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CITY OF RALEIGH

ADOPTED CIP FY2017-FY2021

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Parks, Recreation and Cultural

Resources Projects

FY 2017

FY 2018

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

5 Year Total

Land Acquisition

100,000

125,000

100,000

125,000

125,000

575,000

Greenway System

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

1,500,000

Cultural Resources

100,000

110,000

300,000

750,000

235,000

1,495,000

Facility Improvements

2,325,000

2,860,000

2,635,000

2,580,000

3,045,000

13,445,000

Plans, Studies & Development

590,000

500,000

845,000

175,000

220,000

2,330,000

Site Improvements

1,660,000

1,500,000

1,315,000

1,615,000

1,670,000

7,760,000

2014 Bond Projects

19,375,000

28,525,000

7,500,000

18,225,000

-

73,625,000

Total Parks, Recreation and Cultural

Resources Capital

24,450,000

$

33,920,000

12,995,000

23,770,000

5,595,000

100,730,000

Revenue Sources

FY 2017

FY 2018

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

5 Year Total

2014 Bond Proceeds

19,375,000

28,525,000

7,500,000

18,225,000

-

73,625,000

Transfers from General Fund

3,825,000

4,245,000

4,345,000

4,395,000

4,445,000

21,255,000

Tree Conservation Area Fee

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

250,000

Parks Facility Fees

1,050,000

950,000

950,000

950,000

950,000

4,850,000

Transfers from Revolving Fund

100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

500,000

Interest Income

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

250,000

Total Revenue Sources

24,450,000

$

33,920,000

12,995,000

23,770,000

5,595,000

100,730,000

Element Overview

The

City of Raleigh Comprehensive Plan, the City of Raleigh Strategic Plan,

and

the Parks, Recreation

and Cultural Resources System Plan

are the primary guiding documents for park maintenance and

development, level of service and land acquisition. Existing feasibility studies, reports and strategic plans

also guide staff on the timing, scope and location of capital investments required to sustain a maturing

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources system. The PRCR department Capital Improvement Program

consists of seven project categories: Land Acquisition; Greenway System; Cultural Resources; Facility

Improvements; Plans, Studies and Development; Site Improvements; and 2014 Parks, Recreation and

Cultural Resources Bond. Major funding sources for the program include general fund transfers, facility

fees, and bond proceeds.

Recent Accomplishments

The Department opened a new facility at Abbotts Creek Park south of the North Wake Landfill

Park in northeast Raleigh. The project is a joint venture with Wake County Public School System.

The building was designed with sustainable features targeting a Silver LEED certification from the

US Green Building Council.

Renovations and accessibility upgrades on three existing facilities were completed at Worthdale

Community Center, Millbrook Exchange Community Center and Campbell Lodge at Durant

Nature Preserve.

The Schematic Design for Moore Square was approved by City Council and will move forward

with construction documents and the permitting process.

Powell Drive Park playground renovation was completed with a generous contribution from the

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Theta Omega Chapter. Play equipment was installed by

volunteers at a Community Build event.

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