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    Final CapitalImprovementPlan 2012 - 2016

    Forest Preserve Distr ictof Cook County

  • http://www.fpdcc.com/downloads/FinalCIP1-10-2012.pdf

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    Introduction

    DescriptionofFundingSources

    Proposed2012SpendingbyCategory

    FinalCapitalImprovementPlanbyFundingSource

    ProjectHighlights

    TABLE1.20122016CapitalProjectsbyLocation

    TABLE2.20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    SummaryofCIPOutreachEvents

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    TheForestPreserveDistrictofCookCountyisoneofthelargest,mostutilizedPreservesinthenation.Itmanagesmorethan68,000acresofwoodlandsandwaterbodiesthatprovidehabitatforavarietyofplantsandanimals.Ourpubliclandsalsoprovideawidearrayoffacilitiesforpubliceducationandoutdoorrecreation.TheForestPreserveDistrictofCookCountyandpartnerorganizationsinvestovertenmilliondollarseachyearoncapitalimprovementprojectsthatrestoreorenhanceitslandscapesandfacilities.TheCapitalImprovementPlan(CIP)isafiveyearprojectionoftheForestPreserveDistrictsinfrastructureinvestmentneedsandpriorities.

    GuidingPrinciplesforthis2012Update.PreliminaryprojectsuggestionshavebeenevaluatedagainsttheDistrictsmissiontorestore,protectandpreserveournaturallandsandprovideopportunitiesforpubliceducationorrecreationaswellastheseGuidingPrinciples:

    PublicHealth,Safety,AccessandConvenience.Doestheprojectaddresspressingneedsrelatingtopublichealth,safetyandaccessibility,orimproveaccessforpeoplewithdisabilities,especiallyforfacilitiesthatareopentothepublic?

    ComprehensivePlanning.Doesitassesstheconditionofourlandandfacilitiesinamorecomprehensivewayandprovideaframeworkforfutureinvestmentdecisions?

    EngagingNewForestPreserveUsers.Doesitengagestakeholdersinplanningfornewfacilitiesandexperiencestointroducenewpeopletotheforestpreserves?

    EnvironmentalSustainability.DoesitensurethatourForestPreservelandsandfacilitieswillbeavailabletofuturegenerations?

    FinancialSustainabilityandPartnerships.Willitgeneraterevenuetosupporttheongoingmaintenanceandoperations?Willitinvolvepartnersthatcontributefundingorotherresourcestomaketheprojectasuccess?

    HowthePlanwasDeveloped.ThisPlanincludesprojectsproposedforspecificlocationsaswellasproposeddistrictwideimprovements.ProjectswereidentifiedbyDistrictstaff,partnerorganizations,stewardshipandrecreation groups. Public suggestions were also received through our website, open houses and otheroutreach efforts over the past severalmonths. Projects were then evaluated and prioritized by givingconsideration to theGuidingPrinciples setoutabove. Forexample, someprojects included in lastyearsupdateoftheCIPthatwerescheduledtostart in2012havenowbeenshiftedtostart in2013pendingtheresultsofsomecomprehensivestudies in2012. Somenewprojectshavealsobeenproposedto introducenewpeopletotheforestpreserves.

    BudgetNeedsfor2012&Beyond.Theestimatedtotalcostofallprojectsfor2012isroughly$42Millionandroughly$100Millionforthenext4years.Anestimated$5.7Millioninnewcapitalfundingwillbeneededtoproceedwith2012projects. Newfundingneeded in2012remainsthesameasnewfundingrequestedfor2011.Onlyprojectswithfundsshowninthe2012columnontheattachedchartsareproposedtobefundednextyear.Fundingfor2012projectswillcomefromfourmajorsourcesdescribedonthenextpage.

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    FUND DESCRIPTION CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT

    The Construction and Development fund is established to account for annual tax levies and certain other revenues to be used for construction of major capital facilities. The funds must be expended over a five-year period and any unspent proceeds at the end of the five-year period are transferred to the Corporate Fund.

    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

    The purpose of this fund is to account for all capital expenditures of the District that are funded by debt or other financing sources and that are not related to land acquisitions.

    GRANT FUNDS The Forest Preserve District receives funds outside of its tax levy that are to be used in the construction of major capital facilities. These funds are received through grants.

    OTHER The Forest Preserve District receives funds outside of its tax levy that are to be used in the construction of major capital facilities. These funds are received through intergovernmental agreements, settlements from third party environmental violations, fees resulting from the District's tree mitigation Ordinance or other fees earmarked for capital improvements. The funds also include remaining surplus from a 2004 bond issue that was authorized by State Senate Bill 83 (SB83).

  • Proposed2012SpendingByCategory

    MaintenanceOutlays,$2,114,217

    Walks,SheltersandRamps,$1,695,000

    HabitatRestoration,$5,756,198

    Recreation LandscapeImprovements,

    $435,000

    ParkingProjects,$4,296,378

    SiteInformation,$739,279

    TrailSystemRebuilding,$2,000,000

    NewTrailSystem,$8,929,264

    GeneralConsultingServices,$2,724,742

    NatureCenters,$180,000

    Camps,$625,000

    RecreationalFacilities,$1,060,000

    BoatFacilities,$688,800

    Washroom,ComfortStations&Pavilions,

    $3,531,151

    GeneralHeadquarters,$1,650,000

    SupportFacilities,$3,126,300

    Water&SewerLines,$886,590

    FenceProjects,$1,080,000

    NeighborSpace2012contribution,

    $100,000

  • FinalCapitalImprovementPlanbyFundingSource

    Funds Carried Forward 2007-

    2011

    Construction and Development Fund

    2012

    Capital Improvement

    Fund 2012 Grants Other FY2012 Unfunded

    Total Estimated

    Project CostA General Consulting Services

    General Consulting Services 558,469$ 1,800,073$ 306,200$ -$ 60,000$ 2,724,742$ 2,650,000$ 5,374,742$ B Capital Outlays

    Maintenance Outlays 663,584$ 523$ 1,450,110$ -$ -$ 2,114,217$ 760,000$ 2,874,217$ C Walks, Shelters and Ramps

    Walks, Shelters and Ramps 605,901$ 264,099$ 675,000$ -$ 150,000$ 1,695,000$ 2,640,000$ 4,335,000$ D Landscape Restoration

    Habitat Restoration 248,781$ 332,417$ 4,805,000$ -$ 370,000$ 5,756,198$ 21,795,000$ 27,551,198$ Recreation - Landscape Improvements -$ 100,000$ 85,000$ -$ 250,000$ 435,000$ 1,365,000$ 1,800,000$ Landscape Restoration Totals 248,781$ 432,417$ 4,890,000$ -$ 620,000$ 6,191,198$ 23,160,000$ 29,351,198$

    E Parking ProjectsParking Projects 1,346,391$ 2,050,050$ 899,937$ -$ -$ 4,296,378$ 7,580,000$ 11,876,378$

    F Site IdentificationSite Information 655,000$ 84,279$ -$ -$ -$ 739,279$ 725,000$ 1,464,279$

    G Construction of Bike and Equestrian TrailsTrail System Rebuilding 2,000,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2,000,000$ 4,605,000$ 6,605,000$ New Trail System 1,190,747$ 140,734$ 98,403$ 7,436,380$ 63,000$ 8,929,264$ 18,298,114$ 27,227,378$ Construction of Bike and Equestrian Trails Totals 3,190,747$ 140,734$ 98,403$ 7,436,380$ 63,000$ 10,929,264$ 22,903,114$ 33,832,378$

    H Building and BridgesNature Centers -$ 72,000$ 108,000$ -$ -$ 180,000$ 3,745,000$ 3,925,000$ Camps 150,000$ -$ 325,000$ -$ 150,000$ 625,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,625,000$ Recreational Facilities 64,384$ 130,616$ 625,000$ -$ 240,000$ 1,060,000$ 7,075,000$ 8,135,000$ Boat Facilities -$ -$ 688,800$ -$ -$ 688,800$ 4,200,000$ 4,888,800$ Washroom, Comfort Stations & Pavilions 999,939$ -$ 2,531,212$ -$ -$ 3,531,151$ 2,000,000$ 5,531,151$ General Headquarters 785,000$ 50,000$ 780,000$ -$ 35,000$ 1,650,000$ 965,000$ 2,615,000$ Support Facilities 291,635$ 382,365$ 2,387,300$ -$ 225,000$ 3,286,300$ 15,636,000$ 18,922,300$ Building and Bridges Totals 2,290,958$ 634,981$ 7,445,312$ -$ 650,000$ 11,021,251$ 36,621,000$ 47,642,251$

    I Sewer & Water ConstructionWater & Sewer Lines 755,855$ 98,535$ 32,200$ -$ -$ 886,590$ 1,330,610$ 2,217,200$

    J Fences, Gates, and Concrete Units

    Fence Projects 838,333$ 233,829$ 7,838$ -$ -$ 1,080,000$ 2,550,000$ 3,630,000$ K Intergovernmental Agreements

    NeighborSpace - 2012 contribution 5,000$ -$ 95,000$ -$ -$ 100,000$ -$ -$ 11 159 019$ 5 739 520$ 15 900 000$ 7 436 380$ 1 543 000$ 41 777 919$ 100 919 724$ 142 597 643$

    PROJECT CATEGORY

    TOTAL 11,159,019$ 5,739,520$ 15,900,000$ 7,436,380$ 1,543,000$ 41,777,919$ 100,919,724$ 142,597,643$ TOTAL

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    This 2012 Update to the Forest Preserve Districts 5-year Capital Improvement Plan includes some changes from prior year updates. Overall spending for 2012 would be higher than 2011 due to the late start in 2011 due to new leadership and decisions to defer some investments. Investment in restoration of natural lands would remain as one of the largest areas of investment. New planning studies and needs assessments would better inform future decisions on whether to invest in major renovations of District facilities such as campgrounds, recreational improvements and support structures. The Planning & Development Department is requesting a substantial boost in its general consulting services budget in 2012 to conduct some necessary baseline assessments and master plans.

    In the development of the 2012 Update, the District has made a more concerted effort to solicit public input. Specifically the District has initiated a web based comment portal and a series of six expanded community outreach events. Comments received from these efforts were reviewed and when appropriate were included in the 2012 Update.

    This 2012 Update also begins to convey some of the strategic thinking behind the Districts recommendations. The highlights below explain why there is a change in level of investment in certain categories of projects and a preview of preliminary plans for the next 5 years.

    Planning & Assessment Projects (General Consulting Services)

    Some major planning and assessment projects are proposed in 2012 that will provide a solid information base for future investment decisions. Larger consulting projects for which funds have been requested in 2012 include:

    Camp improvement - design work for an initial phase of improvements resulting from current master planning effort.

    A new Recreation Master Plan that will review needs for some existing recreation facilities and explore potential new recreation improvements that are consistent with the Districts mission. Some suggestions for new recreation projects, such as a possible new zip line at Swallow Cliff, have been included in the 5-year plan but deferred until 2013 until the Recreation Master Plan is completed.

    Engineering Services civil engineering services for inspection of dam & water control structures, including study of Sauk Lake; and structural engineering services to inspect & design improvements to buildings;

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    Building Needs Assessment to assess all District support buildings. Many requests for improvements to these buildings that were included in the 2011-2015 CIP have been put on hold pending the outcome of this study.

    Trails

    Planning and construction of bike and equestrian trails continues to be one of the largest capital investment areas for the Forest Preserve District. New funding needed in 2012 ($140,734) is significantly lower than in 2011 ($2,008,979), however, because the District has been setting aside funds from previous budgets for large federally-assisted trail projects. These federal grants typically provide funding for 80% of the project costs for bicycle trails. Combining the previously budgeted funds with the 2012 funds and grant funds, there is nearly $11 million dollars available for trail construction and rebuilding.

    The Bicycle Trail map included in this Plan [Figure 1] shows the existing Forest Preserve District trail system, projects under construction and proposed trails. The proposed trails are intended to reflect the major regional trail systems and major links to those trails. The Districts policy has been to develop the major regional trails and encourage connections to those trails by the local municipalities.

    Proposed 2012 major trail projects include engineering of the Calumet-Sag Trail, North Branch Bicycle Trail- Southern Extension (to City of Chicago), North Branch Bicycle Trail-Lake Cook Road Extension (to the Greenbay Trail) and the Thorn Creek Bicycle Trail Extension, and re-routing the multi-use trail at Forty Acre Woods. In addition, 2012 will also include investigation and follow-up on a number of trail repair and safety improvement projects that were identified in public comments that have been received in the past few months.

    Proposed major trail projects for 2013 to 2016 include the Thorn Creek Bicycle Trail, the Calumet-Sag Trail, the North Branch Bicycle Trail Projects, the Orland Grassland Bicycle Trail, the Poplar Creek Trail Connection, Tinley Creek Bicycle Trail extension, and the McGinnis Slough connector Trail.

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    Figure 1

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    Habitat and Landscape Restoration

    Habitat Restoration is the second biggest category of capital investment for the District after trails, with more than $5.7 million in improvements planned for a range of restoration projects that enhance the value or extend the useful life of the District's landscapes and natural resources.

    Approximately $2.1 Million per year is needed for the next 5 years for enhancement of ecologically-important habitat. Another $1 million per year would be used to restore lower-quality land, including retired farm fields. Another $1,000,000 per year is needed for shoreline vegetation removal and wetland restoration District-wide. Silviculture practice projects would be folded into the Restoration Landscape account and funded primarily with fees collected through the District's Tree Mitigation Ordinance. Finally, control of wildlife that causes damage to the

    herbaceous plant community and other important habitat would continue to be a priority for the next three years through an agreement with USDA. In addition, to capital investment of the Forest Preserve District's funds and resources, other agencies and partners are currently investing their own staff and funding to restore District lands. The following agencies and/or organizations are providing agency funding or grant funding for various restoration projects on District lands in 2012; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, OpenLands, Friends of the Forest Preserves and the Illinois Toll Highway Authority. The total amount of funding from various projects add up to approximately $20,000,000 and covers approximately 6,500 acres of District lands. These projects are in various stages of completion, but will all be in progress over the next 2 to 5 years.

    Building Improvement Projects

    Major new buildings originally funded in 2011 will be completed in 2012, including a new boathouse at Busse Lake, substantial renovations of the historic pavilions at Thatcher Woods and Dan Ryan Woods as well as the comfort station at Eggers Grove.

    Major funding requests for buildings in 2012 include major rehab of the Poplar Creek Wildlife Headquarters ($2,000,000) and a pilot program to test out a new comfort station prototype ($1,000,000). Most other building projects in last years update CIP that were slated to start in 2012

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    have been pushed back to 2013, however, pending the results of the Campground Master Plan and Building Needs Assessment described earlier.

    Camps

    Camp programs and facilities in the Forest Preserves are an area where major capital investment is anticipated over the next 5 years. A new system of camping facilities is viewed as one of the most promising strategies for introducing a broad range of new people to the forest preserves. In 2012, the District expects to complete a master plan including concept drawings for all of its camping activities. Design drawings for an initial phase of improvements will also begin in 2012. By 2013, plans for a major new legacy project such as a flagship campground and conference center should be fully developed in time for implementation in the Districts 2014 Centennial year.

    Picnic Shelters

    Picnic Shelters are one of the most heavily used seasonal facilities in the forest preserves. Continued investment in building new shelters in strategic locations is planned for 2012 and beyond. In addition to investment in the shelters themselves, the District is planning to implement a pilot program using environmentally-sustainable materials to construct walkways to improve access to the shelters.

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    Parking Lots

    Most residents drive to forest preserves to use a picnic grove, visit a nature center, fly a model airplane or ride on a trail. Maintaining the Districts extensive system of parking lots is important in serving the public. Building new parking lots to provide access to newly-acquired lands is also especially costly and potentially damaging to the environment. The District typically invests $1-2 million per year on repaving a dozen or so existing parking lots and building 1 or 2 new ones.

    In 2011, District engineering staff have assessed and rated hundreds of existing parking lots and rated them using the Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating (PASER) scale developed by the Transportation Information Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus. Using this rating system, a rating of 10 represents a brand new lot and 1 represents a pavement that has failed and should be considered for reconstruction. The most severely deteriorated lots with a rating of 3 or less have been given priority for repaving in 2012. Moderately deteriorated lots with a rating of 4 to 5 have been slated for work in 2013-2015. [Figure 2] District planning and engineering staff also plan to continue to refine existing policies and best practices for construction, repaving and maintenance of paved its parking lots and paved surfaces. Related engineering initiatives in 2012 will include revisiting of the Districts stormwater management policy.

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    Figure 2

  • 2012-1216 Capital Projects by Location

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    Arthur L. Janura Preserve Restoration* 15 1 Northwest XBaker's Lake Overlook 14 2 Northwest XBaker's Lake Younghusband Prairie 14 2 Northwest XBarrington Road Pond 15 1 NorthwestBeverly Lake 14 1 Northwest XBluff Spring Fen 15 1 NorthwestBode East 15 1 NorthwestBode Lake 15 1 Northwest XBusse Forest - Central 15 2 NorthwestBusse Forest - North 15 2 NorthwestBusse Forest - South 15 2 Northwest XBusse Forest - West 15 2 Northwest XBusse Forest Elk Pasture 15 2 Northwest X XBusse Forest Main Dam 15 2 Northwest XBusse Forest Trail - paved 15 2 Northwest XBusse Lake Beisner Road Access 15 2 Northwest XBusse Lake Boating Center 15 2 Northwest X XBusse Main Pool 15 2 Northwest XBusse-North Pool 15 2 NorthwestBusse-South Pool 15 2 NorthwestCamp Alphonse 14 2 Northwest XCamp Reinberg 14 2 Northwest XCarl R. Hansen Woods 15 1 NorthwestCrabtree Nature Center 14 1 Northwest X XDeer Grove 14 1 NorthwestDeer Grove Lake 14 2 NorthwestDeer Grove Sub-Headquarters 14 2 NorthwestDeer Grove Trail - paved 14 2 NorthwestDeer Grove Trail - unpaved 14 2 NorthwestDeer Grove-East 14 2 Northwest XDeer Grove-West 14 2 NorthwestGrassy Ridge Meadow 14 2 Northwest XGreat Egret Family Picnic Area 15 1 Northwest XHighland Wood Driving Range 14 2 NorthwestHighland Woods Golf Course 14 2 NorthwestNed Brown Meadow 15 2 NorthwestNorthwest Division Headquarters 15 2 NorthwestNorthwest Resource Management HQ 15 2 Northwest XOld Stover Trailhead 14 1 Northwest XPaul Douglas & Crabtree Trail - paved 14 2 Northwest XPenny and Healy Prairie Restoration 14 1 Northwest XPenny Rd Pond 14 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek 15 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek Bicycle Lot 15 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek Division Headquarters 15 1 NorthwestPoplar Creek Equestrian Parking 15 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek Model Airplane Flying Field 15 1 Northwest X XPoplar Creek Police 15 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek Trail - paved 15 1 Northwest XPoplar Creek Trail - unpaved 15 1 Northwest XResource Management Wildlife HQ 15 1 Northwest X XSpring Creek Valley Headwaters 14 1 Northwest X XSpring Lake Equestrian Parking 14 1 NorthwestSpring Lake Nature Preserve 14 1 NorthwestSpring Lake Trail - unpaved 14 1 Northwest XWoodland Meadow 15 2 Northwest X

    Allison Woods 17 3 North XAxehead Lake 17 3 North XBeck Lake 17 3 North X X

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    Belleau Lake 17 3 North XBig Bend Lake 17 3 North XBilly Caldwell Golf Course 9 4 NorthBlandings Grove Family Picnic Area 17 3 North X XBlue Beech Family Area 9 3 North X XBlue Star Memorial Woods 14 4 North XBunker Hill 13 4 North XCaldwell Woods 9 4 NorthCalvin R. Sutker Grove 13 4 North XCamp Adahi 14 4 North XCamp Baden Powell 17 3 North XCamp Dan Beard 14 3 North XCamp Glenview 14 4 North XCamp Ground Road Woods 17 3 North X XCamp Pine Woods 17 3 North XCatherine Chevalier Woods 9 3 North XChe Che Pin Qua Woods 9 3 North XChicago Botanic Garden 13 4 NorthChick Evans Golf Course 13 4 NorthChipilly Woods 14 4 NorthChippewa Woods 17 3 North XDam No 1 Woods-East 14 3 North XDam No 1 Woods-West 14 3 NorthDam No. 2 Woods 17 3 North XDam No. 4 Woods-East 17 3 North X XDes Plaines Division Headquarters 17 3 NorthDes Plaines Trail - paved* 17 3 NorthDes Plaines Trail - unpaved 17 3 NorthEdgebrook Golf Course 9 4 NorthEdgebrook Woods 9 4 North X X XErickson Woods 14 4 North XEvans Field 9 3 North XForest Glen Woods 9 4 North X X XForest Way Grove 14 4 North XFullerton Woods 9 3 North X XFullerton Woods Family Picnic Area 9 3 North XGlen Grove Equestrian Center 13 4 North X X XGlenview Woods 14 4 NorthHarms Woods-Central 14 4 NorthHarms Woods-North 14 4 NorthHarms Woods-South 14 4 NorthHarry H. Semrow Driving Range 17 3 NorthIndian Boundary Division HQ 9 3 NorthIndian Boundary Family Picnic Area 16 3 North X XIndian Boundary Golf Course 9 3 NorthIrene C. Hernandez 12 4 North XIroquois Woods 17 3 North XIrving Park Road Canoe Landing 9 3 North XJerome Huppert Woods 9 3 North X XJohn E. Traeger Picinic Area 17 3 North X XKloempken Prairie 17 3 NorthLabagh Woods 12 4 North X XLake Avenue Woods-East 17 3 North XLake Avenue Woods-West 17 3 North XLinne Woods 13 4 North X XLions Woods 17 3 North XLittle House Of Glencoe 14 4 North XMary Mix Mcdonald Woods 13 4 NorthMassasauga Family Picnic Area 14 3 North X XMathew Bieszczat Volunteer Resource Center 9 4 North XMiami Woods 13 4 North X

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    North Branch Division Headquarters 13 4 North X XNorth Branch Trail - paved 13 4 North X XNorth Branch Trail - unpaved 14 4 NorthNorthwestern Woods 17 3 North X XPerkins Woods 13 4 NorthPotawatomi Lake 14 3 NorthPotawatomi Woods 14 3 NorthRiver Bend Family Picnic Area 9 3 North X XRiver Trail Nature Center 17 3 North X X XRobinson Homestead Family Picnic Area 9 3 North X XRobinson Woods-South 9 3 North XSchiller Model Airplane Flying Field 9 3 NorthSchiller Playfield 9 3 North XSchiller Pond 9 3 North XSchiller Woods-East 9 3 NorthSchiller Woods-South 16 3 NorthSchiller Woods-West 9 3 NorthSidney Yates Flatwoods 9 4 NorthSkokie Division Headquarters 14 4 North XSkokie Lagoon 14 4 North XSkokie Resource Management HQ 13 4 North XSomme Nature Preserve 14 4 NorthSomme Prairie Grove 14 4 NorthSomme Woods 14 4 North XSt. Paul Woods 13 4 North XSunset Bridge Meadow 9 3 North XThaddeus S. "Ted" Lechowicz 9 4 North XTower Road 14 4 North XTower Road Boat Launch 14 4 North X X XTurnbull Woods 13 4 North XWatersmeet Woods 14 4 NorthWayside Woods 13 4 North XWhealan Pool Aquatic Center 9 4 North X

    Andrew Toman Grove 16 5 Central XArie Crown Forest 16 6 CentralArie Crown Trail - unpaved 16 6 CentralBemis Woods-North 17 5 CentralBemis Woods-South 17 5 Central X XBrezina Woods 16 5 CentralBrookfield Woods 16 5 Central XBrookfield Zoo 16 5 CentralCallahan Grove 16 5 Central XCentral Maintenance Facility 16 5 Central XCermak Family Aquatic Center 16 5 Central XCermak Quarry 16 5 Central XCermak Woods 16 5 CentralChicago Portage Natl Historic 16 5 Central X XCummings Square 9 5 Central X X XG.A.R. Woods 9 5 CentralGeneral Headquarters 9 5 Central X X XHal Tyrell Trailside Museum 9 5 CentralLagrange Park Woods 16 5 Central XLake Ida 16 6 Central XMaywood Grove 1 5 Central XMcCormick Woods 16 5 Central X XMeadowlark Golf Course 17 5 CentralMiller Meadow-North 16 5 Central XMiller Meadow-South 16 5 Central XNational Grove-North 16 5 Central X XNational Grove-South 16 5 Central X X

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    Arrowhead Lake 17 8 Southwest XBachelor's Grove Woods 6 8 Southwest X XBartel Grassland 6 8 SouthwestBelly Deep Slough 17 6 Southwest XBergman Slough 17 7 SouthwestBlack Partridge Woods 17 7 Southwest XBobolink Family Picnic Area 6 8 Southwest XBremen Grove 17 8 Southwest XBuffalo Woods Family Picnic Area 16 6 Southwest XBuffalo Woods-Central 16 6 Southwest XBuffalo Woods-North 16 6 Southwest XBuffalo Woods-South 16 6 Southwest X XBullfrog Lake 17 6 Southwest XBur Oak Woods 6 8 Southwest XCalumet Sag Bicycle Trail - Paved* Southwest X XCamp Falcon 6 8 Southwest XCamp Kiwanis Equestrian Staging Area 17 6 Southwest X XCamp Sullivan 6 8 SouthwestCap Sauers Holding 17 7 SouthwestCarlson Springs Woods 6 8 Southwest XCatalina Grove Family Picnic Area 17 8 Southwest XCentennial Trail - paved 17 6 SouthwestCherry Hill Woods 17 7 Southwest X XColumbia Woods 17 6 Southwest X XCoopers Hawk Family Picnic Area 6 8 Southwest XCountry Lane Woods 17 6 Southwest XCranberry Slough 17 6 SouthwestCrawdad Slough 17 6 Southwest X XCrooked Creek Woods 17 6 Southwest XDan McMahon Woods 17 6 Southwest XElizabeth A. Conkey Forest North 6 8 SouthwestElizabeth A. Conkey Forest South 6 8 Southwest X

    SOUTHWEST REGION

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    Flossmoor Road Bicycle Lot 5 8 Southwest XForty Acre Woods 17 7 Southwest XGeorge W. Dunne National Driving Range 17 8 SouthwestGeorge W. Dunne National Golf Course 17 8 Southwest XGoeselville Family Picnic Area 6 8 Southwest XHenry De Tonty Woods 17 6 Southwest XHickory Hills Woods 6 6 Southwest X XHidden Pond Woods-East 17 6 Southwest XHidden Pond Woods-West 17 6 Southwest XHorsetail Lake 17 7 Southwest XJoe's Pond 17 6 Southwest XJohn Husar I&M Canal 16 6 Southwest XJohn Husar I&M Canal Trail - paved 16 6 SouthwestLittle Red Schoolhouse Nature Center 17 6 Southwest X X X X XMaple Lake 17 6 SouthwestMaple Lake Boating Center 17 6 Southwest X X XMaple Lake Overlook 17 6 Southwest XMaple Lake-east 17 6 Southwest XMcClaughrey's Spring Woods 17 7 Southwest XMcGinnis Field Station 17 7 Southwest XMcGinnis Slough 17 7 Southwest X X XMcGinty Slough 17 7 SouthwestMidlothian Meadows 6 8 SouthwestMidlothian Reservoir 6 8 Southwest XMorrill Meadow 17 6 Southwest X XOak Forest Property* 6 8 Southwest X XOrland Grassland 17 7 Southwest XOrland Grassland Trail - Paved* 17 7 Southwest XOrland Grove 17 7 Southwest XPaddock Woods 17 7 Southwest XPalos Division Headquarters 17 6 Southwest X XPalos Fen 17 6 SouthwestPalos Park Woods-North 17 7 SouthwestPalos Park Woods-South 17 7 SouthwestPalos Trail - unpaved 17 6 SouthwestPapoose Lake 17 7 Southwest X XPaw Paw Woods 17 6 SouthwestPioneer Woods 17 6 Southwest XPulaski Woods 17 6 SouthwestPulaski Woods-East 17 6 SouthwestPulaski Woods-South 17 6 Southwest XRed Gate Woods 17 6 Southwest X XRubio Woods 6 8 Southwest X XSag Quarries 17 7 Southwest XSag Valley 17 7 SouthwestSag Valley Trail - unpaved 17 7 Southwest XSaganashkee Slough Boat Launch 17 6 Southwest XSaganashkee Slough-Central 17 6 Southwest XSaganashkee Slough-East 17 6 Southwest XSagawau Environmental Learning Center 17 6 Southwest X X X XSouth Police 17 7 Southwest X XSouth Suburban Rowing Facility* 17 7 SouthwestSouthland Volunteer Resource Center 17 7 SouthwestSpears Woods 17 6 Southwest XSt. Mihiel Woods-east 6 8 Southwest X XSwallow Cliff Woods-North 17 7 Southwest X X XSwallow Cliff Woods-South 17 7 SouthwestTampier Greenway Family Picnic Area 17 7 Southwest XTampier Lake Boating Center 17 7 Southwest X X XTampier Lake-North 17 7 Southwest XTampier Lake-West 17 7 Southwest X

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    Teason's Woods 17 7 Southwest XTinley Creek Division Headquarters 6 8 Southwest XTinley Creek Model Airplane Flying Field 6 8 Southwest XTinley Creek Resource Management HQ 6 8 Southwest XTinley Creek Trail - paved 5 8 Southwest XTinley Creek Trail - unpaved 6 8 Southwest X XTinley Creek Woods 6 8 Southwest XTryner's Pond 6 8 SouthwestTuma Lake 17 6 Southwest XTurtlehead Lake 17 8 Southwest XVollmer Road Grove 5 8 Southwest XWhite Oak Woods 17 6 Southwest X XWillow Springs Woods 17 6 Southwest XWolf Road Woods 17 6 SouthwestYankee Woods 17 8 Southwest X X

    Beaubien Woods 4 9 South X XBeaubien Woods Boat Launch 5 9 South X X XBeaubien Woods Trail - Paved* 4 9 SouthBrownell Woods 6 9 South XBurnham Greenway Trail - paved 4 9 SouthBurnham Prairie Natue Preserve 4 9 South XBurnham Woods Golf Course 4 9 SouthCalumet City Playfield 4 9 South XCalumet City Prairie 4 9 SouthCalumet Division Maintenance 3 9 SouthCalumet Division Maintenance HQ 11 9 SouthCalumet Division Sub-Headquarters 4 9 South XCalumet Woods 5 9 South XClayhole Woods 4 9 South XDan Ryan Woods Trail - Paved* 3 9 South XDan Ryan Woods-91st Street 11 9 SouthDan Ryan Woods-Central 3 9 SouthDan Ryan Woods-East 3 9 SouthDan Ryan Woods-North 3 9 SouthDan Ryan Woods-South 11 9 South XDan Ryan Woods-West 3 9 South XDixmoor Playfield 5 9 South X XEggers Grove 4 9 South X XFlatfoot Lake 4 9 South XGleenwood Woods-North 6 9 SouthGlenwood Woods-South 6 9 SouthGreen Family Aquatic Center 4 9 South XGreen Lake Woods 4 9 South XIndian Hill Woods 5 9 SouthJoe Louis "the Champ" 5 9 SouthJoe Orr Woods 5 9 South XJurgensen Woods 5 9 SouthKickapoo Woods 5 9 South XKing's Grove 6 9 SouthKing's Grove Sub-Headquarters 6 9 SouthLansing Woods 6 9 South XLittle Calumet Boat Launch 5 9 South XMajor Taylor Trail - paved 3 9 SouthMichael J. O'malley Preserve 6 9 SouthNorth Creek Meadow 6 9 South XO'Malley Ponds 6 9 SouthPlum Creek Play Meadow 6 9 South X X XPlum Creek Unpaved Trail 6 9 SouthPowderhorn Lake 4 9 South XRiver Oaks Golf Course 6 9 South

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    Sand Ridge Nature Center 4 9 South X X X X XSand Ridge Prairie 4 9 SouthSauk Lake 6 9 SouthSauk Trail Woods-Central 6 9 SouthSauk Trail Woods-East 6 9 SouthSauk Trail Woods-North 6 9 SouthSauk Trail Woods-South 6 9 SouthSchubert's Woods 6 9 SouthShabbona Woods 4 9 South X X XSweet Woods 5 9 South XThorn Creek Acquisition 6 9 SouthThorn Creek - Canoe Access 6 9 South X XThorn Creek Division Headquarters 6 9 South X XThorn Creek Model Airplane Flying Field 6 9 South XThorn Creek Trail - paved 6 9 South X XThorn Creek Trail - unpaved 6 9 SouthThorncreek Resource Management HQ 6 9 South XThornton-Lansing Road 6 9 SouthWampum Lake 6 9 South XWentworth Prairie 4 9 SouthWhistler Woods 5 9 South X X XWoodrow Wilson Woods 5 9 South X

    DISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - BUILDINGS DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - CAMPS DW X XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - DOG FRIEND AREA DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - ENGINEERING DW X X XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - FENCE DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - GEN. CON. DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - LAND ACQ. DW X XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - MAIN. OUTLAYS DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - PARKING DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - PICNIC DW X X X XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - REC. FAC. DW X X XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - REST. LAND DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - SEWER DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - SITE ID. DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - SUPPORT DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - TRAILS NEW DW XDISTRICT WIDE PROJECTS - TRAILS OLD DW X X

    DISTRICT WIDE

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF OtherGeneralConsultingServicesCampimprovementsdesignworkfollowingcampmasterplan $245,694 $147,305 $200,000 $200,000Structuralengineeringservicestoinspect&designbuildings,bridges,underpasses&trailsDistrictWide(5years) $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000ADAAssessmentPlan $20,000 $40,000 $60,000Recreationneedsassessment(includingsupportservices&parking)in2012;preliminarydesignin2013 $330,000 $250,000OakForestMasterPlanphase2(design&permitting) $70,000SandRidgeNatureCenterboardwalkdesign $60,000Engineeringservicesforinspection,assessmentand/orremovalofdam&watercontrolstructuresDistrictWide,includingSaukLakestudy($100k);preliminarydesignin2013 $139,143 $110,000 $320,000BuildingNeedsAssessment(assessmentofallDistrictbuildings) $100,000GHQrenovationdesign $100,000DevelopmentofPreventiveMaintenanceandEnergyEfficiencyplanformechanical,electricalandplumbingsystems $150,000StormWaterManagementconsulting $100,000

    EngineeringServicestoinvestigatefloodedpicnicgroves([email protected]$3k/ea.) $75,000NorthBranchBicycleTrailExtensionPhaseIIEngineering(Total=$299,000;80%Grant=$239,000;20%FPD=$60,000) $60,000

    LittleRedSchoolhousewater&sewertreatmentmonitoring$50,000/yr,5yrs $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000LakeCookRoadNorthBranchBicycleTrialinpartnershipwiththeChicagoBotanicalGardenPhaseIIEng(Total=$120,456;30%FPDshare=$36137) $27,242 $8,895SurveyservicesestablishmentofofficialpropertyboundarymarkersDistrictWide($25k/yr) $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000Misc.EngineeringServicesforMechanical,Electrical&PlumbingProjects($25k/yr,5yrs.) $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000CalumetSagBicycleTrailEASTSectionPhaseIIEng(Total=$82,311;80%Grant=$65,849;20%FPD=$16,462) $16,462Miscellaneousenvironmentalandgeotechservices $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000Graphicdesignservicesforredesigned5yearCIPreport $10,000Campgroundmasterplan $300,000Costestimatingservices $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000EngineeringfornewEggersGroveTrailConnection&spurtowashrooms $30,000EngineeringfortrailalignmentatRollingKnolls $15,000DesignofrestorationlandscapeatRollingKnolls $10,000DesignfornewconcessionbuildingatSwallowCliffandCummingsSquare $50,000Misc.architectural,engineering,anddesignservices $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    DesignforDanRyanWoodsverticaltrailconnectortopavilion $40,000EngineeringforfuturetrailatWhistlerWoods $50,000EngineeringforfuturepavedtrailatMcGinnisSlough $100,000CentralGarageboilerdesignpendingenergyaudit $25,000DesignTinleyCreekResourceManagementnewmetalGarage(1building)pendingbuildingneedanalysis $20,000DesignforCentralGaragemetalbuildings(3buildings)pendingbuildingneedsanalysis $25,000

    DesignforTinleyCreek,NWThornCreekDivHQsMetalBuildings(1newbuildingand4reskinningsandnewwindowsonTinleyHQ)pendingbuildingneedsanalysis $30,000SagawauEnvironmentalLearningCenterFarmhouserehabpendingbuildingneedsanalysis $50,000MapleLakeBoatHousedesignpendingrecreationneedsanalysis $50,000DesigncanoelaunchesforThornCreekandSaltCreek $25,000Interpretivesignage&exhibitservicesforGHQhistoricalexhibits $25,000Engineeringretainage $105,000

    $2,358,541 $306,200 $0 $1,485,000 $555,000 $305,000 $305,000MaintenanceOutlaysMasterKeyingprogramPhaseIIIResourceManagementfacilities $100,000InstallJohnsonControlSystemsintoSagawauandLRSHFaculties $200,0003000Picnictables($400/table)plusreplacementwood $23,000 $1,200,00030RecyclingDumpsters($500/dumpster) $14,890 $11040Dumpsters($500/dumpster) $20,000Installnewstalldoorsincomfortstations&atfamilyaquaticcenters $150,000Implementationofpreventivemaintenanceandenergyefficiencyplantobedevelopedin2012byP&D $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000Installationofnewreplacementdoors $100,000Fueltanktesting $120,000CapitalOutlaysDistrictWide $86,217 $100,000 $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $90,000

    $664,107 $1,450,110 $0 $190,000 $190,000 $190,000 $190,000

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF Other 2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    Walks,SheltersandRampsConstructaccesspathstosomesheltersfromparkinglots(greeninfrastructurepilotprogram) $0 $250,000BoardwalkreplacementatSandRidgeNatureCenter[Note:Originalestimateof$1.2Mreducedby50%.Needmoreaffordablealternatives.] $200,000 $400,000PicnicShelterRepairProgram([email protected]$120,000/yr) $120,000 $120,000 $120,000 $120,000 $120,000Paintshelterceilings([email protected]/shtrx$100/hr) $75,000Replace2flatroofsheltersatRubioWoods $350,000

    InstallpermanentsleddinghilldockingplatformatSwallowCliffWoodsSlides $25,000SkokieLagoonsBoatRampRepairs. $50,000MapleLakePierWalkway $35,000DanRyanWoodsSouthaqueductrepairPhaseII $25,000NewshelteratSouthDanRyanWoods. $150,000

    NewpicnicshelteratcombinedShabonnaWoods/SandRidgeNatureCenter. $150,000Construct6newpicnicshelteratexistingnonsheltergroves $900,000CanoelaunchesatThorncreek,NorthwesternWoods,EvansField,pendingRec.MasterPlan $400,000PerkinsWoodsPathwayreplacement $50,000 $400,000MiscellaneousWalks,SheltersandRampProjects $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000

    $870,000 $675,000 $0 $1,155,000 $1,195,000 $145,000 $145,000HabitatRestorationIntegratedPestManagement $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000Districtwiderestoration,includingretiredfarmfields5years $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000

    Habitatenhancementandmaintenance;brushremoval,etc.5yearprogram $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $2,100,000Shorelinevegetationremoval $145,000 $400,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000Wetlandrestorationdistrictwide5years $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000SilviculturalPractice $200,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000Campgroundlandscapeimprovements $500,000ShorelineImprovements/FishingOpportunitiesDistrictWide $100,000 $50,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000

    CorrectsurfacedrainageingrovesDistrictWidefollowingengineeringassessment $171,200 $55,000NativeLandscapingContracts $125,000 $125,000 $125,000 $125,000 $125,000RiverTrailshorelinerepairatRiverTrailNatureCenter $120,000FishBarrieronBusseDam $10,000Damremovals&emergencyrepairs,subjectto2012inspections $500,000PennyandHealyRoadPrairieRestoration $80,000PoplarCreekStreambankRestoration $50,000pLittleRedSchoolhouselandscaping(incl.UniversalAccessGarden) $25,000MiscellaneousHabitatRestorationProjects $30,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    $581,200 $4,805,000 $370,000 $6,315,000 $5,160,000 $5,160,000 $5,160,000RecreationLandscapeImprovementsDogparkimprovements(BeckLakeandonenewlocation) $250,000 $500,000Landscapeimprovementsforhistoriclimestonepavilionrenovations(ThatcherWoods,DanRyanWoods,andEggersWoods) $100,000 $50,000Ropechallengecourses(2locations)subjecttoRecreationMasterPlan $400,000ZiplineatSwallowCliff,subjecttoRecreationMasterPlan $200,000PossiblenewconcertormoviestageatThatcherWoodsandCummingsSquare,subjecttoRecreationMasterPlan([email protected]$50kea.) $100,000Replace4lightpolesatDanRyanWoodssleddinghillandparkinglot,subjecttoRec.Needsassessments $25,000MiscellaneousRecreationProjects $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    $100,000 $85,000 $250,000 $1,260,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000ParkingProjectsMisc.ParkingLotRepairsDistrictwide([email protected]$200,000/yr) $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000Districtwidestonepurchase([email protected]$40,000/yr) $40,000 $40,000 $40,000 $40,000 $40,000ConstructnewparkinglotsforBurnhamPrairie($560k)andThornCreek($340k)acquisitions $396,156 $503,844RepavedeterioratedparkinglotsinTinleyCreekDiv.:BachelorGrove($92k),BurrOaks($410k),RubioWoods($300k),YankeeWoods($270k),ElizabethConkeySouth($203k). $878,907 $396,093RepavedeterioratedparkinglotsinThornCreekDiv.:SandRidgeNCredesign($110k),NorthCreekMeadow($175k),PlumCreek($190k). $300,000 $175,000RepavedeterioratedparkinglotsinNorthwestDivision:DeerGroveEast#14($365k),ElkPasture($89k) $365,000 $89,000

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF Other 2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    RedesignandrepavedeterioratedparkinglotsinCalumetDiv.:BeaubienWoodsBoatingCenter($250k);EggersGroveaftercomfortstationcompleted($286k),CalumetWoods($76k). $250,500 $286,000 $76,000RepavedeterioratedparkinglotsinIndianBoundaryDiv.:FullertonWoods($35k),Dam#4($27k),andinPalosDiv.:WhiteOaks($47k). $109,000

    PatchdeterioratedparkinglotsinPalos,SagValley&IndianBoundaryDivs.:BuffaloWoods($40k),ColumbiaWoods($25k),TampierBoatLaunchlot($30k),CatherineChevalier($19k),Schuth'sGrove($18.2k)&JeromeHuppert($7k). $139,200RepaveparkinglotatPoplarCreekWildlifebldg $52,000Repaveparkinglotsforpublicrecreationareasaftercampgroundandrecreationstudiesarecompleted:ThornCreekCanoeLaunch($40k),CampAlphonse($59k),ThatcherWoods($80k),TrailsideMuseum($19k),CampGroundRoadWoods($48k),CampKiwanisreconstruction($450k),PalosFlyingField($150k),PoplarCreekFlyingField($150k) $696,000 $300,000

    RepaveparkinglotsforDistrictsupportbuildingsafterbuildingneedsassessmentcompleted:TinleycreekDiv.HQ($191k),ThornCreekForestryHQ($99k),ThornCreekDiv.HQ($27k),NorthBranchDiv.HQ($78k),PalosDiv.($125k). $520,000RepaveparkinglotsinSaltCreekDiv.(lowerpriorities):NationalGrove#12($22k),BemisWoodsSouth#58($150k) $220,000 $150,000RepaveparkinglotsinPalosDiv.(lowerpriorities):WillowSpringsWoods($170k),CrookedCreek($450k),RedGateWoods($120k),HickoryHills($40k),PulaskiWoodsSouthoverflowlot($30k),CrawdadSlough($80k) $810,000 $80,000RepaveparkinglotsinSagValleyDiv.(lowerpriorities):CherryHill($75k),PapooseLake($106k) $75,000 $106,000RepaveparkinglotsinPoplarCreekDiv.(lowerpriorities):SpringCreekHeadwaters($60k) $60,000

    RepaveparkinglotsinNorthwestDiv.(lowerpriorities);LaBaghWoods($250k) $250,000RemovalofunderusedparkinglotsDistrictWide $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000Newparkinglotsatnewacquisitionsites:SaukTrail($75k),SpringCreeklots($1million);Orland($1million). $75,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000ThornCreekDivisionparkingimprovements $318,844IndianBoundaryDivisionparkingimprovements $398,834

    $3,396,441 $899,937 $0 $2,488,000 $1,800,000 $1,902,000 $1,390,000SiteIdentificationSignageInformationSignsatPriorityLocationsPHASEII $500,000NewTrafficandRegulatorySignsatPicnicGroves,Districtwide.PHASEII $100,000AnnualSignMaintenancePHASEII $40,000TrailSignageUpdatesandMaintenance(NEW) $75,000PropertyBoundaryMarkers/WitnessPosts $600,000TrailCrossingSignageonRoadways(NEW) $50,000ElkPenKiosk $15,000MiscellaneousSiteIdentificationProjects $24,279 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000

    $739,279 $0 $0 $665,000 $30,000 $15,000 $15,000TrailSystemRebuilding

    Realign/[email protected] $243,[email protected] $12,000ResurfaceThornCreekBicycleTrail186thandGlenwoodLansing $600,000PoplarCreekTrailShoeFactorypavespur $200,000Overlay&[email protected]l $174,000PatchingPoplarCreekBikeTrail $18,000RepaveBusseWoodsBikeTrailBeisnerRoadarea $35,000Reconstructionofexistingpavedandunpavedtrailsystems. $252,387 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000TrailrealignmentinPalos $50,000Restorationofditchesalongmultiusetrails $500,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000

    Repave/reditchNorthBranchTrailbetweenDempsterStreetandOaktonAvenue. $60,[email protected]&FreemanRoad $75,[email protected]s $650,000StoneTrailRepairs $1,000,000Bridge&UnderpassRepairsDistrictWide([email protected]$70,000/yr.) $70,000 $70,000 $70,000 $70,000 $70,000MiscellaneousTrailSystemRebuildingProjects $255,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    $1,910,232 $0 $0 $1,005,000 $740,000 $2,255,000 $605,000

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF Other 2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    NewTrailSystemsSpringLakeunpavedtraildevelopment $1,750,000

    CalumetSagBicycleTrailWESTSection(20%FPDCCmatch;$4,680,000totalcost). $546,449 $98,403 $291,148

    ThornCreekBicycleTrailCompletion(20%FPDCCmatch;$5,700,000totalcost). $376,200 $763,800NorthBranchBicycleTrailSouthernExtension(20%FPDCCmatch;$6,660,000totalcost). $435,600 $884,400

    CalumetSagBicycleTrailEASTSection(20%FPDCCmatch;$1,593,832totalcost) $318,766LakeCookRoadNorthBranchBicycleTrailExtensioninpartnershipwiththeChicagoBotanicGardens(fixedFPDCCcost;$1,349,114totalcost). $50,000EggersWoodsnewpath/trailspurtocomfortstation $63,000OrlandGrasslandBicycleTrail. $1,050,000BurnhamGreenwayBicycleTrailextensiontoSandRidgeNatureCenter. $430,000BeaubienWoodsBicycleTrail $300,000ConstructionofBicycle&EquestrianTrailsalongDesPlainesRiver(subjecttosecuring80%granttowardtotalcostof$15M) $3,000,000CentennialTrailCompletion(subjecttosecuring80%granttowardtotalcostof$7.5M) $1,500,000TinleyCreekBicycleTrailConnection(subjecttosecuring80%granttowardtotalcostof$8.8M) $1,760,000LoopTrailatWhistlerWoods(NEW) $400,000NewpavedtrailthruMcGinnisSlough(NEW) $800,000Newunpavedsingletrackmultiusetrails(subjecttoRec.MasterPlan) $100,[email protected]&SagawauEnvironmentalCenter(subjecttoRecreationMasterPlan) $400,000NewBridge&UnderpassProjectspendingidentificationofgrantfunding $6,250,000

    $1,421,249 $98,403 $0 $3,758,114 $800,000 $13,740,000 $0NatureCentersCrabTreeNatureCenterImprovements(NCimprovements2012=$5,000,storagebldg2013=$210,000pendingbuildingneedsanalysis) $5,000 $210,000RiverTrailNatureCenterImprovements(replaceskylights,heatingforresidence,roof&flooronSugarShack) $72,000 $40,000SagawauEnvironmentalLearningCenterbirdprotectionnetting $3,000ChicagoPortageSitetuckpointingandwaterfeaturerestoration $85,000Sagawaufarmhouseimprovementsincludingworkshop/garage $325,000

    LittleRedSchoolhouserehabilitateoldoffice/workshopandoldschoolhouse. $30,000ChicagoPortageInterpretiveCenter(assumes50%of$6Mtotalcosttoberaisedg g p (fromothersources) $3,000,000MiscellaneousNatureCentersProjects $15,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    $72,000 $108,000 $0 $640,000 $35,000 $3,035,000 $35,000CampsCampemergencyrepairsordemolition(demobuildings,asbestosremoval,emergencyrepairs) $150,000 $325,000CampConstruction(followingCampgroundMasterPlan) $0 $3,000,000

    $150,000 $325,000 $0 $3,000,000 $0 $0 $0RecreationalFacilitiesAquaticCenterImprovements(Exteriorlighting,drain&[email protected];door&[email protected]) $195,000GolfCoursebuildingsrenovationordemolition,potentialnewbanquetfacilityatGWDunneGolfCourse,pendingrec.masterplanandpublicprivatepartnership)

    $425,000 $75,000 $3,000,000

    HorseStablerenovation&equestrianfacilitiesatHarms/Golfaftercampgroundstudy $2,700,000Harms&Golfstableimprovements $185,000Flyingfieldimprovements $40,000

    NewSwallowCliffwarmingshelter/concessionbldg,pendingRec.MasterPlan $500,000Lighting,Electrical&OtherMechanicalSystemImprovementProjectsDistrictWide;2015:installationoflightalongtrailsfornighttimecommutingneedsfurtherstudy/funding $120,000 $500,000MiscellaneousRecreationalFacilitiesProjects $15,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000

    $195,000 $625,000 $0 $770,000 $2,735,000 $3,035,000 $535,000BoatFacilitiesBusseBoathouse&dockrepairs $0 $688,[email protected]($900k),SkokieLagoons($1,800,000),newSouthSuburbanrowingfacility($1,500,000) $900,000 $3,300,000

    $0 $688,800 $0 $900,000 $0 $3,300,000 $0

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF Other 2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    Washroom,ComfortStations,&PavilionsWashrooms&[email protected]$300kea.,over3years.(Prototypetobedevelopedandlocationsidentifiedin2012) $934,939 $65,061 $1,000,000 $1,000,000Pavilion&ComfortStationRenovationProjectsPlumCreekcomfortstationdrillnewwell,$30k;EdgebrookWoods&ForestGlentoilets,replacefloorinCaldwellWoodswarmingshelter $65,000DanRyanPavilion $737,360ThatcherWoodspavilion $924,886EggersGrovecomfortstation $531,700GreenLakeWoodselectric $50,405BunkerHillelectric $221,800

    $999,939 $2,531,212 $0 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $0 $0GeneralHeadquartersGHQpublicsafety&codecompliancepriorities(elevator&otherADAimprovements,add'lasbestosremoval);otherrelatedrepairs,$200,000 $800,000GHQexteriorrenovation,windowrehabandstormwindows $35,000 $740,000 $615,000GHQgenerator $15,000GHQcentralairandheat $200,000GHQcornerpavilionimprovements $50,000MiscellaneousGeneralHeadquartersProjects $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000

    $835,000 $780,000 $0 $890,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000SupportFacilitiesPoplarCreekWildlifeHQMajorrehab $2,000,000BuildingRepairsDistrictWide([email protected]$100k/yr.) $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000Ins[email protected]SkokieRM,TinleyRM,[email protected]$10,000/site) $160,000Ins[email protected]SkokieRM,TinleyRM,[email protected]$10k/[email protected]$8,000/door. $320,000PublicsafetyimprovementstoResourceMgmtbuildingimprovements(NWHQ$58k;SaltCreek$20k;[email protected],PoplarCrk&SkokieRMbuildings$20k) $98,000Timeandattendanceinfrastructureinstallation $30,000McGinnisFieldStationImprovementswindows,sidingandanewgarage $95,000 $150,000DemolitionofsomebuildingsatRollingKnolls $100,000CentralMaintenanceGaragetelephone $10,000CentralMaintenanceGarageelectrical $27,300CentralMaintenanceGaragerepairs:newsteamboiler($275k)andwindows($600k)subjecttobuildingneedsassessment $875,000New Maintenance and Police Buildings @ Div. HQs (North Branch, Salt Creek & [email protected](NorthBranch,SaltCreek&DesPlainespendingbuildingneedanalysis) $5,750,[email protected]edanalysis $225,000PalosDiv.HQRemodelingpendingbuildingneedanalysis $150,000CalumetSubdivnHQat87thSt.&Westernnewwindowspendingbuildingneedsanalysis $45,000SkokieDiv.HQInstallnewwindowspendingbuildingneedanalysis $30,000ConstructandrecladmetalbuildingsatthreeDivisionHQsTinleyCrkDivHQ,installnewwindowsatTinleyHQandreskin3atThornCreekand1atNWDivHQpendingbuildingneedanalysis $350,000NorthBranchDivHQImprovementspendingbuildingneedanalysis $180,000

    CentralMaintenanceGaragenewbuildings:HighBayBuilding$1.2M;tempcontrolleddocstoragebldg.$150k;3newcoldstoragebuildings($500k) $1,350,000 $500,000Div.HQsLowerPriorityBuildingImprovementProjects $4,291,000NewroofatThornCreekDiv.HQ $40,000Loosematerialstoragecorrals $96,000NewbuildingforEcologyStaff(assumes50%of$1.2millioncosttoberaisedfromothersources) $1,200,000Miscellaneousemergencyrepairs $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000

    $674,000 $2,387,300 $0 $9,270,000 $6,116,000 $125,000 $125,000Sewer&WaterLinesWaterLineatTampierLake $350,000WaterLineatSouthPoliceHeadquarters $34,390 $7,200 $50,610InstallwaterlinetoBellRoadresidence $25,000Water&SewerRepairDistrictWide([email protected]$20,000/yr.) $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000WaterLineatEggersGrove $350,[email protected]$1500ea. $75,000 $75,000WaterLineatBemisWoods $750,000ReplaceallundergroundwaterpipesatCampReinberg $150,000ReplacepipingforComfortStationatEdgebrookWoods $25,000

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

  • 20122016CapitalProjectsbyCategory,LocationandTiming

    C&D CIF Other 2016ProjectDescription2012 2013 2014 2015

    ReplacepipingforComfortStationatForestGlenWoods $25,000ReplacepipingforComfortStationatLinneWoods $25,000Replacepipingfor2ComfortStationsatLaBaghWoods $50,000Sewer&WaterLinesemergencyrepairs $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000

    $854,390 $32,200 $0 $1,070,610 $95,000 $120,000 $45,000Fence,GatesandConcreteUnitsFencerepairatSandRidgeNatureCenter $18,257 $6,743FenceRepair/Replacement/RemovalDistrictWide $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000

    DropGateBarrierPostmaterials&installationDistrictWide([email protected]$60,000/yr.) $60,000 $60,000 $60,000 $60,000 $60,000PipeSwingGateInstallation(4years,25%oftotal$2,380,000costperyear) $593,905 $1,095 $595,000 $595,000 $595,000InstallfenceatShabonnaWoodstoincorporateintoSandRidgeNC $300,000BeaubienWoodsboatlaunchparkinglotfence $25,000OakForestPropertyInstallFence. $100,000

    $1,072,162 $7,838 $0 $755,000 $880,000 $755,000 $160,000

    IntergovernmentalAgreementsNeighborSpace2012contribution $5,000 $95,000

    $5,000 $95,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

    TOTALS $16,898,540 $15,900,000 $620,000 $36,616,724 $21,391,000 $34,142,000 $8,770,000$11,500,000.00 PreliminaryCIFestimate

    $4,400,000 Surplus2011CIFdollarscarriedover

    Note:Alldollarfiguresareestimatesforbudgetingpurposes. TABLE 2

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    The Forest Preserve District of Cook County has sought public input on the 2012 draft Capital Improvement Plan for 2012-2016. We hosted six public outreach events that were held at the following location:

    DOWNTOWN: Wednesday, Aug. 10th, 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Cook County Office Building, 69 West Washington, Chicago.

    SOUTH SUBURBAN REGION: Friday, Sept. 30th, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Flossmoor Farmers Market, 1000 Sterling Avenue at the Flossmoor Public Library.

    WEST COOK REGION. Saturday, Oct. 1st, 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Maywood

    Multicultural Farmers Market, 121 S. Fifth Avenue, next to the Maywood Public Library.

    SOUTHWEST COOK REGION. Tues., Oct. 11, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Sagawau

    Environmental Learning Center, Lemont.

    NORTHWEST COOK REGION. Thurs., Oct. 13, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Crabtree Nature Center, Barrington.

    NORTH SUBURBAN REGION. Saturday, Oct. 15, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Wagner

    Farm Corn Harvest Festival, 1510 Wagner Road, Glenview. In addition to these events the District held two meetings in August with stakeholders and advocates. The attendees to these meetings were invited to participate based on their past and current involvement with the District. This type of outreach is part of a concerted effort to promote transparency and accountability in our operations and gather input and ideas from a broad range of constituents prior to submitting a final plan for your approval. A draft list of proposed projects and public comment forms were available at each event and posted on our website through the "Comment Corner" tab on our website.

    http://fpdcc.com/about/capital-improvement-plan-2012

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