Parks and Recreation
Capital repair, replacement and improvements for parks, community centers, aquatics centers, other facilities and their surroundings.
Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Affairs Fiscal Year 2023 & 5-Year Total by Project
Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Affairs - Project Long Description & Year by Year Total
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Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Affairs Funding Source by Department & Project
Strategic Plan Objective & Initiative Impacts:
Impact on Poverty Obj. 2B (1,2) - REHABILITATE AND ENHANCE THE EXISTING HOUSING INVENTORY TO REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING.
- Number of homes served annually by energy efficiency grants, audits, and rebates to improve affordability and reduce homeownership housing costs. Target 6,000
- Number of homes rehabilitated and/or receiving emergency repair. Target 425
Impact on Poverty Obj. 2C (1-5) - FACILITATE AND ENCOURAGE THE CONSTRUCTION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS.
- Number of new affordable homes or rental units built through the Community Land Trust. Target 35
- Number of new homes built as a result of inclusionary housing programs. Target 60
- Number of Habitat for Humanity homes built by City employees. Target 10
- Number of down payment assistance grants awarded, creating pathways to home ownership. Target 125
- Secure funding for Purpose Built Community and redevelopment of an additional 200 dwelling units at the Orange Avenue Housing Complex.
Quality of Life Obj. 7A (1-5) - MAINTAIN A SAFE, ACCESSIBLE, WELL-MAINTAINED NETWORK OF PARKS, RECREATIONAL FACILITIES, GREENWAYS, AND TRAILS.
- Number of parks by 2024. Target 100
- Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park or open space. Target 100%
- Number of participants in City Parks and Recreation programs. Target 612,000
- Complete construction of Market District Park by 2024.
- Complete construction of the second Senior Center by 2024.