PW NVBIA Chapter Meeting
February 26, 2014
Wade Hugh
Development Services
Agenda
2014 Workload Projections and Plan of Action
Process Improvement Efforts
Underground Utilities
FY2015 Budget Proposal
EnerGov Project
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Building Plan Submissions
2013 Inspection Stops
175
Notes: In 2013, there are 35 days (14%) where inspection stops exceeded capacity of 175 per day (23 FTEs).
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01/02
01/09
01/16
01/24
01/31
02/07
02/14
02/24
03/03
03/10
03/17
03/24
03/31
04/07
04/14
04/21
04/28
05/05
05/12
05/19
05/27
06/03
06/10
06/17
06/24
07/01
07/09
07/16
07/23
07/30
08/06
08/13
08/20
08/27
09/04
09/11
09/18
09/25
10/02
10/09
10/17
10/24
10/31
11/07
11/17
11/24
12/03
12/10
12/17
12/26
2014 Inspection Stops
300
250
200
183
150
100
50
0
Current Capacity
Inspection Stops
New Capacity
Notes: In 2014, there are 35 days (14%) where inspection stops are projected to exceed capacity of 183 per day (24 FTEs).
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Process Improvements
Improve the Bond Release Process
Committee wrapped up efforts in the spring 2013
Improvements included
Extended punch list time frames (30 – 90 days)
Landscape Escrow Reductions (one-time 50%)
Camera Inspection validity extended (6 mo. – 1 yr.)
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Process Improvements
Future Growth Capacity Positions
Board authorized FTEs
CXO approval to fill positions as workload dictates
Provides managers with the ability to quickly fill
staff positions
Net result is improved customer service levels
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Underground Utilities
Established a Working Committee
Membership
Developer/Builder Reps
 Truett Young
 Steve Aylor
 Chuck Henegar
Dominion & NOVEC Reps
County Staff
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Underground Utilities
Mission Statement
Propose recommendations to improve the County’s
requirements for placing utilities underground, which
will be considered for implementation by County staff
and the Development Ordinance Review Advisory
Committee.
Results
Next Steps
DORAC – March
CXO – March/April
CDC - April
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Fiscal Update
FY2015 Budget Proposal
Development Fee Schedules
3% across the board fee increase
Zoning fee increases
Virginia Stormwater Management Program Fee
Stormwater Camera Inspections ($1 - $2)
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Land Development Fees (not 3%)
Fee Type
FY 14
Adopted Fee
FY 15
Proposed Fee
Temporary Construction Trailer Permit, per
trailer
$
68.00
$
75.00
Home Employment Permit
$
28.00
$
33.00
Certificate of Zoning Approval
$
28.00
$
33.00
Temporary Commercial Activity Permit
$
171.00
$
185.00
Building Zoning Approvals
$
28.00
$
33.00
i. New Sign
$
61.00
$
67.00
ii. Reface
$
31.00
$
34.00
iii. Temporary
$
28.00
$
31.00
$
1.00
$
2.00
Signs
Camera Van Inspections, per linear foot
The VSMP fees can be found on page 23 of Attachment A.
Fiscal Update
FY2015 Budget Process
Additional Staff Positions
Engineer II – Special Inspections
Development Technician – Building Plan Intake
Building Combination Inspector
Engineer II – Watershed
(2) Site Inspectors - Watershed
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Five Year Plan
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New Items
EnerGov System Implementation
“Go-Live” Date July 2014
Approximately 60 staff members involved in the
implementation effort
Priority
System testing estimated to take 1-2 days per week
through spring 2014
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Questions
15
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