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  1. 1. City of Memphis AC Wharton, Jr., Mayor George M. Little, CAO Presentation by Maura Black Sullivan, Deputy CAO
  2. 2. City of Memphis - Facts • The City of Memphis, incorporated in 1826, is the largest city in the State of Tennessee, the county seat of Shelby County, and the 20th largest city in the US . • 343 square miles or 45% of the land area of Shelby County • 662,897 population (2010 census); over 1 million in metro area
  3. 3. Governmental Structure • Mayor – Council form of government established in 1968. • Mayor elected to 4 year terms and carries out the policies of the City • City Council is composed of 13 representatives, 6 at large and 7 single member districts; elected to 4 year terms; exercises legislative powers, approves budgets and establishes the tax rate • City’s operating divisions are organized under the direction of a CAO, who is appointed by the Mayor
  4. 4. City of Memphis Administrative Divisions • • • • • • • City Attorney Parks and Neighborhoods Engineering Information Services Public Works Finance General Services • Housing and Community Development • Human Resources • Planning and Development • Police Services • Fire Services
  5. 5. Boards and Commissions Mayor appoints citizens to serve • • • • • • MLGW MATA MHA DMC Convention Center Brooks Museum • Building Code Advisory Board • Public Library Board • Airport Authority • Land Use Control Board • And others
  6. 6. FY 13 Operating Budget - Expenditures Expenditure Category FY2012 FY2013 Personnel Services 413,868,243 422,574,409 Materials & Supplies 108,189,401 111,392,308 Capital Outlay 959,592 0 Grants and Subsidies 76,083,148 51,135,809 Inventory 225,300 38,350 Transfers Out 6,812,456 63,337,710 Transfers to other govts 55,237,285 Other 25,343 0 Total Expenditures 661,400,768 648,478,586 Authorized compliment 6,291
  7. 7. City Divisions and Responsibilities
  8. 8. FY 13 Operating Budget - Revenues Sources of Revenue FY2012 FY 2013 Local Taxes 435,795,557 425,357,522 State Taxes 55,003,505 53,845,114 Licenses and Permits 9,775,288 10,035,658 Fines and Forfeitures 18,500,000 13,161,600 Charges for Services 1,017,400 1,712,400 Use of Money and Property 673,151 467,151 Federal Grants 0 0 Other Revenues 23,860,911 3,241, 911 Transfers In 98,486,897 76,305,897 Total Revenue 643,112,709 648,478,586
  9. 9. City Attorney • Defends and prosecutes litigation on behalf of City; provides oversight of municipal processes; renders opinions and reviews ordinances, contracts, other legal documents • 772 litigations against the City in 2012; 1322 legal claims filed against City in 2012 • FY13 operating budget : 9,681,056 • FY13 personnel: 57
  10. 10. Community Enhancement – now in Public Works • Grounds maintenance; street sweeping; City Beautiful; Code Enforcement • 21,243 «weed » notices sent; 37,868 vacant lots mowed; 497 community cleanups • FY13 operating budget:* • FY13 personnel: * • * Moved to public works in FY 2013
  11. 11. Engineering • Provides planning, design and construction administration for all of City’s infrastructure (including the 4,000 plus miles of road); manages City’s capital projects; reviews private development proposals; traffic light division/road safety • 300,000 street name and traffic control signs; 6,750 city streets; 20,000 intersections; 830 traffic signals • FY13 operating budget: $ 8,307,885 • FY13 personnel: 117
  12. 12. Executive • Ensures city charter and ordinances are observed; promotes economic development, provides communication to citizens and employees; addresses citizen complaints and concerns; administers and coordinates operations of city government; auditing department; youth services; EMA; (will have contract compliance and intergovernmental relations) • FY13 operating budget: $5,017,227 • FY13 personnel: 34
  13. 13. Finance • Accounting records and financial reports; disbursement of payments to employees, retirees, vendors, contractors; procurement of materials, products, services; capital and operating budgets; debt management; effective management of tax and other revenue collection • Amount of debt managed; # of tax notices sent; # of alarm permits issued • FY13 operating budget: $4,765,458 • FY13 personnel: 72
  14. 14. Fire Services • Fire suppression; rescue services; environmental and hazmat response; emergency medical response; fire code enforcement; fire investigation; fire safety education • 56 fire stations; 3 air rescue units; 1,637 commissioned firefighters; 13,531 fire responses • FY13 operating budget: $ 153,827,876 • FY13 personnel: 1,742
  15. 15. General Services • Supports division of govt; ensures that the 352 plus publically owned facilites function properly (building maintenance); fleet maintenance; real estate; printing and mail; (will have parks maintenance and MVIB) • FY13 operating budget: $ 22,464,701 • FY13 personnel: 190
  16. 16. Housing and Community Development • Along with MHA develops affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization through Down Payment Assistance and rehab programs; improve development of neighborhoods and communities • FY13 operating budget: $5,824,548* • FY13 personnel: 5* * Does not include federal funds/positions
  17. 17. Human Resources • Addresses employee relations and employment functions; EAP program; training; labor relations; recruiting; health care and pension administration; job postings; compensation; testing • 22,160 applications received for 266 postings in 2012; 188 job offers extended; 9,225 hours of training provided; 317,624 health insurance claims processed; Contigent workers 77 • FY13 operating budget: $ 7,179,978 • FY13 personnel: 43
  18. 18. Information Services • Supports the technology needs of the divisions; application development; help desk maintenance; system security • 6,848 desktops/laptops serviced; 1,800 miles of citywide fiber optic network; 3,552 service request calls; 3,862 telephones supported • FY13 operating budget: $ 15,265,670 • FY13 personnel: 17
  19. 19. Parks (will be part of Parks and Neighborhoods) • Management and maintenance of museums, entertainment venues, green spaces, recreations and sports facilities; • 5,387 acres of park land; 39 walking trails; 109 playgrounds; 17 aquatic sites; 8 golf courses; 24 community centers; 7 special centers; 7 tennis centers • FY13 operating budget: $ 43,383,875 • FY13 personnel: 504
  20. 20. Police Services • Preventing, reducing, solving crime; addressing illegal drug activity; enforcing traffic laws; providing specialized support with canine, harbor, air support, mounted patrol and tactical units; 911 service; • # of precincts; # of uniformed officers; # of vehicles in fleet; # of calls dispatched for service in 2012 • FY13 operating budget : 237,631,227 • FY13 personnel: 2932
  21. 21. Planning and Development • A joint City/County agency; Land Use, Comprehensive and Historical planning; zoning; Landmarks Commission; Community Redevelopment Agency; Office of Construction Code Enforcement; SC Housing; • FY12 operating budget: $* • FY12 personnel: * *budget on county budget
  22. 22. Public Services and Neighborhoods (part of Parks and Neighborhoods for FY13) • Animal control; religious and multiculturel affairs; vehicle inspection (moving to GS); police conduct complaints (moving to legal); music commission; library services; second chance program; • # of calls for response by ACOs; # of animals sheltered in 2012; # of visitors to city libraries in 2012 • FY13 operating budget* • FY13 personnel* * Part of Parks and Neighborhoods in FY 2013
  23. 23. Public Works • Weekly collection of garbage and recycling; maintenance of streets, asphalt paving, pothole repair, care of streetlights, snow and ice removal; maintains sewer system, including 2 treatment plants; protects city with storm water program • 292,707 tons of solid waste disposed; 177,700 homes with curbside recycling; 83,500 streetlights; 3605 miles of sewer; 161 million gallons of wastewater treated per day • FY13 operating budget: $24,846,241 • FY13 personnel: 202
  24. 24. Mayor Wharton’s Priorities for Our City • Invest in our young people • Create safe and vibrant neighborhoods • Grow prosperity and opportunity for all • Advance a culture of excellence in government
  25. 25. BELIEVE Memphis
  26. 26. Data sources 1. The city of Memphis operating budget book, FY 2012. 2. Various city divisions through emails and phone calls.

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