General Obligation Bond Projects
UPCOMING GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Monday, July 11, 2022
General Obligation Bond Committee Meeting
Location to be determined
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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BOND BACKGROUND AND PROJECT UPDATES
On March 12, 2019, City of Hollywood voters passed a General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) during a Special Election to fund a variety of city-wide public improvement projects totaling $165 million (election results posted at the end of this page). The GO Bonds will cover city-wide improvements in three broad categories:
- Public Safety Facilities, Technology and Equipment - $78 million
- Parks, Open Space, Recreational and Cultural Facilities - $64 million
- Neighborhood Improvements, Infrastructure and Resiliency - $23 million
With input from the community and an assessment of city-wide needs, a list of projects was created to be funded using bonds dollars. A Design and Construction Management team was assembled and projects are now underway.
Below is a table of projects with details and the latest status updates. Project status updates and other information related to each project will be updated regularly.
|PROJECT NAME||PROJECT NUMBER||PROJECT MANAGER||DISTRICT||TOTAL PROJECT COST||PROJECT DESCRIPTION||STATUS UPDATE|
|DCM-19-001190||Heather Guenot||6||$72,551,950||New headquarters estimated at 120,000 SF including a 400 space parking garage.||The design team, led by O’Donnell, Dannwolf and Partners, is in the Schematic Design Phase. Several presentations on the project have been made to the Community, the GOB Advisory Committee and the City Commission; the next public meeting will be held in the summer of 2022. The Construction Manager at Risk, Moss and Associates, is under a preconstruction services contract and is working with the Design Team on many aspects of the project including schedule and construction budget. Over the last several weeks the design team has continued to meet with Police Department staff to gain consensus on key design features and to further develop the schematic design plans, completed geotechnical testing on the driving range site, and are working with our Construction Manager at Risk to develop the Schematic Design Construction Cost Estimate.|
|DCM-19-001191||Chief Poli||City-wide||$5,103,937||Replacement of 4 ALS Rescue Units, 2 Engines, 1 Hazmat Truck, 1 Battalion Command Vehicle, Aerial Platform Vehicle.||1) Two (2) Fire Engines: Project Completed
2) Four (4) Rescue Units: Two (2) units have been put “In Service”. Two (2) additional Rescue units have been ordered and should be delivered in FY22.
3) Aerial Platform Vehicle: The aerial platform has been delivered and is in service.
4) Battalion Chief Vehicle: Project Completed.
5) Hazardous Materials Units: The hazardous materials unit should be delivered in FY22.
|PROJECT NAME||PROJECT NUMBER||PROJECT MANAGER||DISTRICT||TOTAL PROJECT COST||PROJECT DESCRIPTION||STATUS UPDATE|
|Hollywood Beach Golf Course Clubhouse/Community Center and Perimeter Park - 1600-1650 Johnson St||DCM-19-001194||Alex
|1||$12,798,726||New Clubhouse/Community Center on SW corner to include pro shop, dining area, meeting space, cart barn, staging area, signage and parking. Renovate 18 holes with re-alignment for relocated clubhouse. New irrigation, cart paths, landscaping and course restrooms. New curbing and fencing along 17th Ave.||
On December 16th, the City of Hollywood Department of Design and Construction Management (DCM), along with Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Inc and Richard Mandell Golf Architecture held a virtual public meeting to discuss the proposed conceptual design for the golf course and clubhouse/community center, as well as for the project team to get public input to incorporate in the design. Langan Engineering completed the Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Report and soil testing. The design consultants are working on Design Development Documents.
|Former Sunset Golf
Course Park Conversion
||DCM-19-001193||Zindy Agredo||3||$12,000,000||Purchase of the privately owned approximately 45 acre former Sunset Golf Course site for nature preserve and new passive public park space to include nature trails, landscaping, and fencing. (Additional grant funding may be needed for park construction based on final)||Project completed.|
|Orangebrook Golf & Country Club Revitalization (400 Entrada Drive)||DCM-19-001195||Zindy Agredo||6||$24,789,613||New 15,000 sq. ft. multi-use clubhouse, ADA accessible nature preserve path within course designed with wildlife habitat/biodiversity for walking, jogging, biking, improved course drainage and water retention capacity, renovate 36 holes of golf to include an 18 hole championship course and an 18 hole Par 3 course, enhance putting/chipping area and driving range, new 10,000 sq. ft. cart barn, new 12,000 sq. ft. maintenance building, course restrooms and starter shack, new cart paths, illuminate 9 holes for evening play, parking lot and entryway signage.||P-3. The City has approved Langan Engineering to move forward with the required environmental assessment for the site, which is required by Rule 62-780.600 of the Florida Administrative Code regardless of project delivery method.|
|Dowdy Sports Field
2161 Johnson Street
|DCM-19-001197||David Vazquez||2||$2,500,254||Replace artificial turf field 130 x 100 yds., install new artificial turf field and drainage 130 x 60 yds., re-lamp with LED sports lighting, remove baseball netting, poles, dugout, resurface parking.||LED light upgrade projected completed. Field Turf layout is finalized. Project schedule timeframe is Summer 2022.|
|Former Armory at Dowdy Sports Field - 2161 Johnson Street||DCM-19-001196||Karyn Sashi||2||$2,411,274||Renovate building to create an indoor sports facility including basketball/batting cages/soccer goals. ADA compliant restrooms, office space, meeting room, storage area. Exterior landscaping and connect building to Dowdy field.||The architect, Synalovski Romanik Saye, LLC, is working on the design of the renovation. At 30% construction documents, the City, Architect, and CMAR, State Contracting, are working together to get the best product while staying within budget.|
Art & Culture Center Multidisciplinary Arts Education Center
|DCM-19-001214||Alex Iglesias||1||$2,500,000||City contribution to construction of multi-disciplinary arts-education spaces and expansion/renovation of visual arts galleries. Multipurpose dance/drama room, visual arts and music classrooms, distance learning broadcast studio, mixed-use studio theater, interactive contemporary gallery and meeting/reception room.||Brooks + Scarpa Architects issued the Permit Set to the Building Department on November 17, 2021 for review and approval. The Building Permit is expected to be approved by the end of May 2022. The City is working with the Art and Culture staff to acquire supplemental grants and funding.|
|Hollywood West Sports Park - 6770 Garfield St||DCM-19- 001211||David Vazquez||5||$1,111,320||Replace artificial turf, replace floratam with bermuda, main field fencing, new bleachers and ancillary park equipment.||Field Turf completed artificial turf renovation on December 23rd, 2021. PCRA obtained purchase order for Bermuda grass. Laser grading purchase order pending. Project schedule timeframe is Summer 2022.|
|Holland Park/Sailors Point Improvements- 801 Johnson St||DCM-19-001213||Karyn Sashi||1||$697,619||Refurbish pavilions and restrooms, resurface parking lot, replace floating docks, install shade system, refurbish observation tower. Improve walk ways and sea wall cap.||The cleaning and painting of the pavilions has been completed. The pavilions can now be differentiated as the green or blue pavilions. The parking lots and pathways have been milled, resurfaced, and striped. The restrooms design drawings have been completed. DCM is in the process of pricing the project for construction.
The City has opened an Invitation for Bid for a General Contractor to renovate the two restrooms from the architectural drawings. The Bid close on May 25, 2022.
Bid #IFB 4720-22-WV - Holland Park Restroom Renovations
|Rotary Park Sport Fields- 3150 Taft St||DCM-19-001198||Rudy Damas||3||$910,972||Add sports field underdrain to Pell, Whitlock, Rotary 1 and Shull fields to improve drainage to reduce field downtime. Address run-off from plaza and drainage in alleyway.||The Design Consultant, Craven Thompson & Associates, will review the previous permit documents and revise the permit documents to align with the allocated GOB budget for the project.|
|ArtsPark Improvements - 1 Young Circle||DCM-19-001199||Alex Iglesias||1||$496,019||Install artistic fence to secure Amphitheatre area during ticketed events. Replace playground pieces and safety surface.||A virtual public meeting to discuss proposed improvements to the ArtsPark at Young Circle in downtown Hollywood was held on November 15, 2021. The discussion points included were:
• Fence panel design
• Proposed fencing configuration for ticketed events
• Capital Improvement playground renovations
RFP-4729-22WV was posted on BidSync on May 5, 2022 and closes on May 30th, 2022. The bid solicitation is for a fencing subcontractor.
|Bicentennial Park - 7300
||DCM-19-001200||David Vazquez||5||$294,118||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade system, replace entry gate, replace exercise equipment, resurface walking path and replace ancillary park equipment. This park is located at 7300 Farragut St, northeast of Sheridan and NW 74th.||Project has been completed.|
|Joe DiMaggio Park - 1001 Three Island Blvd||DCM-19-001204||David Vazquez||1||$318,199||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade system, exercise pieces and replace ancillary park equipment. This park is located on the Southeast corner of Washington St and Three Islands Blvd.||Project has been completed.|
|Montella Park - 1231 N
||DCM-19-001203||David Vazquez||5||$324,019||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade cover and ancillary park equipment.This park is located on the South east corner of Arthur St and N 69th Way.||Project has been completed.|
|Washington Park - 5199 Pembroke Rd||DCM-19-001202||David Vazquez||6||$286,927||Upgrade fields to Bermuda grass, replace field fencing, remodel press box, resurface basketball court, remove baseball field and fence and replace ancillary park equipment.This park is located on the Northeast corner of Pembroke Rd and S 52nd Ave.||PRCA is currently receiving quotes for court resurfacing work.|
|Cathy & Bob Anderson
Park - 5800 Thomas St
||DCM-19-001201||David Vazquez||4||$255,897||Replace playground equipment, safety surface, shade system; resurface sport court, walkway and parking lot; and replace ancillary park equipment.This well used neighborhood facility is located at 5800 Thomas St just east of US 441.||Installation of new playground, safety surfacing, and shade system have been completed.
Resurfacing of pathway and parking lot scheduled to be completed by end of May 2022. Court resurfacing should be completed by end of June 2022.
|Jefferson Park - 1501 Jefferson St||DCM-19-001207||David Vazquez||1||$225,966||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade cover and upgrade basketball posts and goals.This park is located North of Jefferson St between S 16th Ave and S 15th Ave.||Playground project completed. Basketball posts and goals upgrade will be completed under the pending non-GOB court renovation project.|
|John B. Kooser Park -
1401 Polk Street
||DCM-19-001209||David Vazquez||1||$79,841||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing and ancillary park equipment.This park is located on the Northwest corner of Polk St ant N 14th Ave.||Playground vendor has been identified. Scheduling public meeting in June 2022.|
|John Williams Park -6101
||DCM-19-001212||David Vazquez||5||$360,868||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade system, resurface walking path and ancillary park equipment.This park is on Sheridan between US 441 and the Florida Turnpike.||Playground project completed. Pathway renovation project is next to begin.|
|Poinciana Park - 1301 S 21st Ave||DCM-19-001205||David Vazquez||2||$261,793||Replace playground equipment, safety surfacing, shade cover, resurface basketball court, replace ancillary park equipment and upgrade dog park.This park is located South of Plunkett St between S 21st Ave and S 20th Ct.||Basketball court resurfacing completed. Playground permit has been issued. Vendor construction timeframe is pending.|
|Veterans/Sal Oliveri Park - 4701 Tyler St||DCM-19-001210||David Vazquez||3||$149,948||Replace playground equipment, replace safety surfacing, shade cover, and ancillary park equipment. This park is located on Tyler St between N 48th Ave and N 46th Ave.||Project has been completed.|
|Zinkil Park - 5451 Washington St||DCM-19-001206||David Vazquez||6||$604,688||Replace playground equipment safety surfacing, shade covers, swing set/turf and replace ancillary park equipment. This park is located North of Washington St between S 56th Ave and S 54th Ave.||The playground permit is pending approval. Project timeframe is contingent upon permit.|
|PROJECT NAME||PROJECT NUMBER||PROJECT MANGER||DISTRICT||TOTAL PROJECT COST||PROJECT DESCRIPTION||STATUS UPDATE|
|FEC Corridor Safety and Landscaping Enhancements||DCM-19-001184||Rudy Damas||2||$1,859,660||Provide fencing and landscaping along the FEC corridor to enhance safety and appearance. This project is being coordinated with Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Complete Streets Master Plan.||Project Design completion on hold. City Staff will meet with the FEC staff to discuss project scope and limits for project direction.|
|Gateway and Neighborhood Monument Signs||DCM-19-001186||Karyn Sashi||City-wide||$897,450||Improvements to 64 gateway and neighborhood monument signs throughout the City.||Kimley Horn has completed a structural analysis of 87 existing neighborhood, monument, and gateway sign throughout the City in order to determine the scope of work and options for the signs, such as total replacement or retrofitting replacement with new signs, without the need to replace the structure. The City has begun reviewing the report of each sign and will be able to now determine the best course of action moving forward to get the best product at the best cost. DCM will procure a designer to create the final signage appearance.|
Virtual Community Meeting
VIDEO: Virtual Community Meeting
|DCM-19-001183||Rudy Damas||4 & 5||$1,011,448||Reconstructing deteriorated neighborhood sound walls along Hollywood Boulevard and North 46th Avenue.||The City advertised the project on Bidsync for a request for proposal; however, the bid received was above the City's budget. Therefore, city officials to discuss and evaluate how to proceed with the project.|
|Traffic Calming & Control - Various locations||DCM-19-001185||Rudy Damas||Citywide||$2,189,118||Traffic Improvements including pedestrian safety, signage & swale enhancements.||The City received pricing from Atkins to provide consulting services for the Design and permitting of approximately 114 traffic calming features within the City, per the 2021 Traffic Calming Master Plan. The project limits include the Traffic Calming Improvements proposed within City Commission Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6. Next, the City staff will recommend Atkins to the City Commission for Authorization to proceed with the Design.|
|Tidal Flooding Mitigation
and Sea Walls
||DCM-19-001187||Juan Figueroa||1||$14,091,065||Phase I of Tidal Flooding mitigation where no current shoreline protection exists, Phase II of Tidal Flooding Mitigation with improvements of existing shoreline protection. (Additional funding to cover complete project costs to be sought from the 1% local option surtax).||Concept plans are complete for all 22 areas of the project. A public outreach meeting was held on October 21, 2021, to present them. The project book, including the concept plans, will be routed for review and approval by the internal stakeholders. The City of Hollywood was selected to receive a grant for $13,908,935.00 from the Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection Resilient Florida Program.|
|Undergrounding of Utilities North Beach||DCM-19-001188||Juan Figueroa||1||$2,711,229||Hardening of utilities for barrier island north beach area outside of the CRA to include residential streets east of A1A to the ocean. Includes pavement restoration, road resurfacing and replacement of street lights.||Plans are approximately 90% complete. City Commission approved the recommended Construction Manager at Risk firm recommended by City staff. Several options are being presented to best allocate the budget.|
How Have These Projects Been Funded?
Why Was a GO Bond Proposed?
The City of Hollywood maintains more than 85 facilities and parks, 400+ miles of streets and alleys, 301 miles of sidewalks and 5+ miles of beach. Each year the City adopts a 5-year plan to address large scale maintenance projects, renovations and construction of new facilities. This allows the City to plan funding for maintenance of its basic infrastructure such as street resurfacing, sidewalk repair, facility upkeep, etc. After more than a year of public input, needs assessments, and cost analysis, many significant projects in all areas of the City were identified as important to improve the safety and quality of life for Hollywood residents. GO Bonds are a cost-effective way for cities to pay for major projects like these.
The City uses various sources of funding to pay for the projects. Such funding sources include:
• Debt Financing (borrowing money)
• Permit Fees
• Charges for Services
• State and Federal Grants
Even with these sources of revenue, the City currently does not have available funds to complete many proposed improvement projects. Debt financing has been the primary mechanism for paying for large, City-wide projects. The interest and principal (debt service) on debt financed projects is repaid by the General Fund Operating Budget over a period of time. The City has the ability to pay for debt financing but, if you add in paying for the annual debt service too, that figure limits the amount of funding available for capital improvement projects in any one year. Bond financing allows cities to spread the cost for large projects out over many years.
When Can I See The Results of the GO Bond?
What Areas Will Be Impacted?
All areas of the City will see improvements.