaluated. 2. Park Impact Fees will be calculated at time of application for a two-year period. An updated final report dated May 10, 2023, is attached which describes in detail the proposed PIF policy methodology and technical analysis. Rev. 7/18 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: 5/l/2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: John Hutton, Parks Director & Jason H. Gerwen, Deputy Parks Director SUBJECT: Ordinance: Park Impact Fee Financial Impacts: The revenue to the City generated by implementing a Park Impact Fee will be variable and will be credited to the Parks Department, creating a new budget line. There is no cost to the City to receive these funds. Back round Information: The City of Federal Way Parks Department proposes to establish a Park Impact Fee ("PIF") to help fund parks projects that are necessary to serve and mitigate impacts from future growth in the City. In order to facilitate the creation of a PIF, the proposed Ordinance amends Title 19 (Zoning and Development) of Federal Way Revised Code to include a new Park Impact Fee chapter similar to existing zoning code chapters pertaining to other types of impact fees (Transportation and School impact fees). The Parks Department believes that adoption of a PIF is in the best interest of the citizens of Federal Way because the Parks Department has historically been underfunded resulting in the City falling behind in new development and expansion of parks, open space, and recreation capital facilities. Without a PIF, tax payers will continue to unfairly bear the burden of additional demand on the Parks system as a result of growth and development. As a result, the Parks Department is in need of a dedicated funding source to ensure the Parks Department can provide system improvements which will have a positive effect on the community for generations. In order to form the basis for determining and calculating an appropriate PIF in the City, the Parks Department entered into a Professional Services Agreement with the Financial Consulting Solutions Group ("FCS Group") in August, 2022, to study and provide policy analysis, technical analysis, and policy solutions for the implementation of a park impact fee on residential and non-residential developments. FCS Group's scope of services included multiple tasks. Tasks started with policy analysis to identify policy options available to the City. Technical analysis included: estimating existing and future customer base, eligible cost of existing projects, eligible cost of planned projects, Rev. 7/18 calculating an impact fee schedule and funding plan. Additionally, FCS Group supported staff in developing the draft ordinance and draft report. They are tasked with delivering a final report once we have gone through the City Council process. This non -project action has been through State Environmental Policy Act ("SEPA") review which was issued on February 24, 2023 as a procedural action that contains no substantive changes respecting the use or modification of the environment. The SEPA comment period closed on March 10, 2023, with no comments received. The SEPA appeal process ended on March 31, 2023 with no comments received. The Planning Commission conducted a duly noticed public hearing on these code amendments on April 5, 2023. The City received two comments via letter that were entered as part of the record of said hearing. The hearing concluded with the Planning Commission voting unanimously to forward the proposed Park Impact Fee ordinance to City Council with a recommendation of adoption. The Land Use & Transportation Committee of the City Council will review these code amendments on May 1, 2023. Rev. 7/18 ORDINANCE NO.23- AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, relating to the establishment of a Park Impact Fee; adding a new Chapter 19.92 to Title 19 of the Federal Way Revised Code, including sections 19.92.010, 19.92.020, 19.92.030, 19.92.040, 19.92.050, 19.92.060, 19.92.070, 19.92.080, 19.92.090, 19.92.100, 19.92.110, 19.92.120, 19.92.130, 19.92.140,19.92.150, and 19.92.160. WHEREAS, the City recognizes the need to periodically modify Title 19 of the Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC"), "Zoning and Development Code," in order to conform to state and federal law, codify administrative practices, clarify and update zoning regulations as deemed necessary, and improve the efficiency of the regulations and the development review process; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that new growth and development in the City will create additional demand and need for public facilities; and WHEREAS, the City is authorized by Chapter 82.02 RCW to require new growth and development within the City to pay a proportionate share of the cost of new facilities to serve such new development activity through the assessment of impact fees; and WHEREAS, the impact fees assessed pursuant to Chapter 82.02 RCW must be based upon a showing that new growth and development creates additional demand and need for public facilities, that the impact fees do not exceed a proportionate share of the costs of such additional public facilities, and that the fees are spent for facilities reasonably related to the new growth and development; and WHEREAS, the City is authorized by Chapter 82.02 RCW to also impose impact fees for system improvement costs previously incurred by the City to the extent that new growth and development will be served by the previously constructed improvements; and WHEREAS, RCW 82.02.090(7) specifically authorizes cities to assess impact fees for Ordinance No. 23- Page I of 38 publicly owned parks, open space, and recreation facilities; and WHEREAS, impact fees may be collected and spent only for system improvements that are included within the capital facilities element of the City Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the City has adopted a list of parks, recreation, and open space capital facilities in the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan ("PROS Plan"); and WHEREAS, the PROS Plan is adopted by reference into the capital facilities element of the Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the Parks Department has historically been underfunded resulting in the City falling behind in new development and expansion of parks, open space, and recreation capital facilities; and WHEREAS, the Parks Department is therefore in need of a dedicated funding source to ensure the Parks Department can provide system improvements which will have a positive effect on the community for generations; and WHEREAS, without a park impact fee, the tax payers would unfairly bear the burden of additional demand on the Parks system as a result of future growth and development; and WHEREAS, the City has conducted extensive research and analysis documenting the impact of new growth and development on public parks, open space, and recreation facilities, and has prepared a Park Impact Fee Study (on file with the Federal Way Parks Department and attached as Exhibit A to this Ordinance) that incorporates policy and technical analysis regarding the need for and calculation of a park impact fee; and WHEREAS, the Park Impact Fee Study utilizes a methodology for calculating park impact fees which fulfills all of the requirements of RCW 82.02.060(1); and WHEREAS, this Ordinance contains provisions which fully comply with the requirements Ordinance No. 23- Page 2 of 38 of RCW 82.02.060(5)—(7); and WHEREAS, based on the Park Impact Fee Study and other relevant information, the Council has determined that the City is composed of a single service area for purposes of assessing transportation impact fees consistent with RCW 82.02.060(9); and WHEREAS, the Park Impact Fee Study recommended the implementation of a park impact fee; and WHEREAS, the Council finds that it is in the public interest, and consistent with the intent and purposes of the Growth Management Act, RCW 36.70A, for the City to adopt park impact fees which are uniform to the greatest extent practicable; and WHEREAS, this non -project action has been through SEPA review as a procedural action that contains no substantive changes respecting the use or modification of the environment and closed on March 10, 2023, with no comments or appeals received; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission conducted a duly noticed public hearing on this code amendment on April 5, 2023, and voted unanimously to forward the Park Impact Fee code amendments to the City Council without modification; and WHEREAS, the Land Use & Transportation Committee of the City Council of the City of Federal Way reviewed this code amendment on May 1, 2023; and WHEREAS, this ordinance, containing amendments to development regulations and the text of Title 19 FWRC, has complied with Process VI review, Chapter 19.80 FWRC, pursuant to FWRC 19.35.010. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings. The City Council of the City of Federal Way makes the following Ordinance No. 23- Page 3 of 38 findings with respect to the proposed amendment. (a) The recitals set forth above are hereby adopted and restated as findings of fact. This code amendment is in the best interest of the residents of the City because it will provide the Parks Department with a dedicated funding source which will help ensure the Parks Department can provide system improvements to benefit new development and will benefit the City as a whole by ensuring sufficient public parks, recreation, and open space facilities are available for the citizens of the City. (b) This code amendment complies with Chapter 36.70A RCW, Growth Management. (c) This code amendment is consistent with the intent and purpose of its title under FWRC and will implement and is consistent with the applicable provisions of the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan as described in Section 2 below. (d) This code amendment bears a substantial relationship to, and will protect and not adversely affect, the public health, safety, and welfare. FWRC. (e) This code amendment has followed the proper procedures required under the Section 2. Conclusions. Pursuant to Chapter 19.80 FWRC and Chapter 19.35 FWRC, and based upon the recitals and the findings set forth in Section 1, the Federal Way City Council makes the following Conclusions of Law with respect to the decisional criteria necessary for the adoption of the proposed amendment: (a) The proposed FWRC amendment is consistent with, and substantially implement, the following Federal Way Comprehensive Plan goals and policies: Capital Facilities Goal 4: Provide adequate funding for capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented. Ordinance No. 23- Page 4 of 38 Capital Facilities Policy 25: Pursue funding strategies that require new growth and development to pay its fair share of the cost of facilities that are required to maintain adopted level of service standards. One such strategy that should be implemented in the near term is an impact fee program for parks. Capital Facilities Policy 27: Use the following available contingency strategies should the City be faced with capital facility funding shortfalls: • Increase revenues by selling general obligation bonds, enacting utility taxes, imposing impact fees, and/or raising property tax levy rates. City Center Policy 11: Provide adequate funding for capital facilities in Federal Way to ensure the FWCP vision and goals are implemented City Center Goal 16: Develop civic and cultural facilities in addition to a public space and park system within the City Center to meet the needs of residents, employees, and visitors. These facilities and spaces should connect to the Citywide and regional system of public spaces, parks, and trails. PROS Plan Goal D.1; Policy D.2: Prepare an impact fee analysis to determine the feasibility of using an impact fee system for park development and facilities improvements. (b) The proposed FWRC amendment bears a substantial relationship to the public health, safety, and welfare because the amendment provides provisions in the code to ensure sufficient public parks, recreation, and open space facilities are available for the citizens of the Ordinance No. 23-. Page 5 of 38 City, and such facilities benefit the public health, safety, and welfare. (c) The proposed amendment is in the best interest of the public and the residents of the City of Federal Way as it will provide the Parks Department with a dedicated funding source which will help ensure the Parks Department can provide system improvements to benefit new development and will benefit the City as a whole by ensuring sufficient public parks, recreation, and open space facilities are available for the citizens of the City. Section 3. A new Chapter 19.92 is hereby added to Title 19, "Zoning and Development Code," to read as follows: Chapter 19.92 Park Impact Fees 19.92.010 Title. This chapter shall be hereinafter known as the city of Federal Way Park Impact Fee PIF). 19.92.020 Purpose and intent. The purpose and intent of this chapter is for the collection of impact fees for public parks, ol2en space, and recreation facilities, and providing for certain other matters in connection therewith. 19.92.030 Findings and authority. The cily council of the city of Federal Wa hereb finds and determines that develo meat activities, including but not limited to new residential. cominerciaL retail, office, and industrial development, in the city of Federal Way will create additional demand and need for public facilities in the cily, and the council finds that such new growth and development should pay a proportionate share of the cost of new facilities needed to serve the new growth and development. The city of Federal Wav has conducted extensive research and analysis documenting the procedures for measurina the impact of new developments on public facilities, has prepared the "Park Impact Fee Study". City of Federal Way" dated May, 2023 ("PIF study"). and incorporates that PIF study into Ordinance No. 23- Page 6 of 38 this title by this reference. The PIF study utilizes a methodology for calculating impact fees that fulfills all of the requirements of RCW 82.02.060(1). A copy of the PIF_study shall be kept on file with the city clerk and is available to the public for review. Therefore, pursuant to Chapter 82.02 RCW, the council adopts this chapter to assess impact fees for publicly owned parks, open space, and recreation facilities. The provisions of this chapter shall be liberally construed in order to carry out the puposes of the council in establishing the impact fee program. 19.92.040 Definitions. The following words and terms shall have the following.meanings for the purposes of this chapter unless the context clearly requires otherwise. Terms otherwise not defined herein shall be defined pursuant to RCW 82.02.090. or given their usual and customary meanie ,. "Applicant" means a person who applies for a building_ permit under Chapter 19.20 FWRC and who is the owner of the subject property or the authorized agent of the property owner. "Building permit" means an official document or certification which is issued by the building official and which authorizes the construction, alteration, erdargement, conversion, reconstruction, remodeling, rehabilitation, erection. demolition, moving or repair of a building or structure. "Ca ital acilities plan " means the capital facilities element of the cit 's comprehensive plan adopted pursuant to Chapter 36.70A RCW and such plan as amended. "Council " means the city council of the city of Federal Way. " 3evelo ment acti i. , " means any work condition, or activity which r uires a permit or a royal under the city's subdivision, zoning, or building code. Exempt permits are set forth in FWRC 19.92.080. "Development approval" means any written authorization from the city of Federal Way which authorizes the commencement of a development activily or use. Ordinance No. 23- Page 7 of 38 "Encumber " means to reserve, set aside, or otherwise earmark the park impact fees in order to may for commitments. contractual obligations, or other liabilities incurred for system improvements. "Feepaver" means a person, corporation, partnership, an incorporated association. or any other similar entity, or department or bureau of any governmental entity or municipal corporation commencing a development activity which creates the demand for additional system improvements and which requires the issuance of a building_ permit or .a permit for a change of use. Feepaver includes an applicant for a park impact fee credit. "Impact fee schedule" means the table of impact fees to be charged per unit of development, computed by the formula adopted under this chapter, indicating the standard fee amount per dwelling unit or per commercial development that shall be paid as a condition of development within the city. "Indeondentfee calculation" means the park 'impact fee calculation prepared by a feeppaYer to support the assessment of a park impact fee other than by the use of the rate study. or the calculations prepared by the Parks Director where none of the fee categories or fee amounts in the impact fee schedule accurately describe or capture the impacts of the development activity, on public facilities. "Owner " means the owner of record of real propglly, although when real property is being purchased under a real estate contract, the purchaser shall be considered the owner of the real property if the contract is recorded. "PIF study" means the "Park Impact Fee Study, City of Federal Way," dated May. 2023, and attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter, and as hereafter amended. "Permit for chanize of use " or "chgWe of use permit" means an official document which is issued by the city which authorizes a change of use of an existing building or structure or land. Ordinance No. 23- Page 8 of 38 "Project improvements" means site improvements and facilities that are planned and designed to provide service for a particular development project, are necessary for the use and convenience of the occupants or users of the project. and are not system improvements. No improvement or facility included in a capital facilities plan adopted by the council shall be considered a project improvement. "Public.facilities", for purposes of this chapter, means the following capital facilities owned or operated by the city of Federal WU or other governmental entities: parks, open space, trails, or recreational facilities. "System improvements ", for purposes of this chapter, means public park facilities that are included in the city of Federal Way's capital facilities plan, and such plan as amended, and are designed to provide service to the community at large_ in contrast to project improvements. "Park" means public parks, open space, trails, recreation facilities. and related appurtenances. "Park impact fee" means a payment of money imposed by the city of Federal Way on development activity pursuant to this chapter as a condition of granting development evelopment approval. Park impact fee does not include a reasonable hermit fee, an application fee. the administrative fee for collecting and handling impact fees or the cost of reviewing independent fee calculations. "Park impact fee account(s) " means the separate accounting structure(s) within the city's established accounts, which structures shall identify separately earmarked funds and which shall be established for the park impact fees that are collected. The account(s) shall comps with the requirements of RCW 82.02.070. 19.92.050 Park impact fee methodology. „(1) The impact fee calculation is based on the PIF study attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter and by this reference fully incoKporated herein. The actual park impact fee imposed shall Ordinance No. 23- Page 9 of 38 be as set forth in the park impact fee section of the current impact fee schedule as adopted by council. (2) Each development shall mitigate its impacts on the city's parks facilities bypayment of a fee that is based on the type of land use of the development and proportionate to the cost of the parks facility improvements necessary to serve the needs of growth. For residential development, the fee amount is based on number and type of dwelling units; for commercial development, the fee is based on land use ands care footage of the development. 19.92.060 Assessment of impact fees. (1) The city shall collect park impact fees from applicants seeking development approvals from the city for any development activity in the city for which a building permit or change of use permit is required, consistent with the provisions of this chapter. (2) When a park impact fee applies to a change of use permit, the park impact fee shall be assessed for the land use category of the new use under the PIF study, less any hark impact fee that would have been assessed for the prior use under the PIF study. For purposes of this provision, a change of use should be reviewed based on the land use catepry provided in the PIF study that best captures the broader use of the property under development. 3 For commercial developments, the actual impact fee assessed in the impact fee schedule ma not exceed $0 through December 31 2029. (4) For mixed use developments, park impact fees shall be assessed for the proportionate share of each land use, based on the applicable measurement in the PIF study. (5) Park impact fees shall be detennined at the time of the earliest complete application for a development approval required for the development activity usingthe he impact fee schedule then in effect and shall be collected when each building ernit or change of use permit triggering Ordinance No. 23- Page 10 of 38 assessment of park impact fees is issued. Notwithstanding the foregoing, for all building permits or change of use permits that trigger assessment of park impact fees and are associated with the development activity, but are not issued within two years of the earliest complete application for a development approval applicable to the development activity, the total amount of the impact fees for such permits shall instead be calculated and collected at the time each permit is issued, using the impact fee schedule then in effect. Park impact fees shall be paid before the building permit or change of use permit is issued by the city. (6) No less than 60 days prior to the end of the two-year period in FWRC 19.92.060(5), an gpplicant may submit a written request with supporting documentation to the Department of Corm-nuffily Development requesting an extension of the two-year l2erjod for up to one additional year. The Community Development Director mayapprove such a request only if it meets the following criteria: (a) The applicant has made substantial progress toward building_ permit or change of use permit issuance since the complete application for the development approval (b) There are circumstances beyond the applicant's control which prevented issuance of the building ernit or change of usepermit: and (c) The extension will not create or continue conditions that constitute a code violation or an attractive nuisance. contribute to erosion and sedimentation problems, or impact the public health, safety. and welfare._ Determinations of the Community Development Director under this section shall be subject to the appeals procedures set forth in FWRC 19.92.150(4). 19.92.070 Independent fee calculations. (1) If in the judgment of the Parks Director, none of the fee categories or fee amounts set forth in Ordinance No. 23- Page 11 of 38 the impact fee schedule accurately describes or captures the impacts of a new development on parks, the Parks Department may conduct independent fee calculations and the Parks Director may impose alternative fees on a specific development based on those calculations. The alternative fees and the calculations shall be set forth in writing and sent to the feepaver. Pursuant to RCW 82.02.O60, where unusual circumstances are identified by the Parks Director, the standard fee may be adjusted in specific cases to ensure that impact fees are imposed fairly. (2) There is a rebuttable presumption that the calculations set forth in the PIF study are valid. In calculating the fee imposed on a particular development, the city shall permit consideration of studies and data submitted by a feepaver in order to adjust the amount of the fee. The feepaver shall submit an independent fee calculation study to the Parks Director, who shall review the stud to determine that the study: (a) Is based on accepted impact fee assessment practices and methodologies; b Uses acce table data sources and the data used is comparable with the uses and intensities planned for the proposed development activity c Complies with the appEcable state laws goveming impact fees: (d) Is prepared and documented by professionals who are mutually agreeable to the ci and the feepayer and who are qualified in their respective fields, and (e) Shows the basis upon which the independent fee calculation was made. 3 In reviewing the study, the Parks Director may require the fee .a er to submit additional or different doamientation. If an acceptable study is presented, the Parks Director may adjust the fee for the particular development activity. The Parks Director shall consider the documentation submitted by the applicant, but is not required to accept such documentation that the Parks Director reasonably deems to be inaccurate or unreliable. Ordinance No. 23- Page 12 of 38 (4) A feepaver requesting an adjustment or independent fee calculation may pay the impact fees imposed by this chapter in order to obtain a building_ permit while the city determines whether to partially reimburse the feepayer by making an adjustment or by accepting the independent fee calculation. (5) Any feepaver submitting an independent fee calculation will be required to pay a fee to cover the cost of reviewing the independent fee calculation. The fee required by the city_ for conducting the review of the inde-pendent fee calculation shall be set by council resolution, and shall be paid by the feepaver prior to issuance of the Parks Director's determination. 19.92.080 Exemptions. (1) The park impact fees are generated from the formula for calculating the fees set forth in this chapter. The amount of the impact fees is determined by the information contained in the adopted park and open space plan, park project list, and related documents, as appended to the _city's comprehensive plan. All development activity located within the city shall be charged a park impact feeprovided. that the following exemptions gpply. (2) The following shall be exempt from parks impact fees: (a). Replacement of a structure with a new structure having the same use, at the same site, and with the same gross floor area, when such replacement is within 12 months of demolition or destruction of the previous structure. (b) Alteration, expansion, or remodeling of an existing residential dwelling or structure where no new units are created and the use is not changed. c Demolition of existing structures. (d) Moving an existing structure within the city from one site to another. (e) A development permit for a change of use that has less_impact than the existing use. Ordinance No. 23- Page 13 of 38 (f Building hermits that do not result in an increased impact on parks. (g) Minor changes in tenancies that are consistent with the general character of the included structure, building, or previous use. (3) The Community Development Director shall be authorized to determine whether a particular development activity falls within an exem tion identified in this section. Determinations of the Cormmur ity Development Director shall be subject to the appeals procedures set forth in FWRC 19.92.150(4). 19.92.090 Credits. (1) A feepaver can request that a credit or credits for parks and recreation impact fees be awarded to them for parks and recreation improvement projects provided by the feepaver in excess of the standard requirements for the feepayer's development if the land, improvements, and/or the facility constructed are identified as parks and recreation system improvements that provide capacity to serve new growth in the capital facilities plan, or the Parks Director, at their discretion, makes the finding that such land, improvements, and/or facilities would serve the parks and recreation goals and objectives of the capital facilities plan. (2) For each request for a credit or credits, the Parks Director shall determine the value of dedicated land by using available documentation or selecting an appraiser from a list of independent appraisers maintained by the Parks Department to determine the value of the land being dedicated. The value of improvements will be determined through documentation submitted by the feeppayer. (3) The feepaver shall pay the cost of the appraisal and shall deposit on account the estimated cost of the appraisal as determined by the city at the time the feepaver requests consideration for a credit. (4) After receiving the appraisal, the Parks Director shall provide the applicant with a letter or Ordinance No. 23- Page 14 of 38 certificate setting forth the dollar amount_ of the credit, the reason for the credit, where applicable, the legal description of the site donated, and the legal description or other adequate description of the project or development to which the credit maapplied. The applicant must sign and date a dgRli.cate copy of such letter or certificate indicating their agreement to the terms of the letter or certificate and return such signed document to the Parks Director before the impact fee credit will be awarded. The failure of the applicant to sign, date, and return such document within 60 days shall nulli the credit. 5 Any claim for credit must be made no later than the time of application for a building permit. Any claim not so made shall be deemed waived. (6) Determinations made by the Parks Director_ pursuant to this section shall be subject to the appeals procedures set forth in FWRC 19.92.150(4). 7 Pursuant to and consistent with the requirements of RCW 82.02.060 the fee rate in the im-pact fee schedule has been reasonably adjusted for other revenue sources which are earmarked for, or proratable to. fundingparks and recreation facilities. 19.92.100 Establishment of park impact fee accounts. (1) Park impact fee receipts shall he eamaarked specifically and deposited in one or more special, interest -bearing accounts. 2 The city shall establish one or more separate park impact fee accounts for the fees collected pursuant to this chapter. Funds withdrawn from the account or accounts must be used in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and applicable state law. Interest earned on the fees shall be retained in the account(s) and expended for the purposes for which the park impact fees were collected. (3) On an annual basis, the Finance Director shall provide a report to the council on the park impact Ordinance No. 23- Page 15 of 38 fee account showing the source and amount of all moneys collected, earned. or received. and the parks and recreation system improvements that were financed in whole or in part by impact fees. 4 Impact fees shall be ex ended or encumbered within 10 years of receipt. unless the council identifies in written findings an extraordinary and compelling reason or reasons for the delay. 19.92.110 Administrative guidelines. The Parks and Commuq ty Development Directors are hereby authorized to adopt intemal idelines for the administration of park un act fees which include the adoption of procedural rules.. 19.92.120 Refunds. (I) If the city fails to expend or encumber the park impact fees within 10 years of the date the fees were paid. unless extraordinary or compelling reasons are established pursuant to FWRC 19.92.130, the current owner of the property on which park impact fees have been paid may receive a refund of such fees. In determining whether park impact fees have been expended or encumbered, hark impact fees shall be considered expended or encumbered on a first in, first out basis. (2) The city shall notify potential claimants by first class mail deposited with the United States Postal Service at the last known address of such claimants. A potential claimant must be the current owner of record of the real property against which the park impact fee was assessed. (3) Owners seeking a refund of park impact fees must submit a written request for a refund of the fees to the Parks Director within one year of the date the right to claim the refund arises or the date that notice is given, whichever is later. (4) And park impact fees for which no application for a refund has been made within this one-year period shall be retained by the city and expended on the system improvements for which they were collected. Ordinance No. 23- Page 16 of 38 (5) Refunds of park impact fees or offsets against subsequent park impact fees under this section shall include any interest earned on the park impact fees by the city_ (6) When the city seeks to terminate any or all components of the park impact fee prograin, all unexpended or unencumbered funds from any terminated component or components, including interest earned shall be refunded pursuant to this section. Upon the finding,that any or all fee requirements are to be terminated, the city shall place notice of such termination and the availability of refunds in a newspaper of general circulation at least two times and shall notify all potential claimants by first class mail at the last known address of the claimant. All funds available for refund shall be retained fora period of one year. At the end of one year, any remaining funds shall be retained by the city, but must be expended for the public facilities for which the park impact fees were collected. This notice requirement shall not apply if there are no unexpended or unencumbered balances within the account or accounts being terminated. 7 The ct shall also refund to the current owner of propefty for which park im act fees have been paid, all park impact fees paid including interest earned on the park impact fees. if the development activity for which the park impact fees were imposed did not occur; provided, however, that if the city has expended or encumbered the park impact fees in good faith rior to the application for a refund. the Parks Director may decline to provide the refund. If. within a period of three years. the same or subsequent owner of the property proceeds with the same or substantially similar development activity,the owner can petition the Parks Director for an offset in the amount of the fee originally paid and not refunded. The petitioner must provide receipts of park impact fees previously paid for a development activity of the same or substantially similar nature on the same real property or some portion thereof. Determinations of the Parks Director shall be in writing and shall be subject to the appeals procedures set forth in FWRC 19.92,U0 � Ordinance No. 23- Page 17 of 38 19.92.130 Use of park impact fees. (1) Pursuant to this chapter, park impact fees shall be used for parks and recreation facilities that will reasonably benefit growth and development, and only far park facilities_ addressed by the city's ca ital facilities element of the comprehensive plan, (2) Park impact fees shall not be used to make up deficiencies in city facilities serving an existing development. 3 Park impact fees shall not be used for maintenance and operations, including personnel. (4) Park impact fees may be used for but not limited to land acquisition, site improvements, en ngY eering and architectural services, permitting, financing, administrative expenses, planning mitigation costs capital equipment pertaining to parks facilities, and any other expenses which can be capitalized. (5) Park impact fees may also be used to recoup public improvement costs incurred by the city to the extent that growth and develo meat veil) be served by the previously constructed improvement. (6) In the event bonds or similar debt instruments are or have been issued for parks facility improvements. park impact fees may be used to pay the principal and interest on such bonds. 19.92.140 Administrative fees. (1) For each park impact fee imposed, there shall be charged an administrative fee, the amount of which shall be set by council resolution. The administrative fee shall be deposited into an administrative fee account within the park impact fee account(s). Administrative fees shall be used to defray the city's actual costs associated with the assessment and collection and update of the ark impact fees. An administrative fee is not refundable or creditable. (2) The administrative fee shall be paid by the feepMer at the same lime as the park impact fee. 19.92.150 Appeals. Ordinance No. 23- Page 18 of 38 (1) The applicant may pay the park impact fees under protest pending appeal to avoid delays in the issuance of building permits or change of use pennits. No a cal shall be permitted until the impact fees at issue have been paid. (2) Requests for review regardingthe he impact fees imposed on any development activity maw filed only by the applicant for the development activity at issue. (3) The applicant must first file a request for review regarding impact fees with the Parks Director, as provided herein: a The request shall be in writing on the form provided by the city, (b) The request for review by the Parks Director shall be filed within 14 calendar days after the applicant's payment of the impact fee at issue. The failure to timely file such a request shall constitute a final bar to later seek such review; (c) No administrative fee will be imposed for the request for review by the director; and (d) The Parks Director shall issue his/her determination in writing 4 Determinations of the Parks or Community Development Director with respect to the gpplicabilily of the impact fees to a given development activity, the availability or value of a credit. the independent fee calculation which is authorized in FWRC 19.92.070. the extension of the two- year period in FWRC 19.92.060(5). or any other determination which the Parks or Community Development Director is authorized to make pursuant to this chapter, may be appealed by the applicant or owner usingthe same process as the underlying development permit application or process I of this title if there is no under/ in develo ment permit, substituting the Parks Director for the Community Development Director as necessary. The appeal, in the form of a letter of appeal. must be delivered to the appropriate department within 14 calendar days after issuance of the decision under appeal. In those cases where the proposed development activity may require a Ordinance No. 23- Page 19 of 38 public hearing under the authority of other chapters of this code, the hearings may be combined. For example, if the underlying development permit application is a preliminary plat the appeal shall be heard at the preliminary_ plat public hearing. 19.92.160 Existing authority unimpaired. Nothing in this chapter shall preclude the city from requiringthe payer or the proponent of a development activity to mitigate adverse environmental impacts of a specific development pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act, Chapter 43.21 C RCW, based on the environmental documents accompanying the underlying development approval process, and/or Chapter 58.17 RCW. ovg erring plats and subdivisions; provided, that the exercise of this authority is consistent with Chapters 43.21C and 82.02 RCW. Section 4. Severabil y. Should any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance, or its application to any person or situation, be declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance or its application to any other person or situation. The City Council of the City of Federal Way hereby declares that it would have adopted this ordinance and each section, subsection, sentence, clauses, phrase, or portion thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, phrases, or portions be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 5. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Ordinance No. 23- Page 20 of 38 Section 6. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 7. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force five (5) days from and after its passage and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of 2023. ATTEST: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: Ordinance No. 23- Page 21 of 38 L L "U'kE:XHIBITA City of Federal Way This entire report is made of readily recyclable materials, including the bronze wire binding and the Front and back cover, which are made from post -consumer recycled plastic bottles. ipact Fee Study Final Report May 10, 2023 Washington 7525166th Avenue NE, Ste. D215 Redmond, WA 98052 425.867.1802 Oregon 5335 Meadows Road, Ste 330 Lake Oswego, OR 97035 503.841.6543 Colorado PO Box 19114 Boulder, CO 80301-9998 719.284.9168 www.fcsgroup.com DC-"IUP ****4 FCS G.D.A-11 Solutions -Oriented Consulting City of Federal Way Park Impact Fee Study May 2023 page ii TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents. �i Section I. Introduction ........ I.A. Policy.............................................................................................••--•---•-•-•---•--........................1 I.B. Calculation Overview.............................•---...................................................................................2 SectionII. .... . .......................................... PIF Analysis .................................. ....... --- .... ............................................... .................... 3 II.A. Growth .................... ............................ ................................... ......................... .......................... 3 II.B. Future Facilities Fee ......................................................... ....................... ...................................... 6 II.C. Existing Facilities Fee....................................................................................................................9 II D Calculated PIF .........................10 ...................... Section III Implementation ........................ II I.A. Indexing........................................................... III.B. Funding Plan .................................................... III C C 'sons ..... . . .. 12 ........................................... .................12 ..................... ........ ........ ............................12 17 ompan................................................................................................ Appendix A: Infill Project List. ... ..... ........... .........14 •,*4FCS GROUP Introduction The City of Federal Way (City) is looking to implement a parks impact fee (PIF) to provide partial funding for the capital needs of its parks system. In 2022, the City engaged FCS GROUP to calculate a PIF based on recent growth estimates, its parks project lists, and inventory data. The City provides parks and recreation services for all residents in its boundaries, and the City's park planning efforts extend throughout the same boundaries. Given the City-wide planning and provision of parks services, as well as the City's relatively limited geographic scope, the City park system is a single service area for the purposes of the PIF study. The following sections provide the policy background upon which the PIF is based, as well as a general overview of the PIF calculation. The rest of the report details the specific data inputs and results of the PIF calculation. POLICY Park impact fees are enabled by state statutes, authorized by local ordinance, and constrained by the United States Constitution. State Statutes Impact fees are authorized by state law in RCW 82.02.050 through 82.02.110. By law, revenue from park impact fees shall be used for park system improvements that will reasonably benefit new development. The money may not be used to address system deficiencies, or maintenance and repair costs. The fees cannot exceed new development's proportionate share of the improvement costs, and the revenue may be spent only for the public facilities which are addressed by the capital facilities plan element of an adopted comprehensive land use plan. Impact fee revenue must be spent within ten years after collection. In addition, the City cannot depend entirely on impact fees to fund capital costs; there must be some amount of funding from other local sources. Local Ordinance The City of Federal Way is implementing code updates to support the PIF calculated in this report. United States Constitution The United States Supreme Court has determined that impact fees and other exactions that comply with state and/or local law may still violate the United States Constitution if they are not proportionate to the impact of the development. The PIF calculated in this report are designed to meet such constitutional and statutory requirements. 4*4 FCS GROUT CALCULATION OVERVIEW In general, impact fees are calculated by adding an existing facilities fee component and a future facilities fee component —both with potential adjustments. Each component is calculated by dividing the eligible cost by growth in units of demand. The unit of demand becomes the basis of the charge. The diagram below summarizes the basic outline of an impact fee calculation, and more detail is provided in the following bullets. Existing Facilities Component Eligiblecost of capacity in existing facilities Growth in system capacity W Eligible cost of planned capacity increasing facilities 1� • Growth in system capacity • The eligible cost of capacity in existing facilities is the cost of existing park facilities that will serve growth. For a parks impact fee, determining the capacity in the existing system available for growth starts with determining the amount of existing parks facilities that are required for existing users, commonly measured in park acres. One method for doing so first calculates the system's level -of -service after completion of the capital facilities plan. By applying that level -of - service target to the current population, the City can determine if it's currently meeting its level - of -service target. If the City has more park facilities (such as park acres) than needed based on its level -of -service target, the costs of such available facilities can be included in the existing facilities component of the impact fee. • The eligible portion of capacity increasing projects is the cost of future projects that will serve growth. Some projects are intended to only serve growth, some projects do not serve to increase the capacity of the City's park system, and some serve the City's current and future populations. Determining how projects fall into each category can again be done with a level -of -service calculation to estimate how many park acres (for example) are needed to serve growth given the City's level -of -service target. Other projects that do not add a measurable number of parks facilities may still be eligible if they will serve both existing and future users. • The growth in system demand is the anticipated growth in the City's population. However, as residents are not the only users of the City's park system, employees of businesses within will be included as well, at a separate rate that reflects the parks demand characteristics of commercial developments. Finally, summing the existing facilities component with the future facilities component gives the fully calculated impact fee. +.;> FCS GTR7UP PIF Analysis This section provides the detailed calculations of the maximum allowable PIF in the City of Federal Way. GROWTH The calculation of projected growth begins with defining the units by which current and future demand will be measured. Then, using the best available data, we quantify the current level of demand and estimate a future level of demand. The difference between the current level and the future level is the growth in demand that will serve as the denominator in the PIF calculations. Unit of Measurement A good unit of measurement allows an agency to quantify the incremental demand of development or redevelopment that creates additional demand for park facilities. A more precise unit of measurement allows an agency to distinguish different levels of demand added by different kinds of development or redevelopment. Options For parks impact fees, demand that can be attributed to individual developments is usually measured in the number of people who will occupy a development. For residential developments, the number of occupants means the number of residents. We use data from the U. S. Census Bureau to estimate the number of residents for different kinds of dwelling units. For non-residential developments, the number of occupants means the number of employees. We use industry data to estimate the number employees per square foot for different kinds of non- residential developments. When an agency chooses to impose a PIF on both residential and non-residential developments, the demand of one additional resident must be carefully distinguished from the demand of one additional employee. This is usually accomplished by the calculation of a residential equivalent. One resident is equal to one residential equivalent, and one employee is typically less than one residential equivalent. Non-residential developments are a source of demand for parks facilities in Federal Way, and the City is intending to charge PIFs for both residential and non-residential developments using residential equivalents as the unit of growth. Demand Adjustment for Non -Residential Users To charge PIFs to both residential and non-residential developments, we must estimate both (1) how much availability non-residential occupants (i.e., employees) have to use parks facilities and (2) how that availability differs from residential occupants (i.e., residents). +;� FCS GROUP The calculation begins with the most recent counts for population and employment in Federal Way. As shown in Exhibit 2.1 below, in 2019 (the most recent year for which both population and employment data were available), 96,526 residents lived in Federal Way, according to the Census Bureau's American Community Survey. Also, according to the Census Bureau, 28,063 employees worked in Federal Way for their primary occupation. Of these, 4,320 people both lived and worked in Federal Way. Exhibit 2.1— 2019 Population and Employment in Federal Way Iulation and Living ployment, 2019 Living Inside Outside p Working Inside Federal Way 4,320 23,743 28,063 Working Outside Federal Way 37,152 Not Working 55,054 Total 96,526 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, OnTheMap Application, 2019 Inflow/Outflow analysis (employment); U.S. Census Bureau, 2019 American Community Survey 5-year estimates, Table B01003 (population) Next, we estimate the number of hours per week that each category of person would be available to use the parks facilities in Federal Way. Exhibit 2.2 below shows an estimate of maximum availability. It assumes that 8 hours each day are used for sleeping for all residents of the City. For those who are not working, the remaining 16 hours of each day are available for use of the parks system, giving a total of 112 hours per week of parks system availability. For workers, 8 hours of each day are assumed to be spent at work, which leaves the remaining 8 hours per weekday available for residential use of the parks system. In addition, workers have 16 hours of residential demand each weekend day, for a total of 72 hours per week of residential demand. During work, 1 hour is assumed to be available for workers to use the parks system, giving 5 hours per week of non-residential demand. These estimates are not of actual use, but maximum availability. Exhibit 2.2 — Demand Estimates by Category of Parks User . > FCS Gr-,,OUi' Source: FCS GROUP. Source: FCS GROUP. When the hours of availability above are multiplied by the counts presented earlier, we can determine the relative demand of residents and employees. As shown in Exhibit 2.3 below, the parks demand of one employee is equivalent to the parks demand of about 0.05 residents. To put it another way, the parks demand of about 18.96 employees is equivalent to the parks demand of one resident. Exhibit 2.3 — Total Hours per Week of Park Availability Source: Previous tables Growth in Demand The current (2023) demand for parks facilities is 103,385 residential equivalents. That number is the sum of 101,534 residents and 1,851 residential equivalents for 35,092 employees according to the Puget Sound Research Council (PSRC). Note that these 2019 population and employment estimates differ from the Census Bureau estimates. This is acceptable because the 2019 Census Bureau data is used only to determine the residential equivalency factor. During the forecast period from 2023 to 2044, the residential population is expected to grow by 21,808 residents. If total residential equivalents remain proportionate to the residential �� FCS G(_)UP population, then residential equivalents will grow by 22,774 to a total of 126,159 residential equivalents. Therefore, 22,774 residential equivalents will be the denominator for the PIF calculations later in this report. Exhibit 2.4 below summarizes these calculations: Exhibit 2.4 — Growth in Demand Source: Puget Sound Research Council (population and employee estimates); Previous tables (resindetial- equivalent employee factor) FUTURE FACILITIES FEE The future facilities fee is the eligible cost of planned projects per unit of growth that such projects will serve. Since we have already calculated growth (denominator) above, we will focus here on the future facilities fee cost basis (numerator). Eligibility A project's eligible cost is the product of its total cost and its eligibility percentage. The eligibility percentage represents the portion of the project that creates capacity for future users. For park impact fees, eligibility is often determined by a level -of -service analysis that quantifies the park facilities that are needed for growth (and are therefore eligible to be included in the future facilities cost basis). Park facilities can be measured by sorting them into categories such as neighborhood, community, or open space, or by considering their respective units of measurement (e.g., acres). Further, in either approach, the current or future level of service may be targeted. These two separate choices create four distinct and equally defensible ways of calculating the eligibility percentage of each project. Each method will be examined in the sections below. Current Level of Service (By Category and by Unit of Measurement) Determining PIF eligibility for parks projects using the current level of service requires determining the quantity of parks facilities needed to maintain the current level of service. Any projects that add facilities in excess of that quantity are ineligible. The City has five relevant parks categories for determining its level of service by category. These are shown in the upper panel of the first column in Exhibit 2.5. Each category receives its own level of service. Using community parks as an example, the City currently has 486.94 acres of community parks. Using the 2023 population discussed above, this implies that there is 4.80 acres of community parks per 1,000 residents. The parks project list, when completed, will add 7.00 acres of community parks. Based on the 2044 population and the current level of service, FCS 63.67 additional acres of community parks are needed. So, all the additional park acres can be used to accommodate growth, and therefore are eligible for inclusion in the parks impact fee. The same line of reasoning is used to develop the eligibility percentages for other parks categories. Calculating eligibility using level of service by unit of measurement (e.g., acres, miles), instead of by park type, also follows the same approach. The eligibility percentage for each parks category or unit of measurement is shown in the last column of Exhibit 2.5. Source: 2019 PROS Plan Table 3.1, City staff Future Level of Service (By Category and Unit of Measurement) To determine PIF eligibility using the future level of service, the proposed additional quantity of planned parks facilities is added to the current quantity of parks facilities. Using the future population, a future level of service is then calculated. That level of service is compared to the current parks system to determine if any deficiencies exist against the current population. Only the portions of parks projects that do not cure existing deficiencies are considered eligible for the future facilities fee cost basis under this method. As in the previous section, calculating PIF eligibility based on future level of service can be done both when measuring parks facilities by category and when measuring by unit of measurement. Exhibit 2.6 below outlines both methods using the future level of service. Using community parks as an example again, the City currently has 486.94 acres of community parks. The parks project list, when completed, will add 7.00 acres of community parks. This results in a future level of service of 4.30 acres of community parks per 1,000 residents in 2044. If that level of service was applied to the 2023 population, a minimum of 436.82 acres would be needed. However, there are already 486.94 acres of community parks. So, the additional acres added by the project list are not needed for existing users, and therefore 100 percent are includable in the future facilities fee. The same approach is used to develop the eligibility percentages for other parks categories. Calculating eligibility using level of service by unit of measurement (e.g., acres, miles), instead of by park type, follows the same logic. The eligibility percentage for each parks category or unit of measurement is shown in the "Eligibility" column of Exhibit 2.6 below. ao;> FCS G RO U P Exhibit 2.6 - Fliaibilith- under the Future Level of Service 04I 2023 per 0.0 Changein per 1,000 Minimum Reimbursable _ QuantityQuantity.. ntit.y Eligibility Quantity, By Category: Community Park Acres 486.94 4.80 7.00 4.30 436.82 100.00°D 50.12 Neighborhood Park Acres 108.05 1.06 0.00 0.94 95.56 0.00•D 12.49 Open Space Acres 436.16 4.30 0.00 3.80 385.72 0.00•� 50.44 Special Use Facilities Number 6.00 0.06 0.00 0.05 5.31 0.00•D/0 0.69 Trail Miles 12.07 0.12 0.00 0.11 10.67 0.00% 1.40 By Unit of Measurement: Park or Natural Area Acres 1031.15 10.16 7.00 9.04 918.10 100.00% 113.05 Special Use Facility Number 6.00 0.06 0.00 0.05 5.31 0.00% 0.69 Trail Miles 12.07 0.12 0.001 0.11 10.67 0.00•D 1.40 Source: 2019 PROS Plan Table 3.1, City staff The final column of Exhibit 2.6 shows the reimbursable quantity of each park category and unit of measurement. The quantity of such park facilities exceeds the existing needs of the park system when measuring by the future level of service, and as such, can be used to provide capacity for future users. Since those facilities will benefit future users, a share of their cost can be included in the existing facilities cost basis. Expansion Projects The first of the City's two project lists includes projects that will expand the inventory of the parks system and are therefore subject to the eligibility calculations described above. The total cost of these projects is $16.5 million, and eligibility is based on the level -of -service calculation chosen. These projects are summarized in Exhibit 2.7 below. The eligibility percentage and eligible cost columns assume the future -by -unit approach to level of service. Exhibit 2.7 - Expansion Projects Source: City staff Infill List The second of the City's two project lists includes projects that will not expand the inventory of the parks system by adding acres but that will nevertheless add capacity for future users by adding amenities. The project list is shown in Appendix A and has a total cost of $44.3 million. Each project is assigned one of two eligibility percentages: zero percent if the project is for repair or replacement of existing assets and 18.05 percent if the project adds new amenities. That 18.05 percent represents the share of total future users made up of new users (in 2044), and assigning a project that percent recognizes that existing and future users are expected to share new amenities in existing parks proportionately. The total eligible cost of the infill list is approximately $6.3 million. *4 - FCS c ; : 'L1P Calculated Future Facilities Fee Cost Basis After determining the costs dedicated to expanding capacity, the future facilities fee cost basis is calculated by multiplying those costs by their respective eligibility percentages. As discussed above, eligibility for capacity -expanding costs on the project list were determined through level - of -service calculations, and projects on the infill list were assigned either 0 or 18.05 percent. As all methods of determining level -of -service result in the same eligibility percentages, the future facilities cost basis is $22.8 million under all scenarios. EXISTING FACILITIES FEE The existing facilities fee is the eligible cost of the park facilities available for future users per unit of growth that such facilities will serve. Growth was calculated in Section II.A and Exhibit 2.6 shows the quantity of facilities available for inclusion in the existing facilities fee. The remaining piece of the fee calculation is the original cost of eligible park facilities. Existing Facilities Fee Cost Basis The City provided records for historical expenditures on its parks system going back to 1991, which are totaled by category and unit of measurement in the fourth column of Exhibit 2.10 below. Dividing those historical expenditures by the quantity of park acres and trail miles yields a calculation of investment per unit. By multiplying that investment per unit by the number of eligible units shown in Exhibit 2.6, the eligible cost of those park facilities is calculated to be approximately $2.3 million when measuring by category and approximately $3.4 million when measuring by unit of measurement. However, an adjustment must be made for growth's share of outstanding debt related to that investment. Such an adjustment is necessary to make sure that growth isn't paying twice for the same capacity; once in the PIF, and once through property taxes. Growth's share of outstanding principal is estimated to be $2.4 million, and so the total eligible amount is either $0 or $1.0 million depending on the method used for determining level of service. By Category: Community Park Neighborhood Park Open Space Special Use Facilities Trail Total By Unit of Measurement: Park or Natural Area Special Use Facility Trail Exhibit 2.10 — Existiae Facilities Fee Cost Basis Acres $ 24,293 50.12 $ 1,217,495 Acres 15,345 12.49 191,732 Acres 1,294 50.44 65,262 Number 1,253,616 0.69 869,772 Miles - 1.40 - $ 2,344,261 $ Acres $ 22,668 113.05 $ 2,562,570 Number 1,253,616 0.69 869,772 Miles 1.40 - Total 1 $ 3,432,341 $ Source: City staff (historical investment oustanding debt); previous tables 2,400,184 $ - 2,400,184 $ 1,032,158 •;;>FCS GROUP CALCULATED PIF This section combines the eligible cost from the future facilities fee cost basis and the existing facilities fee cost basis. Exhibit 2.11 below summarizes the PIF calculation for all four measures of level of service. Exhibit 2.11 — Calculated PIF Cost Basis: Future Facilities Existing Facilities Total Cost Basis Growth in Residential Equivalents Future Facilities Fee per Residential Equivalent Existing Facilities Fee per Residential Equivalent Total Parks Impact Fee per Residential Equivalent $ 22,825,243 $ 22,825,243 $ 22,825,243 $ 22,825,243 - - - 1,032,158 $ 22,825,243 $ 22,825,243 $ 22,825,243 $ 23,857,401 22,774 22,774 22,774 22,774 $ 1,002 $ 1,002 $ 1,002 $ 1,002 - - - 45 $ 1,002 $ 1,002 $ 1,002 $ 1,048 Residential Fee Schedule: Equivalents Dwelling Unit 2.71 $ 2,716 $ 2,716 $ 2,716 $ 2,839 Emplovee 0.05 53 53 53 55 Source: Census Bureau, 2021 American Community Survey, Tables B25024 and B25033 (residents per dwelling unit); previous tables As shown above, the maximum allowable PIF is $1,048 per residential equivalent under the future level of service by unit of measurement. The resulting PIF is $2,839 for a residential dwelling unit, based on an average occupancy of 2.71 residents per Census data. The rate per employee is $55 based on the equivalency calculated in Section H.A. The non- residential PIF can be charged using an estimate of employee density per 1,000 square feet. Exhibit 2.12 below provides a schedule for the non-residential PIF for all four level -of -service calculations based on employee density estimates from the Portland Metro regional government. •�a> FCS G RO UP Exhibit 2.12 - Calculated Non-residential PIF Ag., Fish & Forest Services; Constr.; Mining 1-19 Food & Kindred Projects 20 Textile &Apparel 22,23 Lumber & Wood 24 Furniture; Clay, Stone & Glass; Misc. 25, 32, 39 Paper&Allied 26 Printing, Publishing &Allied 27 Chemicals, Petroleum, Rubber, Leather 28-31 Primary & Fabricated Metals 33,34 Machinery Equipment 35 Electrical Machinery, Equipment 36,38 Transportation Equipment 37 TCPU--Transportation and Warehousing 40-42, 44, 45, 47 TCPU--Communications and Public Utilities 43, 46, 48, 49 Wholesale Trade 50,51 Retail Trade 52-59 Finance, Insurance & Real Estate 60-68 Non -Health Services 70-79 Health Services 80 Educational, Social, Membership Services 81-89 Government 90-99 Source: Metro,"1999 Employment Density Study," Table 4. 590 1.695 $ 89.58 $ 89.58 $ 89.58 $ 93.63 630 1.587 83.89 83.89 83.89 87.69 930 1.075 56.83 56.83 56.83 59.40 640 1.563 82.58 82.58 82.58 86.32 760 1.316 69.54 69.54 69.54 72.69 1,600 0.625 33.03 33.03 33.03 34.53 450 2.222 117.45 117.45 117.45 122.76 720 1.389 73.41 73.41 73.41 76.73 420 2.381 125.84 125.84 125.84 131.53 300 3.333 176.18 176.18 176.18 184.14 400 2.500 132.13 132.13 132.13 138.11 700 1.429 75.50 75.50 75.50 78.92 3,290 0.304 16.06 16.06 16.06 16.79 460 2.174 114.90 114.90 114.90 120.09 1,390 0.719 38.02 38.02 38.02 39.74 470 2.128 112.45 112.45 112.45 117.54 370 2.703 142.85 142.85 142.85 149.31 770 1.299 68.64 68.64 68.64 71.74 350 2.857 151.01 151.01 151.01 157.84 740 1.351 71.42 71.42 71.42 74.65 530 1.887 99.72 99.72 99.72 104.23 °: > FCS CRO L 1 Implementation This section addresses practical aspects of implementing PIFs and provides comparisons to other jurisdictions. INDEXING We recommend that the City index its charges to the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index for the City of Seattle and adjust its charges annually. FUNDING PLAN Even if the City implements the parks impact fees calculated previously, impact fee revenues will not be sufficient to fund the project list. An additional $36.9 million will need to be raised from other, non -impact fee, sources. This is shown in Exhibit 3.1. Exhibit 3.1— Funding Plan � s � Resources Beginning Fund Balance $ Impact Fee Revenue 23,857,4L Other Heeded Revenue 36,899,2E $ 60,756,667 Total Resources: Requirements Project List (Total Cost) $ 60,756,667 Ending Fund Balance - $ 60,756,667 Total Requirements: COMPARISONS Exhibit 3.2 below shows a comparison of PIFs calculated for single-family homes for some relevant jurisdictions. •*,4FCS GROUP r.xnIDII 3.2 — rir Conuumi-isous iurisdictio ora ' Issaquah $10,533 Kirkland $6,822 Sammamish $6,739 Redmond $5,884 Shoreline $5,227 Kent $3,904 Auburn $3,500 Renton $%276 Everett* $3,180 Federal Way (Proposed) $2,839 Source: FCS GROUP Survey, 312712023 *SFR = Single family residence **Assumes a three -bedroom house •:;> FCS GROUP tl ix A: Infill P r o i ect List Adelaide Formalize picnic areas/install picnic shelters (2) Alderbrook Park Playground Replacement Alderdale park Playground Replacement BPA Add a fitness trail and equipment BPA Repair asphalt trail BPA Install monument sign BPA Install directional signage/wayfinding Brooklake Demo Hall & Green Storage Buildings Brooklake Electrical upgrades Brooklake Facility/Feasibility Assessment - MasterPlan Cedar Grove Park Playground Replacement Celebration Convert To Artificial Turf Celebration Sand based turf replacement Celebration Replace Feld fence Celebration park Playground Replacement City Hall add ADA door control @ Court Entry City Hall Card control replacement/upgrade City Hall Carpet replacement City Hall City Hall Water Heaters (5) City Hall Court bench refurbish City Hall Elevator City Hall HVAC City Hall Reception Counters - replace Formica City Hall Roof replacement City Hall Security Fence Around Entire P/E Parcel/Lot City Hall Sidewalk ADA upgrades Coronado Park Playground Replacement Fisher Pond Prepare master plan Fisher Pond Install picnic shelter Fisher Pond Decommission on -site well French Lake Develop/Install Shelter FWCC Exercise Equipment (full replace) FWCC Locker Rooms/Cabanas Restoration FWCC Replace Pool Water Slide/Play Equipment FWCC Re -plaster Lap Pool FWCC Pool/slide repairs FWCC Replace pool and play equipment FWCC Outdoor areas Heritage Woods park Playground Replacement Lake Grove Park Playground Replacement Lakota Parking Lot Replacement Lakota Upgrade soccer field to artificial turf Lakota Upgrade running track to rubber Lakota Upgrade field lighting Lakota Upgrade restrooms and increase parking 2033 $ 167,000 18.05% $ 30,147 2023 150,000 18.05% 27,078 2027 150,000 18.05% 27,078 2026 143,000 18.05% 25,814 2030-2040 - 0.00% - 2028 7,000 18.05% 1,264 2030 12,000 18.05% 2,166 2023 8,000 0.00% - 2023 20,000 18.05% 3,610 2023 4,000 18.05% 722 2031 175,000 18.05% 31,591 2032 11,500,000 18.05% 2,075,971 2026 500,000 18.05% 90,260 2035 119,000 0.00% - 2024 450,000 18.05% 81,234 2023 60,000 18.05% 10,831 2027 125,000 18.05% 22,565 2027 250,000 0.00% - 2028 75,000 0.00% 2025 8,500 0.00% 2024 185,000 0.00% 202-5 400,000 0.00% 2026 10,000 0.00% 2026 500,000 0.00% - 2024 75,000 18.05% 13,539 2023-2027 240,000 0.00% - 2028 150,000 18.05% 27,078 2028 12,000 18.05% 2,166 2030 83,000 18.05% 14,983 2030 12,000 0.00% 2028 60,000 18.05% 10,831 2026 150,000 0.00% - 2023 250,000 0.00% 2023 1,200,000 0.00% 2027 400,000 0.00% 2023 298,000 0.00% 2023 60,000 0.00% - 2033 119,000 18.05% 21,482 2029 175,000 18.05% 31,591 2032 200,000 18.05% 36,104 2023 170, OOO O.Oo% - 2021 1,489,000 18.05% 268,793 2021 238,000 18.05% 42,964 2032 893,000 18.05% 161,204 2032 9510W 18.05% 172,035 (continued next page) •*% FCS GROUP Laurelwood Prepare master plan 2025 36,000 18.05% 6,499 Laurelwood Perform master plan improvements 2027-2037 - 18.05% - Laurelwood Install 1/2 basketball court 2030 60,000 18.05% 10,831 Madrona Park Playground Replacement 2030 175,000 18.05% 31,591 Mirror Lake Replace and improve playground 2020 143,000 18.05% 25,814 Monument Signs Complete sign implementation program 2023-2033 48,000 18.05% 8,665 Olympic View Formalize Joe's Creek social trail 2035 - 18.05% - Olympic View Improve neighborhood entrances (6) 2035 36,000 18.05% 6,499 Olympic View Install 1/2 basketball court 2030 60,000 18.05% 10,831 Olympic View Park Playground Replacement 2025 125,000 18.05% 22,565 Palisades Repair/replace asphalt basketball court 2028 6,000 0.00% Palisades Install picnicshelter 2030 83,000 18.05% 14,983 Palisades Park Playground Replacement 2026 200,000 18.05% 36,104 Sacajawea Artificial turf replacement- SAC 2026 700,000 0.00% - Sacajawea Natural Turf Replacement (ballfields) 2023 300,000 0.00% Sacajawea Renovate Ballfield Drainage 2024 50,000 0.00% Sacajawea Replace Rubber running track 2024 340,000 0.00% Sacajawea Tennis Court Replacement 2025 200,000 0.00% Sacajawea Wood Pole Replacement 2029 150,000 0.00% Sacajawea Replace water service line 2028 18,000 0.00% - Sacajawea New restroom - sewer lift station 2035 89,000 18.05% 16,066 Sacajawea Install picnic shelter 2030 83,000 18.05% 14,983 Safety & Security Parking lot lighting improvements (LED) at Sacaj: 2028 18.05% - Safety & Security Install security cameras in parking lots at Scajaw( 2028 - 18.05% - Saghalie Artificial turf replacement - SoccerField 2032 600,000 0.00% Saghalie Tennis Court Renovation/Resurface 2025 40,000 0.00% - Saghalie Replace Rubber running track 2023-2032 505,000 18.05% 91,162 Saghalie Install artificial turf on football field 2035 1,429,000 18.05% 257,962 Saghalie Renovate basketball courts 2026 71,000 0.00% - Saghalie Overlay parking lot 2028 48,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Develop a master plan 2033 149,000 18.05% 26,897 Steel Lake Instal new shelters (Sites 2-5) 2028-2033 292,000 18.05% 52,712 Steel Lake Re -pipe annex and beach house restrooms 2026 238,000 0.00% Steel Lake Annex Artificial Turf Replacement- Karl Grosch 2032 700,000 0.00% Steel Lake Annex Parking Lot Repairs 2024 10,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Park Artificial turf - Site #5 2032 1,300,000 18.05% 234,675 Steel Lake Park Dock Replacement 2027 1,250,000 0.00% - Steel Lake Shop New Maintenance Shop (Parks Share, 33%) 2032 11,666,667 18.05% 2,106,058 Steel Lake Shop Shop- Backup power generator 2025 40,000 1&05% 7,221 Steel Lake Shop Shop - Electrical Service - new panel 2024 7,500 18.05% 1,354 Steel Lake Shop Shop Roof 2026 75,000 18.05% 13,539 Steel Lake Shop Storage House - New Garage Doors 2024 7,000 18.05% 1,264 Steel Lake Shop Storage House Roof 2024 20,000 18.05% 3,610 Town Square Install shade covers 2025 89,000 18.05% 16,066 Town Square Install 2nd shelter 2030 83,000 18.05% 14,983 Town Square Band shell 2028 18.05% - Town Square Veteran memorial 2025 18.05% - Wayfinding Signs Implementation of wayfinding signage program 2030-2040 18.05% - Wedgewood Replace and improve playground 2019 167,000 18.05% 30,147 West Hylebos Renovate caretaker access road 2033 12,000 0.00% - West Hylebos Make parking lots repairs 2025 48,000 0.00% - West Hylebos Expand parking lot 2033 149,000 18.05% 26,897 West Hylebos Replace maintenance garage 2030 89,000 0.00% - Wildwood Repairasphalt trail 2026 12,000 0.00% - Wildwood Upgrade park fixture 20351 12,000 18.05% 2,166 $ .44,256,667 $ 6,32-5,243 Totall Source: 2019 PROS Plan Table 7.2, City staff °.� FCS G PLO UP COUNCIL MEETING DATE SjL{f O U� ITEM #: 10d CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: HOUSING ACTION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION CODE AMENDMENTS POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council adopt various amendments to Title 19 FWRC that are responsive to the study conducted by Heartland, LLC as part of implementation of the Housing Action Plan? COMMITTEE: Land Use & Transportation MEETING DATE: May 1, 2023 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ® Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Keith Niven DEPT: CD Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Ordinance Options Considered: 1. Adopt the proposed ordinance and set the public hearing. 2. Do not adopt the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1, MAYOR APPROVAL: 7T� 14 { _�' � DIRECTOR APPROVAL: �,2/28/23 Committee [� Cuunck Initial/Date EnlnailDate Inntai'Datc COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed ordinance for Public Hearing and First Reading on May 16, 2023. IJI Zrzf ►i" Jack Wey. Corpdiiittee Chair JdcPWWalsh,Committee Member Hoahg Tran. Committee Member PRaPOSI~D COUNCIL MOTION(S): (� FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE (5/16/23): "I move to forward approval of the proposed ordinance to the June 6, 2023, Council Meeting for second reading and enactment. " SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE (6/6/23): "I move approval of the proposed ordinance. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading D5 LUL T; ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # 40k CITY OF Federal Way CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: May 23, 2023 TO: City Council VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Keith Niven, AICP, CEcD Community Development Director Sarah Bridgeford, Community Services Manager Chaney Skadsen, Senior Planner SUBJECT: HAPI Code Amendments and Income Restricted Affordable Housing Requirements On May 16, 2023, the City Council held a public hearing and first reading of the Ordinance (Council Bill 850) containing proposed changes to Title 19 of the Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) in response to the recommendations made by Heartland, LLC. The proposed revisions are part of the City's Housing Action Plan. This effort is funded through the Housing Action Plan Implementation grant by the Department of Commerce and is aimed at implementing Strategy #5: Ensure that financial and regulatory incentives for mixed -income housing are effective, and Strategy #6: Review school impact fees on multifamily housing with the objective to improve the production of housing in the City Center Core, City Center Frame, and Community Business zones. As part of the discussion of the proposed Ordinance, the City Council asked for some additional information and alternatives to the proposed changes to FWRC 19.110.010 (Affordable Housing). Background: The Federal Way Revised Code contains affordable housing regulations pursuant to the provisions FWRC 19.110.010. The affordable housing regulations create income restricted units by requiring developers to set aside a percentage of housing units to be sold or rented at below -market prices. The current provisions read as follows (highlighting added): (2) Affordable housing defined. "Owner -occupied affordable housing" means dwelling units that are offered for sale at a rate that is affordable to those individuals and families having incomes that are 80 percent or below the area median income (AMI). "Rental affordable housing" means dwelling units that are offered for rent at a rate that is affordable to those individuals and families having incomes that are 50 percent or below the area median income (AMI). (3) Multiple -family developments; senior citizen housing; assisted living facilities; townhouse development; zero -lot line townhouse development; mixed -use projects; and cottage housing in multifamily zones. New projects involving 25 dwelling units or more are required to provide affordable dwelling units as part of the project. At least two dwelling units or five percent of the total number of proposed units, whichever is greater, shall be affordable. Projects including affordable dwelling units may exceed the maximum allowed number of dwelling units as follows: (a) One bonus market rate unit for each affordable unit included in the project; up to 10 percent above the maximum number of dwelling units allowed in the underlying zoning district. (5) Duration. An agreement in a form approved by the city must be recorded with King County department of elections and records requiring affordable dwelling units which are provided under the provisions of this section to remain as affordable housing for the life of the project. This agreement shall be a covenant running with the land, binding on the assigns, heirs and successors of the applicant. Since these code provisions were added in 1997, 85 income -restricted units have been created to serve low income (50%>80% AMI) and very low income (30%>50% AMI) residents. See a list of the project specific information attached as Table 1. The report prepared by Heartland included a recommendation to remove the affordable housing regulations for the City Center -Core, City Center -Frame and Community Business zones as a measure to reduce the cost for developers and achieve more multifamily development in the City of, Federal Way. Affordable Housiniz Regulations & Inclusionary Zoning in the Re ion Not all cities have a requirement for income -restricted affordable housing, sometime referred to as inclusionary zoning or inclusionary housing requirements. Staff put the following Table together to provide information on inclusionary programs. Requitement/Incentive Seattle 2.1% - 7% (SMC 23.58C.050 Table A Bellevue Auburn Kirkland Voluntary — extra density Chart 20.25D.090 10% @ 50 AMI C 112.15 Kent Sammamish 10% @ 80 AMI in Town Center Renton Federal Way 5% Redmond 10% @ 80 AMI or 5% @ 50 AMI Shoreline Burien R-35 zone) 10% @ 60-70 iifm 5% (IMC 18.21.0701 Issaquah Des Moines 10% @ 50 AMI (BMC 12.64.105(B)(4) 5% @ 50 AMI (NMC 18.38.020 Bothell SeaTac Newcastle Tacoma 2 Housing Need by Income Band As part of the Periodic Update to the Comprehensive Plan, the city is mandated to "plan for and accommodate housing affordable to all economic segments of the population of this state, promote a variety of residential densities and housing types, and encourage preservation of existing housing stock." RCW 36.70A.020(4). The City has a housing target of 11,