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Agenda 12/04/2007 GMPBOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S SPECIAL MEETING GMP AGENDA DECEMBER 4, 2007 A AGENDA December 4, 2007 9:00 a.m. School Concurrency Amendment Transmittal Hearing 2005 Cycle Amendments Adoption Hearing Jim Coletta, Chairman District 5 Tom Henning, Vice Chairman, District 3 Donna Fiala, Commissioner, District 1 Frank Halas, Commissioner, District 2 Fred W. Coyle, Commissioner District 4 NOTICE: ALL PERSONS WISHING TO SPEAK ON ANY AGENDA ITEM MUST REGISTER PRIOR TO SPEAKING. SPEAKERS MUST REGISTER WITH THE COUNTY MANAGER PRIOR TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE AGENDA ITEM TO BE ADDRESSED. COLLIER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 2003 -53, AS AMENDED, REQUIRES THAT ALL LOBBYISTS SHALL, BEFORE ENGAGING IN ANY LOBBYING ACTIVITIES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ADDRESSING THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS), REGISTER WITH THE CLERK TO THE BOARD AT THE BOARD MINUTES AND RECORDS DEPARTMENT. 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PLEASE CONTACT THE COLLIER COUNTY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT LOCATED AT 3301 EAST TAMIAMI TRAIL, NAPLES, FLORIDA, 34112, (239) 774 -8380; ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. December 4, 2007 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. 2007 Growth Management Plan Amendment Transmittal Hearing: A. Petition: CPSP- 2007 -7. Petition creating a new Public School Facilities Element with support document, and amending the Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Growth Management Plan to establish a public school concurrency program. This is a companion item to the School Concurrency Inter - local Agreement between the Collier County District School Board and Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the cities of Marco Island, Everglades and Naples. [Coordinator: Michele Mosca, AICP, Principal Planner] 3. 2005 Cycle Growth Management Plan Amendments Adoption Hearing: A. CP- 2005 -2, Petition requesting an amendment to the Golden Gate Area Master Plan (GGAMP) and Golden Gate Area Master Plan Future Land Use Map (GGAMP /FLUM) and Map Series, to expand "Wilson Boulevard /Golden Gate Boulevard Neighborhood Center', to allow medical/ medical related uses and professional office uses, for property located at the Southeast corner of Golden Gate Boulevard and 1st Street SW, in Section 9, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, consisting of 7± acres. [Coordinator: Tom Greenwood, AICP, Principal Planner] B. CP- 2005 -6, Petition requesting an amendment to the Golden Gate Area Master Plan (GGAMP) and Golden Gate Area Master Plan Future Land Use Map (GGAMP /FLUM) and Map Series to create the "Golden Gate Parkway Institutional Subdistrict ", to allow for the expansion and continued operation of the David Lawrence Center and the Church of God, and, to allow additional institutional and related uses, for property located on the north side of Golden Gate Parkway, specifically Tracts 43, 50, 59, and 66, Unit 30, Golden Gate Estates, Section 29, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, consisting of 16.3± acres. [Coordinator: Michele Mosca, AICP, Principal Planner] C. CP- 2005 -9, Petition requesting an amendment to the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) and Future Land Use Map (FLUM) and Map Series to create the "Corkscrew Island Neighborhood Commercial Subdistrict" for property designated on the Future Land Use Map as Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, Neutral Lands, to allow up to 70,000 square feet of lower order retail, office and personal service uses, for property located at the northwest corner of Immokalee Road and Platt Road, in Section 27, Township 47 South, Range 27 East, consisting of 8± acres. [Coordinator: Corby Schmidt, Principal Planner] 2 December 4, 2007 D. CP- 2005 -13, Petition requesting an amendment to the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) and Future Land Use Map (FLUM) and Map Series, to create the "Collier Boulevard Community Facility Subdistrict" for property designated on the Future Land Use Map as Urban Mixed Use District, Urban Residential Fringe Subdistrict, to allow up to 368,000 square feet of church - sponsored institutional and residential uses, and allow non - church sponsored residential uses at 4.5 dwelling units per acre, offering 150 of up to 296 affordable - workforce and market rate housing units to persons involved in providing essential services in Collier County, for property located on the east side of Collier Blvd. (CR -951), one -half mile north of Rattlesnake- Hammock Road (within the First Assembly of God PUD site), in Section 14, Township 50 South, Range 26 East, consisting of 69± acres. [Coordinator: Corby Schmidt, Principal Planner] E. CPSP- 2005 -14, Petition requesting amendment to the Future Land Use Map Map Series, to re- designate Rural Fringe Mixed Use District Sending Lands to either Neutral Lands or Receiving Lands, for 20 properties located within Section 34, Township 47 South, Range 27 East, and Section 3, Township 48 South, Range 27 East, and Sections 13 and 29, Township 49 South, Range 27 East, and Sections 15 and 21, Township 51 South, Range 27 East, consisting of +283 acres total. [Coordinator: David Weeks, AICP, GMP Planning Manager] F. CPSP - 2005 -15, Petition requesting an amendment to the Transportation Element (TE), to add new Policies 3.5 and 3.6, introducing Thoroughfare Corridor Protection Plans (TCPPs), Transportation Corridor Preservation Maps (TCPMs), and associated tables and ordinances, to provide for the protection and acquisition of existing and future transportation corridors. G. [Coordinator: Nick Casalanguida, Transportation Planning Director] H. CPSP - 2005 -16, Petition requesting an amendment to the Future Land Use Map series map titled Collier County Wellhead Protection Areas, Proposed Wellfields and ASRs Map. [Coordinator: David Weeks, AICP, GMP Planning Manager] CP- 2006 -4, Petition requesting an amendment to the Golden Gate Area Master Plan G( GAMP), to modify the Conditional Uses Subdistrict, Special Exceptions to Conditional Use Locational Criteria provision, to allow a church as a special exception to locational criteria, for property located on the south side of Immokalee Road and ±300' east of Oakes Boulevard, in Section 29, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, consisting of 2.6± acres. [Coordinator: Corby Schmidt, Principal Planner] 4. Adjourn INQUIRIES CONCERNING CHANGES TO THE BOARD'S AGENDA SHOULD BE MADE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE AT 774 -8383. 3 December 4, 2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PETITION CPSP- 2007 -7, School Concurrency Growth Management Plan amendments — Capital Improvement and Intergovernmental Coordination Elements, new Public School Facilities Element and support document — and Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency Interlocal Agreement (Transmittal Hearing) OBJECTIVE: To have the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) review amendments to the Capital Improvement and Intergovernmental Coordination Elements, a new Public School Facilities Element and support document, and an Interlocal Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency (ILA) to implement school concurrency, and to consider approving these amendments and ILA for transmittal to the Florida Department of Community Affairs. CONSIDERATIONS: The 2005 Florida Legislature, in Senate Bill 360, enacted legislation amending Sections 163.3180 and 163.3177, F.S., requiring the implementation of public school concurrency throughout the state of Florida. Program implementation will require coordinated planning among the County, the three municipalities, and the District School Board, the result of which will be a collaborative and financially feasible process to ensure that adequate school capacity is available at the time of residential impact. Pursuant to State requirements, Collier County must adopt a school concurrency program that is internally consistent with the Collier County Growth Management Plan no later than March 1, 2008. Thereafter, the County will be required to incorporate the adopted Growth Management Plan amendments (GMPAs) into its Land Development Code, within one year from the effective date of the School Concurrency GMPAs. The general requirements for school concurrency are provided below. (Please refer to the CCPC Staff Report, included in the binder of materials, for a more detailed list of statutory requirements.) Interlocal Agreement (ILA) — Local governments and the School District are required to update their existing ILAs, consistent with Sections 163.31777 (2) and 163.3180 (13)(g), F.S. The ILA assures a uniform concurrency system throughout the District and serves as a guide for the development of the Public School Facilities Element. The ILA requires consensus by the District School Board and local governments on: a level of service standards (LOSS); concurrency service areas (CSAs); maximum utilization of capacity; options for proportionate share mitigation; adoption of the School District's financially feasible five -year Capital Improvement Program (CIP); and implementation and amendment procedures. SCHOOL CONCURRENCY TRANSMITTAL BCC December 4, 2007 Level of Service Standard (LOSS) Florida Statutes: a. Require the application of the LOSS districtwide to all schools of the same type b. Allow the use of a different LOSS for each school type c. Require that the LOSS be incorporated into the local government's CIE d. Allow school districts and local governments to use a tiered LOSS to allow time to achieve an adequate and desirable LOSS School District's proposal: The School District has proposed a districtwide LOSS of 95 % of the permanent Florida Inventory of School Houses (FISH) capacity for elementary and middle schools, and 100% of permanent FISH capacity for high schools. Concurrency Service Areas (CSAs) Florida Statutes: a. Allow for the adoption of a districtwide CSA b. Require less than districtwide CSAs be established within 5 years of adoption of school concurrency School District's proposal: The School District has proposed the adoption of less than districtwide CSAs; 15 elementary, 8 middle, and 8 high school CSAs. Proportionate Share Mitigation Florida Statutes: a. Require the developer to execute a legally binding development agreement with the local government and the school district b. Require that the mitigation be proportionate to the demand from the development c. Allow various mitigation options, such as, but not limited to, the payment for construction or land acquisition, contribution of land, and actual facility construction d. Require that the developer mitigation be directed by the School Board to a school capacity improvement identified in the District's five -year work plan that satisfies the impacts created by the residential development e. Require the mitigation amount be credited toward impact fees Availability Standard Florida Statutes: a. Require school concurrency be applied to residential projects only b. Require concurrency be applied at time of site plan, final plat approval, or functional equivalent, for a development or a phase of development c. Require capacity be in place or under construction within the first three years of the District's CIP 2 d. A developer may satisfy school concurrency by mitigating impacts proportionate to demand • Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) — Local governments are required to adopt Public School Facilities Elements that are consistent with each other and comply with Section 163.3177 (12), F.S., and Rule 9J- 5.025, F.A.C. The PSFE shall ensure that the public school concurrency program is based on relevant data and analysis and that consistent goals, objectives and policies are adopted. The PSFE must also ensure adequate school capacity for the five -year and long term planning periods; address the correction of existing deficiencies; address procedures for school siting; coordinate school siting with residential development; and ensure provision of necessary supporting infrastructure. • Capital Improvement Element (CIE) - Local governments are required to adopt amendments to their CIEs that are consistent with Section 163.3177, F.S., and Rule 9J- 5.016, FAC. Local governments are required to incorporate the District's financially feasible public school capital facilities program and LOSS into their CIEs. • Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) — Local governments are required to adopt amendments to their ICES that are consistent with the requirements of Section 163.3177 (6) (h) 1 -2, F.S. The Element must provide for the coordination of plans with the School District, and include joint processes for school siting and population - projections. FISCAL IMPACT: The only fiscal impact to Collier County at this time are the costs associated with document processing, review and advertisement, since final action is not being taken by the Board at this hearing. If approved for Transmittal, these documents will subsequently be considered for adoption at hearings to be held in 2008. Thereafter, land development regulations will be required for the School Concurrency Program implementation. GROWTH MANAGEMENT IMPACT: Approval and transmittal of these documents by the Board of County Commissioners to the Florida Department of Community Affairs will commence the Department's sixty (60) day review process. This will be followed by the Department's Objection, Recommendations and Comments Report, then final Adoption hearings by the Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners, to be held in 2008. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: This Executive Summary has been reviewed by the County Attorney's office. The Florida Legislature mandated that every County within Florida, with some exceptions, adopt school concurrency management programs pursuant to Florida Statutes. The required amendments to the Growth Management Plan, Interlocal Agreement, and new Public School Facilities Element and support document, are authorized by, and subject to the provisions established within, Chapters 163 and 1013, Florida Statutes. 3 However, the legal staffs of the School District and County have differing interpretations on various provisions contained within Chapters 163 and 1013, F.S., dealing with the question of whether or not the District must adhere to the County's land development regulations and Comprehensive Plan for site plan review, and the need to identify whether the County or the School Board will be required to provide transportation and infrastructure improvements to support schools identified for construction in the School District's Capital Improvement Plan on road segments not within the County's 5 -year Capital Improvement Element. Senior management from the School District and County have reached consensus on how to address these issues, as outlined below. RECOMMENDATION: The Resolution Exhibits reflect the Collier County Planning Commission's recommendations, and subsequent staff changes made to the CIE for internal consistency. The School District and County staffs' recommendations are the same as the CCPC, except as set forth below and possibly staff's subsequent CIE changes. In addition to the Resolution Exhibits and the recommendations below, staff has attached to the Executive Summary a complete list of the CCPC's recommendations for each document, including the "action" taken by staff on each item and staffs subsequent changes to the CIE. A. Document: Interlocal Agreement (ILA) (1) ILA Section 12.3 b. Issue Explanation: Due to differing interpretations of certain statutory provisions contained within Chapters 163 and 1013, F.S., upper management from the School District and County agreed to defer discussions on the School Board Review (SBR) ILA until a later date, and agreed to the underlined text identified under the County staff recommendation below, for incorporation into the School Concurrency ILA. However, the CCPC in its review of the ILA, and in consultation with the County Attorney's Office, recommended alternative text requiring that, in the absence of an SBR ILA Agreement, the School District shall be subject to the County's Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code. County Staff Recommendation Expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement Between the County and the School District. "The County and the School District agree that prior to the expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement, they will negotiate in good faith and use their best efforts to develop another SBR Interlocal Agreement, to be entered into pursuant to Section 1013.33 (14), F.S. Alternatively, if (i) the County and the School District are unable to agree on another SBR Interlocal Agreement, (ii) the SBR Interlocal Agreement expires, and (iii) the County and the School District disagree over the review of a school site plan, then the County and the School District hereby agree that the School District shall file an action in the Circuit Court of Collier County seeking a declaratory judgment to resolve the dispute." School District's Recommendation The School District's recommendation is the same as County staff's recommendation above. F1 CCPC Recommendation At the November 1, 2007 CCPC meeting, the definition of the term "development" was referenced by the County Attorney's Office where it was stated that the law does not exempt schools from the definition of that term, pursuant to Section 380.04, F.S. The CCPC, in reliance of the Assistant County Attorney's interpretation of the above statutory provision, recommended the underlined text below for inclusion into the ILA. Expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement Between the County and the School District. "The County and the School District agree that prior to the expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement, they will negotiate in good faith and use their best efforts to develop another SBR Interlocal Agreement, to be entered into pursuant to Section 1013.33 (14), F.S. In the absence of an SBR Interlocal Agreement, the School District shall be subject to the Count's Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code, as amended, for site development plan review, subject to the exceptions of the Florida Statutes." (2) ILA Section 13.8 (a) Issue Explanation: Section 163.3180 (13)(d) 1., F.S., requires local governments to amend their CIEs to include provisions which set forth a financially feasible public school capital facilities plan that demonstrates the adopted LOSS will be achieved and maintained. The School District staff has provided a public school capital facilities plan to County staff, which appears to demonstrate that the proposed LOSS will be achieved and maintained as required by F.S. However, the School District's CIP, as proposed, includes the opening of Combo School EEE in year 2012 — within the County's Five -Year planning period. The needed improvements for School EEE are not presently scheduled in the County's Five -Year CIE. Senior management from the School District and County, in consultation with their legal staffs, agreed to the text identified under the County staff recommendation below, for incorporation into the School Concurrency ILA. However, the CCPC recommended adding text to this section of the ILA to preclude the School District from obligating the County to construct public facilities to accommodate schools where infrastructure is not readily available or planned within the County's five -year capital plan. County Staff Recommendation County staff recommends adopting the District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan into the Capital Improvement Element by reference, pursuant to the agreement between the senior management of the County and School District, and as set forth in the ILA provision below. However, staff should acknowledge to the Department of Community Affairs that the incorporation of the District's CIP into the County's CIE may cause the County's Comprehensive Plan to be internally inconsistent. Adoption and Amendment of the Capital Improvement Element (CIE) "An annual update or any amendment to the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan 5 shall be transmitted to the Local Government for review and comment no less than 60 days prior to adoption by the School Board. The County and Cities shall adopt by reference the School District's annually updated financially feasible Capital Improvement Plan, specifically the "Summary of Capital Improvement Program" and the "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Tables from the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan into the Capital Improvement Element of their Comprehensive Plans. The annual update to the "Summary of Capital Improvements Program" and "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Tables from the School District's annually adopted financially feasible Five -year Capital Improvement Plan shall be adopted by reference each year by the Local Governments...." School District's Recommendation The School District recommends the County adopt the District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan into its CIE by reference. CCPC Recommendation The CCPC recommended adopting the District's Capital Improvement Plan into the County's Capital Improvement Element by reference, provided additional text was added to the ILA provision to ensure that the CIE remains financial feasibility, as provided below. Adoption and Amendment of the Capital Improvement Element (CIE) "An annual update or any amendment to the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan shall be transmitted to the Local Government for review and comment no less than 60 days prior to adoption by the School Board. The County and Cities shall adopt by reference the School District's annually updated financially feasible Capital Improvement Plan, specifically the "Summary of Capital Improvement Program" and the "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Tables from the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan into the Capital Improvement Element of their Comprehensive Plans. The annual update to the "Summary of Capital Improvements Program" and "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Tables from the School District's annually adopted financially feasible Five -year Capital Improvement Plan shall be adopted by reference each year by the Local Governments provided such adoption does not affect the Local Governments' ability to maintain a financially feasible CIE for the current five - year planning period...." C B. Document: Capital Improvement Element (CIE) (1) School District's Five -Year Capital Plan — adopted by reference Issue Explanation: The School District's Capital Improvement Plan contains two schools — "EEE" and "O "- which are scheduled to open in year 2012. The two schools would require infrastructure improvements that are not scheduled in the County's CIE. The adoption of the District's CIP, with the referenced schools, may cause the County's Growth Management Plan to be internally inconsistent. To resolve any potential inconsistency with the Comprehensive Plan, the District could remove schools "EEE" and "O" from its CIP or recognize that the District is responsible for any and all improvements and in doing so enter into an interlocal agreement/developer contribution agreement with the County to pay for the infrastructure improvements needed to accommodate the proposed schools. County Staff Recommendation Pursuant to the agreement between the senior management of the County and School District, staff recommends adopting the District's Capital Improvement Plan into the County's CIE by reference, acknowledging to the Department of Community Affairs that the County's Comprehensive Plan may be internally inconsistent. School District's Recommendation District staff recommends removing School "O" from, and retaining School "EEE" in, its CIP. The School Board approved the removal of School "O" from the District Work Plan at their November 15, 2007 meeting. CCPC Recommendation At the CCPC hearing, the District staff informed the Planning Commission that School "EEE" would remain in the District's CIP and School "O" would be removed. District staff emphasized that construction dollars for School "EEE" are allocated in year 2009/2010 of their CIP (County's 3`d year) and the school's opening would not occur until the District's 60' year - 2012 (County's 5"' year). The CCPC recommended not accepting Schools "EEE" and "O" as part of the CIE amendments, unless the School District and County resolved any outstanding issues related to the CIE's financial feasibility. C. Document: Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) (1) Figure: Future Schools and Ancillary Facilities Map County Staff' Recommendation Pursuant to the agreement reached by senior management from the School District and County, staff recommends acknowledging to the Department of Community Affairs that 7 the opening of School "EEE" in 2012 may cause the Comprehensive Plan to be internally inconsistent. School District's Recommendation Retain the reference to the opening of School "EEE" on the map. CCPC Recommendation The CCPC recommended, removing the reference to the opening date of 2012 for School "EEE" from the map, unless a resolution is reached regarding issues related to the CIE's financial feasibility. /� MfCITE- E MOSC , ICP COMPREHENS E PLANNING DEPT. REVIEWED BY: DATE: ` DATE: 11-Z (D - 6 % 1 ail• DATE: Il Za o� MARJ IE M. STUDENT - STIRLING ASSITANT COUNTY ATTORNEY OFFICE OF THE COLLIER COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVED BY: DATE: 11 OZ0 0 INVIRONMENTAL SEPH K. SCHMITT, ADMINISTRATOR MMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICES AND PETITION NO: CPSP- 2007 -7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY for the December 4, 2007 BCC Meeting mm/I1 -16 -07 RANDY CO N, AICP, DIRECTOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPT. DATE: ` DATE: 11-Z (D - 6 % 1 ail• DATE: Il Za o� MARJ IE M. STUDENT - STIRLING ASSITANT COUNTY ATTORNEY OFFICE OF THE COLLIER COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVED BY: DATE: 11 OZ0 0 INVIRONMENTAL SEPH K. SCHMITT, ADMINISTRATOR MMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICES AND PETITION NO: CPSP- 2007 -7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY for the December 4, 2007 BCC Meeting mm/I1 -16 -07 Collier County Planning Commission Recommendations Interlocal Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency Vote: 5 -0 The CCPC recommended transmittal of the ILA with the following changes. • Add a list of acronyms to the document. [Reflected in Exhibit, behind Table of Contents] • 4`s Whereas Clause — Add the word, "potential" before the word deficit. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Definition Section — Under definition of Applicant, capitalize `residential development." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 3.1 — Insert sentence, "An agenda will be provided by School District staff one week in advance of all scheduled meetings." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 5.2 (c) — Revise text to read, "The number of building permits issued for new residential units, the number of units authorized, and the location of such residential units;" [Reflected in Exhibit] a Section 6.1 — Correct the spelling of "capacity." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 6.2 (a) —add (b) after "10.1" [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 7.1 — Add the phrase, "and off - site" after the word on -site. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 8.2 —Delete the word, "affect" and insert, "increase or decrease." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 11.4 — Before the word conducted, add the phrase, "open and accessible to the public, and," and end the sentence after the word "law." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 12.3 b. — Delete, "Alternatively, if (i) the County and the School District are unable to agree on another SBR Interlocal Agreement, (ii) the SBR Interlocal Agreement expires, and (iii) the County and the School District disagree over the review of a school site plan, then the County and the School District hereby agree that the School District shall file an action in the Circuit Court of Collier County seeking a declaratory judgment to resolve the dispute" and add, "In the absence of an SBR Interlocal Agreement, the School District shall be subject to the County's Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code, as amended, for site development plan review, subject to the exceptions of the Florida Statutes." [Reflected in Exhibit] 10 • Beginning in Section 13 and throughout the remainder of the document— Replace all references to "LOS standard" with "LOSS." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.1 (a), 3 "' sentence - Delete "of' and replace with "or". [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.3 (a) — Replace the word "zoned" with "zones." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.3 (b) 1. — Add text to clarify how the CSA boundaries are created. (ILA provision reads, "using the merger of Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs) and school attendance boundaries.) [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.4 0) — Delete the word, "Oversight" to make consistent with Section 11. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.5 (c) — Remove text, "thirty (30) days" and replace with, "two weeks." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.5 (e) — Remove the word, "majority ". [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.6, last sentence — Remove all text after "Local Governments" and insert, "thirty days prior to School Board review" and add a new last sentence, "Local Governments shall provide comments, if any, on the Tentative Educational Facilities Plan to School District staff two weeks prior to School Board review." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.7 (b) - Add "gap" language to enforce the provisions of the school concurrency program. [Reflected in Exhibit. Staff also included the same text in the PSFE under Policy 1.2.31 • Section 13.8 (a), P sentence — Add "provided such adoption does not affect the Local Governments' ability to maintain a financially feasible CIE for the current five - year period." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 13.8 (b) — Revise text to read, "The County and the Cities shall adopt Public School Facilities Elements which are consistent with each other." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 14.1 (c) — Revise list of exemptions to make consistent with the list of exemptions found in the Public School Facilities Element. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 14.1 (c) 6. — The County Attorney's Office was asked to confer with the Department of Community Affairs to determine whether to insert an effective date of "July 2005" to reflect SB 360 text, as requested by District staff /consultant or insert an effective date of "March 1, 2008," as suggested by the Assistant County Attorney 11 [Assistant County Attorney's text reflected in Exhibit. A response from the DCA is expected on this issue prior to transmittal or through the amendment review process.] • 14.2 (a) 2. — Revise text to read, "Within 20 days of receipt of a sufficient SIA application, the school district representative shall review the application and provide written comments to the Local Government. Each SIA application shall be reviewed in the order in which it is received." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 14.4, last sentence — Revise sentence to read, "This DRT shall be available for public viewing at the School District." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Section 14.5 (c) 5. — Delete the word, "Improvements" and insert the word, "Mitigation." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Appendix D — Revise timelines as agreed to by the staffs of the District and County. [Reflected in Exhibit] 12 Collier County Planning Commission Recommendations Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) Vote: 5 -0 The CCPC recommended transmittal of the PSFE with the following changes. Determine consistency between the LOSS contained in the School Impact Fee Study (100% sq. ft per student station for each school type) and the LOSS identified in the ILA, PSFE and CIE (95% FISH capacity for elementary and middle and 100% FISH capacity for high schools) prior to adoption of the LOSS for school concurrency by the BCC. [The Comprehensive Planning Director discussed the methodology used in the School Impact Fee Study with the County's Impact Fee Manager. The Impact Fee Manager indicated that student enrollment figures and other variables were used to determine impact fees, not FISH capacity. The LOSS used to calculate Impact fees doesn't directly correlate with the LOSS calculation for school capacity - no consistency issue exists at this time. Further, the Impact Fee Manager explained that staff would discuss the LOSS methodology with the County's Impact Fee consultant next year when the School Impact Fee Study is updated. No action taken by staff at this time.] Policy 1.2.2 — Review list of exemptions in the PSFE to ensure consistency with those exemptions listed in the ILA. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Policy 1.2.2 A. & B. — Add effective date of "March 1, 2008" [Reflected in Exhibit] Policy 1.2.2 F. — The County Attorney's Office was asked to confer with the Department of Community Affairs to determine whether to insert an effective date of "July 2005" to reflect SB 360 text, as requested by District staff /consultant or insert an effective date of "March 1, 2008," as suggested by the Assistant County Attorney. [Assistant County Attorney's text reflected in Exhibit. A response from the DCA is expected on this issue prior to transmittal or through the amendment review process.] • Policy 1.2.2 F. — Add text to provide exemption for projects approved as a DRI that have school commitments, but that subsequently abandoned their DRI status. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Policy 1.2.5 — Delete Policy if not required by statute. [Policy deleted] • Policy 1.2.6 (renumbered -formerly Policy 1.2.5) —Delete reference to "180 days" and insert "one year." [Reflected in Exhibit] • Objective 1.3 — Delete `Beginning in" and insert `By December." [Reflected in Exhibit] 13 Policy 1.3.3 — Delete the word, "ensure" and insert "determine." [Reflected in Exhibit] Policy 1.3.5 — Revise Policy to reflect text contained in 9J -5.025 (3)(c) 11., F.A.C. [Reflected in Exhibit] • Future Schools and Ancillary Facilities Map — Remove reference to the opening date of 2012 for Combo School EEE, unless the School District and the County resolve any issue relating to the financially feasibility of the CIE. [Map has not yet been revised by the School District to reflect the CCPC's recommendation.] 14 Collier County Planning Commission Recommendations Public School Facilities Element —Data and Analysis Report • The CCPC did not make a recommendation on the Data and Analysis Report. • The School District staff provided County staff with revised School Concurrency tables, reflecting school capacity within the District's 5 -year planning period subsequent to the CCPC hearing. [Revised tables included in the Data and Analysis Exhibit] • The School District staff provided County staff with revised "Summary of Capital Improvement Program" tables, reflecting revisions to capital expenditure figures and the removal of school "O" from the District's Five -Year CIP, prior to the CCPC hearing. [Revised tables included in the Data and Analysis Exhibit] 15 Collier County Planning Commission Recommendations Capital Improvement Element (CIE) Vote: 5 -0 The CCPC recommended transmittal of the CIE with the following changes. • Policy 1. 1.5 A8. 1 -3 — Revise to read, "CSA/Permanent FISH Capacity" [Reflected in Exhibit] • Policy 1.2.4 — Review Policy to determine whether or not reference to "public schools" is needed. Determine how removal /retention of reference affects other Policies within that same section of the CIE. [Reference removed and other Policies revised to make Element internally consistent] • Programs to Ensure Implementation, 6. B. — Delete the phrase, "at the end of and insert, "within." [Reflected in Exhibit] • School District's "Summary of Capital Improvement Program" — The CCPC recommended not accepting Schools "FEE" and "O" as part of the CIE amendments, unless the School District and County were able to resolve any outstanding issues related to the financial feasibility of the CIE. Also, the CCPC requested that staff note to the DCA that the County and School District have reached an impasse on this issue, if unresolved prior to transmittal. [Staff will discuss this issue with the BCC on December 4, 2007 and then take action as directed.] Staff changes to the CIE subsequent to the CCPC Hearing • Objective 1.1 — Revised Objective to make corresponding policies consistent. • Policy 1. 1.2 C. — Deleted `,or as generating a number of new public school students in excess of the adopted LOS standard for each Concurrency Service Area (CSA) for each school type." [Reference not applicable — methodologies differ] • Objective 1.2 — Revised Objective to make corresponding policies consistent. • Policy 1.2.4 —Deleted reference to public schools. [Reference not applicable] • Policy 1.4.2 - Deleted reference to the adoption of the School District's CIP in Policy 1.4.1 and created new Policy 1.4.2. to include reference. [Reference not applicable under Policy 1.4.1] • Programs to Ensure Implementation, 6. — Revised to make corresponding provisions consistent. 16 Collier County Planning Commission Recommendations Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) Vote: 6 -0 a The CCPC recommended transmittal of the ICE without any changes. 17 -- RESOLUTION NO. 07- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN, ORDINANCE 89 -05, AS AMENDED, SPECIFICALLY AMENDING THE CAPITAL D14PROVEMENT ELEMENT, INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT, AND ADDING A PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO THE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN AND FURTHERMORE RECOMMENDING TRANSMITTAL OF THESE AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS. WHEREAS, Collier County, pursuant to Section 163.3161, et sea., Florida Statutes, the Florida Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, was required to prepare and adopt a comprehensive plan; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners adopted the Collier County Growth Management Plan on January 10, 1989; and WHEREAS, the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act of 1985 provides authority for local governments to amend their respective comprehensive plans and outlines certain procedures to amend adopted comprehensive plans pursuant to Sections 163.3184 and 163.3187, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, Collier County has prepared plan amendments to the following elements of its Growth Management Plan: Capital Improvement Element; Interlocal Agreement Coordination Element; and WHEREAS, Collier County has prepared a new element to its Growth Management Plan as follows: Public School Facilities Element; and WHEREAS, the Collier County Planning Commission has considered the proposed amendments to the Growth Management Plan pursuant to the authority granted to it by Section 163.3174, Florida Statutes, and has recommended approval of said amendments to the Board of County Commissioners; and WHEREAS, upon receipt of Collier County's proposed Growth Management Plan amendments, various State agencies and the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) have ninety (90) days to review the proposed amendments and DCA must transmit, in writing, to Collier County, its comments along with any objections and any recommendations for modification, within said ninety (90) days pursuant to Section 163.3164, Florida Statutes; and Page 1 of 2 WHEREAS, Collier County, upon receipt of the written comments from DCA must adopt, adopt with changes or not adopt the proposed Growth Management Plan amendments, within sixty (60) days of such receipt pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, the DCA, within forty -five (45) days of receipt of Collier County's adopted Growth Management Plan amendments, must review and determine if the Plan amendments are in compliance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Act of 1985; the State Comprehensive Plan; the appropriate Regional Policy Plan and Rule 9J -5, Florida Administrative Code, pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that: The Board of County Commissioners hereby approves the proposed Growth Management Plan amendments, attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated by reference herein, for the purpose of transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs thereby initiating the required State evaluation of the Growth Management Plan amendments, prior to final adoption and State determination of compliance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and land Development Regulation Act of 1985 and Rule 9J -5, Florida Administrative Code, Minimum Criteria for Review of Local Government Comprehensive Plans and Determination of Compliance. THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED after motion; second and majority vote this day of , 2007. ATTEST: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DWIGHT E. BROCK, Clerk COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: Deputy Clerk Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: �'(�'° Marjorie M. Student- Stirling Assistant County Attorney to Page 2 of 2 JAMES COT.ETTA, CHAIRMAN 1 'J elk Table of Contents for the Interlocal Agreement Introduction................................................................................................... ..............................1 Section1. Recitals ....................................................................................... ..............................2 Section2. Definitions ................................................................................... ..............................3 Section 3. Joint Workshop Meetings 6 3_.1 Staff Working Group 3.2 Meeting of Elected Officials Section 4. Student Enrollment and Population Projections 7 4.1 Projection Coordination 4.2 Student Enrollment Projections 4.3 Sub - County Planning Sectors 4.4 Student Generation Multipliers 4.5 Population Projections Section 5. Coordinating and Sharing of Information 8 5.1 Capital Improvements Plan 5.2 Growth and Development Trends Section 6. School Site Selection and School Remodeling Review g 6.1 School Site Selection and School Remodeling 6.2 Site Selection Review 6.3 Timing Section 7. Supporting Infrastructure...12 Section 8. Local Agency Review of Comprehensive Plan Amendments Rezonings and Developments of Regional Impact 12 8.1 School District Representation on the Local Planning Agency 8.2 Notification of Potential Enrollment Impacts 8.3 School District Response 8.4 Insufficient Capacity 8.5 Review Criteria 8.6 Community Development Section 9. Educational Plant Survey ... 14 ii Words underlined are added; words strusk-thfao o are deleted 02/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Section 10. Co- Location and Shared Use ................................................... .............................14 Section 11 Citizen Advisory Oversight Group ........... .. ......... ............ .. ................14 13.3 Concurrence Service Area Boundaries 11.1 Establishment 11.2 Membership 11.3 Duties 11.4 Organization Section 12. Site Plan Review for Schools ................................................... .............................16 13.9 School Concurrence Regulations 12.1 School Site Plan Review Section 14 12.2 Local Government Approval 12.3 Alternative Review Process 14.1 Section 13 Requirements for the School Concurrence Program ................. .............................14 14.2 13.1 School Concurrence Established 13.2 Level of Service 13.3 Concurrence Service Area Boundaries 13.4 Specific Responsibilities of the School District 13.5 School District's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan 13.6 Tentative Educational Facilities Plan 13.7 Specific Responsibilities of the County and Cities 13.8 Required Comprehensive Plan Amendments 13.9 School Concurrence Regulations 13.10 Commencement of School Concurrence Section 14 Uniform School Concurrence Process . ................................... .............................22 14.1 General Provisions 14.2 School Concurrence Application Review 14.3 School Concurrence Approval 14.4 Development Review Table 14.5 Proportionate Share Mitigation 14.6 Appeal Process Section 15 Special Provisions .............. ............................................. .............................28 15.1 School District Requirements 15.2 Land Use Authority Section 16 Resolution of Disputes ............................ ............................................. ...29 Section 17 Amendment of the Agreement ........................................... .............................29 iii Words underlined are added; words stFWGk tMsegh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Section 18. Execution of the Agreement 29 Section 19. Termination of the Agreement 29 Section 20. Entire Agreement .... 30 Section21. Effective Date ........................................................................... .............................30 Signature Pages.. 30 34 Appendix ................... 35 38 Appendix "A" — Concurrencv Service Area (CSA) Maps Appendix `B" — School District Student Generation Multiplier Appendix "C — School Concurrencv Review Process Flow Chart Appendix "D" — Calendar of Key Annual Deadlines 1v Words underlined are added; words sHask4hraugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Appendix List of Acronyms CAG Citizen Advisory Group CIE Capital Improvement Element CIP School District Five -Year Capital Improvement Element COA Certificate of Public Facility Adequacy CSA Concurrency Service Areas DRI Development of Regional Impact DRT Development Review Table FAC Florida Administrative Code FDOE Florida Department of Education FISH Florida Inventory of School Houses FTE Full -Time Equivalent FS Florida Statutes ICE Intergovernmental Coordination Element LDR Land Development Regulations LOSS Level of Service Standard PSFE Public School Facilities Element SBR Interlocal Agreement between the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County. Florida and the Collier County School Board to establish Educational Plant and Ancillary Plant Site Development Review Processes and Substantive Criteria including the Consideration of Future Implementing Land Development Regulations. SCADL School Capacity Availability Determination Letter SGM Student Generation Multiplier SIA School Impact Analysis SREF State Requirements for Educational Facilities SWG Staff Working Group TAZ Traffic Analysis Zone v Words underlined are added; words GIFUSk thFough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY PLANNING AND SCHOOL CONCURRENCY This Interlocal Agreement (hereinafter referred to as "Agreement" is entered into by and between the following parties: Tthe Collier County Board of County Commissioners (hereinafter referred to as the "County "); Everalades City. a municipal corporation; the City of u clrnlaner couecgveiv reterrea to as the "Cities ") and the District School Board of Collier County, FJerada (hereinafter referred to as the "School @ea*d District "). The County, the Cities, and the School District- iseettaeK are hereinafter referred to collective) as the "Parties ". WHEREAS, the Parties recognize their mutual obligation and responsibility for the education, nurturing and general well -being of the children of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Parties recognize the benefits to the citizens and students of their community by more closely coordinating their comprehensive land use and school facilities planning programs to ensare promote: (1) better coordination of new schools in time and place with land development; (2) greater efficiency for the Parties Seanty key through the placement of schools to take advantage of existing and planned roads, water, sewer, parks, and drainage systems; (3) improved student access and safety by coordinating the construction of new and expanded schools with the road and sidewalk construction programs ekhe- Seamy; (4) the location and design of schools so that they serve as community focal points; (5) the location and design of schools with parks, ballfields, libraries, and other community facilities to take advantage of joint use opportunities; and (6) the location of new schools and expansion and rehabilitation of existing schools so as to reduce pressures contributing to urban sprawl and support existing neighborhoods; and stations, and to provide capacity for projected new growth: and WHEREAS, Section1013.33 (10), Flerida Siatates F_S., requires that the location of public educational facilities must be consistent with the comprehensive plan and implementing land development regulations of the County and Cities. (hereinafter to(Jether referred to as the "Local Governments ") ; and WHEREAS, Sections 163.3177(6)(h) 1 and 2, Flerida Statutes F_S., require each Local Ggovernment's comprehensive plan include to adopt an intergovernmental coordination element as paFt of itG GOMPFeheR64ye plan that states stating the principles and guidelines to be used in the to accomplishment of the coordination of the adopted comprehensive plan with the plans of the School District Rrheel-Fieard, and describe the processes for collaborative planning and decision making on population projections and public school siting; and WHEREAS, Section 163.3177(6)(h)2, F4e4da-64auAe6__F_S., further requireela easq the Parties to Words underlined are added; words AtFunk thFeugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) establish by interlocal or other formal agreement, executed by all affected entities, the joint processes described above consistent with their adopted intergovernmental coordination element; and WHEREAS Sections 163.31777 163.3180031, and 1013.33. F.S.. require the Parties WHEREAS the Local Governments are entering into this Agreement in reliance on the address projected growth in order to maintain the adopted level of service standard and to the public school system and the Cities have similar iurisdiction within their boundaries; and WHEREAS, the pPParties enter into this Agreement in fulfillment of the above referenced statutory requirements and in recognition of the benefits accruing to their citizens and students described above; and WHEREAS, the Parties hereto are authorized to enter into this Interlocal Agreement pursuant to Sections 163.01, SeetiGR 163.3177(6)(h)2., and Sestien1013.33(2)(a), €aeFida StatetesF.S.; and WHEREAS, upon the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) acceptance of this Agreement, and upon the commitment of the Parties hereto to abide by and seek fulfillment of the terms and conditions of the Agreement, that-DCA shall recognize the Agreement as fully satisfying €lerodn Statates Sections 1013.33 and 163.3177 F.S. . requirements for cooperative planning for all Parties involved, both individually and collectively. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the public benefits to be realized from the coordinationed- planning and review of public educational facilities' planning and the use of a school concurrence system, the Parties hereby agree as follows: Words underlined are added; words etFU& t Hugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Section 1. Recitals The foregoing recitals are adopted and incorporated by reference as if set forth fully herein. The following definitions and procedures will be used to coordinate public facilities planning, aad -land use planning and school concurrence: Section 2. Definitions to vehicle storage and maintenance warehouses or administrative buildings Applicant: For the purposes of school concurrence any person or entity undertaking a Residential Development Attendance Boundary: The geographic area which is established to identify the public school assignment of students residing within that area Cities: The municipalities within Collier County, except those that are exempt from the Public School Facilities Element Pursuant to Section 163 3177(12) F.S. there are a sufficient number of classrooms in a public school so that exceed 18 students: 2. The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is teaching in public school classrooms for grades 4 through 8 does not exceed 22 students: and Words underlined are added; words s4usk4hreuO are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) students. Comprehensive Plan: As provided by Section 163.3164(4), F.S.. as amended, a plan that meets the requirements of 163.3177 and 163.3178. F.S. Concurrence: As provided for in the Florida Administrative Code Rule 9J -5.003 the necessary public facilities and services to maintain the adopted level of service standards are available when the impacts of development occur. Consistency: As provided by Section 163.3194. F.S. cafeteria gymnasium multi - purpose space and administration. Development: As provided by Sections 163.3164(6) and 380.04. F.S. Developer: As provided by Section 163.3164(5) F.S. Development Order: As provided by Section 163.3164(7), F.S., as amended, anv order granting or granting with conditions an application for a development permit Development Permit As provided by Section 163.3164(8), F.S. Development Review Table: A table used by the School District to compare the Educational Facility The buildings and equipment structures and special educational use areas that are built installed or established to serve educational purposes only. validation The survey includes an inventory of existing educational and ancillary plants and recommendations for future needs. 4 Words underlined are added; words are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) IVV.�IIrrrllncr r.o. Financial Feasibility: As provided in Section 163.3164(32). F.S.. as amanriari Governmental Agency: As provided by Section 163 3164 (10) F.S. N 1Q1 Qt tyl 10 Llub VI Intl Idulity. VI a U111 I V I n UIpU IUI-WIUU. Words underlined are added; words etraek4preuO are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) teacher based on the constitutional amendment for class size reduction and is not moveable. Department of Education (FDOE). been addressed. which results in an increase in student impacts. Residential Development: Any development that is comprised of dwellino units, in whole or in part, for human habitation. Service Area for each school tvoe. Words underlined are added; words GtFUGkthF@ugh are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) time. as permitted by the F.S. historic and projected growth rates Type of School: Schools providing the same level of education i.e. elementary middle, high school, or other combination of grade levels Utilization: A ratio showing the comparison of the total number of students for each Section 23. Joint Workshop Meetings 243_1 Staff Working Group (SWG). A staff working group with up to four staff -level representatives from the�-each Local Government Geunty and the School District will meet on an as needed basis, but no less frequently than twice -four times per year, to formulate recommendations and discuss issues regarding coordination of land use, afld wheel educational facilitiesy, Local Government capital improvements planning, ipsladiagsac# and issues such as population and student enrollment projections, development trends, school needs, co- location and joint use opportunities, and arrsiAary-infrastructure improvements needed to support toe schools. The SWG will also be responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on the School District Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. And vilu neuK iii auvance pr aii scneouiea meetings Representatives from the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council will also be invited to attend. The School District --s ff, in coordination with the Local Governments' Geenty Managers, or their designees (or the Mayor if there is not a Manager), will be responsible for appointlna their respective staff representatives to the cwr_ meeting in 2995 Thereaftef; Tthe process for meeting arrangementsy and notification will be as established by a- rsrajerity -et -the members of the waking greup -SWG then present. 2.2 -3_2 Meeting of Elected Officials. One or more of the elected members of the County Commission, City Council for each City and the School Board wit shall meet, at a minimum, every other year in a publicly noticed joint workshop session. Additional ublic workshops may be held upon request by one of the Parties to the Agreement . The joint workshop Words underlined are added; words skask-ip;sugh are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) sessions will be opportunities for the Parties to build consensus, and set direction regarding coordination of land use and school facilities planning, including, but not limited to the following: population and student estimates and projections, development trends, school needs, off site improvements, and joint use opportunities. The Local Government Gounty Managers and School BeaFd SUPBFintend District will be jointly responsible for making meeting arrangements and providing ublic notification for the joint workshops. Section 34. Student Enrollment and Population Projections 4_1 Projection Coordination. In fulfillment of their respective planning duties, the Gaunty —Local Governments and the School District SsheeL Real —agree to coordinate their respective plans to include capital improvement plans and future land use plans based upon agFeed tion projections distribution of population growth, and the amount of, residential units by type (single family, multi - family, etc.) and the School District's distribution of student population growth and student enrollment. 4_23.3 - Student Enrollment Projections. The School District Sshee(BeaFd shall utilize the Florida Department of Education (EDOE) five -year county -wide student enrollment projections. The School Beard District may request that the EDGE projections be adjusted to reflect actual enrollment and development trends not anticipated by the EDOE projections using the COHORT Projections Waiver available on the FDOE website. In formulating such a request the School 13eaFd District will coordinate with the Local Governments Geunty regarding future population projections and growth. Five -year population and student enrollment projections shall be revised annually to ensure that new residential development and redevelopment information provided by the Geunty Local Governments are reflected in the updated projections. The student enrollment proiections by school will be included in the annually 4_33:3 Sub - County Planning Sectors. Staff from the Local Governments CeURty in coordination with " School Board District staff, will use information on County-growth and development trend data, such as but not limited to, population and housing data by Traffic Analysis Zones, (TAZ), census +nfOFinaiien on population and housing characteristics, census persons -per- household figures, historic and projected growth rates, and the information described in Subsection 45.2 of this Agreement, to project residential units by type (single family, multi - family and mobile home) for five years and allocate these units into sub - county planning sectors, such as Concurrence Service Areas (CSAs) consistent with county -wide projections. The planning sectors will be established by mutual consent of the Ssheef BeaFd Parties and shall be included in the Data and Analysis for the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE). The allocation of residential units by type and planning sector will be provided to the School SeaFd District by September 1 st of each year. 4.43-.4Student Generation Multipliers (SGM). The School Beard District will evaluate the planning sector projections prepared by the Geunt-y Local Governments pursuant to Section 4.3 above. Words underlined are added; words struck thFOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) including, but not limited to, traditional public elementarv, middle and hinh cr.hnnrc Section 45. Coordinating and Sharing of Information 5 -1 School District Capital Improvement Plan (CIPI By November 1st of each year, the School Board District shall submit to the Local Governments G^��� an a the School District's annually updated financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan Fae "41a^ rt. The Repor -CIP will contain Information in tabular, graphic, and textual formats detailing existing and projected school enrollment, existing educational facilities, their locations, the number of portable units (hereinafter "portables ") in use at each school, and projected facility needs. The Gapital plan CIP shall also contain the School District's,asldde planned facilities with funding over the next 5 years, and a description of any unmet needs. The ReporFCIP w&shall provide data for each individual school concerning school capacity based on EDGE criteria and enrollment of each individual school based on actual student counts. The -CIP w&shall show the generalized locations in which new schools will be needed, along with planned renovations, expansions and closures of existing schools. The CIP Reper# -will -shall indicate propertyies the School Board District has already acquired through developer Applicant donation; -or property!% for which there is an developer--Applicant obligation to provide propertyies to the School Beard - District, at the School Beard's District's discretion. and propertyies- acquired through other means that are potential school sites. 5_24.x- Growth and Development Trends_ 9rt-By September 1st of each year, the 6eeaty -Local Governments will provide the School 9ea4gistrict with a report on 9 Words underlined are added; words sirusktpreA gO are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) annual growth and development trends. The report will contain information in tabular, graphic and textual formats and will include information regarding development approvals for the preceding year as follows: (a) the type, number, and location of residential dwelling units which have received zoning approval, final subdivision plat approval, or site plan approval; (b) a summary of all comprehensive plan amendments to include a description of any land use changes and the location of the affected area; (c) the number of building permits issued for new residential dwelling units, the number of units authorized, pefn4#ed and the location of such residential dwelling units; (d) information regarding the conversion or redevelopment of housing or other structures into residential dwelling units which are likely to generate new students; and (e) identification of any development orders issued which contain a requirement for the provision of a school site as a condition of development approval. The estimated number of students generated from the development approvals from new residential dwelling units will be used in the data and analysis to support the annual update of the School Beard - District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. Five ireaF Appendix "D" provides a suggested calendar of events for the Parties to this Agreement Section 66. School Site Selection and School Remodeling Review 6.164School Site Selection and School Remodeling. The School Beard District will shall submit to the a#ested applicable Local Government the potential sites for new schools, and proposals for renevatien expansions, construction that changes the primary use of a .. 10 Words underlined are added; words 64WA thMugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 0. MU F GIGSUFe is evaluated. Based on the information gathered during this its review, the applicable Local Government will make a recommendation to the School District Site SAIAntiAn cqfflmittee concerning the selection of the potential school sites on eFder Of PFElfeFGAG9, prior to land acquisition and, if applicable, nqLk schools closure, expansions, construction that chanaes the Limit nve Percent Increase In student capacity 6_2 6-.2Sfte Selection Review. The following matters will be considered by the applicable Local Government ' when evaluating potential school sites, expansions, construction that chances the primary use of a increase in student capacity charter sshee4s: (a) The location of school sites that will provide logical focal points for community activities such as the G9MFRUR't gqbk facilities itemized in Subsection 810.10 and serve as the cornerstone for innovative urban design standards, including opportunities for shared use and co- location of community facilities. (b) The location of new elementary and middle schools proximate to residential neighborhoods. (c) The location of new schools within reasonable walking distance of the residential dwelling units served by the schools, as practicable, under the student assignment program. (d) The location of new high schools on the periphery of residential neighborhoods, with access to major roads. (e) Compatibility of the school site with present and projected uses of adjacent property. (f) Encouragement of community redevelopment and revitalization and efficient use of existing infrastructure and discouraging urban sprawl. (g) Land availability, site acquisition and development costs, and degree of urbanization. (h) Safe access to and from the school site by pedestrians and vehicles. (i) Availability of public facilities and services necessary to serve the proposed school, concurrent with the impacts of the school. 11 Words underlined are added; words strask threugp are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (j) Environmental constraints that could preclude development of a public school on the site if mitigation is not available or practicable. (k) Impact on archaeological or historic sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places or designated by the County Local Government as a locally significant historic or archaeological resource. (1) Soil characteristics that indicate the proposed site is suitable for development or is adaptable for development and outdoor educational purposes with the provision of drainage improvements. (m) The proposed location in relation to qty the Local Government's stormwater management plans or watershed management plans. (n) The proposed location in relation to the velocity -flood zone, a floodway, or the Coastal High Hazard Area, as delineated in the Local Government's Comprehensive Geunty GFevAh ManagGFRGRtPlan. (o) The ability of the site to accommodate the required parking, circulation and queuing of vehicles. (p) The proposed location in relation to any airports considering the requirements of Section 333.03, PleFida Statutes F_S., which regulates the construction of public educational facilities in the vicinity of an airport. 6.3g.4Timing. As early as prastie2b4e-120 Jays, but no less than 60 days prior to acquiring or leasing property that may be used for a new public educational facility, expansions construction that chances the primary use of a facility . stadium construction, or construction which results in a treater than five percent increase in student capacity ^ 9_ ^^ OF eXPaRGiGR ^u^^'i^^ sapaelty of an existing school, the School BeaFd - District shall provide written notice of same to the Geunty applicable Local Government. The Geunty -Local Government upon receipt of this notice, shall notify the School District within 45 days if the proposed new school site or expansions, construction that changes the primary use of a facility, stadium construction, or construction which results in a greater than five percent increase in student capacity the site fGF the PFOP96ed is consistent with is Comprehensive Plan. The Local Government shall also provide the School District with a preliminary assessment of potential infrastructure imnacts.This preliminary notice does not constitute toe County's a determination of consistency by the Local Government pursuant to Section 1013.33(124), riwida Stabites F.S. Section 67. Supporting Infrastructure 7_1 In conjunction with the preliminary consistency determination described in SubsSection &.4 6 of this Agreement, the School fwd District and Geunty- the affected Local Government will jointly determine the need for, and timing of, onsite and offsite infrastructure improvements to public facilities necessary to 6ewe 12 Words underlined are added; words GtFUGl0hFGugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) support each new school or the proposed renovation, or expansion of an existing school, and will enter into a written agreement, or amend a current agreement if applicable, to be consistent with this Agreement as to the timing, and location, and the entity- er-- eR##es_2artv or parties responsible for mainiaining funding, construction operation and maintaining the required improvements In accordance with Sections 1013.33(3)(d) and 163.31777(2)(d), F.S. 7.2 The Parties and other governmental agencies and boards of the state may expend SLurinwater, ano uyiny Improvements upon or contiguous t0 any existing or proposed educational plant. 7.3 In accordance with 1013.51 (1)(b) The School District may pay its pr000rtionate _. Section 78. Local Planning Agency Review of Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Rezonings, and Developments of Regional Impact Which Increase Residential Density Approvals 8_17,A School District Representation on the Local Planning Agency. As provided by Section 163.3174. F.S.. as may be amended from time to time T-the Geunty Local Governments will include a nonvoting representative appointed by the School Board on the local planning agency, or equivalent agencies, to attend those meetings at which the agency considers comprehensive plan amendments, and rezonings, and Developments of Regional Impact (DRI) that would, if approved, increase residential density on the property that is the subject of the application. The Seuaty -Local Governments may, at its in their discretion, grant voting status to the School District representative. The School Beard - District will receive local planning agency's agendas and appropriate backup materials from the Local Governments Geuaty nd will review and comment as appropriate. 8_27 -r2 Notification of Potential Enrollment Impacts The Local Governments Geanty will provide the School (Heard District notification of all land use appliGatieRs Comprehensive Plan Amendments rezonings and DRIB pending 1)64X-G--it—that may affeet increase or decrease student enrollment, enrollment projections, or school facilities. Such notice will be provided at least 44 20 days prior to approval of the application. This notice requirement applies to amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, rezonings, nd DRls; and 13 Words underlined are added; words sFruskThreugp are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 8_37-.3 School District Beard- Response. After notification by the GeeRty Local Government, the School Beard District will-shall advise the Geunty- Local Government, at least 10 days prior to application approval, of the school enrollment impacts anticipated to result from the proposed land use appNsatier}- Comprehensive Plan Amendment, rezoning or DRI, OF development prepesa"nd whether sufficient capacity exists or is planned in order to accommodate the impacts. 8_47.4 Insufficient Capacity. Based on the 005 definitien At adequate eapaGity adopted LOSS for schools, if sufficient capacity is not available or planned to serve the development at the time of impact, the School Beard District shall specify how ii the anticipated student enrollment deficiency. demand; rAeans to eRGUFB that 61-0406ARt A914001 eapaGity will be available to arrernmedate the If sufficient capacity is not available or planned to serve the development at the time of impact, the developer may choose to offer, and the School District may consider accepting mitigation to address the anticipated student impact. The review by the School District staff regarding comprehensive plan amendments, rezoninas and Developments of Regional Impact containina residential units shall described in this Section fail to yield a means to ensure sufficient capacity. 8_57,5 Review Criteria. In reviewing and approving land use applications, rezoning requests and develepment pFepGsais DRIs, the Glaui*-Loca L Governments will consider, if applicable, the following issues WheA FEIqUeSted 13Y the SGhGGI 13eaFd: (a) Providing school sites and facilities within planned neighborhoods. (b) Insuring the compatibility of land uses adjacent to existing schools and reserved school sites. (c) The co- location of parks, recreation and community facilities with school sites. (d) The linkage of schools, parks, libraries and other public facilities with bikeways, trails, and sidewalks. (e) Insuring the development of traffic circulation plans to serve schools and the surrounding neighborhood. (f) Providing off -site signalization, signage, access, other transportation improvements and sidewalks to all-serve schools. 14 Words underlined are added; words are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (g) The inclusion of school bus stops and turnarounds in new developments. (h) Encouraging the private sector to identify and implement creative solutions to developing adequate school facilities in residential developments. (i) School District Ueacd comments on Comprehensive Plan amendments rezonings and DRIs. which increase residential density. (j) Available school capacity, planned improvements or mitigation for insufficient apacity. 8.68 Community Development. In formulating community development plans and programs, the Geuaty Local Governments will consider the following issues: (a) Target community development improvements in older and distressed neighborhoods near schools. (b) Coordinate 6eunty- programs and capital improvements that are consistent with and meet the capital needs identified in the School District's >3eaFd'6 school facilities plan. (c) Encourage developments and property owners to donate school sites at predevelopment prices, assist with the construction of new facilities or renovateien to existing facilities, and provide transportation alternatives. (d) Address and resolve multi - jurisdictional public school issues. Section 89. Educational Plant Survey 9_78=4 Educational Plant Survey. At least one year prior to preparation of the educational plant survey update, the staff working group SWG established in Subsection 23_.1 of this Agreement will assist the School Beard District in the preparation of this update pursuant to Section 1013.33 (3)(f) F S The sta# werkiag group -SWG will evaluate and make recommendations regarding the location and need for new educational facilities, or improvements to existing educational facilities, in terms of consistency with the applicable Local Governments' SOURty Comprehensive Plan GreMh Management 121an, and fele ,eland development regulations issues listed at SubGeMienlii 6.2,7.6 and 9.1 ei this Agreemen . 8 Section 810. Co- location and Shared Use. 10.18.4 Co- location and Shared Use. Co- location and shared use of facilities are important to both the School District heard and the Local Governments Sedaty. 15 Words underlined are added; words 64ask4Meugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) u The School DistrictSeard, in coordination with Local Governments, will look for opportunities to co- locate and share use of school facilities and civic facilities when preparing the its Educational Plant Survey and annual Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. Likewise, co- location and shared use opportunities will be considered by the Seunty Local Governments, in coordination with the School District, when preparing the updates to its —their Comprehensive Plan, Schedule of Capital Improvements and when planning and designing new, or renovating existing, semmaaitY public facilities. €er (b.) At the time that any Party to this agreement begins to plan a new facility or significant improvement to an existing facility, it shall notify the other Parties so as to engage a dialogue regarding co- location and ioint use of facilities. other Parties. Opportunities for co- location and shared use of facilities will be considered for libraries, parks, recreation facilities, community centers. auditoriums, learning centers, museums, performinq arts centers, and stadiums. In addition, where applicable, co- location and shared use of school and governmental facilities for health care and social services will be considered. "ic.1 A separate agreement between the School District BeaFdand the Geuaty Local Government or other appropriate entity, will be developed for each instance of co- location and shared use which addresses legal liability, operating and maintenance costs, scheduling of use, and facility supervision. Section 4011. Citizen Advisory Group 11.1 Establishment. The Parties agree that the School Concurrence program will be monitored by a Citizen Advisory Group (CAG) to be established by the Parties to this Agreement no later than 90 days from the date this Agreement becomes Florida's Government -in- the - Sunshine Law requirements, and each Local Government's ordinances, as applicable, governing the creation of, conduct of, and meeting notice requirements for advisory boards. 11.2 Membership. The School Board, and -the County Commission and each Citv Council shall eaeh appoint a no more than two (2) citizen members to serve on the CAG . The citizen members shall have knowledge or experience in at least one of the following areas: accounting, land development, demographics, land planning or business administration. te-- meaner 16 Words underlined are added; words siwsk thFeugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) school concurrence. 11.4 Organization. At its first meeting the CAG shall appoint a chairperson set terms Section 1412.Site Plan Review for Schools 12.1 12.2 12.3 a. 17 Words underlined are added; Words skdsktHreugH are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 11 The School District and the County recognize the existence of, and shall DEVELOPMENT REVIEW PROCESSES AND SUBSTANTIVE CRITERIA INCLUDING THE CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE AMENDMENTS TO THE process, as it may be amended from time to time. The School District and the County currently intend that this Aareement shall remain in effect in accordance with its terms. Section 13. Requirements for the School Concurrence Program 13.1 School Concurrence Established. This Agreement establishes a Public School Concurrence program consistent with the requirements of Sections 163.3177 163.31777 and 163.3180. F.S. (a) The Parties agree that the timely delivery of adequate public school facilities at the adopted level of service standard requires close coordination among residential areas to the extent possible, provided the schools are proximate residential plats, site plans or functional eauivalents which will have an impact on school capacity and the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. (b) The Parties agree that, within the County's iurisdiction and each City's 18 Words underlined are added; words sirask*FGugb are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 13.2 13.3 (a) geographic areas known as Concurrence Service Areas (CSAs) (a) (b) Facilities Element. 2. The CSA maps are provided for informational purposes only in Appendix "A" of this Agreement. 1. which to measure the level of service standard 2. Specialized schools shall not be included in the CSA's identified above vary in size, and may target a specific type of student and can limit the 19 Words underlined are added; Words GtFUA thFaugh are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (c) ape groups or grade levels. 1. The adopted LOSS will be achieved and maintained for each year of the five -year planning period: and 2. The utilization of school capacity will be maximized to the greatest (d) The Parties shall observe the following process for modifying CSA boundary maps: 1. The School District, in coordination with Local Governments shall review the proposed CSA boundaries and the data and analysis used to support the changes, and determine whether or not a change is analysis to the local government for review and comment. 2. Local governments shall review and comment on the proposed changes within forty -five (45) days of receipt. 3. approval of the new CSA boundary map by the School Board. New maps of the CSA boundaries shall also be included as data and analysis in support of the local governments' PSFE. 13.4 Specific Responsibilities of the School District. By entering into this Agreement, the School District agrees to do the following subject to the provision that none of the following shall exceed the requirements of the Florida Statutes: (a) (b) In coordination with Local Governments, annually prepare and update a financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan containing enough requirements of this Agreement. (c) Construct the capacity enhancing and modernization proiects which, when completed, will add sufficient capacity to achieve and maintain the adopted LOSS for all CSAs based on the proiected enrollment: provide for reauired 20 Words underlined are added; words stfuGlk thFough are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 13.5 (d) (e) (f) u ie ueyetyurnem at new resiaenyai owelling units amendments relating to school concurrencv (g) Review proposed new residential developments for compliance with concurrencv standards, consistent with the requirements of this Agreement (h) Review proportionate share mitigation options for new residential development consistent with the requirements of this Agreement and Section 163.3180 (13)(01 F.S. G) (k) auimy to Tuna the capital Improvement projects for the five year planning period as amended annually. (a) IMM (b) Timing. The School District shall update and adopt the Five -Year Capital 21 Words underlined are added; words skasktpreugp are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (C) (d) (e) shall: 1. Specify all new construction, remodeling or renovation proiects which will add permanent capacity or modernize existing facilities. 2. Include a description of each school project, a listing of funds to be spent in each fiscal year, includina proportionate share mitigation funding, for the planning, preparation, land acquisition, construction or if any: and a generalized location map for proposed schools included in the Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. 3. Identify the projected enrollment, capacity and utilization percentage of all schools. The School District, in coordination with Local Governments, shall annually update the Concurrence Service Area Boundaries, as necessary, and the "Summary of Capital Improvement Plan" and "Summary of Estimated Revenue" tables when uodating the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan for review and comment. Transmittal of the proposed draft annually updated and financially feasible Capital Improvement Program, but no later than April 1 st of each year. The transmittal of the final draft of the proposed annually updated and financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan to Local Governments shall occur on or before August 1st of each year commencing after the effective date of this Agreement. student capacity in the first three (3) years of the Plan unless the School District, with the concurrence of a vote by its Board members, provides written confirmation that: 1. The modification, delay or deletion of a project is required in order to meet the School District's constitutional obligation to provide a 22 Words underlined are added; words straslFtpreugb are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) _. 13.6 13.7 Q 3. The project schedule or scope has been modified to address Local 4. The SWG for school concurrence as detailed in Section 3 of this The School Board, in coordination with Local Governments may amend the Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan at any time to add necessary capacity its ability to maintain the financial feasibility of the Plan for the current five - year planning period. Ducal uovernments mirty gays prior to School Board review. Local (a) Adoot the required school concurrence provisions into their Land 23 Words underlined are added; Words skaskkipreugh are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (b) that there is school capacity available to serve the development being approved consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. (c) Share information with the School District regarding population projections, to future land use elements which increase residential density. (d) 13.8 Required Comprehensive Plan Amendments. The County and the Cities agree to adopt the following Comprehensive Plan amendments no later than 163.3180. F.S. (a) Governments for review and comment no less than 60 days prior to adoption by the School Board. The County and the Cities shall adopt by reference the School District's annually updated financially feasible Capital Improvement Plan, specifically the "Summary of Capital Improvement the "Summary of Capital Improvements Program" and "Summary of financially feasible CIE for the current five -year planning period. The amended Tables shall be adopted by reference each year by the Local Governments. This shall occur in the Local Government's next available comprehensive plan amendment cycle, but no later than December Vt of each year. This will ensure that the CIE uniformly sets forth a financially feasible public school capital facilities plan, consistent with the adopted Level of Service standards for public schools. 1. Corrections or modifications to the School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan "Summary of Capital Improvement Plan" Table or the revenue sources, or acceptance of facilities pursuant to dedications, may be accomplished by ordinance, and shall not be deemed an amendment to the comprehensive plan. A copy of the ordinance shall be transmitted to the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs. 24 Words underlined are added; words sfrask- thFOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 13.9 (b) (c) 2. responsibility for tundina the School District Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. adopted and when it becomes effective In the event that it becomes necessary to amend the SFE, the Local for review ana comment. A 91 dispute shall be resolved in accordance with the provisions set clan, ana must not have a cost implication or create additional coordination for School District. adopt school concurrence provisions into its land development regulations 25 Words underlined are added; words sirusk4hreuo are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 13.10 (LDR) consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. (a) The County and the Cities shall amend their LDRs to implement school concurrence provisions for the review of plats, site plans or the functional equivalent, which increase residential density. 1. 4 the County regulations and agrees to be bound by the terms and provisions therein until it adopts its own ordinance. with its Comprehensive Plan. Section 14. Uniform School Concurrence Process 14.1 General Provisions. The County, the Cities and the School District shall ensure that the Level of Service Standard established for each school type is achieved and maintained. (a) No plat, site plan or the functional equivalent for new residential exists within a CSA for each school type. (b) A Local Government may condition the approval of the application to ensure that necessary school facilities are in place, in order to validate or render effective the approval. This shall not limit the authority of a Local Government to denv a plat, site plan or its functional equivalent, pursuant to its home rule regulatory powers (c) The following residential uses shall be considered exempt from the requirements of school concurrence: 1. Single family and mobile home lots of record, existing as of March 1, 2008. 2. Any new residential development that has a final plat or site plan 3. Any amendment to any previously approved residential development 26 Words underlined are added; words stwok thmugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 14.2 (d) 5. All new residential plats and site plans (or functional eguivalent) or amendments to previously approved residential development orders 6. Development that has been authorized as a Development of Regional regional impact status. as to whether or not a development lot or unit is exempt from the requirements of school concurrence (a) Appendix "G ". The process is as follows: 1. 2. 27 Words underlined are added; words skaek44reugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 0 U 5. proposed development. a. this Aareement. b. New school capacity within a CSA which is in place or under actual construction in the first three years of the School District's Capital Plan will be added to the capacity shown in the CSA and is counted as available capacity for the residential development under review. exceeded in the CSA, an adiacent CSA will be reviewed for available capacity. 9 evaluated for available capacity to satisfy space required to accommodate the projected enrollment. If capacity is identified b. If a proposed development causes the LOSS in the CSA in having available capacity. This shift may be accomplished impacted. mitiqation process described below in Section 14.5 of this Agreement. If 28 Words underlined are added; words Nrask through are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 14.3 14.4 6. When capacity has been determined to be available the School District 7. Its school Impact fees have been paid (a) (b) (c) development. The Local Government shall not issue a building permit or its functional (a) Student enrollment voiections shall be based on the most recently adopted 29 Words underlined are added; words skask4hFeugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) School District CIP, and the DRT shall be updated to reflect these projections. Available capacity shall be derived using the following formula: Available Capacity = CSA Capacity' — (EnrollmenF + Vested3) Where z Enrollment = Total CSA Student enrollment as counted at the Fall FTE 3 Vested = Students aenerated from residential developments approved and receiving a SCADL after the implementation of school concurrence (b) Using the Fall FTE, the vested number of students on the DRT for the CSA will be reduced by the number of students for each school type represented by the residential units that received certificates of occupancy within the previous twelve (12) month period. 14.5 Proportionate Share Mitigation. In the event there is not sufficient school capacity available within the adopted LOSS to support an Applicant's development. the School District in coordination with the applicable Local Government may consider proportionate share mitigation options and, if accepted, shall enter into an enforceable and binding agreement with the Applicant and the Local Government to mitigate the impact from the development through the creation of additional school capacity. (a) When the student impacts from a proposed development cause a failure to meet the adopted LOSS, the Applicant's proportionate share will be based on the number of additional student stations necessary to meet the established LOSS for the affected school type(s). The amount to be paid will be calculated by the cost per student station for elementary, middle, and high school types as determined and published by the State of Florida. plus a share of the land acquisition and infrastructure expenditures for school sites. (b) The methodology used to calculate an Applicant's proportionate share mitigation shall be as follows: Proportionate Share = ('Development students - Available Capacity) x Total Costa per student station Where the following definitions apply: 'Development students = Students generated by residential development that are assigned to that CSA for the affected school type(s). aTotal Cost = the cost per student station by school type, as determined and published by the State of Florida. plus a proportionate share of the land acquisition and infrastructure expenditures for school sites as determined and published annually in the School District's Five Year 30 Words underlined are added; words s%Fuek !hFaugtt are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (c) Capital Improvement Plan. enrorceaple agreement with the School Board and the Local Government with jurisdiction over the approval of the development order 1. 2. 0 the proposed residential development the Applicant may pay his Agreement. residential development, if it is funded through the Applicant's S C. fIj e. Construction or expansion of permanent student stations or core capacity: or f 31 Words underlined are added; Words 54HOk 111FOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Ia mitigating capacity will reflect the estimated future construction costs at the time of the anticipated construction. the Applicant's educational impact used to fund the improvements on which the proportionate share mitigation is calculated. responsibility of the Applicant. 7. Any proportionate share mitigation must be directed by the School District toward a school capacity improvement identified in the School District's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. F1 functional equivalent, the mitigation measures shall be memorialized in an enforceable and binding agreement with the Local Government, the School District and the Applicant that specifically details mitigation any mitigation proposals were rejected and why the development is not in compliance with school concurrence requirements. A SCADL described in Section 14.5(c) of this Agreement, constitutes final agency action by the School District for purposes of Chapter 120, F.S. 14.6 Appeal Process. A person may appeal a determination made as a part of the schoolconcurrencv process. (a) (b) F.S. process identified in the Local Government's regulations for appeal of development orders. This shall not apply to any decision subject to section a above. 32 Words underlined are added; words skaskipreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Section 15. Special Provisions 15.1 School District Requirements. The Parties acknowledge and agree that the School District is or may be subject to the requirements of the Florida and United States Constitutions and other state or federal statutes regarding the School District's performance of its constitutional or statutory obligation 15.2 Section 16. Resolution of Disputes If the Parties to this Agreement are unable to resolve any issue relative to this Agreement and within which they may be in disagreement, such dispute will be resolved in accordance with governmental conflict resolution procedures specified in Chapters 164 and 186, FIAFidA Statutes F.S., or any other acceptable means of alternative dispute resolution agreed to by the Parties to this Agreement Section 4817. Amendment and Termination of the Agreement Agreement. This Agreement may only be amended by written consent of all parties to Section 4418. Execution of the Agreement This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which will be deemed an original, but all of which together will constitute one and the same instrument and be the Agreement between the parties. Section 4519. E*p4atienTermination of the Agreement. No party to this Agreement may terminate its participation in the agreement except (a) 33 Words underlined are added; words skask ihreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Affairs: or (b) Upon receipt of a waiver from the Department of Community Affairs per Section 163.31777(1)(c). F.S.: or (c) this Agreement. If the Florida Statutes as they pertain to school planning coordination and school concurrence are repealed, the Agreement may be terminated, in part or in full, by written consent of all parties to this Agreement. The tArFn at this AgFeement shall expiFe RiRety (90) days fFGFn the da4e the last paFt!' SeGtiE)R 14 06 exeGuted by the Parties pFiGF tO that ninety (90) day peNed— The DG.A. %vill Section 20. Entire Agreement. contemporaneous negotiations, understandings and agreements, written or oral, among the parties, with the exception of that certain ILA commonly referred to as the "SBR Agreement" referred to in Subparagraph 12.3.a herein. Section 21. Effective Date. The effective date of this Agreement shall be March 1, 2008. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Interlocal Agreement has been executed by the Parties by their duly authorized officials on the date set forth below. 34 Words underlined are added; words skulk- thRugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, FLORIDA 35 Words underlined are added; words sNasktpreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 36 Words underlined are added; words 64U& thMugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) -- DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF EVERGLADES CITY, FLORIDA, THIS Day of 200_ CITY OF EVERGLADES CITY, FLORIDA IIn Attest (Seal) Clerk Duly Passed and Adopted by the City Council of Everglades City, Florida, this Day of 200_ 37 Words underlined are added; words struck- iHreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA, THIS Day of 200. CITY OF MARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA Signed: By: Attest (Seal) Clerk Duly Passed and Adopted by the City Council of Marco Island, Florida, this Day of 200_. 38 Words underlined are added; words StFUG k 414FOUgh are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF NAPLES, FLORIDA, THIS Day of 200_. CITY OF NAPLES, FLORIDA a Attest (Seal) Clerk Duly Passed and Adopted by the City Council of Naples, Florida, this Day of 200_. 39 Words underlined are added; words sHUek44Feu0 are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX "A" Concurrency Service Area Map Series 12 -04-07 Underline ILA.doc a ca e d m v m y T V C 7 V C O U 6 O L V N R r C d E m W v a° s' 0 N I m v a° s' 0 N CL a 2 cc m d v L m a L' L c> C O U O O L N U) d 'O .6 2 v d d c c c r� 0 v 0 2v a R R d L Q d v L d N T C d t 7 O C O V O O L U L Ol Ma d d c� e v c 0 v 0 N APPENDIX "B" School District Student Generation Multiplier Data: Three datasets were used to calculate the student aeneration rates. These datasets were October 2006 student enrollment data, parcel data from the Collier County Property Appraiser's Student Data - The student population poll used in this study is from October 2006. Among the information collected in the poll is the student's current physical address (as indicated by the student). These addresses have been geocoded (geographically matched) to the Collier County address points. The aeocodina procedure results in a spatial dataset that represents one geographic point per student, based on their address. study was obtained from the CCPA in December 2006. The Florida Department of Revenue the basis for determining housing type in this study. database was obtained from Collier County GIS in December 2006. Methodology: GIS was the business tool of choice for the analysis of student generation rates. The SGR is calculated as the number of students living in a specific housing category divided by the total number of units in the same specific housing unit type. This study examines students by their grade range and housing type. enouah to offset occasional housina type assionment errors. Words underlined are added; words s�elt dife"h are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) that creates one geographic point per student (similar to an X Y location) based on their Code. In order to append this DOR Code to the student point dataset a spatial loin was Government. The total number of each type of housina unit serves as the denominator in the SGR address points. This database contains one address point for every physical address what provides the denominator for the SGR calculations for each housing type Analysis and Results: • Elementary: Pre - Kindergarten — Fifth • Middle: Sixth — Eighth • High: Ninth — Twelfth Words underlined are added; words S"WE tlxeagh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Table 1: DOR Code, Student Count, and Housing Type Breakdown Table 2 displays the number of students by housing type and school type in Collier County as of October 2006. In addition to those students that are summarized in Table 2 a total of 1,053 students were assianed to a vacant parcel (DOR Code O). 24 students were geocoded to a miscellaneous parcel. This is due to a number of factors, including parcels that were once Table 3 displays the housina type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 4 details the resulting Student Generation Rate multiplier by unit type and school Words underlined are added; words strdek dwough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) ` acantResidentiall 1.05 v nl di "tai ut mong the five h u in kVDeS 1 Sin le Familv Residential Multi-Familv 10 units or more Retirement Homes 7 598 111 18 Sin le Famil Multi - Famil ulti - Famil 1 Multi - Famil less th n 10 units ricultural 329 9 ulti - Famil Single Famil 2 ricultural 18 Sin le Family 0 ri ultural 7 Sin le Family 6 ricultural 8 Single Family 7 ricultural 110 Sin le Family 9 ricultural 5 Sin le Family 1 Institutional 3 Multi - Famil 5 Institutional 30 Multi-Family 9 In tit ti nal 9 4 Multi -F mil Non -A ric Itur I Acrea a 123 Sin le Famil Table 2 displays the number of students by housing type and school type in Collier County as of October 2006. In addition to those students that are summarized in Table 2 a total of 1,053 students were assianed to a vacant parcel (DOR Code O). 24 students were geocoded to a miscellaneous parcel. This is due to a number of factors, including parcels that were once Table 3 displays the housina type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 4 details the resulting Student Generation Rate multiplier by unit type and school Words underlined are added; words strdek dwough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Woe. Table 2: Students by Housing Type and School Type Table 3: Dwelling Units by Type I Single Family Multi -Famil Condo /Co -O Mobile Homes Government 73,517 18,183 757 110,155 11,715 Table 4: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates Discussion: scnool z:ivstem. Because the oroiection of the number of students that will be generated from new residential Words underlined are added; words srmek dwougM are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX "C" School Concurrency Process Flow Chart Applicant receives written notice specifying defirienclec Applicant vrithdraws application School Nor" Issues School Capacity AvallabMgy Local Cedilkale a Pubic C FadAly : Adecl X all Level d ;erypectandmds are met i School Capacity AvWbday Delerminellon Leder veAd 1v the Ale d the CerlllY:Ne { of Pudic FacllY Adl.. (17104107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) CAPACITY AYALABLF School Dlslrbt Issues School Capacity Mailability Determination Letter identifying 15WorMnq deGCierrymc,,a, ity Applicant, Local AppkorlvNh — AAitigatlon option rejected School District issues a Scil runcurrercy Delkimp Leiter LocalLOCaI G denies application M. Words underlined me added; words s§aek theeagk are deleted 110 CAPACITY AVAIL All[ F Applicant subrMS notice a1 appeat with I.00W GavarrrnerA a SGwd Board, as appYcebb Appeal revlened and scheduled for hearing by the Board or Hearing Officer i The Board or _ Appeal to Cacult Corn APPENDIX "D" Suggested Calendar of Events March The SWG shall be notified of the date of the School Board Plan. April School District's transmittal of the draft financially feasible April or Mav Local governments' comments if any, on the School District's District staff no less than two weeks prior to the scheduled School Board Workshop. April and/or May The School District staff, with the assistance of Collier County L,ommissloners. comment. September 1 The County and Cities shall provide the School District the report on annual growth and development trends September 1 The County and Cities will provide to the School District the allocation of residential units by type and planning sector. September 30 School District shall update and adopt the financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan effective on October 1 Words underlined are added; words stmalk thmugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) October Collier County staff, with the assistance of School District staff, will dive an informational presentation of the County's Annual Update and Inventory Report to the District School Board of Collier County. November 1 The School District shall submit to the County and Cities the final Tentative Educational Facilities Plan and adopted financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. Comprehensive Plans the School District's annually adopted financially feasible Capital Improvement Plan, specifically the "Summary of Capital Improvements Prooram" and "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Tables. Words underlined are added; words stmek tPAsuglr are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) EXHIBIT A COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT DECEMBER, 2007 Words underlined are added; words stFwGkthFeu@h are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) TABLE OF CONTENTS Goal. Objectives and Policies Appendix A Map Series Words underlined are added; words GtFUSk threugh are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Pape 2 12 GOAL. OBJECTIVES, AND POLICIES PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT FEASIBLE SCHOOL DISTRICT'S FIVE -YEAR CAPITAL PLAN. capacity at an adopted level of service standard, measured within School Concurrence Policy 1.1.1: CSAs. Policy 1.1.2: School CSAs shall be established less than district -wide through the merger of Traffic Policy 1.1.3: A. The adopted LOS standards will be achieved and maintained for each year of the five -year planning period: and B. The utilization of school capacity will be maximized to the greatest extent possible, taking into account transportation costs, court approved desegregation plans and other relevant factors. Policy 1.1.4: The County, in conjunction with the School District and municipalities within the County shall observe the followina process for modifying CSA boundary maps: A. The School District, in coordination with local governments shall review the proposed CSA boundaries and the data and analysis used to support the Words underlined are added; words siwsk- through are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) data and analysis to the local government for review and comment C. If the proposed change is acceptable to the local government the change to a Policy 1.1.5: A. At such time as the School District determines that a change in the school facility governments for review and comment. B_ . Local governments shall review and comment on the proposed changes within forty -five (45) days of receipt. OBJECTIVE 1.2: RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT REVIEW The County, in cooperation with the School District shall ensure a school concurrency each school type as measured within a CSA. capacity to serve the development. Policy 1.2.2: The County shall consider the following residential uses exempt from the requirements of school concurrence: A. Single family and mobile home lots of record existing as of March 1 2008 B. Any new residential development that has a final plat or site plan approval or the Words underlined are added; words 64uek thFaugh are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) functional equivalent of a site specific development order as of March 1. 2008. (e.g., single- family to multi - family). D. Age- restricted communities with no permanent residents under the age of 18. Exemption of an ape- restricted community will be subject to a restrictive covenant limiting the age of permanent residents to 18 years and older. of school impact fees. F. Development that has been authorized as a Development of Regional Impact pursuant to Chapter 380. F.S., as of March 1, 2008, notwithstanding any subsequent abandonment of prior development of regional impact status. Policy 1.2.3: The County, through its land development regulations, and in conjunction with the School District, shall establish a school concurrence review process for all residential development projects that are not exempt under Policy 1.2.2. of this Element. The minimum process requirements are as follows: I_� B. The County determines if the application is complete for processing and transmits the complete SIA to the School District for review. C. The School District reviews the application for available capacity and issues a School Capacity Availability Determination Letter ( SCADL) to the County stating: 1. If capacity is available within the affected CSA. the School District shall issue a SCADL verifying available capacity. 2. 3. 4. If capacity is not available in the contiguous CSAs, the School District shall mitigation plan within a 90 day period. Words underlined are added; words siwsk thFOugh are deleted 4 (17104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) non - exempt resigennai protects Policy 1.2.4: A. Mitiaation options may include, but are not limited to: C. 1. 9 I Donation of buildings for use as a primary or alternative learning facility; or 4. Renovation of existing buildings for use as learning facilities or 5. Construction or expansion of permanent student stations or core capacity; or 6. Construction of a public school facilitv in arivanra of tha times cat fnrth it verltving avaliame capacity to support the development Words underlined are added; words stFuGk4hFeuO are deleted (12104107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) OBJECTIVE 1.3: establish a monitoring group; and address coordination on emergency preparedness issues. timina of, on -site and off-site improvements necessary to support new schools, proposed expansions, construction that chances the primary use of a facility, stadium construction, or Policy 1.3.2: responsible for the planning, constructing, operating, and maintaining infrastructure improvements necessary to support a new school or school improvement, and ensure that the necessary infrastructure is in place prior to or concurrent with school construction. Policy 1.3.3: land uses. County staff shall consider standards such as, but not limited to. building Policy 1.3.4: for these facilities is identified. A separate agreement between the School District and the County or other appropriate entity, will be developed for each instance of co- location and Policy 1.3.5: The County, municipalities within the County, and the School District shall coordinate on emergency preparedness issues. Policy 1.3.6: The County, in conjunction with the School District, shall establish a Citizen Advisory Group (CAG) to monitor plannino and school concurrence in Collier County. Words underlined are added; words straek- tpreugFi are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) slanparg Tor scnools. Pollcv 1.4.2: The County, in conjunction with the School District shall annually review the Public School /A B. A map or maps which identify the general location and type of public school series. Words underlined are added; words siraskihMugh are deleted % (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX A MAP SERIES Words underlined are added; words struslEiMeugh are deleted (12104107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added; words straektpreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added; words are deleted 10 (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ................................................................ ............................... 1 PURPOSEOF REPORT ............................................................................ ..............................1 COUNTY INFORMATION (POPULATION / TRENDS) ......................... ............................... 3 POPULATIONPROJECTIONS .................................................................. ..............................3 HOUSING............................................................................................. ..............................4 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - GROWTH AREAS ................................... ..............................4 EXISTING PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY CONDITIONS ........................ ............................... 9 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, FACILITY CAPACITY, AND EXISTING UTILIZATION .........................9 EXISTING SCHOOL FACILITES .......................................................... ............................... 10 STUDENT GENERATION RATES ......................................................... ............................... 15 PROJECTED PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY CONDITIONS .................... ............................... 21 PROJECTEDENROLLMENT ................................................................. ............................... 21 PROJECTED CAPACITY ...................................................................... ............................... 26 10 AND 20 YEAR FORECAST ............................................................ ............................... 29 SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ..................................................... ............................... 32 SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY ...... ............................... 32 LEVELOF SERVICE ....................................................................................... ............................... 39 SCHOOL LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR COLLIER COUNTY ........................ ............................... 39 CO- LOCATION AND JOINT -USE ANALYSIS ............................... ............................... 42 MUTUAL USE AGREEMENTS .............................................................. ............................... 43 SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND REVENUE SOURCES .............................. 45 SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ................................... ............................... 45 SCHOOL DISTRICT REVENUE SOURCES ............................................... .............................50 SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS AND SCHOOL PLANNING SHARED COSTS ........ 52 SCHOOL DISTRICT'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS SUMMARY .................. ............................... 53 APPENDICIES................................................................. ............................... 54 STUDENT GENERATION RATES - APPENDIX 1 .................................. ............................... 55 IMPACT FEE STUDY STUDENT GENERATION RATES - APPENDIX 2 ... ............................... 56 CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREA (CSA) CREATION METHODOLOGY- APPENDIX 3 ............. 58 ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY MAPS- APPENDIX 4 ................................... ............................... 63 Collier County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1: POPULATION TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ........................ 3 TABLE 2: PERCENTAGE GROWTH OF POPULATION TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ................................................. ............................... 3 TABLE 3: HOUSING TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ........................... 4 TABLE 4: PERCENTAGE GROWTH OF HOUSING TRENDS ................. ............................... 4 TABLE 5: PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT .................................. ............................... 9 TABLE 6: COMPARISON OF POPULATION GROWTH AND NEW HOUSING TO HIGH SCHOOL PLANNING AREA ENROLLMENT IN 2006 ................... ............................... 10 TABLE 7: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL TYPE .......................... 10 TABLE 8: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL .. ............................... 12 TABLE 9: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SPECIAL SCHOOL TYPE ................ 14 TABLE 10: DOR CODE, STUDENT COUNT, AND HOUSING TYPE BREAKDOWN ..................... 18 TABLE 11: STUDENTS BY HOUSING TYPE AND SCHOOL TYPE ........ ............................... 19 TABLE 12: DWELLING UNITS BY TYPE ................................... ............................... 19 TABLE 13: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY STUDENT GENERATION RATES ........... 19 TABLE 14: DOE COFTE FORECAST ...................................... ............................... 23 TABLE 15: PROPOSED NEW SCHOOLS AND ADDITIONS THROUGH 2011 -12 ..................... 27 TABLE 16: 10 -YEAR SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT FORECAST .... ............................... 30 TABLE 17:10 -YEAR RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPACITY BY COUNTY PLANNINGAREA ............................................... ............................... 30 TABLE 18: 20 -YEAR SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT FORECAST .... ............................... 30 TABLE 19: 20 -YEAR RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPACITY BY COUNTY PLANNINGAREA ............................................... ............................... 31 TABLE 20: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN .................. ............................... 34 TABLE 21: MIDDLE SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN ........................ ............................... 35 TABLE 22: HIGH SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN ........................... ............................... 35 TABLE 23: LEVEL OF SERVICE BY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREA ......................... 41 TABLE 24: SUMMARY OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, FY 2007/08 - 2011/12 .................... 46 TABLE 25: SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED REVENUE, FY 2007/08 — 2011/12 ........................ 51 Collier County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1: CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY TRENDS: 2001 AND 2006 .. ............................... 6 FIGURE 1A: CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY TRENDS RELATIVE TO STUDENT LOCATION: 2001 AND 2006 ............................................................................................. ............................... 7 FIGURE 2: APPROVED AND POTENTIAL NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ........................... 8 FIGURE 3: EXISTING SCHOOL AND ANCILARY FACILITIES MAP ....... ............................... 13 FIGURE 4: PROJECTED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011-2012 ............. 25 FIGURE 5: PROJECTED MIDDLE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011 -2012 ................... 25 FIGURE 6: PROJECTED HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011 -2012 ...................... 25 FIGURE 7: FUTURE SCHOOLS AND ANCILARY FACILITIES MAP ........ ............................... 28 FIGURE 8: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS .. ............................... 36 FIGURE 9: MIDDLE SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ........ ............................... 37 FIGURE 10: HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ......... ............................... 38 FIGURE 11: PUBLIC FACILITIES WITH SCHOOL CO- LOCATION OPPORTUNITIES MAP ............ 44 Collier County Public School Facilities Element iv Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 LIST OF ATTACHMENTS ATTACHMENT 1 :........ DRAFT INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY PLANNING ATTACHMENT 2: ............................................................. EDUCATIONAL PLANT SURVEY ATTACHMENT 3:.... DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF COLLIER COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN ATTACHMENT 4:........... SCHOOL IMPACT FEE TECHNICAL REPORT - COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA Coiner County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Introduction Public schools are essential components to the well -being and future of a community. Residential development occurring within the community is the primary factor associated with student population growth within a public school system. Because of the relationship between residential development and the provision of public schools, coordination among the District School Board of Collier County (School District), Collier County, and the Municipalities of Collier County is critical to ensure that public school capacity needs for future student growth can be met within the public school system. Recognizing the importance of public schools, the 2005 Florida Legislature enacted legislation amending Sections 163.3180 and 163.3177, Florida Statutes (F.S.), mandating the implementation of public school concurrency supported by data and analysis. This Data and Analysis Report has been created in accordance with the requirements of 163.3177(12) (c), F.S. and 9J- 5.025(2), Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), to detail the methods and analyze the results of the study that have been employed to support the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) for the School Concurrency Program. The School District, along with Collier County and the municipalities of Everglades City, Marco Island, and Naples are working together, participating in school concurrency. Purpose of Report The Data and Analysis for the PSFE addresses land development, economic, and demographic issues which impact education. These issues include: County growth and population trends; school level of service; school utilization; school proximity and compatibility with residential development; availability of public infrastructure; co- location opportunities for school and public infrastructure; and financial feasibility. Each affected local government must adopt a consistent Public School Facilities Element. This Report will provide Collier County, Everglades City, Marco Island, and Naples with the required data and analysis necessary to adopt a public school concurrency program consistent with the amended Interlocal Agreement for Public School Facility Planning (Attachment A), Subsection 93- 5.025(2), Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) and Chapter 163, F.S. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 1 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The data and analysis provided for the PSFE establishes the coordination between the school board, local governments, and county necessary for planning and permitting residential development to ensure that school capacity is available at the adopted level of service for schools prior to or concurrent with the student impact from residential development. comer County Public School Facilities Element 2 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Population Using the Collier County 2006 Population Estimates and Projection methodology, population data were collected for the City of Naples, City of Marco Island and Everglades City, in addition to the unincorporated areas of Collier County. Data sources include the 1990 US Census, and the populations and projections compiled by Collier County for the years 2000- 2025. The population figures and projections from Collier County are those from the 2006 October count, and are based on the County's methodology for projecting population, as of October 2006. In the future, population projection figures from Collier County will continue to be supplied to the School District, using whichever methodology the County is using at that time. These data are shown below in Table 1. From 1990 to 2000, the Collier County population increased by 59 percent, and increased 21 percent from 2000 -2005. Projections indicate a 23 percent increase from 2005 to 2010, a 17 percent increase from 2010 to 2015, an increase of 15 percent from 2015 to 2020, and an increase of 13 percent from 2020 to 2025, displayed in Table 2 below. Based on the figures provided, the overall population of the County is expected to increase by over 350,000 persons between 2005 and 2025. Table 1: Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities 2000-2025 Data obtained from Cullerr County Comprehensive Planning Department (October data, 2006 Population Estimates and Projections) Table 2: Percentage Growth of Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities 1990 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 Un rp incoorated Collier County 122,500 221,139 287,511 382,122 464,770 549,892 636,431 City ofNaples 19,505 21,332 22,779 24,470 25,742 26,760 27,345 City of Marco Island 9,773 14,973 15,737 16,641 17,590 18,592 19,652 Everglades City 321 484 578 912 947 983 1,021 Countywide Total 152,099 257,926 326,605 424,145 509,049 596,227 684,449 2000-2025 Data obtained from Cullerr County Comprehensive Planning Department (October data, 2006 Population Estimates and Projections) Table 2: Percentage Growth of Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities Collier County Public School Facilities Element 3 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 1990 -2000 2000 -2005 2005 2010 2010 -2015 2015 -2020 Unincorporated Collier County 55% 23% 25% 18% 15% City of Naples _ _ 9% 6% 7% 5% 4% N2% City ofMarco Island 35% 5% 5% 5% 5 °/p Eve lades CI 34% 16% 37 °/p 4 °/p 4% Coun ideTotal 59% 21% 23% 17% 15% Collier County Public School Facilities Element 3 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Housing The housing data published in 2006 were collected for the City of Naples, City of Marco Island and Everglades City, and the unincorporated areas of Collier County. The data source for occupied units is the University of Florida Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing. This data provides a more useful dataset than figures for total housing units, owing to the large number of seasonal -use housing units. In total, Collier County doubled its occupied housing between the years 1990 -2005. The municipalities show consistent growth during the same time frame. The data in Tables 3 and 4 represent existing occupied units for 1990 -2005. The Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing projects the occupied unit counts for 2010 -2025. Table 3: Housing Trends for Collier County and Municipalities uara oorameo rrom me unrversrty or ronoa mmmnerg cemer ror arroraaore Housing Table 4: Percentage Growth of Housing Trends 1990 2000 2005 2010 2015 1 2020 2025 Unincorporated Collier Not 84 104,971 125,072 145,843 168,095 190,293 County Available ,678 6.8% 6.3% City of Marco Island Not Available 4.5% City of Naples 9,808 10,785 11,682 12,421 13,297 14,271 15,227 AvNot 7,128 7.461 7,869 8,851 9,548 10,177 City of Marco Island Everglades City 72 182 234 294 341 387 440 Countywide Total 61,576 102,773 124,348 145,656 168,332 192,301 216,137 uara oorameo rrom me unrversrty or ronoa mmmnerg cemer ror arroraaore Housing Table 4: Percentage Growth of Housing Trends Residential Development - Growth Areas Certificate of Occupancy (CO) data was analyzed to identify where past areas of growth were located in relation current growth areas. Figure 1 displays data regarding the quantity of COs issued within unincorporated Collier County, as well as the municipalities, for the years 2001 and 2006. This snapshot of CO data shows that over time, more COs are being issued in the eastern and southern portions of the County, particularly south and east of Davis Boulevard and east toward Immokalee Road. Areas such as Golden Gate Estates and those within the more rural eastern portion of Collier County are also experiencing a larger Collier County Public School Facilities Element q Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 1990 -2000 2000 -2005 2015-201012010-2015 2015 -2020 2020 -2025 Unincorporated Collier County Not Available 19.3% 16.1% 14.2% 13.2% 11.7% Citl ofNaples 91% 7.7% 5.9% 6.6% 6.8% 6.3% City of Marco Island Not Available 4.5% 5.2% 11.1% 7.3% 6.2% Everglades City 60.4% 22.2% 20.4% 13.8% 11.9% 12.0% Countywide Total 40.1% 17.4% 14.6% 13.5% 12.5% 11.0% Residential Development - Growth Areas Certificate of Occupancy (CO) data was analyzed to identify where past areas of growth were located in relation current growth areas. Figure 1 displays data regarding the quantity of COs issued within unincorporated Collier County, as well as the municipalities, for the years 2001 and 2006. This snapshot of CO data shows that over time, more COs are being issued in the eastern and southern portions of the County, particularly south and east of Davis Boulevard and east toward Immokalee Road. Areas such as Golden Gate Estates and those within the more rural eastern portion of Collier County are also experiencing a larger Collier County Public School Facilities Element q Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 number of CO's being issued. Additionally, Figure IA compares the locations of students in 2001 and 2006 to the locations of issued COs in those years. The figure indicates that the issuance of a CO does not necessarily correspond to the presence of new students, which is likely due to the construction of second or seasonal dwellings, or age- restricted communities. Growth in Collier County is expected to continue, particularly in the more rural areas of the County. The new town of Ave Maria, which has been approved for 11,000 units, is an example of a large Development of Regional Impact (DRI) in such a rural area. Figure 2 depicts the locations of the approved and new potential residential developments. Figure 2 also provides a table showing the quantity of residential units yet to be built among the 129 approved residential developments. These data were obtained from the County and the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council (SWFRPC). The developments described and shown in this figure represent existing DRI and planned unit developments (PUDs) with build -out dates of 2007 and later. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 5 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 School Enrollment, Facility Capacity, and Existing Utilization During the last eight years, the Collier County School District has grown by 10,000 students, from 32,000 in 1999 to more than 42,000 in 2006. During that same time period the School District built 12 new schools. Table 5 shows the enrollment pattern for students in District -owned buildings since 2000. Enrollment reflects the October membership count. Table 5: Public School Enrollment October Membership Elementary Middle High Total Annual Growth 2000 17,389 7,538 8,949 33,876 2001 18,204 8,052 9,645 35,901 2,025 2002 18,523 8,431 10,303 37,257 1,356 2003 19,315 8,851 10,882 39,048 1,791 2004 20,524 1 9,173 11,608 41,305 2,257 2005 20,741 8,913 12,218 41,872 567 2006 20,433* 8,886 12,633 42,063* 191 *District -owned facilities - including Internet High School and Walker Career and Technical School Between 2000 and 2005 the district was growing at an average rate of approximately 1,500 new students a year. In 2006 the School District, like many other Florida school districts, experienced a slight decline in student enrollment in the elementary and middle grades (subsequent decline in the high schools shows a net decline for the year). The swift rise in median home prices, more investors in the housing market, an increase in the number of rental conversions to condominiums, and a larger second -home market share are some of the changes that have an impact on student enrollment. It remains to be seen if this drop in enrollment is the beginning of a trend, or simply an anomaly. An analysis of the 2006 published housing data in Collier County points to similar building permit activity as in the past, but fewer new students associated with them. The exception is in the Palmetto Ridge High School Service Area where most of the enrollment growth is occurring. Table 6 compares high school enrollment change with population and housing changes in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element g Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 6: Comparison of Population Growth and New Housing to High School Planning Area Enrollment in 2006 High School Planning Area Population Growth (2006) New Dwelling Units (2006) 2006 PK -12 Enrollment Change Baron Collier HS 1,428 692 -295 Gulf Coast HS 1,748 980 -80 Lely HS 2,299 1,545 -121 Naples HS 354 218 -32 Golden Gate HS 434 332 -289 Palmetto Ridge HS 2,571 856 396 Other 251 88 116 Total 9,084 4,711 -305 ,,,, , .,..,— , o,,,, .. c, ..al cci anu 1mr,mcai �cnooi Due to an aggressive building plan for the preceding six years, the school district has been able to keep pace with growth at the middle and high school levels. Only the elementary schools continue to face a deficit in 2006. Table 7 compares the capacity to enrollment by school type in 2006. Table 7: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by School Type School Type Enrollment 106 (October FTE) Capacity '05-06 (Permanent FISH) Utilization High Schools 12,633 13,822 91% Middle Schools 8,886 9,618 92% Elementary School 20,433 19,056 107% u,cwucc inieinet iuyn Suluoi ana warner l.areer ana /ecnnlcdl This county -wide data, however, conceals regional differences where some schools are over capacity and others are under capacity. In 2006, 11 elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school exceeded 100 percent utilization. Currently, the School District has more than 200 relocatable classrooms to address both capacity and program needs. Existing School Facilities The School District operates 24 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, 8 high schools, and one PK -12 school with nearly 50 percent having been built since 1990. It is able to dedicate Collier County Public School Facilities Element 10 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 25 -30 percent of its capital improvement program to the renovation and upgrading of existing facilities. In addition, the School District implements a well conceived and transparent facilities maintenance program. As a result, most school buildings are in good condition and often exceed state guidelines. Table 8 shows the public schools, the year each was built and its site size, and the 2006 enrollment utilization. In addition, the existing location of the schools and ancillary facilities operated by the School District has been provided as Figure 3. Grade Structure: Most schools in the School District follow a standard grade organization with Grades PK -5 in the elementary schools, Grades 6 -8 in the middle schools, and grades 9 -12 in the high school. There are two exceptions. In Immokolee (a geographically isolated community), the elementary schools will begin serving grades PK - 6 in 2007. In Everglades City (also a geographically isolated incorporated community) all grades (K -12) are served at one school. In 2006, Manatee Middle School temporarily housed elementary students pending the opening of a new school in 2007. A 2002 statewide ballot initiative allowed voluntary attendance in a prekindergarten (PK) preparatory program for children living in Florida who turn four years old by September 1. Permanent FISH Capacity: School districts in Florida calculate FISH (Florida Inventory of School Houses) based on state guidelines. FISH is defined as "the number of students that may be housed in a facility (school) at any given time based on a utilization percentage of the number of existing satisfactory student stations." The figure is a product of the number of classrooms at a school and the student stations assigned to each room type. FISH is the design capacity for the school building (as built) and may not reflect actual usage. It is not uncommon for a school to be at or even below permanent FISH capacity and still need relocatables to address program needs, such as for preschool education, Exceptional Student Education (ESE), English as a Second Language (ESL), or Title One reduced class sizes. Collier County Public School Facilities Element SI Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Table 8: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by School School Name Year Opened site Slze (Acres) 20OV06 perm Ca ac! 2006 Enrollment Utlllzatlon High Schools Barron Collier HS 1977 98.00 1946 1778 91% Everglades City School (PK -12) 1996 4.00 481 152 32% Golden Gate HS 2003 63.00 2166 1527 709/6 Gulf Coast HS 1996 42.00 1955 2132 109% Immokalee HS 1973 44.00 1737 1435 83% Lely HS 1973 50.00 2216 1540 69% Naples HS 1959 33.00 2047 1683 82% Palmetto Ridge HS 2003 135.00 2175 1877 91% Middle Schools - Corkscrew MS 1999 60.00 1067 1459 137% East Naples MS 1968 17.00 1058 1235 117% Golden Gate MS 1982 27.00 848 847 100% Gulfview MS 1994 11.00 657 616 94% Immokalee MS 1990 24.00 1310 1138 87% Manatee MS* 1993 46.00 1328 843 63% North Naples MS 2003 43.00 984 920 93% Oakridge MS 1992 39.00 ii 1323 1142 869/6 Pine Ridge MS 1973 37.00 1075 1 1066 999% Elementary Schools Avalon ES 1968 --- 1 .00 466 558 120% Big Cypress ES 1986 20.00 701 960 137% Calusa Park ES 2001 33.00 775 1055 136% Corkscrew ES 1998 60.00 901 941 104% Estates ES 2003 8.00 767 714 93% Golden Gate ES 1973 16.00 1145 872 769% Golden Terrace ES 1988 15.00 1326 1013 76% Highlands ES 1965 13.00 466 675 145% Lake Park ES 1989 10.00 562 535 95% Lake Trafford ES 1989 876 98% Laurel Oak ES 1992 1200 160% Lely ES 1989 861 93% Manatee ES* 1993 796 105% Naples Park ES 1973 122Osceola ES 2001 892 121% Pelican Marsh ES 1995 20.00 974 832 85% Pinecrest ES 1962 20.00 690 703 102% Poinciana ES 1973 19.00 834 718 86% Sabal Palm ES 2002 31.00 750 990 132% Sea Gate ES 1964 15.00 628 752 120% Shadowlawn ES 1959 1200 . 657 638 97% Tommie Barfield ES 1972 21.00 600 721 120% Village Oaks ES 1986 20.00 692 624 90% Vineyards ES 1989 18.00 959 976 102% Collier County Public School Facilities Element 12 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 District -wide and Special Schools: In addition to the traditional school setting, the School District offers a variety of alternative programs. Some of these programs provide non - institutional settings, smaller class sizes, interagency services, or special curricula. They are typically targeted to students with disciplinary problems, truancy, drug offenses, or violent or unmotivated behavior. In addition, the district offers career and technical choice schools as alternatives to the traditional high school model. All of these schools are district -wide through student choice or special assignment. Table 9 lists the existing schools and programs. Table 9: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by Special School Type *Programs are located in both Naples and Immokalee ** New buildings in 2008 Charter Schools: Currently, there are two charter schools in Collier County. Marco Island Charter School serves approximately 360 middle school students and Immokolee Community School is serving 180 elementary school students. Collier County Public Schools constructed a new building for the March Island Charter School which opened in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 14 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 District School /Program Owned Program Grade Max. Facility Enrollment Beacon High School Yes Online High School Grades 9 -12 400 Career and Technology High School (III) ** at the Yes Career High School Grades 9 -12 400 Lorenzo Walker Campus Immokolee Career and ** Yes Career High School Grades 9 -12 600 Technology Campus JJJ Big Cypress Wilderness No Moderate to High Grades 7 -12 35 Institute Risk Youths Collier Juv. Detention No Juvenile Justice Grades 3 -12 50 Enhanced Assist* Yes Out -of- School Grades 6 -12 As required at Suspension 15:1 ratio New Beginnings* Yes Drop-out Prevention Grades 4 -12 90 Pace No At -Risk Girls Grades 6 -12 35 Phoenix Program* Yes In lieu of expulsion Grades 6 -12 120 Sunshine School No Adolescent Grades 1 -12 20 Psychiatric Unit Teenage Parenting Pregnant Teen / Teen 160 teen parents Program* Yes Parent Grades Vary 140 children of teen parents *Programs are located in both Naples and Immokalee ** New buildings in 2008 Charter Schools: Currently, there are two charter schools in Collier County. Marco Island Charter School serves approximately 360 middle school students and Immokolee Community School is serving 180 elementary school students. Collier County Public Schools constructed a new building for the March Island Charter School which opened in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 14 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Student Generation Rates Public School Concurrency provides coordinated planning between the Collier County Board of County Commissioners, the municipalities of Everglades City, the City of Marco Island, and the City of Naples, and the District School Board of Collier County to ensure that school capacity is available at the time of impact of residential development. Currently, the School District utilizes the Florida Department of Education's (DOE) five -year, countywide projections that are updated annually. These projections are valuable, but do not provide a breakdown of the enrollment to the individual school level. The Student Generation Rate (SGR) multipliers developed by this study will provide the level of detail which will be used to accurately project the student growth that can be anticipated from a new residential development at the time of its regulatory review. Data: Three datasets were used to calculate the student generation rates. These datasets were the October 2006 student enrollment data, parcel data from the Collier County Property Appraiser's office, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) address points as provided by the Collier County GIS department. Student Data - The student population poll used in this study is from October 2006. Among the information collected in the poll is the student's current physical address (as indicated by the student). These addresses have been geocoded (geographically matched) to the Collier County address points. The geocoding procedure results in a spatial dataset that represents one geographic point per student, based on their address. Cadastral Data - The Collier County Property Appraiser (CCPA) maintains a cadastral parcel database for Collier County. CCPA maintains the county's tax parcel information in a GIS database that is updated and released on a regular basis. The GIS parcel database used in this study was obtained from the CCPA in December 2006. The Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) Property Classification Code (commonly known as a DOR Code) is assigned at the Property Appraiser's office to each parcel in the county's database. The DOR Code represents and serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. Address Point Data - The Collier County GIS department maintains a database that contains one address point for each valid physical address within Collier County. The address point database was obtained from Collier County GIS in December 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element is Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Methodology: GIS was the business tool of choice for the analysis of student generation rates. The SGR is calculated as the number of students living in a specific housing category divided by the total number of units in the same specific housing unit type. This study examines students by their grade range and housing type. The sample size for this study is the entirety of Collier County, based on student location. The total student population used for this study was 41,502. The School District has a small population of students that do not live within the County boundary, yet attend Collier County Public Schools. These students were not included as part of this SGR analysis, as they live in other surrounding counties. Therefore, the student population used in the multiplier analysis is smaller than the total October 2006 student enrollment population as provided by the School District. The size of the dataset used in this study was large enough to offset occasional housing type assignment errors. The student data file, provided by the School District, was geocoded (geographically matched) to the Collier County address points GIS layer. The geocoding procedure results in a spatial dataset that creates one geographic point per student (similar to an X, Y location), based on their address. The geocoded student dataset does not contain information relating to housing types. The housing category data is present in the CCPA parcel database in the form of the DOR Code. In order to append this DOR Code to the student point dataset, a spatial join was performed. A spatial join is a specific type of spatial analysis whereby the attribute data from one dataset is joined to the attribute data of another dataset based on spatial location. For this study, the parcel data was spatially joined to the student point data, resulting in one GIS point file that contains both student data and housing data from the property appraiser. The DOR Code is assigned to each parcel in the county's database at the CCPA office. The DOR Code serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. The spatial join allows each parcel's unique DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database to be appended to each student point. This allows the students to be classified into one of five housing unit type categories: Single Family, Multi - Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums and Co- Operatives, and Government. cower county Public School Facilities Element 16 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The total number of each type of housing unit serves as the denominator in the SGR calculations. The CCPA parcel database does not contain data regarding the number of housing units for each parcel. However, Collier County GIS maintains a database of physical address points. This database contains one address point for every physical address regardless of the number of parcels (i.e.: a multi - family with 50 units will contain 50 separate, unique addresses). The CCPA parcel database was therefore geoprocessed to determine the number of address points that fall within each parcel. This was accomplished by way of a spatial join using the CCPA parcel database and the Collier County GIS Address Points database. This spatial join creates one GIS file that contains the count of units per parcel. Through specific GIS Structured Query Language (SQL) the housing type and student grade range can be selected from this database. Once selected, the number of units is summarized and this is what provides the denominator for the SGR calculations, for each housing type. Detail of the specific GIS SQL used to identify these housing types can be found in Appendix 1. Analysis and Results: Student data was analyzed on two levels: grade range, and housing type. A student's grade range was determined by their current grade rank. The grade ranges used are as follows: • Elementary: Pre - Kindergarten - 5th • Middle: 6th - 8th • High: 9th - 12th The housing type was obtained from the DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database, and was generalized into five unit type categories. For a more detailed description of DOR codes, please refer to Appendix 2. Since Condominiums and Cooperatives are grouped together, some clarification is warranted to distinguish the difference between the two. The difference between Condominiums and Cooperatives is that a condominium owner actually owns the unit, and owns an undivided interest in the common areas like parking lots, recreations areas, lobbies and hallways. In a Cooperative, the resident does not own any real estate. Rather, they own shares in a not- for - profit corporation. As a shareholder they are afforded the right to lease space in the building. The corporation owns the common areas. Generally, a condominium is considered real property and a cooperative is considered intangible personal property. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 17 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 There are a total of five students that fall within the Cooperative category. Additionally, the condominium category includes condo - conversion properties (previously apartments) which have occurred through August 2006. Further, categories that fall within a commercial category and all categories that contain less than 10 student points were omitted from this analysis. The housing categories are broken down by DOR Code in Table 10. Table 10: DOR Code, Student Count, and Housing Type Breakdown DOR Use Code Use Code Descrlpdon Student Count Housing Type 0 Vacant Residential 1,053 Evenly distributed among the five housing types 1 Single Family Residential 27,598 Single Family 2, Mobile Homes 1.,424 Mobile Homes 3 Multi-Family 10 units or more 4,111 Multi - Family 4 Condominium /Homeowners 3,738 Condo /Co-0 5 Coo eratives 5 Condo /Co -Op 7 Retirement Homes _ 18 Multi - Family 8 Multi-Family less than 10 units 2,329 Multi - Family 28 ,., r. Mobile Flotrie Parks 729 ; Mobile Homes 51 A ricultural 79 Single Family 52 Agricultural 18 Single Family 60 Agricultural 27 Single Family 66 Agricultural 38 Single Family 67 Agricultural 39 Single Family 69 Agricultural 55 Single Family_ 71 - -- — Institutional - -- — 23 Multi- Family 75 — _Institutional 230_ Multi-Family 79 _ Institutional 29 Multi-Family 83 Government 19 Government 86 Government 106 Government 87 Government 46 Government 88 Government 733 Government 90 Government 97 Government 94 Miscellaneous 24 Evenly distributed among the five housing s 99 Non - Agricultural Acreage 123 Single Family Table 11 displays the number of students by housing type and school type in Collier County as of October 2006. In addition to those students that are summarized in Table 11, a total of 1,053 students were assigned to a vacant parcel (DOR Code 0), 24 students were geocoded to a miscellaneous parcel. These results are due to a number of factors, including parcels that were once vacant, which now have a structure on it, or an incorrectly geocoded collier County Public School Facilities Element 18 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 student record. This issue is addressed by equitably distributing these students across the five housing types. Table 11: Students by Housing Type and School Type Table 12 below displays the housing type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 12: Dwelling Units by Type Single Family Single Family Multi- Family Mobile Homes Condo /Co- O Government Elementary 11,919 3,704 1,190 1,678 492 Middle 7,063 1,462 435 867 207 High 8,942 1,574 476 1,191 302 Total 27,924 6,740 2,101 3,736 1,001 Table 12 below displays the housing type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 12: Dwelling Units by Type Single Family Multi- Family Mobile Homes Condo /Co O Government 73,517 18,183 10,155 84,757 1 1,715 Table 13 details the resulting Student Generation Rate multiplier by unit type and school type. An explanation in the differences between the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study SGR methodology and this methodology can be found in Appendix 2. Table 13: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates To determine the student impact of a proposed residential development for school concurrency purposes, a proposed development's projected number and type of unit are converted into the number of projected students within the specific Concurrency Service Area Boundary. Based on the Student Generation Rates in Table 13, for every 100 new Collier County Public School Facilities Element lg Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Single Family Multi - Family Mobile Homes Condo /Co -Op Government Elementary 0.16 0.20 0.12 0.02 0.29 Middle 0.10 0.08 0.04 0.01 0.12 High 0.12 0.09 0.05 0.01 0.18 Total 0.38 0.37 0.21 0.04 0.59 To determine the student impact of a proposed residential development for school concurrency purposes, a proposed development's projected number and type of unit are converted into the number of projected students within the specific Concurrency Service Area Boundary. Based on the Student Generation Rates in Table 13, for every 100 new Collier County Public School Facilities Element lg Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 single - family housing units constructed in Collier County, 38 PK -12 students will be generated, but only 16 elementary school students for the School District. Because the projection of the number of students that will be generated from new residential development is critical to the school concurrency process, a student generation multiplier was created using the student population, less those students who do not live within Collier County. Consequently, the number of students associated with a development can be calculated by applying the multiplier to the development's proposed number and type of residential housing units. comer county P IDIIC Scnool Facilities Element 20 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 - S - Projected Enrollment State COFTE: Around July of each year, the Florida DOE publishes grade by grade Capital Outlay Full Time Equivalent ( COFTE) enrollment projections for every school district for the next 5 to 10 years. The State uses a standard 'cohort survival' method using five year enrollment trends. Table 14 identifies the pre -K through grade 12 DOE projected student growth through the school year 2010/11. This methodology is used nation -wide and is considered fairly reliable. Using the State's COFTE projections for concurrency planning poses several problems. First, the State's projections are based on an average of two 'head counts' - one in October and one in February. Therefore, the COFTE tends to under - project the number of high school students that show up in the fall by including winter drop -outs from the spring count. For facilities planning purposes the school district wants to insure that adequate classrooms are available for the peak fall semester and therefore prefers to use the October head count as the basis for planning. • Secondly, the State's forecast is not available until July of the upcoming year. However, using an October count, the School District is able to prepare a new forecast by January. Finally, the State's forecast does not count all of the students in the School District's buildings and includes others that are not in District -owned buildings. For example, the DOE forecast excludes students in special or alternative schools or homebound settings. The School District's enrollment for facilities planning purposes includes only students in regular schools. By contrast, the State's forecast includes only pre- kindergarten (Pre -K) students that are in special education (ESE), while the school district provides Pre -K programs for many non -ESE students. Five Year Forecast: The five year forecast is the basis for the school district's Plant Survey and Five Year Work Plan. The School District develops the data and analysis for the Work Plan in the spring for final approval by early September. Enrollment projections are prepared using the same Collier County Public School Facilities Element 21 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 standard cohort model, as the State using the State's birth projections. 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Ld O N M N n O mNOQI O mm OO�M OIm NM y C M M M M M N M N CT N M N N , m m W O m '� d U M U U O) rNMmMNTMmmmNN. -r r0�� -r °C M o M N m��Nmmm�oaoomom N T m W m O) Ol O m r h m.-mN Nmrnm OQON i- v j N N ft/ (V N N IV (V (V N IV M IV IV r (O aD OJ O tO ti- U N M M V QO T� � � L 3 o Y N s N E m E 0 C a UY •- cN 2 w Yvvvv'�oavvvv9avY n lO Y N 10 0 W 0 0 U � c7 m ad � cT � cT � c2 7 cW � c150 cN �a c�a<omY a c7Y a loo>Y a � M N C w E v w O/ L u r LL O O N O V L U D J VI rn u � Q � � I >�m C 0 Q u U o C � 0 � N N O N U 0 0 In general, enrollment increases are expected to moderate for the next five years particularly in the middle and high school age groups. Figures 4 through 6 show projected enrollment through 2011 -12. Two changes are reflected in the elementary school graph - a slight decline in 2002 with the reduction in Pre -K programs, and an increase the following year due to a higher retention of students in the third grade. This planned retention of third grade students in 2003 echoes through the system into the middle schools in 2005. Enrollment in 2005 was less than in previous years because enrollment at the middle schools declined by more than 400 students. This is the result of the 'retained' students causing a one year change in the pattern. It is not a sign of long term growth but an anomaly that will move through the system and into the high schools in 2009. t,omer county Public School Facilities Element 24 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 23000 22000 21000 20000 19000 18000 17000 16000 1 15000 14000 Figure 4: Projected Elementary School Enrollment through 2011 -12 Elementary School Forecast 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 School Year Projections Change 2006 20,433 2007 20,761 328 2008 21,159 398 2009 21,603 444 2010 22,145 542 2011 1 22,690 1 545 Figure 5: Projected Middle School Enrollment through 2011 -12 Middle School Forecast 10000 9500 9000 — -- � -- - - - - -- _ , 8000 7500._ -.. 7000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 School Year Projections Change 2006 8,997 2007 8,886 -111 2008 9,241 355 2009 9,171 -70 2010 9,292 121 2011 9,528 236 Figure 6: Projected High School Enrollment through 2011 -12 Hgh School Forecast 15000 , 14000.._.._.__.__ -- 13000 - - -- --- ---- -- 12000 i 11000 -_ - --- ----- i--- -- --- - -- -- 10000 _._.._..--------------'r---------..__.._.---- 9000 -- ----- -- ---- - --�-- 8000 - 00^ 00`i• 00"� 000. 006 006 00A 006 000 O ^O O^� ti ti ti ti ti ti ry ti ti ry ti School Year Projection Change 2006 12,633 2007 12,844 211 2008 12,772 -72 2009 13,308 536 2010 13,557 249 2011 13,830 273 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 25 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Projected Capacity Over the next five years, school enrollment is projected to grow by approximately 3,000 students. To meet this demand and address current capacity needs, the School District plans on opening four new elementary schools, two new career high schools, and constructing classroom additions at eight elementary schools and one middle school for a total of 6,472 additional seats. This will allow the District to achieve and maintain an adopted Level of Service (LOS) of 100 percent of permanent FISH capacity for high school Concurrency Service Areas (CSA), a LOS of 95 percent of permanent FISH capacity for middle school and a LOS 95 of percent of permanent FISH capacity for elementary school CSAs. The elementary and middle school CSAS are to have a lower LOS than that of the high school CSAS in order to allow those school types the opportunity to continue to provide special programs that require smaller classes. It also provides these school types additional latitude to provide the desired physical capacity and program capacity, while reducing the need for relocatable classrooms. Table 15 provides a list of the projects, capacity added, and planned opening date. Figure 7 identifies the location of property owned by the School District and the location future schools by school type, and the general location of future ancillary facilities in the county. comer County Public School Facilities Element 26 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Table 15: Proposed New Schools and Additions through 2011 -12 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 27 Data and Analysis Draft Document - November 2007 NEW SCHOOLS Planning Number Opened/ Completed Additional / New capacity Elementary Schools Calusa Park Area G 2008 909 Golden Gate Area J 2008 909 Immokalee K 2008 792 Golden Gate Area North L 2008 909 Parkside M 2007 909 Veterans Memorial 1 2007 786 Middle Schools Cypress Palm EE 2007 1132 Hioh Schools Lorenzo Walker Career HS III 2008 440 Immokalee Career Center 111 2008 600 Subtotal New Schools: 7,386 ADDITIONS School Additions Completed Additional Capacity Avalon ES 2009 150 Calusa Park ES 2008 178 Estates ES 2008 186 Highlands ES 2007 365 Lake Trafford ES 2007 17 Pinecrest ES 2007 97 Shadowlawn ES 2011 76 Tommie Barfield ES 2010 188 Village Oaks ES 2007 119 Golden Gate MS 2008 286 Subtotal Additions: 1,662 Total All New School and Addition Projects: 9,048 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 27 Data and Analysis Draft Document - November 2007 10 and 20 Year Forecast The first five years of the School District's enrollment forecast are based on a standard cohort survivor model modified to reflect housing and program trends. This method is reliable for three to five years of enrollment projections. However, it is not sufficient to forecast many years into the future. As the forecast attempts to predict housing development, population growth, and educational policy for 10 and 20 years, it is better to look beyond individual schools and to use County -level trends in population projections and zoning and land use capacity. The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department has developed population projections by planning community through the year 2029. These projections were used as the basis for development of the District's 10- and 20 -year enrollment projections. Between 2000 and 2005 the overall population grew by 21 percent from 257,926 to 326,605. In 2000, the 33,876 students enrolled in Collier County's schools represented just over 13 percent (13.1 %) of the County's overall population. While PK -12 enrollment in Collier County schools grew by 19 percent between 2000 and 2005, the portion of the overall population it represented declined slightly to just under 13 percent (12.8 %). This percentage is projected to continue declining over the next 20 years as the county, and nation as a whole, grows older. Although the percentage of the population that student enrollment represents is expected to continue declining, enrollment in Collier County schools is expected to moderately increase over the next 20 years. As of October 2006, the School District had 43,397 students in grades pre- kindergarten through 12th grade. By 2017 this number is projected to grow by approximately 24 percent to over 55,900 students. Between 2017 and 2027 enrollment is projected to increase to nearly 73,700 students. This updated forecast shows a decrease in the rate of growth and 9,500 fewer students over the next 20 years when compared to last year's 20 -year enrollment projections. Tables 16 thorough 19 below provide a summary of the anticipated long range student enrollment and capacity needs for the School District. comer county Public School Facilities Element 29 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 16: 10 -Year School District Enrollment Forecast Table 17: 30 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Planning Area School Type Location planned Capacity Additional Total Existing and Additional # District FY 2017118 Existing planned planned projected Schools Totals 2017 Capacity Rural Estates Planning Community 1,957 2012 02 Urban Estates Planning Community Enrollment 2016 Through Through Through -2017 Elementary 2011 2012 2017 9 Elementary 27,543 18,712 7,083 25,795 1,818 2 Middle 11,656 9,618 1,418 11,036 1,132 1 High 16,788 13,822 0 13,822 3,844 2 Total 55,987 43,266 8,501 50,653 6,794 5 Table 17: 30 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Planning Area School Type Location planned Capacity Approximate Year Elementary "O" South Naples Planning Community 909 2012 Elementary "Q" Ave Maria Community 909 2012 Middle "GG" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,258 2017 High "EEE" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,957 2012 High "GGG" Urban Estates Planning Community 1,957 2016 Total 1 1 6,990 2017 Table 18: 20 -Year School District Enrollment Forecast Collier County Public School Facilities Element 30 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Total Additional FY 2027/28 Existing and planned #Schools District Projected Planned Capacity FY2017- Totals Enrollment Capacity Through 2027 Through 2027 2017 Elementary 36,244 27,613 8,631 9 Middle 15,338 12,168 3,170 3 High 22,092 17,666 4,426 2 Total 73,674 57,447 16,227 14 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 30 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 19: 20 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Planning Area School Type Location planned Capacity Approximate Year Elementary "P" Rural Estates Planning Community 909 2019 Elementary "S" Royal Fakapalm Planning Community 909 2020 Elementary "T" Urban Estates Planning Community 909 2022 Elementary "U" Corkscrew Planning Community 909 2018 Elements W" Royal Fakapalm Planning Community 909 2024 Elementary "X" Rural Estates Planning Community 909 2025 Elementary "Y" Corkscrew Planning Community 909 2023 Elementary "Z" Urban Estates Planning Community 909 2026 Elementary "A" Royal Fakapalm Planning Community 909 2027 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 Middle "DD" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,258 2021 Middle "II" Corkscrew Planning Community 1,258 2024 Middle 'W" South Naples Planning Community 1,258 High "HHH" Corkscrew Planning Community 1,957 High "DDD" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,957 16 Classroom Addition TBD High School 400 8 Classroom Addition TBD High School 200 Total 16,949 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 31 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 19-TI 1 School Concurrency Service Areas (CSA) are the geographic areas in which the level of service (LOS) standard is measured for each school type when an application for residential development is reviewed for school concurrency purposes. A fundamental requirement of school concurrency is the establishment of these areas. This includes the option to establish a district -wide (the entire County) CSA, or less than district -wide (smaller geographic areas) CSAs. These CSAs are used to determine whether adequate capacity is available to accommodate new students generated from residential development for a school type; i.e., elementary, middle, and high schools. The legislature allows school concurrency to be applied district -wide initially, but requires that it be applied on a less than district -wide basis within five years of adoption (Chapter 163.3180(13)(c)1, FS). When applying school concurrency on a less than district -wide basis, the school district is required to maximize utilization of their schools and to apply "adjacency" for available capacity when reviewing residential development. Maximizing utilization requires the School District to evaluate school enrollment and attempt to balance the enrollment by shifting children from a CSA that is over its adopted LOS standard to a CSA that is under the LOS capacity to the greatest extent possible. When capacity is not available within a CSA at the adopted LOS of the school type, new residential development can take into consideration capacity in the adjacent CSA of the directly impacted service area (adjacency). School Concurrency Service Areas for Collier County Currently, the School District, the County and the participating local governments have decided to use less than district -wide CSAs. This form of CSA allows the review for available capacity to occur at the schools most likely to be impacted by the new residential development. If available capacity is not present, the adjacent CSAs will be analyzed for capacity. The CSAs were created using GIS, based on Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ) for Collier County. A description of the methodology used to create the CSAs can be found in Appendix 3. There are a total of 32 CSAs for Collier County Public Schools: 15 Elementary School CSAs, 8 Middle School CSAs, and 8 High School CSAs. The individual TAZ numbers that were merged to create each CSA boundary are summarized in Tables 20 through 22. The Collier County Public School Facilities Element 32 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Elementary, Middle, and High School Concurrency Service Area maps are referenced as Figures 8 through Figure 10. In addition to the District - operated schools with defined attendance boundaries, Collier County contains several schools of choice. These include District - operated schools that enroll only those students who apply for admission, as well as charter schools not operated by the District. One example of the latter is Marco Island Charter Middle School. This school is not currently included in a CSA, but at such time as the utilization in the M2 - Southwest Area CSA is affected by residential development, the utilization of the Charter school would be taken into consideration. Currently, Marco Island Charter serves as a middle school for attendance by Marco Island Middle School students only, with no District transportation provided. With the projected residential growth in the M2 CSA anticipated for the mainland, eventually impacting Manatee Middle School and the CSA's LOS, an evaluation of the Charter school's enrollment and projected growth at that time may be factors in determining the necessity of its inclusion into the CSA. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 33 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 20: Elementary School CSA breakdown CSA /D CSA Name TAZ E1 Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 E2 Southwest South CSA 306 -313, 317 -334, 337 -340, 343 -346 E3 Southwest North CSA 233, 244, 246, 247, 249, 277, 278, 280, 287- 298,301- 305,314,355 -362 E4 Golden Gate Area CSA 196 -211, 245, 248, 251 -257, 264 -266 112, 117, 118, 120, 122, 157 -160, 170, E5 Naples Area CSA 171, 175 -179, 181 -183, 185 -187, 189, 191,195 1 -24, 27 -34, 45 -48, 51, 56 -58, 61, 64 -70, E6 Northwest Area CSA 119, 121, 123, 124, 151 -156, 166 -169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 250, 258 -263, 267, 270 -276, 279, 281 -284 37 -44, 52, 53, 73 -84, 91, 93, 102 -109, E7 Northwest Area CSA 113-116,125-144, 147, 148, 162 -165, 172 E8 Northwest Area CSA 85 -90, 92, 94 -101, 161, 180, 184, 188, 190, 219, 220, 365 -377 E9 Northwest Area CSA 212-215, 217, 218, 221 -225, 227 -232, 234 -241, 391, 393 E10 North Central Area CSA 216, 387, 389, 390, 392, 394 -403 Ell Immokalee Area CSA 417 -422, 426, 427, 430 -436 E12 Immokalee ES2 CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 -413, 416, 425, 428, 429 E13 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 386 E14 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 353,354 E15 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 347, 348, 352, 378 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 34 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 21: Middle School CSA breakdown CSA /D CSA Name TAZ Mt Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 1 -24, 27 -34, 37 -48, 51 -53, 56 -58, 61, 64- 70, 119, 121, 123, 124, 147, 151 -156, M2 Southwest Area CSA 166 -169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 230, 233, 244 -267, 270 -284, 287 -298, 301 -314, 317 - 334,337- 340,343- 346,355 -362 M3 North Central CSA 196 -217, 222 -225, 227 -229, 234 -237, 239, 387, 389 -402 H3 North Central CSA 73 -109, 112 -118, 120, 122, 125 -144, M4 Northwest CSA 148, 157 -165, 170 -172, 175 -191, 195,218 -221, 231, 232, 238, 240, 241, H4 Northwest CSA 365 -377, 403 M5 Immokalee CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 413, 416 -422, 425- _ Immokalee CSA 436 M6 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 386 M7 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 353, 354 _M8 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 347, 348, 352, 378 Table 22: High School CSA breakdown CSA /D CSA Name TAZ H1 Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 1 -24, 27 -34, 37 -48, 51 -53, 56 -58, 61, 64- 70, 119, 121, 123, 124, 147, 148, 151- 72 Southwest CSA 156,166-169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 246- 250, 255 -263, 265 -267, 270 -284, 287- 298, 301 -314, 317 -334, 337 -340, 343- 346, 355 -357, 361, 362 196 -217, 222 -225, 227 -230, 233 -237, H3 North Central CSA 239, 244, 245, 251 -254, 264, 358 -360, 387, 389 -403 73 -109, 112 -118, 120, 122, 125 -144, H4 Northwest CSA 157 -165, 170 -172, 175 -191, 195, 218- 221, 231, 232, 238, 240, 241, 365 -377 H5 Immokalee CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 -413, 416 -422, 425- 436 H6 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 386 H7 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 353, 354 H8 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 347, 348, 352, 378 t-omer t-oun[y FUDIIC school Facilities Element 35 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Level of Service The level of service (LOS) standards, which are adopted in the Interlocal Agreement (ILA) as well as in the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) and Capital Improvements Element (CIE), are used to establish maximum permissible school utilization relative to the total capacity within a CSA. An essential component of determining the LOS standard for the geographic areas of the CSAs is the School District's ability to adopt a financially feasible capital program that can achieve and maintain the LOS standard by school type for each CSA. The school concurrency program's LOS standards balance the School District's ability to finance a capital program with its ability to achieve and maintain the adopted LOS for public schools. The establishment of a LOS standard ensures that new or expanded school facilities are built in time to accommodate students generated from new residential developments. If the capacity does not exist to support the students generated by the new development, both the new students and the schools are burdened with overcrowding issues. The Florida Legislature recognizes that an essential requirement for a concurrency system is the LOS standard at which a CSA is expected to operate. The new language established in Chapter 163.3177(12)(c), F.S. requires that the public school facilities element be "based upon data and analysis that address, among other things, how the LOS standards will be achieved and maintained." The ability to achieve and maintain the LOS must be based on a financially feasible Five -Year Capital Plan, adopted annually by the School Board as prescribed in Chapter 163.3180(13)(d)(1), F.S. The LOS standards will be adopted into the CIE of the local governments' comprehensive plans and must apply district -wide for the CSAs of all schools of the same type (elementary, middle, and high) as required in Chapter 163.3180 (13)(b)(3), F.S.. School Level of Service for Collier County The LOS standards for Collier County will be 100 percent of the permanent FISH capacity for high school CSAs and a LOS of 95 percent of the permanent FISH capacity for middle school CSAs and elementary school CSAs. Based on the School District's financially feasible Five - Year Capital Plan, there will be no CSAs which exceed the LOS standards in Collier County at the end of the five year planning period. Due to the School District's ability to achieve and maintain a LOS of no more than 100 percent for high schools and 95 percent for elementary and middle schools, there is no need to establish a tiered LOS at this time, or to isolate certain overcapacity schools in long -term management program. Tables 23 -1 through 23- Collier County Public School Facilities Element 39 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 20 identify the schools located in each CSA, their existing capacity, their current enrollment and their projected enrollment for the current five -year planning period. In addition, the tables identify the solutions (new schools, additions, etc.) which will be used to maintain the adopted LOS standard. 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The School District will look for opportunities to co- locate and share use of school facilities and civic facilities when preparing the Educational Plant Survey. Likewise, co- location and shared use opportunities will be considered by the local governments when preparing the updates to their Comprehensive Plan, Schedule of Capital Improvements and when planning and designing new, or renovating existing, community facilities which may be compatible with schools. For example, opportunities for co- location and shared use will be considered for libraries, parks, recreation facilities, community centers, auditoriums, learning centers, museums, performing arts centers, and stadiums. Coordinated planning for co- location and joint use will result in capital savings for the School District and Local Governments and create community focal points. Co- location and shared use of facilities are important tools in budgeting and community building for the School District and Local Governments. Collier County is 2,025 square miles in area, and includes the cities of Naples, Marco Island and Everglades City. Most of the county's land area is inland and some distance from the Gulf of Mexico. The Collier County Parks and Recreation Department plays a key role in providing water and beach access, as well as providing alternative, land -based activities. Through the State's coordinated planning requirements for school concurrency, Local Governments and the School District are directed to recognize the benefits and opportunities realized through the sharing of facilities and costs to the greatest extent possible. The School District would benefit from joint use of parks in the vicinity of public schools, due largely to the Collier County Parks and Recreation Department's dedication to promoting health and wellness, alternative leisure activities, community involvement through sports and special events for County residents. Figure 11 displays locations of current and proposed school locations, as well as parcels of County -owned land and locations of County facilities. A number of proposed school locations are located adjacent to parcels owned by the County, including the Future "R" Elementary, Future "JJ" Middle, Future "EEE" High, Future "GGG" High, and Future "BY' High Schools. For appropriate County properties that are not already programmed, these adjacencies could provide the opportunity for co- location of County and School District facilities for the purpose of enhancing the quality of life for area residents and students. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 42 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The East Naples Community Park refurbishments, soccer field and center expansion, may create an opportunity to establish a relationship with the School District for mutual use in exchange for use of schools for community meeting purposes. The planning of Manatee Community Park is in Phase I of its development, with construction time still to be determined. This park, as well as the large regional parks in Collier County including Orangetree Regional Park and North Collier Regional Park, may provide coordination opportunities with the School District. The North Collier Regional Park's Exhibit Hall currently provides learning opportunities for students, and the softball and basketball courts at Max A. Hasse Jr. Community Park provide centrally located recreation opportunities to several sections of Collier County, including Golden Gate Estates and the rural North Naples areas. Co- location is intended to provide efficient use of existing infrastructure and discourage sprawl. Identification early in a budget cycle and coordination among agencies will promote successful and effectively utilized public facilities. The School District and the County Department of Parks and Recreation currently maintain negotiated shared -use agreements as part of existing co- location efforts. Each agreement, and the stipulations contained therein, are site - specific and are situationally dependent. Cost effective co- location or joint use of School District or Local Government -owned property could provide substantial savings for existing and future public facilities. The model of cooperation that exists between the School District and County Department of Parks and Recreation could act as the model for coordination between the School District and other entities, including special districts. Opportunities for co- location and joint use should be explored with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board ( PARAB) and the School District. The PARAB provides guidance and community input for the Parks and Recreation Department. As residential development proceeds in different areas of the County, opportunities for co- location and joint use should be incorporated into the planning of public facilities to serve the local communities. Mutual Use Agreements For each instance of co- location and shared use, the School Board and Local Government shall enter into a separate mutual use agreement addressing legal liability, operating and maintenance costs, scheduling of use, facility supervision and any other issues that may arise from co- location and joint use. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 43 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 School District Capital Improvements and Revenue Sources School District Capital Improvements The School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is the foundation of an annual planning process that allows the School District to effectively address changing enrollment patterns, development, and growth. It is updated and adopted each year, and provides details of district -wide capital improvement needs, funding availability and a proposed schedule for addressing the improvements. Identified in the CIP are proposed projects that are needed to address existing and future projected capacity needs. The School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Program is an expansion and reformatting of the State's required 5 -Year Work Plan. The goal of the CIP is to encourage community support and understanding, and ultimately to assure public accountability. With the passage of Senate Bill 360 in 2005, local governments are now required to annually adopt the School District's CIP into the CIE of their respective comprehensive plans. Therefore, the School District's capital improvements must be supported by a financially feasible plan, and formally adopted by the School Board each year. The CIP serves as this required financially feasible plan and demonstrates how the School District will achieve and maintain the adopted LOS for schools. Table 24 is a comprehensive summary of the School District's planned capital improvement program along with projected expenditures and revenue over the five -year planning period, as tentatively adopted by the Collier County School Board in April 2007. It provides the estimated cost of addressing the School District's capital construction program to ensure the availability of permanent classrooms for a five year projected Pre -K through 12 student enrollment. It also provides the estimated cost of addressing site acquisition, health and safety items, educational technology, equipment and ancillary facility needs, and other capital expenditures, by year, for the five -year planning period. 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They utilize a variety of State and local revenue sources to provide for the capital needs of the School District. Local funding sources include millage (maximum 2 -mil local property tax), school impact fees, Certificates of Participation (COPS do not require voter approval), short term loans, and voter- approved General Obligation Bonds and sales tax revenue (usually one -half to one cent increase for specific projects). In addition to the local funding sources, the School District seeks the maximum available state funding provided through Public Education and Capital Outlay (PECO) funds and other state revenue sources such as Capital Outlay and Debt Service (CO & DS) and Class Size Reduction (CSR) appropriations. State capital outlay funding sources are derived from motor vehicle license tax revenue Capital Outlay and Debt Service (CO & DS), and gross receipts tax revenue from utilities Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO) funds. In addition, the recent mandate for smaller class sizes has made additional state funding available. However, state funds represent less than 10 percent of the School District's capital needs. The School District has the legal authority to utilize up to 1.5 mils of the 2.0 capital tax to fund the debt service or Certificates of Participation (COPs) issues. It anticipates future borrowing of $168,300,000 over the next five years to provide adequate facilities for anticipated growth. Table 25 is a summary of estimated revenue sources and estimated annual revenue for the next five years. In general, funding available from state and local sources (including the issuance of long- term debt and the continuation of school impact fees) are sufficient to finance the School District's capital improvement program. 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N M1 •1' � (O �Cf M [V O m M •1' M m M pa b Cp s N CO � LL m c a m A o E Im 1 4C u u U W t tll •� b � � E m tr of � C to S� Q Q a t c y J w ep (%! c v E v w v y u LL O O O N O N L �n V O In Ol V � Q � N I a � � u ry N C J Q J O � O V � L m � � Y � O IO L U cl 0 Supporting Infrastructure Needs and School Planning Shared Costs By coordinating the planning of future schools with affected local governments, the School District can better identify the costs associated with site selection and the construction of new schools. Coordinated planning requires the School District to coordinate school planning with the representatives from various government agencies. The affected jurisdiction may coordinate with School District staff to perform its own technical review of the site. This analysis permits the School District and affected local governments to jointly determine the need for and timing of on -site and off -site improvements necessary to support each new school. The School District's projected student growth requires the School Board to obtain land for future use when it is available, at a reasonable cost. Collier County is undergoing significant infrastructure development and analyzing the infrastructure needs for planned school sites as necessary. With this process, shared funding for capital improvements for school sites can be determined according to the responsibility of each party for each specific school site. Necessary infrastructure coordination may include: potable water lines, sewer lines, drainage systems, roadways including turn lanes, traffic signalization and signage, site lighting, bus stops, and sidewalks. These improvements are to be assessed on a school -by- school basis. As the need for new schools is identified, improvements will be assessed at the earliest point in the school planning process as possible. Approval conditions can cover the timing and responsibility for construction, as well as the operation and maintenance of required on -site and off -site improvements. Any such improvements should be in keeping with the financially feasible capital plan adopted by the School Board. Other cost - effective measures should be considered by local governments during the process of formulating neighborhood plans and programs and reviewing large residential projects. During those processes, the County and the Cities can encourage developers or property owners to provide the School District with incentives to build schools in their neighborhoods. These incentives may include, but are not limited to, donation and preparation of site(s), acceptance of stormwater run -off from future school facilities into development project stormwater management systems, reservation or sale of school sites at pre - development prices, construction of new school facilities or renovation of existing school facilities, and provision of transportation alternatives. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 52 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 School District Capital Improvements Summary Florida law requires that the PSFE of a local government comprehensive plan address how the LOS standards will be achieved and maintained. The ability to achieve and maintain the adopted LOS must be based on a school district's financially feasible Five -Year Capital Facilities Plan. The School District continuously reviews its capital needs, via the District School Board of Collier County Capital Improvements Plan, on a long term basis. Furthermore, the law requires that the public school LOS standards be adopted into local government capital improvement element, and must apply to all schools of the same type (elementary, middle, and high). The District School Board of Collier County Capital Improvements Plan, as developed for the CSA as proposed, will achieve and maintain the adopted LOS in each CSA for the five year period. The School District's Five -Year Capital Facilities Plan is required to be financially feasible which will correct any existing deficiencies to attain the adopted LOS, and maximize school utilization. Capacity is added in accordance with the annually adopted financially feasible Five -Year Capital Plan. The adopted LOS standard, the level of will not be exceeded in each CSA for the five year period with the continued coordinated planning of school facilities. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 53 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 APPENDICIES Collier County Public School Facilities Element 54 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 ! = 7 Specific GIS SQL statements used in the identification of the five housing types can be found below. Furthermore, "School Type" = Elementary, Middle, or High can be appended to the beginning of these statements to isolate just the housing types for the Elementary, Middle, or High School students only. Please note that depending on whether the final GIS file is a shape file or a personal geo- database feature class, the double quotation marks (" ") will need to be replaced with single quotation marks (' '), and the parenthesis (( )) will need to be replaced with brackets ([ 1). Single Family: ("USE—CODE" = 1 OR "USE—CODE" = 51 OR "USE—CODE" = 52 OR "USE _CODE" = 60 OR "USE CODE" = 61 OR "USE CODE" = 66 OR "USE CODE" = 67 OR "USE CODE" = 69 OR "USE—CODE" = 99) Multi Family: ("USE—CODE" = 3 OR "USE—CODE" = 6 OR "USE—CODE" = 7 OR "USE_CODE" =8 OR "USE—CODE" =71 OR "USE—CODE" =75 OR "USE—CODE" =79) Mobile Home: ("USE—CODE" = 2 OR "USE—CODE" = 28) Condo /Co -Op: ( "USE_CODE" = 4 OR "USE—CODE" = 5) Government: ("USE—CODE" = 83 OR "USE_CODE" = 84 OR "USE—CODE" = 85 OR "USE—CODE" = 86 OR "USE—CODE" = 87 OR "USE—CODE" = 88 OR "USE—CODE" = 90) Collier County Public School Facilities Element 55 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 The following is a comparison of the methodologies used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report and the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study. The description presents student generation rates (SGRs) that would have been produced from the data used in this report, had the methodology in the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study been used. The 2006 update to the Collier County Impact Fee Study, prepared by Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc., contains a simplified version of the SGR analysis used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This simplified version is based on only three housing categories: Single Family, Multi - Family, and Mobile Homes. The Tindale- Oliver and Associates study utilized square footage for single family residences, which created three separate categories and single family residential SGRs. When those three categories of single family SGRs are averaged, the result is a Single Family SGR of 0.38. Additionally, the Tindale- Oliver study methodology resulted in a SGR for Multi - Family of 0.12, and a SGR for Mobile Homes of 0.21. The methodology in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report utilized student - specific data, current as of the October 2006 FTE count. The Florida Department of Revenue tax code (DOR Code) was assigned to each parcel in the County's database at the Collier County Property Appraiser (CCPA) Office. The DOR Code serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. By utilizing the DOR tax code as a housing type identifier, a residence could be assigned any one of nine different housing categories (DOR Codes 1 -9 are different types of residential units). For this Data and Analysis report a total of five categories were selected: Single Family, Multi - Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums /Co- Operatives, and Government. Utilizing Geographic Information Systems, a spatial join of the data allowed each parcel's unique DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database to be appended to each student point. This further allowed each student to be classified into one of five housing unit categories: Single Family, Multi - Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums and Cc- Operatives, and Government. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 56 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The methodology used in the Tindale- Oliver impact fee study, however, does not differentiate between multi - family units, condominiums (condominiums can be considered a multi - family residence), or government housing units. Utilizing the impact fee study's methodology, the student counts for Multi - Family, Condo /Co -Op, and Government were summed. This resulted in a "multi- family" count of 11,477 students. The process was then repeated for the number of units for those same housing types, for a result of a total of 104,655 "multi- family" units. The SGR figures that resulted from the use of this methodology on the data used in the Data and Analysis report are shown in the table below. The data used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report, when the five categories are combined down into three housing categories, results in SGRs similar to those of the Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc. Impact Fee Study (compare to Table 13: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates). Most importantly, the two methodologies' results follow a similar high -low trend in their resulting SGRs, in which Single Family classifications have the highest SGRs, followed by Mobile Homes, and then Multi- Family classifications. The difference between the two methodologies is in the detail that is represented in the Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This is due to the specificity of the DOR Code, and particularly through separating out the Condo category, which has a very high number of units in relationship to the number of students. It is essentially the same methodology, but when the data is separated into greater detail, the numbers change. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 57 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Single Family Multi - Family Mobile Homes Elementary 0.16 0.06 0.12 Middle 0.10 0.03 0.04 High 0.12 0.03 0.05 Total 0.38 0.12 0.21 The data used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report, when the five categories are combined down into three housing categories, results in SGRs similar to those of the Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc. Impact Fee Study (compare to Table 13: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates). Most importantly, the two methodologies' results follow a similar high -low trend in their resulting SGRs, in which Single Family classifications have the highest SGRs, followed by Mobile Homes, and then Multi- Family classifications. The difference between the two methodologies is in the detail that is represented in the Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This is due to the specificity of the DOR Code, and particularly through separating out the Condo category, which has a very high number of units in relationship to the number of students. It is essentially the same methodology, but when the data is separated into greater detail, the numbers change. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 57 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The following steps were used to create the boundaries of the CSAs for school concurrency (Figures 8, 9, and 10). The progression of this process is shown on the succeeding pages, using maps of CSA E5 as the example. 1) Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs) boundary data obtained from Collier County GIS was used as the basis for creating the individual CSAs for each school type (elementary, middle, and high). TAZs provide a good base for defining CSAs, because they provide a geography commonly used for analytical and planning purposes, and contain population information. 2 and 3) Based on staff determinations, each individual TAZ was grouped and assigned a CSA value. The groupings were designed to closely match, but not replicate, individual school boundaries. Although individual school boundaries are based on TAZ geography, exact matches between TAZ groupings and individual school boundaries do not occur. This is primarily because a CSA may contain more than one school. Additionally, school boundaries change over time, and a match between school boundaries and TAZs in the present may not occur in the future. The grouping process was repeated separately for each school type. 4) The grouped TAZs were dissolved into a single shape, creating a single CSA based on TAZ boundaries. The individual TAZs represented in each CSA boundary, according to school type, are listed in Tables 20, 21, and 22 of this document. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 58 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Attendance Boundary Maps Collier County Public School Facilities Element 63 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONES EFFECTIVE 2007 -2008 IIMMOKALEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONE EFFECTIVE 2007 -2008 R 28E _. R29F O HIGHLANDS LAKE TRAFFORD ® PINECREST O VILLAGE OAKS u LJ ^ FWPIMo as oz os oa osM 1 C4� T <6 5 T 5 r, J Tl k /ell �lg!... �1 r i s "T ien x 7� , u LJ ^ FWPIMo as oz os oa osM 1 C4� T <6 5 T 5 MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONES EFFECTIVE 2007 -2008 HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONES EFFECTIVE 2007 -20081 R 25E _- _. R sE -._ __. R3]. -- — R]sE ® e xosrt nY ±µii'rwu..ww.s.nrr..a..n. �srrki Srhoo� — vieouxn �;IN�it / \ 2 a �IIIIII I U- ® 005 i i6z Milxs T ST T s T 8 T s T T 51 s EXHIBIT A COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT Prepared By Collier County Planning Services Department Comprehensive Planning Section Prepared for COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS October, 1997 SYMBOL DATE AMENDED (1) February 23, 1999 (II) May 9, 2000 (III) November 19, 2002 (IV) September 10, 2003 (V) December 16, 2003 (VI) October 26, 2004 (VII) June 7, 2005 ORDINANCE NO. Ordinance No. 99 -14 Ordinance No. 2000 -31 Ordinance No. 2002 -60 Ordinance No. 2003 -44 Ordinance No. 2003 -67 Ordinance No. 2004 -71 Ordinance No. 2005 -25 Indicates adopted portion Note: the support document will be updated as current information becomes available. (VII) = Plan Amendment adopted on June 7, 2005 by Ordinance No. 2005 -25 Words underlined are added; words skaslkikreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I• INTRODUCTION CIE -1 If. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES CIE-2 *III. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: Roads Projects CIE —14 -17 Parks Projects CIE — 18 Storm -water Projects CIE —19 Water Projects CIE — 20 Solid -waste Projects CIE — 21 Sewer Projects CIE — 22 Library Buildings Projects CIE — 23 EMS Projects CIE — 24 Jail Projects CIE -25 * IV. COST AND REVENUES CIE — 26 -27 * V. PROGRAMS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION CIE — 28 -29 VI. ANALYSIS (Support Documents) Public Facility Requirements Appendix A Capital Improvements Projects Appendix B Capital Improvement Financing Capacity Appendix C Collier County School Board Appendix D Capital Improvement Program Timing & Location of Capital Appendix E Improvements: Current Local Practices Financing Plan Appendix F Collier County Fifth Annual Update & Inventory Appendix G Report (AUIR) on Public Facilities Adopted portions Words underlined are added; words stwak4hr%o are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 1. INTRODUCTION In 1985 and 1986 the Florida Legislature significantly strengthened the requirements for county and city comprehensive plans. One of the provisions of the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act is the requirement that the comprehensive plan must contain a Capital Improvement Element to "... consider the needs for and location of public facilities ..." (Section 163.3177(3), Florida Statutes). The Capital Improvement Element (CIE) must identify public facilities that will be required during the next five years, including the cost of the facilities, and the sources of revenue that will be used to fund the facilities. One of the specific requirements of the legislation states that the public facilities that are contained in the CIE must be based on "standards to ensure the availability of public facilities and the adequacy of those facilities including acceptable levels of service." The administrative regulation that implements the statutes defines the phrase 'level of service" as "... an indicator of the extent or degree of service provided by ... a facility based on and related to the operational characteristics of the facility. Level of service shall indicate the capacity per unit of demand for each public facility." (Section 9J -5.003 (41), Florida Administrative Code). CIE — 1 Words underlined are added; words strask through are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES GOAL 1: TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES CONCURRENT WITH NEW DEVELOPMENT IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN OR EXCEED ADOPTED STANDARDS FOR LEVELS OF SERVICE. OBJECTIVE 1.1: Identify and define types of public facilities , establish standards for levels of service for each such public facility, and determine what quantity of additional public facilities are needed in order to achieve and maintain the standards. Policy 1.1.1: The County shall establish standards for levels of service for two categories of public facilities, as follows: Category A public facilities are facilities which appear in other elements of this comprehensive plan, including arterial and collector roads, surface water management systems, potable water systems, sanitary sewer systems, solid waste disposal facilities, and parks and recreation facilities and public school facilities. The standards for levels of service of Category A County provided public facilities shall apply to development orders issued by the County and to the County's annual budget, and to the appropriate individual element of this Comprehensive Plan. The standards for levels of service of Category A facilities which are not County provided shall apply to development orders issued by the County and to the appropriate individual element of this Comprehensive Plan, but shall not apply to the County's annual budget. Category B public facilities are facilities for the County's library, jail, and emergency medical services. The standards for levels of service of Category B public facilities shall apply to the County's annual budget, but not apply to development orders issued by the County. Public facilities shall include land, structures, the initial furnishings and equipment (including ambulances, fire apparatus, and library collection materials), design, permitting, and construction costs. Other "capital" costs, such as motor vehicles and motorized equipment, computers and office equipment, office furnishings, and small tools are considered in the County's annual budget, but such items are not "public facilities" for the purposes of the Growth Management Plan, or the issuance of development orders. (111) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE— 2 Words underlined are added; words stwsk thMugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Policy 1.1.2: The quantity of public facilities that is needed to eliminate existing deficiencies and to meet the needs of future growth shall be determined for each public facility by the following calculation: Q= (SxD) -I. Where Q is the quantity of public facility needed, S is the standard for level of service, D is the demand, such as the population, and I is the inventory of existing facilities. A. The calculation will be used for existing demand in order to determine existing deficiencies. The calculation will be used for projected demand in order to determine needs of future growth. The estimates of projected demand will account for demand that is likely to occur from previously issued development orders as well as future growth. (II)(III)(Iv)(VI) B. The County Commission will review all rezone requests, SRA designation applications, conditional use petitions, and proposed amendments to the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) affecting the overall County -Wide density or intensity of permissible development with consideration of their impact on both the variable "D" in the formula Q = (S x D) - I, and the overall roadway system. The County Commission shall not approve any such rezone request, SRA designation, conditional use petition, or FLUE amendment, that significantly impacts either: (1) a deficient roadway segment or; (2) the BEBR high range growth rate population projections through the five years of the annually updated Capital Improvement Plan, on a continuously rolling basis, and then 95% of the BEBR high range growth rate thereafter, for the variable 'D ", unless one of the following simultaneously occurs: (VI) 1. Specific mitigating stipulations are approved in conjunction with the rezone or SRA designation resolution, conditional use petition, or FLUE amendment, to restore or maintain the Level of Service on the impacted roadway segment; (II) 2. The adopted population standard used for calculation of "Q" in the formula Q = (S x D) — I is amended based on appropriate data and analysis; (VI) 3. The Schedule of Capital Improvements is updated to include any necessary projects that would support the additional public facility demand(s) created by the rezone, SRA designation resolution, conditional use petition, or amendment to the Future Land Use Element. (III)(VI) C. Significant impact is hereby defined for Section B of this Policy as generating potential for increased County -Wide population greater than 3% of the population projections for Parks, Solid Waste, Water, Sewer and Drainage facilities, or as generating a volume of traffic equal to or greater than 3 %of the adopted LOS standard service volume of an impacted roadway. (VI) = Plan Amendment adopted on October 26, 2004 by Ordinance No. 2004 -71 CIE— 3 Words underlined are added; words 6tRJGk4hF9u0 are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) D. There are three circumstances in which the standards for levels of service are not the exclusive determinant of need for a public facility: (11) (111) 2. 3. Calculated needs for public facilities in coastal high hazard areas are subject to all limits and conditions in the Conservation and Coastal Management and Future Land Use Elements of this Growth Management Plan. Replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, and repair, remodeling and renovation, will be determined by the Board of County Commissioners upon the recommendation of the County Manager. Public facilities that provide levels of service in excess of the standards adopted in this Growth Management Plan may be constructed or acquired at any time as lone as the following conditions are met: a. the facility does not make financially unfeasible any public facility of the same type that is needed to achieve or maintain the standards for levels of service adopted in this Growth Management Plan, and b. the facility does not contradict, limit or substantially change the goals, objectives and policies of any element of this Growth Management Plan. Any public facility that is determined to be needed as a result of any of the factors listed in Section B and D of this Policy shall be included in the regular Schedule of Capital Improvements contained in this Capital Improvement Element. All capital improvement projects for such public facilities shall be approved in the same manner as the projects that are identified according to the quantitative analysis described in Section A of this policy. Policy 1.1.3: The determination of location of improvements to expand public facilities will take into consideration the projected growth patterns as identified in the County's annual population projections. Where applicable, public facility improvements will be coordinated with the capital facility plans of any other governmental entity providing public facilities within Collier County. Policy 1.1.4: Public facility improvements within a category are to be considered in the following order or priority: A. Replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, including repair, remodeling and renovation of facilities that contribute to achieving or maintaining levels of service. B. New facilities that reduce or eliminate existing deficiencies in levels of service. C. New facilities that provide the adopted levels of service for new growth during the next five fiscal years, as updated by the annual review of the Capital Improvement Element. In the event that the planned capacity of public facilities is insufficient to serve all applicants for development orders, the capital improvements will be scheduled in the following priority order to serve: (111) 1. previously approved development orders permitting redevelopment, (111)2. previously approved development orders permitting new development, (111)3. new development orders permitting redevelopment, and (111) 4. new development orders permitting new developments. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE — 4 Words underlined are added; words skUGIHpreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) D. Improvements to existing facilities, and new facilities that significantly reduce the operating cost of providing a service or facility. E. New facilities that exceed the adopted levels of service for new growth during the next five fiscal years by either: 1. providing excess public facility capacity that maybe needed by future growth beyond the next five fiscal years, or 2. providing higher quality public facilities than are contemplated in the County's normal design criteria for such facilities. Policy 1.1.5: The standards for levels of service of public facilities shall be as follows: (III) Category A Public Facilities Arterial and collector roads, including state highways not on the Florida Intrastate Highway System FIRS) (III) Al Roadways: A1.1 Arterials and collector roads: Level of Service as indicated below on the basis of peak hour, traffic volume: Level of Service "E" on the following designated roads: Roads Airport- Pulling Road Golden Gate Parkway Goodlette -Frank Road Goodlette -Frank Road Pine Ridge Road US 41 Airport- Pulling Road Airport- Pulling Road Davis Boulevard Golden Gate Parkway Livingston Road Vanderbilt Beach Road From Pine Ridge Road Airport- Pulling Road Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Parkway US 41 Collier Boulevard US 41 Pine Ridge Road US 41 US 41 Golden Gate Parkway US 41 To Golden Gate Parkway Santa Barbara Boulevard Golden Gate Parkway US 41 Logan Boulevard Old US 41 Golden Gate Parkway Vanderbilt Beach Road Airport- Pulling Road Airport - Pulling Road Radio Road Gulfshore Drive (111) A1.2 Level of Service "D" peak hour on all other County and State (not on the FIHS) arterial and collector roads. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE— 5 Words underlined are added; words sHUA thmugh are deleted (12/04107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (1))(11)(111) A2 State and Federal Roads: Collier County sets and adopts the LOS standards for state roads with the exception of those on the Florida Intrastate Highway System (FINS). In Collier County FDOT sets and maintains the LOS for 1 -75. The standards for 1 -75 are as follows: EXISTING TRANSITIONING RURAL AREA URBANIZED AREA URBANIZED AREA 1 -75 IT— C C A3 County Surface Water Management Systems: A3.1 Future "private" developments - water quantity and quality standards as specified in Collier County Ordinances 74 -50 and 90 -10. A3.2 Existing "private" developments and existing or future public drainage facilities - those existing levels of service identified (by design storm return frequency event) by the completed portions of the Water Management Master Plan as listed in the Drainage/Water Management Subelement of the Public Facilities Element. (1)(IV) A4 County Potable Water Systems: A4.1 County systems County Water District - 185 gallons per capita per day Goodland Water District - 185 gallons per capita per day (III)(IV)A4.2 City of Naples = 185 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area City of Everglades - 185 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area A4.3 Private potable water systems: Sewage flow design standards as identified in Policy 1.3.1 of the Potable Water Subelement of this Growth Management Plan. (1) A5 County Sanitary Sewer Systems: (111) A5.1 County systems: North Sewer Service Area = 145 gallons per capita per day South Sewer Service Area = 100 gallons per capita per day (III)(IV) A5.2 City of Naples = 145 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area A5.3 Private sanitary sewer systems: Sewage flow design standards as identified in Policy 1.2.1 of the Sanitary Sewer Subelement of this Growth Management Plan. (II) A6 County Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A6.1 Two years of constructed lined cell capacity at the average disposal rate for the previous five (5) years A6.2 Ten years of permittable capacity at the average disposal rate for the previous five (5) years. CIE – 6 Words underlined are added; words SIFU& thFOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (111) A7 County Parks and Recreation Facilities: A7.1 Regional Park land = 2.9412 acres per 1,000 /pop. A7.2 Community Park land = 1.2882 acres per 1,000 /pop. (111) A7.3 Recreation facilities = $240.00 capital investment per capita A8 Public School Facilities A8.1 Elementary schools = 95 percent of CSA /Permanent FISH Capacity A8.2 Middle schools = 95 percent of CSA /Permanent FISH Capacity A8.3 Hioh schools =100 Percent of CSA/Permanent FISH Capacity Category B Public Facilities: B1 County Library Buildings: 0.33 square feet per capita (1)(11)(111) B2 County Library Collection: 2.05 books per capita by FY 10 (111) B3 County Jail: 0.0024 beds per capita (2.4 beds per 1000 population) (111) B4 County Emergency Medical Service: .000068 EMS units per capita (1 Unit/15,000 Population) (VI) 135 County General Government Buildings: 1.9 square feet per functional resident (weighted) (VI) = Plan Amendment adopted on October 26, 2004 by Ordinance No. 2004 -71 CIE— 7 Words underlined are added; words sFrusk- tpreugh are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OBJECTIVE 1.2: Provide public facilities in order to maintain adopted level of service standards that are within the ability of the County to fund, or within the County's authority to require others to provide, or as provided by the School District within their five -year financially feasible Capital Improvement Plan. With the exception of public school facilities, fi-existing facility deficiencies measured against the adopted level of service standards will be eliminated with revenues generated by ad valorem taxes and intergovernmental revenues received based on economic activity. Future development will bear a proportionate cost of facility improvements necessitated by growth. Future development's payments may take the form of, but are not limited to, voluntary contributions for the benefit of any public facility, impact fees, dedications of land, provision of public facilities, and future payments of user fees, special assessments and taxes. Policy 1.2.1: The estimated capital expenditures for all needed public facilities shall not exceed conservative estimates of revenues from sources that are available to the County pursuant to current law, and which have not been rejected by referendum, if a referendum is required to enact a source of revenue. Policy 1.2.2: Existing and future development shall both pay for the costs of needed public facilities. Existing development shall pay for some or all facilities that reduce or eliminate existing deficiencies, some or all of the replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, and may pay a portion of the cost of facilities needed by future development. Both existing and future development may have part of their costs paid by grants, entitlements or public facilities from other levels of government and independent districts. Policy 1.2.3: Public facilities financed by County enterprise funds (i.e., potable water, sanitary sewer and solid waste) may be financed by debt to be repaid by user fees and charges for enterprise services, or the facilities may be financed from current assets (i.e., reserves, surpluses and current revenue). (III) Policy 1.2.4: Public facilities financed by non - enterprise funds (i.e., roads, surface water management, parks, library, emergency medical service, and jail shall be financed from current revenues and assets (pay -as- you -go financing) and Revenue Bonds approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Debt financing shall not be used to provide excess capacity in non - enterprise public facilities unless the excess capacity is an unavoidable result of a capital improvement that is needed to achieve or maintain standards for levels of service. Notwithstanding other provisions of this policy, general obligation bonds approved by referendum may be used for any public facilities to acquire capacity needed within the Schedule of Capital improvements or for excess capacity. Policy 1.2.5: The County shall not provide a public facility, nor shall it accept the provision of a public facility by others, if the County is unable to pay for the subsequent annual operating and maintenance costs of the facility. (111) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE — 8 Words underlined are added; words are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) Policy 1.2.6: The County shall continue to collect Road Impact Fees for road facilities requiring the same level of service standard as adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this element in order to assess new development a pro rata share of the costs required to finance transportation improvements necessitated by such development. (II) Policy 1.2.7: The County shall continue to collect impact fees for Parks and Recreation, Public Schools. EMS and Library facilities requiring the same level of service standard as adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this element in order to assess new development a pro rata share of the costs required to finance Parks and Recreation, Public Schools. EMS and Library improvements necessitated by such development. Policy 1.2.8: If, for any reason, the County cannot provide revenue sources identified as needed funding for specific projects within the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements, the Growth Management Plan shall be amended based on one or more of the following actions: A. Remove through a plan amendment facility improvements or new facilities from the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements that exceed the adopted levels of service for the growth during the next five (5) fiscal years; B. Remove from the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements through a plan amendment facility improvements or new facilities that reduce the operating cost of providing a service or facility but do not provide additional facility capacity; C. Where feasible, transfer funds from a funded Non - Capital Improvement Element capital project in order to fund an identified deficient Capital Improvement Element public facility. The resulting revisions shall be reflected in the required annual update. D. Lower the adopted level of service standard through a plan amendment for the facility for which funding cannot be obtained. Do not issue development orders that would continue to cause a deficiency based on the facility's adopted level of service standard. Policy 1.2.9: Collier County will not exceed a maximum ratio of total general governmental debt service to bondable revenues from current sources of 13 %. Whereas Florida Statutes place no limitation on the application of revenues to debt service by local taxing authorities, prudent fiscal management dictates a self- imposed level of constraint. Current bondable revenues are ad valorem taxes and State - shared revenues, specifically gas taxes and the half -cent sales tax. The Enterprise Funds operate under revenue bonding ratios set by the financial markets and are, therefore, excluded from this debt policy. CIE— 9 Words underlined are added; words sttask- Nueugh are deleted (12104107 BCC Transmittal Hearing) PUBLIC EXPENDITURES: COASTAL HIGH HAZARD AREA OBJECTIVE 1.3: Effective with plan implementation public expenditures in the coastal high hazard area shall be limited to those facilities needed to support new development to the extent permitted in the Future Land Use Element. In addition, public expenditures shall include the following categories: A. Maintenance of existing public facilities; B. Beach, shore and waterway access; C. Beach renourishment. Policy 1.3.1: The County shall continue to expend funds within the coastal high hazard area for the replacement and maintenance of public facilities identified in the Conservation and Coastal Management Element. Policy 1.3.2: The calculated needs for public facilities will be based on the adopted level of service standards and future growth projections within the coastal high hazard area. The Future Land Use Element limits new residential development (thus obligations for infrastructure expenditures) to a maximum of four dwelling units per gross acre within portions of the coastal high hazard area. (III) Policy 1.3.3: The County shall continue to insure that access to beaches, shores and waterways remain available to the public and will develop a program to expand the availability of such including funding options for acquisition. (III) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE -10 Words underlined are added; words 64WSk 414FOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) PROVIDE NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS OBJECTIVE 1.4: The County shall coordinate its land use planning and decisions with its plans for public facility capital improvements by providing needed capital improvements for replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, eliminating existing deficiencies, and future development and redevelopment caused by previously issued and new development orders. (III) Policy 1.4.1: The County shall provide, or arrange for others to provide, the public facilities listed in the Schedule of Capital Improvements. The Schedule of Capital Improvements may be modified as follows: A. The Schedule of Capital Improvements shall be updated annually. B. Pursuant to Florida Statutes 163.3187, the Schedule of Capital Improvements may be amended two times during any calendar year, and as allowed for emergencies, developments of regional impact, and certain small scale development activities. C. Pursuant to Florida Statutes 163.3177, the Schedule of Capital Improvements may be adjusted by ordinance not deemed to be an amendment to the Growth Management Plan for corrections, updates, and modifications concerning costs; revenue sources; or acceptance of facilities pursuant to dedications which are consistent with the plan. groiects necessary to address existing deficiencies and future needs based upon achieving and maintaining the adopted LOS standard for schools Policy 1.4.23: All Category A public facility capital improvements shall be consistent with the goals, objectives and policies of the appropriate individual element of this Growth Management Plan. (III) Policy 1.4.24: The County shall include in the capital appropriations of its annual budget all the public facility projects listed in the Schedule of Capital Improvements for expenditures during the appropriate fiscal year. Projects for which appropriations have been made in the annual budget will not be removed once they have been relied upon for the issuance of a final site development plan, final plat, or building permit. The County shall include in the capital appropriations of its annual budget additional public facility projects that conform to Policy 1.1.2 (13.2) and Policy 1.1.4 (C) and (E). (VII) = Plan Amendment adopted on June 7, 2005 by Ordinance No. 2005 -25 CIE -11 Words underlined are added; words 61FUSk !hFough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (111) Policy 1.4.45: The County shall determine, prior to the issuance of final site development plans, final plats and building permits whether or not there is sufficient capacity of Category A public facilities to meet the standards for levels of service for existing population and the proposed development. No final site development plan, final plat, or building permit shall be issued unless the levels of service for the resulting development will achieve the standards in Policy 1.1.5 Category A, and the requirements for Concurrency Management as outlined in the policies within Objective 1.5 of this element are met. (Ilq(v)(vll)Policy 1.4.66: Public facilities and services provided by Collier County with public funds in accordance with the 5 -year Schedule of Capital Improvements in the Capital Improvements Element will be limited to Service Areas established within the boundaries designated on Figure PW -1, "Collier County Water District Boundaries ", and Figure PW -2, "Existing and Future Potable Water Service Areas ", in the Potable Water Sub - Element of the Public Facilities Element, and on Figure SS -1, "Collier County Sewer District Boundaries ", and Figure SS -2, "Existing and Future Sewer Service Areas ", in the Sanitary Sewer Sub - Element of the Public Facilities Element. Road and Public School improvements will be provided as designated on their respective Schedule of Capital Improvements appearing in the Capital Improvement Element. All other public facilities and service types will be provided on a County -Wide availability basis. CIE -12 Words underlined are added; words sirusk-thFough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVE 1.5: To ensure that public facilities and services needed to support development are available concurrent with the impacts of such development, the County's Concurrency Management System shall be consistent with Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes and Rule 9J- 5.0055, Florida Administrative Code. The County shall establish a regulatory and monitoring program to ensure the scheduling, funding and timely construction of Category A public facilities concurrent with, or prior to, the issuance of a final site development plan, final plat or a building permit to achieve and maintain adopted level of service standards. Policy 1.5.1: The concurrency requirement for the Potable Water, Sanitary Sewer, Drainage and Solid Waste Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System are met: (ill) A. The necessary facilities and services are in place at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or (III) B. The necessary facilities and services are under construction at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or C. The necessary facilities and services are guaranteed in an enforceable development agreement that includes the provisions of paragraphs A and B of this policy. An enforceable development agreement may include, but is not limited to, development agreements pursuant to Section 163.3220, Florida Statutes, or an agreement or development order issued pursuant to Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. The agreement must guarantee that the necessary facilities will be in place when the impacts of the development occur, pursuant to Section 163.3180 Florida Statutes. (III) Policy 1.5.2: The concurrency requirement for the Parks and Recreation Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System are met: A. Compliance with any one of the standards set forth in Policy 1.5.1 A, B and C is met; or (111) B. At the time the final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued, the necessary facilities and services are the subject of a binding executed contract which provides for commencement of actual construction of the required facilities within one year of the issuance of the final site development plan, final plat or building permit; or (111) C. The necessary facilities and services are guaranteed in an enforceable development agreement which requires the commencement of the actual construction of the facilities within one year of the issuance of the applicable final site development plan, final plat, or building permit. An enforceable development agreement may include, but is not limited to, development agreements pursuant to Section 163.3220, Florida Statutes, or an agreement or development order issued pursuant to Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE -13 Words underlined are added; words 644& 4hFough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (III)(V)Policy 1.5.3: The concurrency requirement of the Transportation Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System is met: A. The necessary facilities and services are in place at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or B. The necessary facilities and services are under construction or the contract for such facilities and services has been let at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or C. The necessary facilities and services are in the first or second year of the Schedule of Capital Improvements, and the Collier County Annual Budget adopted following each AUIR at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or D. The necessary facilities and services are in the first or second year of FDOT 5 -Year Work Program at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or E. The final local development order is for a project located within a TCEA or TCMA designated pursuant to this Plan and meets the applicable requirements of Policies 5.5 through 5.8 of the Transportation Element. F. The necessary facilities and services are the subject of a binding commitment with the developer to contribute fair share funding as provided for in Policy 5.9 of the Transportation Element, if applicable, or to construct the needed facilities. Concurrence Management System is met: C. building permit is issued: or site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued: or D. The necessary facilities and services are the subject of a binding commitment with the (V) = Plan Amendment on December 16, 2003 by Ordinance No. 2003 -67 CIE -14 Words underlined are added; words MFUG'k thFOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (11)(111) Policy 1.5.45.: The County shall continue to implement a Concurrency Management System, as identified Division 3.15 of the Collier County Land Development Code, which shall include a regulatory program and monitoring system consistent with this Growth Management Plan and consistent specifically with the policies under Objective 1.5 of this Capital Improvement Element. The monitoring system shall enable the County to determine whether it is adhering to the adopted Level of Service Standards and Schedule of Capital Improvements. CIE -15 Words underlined are added; words strask thFaugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) REQUIREMENTS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS The Schedule of Capital Improvements on the following pages will eliminate existing deficiencies, replace obsolete or worn out facilities, and make available adequate facilities for future growth. Each project is numbered and named, and its cost during each of the next five fiscal years is shown in thousands of dollars (000). The month and year for actual commencement of construction and the month and year each project will be completed (in service) is indicated. Each project in Category A is consistent with the level of service standards as identified within this element and the appropriate individual element of this Growth Management Plan. Each project in Category B is consistent with the level of service standards as identified within this element. Optional elements were not developed for Category B facilities. All Public Facilities shall be consistent with the County's Capital Improvement Element pursuant to Section 163.3177 (3)(01., Florida Statutes. Note: See Capital Projects under separate PDF pg. 174-through 27 CIE -16 Words underlined are added; words stwek- HUSUgh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) PROGRAMS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION _ Through continued implementation of adopted land development regulations the following programs have been implemented to ensure that the goals, objectives and policies established in the Capital Improvement Element will be achieved or exceeded. (III) 1. Development Order Review As part of the review of all applications for final site development plans, final plats, and building permits, the County will determine whether or not there will be sufficient capacity of Category A public facilities to meet the standards for levels of service for the existing population and for the proposed development in accordance with the requirements of the Concurrency Management System. As part of the review for all development orders having negative impacts on Category A Public Facilities other than final site development plans, final plats, building permits, the County will determine whether or not sufficient capacity of Category "A" public facilities are planned for construction concurrent with the impacts on levels of service that will be created by the proposed development during the next five fiscal years. (III) 2. Impact Fees Impact Fee Ordinances will require the same standard for the level of service as is required by Policy 1.1.5. (111) 3. Annual Budget The annual budget will include in its capital appropriations all projects in the Schedule of Capital Improvements that are planned for expenditures during the next fiscal year. (111) 4. Semiannual Report The mandatory semiannual report to the Department of Community Affairs concerning amendments to the comprehensive plan due to emergencies, developments of regional impact and selected small developments will report on changes, if any, to adopted goals, objectives and policies in the Capital Improvement Element. (111) 5. Update of Capital Improvement Element The monitoring of and adjustment to the Capital Improvement Element to meet the changing conditions must be an ongoing process. Beginning in August of each year, the element will be updated in conjunction with the County's budget process, the release of the official BEBR population estimates I ne upaate will mcluae: 1. Revision of population projections; 2. Updates of facility inventory; 3. Update of unit costs; 4. Update of facilities requirements analysis to project 10 year needs (by fiscal year) in order to program projects to meet the service standards. 5. Update of revenue forecasts in order to evaluate financial feasibility and the County's ability to finance capital improvements needed to meet the Service standards (111) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE 28 Words underlined are added; words sNask ikreugh are deleted 02/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 6. Revise and develop capital improvement projects for the next five years. The first year's schedule of projects will be incorporated into the County's budget effective October 1st. 7. 78. Update of the PlAblis ssheel aed health facilities analysis. (III) 6. Concurrency Management System The County has established a Concurrency Management. Sy6t8FR by adeptien el the Adequate PubliG The system consists of the following: (III) A. The Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities (AUIR) on the capacity and levels of service of public facilities compared to the standards for levels of service adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this Element. The AUIR summarizes the actual capacity of existing public facilities and forecast the capacity of existing and planned public facilities for each of the five succeeding fiscal years. For the purposes of long range capital facility planning, a ten year forecast of projected needed capacity is also done. These forecasts are based on the most recently updated Schedule of Capital Improvements in this Capital Improvement Element. The annual approval of the AUIR and the identified needed projects and revenues by the Board of County Commissioners constitutes evidence of the capacity and levels of service of Category A public facilities, not including Public School Facilities, for the purpose of issuing development orders during the 12 months following the approval of the AUIR B. The review and adoption by reference of the School District's annually updated Five -Year Caoital Plan, which shall provide a financially feasible report on the ability of the School Capital Improvement Plan. R C. Public facility capacity review. The County shall use the procedures specified in Implementation Programs 1 and 6 to enforce the requirements of Policies 1.5.1, 1.5.2, and 1.5.3 and 1.5.4 of this Element. S D. Review of changes in planned capacity of public facilities. The County shall review each amendment to this Capital Improvement Element in particular any changes in standards for levels of service and changes in the Schedule of Capital Improvements in order to enforce the policies of this Element. (111) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 29 CIE Words underlined are added; words GtF61Glk thFgugh are deleted (12104/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) B E. Concurrency Management Implementation Strategies. The County shall annually review the Concurrency Management Implementation Strategies that are incorporated in this Capital Improvement Element: Standards for levels of service are applied within appropriate geographical areas of the County. Standards for County -Wide public facilities are applied to development orders based on levels of service throughout the County. 2. Standards for public facilities that serve less than the entire County are applied to development orders on the basis of levels of service within assigned areas. 434. Levels of service are compared to adopted standards on an annual basis. Annual monitoring is used, rather than case -by -case monitoring, for the following reasons: a. annual monitoring corresponds to annual expenditures for capital improvements during the County's fiscal year; and b. annual monitoring covers seasonal variations in levels of service. (III) 7. Second 5 -year Evaluation and Appraisal Report The required second 5 -year evaluation and appraisal report will address the implementation of the goals, objectives and policies of the Capital Improvement Element. The monitoring procedures necessary to enable the completion of the 5 -year evaluation include: a. Review of annual reports of the Concurrency Management System; b. Review of semiannual reports to DCA concerning amendments to the Comprehensive Plan; and C. Review of annual updates of this Capital Improvement Element, including updated supporting documents. (III) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 30 CIE Words underlined are added; words sFrask- thMugb are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) EXHIBIT A COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT Prepared By Collier County Planning Services Department Comprehensive Planning Section Prepared for COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Adopted, October, 1997 AMENDMENTS TO COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT Symbol Date Amended Ordinance No. ** October 28, 1997 Ordinance No. 1997 -56 (I) December 16, 2003 Ordinance No. 2003 -67 (II) January 25, 2007 ** *Ordinance No. 2007 -17 * ** Based on 2004 EAR, Evaluation and Appraisal Report ** This is the EAR -based amendment (1996 EAR). Due to the magnitude of the changes - which included reformatting the entire Element, affecting every page of the Element - a Roman Numeral is not assigned. * Indicates adopted portions Note: the support document will be updated as current information becomes available. (II) = Plan Amendment by Ordinance No. 2007 -17 on January 25, 2007 Words underlined are added; words sts ekthmugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (11) I. INTRODUCTION Decisions made, or policies pursued, by Collier County may influence decisions made or policies followed by: municipalities within, or adjacent to, Collier County; adjacent counties; the District School Board of Collier County; service delivery agencies; and, the various independent special districts located within, or adjacent to, Collier County. Decisions and policies of these entities may, in turn influence those of Collier County. Throughout its planning process, Collier County pursues coordination with the surrounding jurisdictions and agencies. The Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act of 1985, as amended, requires the inclusion of an element within local government comprehensive plans, that addresses coordination between units of government. This Intergovernmental Coordination Element is in accordance with the provisions of the Act. (11) The Collier County Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) contains a Goal, Objectives and Policies that deal with the following coordination issues: • Intergovernmental communications and level of service coordination • Coordination of land use planning strategies • Coordination of municipal annexation plans • Formal and informal coordination mechanisms (11) The Collier County Intergovernmental Service Delivery Agreement Report, completed in 2004, is an appendix to this Element. This report summarizes Collier County's interlocal agreements with governmental or quasi - governmental entities that provide services to Collier County residents. The Report summarizes service delivery agreements between Collier County and various providers, with regard to eight (8) service categories: 1) Education 2) Sanitary Sewer 3) Public Safety 4) Solid Waste 5) Drainage 6) Potable Water 7) Parks and Recreation, and 8) Transportation Facilities. (11) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words sHask4lxeugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (11) As of January 2005, there are three (3) municipalities within Collier County. These are: • Everglades City • City of Marco Island • City of Naples (II) Also as of January 2005, Collier County shared borders with the following jurisdictions: • City of Bonita Springs (in Lee County) • Lee County • Hendry County • Broward County • Miami -Dade County • Monroe County (II) In addition to Federal and State agencies, the following governmental entities have jurisdiction over all, or portions, of Collier County. The District School Board of Collier County Seminole Tribe of Florida Collier County Water -Sewer District Immokalee Water and Sewer District Florida Governmental Utility Authority Port of The Islands Community Improvement District Collier County Sheriff's Office Big Corkscrew Fire and Rescue District East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District Golden Gate Fire and Rescue District Immokalee Fire Control District Isles of Capri Fire and Rescue District North Naples Fire Control District Ochopee Fire Control District South Florida Water Management District/Big Cypress Basin Board Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council Cow Slough Water Control District Collier Soil and Water Conservation District Naples /Collier County Metropolitan Planning Organization Various Community Development District Various Municipal Service Taxing Units (MSTU) Various Municipal Service Benefit Units (MSBU) (II) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words straekapreugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) GOAL, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT (11) GOAL: PROVIDE FOR THE CONTINUAL EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION AND THE USE OF ANY INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION MECHANISMS WITH BROWARD, MIAMI -DADE, HENDRY, LEE AND MONROE COUNTIES, CITIES OF BONITA SPRINGS, EVERGLADES, MARCO ISLAND, AND NAPLES, THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF COLLIER COUNTY, SOUTHWEST FLORIDA REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL, AND ANY OTHER LOCAL, STATE, OR FEDERAL AGENCY OR GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY, AND UTILITY COMPANIES SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT, LEE COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, SPRINT /UNITED TELEPHONE, IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, PELICAN BAY SERVICES DIVISION (MSTU), FLORIDA GOVERNMENTAL UTILITY AUTHORITY, COMCAST, AND CABLEVISION INDUSTRIES, THAT MAY BE IMPACTED BY COLLIER COUNTY'S LAND, ROAD OR FACILITY PLANNING, TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES AND TO ACHIEVE COMPATIBLE AND COORDINATED PLANS. (11) OBJECTIVE 1: Collier County (County) shall continue to establish and maintain intergovernmental communication and level of service coordination mechanisms to be used by the County, Everglades City, the City of Marco Island, the City of Naples, and the City of Bonita Springs, adjacent Lee County, Hendry County, Broward County, Dade County, Monroe County, the District School Board of Collier County School Board, the State of Florida, and any other entity that provides a service but may not have land use authority. (II) Policy 1.1: Collier County shall continue to utilize existing coordination mechanisms, e.g., interlocal planning agreements, joint meetings and any other mechanisms described in this Element, which promotes consistent planning activities. (II) Policy 1.2: The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department shall be the designated liaison to disseminate information on proposed Growth Management Plan amendments under review by the County, which have the potential to affect any of the entities listed in Objective 1. (II) Policy 1.3: The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department shall continue to prepare and review the Annual Update and Inventory Report (AUIR) as an annual level of service monitoring report for the capital facilities included within the Growth Management Plan. The purpose of this report is to provide the affected entities with the necessary information to evaluate and coordinate level of service standards. (11) Policy 1.4: In situations where other public or private entities are providing a facility or service within Collier County for roads, water, sewer, drainage, parks, public schools, or solid waste, the County will coordinate its adopted level of service standard(s) within the parameters allowed by the Concurrency Management System of the Capital Improvement Element as part of the County's Growth Management Plan. (11) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 3 Words underlined are added; words 6tFU9lq Mredgh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (II) OBJECTIVE 2: The County shall coordinate its land use planning strategy, including an assessment of proposed development, with that of other governmental and private entities. (11) Policy 2.1: Collier County will continue to identify, develop, and pursue areas where intergovernmental land use planning and level of service agreements are needed between the County and respective governmental or private entities. (11) Policy 2.2: Collier County shall continue to develop intergovernmental planning agreements, which shall include provisions for review and comment(s) on Collier County land use plans and capital facility plans by neighboring governmental jurisdictions, regarding any proposed activities that may have an impact on such jurisdictions or cause inconsistencies with their respective comprehensive plans. (11) Policy 2.3: Collier County shall continue to participate in cooperative planning programs with other governmental entities. (11) Policy 2.4: Collier County shall continue to undertake, where appropriate and economically feasible, joint programs with other local governments regarding the planning for, and management of, natural resources that are shared by the County and adjacent governmental jurisdictions. (11) Policy 2.5: The County shall coordinate its plans, programs, regulations and activities for the provision of affordable housing with those of adjacent governments, particularly with the City of Naples. (1)(11) Policy 2.6: The County shall continue to coordinate with Tthe District School Board of Collier County for collaborative planning and decision making on Population projections the Public school site selection for new public educational plants and ancillary plants- facilities. arad the previsien et and the location and extension of Public facilities subiect to concurrence, to support existing and proposed public educational plants in accordance with the general Interlocal Agreement_ arinntari nn Mnv a gnns by tho Rnuior (SBR) Interlocal Agreement two Intedelsal AgFeements adopted' Statutes, 163.3177(6)(h) and 163.317-77, FlGFida on May 15, 2003 by the Collier County School Board and on May 27, 2003 by the Board of County Commissioners. (II) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words sNask -H Fough are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) (Iq Policy 2.7: Collier County hereby adopts, as part of this Intergovernmental Coordination Element, the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council's Rule 291 -7, Florida Administrative Code, dates April 1994, which establishes a voluntary regional dispute process to reconcile differences on planning, growth management, and other issues among local governments, regional agencies and private interests. (11) Policy 2.8: The County shall coordinate with the South Water Management District and other regulatory agencies in implementing the Growth Management Plan. 2.9: the regulatory review of residential develooment for school concurrence, in accordance with Section 163.3180031 Florida Statutes. (11) OBJECTIVE 3: Collier County shall develop procedures to identify and implement joint planning areas for the purposes of municipal annexation, municipal incorporation and joint infrastructure service areas. (11) Policy 3.1: Based upon Section 9J -5.015 (3)(c) 4., Florida Administrative Code, Collier County shall work with the local municipalities to identify and implement joint planning areas and /or joint infrastructure service areas for the purpose of planning for potential future municipal annexation of such areas. The identified joint planning areas and /or joint infrastructure service areas shall be depicted on the County's Future Land Use Map series. (II) Policy 3.2: Collier County shall develop procedures to plan for potential future municipal incorporation (i.e., the creation of new municipalities) within Collier County. Upon official notification that an incorporation referendum for any portion of the County has been successful, the County will initiate contact with the new municipality for the purpose of establishing an expedient and efficient transition of responsibilities, services, and /or infrastructure to the new municipality. (11) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words StFU& thFOugh are deleted (12/04/07 BCC Transmittal Hearing) 4c A fye-r Co,r i-t'.iy DATE: TO: FROM: RE: November 20, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Marcia R. Kendall /Senior Planner BCC Advertisement Affidavit for CPSP- 2007 -7 GMPA Please be advised that due to the timeframe, copy of the advertisement affidavit is not available at this time. As soon as received, a copy of the affidavit will be placed in the notebooks prior to submittal to DCA. Thank you. Comprehensive Planning Department Monday, November 5, 2007 58'-- NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION Notice e hereby givnlidoutonn �1 n nR. mrlin C Ierr Cn Gverme Center. 3301 E. Taianl Boardroom, wth Management Plan. The meeting will commence at 9:00 A.M. The title of the weed resolution is as follows: CONSIDERATION OF INTER -LOCAL AGREEMENT ' The purpose of the hearing is to consider an Inter -local Agreement between the District Schoot Board of Collier County and the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida; Everglades City, a municipal corporation, the City of _ Maroo Island, a municipal corporation; and the City of Naples; also a municipal corporetion, to establish public school facility planning and school concurrency. This Is a companion hem to Petition CPSP- 2007 -7 Growth Management Plan MP) Amendment to the Capital Improvement Element, Intergovernmental ri ination Element, a new Public School Facilities Element of the Growth Management Plan, being noticed under separate advertisement. interested parties are Invited to appear and be heard. Copies of the proposed Government Center, Fast Naples, Florida; and at Comprehensive Planning us artmem, 2800 N. Horseshoe Drive, Naples, Florida between the hours of 8:00 A.M.' 5 and .00 P.M., Monday titrouph Friday. Any questions pertaining to the document should be directed to the Comprehensive Planning Department. Written comments filed with the Clerk to the Board's Oiflrw prior to November 13, 2807, will be read and considered at the public hearing. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will heed a record of that' proceeding, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the.testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. - BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN DWIGHT E. BROCK. CLERK - ,,,,,• By: /a/Patricia Morgan rlam*v Clark NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER RESOLUTION Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 In the Boardroom, 3" Floor, Administration Building, Collier County Government Centel 3301 E. Temlami Trail, Naples, Florida the Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing to consider the Vansmittal of the following County Resolution for Amendments to the Collier County Growth Management Plan: The meeting will commence at 9:00 A.M. r. The purposeofthe hearing is to considera recommendation fortrenmlttal of amendment to the Caphal Improvement Element and Inteerrggovernmental Coordination Element, ae well as the transmittal of a new element entitled Public School Facilities Element of the Growth Management Plan. The RESOLUTION title Is as follows: RESOLUTION NO. 07- TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS. D CPSP- 2007 -7, Creating a new Public School Facilities Element with support document and amending the Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Growth Management Plan to establish a public school concurrency program. This Is a companion Item to the School Concurrency Inter -local Agreement between the Collier County District School Board and Collier County Hoard of County Commissioners and the cities of Memo Island, Everglades and Naples. [Coordinator. Michele Mason, AICP, Principal Planner] AII Interested parties are invited to appear end be heard: Copies of the proposed Growth Management Plan Amendments are available for Inspection d the Co" Oounty Clerk's OfAce, 4'^ floor, Adminiatretlon'Bullding, Collier County Government Center, Eeat Naples, Florida; antl et Comprehensive Planning Department, 2800. N. Horsaehoge Drive, Naples, qFl Ions peneIning to hose documa tsn houd bB direCtBd Sottha ComppreaFyiensive Planning Department. Written comments flied with the Clerk to the Board§ lNflce prior to November 13, 2007, will be read and considered at the public hearing. N a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board of County Commissioners with reaped to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of that proceeding, and for such Purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings Is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Is to be based. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COWER COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES COLETTA, CHAIRMAN DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK By: /s/Patricla Morgan Deputy Clerk .0 NAPLES DAILY NEWS Published Dailv Naples. FL 34102 Affidavit of Publication State of Florida County of Collier Before the undersigned they sen e as the authority, personally appeared B. Lamb, who on oath says that they m r a 5' n serve as the Assistant Corporate Secretary of the Naples Daily; a daily newspaper published at Naples.. in Collier County; y Florida, distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida. that the attached cop} of the advertising, being a 3 PUBLIC NOTICE in the matter of PUBLIC NOTICE was published in said newspaper 1 time in the issue on September 9w 2007 emmaa 1O o o ? �'a a�a s ..�■ ZF a�Is's i W J N V 3 J0 z a in w w o opp 3 V W�OIp v AM ant further says that the said Naples Daily \ears is a newspaper published at Naples, in said Collier County, Florida. and that the said ne «spaper has heretofore been continuously published in said Collier - -- Cori Florida_ distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida. each dzx and has been entered as second class mail matter at the post office in Naples_ in said Collier County, Florida, for a period of I yrar next preceding the first publication oftheattached copy of advertisement and affiant further says that he has neither paid nor _.- promised anc person, firm or corporation any discount. rebate. P „ commission or refund for the purpose of securing this advertisement for q publication in the said newspaper. j ( Signature of affiant) D Sworn to and subscribed before me This 9th Day of September 2007 (Signatur • of notary, ubhc) FF159- 2578327 ,$z JUDYJANES ComMisSion DD 675029 �a Expires May 16, 2011 �R,,, °+ull6EfiNiMYFein liuu:eYipB�a3A6d016 NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEARING Notice Is hereby g van that a public hearing will be held by the Collier County Planning Commission on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 8:30 A.M. In the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, W Floor, Administration Building, County Government Center, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, Florida. The purpose of the hearing is to consider a recommendation for transmittal of amendments to the Capital Improvement Element and Intorgovemmental Coordination Element, as well as the transmittal of a new element entttled Public School Facilities Element of the Growth Management Plan. The RESOLUTION title is as follows: RESOLUTION NO. 07- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY- COMMISSIONERS PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE COWER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN, ORDINANCE 8"5, AS AMENDED. PLAN, AND OF THESE COMMUNITY CPSP- 2007 -7, Creating a new Public School Facilities Element with support document and amending the Capital Improvement Element' and Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Growth Management Plan to establish a public school concurrency program. This Is a companion hem to the School Concurrency Inter -local Agreement between the Collier County District School Board and Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the cities of Marco Island, Everglades and Naples. [Coordinator: Michele Mosoa, AICP, Principal Planner] Alt Interested parties are Inked to appear and be heard. Copies of the proposed amendments are available for inspection at the Comprehensive Planning Department, oies. 2800 N. Horseshoe Drive, Na Florida between the hours of 8:00 A. M. and 5:00 id with the Comprehensive Manning Department prior to September 20, read and considered at the public hearing. - If a person decides to appeal any decision made bythe Collier County Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of that proceeding, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proosedln is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Is to be based. Mark P. Strain, Chairman Collier County Planning Commission Z tae. cwnpi FleMCu 1 NAPLES DAILY NEWS Published Daily g'000,door�o Sp Naples.. FL 3-1102 �'w a n c Affidavit of Publication State of Florida wrPAbO A'�c��V AOP VANV �S County of Collier �SOWUUVPOV�NN��N�%� i�u Before the undersigned they serve as the authority, p Y ersonall ° Ou AAN�.Op vr�l- bONU�b �bNNO�^ appeared B Lamb, who on oath says that Ute y �n i9w VNVNiO VIPV�%WCaP�UWWW�vN,Pmt�. serve as the Assistant Corporate Secretary of the Naples Daily, a daily newspaper published at Naples, in Collier County, Florida; distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida, that the attached cony of the advertising. being a J o ? z 1' ud PUBLIC NOTICE � f in the matter of PUBLIC NOTICE y� °. s r 1 9 3 = m was published in said newspaper I time in the issue on September 9" 2007 � � E .giant further says that the said Naples Daily News is a newspaper published at Naples. in said Collier County, Florida, and that the said newspaper has heretofore been continuously published in said Collier County. Florida; distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida, L g. ra each day and has been entered as second class mail matter at the post np ?, office in Naples, in said Collier County, Florida, for a period of 1 year nest preceding the first publication of the attached copy of u c advertisement. and afftant further sa7s that he has neither paid nor i `a promised any person, firm or corporation any discount, rebate, ^ °1 commission or refund for the purpose of securing this ads'ertisement for b YI publication in the said newspaper. `a 0 E0 0 onnnnnnn�nnmmmmww ]� °0000ioo2:mm� moo F. �, $ °" (Signature ofaffiant) n „g� �w� ���E�� ^�� o.G a;c�wo�a R 00�m°.9 o,7a,� O�Rac. af°5p m °a ,Z. Sworn to and subscribed before me __ ., n. This 9th Dal- of September 2007 (Signature of notan ublic) "i JUDYJANES - ' . Cornmission DD 875029 t t�',� Expires May 16, 2011 ., tA �a'+Gsdthry Tr aY1l6,201B003BB 7014 FEI59- 2578327 ew Hems Sunday, September 9, 2007• • 130 NOTICE OF PUBLIC Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Collier County Planning Commission on Thursday. September 20, 2007 at 8:30 A.M. in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, 3'" Floor, Administration Building, County Govemment Center, 3301 Fast Tamiami Trail, Naples, Florida. CONSIDERATION OF INTER -LOCAL AGREEMENT All Interested parties are invited to appear and be heard. Copies of the pr osegd amendments are available for InsDpaction at the - Comprehensive hourrsiof 8:00 A.M. and 2800 N. 5 00 P.M Monday through Friday.'Any questions pertaining the pertaining to these documents should be directed to the Comprehensive Planning Department. (239 - 403 - 2400). Written comments filed with the Compre hensive Planning Department prior to September 20, 2007, will be read and considered at the public hearing. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Collier County Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of that proceeding, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Mark P. Strain, Chairman Collier County Planning Commission -r n -.i ,. V r. —Teri i - -z arT —­ , �-, :Wile - Counts Florida NAPLES DAILY NEWS Published Daily Naples.. FL 34102 Affidavit of Publication State of Florida County of Collier Before the undersigned they serve as the authority, personally appeared B, Lamb. who on oath says that they sen e as the Assistant Corporate Secretan of the Naples Daily, a daily newspaper published at Naples. in Collier County, Florida; distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida; that the attached copy of the advertising, being a PUBLIC NOTICE in the matter of PUBLIC NOTICE was published in said newspaper Itime in the issue on October 2"d 2007 lfiiani further says that the said Naples Daily News is a ne"spaper published at Naples, in snid Collier CounlN, Florida and that the said newspaper has heretofore been continuously published in said Collier C'ount\. Florida, distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida_ each day and has been entered ac second close nail matter at the post nl7ice in Naples. in said Collier Countv, Florida. for a period of 1 rear nest preceding the fit sl publication of the attached copy of t<heih con ent; and ail] air t further sat . -s that he has neither paid nor to Cowl .in\ person bon or corporation any discount, rebate, onus fission or refund for the purpose of securing this advert isemem for publication in the said newspaper. ( Signature of a ) Sworn to and subscribed before me This 2 " _ Dav of October 2007 L1,( -L k 14,I (Signatu e of notfij public) FEI59- 2578327 "r ni ap ,j GN o P. rt-'y (Cry ° o c yn. IL p°, ar 'M M i r-i 0 o a o � so o 'O ��, p �.nryG roon� [nN w w p°Q. N'y O_ o y amav a am ° w�N _brP W in' S nY y..7o r ' o N my - �. rcn y•: a.� w��v ° I� K: rn. N u' O O rt a w �. nzw G N O'CLp ?.wry 0..w N a cr e- m sow m w 0 o w on ,7p w �.p py.Cj ry^ JUYJANES Comm! son DD 675029 =7a= Expires May 16, 2011 ?�.�,(\ Bontletl Thmhoy Fain l,uurance8G0�&Stai9 'O w y w hl o���yav0002 ti O y'ry -� rq 1i so 5 ri .°w �°q o ° wom rt'�7'w ^o o Z M Ii fl r b 'o . m �'. ti x ... o f . siya ��r�o�mavro0 W p p b m 0. O d p O n. pj •- o Z o® JUYJANES Comm! son DD 675029 =7a= Expires May 16, 2011 ?�.�,(\ Bontletl Thmhoy Fain l,uurance8G0�&Stai9 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE FUTURE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PLANNING INFORMATION MEETING The public is invited to attend a Public Schools Planning Information Meeting held by Collier County Staff with the assistance of the Collier County School Board Staff on Wednesday, October 10, 2007 at 5:05 p.m. at the Board of County Commissioners Chambers 3'" floor of the W. Hannon Turner Building, Building F, Collier County Government Center, 3301 E. Tamiami Trail, Naples, FL t Staff will be discussing the following public school related items: • Proposed future school sites • Projected demand /need for public schools • Timing of school construction and proposed opening dates • Public infrastructure impacts (e.g., roads, utilities, etc.) • Potential impacts on surrounding properties and neighborhoods • Potential impacts on residential permitting and land use items WE VALUE YOUR INPUT Business and property owners, residents and visitors are welcome to attend the presentation and discuss the future of our schools with County and School Board Staff. If you are unable to attend this meeting, but have questions or comments, please visit our web site at www.collierdov.net/compplanning or contact Michele Mosca at 239 - 403 -2466 or at michelemoscaO collieruov.net . NAPLES DAILY NEWS Published Daily Naples, FL 34102 Affidavit of Publication State of Florida County of Collier Before the undersigned they serve as the authority, personally appeared B. Lamb, who on oath says that they serve as the Assistant Corporate Secretary of the Naples Daily, a dai1N newspaper published at Naples, in Collier County, Florida: distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida; that the attached copy of the advertising, being a PUBLIC NOTICE in the matter of PUBLIC NOTICE was published in said newspaper 1 time in the issue on October 21 "_ 2007 Affant further says that the said Naples Daily News is a newspaper published at Naplrs. in said Collier Countv. Florida, and that the said newspaper has heretofore been continuously published in said Collier County. Florida; distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida, ush day and has been entered as sacond class mail matter at the post Mika in Naples, in said Collier County, Florida, for a period of t vcar neat preceding the first publication of the attached copy of advertisement; and affiant further says that he has neither paid nor promised any person, firm or corporation any discount, rebate, commission or refund for the purpose of securing this advertisement for publication in the said newspap ( Signa e of affia -- �� Sworn to and subscribed before me This 2V'. Day of October 2007 (Signature of notary public�t EL A. MCDONALD .; Commission DD 650475 tea'...... i' Expires June 29,2011 R; ,�' saaoammTay Feinlndwra roaaesiata FEI 59- 2578327 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notloe le hereby tgan that a pubik: hewing will be held by the Collier County Planning Cbin lon on Thurs Novern er 1, 2007 at 8:30 A.M..In the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room,.3o Floor, Administration Building, County Government ,Cerljer,3301 East Tamlami Treil, Naples; Florida. . The purpose of the hearing Is to consider a recommendation for transmittal of amendments to the Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination .Element, as well as the transmittal of a new element eMftled Public School Facilities Element of the, Growth Management Plan. The RESOLUTION title is as follows: RESOLUTION 1`40.07- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PPnPnclNG AMENDMENTS TO THE COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH TO CPSP- 2007 -7, Creating a new Public School Facilities Element with support document and amending the Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Growth Management Plan to establish a public school concurrency program. This Is a companion Item to the School Concurrency Inter -local Agreement between the Collier County District School Board and Collier County Board of County Commissioners and the cities of Marco Island, Everglades and Naples. [Coordinator. Michele Mosca, AICP, Principal Planner] All interested parties are Invited to appear and amendments are available for Inspection at the be directed to the comprehensive Nlenning uapartment t[3a- qurz4uuy. wrman comments filed with the Comprehensive Planning Department prior to November 1, 2007, will be read and considered at thetpubllc hearing. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Collier County Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of that proceeding, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record Includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Is to be based. Mark P. Strain, Chairman Collier County Planning Commission S cnlllor CWnry Florian NAPLES DAILY NEWS Published Daily Naples. FL 34102 Affidavit of Publication State of Florida County of Collier Before the undersigned they serve as the authority, personally appeared B. Lamb; who on oath says that they serve as the Assistant Corporate Secretary of the Naples Daily, a daily newspaper published at Naples, in Collier County. Florida, distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida; that the attached copy of the advertising. being a PUBLIC NOTICE in the matter of PUBLIC NOTICE was published in said newspaper I time in the issue on October 21", 2007 Arrant further says that the said Naples Daily News is a newspaper published at Naples, in said Collier Counrv, Florida, and that the said newspaper has heretofore been continuously published in said Collier County, Florida_ distributed in Collier and Lee counties of Florida, each day and has been entered as second class mail matter at the past office in Naples. in said Collier County, Florida, for a period of I year next preceding the first publication of the attached copy of advertisement, and affiant further says that he has neither paid nor promised any person, firm or corporation any discount,rebate, commission or refund for the purpose of securing this advcrnsement for publication in the said newspaper /^1)j (Sign re of affiant) Sworn to and subscribed before me This 21 ". Day of October 2007 (Signature of notary public) •; CHANELA. KDONALD +; Commission DD 651475 E)Ores June 29,2011 at,,fs FEI59- 2578;27 3 w o w. c o 3 9 w 00 S w O S p N o � o w y w" 3 N 2 . 6 n n Fr 3 f. F 3 n o c m c o o n w ^O T QS -� A o^ w O El- 0 m N m p^ m o a d o 3 w w 3 ^_ p -C) O N' a ^- T o " S N 0 c oa _ o- C o- n 3 o as "3 n u M �F N l Alt interested parties are invited to appear and be heard. Copies of the proposneed amendments are available for Inspection at the Comprehensive hhours pf 8 00 A.Meand 2800 N. 5:00 P.M , Monday through Friday. Any q,�ansthe talning teo.tehrtese documents should be directed to the Com rehenslve Cqms prehensive Planning Department t prior to�November 1,12007W , w l be read and o rnsidered at the public hearing. if,g'psrson decides to appeal any decision made by the Collier County Planning Commission with respect to any matter wnsidered at such meeting or!hearing, he will need a record of that proceeding, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based: Mark P. Strain,. Chairman - Collier County Planning Commission will be heldby the Collier County xw 1.2007'at 8:90 A.M. in the CONSIDERATION OF INTER -LOCAL AGREEMENT i eT'.m Collier County Florida g - Co *nr Count TO: COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FROM: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT DATE: OCTOBER 5, 2007 HEARING DATE: October 18, 2007 RE: PETITION CPSP- 2007 -7, School Concurrency Growth Management Plan Transmittal Hearing — Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element, New Public School Facilities Element and Data and Analysis Report, and the Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency Interlocal Agreement The Collier County Planning Commission previously received the Staff Report and the School District's versions of the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) and Data and Analysis Report, proposed amendments to the County's Capital Improvement Element (CIE) and Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE), and the School Concurrency Interlocal Agreement (ILA) at the September 6, 2007 CCPC meeting. Additionally, the CCPC received a supplemental packet containing County staffs versions of the Public School Facility Element, Capital Improvement Element and the Intergovernmental Coordination Element on or about September 16, 2007. Now, please find attached for your review and consideration the further revised Public School Facilities Element, Capital Improvement Element, Intergovernmental Coordination Element and the Interlocal Agreement, which include additional revisions proposed by County staff, as well as revisions agreed to by management of the School District and the County. These attached documents replace all previously provided versions. The following changes are those agreed to by upper- management from the School District and County Government: • PSFE - Policy 1.3.1 - Policy 1.3.2 - Objective 1.4 - Policy 1.4.1 • CIE - Policy 1.4.1 A. - Policy 1.5.4 C: "Adopted by reference..." - CIE page 28, #5: "Adopted by reference..." - CIE page 29, #613: "Adopted by reference... • ILA - Section 7.1 - Section 12.3 (b) - Section 13.8 (a) - Section 13.8 (a) (2) If you have any questions, please contact Michele Mosca in the Comprehensive Planning Department at 403 -2466 at your convenience. 2 o e-r County TO: COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FROM: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT HEARING DATE: September 20, 2007 RE: PETITION CPSP- 2007 -7, School Concurrency, Growth Management Plan Amendments (not part of the 2007 Cycle of GMP amendments — exempt from the twice per year amendments to the GMP per Section 163.3177(12) (i), Florida Statues). The Collier County Planning Commission has been provided the Staff Report in conjunction with the Inter -local Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency, new Public School Facilities Element and Support Document, and the Growth Management Plan amendments to the County's Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element. At this time there are outstanding issues identified in all related School Concurrency documents. Comprehensive Planning staff will be drafting alternative language to address the deficiencies cited in the Staff Report. Staff anticipates that the alternative language will be provided to the Commission by September 14, 2007 in order to allow sufficient review time prior the September 20, 2007 meeting. If you have any questions pertaining to the forthcoming alternative language, please contact me at 403 -2466 at your convenience. Agenda Item 8.A. Co r Co>y.-nty STAFF REPORT TO: COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FROM: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT HEARING DATE: September 20, 2007 RE: PETITION CPSP - 2007 -7, School Concurrency, Growth Management Plan Amendments (not part of the 2007 Cycle of GMP amendments — exempt from the twice per year amendments to the GMP per Section 163.3177(12) (i), Florida Statues). (TRANSMITTAL HEARING) AGENT /APPLICANT: The District School Board of Collier County Facilities Management 5775 Osceola Trail Naples, FL 34109 Comprehensive Planning Department Community Development and Environmental Service Division Collier County Government 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104 GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: The proposed Growth Management Plan (GMP) amendments and Inter -local Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency are not site specific. PURPOSE/DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: Pursuant to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, the County is required to adopt an Inter -local Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency, and amend its Growth Management Plan, including adding a new Public School Facilities Element and Support Document, and amending the Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element, to establish and implement a school concurrency program within Collier County. BACKGROUND AND PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, The 2005 Florida Legislature, in Senate Bill 360, enacted legislation amending Sections 163.3180 and 163.3177, F.S., requiring the implementation of a public school concurrency program. The implementation of the program will require coordinated planning among the County, the three municipalities and the District School Board of Collier County, the result of which will be a collaborative and financially feasible process to ensure that adequate school capacity is available at the time of residential impact. Agenda Item 8.A. Pursuant to State requirements, Collier County must adopt a school concurrency program that is internally consistent with the Collier County Growth Management Plan no later than March 1, 2008. Thereafter, the County is required to incorporate the Comprehensive Plan amendments into the Land Development Code within 180 days from the effective date of the School Concurrency Growth Management Plan amendments. STAFF ANALYSIS: The District School Board of Collier County retained the consulting services of Kimley -Horn and Associates, Inc. to prepare the requisite Inter -local Agreement, new Public School Facilities Element and Support Document, and amendments to the local governments' Capital Improvement Element and Intergovernmental Coordination Element, to establish and implement a school concurrency program within the County, as mandated by the State. County staff has prepared the following analysis to provide the Planning Commission with an outline of the statutory requirements for each component of School Concurrency and to detail any deficiencies. 1. Inter -local AnrP.prnn tt III M fnr Pnhlin Qrhnnl FonilB.. Di-- -.... The School District, County and municipalities must enter into an inter -local agreement to share information on matters such as, but not limited to, school enrollment figures; school capacities; plans for new schools, school expansions, and school closures; population projections; and projected new residential developments. Sections 163.31777(2)(a) —(i) and 163.3180 (13)(g)(1) -(8), F.S. require at a minimum the ILA address the following: a) A process by which each local government and the district school board agree and base their plans on consistent projections of the amount, type, and distribution of population growth and student enrollment. The geographic distribution of jurisdiction -wide growth forecasts is a major objective of the process. b) A process to coordinate and share information relating to existing and planned public school facilities, including school renovations and closures, and local government plans for development and redevelopment. c) Participation by affected local governments with the district school board in the process of evaluating potential school closures, significant renovations to existing schools, and new school site selection before land acquisition. Local governments shall advise the district school board as to the consistency of the proposed closure, renovation, or new site with the local comprehensive plan, including appropriate circumstances and criteria under which a district school board may request an amendment to the comprehensive plan for school siting. d) A process for determining the need for and timing of onsite and offsite improvements to support new, proposed expansion, or redevelopment of existing schools. The process must address identification of the party or parties responsible for the improvements. e) A process for the school board to inform the local government regarding the effect of comprehensive plan amendments on school capacity. The capacity reporting must be consistent with laws and rules relating to measurement of school facility capacity and must also identify how the district school board will meet the public school demand based on the facilities work program adopted pursuant to s. 1013.35. Agenda Item 8.A. I) Participation of the local governments in the preparation of the annual update to the district school board's 5 -year district facilities work program and educational plant survey prepared pursuant to s. 1013.35. g) A process for determining where and how joint use of either school board or local government facilities can be shared for mutual benefit and efficiency. h) A procedure for the resolution of disputes between the district school board and local governments, which may include the dispute resolution processes, contained in chapters 164 and 186. i) An oversight process, including an opportunity for public participation, for the implementation of the interlocal agreement. 1. Establish the mechanisms for coordinating the development, adoption, and amendment of each local government's public school facilities element with each other and the plans of the school board to ensure a uniform district -wide school concurrency system. 2. Establish a process for the development of siting criteria which encourages the location of public schools proximate to urban residential areas to the extent possible and seeks to co- locate schools with other public facilities such as parks, libraries, and community centers to the extent possible. 3. Specify uniform, district -wide level -of- service standards for public schools of the same type and the process for modifying the adopted level- of-service standards. 4. Establish a process for the preparation, amendment, and joint approval by each local government and the school board of a public school capital facilities program which is financially feasible, and a process and schedule for incorporation of the public school capital facilities program into the local government comprehensive plans on an annual basis. 5. Define the geographic application of school concurrency. If school concurrency is to be applied on a less than districtwide basis in the form of concurrency service areas, the agreement shall establish criteria and standards for the establishment and modification of school concurrency service areas. The agreement shall also establish a process and schedule for the mandatory incorporation of the school concurrency service area and the criteria and standards for establishment of the service areas into the local government comprehensive plans. The agreement shall ensure maximum utilization of school capacity, taking into account transportation costs and court- approved desegregation plans, as well as other factors. The agreement shall also ensure the achievement and maintenance of the adopted level - of- service standards for the geographic area of application throughout the 5 years covered by the public school capital facilities plan and thereafter by adding a new fifth year during the annual update. Define the geographic application of school concurrency. If school concurrency is to be applied on a less than districtwide basis in the form of concurrency service areas, the agreement shall establish criteria and standards for the establishment and modification of school concurrency service areas. The agreement shall also establish a process and schedule for the mandatory incorporation of the school concurrency service area and the criteria and standards for establishment of the service areas into the local government comprehensive plans. The agreement shall ensure maximum utilization of school capacity, taking into account transportation costs and court - approved desegregation plans, as well as other factors. The agreement shall also ensure the achievement and maintenance of the adopted level - of- service standards for the geographic area of application throughout the 5 years covered by the public school capital facilities plan and thereafter by adding a new fifth year during the annual update. 6. Establish a uniform districtwide procedure for implementing school concurrency which provides for: a. The evaluation of development applications for compliance with school concurrency requirements, including information provided by the school board on affected schools, impact on levels of service, and programmed improvement for affected schools and any options to provide sufficient capacity. Agenda Item 8.A. b. An opportunity for the school board to review and comment on the effect of comprehensive plan amendments and rezonings on the public school facilities plan; and c. The monitoring and evaluation of the school concurrency system. 7. Include provisions related to amendment of the agreement. 8. A process and uniform methodology for determining proportionate -share mitigation pursuant to subparagraph (e) 1 (below). (s. 163.3180 (e) 1. — Appropriate mitigation options include the contribution of land; the construction, expansion, or payment for land acquisition or construction of a public school facility; or the creation of mitigation banking based on the construction of a public school facility in exchange for the right to sell capacity credits. Such options must include execution by the applicant and the local government of a binding development agreement that constitutes a legally binding commitment to pay proportionate- share mitigation for the additional residential units approved by the local government in a development order and actually developed on the property, taking into account residential density allowed on the property prior to the plan amendment that increased overall residential density. The district school board shall be a party to such and agreement. As a condition of its entry into such a development agreement, the local government may require the landowner to agree to continuing renewal of the agreement upon its expiration.) Staff has determined the ILA is deficient and does not adequately address the provisions of the Florida Statutes, as outlined above. The following is an analysis of the major deficiencies in the ILA: District School Board's Capital Improvement Plan Reference: ILA Subsection 13.5 Deficiencies: The proposed ILA does not include a process for the affected local government's approval of a public school capital facilities program which is financially feasible, as required by s. 163.3180 (13) (g) 4., F.S. Potential Impact(s): Failure to allow approval by local governments and the school district of a public school capital facilities program may result in disjointed facility planning and internal inconsistencies in a local governments' capital improvement element; Ch. 163, F.S., requires internal consistency. Co- location and Shared Use Opportunities Reference: ILA Subsection 10.1 Deficiencies: The proposed ILA does not include a process for determining where and howjoint use of either school board or local government facilities can be shared for mutual benefit and efficiency, as required by Sections 1013.33 (3)(g) and 163.31777 (2)(g), F.S. Potential Impact(s): Failure to identify a process that determines where and how joint use of facilities may be shared may result in an inefficient use of resources. Supporting Infrastructure: Reference: ILA Subsection 7.1 Deficiencies: The proposed ILA does not include a process for determining the need for, and timing of, onsite and offsite improvements to support new, proposed expansion, or redevelopment of existing schools, and does not include a process for the identification of the party or parties responsible for the improvements, as required by Sections 1013.33 (3)(d) and 163.31777 (2)(d), F.S. Potential Impact(s): Failure to identify needed infrastructure for public school facilities early in the planning stages, as well as establishing a cost sharing arrangement between the District and County for needed improvements, may result Agenda Item 8.A. in major unanticipated financial expenditures for the District, County, or both agencies. Alternative Review Process Reference: ILA Subsection 12.3 b. Deficiencies: The proposed ILA does not provide a mechanism for the continuation of the in -effect School Board Review (SBR) ILA (adopted in May 2003 by the District School Board and Collier County Board of County Commissioner). Although not a required component of the School Concurrency ILA, Florida Statutes allow school districts and local governments to enter into agreements to address school review processes, off -site improvements, etc. Potential Impact(s): All planned and proposed development of the School Board is subject to the mandates of the Collier County Growth Management Plan and Land Development Code. The current SBR ILA defines the process and associated limits to the application of those standards and mandates. Absent a defined school review process, development delays and level of service standards deficiencies may result. Staff will provide an addendum to this Staff Report prior to the September 20, 2007 CCPC hearing, which will include recommended text changes to the ILA. 2. Public School Facilities Element (PSFE): The County and the municipalities must modify their comprehensive plans by adding a public school facilities element that codifies the provisions in the inter -local agreement. The PSFE must include provisions such as, but not limited to, rules for determining, and establishing, the level of service standards (LOSS) for each type of school (elementary, middle and high schools) within the County, and the geographic areas (concurrency service areas — CSAs) in which school concurrency shall be applied. Section 163.3177 (12)(d) -(h), Florida Statutes, requires that the PSFE include the following: (d) The element shall contain one or more goals which establish the long -term end toward which public school programs and activities are ultimately directed. (e) The element shall contain one or more objective for each goal, setting specific, measurable, intermediate ends that are achievable and mark progress toward a goal. (f) The element shall contain one or more policies for each objective which establish the way in which programs and activities will be conducted to achieve and identified goal. (g) The objective and policies shall address items such as! 1. The procedure for an annual update process; 2. The procedure for school site selection; 3. The procedure for school permitting; 4. Provision for infrastructure necessary to support proposed schools, including potable water, wastewater, drainage, solid waste, transportation, and means by which to assure safe access to schools, including sidewalks, bicycle paths, turn lanes, and signalization; 5. Provision for co- location of other public facilities, such as parks, libraries, and community centers, in proximity to schools; 6. Provision for location of schools proximate to residential areas and to complement the patterns of development, including the location of future school sites so they serve as community focal points; .. 7. Measures to ensure compatibility of school sites and surrounding land uses; S. Coordination with adjacent local governments and the school district on emergency preparedness issues, including the use of public schools to serve as emergency shelters; and 9. Coordination with the future land use element. Agenda Item 8.A. (h) The element shall include one or more future conditions maps which depict the anticipated location of educational and ancillary plants, including the general location of improvements to the existing schools or new schools anticipated over the 5 -year or long -term planning period. Maps indicating general locations of future schools or school improvements may not prescribe a land use on a particular parcel of land. Staff has determined the PSFE is deficient. The Goal, Objectives and Policies within the Element fail to adequately address the following requirements of the Florida Statutes and 9J- 5.025, F.A.C. • Goal: Goal 1 is not all inclusive as it does not address coordination. • Objectives: Objective 1.3 must be separated into multiple Objectives with corresponding Policies. • Policies: Policy 1.3.3 does not provide measures to ensure compatibility of school sites and surrounding land uses. Policy 1.3.3 A. belongs with a policy that addresses supporting infrastructure. Policies are not included in the PSFE to address Rule 9J- 5.025(3)(c) 4. - coordination of school site selection and permitting. Policy 1.3.6 does not adequately address Rule 9J- 5.025(3)(c) 3. — coordination of the annual review of the element with the school board, the county, and applicable municipalities; coordination of annual review of school enrollment projections, and establishing procedures for the annual update process. Staff will provide an addendum to this Staff Report prior to the September 20, 2007 CCPC hearing, which will include recommended tent changes to the PSFE. 3. PSFE Data and Analysis Reoort• The Public School Facilities Element shall be based upon data and analyses that address, among other items, how level -of- service standards will be achieved and maintained. Such data and analyses must include, at a minimum, such items as: 1. The inter -local agreement adopted pursuant to s_ 163.31777 and the 5 -year school district facilities work program adopted pursuant to s. 1013.35; 2. The educational plant survey prepared pursuant to s. 1013.31 and an existing educational and ancillary plant map or map series; 3. Information on existing development and development anticipated for the next 5 years and the long -term planning period; 4. An analysis of problems and opportunities for existing schools and schools anticipated in the future; 5. An analysis of opportunities to co- locate future schools with other public facilities such as parks, libraries, and community centers; Agenda Item 8.A. 6. An analysis of the need for supporting public facilities for existing and future schools; 7. An analysis of opportunities to locate schools to serve as community focal points; 8. Projected future population and associated demographics, including development patterns year by year for the upcoming 5 -year and long -term planning periods; and 9. Anticipated educational and ancillary plants with land area requirements. Staff has determined the Data and Analysis Report contains deficiencies that, if not corrected prior to Adoption, would result in a recommendation of denial by staff at the Adoption hearing. The Report fails to adequately address the following, as required by Florida Statutes and 9J- 5.025 (2)(f), F.A.C. The Data and Analysis Report provides a general analysis on problems and opportunities with existing public school facilities and projected public school facilities relative to supporting infrastructure, co- location of schools with other public facilities, and the location of public schools to serve as community focal points. However, Rule 9J -5.025 (2)(f), F.A.C. specifically requires an "analysis of problems and opportunities with existing public school facilities and projected public school facilities planned in the adopted district facilities work program [underline added for emphasis], including location, supporting infrastructure, and overcrowding in relation to achieving and maintaining level of service standards for the five -year planning period and for the end of the long range planning period of the host county, including: opportunities and problems in collocating existing projected public school facilities with other public facilities such as parks, libraries and community center; the need for supporting infrastructure, including, focal points [underline added for emphasis]." The requisite analysis has not been provided for existing facilities, nor High School "EEE" and Elementary Schools "O" and "Q," which are included in the District's facilities work program — to be adopted on September 20, 2007 by the District School Board of Collier County. 4. Capital Improvement Element (CIE) — F.S. 163.3177 and 9J- 5.016. F.A.C: The County must amend its CIE to include provisions, which set forth a financial feasible public school capital facilities plan, demonstrating that the adopted LOSS will be achieved and maintained. Staff has determined the proposed changes to the CIE set forth a financially feasible public school capital facilities plan, as described above. However, the District's CIP, as proposed, includes the opening of Schools "EEE" and "O" in year 2012 — within the County's 5 -year planning period. Both schools will require roadway improvements for access and to accommodate additional traffic impacts, which are not scheduled in the County's 5 -year CIE. (The estimated road construction cost of Vanderbilt Beach Road extension from Collier Boulevard to Wilson Boulevard ( ±5.05 miles) to accommodate the anticipated traffic needs of School "EEE" is approximately 25 million dollars per mile. Additionally, the estimated road construction cost of County Barn Road from Davis Boulevard to Rattlesnake Hammock Road (2 miles) to accommodate anticipated traffic impacts from School "O" is approximately 42 million dollars.) Therefore, the inclusion of the District's CIP in the County's CIE, without an identified funding source for the needed infrastructure improvements for the schools listed, would cause the CIE not to be financially feasible. Agenda Item 8.A. Staff recommends modifying the proposed Policies in the CIE to strengthen provisions to require coordinated planning between the County and the School District. Staff will provide an addendum to this Staff Report prior to the September 20, 2007 CCPC hearing, which will include recommended text changes to the CIE. 5. Interaovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) — F S 163 3177 (6)(h)• The County must amend its ICE to include provisions that identify the principles and guidelines to be used in the coordination of the County's Comprehensive Plan with the plans of the School Board, such as joint processes for collaborative planning and decision making on population projections and public school siting, the location and extension public facilities subject to concurrency, and siting facilities with countywide significance. Additionally, the ICE must state that the coordination with the School Board is pursuant to the ILA and must also state the obligations of the local government under the Agreement. Staff has determined the proposed changes to the ICE are sufficient and meet the intent of the applicable Florida Statutes. However, staff recommends modifying Policy 2.6 to remove redundant text, `the provision of infrastructure, particularly roads," and include a reference to the proposed amended Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency Inter -local Agreement. NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING (NIM) SYNOPSIS A NIM is not required for Growth Management Plan amendments which are not site specific, per Section 10.03.05 F. of the Land Development Code. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: This staff report has been reviewed and approved by the Office of the County Attorney. In accordance with Florida Statutes, the County is required to establish and implement of School Concurrency Program. If the County fails to adopt a Program, the State has the option of imposing financial sanctions and prohibiting the County from adopting Comprehensive Plan amendments that would increase residential density. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Collier County Planning Commission forward the new Public School Facilities Element and Support Document, the School Concurrency Growth Management Plan amendments and the Inter -local Agreement for Public School Facility Planning and School Concurrency, with staff recommended revisions, to the Board of County Commissioners with a recommendation to transmit to the Florida Department of Community Affairs. (Transmittal is recommended with the understanding that if a mutual agreement on outstanding issues is not reached between Collier County and the District School Board by time of Adoption, a staff recommendation of denial will be forthcoming or, in the alternative, if possible, an approval of a version proposed by Collier County that is consistent with Chapter 163, F.S., and Rule 9J -5, F.A.C.) Agenda Item 8.A. PREPARED BY: xi 'z DATE: s 0 7- M R. M AICP MPREE PLANNING DEPARTMENT REVIEWED BY: DATE: 0 7 DAVID WEEKS, AICP, PLANNING MANAGER COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT REVIEWED B RANDY C HEN, AICP, DIRECTOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DEPARTMENT REVIEWED BY: DATE: —l- S' (n 7 •n�t� U 'U DATE: MARJ IE M. STUDENT-STIRLING ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY OFFICE OF THE COLLIER COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVED BY: EPH K. SCHMITT, ADMINISTRATOR MMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & VIRONMENTAL SERVICES DIVISION PETITION NO.: CPSP- 2007 -7 Staff Report for the September 20, 2007, CCPC Meeting. DATE: -) - 5-o ?- NOTE: This petition has been advertised for the October 23, 2007, BCC Meeting. COLLIER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION: MARK STRAIN, CHAIRMAN G: CompUomp. Pan AmWmeft=07 I Ad at t A I Table of Contents for the Interlocal Agreement 3.1 Staff Working Group 3.2 Meetina of Elected Officials Section 4. Student Enrollment and Population Proiections 7 4.1 Projection Coordination 4.2 Student Enrollment Proiections 4.3 Sub - County Plannina Sectors 4.4 Student Generation Multipliers 4.5 Population Proiections Section 5. Coordinating and Sharing of Information g 5.1 Capital Improvements Plan 5.2 Growth and Development Trends Section 6. School Site Selection and School Remodeling Review 9 6.1 School Site Selection and School Remodeling 6.2 Site Selection Review 6.3 Timing Section 7. Supporting Infrastructure ................ 12 Section 8. Local Agency Review of Comprehensive Plan Amendments Rezoninas and Developments of Regional Impact ....... .... 12 8.1 School District Representation on the Local Planning Agency 8.2 Notification of Potential Enrollment Impacts 8.3 School District Response 8.4 Insufficient Capacitv 8.5 Review Criteria 8.6 Community Development Section 9. Educational Plant Survey .... 14 r Words underlined are added; words sga& IhFsugh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words e sh mh tyrengltare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Section 10. Co- Location and Shared Use ................................................... .............................14 Section 11 Citizen Advisory Oversight Group ............................................. .............................14 11.1 Establishment 11.2 Membership 11.3 Duties 11.4 Organization Section 12. Site Plan Review for Schools ................................................... .............................16 12.1 School Site Plan Review 12.2 Local Government Approval 12.3 Alternative Review Process Section 13 Requirements for the School Concurrence Program ................. .............................14 13.1 School Concurrence Established 13.2 Level of Service 13.3 Concurrence Service Area Boundaries 13.4 Specific Responsibilities of the School District 13.5 School District's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan 13.6 Tentative Educational Facilities Plan 13.7 Specific Responsibilities of the County and Cities 13.8 Required Comprehensive Plan Amendments 13.9 School Concurrence Regulations 13.10 Commencement of School Concurrence Section 14. Uniform School Concurrence Process ...................................... .............................22 14.1 General Provisions 14.2 School Concurrencv Application Review 14.3 School Concurrencv Approval 14.4 Development Review Table 14.5 Proportionate Share Mitioation 14.6 Appeal Process Section 15. Special Provisions .................................................................... .............................28 Words underlined are added; words simak thFeegh are deleted Words double underling— added; words e deleted —both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 15.1 School District Requirements 15.2 Land Use Authority Section 16. Resolution of Disputes 29 Section 17 Amendment of the Agreement 29 Section 18. Execution of the Agreement 29 Section 19. Termination of the Agreement 29 Section 20. Entire Agreement ........ 30 Section21. Effective Date ........................................................................... .............................30 Signature Pages ................. ... .. .... 30-34 Appendix ............. .......... 35 38 Appendix "A° — Concurrencv Service Area (CSA) Maps Appendix "B" — School District Student Generation Multiplier Appendix "C — School Concurrencv Review Process Flow Chart Appendix "D" — Calendar of Kev Annual Deadlines Words underlined are added; words sn ough are deleted Words double under! ned are added; words Aexbk ~jj dwsugh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY PLANNING AND SCHOOL CONCURRENCY This Interlocal Agreement (hereinafter referred to as "Agreement" is entered into by and between the following parties: The Collier County Board of County Commissioners (hereinafter referred to as the "County "): Everglades City, a municipal corporation: the City of (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Cities "): - and the District School Board of Collier County, €Lerida (hereinafter referred to as the "School ReardDistrict "). The Countv, the Cities, and the School District—,tegethef- are hereinafter referred to collectively as the "Parties'_. WHEREAS, the Parties recognize their mutual obligation and responsibility for the education, nurturing and general well -being of the children of Collier County; and WHEREAS, the Parties recognize the benefits to the citizens and students of their community by more closely coordinating their comprehensive land use and school facilities planning programs to ensure rp omote: (1) better coordination of new schools in time and place with land development; (2) greater efficiency for the Parties 8Gh9Gl 13eaFd and the County by through the placement of schools to take advantage of existing and planned roads, water, sewer, parks, and drainage systems; (3) improved student access and safety by coordinating the construction of new and expanded schools with the --road and sidewalk construction programs ei the Geunty; (4) the location and design of schools so that they serve as community focal points; (5) the location and design of schools with parks, ballfields, libraries, and other community facilities to take advantage of joint use opportunities; and (6) the location of new schools and expansion and rehabilitation of existing schools so as to reduce pressures contributing to urban sprawl and support existing neighborhoods; and WHEREAS, the Parties have determined that it is necessary and appropriate for the to provide capacity for proiected new growth: and WHEREAS, Section1013.33 (10), Florida Statute6F_S., requires that the location of public educational facilities must be consistent with the comprehensive plan and implementing land development regulations of the County and Cities, (hereinafter together referred to as the "Local Governments ") ; and WHEREAS, Sections 163.3177(6)(h) 1 and 2, Florida StatuterF_S., require each Loocal Ggovernment's comprehensive plan include to adopt an intergovernmental coordination element stating the principles and guidelines to be used in the to accomplishment ef-the coordination of the adopted comprehensive plan with the plans of the School DistrictSefaeel-Beard, and describe the processes for collaborative planning and decision making on population projections and public school siting; and WHEREAS, Section 163.3177(6)(h)2, €!er-ida SfatatesF_S., further requiredss each Words underlined are added; words s�ek- Hxengk are deleted Words double are added; words mare deleted -- both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) the Parties to establish by interlocal or other formal agreement, executed by all affected entities, the joint processes described above consistent with their adopted intergovernmental coordination element; and WHEREAS. the Local Governments are entering into this Agreement in reliance on the Local Governments to add enough capacity to the Plan in each succeeding fifth year to address projected growth In order to maintain the adopted level of service standard and to Plan amendments rezonings and other development orders that generate students and impact the Public school system and the Cities have similar jurisdiction within their boundaries; and WHEREAS. the School District has the statutory and constitutional responsibility to provide a uniform system of free and adequate public schools on a countywide basis and WHEREAS, the Parties enter into this Agreement in fulfillment of the above referenced statutory requirements and in recognition of the benefits accruing to their citizens and students described above; and WHEREAS, the parties hereto are authorized to enter into this Interlocal Agreement pursuant to Sections 163.01, Seetien- 163.3177(6)(h)2., and Sesti R 1013.33(2)(a), F19Fida StaWtesF_S.; and WHEREAS, upon the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) acceptance of this Agreement, and upon the commitment of the Parties hereto to abide by and seek fulfillment of the terms and conditions of the Agreement, that -DCA shall recognize the Agreement as fully satisfying €lAFida Statutes Sections 1013.33 and 163.3177 F.S. . requirements for cooperative planning for all Parties involved, both individually and collectively. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the public benefits to be realized from the coordinationg -_and review of public educational facilities' planning and the use of a school concurrence system, the Parties hereby agree as follows: Wards underlined are added; words s gh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words dexbla*Ewek- dwo*ghti a deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Heating) Section 1. Recitals The foregoing recitals are adopted and incorporated by reference as if set forth fully herein. The following definitions and procedures will be used to coordinate public facilities planning, afO -land use planning and school concurrence: Section 2. Definitions Ancillary Facilities: The building site and site improvements necessary to provide support services to a school district's educational program including, but not limited to vehicle storage and maintenance warehouses or administrative buildings. Applicant: For the purposes of school concurrence any person or entity undertaking a residential development. Attendance Boundary: The geoaraohic area which is established to identify the public school assianment of students residina within that area. Capital Plan. available to service a development. Charter School: An alternative public school authorized pursuant to Section 1002.33, F.S. and built to meet the State Reauirements for Educational Facilities standards when used as a Proportionate Share Mitigation Option. Class Size Reduction: As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the Florida Constitution_ as amended a provision to ensure that by the beginning of the 2010 school year, there are a sufficient number of classrooms in a public school so that: exceed 18 students: 2. The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is teaching in public school classrooms for grades 4 through 8 does not exceed 22 students: and Words underlined are added; words sa ek- dmsugb are deleted Words double underlined are added; words &vblea�are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6107 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 3. The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is teaching in public school classrooms for grades 9 through 12 does not exceed 25 students. Comprehensive Plan: As provided by Section 163 3164(4) F S as amended a plan that meets the requirements of 163.3177 and 163 3178 F.S. Concurrence: As provided for in the Florida Administrative Code Rule 9J-5.003, the reviewed for school concurrence purposes Consistency: As provided by Section 163 3194 F.S. Development: As provided by Sections 163.3164(6) and 380 04 F.S. Developer: As provided by Section 163.3164(5) F.S. Development Permit: As provided by Section 163.3164(8). F.S. planning period. Words underlined are added; words soh me deleted Words double and rlin d are added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Exempt Local Government: A municipality which is not required to participate in 163.31777(1)(c), F.S. Financial Feasibility: As provided in Section 163.3164(32), F.S., as amended, maintained within the period covered by the 5 -year schedule of capital improvements. on a percentage of the total number of existing student stations and a designated size for each program. Full -Time Equivalent (FTE) Student Count — Fall Semester: A fall semester count of all `lull -time equivalent' students, pursuant to Section 1011.62, F.S. Governmental Agency: As provided by Section 163.3164 00), F.S. Governing Body: The Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, the Councils of the incorporated municipalities or any other chief governing body of a unit of local characteristics of the facility. Local Government: Collier County and /or the Cities located within its the County boundary pursuant to Section 163.3164 (13), F.S. Words underlined are added; words seaek thfexgk are deleted Words do ,bloom are added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) enrollment district -wide. Permanent Classroom: An area within a school that provides instructional space for the maximum number of students in core - curricula courses which are assigned to a teacher based on the constitutional amendment for class size reduction and is not moveable. Permanent Student Station: The floor area in a permanent classroom required to house a Department student in an instructional program as determined by the Florid of d l atlon FB®(i. peen aaaressea. Section 163.3180(13)(e) F.S. Proposed New Residential Development: Any application for new residential development or any amendment to a previously approved residential development which results in an increase in student impacts Residential Development: Any development that is comprised of dwelling units in whole or in part for human habitation School Board: The governing body of the School District a political subdivision of the State of Florida and a body corporate pursuant to Section 1001 40 F.S. School District of Collier County: The School District created and existina pursuant to Section 4 Article IX of the State of Florida Constitution type ang whether the proposed development is conceptually approved or vested Words underlined are added; words ugh are deleted Work dnuble m derlined are added; words J %A le Sk m@'- dw ewSh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) time, as permitted by the F.S. historic and projected growth rates. Type of School: Schools providing the same level of education i.e elementary, middle, high school, or other combination of grade levels. Section 23. Joint Workshop Meetings 23.1 Staff Working Group (SWG). A staff working group with up to four staff-level representatives from theeach Local Govern mentGeuaty_and the School District will meet on an as needed basis, but no less frequently than hvise -four times per year, to formulate recommendations and discuss issues regarding coordination of land use, and ssheel educational facilities y, Local Government capital improvements planning, 4wAudiag- suGhand issues such as population and student enrollment projections, development trends, school needs, co- location and joint use opportunities, and aneiiiaFy infrastructure improvements needed to support the schools. The SWG will also be responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on the School District Five -Year Capital IIMU[Qyerllent Plan. and Representatives from the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council will also be invited to attend. The School District—staff, in coordination with the Local Governments' 6gw*Managers, or their designees (or the Mayor if there is not a Manaaer), will be responsible for appointing their respective staff representatives to the SWG. , Tthe process for meeting arrangements and notification will be as established by a majeriiy-ef -the members of the werkiRg jq)upSWG • ePA. 2.23.2 Meeting of Elected Officials. One or more of the elected members of the County Commission, City Council for each CiN and the School Board will -shall Words underlined are added; words sbaelcfreugh are deleted Words double are added; words ire deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) meet. at a minimum, every other year in a publicly noticed joint workshop session. Additional pUblic workshops may be held upon request by one of the Parties to the Agreement . The joint workshop sessions will be opportunities for the BeaFdParties to build consensus, and set direction regarding coordination of land use and school facilities planning, including, but not limited to the following: population and student estimates and projections, development trends, school needs, off site improvements, and joint use opportunities. The Local GovernmentGGm#y- Managers and School BeaFd SupeFiRtendeRLDistrict will be jointly responsible for making meeting arrangements and providing kqbk notification for the joint workshops. Section 34. Student Enrollment and Population Projections 4.1 Projection Coordination. In fulfillment of their respective planning duties, the Ceu+l#yLocal Governments and the School District Ssbeek-geard- -agree to coordinate their respective plans to include capital improvement plans and future land use plans based upon agreed -upon the Local Governments' population projections distribution of pop Ration growth . and at the amount 4f, residential units batype single family, multi - family, t . ?and the School District's distribution of sWUMLpopulation growth and student enrollment. 4.2 . _Student Enrollment Projections. The School District Rear shall utilize the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) five -year county -wide student enrollment projections. The Scheel ReaFdSchool District may request that the FDOE projections be adjusted to reflect actual enrollment and development trends not anticipated by the FDOE projections using the COHORT Projections Waiver available on the FDOE website. In formulating such a request, the School District Ssheel­-@eard -will coordinate with the Local Governments Geunty- regarding future population projections and growth. Five -year population and student enrollment projections shall be revised annually to ensure that new residential development and redevelopment information provided by the GewPAy Local Governments are reflected in the updated projections. The student enrollment 334.3 Sub - County Planning Sectors. Staff from the Local Governments Geuiclp,, sta#, in coordination with the-School District staffSeheel-@eard, will use information on Gelfaty-growth and development trends f9F WRIRGEWPIDFated aFeas data, such as census iaferraatier -er*-population and housing characteristics, census persons - per- household figures, historic and projected growth rates, and the information described in Subsection 45.2 of this Agreement, to project residential units by type fer dive Yeats (single family, multi - family and mobile home) for five years and allocate these units into sub - county planning sectors, such as stue^t a#endw^GG zonesConcurrency Service Areas (CSAs) consistent with county -wide projections. The planning sectors will be established by mutual consent of the Scheel SeaFd Words underlined are added; words sEr & thfengh me deleted Words double underlined are added; words dexbleetwwk- Owamgh are deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) School Facilities Element (PSFE). The allocation of residential units by type and planning sector will be provided to the School District School Bearcl by September 1 st of each year. 4.4 — Student Generation Multipliers (SGM). The School District -will evaluate the planning sector projections prepared by the 6eua#y1ocal Governments pursuant to Section 4.3 above. The S&091 BeaFd, WOFI(ORg With. Governments. The SGM is then applied to different school types including, but not limited to, traditional public elementary, middle and high schools, as well as other combinations of grade levels. The Section 45. Coordinating and Sharing of Information 5.1 By November list of each year, the School BeaFd District shall submit to the Local The RepeFt –CIP will contain information in tabular, graphic, and textual formats detailing existing and projected school enrollment, existing educational facilities, their locations, the number of portable units (hereinafter 'portables ") in use at each school, and projected facility needs. The Gapital CIP shall also contain the School Districts Five -Vow planned facilities with funding over the next 5 years, and a description of any unmet needs. The Reper�-ClP will -shall provide data for each individual school concerning school capacity based on FDOE criteria and enrollment of each individual school based on actual student counts. The RepeFFCIP Words underlined are added; words s"ek thmugh are deleted Words double underlin n are added; words Aenbleetwrek-tfue A Are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) wW -shall show the generalized locations in which new schools will be needed, along with planned renovations, expansions and closures of existing schools. The CIP Repent -w4- hall indicate propertyies the School Sea+d District has already acquired through develeW8kplicant donation, eF— properlyies for which there is an develepeFApplicant obligation to provide property to the SsheeF- SeaFdSchool District, at the School Districtm —H's discretion;, eF -and propertyies acquired through other means that are potential school sites. 4.25.2 Growth and Development Trends_a 9FBl_September 1st of each year, the CeuRty -Local Governments will provide the School Beard District with a report on annual growth and development trends. The report will contain information in tabular, graphic and textual formats and will include information regarding development approvals for the preceding year as follows: (a) the type, number, and location of residential dwelling units which have received zoning approval, final subdivision plat approval, or site plan approval; (b) a summary of all comprehensive plan amendments to include a description of any land use changes and the location of the affected area; (c) the number of new residential dwelling units permitted and the location of such residential dwelling units; (d) information regarding the conversion or redevelopment of housing or other structures into residential dwelling units which are likely to generate new students: and (e) identification of any development orders issued which contain a requirement for the provision of a school site as a condition of development approval. The estimated number of students generated from the development approvals from new residential dwelling units will be used in the data and analysis to support the annual update of the School ReaFd'sDistrict's Five -Year Capital Improv m .nt Plan, Five yeaF Appendix "D" provides a suaaested calendar of events for the Parties to this Agreement Section 66. School Site Selection and School Remodeling Review 6.1 School Site Selection and School Remodeling. The School District 13easd swill shall submit to the a# festedapplicable Local Government ReRreview iP@- the potential sites for new schools proposals for FeRevatieR Words underlined are added; words soh are deleted Words dodo ubined are added; words 4e041e-�e deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) expaRSier nd closure.- of existing schools; 10 01 .. .. Lei applicable, vii= schoole 6,2Site Selection Review. The following matters will be considered by the applicable Local Government informal site evalwatieR GOFAMitteG, the COUR hen evaluating potential school sites, expansions, construction that changes the primary use of M (a) The location of school sites that will provide logical focal points for community activities such as the @@RqRqwRili pubk facilities itemized in Subsection 810.1 and serve as the cornerstone for innovative urban design standards, including opportunities for shared use and co- location of community facilities. (b) The location of new elementary and middle schools proximate to residential neighborhoods. Words underlined are added; words soh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words mare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (c) The location of new schools within reasonable walking distance of the residential dwelling units served by the schools, as practicable, under the student assignment program. (d) The location of new high schools on the periphery of residential neighborhoods, with access to major roads. (e) Compatibility of the school site with present and projected uses of adjacent property. (f) Encouragement of community redevelopment and revitalization and efficient use of existing infrastructure and discouraging urban sprawl. (g) Land availability, site acquisition and development costs, and degree of urbanization. (h) Safe access to and from the school site by pedestrians and vehicles. (i) Availability of public facilities and services necessary to serve the proposed school, concurrent with the impacts of the school. Q) Environmental constraints that could preclude development of a public school on the site if mitigation is not available or practicable. (k) Impact on archaeological or historic sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places or designated by the Local Government Gounty-as a locally significant historic or archaeological resource. (1) Soil characteristics that indicate the proposed site is suitable for development or is adaptable for development and outdoor educational purposes with the provision of drainage improvements. (m) The proposed location in relation to the Local Government's 6edat} stormwater management plans or watershed management plans. (n) The proposed location in relation to the velocity -flood zone, a floodway, or the Coastal High Hazard Area, as delineated in the Local Government's Comprehensive Plan. (o) The ability of the site to accommodate the required parking, circulation and queuing of vehicles. (p) The proposed location in relation to any airports considering the requirements of Section 333.03, €lerida &atutesF_S, which regulates the construction of public educational facilities in the viii: nity of an airport. 636.3 Timing. As early as PFast1saWe120 days, but no less than 60 days prior to asp- date- wiut- R,aoa�- Words underlined are added; words &uueb-F H> O are deleted Words double underlined are added; words denbia mM @11 f1wengh .are deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) acquiring or leasing property that may be used for a new public educational facility, expansions. construction that changes the primary use of a facility. percent increase In student CapaCIIV OF IRINONR@ iR6 OF of an existing school, the School Beafd- District shall provide written notice of same to the applicable Local GovernmentGounty. The 6e(ftyLocal Government, upon receipt of this notice, shall notify the School DistrictgeaFd within 45 days if the proposed new school site or @I &R eiiiMiRg s@hool is consistent ASS a7r_nr_:r. ! This preliminary notice does not constitute the- Gounloa determination of consistency by the Local Government pursuant to Section 1013.33(120, €19tida MaiatesF.S.. Section 76. Supporting Infrastructure Words underlined are added; words s"elk Owengh are deleted Words do Eby =�,dPrli�ed are added; words �glfare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6107 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) for the maintenance or improvement of the property of any educational plant or of any facility on such property. Expenditures may also be made for sanitary sewer, water, stormwater, and utility improvements upon or continuous to any existing or proposed educational plant. 7.3 In accordance with 1013.51 (1)(b) The School District may pay its groportionate Section 7-8. Local Planning Agency Review of Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Re zonings, and Developments of Regional Impact Which Increase Residential Density.Apprevals a.8.1 School District Representation on the Local Planning Aaencv. As provided by Section 163.3174, F S as may be amended from time to time tT-he Geunty Local Governments will include a nonvoting representative appointed by the School Board on the local planning agency, or equivalent agencies, to attend those meetings at which the agency considers comprehensive plan amendments and-rezonings and Develooments of Regional Impact (DRII that would, if approved, increase residential density on the property that is the subject of the application. The Seaaty -Local Governments may, at4ts in their discretion, grant voting status to the School 13eaFd District representative. The School BeaFd District will receive local planning agency's agendas and appropriate backup materials from the Local Governments Gew4 -and will review and comment as appropriate. ivotnication of Potential Enrollment Impacts The Local Governments County will provide the School DistrictReard notification of all land use applisat;D%Qomprehensive Plan Amendments rezonings and DRIB and development PF9pG6a!s pending before -it -that may affect student enrollment, enrollment projections, or school facilities. Such notice will be provided at least 4-4 20 days prior to approval of the application. This notice requirement applies to amendments to the Comprehensive PlanGravAh MaRagement Plan, �,,�t a„d 8.3 School 8eardDistrict Response. After notification by the Geu*Local Government, RF461 POOF tO OPRIFOONG14 OPPFE11081, the School 2istrictl3eard wi4shall advise the County Local Government, at least 10 days prior to appli .atio approval. of the school enrollment impacts anticipated to result from the proposed land use appliGatiGn Comprehensive Plan Amendment rezoning or DRI-er and whether sufficient capacity exists or is planned in order to accommodate the impacts. 8.4 Insufficient Capacity. Based on th adopted Words underli ed me added; words seuali Oneugq are deleted Words double d l n are added; words 9eYbleeax A limagh are deleted -both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 00 /l8/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) level of service standard for schools, if sufficient capacity is not available or planned to serve the development at the time of impact, the School District@eard shall specify the anticipated student enrollment deficiency. fees, If sufficient capacity is not available or planned to serve the development at The review by the School District staff regarding comprehensive plan sufficient capacity. 8.5 Review Criteria. In reviewing and approving land use applications, rezoning requests and development DRIs. the 6eupty -Local Governments will consider, if applicable, the following issues; . (a) Providing school sites and facilities within planned neighborhoods. (b) Insuring the compatibility of land uses adjacent to existing schools and reserved school sites. (c) The co- location of parks, recreation and community facilities with school sites. (d) The linkage of schools, parks, libraries and other public facilities with bikeways, trails, and sidewalks. (e) Insuring the development of traffic circulation plans to serve schools and the surrounding neighborhood. (f) Providing off -site signalization, signage, access, other transportation improvements and sidewalks to serve aA schools. (g) The inclusion of school bus stops and turnarounds in new developments. (h) Encouraging the private sector to identify and implement creative solutions to developing adequate school facilities in residential developments. (i) School DistrictReafd comments on GFGMh Manageme omprehensive Plan amendments, rezoninas and DRIs is GallieFc Words underlined are added; words s"ek dffeugh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words 9e41e stio -sh Mm ogh w— deleted -both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Q) Available school capacity, planned improvements or mitigation for insufficient plaRned t9 OROFea6e 6G capacity. 48.6 Community Development. In formulating community development plans and programs, the SeunWLocal Governments will consider the following issues: 1-(al Target community development improvements in older and distressed neighborhoods near schools. 24b) Coordinate County- programs and capital improvements that are consistent with and meet the capital needs identified in the School District's Scheel Beards school facilities plan. &(c) Encourage developments and property owners to donate school sites at predevelopment prices, assist with the construction of new facilities or renovateieR t® existing facilities, and provide transportation alternatives. 4.(d) Address and resolve multi - jurisdictional public school issues. Section 89. Educational Plant Survey 84Educational Plant Survey. At least one year prior to preparation of the educational plant survey update, the slat# werklag— greepSWG established in Subsection 23_.1 of this Agreement will assist the School Beard District in the preparation of this update pursuant to Section 1013.33 (3)(f) F S . The staff- wedding greupSWG will evaluate and make recommendations regarding the location and need for new educational facilities, or improvements to existing educational facilities in terms of consistency with the applicable Local Governments' County Comprehensive PlanGFeMh ManaElement Plan. and Section 810. Co- location and Shared Use 10.1 Co- location and Shared Use. Co- location and shared use of facilities are important to both the Scheel - ReaFdSchool District and the Local GovernmentsSeaaty. a. The School Qistrict.Beard in coordination with Local Governments, will look for opportunities to co- locate and share use of school facilities and civic facilities when Words underlined are added; words straw- Ebrsugh are deleted Words double underlined me added; words AeukleannelFilff stgh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 0 0 /] 9/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) preparing the its — Educational Plant Survey and annual Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. Likewise, co- location and shared use opportunities will be considered by the Gaunty –Local Governments, in coordination with the School District, when preparing the updates to 4s-their GrqyAh MaRagerneRtComprehensive Plan, Schedule of Capital Improvements and when planning and designing new, or renovating existing, sity upU<?li facilities. 4" rL A separate agreement between the Scheel BeardSchool District and the Geu*Local Government or other appropriate entity, will be developed for each instance of co- location and shared use which addresses legal liability, operating and maintenance costs, scheduling of use, and facility supervision. Section 4911. Citizen Advisory 8versijM -Group 11.2 Membership, The School Board, aad --the County Commission and each City Council shall ea9h appoint a no more than two (21 citizen members to serve on the CAG. The citizen members shall have knowledge or Words underlined are added; words ewaek dxaugh are deleted Words double a derlived are added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10118107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) a year to the County Commission he Citv Council Band -the SchoolrBoard and the general public on the implementation of this Agreement tegetheFandwitl4 its the effectiveness of school concurrence. conducted in accordance with Florida's Government -in- the - Sunshine law including: (a) Meetings must be open to the public: (b) Reasonable notice of the meetings must be given and (c) Minutes of the meeting must be taken Section 11-2. Site Plan Review for Schools 12.3 review and comment on athe proposed site plan a. Existing Interlocal Agreement between the County and the School District. Words underlined are added; words ssaek4hreugb are deleted Words double underlined are added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) The School District and the County recognize the existence of, and shall remain subject to, the Interlocal Agreement between the County and The School District, dated May 27, 2003, entitled INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA AND THE COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TO ESTABLISH EDUCATIONAL PLANT AND ANCILLARY PLANT SITE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW PROCESSES AND SUBSTANTIVE CRITERIA INCLUDING THE CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY'S GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN AND IMPLEMENTING LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, commonly referred to as the "SBR" review process, as it may be amended from time to time. The School District and the County currently intend that this Agreement shall remain in effect in accordance with its terms. b. Expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement Between the County and the School District. The County and the School District agree that prior to the expiration of the SBR Interlocal Agreement, aReih@F A@Fasm@M ohall they will negotiate in Section 13. Requirements for the School Concurrence Program Words underlined are added; words struele thfough are deleted Words double underlined are added; words d� deleted —both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) issued only if school capacity within a CSA is available in public school school capacity is available to serve the residential development at the the criteria established in the applicable Local Government's Public School Facilities Element (PSFE). nerepy agree tnat the adopted LUS standard shall be 100% of Permanent FISH (a) The School District may use a Tiered LOS standard or a long term planning Period. During the time that the Tiered LOS or the Iona term (a) J- M - u -. e4irsuayne -. . E Lai I 1I. I I Lei 1. I Eel 91OPME.Mal I I G.. -�.. 1 :. u — - Words underlined are added; words stmek dwaugb are deleted Words dQuble double mdr 1 uW are added; words dexbleelnek Onsoglt -are deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9 /6/07 (10 /18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (b) The County and Cities shall adopt the standards for modification of the CSA boundary maps as defined here into the PSFE of the Comprehensive Plan. 2 Specialized schools shall not be included in the CSA's identified above ape groups or grade levels. 1. The adopted LOS standards will be achieved and maintained for each year of the five -year planning period: and 2. The utilization of school capacity will be maximized to the greatest extent possible taking into account transportation costs, court approved desegregation plans and other relevant factors. (d) The Parties shall observe the following process for modifying CSA boundary maps: 1. The School District, in coordination with Local Governments shall review the proposed CSA boundaries and the data and analysis used to proposed changes within forty -five (45) days of receipt. Words underlined are added; words eeaek- dxexgh are deleted Words double md rlin A are added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/19/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 13.4 Specific Responsibilities of the School District By entering into this Statutes: adopted level of service standard for the school type consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. (c) Construct the capacity enhancing and modernization projects which, when migation to provide a unitorm system of free public schools on a county -wide basis. the aeveiopment of new residential dwelling units (e) Provide the Local Governments with the required data and analysis updated annually to support the comprehensive plan elements and any amendments relatina to school concurrencv (g) Review proposed new residential developments for compliance with concurrencv standards, consistent with the requirements of this Agreement (i) Prepare annual reports on enrollment and capacity, consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. Words underlined are added; words 4kaek4ko h are deleted Words double , underlined are added; words dent Im shmek d" aogi are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (k) Provide information to the Local Governments regarding enrollment Local Governments' comprehensive plans, consistent with the reauirements of this Agreement. identify school capacity projects necessary to achieve and maintain the adopted level of service standard for CSAs of each school type and to verify its ability to fund the capital improvement projects for the five year planning period, as amended annually. Ow (b) Timing. The School District shall update and adopt the Five -Year Capital shall: 1. Specify all new construction remodeling or renovation projects which will add permanent capacity or modernize existing facilities. 2. Include a description of each school project, a listing of funds to be Governments, shall annually update the Concurrence Service Area School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. (c) Transmittal. The School District shall transmit to the Local Governments and the SWG copies of the proposed annually updated and financially Words underlined are added; words se ek- dxeugh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words , mm A, flimugltare deleted —both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/ 18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) ims Hareemem. (d) Adoption. Unless the adoption is delayed by mediation or a lawful challenge, the School Board shall adopt the Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan no later than September 30th and it shall become effective no later than October 1st of each year (e) Amendment. The School Board shall not amend the Five -Year Capital District, with the concurrence of a maiority vote by its Board members provides written confirmation that: 1. The modification, delay or deletion of a project is required in order to meet the School District's constitutional obligation to provide a 2. The modification delay or deletion of a project is occasioned by unanticipated change in population projections or growth patterns or is required in order to provide needed capacity in a location that has a Trom wmcn me originally planned project is modified delayed or deleted: and The School Board, in coordination with local Governmnl& may amend the Words underlined are added; words Na through are deleted Words double under] ned are added; words 9eablee are deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) year planning period. approved consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. M Share information with the School District reaardina population proiections. (d) Maintain data for residential development which shall be provided to the School District annually in accordance with Section 5.2 of this Aareement. 13.8 Required Comprehensive Plan Amendments. The County and the Cities 163.3180, F.S. Words underlined are added; words s0 ek L%Fongk we deleted Words double underlined are added; words dexble @b sk dwsugh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) acnool ulstricrs rive -Year Gagital Improvement Plan concerning costs Improvement Plan. Words underlined are added; words stritek dueugh arc deleted Words double under I aW are added; words dexbk�exek theengMate deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) effective. for review and comment. a. To achieve required consistency, all Local Governments shall adopt the amendment in accordance with the statutory procedures for amending comprehensive plans. b If any Local Government objects to the amendment and the Any local issues not specifically required by law in the PSFE may be for School District. shall be in accordance with that process set forth in Section 163.3184. F.S. provisions into its land development regulations (LDR) consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. (a) The County and the Cities shall amend their LDRs to implement school concurrence provisions for the review of plats. site plans or the functional equivalent, which increase residential density. 2. At any time. any Local Government may opt out of the County's Words underlined are added; words sbuek- dxeugq are deleted Words double underlined are added; words mare deleted —both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) shall commence on or before March 1. 2008 Section 14. Uniform School Concurrence Process achieved and maintained. (a) No plat, site plan or the functional equivalent for new residential development may be approved by the County or Cities unless the (b) A Local Government may condition the approval of the application to to its home rule regulatory powers. 1. All single family lots of record at the time the School Concurrence implementing ordinance becomes effective Im be subiect to a restrictive covenant limitina the age of residents to 18 years and older. impact fees. Words underlined are added; words suuc#threagb are deleted Words do �6y 1 d rg lamed are added; words 9euble St Oli k4sagh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) as to whether or not a development, lot or unit is exempt from the requirements of school concurrence. component that is not exempt under Section 14.1(c) of this Agreement is subject to school concurrence and must prepare and submit a School Impact Analysis (SIA) to the Local Government, for review by the School District. (a) The SIA must indicate the location of the development, number of dwelling units and unit types (single - family, multi - family, 0004weeais. etc.), a phasing schedule (if applicable), and age- restrictions for occupancy (if any). The review. A flow chart outlining the school concurrence review process is included as Appendix "C ". The process is as follows: Local Government transmits the SIA to the School District for review. The School District may charge the Applicant a non - refundable application fee payable to the School District to meet the cost of review. 2. The School District representative shall review the Applicant's SIA for a 3. The School District representative shall verify whether or n.ot sufficient student stations for each school type are available. +la in the CSA in which The proposed developments G&A is located, to support the Applicant's proposed development. a. To determine a proposed development's projected students, the projected number and type of residential units shall be converted into projected students for all schools of each type within the specific CSA using the SGMA, as established in Section 4.4 of this Agreement b. New school capacity within a CSA which is in place or under Words underlined are added; words stmek tireugk art deleted Words double underlined are added; words 9exble.eMx ` dwh xgh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) development under review. exceeded in the CSA, an adjacent CSA will be reviewed for available capacity. shall issue a SCADL indicating that capacity is available any school type and there is available capacity in an adjacent CSA, the actual development impacts shall be shifted to an adjacent CSA having available capacity. This shift may be tvoe(s) impacted. 5. In the event that there is not adequate capacity available within the affected Local Government and the Applicant pursuant to Section 14.5 of this Agreement. 7. The Local Government shall be responsible for notifying the School Words underlined are added; words s�ek throug are deleted Words double d 1linen are added; words deab6s� are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 14.3 School Concurrence Approval. Issuance of a SCADL by the School District (a) A Local Government shall not issue a COA for a residential development concurrence for the residential development shall be valid for the life of the COA. Expiration, extension or modification of a COA for a residential (b) Local Governments shall notify the School District within ten (10) working days of any official change in the validity (status) of a COA for a residential development. (c) The Local Government shall not issue a building permit or its functional equivalent, for a non - exempt residential development without confirming development shall be valid for the life of the COA. adopted level of service standard within the CSA for each school type,. Jhe (a) Student enrollment projections shall be based on the most recently adopted School District CIP, and the DRT shall be updated to reflect these projections. Available capacity shall be derived using the following formula: Available Capacity = CSA Capacity' — (Enrollmenf + Vested3) Where ' CSA Capacity = Permanent FISH Capacity of all schools within the applicable CSA for each school type (as programmed in the first three (3) Words underlined are added; wards skaekthreugh are deleted Words double mderlined are added; words 9eobiore� a deleted - bodi since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10118/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 14.5 Proportionate Share Mitigation. In the event there is not sufficient school development through the creation of additional school capacity. established LOS standard for the affected school type(s). The amount to Florida. plus a share of the land acquisition and infrastructure expenditures for school sites. (b) The methodology used to calculate an Applicant's proportionate share mitiaation shall be as follows: Proportionate Share = ('Development students - Available Capacity) x Total Costa per student station Where the following definitions apply: 'Development students = Students generated by residential development that are assigned to that CSA for the affected school tvge(s) determined and published annually in the School District's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. (c) The applicant may be allowed to enter a negotiation period with the School Words underlined are added; words are deleted Words double und rlui d are added; words dewWe�are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) with iurisdiction over the approval of the development order. toward a school capacity project for the impacted school type(s), and identified in the School District's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. Capacity projects identified within the first three (3) years of the Five accordance with the formula provided in Section 14.5(b) of this Agreement. 3. If a capacity project does not exist in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan, the School District may add a capacity project to the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan to satisfy the impacts from a proposed a. Contribution of land or payment for land acquisition in coniunction with the provision of additional school capacity: or c. Provision of additional student stations through the donation of buildings for use as a primary or alternative learning facility: or d. Provision of additional student stations through the renovation of existing buildings for use as learning facilities: or e. Construction or expansion of permanent student stations or core capacity: or f. Construction of a public school facility in advance of the time set forth in the School District's Five Year Capital Plan. mitioatina capacity will reflect the estimated future construction costs at the time of the anticipated construction. Words underlined are added; words skaek Offeug h we deleted Words double underlined are added; words AeebleaNxek- thpa-A are deleted -both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6107 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) improvements on which the proportionate share mitigation is calculated 6. If the proportionate share mitigation required is greater than the imoact responsibility of the Applicant. 7 Any proportionate share mitigation must be directed by the School B. Upon conclusion of the negotiation period a second SCADL shall be any mitigation proposals were rejected and why the development is not 14.6 Appeal Process A person may appeal a determination made as a part of the school concurrence process. F.S. (b) A person substantially affected by a Local Government decision made as a development orders. This shall not apply to any decision subject to section a above. Section 15. Special Provisions 15.1 School District Requirements. The Parties acknowledge and agree that the Words underlined are added; words St elk th wgh are deleted Words double e,der] n l we added; words deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Section 4216. Resolution of Disputes If the Parties to this Agreement are unable to resolve any issue relative to this Agreement and within which they may be in disagreement, such dispute will be resolved in accordance with governmental conflict resolution procedures specified in Chapters 164 and 186, €lel:ida- Statate6F_S., or any other acceptable means of alternative dispute resolution agreed to by the Parties to this Aareement. Section 4517. Amendment of the Agreement statutory provisions. Section 4418. Execution of the Agreement This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which will be deemed an original, but all of which together will constitute one and the same instrument and be the Agreement between the parties. Section 4619. K*P*atiewTermination of the Agreement. No party to this Agreement may terminate its participation in the agreement, except: Words underlined are added; words s9aeh- tlxaugh are deleted Words double underlined are added; words AeubleebuelrNsreugh are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (b) Upon receipt of a waiver from the Department of Community Affairs per Section 163.31777(1)(c). F.S.: or this Agreement. Section 20. Entire Agreement. Section 21. Effective Date. The effective date of this Agreement shall be March 1 2008 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Interlocal Agreement has been executed by the Parties by their duly authorized officials on the date set forth below. Words underlined are added; words s;tagh are deleted Words double under! ned are added; words d@uWo leih�eegh-are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, FLORIDA DWIGHT BROCK, CLERK By: By: Attest as to Chairman's JAMES COLETTA. CHAIRMAN signature only. Approved as to form and legal sufficiency: David C. Weigel, County Attorney ATTEST: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Date: Date: Words underlined are added; words s�ek dffeuo are deleted Words double le nderlig are added; words deoblee�re deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added; words ugh are deleted Words d h ,�d are added; words Aexblw*%%*k-Nwexgh - are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) CITY OF EVERGLADES CITY, FLORIDA Duly Passed and Adooted by the City Council of Everglades City, Florida. this Day of ,200 . Words underlined are added; words suuek nif augh are deleted Words double underline— added; words denbleaatek - are deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6107 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MARCO ISLAND FLORIDA THIS Day of 200 CITY OF MARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA Signed: Attest (Seal) By: Clerk Duly Passed and Adopted by the City Council of Marco Island Florida this Dav of .200 . Words underlined are added; words swuek tlimugH are deleted Words do ubl� e named are added; words AeAM&@WaolNMrengRare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916107 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF NAPLES, FLORIDA, THIS Day of .200---. CITY OF NAPLES, FLORIDA Signed: Attest (Seal) Duly Passed and Adopted by the City Council of Naples, Florida, this Day of ,200 Words underlined are added; words s"ek dweugM are deleted Words double a derlined are added; words 9e46le�e deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX "A" Concurrence Service Area Mao Series 10- 18- 07_undedine_[LA _FINAL_all stnkethcoughs_ additions_ to date with maps.doc APPENDIX "B" School District Student Generation Multiplier Data: L,ounty ua aeoanment. Student Data - The student population poll used in this study is from October 2006 Amona the ine oasis Tor aeterminina housing type in this study Methodoloay: uraue ranee ana nousma ivoe. allumm to oHSei occasional nousma tvoe assignment errors Words underlined are added, are deleted Words double mde lined are added word deleted both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/19/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) The housina cateaory data is present in the CCPA parcel database in the form of the DOR Government. number of address points that fall upon each parcel This was accomplished by way of a spatial Analysis and Results: • Elementary: Pre - Kindergarten — Fifth • Middle: Sixth — Eighth • Hiah: Ninth —Twelfth The housing type was obtained from the DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database. and Words underlined are added words &awk4hrouth are deleted Words double underlined are added w0als arc deleted - both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Table 1: DOR Code, Student Count. and Housing Type Breakdown D R Use Code U ode scrl Lion "sin i ti I nunH ri �; 1 . <fi( i 1 3 Single Famil Residential Multi -Family 10 units or more 14.111 le Famil Multi -Famil Retirement H mes 18 Multi -Family 7 8 51 Multi -Famil le than 10 unit A ricultural 329 79 Multi -F mil Sin le Family 52 A ricultural 18 Sin le Family 60 A ricultural 27 Sin le Family 66 A ricultural 38 Sin le Family 67 A ricultural 39 Sin le Family 69 A ricultural 55 Sin le Family 71 Institutional 3 Multi-Family 75 Institutional 230 Multi -Fa mil 79 Institutional 29 Multi-Family 83 Government 19 Government 86 Gov rnment 105 Government 87 Government 46 Government 88 Government 733 Government 90 Government 97 Government i A <i ;. td five 99 Non/A ricultural Acrea a 123 Sin le Famil Words underlined are added words err, are deleted Words double underlined are added, words - - - - - - —ac dejrted both since disuibution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing? type. Table 2: Students by Housing Type and School Type Table 3: Dwelling Units by Type Sin le Famfiv in le Familv Multi-Familv Condo /Co- Op Mobile Homes Government Elementa 11,919 3 �704 1 �678 1,190 492 Middle 7 �063 1 �462 867 435 207 HI h .12 8.942 1 574 1 191 76 302 mat Table 3: Dwelling Units by Type Sin le Famfiv Multi-Fami/v Con o- 0 Mobile Homes �Government 73 517 118,183 [M �757 11 �01 55 11 715 Table 4: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates Discussion: WQrds underlined are added- words sauek4w¢h are deleted Words double mdubned are added words �eMare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Sin gle Family Multi-Famil Mobile Homes Condo lCo- O Govemmeni Elementa 0.16 0.20 0! 051 0.12 0.29 Middle .10 0.08 5 0.04 0.12 .12 0.09 .01 0.05 Discussion: WQrds underlined are added- words sauek4w¢h are deleted Words double mdubned are added words �eMare deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added words sftmek-&e h are deleted Words double underlined are added, words AgabIg stoma'= thwwwl.uo deleted both sine distribution to the CCPC on 916107 (10 /18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX "C" School Concurrence Process Flow Chart Words and 1m ed are added words &twk-Hxeneh are deleted Words double underlined am added words d!!� re deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 916/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transnuttal Hearing) Applicant receives when notice specifying deficlencles APpiiceni Mhdrays aWl,callon School astrict issues School Cmm1v Avallalb Local Govenaned issues Certificale of Public Facility School CaPecly AvaNeWly Ddwn)hatbn Letter veld for the Ile d the Certbkale Applicant, Local Scholl District issues School tion Ley Avdenli yi Dderninalbn Letter identifying deficiarry in capmily Mitigation option e*ded School Dmtnct issues e School Cmrcurrbrry Deficiency Leder Local Government dertes application NO CAPACBy AVAILABLE Applicant aubmts ndlce of appeal With Local Govermert or Sc hod Board, as eppleade Appeal reywAed ant scheduled for hearing by the Dowd or Nally Olflper Appeal to CMCU1 Cout The Band or Words underlined are added wIld, 2hpiCkIffiEftith are deleted Words double underlined are added- words ANil' Ix.a' mm" d sug' are deleted - both since distnbu bn to the CCPC on 916107 f IO/I8/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing APPENDIX "D" Suggested Calendar of Events comment. trends. September 30 School District shall update and adopt the financially feasible Five -Year Capital Iml2rovement Plan effective mn October 1. Words mderlined are added words s4uek d>r r are deleted Words double underlined are added words AexW"W MUN wmb!= deleted — both since distribution to the CCPC on 9/6/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added words ph am deleted Words double underlined are added ords ' — "- -•– abry a deleted both since disnib [ion to the CPC n 9/6/07 LLOl18 /07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT &A W14: pool uwsxF .,.:s - Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline are added; words in red and straektMedgh are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double nndedinad are added; words dedHls- etwelatkreagh are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words tfo hl in blue are added; words Wawkila sllFwQl through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words 9awly'@ Mwelf livewo are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words double underlined in blue are added; words 9eukle- sliwsle through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) GOAL. OBJECTIVES, AND POLICIES PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT CAPITAL PLAN. CSAs. Policy 1.1.2: Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted undgrling are added; words in red and s#uak Nueugkr-are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words dea4ls- etraelFSxeugN are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words dnnhle underlined in blue are added; words 9suHle -ekaek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) vimin. yer[ry utat as a resua oT Tne Cnange: A. The adopted LOS standards will be achieved and maintained for each year of the five -year planning period: and B. The utilization of school capacity will be maximized to the areatest extent Av The School District, in coordination with klocal 6aovernments shall review the 7 C. boundary map by the School Board. New maps of the CSA boundaries shall also be included as data and analysis in support of the 6local 6aovernmente= G16s SFEs• Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted.. d....... are added; words in red and strask- threug{�are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words deuVk ctrdskt#reugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words double undedined in blue are added; words 9eukle -skyek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) A. At such time as the School District determines that a change in the school facility _ -.. - • - . ..I r .1111 -I Policy 1.2.2: The County shall cr: school concurrencv: A. B. Anv new to as of the e@wA4aoseP4e44 effective date of the School Concurrence Program in Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline are added; words in red and 6#UG'OhMugh are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 -•- Words double Lind rlin d are added; words dawkila sopwok thFnwqA are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words dnnhle underlined in blue are added; words AeuUle- etrdek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10118/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 10 Q E. protects mat are not exempt under Policy 1.2.2. of thi I _m nt The minimum process requirements are diariak ied hglew as follow : 0 A C. ., ---- �.r 1. 2. If capacity is not available within the affected CSA contiguous CSAs are reviewed for available capacity. Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with cloned ugderline are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double are added; words AeaHk -skder thmuyH are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words doaihle ended ned in blue are added; words GlQ,hlea4rwk through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 3. 4. A. Mitigation options may include, but are not limited to: 1. Contribution of land or Payment for land acquisition in conjunction with the provision of additional school capacity: or 2. 3. Donation of buildings for use as a primary or alternative learning facility: or 4. Renovation of existing buildinas for use as learning facilities: or 5. Construction or expansion of permanent student stations or core caDacity: or M B. If mitigation is approved the County and the School District shall enter into an I" Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline are added; words in red and strusktpreugh re deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words ElOWM@ 611MOk thFQw@h are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words double underlined in blue are added; words 9eeUls- straek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9116/07 (10118/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) A. A District. D. The County shall not issue a building permit or its functional equivalent for a non exempt residential development without confirming that the development received a COA at plat, site plan or functional equivalent and the COA is still valid. emergency prepareaness Issues. Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with d__o_tte_d underline are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words 9edbla- ekdek{prewgp are deleted, as proposed by County staff Wards double underlined in blue are added; words Aea4laefrdek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10118/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) ea�eii�on a case.by,case,basis,. Policy 1.3.2: commencement. parties responsible for the planning constructing operating and maintaining infrastructure for these facilities is identified A separate agreement between the School District and the Words undedined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dglted, underline are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words NIBLAIm allFwair Owsw9h are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words donhle underlined in blue are added; words dedNle- strdek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) County or other avorovriate entity, will be developed for each instance of co location and shared use which addresses legal liability, operating and maintenance costs scheduling of use, and facility supervision. FA B. The design and use of public schools as emergency shelters C. Puiiirnary .. . or-- �apl ;ai__ improvements., Nrogram °and"Summary_ of., Estimated,,, Revenue" Tables ;, These -- tables__ identify. the financially feasible school facility capacity - protects necessary to. address ,- existing,_deficiencies_. and future needs_ - based.. upon achieving__a.nA maintaining_, the.- adopted, LOS__, standard___ for schools,_ -_ love Year ^ ^�^ +• • ^ j 'rxl Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with d_o_tt__.d___un__d__erl[n__e are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words 9eWle- ekaak- *Feuyp are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words double under] n d in blue are added; words double -eMeek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10(18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Policy 1.4.1: Revenue" Tables. as.formally_adopted_by„ the_School_Board,.as „part_of . the_CIE,._ Policy 1.4.2: A. A map or maps which identify the location of existina public school facilities by Woe, and the location of ancillary plants. Q Policy 1.4.3: M- 5.025(3)(c)(6) F.A.C.1 Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted undgrline are added; words in red and mare deleted, as proposed by District staff/consultant- 0_ distribution to the CCPC on 9116107 Words double underlined are added; words d@Wl9l@ PINSk N4F8wqh are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words donnle underlined in blue are added; words Wa-kl'a RtFwQk through in bfue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (1011 8/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) APPENDIX A MAP SERIES ,. .. Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with d_o_tt__e_d___u_n__d_e_ r_li_n__e_ are added; words in red and struek- fhreugH -are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double unclad ned are added; words dawhim -etMOk #4F@w@lq are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words double underlined in blue are added; words 9suble stwek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with d4([ed underline are added; words in red and stwsk4Meugh -are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double nnde_rlined are added; words &WIlliml VIFUSk ihFQwglq are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words dolihip. jindprlinpd in blue are added; words lAwhlQ g4wQ1, through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 13 Words underlined are added, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline are added; words in red and struekNtreugh -are deleted, as proposed by District staff /consultant — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words +are deleted, as proposed by County staff Words do ihle underlined in blue are added; words Fleu4laskuek through in blue are deleted, as proposed by County staff - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10118107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) .a PUBLIC SCHOOL `► FACILITIES ELEMENT: Data & Analysis AUGUST 2007 r >4v iP M„ Kimley -Horn and Associates, Inc. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION................................................................ ............................... 1 PURPOSEOF REPORT ............................................................................ ..............................1 COUNTY INFORMATION (POPULATION / TRENDS) ......................... ............................... 3 POPULATION PROJECTIONS .................................................................. ..............................3 HOUSING............................................................................................. ..............................4 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - GROWTH AREAS ................................... ..............................4 EXISTING PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY CONDITIONS ........................ ............................... 9 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, FACILITY CAPACITY, AND EXISTING UTILIZATION .........................9 EXISTING SCHOOL FACILITES .......................................................... ............................... 10 STUDENT GENERATION RATES ......................................................... ............................... 15 PROJECTED PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY CONDITIONS .................... ............................... 21 PROJECTEDENROLLMENT ................................................................. ............................... 21 PROJECTEDCAPACITY ...................................................................... ............................... 26 m 10 AND 20 YEAR FORECAST ............................................................ ............................... 29 SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ..................................................... ............................... 32 SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS FOR COLLIER COUNTY ...... ............................... 32 LEVELOF SERVICE ....................................................................................... ............................... 39 SCHOOL LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR COLLIER COUNTY ........................ ............................... 39 CO- LOCATION AND JOINT -USE ANALYSIS ............................... ............................... 42 MUTUALUSE AGREEMENTS .............................................................. ............................... 43 SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND REVENUE SOURCES .............................. 45 SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ................................... ............................... 45 SCHOOL DISTRICT REVENUE SOURCES ............................................... .............................50 SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS AND SCHOOL PLANNING SHARED COSTS ........ 52 SCHOOL DISTRICTS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS SUMMARY .................. ............................... 53 APPENDICIES................................................................. ............................... 54 STUDENT GENERATION RATES - APPENDIX 1 .................................. ............................... 55 IMPACT FEE STUDY STUDENT GENERATION RATES - APPENDIX 2 ... ............................... 56 CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREA (CSA) CREATION METHODOLOGY- APPENDIX 3 ............. 58 n ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY MAPS- APPENDIX 4 ................................... ............................... 63 Collier County Public School Facilities Element ii Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1: POPULATION TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ........................ 3 TABLE 2: PERCENTAGE GROWTH OF POPULATION TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ................................................. ............................... 3 TABLE 3: HOUSING TRENDS FOR COLLIER COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES ........................... 4 TABLE 4: PERCENTAGE GROWTH OF HOUSING TRENDS ................. ............................... 4 TABLE 5: PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT .................................. ............................... 9 TABLE 6: COMPARISON OF POPULATION GROWTH AND NEW HOUSING TO HIGH SCHOOL PLANNING AREA ENROLLMENT IN 2006 ................... ............................... 10 TABLE 7: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL TYPE .......................... 10 TABLE 8: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL .. ............................... 12 TABLE 9: COMPARISON OF CAPACITY TO ENROLLMENT BY SPECIAL SCHOOL TYPE ................ 14 TABLE 10: DOR CODE, STUDENT COUNT, AND HOUSING TYPE BREAKDOWN ..................... 18 TABLE 11: STUDENTS BY HOUSING TYPE AND SCHOOL TYPE ........ ............................... 19 TABLE 12: DWELLING UNITS BY TYPE ................................... ............................... 19 TABLE 13: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY STUDENT GENERATION RATES ........... 19 TABLE 14: DOE COFTE FORECAST ...................................... ............................... 23 TABLE 15: PROPOSED NEW SCHOOLS AND ADDITIONS THROUGH 2011 -12 ..................... 27 TABLE 16: 10 -YEAR SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT FORECAST .... ............................... 30 TABLE 17:10 -YEAR RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPACITY BY COUNTY PLANNING AREA ............................................... ............................... 30 TABLE 18: 20 -YEAR SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT FORECAST .... ............................... 30 TABLE 19: 20 -YEAR RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPACITY BY COUNTY PLANNINGAREA ............................................... ............................... 31 TABLE 20: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN .................. ............................... 34 TABLE 21: MIDDLE SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN ........................ ............................... 35 TABLE 22: HIGH SCHOOL CSA BREAKDOWN ........................... ............................... 35 TABLE 23: LEVEL OF SERVICE BY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREA ......................... 41 TABLE 24: SUMMARY OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, FY 2007/08 - 2011/12 .................... 46 TABLE 25: SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED REVENUE, FY 2007/08 — 2011/12 ........................ 51 Collier County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1: CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY TRENDS: 2001 AND 2006 .. ............................... 6 FIGURE 1A: CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY TRENDS RELATIVE TO STUDENT LOCATION: 2001 AND 2006 ............................................................................................. ............................... 7 FIGURE 2: APPROVED AND POTENTIAL NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ........................... 8 FIGURE 3: EXISTING SCHOOL AND ANCILARY FACILITIES MAP ....... ............................... 13 FIGURE 4: PROJECTED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011 -2012 ............. 25 FIGURE 5: PROJECTED MIDDLE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011 -2012 ................... 25 FIGURE 6: PROJECTED HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT THROUGH 2011 -2012 ...................... 25 FIGURE 7: FUTURE SCHOOLS AND ANCILARY FACILITIES MAP ........ ............................... 28 FIGURE 8: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS .. ............................... 36 FIGURE 9: MIDDLE SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ........ ............................... 37 FIGURE 10: HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENCY SERVICE AREAS ......... ............................... 38 FIGURE 11: PUBLIC FACILITIES WITH SCHOOL CO-LOCATION OPPORTUNITIES MAP ............ 44 Collier County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis iv Draft Document - August 2007 LIST OF ATTACHMENTS ATTACHMENT 1: ........ DRAFT INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITY PLANNING ATTACHMENT 2: ............................................................. EDUCATIONAL PLANT SURVEY ATTACHMENT 3:.... DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF COLLIER COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN ATTACHMENT 4:........... SCHOOL IMPACT FEE TECHNICAL REPORT — COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA Collier County Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 VGRZT-TIMP . 1 Public schools are essential components to the well -being and future of a community. Residential development occurring within the community is the primary factor associated with student population growth within a public school system. Because of the relationship between residential development and the provision of public schools, coordination among the District School Board of Collier County (School District), Collier County, and the Municipalities of Collier County is critical to ensure that public school capacity needs for future student growth can be met within the public school system. Recognizing the importance of public schools, the 2005 Florida Legislature enacted legislation amending Sections 163.3180 and 163.3177, Florida Statutes (F.S.), mandating the implementation of public school concurrency supported by data and analysis. This Data and Analysis Report has been created in accordance with the requirements of 163.3177(12) (c), F.S. and 93- 5.025(2), Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), to detail the methods and analyze the results of the study that have been employed to support the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) for the School Concurrency Program. The School District, along with Collier County and the municipalities of Everglades City, Marco Island, and Naples are working together, participating in school concurrency. Purpose of Report The Data and Analysis for the PSFE addresses land development, economic, and demographic issues which impact education. These issues include: County growth and population trends; school level of service; school utilization; school proximity and compatibility with residential development; availability of public infrastructure; co- location opportunities for school and public infrastructure; and financial feasibility. Each affected local government must adopt a consistent Public School Facilities Element. This Report will provide Collier County, Everglades City, Marco Island, and Naples with the required data and analysis necessary to adopt a public school concurrency program consistent with the amended Interlocal Agreement for Public School Facility Planning (Attachment A), Subsection 91- 5.025(2), Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) and Chapter 163, F.S. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 1 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 The data and analysis provided for the PSFE establishes the coordination between the school board, local governments, and county necessary for planning and permitting residential development to ensure that school capacity is available at the adopted level of service for schools prior to or concurrent with the student impact from residential development. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 2 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Population Using the Collier County 2006 Population Estimates and Projection methodology, population data were collected for the City of Naples, City of Marco Island and Everglades City, in addition to the unincorporated areas of Collier County. Data sources include the 1990 US Census, and the populations and projections compiled by Collier County for the years 2000- 2025. The population figures and projections from Collier County are those from the 2006 October count, and are based on the County's methodology for projecting population, as of October 2006. In the future, population projection figures from Collier County will continue to be supplied to the School District, using whichever methodology the County is using at that time. These data are shown below in Table 1. From 1990 to 2000, the Collier County population increased by 59 percent, and increased 21 percent from 2000 -2005. Projections indicate a 23 percent increase from 2005 to 2010, a 17 percent increase from 2010 to 2015, an increase of 15 percent from 2015 to 2020, and an increase of 13 percent from 2020 to 2025, displayed in Table 2 below. Based on the figures provided, the overall population of the County is expected to increase by over 350,000 persons between 2005 and 2025. Table 1: Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities 2000-20Z5-Data obtained from Copier County Comprehensive Planning Department (DRober data, 2006 Population Estimates and Projections) Table 2: Percentage Growth of Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities 1990 _ 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 Unincorporated Collier . Coon 122,500 221,139 287,511 382,122 464,770 549,892 636,431 City ofNaples 19,505 21,332 22,779 24,470 25,742 26,760 27,345 City of M6rcibl'Istand 9,773 14,973 15,737 16,641 17,590 18,592 19,652 Eve lades Cl 321 484 578 912 947 983 7021 Countywide Total . 152,099 257,926 326,605 424,145 509,049 596,227 1684,449 2000-20Z5-Data obtained from Copier County Comprehensive Planning Department (DRober data, 2006 Population Estimates and Projections) Table 2: Percentage Growth of Population Trends for Collier County and Municipalities Collier County Public School Facilities Element 3 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 190-260012-0-00-4005 2005 -2010 2010.2015 2015 -2020 2020.2025 Unincorporated Collier County % 0 25 /0 0 18 /0 0 15 /0 0 14 /0 % 7% 5% 4% 2% C 'cifx` sreo lstand "- d34%16% % 5% 5% 5% 5% 37% 4% 4% 4% Court � total % 23% 17% 15% 13% Collier County Public School Facilities Element 3 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Housing The housing data published in 2006 were collected for the City of Naples, City of Marco Island and Everglades City, and the unincorporated areas of Collier County. The data source for occupied units is the University of Florida Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing. This data provides a more useful dataset than figures for total housing units, owing to the large number of seasonal -use housing units. In total, Collier County doubled its occupied housing between the years 1990 -2005. The municipalities show consistent growth during the same time frame. The data in Tables 3 and 4 represent existing occupied units for 1990 -2005. The Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing projects the occupied unit counts for 2010 -2025. Table 3: Housing Trends for Collier County and Municipalities uata oorameo rrom the Unwersrty or rronaa smmoerg center for Ano¢Jabre Mousing Table 4: Percentage Growth of Housing Trends 1990 1 2000 2005 1 2010 2015 1 2020 2025 Unincorporated Collier County Not Available 84,678 104,971 125,072 145,843 168,095 190,293 City ofNaples 9,808 10,785 11,682 12,421 13,297 14,271 15,227 City of Marco Island Available 7,128 7.461 7,869 8,851 9,548 10,177 Everglades City 72 182 234 294 341 387 440 Countywide Total 61,576 102,773 1 124,348 145,656 168,332 192,301 216,137 uata oorameo rrom the Unwersrty or rronaa smmoerg center for Ano¢Jabre Mousing Table 4: Percentage Growth of Housing Trends Residential Development - Growth Areas Certificate of Occupancy (CO) data was analyzed to identify where past areas of growth were located in relation current growth areas. Figure 1 displays data regarding the quantity of COs issued within unincorporated Collier County, as well as the municipalities, for the years 2001 and 2006. This snapshot of CO data shows that over time, more COs are being issued in the eastern and southern portions of the County, particularly south and east of Davis Boulevard and east toward Immokalee Road. Areas such as Golden Gate Estates and those within the more rural eastern portion of Collier County are also experiencing a larger Collier County Public School Facilities Element 4 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 1990-2000 2000 -2005 201&201012010-2015 2015.2020 2020.2025 Unincorporated Collier County Not Available 19.3% 16.1% 14.2% 13.2% 11.7% City ofNaples 9.1% 7.7% 5.9% 6.6% 6.8% 6.3% City,of Marco Island Not Available 4.5% 5.2% 11.1% 7.3% 6.2% Eye lipl" City 60.4% 22.2% 20.4% 13.8% 11.9% 12.0% Colin .IdeTotal 40.1% 17.4% 14.6% 13.5% 12.5% 11.0% Residential Development - Growth Areas Certificate of Occupancy (CO) data was analyzed to identify where past areas of growth were located in relation current growth areas. Figure 1 displays data regarding the quantity of COs issued within unincorporated Collier County, as well as the municipalities, for the years 2001 and 2006. This snapshot of CO data shows that over time, more COs are being issued in the eastern and southern portions of the County, particularly south and east of Davis Boulevard and east toward Immokalee Road. Areas such as Golden Gate Estates and those within the more rural eastern portion of Collier County are also experiencing a larger Collier County Public School Facilities Element 4 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 number of CO's being issued. Additionally, Figure 1A compares the locations of students in 2001 and 2006 to the locations of issued COs in those years. The figure indicates that the issuance of a CO does not necessarily correspond to the presence of new students, which is likely due to the construction of second or seasonal dwellings, or age- restricted communities. Growth in Collier County is expected to continue, particularly in the more rural areas of the County. The new town of Ave Maria, which has been approved for 11,000 units, is an example of a large Development of Regional Impact (DRI) in such a rural area. Figure 2 depicts the locations of the approved and new potential residential developments. Figure 2 also provides a table showing the quantity of residential units yet to be built among the 129 approved residential developments. These data were obtained from the County and the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council (SWFRPC). The developments described and shown in this figure represent existing DRI and planned unit developments (PUDs) with build -out dates of 2007 and later. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 5 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 nr 1 1, 1 1 1 ''I l i I , I , i I I -1 I I A I A I l f p. School Enrollment, Facility Capacity, and Existing Utilization During the last eight years, the Collier County School District has grown by 10,000 students, from 32,000 in 1999 to more than 42,000 in 2006. During that same time period the School District built 12 new schools. Table 5 shows the enrollment pattern for students in District -owned buildings since 2000. Enrollment reflects the October membership count. Table 5: Public School Enrollment October Membership Elementary Middle High Total Annual Growth 2000 17,389 7,538 8,949 33,876 2001 18,204 8,052 9,645 35,901 2,025 2002 18,523 8,431 10,303 37,257 1,356 2003 19,315 8,851 10,882 39,048 1,791 2004 20,524 9,173 11,608 41,305 2,257 2005 20,741 8,913 12,218 41,872 567 2006 20,433* 8,886 12,633 42,063* 191 *District -owned facilities - including Internet High School and Walker Career and Technical School Between 2000 and 2005 the district was growing at an average rate of approximately 1,500 new students a year. In 2006 the School District, like many other Florida school districts, experienced a slight decline in student enrollment in the elementary and middle grades (subsequent decline in the high schools shows a net decline for the year). The swift rise in median home prices, more investors in the housing market, an increase in the number of rental conversions to condominiums, and a larger second -home market share are some of the changes that have an impact on student enrollment. It remains to be seen if this drop in enrollment is the beginning of a trend, or simply an anomaly. An analysis of the 2006 published housing data in Collier County points to similar building permit activity as in the past, but fewer new students associated with them. The exception is in the Palmetto Ridge High School Service Area where most of the enrollment growth is occurring. Table 6 compares high school enrollment change with population and housing changes in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 9 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 6: Comparison of Population Growth and New Housing to High School Planning Area Enrollment in 2006 High School Planning Area Population Growth (2006) New Dwelling Units (2006) 2006 PK -12 Enrollment Change Baron Collier HS 1,428 692 -295 Gulf Coast HS 1,748 980 -80 Lely HS 2,299 1,545 -121 Naples HS 354 218 -32 Golden Gate HS 434 332 -289 Palmetto Ridge HS 2,571 856 396 Other 251 88 116 Total 9,084 4,711 -305 uues nuL muuoe inrerner nlgn scnooi ano walKer career and technical School Due to an aggressive building plan for the preceding six years, the school district has been able to keep pace with growth at the middle and high school levels. Only the elementary schools continue to face a deficit in 2006. Table 7 compares the capacity to enrollment by school type in 2006. Table 7: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by School Type School T e Yp Enrollment '06 (OctoberFTE) Capacity '05-06 (Permanent FISH) Utilization High Schools 12,633 13,822 91% Middle Schools 8,886 9,618 92% Elementary School 20,433 19,056 107% ,nlJUUeb Intel l rcL n/gll bCIIUUI enU VVdWer uareer ano I emnical This county -wide data, however, conceals regional differences where some schools are over capacity and others are under capacity. In 2006, 11 elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school exceeded 100 percent utilization. Currently, the School District has more than 200 relocatable classrooms to address both capacity and program needs. Existing School Facilities The School District operates 24 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, 8 high schools, and one PK -12 school with nearly 50 percent having been built since 1990. It is able to dedicate Collier County Public School Facilities Element 10 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 25 -30 percent of its capital improvement program to the renovation and upgrading of existing facilities. In addition, the School District implements a well conceived and transparent facilities maintenance program. As a result, most school buildings are in good condition and often exceed state guidelines. Table 8 shows the public schools, the year each was built and its site size, and the 2006 enrollment utilization. In addition, the existing location of the schools and ancillary facilities operated by the School District has been provided as Figure 3. Grade Structure: Most schools in the School District follow a standard grade organization with Grades PK -5 in the elementary schools, Grades 6 -8 in the middle schools, and grades 9 -12 in the high school. There are two exceptions. In Immokolee (a geographically isolated community), the elementary schools will begin serving grades PK - 6 in 2007. In Everglades City (also a geographically isolated incorporated community) all grades (K -12) are served at one school. In 2006, Manatee Middle School temporarily housed elementary students pending the opening of a new school in 2007. A 2002 statewide ballot initiative allowed voluntary attendance in a prekindergarten (PK) preparatory program for children living in Florida who turn four years old by September 1. Permanent FISH Caoacity: School districts in Florida calculate FISH (Florida Inventory of School Houses) based on state guidelines. FISH is defined as "the number of students that may be housed in a facility (school) at any given time based on a utilization percentage of the number of existing satisfactory student stations." The figure is a product of the number of classrooms at a school and the student stations assigned to each room type. FISH is the design capacity for the school building (as built) and may not reflect actual usage. It is not uncommon for a school to be at or even below permanent FISH capacity and still need relocatables to address program needs, such as for preschool education, Exceptional Student Education (ESE), English as a Second Language (ESL), or Title One reduced class sizes. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 11 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Table 8: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by School School Name Opened (Acres) Perm. -i 05106 En ©�ment - --- - Utlllzatlon High Schools Barron Collier HS 1977 98.00 1946 1778 91% Everglades City School (PK -12) 1996 4.00 481 152 32% Golden Gate HS 2003 63.00 2166 1527 70% Gulf Coast HS 1996 42.00 1955 2132 1099% Immokalee HS 1973 44.00 1737 1435 83% Lely HS 1973 50.00 2216 1540 69% Naples HS 1959 33.00 2047 1 1683 82% Palmetto Ridge HS 2003 20 - 135.00 2175 1977 91% Middle Schools Corkscrew MS 1999 60.00 1067 1459 137% East Naples MS 1968 17.00 1058 1235 117% Golden Gate MS 1982 27.00 848 M7 100% Gulfview MS 1994 11.00 657 616 94% Immokalee MS 1990 24.00 1310 1138 87% Manatee MS* 1993 46.00 1328 843 63% North Naples MS 2003 43.00 984 920 93% Oakridge MS 1992 39.00 1323 1142 86% Pine Ridge MS 197.3 37.00 1 1075 1066 99% Elementary Schools _ Avalon ES 1968 11.00 466 558 120% Big Cypress ES 1986 20.00 701 960 137% Calusa Park ES 200 1 33.00 775 1055 136% Corkscrew ES 1998 60.00 901 941 104% Estates ES 2003 8.00 767 714 93% Golden Gate ES 1973 16.00 1145 872 76% Golden Terrace ES 1988 15.00 1326 1013 760% Highlands ES 1965 13.00 466 675 145% Lake Park ES 1989 10.00 562 535 95% Lake Trafford ES 1989 15.00 891 876 98% Laurel Oak ES 1992 30.00 748 1200 160% Lely ES 1989----Z2 00 922 861 93% Manatee ES* 1993 46.00 761 796 105% Naples Park ES 1973 21.00 747 914 122% Osceola ES 2001 16.00 735 892 121% Pelican Marsh ES 1995 20.00 974 832 85% Pinecrest ES 1962 20.00 690 703 102% Poinciana ES 1973 19.00 834 718 86% Sabal Palm ES 2002 31.00 750 990 132% Sea Gate ES 1964 15.00 628 752 120% Shadowlawn ES 1959 12.00 657 638 97% Tommie Barfield ES 1972 21.00 600 721 120% Village Oaks ES 1986 20.00 692 624 90% Vineyards ES 1989 18.00 959 976 102% Collier County Public School Facilities Element 12 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 District -wide and Special Schools: In addition to the traditional school setting, the School District offers a variety of alternative programs. Some of these programs provide non - institutional settings, smaller class sizes, interagency services, or special curricula. They are typically targeted to students with disciplinary problems, truancy, drug offenses, or violent or unmotivated behavior. In addition, the district offers career and technical choice schools as alternatives to the traditional high school model. All of these schools are district -wide through student choice or special assignment. Table 9 lists the existing schools and programs. Table 9: Comparison of Capacity to Enrollment by Special School Type 'Programs are located in both Naples and Immokalee ** New buildings in 2008 Charter Schools: Currently, there are two charter schools in Collier County. Marco Island Charter School serves approximately 360 middle school students and Immokolee Community School is serving 180 elementary school students. Collier County Public Schools constructed a new building for the March Island Charter School which opened in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 14 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 District School /Program Owned Program Grade Max. Facility Enrollment Beacon High School Yes Online High School Grades 9 -12 400 Career and Technology High School (III) ** at the Yes Career High School Grades 9 -12 400 Lorenzo Walker Campus Immokolee Career and Technology Campus JJJ *` Yes Career High School Grades 9 -12 600 Big Cypress Wilderness Moderate to High Institute N O Risk Youths Grades 7 -12 35 Collier Juv. Detention No Juvenile Justice Grades 3 -12 50 Enhanced Assist* Yes Out -of- School Grades 6 -12 As required at Sus ension 15:1 ratio New Beginnings* Yes Drop-out Prevention Grades 4 -12 90 Pace No At -Risk Girls Grades 6 -12 35 Phoenix Program* Yes In lieu of expulsion Grades 6 -12 120 Sunshine School No Adolescent Grades 1 -12 20 Psychiatric Unit Teenage Parenting Pregnant Teen / Teen 160 teen parents Program* Yes Parent Grades Vary 140 children of teen parents 'Programs are located in both Naples and Immokalee ** New buildings in 2008 Charter Schools: Currently, there are two charter schools in Collier County. Marco Island Charter School serves approximately 360 middle school students and Immokolee Community School is serving 180 elementary school students. Collier County Public Schools constructed a new building for the March Island Charter School which opened in 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 14 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Student Generation Rates Public School Concurrency provides coordinated planning between the Collier County Board of County Commissioners, the municipalities of Everglades City, the City of Marco Island, and the City of Naples, and the District School Board of Collier County to ensure that school capacity is available at the time of impact of residential development. Currently, the School District utilizes the Florida Department of Education's (DOE) five -year, countywide projections that are updated annually. These projections are valuable, but do not provide a breakdown of the enrollment to the individual school level. The Student Generation Rate (SGR) multipliers developed by this study will provide the level of detail which will be used to accurately project the student growth that can be anticipated from a new residential development at the time of its regulatory review. Data: Three datasets were used to calculate the student generation rates. These datasets were the October 2006 student enrollment data, parcel data from the Collier County Property Appraiser's office, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) address points as provided by the Collier County GIS department. Student Data - The student population poll used in this study is from October 2006. Among the information collected in the poll is the student's current physical address (as indicated by the student). These addresses have been geocoded (geographically matched) to the Collier County address points. The geocoding procedure results in a spatial dataset that represents one geographic point per student, based on their address. Cadastral Data - The Collier County Property Appraiser (CCPA) maintains a cadastral parcel database for Collier County. CCPA maintains the county's tax parcel information in a GIS database that is updated and released on a regular basis. The GIS parcel database used in this study was obtained from the CCPA in December 2006. The Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) Property Classification Code (commonly known as a DOR Code) is assigned at the Property Appraiser's office to each parcel in the county's database. The DOR Code represents and serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. Address Point Data - The Collier County GIS department maintains a database that contains one address point for each valid physical address within Collier County. The address point database was obtained from Collier County GIS in December 2006. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 15 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Methodoloov: GIS was the business tool of choice for the analysis of student generation rates. The SGR is calculated as the number of students living in a specific housing category divided by the total number of units in the same specific housing unit type. This study examines students by their grade range and housing type. The sample size for this study is the entirety of Collier County, based on student location. The total student population used for this study was 41,502. The School District has a small population of students that do not live within the County boundary, yet attend Collier County Public Schools. These students were not included as part of this SGR analysis, as they live in other surrounding counties. Therefore, the student population used in the multiplier analysis is smaller than the total October 2006 student enrollment population as provided by the School District. The size of the dataset used in this study was large enough to offset occasional housing type assignment errors. The student data file, provided by the School District, was geocoded (geographically matched) to the Collier County address points GIS layer. The geocoding procedure results in a spatial dataset that creates one geographic point per student (similar to an X, Y location), based on their address. The geocoded student dataset does not contain information relating to housing types. The housing category data is present in the CCPA parcel database in the form of the DOR Code. In order to append this DOR Code to the student point dataset, a spatial join was performed. A spatial join is a specific type of spatial analysis whereby the attribute data from one dataset is joined to the attribute data of another dataset based on spatial location. For this study, the parcel data was spatially joined to the student point data, resulting in one GIS point file that contains both student data and housing data from the property appraiser. The DOR Code is assigned to each parcel in the county's database at the CCPA office. The DOR Code serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. The spatial join allows each parcel's unique DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database to be appended to each student point. This allows the students to be classified into one of five housing unit type categories: Single Family, Multi - Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums and Co- Operatives, and Government. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 16 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 The total number of each type of housing unit serves as the denominator in the SGR calculations. The CCPA parcel database does not contain data regarding the number of housing units for each parcel. However, Collier County GIS maintains a database of physical address points. This database contains one address point for every physical address regardless of the number of parcels (i.e.: a multi - family with 50 units will contain 50 separate, unique addresses). The CCPA parcel database was therefore geoprocessed to determine the number of address points that fall within each parcel. This was accomplished by way of a spatial join using the CCPA parcel database and the Collier County GIS Address Points database. This spatial join creates one GIS file that contains the count of units per parcel. Through specific GIS Structured Query Language (SQL) the housing type and student grade range can be selected from this database. Once selected, the number of units is summarized and this is what provides the denominator for the SGR calculations, for each housing type. Detail of the specific GIS SQL used to identify these housing types can be found in Appendix 1. Analysis and Results: Student data was analyzed on two levels: grade range, and housing type. A student's grade range was determined by their current grade rank. The grade ranges used are as follows: • Elementary: Pre - Kindergarten - 5th • Middle: 6th - 8th • High: 9th - 12th The housing type was obtained from the DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database, and was generalized into five unit type categories. For a more detailed description of DOR codes, please refer to Appendix 2. Since Condominiums and Cooperatives are grouped together, some clarification is warranted to distinguish the difference between the two. The difference between Condominiums and Cooperatives is that a condominium owner actually owns the unit, and owns an undivided interest in the common areas like parking lots, recreations areas, lobbies and hallways. In a Cooperative, the resident does not own any real estate. Rather, they own shares in a not - for - profit corporation. As a shareholder they are afforded the right to lease space in the building. The corporation owns the common areas. Generally, a condominium is considered real property and a cooperative is considered intangible personal property. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 17 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 There are a total of five students that fall within the Cooperative category. Additionally, the condominium category includes condo - conversion properties (previously apartments) which have occurred through August 2006. Further, categories that fall within a commercial category and all categories that contain less than 10 student points were omitted from this analysis. The housing categories are broken down by DOR Code in Table 10. Table 10: DOR Code, Student Count, and Housing Type Breakdown DOR Use Code Use Code DescrlpNon Student Count Housing Type 0 Vacant Residential 1,053 Evenly distributed among the five housing 1 Single Family Residential 27,598 —types Single Family 3 Multi - Family 10 units or more Retirement Homes 4,111 18 Multi - Family Multi - Family _7 8 51 Multi-Family less than 10 units Agricultural 2,329 79 Multi - Family Single Family 52 Agricultural 18 Single Family 60 Agricultural 27 Single Family _ 66 Agricultural 38 Single Family 67 Agricultural 39 Single Family 69 Agricultural 55 Single Family 71 Institutional 23 Multi - Family 75 Institutional 230 Multi - Family 79 _ Institutional 29 Multi-Family 83 Government 19 Government 86 Government 106 Government 87 Govemment 46 Government Be Government 733 Government 90 Goverrirnent 97' Government 94 Miscellaneous 24 Evenly distributed among the five housing types 99 Non -A ricultural Acreage 123 Single Family Table 11 displays the number of students by housing type and school type in Collier County as of October 2006. In addition to those students that are summarized in Table 11, a total of 1,053 students were assigned to a vacant parcel (DOR Code 0), 24 students were geocoded to a miscellaneous parcel. These results are due to a number of factors, including parcels that were once vacant, which now have a structure on it, or an incorrectly geocoded Collier County Public School Facilities Element 18 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 student record. This issue is addressed by equitably distributing these students across the five housing types. Table 11: Students by Housing Type and School Type Table 12 below displays the housing type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 12: Dwelling Units by Type Single Family Single Family Multi - Family Mobile Homes Condo/Co- O Government Elementary 11,919 3,704 1,190 1,678 492 Middle 7,063 1,462 435 867 207 High 8,942 1,574 476 1,191 302 Table 12 below displays the housing type counts based upon the GIS parcel database, as of December 2006. Table 12: Dwelling Units by Type Single Family Multi - Family Mobile Condo/Co. Government Government Elementary Homes O 0.12 73,517 18,183 10,155 84,757 1,715 Table 13 details the resulting Student Generation Rate multiplier by unit type and school type. An explanation in the differences between the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study SGR methodology and this methodology can be found in Appendix 2. Table 13: Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates To determine the student impact of a proposed residential development for school concurrency purposes, a proposed development's projected number and type of unit are converted into the number of projected students within the specific Concurrency Service Area Boundary. Based on the Student Generation Rates in Table 13, for every 100 new Collier County Public School Facilities Element 19 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Single Family Multi- Family Mobile Homes Condo/Co -Op Government Elementary 0.16 0.20 0.12 0.02 0.29 Middle 0.10 0.08 0.04 0.01 0.12 High 0.12 0.09 0.05 0.01 0.18 To determine the student impact of a proposed residential development for school concurrency purposes, a proposed development's projected number and type of unit are converted into the number of projected students within the specific Concurrency Service Area Boundary. Based on the Student Generation Rates in Table 13, for every 100 new Collier County Public School Facilities Element 19 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 single - family housing units constructed in Collier County, 38 PK -12 students will be generated, but only 16 elementary school students for the School District. Because the projection of the number of students that will be generated from new residential development is critical to the school concurrency process, a student generation multiplier was created using the student population, less those students who do not live within Collier County. Consequently, the number of students associated with a development can be calculated by applying the multiplier to the development's proposed number and type of residential housing units. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 20 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Projected Enrollment State COFTE: Around July of each year, the Florida DOE publishes grade by grade Capital Outlay Full Time Equivalent ( COFTE) enrollment projections for every school district for the next 5 to 10 years. The State uses a standard 'cohort survival' method using five year enrollment trends. Table 14 identifies the pre -K through grade 12 DOE projected student growth through the school year 2010/11. This methodology is used nation -wide and is considered fairly reliable. Using the State's COFTE projections for concurrency planning poses several problems. • First, the State's projections are based on an average of two 'head counts' - one in October and one in February. Therefore, the COFTE tends to under - project the number of high school students that show up in the fall by including winter drop -outs from the spring count. For facilities planning purposes the school district wants to insure that adequate classrooms are available for the peak fall semester and therefore prefers to use the October head count as the basis for planning. • Secondly, the State's forecast is not available until July of the upcoming year. However, using an October count, the School District is able to prepare a new forecast by January. • Finally, the State's forecast does not count all of the students in the School District's buildings and includes others that are not in District -owned buildings. For example, the DOE forecast excludes students in special or alternative schools or homebound settings. The School District's enrollment for facilities planning purposes includes only students in regular schools. By contrast, the State's forecast includes only pre- kindergarten (Pre -K) students that are in special education (ESE), while the school district provides Pre -K programs for many non -ESE students. Five Year Forecast: The five year forecast is the basis for the school district's Plant Survey and Five Year Work Plan. The School District develops the data and analysis for the Work Plan in the spring for final approval by early September. Enrollment projections are prepared using the same Collier County Public School Facilities Element 21 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 standard cohort model, as the State using the State's birth projections. The School District prepares the projections school -by- school, and grade -by- grade, modifying information where boundary changes have affected trends or where staff has unique information of housing trends. 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U O a d N r � rn y tZ W C T W 0 d U W sW T �t d N d U � L d 2 u G y U d � � d a c d d .L.. d V1 d T$ r � � L L O Y� d 5 = d O N . to N C d E U1 W u u r O O N O y u u J Ln Df u J a d 'V1 y T C T c E C J a J D O C � � N y O W i j o a In general, enrollment increases are expected to moderate for the next five years particularly in the middle and high school age groups. Figures 4 through 6 show projected enrollment through 2011 -12. Two changes are reflected in the elementary school graph - a slight decline in 2002 with the reduction in Pre -K programs, and an increase the following year due to a higher retention of students in the third grade. This planned retention of third grade students in 2003 echoes through the system into the middle schools in 2005. Enrollment in 2005 was less than in previous years because enrollment at the middle schools declined by more than 400 students. This is the result of the 'retained' students causing a one year change in the pattern. It is not a sign of long term growth but an anomaly that will move through the system and into the high schools in 2009. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 24 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 23000 2 2 2 t 1 '1 1 1 1 Figure 4: Projected Elementary School Enrollment through 2011 -12 Sementary School Forecast i 9 9 8 8 7 7 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 L 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 School Year Projections 2000 2006 20,433 1000 20,761 328 2008 0000 398 2009 21,603 9000 2010 8000 542 2011 1 22,690 7000 , 6000 5000 000 4000 i 9 9 8 8 7 7 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 L 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 School Year Projections Change 2006 20,433 2007 20,761 328 2008 21,159 398 2009 21,603 444 2010 22,145 542 2011 1 22,690 1 545 Figure 5: Projected Middle School Enrollment through 2011 -12 Middle School Forecast 15000 14000 13000 12000 11000 10000 9000 8000 School Yea Projections 500 2006 8,997 2007 I 000 2008 9,241 355 500 9,171 -70 2010 9,292 121 000 9,528 236 , 500 000 15000 14000 13000 12000 11000 10000 9000 8000 School Yea Projections Change 2006 8,997 2007 8,886 -111 2008 9,241 355 2009 9,171 -70 2010 9,292 121 2011 9,528 236 Figure 6: Projected High School Enrollment through 2011 -12 High School Forecast 00'. ppry p0"� OOP p05 Op0 p01 F, p00 p,�0 p, ti ti ti � ti `ti ti ry ti ti ti School Yea Projection Change 2006 12,633 2007 12,844 211 2008 12,772 -72 2009 13,308 536 2010 13,557 249 2011 13,830 1 273 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 25 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Projected Capacity Over the next five years, school enrollment is projected to grow by approximately 3,000 students. To meet this demand and address current capacity needs, the School District plans on opening four new elementary schools, two new career high schools, and constructing classroom additions at eight elementary schools and one middle school for a total of 6,472 additional seats. This will allow the District to achieve and maintain an adopted Level of Service (LOS) of 100 percent of permanent FISH capacity for high school Concurrency Service Areas (CSA), a LOS of 95 percent of permanent FISH capacity for middle school and a LOS 95 of percent of permanent FISH capacity for elementary school CSAs. The elementary and middle school CSAs are to have a lower LOS than that of the high school CSAs in order to allow those school types the opportunity to continue to provide special programs that require smaller classes. It also provides these school types additional latitude to provide the desired physical capacity and program capacity, while reducing the need for relocatable classrooms. Table 15 provides a list of the projects, capacity added, and planned opening date. Figure 7 identifies the location of property owned by the School District and the location future schools by school type, and the general location of future ancillary facilities in the county. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 26 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 15: Proposed New School and Additions through 2011 -12 NEW SCHOOLS Planning Number Opened / Completed Additional /New capacity Elementary Schools Calusa Park Area G 2008 909 Golden Gate Area J 2008 909 Immokalee K 2008 792 Golden Gate Area North L 2008 909 High Schools Lorenzo Walker Career HS III 2008 440 Immokalee Career Center 2008 600 Total New School ADDITIONS - -- _- 4,559 New Capacity School New Classrooms Opened/ Completed Avalon ES 8 2009 160 Calusa Park ES 10 2008 178 Estates ES 10 2008 196 Highlands ES 23 2007 453 Pinecrest ES 11 2007 220 Shadowlawn ES 10 2011 172 Tommie Barfield ES 11 2010 171 Village Oaks ES 6 2007 110 Golden Gate MS 11 2008 253 Subtotal Additions: 1,913 Total All Projects: 6,472 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 27 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 10 and 20 Year Forecast The first five years of the School District's enrollment forecast are based on a standard cohort survivor model modified to reflect housing and program trends. This method is reliable for three to five years of enrollment projections. However, it is not sufficient to forecast many years into the future. As the forecast attempts to predict housing development, population growth, and educational policy for 10 and 20 years, it is better to look beyond individual schools and to use County -level trends in population projections and zoning and land use capacity. The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department has developed population projections by planning community through the year 2029. These projections were used as the basis for development of the District's 10- and 20 -year enrollment projections. Between 2000 and 2005 the overall population grew by 21 percent from 257,926 to 326,605. In 2000, the 33,876 students enrolled in Collier County's schools represented just over 13 percent (13.1 %) of the County's overall population. While PK -12 enrollment in Collier County schools grew by 19 percent between 2000 and 2005, the portion of the overall population it represented declined slightly to just under 13 percent (12.8 %). This percentage is projected to continue declining over the next 20 years as the county, and nation as a whole, grows older. Although the percentage of the population that student enrollment represents is expected to continue declining, enrollment in Collier County schools is expected to moderately increase over the next 20 years. As of October 2006, the School District had 43,397 students in grades pre- kindergarten through 12th grade. By 2017 this number is projected to grow by approximately 24 percent to over 55,900 students. Between 2017 and 2027 enrollment is projected to increase to nearly 73,700 students. This updated forecast shows a decrease in the rate of growth and 9,500 fewer students over the next 20 years when compared to last year's 20 -year enrollment projections. Tables 16 thorough 19 below provide a summary of the anticipated long range student enrollment and capacity needs for the School District. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 29 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 16: 10 -Year School District Enrollment Forecast Table 17: 30 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Plannino Area School Type Location Planned Capacity Additional Total Existing and d gdditlonal 909 District FY 2017/18 Existing Planned 2012 Protected Schools Totals Enrollment Capacity Through capacity Through FY 2012 Urban Estates Planning Community 1,957 2016 011 Through 2017 2017 8,631 9 Middle 15,338 2012 3,170 3 Elementary 27,543 18,712 7,083 25,795 1,818 2 Middle 11,656 9,618 1,418 11,036 1,132 1 High 16,788 13,822 0 13,822 3,844 2 Total 55,987 43,266 8,501 50,653 6,794 5 Table 17: 30 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Plannino Area School Type Location Planned Capacity Approximate Year Elementary "O" South Naples Planning Community 909 2012 Elementary "Q" Ave Maria Community 909 2012 Middle "GG" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,258 2017 High "EEE" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,957 2012 High "GGG" Urban Estates Planning Community 1,957 2016 Total Elementary 6,990 27,613 Table 18: 20 -Year School District Enrollment Forecast Collier County Public School Facilities Element 30 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Total Additional District FY 2027128 Existing and planned Planned planned #Schools Totals Projected Capacity FY2017- Enrollment Through Through 2027 2017 2027 Elementary 36,244 27,613 8,631 9 Middle 15,338 12,168 3,170 3 High 22,092 17,666 4,426 2 Total 73,674 1 57,447 16,227 1 14 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 30 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 19: 20 -Year Recommended Additional School District Capacity by County Planning Area School Type Location Planned Capacity Approximate Year Elementary "P" Rural Estates Planning Community 909 2019 Elementary "S" Royal Fakapalm Planning Community 909 2020 Elementary "T" Urban Estates Planning Community 909 2022 Elementary "U" Corkscrew Planning Community 909 2018 Elements W" Royal Faka alm Planning Community 909 2024 Elementary "X" Rural Estates Planning Community 909 2025 Elementary "Y" Corkscrew Planning Community 909 2023 Elementary "Z" Urban Estates Planning Community 909 2026 Elementary "A" Royal Fakapalm Planning Community 909 2027 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 8 Classroom Addition TBD Elementary School 160 2021 Middle "DD" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,258 2021 Middle "II" Corkscrew Planning Community 1,258 2024 Middle "JJ" South Naples Planning Community 1,258 2027 High "HHH" Corkscrew Planning Community 1,957 2019 High "DDD" Rural Estates Planning Community 1,957 2027 16 Classroom Addition TBD High School 400 2023 8 Classroom Addition TBD High School 200 2023 Total 16,949 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 31 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Concurrence Service Areas School Concurrency Service Areas (CSA) are the geographic areas in which the level of service (LOS) standard is measured for each school type when an application for residential development is reviewed for school concurrency purposes. A fundamental requirement of school concurrency is the establishment of these areas. This includes the option to establish a district -wide (the entire County) CSA, or less than district -wide (smaller geographic areas) CSAs. These CSAs are used to determine whether adequate capacity is available to accommodate new students generated from residential development for a school type; i.e., elementary, middle, and high schools. The legislature allows school concurrency to be applied district -wide initially, but requires that it be applied on a less than district -wide basis within five years of adoption (Chapter 163.3180(13)(c)1, FS). When applying school concurrency on a less than district -wide basis, the school district is required to maximize utilization of their schools and to apply "adjacency" for available capacity when reviewing residential development. Maximizing utilization requires the School District to evaluate school enrollment and attempt to balance the enrollment by shifting children from a CSA that is over its adopted LOS standard to a CSA that is under the LOS capacity to the greatest extent possible. When capacity is not available within a CSA at the adopted LOS of the school type, new residential development can take into consideration capacity in the adjacent CSA of the directly impacted service area (adjacency). School Concurrency Service Areas for Collier County Currently, the School District, the County and the participating local governments have decided to use less than district -wide CSAs. This form of CSA allows the review for available capacity to occur at the schools most likely to be impacted by the new residential development. If available capacity is not present, the adjacent CSAs will be analyzed for capacity. The CSAs were created using GIS, based on Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ) for Collier County. A description of the methodology used to create the CSAs can be found in Appendix 3. There are a total of 32 CSAs for Collier County Public Schools: 15 Elementary School CSAs, 8 Middle School CSAs, and 8 High School CSAs. The individual TAZ numbers that were merged to create each CSA boundary are summarized in Tables 20 through 22. The Collier County Public School Facilities Element 32 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Elementary, Middle, and High School Concurrency Service Area maps are referenced as Figures 8 through Figure 10. In addition to the District - operated schools with defined attendance boundaries, Collier County contains several schools of choice. These include District - operated schools that enroll only those students who apply for admission, as well as charter schools not operated by the District. One example of the latter is Marco Island Charter Middle School. This school is not currently included in a CSA, but at such time as the utilization in the M2 - Southwest Area CSA is affected by residential development, the utilization of the Charter school would be taken into consideration. Currently, Marco Island Charter serves as a middle school for attendance by Marco Island Middle School students only, with no District transportation provided. With the projected residential growth in the M2 CSA anticipated for the mainland, eventually impacting Manatee Middle School and the CSA's LOS, an evaluation of the Charter school's enrollment and projected growth at that time may be factors in determining the necessity of its inclusion into the CSA. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 33 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Table 20: Elementary School CSA breakdown CSA /D CSA Name TAZ Et Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 E2 Southwest South CSA 306 -313, 317 -334, 337 -340, 343 -346 E3 Southwest North CSA 233, 244, 246, 247, 249, 277, 278, 280, 287 -298, 301 -305, 314, 355 -362 E4 Golden Gate Area CSA 196 -211, 245, 248, 251 -257, 264 -266 112, 117, 118, 120, 122, 157 -160, 170, E5 Naples Area CSA 171, 175 -179, 181 -183, 185 -187, 189, 191,195 1 -24, 27 -34, 45-48, 51, 56 -58, 61, 64 -70, E6 Northwest Area CSA 119, 121, 123, 124, 151 -156, 166 -169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 250, 258 -263, 267, 270 -276, 279, 281 -284 37 -44, 52, 53, 73 -84, 91, 93, 102 -109, E7 Northwest Area CSA 113 -116, 125 -144, 147, 148, 162 -165, 172 E8 Northwest Area CSA 85 -90, 92, 94 -101, 161, 180, 184, 188, 190, 219, 220, 365 -377 E9 Northwest Area CSA 212 -215, 217, 218, 221 -225, 227 -232, 234 -241, 391, 393 E10 North Central Area CSA 216, 387, 389, 390, 392, 394 -403 Ell Immokalee Area CSA 417 -422, 426, 427, 430 -436 E12 Immokalee ES2 CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 -413, 416, 425, 428, 429 E13 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 386 E14 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 353,354 E15 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 347, 348, 352, 378 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 34 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Table 21: Middle School CSA breakdown CSA /D CSA Name TAZ M1 Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 1 -24, 27 -34, 37 -48, 51 -53, 56 -58, 61, 64- 70, 119, 121, 123, 124, 147, 151 -156, M2 Southwest Area CSA 166 -169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 230, 233, 244 -267, 270 -284, 287 -298, 301 -314, 317 -334, 337 -340, 343 -346, 355 -362 M3 North Central CSA 196 -217, 222 -225, 227 -229, 234 -237, 239, 387, 389 -402 H3 North Central CSA 73 -109, 112-118,120, 122, 125 -144, M4 Northwest CSA 148, 157 -165, 170 -172, 175 -191, 195,218 -221, 231, 232, 238, 240, 241, H4 Northwest CSA 365 -377, 403 M5 Immokalee CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 -413, 416 -422, 425- H5 Immokalee CSA 436 M6 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 386 M7 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 353,354 M8 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge Areas 347, 348, 352, 378 Table 22: High School CSA breakdown -D - CSA / - - - CSA _- - Na- me - -TA -- - Z H1 Everglades City CSA 349, 350, 351 1 -24, 27 -34, 37 -48, 51 -53, 56 -58, 61, 64- 70, 119, 121, 123, 124, 147, 148, 151 - H2 Southwest CSA 156, 166 -169, 173, 174, 192 -194, 246- 250, 255 -263, 265 -267, 270 -284, 287- 298, 301 -314, 317 -334, 337 -340, 343- 346, 355 -357, 361, 362 196 -217, 222 -225, 227 -230, 233 -237, H3 North Central CSA 239, 244, 245, 251 -254, 264, 358 -360, 387, 389-403 73 -109, 112 -118, 120, 122, 125 -144, H4 Northwest CSA 157 -165, 170 -172, 175 -191, 195, 218- 221, 231, 232, 238, 240, 241, 365 -377 H5 Immokalee CSA 379 -385, 388, 404 -413, 416 -422, 425- 436 H6 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge 386 Areas H7 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge 353,354 Areas H8 Conservation or Wildlife Refuge 347, 348, 352, 378 Areas Collier County Public School Facilities Element 35 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Level of Service The level of service (LOS) standards, which are adopted in the Interlocal Agreement (ILA) as well as in the Public School Facilities Element (PSFE) and Capital Improvements Element (CIE), are used to establish maximum permissible school utilization relative to the total capacity within a CSA. An essential component of determining the LOS standard for the geographic areas of the CSAs is the School District's ability to adopt a financially feasible capital program that can achieve and maintain the LOS standard by school type for each CSA. The school concurrency program's LOS standards balance the School District's ability to finance a capital program with its ability to achieve and maintain the adopted LOS for public schools. The establishment of a LOS standard ensures that new or expanded school facilities are built in time to accommodate students generated from new residential developments. If the capacity does not exist to support the students generated by the new development, both the new students and the schools are burdened with overcrowding issues. The Florida Legislature recognizes that an essential requirement for a concurrency system is the LOS standard at which a CSA is expected to operate. The new language established in Chapter 163.3177(12)(c), F.S. requires that the public school facilities element be "based upon data and analysis that address, among other things, how the LOS standards will be achieved and maintained." The ability to achieve and maintain the LOS must be based on a financially feasible Five -Year Capital Plan, adopted annually by the School Board as prescribed in Chapter 163.3180(13)(d)(1), F.S. The LOS standards will be adopted into the CIE of the local governments' comprehensive plans and must apply district -wide for the CSAs of all schools of the same type (elementary, middle, and high) as required in Chapter 163.3180 (13)(b)(3), F.S.. School Level of Service for Collier County The LOS standards for Collier County will be 100 percent of the permanent FISH capacity for high school CSAs and a LOS of 95 percent of the permanent FISH capacity for middle school CSAs and elementary school CSAs. Based on the School District's financially feasible Five - Year Capital Plan, there will be no CSAs which exceed the LOS standards in Collier County at the end of the five year planning period. Due to the School District's ability to achieve and maintain a LOS of no more than 100 percent for high schools and 95 percent for elementary and middle schools, there is no need to establish a tiered LOS at this time, or to isolate certain overcapacity schools in long -term management program. Tables 23 -1 through 23- Collier County Public School Facilities Element 39 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 20 identify the schools located in each CSA, their existing capacity, their current enrollment and their projected enrollment for the current five -year planning period. In addition, the tables identify the solutions (new schools, additions, etc.) which will be used to maintain the adopted LOS standard. 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C c 3 .E d � O C E E 2-2 C C GI O C o 0 a2 I O0 LL, N C E� .a Co E 0 d) % m m (1 W m m 3 G W J Co- location and shared use of facilities are important to both the School District and the Local Governments. The School District will look for opportunities to co- locate and share use of school facilities and civic facilities when preparing the Educational Plant Survey. Likewise, co- location and shared use opportunities will be considered by the local governments when preparing the updates to their Comprehensive Plan, Schedule of Capital Improvements and when planning and designing new, or renovating existing, community facilities which may be compatible with schools. For example, opportunities for co- location and shared use will be considered for libraries, parks, recreation facilities, community centers, auditoriums, learning centers, museums, performing arts centers, and stadiums. Coordinated planning for co- location and joint use will result in capital savings for the School District and Local Governments and create community focal points. Co- location and shared use of facilities are important tools in budgeting and community building for the School District and Local Governments. Collier County is 2,025 square miles in area, and includes the cities of Naples, Marco Island and Everglades City. Most of the county's land area is inland and some distance from the Gulf of Mexico. The Collier County Parks and Recreation Department plays a key role in providing water and beach access, as well as providing alternative, land -based activities. Through the State's coordinated planning requirements for school concurrency, Local Governments and the School District are directed to recognize the benefits and opportunities realized through the sharing of facilities and costs to the greatest extent possible. The School District would benefit from joint use of parks in the vicinity of public schools, due largely to the Collier County Parks and Recreation Department's dedication to promoting health and wellness, alternative leisure activities, community involvement through sports and special events for County residents. Figure 11 displays locations of current and proposed school locations, as well as parcels of County -owned land and locations of County facilities. A number of proposed school locations are located adjacent to parcels owned by the County, including the Future "R" Elementary, Future "JJ" Middle, Future "EEE" High, Future °GGG" High, and Future °JJJ" High Schools. For appropriate County properties that are not already programmed, these adjacencies could provide the opportunity for co- location of County and School District facilities for the purpose of enhancing the quality of life for area residents and students. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 42 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The East Naples Community Park refurbishments, soccer field and center expansion, may create an opportunity to establish a relationship with the School District for mutual use in exchange for use of schools for community meeting purposes. The planning of Manatee Community Park is in Phase I of its development, with construction time still to be determined. This park, as well as the large regional parks in Collier County including Orangetree Regional Park and North Collier Regional Park, may provide coordination opportunities with the School District. The North Collier Regional Park's Exhibit Hall currently provides learning opportunities for students, and the softball and basketball courts at Max A. Hasse Jr. Community Park provide centrally located recreation opportunities to several sections of Collier County, including Golden Gate Estates and the rural North Naples areas. Co- location is intended to provide efficient use of existing infrastructure and discourage sprawl. Identification early in a budget cycle and coordination among agencies will promote successful and effectively utilized public facilities. The School District and the County Department of Parks and Recreation currently maintain negotiated shared -use agreements as part of existing co- location efforts. Each agreement, and the stipulations contained therein, are site - specific and are situationally dependent. Cost effective co- location or joint use of School District or Local Government-owned property could provide substantial savings for existing and future public facilities. The model of cooperation that exists between the School District and County Department of Parks and Recreation could act as the model for coordination between the School District and other entities, including special districts. Opportunities for co- location and joint use should be explored with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board ( PARAB) and the School District. The PARAB provides guidance and community input for the Parks and Recreation Department. As residential development proceeds in different areas of the County, opportunities for co- location and joint use should be incorporated into the planning of public facilities to serve the local communities. Mutual Use Agreements For each instance of co- location and shared use, the School Board and Local Government shall enter into a separate mutual use agreement addressing legal liability, operating and maintenance costs, scheduling of use, facility supervision and any other issues that may arise from co- location and joint use. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 43 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 ��� � i _ �, �1 �? Ir � t, ��� �.., .� _ _�I _ I -,.... �. � � y � 4 �° i_•• �_ - i f1 • � 1 ti �° � ,, �� �, -;� 1 o ��.:. ���� i' �i ffW� School District Capital Improvements and Revenue Sources School District Capital Improvements The School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is the foundation of an annual planning process that allows the School District to effectively address changing enrollment patterns, development, and growth. It is updated and adopted each year, and provides details of district -wide capital improvement needs, funding availability and a proposed schedule for addressing the improvements. Identified in the CIP are proposed projects that are needed to address existing and future projected capacity needs. The School District's Five -Year Capital Improvement Program is an expansion and reformatting of the State's required 5 -Year Work Plan. The goal of the CIP is to encourage community support and understanding, and ultimately to assure public accountability. With the passage of Senate Bill 360 in 2005, local governments are now required to annually adopt the School District's CIP into the CIE of their respective comprehensive plans. Therefore, the School District's capital improvements must be supported by a financially feasible plan, and formally adopted by the School Board each year. The CIP serves as this required financially feasible plan and demonstrates how the School District will achieve and maintain the adopted LOS for schools. Table 24 is a comprehensive summary of the School District's planned capital improvement program along with projected expenditures and revenue over the five -year planning period, as tentatively adopted by the Collier County School Board in April 2007. It provides the estimated cost of addressing the School District's capital construction program to ensure the availability of permanent classrooms for a five year projected Pre -K through 12 student enrollment. It also provides the estimated cost of addressing site acquisition, health and safety items, educational technology, equipment and ancillary facility needs, and other capital expenditures, by year, for the five -year planning period. 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They utilize a variety of State and local revenue sources to provide for the capital needs of the School District. Local funding sources include millage (maximum 2 -mil local property tax), school impact fees, Certificates of Participation (COPs do not require voter approval), short term loans, and voter - approved General Obligation Bonds and sales tax revenue (usually one -half to one cent increase for specific projects). In addition to the local funding sources, the School District seeks the maximum available state funding provided through Public Education and Capital Outlay (PECO) funds and other state revenue sources such as Capital Outlay and Debt Service (CO & DS) and Class Size Reduction (CSR) appropriations. State capital outlay funding sources are derived from motor vehicle license tax revenue Capital Outlay and Debt Service (CO & DS), and gross receipts tax revenue from utilities Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO) funds. In addition, the recent mandate for smaller class sizes has made additional state funding available. However, state funds represent less than 10 percent of the School District's capital needs. The School District has the legal authority to utilize up to 1.5 mils of the 2.0 capital tax to fund the debt service or Certificates of Participation (COPS) issues. It anticipates future borrowing of $168,300,000 over the next five years to provide adequate facilities for anticipated growth. Table 25 is a summary of estimated revenue sources and estimated annual revenue for the next five years. In general, funding available from state and local sources (including the issuance of long- term debt and the continuation of school impact fees) are sufficient to finance the School District's capital improvement program. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 50 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 N H N N O N I O \ O O N LL d c C Q: 9 m m E a+ h W w O m E E 7 U) 1 in N d Z m r w ^� W N� Iii E 4-0 CD W 45 0 E E c v E v w w v y li O 0 O N O y u N m U ¢ a0 i T C i c E C U C � m 0 O U�D O O S 75 m N NN N gg gg CC g 8 �VV�yy g8 g 8 p� g$ ry, iL O O S 25 m Fi3 25 3 e°i N N ^ v N chi s N �c N pppp 88 S 8 8 T pp �y 4yC�� 8 {y y 58 0 0 i'i gOg O 8 8 u] 88 8 �Ny 88 A Sy� N �p �O 8P ppO W (�� 8O O (�Ob�(�ffijj O�Y pyO �Ny G �Ny = O N N O N N$ LV g tV b O N N o pp �j W Qr o O C Cs1 Op � O 8 �t! O 1� OD QpQ QOg 5O5�� W QO yO�flyi f? yO� `@i O Xi O O O N N i5 NW 25 O �S h m N� Y 25 u) 3 c`9i_ c '8 ON Yi a��J V 8 SO S8 88 8 �O 8N 8 8 [fqy � 8 S �qp 8O 8O ?�j 8O 8O 1(pO� (OV (�V O P O 1�1pp0 f�l lY 10 LL m C C 0 � 2 m E W 5 ci ie w a c v E v w w v y li O 0 O N O y u N m U ¢ a0 i T C i c E C U C � m 0 O U�D Supporting Infrastructure Needs and School Planning Shared Costs By coordinating the planning of future schools with affected local governments, the School District can better identify the costs associated with site selection and the construction of new schools. Coordinated planning requires the School District to coordinate school planning with the representatives from various government agencies. The affected jurisdiction may coordinate with School District staff to perform its own technical review of the site. This analysis permits the School District and affected local governments to jointly determine the need for and timing of on -site and off -site improvements necessary to support each new school. The School District's projected student growth requires the School Board to obtain land for future use when it is available, at a reasonable cost. Collier County is undergoing significant infrastructure development and analyzing the infrastructure needs for planned school sites as necessary. With this process, shared funding for capital improvements for school sites can be determined according to the responsibility of each party for each specific school site. Necessary infrastructure coordination may include: potable water lines, sewer lines, drainage systems, roadways including turn lanes, traffic signalization and signage, site lighting, bus stops, and sidewalks. These improvements are to be assessed on a school -by- school basis. As the need for new schools is identified, improvements will be assessed at the earliest point in the school planning process as possible. Approval conditions can cover the timing and responsibility for construction, as well as the operation and maintenance of required on -site and off -site improvements. Any such improvements should be in keeping with the financially feasible capital plan adopted by the School Board. Other cost- effective measures should be considered by local governments during the process of formulating neighborhood plans and programs and reviewing large residential projects. During those processes, the County and the Cities can encourage developers or property owners to provide the School District with incentives to build schools in their neighborhoods. These incentives may include, but are not limited to, donation and preparation of site(s), acceptance of stormwater run -off from future school facilities into development project stormwater management systems, reservation or sale of school sites at pre - development prices, construction of new school facilities or renovation of existing school facilities, and provision of transportation alternatives. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 52 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 School District Capital Improvements Summary Florida law requires that the PSFE of a local government comprehensive plan address how the LOS standards will be achieved and maintained. The ability to achieve and maintain the adopted LOS must be based on a school district's financially feasible Five -Year Capital Facilities Plan. The School District continuously reviews its capital needs, via the District School Board of Collier County Capital Improvements Plan, on a long term basis. Furthermore, the law requires that the public school LOS standards be adopted into local government capital improvement element, and must apply to all schools of the same type (elementary, middle, and high). The District School Board of Collier County Capital Improvements Plan, as developed for the CSA as proposed, will achieve and maintain the adopted LOS in each CSA for the five year period. The School District's Five -Year Capital Facilities Plan is required to be financially feasible which will correct any existing deficiencies to attain the adopted LOS, and maximize school utilization. Capacity is added in accordance with the annually adopted financially feasible Five -Year Capital Plan. The adopted LOS standard, the level of will not be exceeded in each CSA for the five year period with the continued coordinated planning of school facilities. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 53 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 APPENDICIES Collier County Public School Facilities Element 54 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 �7f PT 1 I 1. Specific GIS SQL statements used in the identification of the five housing types can be found below. Furthermore, "School Type" = Elementary, Middle, or High can be appended to the beginning of these statements to isolate just the housing types for the Elementary, Middle, or High School students only. Please note that depending on whether the final GIS file is a shape file or a personal geo- database feature class, the double quotation marks (" ") will need to be replaced with single quotation marks ( ''), and the parenthesis (( )) will need to be replaced with brackets ([ ]). Single Family. ("USE—CODE" = 1 OR "USE—CODE" = 51 OR "USE—CODE" = 52 OR "USE—CODE" = 60 OR "USE—CODE" = 61 OR "USE—CODE" = 66 OR "USE—CODE" = 67 OR "USE—CODE" = 69 OR "USE—CODE" = 99) Multi Family: ("USE—CODE" = 3 OR "USE—CODE" = 6 OR "USE _CODE" = 7 OR "USE—CODE" =8 OR "USE—CODE" =71 OR "USE—CODE" =75 OR "USE—CODE" =79) Mobile Home: ("USE—CODE" = 2 OR "USE—CODE" = 28) Condo /Co -Op: ( "USE_CODE" = 4 OR "USE—CODE" = 5) Government: ("USE—CODE" = 83 OR "USE—CODE" = 84 OR "USE—CODE" = 85 OR "USE—CODE" = 86 OR "USE—CODE" = 87 OR "USE—CODE" = 88 OR "USE—CODE" = 90) Collier County Public School Facilities Element 55 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Im PRIM The following is a comparison of the methodologies used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report and the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study. The description presents student generation rates (SGRs) that would have been produced from the data used in this report, had the methodology in the 2006 Collier County Impact Fee Study been used. The 2006 update to the Collier County Impact Fee Study, prepared by Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc., contains a simplified version of the SGR analysis used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This simplified version is based on only three housing categories: Single Family, Multi - Family, and Mobile Homes. The Tindale- Oliver and Associates study utilized square footage for single family residences, which created three separate categories and single family residential SGRs. When those three categories of single family SGRs are averaged, the result is a Single Family SGR of 0.38. Additionally, the Tindale- Oliver study methodology resulted in a SGR for Multi - Family of 0.12, and a SGR for Mobile Homes of 0.21. The methodology in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report utilized student - specific data, current as of the October 2006 FTE count. The Florida Department of Revenue tax code (DOR Code) was assigned to each parcel in the County's database at the Collier County Property Appraiser (CCPA) Office. The DOR Code serves as the basis for determining housing type in this study. By utilizing the DOR tax code as a housing type identifier, a residence could be assigned any one of nine different housing categories (DOR Codes 1 -9 are different types of residential units). For this Data and Analysis report a total of five categories were selected: Single Family, Multi - Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums /Co- Operatives, and Government. Utilizing Geographic Information Systems, a spatial join of the data allowed each parcel's unique DOR Code in the Collier County parcel database to be appended to each student point. This further allowed each student to be classified into one of five housing unit categories: Single Family, Multi- Family, Mobile Homes, Condominiums and Co- Operatives, and Government. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 56 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 The methodology used in the Tindale- Oliver impact fee study, however, does not differentiate between multi - family units, condominiums (condominiums can be considered a multi - family residence), or government housing units. Utilizing the impact fee study's methodology, the student counts for Multi - Family, Condo /Co -Op, and Government were summed. This resulted in a "multi- family" count of 11,477 students. The process was then repeated for the number of units for those same housing types, for a result of a total of 104,655 "multi- family" units. The SGR figures that resulted from the use of this methodology on the data used in the Data and Analysis report are shown in the table below. The data used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report, when the five categories are combined down into three housing categories, results in SGRs similar to those of the Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc. Impact Fee Study (compare to Table 13: _. Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates). Most importantly, the two methodologies' results follow a similar high -low trend in their resulting SGRs, in which Single Family classifications have the highest SGRs, followed by Mobile Homes, and then Multi - Family classifications. The difference between the two methodologies is in the detail that is represented in the Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This is due to the specificity of the DOR Code, and particularly through separating out the Condo category, which has a very high number of units in relationship to the number of students. It is essentially the same methodology, but when the data is separated into greater detail, the numbers change. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 57 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 Single Family Multi- Family Mobile Homes Elementary 0.16 0.06 0.12 Middle 0.10 0.03 0.04 High 0.12 0.03 0.05 Total 0.38 0.12 0.21 The data used in this Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report, when the five categories are combined down into three housing categories, results in SGRs similar to those of the Tindale- Oliver and Associates, Inc. Impact Fee Study (compare to Table 13: _. Collier County School Concurrency Student Generation Rates). Most importantly, the two methodologies' results follow a similar high -low trend in their resulting SGRs, in which Single Family classifications have the highest SGRs, followed by Mobile Homes, and then Multi - Family classifications. The difference between the two methodologies is in the detail that is represented in the Public School Facilities Element Data and Analysis Report. This is due to the specificity of the DOR Code, and particularly through separating out the Condo category, which has a very high number of units in relationship to the number of students. It is essentially the same methodology, but when the data is separated into greater detail, the numbers change. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 57 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 The following steps were used to create the boundaries of the CSAs for school concurrency (Figures 8, 9, and 10). The progression of this process is shown on the succeeding pages, using maps of CSA E5 as the example. 1) Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs) boundary data obtained from Collier County GIS was used as the basis for creating the individual CSAs for each school type (elementary, middle, and high). TAZs provide a good base for defining CSAs, because they provide a geography commonly used for analytical and planning purposes, and contain population information. 2 and 3) Based on staff determinations, each individual TAZ was grouped and assigned a CSA value. The groupings were designed to closely match, but not replicate, individual school boundaries. Although individual school boundaries are based on TAZ geography, exact matches between TAZ groupings and individual school boundaries do not occur. This is primarily because a CSA may contain more than one school. Additionally, school boundaries change over time, and a match between school boundaries and TAZs in the present may not occur in the future. The grouping process was repeated separately for each school type. 4) The grouped TAZs were dissolved into a single shape, creating a single CSA based on TAZ boundaries. The individual TAZs represented in each CSA boundary, according to school type, are listed in Tables 20, 21, and 22 of this document. Collier County Public School Facilities Element 58 Data and Analysis Draft Document - August 2007 Attendance Boundary Mans Appendix 4 Collier County Public School Facilities Element 63 Data and Analysis Draft Document — August 2007 T IS S T p S RJVL 0 0,1 oz 03 04 05 IMMOKALEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONES EFFECTIVE 2007 -2008 L R]SE RYSE _ HIGHLANDS { LAKE TRAFF OR D AMON" ; : PINECREST -. a VILLAGE OAKS zx e,3¢.�� < s § T IS S T p S RJVL 0 0,1 oz 03 04 05 7 �4 6 1 �8!, s yilT Sr 1 { EMU 4 d o R� t a� x� )iyy � ri Ylfi;. y COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT Prepared By Collier County Planning Services Department Comprehensive Planning Section Prepared for COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS October, 1997 AMENDMENTS TO COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT SYMBOL DATE AMENDED (I) February 23, 1999 (II) May 9, 2000 (III) November 19, 2002 (IV) September 10, 2003 (V) December 16, 2003 (VI) October 26, 2004 (VII) June 7, 2005 ORDINANCE NO. Ordinance No. 99 -14 Ordinance No. 2000 -31 Ordinance No. 2002 -60 Ordinance No. 2003 -44 Ordinance No. 2003 -67 Ordinance No. 2004 -71 Ordinance No. 2005 -25 Indicates adopted portion Note: the support document will be updated as current information becomes available. (VII) = Plan Amendment adopted on June 7, 2005 by Ordinance No. 2005 -25 Words underlined are added; words 644& thF9ugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted_ underline have been added; words in red and sEwelHhreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words douhle unrlerlinad are added; words 9euLQlaQiFWQ1' &l4FQwqlq are deleted, as proposed by County staff — since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) * 11. * 111. * IV * V VI. TABLE OF CONTENTS Paae INTRODUCTION CIE-1 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES CIE-2 IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: Roads Projects CIE —14 -17 Parks Projects CIE — 18 Storm -water Projects CIE — 19 Water Projects CIE — 20 Solid -waste Projects CIE — 21 Sewer Projects nL.nnl D.ninMn CIE — 22 Library Buildings Projects gig CIE — 23 EMS Projects CIE — 24 Jail Projects CIE — 25 COST AND REVENUES CIE — 26 -27 PROGRAMS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION CIE — 28 -29 ANALYSIS (Support Documents) Public Facility Requirements Appendix A Capital Improvements Projects Appendix B Capital Improvement Financing Capacity Appendix C Collier County School Board Appendix D Capital Improvement Program Timing & Location of Capital Appendix E Improvements: Current Local Practices Financing Plan Appendix F Collier County Fifth Annual Update & Inventory Appendix G Report (AUIR) on Public Facilities Adopted portions Words underlined are added; words stWk threugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted_underline have been added; words in red and sirask through are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words 9e4110 -e4weki14Fee9p are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 1. INTRODUCTION In 1985 and 1986 the Florida Legislature significantly strengthened the requirements for county and city comprehensive plans. One of the provisions of the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act is the requirement that the comprehensive plan must contain a Capital Improvement Element to "... consider the needs for and location of public facilities ..." (Section 163.3177(3), Florida Statutes). The Capital Improvement Element (CIE) must identify public facilities that will be required during the next five years, including the cost of the facilities, and the sources of revenue that will be used to fund the facilities. One of the specific requirements of the legislation states that the public facilities that are contained in the CIE must be based on "standards to ensure the availability of public facilities and the adequacy of those facilities including acceptable levels of service." The administrative regulation that implements the statutes defines the phrase 'level of service" as "... an indicator of the extent or degree of service provided by ... a facility based on and related to the operational characteristics of the facility. Level of service shall indicate the capacity per unit of demand for each public facility." (Section 9J -5.003 (41), Florida Administrative Code). CIE — 1 Words underlined are added; words stns( through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and strask-threugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words Aea4leatrael, I rFQ gp are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES GOAL 1: TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES CONCURRENT WITH NEW DEVELOPMENT IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN OR EXCEED ADOPTED STANDARDS FOR LEVELS OF SERVICE. OBJECTIVE 1.1: Identify and define types of public facilities for which the County is responsible, establish standards for levels of service for each such public facility, and determine what quantity of additional public facilities are needed in order to achieve and maintain the standards. Policy 1.1.1: The County shall establish standards for levels of service for two categories of public facilities, as follows: Category A public facilities are facilities which appear in other elements of this comprehensive plan, including arterial and collector roads, surface water management systems, potable water systems, sanitary sewer systems, solid waste disposal facilities, and parks and recreation facilities and public school facilities. The standards for levels of service of Category A County provided public facilities shall apply to development orders issued by the County and to the County's annual budget, and to the appropriate individual element of this Comprehensive Plan. The standards for levels of service of Category A facilities which are not County provided shall apply to development orders issued by the County and to the appropriate individual element of this Comprehensive Plan, but shall not apply to the County's annual budget. Category B public facilities are facilities for the County's library, jail, and emergency medical services. The standards for levels of service of Category B public facilities shall apply to the County's annual budget, but not apply to development orders issued by the County. Public facilities shall include land, structures, the initial furnishings and equipment (including ambulances, fire apparatus, and library collection materials), design, permitting, and construction costs. Other "capital" costs, such as motor vehicles and motorized equipment, computers and office equipment, office furnishings, and small tools are considered in the County's annual budget, but such items are not "public facilities" for the purposes of the Growth Management Plan, or the issuance of development orders. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE— 2 Words underlined are added; words skask through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted—underline have been added; words in red and 6NU9ktNreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words dn„hla underlined are added; words deUWe- stwek-NKeugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Policy 1.1.2: The quantity of public facilities that is needed to eliminate existing deficiencies and to meet the needs of future growth shall be determined for each public facility by the following calculation: Q= (SxD) -I. Where Q is the quantity of public facility needed, S is the standard for level of service, D is the demand, such as the population, and I is the inventory of existing facilities. A. The calculation will be used for existing demand in order to determine existing deficiencies. The calculation will be used for projected demand in order to determine needs of future growth. The estimates of projected demand will account for demand that is likely to occur from previously issued development orders as well as future growth. (II)(III)(IV)(VI) B. The County Commission will review all rezone requests, SRA designation applications, conditional use petitions, and proposed amendments to the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) affecting the overall County -Wide density or intensity of permissible development with consideration of their impact on both the variable "D" in the formula Q = (S x D) - I, and the overall roadway system. The County Commission shall not approve any such rezone request, SRA designation, conditional use petition, or FLUE amendment, that significantly impacts either: (1) a deficient roadway segment or; (2) the BEBR high range growth rate population projections through the five years of the annually updated Capital Improvement Plan, on a continuously rolling basis, and then 95% of the BEBR high range growth rate thereafter, for the variable "D ", unless one of the following simultaneously occurs: — (VI) 1. Specific mitigating stipulations are approved in conjunction with the rezone or SRA designation resolution, conditional use petition, or FLUE amendment, to restore or maintain the Level of Service on the impacted roadway segment; (II) 2. The adopted population standard used for calculation of "Q" in the formula Q = (S x D) — I is amended based on appropriate data and analysis; (VI) 3. The Schedule of Capital Improvements is updated to include any necessary projects that would support the additional public facility demand(s) created by the rezone, SRA designation resolution, conditional use petition, or amendment to the Future Land Use Element. (III)(VI) C. Significant impact is hereby defined for Section B of this Policy as generating potential for increased County -Wide population greater than 3% of the population projections for Parks, Solid Waste, Water, Sewer and Drainage facilities, or as generating a volume of traffic equal to or greater than 3 %of the adopted LOS standard service volume of an impacted roadway, or as Generating a wmwAiW number of new public school students in excess of the adopted LOS standards for each Concurrence Service Area (CSA) for each school leve(1vpe. (VI) = Plan Amendment adopted on October 26, 2004 by Ordinance No. 2004 -71 CIE— 3 Words underlined are added; words skuskaMeugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and strusk- tgreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words douhle underlined are added; words deu4leQ4F -al, Jl;rQw9H are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/16/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) D. There are three circumstances in which the standards for levels of service are not the exclusive determinant of need for a public facility: (11) (111) 2. 3. Calculated needs for public facilities in coastal high hazard areas are subject to all limits and conditions in the Conservation and Coastal Management and Future Land Use Elements of this Growth Management Plan. Replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, and repair, remodeling and renovation, will be determined by the Board of County Commissioners upon the recommendation of the County Manager. Public facilities that provide levels of service in excess of the standards adopted in this Growth Management Plan may be constructed or acquired at any time as long as the following conditions are met: a. the facility does not make financially unfeasible any public facility of the same type that is needed to achieve or maintain the standards for levels of service adopted in this Growth Management Plan, and b. the facility does not contradict, limit or substantially change the goals, objectives and policies of any element of this Growth Management Plan. Any public facility that is determined to be needed as a result of any of the factors listed in Section B and D of this Policy shall be included in the regular Schedule of Capital Improvements contained in this Capital Improvement Element. All capital improvement projects for such public facilities shall be approved in the same manner as the projects that are identified according to the quantitative analysis described in Section A of this policy. Policy 1.1.3: The determination of location of improvements to expand public facilities will take into consideration the projected growth patterns as identified in the County's annual population projections. Where applicable, public facility improvements will be coordinated with the capital facility plans of any other governmental entity providing public facilities within Collier County. Policy 1.1.4: Public facility improvements within a category are to be considered in the following order or priority: A. Replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, including repair, remodeling and renovation of facilities that contribute to achieving or maintaining levels of service. B. New facilities that reduce or eliminate existing deficiencies in levels of service. C. New facilities that provide the adopted levels of service for new growth during the next five fiscal years, as updated by the annual review of the Capital Improvement Element. In the event that the planned capacity of public facilities is insufficient to serve all applicants for development orders, the capital improvements will be scheduled in the following priority order to serve: (III) 1. previously approved development orders permitting redevelopment, (111)2. previously approved development orders permitting new development, (111)3. new development orders permitting redevelopment, and (111) 4. new development orders permitting new developments. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE— 4 Words underlined are added; words s£rask through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted - underline have been added; words in red and skask through are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words sieuple- skuek- through are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/16/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) D. Improvements to existing facilities, and new facilities that significantly reduce the operating cost of providing a service or facility. E. New facilities that exceed the adopted levels of service for new growth during the next five fiscal years by either: 1. providing excess public facility capacity that maybe needed by future growth beyond the next five fiscal years, or 2. providing higher quality public facilities than are contemplated in the County's normal design criteria for such facilities. Policy 1.1.5: The standards for levels of service of public facilities shall be as follows: (III) Category A Public Facilities Arterial and collector roads, including state highways not on the Florida Intrastate Highway System FIHS) (III) Al Roadways: A1.1 Arterials and collector roads: Level of Service as indicated below on the basis of peak hour, traffic volume: Level of Service "E" on the following designated roads: Roads Airport- Pulling Road Golden Gate Parkway Goodlette -Frank Road Goodlette -Frank Road Pine Ridge Road US 41 Airport- Pulling Road Airport- Pulling Road Davis Boulevard Golden Gate Parkway Livingston Road Vanderbilt Beach Road From Pine Ridge Road Airport- Pulling Road Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Parkway US 41 Collier Boulevard US 41 Pine Ridge Road US 41 US 41 Golden Gate Parkway US 41 To Golden Gate Parkway Santa Barbara Boulevard Golden Gate Parkway US 41 Logan Boulevard Old US 41 Golden Gate Parkway Vanderbilt Beach Road Airport- Pulling Road Airport - Pulling Road Radio Road Gulfshore Drive (III) A1.2 Level of Service "D" peak hour on all other County and State (not on the FIHS) arterial and collector roads. (111) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE— 5 Words underlined are added; words strask 44eugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and 6#61&tpreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words doublta underlined are added; words 6eu41e- skuekiVxeugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (1))(11)(111) A2 State and Federal Roads: Collier County sets and adopts the LOS standards for state roads with the exception of those on the Florida Intrastate Highway System (FIHS). In Collier County FDOT sets and maintains the LOS for 1 -75. The standards for 1 -75 are as follows: EXISTING TRANSITIONING RURAL AREA URBANIZED AREA URBANIZED AREA 1 -75 B C C A3 County Surface Water Management Systems: A3.1 Future "private" developments - water quantity and quality standards as specified in Collier County Ordinances 74 -50 and 90 -10. A3.2 Existing "private" developments and existing or future public drainage facilities - those existing levels of service identified (by design storm return frequency event) by the completed portions of the Water Management Master Plan as listed in the Drainage/Water Management Subelement of the Public Facilities Element. (1)(IV) A4 County Potable Water Systems: A4.1 County systems County Water District - 185 gallons per capita per day Goodland Water District - 185 gallons per capita per day (111)(IV)A4.2 City of Naples = 185 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area City of Everglades - 185 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area A4.3 Private potable water systems: Sewage flow design standards as identified in Policy 1.3.1 of the Potable Water Subelement of this Growth Management Plan. (1) A5 County Sanitary Sewer Systems: (111) A5.1 County systems: North Sewer Service Area = 145 gallons per capita per day South Sewer Service Area = 100 gallons per capita per day (111)(IV) A5.2 City of Naples = 145 gallons per capita per day in the unincorporated service area A5.3 Private sanitary sewer systems: Sewage flow design standards as identified in Policy 1.2.1 of the Sanitary Sewer Subelement of this Growth Management Plan. (11) A6 County Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A6.1 Two years of constructed lined cell capacity at the average disposal rate for the previous five (5) years CIE — 6 Words underlined are added; words sirask-HKeugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and siruek threugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words doubts underlined are added; words 9suhlg 64Fwalk !hF@wgh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) A6.2 Ten years of permittable capacity at the average disposal rate for the previous five (5) years. (111) A7 County Parks and Recreation Facilities: A7.1 Regional Park land = 2.9412 acres per 1,000 /pop. A7.2 Community Park land = 1.2882 acres per 1,000 /pop. (111) A7.3 Recreation facilities = $240.00 capital investment per capita A8 Public School Facilities Category B Public Facilities: B1 County Library Buildings: 0.33 square feet per capita (1)(11)(111) B2 County Library Collection: 2.05 books per capita by FY 10 (III) B3 County Jail: 0.0024 beds per capita (2.4 beds per 1000 population) (111) B4 County Emergency Medical Service: .000068 EMS units per capita (1 Unit/15,000 Population) (VI) B5 County General Government Buildings: 1.9 square feet per functional resident (weighted) (VI) = Plan Amendment adopted on October 26, 2004 by Ordinance No. 2004 -71 CIE — 7 Words underlined are added; words stFuGk thFough are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant - Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and sHUek- through are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/1 a/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OBJECTIVE 1.2: Provide public facilities in order to maintain adopted level of service standards that are within the ability of the County to fund, or within the County's authority to require others to provide. Existing facility deficiencies measured against the adopted level of service standards will be eliminated with revenues generated by ad valorem taxes and intergovernmental revenues received based on economic activity. Future development will bear a proportionate cost of facility improvements necessitated by growth. Future development's payments may take the form of, but are not limited to, voluntary contributions for the benefit of any public facility, impact fees, dedications of land, provision of public facilities, and future payments of user fees, special assessments and taxes. Policy 1.2.1: The estimated capital expenditures for all needed public facilities shall not exceed conservative estimates of revenues from sources that are available to the County pursuant to current law, and which have not been rejected by referendum, if a referendum is required to enact a source of revenue. Policy 1.2.2: Existing and future development shall both pay for the costs of needed public facilities. Existing development shall pay for some or all facilities that reduce or eliminate existing deficiencies, some or all of the replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, and may pay a portion of the cost of facilities needed by future development. Both existing and future development may have part of their costs paid by grants, entitlements or public facilities from other levels of government and independent districts. Policy 1.2.3: Public facilities financed by County enterprise funds (i.e., potable water, sanitary sewer and solid waste) may be financed by debt to be repaid by user fees and charges for enterprise services, or the facilities may be financed from current assets (i.e., reserves, surpluses and current revenue). (111) Policy 1.2.4: Public facilities financed by non - enterprise funds (i.e., roads, surface water management, parks, public schools, library, emergency medical service, and jail shall be financed from current revenues and assets (pay -as- you -go financing) and Revenue Bonds approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Debt financing shall not be used to provide excess capacity in non - enterprise public facilities unless the excess capacity is an unavoidable result of a capital improvement that is needed to achieve or maintain standards for levels of service. Notwithstanding other provisions of this policy, general obligation bonds approved by referendum may be used for any public facilities to acquire capacity needed within the Schedule of Capital improvements or for excess capacity. Policy 1.2.5: The County shall not provide a public facility, nor shall it accept the provision of a public facility by others, if the County is unable to pay for the subsequent annual operating and maintenance costs of the facility. (111) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE — 8 Words underlined are added; words struGli thFeugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and struskthreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words d ❑L3 underlined are added; words Ow bla- etruek- tNredgp are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) Policy 1.2.6: The County shall continue to collect Road Impact Fees for road facilities requiring the same level of service standard as adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this element in order to assess new development a pro rata share of the costs required to finance transportation improvements necessitated by such development. (11) Policy 1.2.7: The County shall continue to collect impact fees for Parks and Recreation, Public Schools. EMS and Library facilities requiring the same level of service standard as adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this element in order to assess new development a pro rata share of the costs required to finance Parks and Recreation, Public Schools. EMS and Library improvements necessitated by such development. Policy 1.2.8: If, for any reason, the County cannot provide revenue sources identified as needed funding for specific projects within the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements, the Growth Management Plan shall be amended based on one or more of the following actions: A. Remove through a plan amendment facility improvements or new facilities from the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements that exceed the adopted levels of service for the growth during the next five (5) fiscal years; B. Remove from the adopted Schedule of Capital Improvements through a plan amendment facility improvements or new facilities that reduce the operating cost of providing a service or facility but do not provide additional facility capacity; C. Where feasible, transfer funds from a funded Non - Capital Improvement Element capital project in order to fund an identified deficient Capital Improvement Element public facility. The resulting revisions shall be reflected in the required annual update. D. Lower the adopted level of service standard through a plan amendment for the facility for which funding cannot be obtained. E. Do not issue development orders that would continue to cause a deficiency based on the facility's adopted level of service standard. Policy 1.2.9: Collier County will not exceed a maximum ratio of total general governmental debt service to bondable revenues from current sources of 13 %. Whereas Florida Statutes place no limitation on the application of revenues to debt service by local taxing authorities, prudent fiscal management dictates a self- imposed level of constraint. Current bondable revenues are ad valorem taxes and State - shared revenues, specifically gas taxes and the half -cent sales tax. The Enterprise Funds operate under revenue bonding ratios set by the financial markets and are, therefore, excluded from this debt policy. CIE— 9 Words underlined are added; words skuek- through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant — Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and straektNreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words Aed41e- 646191i Vffeugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/16/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) PUBLIC EXPENDITURES: COASTAL HIGH HAZARD AREA OBJECTIVE 1.3: Effective with plan implementation public expenditures in the coastal high hazard area shall be limited to those facilities needed to support new development to the extent permitted in the Future Land Use Element. In addition, public expenditures shall include the following categories: A. Maintenance of existing public facilities; B. Beach, shore and waterway access; C. Beach renourishment. Policy 1.3.1: The County shall continue to expend funds within the coastal high hazard area for the replacement and maintenance of public facilities identified in the Conservation and Coastal Management Element. Policy 1.3.2: The calculated needs for public facilities will be based on the adopted level of service standards and future growth projections within the coastal high hazard area. The Future Land Use Element limits new residential development (thus obligations for infrastructure expenditures) to a maximum of four dwelling units per gross acre within portions of the coastal high hazard area. (III) Policy 1.3.3: The County shall continue to insure that access to beaches, shores and waterways remain available to the public and will develop a program to expand the availability of such including funding options for acquisition. (III) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE -10 Words underlined are added; words stFusk thFaugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and struck thFaugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words douhl0 underlined are added; words ded61e -sfwQk 4hreegh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) PROVIDE NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS OBJECTIVE 1.4: The County shall coordinate its land use planning and decisions with its plans for public facility capital improvements by providing needed capital improvements for replacement of obsolete or worn out facilities, eliminating existing deficiencies, and future development and redevelopment caused by previously issued and new development orders. (III) Policy 1.4.1: The County shall provide, or arrange for others to provide, the public facilities listed in the Schedule of Capital Improvements. The Schedule of Capital Improvements may be modified as follows: A,....... Beginning -with an. effective ,date -of December 1, County shall adopt, -by. ...... reference. into Its Capital Improvement - Element,- the - School- District'sannually_updated financially, feaslble.Capltal Improvement Plan, speclflcally the- "Summary of, Capital, Improvements Program " - and_ "Summaryof Estimated Revenue" Tables These tables identify the financially. feasible school facilitycapacityprojects_ necessary to.address existing deficiencies, and future-needs -based upon.achieving.and mamtalning.the.adopted LOS standard for schools.. B. Pursuant to Florida Statutes 163.3187, the Schedule of Capital Improvements may be amended two times during any calendar year, and as allowed for emergencies, developments of regional impact, and certain small scale development activities. C. Pursuant to Florida Statutes 163.3177, the Schedule of Capital Improvements may be adjusted by ordinance not deemed to be an amendment to the Growth Management Plan for corrections, updates, and modifications concerning costs; revenue sources; or acceptance of facilities pursuant to dedications which are consistent with the plan. Policy 1.4.2: All Category A public facility capital improvements shall be consistent with the goals, objectives and policies of the appropriate individual element of this Growth Management Plan. (III) Policy 1.4.3: The County shall include in the capital appropriations of its annual budget all the public facility projects listed in the Schedule of Capital Improvements for expenditures during the appropriate fiscal year. Projects for which appropriations have been made in the annual budget will not be removed once they have been relied upon for the issuance of a final site development plan, final plat, or building permit. The County shall include in the capital appropriations of its annual budget additional public facility projects that conform to Policy 1.1.2 (B.2) and Policy 1.1.4 (C) and (E). (VII) = Plan Amendment adopted on June 7, 2005 by Ordinance No. 2005 -25 CIE -11 Words underlined are added; words stnrck- tpreugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and stwsk-thFough are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words dfluhle underlined are added; words Aeu4laetruek- thredgh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (III) Policy 1.4.4: The County shall determine, prior to the issuance of final site development plans, final plats and building permits whether or not there is sufficient capacity of Category A public facilities to meet the standards for levels of service for existing population and the proposed development. No final site development plan, final plat, or building permit shall be issued unless the levels of service for the resulting development will achieve the standards in Policy 1.1.5 Category A, and the requirements for Concurrency Management as outlined in the policies within Objective 1.5 of this element are met. (111)(v)(v19Policy 1.4.5: Public facilities and services provided by Collier County with public funds in accordance with the 5 -year Schedule of Capital Improvements in the Capital Improvements Element will be limited to Service Areas established within the boundaries designated on Figure PW -1, "Collier County Water District Boundaries ", and Figure PW -2, "Existing and Future Potable Water Service Areas ", in the Potable Water Sub - Element of the Public Facilities Element, and on Figure SS -1, "Collier County Sewer District Boundaries ", and Figure SS -2, "Existing and Future Sewer Service Areas ", in the Sanitary Sewer Sub - Element of the Public Facilities Element. Road and Public School improvements will be provided as designated on the Schedule of Capital Improvements appearing in the Capital Improvement Element. All other public facilities and service types will be provided on a County -Wide availability basis. CIE -12 Words underlined are added; words sNUSIFNxeugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and shask ipredgh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words drJUhle undprlined are added; words deu4la- etruslcipredgh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/16/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVE 1.5: To ensure that public facilities and services needed to support development are available concurrent with the impacts of such development, the County's Concurrency Management System shall be consistent with Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes and Rule 9J- 5.0055, Florida Administrative Code. The County shall establish a regulatory and monitoring program to ensure the scheduling, funding and timely construction of Category A public facilities concurrent with, or prior to, the issuance of a final site development plan, final plat or a building permit to achieve and maintain adopted level of service standards. Policy 1.5.1: The concurrency requirement for the Potable Water, Sanitary Sewer, Drainage and Solid Waste Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System are met: (III) A. The necessary facilities and services are in place at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or (III) B. The necessary facilities and services are under construction at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or C. The necessary facilities and services are guaranteed in an enforceable development agreement that includes the provisions of paragraphs A and B of this policy. An enforceable development agreement may include, but is not limited to, development agreements pursuant to Section 163.3220, Florida Statutes, or an agreement or development order issued pursuant to Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. The agreement must guarantee that the necessary facilities will be in place when the impacts of the development occur, pursuant to Section 163.3180, Florida Statutes. (III) Policy 1.5.2: The concurrency requirement for the Parks and Recreation Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System are met: A. Compliance with any one of the standards set forth in Policy 1.5.1 A, B and C is met; or (III) B. At the time the final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued, the necessary facilities and services are the subject of a binding executed contract which provides for commencement of actual construction of the required facilities within one year of the issuance of the final site development plan, final plat or building permit; or (III) C. The necessary facilities and services are guaranteed in an enforceable development agreement which requires the commencement of the actual construction of the facilities within one year of the issuance of the applicable final site development plan, final plat, or building permit. An enforceable development agreement may include, but is not limited to, development agreements pursuant to Section 163.3220, Florida Statutes, or an agreement or development order issued pursuant to Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. (III) = Plan Amendment adopted on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE -13 Words underlined are added; words stsdsk-threugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and sHu&threugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words 9eu61aeNWQk *FQw@h are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18107 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (III)(V)Policy 1.5.3: The concurrency requirement of the Transportation Level of Service Standards of this Growth Management Plan will be achieved or maintained if any one of the following standards of the Concurrency Management System is met: A. The necessary facilities and services are in place at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or B. The necessary facilities and services are under construction or the contract for such facilities and services has been let at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or C. The necessary facilities and services are in the first or second year of the Schedule of Capital Improvements, and the Collier County Annual Budget adopted following each AUIR at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or D. The necessary facilities and services are in the first or second year of FDOT 5 -Year Work Program at the time a final site development plan, final plat or building permit is issued; or E. The final local development order is for a project located within a TCEA or TCMA designated pursuant to this Plan and meets the applicable requirements of Policies 5.5 through 5.8 of the Transportation Element. F. The necessary facilities and services are the subject of a binding commitment with the developer to contribute fair share funding as provided for in Policy 5.9 of the Transportation Element, if applicable, or to construct the needed facilities. Policy 1.5.3a4: A. The necessary facilities and services are in place at the time a final site development plan, final olat or building permit is issued: or B. The necessary facilities and services are under construction or the contract for such C. 91 "Summary of Estimated Revenue" Table from the financially feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan, adopted by. reference each vear by December 15t.-at the time a final Public School Facilities Element, if applicable, or to construct the needed facilities. (V) = Plan Amendment on December 16, 2003 by Ordinance No. 2003 -67 CIE -14 Words underlined are added; words StFUA 111reegh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and 6trask- 111rsegh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words dpuhle underlined are added; words tleuNleetwek4hredgh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (11)(111) Policy 1.5.4.5: The County shall continue to implement a Concurrency Management System, as identified Division 3.15 of the Collier County Land Development Code, which shall include a regulatory program and monitoring system consistent with this Growth Management Plan and consistent specifically with the policies under Objective 1.5 of this Capital Improvement Element. The monitoring system shall enable the County to determine whether it is adhering to the adopted Level of Service Standards and Schedule of Capital Improvements. CIE -15 Words underlined are added; words are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted unde_r_li_ne have been added; words in red and skuGEthreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words daihle underlined are added; words Eleu41e -eke are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) REQUIREMENTS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS The Schedule of Capital Improvements on the following pages will eliminate existing deficiencies, replace obsolete or worn out facilities, and make available adequate facilities for future growth. Each project is numbered and named, and its cost during each of the next five fiscal years is shown in thousands of dollars (000). The month and year for actual commencement of construction and the month and year each project will be completed (in service) is indicated. Each project in Category A is consistent with the level of service standards as identified within this element and the appropriate individual element of this Growth Management Plan. Each project in Category B is consistent with the level of service standards as identified within this element. Optional elements were not developed for Category B facilities. II Public Facilities shall be consistent with the o tnty' aoital Imorov m nt Element, D tr tart to Section 163.3177 (3)(b)1.. Florida Statutes Note: See Capital Projects under separate PDF pg. 174 through 27 CIE -16 Words underlined are added; words 6tFWGk thF9ugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted_ underline have been added; words in red and straekthreugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words douhle underlined are added; words Aedk'Q R&FaektHreugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) PROGRAMS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION Through continued implementation of adopted land development regulations the following programs have been implemented to ensure that the goals, objectives and policies established in the Capital Improvement Element will be achieved or exceeded. (III) 1. Development Order Review As part of the review of all applications for final site development plans, final plats, and building permits, the County will determine whether or not there will be sufficient capacity of Category A public facilities to meet the standards for levels of service for the existing population and for the proposed development in accordance with the requirements of the Concurrency Management System. As part of the review for all development orders having negative impacts on Category A Public Facilities other than final site development plans, final plats, building permits, the County will determine whether or not sufficient capacity of Category "A" public facilities are planned for construction concurrent with the impacts on levels of service that will be created by the proposed development during the next five fiscal years. (III) 2. Impact Fees Impact Fee Ordinances will require the same standard for the level of service as is required by Policy 1.1.5. (111) 3. Annual Budget The annual budget will include in its capital appropriations all projects in the Schedule of Capital Improvements that are planned for expenditures during the next fiscal year. (111) 4. Semiannual Report The mandatory semiannual report to the Department of Community Affairs concerning amendments to the comprehensive plan due to emergencies, developments of regional impact and selected small developments will report on changes, if any, to adopted goals, objectives and policies in the Capital Improvement Element. (111) 5. Update of Capital Improvement Element The monitoring of and adjustment to the Capital Improvement Element to meet the changing conditions must be an ongoing process. Beginning in August of each year, the element will be updated in conjunction with the County's budget process, owd the release of the official BEBR population estimates and projections, and the County's participation, review and subsequent adoption._ by reference of the School District's financia feasible Five -Year Capital Improvement Plan. The update ................. . lly will include: Revision of population projections; 2. Updates of facility inventory; 3. Update of unit costs; 4. Update of facilities requirements analysis to project 10 year needs (by fiscal year) in order to program projects to meet the service standards. 5. Update of revenue forecasts in order to evaluate financial feasibility and the County's ability to finance capital improvements needed to meet the Service standards (III) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE 28 Words underlined are added; words eirusk threugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted_ underline have been added; words in red and strask- threugh are deleted, by the School District(consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words douhle underlined are added; words tlewlleekeek- thredgp are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) 6. Revise and develop capital improvement projects for the next five years. The first year's schedule of projects will be incorporated into the County's budget effective October 1st. Z• Upelate ei the pUbliG GGhG9I and health faeol tie6 analysiG.—The annual update to the Five -Year Capital Plan: and 78. Update of the pablis 613hool and health facilities analysis. (ill) 6. Concurrency Management System The County has established a Concurrency Management System by adoption of the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance, as amended. The system consists of the following components: (111) A. The Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities (AUIR) on the capacity and levels of service of public facilities compared to the standards for levels of service adopted in Policy 1.1.5 of this Element. The AUIR summarizes the actual capacity of existing public facilities and forecast the capacity of existing and planned public facilities for each of the five succeeding fiscal years. For the purposes of long range capital facility planning, a ten year forecast of projected needed capacity is also done. These forecasts are based on the most recently updated Schedule of Capital Improvements in this Capital Improvement Element. The annual approval of the AUIR and the identified needed projects and revenues by the Board of County Commissioners constitutes evidence of the capacity and levels of service of Category A public facilities, not including Public School Facilities, for the purpose of issuing development orders during the 12 months following the approval of the AUIR B. The review and adoption by-reference Qf Tuthe School District's annually updated Five- 8 C. Public facility capacity review. The County shall use the procedures specified in Implementation Programs 1 and 6 to enforce the requirements of Policies 1.5.1, 1.5.2, aad 1.5.3 and 1.5.4 of this Element. G D. Review of changes in planned capacity of public facilities. The County shall review each amendment to this Capital Improvement Element in particular any changes in standards for levels of service and changes in the Schedule of Capital Improvements in order to enforce the policies of this Element. (111) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE 29 Words underlined are added; words stwslE thFGugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with doped. underli_n_e_ have been added; words in red and stFuGk threugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words doublfl underlined are added; words 68WIRle- 84uek4lueagh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) D E. Concurrency Management Implementation Strategies. The County shall annually review the Concurrency Management Implementation Strategies that are incorporated in this Capital Improvement Element: Standards for levels of service are applied within appropriate geographical areas of the County. Standards for County -Wide public facilities are applied to development orders based on levels of service throughout the County. 2. Standards for public facilities that serve less than the entire County are applied to development orders on the basis of levels of service within assigned areas. 34. Levels of service are compared to adopted standards on an annual basis. Annual monitoring is used, rather than case -by -case monitoring, for the following reasons: annual monitoring corresponds to annual expenditures for capital improvements during the County's fiscal year; and b. annual monitoring covers seasonal variations in levels of service. (111) 7. Second 5 -year Evaluation and Appraisal Report The required second 5 -year evaluation and appraisal report will address the implementation of the goals, objectives and policies of the Capital Improvement Element. The monitoring procedures necessary to enable the completion of the 5 -year evaluation include: a. Review of annual reports of the Concurrency Management System; b. Review of semiannual reports to DCA concerning amendments to the Comprehensive Plan; and Review of annual updates of this Capital Improvement Element, including updated supporting documents. (III) = Plan Amendment on November 19, 2002 by Ordinance No. 2002 -60 CIE 30 Words underlined are added; words stwsk thF9ugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words with dotted underline have been added; words in red and skuslEil;Feugh are deleted, by the School District/consultant - since -- distribution to the CCPC on 9/16/07 Words double underlined are added; words Eleeble -eNdek ipreugp are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT Prepared By Collier County Planning Services Department Comprehensive Planning Section Prepared for COLLIER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Adopted, October, 1997 AMENDMENTS TO COLLIER COUNTY GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT Symbol Date Amended Ordinance No. ** October 28, 1997 Ordinance No. 1997 -56 (1) December 16, 2003 Ordinance No. 2003 -67 (11) January 25, 2007 ** *Ordinance No. 2007 -17 * ** Based on 2004 EAR, Evaluation and Appraisal Report ** This is the EAR -based amendment (1996 EAR). Due to the magnitude of the changes - which included reformatting the entire Element, affecting every page of the Element - a Roman Numeral is not assigned. Indicates adopted portions Note: the support document will be updated as current information becomes available. (II) = Plan Amendment by Ordinance No. 2007 -17 on January 25, 2007 Words underlined are added; words skask- through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words double underlined are added; words tlea4leo4wak lihmwgh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10118/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) INTRODUCTION Decisions made, or policies pursued, by Collier County may influence decisions made or policies followed by: municipalities within, or adjacent to, Collier County; adjacent counties; the District School Board of Collier County; service delivery agencies; and, the various independent special districts located within, or adjacent to, Collier County. Decisions and policies of these entities may, in turn influence those of Collier County. Throughout its planning process, Collier County pursues coordination with the surrounding jurisdictions and agencies. The Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act of 1985, as amended, requires the inclusion of an element within local government comprehensive plans, that addresses coordination between units of government. This Intergovernmental Coordination Element is in accordance with the provisions of the Act. (II) The Collier County Intergovernmental Coordination Element (ICE) contains a Goal, Objectives and Policies that deal with the following coordination issues: • Intergovernmental communications and level of service coordination • Coordination of land use planning strategies • Coordination of municipal annexation plans • Formal and informal coordination mechanisms (II) The Collier County Intergovernmental Service Delivery Agreement Report, completed in 2004, is an appendix to this Element. This report summarizes Collier County's interlocal agreements with governmental or quasi - governmental entities that provide services to Collier County residents. The Report summarizes service delivery agreements between Collier County and various providers, with regard to eight (8) service categories: 1) Education 2) Sanitary Sewer 3) Public Safety 4) Solid Waste 5) Drainage 6) Potable Water 7) Parks and Recreation, and 8) Transportation Facilities. (11) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words StFUSk thFGUgh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words double underlined are added; words Aawka -9 at- -sl, 41;Fn gq are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (11) As of January 2005, there are three (3) municipalities within Collier County. These are: • Everglades City • City of Marco Island • City of Naples (11) Also as of January 2005, Collier County shared borders with the following jurisdictions: • City of Bonita Springs (in Lee County) • Lee County • Hendry County • Broward County • Miami -Dade County • Monroe County (11) In addition to Federal and State agencies, the following governmental entities have jurisdiction over all, or portions, of Collier County. The District School Board of Collier County Seminole Tribe of Florida Collier County Water -Sewer District Immokalee Water and Sewer District Florida Governmental Utility Authority Port of The Islands Community Improvement District Collier County Sheriff's Office Big Corkscrew Fire and Rescue District East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District Golden Gate Fire and Rescue District Immokalee Fire Control District Isles of Capri Fire and Rescue District North Naples Fire Control District Ochopee Fire Control District South Florida Water Management District/Big Cypress Basin Board Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council Cow Slough Water Control District Collier Soil and Water Conservation District Naples /Collier County Metropolitan Planning Organization Various Community Development District Various Municipal Service Taxing Units (MSTU) Various Municipal Service Benefit Units (MSBU) (II) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 Words underlined are added; words stsusk through are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words double underlined are added; words Aeu61a- strrIM14 ihreugh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) GOAL, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT (II) GOAL: PROVIDE FOR THE CONTINUAL EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION AND THE USE OF ANY INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION MECHANISMS WITH BROWARD, MIAMI -DADE, HENDRY, LEE AND MONROE COUNTIES, CITIES OF BONITA SPRINGS, EVERGLADES, MARCO ISLAND, AND NAPLES, THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF COLLIER COUNTY, SOUTHWEST FLORIDA REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL, AND ANY OTHER LOCAL, STATE, OR FEDERAL AGENCY OR GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY, AND UTILITY COMPANIES SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT, LEE COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, SPRINT /UNITED TELEPHONE, IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, PELICAN BAY SERVICES DIVISION (MSTU), FLORIDA GOVERNMENTAL UTILITY AUTHORITY, COMCAST, AND CABLEVISION INDUSTRIES, THAT MAY BE IMPACTED BY COLLIER COUNTY'S LAND, ROAD OR FACILITY PLANNING, TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES AND TO ACHIEVE COMPATIBLE AND COORDINATED PLANS. (II) OBJECTIVE 1: Collier County (County) shall continue to establish and maintain intergovernmental communication and level of service coordination mechanisms to be used by the County, Everglades City, the City of Marco Island, the City of Naples, and the City of Bonita Springs, adjacent Lee County, Hendry County, Broward County, Dade County, Monroe County, the District School Board of Collier County School Board, the State of Florida, and any other entity that provides a service but may not have land use authority. j (II) Policy 1.1: Collier County shall continue to utilize existing coordination mechanisms, e.g., interlocal planning agreements, joint meetings and any other mechanisms described in this Element, which promotes consistent planning activities. (II) Policy 1.2: The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department shall be the designated liaison to disseminate information on proposed Growth Management Plan amendments under review by the County, which have the potential to affect any of the entities listed in Objective 1. (11) Policy 1.3: The Collier County Comprehensive Planning Department shall continue to prepare and review the Annual Update and Inventory Report (AUIR) as an annual level of service monitoring report for the capital facilities included within the Growth Management Plan. The purpose of this report is to provide the affected entities with the necessary information to evaluate and coordinate level of service standards. (11) Policy 1.4: In situations where other public or private entities are providing a facility or service within Collier County for roads, water, sewer, drainage, parks, public schools, or solid waste, the County will coordinate its adopted level of service standard(s) within the parameters allowed (11) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 3 Words underlined are added; words strask- ihreugh are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words double underlined are added; words deu6le -ek, Q1, th eagh are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) by the Concurrency Management System of the Capital Improvement Element as part of the County's Growth Management Plan. (II) OBJECTIVE 2: The County shall coordinate its land use planning strategy, including an assessment of proposed development, with that of other governmental and private entities. (II) Policy 2.1: Collier County will continue to identify, develop, and pursue areas where intergovernmental land use planning and level of service agreements are needed between the County and respective governmental or private entities. (II) Policy 2.2: Collier County shall continue to develop intergovernmental planning agreements, which shall include provisions for review and comment(s) on Collier County land use plans and capital facility plans by neighboring governmental jurisdictions, regarding any proposed activities that may have an impact on such jurisdictions or cause inconsistencies with their respective comprehensive plans. (II) Policy 2.3: Collier County shall continue to participate in cooperative planning programs with other governmental entities. (II) Policy 2.4: Collier County shall continue to undertake, where appropriate and economically feasible, joint programs with other local governments regarding the planning for, and management of, natural resources that are shared by the County and adjacent governmental jurisdictions. (II) Policy 2.5: The County shall coordinate its plans, programs, regulations and activities for the provision of affordable housing with those of adjacent governments, particularly with the City of Naples. (1)(II) Policy 2.6: The County shall continue to coordinate with T the District QGilieF GeunFy-School Board of the public school site selection for new public educational plants and ancillary plaate facilities, a!1q_and 414a PF@WiGi8R Of PR140@WlRFIY F@ and the location and extension of public facilities subject to concurrence, to support existing and proposed public educational plants and anGillaity plants in accordance with the general Interlocal Agreement. adopted on May 15, 2003 by the Collier County School Board and on May 27, 2003 by the Board of County Commissioners. (II) = Plan Amendment adopted on January 25, 2007 Ordinance No. 07 -17 4 Words underlined are added; words are deleted, as proposed by the School District staff /consultant Words double underlined are added; words deaHle- skdelFNxew9k are deleted, as proposed by County staff (10/18/07 CCPC Transmittal Hearing) (II) Policy 2.7: Collier County hereby adopts, as part of this Intergovernmental Coordination Element, the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council's Rule 291 -7, Florida Administrative Code, dated April 1994, which establishes a voluntary regional dispute process to reconcile differences on planning, growth management, and other issues among local governments, regional agencies and private interests. (II) Policy 2.8: The County shall coordinate with the South Water Management District and other regulatory agencies in implementing the Growth Management Plan. the regulatory review of residential development for school concurrence in accordance with Section 163.3180(13) Florida Statutes. (II) OBJECTIVE 3: Collier County shall develop procedures to identify and implement joint planning areas for the purposes of municipal annexation, municipal incorporation and joint infrastructure service areas. (11) Policy 3.1: Based upon Section 9J -5.015 (3)(c) 4., Florida Administrative Code, Collier County shall work with the local municipalities to identify and implement joint planning areas and /or joint infrastructure service areas for the purpose of planning for potential future municipal annexation of such areas. The identified joint planning areas and /or joint infrastructure service areas shall be depicted on the County's Future Land Use Map series. (II) Policy 3.2: Collier County shall develop procedures to plan for potential future municipal incorporation (i.e., the creation of new municipalities) within Collier County. Upon official notification that an incorporation referendum for any portion of the County has been successful, the County will initiate contact with the new municipality for the purpose of establishing an expedient and efficient transition of responsibilities, services, and /or infrastructure to the new municipality. 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Correct deficiencies as identified in State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) 1999, Florida Department of Education, Office of Educational Facilities relating to safety to life, health, and sanitation as identified in the Comprehensive Safety Inspection Report. 2. Necessary modifications for the physically disabled in existing school buildings recommended for continued use in this survey report as provided in SREF 1999. 3. Additional or replacement equipment for existing buildings recommended for continued use in this survey report as provided in SREF 1999. 4. Replacement of roofs at existing school buildings as provided in SREF, 1999. 5. Provide storage, custodial spaces, sanitation facilities to serve students, staff, and public as provided for in SREF 1999. 6. Provide paved auto parking areas as provided in SREF 1999. 7. Purchase sites for educational and ancillary facilities for future use beyond the projection period of this survey as provided SREF 1999. 8. Retrofit existing schools for technology which may include: The creation or improvement of cable ways, distribution points (closets in telephone parlance). Provide "clean power" and convenient access, video, data and voice signal wiring, the build -in equipment involved in distributing video, data and voice signals. This recommendation does not include: new construction, remodeling nor terminal equipment (work - stations, terminals, receiving equipment, etc.). 9. Provide for full- service school facilities upon approval of a full- service school grant application, or, issuance to district full- service school funds. The cost estimates for the above recommendations are not included in the section on Financing the Proposed Program 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Font Size: I Printable 7 Page Orientation: Portreit PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: THE LEARNING CENTER Address: 500 N 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 1 of 118 Lines Per Page: 15 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVFY RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Projector Work Item Area Added /Reduced Project COSUNSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or Cos ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL NOT RECOMMENDED Outlay Ciassiflcatlon FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 01-VACANT de commended Low Grade DS DS High Grade Recommended Site [Recommended 0 Site velo ment 0 commended Site rovement 0 Existing Permanent 205 Student Stations Existing Relocatable 0 Student Stations Existing Student Stations 205 Existing School Capacity 205 REMODEL 00001 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 995 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00002 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 5,044 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI EMODEL 00005 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 3,997 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI EM 00007 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 3,257 -20 0 0 0 CASTALDI http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVFY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: THE LEARNING CENTER Address: 508 N 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 2 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Lions Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ddetl etl Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. REMODEL 00009 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 6,451 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00010 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 4,714 0 0 0 D CASTALDI REMODEL 00020 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 2,985 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00018 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 5,157 -35 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00019 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 4,216 -20 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00021 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED - 6,55 -60 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00022 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 10,413 -60 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00004 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 5,128 0 0 0 0 CASTALDI - R EMODEL 00006 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 6,363 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00012 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED 4,438 -10 0 0 0 CASTALDI otal Cost p ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 0 ecommended Relocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 0 tilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 0 e Housed School IRecommended capacity 0 USE PARCEL FOR NEW ADULT District Comments EDUCATION FACILITY AS RECOMMENDED http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION B ack J 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: AVALON ELEMENTARY Address: 3300 THOMASSON DRIVE, NAPLES Page 3 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0 1. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. 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( +or-) (C, Sta. x fsting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 04 - ELEMENTARY Recommended Low Grade - HI h Grade KG 05 Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 466 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 130 Existing Student Stations 596 Existing School Capacity 59 NEW FOUR INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 4,152 88 771,699 186. 8,769 NEW COVERED PE 2,254 0 209,467 93 NEW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,41 263.738 186 NEW FOUR PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 4,288 72 796,9771 1861 11,069 http: / /appprod0 1. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: AVALON ELEMENTARY Address: 3300 THOMASSON DRIVE, NAPLES Page 4 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building DescriptionlProject or Work Item Area Added/Reduced Project Cost/NSF Sts. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. NEW EXPAND ADMINISTRATION 1,014 188,464 186 0 REMODEL 00001 ADMINISTRATION FOR BETTER 4,185 0 288,900 69 0 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 2,592 -54 3,000 1 56 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 3,456 -76 4,000 1 53 RENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 14,868 0 683,928 4 0 otal Cost 3,210,173 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 626 ecommended elocatable Student 0 Stations ecommended Total tudent Stations 626 tllizatien Factor 100% ecommended FTE tudent Membership To 610 e Housed ecommended School apecity 626 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: BIG CYPRESS ELEMENTARY Address: 3250 GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD W, NAPLES Page 5 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total CosVNSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Protect ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. Waiting Facilltv Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use ode 04-ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade KG 05 - Hi h Grade Recommended Site x ansion 0 ecommended Site Deveio ment Recommended Site Improvement 0 xisting Permanent tudent Stations 962 Existing Relocatable - Student Stations 299 Isting Student Stations 1 261 Existing School Capacity 1,261 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 1,728 -33 20,000 12 606 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 12,960 -2661 6,000 0 23 Total Cost I 26,000 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 962 Recommended Relucatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 962 Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 950 Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 962 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION M-Qn-u Protect SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: CALUSA PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 4600 SANTA BARBARA BOULEVARD, NAPLES Page 6 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efts /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. 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Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low Grade - PK 05 High Grade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site Development Recommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 775 xisting Relocatable 412 tudent Stations Mating Student Stations 1,187 xisting School Ca aci 1,187 NEW FOUR INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 4,152 88 771,340 186 8,765 NEW 00001 EXPAND MEDIA 1,491 0 276,991 186 0 NEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 500 0 92,888 186 0 EW ONE SKILLS LAB 1,022 0 189,6631 186 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efts /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: CALUSA PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 4600 SANTA BARBARA BOULEVARD, NAPLES Page 7 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. 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EW FIVE PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 5156 90 1,032 912 1 11,47 REMODEL- 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 15,552 -300 15,000 1 5 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 5,184 -11 50,00 10 446 ADMINISTRATIVE USE otal Cost 2428,79 ecommended Permanent 953 tudent Stations ecommended elocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 953 Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student Membership To 941 Housed ecommended School 953 apacity istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: CORKSCREW ELEMENTARY Address: 1065 C R 858, NAPLES Page 8 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.tl.us: /7778 /efis/'PSP_RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost /Stu. Building DescrlptionlProject or Work Area Stations Total Cost1NSF Sta. item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Re d Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 04 - ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade - i h Grade PK 05 ecommended Site Expansion p ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 xisting Permanent Student Stations 901 xis Relocatable Student tations 116 xistin Student Stations 1.017 xistin School Capacity 1,017 EW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 50 0 92 888 186 0 EMODEL 00004 UTILIZE TWO PRIMARY AS 1 86 8 0 0 INTERMEDIATE EMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED 5,184 -116 5,000 1 43 RELOCATABLES otal Cost 97,88 ecommended Permanent Student Stations 909 ecommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stations 909 Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student embership To Be Housed 900 ecommended School Ca acct r 90 istrict Comments http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.tl.us: /7778 /efis/'PSP_RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: ESTATES ELEMENTARY Address: 5845 EVERGLADES BOULEVARD NORTH, NAPLES Page 9 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total C Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Added /Reduced Cost/NSF Sta. (S4' Ft) ( +or -) Project Cos ($) ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Sts. Wsting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )utlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY de commended Low Grade - PK 05 h Grade Site [Recommended ansion 0 commended Site 0 velo ment commended Site rovement - 0 Existing Permanent 767 Student Stations Existing Relocatable Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 767 Existing School Capacity 767 NEW SIX PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 6.6721 1081 1.239.4851 ---- 18-61-- 11 477 NEW FOUR INTERMEDIATE 4,152 88 771,34 186 8,765 CLASSROOMS NEW EXPAND MEDIA 1,4911 0 276,9911 184 0 NEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 5001 01 92,8881 1861 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Me2u Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: ESTATES ELEMENTARY Address: 5945 EVERGLADES BOULEVARD NORTH, NAPLES Page 10 of 118 Date: 30-APR-2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost /Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project ($1NSF) ($ /Stu. (� or -) Cost ($) $ta. ELIMINATE STUDENT STATIONS IN REMODEL 00005 RESOURCE ROOM AFTER 46 -10 0 0 0 ADDTION Total Cost 2,380 704 Recommended Permanent 953 tudent Stations ecommended Relocatable 0 Student Stations ecommended Total 953 Student Stations ti8zation Factor - 100% - ecommended FTE Student Membership To Be 941 Oused ecommended School - ` 953 a acit Istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY Address: 4911 20TH PLACE SW, NAPLES Page 11 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building escri tion /Pro ect or Work Item p j Area Stations AddedlReduced Total CosUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+o Project Cost ($/NSF ) ($/Stu. Sta. E.xisting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low Grade PK 05 ' Hi h Grade Recommended Site x ansion 0 ecommended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 772 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 772 Existing School Capacity 772 NEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 576 01 107,007 186 NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, 5,100 0 947,363 18 0 MULTIPURPOSE & STAGE NEW TWO SKILLS LABS 2.0441 ul 379,724 1861 0 NEW TWO RESOURCE 7801 0 _W'9051 1861 01 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. sack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY Address: 4911 20TH PLACE SW, NAPLES Page 12 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 A Student Estimated Project Protect t:OSt Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. [+ or -) Cost ($) Sta. REMODEL 00001 FOOD SERVICE FOR BETTER 5 291 - 0 365,249 69 0 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00098 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 864 0 1,000 1 0 ADMINISTRATIVE USE RENOVATE 00011 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,080 0 95,680 46 otal Cost 2,040,92 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 772 Recommended elocatable Student 0 Stations ecommended Total Student Stations 772 tilizatlon Factor - 100% scommended FTE - - tudent Membership To 760 a Housed ecommended School Capacity 772 istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu_ SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY INTERMEDIATE Address: 505520TH PLACE SW, NAPLES Page 13 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Stations Total F Sta. Item 4r Ft) Added/,Reduced Project �NNSF j ($ /Stu. ( +or -) Cost ($) Sta. Wstina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 04-ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade - 0405 i h Grade e ommended Site Expansion 0 ecommended Site 0 evelo ment ecommended Site 0 Im rovement Existing Permanent Student 373 , Stations Existing Relocatable Student 0 Stations Existin Student Stations 373 Existing School Capacity 373 Total Cost 0 Recommended Permanent 373 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student 373 Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 360 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School 373 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN TERRACE ELEMENTARY Address: 2711 44TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 14 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 ht4): / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CosouZu. Building DescriptionlProject or Work Item Area gtationt Totat Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. FL) Added/Reduced Project Cost (S /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or -) (g) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade KG 05 - Hi h Grade ommended Site x ansion 0 ecommended Site evelo ment 0 Recommended Site m rovement 0 xisting Permanent - Student Stations 745 Existing Relocatable tudent Stations xisting Student Stations 745 xisting School Capacity 745 NEW EXPAND STAGE, DINING, AND 3,034 0 563,550 186 0 ADD MULTIPURPOSE EW FOUR RESOURCE ROOMS 1,560 289,814 186 0 EW ONE SKILLS LAB 1,022 898631 1861 0 EW EXPAND TOILETS AND 370 0 68,76 186 0 TEXTBOOK STORAGE ht4): / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN TERRACE ELEMENTARY Address: 2711 44TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 15 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project CostlStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Area Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or -) Cost ($) Sta. REMODEL 00002 STAGE AND DINING FOR BETTER 4,803 0 331,561 69 0 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION RENOVATE 00006 ENTIRE BUILDING 16,036 737,656 4 0 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,610 0 21206 46 0 [RENOVATE 1 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING. 6,11501 01 283,3601 46 0 RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 16,1001 740.6001 46 0 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 10,216 0 469,936 46 0 RENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,185 0 .100510 46 0 ENOVATE 00010 ENTIRE BUILDING 2 322 106,812 4 0 ENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 27,506 1,265276 46 0 ENOVATE 00002 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 6,291 0 289,386 4 0 otal Cost 5,64914 ecommended Permanent tuiient Stations 745 ecommended Relocatable tudent Stations ecommended Total 746 tudent Stations till. Factor 100° ecommended FTE Student Membershl To Be Housed 740 ecommended School 745 a acct istrlct Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN TERRACE ELEMENTARY INTERMEDIATE Address: 2965 44TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 16 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.tl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description or Work Approx' Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost /Stu. Building Item Area AddedlReduced Project Cost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.). Cost($) ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. 3ta. -Xistina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Code 04-ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade - Hi h Grade 0405 ecommended Site Ex ansion 0 ecommended Site Develo menl 0 Recommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Station 581 Existing Relocatable Student tations 0 Existing Student Stations 581 Existing School Capacity 581 EW COVERED PIE 1,83 0 170250 9 0 otal Cost 170,250 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 581 Recommended Relocatable - tudent Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stations 581 Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student embershl To Be Housed 569 ecommended School a alit 581 Istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.tl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY Address: 1101 LAKE TRAFFORD ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 17 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project Cost Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or -) ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUEDUSE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade - KG 05 High Grade ecommended Site 0 Expansion ecommended Site 0 evelo ment ecommended Site 0 Improvement Existing Permanent 466 Student Stations Existing Relocatable 306 Student Stations Extallina Student Stations 772 0sting School Capacity 772 NEW FIFTEEN INTERMEDIATE 15,330 330 2,847,940 186 8,630 CLASSROOMS NEW ONE ESE PART -TIME 990 15 183,918 18 12,261 NEW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,170 217,357 18 0 NEW ONE SKILLS LAB 1,026 0 190,60 18C)l 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Bask Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY Address: 1101 LAKE TRAFFORD ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 18 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Projector Work Item Stations Total ost/NSF Sta. (r Ft S q ) Added /Reduced Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. EW. SIX PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 5,952 168 1,105,736 186. 10,23 REMODEL 00001 104,104A. & PART OF 118 TO 1,466 -22 101,201 69 4,60 ADMINISTRATION REMODEL 00001 ADMINISTRATION FOR BETTER 2,312 0 159,602 69 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION ROOM 118, 119, 120, 120A, 1208, 121, & REMODEL 00001 PART OF 118 & 172 TO 3,400 -66 234,709 6 3,556 MULTIPURPOSE /DINING FOOD SERVICE, STAGE & REMODEL 00001 MULTIPURPOSE FOR BETTER 4,863 0 335,703 69 0 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES. 13,82 -2661 12,000 11 45 REMODEL 00001 ROOM 128 & 128A TO MEDIA 1,79 01 123.5681 691 0 REMODEL 1 00003 TOILETS FOR ADA 400 0 27,6131 69 0 REMODEL 00003 TOILETS FOR -ADA 4501 31,064 69 REMODEL 00002 TOILETS FOR ADA 400 27,6131 691 0 REMODEL 00001 TOILETS FOR ADA 1,000 0 69,032 69 0 REMODEL 00001 MEDIA FOR BETTER UTILIZATION 3,801 0 262,391 691 WITH EXPANSION 1 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 1,7213 -40 20,000 12 50 ADMINISTRATIVE USE Total Cost 7950,053 Recommended Permanent Student 831 Stations Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 831 Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 80 Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 831 District Comments IMMOKALEE PLANNING ZONE - ISOLATED http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAKE PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 129514TH AVENUE N, NAPLES Page 19 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLIRVEY_R.ECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project ClIntu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Added/Reduced Project Cos ost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) $ /NSF) ($/Stu. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low Grade - KG 05 High Grade Recommended Site 0 Expansion Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site Improvement Existing Permanent 57 Student Stations Existing Relocatable 47 Student Stations Existing Student Stations 617 Ex;stIno School Caoacltv 617 NEW EXPAND ADMINISTRATION 1 0 303,557 186 0 NEW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1 1,419 01 63.6161 L142,4901 186 NEW EXPAND MEDIA 767 0 186 0 NEW ONE ESE RESOURCE ROOM 1 520 01 96,603 18 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLIRVEY_R.ECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 • SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAKE PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 129514TH AVENUE N, NAPLES Page 20 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project CosVStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project (8 /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. REMODEL 00001. MEDIA FOR BETTER UTILIZATION 4,543 313,613 WITH EXPANSION 69 0 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 2 592 -25 2,000 1 80 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO EMODEL - 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 960 -22 10,00 10 455 ADMINISTRATIVE USE EMODEL 00001 ADMINISTRATION FOR BETTER 5,525 381,403 6 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION 0 RENOVATE 00001 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 2,073 0 95,35 8 4 0 RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,76 0 311,880 4 0 ENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,780 0 311,88 48 0 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,578 297,95 45 0 RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 61693 0 307,878 46 0 RENOVATE 00006 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,32 0 290,904 4 0 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,836 0 314,456 46 0 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 16,832 0 774,272 46 otal Cost 4217,89 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 570 ecommanded elocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 570 tilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 560 Be Housed Recommended School Ca acf 570 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAKE TRAFFORD ELEMENTARY Address: 3500 LAKE TRAFFORD ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 21 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l, doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building DescriptionlProject or Work Item Area ddedlReduced Project Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) Cost($) ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. Sta.) Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlav Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish 04-ELEMENTARY Code PUse ecommended Low PK 06 Grade - HI h Grade ecommended Site x anslon 0 commended Site velo ment 0 ecommended Site Im rovement 0 xisting Permanent 869 tudent Stations Mating Relocatable 13 tudent Stations fisting Student 999 lotions Existing School 999 Capacity NEW REPLACE COVERED PE 3,505 01 325,72 93 0 ENCLOSE BREEZEWAYS BETWEEN NEW BUILDINGS 4,5, 8 6 TO CREATE 1,400 0 260,207 186 0 CLASSROOM STORAGE EMODEL 00002 TOILETS FOR ADA 300 0 20,70 6 0 [REMODEL 00003 TOILETS FOR ADA 300 0 20,709 69 0 http: / /appprod0l, doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Beck 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAKE TRAFFORD ELEMENTARY Address: 3500 LAKE TRAFFORD ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 22 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_PECO 4/30/2007 wilding Description /Project or Work Item Approx. Student Area Stations (5q. Ft.) Added /RRf duced Estimated IF roject Total CsLNSF Project Cost ($ /NSF $ j Project Cost/Stu. Sta. Stu. Sta. REMODEL 00004 TOILETS FOR ADA 120 0 8,28 6 REMODEL 00005 TOILETS FOR ADA 132 0 911 6 EMODEL 00006 TOILETS FOR ADA 132 0 9,11 6 0 REMODEL 00007 TOILETS FOR ADA 263 18,155 6 0 EMODEL 00008 TOILETS FOR ADA 275 0 18,98 6 EMODEL 00001 TOILETS FOR ADA 18 0 12,97 8 0 EMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 6,04 -13 6,00 1 4 EMODEL 00001 EXISTING STAGE AREA FOR BETTER UTILIZATION 2,435 0 168,09 6 0 ENOVATE 00002 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 8,872 04,219 46 RENOVATE 00003 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 9,599 37,34 46 Of ENOVATE 00004 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 4,414 01 107 4 0 ENOVATE 00005 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 4,41 01,290 46 RENOVATE 00008 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 4,3 ME 00,28 4 0 ENOVATE 00007 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 16,279 66,83 4 ENOVATE 00008 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 8677 95,33 46 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_PECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAKE TRAFFORD ELEMENTARY Address: 3500 LAKE TRAFFORD ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 23 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project . Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Area Stations Total osVNSF Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Proje ct Cos ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or (g) Sta. RENOVATE 00001 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 62,464 0 2.845.936 4 0 Total Cost 6,330 41 Recommended Permanent 86 Student Stations Recommended Reloeatabie 0 tudent Stations ecommended Total Student 869 Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 869 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 869 District Comments IMMOKALEE PLANNING . ZONE - ISOLATED http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAUREL OAK ELEMENTARY Address: 7800 IMMOKALEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 24 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building scription /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total ostiNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) gddedlReduced Project Coat ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. ($) Sta. xistin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR :)utlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade - I h Grade KG 05 ecommended Site x ansion 0 ecommended Site evelo ment ecommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 748 xisting Relocatable tudent Stations 485 Isting Student Stations 1,233 xisting School Capacity 1,233 EW EXPAND MEDIA 1,886 01 350,37 186 0 EW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1,115 15 20714 18 13809 NEW FOUR PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 4,448 72 826,330 18 11,477 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE ROOM 1,040 0 193,207 186 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 1 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LAUREL OAK ELEMENTARY Address: 7800 IMMOKALEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 25 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project AA Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Be Added /Reduced Project ostfN F Sta. (grea) S Ft. (+ or Cost ($) ) ($ /Stu. St a.) NEW EXPAND ADMINISTRATION 3.191 0 592,809 186 0 NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, STAGE & 6,186 0 1,149,115 188 0 MULTIPURPOSE NEW - THREE INTERMEDIATE 3,114 66 578,505 188 8,765 CLASSROOMS NEW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2,340 C 434,715 18E 0 REMODEL 00004 MULTIPURPOSE & TOILETS TO 1923 36 132,74 6 3,687 TWO PRIMARY CLASSROOMS TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 7,976 -162 90,000 - 11 556 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 15,528 -323 8,000... 1 . 25 ROOMS 106 -1118 TO IMPROVE REMODEL 00004 UTILIZATION AND EXPAND MEDIA 3;027 -28 0 0 0 SPACES FOOD SERVICE AND STAGE FOR REMODEL 00002 BETTER UTILIZATION WITH 6,632 0 457,821 69 0 ADDITION Total Cost 5,020,764 Recommended Permanent 909 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total 909 Student Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 900 Be Housed Recommended School 90 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LELY ELEMENTARY Address: 8125 LELY CULTURAL PARKWAY, NAPLES Page 26 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodOI. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building DescriptionlProject or Work Item Area gtations Total Cost/NS Sta. ( t) Added /Reduced Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. ( +or -) Cost($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL CONDITIONALLY utlay Classification RECOMMENDED FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low pK DS rade - High Grade ecommended Site x anion 0 Recommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 922 fisting Relocatahle tudent Stations - 4 Existing Student Stations 964 xistIng School Capacity 96 EMODEL 00099 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO 172 -4 20,000 12 DISTRICT FOR OTHER USE 476 RENOVATE 00002 ENTIREBUILDING 11,020 0 502,085 44 0 RENOVATE 00003 ENTIREBUILDING 2,228 101,510 4 0 ENOVATE I 00004 ENTIREBUILDING 1 9,870 449,6891 46 0 http: / /appprodOI. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LELY ELEMENTARY Address: 8125 LELY CULTURAL PARKWAY, NAPLES Page 27 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:64 http: / /appprodOI.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Description /Project or Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. wilding Work Item Area Added /Reduced Project Cost Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or ($) ($INSF) ($IStu. Sta. RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,236 0 511926 46 RENOVATE 00006 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,449 0 202.701 46 0 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,353 0 198.328 46 0 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 456 0 207987 46 RENOVATE 1 00009 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,4641 of 522,3141 461 01 RENOVATE 00010 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,221 01 283,4361 461 01 RENOVATE 00011 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 3,17 01 144,7481 461 RENOVATE 00012 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,957 01 134,725 461 0 RENOVATE 00013 ENTIRE BUILDING 15527 0 707,429 46 RENOVATE 00014 ENTIRE BUILDING 1,990 D 45,333 23 RENOVATE 00001 COVERED WALKWAYS 33,644 0 766,431 23 RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,58 0 20B,762 46 Total Cost - 5,007 404 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 822 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 822 Cations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 920 Membenhi To Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 822 District Comments http: / /appprodOI.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MANATEE ELEMENTARY Address: 1880 MANATEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 28 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student E Almaled Project Project CosUSfu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total ost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft .j Added/Reduced Project Cost $ /NSF ( ) ($ /Stu. Sta. Exicdn Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR utla Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade PK 05 Hi h Grade ecommended Site ansion ecommended Site veto ment 0 Recommended Site in rovement xisting Permanent tudent Stations 764 . xisting Relocatahle tudent Stations 226 xisting Student Stations 990 x1sting School Capacity 990 EW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1.950 01 362,262 186 0 EW EXPAND TOILETS AND 579 0 107,56 186 0 TEXTBOOK STORAGE NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, STAGE 4,301 0 798,928 186 8 MULTIPURPOSE 0 EW EXPANDADMINISTRATION 2,240 0 416,137 18 0 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MANATEE ELEMENTARY Address: 1880 MANATEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 29 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area CosUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project (SINSF) ($/Stu. (+ or •) Cost st ($) ($) Sta.) NEW CUSTODIAL EQUIPMENT STORAGE 500 C 92,888 186 NEW TWO ESE RESOURCE ROOMS - 1,040 C 193,207 186 5 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 4,320 -87 40.DOO 9 460 ADMINISTRATOR TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00098 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 2,592 -4C 30,00 12 75 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 5,184 -99 6,000 1 61 ROOMS 100 -100B FOR USE AS REMODEL 00004 TWO INTERMEDIATE 1,920 44 132,541 69 3,012 CLASSROOMS REMODEL 00001 ADMINISTRATION FOR BETTER 4,099 0 282,962 6 0 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION FOOD SERVICE AND STAGE FOR REMODEL 00002 BETTER UTILIZATION WITH 6,788 0 468,59C 6 0 EXPANSION otal Cost - 2,931,07 Recommended Permanent 80 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total 80 Student Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE tudent Membership To 805 e Housed ecommended School Ca aci 80 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Eck 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NAPLES PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 68511TH AVENUE N, NAPLES Page 30 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 AArea Student Estimated Project Project CosUStu. Building DescdptianlProject or Work Item Area taions JAcIdScilitlReduced Total (Sq. Ft. eo Project Cos ($MSF) ($ /Stu. ( ) ($) Sta. istin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade KG OS -HI hGrade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site ' Development 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 74 (sting Relocatable Student Stations 309 Exlstin Student Stations 1.0561 Existing School Capacity 1,05 NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, 4145 0 770,040 18 MULTIPURPOSE & STAGE NEW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,950 362,262 - 18 0 NEW ONE ESE RESOURCE 520 96,64 18 0 EW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 639 0 118,711 1 1861 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NAPLES PARK ELEMENTARY Address: 685 11TH AVENUE N, NAPLES Page 31 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project A Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Area (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost/NSF Sta. /Stu. (+ or •) Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ Sta. NEW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 379,725 186 0 EMODEL 00098 TRANSFER RELOCATABLE TO 864 -5 10,000 12 2,000 DISTRICT FOR OTHER USE FOOD SERVICE AND STAGE FOR REMODEL 00001 BETTER UTILIZATION WITH 6,027 416,057 61 1 EXPANSION EMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 11,252 -2501 10,00 11 40 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO EMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 2,592 -54 30,000 1 556 ADMINISTRATIVE USE ENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 5,054 0 232,48 46 0 ENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 10,186 0 468,556 4 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,529 0 530,334 4 otal Cost 3,424 817 - ecommended Permanent 747 Student Stations ecommended elocatable Student 0 tations ecommended Total 747 Student Stations Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student Membership To 740 e Housed ecommended School 747 a aci istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Sack Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY G (ELEMENTARY) Address: Golden Gate Commerce, COLLIER COUNTY Page 32 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.tl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_PPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlSlu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total ostINS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost ($INSF) ($IStu. ($) Sta. ExistIno Facilltv Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classlflcatlon CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low Grade - High Grade KG 05 Recommended Site —' Ex ansion 0 Recommended Site Development 0 Recommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 0 Existing Reloeatable Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 0 Existing School Capacity EW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 33,063 576 61145,243 186 10,669 NEW CUSTODIAL 1,655 307,607 16 0 NEW MUSIC 1.270 01 236,090 184 0 NEW ART 1 346 0 250,311 188 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.tl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_PPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY G (ELEMENTARY) Address: Golden Gate Commerce, COLLIER COUNTY Page 33 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 APProx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft) Added/Reduced Project Cost ($/NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or •) ($) Ste. EW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 380,184 186 NEW PE 3,587 0 - 362626 101 EW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2,340 0 434.903 186 0 EW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1 115 15 207,373 186 13,82 EW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1.1301 101 210,1341 1861 21,013 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,0401 01 193.2901 1861 0 EW PT /OT 7251 01 134.7511 1861 0 NEW MEDIA 7,1831 01 1,335,3581 1861 0 EW ADMINISTRATION 8,2161 01 1,627,4061 1861 01 EW FOOD SERVICE 7,811 0 1,463.1271 186 NEW STAGE 2,00 0 371807 186 0 EW MULTIPURPOSE 3,00 0 557,642 18e 0 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, 1'86 0 346,403 186 STUDENT 8 PUBLIC TOILETS EW 14 INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 13,972 308 2,596,990 186 8,432 otal Cost - 17 051 24 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 90 ecommended Relocatable 0 tudent Stations ecommended Total Student 909 Stations Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student 900 embership To Be Housed ecommended School I 909 a acct itilization strict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY J (ELEMENTARY) Address: 12TH AVE - GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, COLLIER COUNTY Page 34 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CosUStu. Building scriptionlProject or Work Its Area Stations ll Total Cost/NS Sta. (S q. Ft.) AddStatio uced Projrot (S1NSF) ($/Stu. (+ or -) ($) SSt istin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Copilot SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR utle Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade - KG 05 I h Grade ecommended Site nsion 0 ecommended Site evelo ment ecommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 0 xisting Relocatable dent Stations 0 Isdn Student Stations 0 x1s6n School Ca acct 0 EW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 33,063 576 6,145,24 18 10,669 EW CUSTODIAL 1,855 0 307607 1 0 EW MUSIC 1,270 0 236,09 18 0 EW ART 1.3461 01 250,3111 186 0 http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY J (ELEMENTARY) Address: 12TH AVE • GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, COLLIER COUNTY Page 35 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SL7RV"EY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Area Stations Total Cost/NS Sta. hem (Sq. Ft) Added /Reduced Project Cos ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. ( +or -) ($) Sta. NEW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 380,184 186 0 YEW PE 3,587 0 362626 101 0 YEW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2 340 0 434!903 186 0 YEW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1 115 15 207,37 186 13,825 NEW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1,1301 101 2110.1341 1861 21,013 NEW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,0401 01 193.2901 1 NEW PT /OT 7251 01 134.7511 18 0 NEW MEDIA 7,183 0 1,33535 18 NEW ADMINISTRATION 8,216 0 1527406 18 NEW FOOD SERVICE 7818 0 145312 18 0 NEW STAGE 2,00 0 371,807 1 0 NEW MULTIPURPOSE 3,000 0 557,64 186 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, 1,864 0 346,403 18 STUDENT & PUBLIC TOILETS NEW 14 INTERMEDIATE 13,972 308 2,596,9 186 8,432 CLASSROOMS Total Cost - 17,051,245 - Recommended Permanent 909 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student 909 Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 900 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 909 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SL7RV"EY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Protect SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 Description/Project or Work Its STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY K (ELEMENTARY) Address: IMMOKALEE Sta. - Page 36 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Protect Project CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Its Area Stations Total ost/NS Sta. - (Sq. Ft.) Added/Re Project Cost ($/NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or ($) 3ta. -=Xlsting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade - PK 06 High Grade ecommended Site x ansion 0 Recommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 xlsting Permanent Student Stations 0 Existing Relocatable Student Stations - 0 x1sting Student Stations xisting School Capacity 0 NEW TWENTY -FOUR PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 23,058 432 4,488,521 195 10,390 NEW ADMINISTRATION 6,932 1,349,260 t95 0 NEW MUSIC 1 1,270 01 247,266 195 0 NEW ART 1,348 0 26215 195 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY K (ELEMENTARY) Address: IMMOKALEE Page 37 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /cfis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description /Project or Work Item APproz, Area (Sq. Area Student Stations Added /Reduced I+ or Estimated Total Project Cost ($) I Project Cost/NSF $/NSF Project Cost/Stu. Sta. $ /Stu. Sta. NEW TWO SKILLS LABS 2.0521 0 400140 195 NEW COVERED PE 2,8511 0 277,48 97 NEW PE STORAGE 3151 C 61,31 19 NEW THREE RESOURCE 1.1701 0 227745 1 EW ESE PART -TIME 1,0301 15 200,560 195 13,371 NEW ESE FULL -TIME 9501 ic 184,943 195 18,49 NEW PT /OT 72 _ 141,1291 1951 28,22 NEW ESE RESOURCE 5201 101,3641 1951 01 NEW MEDIA 6,2551 1.217,5301 195 EW FOOD SERVICE 6,811 1,325,980 1951 01 EW STAGE 1,882 366,416 1951 01 NEW MULTIPURPOSE 2,613 508,702 19 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE &TOILETS 1,62 315,95 19 NEW CUSTODIAL 1,521 297,1521 195 NEW FIFTEEN INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 14,6901 33 2,859,6041 195 B,fi6 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /cfis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION each Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY K (ELEMENTARY) Address: IMMOKALEE Page 38 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description/Project or Work Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost /Stu. Building Item Area Add uced Project Cost CostINS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or -) $ /NSF otat Cost 14,833,21 Recommended Permanent St Stations 70 Reudent commended Relocatabie tudent Stations 0 scommended Total Student tations 79 Utilimtion Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membershl To Be Housed 78 Recommended School Capacity 792 District Comments IMMOKALEE PLANNING ZONE - ISOLATED http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLDER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY L (ELEMENTARY) Address: CYPRESS CREEK, COLLIER COUNTY Page 39 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CoatlStu. Building DescriptlonlProject or Work Item Area Stations gdded bons Totat 1C0$S/NSF St a. (Sq. Ft.) ed ( +or-) Protect Cost ) (S /Stu. SSt Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR 3utlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade . i h Grade KG OS ecommended Site x ansion l ecommended Site eveio ment 0 ecommended Site rovement xisting Permanent Student Stations 0 xisting Relocatable tudent Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 0 Existing School Capacity NEW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 1 33,063 576 6,145243 186 10,669 NEW CUSTODIAL 1,65 0 307,607 186 NEW MUSIC 1,27 0 236,090 186 NEW ART 1 4 01 250,3111 1861 01 http: / /appprodOI. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY L (ELEMENTARY) Address: CYPRESS CREEK, COLLIER COUNTY Page 40 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R.PT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Building DescriptlonlProJect or Work Item APProx. Area (Sq. Ft.) Student Stations Added/Reduce ( +or -) Estimated Total Project reject Cos Cost/NSF ($) ($INSF) Project Cost/Stu. Sta. ($/Stu. Sta. EW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 380,184 186 0 EW PE 3,58 0 36282 101 0 EW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2,340 0 434,90 18 EW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1 11 15 207,373 186 13,825 EW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1.1301 10 210,134 1861 21,013 EW TWO,ESE RESOURCE 1,0401 0 193.2901 1861 01 NEW PT /OT 725111 0 134,751 18 0 EW MEDIA 7,18 1,335358 1 NEW ADMINISTRATION 8,216 0 1,527,406 16 NEW FOOD SERVICE 7818 0 1,453,127 18 EW STAGE 2,000 371807 18 NEW MULTIPURPOSE 3,0011 0 557,64 186 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, STUDENT & PUBLIC TOILETS 1864 0 346,403 18 d8,432 NEW 14 INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 13,97; 308 2,596,99 18 otal Cost 17,051,24 Recommended Permanent tudent Stations 909 Recommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 Recommended Total Student Stations 909 Utilization Factor - - 1000 ecommended FTE Student Membershi To Be Housed 90 Recommended School apacity 90 istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R.PT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY M (ELEMENTARY) Address: NE OFUS HWY 41 8 S OF RATTLESNAKE, COLLIER COUNTY Page 41 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http:// appprod0l .doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations AddedlReduced Total CosUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) Project Cost (g) ($ /NSF ) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY ode Recommended Low Grade - KG 05 HI h Grade Recommended Site Ex ansion *commended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Im rovement 0 feting Permanent tudent Stations 0 fisting Relocatable Student Stations 0 [sting Student Stations p xisting School Capacity 0 NEW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 33,063 576 6,145,243 186 10,669 EW CUSTODIAL 1,655 0 307,607 186 0 NEW MUSIC 1,270 0 236 09 186 0 NEW I ART I 1,34tj 0 250.3111 186 http:// appprod0l .doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY M (ELEMENTARY) Address: NE OFUS HWY 41 & S OF RATTLESNAKE, COLLIER COUNTY Page 42 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Description/Project or Work Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Item Area Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost /NS) Sta. (Sq. ( +or -) ($ (g) (SINSFj (Sta. Sta. tW TWO SKILLS LABS 2044 0 380,184 186 0 EW PE 3,587 0 362.626 101 EW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2 340 0 434.903 186 0 EW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1,115 15 207 373 186 13 825 Ew ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1,1301 101 210,1341 1861 21,013 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,040 01 193.2901 lea 0 EW PT /OT 725 01 134,751 1 0 EW MEDIA 7,183 0 1,335,354 1861 0 EW ADMINISTRATION 821 0 1,527,4061 1861 0 EW FOOD SERVICE 7818 0 1,453,127 18el 0 EW STAGE 2000 0 371,807 18 0 EW MULTIPURPOSE 3000 0 557,64 18 0 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, 1,864 0 346,40 18 0 STUDENT & PUBLIC TOILETS NEW 141NTERMEDIATE 13,972 308 2,596,990 1 8,432 CLASSROOMS Total Cost 1 17,051,24 Recommended Permanent 909 Student Stations Recommended Reloc9table 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student 909 Cations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 900 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School 909 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION sack Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Item SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY O (ELEMENTARY) Address: SOUTH NAPLES, COLLIER COUNTY Page 43 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Buildin Description /Project or Work Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. g Item (Sq. Ft) Added/oeduced Project Cost Sta. ($ NSF ( ) ($) ) ($/Stu. Existin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Sta. Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR utla Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Code 04 - ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade - I h Grede KG 05 Recommended Site x anslon Acquire site 10,060,00 ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 0 Existing Relocatable tudent Stations 0 xlstin Student Stations 0 Existing School Ca aci 0 NEW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 33,063 576 6,145,243 186 10,66 NEW CUSTODIAL 1655 0 307,607 186 0 NEW MUSIC 1,270 23609 1 0 NEW ART 1,346 250311 186. 0 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY O (ELEMENTARY) Address: SOUTH NAPLES, COLLIER COUNTY Page 44 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost /Stu. Building Description /Project or Work - Item Area Stations Added/Reduced Total Project Cost Cost/NS Sta. (Sq.FL) (+ or ($) ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. EW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 380,184 186 0 EW PE 3587 0 362,626 101 EW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2 340 0 434.903 186 0 NEW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1,115 15 207,373 186 13 825 EW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1,13 10 210,13 18 21,013 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,040 193,290 18 0 EW PT /OT 725 134,751 18 0 EW MEDIA 7,18 0 1,33535 18 0 EW ADMINISTRATION 8,216 0 1,527,406 18 0 EW FOOD SERVICE 7,818 0 1,453,127 186 0 EW STAGE 200 0 371,80 186 0 EW MULTIPURPOSE 300 0 557,64 186 0 EW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, 1,86 0 346,40 186 0 STUDENT & PUBLIC TOILETS NEW 141NTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 13,972 306 2,596,99 186 8,432 otal Cost 27,111 245 *commended Permanent Student Stations 909 'commended Relocatable tudent Stations O Recommended Total Student Cations 909 Utilization Factor 1000/. Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed 9017 Recommended School Capacity 90 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION eack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY Q (ELEMENTARY) Address: CORKSCREW AREA, COLLIER COUNTY Page 45 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodOI.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project roject Cost/Stu. wilding ascription /Projector Work Item Stations Total Area Added/Reduced osU NS Sta. JC(P Project Cost (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) ($) $INSF) ($IStu. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Sta. Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04- ELEMENTARY ode eeommended Low Grade - 1 h Gra d KG 05 Site x ansion 0 ecommended Site eveto ment 0 ecommanded Site m rovement xisting Permanent Student Stations 0 Existing Relocatabie tudent Stations - 0 xistin Student Stations g xistin School Ca acit 0 EW 32 PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 33,063 576 6,145,24 1l 8 6 10,869 EW CUSTODIAL 1,655 0 307,607 18 EW MUSIC 1,270 0 236,090 18q 0 NEW ART 1 1,346 250,311 1861 01 http: / /appprodOI.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION �Fenu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006-2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY Q (ELEMENTARY) Address: CORKSCREW AREA, COLLIER COUNTY Page 46 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work a Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. Item (SABr Added/Reduced Project Cos ( NSF ) (S /Stu. ( +or•) (gJ Sta. NEW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 380,184 186 0 EW PE 3,587 0 382,626 101 EW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2,340 0 434,903 188 0 NEW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1,115 15 207.373 Ise 13825 NEW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1,130 10 210,13 18 21,013 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,04 0 193 2 18 0 EW PT /OT 72 0 134,751 186 0 EW MEDIA 7,183 133535 18 0 EW ADMINISTRATION 8,216 0 1,527,4 18 0 EW FOOD SERVICE 781 1,453127 186 0 EW STAGE 200 0 371807 18 0 EW MULTIPURPOSE 300 0 557,64 186 0 EW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, 1,864 0 346,403 186 0 STUDENT & PUBLIC TOILETS EW 14 13,97 30 2,596,990 186 8,432 CLASSROOMS CLASSROOMS otal Cost 17,051,245 ecommended Permanent 909 tudent Stations ecommended Relowtable 0 Student Stations ecommended Total Student 909 Stations tilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student 89 embershi To Be Housed ecommended School 90 a acct Istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: OSCEOLA ELEMENTARY Address: 5770 OSCEOLA TRAIL, NAPLES Page 47 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 ht4):Happprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description/Project or Work Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Cost/Stu. Sulldin hem Area JAdded/F ProJeet ost/NS [,]Project Sta. (Sq. FL) or -) Cost($) $/NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. xisting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lasaiflcation FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Code 04 - ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade • 1 It Grade PK 05 ecommended Site Ex anion p ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 xisting Permanent Student tations 75 fisting Relocatable Student tations 58 x1sting Student Stations I 811 Existing School Capacity 811 EW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 50 0 92,888 18E 0 EMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED 5,184 -58 5,OOC 1 8 RELOCATABLES otat Cost 97,888 Recommended Permanent tudent Stations 753 ecommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 ecommended Total Student tations 75 tillzation Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student ambershi Be To Housed 741 ecommended School apacity 753 District Comments ht4):Happprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PELICAN MARSH ELEMENTARY Address: 9460 AIRPORT ROAD N, NAPLES Page 48 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efiOPSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area AddedlReducad Project Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (4- or -) Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. =Xistina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR :)utlav Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low PK 05 rade - High Grade Recommended -Site 0 Expansion Recommended She 0 Develo ment Recommended Site 0 m rovement xisting Permanent 974 tudent Stations xisting Relocatable 44 tudent Stations Existina Student Stations 1,018 Existing School CaDaCItV 1,01 REMODEL 00003 REMODEL ROOM 03 -103 TO 1,00 -22 69,564 69 3,16 COMPUTERISCIENCE SKILLS TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 864 -22 0 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLE 86 -22 1,000 1 4 otal Cost 70,584 Recommended Permanent Student 95 - Stations Recommended elocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total 952 Student Stations Utilization Factor - 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 950 Be Housed Recommended School 952 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efiOPSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION B ack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PINECREST ELEMENTARY Address: 313 S 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 49 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Atldetation Total CostMSF Sta. (S9. Ft.) eed Protect Cost ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )utlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade - PK 06 Hi h Grade ecommended Site ansion Recommended Site Develo mant Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 69 Existing Relocatable tuden Stations 116 istin Student Stations 806 xistin School Ca acit 806 EW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,419 0 263 738 186 EW EXPAND MEDIA 775 0 144,043 186 NEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 1,025 0 190,50 1861 0 NEW TEN INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 91820 220 1,825,167 186 8,2 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PINECREST ELEMENTARY Address: 313 S 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 50 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: /Jappprod0l.doe.state.tl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Bulidin Description/Project or Work Item Area Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project ostINS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) [+ or Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. NEW MUSIC 1,270 0 236220 186 0 NEW EXPAND ADMINISTRATION 5,403 0 1,004,213 186 0 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE, PUBLIC & STUDENT 939 0 174,525 186 0 TOILETS NEW I DINING, STAGE, & MULTIPURPOSE 10,5811 01 1,966.608 1861 0 UTILIZE ROOMS 102, 108, 109, 116, 117, 118, 129, REMODEL 00006 132, & 134 AS PRIMARY CLASSROOMS, AND 107 10,84 -10 0 0 0 AS SKILLS LAB EMODEL 00009 1 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED CASTALDI 7,36 -108 0 0 0 REMODEL 00006 1 TOILETS FOR ADA 1,300 0 89,741 69 0 EMODEL 00004 PORTION OF BUILDING TO ACCOMODATE 1100 0 69,032 69 0 EXPANSION AND FOR ADA TOILETS REMODEL 00007 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED CASTALDI 2,451 0 0 0 0 REMODEL 00001 FOR UTILIZATION AS 1 PART -TIME ESE, ONE 2,792 25 192,737 69 7,709 FULL -TIME ESE, AND ONE ESE RESOURCE REMODEL 00099 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO DISTRICT FOR 4,321 -9 50pOOO 12 532 OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLE 86 -221 1,000 1 4 REMODEL 00002 DEMOLISH STAGE & DINING PER APPROVED 2,814 0 0 0 CASTALDI REMODEL 00005 ROOM 102 TO SKILLS LAB 1,35 -32 93,608 6 3,120 REMODE 00003 DEMOLISH PER APPROVED CASTALDI 4,83 0 0 http: /Jappprod0l.doe.state.tl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PINECREST ELEMENTARY Address: 313 S 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 51 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state,fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Buildin Description /Project or Work A Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost/stu. Item Area Area (Sq. Ft) AddedlRoeduced Project Cost ($/NSF ) Sta. ($/Stu. ( ) ($) ENOVATE 00006 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 31 83 1,450,442 461 Sta. 0 otai Cost 7 751,583 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 787 ecommended Relocatable Student Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stat, a 787 Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed 765 Recommended. School. Capacity 787 District Comments IMMOKALEE PLANNING ZONE - ISOLATED http: / /appprod0l.doe.state,fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION-1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: POINCIANA ELEMENTARY Address: 2825 AIRPORT ROAD, NAPLES Page 52 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. wilding eecriptionlProJect or Work Item Area gtatlons Total osUNSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project Cost ($IStu. ( +or Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )utley Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade - 1 h Grade PK 05 Recommended Site Ex ansion - 0 ecommended Site Develo ment 0 commended Site in rovement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 834 xlsting Relocatahle tudent Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 834 Existing School Ca acl - 834 EW ONE SKILLS LAB 1,022 0 189,863 186 0 NEW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1 95 0 362,262 1861 0 EW EXPAND ADMINISTRATION 1,015 0 188,562 1861 0 NEW COVERED PE & STORAGE 1 3,12 0 319,8681 102 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION MFLu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: POINCIANA ELEMENTARY Address: 2825 AIRPORT ROAD, NAPLES Page 53 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_R.PT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Stations Total CosUNSF Sta. (Sqr Ft Added/Reduced Protect ($INSF) ($ /Stu. I+ or Cost J$) Sta. EM TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,040 0 193 207 18 0 YEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 639 0 118,711 186 0 ELY EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, STAGE 8 4,776 MULTIPURPOSE 0 887,171 186 0 EW EXPAND MEDIA 1,20 0 224,045 186 0 FOOD SERVICE 8 STAGE FOR REMODEL 00001 BETTER UTILIZATION WITH 6,389 0 441,046 69 0 EXPANSION REMODEL ADMINISTRATION FOR REMODEL 00001 BETTER UTILIZATION WITH 3,759 0 259,492 69 0 EXPANSION RENOVATE 00006 ENTIRE BUILDING 1,123 51,658 46 0 RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,05 94,300 4 0 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 906 0 416,898 46 0 RENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 7,531 0 346,42 46 0 RENOVATE '00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 8,854 0 407,284 4 0 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIREBUILDING 2,011 0 92000 46 otal Cost 4,592,7 ecommended Permanent Student Stations 834 Recommended Relocatable Student 0 s ended Total t Stations 834 on Factor 1007 ended FTE t Membership To ERecommendedSchoof 812 sed ended School Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_R.PT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: SABAL PALM ELEMENTARY Address: 409518TH AVENUE NORTHEAST, NAPLES Page 54 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Pro ject cost/Stu. Buildin 9 escri tion /Pro ect or Work Item P j Area Stations Added /Reduced Total cost/NSF Sts. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or -) Project Cost Ilq (S /NSF) St ($/Stu. SSt Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR 3utlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use ode 04 - ELEMENTARY ecommended Low Grade - KG OS f h Grade Recommended Site x anion 0 commended Site velo ment ecommended Site m rovement 0 xisting Permanent Student Stations 758 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 314 Existing Student Stations 1,072 Existing School Capacity 1,072 NEW FOUR INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 4,152 88 771,340 186 8,765 NEW SIX PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 6,672 108 1,239,495 186 11,477 NEW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 500 0 92,8661 166 0 NEW EXPAND MEDIA 1,577 0 —292,9681 1861 0 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION sack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: SABAL PALM ELEMENTARY Address: 409518TH AVENUE NORTHEAST, NAPLES Page 55 of 118 Date: 3D- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description/Project or Approx' Student Stations Estimated Total - Project Project CosUStu. Work Item Area Added/Reduced Protect Cost CosVNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or (b) ($INSF ) ($/Stu. Sta. Sta. ) REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 15,652 -314 15,000 1 4 otai Cost 2 411 691 Recommended Permanent dent Stations 954 ommended Relocatable dent Stations 0 ommended Total Student tlons [Rommended 954 izatlon Factor 100% ommended FTE Student mbershl To Be Housed 832 - School Capacity 954 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: SEA GATE ELEMENTARY Address: 650 SEA GATE DRIVE, NAPLES Page 56 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl .us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Protect CostlStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Added/Reduced Lions Total Cost1NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or -) Protect Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outla y Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fisb Use 04-ELEMENTARY a mmended Low Grade - Grade KG 05 mmended Site �- nslon - 0 mmended Site lo ment 0 mmended Site ovemant 0 ting Permanent ent Stations PN 922 ing Relocatable ent Stations 106 ln Student Stations 1,028 Existing School Capacity 1,028 NINE PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 10,008 162 1 859,242 186 11,477 TWO INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 2,076 44 385,670 186 8,765 TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 0 379,725 18 0 PE STORAGE 315 0 58 ,546 18 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl .us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: SEA GATE ELEMENTARY Address: 650 SEA GATE DRIVE, NAPLES Page 57 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodO1.doe.state,fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 wilding DeseriptlonlProJeet or Work Item AAreax. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project CosVStu. (9 Ff Added/Reduced Project Cost/NS ($INSF) Sta. (S /Stu. (+ or -) Cost ($) EW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,95 0 362.262 18 Sta. EW ONE ESE PART -TIME 17 15 207,140 18 13,80 EW TWO ESE RESOURCE 1,04 0 193,207 18 EW EXPAND MEDIA 3,40E 0 633,309 18 EW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, STAGE, 8 MULTIPURPOSE 4,583 0 851,143 18 0 NEW EXPAND TOILETS & TEXTBOOK STORAGE 441 p 81,92 188 0 EW EXPAND CUSTODIAL 40: 1 74,86 1B 0 NEW MUSIC 1,270 235,935 186 p REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 4,320 -70 300 1 43 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 1,728 -36 20,000 12 556 ADMINISTRATIVE USE REMODEL. FOOD SERVICE AND REMODEL 00001 MEDIA FOR BETTER UTILIZATION 8,001 0 552,326 6S 0 WITH EXPANSION otal Cost 6,898,30( Recommended Permanent Student 1,143 Stations Recommended Relocatable Student p Stations Recommended Total tudent Stations 1,143 Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 1,121 Be Housed Recommended School Ca acIty 1,143 District Comments http: / /appprodO1.doe.state,fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Appee 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: SHADOWLAWN ELEMENTARY Address: 2161 SHADOWLAWN DRIVE, NAPLES Page 58 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R-PT_SLTRV Y RECO 4/30/2007 Appee Student Estimated Project Protect Cost/stu. Building Description/Project or Work Its Area Stations Total osUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft) AddedlRedueed Project Cost ($ /Stu. Sta. Existin Fecill Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR :)Utley Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY ode ecommended Low Grade - i h Grade PK 05 ecommended Site pension 0 ecommended Site evelo ment ecommended Site m rovement Existing Permanent Student Stations 657 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 43 ' xisting Student Stations 700 Existing School Capacity 700 EW COVERED PE 2.997 0 278,385 93 D EW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1.95 0 362,262 186 0 EW ONE FULL -TIME ESE 1,13 10 209 926 188 20,993 NEW ONE ESE RESOURCE 520 0 96,60 186 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R-PT_SLTRV Y RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back AA rox. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: TOMMIE BARFIELD ELEMENTARY Address: 101 KIRKWOOD STREET, MARCO ISLAND Page 60 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 AA rox. Student Estimated Project Protect CostlStu. Building Description/Project or Work Ite rea Area Stations Total F .S Sta. (S AddedlReduced Project Cost NBF ) ($ /Stu. ( +or Sta. xistin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04-ELEMENTARY Code Recommended Low Grade - PK 05 HI h Grade ecommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 600 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 65 Existing Student Stations 665 Existing School Capacity 6651 1 NEW TWO PRIMARY CLASSROOMS 2,224 36 413,165 18 11,477 EW FIVE INTERMEDIATE 5,190 110 964,175 186 8,765 CLASSROOMS EW TWO SKILLS LABS 2,044 379,7251 1861 0 NEW ONE ESE PART -TIME 1 1,115 15 7n7,1 AOM 186 13,809 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: TOMMIE BARFIELD ELEMENTARY Address: 101 KIRKWOOD STREET, MARCO ISLAND Page 61 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project AArea Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area S Ft. Added /Reduced Project Cost/NSF F Sta. /Stu. (Q (+ or Cost ($) J ($ Sta. NEW ONE ESE FULL -TIME 1,130 10 209926 186 2099 NEW EXPAND MEDIA 696 0 166,45 18 NEW ONE ESE RESOURCE ROOM 520 0 96,6D3 186 0 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 1,728 -33 2,000 1 61 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 1,728 -32 20,000 12 625 ADMINISTRATIVE USE otal Cost 2459189 Recommended Permanent 771 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total 771 Student Stations Utilization Factor 100° Recommended FTE Student Membership To 75 Be Housed Recommended School 771 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VETERANS MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY Address: 15960 VETERANS MEMORIAL BLVD, NAPLES Page 62 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. wilding Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total °SUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ddedlReduced Project ($INSF) ($/Stu. (+ or -) Cost ($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )utlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use de 04-ELEMENTARY commended Low PK 05 ade -High Grade commended Site ansion [Recommended 0 commended Site velo ment 0 Site improvement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 786 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 786 Existing School Capacity 786 ELIMINATE STUDENT STATIONS IN REMODEL 00003 FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS ONCE 2,325 -50 0 C 0 COFTE IS ASSIGNED Total Cost 0 Recommended Permanent Student 736 Stations Recommended Relocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total Student Stations 736 Utilization Factor 100%, ecommended FTE Student Membership To 720 Be Housed Recommended School Ca act 73 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VILLAGE OAKS Address: 1501 STATE ROAD 29, IMMOKALEE Page 63 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimatetl Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added/Reduced Total Project Cos ost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) l$) I$ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. ExIstina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY e ommended Low Grade PK 06 h Grade ommended Site 0 anion ommended Site ["listing elo ment ommentlad Site rovement Permanent 89 tudent Stations xisting Reiocatable Student Stations Existina Student Station 69 Existing School Capacity. 69 NEW ADMINISTRATION 6,95f 1,293,229 16 NEW COVERED PE 8 STORAGE 3,14f 326,467 104 NEW ONE SKILLS LAB 1,022 190,092 186 0 NEW Expand kitchen to include staff 400 74,400 18 dining and cooler /freezer http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION enu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VILLAGE OAKS Address: 1501 STATE ROAD 29, IMMOKALEE Page 64 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Building DescriptionlProject or Work Item Approx. Area (Sq. Ft.) Student ed/ Stations Added/Reduced Estimated Total Project Cost Protect Cost/NSF (SMSF) Project J COata. Sta. ($/Stu. Sta. NEW FIVE INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS 5,190 lic 964 175 18 8,78 REMODEL 00008 TOILETS FOR ADA, AND CREATE PLANNING AREA 464 C 32,030 6E 0 REMODEL 00009 TOILETS FOR ADA, AARNEDACREATE PLANNING 232 0 16,015 6E 0 REMODEL 00005 1 UTILIZE ROOM 4 AS PRIMARY CLASSROOM 1.0761 181 01 01 0 EMODEL 00006 UTILIZE ROOM 7 AS RESOURCE, ROOM 4 AS PRIMARY 1,731 -7 0 0 0 REMODEL 00007 1 UTILIZE ROOMS B 9, 10, & 11 AS PRIMARY 4.282 -161 01 01 0 REMODEL 00009 UTILIZE ROOMS 17, 19 & 20 AS PRIMARY 3,222 121 of 0 EMODEL 00008 UTILIZE ROOMS 13 & 14 AS PRIMARY 2,143 01 01 0 REMODEL 00011 TOILETS FOR ADA & CREATE PLANNING 464 01 32.0301 691 0 REMODEL 00006 TOILETS FOR ADA & CREATE PLANNING 232 01 16,0151 691 D REMODEL 00010 TOILETS FOR ADA & CREATE PLANNING 232 0 16,015 691 0 REMODEL 00007. TOILETS FOR ADA, AND CREATE PLANNING AREA 232 0 16,015 69 0 REMODE 00005 TOILETS FOR ADA, AND CREATE PLANNING AREA 232 0 16,015 69 EMODE 00004 TO MEDIA, MUSIC AND SKILLS LAB 9,712 -15 670,44 6 44,696 REMODE 00003 1 TO MUSIC 2.163 0 149,316 691 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VILLAGE OAKS Address: 1501 STATE ROAD 29, IMMOKALEE Page 65 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CosVStu. Building Descrlption/Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or •) Cost ($) ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. Sta. REMODEL 00002 TO FOOD SERVICE, STAGE, AND 10,800 0 746,099 69 0 MULTIPURPOSE TO ONE ESE PART -TIME, ONE REMODEL 00001 FULL -TIME, & TWO REGULAR 4,483 25 309,471 69 12,379 RESOURCE Total Cost 4,867,82 Recommended Permanent 811 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total 811 Student Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be 789 Housed ecommended School EIMMOKALEE 811 Capacity LA ZONE - District Comments ED LATED http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY Address: 6225 ARBOR BOULEVARD W, NAPLES Page 66 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 ht4):Happprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 AArea Student Estimated Project Project cz,19stu. Buildin DescriptlonlProJect or Work Item Area Stations Total Sj Sta (Sq. Ft.) AddedlRRf duced roject Cost (ost1N ) ($ /Stu. ( ) ($) Sta. Existing Facility, Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )utlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 04 - ELEMENTARY Code ecommended Low Grade PK 05 High Grade Recommended Site Ex ansion 0 Recommended Site Develo ment C Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent tudent Stations 959 Existing- Relocatable Student Stations 221 Existing Student Stations 1,180 Existing School Capacity 1,180 NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE, STAGE 5,911 0 1,098,027 186 0 & MULTIPURPOSE NEW EXPAND MEDIA 1,611 0 299,284 186 0 NEW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,950 0 362,262 186 0 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED 8,640 -149 11,000 1 74 RELOCATABLES ht4):Happprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY Address: 6225 ARBOR BOULEVARD W, NAPLES Page 67 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description /Project or Work Item Approx. Area (Sq. FL) Student ns Stations Ad Statioduced (d /Red Estimated Total Project l ($) Project ostINSF ($INSF) Project Cost /Stu. Sta. ($IStu. Sta. REMODEL 00002 FOOD SERVICE AND STAGE FOR BETTER UTILIZATION WITH ADDITION 6,907 0 476,805 69 0 REMODEL 00004 MEDIA FOR BETTER UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION 5,572 0 384,647 69 0 REMODEL 00005 UTILIZE FOUR PRIMARY CLASSROOMS AS INTERMEDIATE 4,00 -1 0 0 REMODEL 00099 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO DISTRICT FOR OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE USE 3147 -72 4,00 1 56 RENOVATE 00009 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,3741 0 523,204 46 ENOVATE 00010 ENTIRE BUILDING 6,0351 0 27761 46 0 RENOVATE 00011 ENTIRE BUILDING 3,2831 0 151.0181 46 3 RENOVATE 00012 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 3,0261 0 139.1961 46 0 RENOVATE 00013 ENTIRE BUILDING 15,7831 0 726,0181 46 0 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,5121 0 20755 46 0 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,4781 0 205.9881 46 0 RENOVATE 00006 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,44 204,47 4 RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,421 0 525,36 46 0 RENOVATE 00004 REMAINDER OF BUILDING 4,41 0 202,954 461 0 RENOVATE 00014 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,0241 0 93,1041 461 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY Address: 6225 ARBOR BOULEVARD W, NAPLES Page 68 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_ SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 DescdptionlProject or Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project CostlStu. Building Work Item Area Added /Reduced Project Cost Cost(NSF Sta. • (Sq.Ft.) I+ or (g) (S /NSF) (3 /Stu. Sta.) RENOVATE 00002 REMAINDER OF 3,96E 0 182,436 46 0 BUILDING RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 34,264 0 1,576,144 46 0 RENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 1261 C 104,006 46 0 otal Cost 7,755,08 Recommended Permanent tudent Stations 943 Recommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 Recommended Total Student Stations 943 Utilization Factor ecommended FTE Student Membershl To Be Housed 931 Recommended School Capacity 94 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_ SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION ' PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION sack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: CORKSCREW MIDDLE Address: 1165 C R 858, NAPLES Page 69 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 - Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Protect Cost CostINS . Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or •) ($) ($INSF) ($IStu. Ste. Exisilina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 05 - MIDDLE Code Recommended Low Grade - 0608 HI h Grade Recommended Site 0 anion Recommended Site Development Recommended Site 0 Im rovement Existing Permanent 1,186 Student Stations Existing Relocatable, P72 Student Stations Existina Student Stations 1,45 Exilstina School Capacity 1,312 NEW EXPAND PE 2,265 0 397.850 176 0 NEW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,170 0 263,6671 225 0 REMODEL 00003 PE STUDENT STATION 6,007 -4 0 0 ADJUSTMENT REMODEL 00006 BAND STUDENT STATION 1994 -5 0 0 ADJUSTMENT http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: CORKSCREW MIDDLE Address: 1165 C R 655, NAPLES Page 70 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description /Project or Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost/Stu. . Building Work Item Area Added/Reduced Project Cost Cost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 12,096 -272 12,000 1 44 Total Cost 673,417 Recommended Permanent tudent Stations 1141 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student Staid 1,141 Utilization Factor 90% Recommended FTE Student Membershi To Be Housed 1,005 Recommended School Capacity 1,02 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: EAST NAPLES MIDDLE Address: 4100 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES Page 71 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Coststu. wilding Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project Cosl ost/NSF Sta. 1 . (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) ($) ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta.) ExIstinn Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR outlav Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 05 - MIDDLE Code Recommended Low Grade - 0608 I h Grade Recommended Site 0 Expansion Recommended Site 0 evelo ment ecommended Site 0 m rovement Existing Permanent 1,134 Student Stations Existing Relocatabie 132 Student Stations Existing Student Stations 1,266 E isting School Capacity 1,139 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED 5,184 -132 6,000 1 45 RELOCATABLES REMODEL 00002 PE STUDENT STATION 6,793 -40 0 0 ADJUSTMENT REMODEL 00001 BAND STUDENT STATION 187 -5 0 ADJUSTMENT RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 132,31 0 7,012,801 5 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: EAST NAPLES MIDDLE Address: 4100 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES Page 72 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Description /Project or Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Work item Area (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost Cost/NSF Sta. (+ or ($) ($INSF) ($/Stu. Sta. ENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 9.56S 507157 53 otal Cost 7,525,958 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 1,089 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations 0 Recommended Total Student Stations 1,089 Utilization Factor 90q Recommended FTE Student i To Be Housed 958 W,mb., nded School Ca acit d 980 mments I http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved Districtt Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE MIDDLE Address: 2701 48TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 73 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project Co ostlNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. ExIstina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 05 - MIDDLE ode eoommended Low Grade - 0608 i h Grade ecommended Site 0 anslon Recommended Site 0 Development ecommended Site 0 Im rovement Existing Permanent 921 Student Stations Existing Relocatable 40 Student Stations Existina Student Stations 1,32 Existing School Capacity 1,19 NEW FIVE CLASSROOMS 4,29 11 966,413 22 8,786 NEW ONE ORCHESTRA 2,265 25 510,239 22 20410 NEW FAMILY & CONSUMER LAB 1 2,740 221 617,820 22R 28,083 NEW TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 1 3,6101 221 B13,9971 2251 37,000 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Project T Project Cost C8 NSF F ($) ) SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE MIDDLE Address: 2701 48TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 74 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description/Project or Work Item Approx. 5 F (Sq. (q. Ft. ) Student Stations Added /Reduced I+ or Estimated Project T Project Cost C8 NSF F ($) ) Project Cost/Stu. Sta. ($/Stu. Sta. EW MEDIA CENTER 7639 1,722,471 225 EW COVERED DINING 1,200 135.16 -113 0 EW ADMINISTRATION 9,63 2,171660 225 EW TWO SKILLS LABS 1,91 44 431,620 225 9,81 EW THREE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,1701 01 263.5671 2251 01 NEW ONE ESE PT /OT 7251 01 163,3221 2251 01 NEW I ONE ART 1,5701 301 353.6761 225 REMODEL 00001 FAMILY & CONSUMER TO TWO ESE FULL -TIME 1,692 136,3 81 REMODEL 00001 MEDIA TO THREE SCIENCE LABS 4,529 6 364,929 81 EMODE 00001 ROOMS 611 -615 TO HEALTH OCCUPATIONS 1,624 -4 130,85 81 REMODEL 00001 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS TO CUSTODIAL STORAGE 736 -16 59,303 81 M EMODE 00001 ADMINISTRATION TO THREE CLASSROOMS 3,022 66 243,501 81 REMODEL 00099 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO DISTRICT FOR OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE USE 4,362 -104 50,00 11 REMODE 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 12,960 -304 13,000 1 EMODE 00001 PE & BAND STUDENT STATION ADJUSTMENT 7,875 -4 0 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Tack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GOLDEN GATE MIDDLE Address: 2701 46TH TERRACE SW, NAPLES Page 75 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 Student Estimated Project Description /Project or http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R,ECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Project Cost/Stu. Building Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project Cost ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or ($) Sta. Total Cost 9.146,076 Recommended Permanent 1,239 Student Stations Recommended Relocatabie 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student 1,239 Stations Utilization Factor 90% Recommended FTE Student 1,093 Membership To Be Housed acommended School Capacity 1,11 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R,ECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GULFVIEW MIDDLE Address: 255 6TH STREET SOUTH, NAPLES Page 76 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12 :31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURV-EY_RECO 4/30/2007 A Student Estimated Project Project CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total osGNSF Sta. ( qr Ft AddedlReduced Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. (+~ or -) Cost ($) Sta. Wstina Facilltv Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR 3utlav Classiflcatlon CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE Recommended Low Grade - HI h Grade 0608 Recommended Site x anion 0 Recommended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent Student . Stations 742 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 742 Existing School CaDacltv 868 NEW TWO RESOURCE ROOMS 78 175,712 22 0 NEW EXPAND FOOD SERVICE 8 2,056 0 463,045 225 MULTIPURPOSE 0 REMODEL 00002 FOOD SERVICE FOR BETTER 8 219 0 662,264 81 UTILIZATION WITH EXPANSION 0 otal Cost 1,301,011 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 742 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations 0 ecommended Total tudent Stations 742 Utilization Factor 90% Recommended FTE Student Membershi To Be Housed 646 ecommended School apacity 668 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURV-EY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE Address: 401 N 9TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 77 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description or Work Area Lions Stations Total CostINSF Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added etl Project ($IN$F) J$/Stu. (+ or cost ($) Sta. Rxistina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lassification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE Recommended Low Grade - 0708 i h Grade Recommended Site Ex ension 0 Recommended Site Development Recommended Site 0 Im rovement Existing Permanent Student 1,427 Stations Existing Relocatable Student 198 Stations Existing Student Stations 1,62 Existin School Capacity 1,463 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED 7,776 -198 9,000 1 45 RELOCATABLES Total Cost 9,000 Recommended Permanent 1,427 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 1,427 Stations Utilization Factor 90 Recommended FTE Student 860 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School 1,284 Capacity IMMOKALEE PLANNING ZONE District Comments ISOLATED http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 1 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MANATEE MIDDLE Address: 1920 MANATEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 78 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building DescriptionlProject or Work Area Stations Total CosVNSF Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or •) Cost ($) Sta. Ex isting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lassification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE Recommended Low Grade - 0608 i h Grade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site Development 1 0 Recommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent Student Cations 1,476 Existing Relocatable Student 0 Stations Existing Student Stations 1,47 Existing School Capacity 1,328 Total Cost Recommended Permanent 1,476 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 1,476 Stations Utilization Factor 90% Recommended FTE Student 1,306 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School 1.,328 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EE (MIDDLE) Address: 425518th Ave. NE, Naples 34120 Page 79 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SL RVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Appro Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area rea Stations Added/Reduced Total Project Cos CostIN3 Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or ($) ($/NSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 05- MIDDLE Code Recommended Low Grade - 0608 i h Grade Recommended Site 0 Expansion Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site 0 m rovement xisting Permanent Student Stations xlsting Relocatable Student Stations Exisflng Student Stations 0 Existing School Capacity NEW TWENTY -SEVEN 22,944 59 5,173,501 225 8,710 INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS NEW CUSTODIAL 2,353 0 530,563 224 0 NEW THREE INTERMEDIATE SKILLS 2,574 66 648,041 22 9,819 LABS NEW NINE SCIENCE LABS 12,350 198 2,784,726 22 14,064 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SL RVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Total project Cost al ( SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EE (MIDDLE) Address: 4255 18th Ave. NE, Naples 34120 Page 80 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprodO]. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description /Project or Work Item Appro x. Area (Sq Ft) Student Stations Added/Reduced + or - Estimated Total project Cost al ( Project CostINSF SINSF Project Cost/Stu. Sta. ($/Stu, Sta. NEW FIVE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,950 0 439693 225 0 NEW TWO ESE PART -TIME 1,700 3 383,323 225 12,777 NEW TWO ESE FULL -TIME 1,92 20 432,92 22 21,646 NEW ESE PT /OT 725 163,47 22 32,695 NEW ONEART 1,570 30 354,01 22 11,80 NEW ONEBAND 3,190 4 71929 22 15,96 NEW ONE VOCAL 1,96 25 443076 225 17,723 NEW ORCHESTRA 2,565 2 578368 22 23,135 NEW PE 11,577 120 2,610427 22 21,754 EW ONE BUSINESS LAB 1,310 22 295,38 225 13,427 NEW ONE FAMILY 8 CONSUMER LAB 2,765 22 623,46 22 28,339 NEW ONE TECHNOLOGY LAB 3,610 2 613,98 22 37000 NEW ONE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS LAB 1,112 22 250 73 22 11,397 EW MEDIA 8,036 1,811,988 225 NEW ADMINISTRATION 11,156 01 2,515,498 225 0 http: / /appprodO]. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EE (MIDDLE) Address: 4255 18th Ave. NE, Naples 34120 Page 81 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_ST RV'EY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project Description/Project or Area Stations Total CosVNSF Sta. Work Item (Sq Ft. Added/Reduced Project Cost ($1NSF) ($/Stu. (oo ($) ta.) Sta. ) NEW FOOD SERVICE 775 0 1,748,402 225 0 NEW STAGE 2,788 62864 225 0 NEW MULTIPURPOSE 3,735 64218 225 0 NEW TEXTBOOK STORAGE 8 2,320 523,123 225 0 RESTROOMS NEW ONE DETENTION 580 12 130,780 225 10,898 CLASSROOM Total Cost 25,445,628 Recommended Permanent 1,25 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student 1,258 Stations Utilization Factor I 90%j I Recommended FTE Student 1,110 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School Ca alit 1,132 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_ST RV'EY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NORTH NAPLES MIDDLE Address: 16165 LIVINGSTON ROAD, NAPLES Page 82 of 118 Date: 30-APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 DescriptionlProJect or Work AAre Student Stations Estimated Total Project Cost/stu. Building Item Area (Sq. Ft.) [Added/Reduced Project JCProject OSt/NS Sta. (+ or Cost ($) ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. Sta. EXistina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lassification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE Recommended Low Grade - 1 h Grade 0608 Recommended Site Ex anslor 0 Recommended Site Develo ment ecommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Cations 1,094 Existing Relocatable Student Cations 0 ExIstinu Student Stations 1.094 Existing School Capacitv 985 otal Cost 0 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 1,094 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stations 1 094 Utilization Factor 1 90% Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed 96 Recommended School Capacity 985 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: OAKRIDGE MIDDLE Address: 14975 COLLIER BOULEVARD, NAPLES Page 83 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 . Time: 12:31:64 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efts /!PSP_RPT_SURVFY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Protect CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Area Stations I Total Cost/NS Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or -) Cost J$) Sta. Existina Facilltv Suffix A IS TANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lassiticatlon FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE ecommended Low Grade - 0608 i h Grade Recommended Site Ex anion 0 Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site 0 Improvement Existing Permanent Student 1,470 Stations xisting Reloeatahle Student 0 tattoos Fxlstin Student Stations 1.470 Exlstin School Ca cit 1.32 otal Cost 0 ecommended Permanent 1,47 udent Stations ecommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 1,47 Stations Utilization Factor 90°x^ commended FTE Student 1,301 mbershl To Be Housed ecommended School 132 Ca cl District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efts /!PSP_RPT_SURVFY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PINE RIDGE MIDDLE Address: 1515 PINE RIDGE ROAD, NAPLES Page 84 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description/Project or Work Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project cost/Stu. Building Item Area Added/Reduced Project C"UNSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or •) Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. :xIstInn Facilltv Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 05 - MIDDLE Recommended Low Grade - Grade 0608 mmended Site Expansion mmended Site lo ment 0 rReco mmended Site vement Ing Permanent S tudent ns 1,240 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 1 Existing Student Stations 1,25 Existing School Capacity 1 12 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLE 864 -10 1,00 1 100 RENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 1,230 0 65,190 53 0 Total Cost 66,19 Recommended Permanent tudent Stations 1,240 ecommended Relocatable - tudent Stations 0 Recommended Total Student Stations 1 24 tilizatlon Factor 90% ecommended FTE Student embefship To Be Housed 1,094 commended School a acit 1,116 !strict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: BARRON COLLIER SENIOR HIGH Address: 5600 COUGAR DRIVE, NAPLES Page 85 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Esti mated Project ProJect Cost/Stu. uilding Description /Project or Work Item Area gtations AddedlReduced Totai Project Cos ost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Existina Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlav Classification CONTINUED USE Re—commanded Fish Use 07 - SENIOR HIGH Low Grade - 0912 Grade mmended Site 0 nsion mmended Site 0 to ment mmended Site 0 vement ing Permanent IEWmmended 2,048 ent Stations ting Relocatable 0 ent Stations tin Student Stations 2,04 tin School Ca aci 1,94 EIGHT RESOURCE ROOMS 3 120 0 802,128 257 TWO ESE RESOURCE ROOMS 1,04 0 267,376 FOUR SUPPLEMENTARY 80 0 205,674 25 INSTRUCTION COVERED DINING 7,006 0 900,595 129 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: BARRON COLLIER SENIOR HIGH Address: 5600 COUGAR DRIVE, NAPLES Page 86 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description /Project or A rox. Brea Student Stations Estimated Total ProJeet Project CosflStu. Building Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost Cost/NSF Ste. (+ or (g) ($INSF) ($IStu. Sta. 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Building Description /Project or Work 'Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. a. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project ($ /NSF) ($/Stu. ( +or -) Cost ($) Sta. Existin Faclllt Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code O7 - SENIOR HIGH Recommended Low Grade - 0912 HI h Grade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site 0 Improvement Existing Permanent Student 2,184 Stations Existing Relocatable Student Stations Existin Student Stations- 2,184 istin School Capacity 2A7 otal Cost 0 Recbmmended Permanent 2,184 Student Stations c om mended Relocatable Student Stations - ecommended Total Student 2,18 tations Utilization Factor 95% Recommended FTE Student 2,05 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School 2,075 Capacity District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GULF COAST SENIOR HIGH Address: 7878 IMMOKALEE ROAD, NAPLES Page 88 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 ox. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. wilding Description/Project or Work Item LArea Stations Total ost/NSF Sta. t ) Added lReduced Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or -) Cost ($) Bta. =xIsting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish se Code 07 - SENIOR HIGH Recommended Low rade - HI h Grade 0912 ecommended Site Ex nsion 0 ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site m rovement Existing Permanent Student Stations 2,001 Existing Relocata6le Student Stations 190 Existing Student Stations 2,191 Existing School Ca act 2,081 NEW SIX RESOURCE ROOMS 2,340 0 601,596 257 0 NEW COVERED DINING 6,890 0 885,683 12 0 REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 604 -150 6,000 1 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO REMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 1,728 -4 20,000 12 5 ]40 ADMINISTRATIVE USE http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 89 of 118 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Dale: 30 -APR -2007 Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Time: 12:31:54 Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: GULF COAST SENIOR HIGH Address: 7878 IMMOKALEE ROAD, NAPLES http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R-ECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project ' Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Area Stations Total Sta. Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project Cost $1NSF) ($ /NSF) ($Isla. (+ or ($) Ste.) Total Cost 1'S13'279 Recommended Permanent 2,001 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 Student Stations Recommended Total Student - 2,001 Stations Utilization Factor 95% Recommended FTE Student 1,876 Membership To Be Housed Recommended School Capacity 1,901 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R-ECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION B _tckj 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011, SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: IMMOKALEE SENIOR HIGH Address: 701 IMMOKALEE DRIVE, IMMOKALEE Page 90 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated ject Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total IC(Plat/SiS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Add edlReduced Project Project $ /NFj ] ($/Stu. (+ or •) Cost Sta. xiatin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish 07 - SENIOR HIGH Use Code ecommended Low 0912 Grade - Hi h Grade ecommended Site Ex ansion 0 Recommended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site Im rovement Mating Permanent tudent Stations 1,71 Existing RelOCatahle Student Stations 350 xisting Student Stations 2,06 Existing School Ca acit 1,964 NEW FOUR RESOURCE 1,560 0 400,222 257 0 REMODEL 00005 ROOMS 105 8 106 AND PART OF 116 6,000 -40 530291 88 13,257 TO COVERED DINING , REMODEL 00000 RETURN LEASED RELOCATABLES 6,048 -175 7,000 1 40 TRANSFER RELOCATABLES TO IREMODEL 00099 DISTRICT FOR OTHER 7,008 -175 70,000 10 400 ADMINISTRATIVE USE http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT I FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION sack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 Description /Project or Work Item STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: IMMOKALEE SENIOR HIGH Address: 701 IMMOKALEE DRIVE, IMMOKALEE Page 91 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added/Reduced Total Project Cost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft .) (+ or -) Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. REMODEL 00001 ROOMS 106 & 107 TO OT /PT 1 43 -27 128,739 8 4,694 REMODEL ALL OF BUILDING 5 EXCEPT 00005 FOR ROOMS 105, 106 AND PART OF 116 10,898 -4 963,185 88 240,796 REMODEL TWO LARGE FAMILY & CONSUMER LABS RENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 13,1951 1 765,310 58 01 RENOVATE 00007 ENTIRE BUILDING 1,900 0 110,20 5 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 104 0 8,032 - EN OVATE 09 000 ENTIRE BUILDING 7 0 4,5 2 5 0 RENOVATE 00010 ENTIRE BUILDING 1,05 0 60,90 58 0 RENOVATE 00011 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,00 0 23252 5 0 otal Cost 3,276,925 ecommended 1,648 Permanent Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student 0 tations ecommended Total. 1,648 Student Stations Utilization Factor 95% ecommended FTE tudent Membership 1,350 o Be Housed Recommended School 1,566 Ca acit IMMOKALEE District Comments ISOLATE[ http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis/!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Protect SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LELY SENIOR HIGH Address: 324 LELY BOULEVARD, NAPLES Page 92 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student timated Protect Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total rc Cost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) AddedfReduced roject ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. ( +or -) ost($ ) Sta. Existin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL CONDITIONALLY utlay Classification RECOMMENDED FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 07 - SENIOR HIGH ode ecommended Low 0912 rade - HI h Grade ecommended Site X anslon ecommended Site veld ment 0 ecommended Site Improvement 0 Existing Permanent 2,333 Student Stations Existing Relocatable Student Stations Existing Student Stations 2,33 Existing School Capacity 2,21 RENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 784 01 45,472 58 0 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 66 0 3,82 5 0 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 174 0 10,092 0 RENOVATE 00008 ENTIRE BUILDING 601 01 3,480 58 0 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 93 of 118 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Date: 30- APR -2007 Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Time: 12:31:54 Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: LELY SENIOR HIGH Address: 324 LELY BOULEVARD, NAPLES http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostlStu. Building DescriptionlProject or Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. . Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost ($INSF ) ( $/Stu ( +or -) (s) Sta. RENOVATE 00007 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 44B 0 25,984 58 0 RENOVATE 00005 1 ENTIRE BUILDING 32 0 1,856 58 0 Total Cost 90,712 Recommended Permanent 2,33 Student Stations commended Relocatable p tudent Stations co mended Total Student 2,333 tations Utilization Factor 95% Recommended FTE Student 1,373 Membership To Be Housed ecommended School Capacity 2,21 District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NAPLES SENIOR HIGH Address: 1100 GOLDEN EAGLE CIRCLE, NAPLES Page 94 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Protect Project CosUStu. Building Description /Projector Work Item Area Stations Total CosUNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project ($ /NSF) I$IStu. SSt Existing Facility A (STANDARD SCHOOL) affix Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL CONDITIONALLY RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended ish Use Code 07 - SENIOR HIGH ecommended ow Grade - High 0912 Grade ecommended its Ex anston 0 ecommended Site Development Recommended Site Improvement Correct site drainage 100,00 Existing Permanent Student 2,155 Stations Existing Relocatable 0 Student Stations Existing Student Stations 2,155 Existing School Capacity 2 047 REMODEL 00009 PE storage to eliminate "loft" and make useable 1,000 0 88,381 Be 0 from floor level REMODEL LOCKER ROOMS, TOILETS, SHOWERS, TEACHER TOILETS & OFFICES REMODEL 00009 FOR BETTER VISUAL SUPERVISION FROM 4,895 0 432,628 88 0 TEACHER OFFICE AND FOR MODERNIZATION REMODEL 00009 I TO IMPROVE SAFETY, EXITING, AND TO 8,009 0 792,792 BB 0 EXPAND GYM SEATING [REMODEL 00009 LOBBY /CONCESSIONS TO IMPROVE EXITING 3,0041 0 265,499 88 0 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NAPLES SENIOR HIGH Address: 1100 GOLDEN EAGLE CIRCLE, NAPLES Page 95 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R.PT_SURV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Area Stations Total CostINSF Sta. Work Item (Sq. FL) Added/Reduced Protect Cost (SINSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or •) (g) Sta. EN2VATE 00009 WEIGHT ROOM 1,623 0 407,494 251 RENOVATE 00005 ENTIRE BUILDING 5 501 a 319,058 50 0 Total Cost 2,405,852 Recommended Permanent 2,155 Student Stations ecommended Relocatabie p Student Stations Recommended Total Student 2,155 Stations tilization Factor 95% ecommended FTE Student 1,732 embershi To Be Housed ecommended School Capacity 2,047 Istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_R.PT_SURV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 1 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 ascription /Project or Work Its STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY III (HIGH) Address: Sta. Page 96 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building ascription /Project or Work Its Area Stations Total ostINSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project Cost ($INSF) (s /Stu. (+ or (s) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix STANDARD SCHOOL ecommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR )Utley Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use ode 07 - SENIOR HIGH Recommended Low Grade - Hi h Grade 09 12 Recommended Site Ex ansion commended Site Develo ment 0 Recommended Site in rovement 0 xisting Permanent tudent Stations 0 xisting Relocatable tudent Stations 0 xisting Student Stations isting School Capacity 0 EW 18 senior high classrooms 16,200 450 4,163,400 25 9,25 NEW 4 senior high science labs 6 100 100 1,564,97 257 15,65 EW 2 resource rooms 780 0 200,460 257 NEW Media 1 2,3401 01 601,38 257 0 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project Project Cost/Stu. SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 Building SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 Area STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY III (HIGH) Address: Page 97 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved, District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PALMETTO RIDGE SENIOR HIGH Address: 1555 VICTORY LANE, NAPLES uaie: ou- �rrmcw� Time: 12:31:54 Student Estimated Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Added /Reduced Total Project Cost/ Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) (+ or Cost ($) ($INSF) ($/Stu. ( +or -) cost ($) Sta. NEW Adminstration 31046 0 782822 257 NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3,74 0 962,465 257 FOR CONTINUED USE NEW Custodial 1,07 0 276,732 257 0 NEW FOOD SERVICE 3,87 0 994.590 257 0 NEW COVERED PATIO 1,620 0 208,1701 1291 0 NEW 2 LARGE TECHNOLOGY 10,580 50 2,719,060 257 54,381 Recommended Site Ex ansion EDUCATION LABS NEW Student toilets 676 0 173,732 257 0 otal Cost 12,647,781 ecommended Permanent 600 Student Stations ecommended elocatable Student 0 Stations Recommended Total 60 Student Stations Utilization Factor 75% Recommended FTE Student Membership To 42 Be Housed Recommended School 450 Capacity On James L. Walker Vocational site - District Comments adds high school portion to vocational school PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved, District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PALMETTO RIDGE SENIOR HIGH Address: 1555 VICTORY LANE, NAPLES uaie: ou- �rrmcw� Time: 12:31:54 Student Estimated http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 APP Project Project CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Area Stations Total osUNSF Sta. Item pddedlReduced Project ($/NSF) (Sta.) ( +or -) cost ($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED lassiflcation FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 07 - SENIOR HIGH Recommended Low Grade - 0912 HI h Grade Recommended Site Ex ansion http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl. us:7778 /efis /!PSP RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 98 of 118 Recommended Site Develo Mont C Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 2.112 Existing Relocatable Student Stations Existin Student Stations 2112 Existin School Ca acit 2.00 otal Cost Recommended Permanent Student Stations 2,112 _ ecommended Relocatable Stutlent Stations _ 0 Recommended Total Student Stations 2,112 tilization Factor 95% Recommended FTE Student 'Membership To Be Housed 1981 ecommended School 1kaeacity 2,006 District Comments htip: / /appprod0l . doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 99 of 118 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: EVERGLADES SCHOOL Address: 415 SCHOOL DRIVE, EVERGLADES http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description/Projector' ork Item Area Stations Ad Total Protect Cost INS Ste. (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) (+ Cost($) ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. Ste. Exlstin Faciiitv Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR utla Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 09 - COMBINATION Code ecommended Low Grade PK 12 HI h Grade Recommended Site 0 Ex ansion Recommended Site 11 Development Recommended Site 0 Improvement Existing Permanent 557 tudent Stations xisfing Relocatable tudent Stations xisun Student Stations 55 istin School Ca aci 501 otal at 0 Recommended Permanent 557 tudent Stations ommended Relocatable Student Stations ecommended Total 557 tudent Stations Utilization Factor 90 Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be 155 oused Recommended School 501 Capacity Geographically Isolated. This small District Comments K -12 serves only Everglades City area. http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 Description(Project or Work Ite STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EEE (HIGH) Address: East of 1 -75 Page 100 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 - A pprox. Student Estimated Project Project CosUStu. Buildin Description(Project or Work Ite Area Stations Added /Reduced Total CostINS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Project Cost ($1N9 ($ /Stu. (for -! 13) Sta. EX lsting Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE - Recommended Fish Use 09 - COMBINATION Code Recommended Low Grade - 0612 High Grade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site evelo ment 0 Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 0 xisting Relocatable Student Stations 0 Istina Student Stations 0 Isting School Capacity 0 EW 21 classrooms 18,90 525 5704,65 302 10,86 EW 1 custodial 3,297 0 995,11 302 0 EW 8 skills labs 1 7,204 2001 2,173,19 30 1086 EW 6 science labs 1 9,1501 1501 2,761,59 30 18,411 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R-ECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EEE (HIGH) Address: East of I -75 Page 101 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Building Description /Project or Work Item Approx. Area (Sq. Ft.) Student Stations +or - Estimated Total Project Cost ($) Project CosVNSF $INSF) Project Cost/Stu. Sta. ($ /Stu. Sta. NEW 1 ROTC 1.5801 25 476,840 302 19,0 EW 8 resource 3,1201 0 941.668 302 0 EW 3 ESE art-time 2.9251 45 882919 302 19,620 NEW 3 ESE full -time 3,10 30 935,618 302 31,187 NEW 1 ESE vocational 1.4101 12 425,416 302 35,451 NEW 3 ESE resource 1,5601 0 470,678 302 0 EW 4 supplementary instruction 8001 01 241,394 30 NEW 3 art 5.3621 841 1,618,3661 30 192 NEW 1 band 4.1901 451 1.264,5611 30 28101 NEW 1 orchestra 2.7661 281 834,6831 30 29,81 EW 1 general music 1,73 2 524,014 302 18,715 EW 1 PE 2372 120 7,160,888 302 59,67 NEW 2 business education labs 4 880 60 1,472,807 302 24,547 NEW 2 distributive & diversified labs -small 4;250 50 1,282,83 302 25 657 NEW 1 family & consumer -practical 2,995 30 903 958 302 30,132 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated Total Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 Item STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY EEE (HIGH) Address: East of 1.75 Ste. ($ /Stu. Page 102 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Description/Project or Work Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost/Stu. Buildin Item Area (Sq. Ft) Added[ Reduced Project Cost ost/NS ($INSF) Ste. ($ /Stu. ( +or-) ($) Sta. NEW 1 family &consumer - medium 3,14 30 949218 302 31,641 NEW 1 health occupations-small 3,07 30 926,693 302 30,890 NEW 1 media 13,91 0 4,198,91 302 0 EW 1 administration 17,07 0 57153,230 302 0 EW 1 foodservica 19,836 0 5,988850 30 0 EW 1 auditorium 8,38 0 1,929,88 302 0 NEW 1 stage 2,852 860,60 302 NEW 1 textbook, student & public 3,61 0 7,089,677 302 toilets 0 NEW 1 detention classroom 790 20 238,420 302 11,921 otal Cost 52,404,594 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 1,512 Recommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stations 1 512 Utilization Factor 90% Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed 1,336 Recommended School Capacity 1,361 District Comments Core facilities for build-out to 1957 student stations http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION We SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL Address: 3710 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES Page 103 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l .doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R-ECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Area Stations Total F Sta. Item (Sq. FL) Added /Reduced Projec[ $INSF) ($ /NSF ($IStu. (+ or •) Cost ($) Sta. Existin Faciilt Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital Outlay SCHOOL RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE 10 - ALTERNATIVE Recommended Fish Use Code EDUCATION Recommended Low Grade - 0612 I h Grade Recommended Site Expansion 0 Recommended Site evelo ment .commended Site Correct site drainage 100,000 m rovement xlsting Permanent Student 262 lations Existing Relocatable Student 0 tatlons Existin Student Stations 262 Existin School Ca scat 26 otal Cost 100,000 .commended Permanent 262 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 tudent Stations Recommended Total Student 262 Stations Utilization Factor 100% ecommended FTE Student 211 Membershi I To Be Housed ecommended School 26 apecity District Comments http: / /appprod0l .doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_R-ECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY KKK (HIGH) Address: 3170 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES -Page 104 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Total F Sta. ( 5 Ft. dtled /Reduced Project (ostIN ) (S /Stu. (+ or Cost($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A (STANDARD SCHOOL) Recommended SCHOOLRECOMMENDEDFOR apkel Outlay CONTINUED USE Classification R ecommended Fish Use Code 10 - ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION R ecommended Low 06 12 Ga - High Grade ecommended Site xrde anslon 0 ecommended Site Development 0 Recommended Site m rovement 0 )sting Permanent tudent Stations 0 isting Relocatable, Student Stations Exladng Student Stations Existing School Ca acit 0 UTILIZE BUILDING #9 AT JAMES L WALKER TECHNICAL CENTER FOR USE AS 2 NEW INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOMS, 3 HIGH 10,639 144 1 0 0 SCHOOL CLASSROOMS, TECHNOLOGY LAB & ADMINISTRATION Total Cost 1 Recommended Permanent Student 144 Stations Recommended Reloeatable Student 0 ns mmended Total 144 nt Stations ation Factor 100% mmended FTE nt Membership f 119 Housed mmended 144 ol Ca aci ct Comments PHOENIX- ALTERNATIVE TO EXPULSION — CURRENTLY EXISTS AT THIS SITE http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 105 of 118 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Date: 1R31:54 Time: 12:31:54 Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY JJJ (HIGH) Address: 508 N 9TH ST, IMMOKALEE http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Pro act Approx. Student Estimated Project CosUStu. Building Description/Project or Work Item Area Stations Added/Reduced Lions Total Project ostlNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) (+ or Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. Exlstin Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Outlay Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use 11 -ADULT EDUCATION Code ecommended Low AE AE redo - HI hGrade ecommended Site 0 nsion commended Site p evelo ment ecommended Site p Inn rovement Existing Permanent Student Stations xlsting Relocatable p tudent Stations Existin Student Stations 0 Exlstin School Ca acit EW ONE MEDIUM INDUSTRIAL LAB 3 47 2 893,07! 257 44,654 EW DINING 1,320 01 339,24C 267 1 NEW THREE MEDIUM AGRICULTURE 14,265 6 3,666,105 257 61,10 LABS NEW TWO FAMILY & CONSUMER 5,730 40 1,472,610 257 36,81 CULINARY ARTS, CHILDCARE http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SLTRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY JJJ (HIGH) Address: 508 N 9TH ST, IMMOKALEE Page 106 of 118 Date; 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Buildin Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total Cost/NS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) AddedlRaduced Project ($ /NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. NEW ONE VOCATIONAL WORK 1,755 0 451,035 - 257 EVALUATION LAB 0 NEW ONE VPI LAB 2,04 525,565 257 0 YEW MEDIA 113 290,41 25 0 NEW FOUR HEALTH OCCUPATIONS 18,280 8 4,178,820 257 62,23 LABS NEW ADMINISTRATION 3929 1,009,753 25 0 EW TOILETS TEXTBOOK STORAGE 732 188;124 257 0 EW CUSTODIAL 1,150 295.551 25 NEW FIVE SKILLS LABS 4,600 125 1,156,500 25 9,252 NEW TWO RESOURCE ROOMS 780 200,48 257 0 NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPACE 3,713 954,241 257 0 EW TWO BUSINESS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE LABS 3,600 5 925,200 257 18,504 NEW ONE LARGE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION LAB 5,290 25 1,359,630 257 54,381 EW TWO LARGE INDUSTRIAL LAB 11,60 40 2,981,20C 257 74,530 otal Cost 20,887,418 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 440 ecommended Relocatable tudent Stations 0 ecommended Total tudent Stations 440 Utilization Factor 150% ecommended FTE tudent Membership To Be 0 Housed Recommended School C Capacltv 660 District Comments ON THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY USED BY THE LEARNING CENTER http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Page 107 of 118 PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Date: 30- APR -2007 Sack 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Time: 12:31:54 Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER Address: 5775 OSCEOLA TRAIL, NAPLES http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Protect Protect Costl5tu. Building Desc�IptlonlProject or Work Area Stations Total Sta. Item (Sq. Ft) Added /Reduced Project ($INSF) ($INS) (Sta.) (+ or •) Cost ($) Sta. Existina Facility Suffix. F ANCILLARY FACILITY ecommended Capital Outlay ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE 12-COUNTY Recommended Fish Use Code ADMINISTRATION Recommended Low Grade - CA CA Hi h Grade Recommended Site 0 Expansion Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site 0 Im rovement xisting Permanent Student 0 Stations xisting Relocatable Student 0 tations x1stino Student Stations xisting School Capacity 0 otal Cost Recommended Permanent - 0 Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 tudent Stations ecommended Total Student dons tilixation Factor 1000/1 ecommended FTE Student embershla To Be Housed ecommended School 0 Ca ac istrict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis/!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: NEW FACILITY ANA (ANCILLARY) Address: Collier County Page 108 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description /Project or Work APProx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project Cost/Stu. Buildin Item Area AddedlReduced Project CostINS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) ( +or -) Cost ($) ($INSF) ($ /Stu. Sta. =xIstina Facilltv Suffix F ANCILLARY FACILITY ecommended Capital Outlay ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED lassiflcation FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Code 13-WAREHOUSE Recommended Low Grade - HI h Grade DS DS ecommended Site z ansion 0 Recommended Site Development 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student aUons xisting Relocatable, Student Stations 0 istin Student Stations 0 isHn School Capacity EW WAREHOUSE 52,800 0 8,396,811 150 0 otal Cost 8,396 811 ecommended Permanent tudent Stations 0 Recommended Relocatable Student Stations 0 ecommended Total Student Stations 0 tilization Factor 1000/1 Recommended FTE Student embershl To Be Housed 0 Recommended School a aGt istdct Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back ?`Area 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: IMMOKALEE TRANSPORTATION Address: 9950 STOCKADE ROAD, IMMOKALEE Page 109 of 118 Date: 30 -APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl .us:7778 /efis/!PSP R.PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 ?`Area Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Area Stations Total ost/NS Sta. Item (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project $1NSF) ($/NSF) ($/Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. ExIstina Facility Suffix F ANCILLARY FACILITY ecommended Capital Outlay ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED lassi"Cation FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use 15 - TRANSPORTATION ode ecommended Low Grade - DS DS i h Grade ecommended Site 0 x ension Recommended Site 0 Development Recommended Site 0 m rovemant Existing Permanent Student 0 Stations Existing Relocatable Student Stations Existin Student Stations Exietln School Ca acit RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,746 100,504 3 otal Cost 100,504 Recommended Permanent 0 Student Stations ecommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 11E 0 Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student 0 - Membershi To Be Housed Recommended School Ca acit District Comments http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl .us:7778 /efis/!PSP R.PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006.2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MAINTENANCE 8 TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT Address: 5702 COUGAR LANE, NAPLES Page 110 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SLTRV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 A Student Estimated Project Project CosNStu. uiltling Description/Project or Work Item Area Area tat ns io [A Total CosttNS Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Project ($INSF) ($ /Stu. ( +or -) (+ Cost ($) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix S (ANCILLARY FACILITY WITH STUDENT STATIONS ecommended Capital ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED FOR Dutlay Classification CONTINUED USE secommended Fish e Code 15 - TRANSPORTATION 'commended Low Grade - Hi h Grade DS DS ecommended Site Ex ansion R ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended I te m rovement 0 xisting Permanent tudent Stations 0 Existing Relocataele Student Stations 0 Existing Student Stations 0 Existing School Ca acct 0 NEW MAINTENANCE FACILITY AT RATTLESNAKEHAMMOCK LOCATION 25,00 0 3,975,763 159 RENOVATE 00002 ENTIRE BUILDING 1 5,1211 C 187,429 37 RENOVATE 00004 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,670 0 170 92 37 111 RENOVATE OOOD6 ENTIRE BUILDING 2,125 0 78,51 3 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SLTRV'EY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back Approa. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2008 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MAINTENANCE & TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT Address: 5702 COUGAR LANE, NAPLES Page 111 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approa. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Area Stations Total ostINSF Sta. Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost ($INSF) ($..) I+ or ($) RENOVATE 00001 ENTIRE BUILDING 19,945 0 729,987 37 0 ENOVATE 00003 ENTIRE BUILDING 11,330 0 414,678 3 0 Total Cost 5,557,29 Recommended Permanent 0 Student Stations ommended Relocatable dent Stations ommended Total Student 0 ions zation Factor [Recommended 100 ommended FTE Student mbershi To Be Housed School Capacity 0 rict Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION .PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Bank 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: BETHUNE EDUCATION CENTER Address: 614 S 5TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 112 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us: 7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total osUN3 Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Pro ect Cost / ($ /NSF) ($ISt.. (+ or •) (g) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED )utlaY Classification FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use ode 19 - MULTIPLE USE SUPPORT ecommended Low Grade DS DS HI h Grade ecommended Site anslon 0 ecommended Site evelo ment 0 Recommended Site Im rovement 0 Existing Permanent Student Stations 29 Existing Relocatable Student Stations 5 Existing Student Stations 348 Existing School Capacity 346 REMODEL 00000 Return leased relocatables 1 72 -50 5 000 3 100 EMODEL 00001 Convert 102 10 840 -49 10,000 1 204 REMODEL 00005 to Convert ancilla 3,453 -92 191,748 56 2,084 REMODEL I 00003 Convert to ancillary 2,48 -63 5 000 2 7 http : / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us: 7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION sack Approx. 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Project SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: BETHUNE EDUCATION CENTER Address: 614 S 5TH STREET, IMMOKALEE Page 113 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.R.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project CostiSta. Building Description /Project or Area Stations Total CO Sta. Work Item (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced Project Cost ($ INSF /NSF) ($Isla. (+ or (g) Sta. REMODEL 00004 Convert to ancillary 354 -92 196,746 66 2,139 REMODEL 00002 Convert to ancillary 3 877 0 5,000 1 Total Cost 413,494 Recommended Permanent [Student Stations Recommended Relocatable Student Stations Recommended Total Student 0 Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student p Membershi To Be Housed Recommended School Ca aci 0 Buildings 2, 3 > 50 District Comments years s old d http: / /appprod0l. doe. state.R.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Bask 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PRODUCTION/WAREHOUSE Address: 2149 ANDREW DRIVE, NAPLES Page 114 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.R.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SLIRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Description/Project or Work Approx. Student Stations Estimated Total Project Project CostiStu. Building Item 9 Ft) Added/Reduced Project (+ or -) Cost ($) ($/ NSF) ($IStu. Ste .xisting Facility Suffix F ANCILLARY FACILITY - Recommended Capital Outlay ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED lassificatfon FOR CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 19 - MULTIPLE USE SUPPORT ecommended Low Grade - DS DS HI h Grade ecommended Site x anslon 0 ecommended Site evelo ment 0 ecommended Site Correct site drainage 50,000 m rovement Existing Permanent Student Stations 0 Existing Relocalable Student tations 0 Existing Student Stations 0 Existing School Capacity RENOVATE 00009 ENTIRE BUILDING 4,340 156 240 36 otal Cost J 206,240 Recommended Permanent Student Stations 0 Recommended Reiocatable Student Stations 0 Recommended Total Student Stations Utilization Factor 100% Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed 0 Recommended School Capacity 0 District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.R.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_P,PT_SLIRVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER Address: 615 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, NAPLES Page 115 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Project Project Cost/Stu. Building DescriptionlProJectorWOrk Area Stations Total Sta. Item (Sq.Ft.) AddedlReduced Project ($ /NS) ($INSF) (Ste.) (+ or Cost ($) Sta. Ezistin Fadl Suffix F ANCILLARY FACILITY Recommended Capital Outlay ANCILLARY RECOMMENDED Classification FOR CONTINUED USE ecommended Fish Use Cod 19 - MULTIPLE USE SUPPORT DS DS Recommended Low Grade - HI h Grade Recommended Site 0 Ex anion ecommended Site 0 Develo ment Recommended Site 0 Im rovement Existing Permanent Student 0 Stations xlating Relocatable Student 0 tationa xiatin Student Stations 0 satI n School Capacity 0 otal Cost 0 ecommended Permanent 0 tudent Stations Recommended Relocatable p Student Station ecommended Total Student 0 tations Utilization Factor 100% commended FTE Student p mbershi To Be Housed Recommended School 0 Ce acil District Comments http: / /appprod0l.doe.state.fl.us :7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu Estimated SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: JAMES L WALKER VOCATIONAL- TECHNICAL CENTER Address: 3702 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES Page 116 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Approx. Student Estimated Protect Project Cost /Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Area Stations Total Cost/NSF Sta. (Sq. Ft.) Added/Reduced, Project ($/NSF) ($ /Stu. (+ or •) Cost I$) Sta. Existing Facility Suffix A STANDARD SCHOOL Recommended Capital SCHOOL RECOMMENDED FOR Dutle Classification CONTINUED USE Recommended Fish Use Code 20 - VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL Recommended Low VE VE rade - HI h Grade commended Site Ex ansion acommended Site Devalo ment 0 ecommended Site m rovement 0 xisting Permanent - Student Stations 77 xisting Relocatable tudent Stations 175 Mating Student tations 951 Existing School a sell 1 141 EW 2 Industrial Education Small Education 12,850 10C 4,144,809 323 41,448 Labs & 2 Medium REMODEL 00001 First floor for use as administration, 15,938 -42 1,809,650 114 43,087 media, dinin . & cus t Odle receivin EMODEL I 00000 Return leased relooatables 6,048 -175 7,0001 1 4 Second floor for use as 2. classrooms, 2 REMODEL 00001 VPI labs, & 2 small technology education 15,614 28 1,772,862 114 63,317 . labs http: / /appprod0l. doe. state. fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION PRINT FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Back] YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: JAMES L WALKER VOCATIONAL - TECHNICAL CENTER Address: 3702 ESTEY AVENUE, NAPLES Page 117 of 118 Date: 30- APR -2007 Time: 12:31:54 r wrvull vGr-/1R 11111CIY 1 Vr rL Ii I IUIV Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MARCO ISLAND CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_PPT SURVEY RECO Uare: JU- AF'K -ZUU7 Time: 12:31:54 4/30/2007 Building Dascriptfon /Project or Work Item Approx. Area Student Stations Estimated Total Project Pro /ect Cost(Stu. (Sq. Ft.) Added /Reduced Project ostlN3 ($ /NSF) Sta. ($/Stu. (+ or Cost ($) Sta. For use as 2 Medium Industrial Education REMODEL 00002 Labs, 1 Small Industrial Education Lab, 1 16,689 Classroom, 1 Business Education Lab, -4 1,894,921 114 473 73 student & staff toilets and teacher tannin For use as 4 Family &Consumer Practicel REMODEL 00004 Experience Labs, 2 Classrooms, 3 Business Education Practical Experience Labs, student 18,159 148 1,834,743 114 12,397 & staff toilets, & teacher planning REMODEL 00005 For use as 1 Health Occupations Small 3,346 5 Education Lab 379,915 114 75,983 For use as 3 Family & Consumer Practical REMODEL 00006 Experience Labs, 2 Health Occupations Small Education Labs, student & staff toilets 16,623 -43 1,887,427 114 43,894 and teacher tannin For use as 2 Health Occupations Small REMODEL 00007 Education Labs, 2 Resource Rooms, 1 Skills g 242 Lab, student & staff toilets, & teacher 19 1,049,366 114 55,230 annin CONVERT BUILDING AND 1 ACRE OF REMODEL 00009 LAND TO ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL USE 10,639 -162 634,133 60 3,914 PHOENIX PROGRAM For use as 2 Small Technology Educetion EMODEL 00003 Labs, 1 Skills Lab, 1 Medium Technology Education Lab, student & staff toilets, and 11 430 100 1,297,798 114 12,97 teacher DIanning otal Cost 16,712,624 ecommended ermanentStudent 92 tations ecommended elocatable Student 0 Cations ecommended Total tudent Stations 925 t111zation Factor 120°/ ecommended FTE Student Membership C o Be Housed ecommended SchoolCapacity 1,110 istrict Comments r wrvull vGr-/1R 11111CIY 1 Vr rL Ii I IUIV Back 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Menu SURVEY YEAR 2006 -2011 SURVEY 3 VERSION 1 STATUS Active Approved District Name: COLLIER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Facility Name: MARCO ISLAND CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL http: / /appprod0l. doe .state.fl.us:7778 /efis /!PSP_PPT SURVEY RECO Uare: JU- AF'K -ZUU7 Time: 12:31:54 4/30/2007 5 YEAR SURVEY RECOMMENDATION Address: 1401 TRINADAD AVENUE, MARCO ISLAND Page 118 of 118 PRINT Back http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efts /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 Student Estimated Project Approx. Stations Total Project Cost/Stu. Building Description /Project or Work Item Added /Reduced Project ostIN F Sta. S Ft. (q. F) (+ or Cost ($) ) ($ /Stu. Ste. C (DISTRICT OWNED Existing Facility Suffix CONVERSION CHARTER SCHOOL Recommended Capital LEASED TO ANOTHER ENTITY Outlay Classification Recommended Fish Use 23 - LEASED TO ANOTHER Code ENTITY Recommended Low Grade - LS LS High Grade Recommended Site p Expansion Recommended Site 0 Development - Recommended Site 0 Improvement Existing Permanent Student 541 Stations Existing Relocatable Student Stations xistina Student Stations 541 xisting School Capacity 541 EMODEL 00002 Lease to Charter School 26.234 -168 0 0. 0 EMODEL 00001 Lease to Charter School 40 653 -373 0 0 0 otal Cost - 0 Recommended Permanent Student Stations Recommended Relocatable 0 - Student Stations Recommended Total Student Stations Utilization Factor 100 Recommended FTE Student Membership To Be Housed Recommended School capacity Operated by a Charter School - District Comments COFTE accrue to Charter School PRINT Back http: / /appprod0l. doe. state .fl.us:7778 /efts /!PSP_RPT_SURVEY_RECO 4/30/2007 v r N ia' District Collfer County Total Stations 909 Gross Sq Ft: 125,693 1 050 P-8 May-09 Costperstusta $19,091 Total Cost $17,353,719 Level: Elementary PK -5 kin Student Capacity 909 Utilization: 100% ff 11 Acres Recommended(Afln.) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL 812 I No. Fta6 150 150 - CAPACITY STATIONS Subtotal spn9a>•. cgpg QFsSlrIjIPTION UNIT TOTA! „PER�U,NIT. UTILIZED SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 2 GRAND TOTALS PK -3 93,369 882 909 2 808 STANDARD CLASSROOMS too 200 2 614 32 OO1 PK -3 Primary Classroom 882 28,224 18 576 Subtotal l 32 808 Storage, Material 100 3,200 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 811 Storage, Outside 50 200 315 1 014 32 814 Toilet, Student 40 1,280 Subtotal 3,587 . 3,587 Subtotal 1,112 33,084 RESOURCE- REGULAR 14 002 4 -8 Inteimediata /Middle Clas 858 12,012 22 308 808 14 808 Storage, Material 100 1,400 Subtotal 7 815/816 Toilet; Student -Male 40 280 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION j 1 7 816 Toilet, Student- Female 40 280 975 15 15 1 808 II I Storage, Material Subtotal 1,038 13,972 815/816 Toilet, Student- Male/Far 40 40 MUSIC Subtotal 1,t 15 1,115 1 055 P -6 Elementary Music 1,000 1,000 22 Il 1 806 Reference 100 100 1 810 Storage, Material 100 100 1 831 Practice; Music 70 70 Subtotal 1,270 1,270 Page 1 909 Elementary Facility Ust ART 1 050 P-8 Elemeritary Art 1,036 1,056 28 1 805 kin 60 60 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 812 Storage, Project 150 150 Subtotal 1,346 1,346 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 2 010 PK -3 Priinary- Skills Labs 882 1,764 18 2 808 Storage, Material too 200 2 614 Toilet Student 40 Subtotal 1,022 .80 2,044 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 013 PKS P. E. Storage 315 315 1 014 PK -5 Covered Play Area 3,272 ,3,272 Subtotal 3,587 . 3,587 RESOURCE- REGULAR — 6 040 PK -12 Resource Room 290 1,740 10 6 808 Storage, Maternal 100 600 Subtotal 390 2,340 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION 1 061 PK -12 ESE Part-time 975 975 15 15 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 815/816 Toilet, Student- Male/Far 40 40 Subtotal 1,t 15 1,115 1 062 PK -12 ESE Full -time 950 950 10 10 Page 1 909 Elementary Facility Ust it II II II �l II District: Collier County Level: Elementary PK -5 11 Acres Recommended (Min.) W. RSn 1 064 N -PK 1 808 1 813 1 817 1 2 065 PK -12 2 808 2 813 380 P -PS 381 P -PS 382 P -PS 3B3 P -PS 384 P -PS 385 P -PS 386 P -PS 387 P -PS 388 P -PS 389 P -PS 390 P -PS 391 P -PS 300 N -PS 301 N -PS 302 I4 -PS 303 N -PS 384 N -PS 305 N -PS 306 N -PS 307 N -PS 308 N -PS 309 N -PS 310 N -PS 311 N -PS 312 N -PS 313 N -PS 314 N -PS 315 N -PS 316 N -PS 819- 821'P -PS 1 340 N -PS 1 341 N -PS Page 2 Total Stations . 909 Gross Sq Ft: May -09 Cost per stu sta $19,091 Total Cost Student Capacity 909 Utilization: NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL - -- - -• CAPACITY STATIONS Subtotal 1,130 1,130 ESE PT /OT 475 475 Storage, Material 100 100 Storage, Student 40 40 RR and Bath, Student 110 110 Subtotal 725 725 ESE Resource Room 380 760 Storage, Material 100 200 Storage, Student 40 80 Subtotal 520 1,040 MEDIA CENTER Reading Room /Stacks 3,363 3,383 Technical Processing 364 364 Prod.Professional Lib. 364 364 A -V Storagge 545 545 Periodical Storage 182 182 C.C.Television 636 636 C.C.T.V.Stbrage 455 455 Media Production Lab 455 455 Copying Room 182 182 Small Group Listening 91 91 Group Projects 455 455 Maintenance Repair 91 91 Subtotal 7,183 7,183 ADMINISTRATION Principal's/Dir Office 250 250 Asst Prin/Other Office 175 875 Bookkeeping Office 125 125 Secretarial Space 158 316 Admin. Reception 773 773 Pr6du&flonNV6rkroom 364 364 Conference Rooms 636 636 Clinic 273 273 Admin. Storage 455 455 RecordsNauft 273 273 School Store 91 91 Student Activities Area 455 455 Computer Area 136 136 Careers Room 273 273 Itinerant Office 125 375 Teacher Planning Area 1,818 1,818 Teacher Lounge/Dining 364 364 Toilets, Staff (M & F) 364 364 Subtotal 7,108 8,216 FOOD SERVICE Dining 3,636 3,636 Kitchen 4,000 4,000 0 0 4 0 125,693 $17,353,719 10D% 909 Elementary Facility List 1 District: Collier County Total Stations 909 Gross Sq Ft: 7,818 May -09 Cost per stu sta $19,091 Total Cost Level: Elementary PK-5 Student Capacity 909 Utilization: 11 Acres Recommended (Min.) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL No. Flsa - -•- - -- CAPACITY STATIONS SPACES WDE DESCRIPTION UNIT ,. TOTAL, _ PER UNIT, UTILIZED. Page 3 125,693 $17,353,719 100 909 Elementary Faculty List Subtotal 7,818 7,818 STAGE 1 363 N -PS Stage 990 990 1 364 N -PS Storage 455 455 1 3651366 N -PS Dressing (M & 455 455 1 367 N -PS Control Booth 100 100 1 Subtotal 2,000 2,000 1 1 MULTIPURPOSE , 1 361 N -PS Multipurpose Room 2,818 2,818 1 362 N -PS Chair Storage 182 182 Subtotal 3,000 3,000 OTHER SPACES 1 368 N -PS Textbook Storage 318 318 2 815/816 Student Toilets 682 1,364 2 8221823 Public Toilets 91 182 Subtotal 1,091 1,864 CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Receiving 1,000 1,000 1 333 N -PS Flammable Storage 155 155 1 334 N-PS Equipment Storage 500 500 Subtotal 1,655 1,655 Page 3 125,693 $17,353,719 100 909 Elementary Faculty List 1.. 7 I District: Collier- Immokales K Total Stations 792 Gross Sq Ft: 104,566 Elemeritary G May -D9 $19,091 Cost per Stu Sta $15,120,072 Level: Eferhanfary K-6, K-5 Student Capacity 792 Utilization: ton. 9 Acres Required NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. Fish - -- • —•• CAPACITY STATIONS ;enCEs,. CODE _. DE,S¢RIP.,TION. UNIT TOTAL PER UNIT UTILIZED,. GRAND TOTALS 77,674 792 . STANDARD CLASSROOMS 24 001 PK-3 Primary Classroom 802 19,248 18 432 24 808 Storage, Material 100 2,400 9 811 Storage, Outside 50 450 24 814 Toilet, Student 40 960 Subtotal ---'W —= 15 002 4 -6 Intermediate /Middle Claw 842 12,630 22 330 15 8D8 Storage, Material 100 1,500 7 815 Toilet, Student -Male 40 280 7 816 Toilet, Student - Female 40 280 Subtotal 1,022 14,690 MUSIC 1 055 P-6 Elementary Music 1,000 1,000 22 1 806 Reference 100 100 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 am Practice, Music 70 70 Subtotal 1,270 1,270 ART 1 050 P -6 Elementary Art 1,036 1,036 28 1 805 KIM 60 60 1 868 Storage, Matedal 100 100 1 812 Storage, Project 150 150 Subtotal 1,346 1,346 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 2 010 PK -3 Primary - Skills Labs 882 1,764 18 2 808 Slbfage, Meterisi 100 200 2 814 Toilet, Student 44 86 Subtotal 1,026 2,052 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 013 Pk-5 P. E. Storage 315 315 1 014 PK -5 Covered Play Area 2,851 2,851 Subtotal 3,160 3,166 RESOURCE- REGULAR - - 3 040 PK -12 Resource Room 290 870 10 3 BOB Storage, Material 100 300 Subtotal 380 1,170 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION 1 061 PKA2 ESE Part-time 850 850 15 15 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 815 Toilet, Student -Male 40 40 1 816 Toilet, Student - Female 40 40 Subtotal 1,030 1,030 . Page 1 792 Elementary Facility List f" District: Coilier4mmokales K Total Stations 792 Gross Sq Ft: 104,565 Elementary G May -09 $19,091 Costperstusta $15,120,072 Level: Elementary K -6, K -5 Student Capacity 792 Utilization: 100% 9 Acres Reciii"d NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL No. Flsli - -• - -• - - -••• CAPACITY STATIONS SFAms CODE DESCRIPTION UNIT. TOTAL. PER UNIT UTILIZED 1 062 PK -12 ESE Full -time 850 850 10 10 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 817 RR and Bath. Student 110 110 1 Subtotal 950 950 1 064 N -PK ESE PT /OT 475 .475 5 5 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 813 Storage, Student 40 40 1 817 RR and Bath, Student 110 110 C.C.Televisfon Subtotal 725 725 1 065 PK -12 ESE Resource Room 1 868 1 Storage, Material 1 813 Principal's/Dir Office Storage, Student 301 N -PS Subtotal 1 302 MEDIA CENTER 1 380 P -PS Reading Room/Stacks 1 381 P -PS Technical Processing 1 382 P -PS Prod.Professional Lib. 1 383 P -PS A -V Storage 1 384 P -PS Periodical Storage 1 385 P -PS C.C.Televisfon 1 388 P -PS C.C.T.V.Siorage 1 387 P-PS Media Production Lab 1 388 P -PS Cbpying Room 1 389 P -PS Shall Group Listening 1 390 P -PS Group Projects 1 391 P -PS Maintenance Repair Student Activities Area 1 Subtotal 380 380 100 ADMINISTRATION 1 300 N -PS Principal's/Dir Office 3 301 N -PS Asst Prin /Other Office 1 302 N -PS Bookkeeping Office 2 303 N -PS Secrefariel Space 1 304 N-PS Admin. Reception 1 305 N-PS Production/Workroom 1 306 N -PS Conference Rooms 1 307 N -PS Clinic 1 -308 N -PS Admin. Storage 1 309 - N -PS Records/Vault 1 310 N -PS School Stare 1 311 N-PS Student Activities Area 1 312 N -PS CofnputerArea 1 313 N -PS Careers Room 2 314 N -PS Itinerant Office 1 315 N -PS Teacher Planning Area 1 316 N -PS Teacher Lounge/Dining 1 819 -821' P -PS Toilets, Staff (M & F) Subtotal 380 380 100 100 40 40 520 520 2,930 2,930 317 317 317 317 475 475 16B 158 554 554 396 396 396 396 158 158 79 79 3g6 396 79 79 6,255 6,255 250 250 175 525 125 125 15B 316 673 673 317 317 554 554 238 238 396 396 238 238 79 79 396 396 119 119 238 238 125 250 1,584 1,584 317 317 317 317 6,299 6,932 4 0 Page 2 792 Elementary Facility List r District: Collier- Immokales K Total Stations 792 Gross Sq Ff: 104,585 Elementary G May-09 $19,091 Cost per stu sta $15,120,672 Level: Elementary K-6, K-5 Student Capacity 792 Utilization: 100% ( l 9 Acres Required NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. PER -- -- - --- CAPACITY STATIONS SPACES CODE DESCRIPTION UNIT. TOTAL PERUNIT UHL&ED (� FOOD SERVICE 1 340 N -PS Dining 3,168 3,168 1 341 N -PS IOtchen 3,485 3,485 1 349 N -PS Chair Storage 158 158 - Subtotal 6,811 6,811 STAGE 1 363 N-PS Stage 990 990 1 364 N-PS Storage 396 396 1 l 1 365/368 N -PS Dressing (M & F) • 396 396 1 381 N -PS Control Booth 100 100 Subtotal 1,882 1,882 l MULTIPURPOSE 1 361 N -PS Multipurpose Room 2,455 2,455 1 352 N -PS Chair Storage 158 158 Subtotal 2,613 2,613 II OTHER SPACES 1 368 N-PS Textbook Storage 277 277 2 015/816 Student Toilets 594 1,1138 2 8221823 Public Toilets 79 158 Subtotal 950 1,623 CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Receiving 871 871 l l 333 N -PS Flammable Storage 155 155 334 N -PS Equipment Storage 500 500 I_ Subtotal 1,526 1,526 i Page 3 792 Elementary Facility List �I District: Collier Total Stations 1,196 Gross Sq Ft: 153,003 May -09 $20,616 Costperstu sta $24,656,736 Level: Middle 6 -8 Student Capacity 1,076 Utilization: 90% 13 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. FISH -• —• - - -•• CAPACITY STATIONS SPACE9CODE, DESCRIPTION UNIT TOTAL PER UNIT UTILIZED GRAND TOTALS 109,350 1,196 STANDARD CLASSROOMS - 27 002 4 -8 Intermediate/Middle Clas 858 23,166 22 594 Subtotal — 958- ___2Tif SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 3 011 4 -8 IntermedlMidSkllls Labs 858 2,574 22 66 3 808 Storage, Student 100 300 Subtotal 958 2,674 SCIENCE 9 021 4.8 Intetmed/Mid Sci Lab 1,122 10,098 22 198 9 808 Storage, Material 100 900 9 812 Storage, Project 150 1,350 Subtotal 1,372 12,348 RESOURCE - REGULAR 5 040 PK -12 Resource Room 390 1,950 10 Subtotal 390 1,950 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION 2 061 PK -12 ESE Part-time 858 1,716 15 30 Subtotal 858 1,716 2 052 PK -12 ESE Full -time 858 1,716 10 20 1 817 RR and Bath, Student 110 110 Subtotal 968 1,826 1 064 N -PK ESE PT /OT 475 475 5 0 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 813 Storage; Student 40 40 1 817 RR and Bath. Student 110, 110 1 Subtotal 725 725 ART 1 051 4-8 IntennediatelNliddle 1,260 1,260 30 30 1 805 Kiln 60 80 1 BOB Storage, Material 100 100 1 812 Storage, Project 150 150 Subtotal 1,570 1,570 1 1 MUSIC 1 076 6 -12 Band Classroom 2,000 2,000 40 40 1 830 Ensemble 300 300 2 831 Practice Room(s) 70 140 1 832 Storage, Instrument 600 600 1 836 Storage, Sheet Music 150 150 Subtotal 3,120 3,190 Page 1 Middle School Facility List I H District: Collier Total Stations 1,196 Gross Sq Ft: 153,003 May -09 $20,616 Cost per stu sta $24,656,736 Level: Middle 6 -8 Student Capacity 1,076 Utilization: 90% 13 Aorea Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. FISH - - - -- -• -- CAPACITY STATIONS SPACE:CODE - DESCRIPTION- __ UNIT . TOTAL., .. PERUNIT.... UTILIZED. _._ ... .. .. ... 1 075 6 -12 Vocal Classroom 1,425 1,425 25 25 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 830 Ensemble 300 300 2 831 Practice Rbom(s) 70 140 Subtotal 1,895 1,965 1 077 6 -12 Orchestra Classroom 1,425 1,425 25 25 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 2 831 Practice Room(s) 70 140 1 B32 Storage,lnstrument 600 600 Subtotal 2,195 2,265 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 111 6-9 Gymnasium Floor 5,800 5,800 80 80 2 0901091 6 -12 Dressing Room 646 1,292 2 0921093 Lockers 108 215 2 094%095 Showers 108 215 2 815/816 Restroom 108 215 2 0981897 Drying Area 108 215 2 0991100 Teacher ToilettShower 66 132 1 098 PE Storage 484 484 1 110 Multipurpose 1,050 1,050 1 114 Laundry/towel 108 108 1 115 Fast Aid 108 108 1 119 Gymnastics B Dance 1,050 1,050 1 120 Gym. Storage 360 300 2 822!823 Public Toilets 108 216 Subtotal 10,150 11,400 1 1 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 1 1 BUSINESS EDUCATION 1 210 6 -9 Orientation/Exploration Le 1,210 1,210 22 22 1 808 Storage, Material 100. too Subtotal 1,310 1,310 1 1 FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 1 no 6 -9 Orientation/EZploration Le 1,540 1,540 22 22 1 808 Storage, Material 250 250 1 812 Storage, Project 150 150 1 852 Technology Resource Boo 800 Subtotal 1 2,740 2,740 1 1 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION - 1 240 6 -9 Ortentation/Explomtion Le 2,090 2,090 22 22 1 806 Storage, Material 100 100 1 649 Storage, Project 310 310 1 851 Storage, Tool 310 310 1 852 Technology Resource 800 800 Subtotal 3,610 3,610 1 1 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS EDUCATION 1 250 6 -9 Orientation /Exploration Le 1,012 1,012 22 22 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 Subtotal 1,112 1,112 Page 2 Middle School Facility Ust (_l !I l fl District: Collier Total Stations 1,196 Gross Sq Ft: 153,003 May -09 $20,616 Costperstusta $24,656,736 Level: Middle 6 -8 Student Capacity 1,076 Utilitatlon: 90% 13 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. FISH -• -- • - - -- CAPACITY STATIONS SPACE9CODE. DESCRIPTION UNIT TOTAL PER UNIT UTILIZED MEDIA CENTER 1 380 P -PS Reading Room /Stacks 3,981 3981 1 381 P -PS Technical Processing 430 430 1 382 P -PS Prod.Professidnal Lib. 430 430 1 383 P-PS A -V Storage/Repair 648 646 1 384 P -PS Periodical Storage 215 215 1 385 P -PS C.C.Televislon/Stor 753 753 1 386 P -PS C.C.T.V.Stcrage 538 538 1 387 P -PS Media Production Lab 538 538 1 391 P -PS Maintenance Repair _ ,108 108 Clinic 323 Subtotal 7,639 7639 ADMINISTRATION 1 300 N -PS PdncipalW' Dir Office 250 250 6 301 N -PS Asst Pdn/Other Office 175 1050 1 302 N -PS Bobkkeeping Office 125 125 1 303 N -PS Secretarial Space 158 158 1 304 N-PS Admin. Reception 915 915 1 305 N -PS ProductlonfWorkroom 430 430 1 305 N -PS Conference Rooms 753 753 1 307 N -PS Clinic 323 323 1 308 N -PS Admin. Storage 538 538 1 309 N -PS Recbrda(Vault 323 323 1 310 N -PS School Store 108 108 1 311 N -PS Student Activities Ared 538 538 1 312 N -PS CompuierAre'a 161 161 1 313 N -PS Careers Room 323 323 5 314 N -PS Itinerant OMce 125 625 1 315 N -PS Teacher Planning Area 2,152 2152 1 316 N -PS Teacher Lounge/Dlhing 430 430 1 819 -821' P -PS Toilets, Staff (M & F) 430 430 Subtotal 8,257 9632 FOOD SERVICE 1 340 N -PS Dining 4,304 4304 1 341 N -PS Kitchen 3,000 3000 1 349 N-PS Chair Storage 215 215 1 351 Covered Dining 1,200 600 Subtotal 8,719 8119 1 363 N -PS 1 364 N -PS 1 365/366 N -PS 1 367 N -PS 1 1 1 361 N -PS 1 362 N -PS Page 3 STAGE Stage Storage Dressing (M & F) Control Booth Subtotal MULTIPURPOSE Multipurpose Room Chair Storage Subtotal 990 990 538 538 538 538 100 100 2,166 2166 3,336 3336 215 215 3,551 3551 Middle School Facility List District: Collier Total Stations 1,196 Gross Sq Ft: 153,003 i May -09 $20,616 Cost per stu sta $24,656,736 Level: Middle 6-8 Student Capacity 1,076 Utilization: 90% (� 13 Acres lZecommended(Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL Il NO. FISH CAPACITY STATIONS SPACE: CODE DESCRIPTION UNIT TOTAL. . PER UNIT. UTILIZED . (� OTHER SPACES 1 368 N -PS Textbook Storage 377 377 2 8151816 Student Toilet 807 1614 2 8221823 Public Toilets 108 216 Subtotal 1,292 2207 _ I) CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Receiving 1,614 1614 1 333 11-PS Flammable Storage 155 155 1 334 N-PS, Equipment Storage 5011 500 Subtotal 2,269 2269 li LI (I i Page 4 Middle School Facility List PI District: Collier Total Stations 1,957 Gross Sq Ft: 290,148 May -09 $26,779 Cost per stu sta $52,406,503 Level: High 9-12 Student Capacity 1,859 Utilization: 90% 29 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL MG. FISH -_ -- -..__ CAPACITY STATIONS sencas CODE . DESORIRTIO,N .. UNIT TOTAL PER UNIT, UTILIZED, GRAND TOTALS 204,272 1,957 STANDARD CLASSROOMS 28 003 9 -12 Senior High Classroom 800 22,400 25 700 30 808 Storage, Material 100 3,000 Subtotal —gip 25,400 1 704 K -12 Detention Classroom 600 600 20 20 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 815 Toilet, Student -Male 45 45 1 816 Toilet, Sfudent- Female 45 45 Subtotal 790 —790 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 10 012 9 -12 Senior High Shills Labs 800 8,000, 25 250 10 808 Storage, Student 100 1,000 Subtotal 900 9,000 SCIENCE 8 023 942 Senior High Sci Lao 1,275 10,200 25 200 8 808 Storage, Material 100 600 6 812 Storage, Project _ 150 1,200 Subtotal 1,525 12,200 R.O.T.C. 1 708 9.12 J.R.O.T.C. Classroom 1,050 1,050 25 25 1 800 Anus Room 15o 150 1 802 Conference 225 225 1 808 Storage, Material 155 155 Subtotal 1,580 1,580 RESOURCE - REGULAR 8 040 PK -12 Resource Room 290 2,320 10 8 808 Storage, Material 100 800 Subtotal 390 3,120 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION 4 061 PK -12 ESE Part-time 975 3,900 15 60 Subtotal 975 3,900 3 062 PK -12 ESE Full -time 950 2,850 10 30 1 BOB Storage, Material 100 100 1 813 Storage, Student 40 40 1 817 RR and Bath, Student 110 110 Subtotal 1,200 3,100 Page 1 High School Facility List I II fI [l I I I� II I I I� U I -1 l I. I l I� District: Collier Total Stations 1,957 Gross Sq Ft: 290,148 May -09 $26,779 Cost per stu sta $52,406,503 Level: High 9.12 Student Capacity 1,859 Utilization: 90% 29 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL FISH - -• -- - - -- CAPACITY STATIONS Na SPACES coos DESCRIPTION . . .. UNIT , TOTAL. PEk UNIT UTILIZED 1 063 N -12 ESE Vocational 1,140 1,140 12 12 1 808 Storage, Student 100 100 1 817 RR and Bath, Student 110 110 1 816 Toilet, Student- Female 60. 60 Subtotal 1,410 1,410 3 065 PKA2 ESE Resource Room 380 1,140 4 0 3 808 Storage, Material 100 300 3 813 Storage, Student 40 120 Subtotal 520 1,560 4 066 PK -12 Supplementary Instruction 100 400 2 0 4 808 Storage, Material 100 400 Subtotal 200 800 ART 3 052 6.8 Senior High 1,484 4,452 28 84 1 803 Darkroom 100 100 1 805 Kiln 60 60 3 808 Storage, Material 100 300 3 812 Storage, Project 160 450 Subtotal 1,894 5,362 MUSIC 1 076 6A2 Band Classroom 2,000 2,000 50 50 1 608 Reference 100 100 1 808 Storage, Material 200 200 1 830 Ensemble 300 300 2 831 Practice Room(s) 70 140 1 832 Storage, instrument 600 600 1 834 Uniform 300 300 1 836 Storage, Sheet Music 150 150 1 837 Storage, Large Equipme 400 400 Subtotal 4,120 4,190 1 077 B-12 Orchestra Classroom 1,596 1,596 28 28 1 806 Reference 100 100 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 830 Ensemble 300 300 1 831 Practice Rooms) 70 70 1 832 Storage,lnstrument 600 600 - Subtotal 2,766 2,766 1 078 6 -12 General Music Classroom 1,036 1,036 28 28 1 BOB Storage, Material 100 100 1 832 Storage, instrument 600 600 Subtotal 1,736 1,736 Page 2 High School Facility List h District: Collier Total Stations 1,957 Gross Sq Ft: 290,148 May -09 $26,779 Costperstusta $52,406,503 Level: High 9.12 Student Capacity 1,859 Utilization: 90% 29 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL . No. FISH - - - -• - - -•• CAPACITY STATIONS srecgq 000E,.,. _ pESCR1P7TON, UNIT _TOTAL _PER UNIT ;UTILIZED PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 112 9 -12 Gymnasium Floor 6,500 6,500 160 160 2 0901091 6 -12 Dressing Room 1,115 2,230 2 0921093 Lockers 186 372 2 094/095 Showers 186 372 2 8151816 Restroom 186 372 2 096!097 Drying Area 186 372 2 0991100 Teacher Toilet/Shower 66 132 1 098 PE Storage 837 837 1 110 MuMpurpose 1,050 1,050 1 113 Gym Seating 5,949 5,949 1 114 Lauhdryltowel 186 186 1 115 First Aid 186 186 1 116 Training Room & whidp 250 250 1 117 Weight Room 1,000 1,000 1 116 Wrestling Room 1,680 1,680 1 119 Gymnastics & Dance 1,050 1,050 1 120 Gym. Storage 300 300 1 370 Lobby 930 930 1 371 Concessions 200 200 1 372 Ticket booth 30 30 2 822/923 Public Toilets _ 186 372 Subtotal 22,259 24,370 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION BUSINESS EDUCATION 2 2112 9 -PS Education Lab 2,190 4,380 30 60 2 808 Storage, Material 100 200 2 812 Storage, Project 159 360 Subtotal 2,440 4,880 0 0 DISTRIBUTIVE AND DIVERSIFIED EDUCATION 2 222 9 -PS Small Education Lab 1,125 2,250 25 50 0 808 Storage, Material 0 0 2 812 Storage, Project 150 300 2 840 Classroom for Related h 850 1,700 Subtotal 2,125 4,250 FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 1 231 9 -12 Practical Ezpedehce Lab 1,920 1,920 30 30 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 842 Kitchen 125 125 1 843 Laundry 50 50 1 852 Technology Resource 800 800" Subtotal 2,995 2,995 1 233 9 -PS Medium Education Lab 2,070 2,070 30 30 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 842 Kitchen 125 125 1 843 Laundry 50 50 1 852 Technology Resource 800 800 Subtotal 3,145 3,145 Page 3 High School Facility List District: Collier Total Stations 1,957 Gross Sq Ft: 290,148 May -09 $26,779 Cost per Stu sta $52,406,503 Level: High 9 -12 Student Capacity 1,859 Utilization: 90% 29 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL No. FISH CAPAC17Y STATIONS spncFs,._ cogr:, „_. _... .. (2E$.C$IPTION .UNIT ... TOTAL.,PER UNIT. UTILIZED .. 1 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 1 241 9 -12 Small Education Lab 1,950 1,950 30 30 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 852 Technology Resource - 800 800 Subtotal 2,850 2,850 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 2 245 9-PS Medium Education Lab 2,700 5,400 30 60 2 808 Storage, Material 100 200 2 810 Storage, Material 395 790 2 840 Classroom, Related 1,020 2,040 2 849 Storage, Project 310 620 2 650 Storage, Tool 195 390 -I Subtotal 4,720 9,440 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS EDUCATION _ 1 252 9 -PS Small Education Lab 1,600 1,800 30 30 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 812 Storage, Project 150 150 1 840 Classroom Related 1.1,020 1,020 �-j Subtotal 3,070 3,070 , II 0 g PUBLIC SERVICE EDUCATION 1 283 9 -PS Medium Education Lab 1,300 1,300 20 20 1 810 Storage, Material 395 395 Il 1 846 Classroom for Related h 680 680 Subtotal 2,375 2,375 I MEDIA CENTER 1 360 P -PS Reading RooiNStacks 6,878 6,878 1 1 381 P -PS Technical Processing 744 744 1 392 P -PS Prod.Professidnai Hit. 744 744 1 383 F,-P15, A -V s1drage 1,115 1,115 1 38$ 15 -08 Periodical Storage 372 372 1 385 P-PS O.C.Tejevistan 1,301 1,301 1 388 P -PS C.C.T.V.Sforage 930 930 1 387 P -PS Media Production Lab 930 930 1 388 P -PS Copying Room 372 372 1 369 P -PS Small Group Listening 186 186 1 390 P -PS Group Projects 930 930 1 391 P -PS Maintenance Repair 186 186 11 Subtotal 14,688 14,688 ADMINISTRATION 1 300 N -PS Principai'slDir Office 250 250 I_ 17 301 N -PS Asst PflNOther Office 175 2,975 1111 1 302 N -PS bookkeeping Office, 125 125 6 303 N -PS Secretarial Space 158 948 1 304 N -PS Admin. Reception 1.580 1,580 1 305 N -Ps Production/Workroom 744 744 1 306 N -PS Conference Rooms 1,301 1,301 1 307 N -PS Clinic 558 558 1 308 N -Ps Admin. Storage 930 930 High School Facility List Page 4 III District: Collier Total Stations 1,957 Gross Sq Ft: 290,148 May -09 $26,779 Cost per stu sta $52,406,503 Level: High 9.12 Student Capacity 1,859 Utilization: 90/ fff I 29 Acres Recommended (Min) NETSQUAREFEET DESIGN TOTAL No. FISH CAPACITY STATIONS SPAQES. , CODE. DESCRIPTION ,TOTAL „PER UN...IT. UTILIZED r I 1 1 309 N -PS RecordslVault 558 558 1 310 N-PS School Store 186 186 1 311 N -PS Student Activities Area 930 930 1 312 I4416 Compular Area 279 279 1 l 313 N -PS Caieers Room 558 558 5 314 N -PS Itinerant Office 125 625 1 315 N -PS Teacher Planning Area 3,716 3,718 1 316 N -PS Teacher Lounge/Dining 744 744 (� 2 819-821'P-PS Toflets, Staff (M & F) 372 744 Subtotal 13,291 17,753 FOOD SERVICE 1 340 N -PS Dining 7,436 7,436 1 341 N -PS Kitchen 6,100 6,100 1 349 N -PS Chair Storage 372 372 1 351 N -PS Covered Patio 6,692 6,642 Subtotal 20,600 20,600 AUDITORIUM 1 360 641S Auditorium Seating 5,577 5,577 .' 1 370 6 -PS Lobby 930 930 1 371 6 -PS Concessions 200 200 1 372 6 -PS Ticket Booth 30 30 Subtotal 6,737 6,737 STAGE 1 363 N -PS Stage 990 990 1 364 N -PS Storage 930 930 I 1 36$!366 N -PS Dressing (M & F) 930 930 l 1 367 N -PS Control Booth 100 100 1 Subtotal 2,950 2,950 1 • OTHER SPACES 1 368 N45S Textbook Storage 651 651 111 2 8151810 Student Toilet 1,394 2,788 2 8221823 Public Tollets 186 372 Subtotal 2,231 3,811 CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Recelving 2,789 2,789 1 333 N-PS Flammable Storage 155 155 —J 1 334 N -PS Equipment Storage _ 500 500 111 Subtotal 3,444 3,444 Page 5 High School Facility List District: CollierJL Walker Total Stations 600 Gross Sq Ft: 72,024 Level: High 9.12 Student Capacity 450 utilization: 75% 9 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. FISH - -- -- -- CAPACITY STATIONS SPACES GoaE DESCRIPTION _.,,. ,UNIT _ „TOTAL PE.RUNIT. UTILIZED GRAND TOTALS 50,707 600 STANDARD CUISSROOMS 16 003 9 -12 Senior High Classroom 800 14,400 25 450 18 608 Storage, Material 100 1,800 Subtotal 900 16,200 SCIENCE 4 023 9 -12 Senior High Sci Lab 1,275 5,100 25 100 4 808 Storage, Material 100 400 4 812 Storage, Project 150 600 Subtotal 1,525 6,100 RE90URCE- REGULAR 2 040 PK -12 Resource Room 290 580 10 2 808 Storage, Material 100 200 Subtotal 390 780 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 0901091 6.12 Dressing Room 500 1,000 2 0921093 Lockers 45 90 2 0941095 Showers 45 90 2 8151816 Restroom 45 90 2 0961697 Drying Area 45 90 2 o99H0o Teacher Toilet/Showet 66 132 1 093 PE Storage 203 203 1 110 Multipurpose 1,050 1,050 1 117 Weight Room 1,000 1,000 Subtotal 2,999 3,745 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 2. 243 9 -12 Large Education Lab 3,375 6,750 25 50 2 808 Storage, Material 100 200 2 810 Storage, Material 395 790 2 849 Storage, Project 310 620 2 851 Storage, Tool 310 620 2 852 Technology Resource 800 1,600 Subtotal 5,290 10,580 MEDIA CENTER 1 380 P -PS Reading RoonJStacks 1,665 1,665 1 381 P-PS Technical Processing 180 180 District: CollierJL Welker Total Stations 600 Gross Sq Ft: 7AO24 Level: Nigh 9 -12 - Student Capacity 450 Utilization: 75% 9 Acres Recommended (Min) NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO. FISH —••— - -- CAPACITY STATIONS r -1 I SPACES, coOg,. _. _DESCRIPTION UNIT ,TOTAL pigg UNtT UTILRED„ _. Ill 1 383 P -PS A -V Storage 270 270 f 1 390 P -PS Group Projects 225 225 Subtotal 2,340 2,340 ADMINISTRATION f 1 300 N-PS Principal's/Dir Office 250 250 l 4 301 N-PS Asst PrlNOther Office 175 700 1 302 N -PS Bookkeeping Office 125 125 1 303 N -PS Secretarial Space 158 158 nnn I 1 364 N -PS Admin. Reception 383 383 ' I 1 305 N -PS PioductlonM/orkroom 180 180 1 306 N -PS Conference Rooms 315 315 j 1 367 N -PS Clinic 135 135 1 308 N -PS Admin. Storage 225 225 1 309 N -PS RecordslVault 135 135 1 313 N -PS Careers Room 135 135 _ 1 315 N -PS Teacher Planning Area 125 125 1 819-821'1`4P9 Toilets, Staff (M & F) 180 180 Subtotal 2,521 3,046 � FOOD SERVICE 1 340 N -PS Dining 1,800 1,800 1 341 N -PS I(Itchen 1,980 1,980 - �_. 1 349 N -PS Chair Storage 90 90 1 351 N -PS. Cdvered Patio 1,620 1,620 Subtotal 3,870 3,870 MULTIPURPOSE 1 361 N =PS Multipurpose Room 1,395 1,395 1 362 N -PS Chair Storage 90 90 Subtotal 1,485 1,485 OTHER SPACES 2 _ 815/816 Student Togo 338 676 �—� Subtotal 338 676 CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Recelving 675 675 1 333 N -PS Flammable Storage 100 100 1 334 N -PS Equipment Storage 300 300 I Subtotal 1,075 1,075 i �I I� II l_1 (l II N �.I l District Adult Ed Center Total Stations 440 Gross Sq Ft: 115,442 4,000 Immokaiee 100 500 Level: Adult 900 Student Capacity 660 Utllizaticn: 150% NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL Ho. RSH Storage, Matbral -- - -- CAPACITY STATIONS srnpgs cone ��- .:..__ .,pES�glq;�q.N,...... .._.....,...U.NIY.. TOI L.: P.F,ii R.._Ui1L17fR.. .. . .................. ... GRAND TOTALS 81,274 440 5 012 9 -12 5 808 2 040 PK -12 2 808 2 090/0916 -12 2 092/093 2 094%095 2 8151816 1 096/097 1 099/100 1 098 1 110 1 117 3 203 9-P3 3 806 3 810 3 818 3 840 3 847 3 848 3 851 2 211 9.12 2 808 2 812 Page 1 of 4 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB Senior High Skills Labs 800 4,000 Storage, Student 100 500 Subtotal 900 4,500 RESOURCE- REGULAR Resource Room 290 580 Storage, Matbral 100 200 Subtotal 390 780 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dressing Room 500 1,000 Lockers 33 66 Stowers 33 66 Restroom 33 66 Drying Area 250 250 Teacher Toilet/Shower 66 56 PE Storage 149 149 Muldpaposs 1,050 1,050 Weight Room ,1,000 .1,009 Subtotal 3,114 3,713 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Medium Education Lab 1,600 4,800 Reference 100 300 Storagb, Material 395 1,185 Lockers, R/R, Showers - 450 1,350 Classroom for Related 1 675 2,025 Storage, Flammable 125 375 Storage, Machinery 1,100 3,300 Storage, Tool 310 930 Subtotal 4,755 14,265 BUSINESS EDUCATION Practical Experience Lab 1,550 3,100 Storage, Material 100 200 Storage, Project 150 300 Subtotal 1,800 3,600 25 125 10 20 60 25 50 Immokakee Adult Ed Facility List II District: Adult Ed Center Total Stations 440 Gross Sci Ft: 115,442 Immokalee Level: Adult Student Capacity 660 Utilization: 150% NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL NO' sw —• - -• -- CAPACITY STATIONS Awes, cow , ... ., DESCRIPTION UNIT .TOOTAL„ t'94 UNIT, . UTILIZE'U FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 2 234 9 -PS Large Education Lab 1,700 3,400 20 40 2 812 Storage, Project 150 300 2 813 Student Storage 40 60 2 842 Kitchen 125 250 2 843 Laundry 50 100 2 852 Technology Resource 800 1,600 Subtotal 2,865 5,730 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 1 243 9-12 Large Education Lab 3,375 3,375 25 25 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 810 Storage, Material 395 395 1 849 Storage, PmJect 310 310 1 851 Storage, Tool 310 310 1 852 Technology Resoume 800 800 Subtotal 5,290 5,290 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 1 245 9-P5 Medium Education Lab 1,860 1,806 20 20 1 808 Storage, Material 100 lob 1 810 Storage, Material 395 395 1 840 Classroom, Related 675 675 1 849 Storage, Project 310 310 1 850 Storage, Tool 195 105 Subtotal 3,475 3,475 2 246 9 -P$ Large Education Lab 4,000 8,060 20 40 2 806 Storage, Material 100 200 2 810 Storage, Material 395 790 2 840 Classroom, Related 675 1,350 2 847 Storage, Flammable 125 250 2 849 Storage, Project 310 620 2 850 Storage, Tool 195 390 Subtotal 5,800 11,600 Page 2 of 4 Immokakee Adult Ed Facility List I H District: Adult Ed Center Total Stations 440 Gross Sq Ft: 115,442 Immokalee Level: Adult Student Capacity 660 Utilization: 150% NET SQUARE FEET DESIGN TOTAL No. sw —•– ---- CAPACITY STATIONS sp,s cone .,l)ESC131pLQN.,,, ..... UNIT rQTAL, ,PER:IJNIT. UTILIZED.. HEALTH OCCUPATIONS EDUCATION 4 253 9 -PS Medium Education Lab 2,200 8,800 20 80 4 804 Dispensary 135 540 4 806 Reference 100 400 4 608 Storage, Material 100 400 4 810 Storage, Material 395 1,580 4 812 Storage, Project 150 600 4 840 Classroom for Related 1 675 2,700 4 849 Storage, Project 310 1,240 Subtotal 4,065 16,260 VOCATIONAL RESOURCE SPACE - 1 270 9 -PS Work Evaluation Lab 1,110 1,110 15 1 810 Storage, Material 395 395 1 853 Tasting 250 250 Subtotal 1,755 1,755 1 271 9-PS Viol Lab 705 705 15 1 802 Conference 225 225 1 808 Storage, Material 100 100 1 840 Classroom for Related 1 675 675 1 846 Reception 90 90 1 853 Testing 260 250 Subtotal 2,045 2,045 MEDIA CENTER 1 380 P -PS Reading Room/Slacks 800 600 1 381 P -PS TecHnical Processing 132 132 1 383 P -PS A -V Storage 198 198 Subtotal 1,130 1,130 ADMINISTRATION 1 300 N -PS Principal's /Dir Office 250 250 5 301 N -PS Asst Prin /Other Office 175 875 1 302 N -PS Bookkeeping Office 125 125 - 4 303 N -PS Secretarial Space 158 632 1 304 N-PS Admin. Reception 281 281 1 305 N -PS Ptoduction/Wdrkroom 132 132 1 - 306 N -PS Conference Rooms 231 231 1 308 N-PS Admin. Storage 165 165 1 309 N -PS Records/Vault 99 99 1 310 N -PS School Store 33 33 1 311 N -PS Student Activities Area 165 165 1 312 N -PS Computer Area 50 50 Page 3 of 4 Immokskee Adult Ed Facility List I 11 11 I.) [l I� District: Adult Ed Center Total Stations 440 Gross $q Ft: 115,442 Immokalee Level: Adult Student Capacity 660 Utilization: 150% NET SQUARE FEET DeSIGN TOTAL ho. FISH --- - -- CAPACITY STATIONS 1e41 cone _ PENR1P7ION , UNIT R AmIT_,. ULI_LIYED 1 313 N -PS Careers Room 99 99 1 315 N -PS Teacher Planning Area 660 660 1 819 -821' P -PS Toilets, Staff (M & F) 132 132 Subtotal 2,755 3,929 F000 SERVICE 1 340 N -PS Dining 1,320 1,320 - Subtotal 1,320 1,320 OTHER SPACES 1 368 N -PS Textbook Storage 116 110 2 8151816 Student Toilet 248 496 2 822/823 Public Toilets 60 120 Subtotal 424 732 CUSTODIAL 1 330 N -PS Custodial Deceiving 495 495 1 333 N-PS Flammable Storage 155 155 1 334 N -PS Equipment Storage 500 500 Subtotal 1,150 1,150 Page 4 of 4 Immokakee Adult Ed Facility List District: COLLIER Projected COFTE: 52,757 Survey - Out Year 2011 -12 _ ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT - 38% 400 Superintendent 200 401 Conference Room 100 402 Superintendents Secretary -1 403 Ancillary Secretarial /Clerical Offices 404 Ancillary Reception Area - 100 405 Vault 100 406 Assistant Superintendent 180 r 407 Ancillary Administrative Offices 100 408 Business Operations 409 Terminal Storage Area 410 School Plant Planning 411 Word Processing Center 412 Personnel Services 413 Central Reproduction and Copy 414 Central Administrative Supply - � 415 Mail Room 417 Central Security 418 Ancillary Administrative Storage 419 Ancillary Flammable Storage 420 Bbard Meeting Room 500 421 Ancillary Staff Lounge 200 422 Main Lobbly and Switchboard 424 Director's Office 425 Assistant Directots Office 426 General Office 427 Staff Development/ Instructional 428 CtherAncMary Adihinistraffve Support . Subtotals 100,238 CUSTODIAL -2% I 416 Ancillary Custodial Services Subtotals 5,276 ANCILLARY COMPUTER/DATA CENTER 2% 500 Pmgr4mmer Room 501 Data Processing Technical Area _ 502 Data Processing Equipment 503 Computer (Raised Floor) 504 Off -Line Equipment Room ( 505 Ancillary Computer Storage Il i Subtotals 5,276 ANCILLARY SUPPORT FACILITIES - 50% l 510 Warehouse 515 Central Kitchen Page 1 of 2 Ancillary Facility List I1 ANCILLARY MEDIA SERVICES - 9% 600 Library Wbmhduse / Stacks 601 Reference 602 Professional Library 603 Periodical / Journal Services 804 Central Media Processing 605 Audio Visual Equipment 606 Closed Circuit TV Laboratory e07 Closed Cicu8 Support 608 Media Prod6c86n Laboratory" 609 Media Copying Room 610 Media Maintenance / Repair 611 Ancillary Media Storage 612 Oilier AnclOary Media Space, Subtotals 21,103 Total Net Square Feet Plus 6% Net Square Feet Subtotal Net Square Feet Plus 34% Net Square Feet Total Gross Square Feet 263,786 + .15,827 279,613 + 95,068 374,681 Page 2 of 2 Ancillary Facility List RECOMMENDED FISH MINIMUM TOTAL NET ,# DESCRIPTION NSF SPACE 520 Carpentry Shop 525 Glazing Shop 530 Masonry Shop 535 Small Engine Shop 540 Electronics Shop 545 Electrical Shop 550 Machine Shop 555 Plumbing Shop 560 Paint Shop 565 Welding Shop 570 Air CoddiSoning 575 Carpet Shop 580 Locksmith Shop 585 Garage Parts Room 586 Machine Shop 587 Glass / Upholstery Shop 588 Body Shop 589 paint / Flammable Storage 590 Paint Bay 800 591 Tire Storage and Mounting 592 Work Bay 800 593 Drivers' Clasrobm 400' 594 Ancillary Support Storage Subtotals 131,893 ANCILLARY MEDIA SERVICES - 9% 600 Library Wbmhduse / Stacks 601 Reference 602 Professional Library 603 Periodical / Journal Services 804 Central Media Processing 605 Audio Visual Equipment 606 Closed Circuit TV Laboratory e07 Closed Cicu8 Support 608 Media Prod6c86n Laboratory" 609 Media Copying Room 610 Media Maintenance / Repair 611 Ancillary Media Storage 612 Oilier AnclOary Media Space, Subtotals 21,103 Total Net Square Feet Plus 6% Net Square Feet Subtotal Net Square Feet Plus 34% Net Square Feet Total Gross Square Feet 263,786 + .15,827 279,613 + 95,068 374,681 Page 2 of 2 Ancillary Facility List c O U L. 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