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C - Core Services Business ModelATTACHMENT C OF Rq~~~ City of Boulder Parks and Recreation ;~y ~~~, - ~'~~ "?~ ~ CORE SERVIGES BUSINESS MODEL ~~~~~~`~~~ BOULDER'S PARKS, FACILITIES AND RECREATION PROGRAMS CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS En(erprise Services can compete in the fine-market but may require assistance for fNiERVRISE largc capital improvements. They are targeted to speci(ic users based on an expressed Boulder Reservoir (ezcept park land a~ Reservoir); Hatirons Golf k,„~ demand and willingness to pay. They benefit the individual and not the community. Course; Private Lessons (all kinds); Personal Training; Community eco~er lOD % o Thece services typically in~lude golf courses, ice arenas and other highly specialized Gardens, Harbeck House direct & indirect and technical venues. Flyers Gymnactics; pance Pxprc~ssions; Pottery Lah; Adult Sports ; And« ~ws ,-\rbaretum; Adult Recreatian Instruction; Pleasantview Fields; Fitness/ Wellness Ciasses Boulder Recreation Center, Park Shelters; Satellite (soccer, tootball, ultimate frisbee, eic); Woody Horticulture and Urban Forestry; Park Shop and ~and (inclusion); Public Open Swim; Group Swimming Lessons; gusiness Plan Categories ~th; Chatauqua Park & Historic Districh, Youth Services Initiative DISCRETIONARY Private service Privale Services benefit a relatively smaU range of user groups and are tar- PR I VATE or facilities goted to specific interest grnups or ability levels. These services generally shnuld recover indude highly specialized youth and adult programs. Facilities are typically Services 70-90 % of costs. ~'~P~nsive to build and maintain. Enhanced Servires benefit a wide range of user groups but are specifi- N H A N CE D Fnhanced services ar ~ ally targeted to interest groups, age groups or ability levels. Thc indi- facilities should recov er ~'idual rather than the community-at-large typically benefits morc. Services 35-7D%of costs. ~~~~•se activities take place a1 more specialized parks or facilities that c ~~st mnre to maintain. Merit Services beneFit a large proportion of thc community, MERIT Merit service5 or facill ties 6ut can include a specifi~ user charge. These generally should recover 35% o( cosu. indude recreation programs, non-profit rcntals and service Services nr program enhancements. Basic Services are the foimdation of parks and BAS~~- Basic services can rocover reueation. They provide widespread enjoymem between 0 and 15% of costs. and are central to the mission of the organiza- Services tion, 7hese generally indude the provision and maintenance of parks and provision o( services to underprivileged community members. f)FSIRABIE ~ ESSENTIAL P A R K S A N D R E C R E A T 1 O N