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1 1111 Departmental Budget Presentations

2 2 Expenditure Summary

3 3 Revenue Summary

4 44 Corporate Revenues

5 55 Corporate Expenditures

6 66 Council 2013 Budget

7 77 Council Expenditures by Type

8 8 Offices of the Mayor and City Manager Explanation of Changes  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vacancy management

9 99 Offices of the Mayor and City Manager 2013 Budget

10 10 Offices of the Mayor and City Manager Expenditures by Type

11 11 Finance Service Areas  Accounting and Financial Reporting  Budget and Financial Planning  Financial Administration  Information Technology  Investment, Cash and Debt Management  Payroll  Public Service Centre  Purchasing and Supply Management  Revenue Collection  Stores and Inventory Management

12 12 Finance Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Additional IT staffing to replace previously contracted out services (funding reallocated from capital and allowances)  Forced growth – increased software maintenance fees

13 13 Finance 2013 Budget

14 14 Finance Expenditures by Type

15 15 Human Resources Service Areas  Recruitment / Orientation  Health and Safety (employee safety, Worksafe BC, rehabilitation)  Learning and Development ( training, development)  Compensation (job evaluation, salary surveys)  Employee Relations (wellness, recognition)  Labour Relations (bargaining, contract interpretation, grievance, arbitration)  Strategic HR (policy development, administrative processes, statistics, demographics, succession planning, performance management, absence management)

16 16 Human Resources Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Reduced corporate training  Reduced GVLRA costs

17 17 Human Resources 2013 Budget

18 18 Human Resources Expenditures by Type

19 19 Sustainability Service Areas  Support energy, waste and GHG reductions in the community and organization  Develop basis for community and corporate climate adaptation actions  Monitor and report for community and corporate GHG initiatives and grants (e.g. CARIP, Smart tool…)  Develop sustainability policies and standards  Integrate sustainability criteria into strategy, decision-making and initiative at corporate and community levels  Support implementation of civic investment program  Develop and manage social policy initiatives (affordable rental housing and home ownership initiative, housing grants, strata conversion policy…)  Implement 120 Gorge and 710 Queens housing projects  Facilitate good neighbor arrangements

20 20 Sustainability Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vacancy management  One-time funding for Housing Strategy and Climate Action projects removed  Term position ended

21 21 Sustainability 2013 Budget

22 22 Sustainability Expenditures by Type

23 23 Legislative and Regulatory Services Service Areas  Corporate Officer role  Council support and administration  Bylaw enforcement  Business licensing  Corporate planning and performance measurement  Corporate policy development and bylaw reviews  Records management and public archives  Freedom of Information/Protection of Privacy administration  Property management  Liquor licensing administration  Corporate print and mail services  Protocol activities, including Twin City relations  Elections administration

24 24 Legislative and Regulatory Services Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Forced growth –Animal control contract –Postage –Property management lease expenses (more than offset by additional revenue)  Webcasting of Council meetings  Governance facilitation  Removal of Protocol budget for Victoria’s 150 th (both expenditures and funding)  Increased lease/rental revenue

25 25 Legislative and Regulatory Services 2013 Budget

26 26 Legislative and Regulatory Services Expenditures by Object

27 27 Victoria Conference Centre Service Areas  Convention and meeting sales of $1.3 million annually  Event servicing for approx 250 events annually  Facility maintenance of two convention centre facilities totaling 289,000 sq ft  Operation of 300 stall parkade (managed by Robbin’s Parking)  Property management and leasing of 12,865 sq of retail space (through Richmond Property Group and DTZ Leasing)

28 28 Victoria Conference Centre Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vacancy management

29 29 Victoria Conference Centre 2013 Budget

30 30 Victoria Conference Centre Expenditures by Type

31 31 Office of the City Solicitor Service Areas  Provide legal advice to Council, City Manager and staff  Appear as City's counsel in civil litigation  Prosecute breaches of City bylaws  Draft, revise and consolidate City bylaws  Negotiate, prepare and oversee execution of contracts, leases and agreements authorized by Council  Manage contracts with outside legal counsel

32 32 Office of the City Solicitor Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases

33 33 Office of the City Solicitor 2013 Budget

34 34 Office of the City Solicitor Expenditures by Type

35 35 Corporate Communications Service Areas  Public Engagement Planning and Delivery  Customer Service Initiative  Media Relations  Website and Social Media  Public Information (communications tools)  Issues Management  Internal Communications

36 Corporate Communications Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Term position ended

37 37 Corporate Communications 2013 Budget

38 38 Corporate Communications Expenditures by Type

39 39 Planning and Development Service Areas  Community Planning -City-wide and Local Area Policy -Heritage Policy, Programs and Applications -Urban Design  Development Services -Zoning/Rezoning -Development and Variance Permits -Current Policy and Regulatory Initiatives  Permits & Inspection Services -Building -Plumbing -Electrical -Signs

40 Planning and Development Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases

41 41 Planning and Development 2013 Budget Note: Funding for OCP and Downtown Core Area Plan implementation is included in Corporate Budgets

42 42 Planning and Development Expenditures by Type

43 43 Engineering and Public Works Service Areas  Land Development –Strata approvals, engineering inspections, development permit/variance reviews  Transportation Planning and Design –Develop transportation strategies, design and construct transportation capital projects and manage transportation infrastructure  Underground Utilities Planning and Design –Water, sewer and storm drain planning and engineering  Water, Sewer, Storm Drainage Operations –Construction and maintenance of water, sewer and storm drainage infrastructure  Geographic Information Systems and Asset Management –Information and assistance to other divisions; coordinating interdivisional initiatives  Parking –Operation of parkades, parking lots, on-street parking and enforcement

44 44 Engineering and Public Works Service Areas continued  Facility Planning and Maintenance –Manage capital projects, life-cycle planning, manage programs and ongoing maintenance of civic buildings  Waste Management and Custodial –Cleaning of streets, solid waste collections and janitorial services for civic buildings, graffiti removal  Roads, Bridges, Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, Pathways, Signs and Road Marking –Construction and maintenance  Street Lights and Traffic Signals –Installation and maintenance of traffic signals and electric systems  Vehicle Fleet Operations –Maintenance of vehicles and large equipment  Carpentry and Fabrication Shop –Construction and maintenance of all City-owned wood and metal structures  Public Works Support Services –Information and assistance to internal divisions and public including traffic control and 24 hour response to reported concerns

45 Engineering and Public Works Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vehicle fleet cost increases  Forced growth/New assets to maintain –Hydro –Bicycle lane line marking –Street furniture –City Hall emergency generator  Solid Waste new model

46 46 Engineering and Public Works 2013 Budget

47 47 Engineering and Public Works Expenditures by Type

48 Water Utility Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vehicle fleet cost increases  CRD bulk water rate increases  Additional investment in capital spending and reserves

49 49 Water Utility 2013 Budget

50 50 Water Utility Expenditures by Type

51 51 Sewer Utility 2013 Budget

52 Sewer Utility Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vehicle fleet cost increases  Additional investment in capital spending and reserves

53 53 Sewer Utility Expenditures by Type

54 54 Parks, Recreation and Culture Service Areas  Park Land and Natural Areas –Maintenance and upgrades of parks (including Beacon Hill), natural areas, flower beds, hanging baskets, sport fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, park washrooms, and public docks  Urban Forest –Planning and maintenance  City Boulevards –Maintenance and upgrades  Leaf and Branch Pick-up Programs  Ross Bay Cemetery –Maintenance and upgrades  Shoreline –Manage erosion, habitat, logs and public use

55 55 Parks, Recreation and Culture Service Areas continued  Crystal Pool and Fitness Centre  Royal Athletic Park and Sport Fields  Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena (City of Victoria use)  Community and Senior Centres  Public Art –Creation and maintenance  Special Events, Filming and Programming –Including Centennial Square and Cameron Band Shell  Grants –Festival investment, community and arts

56 Parks, Recreation and Culture Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vacancy management  Vehicle fleet cost increases  RAP – new baseball team  Victoria’s 150 th budgets removed (both expenditures and funding)  Forced growth/New assets to maintain –Cost of water –Strata fees –Fisherman’s Wharf Park

57 57 Parks, Recreation and Culture 2013 Budget

58 58 Parks, Recreation and Culture Expenditures by Type

59 59 Fire Department Service Areas  Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Responses  Fire Inspections, Fire Investigations, Public Education  Technical Rescue Services (community, regional and corporate employees)  Marine Firefighting Program  Fire Apparatus Maintenance – VFD Apparatus and Regional Fire Department Apparatus  Victoria Emergency Management Agency

60 Fire Department Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases  Vehicle fleet cost increases  Forced growth – WCB requirements

61 61 Fire Department 2013 Budget

62 62 Fire Department Expenditures by Type

63 Victoria Emergency Management Agency Explanation of Changes  CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)  WCB and LTD premium increases

64 64 Victoria Emergency Management Agency 2013 Budget

65 65 Victoria Emergency Management Agency Expenditures by Type


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