Maricopa Animal Control Presentation

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Brian Duncan, code compliance officer, presented information on Maricopa's Animal Control Officer at the July 18, 2009, Ak-Chin.Maricopa Joint Council Summit.

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Maricopa Animal Control Presentation

  1. 1. City of Maricopa Animal Control Services
  2. 2. Animal Control Services.   History   Current Animal Control Services   2009 Statistics   Future Animal Control Services
  3. 3. History.   2004 o  First Pinal County IGA approved o  Animal Care & Control services o  Adoption of Pinal County Animal Control Ordinance Number 42303   One-year contract to share with all of western Pinal County Animal Control services o  First billing $88   July 2007 o  Two-year contract begins o  Preliminary discussions for full-time services
  4. 4. History continued.   February 2009 o  Council approves purchase of vehicle & equipment o  Amendment to current IGA to allow for a full-time Animal Control Officer   April 2009 o  Full-time Animal Control services begin
  5. 5. Current Animal Control Services.   40 hours per week o  Animal Control Officer assigned to the City of Maricopa   Dog Licensing services City Hall ,11 a.m. – 1 p.m. o  Wednesday only   One rabies clinic per year provided   Animal Control Officer o  Respond & follow-up on barking dog complaints o  Follow up on barking dog complaint referrals from Maricopa Police   $4,200 per month for services* *This does not include emergency call outs or kenneling fees
  6. 6. January 2009 – June 2009 Statistics. Monthly Average Statistics: Calls received 50.5 Follow-up calls 22.8 Dogs Impounded 23.0 Cats Impounded 8.6 Animal bites 4.1 Monthly Average Cost for Services: $5,500 (April - June 2009)
  7. 7. Future Animal Control Services.   Costs associated with population increase: August 2004 $88/month June 2009 $5,319.90/month   Explore IGA options with Ak-Chin Indian Community   Maintain current and explore future IGAs with other government entities

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