In July 2009, the Board of Supervisors adopted a comprehensive Business Plan for the City. This plan contains a series of objectives grouped into sections representing different aspects, or perspectives of the quality of life in Carson City. Additionally, a set of objectives has been adopted that speak to how Carson City government will operate.
Business Review for the August 5, 2010 Board of Supervisors Meeting (pdf)
City Operations Scorecard - period ending June 30, 2010 (pdf)
This briefing includes data for the period ending June 30, 2010.
Reviewing the Carson City Scorecard, a red indicator has been noted under the Safe and Secure Community perspective. One of the strategic objectives listed to support this quality of life perspective is "Property is safe from damage." The value of structures damaged as a result of fire has risen above the year-to-date level from one year ago. An explanation from Fire Chief Stacey Giomi is included in this report.
This month, staff will present the strategy map and scorecard for the perspective titled "A Clean and Healthy Environment" and "An Active and Engaged Community."
Strategic objectives under the Clean and Healthy Environment Perspective center on recycling, wastewater treatment and energy use. You will note that some of the key indicators or performance measures for these strategies include only current data, and in some cases, the data is still being collected by staff so the data field remains empty. Once the data is compiled, it will be included in future scorecard reports.
Strategic objectives under the Active and Engaged Community Perspective center on use of city facilities and recreation programs. You will note that most if not all of the indicators or performance measures for these strategies include only current (FY 2009/2010 and forward) data. There is no historical data available, which would normally serve as a target as we strive to increase participation and effectiveness of our programs. Targets for many of these measures will be developed over time.
Taxable sales graphs are included in this report and provide an indication whether the various categories of taxable sales are meeting our target of the same period one year ago.
FY 2010 period ending June 30 General Fund actual revenues and expenditures are also included in this report. Although the fiscal year has ended, there may be additional future revenues or expenses that will be recognized as FY 2009/2010 transactions. Thus, updated data for FY 2009/2010 will be presented in next months Business Review. Staff will provide the financial scorecard with FY 2010/2011 budgets during next months business review.
The current status of transportation projects are also included in this report.