Initiative Department 2013-14 Actual 2014-15 Actual 2015-16 Working Budget 2015-16 Actual Actions and Updates 
Public Safety            
Public Safety Communications and Emergency Center Replacement: Regional Operations Center County Manager's Office     $14,926,042 $1,905,717 Report
Pescadero Fire Station Replacement County Manager's Office   $49,588 $1,831,799 $57,012 Report
County Fire Engine Replacement Fund Fire Protection Services $47,324 $603,284 $4,349,392 $1,516,839 Report
Human Trafficking and Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Project Coordinator Human Services Agency     $155,000 $15,976 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Domestic Violence: Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (a) Human Services Agency     $75,000 $75,000 Report
Re-Entry Employment Preparation: vocational training for adults re-entering communities from prison Human Services Agency $21,350 $148,812 $222,834 $149,226 Report
Human Trafficking and Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Project Coordinator Probation     $75,000 $27,897 Report
Coastside Disaster Response Coordinator Sheriff's Office $20,114 $28,167 $64,002 $57,186 Report
School Safety Resource Officers Sheriff's Office $139,331 $456,093 $501,052 $519,547 Report
Skylonda Fire Station Replacement Capital Projects Fund     $4,075,000   Report
Human Trafficking and Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Project Coordinator Sheriff's Office     $210,000 $187,442 Report
Total Public Safety   $228,119 $1,285,944 $26,485,121 $4,511,842  
             
Health and Mental Health            
California Clubhouse: support for adults with a mental illness Behavioral Health and Recovery Services       $115,000 Report
Home Visit Expansion -- Nurse-Family Partnership Program Family Health     $946,855 $946,855 Report
San Mateo County Oral Health Coalition Strategic Plan Family Health     $30,000 $30,000 Report
Public Health Nurse Program: healthcare for foster youth, other services Human Services Agency     $524,943 $144,358 Report
Mental Health System of Care for Adults / Jail Diversion: Court Alternatives for the Mentally Ill (c) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services $33,886 $338,188 $364,200 $236,900 Report
Mental Health System of Care for Adults / Respite Center (Serenity House) for adults experiencing a mental health crisis (c) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $1,128,800 $304,373 Report
Mental Health System of Care for Adults / San Mateo County Mental Health Assessment and Referral Team (SMART Program) (c) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $76,986 $76,986 Report
Seton Medical Center: continuing health care services in the North County Non-County $11,300,000 $13,250,000     Report
Coastside Medical Services San Mateo Medical Center $23,998   $596,329 $216,559 Report
Cordilleras Mental Health Facility Replacement Capital Projects Fund     $54,882   Report
Unspecified Health Services (h) Non-County     $10,000,000    
Total Health and Mental Health   $11,357,884 $13,588,188 $13,722,995 $2,071,031  
             
Youth and Education            
4H Youth Development Program: Healthy Living Ambassadors Public Health     $30,000 $30,000 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention for At-Risk Youth / Community Collaborative East Palo Alto (a) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $113,300 $113,300 Report
Agreement with One EPA: multi-cultural services, mental health first aid County Manager's Office     $60,000   Report
St. James Community Foundation: Math Scholars Program County Manager's Office     $20,000 $10,000 Report
Familias Unidas Redwood City School District: support for families County Manager's Office     $20,000   Report
Peninsula Family Service Agency County Manager's Office     $18,152    
Live in Peace: Students with Amazing Goals: tutoring and support for students at-risk of dropping out of high school County Manager's Office     $350,000   Report
San Mateo County County Office of Education and Schools Coordination: promoting collaboration and information sharing to keep schools and children safe Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $159,050 $159,050 Report
Early Childhood Community Teams: counseling and other support for pregnant mothers and families with young children Behaviorial Health and Recovery Services     $660,000 $660,000 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Early Onset Bipolar Diagnosis and Treatment (a) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $408,264 $408,265 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Mental Health First Aid (a) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $269,607 $108,586 Report
Court Appointed Special Advocates: working on behalf of children and youth in foster care Human Services Agency $100,000 $100,000 $103,000 $103,000 Report
Liahona Moto (LEMO) Foundation: academic tutoring and mentoring for at-risk youth Human Services Agency     $50,000 $50,000 Report
Education and Training: Redwood City School District Parent Project Human Services Agency     $60,000 $49,232 Report
Puente de la Costa Sur: youth employment and leadership Human Services Agency     $50,000 $50,000 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / At-Risk Children: Hotline and Prevention Program: StarVista (a) Human Services Agency $1,605,853 $4,351,681 $2,006,104 $1,269,860 Report
StarVista Daybreak: housing, independent living skills for homeless youth Human Services Agency     $400,000 $400,000 Report
Youth Leadership Programs: East Palo Alto Family YMCA Human Services Agency     $40,000 $26,116 Report
At-Risk Foster Youth Services Human Services Agency     $1,000,000 $217,158 Report
Library Summer Reading Programs County Library $328,300 $206,300 $366,000 $366,000 Report
Cabrillo Unified School District Transportation Pilot County Manager's Office     $25,000 $18,750 Report
Early Learning and Care Trust Fund -- The Big Lift: providing quality preschool, enrichment and literacy programs County Manager's Office     $12,500,000 $1,301,002 Report
Pyschiatric Emergency Services Case Management Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $269,185 $269,185 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Parenting Project (a) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $141,200 $133,826 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Pre to Three (a) Family Health     $1,254,125 $779,141 Report
Residential Substance Abuse (j) Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $386,250    
Supported Training Employee Program (STEP): internships and opportunities for foster youth Human Resources     $400,000 $184,914 Report
Unspecified Health Services (i) Non-County     $2,500,000    
Prevention and Early Intervention / Youth Outpatient Case Management (a) Behaviorial Health and Recovery Services     $783,629 $604,410 Report
Prevention and Early Intervention / Youth Trauma Intervention (a) Behaviorial Health and Recovery Services     $592,250 $395,396 Report
Total Youth and Education   $2,034,153 $4,657,981 $25,035,116 $7,707,191  
             
Housing and Homelessness            
HEART Local Housing Trust Fund Matching Program County Manager's Office $1,000,000       Report
LifeMoves -- First Step for Families: replacement flooring and hot water heaters County Manager's Office     $79,000 $36,240 Report
Service League -- Hope House: new hot water heaters, freezers and refrigerators County Manager's Office     $55,000 $54,995 Report
St. Leo's Apartments: furnishings for affordable housing County Manager's Office     $30,000   Report
LifeMoves -- Veterans Hoptel, Haven Family House, Redwood Family House County Manager's Office     $56,925 $56,925 Report
Affordable Housing 3.0 and 4.0: funds for affordable housing projects Housing     $4,000,000 $1,200,000 Report
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Provider Property Debt Relief: ensuring availability of treatment beds in the community Housing     $5,000,000 $29,641 Report
21 Elements City/County Association of Governments: addressing housing needs Housing     $87,500 $87,450 Report
HIP Housing: expanding home sharing opportunities Housing     $200,000 $76,829 Report
Housing Innovation Fund: preserve affordable housing, increase the supply Housing     $250,000 $36,670 Report
Staff Support for Affordable Housing Programs Housing     $150,000 $150,000 Report
Augmented Housing Inspection Program: ensuring health and safety at rental properties Environmental Health     $153,228 $116,616 Report
Agricultural Workforce (Farm Labor) Housing Housing   $22,297 $977,700 $285,027

Report

Needs Assessment

Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program Auditing Needs Human Services Agency       $55,300 Report
CORE Agency Performance Management System / AgreeYa Clarity IT Support (b) Human Services Agency $163,494 $246,962 $195,680 $71,109 Report
CORE Agency Performance System / BitFocus Clarity Human Services (b) Human Services Agency     $11,500 $107,540 Report
CORE Agency Emergency Housing Assistance Human Services Agency $202,179 $407,821 $430,000 $430,000 Report
Center on Homelessness Program Evaluation and Redesign: Focus Strategies Human Services Agency     $100,000 $97,870 Report
Expand Homeless Outreach Teams Human Services Agency $66,392 $150,000 $225,000 $280,753 Report
East Palo Alto Homeless Shelter: Operation Expenses Human Services Agency $673,765 $519,696 $515,000 $515,000 Report
ITA -- Clarity and Family Resource Center Database Human Services Agency     $142,363 $42,742 Report
InnVision (LifeMoves) -- Motel Voucher Program Human Services Agency   $309,288 $28,712 $28,712 Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program -- Adobe Services Human Services Agency       $318,365 Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program -- Focus Strategies Human Services Agency       $34,985 Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program -- Motel Voucher Program Diversion Human Services Agency       $4,423 Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program -- Motel Voucher Program Bridge Funding Human Services Agency       $614,998 Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program -- Inclement Weather Human Services Agency       $16,671 Report
Dignity for the Homeless: mobile trailer for showers and laundry Human Services Agency     $50,000 $50,000 Report
Study of Rotating Church Shelters for the Coastside Human Services Agency     $40,000 $25,000 Report
Safe Harbor Shelter Bridge Funding Human Services Agency     $200,000 $200,000 Report
Housing for Individuals with a Mental Illness -- Telecare Behavioral Health and Recovery Services     $450,000 $242,601 Report
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center Landlord / Tenant Mediation Program Housing     $80,000   Report
Middlefiend Junction Master Planner Housing     $100,000   Report
Housing Our People Effectively (HOPE) Implementation Plan (l) Human Services Agency     $2,106,050   Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program Homeless Outreach Team Expansion (g) Human Services Agency         Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program Shelter Needs (g) Human Services Agency         Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program Human Services Agency     $2,500,000   Report
Rapid Re-Housing and Housing Locator Program Medical Services (g)  Human Services Agency         Report
One East Palo Alto Sponsored Employment Program Human Services Agency     $30,000   Report
Transitional Housing for Emancipated Foster Youth (k) Human Services Agency     $1,000,000    
AgreeYa Clarity and Bitfocus IT Support (g) Information Services         Report
Housing and Minimum Wage Task Force Office of Sustainability     $250,000    
Affordable Housing Initiative  Planning and Building     $62,683 $62,579 Report
Total Housing and Homelessness   $2,105,830 $1,656,064 $19,576,291 $5,329,041  
             
Parks and Environment            
Parks Department Capital Projects County Manager's Office $94,262 $896,070 $3,206,179 $424,537 Report
Cooley Landing / East Palo Alto Interpretive Signage County Manager's Office     $40,000   Report
Loan to San Mateo County Resource Conservation District County Manager's Office     $500,000 $36,754 Report
Parks Department Operations and Maintenance / Natural Resource Management (e) Parks     $33,667 $8,508 Report
Park Renovation Projects: San Mateo, Foster City and Belmont County Manager's Office     $200,000 $200,000 Report
Local Groundwater Study Office of Sustainability     $800,000   Report
Coastal Headlands Acquisition Parks     $80,000 $80,000 Report
Pedro Point Headlands: habitat restoration and trail building Parks     $100,000 $71,104 Report
Parks Baseline Mapping Parks     $26,000   Report
Pescadero Old Haul Road Bridge Repair Parks     $57,000 $1,591 Report
Parks Concession Study Parks     $188,100   Report
Coyote Point Marina Concession Parks     $75,000 $7,180 Report
Parks Department Operations and Maintenance (e) Parks $807,069 $2,028,540 $2,233,140 $825,032 Report
Parks Organizational Study Parks     $36,900 $36,900 Report
Contribution to Parks Foundation Parks $100,000       Report
Parks Playground Improvements Parks     $586,000 $100,760 Report
Volunteer Stewardship Corps Parks     $150,000 $7,169 Report
Student Conservation Association Youth Corps: trail work and improvements Parks     $341,000 $283,932 Report
Student Conservation Association GIS Database: mapping parks, trails and invasive species Parks     $260,000 $103,009 Report
MidPeninsula Regional Open Space District Ravenswood Bay Trail Connection Parks     $400,000   Report
San Mateo County Parks Master Plan Parks     $300,000   Report
Wavecrest Trail: habitat protection, open space and public access Parks     $260,000 $121,386 Report
Youth Exploring Sea Level Rise Science (g) County Manager's Office         Report
Total Parks and Environment   $1,001,331 $2,924,610 $9,872,986 $2,307,862  
             
Older Adults and Veterans Services            
Dementia Services Aging and Adult Services     $300,000 $263,557 Report
Elder Dependent Adult Protection Team Aging and Adult Services     $655,595 $655,595 Report
Friendship Line: support for older adults Aging and Adult Services     $271,313 $188,800 Report
Kinship Caring: counseling and other services Aging and Adult Services     $75,000 $57,359 Report
Meals Express Program Aging and Adult Services     $71,313 $38,806 Report
Ombudsman for Adults in Long-Term Care Aging and Adult Services     $111,632 $111,632 Report
Elder Dependent Adult Protection Team  District Attorney     $910,718 $623,735 Report
Fall Prevention Programs for Older Adults Emergency Medical Services     $38,020 $20,636 Report
Veterans Services: expanding outreach and staffing Human Services Agency   $228,074 $283,381 $177,355 Report
Total Older Adults and Veterans Services     $228,074 $2,716,972 $2,137,475  
             
Community Services            
Buildings and Facilities Infrastructure County Manager's Office $725,139 $1,921,772 $9,328,268 $3,039,357 Report
Coastside Hope -- Personal Computers County Manager's Office     $3,500 $3,398 Report
Puente de la Costa Sur -- Personal Computers County Manager's Office     $5,000 $5,000 Report
Pacifica Resource Center -- Personal Computers County Manager's Office     $5,000 $5,000 Report
Contribution to Tanforan Assembly Center Memorial County Manager's Office     $250,000 $250,000 Report
San Mateo County Transportation Authority -- Coastside Beach Shuttle Program County Manager's Office     $35,000   Report
Contribution Towards New Brisbane Library County Manager's Office     $300,000   Report
Measure A Outreach Coordinator County Manager's Office     $140,000 $113,140 Report
Bicycle/Active Transportation Coordinator Office of Sustainability $25,963 $30,338     Report
Rosalie Rendu Inc.: English as a second language classes, homework help Human Services Agency       $20,500 Report
Second Harvest Food Bank: expanding storage capacity, food distribution Human Services Agency     $450,000 $450,000 Report
Community Legal Aid Services for Veterans, Immigrants: Legal Aid Society Human Services Agency       $10,000 Report
Technology Infrastructure, Public WiFi and Open Data Information Services $466,499 $4,696,824 $9,311,252 $8,885,156 Report
Library Capital -- Miscellaneous (d) County Library       $217,824 Report
Library Capital -- East Palo Alto (d) County Library     $430,000 $1,400 Report
Library Capital -- Pacifica (d) County Library $1,126,834 $78,620 $500,000 $500,000 Report
Library Capital -- South San Francisco (d) County Library     $500,000 $500,000 Report
Consultant to Planning and Building Fees (m) Planning and Building     $375,800    
SamTrans -- Paratransit (Youth, Elderly and Disabled) County Manager's Office $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Report
North Fair Oaks General Plan Implementation County Manager's Office $42,157 $327,791 $10,531,343 $1,016,567 Report
Total Community Services   $7,386,592 $12,055,345 $37,165,163 $20,017,342  
             
Other: Measure A Loans and Grants County Manager's Office     $4,547,423    
             
Total Measure A Funded Initiatives   $24,113,909 $36,396,204 $139,122,117 $44,081,784  

This chart was presented to the Measure A Oversight Committee on Dec. 1, 2016, as part of the Controller's Office Report on Measure A Sales and Use Tax Revenues.

Notes:

a: In FY 2014-15, Prevention and Early Intervention - At Risk Children Initiative was approved by the Board under one aggregate amount. Initiatives include Emergency Case Management, CORA Legal Expenses, Parenting Project, Expansion of Mental Health Outpatient Services, Expansion of Substance Abuse Treatment, Pre-to-Three, Youth Trauma, MH First Aid, Early Onset Bipolar, Starvista, Youth Outpatient Case, Community Collaborative EPA, and COE & Schools.

b: In FY 2014-15, Core Services Agencies - Performance Management includes AgreeYa Clarity IT Support and BitFocus Clarity Human Services.

c: In FY 2014-15, Mental Health System of Care for Adults Initiative were approved by the Board under one aggregate amount. Projects include Respite, SMART and Jail Alternate.

d: In FY 2014-15, Library Capital Needs was broken out between North Fair Oaks, Daly City, SSF (Non-County) and EPA, HMB, and Pacifica (County JPA). Reimbursements were distributed to the County JPA, and not Non-County.

e: In FY 2014-15, Parks Department Operations and Maintenance originally included the Natural Resource Management Initiative.

g: These initiatives are approved but are not yet in the budget system.

h: Discussions are underway for North County and Coastside Services.
i: Priorities for this funding are being developed.
j: Facility has been identified and secured. Expected to open by January 2017.
k. Repurposed.
l. Budgeted funds spent in Rapid Re-Housing and Locator Initiatives.
m. Planning and Building is not currently working on this initiative.