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D - Investment PrioritiesAttachment D .{ ~F B~U< ., ;-.. .. ~,. INVESTMENT PRIORITIES v A'~~ ~~~ V•rk. & Recreauun ~.~ 5.U6 Priority 1- Taking care of existing assets. 1. Investment in operating and maintenance functions 2. Renovation of existing assets, such as playgrounds, irrigation systems, park shelters, and parking lots, to maintain safe and attractive conditions and decrease costly deferred maintenance 3. Minimum investment in all facilities to ensure efficient operations, revenue generation, and lower deferred maintenance/replacement costs Priority 2- Develop our highest priority park sites. 1. Development of our two highest-priority parks and allocation of funds to maintain them 2. Completion of park development required by the .25-cent sales tax Priority 3- Invest in revenue producing facilities. 1. Investment in revenue-producing facilities to retain and expand our customer base 2. High-profile facility needs including golf-course irrigation and clubhouse and Boulder Reservoir shelters, gatehouse, entry way, docks, and walkways Priority 4- Sroaden access to programs and services to meet changing demographics 1. Equal access and/or reduced rates to facilities and programs for underserved populations 2. Outreach and after-school programs for at-risk youth Priority 5- Complete remaining gaps in park system. 1. Completion of undeveloped neighborhood, pocket, and community parks 2. Collaboration with BVSD to use educational excise tax (EET) funds to build multiuse fields that serve mutual needs Priority 6- Adapt to changing needs 1. Establish funding for wildlife plans and IPM needs Priority 7- Implernent Vision plans and enhance our system. 1. Bond [$??] for Valmont development 2. Additional land acquisition [$ range?] 3. Funding sources to respond to unanticipated opportunities ($ range?1 4. Evaluation of inerits of the department serving as the city's green asset management team