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File #: 21-1548    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearing/General Business Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/26/2021 In control: Parks & Recreation Commission
On agenda: 11/16/2021 Final action:
Title: Parks & Recreation Commission Work Plan Goals for FY2021/22
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REPORT TO PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION

SUBJECT
Title
Parks & Recreation Commission Work Plan Goals for FY2021/22

Report
BACKGROUND
Annually, the Parks & Recreation Commission considers three to five specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound goals and/or activities for the year. These are intended to focus Commission efforts and respond to community and City Council priorities within existing budget direction, resource limitations, and the purview of the Commission as set forth in the City Charter and City Code.

At each successive meeting, the Commission discusses the Work Plan and makes subcommittee assignments as necessary. Members then work toward goal completion and provide updates at the regular Commission meetings.

At the July 20, 2021 meeting, the Commission reviewed the Work Plan Goals for FY2020/21 and recommended approval of the Work Plan Goals for FY2021/22.

The Work Plan Goals for FY2021/22 include:

* Goal A: 1) Review park site and facility condition assessments (Kitchell, 2018) and recommend priority of community needs given levels of service and available resources. There are approximately $100M to $150M worth of aged infrastructure requiring renewals and replacements of various components and systems for park sites and buildings. 2) In addition, needs assessments for youth sports, aquatics, seniors as well as population growth statistics (Park and Recreation Facilities Development Impact Fee Studies (Willdan Financial Services, 2019) indicate the need for the acquisition and development of new parkland and amenities, and expansion of existing parks to meet the City's current level of service needs.

* Goal B: 1) Review and elicit community input on the existing City parks' rehabilitation projects based on the currently approved/funded Capital Improvement Program Budget and schedule; and, 2) review developer proposed schematic designs for new neighborhood parks to serve new residential development as completed p...

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