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FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees
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FY14 Parks & Recreation User Fees

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    • 1. Parks and RecreationDepartmentProposed FY14 User FeesJune 13, 20131
    • 2. 2009 Council Directive November 23, 2009 meeting, Councildirected staff to: Form subcommittee of stake holders todiscuss and recommend Parks & Recreationuser fees Expand Field Redevelopment fees to includerentals Implement a Resident/Non-Resident feedifferential (50% now; 100% at next review) Insure that recommended fees in these areaswould not jeopardize hosting of tournaments2
    • 3. Differential between resident and non-resident fees (currently 100% of selected offerings) Instruction programs (swimming, waterfitness, tennis, etc.) Lincoln Center/SWCC membership andrentals Pavilion rentals Race equipment rentals Swimming pool rentals3
    • 4. Changes to the FY14 FeeSchedule Parks & Recreation Fee Schedule Parks & Recreation Advisory Boardreviewed and approved the proposed feeschedule (7-0) at their March 12, 2013meeting4
    • 5. Changes to the FY14 FeeSchedule General clean-up Removal of Conference Center Moving of items into proper categories Corrections for past clerical errors Addition of WPC Festival Site Change in vendor commissions tosingle percentage Cemetery space fees increase of 10% Inclusion of new Burial Fees5
    • 6. Changes to the FY14 FeeSchedule Aquatics Addition of WSI Classes Swim Team $15 increase due to expansionof program to include TAAF competition Removal of “Themed” Pool Parties Water Aerobics & Lap Swimming changedto a “punch pass” system CSISD fees for Aquatic use set atstandard 50% of regular rate6
    • 7. Changes to the FY14 FeeSchedule Increase of $10 in Youth Flag Football tocover Field Redevelopment Fee Expansion of Game Day Parking Feelocations City Hall; Conference Center; Wayne SmithBaseball Parking Lot Actual RV spots at WPC Festival Site tocome as a package plan later in Summer7
    • 8. FY14 Fee Schedule% Recovery Policy Full Fee Support (80% - 100%) Enterprise operations such as cemetery,licenses and permits Partial Fee Support I (50% - 80%) Adult sports programs Partial Fee Support II (20% - 50%) Youth programs and activities Minimal Fee Support (0% - 20%) Parks, community events, cultural programsand activities8
    • 9. FY14 Fee Schedule% Recovery – Recreation Fund Youth Sports (20% - 50%) FY12 Actual = 29.43% FY14 Proposed = 32.51% Adult Sports (50% - 80%) FY12 Actual = 60.87% FY14 Proposed = 46.86% Instruction (20% - 50% youth & seniors; 50% -80% adults) FY12 Actual = 40.73% FY14 Proposed = 46.57 Aquatics (20% - 50%) FY12 Actual = 41.55 FY14 Proposed = 44.84% Rec/Com Centers (0% - 20%) FY12 Actual = 10.79% FY14 Proposed = 9.5%9
    • 10. Parks and RecreationDepartmentDISCUSSION10
    • 11. FY14 Fee Schedule% Recovery – Recreation Fund FY 2012 Actual FY 14 Proposed Youth Sports Expenses $ 381,330.32 Expenses $ 339,269.00 (20% - 50%) Revenue $ 112,240.80 Revenue $ 110300.00 Recovery % 29.43% Recovery% 32.51% Adult Sports Expenses $ 356,189.56 Expenses $ 412,884.00 (50% - 80%) Revenue $ 216,834.93 Revenue $ 192,725.00 Recovery % 60.87% Recovery% 46.86% Instruction (20% - 50% youth & seniors; 50% - 80% adults recovery) Expenses $ 213,460.92 Expenses $ 171,711.00 Revenue $ 86,947.00 Revenue $ 80,000.00 Recovery % 40.73% Recovery% 46.57% Aquatics Expenses $1,177,068.52 Expenses $ 1,067,901.00 (20% - 50%) Revenue $ 489,153.59 Revenue $ 478,800.00 Recovery % 41.55% Recovery% 44.84% Recreation Centers (0% - 20% recovery) Rec/Com Centers Expenses $ 693,022.96 Expenses $ 654,654.00 (0% - 20%) Revenue $ 74,806.67 Revenue $ 62,000.00 Recovery % 10.79% Recovery% 9.50%11
    • 12. Core Programs –Provide Community BenefitGreatest level of supportTier 1 Programs –ProvideCommunity/Individual BenefitGreater Portion of Direct costand indirect costs recoveredTier 2 Programs –Provide Individual BenefitMinimum public supportCost plus recovery for directcosts plus percentage ofindirect costsTier 3 Programs –Provide a Benefit to Non-Residents with little or nobenefit to the community atlarge. Cost plus recovery fordirect costs plus percentageof indirect costs.Learn to Swim Youth Athletics (CityPrograms)Youth Baseball – Select Facilitated ConcertsPublic Swim Youth Baseball - Recreational Youth Soccer – Select Facilitated TournamentsKids Klub Youth Soccer - Recreational Youth Softball – Select Non-Resident ActivitiesStarlight Music Series Youth Tackle Football Swim Team – AnnualCompetitiveChristmas in the Park Youth Softball - Recreational Adult CricketEXIT Teen Center Programs Xtra Education Program Adult SoccerLincoln Rec Center Programs Aquatic Programs Adult Ultimate FrisbeeSenior Services Programs Adult Athletics (City Programs) Aquatic Facility RentalsCity Hosted Tournaments Athletic Facility RentalsCSISD Programs Building RentalsHome School Programs12Priority of UseBased on Parks and Recreation Advisory BoardRankingsApproved by City Council on March 12, 2008~Sanctioned Tournaments are tied with their association tournaments and fall into the respective tier.

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