Community Development Agency Capital Improvement Program TIM Fee Program Cash Proforma (by Revenue Grouping)

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1 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 El Dorado Hills TIM Zone 8 Cash 14,38,412 5,952,818 19,991,23 Revenue 3,511,925 2,196,826 2,151,276 2,445,139 2,445,139 2,445,139 12,245,675 22,381,21 49,822,32 TIM Fair Share Transfer 199,538 2,594 2,594 2,594 2,594 1,2,969 1,883,983 3,888,866 Sources 17,55,337 2,396,364 2,351,87 2,645,733 2,645,733 2,645,733 13,248,644 3,218,2 73,72,416 Affordable 1-Affordable Housing TIM Fee Reserve % Funded: 18.2% 22,778 3,62,337 3,643,115 Appr Reimb 2-Approved Reimbursement Agreements-El Dorado Hills TIM % Funded: 1.% 9,294,868 27, , , , , ,948 13,152,126 Pend Reimb 3-Pending Reimbursement Agreements-El Dorado Hills TIM % Funded: 1.% 3, 3, Bridge Matc Bridge Program Match % Funded: 14.3% 516,15 516, Country Club Drive Extension - El Dorado Hills Blvd to Silva % Funded: 1.% 17, 488,282 1,93,26 1,751,488 Valley Parkway Country Club Drive Extension - Silva Valley Parkway to Tong % Funded: 1.% 1, 15, 7,99, 8,24, Road Country Club Drive Extension - Tong Road to Bass Lake Road % Funded: 1.% 2, 355,429 11,893,293 12,448,722 GP178 Green Valley Road Widening - Francisco to Silva Valley Parkway % Funded: 1.% 27,83 5,821,197 6,29, Green Valley Road Widening from County Line to Sophia % Funded: 2.% 422,2 422,2 Parkway Latrobe Connection % Funded: 59.1% 57,545 37, 427, Saratoga Way Extension - Phase 1 % Funded: 1.% 1,88,397 1, 8,138,272 9,326,669 GP147 Saratoga Way Extension - Phase 2 % Funded: 1.% 3,31,727 3,31,727 TIM Prog TIM Fee Program Projects % Funded: 28.8% 988, ,954 88,691 88,691 88, , ,745 1,569,67 4,81,67 Traffic Signa Traffic Signal and Intersection Operational Improvements % Funded: 29.6% 579, , , ,778 2,898,89 5,217,998 1,436, Transit Service Improvements % Funded: 24.2% 1,688, 1,688, 7133 U.S. 5/Bass Lake Road Interchange Improvements % Funded:.1% 5,32 5, U.S. 5/El Dorado Hills Boulevard Interchange Improvements - % Funded: 1.% 279,434 2,53, 5,572, 8,381,434 Phase 2B White Rock Road Widening (2 to 4 lanes) - Monte Verde Drive to US 5/Silva Valley Parkway Interchange % Funded: 1.% 4,172 1,49,1 4,568,9 5,622,172 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 1 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 1 of 17

2 El Dorado Hills TIM Zone 8 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 14,38,412 5,952,818 19,991,23 Revenue 3,511,925 2,196,826 2,151,276 2,445,139 2,445,139 2,445,139 12,245,675 22,381,21 49,822,32 TIM Fair Share Transfer 199,538 2,594 2,594 2,594 2,594 1,2,969 1,883,983 3,888,866 Sources 17,55,337 2,396,364 2,351,87 2,645,733 2,645,733 2,645,733 13,248,644 3,218,2 73,72,416 Expense 11,74, ,472 1,856,617 1,434,417 1,734,417 2,535,46 37,26,333 42,278,122 98,782,275 5,89,486 2,219, ,253 1,211, ,316 11,687-23,777,689-12,6,12-25,79,859 5,89,486 8,29,378 8,524,631 9,735,947 1,647,263 1,757,95-13,19,739-25,79,859 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 2 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 2 of 17

3 Developer Advance - EDH TIM Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 275, ,177 Sources 275, , Latrobe Connection % Funded: 38.% 275, ,177 Expense 275, ,177 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 3 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 3 of 17

4 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Silva Valley Interchange Set Aside Cash 51,38,472-5,952,818 45,355,654 Revenue 1,66, , ,975 1,47,917 1,47,917 1,47,917 5,239,585 9,591,93 21,256,488 TIM Fair Share Transfer 413, , , , ,859 2,79,296 3,95,761 8,62,164 Sources 52,915,33 1,166,114 1,337,834 1,463,776 1,463,776 1,463,776 7,318,881 7,544,846 74,674,36 Affordable 1-Affordable Housing TIM Fee Reserve % Funded: 7.8% 9,762 1,551,573 1,561,335 Appr Reimb 2-Approved Reimbursement Agreements-Silva Valley Interchange % Funded: 1.% 4,811,649 1,337,834 1,463,776 1,463,776 1,463,776 5,654,154 16,194,965 TIM Prog TIM Fee Program Projects % Funded: 2.6% 374,79 374, U.S. 5/Silva Valley Parkway Interchange - Phase 1 % Funded: 86.4% 43,65,449 2,874,744 16, 46,685, U.S. 5/Silva Valley Parkway Interchange - Phase 1 Landscape % Funded: 1.% 3, 1,8, 2, 2, 2, 4, 2,2, U.S. 5/Silva Valley Parkway Interchange - Phase 2 - On % Funded: 1.% 23 7,658, 7,658,23 Ramps and Auxiliary Lanes on U.S. 5 Expense 44,35,24 7,986,393 3,297,834 1,483,776 1,483,776 1,483,776 5,694,154 9,29,573 74,674,36 8,88,279-6,82,279-1,96, -2, -2, -2, 1,624,727-1,664,727 8,88,279 2,6, 1, 8, 6, 4, 1,664,727 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 4 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 4 of 17

5 Developer Advance - Silva Valley IC Set Aside Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 5,61,755 5,61,755 Sources 5,61,755 5,61, U.S. 5/Silva Valley Parkway Interchange - Phase 1 % Funded: 1.4% 5,61,755 5,61,755 Expense 5,61,755 5,61,755 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 5 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 5 of 17

6 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 TIM Zones 1-7 Cash 2,792,38 2,792,38 Revenue 1,477,559 3,613,488 3,632,65 3,632,65 3,632,65 3,632,65 18,163,25 32,943,522 7,728,14 TIM Fair Share Transfer -613,29-616, , , ,453-3,82,265-5,789,744-11,951,3 Sources 22,269,597 3,,279 3,16,152 3,16,152 3,16,152 3,16,152 15,8,76 27,153,778 79,569,22 Affordable 1-Affordable Housing TIM Fee Reserve % Funded: 23.3% 1,174,21 3,477,339 4,651,549 Appr Reimb 2-Approved Reimbursement Agreements-TIM Zones 1-7 % Funded: 1.% 513,8 48,23 1,427, , ,984 2,465,952 6,53,946 Pend Reimb 3-Pending Reimbursement Agreements-TIM Zones 1-7 % Funded: 1.% 7,483, 7,483, Bridge Matc Bridge Program Match % Funded: 85.7% 3,11,916 3,11, Bucks Bar Road at the North Fork Cosumnes River - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 1.2% 74,516 67,14 55,4 42, , , Cameron Park Drive Widening - Palmer Drive to Hacienda Road % Funded: 1.% 36, , , ,2 1,323, Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1A - SR-49 Realignment % Funded: 5.4% 769, , Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B % Funded: 35.5% 2,225,923 1,636,726 1,692,82 1,192,619 1,127,273 2,152,231 1,27, Green Valley Road at Indian Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 9.4% 2,153 12,473 19,18 8,27 3, ,18 425, Green Valley Road at Mound Springs Creek - Bridge % Funded: 9.6% 2,543 16,746 16,964 9,91 8, , ,655 Replacement 7719 Green Valley Road at Tennessee Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 7.7% 46,694 46, Green Valley Road at Weber Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 7.1% 81, ,51 2,868 1,72 2,867 83, Headington Road Extension - Missouri Flat Road to El Dorado % Funded: 1.% 653,817 3,796, 4,449,817 Road Missouri Flat Road Widening - China Garden to Pleasant Valley Road/SR49 % Funded: 1.% 3,92, 3,92, 7332 Pleasant Valley Road (SR 49)/Patterson Drive Intersection % Funded: 59.5% 2,761,32 1, 2,861,32 Signalization 7618 Silver Springs Pkwy to Bass Lake Rd (south segment) % Funded: 14.7% 469,533 82,257 99,494 1,389, Sly Park Road at Clear Creek Crossing - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 11.7% 21, ,23 136,493 68,558 TIM Prog TIM Fee Program Projects % Funded: 61.8% 1,396, , ,39 211,39 211,39 986,19 1,655,255 3,739,641 8,766,1 Traffic Signa Traffic Signal and Intersection Operational Improvements % Funded: 7.4% 1,38,222 1,38,222 1,38,222 1,38,222 6,91,11 12,422,2 24,844, Transit Service Improvements % Funded: 57.4% 4,13, 4,13, *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 6 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 6 of 17

7 TIM Zones 1-7 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 2,792,38 2,792,38 Revenue 1,477,559 3,613,488 3,632,65 3,632,65 3,632,65 3,632,65 18,163,25 32,943,522 7,728,14 TIM Fair Share Transfer -613,29-616, , , ,453-3,82,265-5,789,744-11,951,3 Sources 22,269,597 3,,279 3,16,152 3,16,152 3,16,152 3,16,152 15,8,76 27,153,778 79,569, U.S. 5/Bass Lake Road Interchange Improvements % Funded:.1% 5,321 5, U.S. 5/Cambridge Road Interchange Improvements % Funded:.% U.S. 5/Cameron Park Drive Interchange Improvements % Funded:.8% 665,92 665, U.S. 5/El Dorado Road Interchange Improvements - Ph 1 % Funded:.6% 31,635 31, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd Interchange - Durock Rd Realignment % Funded:.1% 7,3 7, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd Interchange - N. Shingle Rd Realignment % Funded:.1% 4,627 4, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd/So. Shingle Rd Interchange % Funded: 2.4% 55,82 55,82 Improvements Expense 11,469,62 4,65,666 4,247,134 4,752,14 4,657,632 5,628,93 19,229,762 34,469,898 89,14,945 1,799,977-1,65,387-1,23,982-1,735,988-1,641,48-2,611,941-4,149,2-7,316,12-9,535,923 1,799,977 9,149,59 7,918,68 6,182,62 4,541,14 1,929,199-2,219,83-9,535,923 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 7 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 7 of 17

8 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Developer Advance TIM Cash 34,335 1,91,833 2,59,513 59,455 2,964,282 3,789,263 11,528,681 Sources 34,335 1,91,833 2,59,513 59,455 2,964,282 3,789,263 11,528, Country Club Drive Realignment - Bass Lake Road to Tierra de Dios Drive % Funded: 1.% 6, 16, 59,455 2,964,282 3,789,263 7,483, 7618 Silver Springs Pkwy to Bass Lake Rd (south segment) % Funded: 42.8% 34,335 1,841,833 1,899,513 4,45,681 Expense 34,335 1,91,833 2,59,513 59,455 2,964,282 3,789,263 11,528,681 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 8 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 8 of 17

9 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Highway 5 TIM Zones 1-8 Cash 7,44,971 1,387,764 8,792,735 Revenue 1,449,982 8,266,57 8,226,784 7,711,237 7,618,621 7,618,621 38,93,15 68,881,19 147,865,597 Sources 8,854,953 8,266,57 8,226,784 7,711,237 7,618,621 7,618,621 38,93,15 7,268, ,658,332 Affordable 1-Affordable Housing TIM Fee Reserve % Funded: 5.7% 458,42 9,685,581 1,144, Pleasant Valley Road (SR 49)/Patterson Drive Intersection % Funded:.5% 25,239 25,239 Signalization TIM Prog TIM Fee Program Projects % Funded: 6.6% 935, , Transit Service Improvements % Funded: 18.4% 1,284,62 1,284,62 GP148 U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Eastbound - Bass Lake Road to % Funded: 1.% 8,83,5 8,83,5 Cambridge Road U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Eastbound - Cambridge Rd to Cameron % Funded: 1.% 8,743,5 8,743,5 Park Dr U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Eastbound - Cameron Park Drive to % Funded: 1.% 8,381, 8,381, Ponderosa Road U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Eastbound - Sacramento County Line to % Funded: 1.% 6,51,5 6,51,5 El Dorado Hills Blvd U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Westbound - Bass Lake Road to Silva % Funded: 1.% 5,466,5 5,466,5 Valley Parkway GP149 U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Westbound - Cambridge Road to Bass % Funded: 1.% 8,685,5 8,685,5 Lake Road U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Westbound - Ponderosa Rd to Cameron Park Dr % Funded: 1.% 8,961, 8,961, 7133 U.S. 5/Bass Lake Road Interchange Improvements % Funded: 91.3% 11,523 1,767,5 3,582,5 5,361, U.S. 5/Cambridge Road Interchange Improvements % Funded: 1.% 37, , 8,19, 8,611, U.S. 5/Cameron Park Drive Interchange Improvements % Funded: 99.2% 474,73 1, 86,43, 86,617, U.S. 5/Camino Area Safety Project % Funded: 9.1% 378, , U.S. 5/El Dorado Road Interchange Improvements - Ph 1 % Funded: 97.% 25, ,578 4,315,89 5,5, U.S. 5/El Dorado Road Interchange Phase 2 % Funded: 1.% 1,475, 1,475, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd Interchange - Durock Rd Realignment % Funded: 99.9% 7,3 1,28,857 8,836,695 9,872, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd Interchange - N. Shingle Rd Realignment % Funded: 99.9% 4,627 1,34,892 5,89,747 6,93,266 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 9 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 9 of 17

10 Highway 5 TIM Zones 1-8 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 7,44,971 1,387,764 8,792,735 Revenue 1,449,982 8,266,57 8,226,784 7,711,237 7,618,621 7,618,621 38,93,15 68,881,19 147,865,597 Sources 8,854,953 8,266,57 8,226,784 7,711,237 7,618,621 7,618,621 38,93,15 7,268, ,658, U.S. 5/Ponderosa Rd/So. Shingle Rd Interchange % Funded: 97.5% 516,951 72,852 21,457,739 22,47,542 Improvements Expense 4,161,87 172,852 1,516,327 28,418, ,268,418 4,693,866 8,93,25 8,226,784 7,711,237 7,618,621 7,618,621 27,576, ,149,198-66,61,86 4,693,866 12,787,71 21,13,855 28,725,92 36,343,713 43,962,334 71,539,112-66,61,86 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 1 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 1 of 17

11 Hwy 5 TIM-Blackstone Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 ( FUNDING) Cash 3,92,224-1,387,764 2,514,46 Revenue 993,6 1,2,86 1,2,86 17,624 3,16,944 Sources 4,895,824 1,2,86 1,2,86 17,624-1,387,764 5,621, U.S. 5 Auxiliary Lane Westbound - El Dorado Hills Boulevard % Funded: 1.% 9,94 5,611,5 5,621,44 to Sacramento County Line Expense 9,94 5,611,5 5,621,44 4,885,92 1,2,86 1,2,86 17,624-6,999,264 4,885,92 5,888,78 6,891,64 6,999,264 6,999,264 6,999,264 6,999,264 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 11 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 11 of 17

12 Master Circulation and Funding Plan Financing Community Development Agency MC&FP Cash Proforma Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 7,32,796 7,32,796 Revenue 1,42,354 1,, 1,, 3,42,354 Sources 8,345,15 1,, 1,, 1,345, Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1A - SR-49 Realignment % Funded: 5.2% 739, , Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B % Funded: 4.% 1,115,521 1,115, U.S. 5/Missouri Flat Road Interchange - Phase 1B.2 % Funded: 49.9% 266,59 799,472 1,65, U.S. 5/Missouri Flat Road Interchange Improvements - Phase % Funded: 1.% 3,738 79, 632, 34, 34, 34, 34, 1,858,738 1C Riparian Restoration Expense 2,421,549 1,589, , 34, 34, 34, 34, 4,779,21 5,923,61-589, , -34, -34, -34, -34, 5,566,129 5,923,61 5,334,129 5,72,129 5,668,129 5,634,129 5,6,129 5,566,129 5,566,129 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 12 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 12 of 17

13 Local Funds - Tribe Community Development Agency Local Funds-Tribe Cash Proforma Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 Cash 19,14,5 19,14,5 Revenue 2,667,968 2,6, 2,652, 2,75,4 2,759,141 2,814,324 14,938,768 3,169,385 34,36,626 Sources 21,88,468 2,6, 2,652, 2,75,4 2,759,141 2,814,324 14,938,768 3,169,385 53,447,126 RDMAINT 1-Road Maintenance % Funded: 93.7% 1,534,742 2,9, 4,434, Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1A - SR-49 Realignment % Funded: 67.5% 671,951 2,151,25 6,767,44 9,59, Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B % Funded: 47.% 495,9 691, ,126 46,435 5,599,42 5,526,683 13,26, Overlay - Gold Hill % Funded: 1.% 535,453 5, 54, Overlay - Patterson Drive and Missouri Flat Road % Funded: 97.% 146,876 98,223 1, 1,65, U.S. 5 HOV Lanes Phase % Funded: 17.1% 2,936,563 96,274 3,32,837 Expense 5,825,585 6,556,647 7,468, ,126 46,435 5,599,42 5,526,683 31,924,769 15,982,883-3,956,647-4,816,873 2,217,914 2,298,76-2,785,96 9,412,85 3,169,385 21,522,357 15,982,883 12,26,236 7,29,363 9,427,277 11,725,983 8,94,887 18,352,972 21,522,357 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 13 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 13 of 17

14 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 RSTP Exchange Funds-Caltrans (STATE FUNDING) Cash 1,746,437 1,746,437 Revenue 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 1,69,545 2,897,181 6,438,18 Sources 2,68, ,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 1,69,545 2,897,181 8,184, Alder Drive at EID Canal - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 2.2% 34,17 34, Blair Road at EID Canal - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.5% 11,527 11, Bucks Bar Road at the North Fork Cosumnes River - Bridge % Funded:.1% 7,78 7,78 Replacement 7336 Cold Springs Road Realignment % Funded: 11.5% 234, , Green Valley Road - Class II Bikeway - Loch Way to Signalized % Funded: 4.7% 18,778 1, 19,778 Entrance to Pleasant Grove Middle School Green Valley Road at Mound Springs Creek - Bridge % Funded:.7% 32,176 32,176 Replacement 7719 Green Valley Road at Tennessee Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 9.7% 583, , Green Valley Road at Weber Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.7% 78,37 78, Hazel Valley Road at EID Canal - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.% Hollow Oak Road Drainage % Funded:.% OP5 Metal Beam Guardrail Installation - Various Locations % Funded: 1.% 67, 67, Mosquito Road Bridge at South Fork American River % Funded:.% 1,379 1, Newtown Road at South Fork of Weber Creek - Bridge % Funded:.2% 9,122 9,122 Replacement 7332 Pleasant Valley Road (SR 49)/Patterson Drive Intersection % Funded:.6% 3,271 3,271 Signalization Rubicon Trail at Ellis Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.4% 4,134 4, Salmon Falls Road South of Glenesk Lane Realignment % Funded: 33.1% 363, , , Silva Valley Parkway/Serrano Parkway Traffic Circulation Improvement % Funded: 1.% 58,653 59, 639, Silver Fork Road at South Fork American River - Bridge % Funded:.3% 6,87 6,87 Rehabilitation Sly Park Road at Clear Creek Crossing - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.4% 22,393 22, Wentworth Springs Road at Gerle Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 2.% 29,81 29,81 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 14 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 14 of 17

15 RSTP Exchange Funds-Caltrans Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 (STATE FUNDING) Cash 1,746,437 1,746,437 Revenue 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 1,69,545 2,897,181 6,438,18 Sources 2,68, ,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 1,69,545 2,897,181 8,184,617 Expense 2,47, ,596 67, 2,397,333 2,69 39, ,99 321,99 321,99 321,99 1,542,545 2,897,181 5,787,284 2,69 59, ,831 73,74 1,25,649 1,347,558 2,89,13 5,787,284 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 15 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 15 of 17

16 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 RSTP Exchange Funds-Rural-EDCTC (STATE FUNDING) Cash 2,852,31 2,852,31 Revenue 423,119 45, 45, 45, 45, 45, 2,25, 4,5, 8,973,119 Sources 3,275,429 45, 45, 45, 45, 45, 2,25, 4,5, 11,825,429 RDMAINT 1-Road Maintenance % Funded: 6.3% 13, ,37 3, Alder Drive at EID Canal - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.2% 3,36 3, Bucks Bar Road at the North Fork Cosumnes River - Bridge % Funded:.9% 78,543 78,543 Replacement 7336 Cold Springs Road Realignment % Funded: 13.7% 28,9 28, Green Valley Road at Indian Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 11.2% 21,8 31,4 24,4 22,65 13,9 12,15 38, 56, Green Valley Road at Mound Springs Creek - Bridge % Funded: 1.6% 3,9 24, 22,1 13,6 11,9 378, 48,5 Replacement 7719 Green Valley Road at Tennessee Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 1.9% 116, , Green Valley Road at Weber Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 7.8% 94,416 94, Green Valley Road Widening from County Line to Sophia % Funded: 4.3% 9, 9, Parkway Newtown Road at South Fork of Weber Creek - Bridge % Funded: 11.% 4,119 67,68 26,932 73, ,92 62,698 Replacement Salmon Falls Road South of Glenesk Lane Realignment % Funded: 15.% 266, , U.S. 5/Camino Area Safety Project % Funded: 15.2% 248,131 27,86 64,68 22,42 83,53 182,71 629, U.S. 5/El Dorado Road Interchange Improvements - Ph 1 % Funded: 2.4% 124, 124, Expense 1,817, ,355 14,12 14, ,932 26,76 758, 4,4,752 1,457, ,355 39,988 39,153-73, ,24 1,492, 4,5, 7,424,677 1,457,583 1,94,228 1,44,216 1,713,369 1,639,437 1,882,677 3,374,677 7,424,677 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 16 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 16 of 17

17 Community Development Agency Prior* 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/2 2/21 21/22-25/26 26/27-35/36 RSTP Match Funds-Caltrans ( FUNDING) Cash 53,177 53,177 Revenue 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 5, 9, 2,, Sources 63,177 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 5, 9, 2,53, Bucks Bar Road at the North Fork Cosumnes River - Bridge % Funded:.6% 51,983 51,983 Replacement 7336 Cold Springs Road Realignment % Funded: 9.1% 186, , Green Valley Road at Indian Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.4% 16,77 16, Green Valley Road at Tennessee Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 1.7% 95,344 1,434 1,434 1,433 99, Green Valley Road at Weber Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.% 3,444 3, Newtown Road at South Fork of Weber Creek - Bridge % Funded: 1.2% 68,71 68,71 Replacement Rubicon Trail at Ellis Creek - Bridge Replacement % Funded:.6% 7,31 7, Salmon Falls Road South of Glenesk Lane Realignment % Funded: 7.5% 37,564 95, 132, Sly Park Road at Clear Creek Crossing - Bridge Replacement % Funded: 1.2% 71,59 71,59 Expense 538,249 96,434 1,434 1, ,55 91,928 3,566 98,566 98,567 1, 1, 5, 9, 1,892,627 91,928 95, ,6 292, , , ,627 1,892,627 *Prior FY includes actual revenue and expenditures through 6/3/15 plus amounts estimated through 6/3/ K 17 of 2 8/25/216 CIPProgram.mdb/Project Summary Funding TIM by RevGroup Page 17 of 17

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19 Revenue Sources and Potential Uses State Highway Users Tax (aka Gas Tax ): Provided for under the Streets and Highway Code, Sections Most of this funding is calculated by formula based on the number of licensed vehicles and maintained mileage. Road District Tax: A percentage of property taxes. Public Utility Franchise Fees: Provided for under the Streets and Highway Code, Sections Public utility companies have entered into franchise agreements that provide for the payment of franchise fees to the County based on a percentage of power sales. General Fund: Can be used for anything the Board directs the Division to use it for, including capital overlays, road maintenance, matching funds for bridge grants, etc. Federal/State Grants: Grants awarded for various types of (primarily) capital projects. Local Tribe Funds: These funds can only be used in the specific area as defined in the Amendment of Memorandum of Understanding and Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of El Dorado and Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians. MC&FP: Master Circulation and Funding Plan: A portion of the sales and property tax collected in the Missouri Flat MC&FP district, which is to be used to fund roadway capital improvement projects inside the district (e.g., Missouri Flat Interchange, Diamond Springs Parkway). TIM Fees: Capital projects in Exhibit B of the most current Board adopted TIM Fee Resolution Zone 8 TIM: (formerly known as El Dorado Hills/Salmon Falls Area RIF ) Traffic Impact Mitigation fees to fund road improvements in the El Dorado Hills area (TIM Fee Program Zone 8) Highway 5 TIM: Traffic Impact Mitigation fees collected in all Zones to fund road improvements along the Highway 5 Corridor Zones 1-7 TIM: Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees to fund road improvements in the remainder of the county (TIM Fee Program Zones 1-7), excluding El Dorado Hills and Tahoe. RSTP: Regional Surface Transportation Program: This program was established by California State Statute utilizing Surface Transportation Program Funds that are identified in Section 133 of Title 23 of the United States Code. Various types of projects are eligible for funding from the RSTP including, but not limited to: construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, resurfacing, restoration, and operational improvements on Federal-aid highways and bridges; safety improvements on public roads of all functional classifications; capital costs for transit projects eligible for assistance under the Federal Transit Act; etc. Urban RSTP: Can only be used in the urbanized area based on the Sacramento Urbanized Area Map 21. Can only be used in the urbanized area based on the Sacramento Urbanized Area Map 21. The Sacramento Urbanized Area Map was developed by the FHWA based on 21 census data K 19 of 2

20 Revenue Sources and Potential Uses Road Fund: Used mostly in road maintenance, but occasionally used for Capital Overlay and Rehabilitation Program projects. Rural RSTP: Can only be used in areas that are outside those identified as Urban on the Sacramento Urbanized Area Map. Accumulative Capital Outlay: Can be used for capital outlays including the construction and maintenance of capital facilities. In the CIP, this funding is used for matching funds for Federal Aviation Administration grants for Airport projects K 2 of 2

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