I-Jobs-Iowa’s Infrastructure Investment Initiative

Reporting

Street Fund

Legislative Reporting Requirements

House File 820

The Iowa DOT shall, in cooperation with the cities and counties, provide a report to the legislative services agency regarding the projects funded by this appropriation by January 15 each year until the projects are completed. The moneys allocated to the Street Construction Fund of the Cities and Secondary Road Fund of the Counties must be expended within two years.

House File 822

The Iowa DOT shall, in cooperation with the cities and counties, provide a report to the legislative services agency regarding the projects funded by the $39,450,000 appropriation by January 15 each year until the projects are completed. The moneys allocated to the Street Construction Fund of the Cities and Secondary Road Fund of the Counties must be expended within two years.

Senate File 376

Annually, on or before January 15 of each year, the Iowa DOT shall report to the Legislative Services Agency and Department of Management the status of all projects completed or in progress funded under the Bridge Safety Fund. The report shall include a description of the project, progress of work completed, total estimated cost of the project, a list of all revenue sources being used to fund the project, amount of funds expended, amount of funds obligated, and date the project was completed or an estimated completion date of the project, where applicable.

Iowa DOT Reports

Based on the information collected from the cities and counties about their I-JOBS street and road projects/activities, the Iowa DOT will prepare periodic summary status reports. On Jan. 15, 2010, (when the first annual legislative reports are due) and every six months thereafter, summary status reports will be provided to the Legislative Services Agency and posted on this Web site. The Iowa DOT will continue to submit the summary status reports until all projects/activities identified by the cities and counties are complete.