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City of Modesto FY 11-12 Proposed Budget Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2012-13 FY 12-13 Proposed Budget.

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1 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed Budget Fiscal Year FY Proposed Budget

2 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget The Parks, Recreation, & Neighborhoods Department Creates Community through People, Parks, Programs and Facilities through: Park maintenance – litter removal, mowing, irrigation, weed control, restroom cleaning, playground equipment maintenance, backflow testing Graffiti abatement and supervision of graffiti crews Tree maintenance and associated activities such as cycle pruning, mistletoe removal, tree removal, stump grinding Recreation facility management– ball fields, tennis courts, pools, & community centers Recreation programs like Aquatics and Jr. Giants Coordination of Volunteer Clean-ups three times a year After-School Programs in partnership with City Schools Operation of historical properties at the Mansion and Museum Operation of Modesto Centre Plaza and Three Municipal Golf Courses Sponsorship/Partnership of Community Events Manage Solid Waste contracts/recycling and composting programs Park planning, fund development, City facility rentals, and much, much more! FY Proposed Budget

3 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget FY Proposed Budget Eight divisions make up the Parks, Recreation & Neighborhoods Department. In FY 11-12, these divisions are supported through the work of staff positions (two of these position were vacant and frozen through FY 11-12). Proposed reductions will eliminate.50 positions in FY Positions Allocated by Fund: General Fund HUD –17.0 Centre Plaza – 7.25 Bldg. Services – 7.8 Solid Waste – 23.8

4 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed General Fund FY 12/13 Expenses by Division FY Proposed Budget

5 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY General Fund Budget Projected Budget Target$10,843,105 Unmet needs (restored funding)$ 320,036 Proposed Expenditures$11,163,141 4-Year Expense History w/ Proposed FY Proposed Budget

6 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Proposed FY 2012/13 Expense Budget– Non-General Fund HUD - $ 2,634,311 TRRP -$ 295,431 Solid Waste - $ 4,559,499 Carpenter Road Landfill - $ 523,713 Golf Fund - $ 2,298,424 Centre Plaza Operations $ 1,418,446 Building Services - $ 2,433,344 TOTAL$13,639,455 FY Proposed Budget

7 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Strategic Commitments Achievements in Over 300,000 people attended 1,200+ events at park rental locations (ball fields, picnic areas, etc) Locations prepped by Park employees both before and after events. New play equipment was installed at Tuolumne River Regional Park area B and Robertson Road park. Fund Development Activities fund PRN commitments to the Amgen Tour of California ($107,000) Holiday Parade ($12,000) Leisure Bucks ($25,000), Junior Giants ($7,500), Maddux Youth Center ($20,000), Elk Dog Park ($80,000). 3,500 volunteers partnered with the City to clear over 69 tons of trash and green waste; fill in 529 tons of sand and 360 cubic yards of bark in playgrounds; and cover more than 25,000 square feet of graffiti! Held monthly Paint Outs from March thru October. Added 3 more schools to the After School Programs for a total of 12 sites with over 900 enrolled students! FY Proposed Budget

8 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Strategic Commitments Achievements in , cont. Briggsmore Bridge almost complete, Mary Grogan Park Groundbreaking was May 4, 2012 Forestry crews pruned 12,566 trees, removed 1,108 trees, and ground 786 stumps throughout Registered over 1,500 participants and 300 softball teams for recreation classes through the City. Go Giants! 600 boys and girls are participating in the Jr. Giants program (grades K through 8th) through the City. Booked more than $24,000 in rental revenue for the McHenry Mansion. In process of renovating and updating the restrooms at the Senior Center to become ADA compliant. Lighting retrofits, a cool roof and solar panels to Center Plaza; expected to save operating costs of $40,000 each year FY Proposed Budget

9 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Challenges/Unmet needs for Fiscal FY Managing the increased vandalism and graffiti not only within the parks system but City wide. Parks and Community Forestry programs are widely popular but unable to meet the demands of our community due to the lack of staffing and equipment. Water rates have increased over the past six years while funding for water irrigation has decreased causing a 78% shortage in funding. FY Proposed Budget

10 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget FY Proposed Budget Challenges and Opportunities Park programs are widely popular but unable to meet the demands of our community due to the lack of staffing and equipment. ModestoNational Median Stockton Acres park land/ % of city area4.0%8.3%1.9% Acres park land per 1,000 residents Park playgrounds/ 10,000 residents Operational spending on parks/ resident From study published by The Trust for Public Land

11 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Study by Trust for Public Land 1,000 resident

12 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Unmet Needs added back into the budget Fill One Crewleader position in Parks Operations Increase Costs for Park Irrigation Increase funding for Graffiti Abatement program Funding for new theft deterrent system Fund Re-Organization in PRND FY Proposed Budget

13 City of Modesto FY Proposed Budget Questions? FY Proposed Budget


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