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City of Springfield

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Transcript of City of Springfield

Utilities
Utilities Maintenance
315 miles of water lines (3/4” to 36”)
285 miles of sewer (6” to 9 feet)
2,700 hydrants, 5,500 water valves, 12,000 manholes
Water Treatment
12.5 MGD, 12 wells, 4 water towers
Full laboratory – serve other area communities
Wastewater treatment
15.5 MGD, 11 lift stations, satellite plant at airport
Full laboratory – complex treatment processes

National Trail Parks and Recreation Ice Arena
2013 and Beyond
There for you every single day!
Emergency Response 24-7
9-1-1 Communications Center
Disaster Preparedness (storm recovery)
Water main breaks
Snow removal
Full service from faucet to flushing
Traffic signals, signs and street lights
September 11th (threats, anthrax, etc.)

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The City of Springfield
Service Department
Chris Moore, Director
8 divisions, 120 FTE’s
25 positions eliminated
Street Maintenance
720 lane miles
800 tons asphalt
4,000 tons of salt
800 dead animals (25 deer)
Fleet Maintenance
540 vehicles
Mowers to fire trucks


Springfield
Council/Manager form of government
One of first in Ohio
Less political, runs more like a business operation under a professional City Manager
$100 million plus annual budget
575 FTE’s; down from 700+
14 Departments








Steve Moody, Chief
127 sworn officers, 18 civilian employees
$14 million annual budget
65,000 annual calls for service
Top 3 calls
6,500 Disorderly
5,250 Suspicious Activity
4,350 Domestic Violence
Average dispatch to arrival time is 4 min, 30 seconds
Forestry

Plant 135 trees, remove 90 & do storm response
3 cemeteries, all boulevards, flowers, etc.
Traffic Control
130 signalized intersections, 260 crosswalks
15,000 traffic signs, street painting, banners
Wayside train horns + Christmas lights
Facilities
18 buildings, fountains, esplanade, flower baskets
7 fire stations, police HQ and substation
Built South Lime & Eastern entry signs

Police
Springfield Regional Medical Center
$250+ million investment
475,000 square feet
1,800 highly paid, skilled jobs relocated in the downtown
Opened November 13, 2011
Getting there wasn’t easy
Ohio Valley Medical Center
$17 million investment
50,000 square feet
100+ highly paid, skilled jobs relocated in the downtown
New MOB now complete next door

Fire Division
Nick Heimlich, Chief
127 sworn Firefighters
$13 million budget
14,600 annual calls for service
1,900 Fire, 12,700 EMS
3,000 business inspections
80+ arson investigations
$33,270,600 in property value saved
1,300 CPR certifications
ISO Class II (equals highest in Ohio)
$4 million – 80% funded
Design/Engineering now underway with July 1, 2015 construction start date
Critical pedestrian/bike access to downtown
Proposed overlook & Witt connection to downtown
Getting there isn’t easy

Veteran's Bridge Project
$12 million investment ($5 million Job Ready Sites Grant; $7 million private investment)
100,000 square feet
Code Blue – 300+ jobs located in downtown
Preserves historic structure


Bushnell Building Redevelopment
National Road Commons
Clark State Performing Arts Center and Creative Arts & Conference Center
Kuss Auditorium – 1,500 seat auditorium;
200 seat black box theater
CACC – New 60,000 square foot banquet and performing arts facility
New downtown anchor

$6.5 million investment
Regulation size ice sheet
Bids came in high twice
Construction began 3/13
Facade Preservation / Reuse
Getting there isn’t easy
Red Light Violations
Year 1 at 1,500 per month
Year 6 at 550 per month (a 63% reduction)

Accidents at Monitored Intersections
Year 1 at 90 total accidents
Year 6 at 48 total (a 47% reduction)


Red Light Program
Airpark Ohio
Regional hub for UAV development
The Ohio/Indiana Unmanned Aerial Systems Center and
Test Complex housed at Nextedge
Home to advanced manufacturing companies like SelectTech Geospatial and MEVA Formwork
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