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Jan. 19, 2021

Agenda original pdf

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Versión en español a continuación. Resource Management Commission Meeting January 19, 2021 The Resource Management Commission to be held January 19, 2021 with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance of Monday, January 18, 2021 by noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the Resource Management Commission Meeting, members of the public must: •Call or email the board liaison at Natasha Goodwin at 512-322-6505 or Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com no later than noon, Monday, January 18, 2021. The following information is required: speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). •Once a request to speak has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start time in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to Natasha.Goodwin@austinenergy.com by noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If the meeting is broadcast live, it may be viewed here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. M eeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please call (512) 322-6450 at least 48 hours before the meeting date. TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Resource M anagement Commission , please call Natasha Goodwin (512) 322-6505. Reunión del Resource Management Commission FECHA de la reunion (January 19, 2021) La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (January 18, 2021). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los miembros del público deben: • …

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Jan. 19, 2021

Customer Energy Solutions FY21 MW Savings Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 MW Savings Report As of 12/31/2020 22% 11% 33% 4% 38% 45% 17% 8% 10% 31% 150% 0% 18% 27% 13% 21% 8% 34% Customers Customers Customers Houses Participants Products Sold Apt Units Apt Units Customers Customers Devices Devices Customers Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Rebate Budget Energy Efficiency Services EES- Appliance Efficiency Program EES- Home Performance ES - Rebate EES- AE Weatherization & CAP Weatherization - D.I. EES-Direct Install -Other EES-School Based Education EES- Strategic Partnership Between Utilities and Retailers EES- Multifamily Rebates EES- Multifamily WX-D.I.+ EES- Commercial Rebate EES- Small Business Energy Efficiency TOTAL Demand Response (DR) - Annual Incremental DR- Power Partner (Residential) DR- Water Heater Timers++ DR- Load Coop DR- ERS (AE only) Demand Response (DR) TOTAL Green Building GB- Residential Ratings GB- Residential Energy Code GB- Multifamily Ratings GB- Multifamily Energy Code GB- Commercial Ratings GB- Commercial Energy Code Green Building TOTAL CES MW Savings Grand TOTAL Residential Totals Commercial Totals Customer Renewable Solutions Residential Commercial Unincentivized Solar Energy TOTAL 2.60 1.30 0.52 0.56 1.75 0.75 1.20 7.00 2.50 18.18 6.40 0.20 2.00 8.60 0.56 4.92 1.45 7.86 8.00 20.45 43.24 20.76 49.26 7.00 5.00 12.00 0.57 0.15 0.17 0.03 0.66 0.34 0.21 0.56 0.24 2.92 1.96 0.30 2.26 0.10 1.32 0.19 1.67 0.68 6.97 10.93 16.10 5.79 10.31 1.47 0.08 0.11 1.66 1,119.26 197.83 264.55 180.22 2,848.64 609.13 764.40 2,077.20 671.38 8732.60 $ 1,600,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,277,000 $ 100,000 $ 200,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 11,877,000.00 0 5 $ 1,499,910 $ 200,000 $ 1,850,000 Spent to Date $ 277,525 $ 392,509 357,068 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 6,723 91,357 334,030 353,391 142,760 104,385 2059748.79 Spent to Date $ 135,520 $ 65,573 5.07 $ 3,549,910 $ 201,093 152 1,728 464 4,472 1,925 18,625 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - 11189.00 27366.60 0.00 0.00 847 148 117 1,394 65,952 2,081 1,721 24 9 72293.00 1,378 461 1,839 119 1,021 592 2,735 980 5,742 227 2 46 229 MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Rebate Budget MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type Participants To Date MWh To Date Rebate Budget Spent to Date MW Goal 70.02 MW To Date …

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Jan. 19, 2021

Customer Energy Solutions FY21 Quarter 1 Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 – Quarter 1 Report As of 12/31/2020 Quarterly Rebates by District and Outside of COA Solar PBI not included. Rebates paid may not align with AE Finance eCombs system as of 12/31/20. Dollars are unaudited. Energy Efficiency Services Residential Programs AE Weatherization (WAP) – Direct Install • Weatherization continues to receive applications from customers interested in participating. The program currently has 209 jobs either completed or in the pipeline, with another 105 to be assigned out. Appliance Efficiency Program (AEP) • Effective October 15, 2020, website enrollment application submissions for HVAC and Variable Speed Pool Pumps was removed. Applications are required to be submitted via the backend of EECP. • The program has extended the eligibility period from 60 to 90 days, removing the need for a 60-day waiver request. • A 10% increase in new participating contractors in FY21-Q1 • The program has completed a total of 847 enrollments for FY21-Q1 • Total rebate amount of $262,950.00 paid in FY21-Q1 1 Home Performance w/Energy Star (HPwES) • We launched the Limited Time Offer for FY21 that will run from 10/15/20 through 4/15/21. The Limited Time Offer includes a $600 rebate for qualifying Rebate projects and 0% financing for qualifying Rebate & Loan projects. • We permanently increased the Velocity Credit Union loan cap from $15,000 to $20,000 on10/15/2020. • From 10/1/2020 to 12/31/2020 the program achieved 148 projects. SPUR – Instant Savings • During the holidays, we highlighted Energy Star air purifiers to support customers during the allergy/flu season and LED lighting due to the shorter days of sunlight. • Our SPUR field representative visited over 250 sites this quarter to verify signage was up and prices were correct during the holiday season. To promote Power Partner Thermostats, he also updated all instore signage related to the Seasonal Savings offer. Instant Savings was included in Marketing Communication’s Energy Conservation Campaign and was advertised through web, print, digital, radio and direct emails to the customer. All-Stars • • Many schools in Austin Energy’s territory were not sure what to expect with students toggling between in-building and remote learning for Fall 2020 and therefor were hesitant to commit to any “extracurricular” programs during this time. • Despite the challenges due to Covid-19, All-Stars was able to achieve almost 25% of the goal this quarter with 1,209 participants. • We are in the process of creating videos to …

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Multifamily & Commerical Project Pipeline Report original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 12/4/2020 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 127 24 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Pre-Approval in Approved: Installation FY21 Paid Progress and Verification 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 65 70 Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily 9 5 5 3 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 237 Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. 2. “Pre-Approval in Progress” includes: 1) customer/contractor submitted leads; 2) applications in development but not yet submitted to Austin Energy; and 3) applications submitted to Austin Energy that are under review for eligibility and approval of project scope. 3. “Approved: Installation and Verification” includes projects: 1) approved with installation underway; and 2) where installation is complete and final inspection and quality review are ongoing. 4. “FY21 Projects Paid” includes projects in which the check or payment has been distributed to the customer in FY21 5. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 6. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. Tenant approval will be obtained for all interior upgrades. Projects will proceed in phases to limit contractor time spent in tenant spaces. 7. Commercial & Small Business COVID-19 Note: Program staff continue to process rebate payments. Inspections are proceeding with remote video software; limited in-person inspections occur when absolutely necessary. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 12/4/2020 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$62k) Program Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Latest Enrollment Workflow # Location Name Installation Address Council District Estimated kW savings Estimated kWh savings Estimated $ Incentive Measures Planned Paid 1183402 Lupine Terrace* 1 34.8 131,144 $62,724 Installation 1203275 Bent Tree Apartments* 10 98.3 231,788 $82,263 Installation 1203807 Huntington Meadows* 1 56.3 206,305 $97,860 Multifamily Installation Nalle Woods* 10 57.0 263,247 $98,886 1137 GUNTER ST 8405 BENT TREE RD 7000 DECKER LN 4700 N CAPITAL OF TEXAS HWY SB 4701 STAGGERBRUSH RD 14233 The Lakes Blvd 8 7 1190747, 1205154 1201740, 1201741, 1190308 1205826, 1207373, 1207491 Multifamily Installation Monterrey Ranch* 194.4 33,247 …

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Jan. 19, 2021

AW Water Conservation Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report December 2020 FY21 Mark Jordan Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water s t i n U f o r e b m u N 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Residential Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 249 253 200 114 91 63 69 353 121 122 35 23 28 54 31 20 3 19 8 1 6 0 2 2 5 2 Home Water Use Monitoring Device Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Drought Survival Tools WaterWise Landscape WaterWise Rainscape Rainwater Harvesting RMC Monthly Report –December 2020, FY21 02 60 50 40 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 30 20 10 0 Commercial & Multifamily Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 54 17 8 11 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates RMC Monthly Report – December 2020, FY21 03 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY21 YTD FY21 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $- $65,000 $- $14,804.40 Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – December 2020, FY21 04 Helping Hands Outreach (H2O) Programs • G.O. REPAIR! – Austin Water (AW) partners with Housing & Planning Department’s (Formerly Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Department) G.O. Repair! Program to provide grants of up to $20,000 per year to qualifying homeowners for plumbing repairs, accessibility improvements, and to make other repairs to address substandard housing conditions that pose health and safety risks. • FREE HOME WATER USE REPORT – AW provides customers with access to a water use mobile app and internet reports to help homeowners achieve greater water savings. Customers can receive customized leak alerts, conservation tips, and information about rebate programs • FREE WATER CONSERVATION TOOLS – AW Conservation provides free water saving materials such as: high efficiency aerators and showerheads; micro-fiber towels; and soil moisture meters to residential and multi-family customers. • PRIVATE WASTEWATER LATERAL REPAIR/REPLACEMENT – AW can provide financial assistance to eligible customers for the replacement or repair of private wastewater laterals at single-family homes or duplexes whose household income is 100% or less than the area Median Family Income. RMC Monthly Report – December 2020, FY21 05 Water Waste Enforcement Activity, FY21 YTD Warnings and …

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Jan. 19, 2021

Item #2- Austin Energy Solar Program and Multifamily Solar Installations Update original pdf

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Solar Program Update Resource Management Commission, January 2021 Tim Harvey Manager, Customer Renewable Solutions 1/19/2021 © 2018 Austin Energy Outline • Local Solar Goals • Customer Participation • Local Solar Market Overview CY2020 • Residential Incentives • Commercial Incentives • Multifamily Incentives • Community Solar • Education and Outreach 2 Resource Generation Plan to 2030 Local Solar Goals • Customer-Sited • 2030 goal is 200MW • DG behind or in front of the meter • Current progress is 96.4 MW • On Track • Local Solar • 2030 goal is 375MW • Includes all solar in the five-county area • Current progress is 269.3 MW • On Track 2030 Local Solar Goal (Customer-Sited) 2030 Local Solar Goal W M 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 200 4.3 5 10.6 51 25 2030 Local Customer Sited Goal Community Solar In Progress Municipal, Schools, and Non-Rebated Installed Residential Installed W M 200 400 350 300 250 150 100 50 0 375 144 5 4.3 30 11 51 25 2030 Local Solar Goal East Blackland PPA (in prog) In Progress Community Solar Webberville Solar Project Municipal, Schools, and Non-Rebated Installed Residential Installed Commercial Installed 3 as of 1/1/2021 Commercial Installed • Over 11,000 Solar Customers • Over 2/3 is Residential • 1/5 is Non- Rebated • We will exceed 100MW this fiscal year 105,000 100,000 95,000 90,000 85,000 80,000 75,000 70,000 65,000 60,000 55,000 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Customer Participation Customer Sited kW-ac Installed Number of Participants 96,380 50,565 10000 $0.80 $1.20 14000 $1.00 12000 8000 $0.60 6000 4000 2000 0 23,819 $0.40 1,099 $0.20 18,991 1,788 $0.00 310 882 430 9433 Community Solar Subscribers Schools Municipal Non-Rebated Commercial Residential as of 1/1/2021 4 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 Schools Municipal Non-Rebated Commercial CBI Commercial PBI Residential Solar Market Solar Market by CY (incentivized) • Calendar Year 2020 • Federal Tax Credit lowered from 30% to 26% • COVID effects operations • Residential Incentive Market • Best year by 13% • 30% gain over last year • Commercial Incentive Market • Showing Signs of Declining Participation $35 $30 $25 $20 S N O I L L I M $15 $10 $5 $- as of 1/1/2021 Residential Commercial 5 6 Solar Ed Rebate Participant Feedback “I realize now more …

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Dec. 15, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Meeting of the Resource Management Commission December 15, 2020 Resource Management Commission to be held December 15 at 6:00 pm with Social Distancing Modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance by Monday, December 14 at noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the Resource Management Commission Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison, Jamie Mitchell, at 512/694-1073 or Jamie.mitchell@austinenergy.com no later than noon, Monday, December 14. The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to Jamie.mitchell@austinenergy.com by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Reunión del Resource Management Commission FECHA de la reunion: December 15, 2020 6:00pm La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (December 14 antes del mediodía). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los residentes deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al enlace de la junta en Jamie Mitchell (512) 694-1073 or jamie.mitchell@austinenergy.com a más tardar al mediodía (el día antes de la reunión). La información requerida es el nombre del orador, los números de artículo sobre los que desean T he City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal acc ess to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please call (512) 322-6450 …

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Austin Water Utility Monthly Report original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report November 2020 FY21 Mark Jordan Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water s t i n U f o r e b m u N 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Residential Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 353 249 253 200 14 12 15 2 Watering Timer 23 10 54 31 20 3 Home Water Use Monitoring Device Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Rainwater Harvesting 121 122 44 14 RMC Monthly Report – November 2020, FY21 02 60 50 40 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 30 20 10 0 Commercial & Multifamily Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 54 17 8 11 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates RMC Monthly Report – November 2020, FY21 03 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY21 YTD FY21 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $- $65,000 $- $6,834.45 Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – November 2020, FY21 04 Helping Hands Outreach (H2O) Programs • G.O. REPAIR! – Austin Water (AW) partners with Neighborhood Housing and Community Development’s GO Repair! Program to provide grants of up to $15,000 per year to qualifying homeowners for plumbing repairs, accessibility improvements, and to make other repairs to address substandard housing conditions that pose health and safety risks. • FREE HOME WATER USE REPORT – AW provides customers with access to a water use mobile app and internet reports to help homeowners achieve greater water savings. Customers can receive customized leak alerts, conservation tips, and information about rebate programs. • FREE WATER CONSERVATION TOOLS – AW Conservation provides free water saving materials such as: high efficiency aerators; showerheads; and soil moisture meters to residential and multi-family customers. • PRIVATE WASTEWATER LATERAL REPAIR/REPLACEMENT – AW can provide financial assistance to eligible customers for the replacement or repair of private wastewater laterals at single-family homes or duplexes whose household income is 100% or less than the area Median Family Income (MFI). RMC Monthly Report – November 2020, FY21 05 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Water Waste Enforcement Activity, FY21 YTD Warnings and 311 Reports 322 234 220 41 Oct Nov Warnings 311 Reports Current …

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Item 2. Texas Gas Service Quarterly Update original pdf

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Central Texas Energy Efficiency Program Update Jasmine King-Bush Energy Efficiency Program Supervisor Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Commercial Program Highlights • COVID-19 protocols impacted operations • CLEAResult - Resumed servicing customers - Continued adherence to city/county business operation • Targeted outreach to commercial transportation customers guidelines - Hospitals - Hotels - Multi-family 2 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Residential Program Highlights • Behavioral education - Winter Newsletter – Efficiency Tips - Energy calculator • 3,060 water-saving kits claimed • 2679 rebates and promos provided to customers • 44+ participating builders - Established relationship with new builders (Q3) 3 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Residential Program Participation 4 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Low-Income Free Equipment Program Highlights • 100+ families assisted • 198 appliances replaced YTD • Budget completely realized • Partnering with pandemic relief efforts to assist additional households 5 Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program Education and Outreach Initiatives Efficient Living Newsletter Water-Saving Kit Promotion 6 Questions?

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Item 3. Annual Review for planning purposes original pdf

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Annual Internal Review This report covers the time period of 7/1/2019 to 6/30/2020 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION The Resource Management Commission’s mission statement per the City Code is: (A) Maintain an overview of all programs, studies and proposals concerning the efficient use of energy, alternate energy technologies, renewable energy resources, including solar and wind, and the conservation of energy, excluding the use of conventional coal, nuclear, natural gas, or petroleum technologies. (B) Serve as a liaison with other city commissions, including the Electric Utility Commission. (C) Receive citizen input on alternate energy technologies, renewable energy sources, and on energy conservation. (D) Review and analyze: (1) energy conservation technologies and renewable energy sources as to their short-term and (2) energy conservation policies, alternate energy technologies, and renewable energy projects in (3) water conservation policies, alternate technologies, and water conservation projects in other long-term feasibility in the city; other cities and states; cities and states; and (4) City Code to identify potential amendments that encourage the use of alternate energy technologies and renewable energy sources, and the conservation of energy. (E) Advise the City Council: (1) in developing and reviewing city plans and programs in the area of alternate energy technologies, renewable energy sources, and energy conservation. (2) as to available funding from private and public sources which are available to the city for alternate energy technologies and renewable energy, and for the conservation of energy; (3) on energy conservation, on alternate energy technologies, and on renewable energy sources and report to City Council on the status of its activities at least annually; (4) in developing and reviewing city plans and programs that encourage water conservation as it relates to water consumption from the tap to customer and within structures or building; and, (5) regarding appropriate City Code amendments that encourage the use of alternate energy technologies and renewable energy sources, and the conservation of energy. (1) the conservation of energy, the use of alternate energy technologies and renewable energy sources in City-owned facilities; and Page 1 of 4 (F) Encourage: Resource Management Commission Annual Internal Review Report 2019-2020 (2) the private and public sectors to develop and to use alternate energy technologies and renewable energy sources, and to conserve energy. 1. Describe the board’s actions supporting their mission during the previous calendar year. Address all elements of the board’s mission statement as provided in the relevant sections of the City Code. The …

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Multi Family Commercial Pipeline December 2020 original pdf

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Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 12/4/2020 Figure 1: Commercial and Multifamily Project Pipeline Commercial and Small Business Multifamily 127 24 Pre-Approval in Progress Approved: Installation FY21 Paid and Verification Pre-Approval in Approved: Installation FY21 Paid Progress and Verification 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 65 70 Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily 9 5 5 3 250 200 150 100 50 0 t n u o C t c e o r P j 237 Project Pipeline Notes: 1. Figures includes all leads and applications, regardless of estimated rebate amount. 2. “Pre-Approval in Progress” includes: 1) customer/contractor submitted leads; 2) applications in development but not yet submitted to Austin Energy; and 3) applications submitted to Austin Energy that are under review for eligibility and approval of project scope. 3. “Approved: Installation and Verification” includes projects: 1) approved with installation underway; and 2) where installation is complete and final inspection and quality review are ongoing. 4. “FY21 Projects Paid” includes projects in which the check or payment has been distributed to the customer in FY21 5. In coordination with the customer and contractor, Austin Energy periodically removes leads and new applications that do not proceed to Installation. 6. Multifamily COVID-19 Note: Multifamily projects are allowed to proceed. Tenant approval will be obtained for all interior upgrades. Projects will proceed in phases to limit contractor time spent in tenant spaces. 7. Commercial & Small Business COVID-19 Note: Program staff continue to process rebate payments. Inspections are proceeding with remote video software; limited in-person inspections occur when absolutely necessary. Multifamily & Commercial Project Pipeline – Monthly Report 12/4/2020 Table 1: Multifamily and Multifamily Income Qualified – Estimated RCA Project Pipeline (for estimated rebates >$62k) Program Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Multifamily Income Qualified Latest Enrollment Workflow # Location Name Installation Address Council District Estimated kW savings Estimated kWh savings Estimated $ Incentive Measures Planned Paid 1183402 Lupine Terrace* 1 34.8 131,144 $62,724 Installation 1203275 Bent Tree Apartments* 10 98.3 231,788 $82,263 Installation 1203807 Huntington Meadows* 1 56.3 206,305 $97,860 Multifamily Installation Nalle Woods* 10 57.0 263,247 $98,886 1137 GUNTER ST 8405 BENT TREE RD 7000 DECKER LN 4700 N CAPITAL OF TEXAS HWY SB 4701 STAGGERBRUSH RD 14233 The Lakes Blvd 8 7 1190747, 1205154 1201740, 1201741, 1190308 1205826, 1207373, 1207491 Multifamily Installation Monterrey Ranch* 194.4 33,247 …

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MW Savings Report original pdf

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Customer Energy Solutions FY21 MW Savings Report As of 11/30/2020 MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type MWh To Date Rebate Budget Spent to Date Participants To Energy Efficiency Services EES- Appliance Efficiency Program EES- Home Performance ES - Rebate EES- AE Weatherization & CAP Weatherization - D.I. EES-Direct Install -Other EES-School Based Education EES- Strategic Partnership Between Utilities and Retailers EES- Multifamily Rebates EES- Multifamily WX-D.I.+ EES- Commercial Rebate EES- Small Business Energy Efficiency TOTAL Demand Response (DR) - Annual Incremental DR- Power Partner (Comm & Muni) DR- Water Heater Timers DR- Load Coop DR- ERS (AE only) Demand Response (DR) TOTAL Green Building GB- Residential Ratings GB- Residential Energy Code GB- Integrated Modeling Incentive GB- Multifamily Ratings GB- Multifamily Energy Code GB- Commercial Ratings GB- Commercial Energy Code Green Building TOTAL 2.60 1.30 0.52 0.56 1.75 0.75 1.20 7.00 2.50 18.18 6.40 0.20 2.00 8.60 0.56 4.92 0.00 1.45 7.86 8.00 20.45 43.24 0.35 0.11 0.11 0.37 0.10 0.11 0.30 0.11 1.56 1.21 0.16 1.37 0.08 0.89 0.00 0.05 0.87 0.68 4.67 7.25 14% 9% 21% 0% 21% 13% 9% 4% 4% 9% 19% 78% 0% 16% 14% 18% 4% 11% 8% 23% 17% Customers Customers Customers Houses Participants Products Sold Apt Units Apt Units Customers Customers Devices Devices Customers Customers Customers Customers Customers Dwellings Dwellings 1,000 sf 1,000 sf Date 507 97 69 35,114 773 644 19 6 37,229 Date 853 240 Date 97 690 0 263 1,458 980 2,844 2,508 Participants To Participants To 676.35 152.47 164.43 1,388.24 359.30 427.26 1,337.13 356.96 4,862.14 $ 1,600,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,277,000 $ 100,000 $ 200,000 $ 1,150,000 $ 900,000 $ 1,800,000 $ 2,250,000 $ 1,100,000 $ 11,877,000 164,150 225,989 352,226 $ $ $ $ - $ - $ $ $ $ $ $ 105,871 150,785 212,451 92,498 47,845 1,351,815 0 3 $ 1,499,910 $ 200,000 $ 1,850,000 $ $ - $ 72,550 17,875 1,093 2.64 $ 3,549,910 $ 90,425 124.83 1,168.24 0.00 168.73 2,296.08 1,925.32 12,023.59 17,706.79 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - - $ Spent to Date $ - $ - $ - - $ $ - $ - $ - - $ MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type MWh To Date Rebate Budget Spent to Date MW Goal MW To Date Percentage Participant Type MWh To Date Rebate Budget 12/10/2020 Unaudited data that will be …

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Nov. 17, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Special Meeting of the Resource Management Commission November 17, 2020 Resource Management Commission to be held on November 17, 2020 at 2:30pm with Social Distancing Modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance by Monday, November 16, 2020 at noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the Resource Management Commission Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison, Jamie Mitchell, at (512) 694-1073 and Jamie.mitchell@austinenergy.com no later than noon, Monday, November 16, 2020. The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to Jamie.mitchell@austinenergy.com by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live T he City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please call (512) 322-6450 at least 48 hours before the meeting date. T TY users route through Relay T exas at 711. For more information on the Resource Management Commission , please call Jamie Mitchell (512) 694-1073. Reunión del Resource Management Commission FECHA de la reunion: 17 de Noviembre 2020 La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (16 de Noviembre antes del mediodía). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los residentes deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al …

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Item 2. Weatherization Presentation original pdf

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Austin Energy Weatherization Programs For Limited Income Customers November 17, 2020 Resource Management Commission Debbie Kimberly, Sarah Chatterjee, Terry Moore & Manny Garza © 2018 Austin Energy Agenda Overview Pandemic Impacts Single Family Weatherization Multi-Family Weatherization 2 Weatherization Programs Cumulative Overview • Programs have served customers for over 38 years • Over 20,000 unique single family homes and 12,000 apartments weatherized at no cost to customer/owner • 137,000 apartments weatherized in standard program • Focus on continuous improvement and inclusion Augmented annually by* • ~187, 500 point of sale discounts at 70 retail locations • 4,800 education kits to Title 1 students • 1,376 S.M.A.R.T. units • Energy alerts • Solar for limited income customers *FY20 unaudited 3 Weatherization Measures Energy Assessment Attic Insulation Home Envelope Sealing Duct Sealing / Replacement Solar Screens Smart Thermostats Energy Star Appliances Lighting AC Tune-Up Partner with Neighborhood Housing, Home Repair Coalition 4 Pandemic Impacts • Health and safety of customers, employees and contractors is essential • Unable to weatherize interior spaces for 4 months • Early FY20 multifamily results helped • Used time to focus on program enhancements, order PPE, update field procedures • Virtual inspections, benefits Programs Shutdown 3/16/20 External Work 5/5/20 Vacant Apt. Units 7/7/20 Reopening 7/20/20 PPE: Personal Protective Equipment 5 Weatherization Program Criteria •Energy Star Program •Home size of ≤ 2,500 sq.ft. •Home value of ≤ $300,000 •Up to $7,500 of free home improvements •Single Family to Four-Plex/Condo/Mobile Home •Owner or Renter Over 60% of our residential customers rent 6 Weatherization Program Enhancements •Enhanced Eligibility = Increased Inclusion FY20 200% FPL* $52,400 Multiple pages FY21 80% MFI** $78,100 1 page Income Verification Income Documentation Required Self Attestation Income Threshold Income Amount*** Application * Federal Poverty Level ** Median Family Income *** Family of Four •A/C Rebate & Loan Changes • Lowered qualifying credit score • Up to $950 rebate • Velocity Credit Union loans up to $10,000 at 0% interest/120 months 7 In just over a month! Program Enhancement Results •Fiscal Year 2020 • Goal of 527 Homes • 246 Homes Weatherized, will carry over budget to FY21 •Fiscal Year 2021 • Kick-off email sent • 200 applications returned • Continue to receive 1 to 2 per day • 3 Rebate and Loan applications already 250 200 150 100 50 0 3.5 2.5 1.5 0.5 3 2 1 0 200 3 WX Applications Received FY20 FY21 95 0 Rebate …

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Item 5. Onsite reuse draft ordinance original pdf

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 15-13 TO THE CITY CODE RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF ONSITE WATER REUSE SYSTEMS; AMENDING CHAPTER 2-13 TO THE CITY CODE RELATING TO VIOLATIONS SUBJECT TO ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATION; CREATING AN OFFENSE; AND ESTABLISHING CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN: PART 1. FINDINGS. 10 The City Council finds that: 1. Given the potential for severe and frequent drought conditions in Central Texas, it is essential that new water use policies to conserve water continue to be developed. 2. Water conservation efforts, including policies for responsible onsite water reuse systems, help maximize limited resources as population grows, while ensuring supply for critical public health and safety needs including adequate supplies necessary for emergency fire-fighting, fire suppression, and natural disaster or other emergency management or disaster response. 3. Proper maintenance of onsite water reuse systems is necessary for sanitation and to protect public health as the City’s standard means of treatment or disposal through the City’s wastewater treatment systems or storm sewers, as applicable, is not being used as the sole or primary means of treatment or disposal. 24 PART 2. City Code Chapter 15-13 is adopted to read as follows: ARTICLE 1. - REGULATION OF ONSITE WATER REUSE SYSTEMS. Division 1. - General Provisions. § 15-13-1 – APPLICABILITY. (A) This chapter applies to the installation and operation of Alternative Water Source systems on properties containing multi-family and non-residential buildings, where retail water service is provided by Austin Water or successor department. Page 1 of 37 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 (B) This chapter does not apply to Alternative Water Source systems: (1) (2) (3) (4) on properties where retail water service is provided by an entity other than Austin Water or successor department; on properties containing only one- or two-family dwellings which includes detached one- and two-family dwellings and multiple single-family dwellings (townhouses); constructed for industrial process wastewater reuse regulated under Chapter 210 Subchapter E (Special Requirements for Use of Industrial Reclaimed Water) of Title 30 of the Texas Administrative Code; or constructed …

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Item 5. Onsite Reuse RCA original pdf

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Resource Management Commission Review and Recommendation November 17, 2020 Health and Environment Commission Meeting Date: Council Meeting Date: Department: Austin Water December 10, 2020 COA Strategic Direction: Client: Katherine Jashinski, Teresa Lutes, Kevin Critendon Agenda Item Recommend approval of an ordinance to establish Chapter 15-13 of the Austin City Code and amend City Code Chapter 2-13 regarding treatment, monitoring, and reporting regulations for Onsite Water Reuse Systems to encourage the development of local, sustainable water supplies using alternative source waters in commercial buildings for non-potable uses. Amount and Source of Funding Funding for the administration of these code changes is included in Austin Water’s FY 2020-2021 Approved Operating Budget November 29, 2018 – City Council approved the Water Forward Plan on a 10-0 vote. November 17, 2020 – To be reviewed by the Resource Management Commission November17, 2020 – To be reviewed by the Water and Wastewater Commission N/A Purchasing Language: N/A Prior Council Action: Boards and Commission Action: MBE/WBE: The 2018 Austin Integrated Water Resources Plan – Water Forward – includes strategies that require adoption of ordinances and incentives that would encourage and eventually require development of local, sustainable water supplies using alternative source waters (including rainwater, stormwater, A/C condensate, foundation drain water and graywater) for large commercial buildings for non-potable uses. The proposed ordinance language establishes regulations for the treatment, monitoring, and reporting requirements for onsite water reuse systems. These regulations are based on the model local ordinance from the National Blue Ribbon Commission for Onsite Non-potable Water Systems, which is supported by a risk- based public health framework that was developed by an expert panel of researchers, practitioners and public health officials. The proposed regulations are necessary to ensure the reuse systems are designed, operated and maintained in a manner that is protective of public health, thereby increasing their acceptance and adoption in new development. Along with these regulations, Austin Water is planning to administer a pilot onsite non- potable reuse incentive program. Grant awards are intended to help offset the installation costs of systems for development projects that voluntarily install and use onsite water reuse systems for non-potable water uses such as toilet flushing, cooling tower make-up water and irrigation. Through a proposed incentive program, projects that are able to offset at least 1,000,000 gallons of potable water each year will be eligible for $250,000 in grant funding and projects that are able to offset at …

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Item 6. Cooling tower draft ordinance original pdf

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6-4 TO THE CITY CODE RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION, REGULATION OF COOLING TOWERS, PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES, AND THE ADDING OF NEW OFFENSES THAT MAY BE SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES; OR CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES; AND AMENDING SECTION 15-9-241 RELATING TO EVAPORATIVE LOSS CREDIT ON WASTEWATER CHARGES FOR COOLING TOWERS. 10 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN: 11 PART 1. FINDINGS. 12 The City Council finds that: 1. Given the potential for severe and frequent drought conditions in Central Texas, it is essential that new water use policies to conserve water continue to be developed. 2. Water conservation efforts, including policies for responsible water conservation and regulations for cooling towers, help maximize limited resources as population grows while ensuring supply for critical public health and safety needs including adequate supplies necessary for emergency fire fighting, fire suppression, and natural disaster or other emergency management or disaster response. 3. As water is essential to public health and sanitation and the City’s water supply is the sole or primary water supply for over a million people, water conservation and drought condition measures that help assure the maintenance of a sufficient City water supply for the City’s customers are necessary to protect public health and for the purposes of sanitation. PART 2. City Code Section 6-4-2 (Definitions) is repealed and replaced with a new Section 6-4-2 to read as follows: 31 § 6-4-2 - DEFINITIONS. 32 Unless a different definition is expressly provided, in this chapter: Page 1 of 28 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 (1) ACTION OF THE UTILITY means an action taken by Austin Water pursuant to this chapter. (2) AQUATIC LIFE means a vertebrate organism dependent upon an aquatic environment to sustain its life. (3) AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM means any irrigation system connected to and being operated by a programmable controller, including a permanently or temporarily installed irrigation system. (4) AUSTIN WATER, AW, AWU, and the Utility mean the Austin Water Utility. (5) AUXILIARY WATER means a water supply …

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Item 6. cooling tower RcA original pdf

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Recommendation for Resource Management Commission Commission Meeting Date: Council Meeting Date: Department: November 17, 2020 December 10, 2020 Austin Water SUBJECT Recommend approval of an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 6-4 (Water Conservation) and City Code Section 15-9-241 (Utility Regulations) related to commercial and industrial cooling tower water efficiency performance standards, operations, registration, inspection and administrative requirements and penalties. Funding for the administration of these code changes is included in Austin Water’s FY 2020-2021 Approved Operating Budget AMOUNT AND SOURCE OF FUNDING N/A August 16, 2012, Ord. 20120816-004; May 5, 2016, Ord. 20160505-003 Kevin Critendon, 512-972-0191; Mark Jordan, 512-974-3901; November 17, 2020 - To be reviewed and Resource Management Commission November 17, 2020 – To be reviewed by Water and Wastewater Commission N/A Purchasing Language: Prior Council Action: For More Information: Boards and Commission Action: MBE/WBE: The 2018 Austin Integrated Water Resources Plan – Water Forward – recommended the adoption of ordinances that would increase water use efficiency by the commercial, industrial and institutional (CII) water use sectors, specifically including cooling towers. The proposed ordinance language would amend Chapter 6-4 (Water Conservation) by imposing administrative penalties of up to $500 for failure to submit required cooling tower registration and annual inspection reports to ensure towers are meeting all water efficiency standards and equipment requirements. Assessment of administrative penalties for this program would be consistent with the current assessment of penalties under the Commercial Irrigation System Evaluation and Commercial Car Wash Certification programs. The proposed ordinance also includes an offense for submitting a false report or tampering with readout and reporting devices. The proposed ordinance would also amend the inspection report requirements to include whether the tower is meeting additional water efficiency standards for drift eliminators and the addition of biocides to cooling tower recirculating water to prevent algae growth, thereby increasing water efficiency as well as protecting public health by preventing airborne bacteria. These measures are consistent with 1126.1 and E 403.5.2, respectively, of the 2015 Uniform Mechanical Code, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAMPO), Standard 189.1, International Green Construction Code, of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the 2020 Water Conservation Design Standards For State Buildings and Institutions of Higher Education Facilities, State Energy Conservation Office, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Finally, the proposed ordinance would amend City Code Section15-9-241 (Utility Regulations) by providing that those who do not submit required …

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Item 7. RMC Proposed 2021 Meeting Schedule original pdf

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Resource Management Commission 2021 Meeting Schedule The Resource Management Commission meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise determined by the Commission. Meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. in the Shudde Fath Conference Room at Austin Energy HQ, Town Lake Center, 721 Barton Springs Road. Changes to the above regarding date, time or location will be noted on meeting agendas. MEETING DATES January 19, 2021 February 16, 2021 March 9, 2021 April 20, 2021 May 18, 2021 June 22, 2021 July 20, 2021 August 17, 2021 September 21, 2021 October 19, 2021 November 16, 2021 CANCELLED DATES March 16, 2021* December 21, 2021* *Due to Spring Break **Due to no subsequent Council Meetings in 2021 / holiday week

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Monthly Report: Austin Water Utility original pdf

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RMC Monthly Report October 2020 FY21 Mark Jordan Water Conservation Division City of Austin | Austin Water s t i n U f o r e b m u N 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Residential Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 353 249 253 200 16 19 13 0 23 7 Home Water Use Monitoring Device 54 31 20 3 Pressure Reduction Valve Irrigation Upgrade Irrigation Audits Rainwater Harvesting 121 122 26 11 RMC Monthly Report – October 2020, FY21 02 60 50 40 s t i n U f o r e b m u N 30 20 10 0 Commercial & Multifamily Program Participation, FY21 YTD FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 54 17 8 11 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 Commercial Audit Commercial Process Rebates Commercial Kitchen Rebates RMC Monthly Report – October 2020, FY21 03 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $ e v i t n e c n I $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Rebates and Incentives Budget, FY21 YTD FY21 Total Budget Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 $420,000 $245,000 $- $65,000 $- $5,356.45 Commercial Commercial Multi-Family Multi-Family Residential Residential RMC Monthly Report – October 2020, FY21 04 Helping Hands Outreach (H2O) Programs • G.O. REPAIR! – Austin Water partners with Neighborhood Housing and Community Development’s (NHCD) GO Repair! Program to provide grants of up to $15,000 per year to qualifying homeowners to make plumbing repairs, improve accessibility, and make other repairs to address substandard housing conditions that pose health and safety risks. • FREE WATER CONSERVATION TOOLS – Austin Water Conservation provides free water saving materials such as high efficiency aerators, showerheads, and soil moisture meters for residential Austin Water customers and multi-family facility residents. • PRIVATE WASTEWATER LATERAL REPAIR/REPLACEMENT –Austin Water funds the free replacement or repair of private wastewater laterals for eligible Austin Water Utility customers of a single-family home or duplex whose household income is 100% or less than the area Median Family Income (MFI). • RMC Monthly Report – October 2020, FY21 05 Water Waste Enforcement Activity, FY21 YTD Warnings and 311 Reports 322 234 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Oct Warnings 311 Reports Current Drought Response Stage: Conservation Stage RMC Monthly Report – October 2020, FY21 06 Water Waste Enforcement Activity, FY21 YTD Administrative Fines Residential Commercial Multi-Family Fines Issued: 6 s e i t r e p o r …

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