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Overview of 2011 Budgets. City of Shreveport. No Layoffs, No Furloughs. City of Shreveport. No Layoffs, No Furloughs $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves. City of Shreveport. No Layoffs, No Furloughs $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves Lowest Total Debt Since 1999. City of Shreveport.

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city of shreveport
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
city of shreveport3
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
city of shreveport4
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
  • Lowest Total Debt Since 1999
city of shreveport5
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
  • Lowest Total Debt Since 1999
  • 2% Increase For All Employees in 2011
city of shreveport6
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
  • Lowest Total Debt Since 1999
  • 2% Increase For All Employees in 2011
  • Zero Increase in Health Care Rates for Second Year in a Row
city of shreveport7
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
  • Lowest Total Debt Since 1999
  • 2% Increase For All Employees in 2011
  • Zero Increase in Health Care Rates for Second Year in a Row
  • Added 43 More Police Officers on the Streets
city of shreveport8
City of Shreveport
  • No Layoffs, No Furloughs
  • $10.9 Million in Operating Reserves
  • Lowest Total Debt Since 1999
  • 2% Increase For All Employees in 2011
  • Zero Increase in Health Care Rates for Second Year in a Row
  • Added 43 More Police Officers on the Streets
  • Added 12 More Firefighters
general fund
GENERAL FUND
  • Total of $213,683,500
  • Includes $10.9 million in Reserves (5.4%)
  • Sales Tax estimated to increase by 0.45% over estimated 2010 collections
  • All budgets include a 2% COLA for all non-elected employees.
general fund11
GENERAL FUND
  • EXECUTIVE OFFICE
    • Decreased by 8% in 2009
    • Decreased by 3% in 2010
    • Increased by 1% in 2011
    • Number of Combined Staff decreased from 18 in 1998 to 12 in 2011.
general fund12
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE

  • CITY ATTORNEY
    • Same dollar amount as 2010
    • Same number of staff as 2010
general fund13
GENERAL FUND

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

 CITY ATTORNEY

  • PROPERTY STANDARDS
    • Increase of 1% in 2011 budget
    • Increase number of staff from 28 to 31.
    • Decrease in Contractual Services due to increased compliance.
    • Increase in funding for demolition.
general fund14
GENERAL FUND

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

 CITY ATTORNEY

 PROPERTY STANDARDS

  • HUMAN RESOURCES
    • Current “Personnel” department
    • Includes $40k for city-wide training for employees.
    • Includes Maintenance Fee for Applicant Tracking System
    • Includes salary for 8 employees
general fund15
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE

 CITY ATTORNEY

 PROPERTY STANDARDS

 HUMAN RESOURCES

  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    • Moved to General Fund
    • Includes funding to replace non-operational servers
general fund16
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE

 CITY ATTORNEY

 PROPERTY STANDARDS

 HUMAN RESOURCES

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • PUBLIC ASSEMBLY AND RECREATION
    • Increase of 3% in 2011 budget
    • Includes funding to operate 5 pools
    • Includes funding for management agreement at Municipal Auditorium
general fund17
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR

 CITY ATTORNEY

 PROPERTY STANDARDS

 HUMAN RESOURCES

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • FINANCE
    • Increase of 1% in 2011 budget
    • Includes increase in fees to pay collection agencies
general fund18
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE

 PROPERTY STANDARDS

 HUMAN RESOURCES

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • POLICE
    • 2009 was lowest crime rate in 34 years
    • Increase of 7% in 2011, mostly due to increase in mandated contribution to MPERS, $5 million increase from 2009
    • Includes $1.65 million in funding for 48 marked cars, two prisoner vans and six unmarked cars
general fund19
GENERAL FUND

EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE

 HUMAN RESOURCES

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • FIRE
    • Increase of 6% in 2011 budget, mostly due to increase in mandatory contribution to FRS, $2.5 million increase from 2009
    • Includes funding for four medic unit re-mounts ($190k x 4 = $760k) and four battalion chief vehicles
    • Increased maintenance costs on equipment
general fund20
GENERAL FUND

EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE

 HUMAN RESOURCES  FIRE

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • PUBLIC WORKS
    • Increase of 9% in 2011 budget
    • Increase in Note Payable due to purchase of garbage packers
    • Includes revenue and expense of recycling fee
    • Increase in Materials and Supplies due to aging equipment
general fund21
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE

 HUMAN RESOURCES  FIRE

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PUBLIC WORKS

  • CITY COUNCIL
    • Increased by 1% in 2010 budget
    • Increases by 3% in 2011 budget
    • Includes funding for re-apportionment process
general fund22
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR  CITY COUNCIL

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE

 HUMAN RESOURCES  FIRE

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PUBLIC WORKS

  • CITY COURTS
    • Increase of 2% in 2011 budget
    • Only includes Personal Services
    • City Courts maintains a separate discretionary account exceeding $7.1 million
general fund23
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR  CITY COUNCIL

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE  CITY COURTS

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE

 HUMAN RESOURCES  FIRE

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PUBLIC WORKS

  • CITY MARSHAL
    • Increase of 2% in 2011 budget
    • Only includes Personal Services
    • City Marshal maintains a separate discretionary account exceeding $1.3 million
general fund24
GENERAL FUND

 EXECUTIVE OFFICE  SPAR  CITY COUNCIL

 CITY ATTORNEY  FINANCE  CITY COURTS

 PROPERTY STANDARDS  POLICE  CITY MARSHAL

 HUMAN RESOURCES  FIRE

 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PUBLIC WORKS

  • GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    • Increase in health care cost for retirees
    • Parking costs for employees
    • Increased costs for drug testing
    • Operating Reserves of $10.9 million (5.4%)
slide25

GENERAL FUND

RETAINED

RISK

internal service funds
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
  • RETAINED RISK FUND
    • Increases by 6% in 2011 budget, mostly due to increase in fund balance
    • Transfer from General Fund remains same as 2010 budget
slide27

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

RETAINED

RISK

GENERAL FUND

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

special revenue funds
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • METROPOLITAN PLANNING COMMISSION
    • 2010 budget included funding for Master Plan
    • Operating subsidy from City of Shreveport increases by 7%
    • Includes funding from Caddo Parish to purchase three vehicles
slide29

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

GENERAL FUND

2010 BUDGETS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

special revenue funds30
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
    • 0.6% increase in 2011 budget
    • Most funding from federal or state grants
    • Includes $796,100 Transfer from General Fund
    • Includes $379,900 in Indirect Costs back to General Fund
    • Includes $197,400 in Office Rent back to General Fund
slide31

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

special revenue funds32
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • RIVERFRONT DEVELOPMENT FUND
    • Casino revenues remain constant
    • 14% decrease in 2011, mostly due to decrease in fund balance
    • Includes $1.6 million in debt service payments
    • Transfer of $6.5 million to General Fund
    • Includes $994,800 in Civic Appropriations
    • Includes $1,745,000 transfer to Shreveport Convention Center Fund
    • Includes $1,687,100 transfer to Hotel Fund
    • Includes $300k transfer for Summer Jobs Program
slide33

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

GRANTS

special revenue funds34
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • GRANTS FUND
    • Carryover Funding of $8.9 million
    • COPS Grant - $3.3 million ($1.1M in 2011)
    • Energy Efficiency Block Grant - $1.97M
    • SAFER Grant - $1.1 million ($576k in 2011)
    • Added three index codes for Federal Narcotics, State Narcotics and Sex Offender Fees
slide35

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

GRANTS

special revenue funds36
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • SHREVEPORT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND
    • Fund balance at start of 2010 was $180,200, estimated to be $182,800 at end of 2011
    • Funds to be spent at discretion of Council
slide37

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

special revenue funds38
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  • DOWNTOWN ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT
    • 25% increase in 2011 budget, mostly due to increase in fund balance
    • Will allow for maintenance, operation and improvement of district with an emphasis on revitalizing the Red River District
slide39

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

GOLF

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • GOLF FUND
    • 20% decrease in 2011 budget
    • Revenues decreased by 8% at Querbes and 13% at Huntington
    • First Tee to continue to operate Jerry Tim Brooks course
slide41

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

AIRPORTS

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds42
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • AIRPORTS FUND
    • 9% increase in 2011 budget, mostly due to fund balance
    • Reserves at $5.3 million, with $1.4 million undesignated
slide43

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds44
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • WATER AND SEWERAGE FUND
    • Increase of 1% in 2011 budget
    • Fund Balance for 1-1-2010 was (1,673,200)
    • Estimated Fund Balance for 1-1-2011 is $120k
    • Includes $600k in funding for Water and Sewer main repairs.
    • Adds Deputy Director position
slide45

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds46
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • SPORTRAN FUND
    • Increases by 0.5% in 2011 budget
    • Operating subsidy/match increases by 6%
    • Subsidy from Bossier City decreases by 5%
    • Subsidy from State Of Louisiana decreases by 14%
slide47

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds48
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • DOWNTOWN PARKING FUND
    • 45% increase in 2011 budget, mostly due to increase in fund balance
      • Includes $418,300 for Contractual Services
      • Includes transfer to Capital Projects for construction of third floor on parking garage at Fant/Milam near Barnwell Center, Riverview Theater and Riverview Hall
      • Reserve of $179,300 for future parking projects
slide49

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

CONVENTION

CENTER

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds50
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • CONVENTION CENTER FUND
    • Fund will be effective as of 1-1-2011
    • Includes $1,745,000 in operating subsidy for the convention Center
    • Largest impact will be in financial statements
slide51

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

HOTEL

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

CONVENTION

CENTER

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

enterprise funds52
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  • HOTEL FUND
    • Revenue from Hotel Operations exceeds operating expenses, covers 85% of debt service for 2011
    • Includes only debt service for 2011 budget, which is reduced due to re-financing
    • Corrected fund balance in 2011 budget
slide53

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

DEBT

SERVICE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

CONVENTION

CENTER

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

HOTEL

debt service fund
DEBT SERVICE FUND
  • 16.7% decrease in 2011 budget, mostly due to payoff of 2001 GOB
  • Estimated to end 2011 with $58.3 million
  • Required reserve for one year of GOB is $22.3 million
  • Outstanding GOB as of EOY2010
    • $142.8 Million
    • Lowest GOB Debt since 1997
slide55

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

DEBT

SERVICE

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2010 BUDGETS

CAPITAL

IMPROVEMENTS

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

CONVENTION

CENTER

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

HOTEL

capital improvements fund
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND
  • Includes remaining balances and index codes on program summaries
  • Includes scope on all projects established after September 1, 2009
  • Includes 107 total projects
    • Including 8 added by amendment in 2010
    • Includes 3 new projects
      • One for Parking Garage
      • One in Airports
      • One in Sportran
slide57

ENTERPRISE FUNDS

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

METROPOLITAN

PLANNING

COMMISSION

GOLF

DEBT

SERVICE

RETAINED

RISK

AIRPORTS

COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL FUND

WATER

AND SEWERAGE

RIVERFRONT

DEVELOPMENT

2011 BUDGETS

SPORTRAN

GRANTS

DOWNTOWN

PARKING

CAPITAL

IMPROVEMENTS

SHREVEPORT

REDEVELOPMENT

AGENCY

CONVENTION

CENTER

DOWNTOWN

ENTERTAINMENT

DISTRICT

HOTEL