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City Of Duluth Parks Budget

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City Of Duluth Parks Budget

  1. 1. PARKS AND RECREATION BUDGET 7% 2% 11% Administration Personnel (Full Time) Personnel (Part Time) 43% Personnel (Summer Hire) Passive Parks Tennis Courts 19% Athletic Parks Program Operation Landscape Maintenance 2% 3% 9% 4%
  2. 2. 2% Administration  Supports the department vehicles, office equipment, equipment maintenance, professional training and certifications.
  3. 3. 43% Personnel (Full Time)  Director  Administrative Officer  Office staff  Program Coordinator  Special Events/Seniors and Facility Coordinator  Athletic/Tennis Coordinator  Parks Maintenance
  4. 4. 43% Personnel (Full Time)  Supports 11 full time staff, 3 part time office-program staff, and seasonal summer staff.  National Park Guidelines is 6.25 – 10.5 acres of developed open space per 1000 population – 10 acres per 1000 population. Maintenance staff guidelines vary. The City does not meet the minimal standards of park maintenance employees per park acreage. Therefore, staff stretches to include the maintenance of the 36,000 sq ft Activity Building including a full size gymnasium.  43% of the budget is personnel, that are professionally educated and certified. Collectively, we successfully deliver 100% service to the community.
  5. 5. 4% Personnel (Part Time)  3 Part time office / program assistants  2 Part time summer maintenance staff
  6. 6. 9% Personnel (Summer Hire) Summer program hire expenditures are offset by revenues generated from the summer camp programs.
  7. 7. 3% Passive Parks  Taylor Park – to be completed by July 09  Church Street Park  Rogers Bridge Park  W.P. Jones Park  collectively 40 ½ acres  Reduced budget by $9,550.00 in the areas of facility maintenance, repair & utilities.
  8. 8. 2% Tennis Courts  W.P. Jones  Bunten Road  Reduced the budget by $8,930.00
  9. 9. 19% Active Athletic Parks  104 acres  Bunten Road  Scott Hudgens  Reduced the budget by $17,600.00
  10. 10. 11% Program Operations  Program Operations  Reduced budget by $8,500.00 in the area of equipment.  Supports * instructor fees, supplies and materials, equipment, senior programs, and supplies for program expansion.  Instructor fees are expenditures that are paid by the revenue they generate.
  11. 11. 7% Landscape Maintenance  Supports professional turf management of athletic fields, landscape areas and irrigation.  Reduced the budget by $25,060.00
  12. 12. How are we going to successfully deliver quality service on a reduce budget  The Department will do more for less.  The Department has eliminated outsourcing basic grounds maintenance services.  Compressed staff work week.  Staff is cross trained in all areas.
  13. 13. New areas of revenue  Senior Citizen Association  Program fees  Facility usage fees  Open Gym membership  Fitness Membership  Increased weeks of summer camp programming

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