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  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • List all projects and include the other programs involved (i.e. TOD involves Planning, Ec. Dev. and Transit)
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • List all projects and include the other programs involved (i.e. TOD involves Planning, Ec. Dev. and Transit)
  • Refer to document page #Include budget (including carry over if necessary) Be sure to discuss:DeliverableTimelineBenefits/value?How does it connect with other projects/programs?Relationships?
  • Refer to document page #Include budget (including carry over if necessary) Be sure to discuss:DeliverableTimelineBenefits/value?How does it connect with other projects/programs?Relationships?
  • Refer to document page #Include budget (including carry over if necessary) Be sure to discuss:DeliverableTimelineBenefits/value?How does it connect with other projects/programs?Relationships?
  • Refer to document page #Include budget (including carry over if necessary) Be sure to discuss:DeliverableTimelineBenefits/value?How does it connect with other projects/programs?Relationships?
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?
  • Summarize programWhat is possible in the future?How will projects help set up program for next 5 years?

2014/2015 Calgary Regional Partnership budget and work plan presentation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 2014/2015 Budget Session
  • 2. Chair Barry Williamson
  • 3. Our evolution
  • 4. Budget process
  • 5. Consolidated Budget Board Presentation January 16, 2014 April 1, 2014 - March 31, 2015 Budget Program OPERATING BUDGET 2014/15 2013/14 REVENUES Regular membership fees AMA core grant * Enterprise & Adv. Education Grant ** Western Diversification Program Grant Investment income TOTAL REVENUE EXPENSES Salaries and Benefits Executive Officers Expenses Legal and Professional Fees General Operational Costs Capital Asset Acquisition (on a cash basis) Total Operational Budget Total Consultants Total Program costs & materials Program Costs and Consultants TOTAL EXPENSES * for Economic Prosperity operating costs ** for Economic Prosperity program costs Net Change 290,300 3,000,000 75,000 75,000 8,000 3,448,300 287,489 3,000,000 100,000 5,000 3,392,489 2,811 0 (25,000) 75,000 3,000 55,811 1,505,190 138,800 52,000 316,477 8,000 2,020,467 891,500 536,333 1,427,833 3,448,300 1,575,678 70,000 59,000 319,290 21,000 2,044,968 934,800 412,721 1,347,521 3,392,489 (70,488) 68,800 (7,000) (2,813) (13,000) (24,500) (43,300) 123,612 80,312 55,812
  • 6. Budget report Page 7
  • 7. Work Plans
  • 8. Corporate Administration and Support
  • 9. CMP Implementation & Regional Servicing Kelly Learned Senior Regional Planner
  • 10. Past
  • 11. Present
  • 12. Future
  • 13. CMP + Servicing Economic Prosperity Transportation GIS TOD Toolbox Performance Measures Food Strategy PGA Refinement
  • 14. Performance Measures Baseline Report Work plan pg. 5-6
  • 15. Municipal Context Statements + Process Guide Work plan pg. 7-8
  • 16. Priority Growth Area Refinement Work plan pg. 9-10
  • 17. Regional Servicing Master Plan, Governance Strategy Implementation Work plan pg. 19-20
  • 18. Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Toolbox $115,500 (+$15,000 EC Prosperity) Work plan pg. 11-13
  • 19. Food Security Strategy $20,000 Work plan pg. 15-16
  • 20. Ecological Conservation and Protection Initiative $110,000 Work plan pg. 17-18
  • 21. Regional Research Program $86,800 Work plan pg. 21-22
  • 22. Building Implementation Capacity and Support $4,000
  • 23. Regional Transportation and Complete Mobility
  • 24. Past Past
  • 25. Present
  • 26. Future
  • 27. Integration Economic Development CMP Integration Communications
  • 28. Regional Transit Advocacy $85,000 Page 17
  • 29. Building Implementation Capacity $30,000 Page 6 Chestermere Engagement Plan $10,000 Page 6
  • 30. Regional Transit Governance Phase 2 $44,000 Page 19
  • 31. Providing Transit Expertiseconsultants c $23,000 in Budget Book
  • 32. Commuter Rail $27,500 Page 15
  • 33. Economic Prosperity Work Program 2013-2015
  • 34. REDA EDO Forum CRP Partnership Past
  • 35. Present Present
  • 36. Future SUSTAINABILI TY Economy Community Environment
  • 37. Integration SUSTAINABILI TY Economy Community Environment
  • 38. • EDO Forum, work groups, SC meetings • Industry partnerships (T&L, ECR, Tourism) • Supporting EDOs locally Project Costs: $32,512 Work plan pg. #: 5 - 6
  • 39. • CRP as the “Voice” of regional economic prosperity (REDA) • “Overarching” Marketing Strategy Project Costs: $70,000 Work plan pg. #: 7 - 8
  • 40. • Site-selection tool and “Window” into the region & towns • Generating “For Sale/Lease” listings from industry • Adding useful local and regional information • Marketing the site to investors abroad • Using the ECR tool to support other sectors (e.g. tourism) Project Costs: $ 0 Work plan pg. #: 9 - 10
  • 41. • Enhancing a “Regional Hub” identity, capacity & network • Lead Generation, with “Distribution Centre” focus • Integrated transportation, land use and economic development infrastructure and planning • Advocacy to Province, Federal gov’t with T&L community • Partnering with MetroRegions to learn, advocate, grow Project Costs: $190,000 Work plan pg. #: 11 - 13 (assumes $75,000 grant from WD)
  • 42. • Economic opportunities that come with transit service • Meaningful economic analysis and tools for towns • Integrating planning, transit and economic development strategies, staff and communities Project Costs: $15,000 Work plan pg. #: 14 - 16
  • 43. • Situation assessment & Regional Tourism Profile • “Sustainable Tourism” and CMP Implementation • Other MetroRegions – Best Practices & Networks • Stakeholder engagement around “common ground” • Eventually, CMP policy and implementation programs Project Costs: $45,000 Work plan pg. #: 17- 18
  • 44. • Supporting local job attraction/creation efforts • Understanding trends, drivers, opportunities • Introducing “WorkShift” into interested communities • Supporting community-based economic prosperity efforts Project Costs: $ 0 Work plan pg. #: 19- 20
  • 45. • Understanding of export-based “Advanced Industries” • Identifying municipal Best Practices in creating new revenue sources and business opportunities Project Costs: $ 0 Work plan pg. #: 21 - 22
  • 46. Integration SUSTAINABILI TY Economy Community Environment
  • 47. Digital Communications and Regional Marketing
  • 48. Past
  • 49. Present
  • 50. Future
  • 51. Integration Support all program areas Ex. •Transportation & Logistics •Greenfield toolkit •Chestermere regional transportation
  • 52. Digital Communications
  • 53. Mobile development $50,000 Pg. 9
  • 54. Web traffic: 2012: 30% mobile 2014: 50% mobile NA: 45% transactions (finance, purchases) 2016: mobile devices surpasses world population
  • 55. Website additions $49,521 Pg. 9
  • 56. Shared projects $40,000 Pg. 11
  • 57. Columbus Region and business investment
  • 58. Communication partners and stakeholders Maarten Albarda: Former Chief Marketing Officer Coca Cola, Ab-inbev, Mark Schaefer: Marketing consultant, Forbes top 50 most powerful influencers Irene Alvarez: Marketing & Communications Director Columbus Region
  • 59. Governance and Implementation Capacity
  • 60. • Metro region outreach and collaborative projects • $40,000 Pg. 11 • Strengthen the Board’s effectiveness in leading the organization • $40,000 Pg. 11 • New projects explorations • $25,000 Pg. 11
  • 61. Regional Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • 62. Past
  • 63. Municipal Members Present Planning Servicing Economic Dev. Transit Regional GIS
  • 64. Future
  • 65. Integration • Explore Calgary Region Site • Regional Open Data Project • GIS Capacity Building • Data Organization and Maintenance Plan • Growth Management Projects • Transit projects
  • 66. EXPLORE CALGARY Explore Calgary Region REGION Project Costs: $20,000 GIS Work Plan Pg. #: 5
  • 67. Regional Open Data Project Costs: $50,000 GIS Work Plan Pg. #: 8
  • 68. GIS Capacity Building Project Costs: $5,000 Work plan pg. #: 10
  • 69. Data Organization and Maintenance Plan Project Costs: Not Applicable GIS Work Plan Pg. #: 12
  • 70. Growth Management Projects Project Costs: Not applicable GIS Work Plan Pg. #:14
  • 71. Transit Projects Project Costs: N/A GIS Work Plan Pg. #:16
  • 72. Partnership Network
  • 73. Request for decision 1. Approval of budget framework 2. Approval of budget as presented OR return to Executive Committee for refinements