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6B - Handout, Parks and Recreation 2004-2004 Operating Budget~-r-,.~- ~ ~~9~ ~/~/~~ _~_,__ __~~:~-~~~~~_ ~ ,~.~ ~. :- .. - - ,. ~'~ ~`Parks and Recreation 2004 ='~ =: 20~5 Operating Budget PRAB Presentation April 28, 2003 - - ~r~ ^ Develop a prioritized list of reductions ~ totaling 25% in General Fund - First, look for efficiencies - Second, revenue enhancements - Finally, if necessary, service reductions ^ Second, we looked at what Parks and Recreation provides to the community. • Third, we created criteria to prioritize our services. provide opportunities to renew, restore, refresh and recreate, balancing often stressful life-styles. It is our overall intent to encourage the participation of individuals and families to develop the highest possible level of physical and mental well-being. It is our belief that well-balanced, healthy people contribute to a productive and healthy community. strengthen families. ^ Promotes the healthy development of children, teens, aduits, and seniors. ^ Builds a healthy community by improving the quality of life for all. 2 . .. ., . - -~.1,;~,w ^ increasing property values, ' • attracting and retaining businesses, and ^ generating tourism expenditures in the community. and respected. When they are designed and maintained to protect bio-diversiry and ecological integrity and increase ecological understanding and sensitivity which are the prerequisites to sustainability. Look for more effective ways to deliver our programs and servicea Reduce activities with excess capacity. Eliminate or reduce peripheral activitfes that, although they may enhance our efflciancy or effectiveness, are not absolutely essentfal [o our core missfon. Elimmate programs and services that may he care to the mission of Parks and Recreation but whose loss will least aNact other activitles. r Goal 1. To be a well-run business Maintain or increase accountahility to citizens Promde consistent, quality servlces to the public Take care of our assets Mamtain weli trained staff and appropriately staff sennces of our land • Increase ecological understanding and sensitivity in our staff and citizens • To maintain the highest and best use of our land 4 Permanent Parks ` " and Recreation Fund are related to :'~`""~-~~ capital projects .r~ ~~ " a~^, ~'` .~`; k ,'r, ~"`-;,~ ~~ T ~ ~ G'i4 s b. : ^'~ '~Y! . ~~ "~ +i~~A. { ~,~3i~ ~ya,~~ ~".~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~,~~~;~~ ~ 5 ^ $ 214,000 for natural resource management and habitat restoration r- - r JCO u'CO ' I 750,000 I . __ .__ ' . " _ _-. - _ 700000 - 150.000 200,000 - 150,000 100.000 50.000 ~ -~ ~ ~ 1'f ' M00 ' Z007 IIq2 ~ 300] Z001 D~blS~rvip ~ ]O~.OOD I ~17.000 l77,000 ]M.000 3W.000 eratY~ Trm~Mnl f7.300 ~I 11.500 7.700 9.000 9A00 Art in ~ha iark ~ 8.000 '~ 5.000 8.000 ~l.000 SA~ _... N~dulRswurcs' 15.000 I 15.000 80.000 110.000 ~~. ~ I1f.000 '~ M~Dilat Re~braton ' 6 ^ This is in line with policy direction to take care of our existing assets before building new assets. 52,000,000 51.500.000 51.000,000 5500,000 50 ~ 200~ Budgat 2001 w/ ~ y~ar, SSI 200~ wl 25% ~ Taraet mllion retluctlonl reductiona 7 • Youth programa, programa for peopls with diaabilkiea, and swimming poola are the most highly aubsidized. M1~wbn 41Mky Iub loun~ olfulY~ . M mWb~u 310.P00 000 >5 ~~.70 JCO ~ . . IOOt &qgst 200~ wJ 1 y~~r. 200~ w125% Taqst fSmillm nducums ~ ~ 99d33 91.327 93.J3] ! • Redesign the program brochure will reduce media costs. • Consolidate department business '''=.},~ functions at Iris Center ~ ^ Privatize services services • Consultant services ^ Plantings of flowers except at Peal Street Mall and Flatiron Golf Course ^ Maintenance of city parks, Pleasantview soccer fields, and golf course 9 • Reduce hours at indoor pools during slow times • Saturday and Sunday (fall/spring) hours at SBRC - 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ^ Raise users fees to reflect general increases in cost of doing business. ^ Raise youth and teen fees claser to maricet rates. 10 if all reductions are taken there would be 19 total staff reducGons in allfunds. • Reduce seasonal sta~ng hours • August 19, 2003 - Ciry Council makes ballot decision (this is a drop dead date, this decision could come sooner) ^ November 4, 2003 - Citizens vote on ballot issue ~ ~~ •~, 11