Citywide Work Plan for Fiscal Year 2011
On October 26, 2010, the City Manager presented the Council with the Citywide Work Plan for FY 2011 (the current fiscal year).
That Work Session began the process of developing the City’s next biennial budget, covering Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013. Over the next six months, a series of City Council work sessions will be held to discuss various aspects of the City’s Budget. (Visit the Budget Calendar page for exact dates.)
Because of the instability of the economy and the State’s continuous budget problems, the budget planning process began early to give the community a clear picture of the services the City currently provides, in order to make more informed decisions for the future.
A few notes about the Citywide Work Plan:
- It is is organized in order of each department’s presentation at the work session (not alphabetically)
- Each department section begins with a summary page of its divisions and functional Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions
- Each department's work plan is a working document that describes baseline services and special projects.
- A list of all City commissions and their responsible departments is at the end of the packet.
The Work Plans are functional, working documents that reflect a snapshot in time of the personnel resources in each department. The FTE counts do not necessarily reflect budgeted positions that are currently vacant, nor seasonal or hourly positions that may not currently be in use.
You can download the 193-page Work Plan (PDF) here, or click a department below and go straight to that page.
Parks Recreation and Waterfront
Department of Health Services
Department of Information Technology
Housing and Community Services
Department of Finance
Planning and Development
Office of Economic Development
Office of the City Manager
If you have any trouble accessing this document, please contact Mary Kay Clunies-Ross at email@example.com or (510) 981-7008.