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File #: 21-0344    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/16/2021 Final action:
Title: Consideration to Award Bid No. 1260-22 to Winner Chevrolet, Inc. for the Budgeted Purchase of Five Patrol Vehicles and One K-9 Vehicle including Upfitting in the Amount of $431,579.48 (Finance Director Charelian). APPROVE
Attachments: 1. Approved Upfitting List for Six Police Pursuit Vehicles
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Steve S. Charelian, Finance Director
Julie Bondarchuck, Financial Controller
Mike Grafton, Equipment Maintenance Supervisor
Dru Leonard, Acting Purchasing Supervisor

SUBJECT:Title
Consideration to Award Bid No. 1260-22 to Winner Chevrolet, Inc. for the Budgeted Purchase of Five Patrol Vehicles and One K-9 Vehicle including Upfitting in the Amount of $431,579.48 (Finance Director Charelian).
APPROVE
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that the City Council award Bid No. 1260-22 to Winner Chevrolet, Inc. for the budgeted purchase of five Chevrolet Tahoe patrol vehicles and one budgeted K-9 vehicle including upfitting in the amount of $431,579.48.
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FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
Funds totaling $532,120 are budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Fleet Management Fund for purchase and equipping of these vehicles. The vehicle cost including upfitting (e.g., adding lights, siren, etc.) will be $431,579.48. The remaining budgeted funds of $100,540.52 will be used for vehicle graphics and other necessary safety and communications equipment.

BACKGROUND:
The Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget includes funding for the purchase of six Police Pursuit Vehicles (PPV) in order to maintain service levels, reduce repair costs and provide for cost-effective fleet operations.

This purchase is for six replacement vehicles for the Police Department used by patrol officers. The vehicles proposed to be replaced are an average of eight years old with mileage ranging from 100,000 to 120,000 miles, and have reached the end of useful serviceability. The selection of the replacement vehicles has been approved by the Police Department and City's Equipment Maintenance Supervisor.

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