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DEPARTMENT PRICING STRATEGY & FEE SCHEDULE City Council - Finance Committee March 12, 2012. Mission Statement. Fiestas Patrias Celebration. The Human Services and Recreation Department is responsible for: human services, recreation, neighborhood linkages and related activities

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Department pricing strategy fee schedule city council finance committee march 12 2012

DEPARTMENT PRICING STRATEGY & FEE SCHEDULE

City Council - Finance Committee

March 12, 2012


Mission statement

Mission Statement

Fiestas Patrias Celebration

  • The Human Services and Recreation Department is responsible for:

    • human services, recreation, neighborhood linkages and related activities

  • The Department is committed to:

    • building and maintaining partnerships to protect, promote and restore the personal welfare and well-being of residents and neighborhoods, especially those with limited resources


Key aspects of pricing strategy

Key Aspects of Pricing Strategy

Happy Feet For Kids

  • Council indicated preference to adjust user fees rather than eliminate programs

  • Applies to recreation programs

  • Modest fee increases over the next 1-4 years

  • Proposed Passport to Fun Youth Scholarship

    • Increases participation in leisure classes

  • Carries forward existing residency policy

  • Enhances programming opportunities


Key aspects of pricing strategy cont

Key Aspects of Pricing Strategy (cont.)

Jujitsu Class For Youth

  • Reduces reliance on the general fund

  • Continue to offer free or low cost leisure activities

  • Proposed to go into effect July 2012

  • Improved quality of programs:

    • Customer focus

    • Investment in staff

      Increased training opportunities

    • Marketing programs to community

      Creates broader awareness

      Uses needs assessment to direct services going forward


Current cost recovery

Current Cost Recovery

Olympic Style Boxing Class

  • Currently the Department recovers 10% of the costs for recreation services


Pricing policy comparison

Pricing Policy Comparison

Villa-Parke Youth Soccer League

Other municipalities similar in size and demographics of Pasadena have recovery rates of 25% to 40%


Core services

Core Services

Seniors Arts & Crafts Class

Fall Festival

“ESSENTIAL SERVICES”

  • programs, services and facilities the agency must provide and/or

  • are essential in order to capably govern the municipality

  • failure to provide a core service at an adequate level could result in negative consequence


Levels of benefit a customer receives

Levels of Benefit a Customer Receives

Afterschool Playground Program

  • Public services provide all users the same level of benefit (parks and community centers)

  • Merit services provide benefit to both the community and individual (classes)

  • Private services provide benefit to the individual and typically specialized (facility rentals)


Activity registration analysis

Activity Registration Analysis

Jefferson Park


Activity registration analysis1

Activity Registration Analysis

Summer Camp Analysis


Program pricing analysis summer camp

Program Pricing Analysis—Summer Camp

Flag Football Tournament

Arts and Crafts

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Program pricing analysis summer camp cont

Program Pricing Analysis—Summer Camp (cont.)

Toddler & Me Class


Proposed department cost recovery

Proposed Department Cost Recovery

Adaptive Recreation Program

  • Department proposes to increase its cost recovery to approximately 20% in 2012-13


Pasadena s passport to fun youth scholarship program

Pasadena’s Passport To Fun—Youth Scholarship Program

Yoga Class

  • Financial assistance for youth 17 and under

  • Qualification based on free and reduced lunch schedule

  • Policy to come before Rec & Parks Commission and Council in April 2012

  • Pricing recommendations include a tier structure:

    • Third Tier – Fees as Proposed

    • Second Tier -- 50% reduced price

    • First Tier – Free ( applies to camps, after school program and neighborhood camp or on emergency basis)


Capital maintenance and improvement funds

Capital Maintenance and Improvement Funds

Running Roses Track Meet

  • Capital Improvement Fund

  • Capital Maintenance Program


Questions

Questions


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