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{{Introduction
 
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|Phase I is the beginning of a project. The principal document involved is the City's Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (Task 5). For extensive complex projects a preliminary study/cost estimate should be prepared for establishing the scope and the project cost estimate.
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|Phase I is the beginning of a project. The principal document involved is the City's Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (Task 5). For extensive complex projects a preliminary study should be performed for establishing the scope and estimating the project cost.
 
   
 
   
 
Project funding is determined early in the planning/scheduling process. Funding sources will depend on project classification and qualifications. The proposed funding sources will have a significant role in determining the tasks that will be involved in this or subsequent phases of a project. For example, if Federal funding is involved, KDOT and MARC are major players in this and subsequent phases.
 
Project funding is determined early in the planning/scheduling process. Funding sources will depend on project classification and qualifications. The proposed funding sources will have a significant role in determining the tasks that will be involved in this or subsequent phases of a project. For example, if Federal funding is involved, KDOT and MARC are major players in this and subsequent phases.
  
A very major objective of this manual is to receive permission from KDOT, subsequent to approval, for the City's Public Works staff to manage/administer Federal funded projects.
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A major objective of this manual is to receive permission from KDOT, subsequent to approval, for the City's Public Works staff to manage/administer Federal funded projects.
 
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The City's website provides interactive [https://www2.opkansas.org/Maps-and-Stats/Map-Viewer/Preliminary-Engineering-Studies '''Preliminary Engineering Studies'''] map with the links to the reports and plan drawings.
 
The City's website provides interactive [https://www2.opkansas.org/Maps-and-Stats/Map-Viewer/Preliminary-Engineering-Studies '''Preliminary Engineering Studies'''] map with the links to the reports and plan drawings.
 
   
 
   
{{Exhibit|I-1a.pdf|No. I-1a| is a list of the City's Standard Bid Items.}}
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{{Exhibit|I-1.pdf|No. I-1| is a list of the City's Standard Bid Items.}}
  
 
== Task 2 - Prepare Feasibility Report ==
 
== Task 2 - Prepare Feasibility Report ==
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*A summary of the project and a staff recommendation.
 
*A summary of the project and a staff recommendation.
  
{{Exhibit|1-2a.dot|No. I-2a|is a sample feasibility report for the TC-4C Storm Drainage project.}}
 
  
{{Exhibit|i-2b.dot|No. I-2b|is a sample feasibility report for Grandview, 135th Street to 137th Street.}}
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Citizens' petition for requesting projects and/or services is an important method of determining interest. If IDs are the method for financing projects, a formal approved petition form must be obtained from the City along with any instructional information.
  
Citizens' petition for requesting projects and/or services is an important method of determining interest.  If IDs are the method for financing projects, a formal approved petition form must be obtained from the City along with any instructional information. Informal petitions are available for requesting streetlights, drainage and sidewalk projects.
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{{Exhibit|ID Petition form.pdf|No. I-2a| is a copy of the City’s petition form for an Improvement District.}}
  
{{Exhibit|I-2f.dot|No. I-2f| is a copy of the City’s petition form for IDs and informal petition forms for streetlights, drainage and sidewalks.}}
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{{Exhibit|Stanley Storm Drainage Improvements - Feasibility Report.pdf|No. I-2b|is a sample Feasibility Report for the improvement project financed by an ID.}}
  
{{Exhibit|I-2c.pdf |No. I-2c| is a copy of Public Works Policy regarding stormwater improvement policies and procedures.}}
 
  
[http://apps.opkansas.org/city-government/agendas-and-minutes/public-works/agendas/2010/2010-02-24/act-1-6.pdf '''Governing Body Resolution No. 3655'''] establishes the policy on creating ID's for bank stabilization projects.
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Property owner(s) desiring consideration of a Storm Drainage Improvement Project shall make a written request to the City that outlines the nature and history of the problem and indicates their support for the improvements.
  
<strike>{{Exhibit|I-2d.pdf|No. I-2d| is a copy of City Resolution 3655 establishing a policy of creating ID's for bank stabilization projects.}}</strike>
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If the nature and history of the problem is a public matter, City staff, upon approval of the Governing Body, may complete a Feasibility Study and/or Preliminary Engineering Study to include problem description; conceptual improvements, and a preliminary cost estimate for all potential Storm Drainage Improvement projects.
  
[http://www.opkansas.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/storm-drainage-improvements.pdf '''Governing Body Resolution No 3900'''] establishes the policy on creatins ID's for drainage projects.
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After we have conducted a Feasibility Study and/or a PES and have a feasible solution, we mail out "Informal Petitions" to document the support from the neighborhood and their intent to donate easements as outlined in Resolution 3900.
  
<strike>{{Exhibit|I-2e.pdf|No. I-2e| is a copy of City Resolution 3900 establishing a policy of creating ID's for drainage projects.}}</strike>
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{{Exhibit|Feasibily study SD improvement project.pdf|No. I-2c|is a sample Feasibility Study for the storm drainage improvement project}}
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{{Exhibit|PES Storm Drainage Improvement Project.pdf|No. I-2d|is a sample Preliminary Engineering Study for the storm drainage improvement project}}
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{{Exhibit|Informal Petition Form storm drainage.pdf|No. I-2e| is a sample of an informal petition for storm drainage improvement project.}}
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Informal petitions are also available for requesting streetlight and sidewalk projects.
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{{Exhibit|Street Light Petition form.pdf|No. I-2f| is an informal petition form for streetlight projects.}}
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{{Exhibit|Sidewalk-petition-residential.pdf|No. I-2g| is an informal petition form for sidewalk projects.}}
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[http://online.encodeplus.com/regs/overlandpark-ks-gbp/doc-viewer.aspx#secid-198 '''Governing Body Resolution No. 4036'''] establishes policy for city-owned streetlighting.
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[http://online.encodeplus.com/regs/overlandpark-ks-gbp/doc-viewer.aspx#secid-184 '''Governing Body Resolution No. 4046'''] establishes the policy on requesting construction of new sidewalks.
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[http://online.encodeplus.com/regs/overlandpark-ks-gbp/doc-view.aspx?secid=413 '''Governing Body Resolution No. 4384'''] establishes the policy on creating ID's for bank stabilization projects.
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[http://online.encodeplus.com/regs/overlandpark-ks-gbp/doc-view.aspx?secid=190 '''Governing Body Resolution No. 3900'''] establishes the policy on creating ID's for drainage projects.
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[[media:PW SOP for Storm Drainage Improvements.pdf|'''Public Works Standard Operating Procedure''']] for Prioritization of Storm Drainage Improvements.
  
 
== Task 3 - Prepare SMAC Project Addition Study (Form) ==
 
== Task 3 - Prepare SMAC Project Addition Study (Form) ==
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{{Exhibit|I-3c.pdf|No. I-3c| is a copy of the Johnson County, Administrative Procedures for the Stormwater Management Program.}}
 
{{Exhibit|I-3c.pdf|No. I-3c| is a copy of the Johnson County, Administrative Procedures for the Stormwater Management Program.}}
  
{{Exhibit|I-3d.dot|No. I-3d| is a sample project addition request letter to the Stormwater Program Manager.}}
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Maintenance projects replacing structurally deteriorated stormwater infrastructure may qualify for funds provided by Johnson County Stormwater Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP).
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{{Exhibit|Inspection Project Template APR2019 Updates.xlsx|No. I-3d| is the project template.}}
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{{Exhibit|InspectionProjectReimbursementForm 2019.xlsx|No. I-3e| is the project reimbursement form.}}
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{{Exhibit|FINAL Submittal JOCO SMP SAMP Report.pdf|No. I-3f| is the Johnson County SAMP Report.}}
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{{Exhibit|2020 SAMP Application.pdf|No. I-3g| is a project submittal sample.}}
  
 
== Task 4 - Obtain City Council Approval - PES ==
 
== Task 4 - Obtain City Council Approval - PES ==
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The City Five Year CIP is prepared annually. This permits revisions to existing projects and submittal of new projects for consideration. The Finance Department usually begins the process in September and is concludes in March (for budget planning purposes) of the subsequent year. During this process there are public hearings by the Planning Commission, City Council Committees, and the City Council.
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The City Five Year CIP is prepared annually. This permits revisions to existing projects and submittal of new projects for consideration. The Finance Department usually begins the process in September and concludes it in March (for budget planning purposes) of the subsequent year. During this process there are public hearings by the Planning Commission, City Council Committees, and the City Council.
  
 
Refer to KDOT's [https://www.ksdot.org/Assets/wwwksdotorg/bureaus/burTransPlan/pdf/SharingtheFuture.pdf '''"Guidelines for Public Involvement"'''] and [https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&SID=5fc7946b772f5f6b1177c7eeebb0fc39&rgn=div5&view=text&node=23:1.0.1.8.43&idno=23  '''Code of Federal Regulations''' (Title 23, Part 771)] regarding the public involvement process requirements for Federal funded projects.  
 
Refer to KDOT's [https://www.ksdot.org/Assets/wwwksdotorg/bureaus/burTransPlan/pdf/SharingtheFuture.pdf '''"Guidelines for Public Involvement"'''] and [https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&SID=5fc7946b772f5f6b1177c7eeebb0fc39&rgn=div5&view=text&node=23:1.0.1.8.43&idno=23  '''Code of Federal Regulations''' (Title 23, Part 771)] regarding the public involvement process requirements for Federal funded projects.  
  
{{Exhibit|I-5b.xlt|No. I-5b| is a 2013-2017 CIP project revision form.}}
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{{Exhibit|2021-2025 CIP - project form.xlsx|No. I-5a| is a 2021-2025 CIP project form.}}
  
{{Exhibit|I-5c.xlt|No. I-5c| is a 2013-2017 CIP project addition form.}}
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{{Exhibit|2021-2025 MIP - project form.xlsx|No. I-5b| is a 2021-2025 MIP project form.}}
  
 
Refer to City's website for information on [https://www.opkansas.org/city-government/capital-improvements-program/ '''Capital Improvement Program'''].
 
Refer to City's website for information on [https://www.opkansas.org/city-government/capital-improvements-program/ '''Capital Improvement Program'''].
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Subsequent to City approval of the CIP, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) will call for new projects along with updates to the current Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). MARC produces a new TIP every other year to outline federal transportation expenditures over the next five-year period. The call for new projects and updates occurs in December with the submittals due to MARC by the first of February.
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Subsequent to City approval of the CIP, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) will call for new projects along with updates to the current Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). MARC produces a new TIP every other year to outline federal transportation expenditures over the next five-year period. The call for new projects and updates occurs at the beginning of the calendar year.
  
 
Refer to MARC's website for the detailed information on [http://www.marc.org/transportation/tip.htm '''Transportation Improvement Program'''] .
 
Refer to MARC's website for the detailed information on [http://www.marc.org/transportation/tip.htm '''Transportation Improvement Program'''] .
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Overland Park is a HUD Entitlement City and annually receives grant money for low and moderate income neighborhoods. A Citizens' Advisory Committee has been organized to monitor the implementation and progress of all CDBG activities.
 
Overland Park is a HUD Entitlement City and annually receives grant money for low and moderate income neighborhoods. A Citizens' Advisory Committee has been organized to monitor the implementation and progress of all CDBG activities.
  
{{Exhibit|I-8.pdf|No. I-8|is the CDBG Citizens' Participation Plan.}}
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{{Exhibit|CDBG Citizen Participation Plan.pdf|No. I-8|is the CDBG Citizens' Participation Plan.}}
  
 
== Task 9 - Receive HUD Approval ==
 
== Task 9 - Receive HUD Approval ==
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In January of each year Johnson County sends the City a packet containing forms and instructions to be used in submitting funding requests for the CARS Five-Year Program.  Submittals must be completed by March 1st of each year.  One form must be submitted for each project. A detailed description of the existing facility and a detailed description of the project must be provided as well as project cost information.
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The CARS program provides funds to the cities of Johnson County to construct and maintain their major arterial streets. Each year the cities submit a 5-year road improvement plan to Johnson County. Using a scoring system, Johnson County selects projects and allocates funds. The CARS Program pays 50% of the projects construction and construction inspection costs. Cities are responsible for design, right-of-way, and utility relocation costs. In January of each year Johnson County sends the City a program letter detailing the process for submitting funding requests for the CARS Five-Year Program.  Submittals must be completed by the date stated in the program letter.  One form must be submitted for each project in the Five-Year Program. A detailed description of the existing facility and a detailed description of the project must be provided as well as project cost information. All program policies, forms and instructions can be found on the [https://www.jocogov.org/dept/public-works/cars-program '''Johnson County CARS Program'''] web page.
  
{{Exhibit|I-10a.pdf|No. I-10a|is a copy of CARS Program Policies and Administrative Procedures and a copy of Resolution No. 019-01, which approved the Policies and Procedures.}}
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{{Exhibit|I-10.pdf|No. I-10|is an example of CARS program letter with instructions for submitting CARS Five-Year program to the Board of County Commissioners. A new program letter will be sent by CARS each year kicking off the annual process.}}
  
{{Exhibit|I-10b.pdf|No. I-10b|is a copy of Resolutions 44-90, 058-94 and 082-04 which define the Major Collectors eligible for County's participation through the CARS program.}}
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{{Exhibit|I-10a.pdf|No. I-10a|is an example of a CARS Program submittal package}}
 
 
{{Exhibit|I-10c.pdf|No. I-10c|is a map of CARS eligible routes current as of Resolution 082-04.}}
 
 
 
{{Exhibit|I-10d.pdf|No. I-10d|is an example of CARS packet with instructions for submitting CARS Five-Year program to the Board of County Commissioners.  A new packet will be sent by CARS each January.}}
 
 
 
{{Exhibit|I-10e.doc|No. I-10e|is CARS Form A. (2017-2021)}}
 
 
 
{{Exhibit|I-10f.xls|No. I-10f|is CARS program summary sheet. (2017-2021)  The summary sheet is no longer required by CARS but is still used and submitted by City staff in developing the CARS Five-Year program.}}
 
  
 
== Task 11 - Execute Other Agency Agreements ==
 
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This agreement between the City and County should be executed prior to beginning project engineering.  The agreement is generally furnished by the County.
 
This agreement between the City and County should be executed prior to beginning project engineering.  The agreement is generally furnished by the County.
  
{{Exhibit|I-11b.pdf|No. I-11b|is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for design.}}
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:[[Media:Executed Design Agreement IC-10-055.pdf|'''Exhibit No. I-11b''']] ''is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for design.''
 
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:[[Media:Executed Construction Agreement IC-10-055.pdf|'''Exhibit No. I-11c''']] ''is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for construction.''
{{Exhibit|I-11c.pdf|No. I-11c|is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for construction.}}
 
  
 
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Submit staff billing reports to the Finance Department for projects which staff time is reimbursable according to executed Interlocal Agreements. This also includes Improvement Districts.
 
Submit staff billing reports to the Finance Department for projects which staff time is reimbursable according to executed Interlocal Agreements. This also includes Improvement Districts.
  
{{Exhibit|V-16c.pdf|No. V-16c|is a sample of a Staff Billing Report to finance.}}
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:[[Media:Staff Billing Report.pdf|'''Exhibit No. V-16c''']] ''is a sample of a Staff Billing Report to finance.''
  
== Task 12 - Obtain Priority Evaluation from KDOT ==
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For more information see Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
 
For more information see Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
  
== Task 13 - Submit KDOT Form 1302 for Project Request. Submit City's Request to Administer the Project ==
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== '''Task 13 - Submit KDOT Form 1302 for Project Request. Submit City's Request to Administer the Project''' ==
 
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Once approved in the TIP, the City shall submit a Project Programming Request (KDOT form 1302) along with a copy of the approved TIP page showing the approved project, and a project schedule. The Form 1302 is available at KDOT's [http://www.ksdot.org/bureaus/burlocalproj/default.asp '''BLP'''] website. With the transmittal of Form 1302 the City shall also request to administer the Federally Funded project. Once this is received by the BLP, the project shall be programmed. After a two week review the BLP shall generate Form 883 and create the City/State Agreement. Once the project receives the project number, the field check plans can be submitted.
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Once approved in the TIP, the City shall submit a Project Programming Request (KDOT form 1302) along with a copy of the approved TIP page showing the approved project, and a project schedule. The Form 1302 is available at KDOT's [http://www.ksdot.org/bureaus/burlocalproj/default.asp '''BLP'''] website. With the transmittal of Form 1302 the City shall also request to administer the Federally Funded project. Once this is received by the BLP, the project shall be programmed. After a two week review the BLP develops and approves the Project Authorization (KDOT Form 883) and creates the City/State Agreement. Once the project receives the project number, the field check plans can be submitted.
 
For more information see Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
 
For more information see Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
  
<strike>{{Exhibit|I-13a.xlsx|No. I-13a|is a Request for Construction Project (KDOT Form 1302)}}</strike>
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:[[Media:Form 1302-revised 2018.xlsx|'''Exhibit No. I-13a''']] ''is a Project Programming Request (KDOT Form 1302).''
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:[[Media:RupisCity Admin-form.xls|'''Exhibit No. I-13b''']] ''is a Rupis Project Schedule Form.''
  
{{Exhibit|I-13b.xlt|No. I-13b|is RUPIS project schedule.}}
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:[[Media:RupisCity Admin.pdf|'''Exhibit No. I-13c''']] ''is a sample Rupis Schedule.''
  
{{Exhibit|I-13c.docx|No. I-13c|is a sample transmittal letter for KDOT form 1302, TIP page, project schedule, and City's request to administer the federally funded project.}}
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:[[Media:KDOT transmittal letter.docx|'''Exhibit No. I-13d''']] ''is a sample transmittal letter to KDOT (project programming request, project schedule, and request to administer the federally funded project).''
  
== Task 14 - Receive Project Authorization from KDOT. Begin Environmental Process. ==
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For more information refer to Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming]] and Chapter [[Media:4.0 Environmental 2018.pdf|'''4.0 Environmental''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
 
For more information refer to Chapter [[Media:2.0 Programming 2018.pdf|'''2.0 Programming]] and Chapter [[Media:4.0 Environmental 2018.pdf|'''4.0 Environmental''']] of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.
{{Exhibit|I-14.pdf|No. I-14|is a sample KDOT project authorization form with a typical project schedule.}}
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:[[Media:Project Authorization Packet.pdf|'''Exhibit No. I-14''']] ''is a sample KDOT project authorization letter with a typical project schedule.''
  
 
== [[:Category:Phase I Exhibits|All Phase I Exhibits]] ==
 
== [[:Category:Phase I Exhibits|All Phase I Exhibits]] ==

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Home I-Vision II-Preliminary Design III-Final Design IV-Pre-Construction V-Construction VI-Retrospect

Introduction

Phase I - Vision

Phase I is the beginning of a project. The principal document involved is the City's Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (Task 5). For extensive complex projects a preliminary study should be performed for establishing the scope and estimating the project cost.

Project funding is determined early in the planning/scheduling process. Funding sources will depend on project classification and qualifications. The proposed funding sources will have a significant role in determining the tasks that will be involved in this or subsequent phases of a project. For example, if Federal funding is involved, KDOT and MARC are major players in this and subsequent phases.

A major objective of this manual is to receive permission from KDOT, subsequent to approval, for the City's Public Works staff to manage/administer Federal funded projects.

Phase I Checklist

Task 1 - Prepare Preliminary Engineering Study/Cost Estimate

For major projects a preliminary study will be conducted and the report prepared. This report will be the basis for establishing the design parameters and preliminary project cost. For thoroughfare street projects, the report will also establish the cross section, right-of-way widths, median openings, intersection geometry, future traffic signal locations, and vertical and horizontal alignments. The preliminary study is a valuable tool to ensure subsequent development complies with the ultimate construction.

The City's website provides interactive Preliminary Engineering Studies map with the links to the reports and plan drawings.

Exhibit No. I-1 is a list of the City's Standard Bid Items.

Task 2 - Prepare Feasibility Report

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A feasibility report is required when an Improvement District is proposed as a method of financing all or part of a project. This feasibility report is required to have the following:

  • Project description,
  • A description of the proposed improvements and benefit points if applicable,
  • Estimate of probable cost and the potential funding sources available for the project (Improvement District, SMAC, and City funds) including the apportionment of the costs,
  • A legal description of the property to be included in the Improvement District,
  • Easement and property acquisitions,
  • Method of assessment,
  • Apportionment of cost and
  • A summary of the project and a staff recommendation.


Citizens' petition for requesting projects and/or services is an important method of determining interest. If IDs are the method for financing projects, a formal approved petition form must be obtained from the City along with any instructional information.

Exhibit No. I-2a is a copy of the City’s petition form for an Improvement District.
Exhibit No. I-2b is a sample Feasibility Report for the improvement project financed by an ID.


Property owner(s) desiring consideration of a Storm Drainage Improvement Project shall make a written request to the City that outlines the nature and history of the problem and indicates their support for the improvements.

If the nature and history of the problem is a public matter, City staff, upon approval of the Governing Body, may complete a Feasibility Study and/or Preliminary Engineering Study to include problem description; conceptual improvements, and a preliminary cost estimate for all potential Storm Drainage Improvement projects.

After we have conducted a Feasibility Study and/or a PES and have a feasible solution, we mail out "Informal Petitions" to document the support from the neighborhood and their intent to donate easements as outlined in Resolution 3900.

Exhibit No. I-2c is a sample Feasibility Study for the storm drainage improvement project
Exhibit No. I-2d is a sample Preliminary Engineering Study for the storm drainage improvement project
Exhibit No. I-2e is a sample of an informal petition for storm drainage improvement project.


Informal petitions are also available for requesting streetlight and sidewalk projects.

Exhibit No. I-2f is an informal petition form for streetlight projects.
Exhibit No. I-2g is an informal petition form for sidewalk projects.


Governing Body Resolution No. 4036 establishes policy for city-owned streetlighting.

Governing Body Resolution No. 4046 establishes the policy on requesting construction of new sidewalks.

Governing Body Resolution No. 4384 establishes the policy on creating ID's for bank stabilization projects.

Governing Body Resolution No. 3900 establishes the policy on creating ID's for drainage projects.

Public Works Standard Operating Procedure for Prioritization of Storm Drainage Improvements.

Task 3 - Prepare SMAC Project Addition Study (Form)

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If a proposed project was not identified by the County's Consulting Engineer, in the initial or subsequent study, a project addition request letter for a proposed project must first be submitted to the Stormwater Program Manager for approval prior to beginning the Preliminary Engineering Study. The project request letter shall include all the requirements documented in the Administrative Procedures. After the proposed project request is approved, an interlocal agreement is prepared and executed prior to beginning the Preliminary Engineering Study.

Exhibit No. I-3a is a copy of the Johnson County, Stormwater Management Program Policy.
Exhibit No. I-3b is a copy of the Johnson County, Stormwater Management Advisory Council, By Laws.
Exhibit No. I-3c is a copy of the Johnson County, Administrative Procedures for the Stormwater Management Program.

Maintenance projects replacing structurally deteriorated stormwater infrastructure may qualify for funds provided by Johnson County Stormwater Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP).

Exhibit No. I-3d is the project template.
Exhibit No. I-3e is the project reimbursement form.
Exhibit No. I-3f is the Johnson County SAMP Report.
Exhibit No. I-3g is a project submittal sample.

Task 4 - Obtain City Council Approval - PES

Completed Preliminary Engineering Study may need Public Works Committee review and recommendation to the City Council, especially if the proposed design deviates from any City ordinance or policy. The Director of Public Works shall make this determination.

Task 5 - Obtain City Council Approval - CIP

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The City Five Year CIP is prepared annually. This permits revisions to existing projects and submittal of new projects for consideration. The Finance Department usually begins the process in September and concludes it in March (for budget planning purposes) of the subsequent year. During this process there are public hearings by the Planning Commission, City Council Committees, and the City Council.

Refer to KDOT's "Guidelines for Public Involvement" and Code of Federal Regulations (Title 23, Part 771) regarding the public involvement process requirements for Federal funded projects.

Exhibit No. I-5a is a 2021-2025 CIP project form.
Exhibit No. I-5b is a 2021-2025 MIP project form.

Refer to City's website for information on Capital Improvement Program.

Task 6 - Submit MARC Five Year Plan

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Subsequent to City approval of the CIP, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) will call for new projects along with updates to the current Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). MARC produces a new TIP every other year to outline federal transportation expenditures over the next five-year period. The call for new projects and updates occurs at the beginning of the calendar year.

Refer to MARC's website for the detailed information on Transportation Improvement Program .

Task 7 - Obtain MARC Approval

Proposed transportation projects will first be prioritized by the Kansas Highway Priority Committee consisting of City Staff members. This recommendation is forwarded to the MARC Total Transportation Policy Committee for recommendation to the MARC Board.

Task 8 - Submit Application to HUD

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Overland Park is a HUD Entitlement City and annually receives grant money for low and moderate income neighborhoods. A Citizens' Advisory Committee has been organized to monitor the implementation and progress of all CDBG activities.

Exhibit No. I-8 is the CDBG Citizens' Participation Plan.

Task 9 - Receive HUD Approval

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The City Manager receives the official grant approval from HUD and the PDS Staff notifies the city department responsible for project design/construction for capital projects.

Task 10 - Submit CARS Five Year Plan to County

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The CARS program provides funds to the cities of Johnson County to construct and maintain their major arterial streets. Each year the cities submit a 5-year road improvement plan to Johnson County. Using a scoring system, Johnson County selects projects and allocates funds. The CARS Program pays 50% of the projects construction and construction inspection costs. Cities are responsible for design, right-of-way, and utility relocation costs. In January of each year Johnson County sends the City a program letter detailing the process for submitting funding requests for the CARS Five-Year Program. Submittals must be completed by the date stated in the program letter. One form must be submitted for each project in the Five-Year Program. A detailed description of the existing facility and a detailed description of the project must be provided as well as project cost information. All program policies, forms and instructions can be found on the Johnson County CARS Program web page.

Exhibit No. I-10 is an example of CARS program letter with instructions for submitting CARS Five-Year program to the Board of County Commissioners. A new program letter will be sent by CARS each year kicking off the annual process.
Exhibit No. I-10a is an example of a CARS Program submittal package

Task 11 - Execute Other Agency Agreements

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  • CARS:

This agreement between the City and County should be executed prior to beginning project construction. The agreement is generally furnished by the County.

Exhibit No. I-11a is an example of a previously executed CARS Agreement.
  • SMAC:

This agreement between the City and County should be executed prior to beginning project engineering. The agreement is generally furnished by the County.

Exhibit No. I-11b is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for design.
Exhibit No. I-11c is an example of a previously executed SMAC Agreement for construction.
  • City:

The interlocal agreement between the cities shall be executed prior to beginning project engineering. If there is CARS, SMAC and/or KDOT funding the interlocal agreement between the cities shall be executed prior to execution of CARS, SMAC, and/or KDOT agreements.

Exhibit No. I-11d is an Interlocal Agreement template.

Submit staff billing reports to the Finance Department for projects which staff time is reimbursable according to executed Interlocal Agreements. This also includes Improvement Districts.

Exhibit No. V-16c is a sample of a Staff Billing Report to finance.

Task 12 - Obtain Priority Evaluation from KDOT

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KDOT participates in the MARC process. As the Federal-Aid projects identified in MARC's approved TIP is scheduled, and funding is available, the City is notified to begin project engineering. For more information see Chapter 2.0 Programming of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.

Task 13 - Submit KDOT Form 1302 for Project Request. Submit City's Request to Administer the Project

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Once approved in the TIP, the City shall submit a Project Programming Request (KDOT form 1302) along with a copy of the approved TIP page showing the approved project, and a project schedule. The Form 1302 is available at KDOT's BLP website. With the transmittal of Form 1302 the City shall also request to administer the Federally Funded project. Once this is received by the BLP, the project shall be programmed. After a two week review the BLP develops and approves the Project Authorization (KDOT Form 883) and creates the City/State Agreement. Once the project receives the project number, the field check plans can be submitted. For more information see Chapter 2.0 Programming of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.

Exhibit No. I-13a is a Project Programming Request (KDOT Form 1302).
Exhibit No. I-13b is a Rupis Project Schedule Form.
Exhibit No. I-13c is a sample Rupis Schedule.
Exhibit No. I-13d is a sample transmittal letter to KDOT (project programming request, project schedule, and request to administer the federally funded project).

Task 14 - Receive Project Authorization from KDOT. Begin Environmental Process.

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No action is required by the City. This is handled by KDOT.

When the project is authorized and Form 883 is executed, the KDOT Bureau of Design, Environmental Services Section (ESS) will perform initial reviews and make initial contacts with environmental regulatory agencies to ascertain the potential for environmental impact.

For more information refer to Chapter 2.0 Programming and Chapter 4.0 Environmental of KDOT's LPA Project Development Manual.

Exhibit No. I-14 is a sample KDOT project authorization letter with a typical project schedule.

All Phase I Exhibits