Riverside City Meetings 6/13-6/19/2022
A proposed ordinance to regulate homeless encampments in the wildlife urban interface, emergency drought measures, City Manager recruitment efforts, and more.
Land Use, Sustainability and Resilience Committee Looks At Warehouses, Outdoor Dining
On Monday, the Land Use, Sustainability and Resilience Committee will receive an update on current development regulations and best practices for warehouse and distribution facilities from Matthew Taylor, Senior Planner for the Community & Economic Development Department.
The update includes information on new regulatory efforts by the South Coast Air Quality Management District and the State of California as well as additional considerations as noted by staff. The Committee will be asked to provide direction on these items.
Nathan Mustafa, Deputy Public Works Director for the Public Works Department will present an update on the Outdoor Dining Program looking at temporary and long-term recommendations and considerations by the staff.
MONDAY JUNE 13 3:30PM: Land Use, Sustainability and Resilience Committee | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - Industrial Development Regulations Update
Presentation - Long-Term Outdoor Dining Program Update
Budget Details, Ethics Review for Board of Library Trustees
The Board of Library Trustees will receive an update from the Riverside Public Library on the proposed Fiscal Year 2022-2024 Biennial Budget at their Monday meeting before it is presented to the Budget Engagement Commission on June 9, 2022.
The Board will also conduct its annual Review of The Code of Ethics And Conduct.
MONDAY JUNE 13 5:00PM: Board of Library Trustees | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Board of Public Utilities: Emergency Drought Regulations, Non-Potable and Recycled Water Increase
Monday's Discussion Calendar for the Board of Public Utilities begins with the annual report from Riverside Public Utilities on the use of allowance value and proceeds of Greenhouse Gas Allowances update.
Riverside Public Utilities/Water presents the 2022 Non-Potable and Recycled Water Master Plan Project and encourages the Board to approve a Professional Services Agreement with Carollo Engineers, Inc., for not-to-exceed $239,212 from Public Utilities Water Recycled Water Account to prepare the 2022 Non-Potable and Recycled Water Master Plan.
The RPU will make a presentation on the Implementation of The State Water Resources Control Board's Emergency Drought Regulations with a request that the Board recommend to the City Council regarding implementation of actions needed to comply with the State regulations.
MONDAY JUNE 13 6:30PM: Board of Public Utilities | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - 2022 Non-Potable and Recycled Water Master Plan Project
Presentation - Implementation of The State Water Resources Control Board's Emergency Drought Regulations
City Manager Recruitment, Emergency Drought Response on City Council Schedule
First on the afternoon Discussion Calendar of Tuesday's City Council meeting is a recommendation by Mayor Pro Tem Conder to waive the Sunshine Ordinance so the Council can approve an agreement with Ralph Andersen & Associates for not to exceed $44,750 from City Manager Professional Services Account for City Manager recruitment services through December 31, 2022.
Next, the Council will receive a presentation from Riverside Public Utilities on the Disputed Bill Appeal Process and requested changes to such. RPU will recommend that the Council adopt a resolution approving those changes.
The Finance Department will present the FY 2021/22 Third Quarter Financial Update to the Council, who will be asked to provide input.
In the early evening session, will receive an update from Riverside Public Utilities and Western Municipal Water District's respond to the State Water Resources Control Board's emergency drought regulations.
TUESDAY JUNE 14 1:00PM: City Council | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Report - Waive the Sunshine Ordinance Pursuantto Riverside Municipal Code Section 4.05.050(D)(1)(A) to Consider a Professional Consultant Services Agreement with Ralph Andersen & Associates for the City Manager Recruitment
Report - Approval of a Professional Consultant Services Agreement with Ralph Andersen & Associates for the City Manager Recruitment in the Amount of $44,750 for Services Through December 31, 2022
Presentation - Disputed Bill Appeal Process
Presentation - FY 2021/22 Third Quarter Financial Update
Multiple Departments Make Case for Encampment Regulation Ordinance to Safety, Wellness and Youth Committee
On Wednesday, Assistant City Attorney Neil Okazaki, Deputy Fire Chief Wayne Hearn, and Homeless Solutions Officer Dr. Lorissa Villarreal will make an extensive presentation outlining a proposed ordinance to regulate homeless encampments in the wildlife-urban interface to the Safety, Wellness, and Youth Committee.
They will ask the Committee to recommend that the City Council adopt the proposed ordinance.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1:00PM: Safety, Wellness and Youth Committee | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Cultural Heritage Board Continues Citrus Park Workshop
The Cultural Heritage Board will get a continued visit on Wednesday from the Friends of California Citrus Park who are presenting their update on the Park improvements and will ask for support in their request to the Natural Resources Agency & State Parks Department to budget $25M plus maintenance and operations funds for these Capital Improvements and their upkeep.
The Innovation & Technology Department will present an update on Citywide GIS and the Historic Resource Database and Viewer conversion.