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May 10 2011

May 10, 2011

Facility Utilization, Fees & Programs


Purpose

Mission

Programs

Facilities & Usage Policies

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


Purpose

Mission

Programs

Facilities & Usage Policies

PRESENTATION OUTLINE




Purpose

Mission

Programs

Facilities & Usage Policies

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


To enhance the quality of life by eliminating the causes and consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Mission


Community Centers & After School Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


Community centers

East Orange consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

12050 E. Colonial Drive

Orlando, FL 32826

JohnBridges

445 W. 13th Street

Apopka, FL 32703

Maxey

830 Klondike Road

Winter Garden, FL 34787

Hal P. Marston

3933 W. D. Judge Drive, Suite B

Orlando, FL 32808

Holden Heights

1416 L.B. McLeod Road

Orlando, FL 32805

Taft

9450 S. Orange Avenue

Orlando, FL 32824

Southwood

6225 Brookgreen Avenue

Orlando, FL 32839

Lila Mitchell

5151 Raleigh Street

Orlando, FL 32811

Pine Hills

6408 Jennings Street

Orlando, FL 32818

Community Centers


Purpose consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Mission

Programs

Facilities & Usage Policies

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


Community Service Block Grant consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Family Self-Sufficiency Program

Comprehensive, long-term case management program

125% Poverty Guidelines

Employment Support Services

Job training and job placement assistance are provided to unemployed and underemployed low income citizens

Programs


Community Service Block Grant consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Tuition Assistance

Provides educational tuition to low-income citizens pursuing a career through vocational or post secondary training

Other Support Services

Provides career counseling, financial literacy, bus passes, and information and referrals to low-income citizens

Programs


Other Community Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Senior Services

- EHEAP

- Community Gardens

- Senior Clubs

Youth Services

Girl Scouts of Citrus Council

Kids Cafe’

Young Men of Distinction Program

Other Services

Computer Labs

GED/ESOL Classes

Weatherization Applications

Programs


Purpose consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


Rental Policies consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Orange County Administrative Regulation

County facilities can be used by the public on a “cost use” basis if

Facility is open and available

Space can accommodate the desired use

Not illegal or immoral activity

Facility can be used at no cost if the use will not require any additional or unscheduled janitorial, security, or staffing services

Facilities & Usage Policies


Rental Policies consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities & Usage Policies

  • Departments/Divisions having jurisdiction over facilities which lend themselves to use by the public are required to establish and set use policies and cost schedules

  • Policies and cost schedules are required to be uniformly applied


Rental Fee Waiver consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities & Usage Policies

  • Existing Criteria:

    • Federal Tax Exempt Non-Profit Status (501C3)

    • Non fundraising activity

    • Positive community interest and open to the general public at no cost


Proposed Criteria consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities & Usage Policies

  • Allow a fee waiver for fundraising activity under

  • the following criteria:

    • Must be a “Formal Partner” (MOU or License Agreement)

    • Verification of Net Proceeds

    • 100% Net Proceeds Utilized in Community

    • Approval by Division Manager or Department Director


Purpose consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


Mission consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities

Youth Programs

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


Background consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Established in 1989

Mission is to fund and monitor services for children and families

10 Member Board

Required a multi-dimensional strategy

Mission


Characteristics of NCF consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Family Support Model

One-Stop Centers

Work as a collaborative group

Family-Friendly hours of operation

Citizen Involvement

Allows flexibility in location and services

Mission


Core Services consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Health Services

Family Support

Child Care

Educational Enhancement

- NCF

- After School Zone (ASZ)

Programs


Mission consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities

Youth Programs

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


Our 13 ncf locations
Our 13 NCF Locations consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Apopka/Zellwood NCF

Bithlo/Christmas NCF

Eatonville NCF

Englewood NCF

Ivey Lane NCF

Lake Weston NCF


Our 13 ncf locations cont
Our 13 NCF Locations (Cont.) consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Oak Ridge NCF

Pine Hills NCF

Taft NCF

Tangelo Park NCF

Union Park NCF

West Orange NCF

Winter Park NCF


Mission consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Facilities

Youth Programs

PRESENTATION OUTLINE


Educational Enhancement -NCF consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


After School Zone consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

The Critical Middle Years Study

Highest incidence of neighborhood crime and drug use among middle school students between the hours of 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Educational Enhancement –


After School Zone consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Approved in 1999 by BCC

  • 26 Middle Schools

  • $3.2M 2009-2010

  • $2.6M 2010-2011


Educational Enhancement - ASZ consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


Purpose consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Purpose

  • Mission

  • Park Facilities Usage

  • After School/Summer Programs

  • Summary


PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Purpose

  • Mission

  • Park Facilities Usage

  • After School/Summer Programs

  • Summary


PURPOSE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Discuss community utilization of facilities, associated fees, and waivers

  • Discuss fees for summer and after school programs


PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Purpose

  • Mission

  • Park Facilities Usage

  • After School/Summer Programs

  • Summary


Mission consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

We Provide and Preserve Quality Parks and Recreation For All.


PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

  • Purpose

  • Mission

  • Park Facilities Usage

  • After School/Summer Programs

  • Summary


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Locations

  • Barnett Park

  • Bear Creek Rec. Complex

  • Bithlo Community Park

  • Cypress Grove Park

  • Capehart Park

  • Ft. Gatlin Rec. Complex

  • Goldenrod Park

  • Meadow Woods Park

  • Orlo Vista Park

  • Silver Star Park

  • South Econ Rec. Center

  • Renaissance Senior Center

  • Marks St. Senior Center

  • West Orange Rec. Center


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Operating Hours

  • Recreation Centers

    • Mon. – Sat., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    • Sun., 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    • Marks St. and Ft. Gatlin closed on weekends unless rented


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Services Offered

  • Programs For All Ages

  • Sports Programs

  • Health and Wellness Programs

  • Adaptive Recreation

  • After School and Summer Camps

  • Facility Provider


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Fees and Usage Policy

  • Rental fees based on room size

    • Small $25/hr.

    • Medium $50/hr.

    • Large $100/hr.

    • Ballroom $180-$190/hr.

    • Gymnasium $75/hr.


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Philosophy for Fee Assessments

  • Tax Revenues - Provide for the basic maintenance of the parks system including staff costs, equipment, facility maintenance, and development of new parks.

  • User Fees - Cost Recovery fee developed to address the cost of putting staff or public facilities at the exclusive service of an individual or a specific group.

  • Fee schedule in accordance with OMB standard procedures and approved by BCC.


Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

Fees and Usage Policy

  • Discounts and Waivers

    • Not-for-profit charities and tax exempt service organizations

    • Seniors and active military receive 25% discount.

  • Waivers during operating hours, excluding weekends and holidays.


  • Park Facilities Usage consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    Fees and Usage Policy

    • Discounts and Waivers (Cont.)

    • No discounts or waivers are available for labor charges, insurance requirements, Orlando Magic Rec. Centers, entry/admission fees, or group camping.

      • Waivers approved by Division Manager per Admin. Reg.

      • Admin. Reg. for County Departments


    PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Purpose

    • Mission

    • Park Facilities Usage

    • After School/Summer Programs

    • Summary


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Historical Overview

    • Programs prior to FY 2000

      • After School & Summer Camp

        • Rec. Centers and various Middle Schools

        • Middle and Elementary School Ages

      • Rec ‘N’ Roll

        • Mobile recreation to program deficient areas of the county

        • All ages


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Historical Overview

    • Programs FY 2000 to FY2003

      • Summer camp only to elementary age children.

      • Existing Parks and Rec. Centers.

      • Programs After FY 2003 - Increased


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    Current After School Programs

    • Rec Squad

      • Provided at Recreation Centers

      • Fee Based Program

      • Includes Holidays

    • Free Rec Squad (Pay for field trips)

      • Freedom Ministries Church (Grant Funded)

      • Grace St. Church (Grant Funded)

      • Willow St. Community Center

      • West Orange Recreation Center


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    Current After School Programs

    • Rec Zone

      • No Fee

      • Provided at Pavilions

      • Not offered on holidays


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Current Summer Programs

    • Camp Scooter

      • Provided at Recreation Centers

      • 9 weeks (June 13 –August 12)

      • Mon. – Fri.

      • 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      • Registrants selected by lottery

      • One Field Trip per week

      • Fee based program


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Current Summer Programs

    • Free Camp Scooter (Pay for field trips)

      • Freedom Ministries Church (Grant Funded)

      • Grace St. Church (Grant Funded)

      • Willow St. Community Center


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Program Locations

    Rec Squad/Camp Scooter Locations

    Free Rec Squad/Camp Scooter Locations

    Rec Zone Locations


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    Weekly Program Fees

    After School

    $30

    $20

    $15

    $7.50

    • Fee Category

    • Regular Fee

    • Reduced Lunch Discount

    • Free Lunch Discount

    • Food Stamp Discount

    • Summer Camp

    • $80

    • $60

    • $50

    • $25

    • Additional Child $75


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    After School Program Fees


    After School/Summer Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    Summer Camp Fees


    PRESENTATION OUTLINE consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • Purpose

    • Mission

    • Park Facilities Usage

    • After School/Summer Programs

    • Summary


    Summary consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency

    • The Division provides recreation programs and numerous facilities to meet the needs of our diverse community.

    • Fee waivers and discounts are provided for community utilization of facilities and programs for affordable accessibility.

    • The Division assesses fees for the exclusive use of facilities and services to individuals or specific groups.


    Purpose consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


    Community Centers & After School Programs consequences of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources through programs that assist, educate, and promote self-sufficiency


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