City of Pullman Statistics

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 15:53

2011 General Fund Operating Budget

$15,883,358

2011 TOTAL General Fund Budget

$15,982,093

2011 TOTAL City Budget for all funds

$47,924,605

Assessed Value

$1,325,528,045

City of Pullman General Levy Rate

$2.9106/$1,000

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Rate

$0.4044/$1,000

GO Bond Levy Rate

$0.2164/$1,000

Metropolitan Park District

$0.4044/$1,000

TOTAL City Property Tax Rate

$3.9359/$1,000

Full-Time Employees

184

Regular Part-Time (20 HRS+) Employees

36

Additional Monthly Casual or Seasonal

140

TOTAL Employees for an average month

339

City Area

10.48 square miles

Population

29,820 (OFM estimate June 2011)

Streets (excluding WSU)

63.4 miles

State Highway

9.0 miles

Traffic Signals

19

Street Lights

1,351

Bicycle/Pedestrian Paths

10 miles

Number of water wells

6

Well capacity

7,650 gallons/minute—designed

7,323 gallons/minute—throttled

Storage Reservoirs

11

Storage Capacity

7.7 million gallons

Water Mains

101.25 miles

Population Served

22,433

Active Services

5,002

Fire Class

4

2010 Pumpage

834.7 million gallons

2010 Peak Day

5.213 million gallons (Aug 11)

Water Hardness

108 mg/ltr. (five-year average)

Sanitary Sewer Mains

91.16 miles

2010 Flow Treated

985.6 million gallons

2010 Peak Day Flow Treated

4.6 million gallons (Dec 15)

Treatment Plant Capacity

8.6 million gallons/winter peak

Snow Load

30 psf

Frost Depth

30”

Basic Wind Speed w/ 3-sec. gusts

85 mph

State Energy Code Zone

2

Soil Bearing Value (generally)

1,500 psf

Latitude

N.46°43’40” (NAD 1927 Datum)

Longitude

W.117°11’00” (NAD 1927 Datum)

Elevation above 1991 GEOID (=/- sea level)

2,346’ at Main St./Grand Ave. (NAVD 1988 Datum)

Downtown 100-yr. Flood Elevation

2,349’ (NGVD 1929 Datum)

Building/Housing Data (2010)

Single Family Dwellings

3,946 units

Duplexes

893 units

Multiple Dwellings

6,360 units

Mobile Homes

528 units

  1. Parks

(145+ acres not including other rights-of-way and other city-owned areas)

Reaney Park

1.64 acres

Kruegel Park

7.92

Sunnyside Park

25 acres

Lawson Gardens

13 acres

McGee Park

3.04 acres

Military Hill Park

25 acres

Harrison Tot Lot

.233 acres

Woodcraft Park

.84 acres

City Playfield

8.66 acres

City RV Park

19 spaces

Terre View Park

3.25 acres

Spring Street Park

2.75 acres

Itani Park

7.45 acres

Petry Natural Area

1.96 acres

Conservation Park

15.85 acres

Mary’s Park

+/- 5 acres

(not including other rights-of-way and other city-owned areas)

Fire Department (2010)

Fire Protection Rating

4

Fire Responses

679

Medical Responses

2,018

Police Department

Incident

2008

2009

2010

Aggravated Assault

15

30

21

Arson

1

2

1

Burglary

108

96

175

Forcible Rape

3

7

9

Homicide

0

0

0

Larceny/Theft

273

320

455

Motor Vehicle Theft

10

14

17

Robbery

2

2

9

Library (2010)

Circulation

402,617 (data review still in process)

Weekly visits

6,251 (reflects several weeks data loss due to equipment failures)

Registered cardholders

27,599

Collection size

79,996 items

Transit Ridership Figures (2010)

Fixed-Route

1,420,148

Dial-A-Ride

16,310

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport (2010)

Boardings (approximate figure)

35,233