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  • Draft

    2016 Operating Budget Details

    and User Fees and Charges (Budget Book 2 of 4)

    November 2015

  • 2016 Operating Budget Table of Contents

    2016 Operating Budget Summary ............................... 1

    City Council ................................................................. 5

    Chief Administrative Office .......................................... 8 Fire Services ....................................................... 13 Emergency and Risk Management .................... 17

    Corporate Services ................................................... 20 City Clerk ............................................................ 21 Financial Services .............................................. 25 Property Services ............................................... 29 Facilities and Special Projects ........................... .33 Human Resources .............................................. 37 Corporate Information Services .......................... 41

    Legal Services ........................................................... 45

    Utility Services ........................................................... 50 Office of Utility Services Director ........................ 51 Engineering, Construction & Infrastructure ......... 55 Public Works ...................................................... 58 Transportation .................................................... 73 Environmental Protection ................................... 79 Waste Management ........................................... 83

    Community Services ................................................ 86 Administration ..................................................... 87 Recreation Facilities and Programs .................... 93

    Arts, Culture & Heritage ...................................... 99 Museum ............................................................ 102 Art Gallery ......................................................... 104 Library ............................................................... 106 Arenas .............................................................. 109

    Social Assistance.............................................. 113 Childrens Services and CSP ............................ 117

    Planning and Development Services ..................... 120 Planning and Geomatics/Mapping .................... 121 Housing ............................................................ 125 Peterborough Airport ........................................ 129 Building Services Division ................................. 133

    Financial Services - Other ...................................... 137 Capital Financing Costs .................................... 138 Property Taxation Costs ................................... 140 Other Expenditures ........................................... 142

    Transfers to Organizations for Provision of Services .............................................. 145 -Police Services ..................................................... 146 -Peterborough County/City Paramedics ................. 148 -Fairhaven .............................................................. 150 -County City Health Unit . 152 -Peterborough Economic Development .. .154 -Otonabee Region Conservation Authority ............ 156 -Peterborough Humane Society ............................. 158 -Primary Health Care ............................................. 160

  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    127,189,533 127,060,246 131,422,768 4,233,235 3.3%Tax Levy and Other Revenue

    112,339,108 114,105,165 117,697,960 5,358,852 4.8%Direct Revenue

    241,165,411 239,528,641 249,120,728 4.0% 9,592,087

    Summary of Gross Revenue & Expenditures

    Gross Expenditures

    656,595 590,867 580,955 -75,640-11.5%City Council 16,212,268 16,287,323 16,513,953 301,685 1.9%Chief Administrative Officer

    8,220,706 8,236,014 8,852,243 631,537 7.7%Corporate Services 1,762,707 1,755,371 1,862,181 99,474 5.6%Legal Services

    53,088,031 52,722,838 55,291,016 2,202,985 4.1%Utility Services 79,550,780 80,280,126 82,636,086 3,085,306 3.9%Community Services 21,996,315 22,958,870 22,811,543 815,228 3.7%Planning and Development Services 26,313,962 26,505,364 27,659,228 1,345,266 5.1%Financial Services - Other Financial 31,727,277 31,728,638 32,913,524 1,186,247 3.7%Transfers to Organizations For Provision of Services

    239,528,641 241,065,411 249,120,728 4.0% 9,592,087

    0 100,000 0Surplus (Deficit)

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Summary of Net Revenue & Expenditures 114,839,826 114,669,507 118,786,712 3,946,886 3.4%Tax

    12,349,707 12,390,739 12,636,056 286,349 2.3%Other

    127,189,533 127,060,246 131,422,768 3.3% 4,233,235

    Net Expenditures

    656,595 590,867 580,955 -75,640-11.5%City Council 15,865,584 15,941,973 16,160,963 295,379 1.9%Chief Administrative Officer

    6,788,910 6,761,988 7,193,923 405,013 6.0%Corporate Services-42,117 -253,052 73,127 115,244 273.6%Legal Services

    23,241,518 22,954,595 23,857,829 616,311 2.7%Utility Services 16,158,656 15,700,835 16,166,969 8,313 0.1%Community Services

    8,976,442 9,529,038 9,316,251 339,809 3.8%Planning and Development Services 23,816,668 24,005,364 25,159,228 1,342,560 5.6%Financial Services - Other Financial 31,727,277 31,728,638 32,913,524 1,186,247 3.7%Transfers to Organizations For Provision of Services

    127,189,533 4,233,235 3.3% 131,422,768 126,960,246

    Surplus (Deficit) 0 100,000 0

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  • `CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Description 2015 Approved 2015 Preliminary Actual 2016 RecommendedOver (Under)

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)

    2015 Budget $

    TAX LEVYResidentialResidential 77,630,845 77,515,736 80,697,913 4.0% 3,067,068Multiresidential 11,535,663 11,518,559 11,953,792 3.6% 418,129New Multi-residential 623,677 622,753 603,318 -3.3% -20,359

    89,790,185 89,657,048 93,255,023 3.9% 3,464,838

    Commercial Industrial & BusinessCommercialCommercial Class 18,093,283 18,066,461 18,325,990 1.3% 232,707Commercial Class New Construction 3,624,334 3,618,961 3,871,085 6.8% 246,751Commercial Class Vacant Units 184,793 184,520 197,321 6.8% 12,528Commercial Class Vacant Units New Construction 48,080 48,009 50,592 5.2% 2,512Commercial Class, Vacant Land 239,781 239,427 268,803 12.1% 29,022Commercial Class, Vacant Land New Construction 0 0 0 0.0% 0

    22,190,271 22,157,378 22,713,791 2.4% 523,520IndustrialIndustrial Class 2,475,836 2,472,165 2,436,565 -1.6% -39,271Industrial Class New Construction 49,095 49,023 49,117 0.0% 22Industrial Tax Vacant Units 46,684 46,615 44,204 -5.3% -2,480Industrial Tax Vacant Units New Construction 2,903 2,899 2,897 -0.2% -6Industrial Class, Vacant Land 31,077 31,031 24,210 -22.1% -6,867Industrial Class, Vacant Land New Construction 0 0 0 0.0% 0

    2,605,595 2,601,733 2,556,993 -1.9% -48,602

    OtherPipeline 237,055 236,653 243,490 2.7% 6,435Farm Property 16,513 16,488 17,202 4.2% 689Farm Land Awaiting Development 0 0 0 0.0% 0Managed Forest 207 207 213 2.9% 6

    253,775 253,348 260,905 9.80% 7,130

    Total Levied By Tax Rate 114,839,826 114,669,507 118,786,712 3.4% 3,946,886- 3 -

  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Approved 2015

    PreliminaryActual

    2016Recommended

    Variances 2015 - 2016 BudgetOver (Under) Over (Under)

    2015 Budget %

    Description

    2015 Budget $Corporate Revenues SummaryCorporate Revenue

    34,807 34,800 13,300 -21,507Local Improvements -61.8% 900,000 900,000 900,000 0Municipal Supplementaries 0.0% 850,000 850,000 850,000 0Penalities and int on taxes 0.0%

    1,757,461 1,800,000 1,900,000 142,539Interest Earned 8.1% 125,000 125,000 141,500 16,500Exempt Garbage Levy 13.2%

    7,000 7,000 7,000 0Mun Levy - Rail Right-of-Way 0.0%

    3,674,268 3,716,800 3,811,800 137,532 3.7%

    Payment in Lieu of Taxes 301,446 301,446 307,939 6,493Payments in Lieu-Canada 2.2% 188,770 188,770 246,909 58,139Payments in Lieu-MTAA 30.8%

    69,234 69,234 73,283 4,049Ontario Reality Corporation 5.8% 102,622 102,622 103,976 1,354Payments in Lieu-Ont Hydro 1.3%

    11,361 11,361 11,716 355Liquor Control Board of Ont 3.1% 954,072 954,072 1,031,170 77,098Prov Min of Natural Resources 8.1% 336,740 336,740 340,629 3,889Peterborough Utilities Comm 1.2% 247,409 247,409 246,834 -575Parking Dept -0.2%

    2,450 2,450 2,450 0Pbo Kinsmen Club 0.0% 476,175 476,175 477,375 1,200Mun Act S 157 Trent University 0.3% 303,150 303,150 317,925 14,775Mun Act S 157 SS Fleming 4.9%

    37,050 37,050 37,050 0Mun Act S 157 Heads and Beds 0.0%

    3,030,479 3,030,479 3,197,256 166,777 5.5%

    Other Corporate Revenue 5,232,000 5,232,000 5,443,000 211,000Dividends 4.0%

    149,460 149,460 0 -149,460Reserves & Reserve Funds -100.0% 7,000 2,000 2,500 -4,500Unclassified revenue -64.3%

    76,500 80,000 81,500 5,000US Bank Revenue 6.5% 180,000 180,000 100,000 -80,000Surplus -44.4%

    5,644,960 5,643,460 5,627,000 -17,960-0.3%

    12,349,707 12,390,739 12,636,056 2.3% 286,349- 4 -

  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    City CouncilExpenditures

    656,595 590,867 580,955 -11.5% -75,640Mayor's Office and Council

    656,595 580,955 590,867 -75,640-11.5%Net Requirements

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    N/A

    City Council

    101-111

    Council

    Statement of Purpose:

    City Council is the governance body of the municipal corporation and fulfills the responsibilities established for Council in the Municipal Act, 2001, and any other relevant legislation.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 City Council budget includes remuneration for the Mayor and Members of Council and a staff position.

    It also includes the Citys annual corporate membership fees for organizations such as the Association of Municipalities of Ontario and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The Council consists of a Mayor and ten Councillors. The meeting process for conducting Council, Committee of the Whole, Planning Committee, Audit Committee and Budget Committee meetings is established by Council in its procedural by-law.

    The wards are as follows:

    Ward 1 - OtonabeeWard 2 - MonaghanWard 3 - TownWard 4 - AshburnhamWard 5 - Northcrest

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    City Council

    ExpendituresPersonnel 545,074 484,996 467,563 -77,511-14.2%Contractual 47,940 47,940 47,940 0 0.0%Materials, Supplies 23,640 23,765 23,762 122 0.5%New Equipment 4,080 4,080 4,080 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 39,035 33,260 40,810 1,775 4.5%Recoveries -3,174 -3,174 -3,200 -26 0.8%

    656,595 590,867 580,955 -11.5% -75,640

    656,595 580,955 590,867 -75,640-11.5%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Chief Administrative OfficerExpenditures

    468,487 459,363 471,763 3,276 0.7%Office of Chief Administrative Officer

    15,430,050 15,517,296 15,713,673 283,623 1.8%Fire Services

    313,731 310,664 328,517 14,786 4.7%Emergency Management

    16,212,268 16,287,323 16,513,953 1.9% 301,685Revenues

    315,084 314,400 321,390 6,306 2.0%Fire Services

    31,600 30,950 31,600 0 0.0%Emergency Management

    346,684 345,350 352,990 1.8% 6,306

    468,487 459,363 471,763 3,276 0.7%Office of Chief Administrative Officer

    15,114,966 15,202,896 15,392,283 277,317 1.8%Fire Services

    282,131 279,714 296,917 14,786 5.2%Emergency Management

    Net Requirements

    15,865,584 16,160,963 15,941,973 295,379 1.9%

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Office of Chief Administrative OfficerExpenditures

    468,487 459,363 471,763 0.7% 3,276Office of Chief Administrative Officer

    468,487 471,763 459,363 3,276 0.7%Net Requirements

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    N/A

    Chief Administrative Office

    101-121

    Administration

    Statement of Purpose:

    The position of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), according to Section 229 of the Municipal Act, 2001, is responsible for exercising general control and management of the affairs of the municipality for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective operation of the municipality.

    The City of Peterborough Council adopted By-law 15-039 that provides further direction to the CAO as permitted by the Municipal Act, 2001.

    Highlights:

    The Office of the CAO provides leadership and oversight to each of the Citys Departments on key projects and on daily activities as required.

    The CAOs Office is also responsible for the direct oversight of Fire Services, Emergency Management and the Citys corporate policy co-ordination.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The CAOs Office is involved with the Work Plans established in every Department. Departmental submissions provide further details.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Office of Chief Administrative Officer

    ExpendituresPersonnel 445,229 445,308 448,483 3,254 0.7%Contractual 1,730 1,780 1,730 0 0.0%Materials, Supplies 6,600 3,900 7,200 600 9.1%Travelling, Training 30,853 24,300 30,550 -303-1.0%Recoveries -15,925 -15,925 -16,200 -275 1.7%

    468,487 459,363 471,763 0.7% 3,276

    468,487 471,763 459,363 3,276 0.7%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Fire ServicesExpenditures

    13,660,803 13,746,899 13,968,963 308,160 2.3%Fire Administration and Suppression 1,119,247 1,120,397 1,094,709 -24,538-2.2%Support Services

    650,000 650,000 650,000 0 0.0%Fire Hydrants

    15,430,050 15,517,296 15,713,673 1.8% 283,623Revenues

    315,084 314,400 321,390 6,306 2.0%Fire Administration and Suppression

    315,084 314,400 321,390 2.0% 6,306

    13,345,719 13,432,499 13,647,573 301,854 2.3%Fire Administration and Suppression 1,119,247 1,120,397 1,094,709 -24,538-2.2%Support Services

    650,000 650,000 650,000 0 0.0%Fire Hydrants

    Net Requirements

    15,114,966 15,392,283 15,202,896 277,317 1.8%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Fire Services

    Chief Administrative Office

    101-611, 613, 615

    Fire Services, Suppression, Inspection, Hydrants

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide fire protection services including suppression, public fire and life safety education, training, communications, fire prevention and Fire Code inspections, and fire cause determination/investigations.

    Highlights:

    The men and women of Peterborough Fire Services (PFS) provide fire suppression and public fire and life safety services to the residents of Peterborough utilizing the three lines of defense as recognized by the Fire Protection and Prevention Act (FPPA). Fire protection under these three lines of defense includes (i) Public Education, (ii) Fire Safety Standards and Enforcement and (iii) Fire and Emergency Response.

    Approximately 85.7% of the PFS Operating Budget is applied to salaries and benefits. PFS staff includes a Fire Chief and Deputy Fire Chief, Manager of Staffing and Logistics, 1.6 Admin. Assistant - (CUPE L126), and 93 Firefighters - (PPFFA L169).

    In 2016, PFS will continue to focus on succession planning as several senior officers are eligible/scheduled to retire.

    PFS will continue to provide fire and emergency dispatch/communication services to all eight neighbouring municipalities within Peterborough County.

    Northumberland County Council has supported the request for Peterborough Fire Services to be their single point dispatch centre for the seven Fire Departments within Northumberland County. Each lower tier municipalities will now pass motions to proceed with a five year agreement. We are expecting this

    agreement to be in place in the fourth quarter of 2015 with start of service being provided during the first quarter of 2016.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Fire/Explosion 434 458 460

    Rescue 80 49 50

    Motor Vehicle Collisions 308 331 350

    False Alarms/Malicious 29 30 30

    Alarm-No Fire 630 723 725

    Public Hazard 184 40 80

    Medical Call 1,799 1,997 2,100

    Public Service 441 476 480

    Assist Other Agencies 55 140 150

    Miscellaneous 208 223 230

    Total 4,168 4,467 4,655

    Fire Loss $950,725 $1,644,146 $1,800,000

    Dispatch Calls for County of Peterborough

    3,364 3,807 3,950

    Response Statistics

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Fire Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 13,224,232 13,265,044 13,398,934 174,702 1.3%Contractual 1,002,070 1,003,070 997,808 -4,262-0.4%Materials, Supplies 126,150 135,671 137,271 11,121 8.8%Repairs, Maintenance 371,800 407,500 279,000 -92,800-25.0%Fees 70,303 70,541 71,933 1,630 2.3%Transfer to Own Funds 14,000 14,000 14,000 0 0.0%Inter-departmental Charges 0 168,726 168,726 0.0%New Equipment 57,540 57,540 60,300 2,760 4.8%Travelling, Training 65,955 65,930 67,300 1,345 2.0%Contributions to Reserves 498,000 498,000 518,400 20,400 4.1%

    15,430,050 15,517,296 15,713,673 1.8% 283,623

    RevenuesCounty and Other Municipal grants & fees 22,000 22,000 22,000 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 293,084 292,400 299,390 6,306 2.2%

    315,084 314,400 321,390 2.0% 6,306

    15,114,966 15,392,283 15,202,896 277,317 1.8%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Emergency & Risk ManagementExpenditures

    313,731 310,664 328,517 14,786 4.7%Emergency & Risk Management

    313,731 310,664 328,517 4.7% 14,786Revenues

    31,600 30,950 31,600 0 0.0%Emergency & Risk Management

    31,600 30,950 31,600 0.0% 0

    282,131 279,714 296,917 14,786 5.2%Emergency & Risk ManagementNet Requirements

    282,131 296,917 279,714 14,786 5.2%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Emergency and Risk Management

    Chief Administrative Office

    101-617

    Emergency and Risk Management

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Emergency and Risk Management Division is responsible for plans, procedures, training and education to ensure the coordination of response and recovery efforts among government, the private sector and non-government organizations during complex emergencies. This is a legislated requirement under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act. The Division is also responsible for the corporate insurance and risk management program, including the acquisition of property, equipment and vehicle insurance, risk management training and programs, and the management of incident reports and handling of claims brought against the City.

    Highlights:

    In 2016, the Emergency and Risk Management Division will work toward comprehensive levels of emergency preparedness and resiliency, based on identified community hazards and risks. Corporate and Divisional Business Continuity Plans will be reviewed and updated to ensure continuity of critical services and business operations during natural, technological or human-caused emergencies or disruptions.

    The City's insurance portfolio will be reviewed to ensure appropriate coverage for all City assets and competitive pricing. All incident reports and claims will be reviewed and handled in accordance with best practices and case law.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    In 2015, the City achieved compliance with the legislative requirements set out under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.

    A total number 342 incidents were reported by October 2015, of which 88 resulted in claims brought against the City. By comparison, there were a total of 395 incident reports and 107 claims in 2014.

    #Staff/ Members

    Training Sessions

    Exercise/ Drills

    Comm. Partner

    Participation

    Emergency Control Group Exercise

    50 - 2 -

    Public Inquiry Centre (PIC)

    60 2 2 -

    Emergency Social Services (ESS)

    90 1 1 -

    Airport ECG Exercise

    30 - 1 45

    Business Continuity 25 1 1 -

    Nuclear Car Wash Training (Platoons)

    84 4 - -

    CAN/WARN - Severe Weather

    4 - - 44

    Long Term Care Facility Evacuation

    5 2 4 75

    Public/Community Partners Education

    2 6 - 125

    Basic Emergency Management

    15 1 - 15

    Incident Management

    100 4 - 15

    Critical Incident Stress Management

    20 3 - 12

    Event

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Emergency & Risk Management

    ExpendituresPersonnel 316,364 316,364 336,532 20,168 6.4%Contractual 40,500 38,500 39,500 -1,000-2.5%Materials, Supplies 49,424 49,400 49,425 1 0.0%Repairs, Maintenance 5,890 5,000 6,000 110 1.9%Travelling, Training 22,460 21,400 23,160 700 3.1%Recoveries -120,907 -120,000 -126,100 -5,193 4.3%

    313,731 310,664 328,517 4.7% 14,786

    RevenuesCounty and Other Municipal grants & fees 30,100 30,100 30,600 500 1.7%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 1,500 850 1,000 -500-33.3%

    31,600 30,950 31,600 0.0% 0

    282,131 296,917 279,714 14,786 5.2%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Corporate ServicesExpenditures

    875,755 875,494 1,008,735 132,980 15.2%City Clerk

    2,711,101 2,701,608 2,892,533 181,432 6.7%Financial Services

    1,694,715 1,766,983 1,875,243 180,528 10.7%Property Services

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 17,187 1.7%Human Resources

    1,767,090 1,681,484 1,883,762 116,672 6.6%Corporate Information Services

    141,765 141,945 144,503 2,738 1.9%Facilities and Special Projects

    8,220,706 8,236,014 8,852,243 7.7% 631,537Revenues

    282,030 294,100 328,490 46,460 16.5%City Clerk

    311,263 311,864 406,956 95,693 30.7%Financial Services

    759,274 788,833 842,606 83,332 11.0%Property Services

    79,229 79,229 80,268 1,039 1.3%Corporate Information Services

    1,431,796 1,474,026 1,658,320 15.8% 226,524

    593,725 581,394 680,245 86,520 14.6%City Clerk

    2,399,838 2,389,744 2,485,577 85,739 3.6%Financial Services

    935,441 978,150 1,032,636 97,195 10.4%Property Services

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 17,187 1.7%Human Resources

    1,687,861 1,602,255 1,803,494 115,633 6.9%Corporate Information Services

    141,765 141,945 144,503 2,738 1.9%Facilities and Special Projects

    Net Requirements

    6,788,910 7,193,923 6,761,988 405,013 6.0%

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Office of the City ClerkExpenditures

    875,755 875,494 1,008,735 132,980 15.2%City Clerk - Administration

    875,755 875,494 1,008,735 15.2% 132,980Revenues

    282,030 294,100 328,490 46,460 16.5%City Clerk - Administration

    282,030 294,100 328,490 16.5% 46,460

    593,725 581,394 680,245 86,520 14.6%City Clerk - AdministrationNet Requirements

    593,725 680,245 581,394 86,520 14.6%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Clerk's office

    Corporate Services

    101-161

    Administration, Election

    Statement of Purpose:

    This activity reflects expenditures and revenues to support the Clerks Office functions including: agenda preparation and distribution, and meeting minute taking, for all meetings of Council and Standing Committees of Council and some local boards and advisory committees; municipal elections; marriage licenses, including some ceremonies; lottery licenses; business licenses; burial permits; freedom of information requests; records management, processing insurance claims and road closure applications.

    Highlights:

    Municipal election expenses are funded from the Election Reserve. There is a $180,000 contribution made to the Election Reserve each budget year. Continuing to set aside funds annually, will cover the cost of the 2018 election (or by-elections, as necessary).

    The budget includes a new full time Records Management position. The position has been funded in capital for four years, however the ongoing nature of records management necessitates a permanent position to guide the corporation in its records management obligations.

    The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) introduced a new revenue gaming model where revenue is calculated using net values, not gross revenues. The City of Peterborough experienced a reduction in revenue in 2013 as a result of this change, however the OLG continues to introduce new games to increase revenues, which has resulted in an increase of $30,000 in revenue in 2016.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Number of Council and Committee Meetings

    121 120 120

    General Licenses Issued 568 543 545

    Group Home Licenses 32 31 31

    Lottery Licenses Issued 166 183 183

    Marriage Licenses Issued 457 500 500

    Deaths 1,173 1,120 1,150

    Insurance Claims (all types) 70 107 95

    By-laws Processed 181 180 180

    Commissioning Documents 685 688 650

    Road Closure Applications 27 30 30

    Freedom of Information Requests

    92 100 100

    Marriage Ceremonies 47 35 45

    Service Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Office of the City Clerk

    ExpendituresPersonnel 594,652 594,652 716,720 122,068 20.5%Contractual 9,930 9,930 20,575 10,645 107.2%Materials, Supplies 110,481 111,220 111,815 1,334 1.2%Fees 1,300 1,300 1,350 50 3.8%Travelling, Training 9,575 8,575 9,075 -500-5.2%Contributions to Reserves 180,000 180,000 180,000 0 0.0%Recoveries -30,183 -30,183 -30,800 -617 2.0%

    875,755 875,494 1,008,735 15.2% 132,980

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 16,500 28,690 36,500 20,000 121.2%Licenses & Permits 265,530 265,410 291,990 26,460 10.0%

    282,030 294,100 328,490 16.5% 46,460

    593,725 680,245 581,394 86,520 14.6%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Financial ServicesExpenditures

    2,711,101 2,701,608 2,892,533 181,432 6.7%Financial Services

    2,711,101 2,701,608 2,892,533 6.7% 181,432Revenues

    311,263 311,864 406,956 95,693 30.7%Financial Services

    311,263 311,864 406,956 30.7% 95,693

    2,399,838 2,389,744 2,485,577 85,739 3.6%Financial ServicesNet Requirements

    2,399,838 2,485,577 2,389,744 85,739 3.6%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Director/Financial Services

    Corporate Services

    101-131/132/134/150/151

    Financial Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To fulfill the statutory duties of the Treasurer; provide financial advice to Council and other Departments; provide accounting, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and collections services to all Departments; and administer the property taxation revenue function, operating and capital budget and Corporate Customer Service Delivery including the support of the AAC and implementation of the AODA.

    Highlights:

    This activity includes the office of the Director of Corporate Services and the Financial Services Division.

    In recognition of the on-going work of the Accessibility Compliance Coordinator, the recovery from capital for the position has decreased from 50% in 2015 to 25% in 2016 in an effort to phase-in the cost of the position to the Operating Budget.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Number of Unique Requests 165,312 176,000 167,000

    Number of Return Visits 78,531 86,200 82,000

    Total Number of Pages Visited 334,821 355,000 350,000

    Recreation Program Registrations

    1,012 997 1,100

    Parking Ticket Payments 8,073 6,754 7,000

    Compost Orders / Large Article Collection

    56 95 75

    PMC Tickets Sales 18,620 20,000 22,000

    Mobile Devices 29,400 51,000 60,000

    Social Media / Twitter - 2,500 4,200

    Customer Service Statistics On-line Services

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Financial Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 2,713,908 2,723,385 2,928,058 214,150 7.9%Contractual 98,205 93,805 95,705 -2,500-2.5%Materials, Supplies 72,175 68,350 70,675 -1,500-2.1%Repairs, Maintenance 1,500 1,500 1,500 0 0.0%Fees 12,000 3,200 12,000 0 0.0%New Equipment 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 31,955 30,010 33,595 1,640 5.1%Contributions to Reserves 50,000 50,000 25,000 -25,000-50.0%Recoveries -271,642 -271,642 -277,000 -5,358 2.0%

    2,711,101 2,701,608 2,892,533 6.7% 181,432

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 145,343 145,944 263,124 117,781 81.0%Contributions From Capital Fund 165,920 165,920 143,832 -22,088-13.3%

    311,263 311,864 406,956 30.7% 95,693

    2,399,838 2,485,577 2,389,744 85,739 3.6%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Property ServicesExpenditures

    998,247 1,015,997 1,077,701 79,454 8.0%City Buildings and Police Station Properties 629,668 673,186 721,741 92,073 14.6%Rental Properties

    66,800 77,800 75,800 9,000 13.5%Queen Alex

    1,694,715 1,766,983 1,875,243 10.7% 180,528Revenues

    678,988 708,547 760,606 81,618 12.0%Rental Properties 80,286 80,286 82,000 1,714 2.1%Queen Alex

    759,274 788,833 842,606 11.0% 83,332

    998,247 1,015,997 1,077,701 79,454 8.0%City Buildings and Police Station Properties-49,320 -35,361 -38,865 10,455-21.2%Rental Properties-13,486 -2,486 -6,200 7,286-54.0%Queen Alex

    Net Requirements

    935,441 1,032,636 978,150 97,195 10.4%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Property

    Corporate Services

    154/155/157/159/168/608/699

    Buildings and Property

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide for the ongoing and preventative maintenance of various City facilities, and manage certain building capital projects.

    Highlights:

    In the last two years, the responsibilities of the Property Division have grown. The Division has assumed: - Project management of certain major facility capital projects such as the Transit, Social Services, Art Gallery; - The role of property management for City facilities in terms of maintaining the facility, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, coordinating small renovations and repairs; - Management of a large number of residential homes purchased for road widening; - Performing due diligence when any property is purchased that includes a building;

    The growth has provided support and cost savings to all City departments. Property staff understand the technical aspects of the buildings and can coordinate global tenders for services such as snow clearing, cleaning, and maintenance of common building elements such as elevators and fire suppression equipment.

    A new full time Maintenance Clerk to assist in a more efficient system of receiving and prioritizing requests, tracking work being done and logging the work completed has been included below the line.

    The Property Division operating budget includes a $50,000 increase for City Hall and Police Station snow clearing. This was

    previously done by Public Works (PW) staff and will free up PW staff to focus more on City streets and sidewalks. It also includes a $35,000 increase for Custodial Services. These increases are offset by new revenue of $25,000 for property management of the Simcoe Street Court House.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Properties Managed by Property Division:

    - Commercial Properties: 8 - City Hall, Police Station, Provincial Court, Market Hall, Queen Alexandra Community Centre, 610 Parkhill and PED, including the Information Centre

    - Residential Houses Leased and managed: 8

    - Residential Houses Leased and managed by HGH: 4

    - Farm Land rented and managed: 5

    - Residential Houses vacant: 19 - must be secured, monitored and maintained

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Property Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 262,150 262,150 266,083 3,933 1.5%Contractual 773,300 770,886 792,800 19,500 2.5%Materials, Supplies 22,500 22,500 26,500 4,000 17.8%Repairs, Maintenance 394,500 482,000 491,640 97,140 24.6%Fees 284,196 284,196 284,391 195 0.1%Inter-departmental Charges 0 0 33,318 33,318 0.0%New Equipment 0 5,500 3,000 3,000 0.0%Rentals 9,180 13,188 13,188 4,008 43.7%Travelling, Training 4,500 4,500 6,500 2,000 44.4%Contributions to Reserves 44,292 53,716 91,122 46,830 105.7%Recoveries -99,903 -131,653 -133,300 -33,397 33.4%

    1,694,715 1,766,983 1,875,243 10.7% 180,528

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 759,274 788,833 842,606 83,332 11.0%

    759,274 788,833 842,606 11.0% 83,332

    935,441 1,032,636 978,150 97,195 10.4%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Facilities & Special ProjectsExpenditures

    141,765 141,945 144,503 2,738 1.9%Facilities & Special Projects Administration

    141,765 141,945 144,503 1.9% 2,738

    141,765 141,945 144,503 2,738 1.9%Facilities & Special Projects AdministrationNet Requirements

    141,765 144,503 141,945 2,738 1.9%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Facilities and Special Projects

    Corporate Services

    101-608

    Facilities, Special Projects

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide project development and implementation to various departments within the City to support larger capital/planning projects. as required.

    Highlights:

    In 2016, the priorities for capital initiatives included project management for:

    The Peterborough Public Library renovation and expansion project design, tendering and construction. The temporary relocation of the library which includes renovations to the temporary site, move and storage of excess materials. Completion of the Trent sport field project (proposed fields opening June 1, 2016). Design of the new arena complex - replacement project for the Northcrest Arena. Development and construction of two new picnic pavilions in public parks. The implementation of the Little Lake Master Plan study recommendations with the construction of shoreline rehabilitation in selected areas of Little Lake. This project is a cooperative initiative with ORCA.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Functions fulfilled by this activity in 2015 included project management of: 1. Completion of the west end splash pad at the Kinsmen Civic Centre;

    2. Detailed design study for the Peterborough Public Library Expansion project;3. Completion of a feasibility study for a new Arena Complex that identifies site location and partners;4. Design and construction for the Trent sport field project;5. Oversight of the new storage systems for the Art Gallery of Peterborough (AGP), temporary storage of the AGP collections, and assistance to the AGP to secure temporary accommodations during building renovations; and,6. Design and construction of a new park washroom/change facility in King Edward Park.

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Facilities & Special Projects

    ExpendituresPersonnel 140,595 140,595 142,703 2,108 1.5%Contractual 0 400 400 400 0.0%Materials, Supplies 0 150 100 100 0.0%Travelling, Training 1,170 800 1,300 130 11.1%

    141,765 141,945 144,503 1.9% 2,738

    141,765 144,503 141,945 2,738 1.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Human ResourcesExpenditures

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 17,187 1.7%Human Resources

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 1.7% 17,187

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 17,187 1.7%Human ResourcesNet Requirements

    1,030,280 1,047,467 1,068,500 17,187 1.7%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Human Resources

    Corporate Services

    101-171

    Administration

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Human Resources Division provides various human resource programs and services to the Corporation.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 requested level of funding maintains the 2015 level of service for corporate human resources expenses such as employee testing/medicals, recognition programs, training, and health and safety programs.

    A portion of Human Resources expenses is charged out to other departments whose operating costs can be partially recovered from other funding sources such as Social Services subsidies and Building Permit fees.

    Staff in the Human Resources Division are continuing to lead the way to reduce the use of sick leave by assisting managers in implementing the Attendance Awareness Program, ensuring the City obtains sufficient medical information for absences and actively securing positions for employees who require workplace accommodations, either on a temporary or permanent basis, when they return to work.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    For over five years, the City has experienced a high number of recruitment/selection activities. In 2014, we saw a small decline in the number of recruitment activities. The following chart illustrates HR's recruitment activities over this period.

    The higher trend for permanent positions is mostly due to age demographics and will continue as long-term, experienced

    employees reach the age of retirement. The high number of temporary postings is a result of the nature of the municipal workforce and seasonal positions. Such high activity requires a significant commitment of time and attention from the Human Resources Division and hiring departments.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Permanent Postings 78 70 86

    Temporary Postings 101 82 120

    Permanent Positions Filled 86 73 87

    Temporary Positions Filled 204 191 234

    Recruitment/Selection Activities

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Human Resources

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,055,918 1,055,918 1,074,521 18,603 1.8%Contractual 47,480 50,700 38,600 -8,880-18.7%Materials, Supplies 70,850 70,850 71,250 400 0.6%Fees 40,000 75,000 50,000 10,000 25.0%New Equipment 4,000 4,000 4,000 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 66,395 66,395 68,816 2,421 3.6%Recoveries -254,363 -254,363 -259,720 -5,357 2.1%

    1,030,280 1,068,500 1,047,467 1.7% 17,187

    1,030,280 1,047,467 1,068,500 17,187 1.7%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Corporate Information ServicesExpenditures

    1,767,090 1,681,484 1,883,762 116,672 6.6%Corporate Information Services

    1,767,090 1,681,484 1,883,762 6.6% 116,672Revenues

    79,229 79,229 80,268 1,039 1.3%Corporate Information Services

    79,229 79,229 80,268 1.3% 1,039

    1,687,861 1,602,255 1,803,494 115,633 6.9%Corporate Information ServicesNet Requirements

    1,687,861 1,803,494 1,602,255 115,633 6.9%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Corporate Information Services

    Corporate Services

    101-133

    Corporate Information Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide market competitive, technology based products and services in a secure environment that contributes to improving services, and/or reducing costs, for the Corporation of the City of Peterborough.

    Highlights:

    The contractual line in the budget represents the Citys share of Peterborough Technology Services ( PTS) operating expenditures. This includes corporate applications, servers, and technical staff that are shared by the City and Peterborough Utilities Services. Examples include the UNIX server that hosts the financial management system and other key applications, and technical staff that are shared by both organizations. Corporate applications include the Fire Dispatch System, Building and Permit System, Tax System, and Recreation System.

    Information Technology costs are charged to City Departments if an activity either receives a fee for the service they provide (i.e. the Building Division receiving fees for building permits), or if there is funding provided by an external organization that is related to the cost of providing services (i.e. Social Services receives funding from the Province).

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The increase of individual applications or systems that are supported is one of the significant growth areas over the past five years. This signals that City staff are finding new and improved ways to use technology to meet their business needs. To date, this has been absorbed with minimal or no growth of IT staff

    resources; however, the current rate of growth cannot be sustained with current resource levels. Staff are reviewing their approach to this "high needs" area and ways to continue to provide support to City projects.

    In addition to the Capital investment to add new Corporate applications there is also an ongoing operating cost of approximately 25% for annual maintenance and support.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Remote Offices in Wide Area Network

    24 25 26

    Networked Computers Supported

    907 907 915

    Communication/Remote Access Servers

    1 1 1

    Application/File Servers 80 81 84

    Systems and Applications Supported

    85 91 96

    Support Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Corporate Information Services

    ExpendituresContractual 2,636,337 2,550,304 2,754,823 118,486 4.5%Materials, Supplies 137,140 137,960 138,660 1,520 1.1%Repairs, Maintenance 4,000 4,000 4,000 0 0.0%New Equipment 2,000 2,500 3,000 1,000 50.0%Contributions to Reserves 15,000 15,000 15,000 0 0.0%Transfer to Capital Fund 51,893 51,000 58,268 6,375 12.3%Recoveries -1,079,280 -1,079,280 -1,089,989 -10,709 1.0%

    1,767,090 1,681,484 1,883,762 6.6% 116,672

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 79,229 79,229 80,268 1,039 1.3%

    79,229 79,229 80,268 1.3% 1,039

    1,687,861 1,803,494 1,602,255 115,633 6.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Legal ServicesExpenditures

    521,551 510,525 570,975 49,424 9.5%Office of the Solicitor 1,241,156 1,244,846 1,291,205 50,049 4.0%Provincial Offences Act Office

    1,762,707 1,755,371 1,862,181 5.6% 99,474Revenues

    30,600 30,000 30,325 -275-0.9%Office of the Solicitor 1,774,224 1,978,423 1,758,729 -15,495-0.9%Provincial Offences Act Office

    1,804,824 2,008,423 1,789,054 -0.9% -15,770

    490,951 480,525 540,650 49,699 10.1%Office of the Solicitor-533,068 -733,577 -467,524 65,544 12.3%Provincial Offences Act Office

    Net Requirements

    -42,117 73,127-253,052 115,244 273.6%

    2016 Note: The $1,758,729 Budgeted Revenues for POA is comprised of Gross Budgeted POA Revenues ($2,312,000) less the County's share of POA Net revenues ($553,271)

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Office of the City Solicitor

    Legal Services

    101-181

    Office of the City Solicitor

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Office of the City Solicitor (OCS) provides a range of legal services to the Corporation, its boards and agencies, City Council, the CAO and City staff. Legal advice is provided on issues related to planning and land development; real estate transactions; by-law drafting; labour and employment; social services including housing; and advocacy before administrative tribunals and the courts on municipal related matters.

    Highlights:

    The OCS manages a varied caseload, with increasing emphasis on planning, housing, community services, Airport contractual arrangements and corporate holdings. For 2016, staff will be involved with numerous land acquisitions relating to road widening and other capital projects.

    Staff is part of the Risk Management Committee and work closely with the Insurance and Risk Management Coordinator on claims management involving litigation and insurance coverage for contractual and other risk management documents.

    Specialized areas of law such as human relations, labour negotiations and complex planning/OMB/litigation matters are typically outsourced.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)New Files Opened - Opinion/Document Review

    216 254 262

    Land Registrations (includes tax arrears certificates)

    144 120 100

    Real Estate Closings 25 16 21

    Real Estate Files 40 35 40

    Site Plans Prepared/Ongoing Review

    81 75 75

    Subdivision/Developments Reviewed

    8 7 7

    Rental Properties Administered 20 20 18

    Litigation Files 11 17 20

    OMB 4 3 5

    By-law Prosecution Files 9 19 15

    Legal Services Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Office of the City Solicitor

    ExpendituresPersonnel 562,744 552,793 610,605 47,861 8.5%Contractual 3,500 3,500 3,570 70 2.0%Materials, Supplies 18,200 18,300 18,900 700 3.8%Fees 10,000 8,500 10,000 0 0.0%New Equipment 3,000 3,500 3,500 500 16.7%Travelling, Training 19,175 19,000 21,400 2,225 11.6%Recoveries -95,068 -95,068 -97,000 -1,932 2.0%

    521,551 510,525 570,975 9.5% 49,424

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 30,600 30,000 30,325 -275-0.9%

    30,600 30,000 30,325 -0.9% -275

    490,951 540,650 480,525 49,699 10.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Provincial Offences Office

    Legal Services

    101-183

    Provincial Offences Office

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Provincial Offences Office is responsible for administration, courtroom support and municipal prosecution of Provincial Offences Act (POA) offences as well as municipal by-laws within the City and County of Peterborough. The POA office ensures compliance with the Act, the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of the Attorney General and the Inter-municipal Service Agreement.

    Highlights:

    Net revenues are divided between the City and County of Peterborough based on the prior year's relative weighted assessment. The County's share for 2016 is 54.2%, up from 54% in 2015. The City's share is 45.8%.

    The number of charges issued is the primary driver of the POA Court system, however the Court has no influence on the number of charges issued by enforcement agencies. The charges laid are based on the type of offences that occur and the enforcement resources available to address those offences. POA revenues are generated by payment of fines and it is anticipated that fine revenue will remain constant.

    Staff negotiated a three year lease extension with the Ministry of the Attorney General for its continued use of 70 Simcoe Street. Since that building is owned by the City, a POA Facility Needs Study has been budgeted for $25,000 in 2016's Capital Budget.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    In 2014, the collection of defaulted fines decreased by 3% and charges filed by 2%.

    2013 2014 2015Defaulted Fines $1,206,266 $1,161,777 $1,226,712Collected

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Federal Part 1 & Part 3 136 129 66

    Part 1 Tickets 18,464 18,715 19,203

    Parking 6,849 6,403 6,504

    Part 3 Informations 1,906 1,426 1,464

    Totals 27,355 26,673 27,237

    Charges Filed

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    POA Office

    ExpendituresPersonnel 683,597 686,986 737,455 53,858 7.9%Contractual 333,540 333,540 332,405 -1,135-0.3%Materials, Supplies 44,170 44,170 43,770 -400-0.9%Repairs, Maintenance 500 500 500 0 0.0%Fees 86,277 86,277 83,255 -3,022-3.5%Inter-departmental Charges 41,437 41,437 42,300 863 2.1%New Equipment 1,000 1,001 1,000 0 0.0%Rentals 35,000 35,000 33,000 -2,000-5.7%Travelling, Training 15,635 15,935 17,520 1,885 12.1%

    1,241,156 1,244,846 1,291,205 4.0% 50,049

    Revenues

    2,400,000 2,712,000 2,312,000 -3.7% -88,000Fine Revenue

    -1,158,844Net Municipal Share -1,467,154 -1,020,795 138,049-11.9%

    625,776 733,577 553,271 -11.6% -72,505County Allocation

    -533,068 -467,524-733,577 65,544-12.3%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Utility ServicesExpenditures

    720,001 720,551 727,525 7,524 1.0%Office of the Utilities Services Director

    3,484,669 3,483,749 3,657,168 172,499 5.0%Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure Planning

    11,024,803 10,836,518 9,650,013 -1,374,790-12.5%Public Works

    17,409,136 17,424,566 17,604,265 195,129 1.1%Transportation

    11,233,075 11,269,229 13,726,034 2,492,959 22.2%Environmental Protection

    9,216,347 8,988,225 9,926,012 709,665 7.7%Waste Management

    53,088,031 52,722,838 55,291,016 4.1% 2,202,985Revenues

    380,300 380,300 312,829 -67,471-17.7%Office of the Utilities Services Director

    1,978,073 1,979,723 2,066,649 88,576 4.5%Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure Planning

    2,837,135 2,730,464 1,523,788 -1,313,347-46.3%Public Works

    8,572,100 8,405,767 8,704,065 131,965 1.5%Transportation

    11,173,805 11,189,739 13,171,806 1,998,001 17.9%Environmental Protection

    4,905,100 5,082,250 5,654,050 748,950 15.3%Waste Management

    29,846,513 29,768,243 31,433,187 5.3% 1,586,674

    339,701 340,251 414,696 74,995 22.1%Office of the Utilities Services Director

    1,506,596 1,504,026 1,590,518 83,922 5.6%Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure Planning

    8,187,668 8,106,054 8,126,225 -61,443-0.8%Public Works

    8,837,036 9,018,799 8,900,200 63,164 0.7%Transportation

    59,270 79,490 554,228 494,958 835.1%Environmental Protection

    4,311,247 3,905,975 4,271,962 -39,285-0.9%Waste Management

    Net Requirements

    23,241,518 23,857,829 22,954,595 616,311 2.7%- 50 -

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Office of Utility Services DirectorExpenditures

    720,001 720,551 727,525 7,524 1.0%Office of the Utilities Services Director

    720,001 720,551 727,525 1.0% 7,524Revenues

    380,300 380,300 312,829 -67,471-17.7%Office of the Utilities Services Director

    380,300 380,300 312,829 -17.7% -67,471

    339,701 340,251 414,696 74,995 22.1%Office of the Utilities Services DirectorNet Requirements

    339,701 414,696 340,251 74,995 22.1%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Office of Utility Services Director

    Utility Services

    101 352

    Administration

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Utility Services Department directs, manages and coordinates the construction and maintenance of all public infrastructure in the City (except for water treatment/distribution and the electrical systems), for the benefit of City residents, business people and visitors, through the following Divisions:

    Engineering and Construction Public Works Environmental Protection Waste Management Infrastructure Planning; and Transportation

    Highlights:

    The Administration Work Program outlines the Departmental focus for 2015.

    Ensuring the completion of major road reconstruction/ construction projects and various environmental assessments/ evaluations together with guiding and co-coordinating works in all the Departmental Divisions will consume much of the Directors time.

    The Director will also support and coordinate the Departmental involvement in corporate initiatives.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Successful completion of the Work Program items.

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Office of Utility Services Director

    ExpendituresPersonnel 387,846 387,846 395,975 8,129 2.1%Contractual 0 500 0 0 0.0%Materials, Supplies 1,250 1,000 1,250 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 5,905 6,205 5,300 -605-10.2%Contributions to Reserves 325,000 325,000 325,000 0 0.0%

    720,001 720,551 727,525 1.0% 7,524

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 80,000 80,000 0 -80,000-100.0%Contributions From Capital Fund 300,300 300,300 312,829 12,529 4.2%

    380,300 380,300 312,829 -17.7% -67,471

    339,701 414,696 340,251 74,995 22.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure PlanningExpenditures

    1,185,931 1,187,581 1,263,984 78,053 6.6%Engineering and Construction Administration 1,478,534 1,479,484 1,543,346 64,812 4.4%Streetlight Maintenance

    820,204 816,684 849,837 29,633 3.6%Infrastructure Planning

    3,484,669 3,483,749 3,657,168 5.0% 172,499Revenues

    1,185,931 1,187,581 1,263,984 78,053 6.6%Engineering and Construction Administration 792,142 792,142 802,665 10,523 1.3%Infrastructure Planning

    1,978,073 1,979,723 2,066,649 4.5% 88,576

    1,478,534 1,479,484 1,543,346 64,812 4.4%Streetlight Maintenance 28,062 24,542 47,172 19,110 68.1%Infrastructure Planning

    Net Requirements

    1,506,596 1,590,518 1,504,026 83,922 5.6%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Engineering & Construction, Infrastructure Planning

    Utility Services

    101-351, 352, 353, 356

    Administration

    Statement of Purpose:

    To prioritize, co-ordinate and manage the maintenance, rehabilitation and development of the Citys road and related infrastructure, sidewalk, conveyance sewer system and stormwater management facilities.

    Establish and improve the Capital Asset Management Plan (CAMP) to aid in the best management practices for the City's capital assets.

    To provide engineering review of development applications and growth management plans.

    To maintain the Citys street light infrastructure.

    Highlights:

    Information and condition of infrastructure assets is collected and used as input to the capital program development. Work of this nature is ongoing, allowing staff to utilize the information to create proactive maintenance programs necessary to minimize life cycle costs of the sewer system.

    Through the CAMP approach, the programming and coordination of capital projects allows the City's infrastructure renewal process to make the best use of capital dollars.

    Efforts to reduce street light maintenance and operating costs will continue to be explored throughout the year with possible implementation practices in place. Significant increases in electricity costs have occurred resulting in higher street light expenses. The City currently has pilot programs in place for the use of low energy induction lighting and LED lighting. A

    consultant has critically reviewed all aspects of the Citys street lighting program providing staff with recommendations on appropriate lighting levels, light sources and maintenance regimes.

    Continue delivering the City's road and related capital budget through in-house design and contract administration efforts as well as the management of consulting engineers working at various stages of project planning and construction.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Successful completion of the various items listed in the Work Program.

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure PlanningExpenditures

    Personnel 1,841,280 1,841,280 1,942,888 101,608 5.5%Contractual 1,267,968 1,269,819 1,328,167 60,199 4.7%Materials, Supplies 22,780 22,580 23,066 286 1.3%Repairs, Maintenance 294,841 295,100 300,182 5,341 1.8%Fees 970 3,920 3,920 2,950 304.1%Inter-departmental Charges 0 4,755 4,755 0.0%New Equipment 11,500 11,500 11,500 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 45,330 39,550 42,689 -2,641-5.8%

    3,484,669 3,483,749 3,657,168 5.0% 172,499

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 320,849 320,849 356,880 36,031 11.2%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 159,979 159,979 134,798 -25,181-15.7%Licenses & Permits 3,300 3,300 3,300 0 0.0%Contributions from WWRF 58,305 58,305 0 -58,305-100.0%Contributions from FRMP Capital levy Reserve 58,305 58,305 0 -58,305-100.0%Contributions From Capital Fund 1,377,335 1,378,985 1,571,671 194,336 14.1%

    1,978,073 1,979,723 2,066,649 4.5% 88,576

    1,506,596 1,590,518 1,504,026 83,922 5.6%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Public WorksExpenditures

    201,621 187,199 183,811 -17,810-8.8%Administration - Fleet Services 70,515 70,515 70,515 0 0.0%Administration - Yard

    2,256,881 2,249,000 2,286,248 29,367 1.3%Winter Control - Roads 640,968 608,500 698,709 57,741 9.0%Winter Control - Sidewalks 472,953 486,000 505,485 32,532 6.9%Pavement 836,777 912,500 934,607 97,830 11.7%Street cleaning 286,661 285,000 289,888 3,227 1.1%Right of Way 211,847 202,000 212,620 773 0.4%Surface Drainage 516,918 508,000 81,152 -435,766-84.3%Storm Sewers

    1,458,631 1,381,100 296,231 -1,162,400-79.7%Sanitary Sewer 163,377 154,600 170,691 7,314 4.5%Weed Control

    91,000 91,000 91,000 0 0.0%Larviciding & Monitoring 768,618 774,600 777,119 8,501 1.1%Recoverable Work

    1,946,298 1,850,373 1,867,853 -78,445-4.0%Parks Maintenance 750,191 744,031 766,773 16,582 2.2%Forestry 351,547 332,100 417,311 65,764 18.7%Horticulture

    11,024,803 10,836,518 9,650,013 -12.5% -1,374,790Revenues

    222,421 187,199 183,811 -38,610-17.4%Administration - Fleet Services 70,515 70,515 70,515 0 0.0%Administration - Yard

    1,500 0 -1,500-100.0%Winter Control - Roads 200,000 200,000 81,152 -118,848-59.4%Storm Sewers

    1,458,631 1,381,100 296,231 -1,162,400-79.7%Sanitary Sewer 68,250 68,250 68,250 0 0.0%Larviciding & Monitoring

    768,618 774,600 776,629 8,011 1.0%Recoverable Work 44,200 45,800 44,200 0 0.0%Parks Maintenance

    1,500 1,500 1,500 0 0.0%Forestry 1,500 1,500 1,500 0 0.0%Horticulture

    2,837,135 2,730,464 1,523,788 -46.3% -1,313,347- 58 -

  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    -20,800 0 0 20,800-100.0%Administration - Fleet Services 2,255,381 2,249,000 2,286,248 30,867 1.4%Winter Control - Roads

    640,968 608,500 698,709 57,741 9.0%Winter Control - Sidewalks 472,953 486,000 505,485 32,532 6.9%Pavement 836,777 912,500 934,607 97,830 11.7%Street cleaning 286,661 285,000 289,888 3,227 1.1%Right of Way 211,847 202,000 212,620 773 0.4%Surface Drainage 316,918 308,000 0 -316,918-100.0%Storm Sewers 163,377 154,600 170,691 7,314 4.5%Weed Control

    22,750 22,750 22,750 0 0.0%Larviciding & Monitoring 0 0 490 490 0.0%Recoverable Work

    1,902,098 1,804,573 1,823,653 -78,445-4.1%Parks Maintenance 748,691 742,531 765,273 16,582 2.2%Forestry 350,047 330,600 415,811 65,764 18.8%Horticulture

    Net Requirements

    8,187,668 8,126,225 8,106,054 -61,443-0.8%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-301, 101-341 to 101-346

    Fleet Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide repair and maintenance services seven days a week on a 24-hour basis for all client groups. Emergency repairs are made on demand to ensure the performance of fleet units for essential services.

    Highlights:

    An overhead rate is charged on labour expended for the repair and maintenance of vehicles and equipment for all client groups. This rate is set to achieve the full recovery of Fleet Administration costs. The procurement of all USD vehicles and/or equipment is undertaken within this activity and assistance is provided to those client groups requesting it.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Public Works 205 233 238

    Sanitation 11 11 11

    Environmental Protection 27 27 27

    Arenas 13 14 14

    Fire 35 35 36

    Police 54 54 54

    Parking 5 5 5

    Transit 60 60 61

    PUC 139 147 153

    Trent University 22 22 -

    Engineering 1 1 1

    City Property Maintenance 4 4 4

    Waste Management 4 4 4

    Wellness Centre 1 1 1

    Fleming College - 1 1

    Total 581 619 610

    Inventory of Equipment for Client Groups

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Fleet

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,787,830 1,886,635 1,892,169 104,339 5.8%Contractual 295,254 288,754 296,773 1,519 0.5%Materials, Supplies 780,300 929,800 884,800 104,500 13.4%Repairs, Maintenance 1,146,000 934,671 1,031,667 -114,333-10.0%Fees 58,770 61,585 59,237 467 0.8%New Equipment 800 800 800 0 0.0%Rentals 6,400 9,092 7,897 1,497 23.4%Travelling, Training 11,800 11,800 11,800 0 0.0%Contributions to Reserves 1,351,550 1,436,583 1,436,583 85,033 6.3%Recoveries -5,237,083 -5,372,521 -5,437,915 -200,832 3.8%

    201,621 187,199 183,811 -8.8% -17,810

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 222,421 187,199 183,811 -38,610-17.4%

    222,421 187,199 183,811 -17.4% -38,610

    -20,800 0 0 20,800-100.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-302, 101-339 to 101-340

    Yard Administration and Recoverables

    Statement of Purpose:

    To capture all costs to administer Public Works operations including maintenance of the Townsend Street yard and to recover these costs through the application of an overhead rate that is applied to labour services, which are provided by Public Works operations.

    Highlights:

    Public Works provides operational services seven days a week, on a 24-hour basis. Emergency repairs are provided as needed.

    Services are provided to a wide client group including: Transit, Traffic, Parking, Waste Management, Engineering and Construction, and City Property. Construction and maintenance activities on the municipal Right of Way are provided for outside clients including: PUSI, Cogeco, Bell and others. Operation and maintenance activities for the client group are recovered at 100% of the cost.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    2015 data is provided by Geomatics/Mapping and was compiled as of May, 2015. Changes in 2015 data for Parkland and Road length are related to adjustments in the GIS for roads and boundary changes for Parkland.

    Funds are recommended in the 2016 Budget to meet existing levels of service.

    2013 2014 2015

    Lane Kilometres of Roads 945 945 945

    Kilometres of Sidewalks 376 383 386

    Number of Bridges 25 25 25

    Kilometres of Sanitary Sewers 362 364 366

    Kilometres of Storm Sewers 321 326 327

    Hectares of Parkland 347 347 349

    Kilometres of Trails Maintained 28 28 28

    Yard Statistics

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Yard

    ExpendituresPersonnel 3,035,590 3,024,258 2,825,122 -210,468-6.9%Contractual 282,586 310,836 332,932 50,346 17.8%Materials, Supplies 439,500 394,000 395,900 -43,600-9.9%Repairs, Maintenance 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 0.0%Fees 30,967 33,838 32,548 1,581 5.1%New Equipment 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 0.0%Rentals 307,100 355,100 350,537 43,437 14.1%Travelling, Training 62,280 53,000 52,480 -9,800-15.7%Recoveries -3,325,890 -3,332,917 -3,148,884 177,006-5.3%

    839,133 845,115 847,634 1.0% 8,501

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 70,515 70,515 70,515 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 768,618 774,600 776,629 8,011 1.0%

    839,133 845,115 847,144 1.0% 8,011

    0 490 0 490 0.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-306, 101-307

    Winter Control

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide efficient and effective winter control for roads and sidewalks.

    Highlights:

    City Council, at its meeting of November 17, 2008, approved the Winter Service Operations Policy and Winter Service Operations Standards contained within Report USPW08-013.

    The 2016 budget anticipates the same lane kilometers expected to be maintained as in 2015 however, at its meeting of September 8, 2015 City Council approved Report USPW15-012 which recommended improvements to the provision of winter service. The improvements include the addition of six Temporary winter staff, leasing of equipment and the use of contracted services to haul snow. The increase in the 2016 Winter Control budget was a result of this approved report.

    The 2016 Budget will continue to provide for Winter Trail maintenance of: The Rotary Greenway Trail, Hunter Street East to Armour Road North and Hilliard Street to Bethune Street; The Parkway Trail, Fairbairn Street to Cumberland Avenue; The Crawford Rail Trail, Monaghan Road to Crawford Drive; The Trans-Canada Trail, Rogers Cove to Beavermead Park; The Trans-Canada Trail, Millennium Park to the Marina.

    Surplus budget funds for this activity may be transferred to a Winter Control Reserve. Reserve funds are provided to meet winter control budget shortfalls in the event of extreme winter season response requirements.

    The 2016 snow clearing level of service will be the same as the 2015 level of service for the Downtown and Village BIA areas.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Inclement weather creates the need for road/sidewalk plowing, sanding and salting. Public Works provides service 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Depending upon storm conditions, 15 plow trucks, 2 graders, 6 sidewalk plows and several loaders may be deployed for this activity. In accordance with the amended Ontario Reg.239/02, Winter Control activities also include funds for legislated Winter Road patrol to begin in October of each year and end in April of the following year. Also included are the costs for weather service provision and support of GPS technology for our winter control units.

    In accordance with Ontario Regulation 4/93 of the Highway Traffic Act, the maximum number of hours of driving is 13 hours in any 24-hour period, to a maximum of 70 hours in any 7-day cycle.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Winter Control

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,424,849 1,444,000 1,545,536 120,687 8.5%Contractual 240,000 151,500 175,000 -65,000-27.1%Materials, Supplies 410,000 407,000 407,000 -3,000-0.7%Rentals 823,000 855,000 857,421 34,421 4.2%

    2,897,849 2,857,500 2,984,958 3.0% 87,109

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 1,500 0 -1,500-100.0%

    1,500 0 -100.0% -1,500

    2,896,349 2,984,958 2,857,500 88,609 3.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-308 to 101-310, 101-312

    Surface Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide effective repair and maintenance of road, right-of-way and surface drainage facilities within the City of Peterborough.

    Highlights:

    Repairs to pavement surfaces are provided in accordance with Ontario Regulation 239/02 (Minimum Maintenance Standards).Roadway shoulders are graded twice each year (spring/fall). Shoulder washouts are repaired on an ongoing basis. To control dust, calcium chloride is applied to select shoulders in early summer.

    Street sweeping is undertaken on an ongoing basis to provide cleanliness and remove dirt and debris from gutters affecting drainage. This also maintains storm water quality by removing debris prior to it entering the storm water or surface water systems.

    Minor repairs to bridges are provided on an emergency basis. The Engineering and Construction Division administers scheduled structural evaluations and major maintenance. Cleaning of bridge expansion joints, drains, seats and structural components is provided by Public Works each spring.

    Guard rails along the right-of-way, at approaches to bridges, adjacent to creeks, along roadway curves and at areas of significant elevation change, are repaired on an ongoing basis as needed. Handrails, to assist pedestrian access, are repaired on an ongoing basis as required.

    Much of the surface drainage work is done in response to emergencies.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    This activity also includes the contract payments to the DBIA of $96,400 per year. These funds provide for litter collection, general cleaning on a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week basis, and the watering of hanging flower baskets, etc.

    For 2016, the sidewalk washing schedule will remain the same as in previous years for the DBIA (on a weekly cycle) and street sweeping is typically done twice each week, on Thursday and Sunday, from May to October.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Surface Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,104,338 1,069,500 1,115,590 11,252 1.0%Contractual 178,900 201,000 206,000 27,100 15.1%Materials, Supplies 115,000 110,000 115,000 0 0.0%Rentals 410,000 505,000 506,011 96,011 23.4%

    1,808,238 1,885,500 1,942,601 7.4% 134,363

    1,808,238 1,942,601 1,885,500 134,363 7.4%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-313, 101-314

    Underground Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To maintain storm and sanitary sewer infrastructure to optimal conditions within the City right-of-way.

    2016 will see the first year of the operations of underground services from the EPD as part of the transfer of the activities within this account.

    Public Works will continue to respond to lateral services and repairs of concrete and asphalt surfaces as a result of sewer works.

    Highlights:

    Costs associated with blockages in private sewers, and new sewer connections, are charged back to the client on a 100% recovery basis.

    All costs incurred in the repair and/or maintenance of the Citys sanitary sewer system are funded from the Sewer Surcharge applied to the water rate or directly from Sewer Repair Capital charged back to the Infrastructure Planning Division.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Emergency works related to blocked, broken or collapsed sewers are performed on an as needed basis.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Underground Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,294,849 1,219,000 255,963 -1,038,886-80.2%Contractual 90,700 85,100 25,000 -65,700-72.4%Materials, Supplies 105,000 110,000 35,216 -69,784-66.5%Rentals 485,000 475,000 61,203 -423,797-87.4%

    1,975,549 1,889,100 377,382 -80.9% -1,598,167

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 1,656,631 1,579,100 375,383 -1,281,248-77.3%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 0.0%

    1,658,631 1,581,100 377,383 -77.2% -1,281,248

    316,918 0 308,000 -316,918-100.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Public Works

    Utility Services

    101-315, 101-318, 101-713, 101-719, 101-723

    Parks and Forestry

    Statement of Purpose:

    To maintain and improve park facilities and urban forestry for year round outdoor recreation activities and to promote the social, economic and environmental benefits of the municipal park and urban forestry resources.

    To preserve and reconstruct native habitat (including trees) on parkland, and other open space municipal lands, and to provide guidance and encouragement to private landowners for the protection of these natural resources.

    To beautify the City with horticultural displays throughout municipal parklands and the planting and care of flower and shrub beds at municipal facilities.

    To eliminate noxious weeds and reduce the adult mosquito population.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 horticulture program is proposed to remain at the 2015 level of service.

    2016 will see the continuation of an Emerald Ash Borer program.

    For the purposes of the 2016 Budget, Public Works will continue to cut the same turf grass areas (349 hectares) as was cut in 2015.

    2016 will be the fourth year of a five year Goose Control program. Funds for this program are included in the Parks maintenance contractual services budget line.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2014 2015

    (Forecast)Number of Flower Beds 60 60

    Number of Bulbs and Annuals Planted

    34,890 34,890

    Hanging Floral Baskets and DBIA Planters

    110 110

    Softball/Baseball Diamonds 51 51

    Soccer Fields 31 31

    Tennis/Basketball Courts 41 41

    Buildings 21 22

    Wading Pools 5 5

    Playground Equipment Locations

    55 56

    Neighbourhood Rinks 18 18

    Splash Pads 3 4

    Replacement Tree Planting 400 350

    Subdivision Tree Planting 250 50

    Parks and Forestry Statistics

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    PW Parks and Forestry

    ExpendituresPersonnel 2,115,333 2,020,404 2,087,225 -28,108-1.3%Contractual 378,000 369,900 393,000 15,000 4.0%Materials, Supplies 209,500 197,800 209,500 0 0.0%Repairs, Maintenance 0 2,000 2,000 0.0%Rentals 599,580 584,000 621,902 22,322 3.7%

    3,302,413 3,172,104 3,313,627 0.3% 11,214

    RevenuesCounty and Other Municipal grants & fees 2,200 0 2,200 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 113,250 117,050 113,250 0 0.0%

    115,450 117,050 115,450 0.0% 0

    3,186,963 3,198,177 3,055,054 11,214 0.4%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    TransportationExpenditures

    2,528,157 2,507,112 2,465,115 -63,042-2.5%Parking 1,825,782 1,733,374 1,797,698 -28,084-1.5%Traffic

    218,403 216,981 226,986 8,583 3.9%Transportation Demand Management 12,836,794 12,967,099 13,114,467 277,673 2.2%Transit

    17,409,136 17,424,566 17,604,265 1.1% 195,129Revenues

    2,113,200 2,118,417 2,287,700 174,500 8.3%Parking 0 2,500 2,500 2,500 0.0%Traffic

    6,458,900 6,284,850 6,413,865 -45,035-0.7%Transit

    8,572,100 8,405,767 8,704,065 1.5% 131,965

    414,957 388,695 177,415 -237,542-57.2%Parking 1,825,782 1,730,874 1,795,198 -30,584-1.7%Traffic

    218,403 216,981 226,986 8,583 3.9%Transportation Demand Management 6,377,894 6,682,249 6,700,602 322,708 5.1%Transit

    Net Requirements

    8,837,036 8,900,200 9,018,799 63,164 0.7%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Transportation

    Utility Services

    101-362, 372, 378

    Parking, Traffic, TDM

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide Municipal Parking, Transportation Planning, Traffic Operations and Transportation Demand Management services for the City.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 Transportation Division budget contains no service level increases other than improved winter snow clearing/removal and an increase to parking fees and fines as approved by Council in 2015. Major rehabilitation projects for the Simcoe Street and King Street parking garages were initiated in 2015 and are expected to continue into 2016. Parking revenues are expected to recover slightly in 2015 and again in 2016 and include the impacts of planned renovation activity plus anticipated new revenues from employee parking at the new Peterborough City-County Health Unit offices downtown.

    The Traffic Operations Review project, initiated in fall 2015, is expected to continue in 2016 and will develop recommendations for short term improvements to intersections, signal timing, traffic operational policies, and system wide optimization of traffic flows through enhancements to the City's computerized traffic signal system.

    The TDM programs have been growing, as infrastructure improvements are made the demand for walking, cycling and transit expands. The Shifting Gears programs, Cycling Skills Training Courses and Active and Safe Routes to School programs are delivered in partnership with Peterborough GreenUP.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Parking - - -

    Off Street Parking Lot Spaces 604 604 604

    On Street Parking Spaces 615 615 615

    Parking Garage Spaces 1,219 1,219 1,219

    Traffic - - -

    Signalized Intersections 119 120 124

    Pavement Markings (km) 200 205 209

    Railway Crossings 36 36 36

    Street Name, Caution & Regulatory Signs

    13,550 13,580 13,640

    Adult School Crossing Guard Locations 36 36 37

    Transportation Demand Management

    - - -

    Metres of New Sidewalk in Existing Development

    2,550 2,000 2,500

    Total km of Cycling Lanes 22 24 26

    Total km of Multi-Use Trails 27 28 28

    Total km of Side Paths Along Roads 6 7 8

    Trips made by Shifting Gears 37,000 40,000 40,000

    % Participation that Switched Modes in Shifting Gears Program

    50 50 50

    Grade 8 Transit Guest Trips 2,488 2,362 2,200

    Number of Community-Based Programs

    5 5 5

    Transportation Statistics

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Parking,Traffic, TDM

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,060,296 1,067,222 1,096,164 35,868 3.4%Contractual 1,906,739 1,771,023 1,926,431 19,692 1.0%Materials, Supplies 125,930 126,050 126,970 1,040 0.8%Repairs, Maintenance 157,700 155,980 165,000 7,300 4.6%Debt Charges 660,356 660,356 661,894 1,538 0.2%Fees 283,626 288,626 294,092 10,466 3.7%Inter-departmental Charges 0 19,975 19,975 0.0%New Equipment 3,050 3,220 3,040 -10-0.3%Rentals 25,000 39,750 24,092 -908-3.6%Travelling, Training 30,145 25,740 29,141 -1,004-3.3%Contributions to Reserves 319,500 319,500 143,000 -176,500-55.2%

    4,572,342 4,457,467 4,489,798 -1.8% -82,544

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 2,113,200 2,120,917 2,290,200 177,000 8.4%

    2,113,200 2,120,917 2,290,200 8.4% 177,000

    2,459,142 2,199,598 2,336,550 -259,544-10.6%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Transportation

    Utility Services

    101-381, 382, 383, 385

    Public Transit Operations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide conventional public transit service to within 450m of 90% of the residents of the City.

    To provide parallel public transit service for people with physical disabilities.

    To maintain and administer the public transit system.

    Highlights:

    Ridership levels in 2015 are expected to recover from 2014 levels although revenues are expected to see a 1-2 % reduction from 2014 as customers are moving to more affordable fare options. Revenues for 2016 are expected to recover to within 1% of 2014 levels as improved cost recovery measures are implemented for Trent and STSCO services.

    Implementation of the new computerized Handi-Van reservation system in 2015 has improved customer service by increasing capacity and bookings by up to 30% and, in doing so, has increased the number of same day trip requests that can be accommodated.

    Initiation of the Passenger Information System in 2015 will continue in 2016 allowing for real time information on bus schedules and stop arrival times to be available over the web, smartphones, and at the main terminal. The Transit Terminal interior renovations were completed in late 2015, modernizing facilities and implementing Accessibility upgrades for customers and staff alike.

    The 2016 budget includes the continued contribution of $600,000 to the Transit Reserve to facilitate the vehicle replacement program in order to reduce average vehicle age and ensure progress towards 100% accessible fleet by 2018. The 2016 budget also includes $154,000 in enhanced service for snow clearing at transit stops as approved by Council as part of the Updated Winter Services Report (USPW15-012).

    The base budget does not include any new revenue hours of service except for a special New Year's Eve transit service which is being proposed for 2015/2016 on a trial basis. All routes plus two Handi-vans will be in operation until 3:20 am and the service would be free for all riders. The estimated cost for this service enhancement is $15,000.

    Transit fares for regular passenger service are not recommended to increase in 2016

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Conventional Transit 3,760,100 3,685,100 3,764,100

    Handi-Van 30,350 33,850 37,200

    Passenger Boardings

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Public Transit Operations

    ExpendituresPersonnel 9,032,599 9,406,424 9,227,173 194,574 2.2%Contractual 584,350 584,757 734,350 150,000 25.7%Materials, Supplies 496,210 725,588 517,700 21,490 4.3%Repairs, Maintenance 1,840,401 1,785,160 1,778,450 -61,951-3.4%Fees 223,099 221,054 224,026 927 0.4%Inter-departmental Charges 817 817 800 -17-2.1%New Equipment 2,750 1,150 3,000 250 9.1%Rentals 4,053,676 3,557,035 3,893,145 -160,531-4.0%Travelling, Training 39,800 30,230 41,100 1,300 3.3%Contributions to Reserves 602,500 602,500 602,500 0 0.0%Recoveries -4,039,408 -3,947,616 -3,907,777 131,631-3.3%

    12,836,794 12,967,099 13,114,467 2.2% 277,673

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 4,908,900 4,734,850 4,863,865 -45,035-0.9%Contribution from Reserve 1,550,000 1,550,000 1,550,000 0 0.0%

    6,458,900 6,284,850 6,413,865 -0.7% -45,035

    6,377,894 6,700,602 6,682,249 322,708 5.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Environmental ProtectionExpenditures

    10,471,371 10,495,805 11,607,140 1,135,769 10.8%Wastewater Treatment 468,402 468,402 0.0%Storm Water Collection

    198,167 193,167 197,693 -474-0.2%Pumping Stations 1,173,334 1,173,334 0.0%Sanitary Sewer Waste Water Collection

    504,267 500,767 193,639 -310,628-61.6%Environmental Monitoring Program 59,270 79,490 85,826 26,556 44.8%Centennial Fountain

    11,233,075 11,269,229 13,726,034 22.2% 2,492,959Revenues

    10,471,371 10,495,805 11,607,140 1,135,769 10.8%Wastewater Treatment 198,167 193,167 197,693 -474-0.2%Pumping Stations

    1,173,334 1,173,334 0.0%Sanitary Sewer Waste Water Collection 504,267 500,767 193,639 -310,628-61.6%Environmental Monitoring Program

    11,173,805 11,189,739 13,171,806 17.9% 1,998,001

    468,402 468,402 0.0%Storm Water Collection 59,270 79,490 85,826 26,556 44.8%Centennial Fountain

    Net Requirements

    59,270 554,228 79,490 494,958 835.1%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Environmental Protection

    Utility Services

    101-421,422, 423, 424, 425, 427

    WWTP/PUMP Stations/Storm/Sani/EMP/Fountain

    Statement of Purpose:

    To operate and maintain a Class 4 wastewater treatment facility, 11 sewage pumping stations, Storm and Sanitary sewer collection systems and an accredited laboratory in compliance with Environmental Approval Compliance requirements. The Division also operates and maintains the Centennial Fountain in Little Lake.

    Highlights:

    The plant has maintained its ability to accommodate existing demand and provides a final effluent of exceptionally high quality. In 2013, the Federal Wastewater Effluent Regulations, made under the Fisheries Act, came into law. This had a slight impact on the frequency of analytical sampling and monitoring, as well as reporting criteria to federal agencies. In the coming years this regulation will eventually lead to increases in operating costs depending on plant flows. The Sanitary and Storm Sewer Collection group is now amalgamated within this division.

    Phase 4 Construction at the Plant is now complete. This project provides improved management of extraneous flows to the WWTP and mitigation of sewage bypasses.

    All pumping stations, sanitary sewer collection systems and WWTP expenditures are funded from the sewer surcharge, which is levied by the PUC on water bills. Revenue from extra strength surcharge agreements, and hauled sewage from surrounding counties, will continue to offset Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) and plant operating costs. The laboratory will continue to service other internal departmental needs (e.g. City/County Landfill) to complement its activities. In 2015, the laboratory successfully retained the MOE drinking

    water license and CALA accreditation.

    Significant cost increases in natural gas and electricity will continue in 2016. These costs will result in an overall increase for the Plants operating budget in 2016 and beyond.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    In 2016, the WWTP will process approximately 18.5 million m3 (cubic metres) of sewage, and 75,000-90,000 m3 (cubic metres) of landfill leachate. Actual volumes will be influenced by the amount of rainfall and snowmelt.

    The above data reflects the fact that flows to the plant will fluctuate depending on weather conditions as well as inflow and infiltration. Below normal precipitation in 2010 and 2012 impacted flows to the plant. Continued enhancements and maintenance to the sanitary sewer system will help mitigate this trend of increased extraneous flows, reduce the overall unwanted flows to the plant, and delay future costly expansions. A comprehensive preventative maintenance program on the sanitary sewer trunk mains will continue to provide safe and reliable conveyance of wastewater to the Plant for treatment. Regular Storm Sewer and catch basin cleaning will improve surface water drainage to reduce flooding on city streets.

    The majority of the existing pumping stations have been upgraded to meet current environmental standards.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Cubic Metres/Day 44,051 44,251 42,000

    Million Gallons/Day 9.69 9.73 9.24

    Average Daily Flows

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Environmental Protection

    ExpendituresPersonnel 2,102,202 2,104,202 3,282,868 1,180,666 56.2%Contractual 2,077,563 2,079,783 2,252,983 175,420 8.4%Materials, Supplies 929,500 924,500 1,013,500 84,000 9.0%Repairs, Maintenance 225,500 203,000 182,500 -43,000-19.1%Fees 507,522 507,522 516,251 8,729 1.7%Inter-departmental Charges 0 55,167 55,167 0.0%New Equipment 172,500 182,000 187,000 14,500 8.4%Rentals 0 444,216 444,216 0.0%Travelling, Training 52,800 49,650 52,880 80 0.2%Contributions to Reserves 5,415,488 5,468,572 6,298,669 883,181 16.3%Recoveries -250,000 -250,000 -560,000 -310,000 124.0%

    11,233,075 11,269,229 13,726,034 22.2% 2,492,959

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 10,388,755 10,346,189 12,386,756 1,998,001 19.2%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 785,050 843,550 785,050 0 0.0%

    11,173,805 11,189,739 13,171,806 17.9% 1,998,001

    59,270 554,228 79,490 494,958 835.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Waste ManagementExpenditures

    1,073,486 1,073,036 1,079,900 6,414 0.6%Waste Disposal and Reduction - Administration 3,333,800 3,183,591 3,721,603 387,803 11.6%Landfill Operation 1,231,305 1,231,305 1,431,142 199,837 16.2%Solid Waste Collection

    303,230 302,430 211,714 -91,516-30.2%Compost Site Operation 86,002 84,102 87,067 1,065 1.2%Electronics Recycling

    238,893 219,681 260,107 21,214 8.9%Hazardous Waste Collection 7,075 14,850 40,453 33,378 471.8%Large Article Pick-up

    499,820 499,820 604,702 104,882 21.0%Green Waste Collection 2,442,736 2,379,410 2,489,324 46,588 1.9%Recycling Services

    9,216,347 8,988,225 9,926,012 7.7% 709,665Revenues

    50 2,250 2,200 4,400.0%Waste Disposal and Reduction - Administration 3,003,400 3,086,650 3,608,900 605,500 20.2%Landfill Operation

    91,500 116,000 129,500 38,000 41.5%Compost Site Operation 34,250 48,800 52,500 18,250 53.3%Electronics Recycling

    150,500 150,000 157,000 6,500 4.3%Hazardous Waste Collection 6,400 4,300 6,900 500 7.8%Large Article Pick-up

    1,619,000 1,676,500 1,697,000 78,000 4.8%Recycling Services

    4,905,100 5,082,250 5,654,050 15.3% 748,950

    1,073,436 1,073,036 1,077,650 4,214 0.4%Waste Disposal and Reduction - Administration 330,400 96,941 112,703 -217,697-65.9%Landfill Operation

    1,231,305 1,231,305 1,431,142 199,837 16.2%Solid Waste Collection 211,730 186,430 82,214 -129,516-61.2%Compost Site Operation

    51,752 35,302 34,567 -17,185-33.2%Electronics Recycling 88,393 69,681 103,107 14,714 16.6%Hazardous Waste Collection

    675 10,550 33,553 32,878 4,870.8%Large Article Pick-up 499,820 499,820 604,702 104,882 21.0%Green Waste Collection 823,736 702,910 792,324 -31,412-3.8%Recycling Services

    Net Requirements

    4,311,247 4,271,962 3,905,975 -39,285-0.9%- 83 -

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Waste Management

    Utility Services

    101-305, 401, 403, 405, 407, 409, 411, 413, 416, 417, 418

    Waste Management

    Statement of Purpose:

    Waste Management includes the collection, processing and disposal programs/services for garbage, recyclables, green waste, large articles, hazardous waste and electronic waste. The Division manages the Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility the Material Recycling Facility, the Household Hazardous Waste Depot and the Harper Road Composting Facility.

    Capital development is funded by contributing to the Waste Management Reserve Fund.

    Highlights:

    Budget pressures will come from continued low selling prices for recyclable material, increased property taxes associated with the landfill, and fluctuating Stewardship revenues. A new leaf and yard waste composting facility must be constructed at Bensfort Road due to the forced closure of Harper Road in 2016.

    Uncertainties around provincial recycling legislation call for an extension to the current collection and processing contracts for recyclables until December 2018 or 2019.

    The diversion of source separated organics (kitchen wastes) will continue to be investigated in 2016.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The Citys waste collection and diversion programs are quite mature resulting in excellent participation and diversion. All diversion programs resulted in a residential diversion rate of 57% in 2013. New, more challenging diversion opportunities continue

    to be investigated, including organics, reuse, carpeting, and textiles. Proposed regulations at the provincial level are creating challenges as collection and processing contracts expire December 2016 amidst much uncertainty as to the ownership and responsibility for blue box recycling within the next 3-5 years.

    The estimated market price of recycling materials remains the same as the 2015 budgeted level. World markets will dictate the actual price received.

    Cell 3 in the North Fill Area of the landfill was constructed in 2015 and the Public Drop-off Area was expanded.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Waste Used as Cover at Landfill 18,756 30,869 10,000

    Landfill Recycling Diverted 5,661 6,240 6,000

    Garbage Disposed at Landfill 51,379 44,964 40,000

    City Blue Box Recycling (MRF) 9,076 8,972 8,900

    City Green Waste/Organics 6,545 7,442 7,450

    Hazardous Waste Depot 286 240 230

    Electronics Recycling 222 195 180

    Waste Statistics (tonnes)

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Waste Management

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,434,561 1,400,374 1,567,955 133,394 9.3%Contractual 4,981,880 4,903,686 5,248,181 266,301 5.3%Materials, Supplies 37,975 31,975 47,850 9,875 26.0%Repairs, Maintenance 0 0 750 750 0.0%Fees 558,409 457,609 373,500 -184,909-33.1%Other Transfers 175,400 175,250 178,900 3,500 2.0%Inter-departmental Charges 357,373 357,373 627,371 269,998 75.6%New Equipment 2,200 1,700 2,000 -200-9.1%Rentals 1,253,800 1,253,300 1,372,159 118,359 9.4%Travelling, Training 8,150 7,700 8,550 400 4.9%Contributions to Reserves 887,000 887,000 887,000 0 0.0%County Share -480,401 -487,742 -388,203 92,198-19.2%

    9,216,347 8,988,225 9,926,012 7.7% 709,665

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 150,000 150,000 280,000 130,000 86.7%Ontario grants 683,000 794,500 821,500 138,500 20.3%County and Other Municipal grants & fees 66,250 85,800 115,000 48,750 73.6%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 4,005,850 4,051,950 4,437,550 431,700 10.8%

    4,905,100 5,082,250 5,654,050 15.3% 748,950

    4,311,247 4,271,962 3,905,975 -39,285-0.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Community ServicesExpenditures

    1,685,012 1,596,368 1,717,687 32,675 1.9%Community Service Administration

    4,439,659 4,417,932 4,573,382 133,723 3.0%Recreation

    4,796,672 4,691,957 4,929,677 133,005 2.8%Arts, Culture and Heritage

    6,186,521 6,113,236 6,338,900 152,379 2.5%Arenas

    62,442,916 63,460,633 65,076,440 2,633,524 4.2%Social Services

    79,550,780 80,280,126 82,636,086 3.9% 3,085,306Revenues

    95,881 95,881 96,340 459 0.5%Community Service Administration

    3,492,362 3,490,288 3,546,172 53,810 1.5%Recreation

    833,203 805,616 819,736 -13,467-1.6%Arts, Culture and Heritage

    4,748,916 4,736,237 4,828,616 79,700 1.7%Arenas

    54,221,762 55,451,269 57,178,253 2,956,491 5.5%Social Services

    63,392,124 64,579,291 66,469,117 4.9% 3,076,993

    1,589,131 1,500,487 1,621,347 32,216 2.0%Community Service Administration

    947,297 927,644 1,027,210 79,913 8.4%Recreation

    3,963,469 3,886,341 4,109,941 146,472 3.7%Arts, Culture and Heritage

    1,437,605 1,376,999 1,510,284 72,679 5.1%Arenas

    8,221,154 8,009,364 7,898,187 -322,967-3.9%Social Services

    Net Requirements

    16,158,656 16,166,969 15,700,835 8,313 0.1%

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    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Community Services AdministrationExpenditures

    595,088 506,444 619,465 24,377 4.1%Office of Community Services Director 21,000 21,000 21,210 210 1.0%Community Project Grants

    210,000 210,000 210,000 0 0.0%Community Investment Grants 7,000 7,000 7,070 70 1.0%Peterborough Aides Resource Network

    26,530 26,530 26,795 265 1.0%Community Care Peterborough 114,240 114,240 115,382 1,142 1.0%Little Lake Musicfest

    3,000 3,000 3,030 30 1.0%Native Learning Program 26,426 26,426 26,690 264 1.0%Community Race Relations Committee 15,504 15,504 15,659 155 1.0%Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee

    106,120 106,120 107,181 1,061 1.0%Showplace 105,496 105,496 106,551 1,055 1.0%Canadian Canoe Museum

    26,530 26,530 26,795 265 1.0%Peterborough Lions Club 191,876 191,876 193,795 1,919 1.0%Peterborough Green Up

    50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0.0%Agricultural Society 27,595 27,595 27,871 276 1.0%Community Service Grant to Hutchison House 31,836 31,836 32,154 318 1.0%Community Service Grant to Kawartha Food Share 21,224 21,224 21,436 212 1.0%New Canadian Centre 74,284 74,284 75,027 743 1.0%Market Hall 31,263 31,263 31,576 313 1.0%Drug Strategy

    1,685,012 1,596,368 1,717,687 1.9% 32,675

    Revenues 45,881 45,881 46,340 459 1.0%Peterborough Green Up 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0.0%Reserves & Reserve Funds

    95,881 95,881 96,340 0.5% 459

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    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Net Requirements 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0.0%Reserves & Reserve Funds

    595,088 506,444 619,465 24,377 4.1%Office of Community Services Director 21,000 21,000 21,210 210 1.0%Community Project Grants

    210,000 210,000 210,000 0 0.0%Community Investment Grants 7,000 7,000 7,070 70 1.0%Peterborough Aides Resource Network

    26,530 26,530 26,795 265 1.0%Community Care Peterborough 114,240 114,240 115,382 1,142 1.0%Little Lake Musicfest

    3,000 3,000 3,030 30 1.0%Native Learning Program 26,426 26,426 26,690 264 1.0%Community Race Relations Committee 15,504 15,504 15,659 155 1.0%Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee

    106,120 106,120 107,181 1,061 1.0%Showplace 105,496 105,496 106,551 1,055 1.0%Canadian Canoe Museum

    26,530 26,530 26,795 265 1.0%Peterborough Lions Club 145,995 145,995 147,455 1,460 1.0%Peterborough Green Up

    50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0.0%Agricultural Society 27,595 27,595 27,871 276 1.0%Community Service Grant to Hutchison House 31,836 31,836 32,154 318 1.0%Community Service Grant to Kawartha Food Share 21,224 21,224 21,436 212 1.0%New Canadian Centre 74,284 74,284 75,027 743 1.0%Market Hall 31,263 31,263 31,576 313 1.0%Drug Strategy

    1,589,131 1,621,347 1,500,487 32,216 2.0%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Administration, Grants, and Sustainability

    Community Services

    601, 602, 609

    Community Services Administration and Sustainability

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Community Services Department (CSD) coordinates a broad range of services through five divisions, 15 facilities and numerous programs; and administers Community Grants. The Sustainability Office acts as a corporate and community technical resource for sustainable practices and projects; helping the City become a champion in environmental, economic, and socio-cultural sustainability.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 budget includes: a $2,000 increase to Project Grants in response to growing demand and a $50,000 Service Grant to the Peterborough Agricultural Society (Report CAO15-013, dated April 27, 2015). A proposed $35,000 service grant to Artspace (pending Council approval of staff report during budget deliberations) is included as a "below the line" consideration. The Sponsorship budget funds City contributions to: Wildfire Invitational Golf Tournament; Peterborough Husky's Sledge Hockey International Tournament awarded for 2017; the 2016 Ontario Contact Conference; 2016 North American Envirothon Conference organized by Forests Ontario, Musicfest's 30th anniversary and other emergent opportunities. The budget also includes a "below the line" request for dedicated Special Events Coordinator position. The position would help prepare bids for Sports, Recreation, and Cultural conferences and tournaments; and would serve as a resource to coordinate and organize such events as economic development opportunities.

    The Citys contribution to Sustainable Peterborough will increase to $40,000 and will be moved from the Capital Budget to the Sustainability Operating Budget. As will the $50,000 allocation in the Sustainability Capital Budget for the Low-Flow Toilet Rebate

    Program, which is funded from the Sanitary Sewerage Reserve Fund.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The Low-flow Toilet Rebate program has replaced just under 4,000 toilets since May 2012, saving approximately 294,000 litres of water each year.

    The Sustainability Office secured a $225,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and a $175,000 grant from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Green Municipal Fund over three years for the Greater Peterborough Area Climate Change Action Plan. The City contributed the required 10% cash contribution in the amount of $44,500.

    The Ontario Power Authority awarded a 20-year Feed-In-Tariff Contract to the PUI for rooftop solar on the twin pad at the Kinsmen Civic Centre. Proposed to be operational in 2016, this project will generate approximately $26,000 in revenue for the City annually.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Project $20,000 $21,000 $21,000Investment $205,000 $210,000 $210,000Service $756,000 $762,612 $808,924Capital $275,000 $200,000 $150,000Special One Time $35,000 $50,000 $15,000Total $1,291,000 $1,243,612 $1,204,924Number of Organizations 88 86 89

    CSD - Grants

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Community Services Administration

    ExpendituresPersonnel 431,488 436,071 441,665 10,177 2.4%Contractual 83,263 73,088 83,776 513 0.6%Materials, Supplies 103,400 19,252 112,700 9,300 9.0%Other Transfers 1,058,661 1,058,661 1,066,646 7,985 0.8%Travelling, Training 8,200 9,296 12,900 4,700 57.3%

    1,685,012 1,596,368 1,717,687 1.9% 32,675

    RevenuesSewer surcharge 45,881 45,881 46,340 459 1.0%Contribution from Reserve 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0.0%

    95,881 95,881 96,340 0.5% 459

    1,589,131 1,621,347 1,500,487 32,216 2.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Recreation Facilities and ProgramsExpenditures

    313,599 322,098 323,785 10,186 3.2%Marina 1,416,157 1,418,748 1,498,344 82,187 5.8%Recreation Facilities and Program Delivery 2,709,903 2,677,086 2,751,253 41,350 1.5%Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    4,439,659 4,417,932 4,573,382 3.0% 133,723Revenues

    308,470 321,503 330,500 22,030 7.1%Marina 473,989 478,382 526,096 52,107 11.0%Recreation Facilities and Program Delivery

    2,709,903 2,690,403 2,689,576 -20,327-0.8%Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    3,492,362 3,490,288 3,546,172 1.5% 53,810

    5,129 595 -6,715 -11,844-230.9%Marina 942,168 940,366 972,248 30,080 3.2%Recreation Facilities and Program Delivery

    -13,317 61,677 61,677 0.0%Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Net Requirements

    947,297 1,027,210 927,644 79,913 8.4%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Recreation

    Community Services

    101- 681, 682, 683, 684, 685, 686, 687, 689, 690, 691, 692, 695, 671, & 673

    Recreation Facilities and Program Delivery

    Statement of Purpose:

    This budget supports the staffing, planning, advertising, delivery, supervision and evaluation of the Recreation Division Administration programs and services, including: community development/assistance activities; community gardens; facility management; direct delivery programs/instructional sports; special event projects; recreation fee subsidy program; summer aquatics program; Junior Parks; volunteer initiatives; youth centres; Peterborough Youth Commission/Council; Elderly Persons Centre grants to senior centres; sport field permitting; and the operations of Millennium Park, Otonabee River Trail, West 49 Skateboard Park, picnic sites at Beavermead, Nicholls Oval and Jackson Park; operation of the Peterborough Marina; and oversight of Beavermead Campground.

    Highlights:

    The following are key factors affecting the 2016 budget:

    The Marina and Beavermead Campground operating budgets have been included as activities within Recreation Administration beginning in 2016. The Marina is projected to generate a modest surplus of approximately $6,700. Effective 2016, the budget for the Queen Alexandra Community Centre activity has been re-allocated to the Property Management Division, with exception of the costs associated with cleaning, supplies, and the facility management agreement with Activity Haven.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Subsidy 1,827 1,850 1,875

    Permitting 426,340 426,625 426,600

    Junior Parks 691 1,194 1,200

    Instructional Sports 1,691 1,700 1,800

    Get REAL Drop-In Centres 1,530 971 700

    Downtown Youth Space 3,764 2,825 3,000

    Summer Aquatics 12,469 19,900 20,000

    Recreation Program Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Recreation Facilities and Programs

    ExpendituresPersonnel 783,300 783,299 810,204 26,904 3.4%Contractual 392,980 402,180 436,053 43,073 11.0%Materials, Supplies 190,420 197,420 201,970 11,550 6.1%Repairs, Maintenance 152,800 147,300 144,200 -8,600-5.6%Fees 18,826 18,826 19,250 424 2.3%Other Transfers 92,510 102,781 109,532 17,022 18.4%Rentals 6,900 8,000 9,000 2,100 30.4%Travelling, Training 12,420 12,120 12,850 430 3.5%Contributions to Reserves 84,000 84,000 84,000 0 0.0%Recoveries -4,400 -15,080 -4,930 -530 12.0%

    1,729,756 1,740,846 1,822,129 5.3% 92,373

    RevenuesOntario grants 13,737 17,337 13,637 -100-0.7%Canada grants 0 356 0 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 768,722 782,192 842,959 74,237 9.7%

    782,459 799,885 856,596 9.5% 74,137

    947,297 965,533 940,961 18,236 1.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Recreation

    Community Services

    101-696

    Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre (PSWC) is a leisure recreational complex that offers community recreational programs and services; lifestyle and wellness fitness programs; including: leisure and therapy pools, exercise studio, fitness centre, three gymnasiums, meeting rooms, and a child minding room. In addition to serving the City of Peterborough and surrounding community, the PSWC serves the full time student body at Sutherland Campus and Seneca Aviation program, in partnership with Fleming College and SAC.

    Highlights:

    The budget includes an additional $36,383 from the City to fund the transition of the Assistant Manager position from 50% funding from Fleming to 100% City funding. There is no change to the FTE's. The provisions for both heat and utility costs have been increased to reflect actual costs.

    The Membership base has grown for over 10 years now to become one of the largest Fitness Clubs in Peterborough with just over half million people (500,000) walking through the doors last year.

    In 2016, the PSWC will be replacing ten treadmills, several ellipticals and step mills in order to keep up on the latest technology and reduce on-going maintenance costs on older equipment.

    New advertising initiatives in 2015 included a one day "Black Friday" special and a 10th Anniversary special. Both were quite successful. In addition to the print ads, two new commercials went to air broadening the marketing for the PSWC.

    In the fall of 2015, the PSWC will be hosting the first ever "Fall Showcase" providing a community forum for Children and Youth programming providing one stop shopping for registrations.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Benchmarks and New Initiatives:The Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre celebrated its 10th Anniversary on June 3, 2015 serving the citizens of Peterborough and Fleming students. Other achievements include: Projected balanced Budget in 2015 Report on HVAC replacement schedule Facility will be LEED certified in 2015 Working with Social Services referring At Risk Youth for Summer memberships Partnership with Regional Cardiovascular Rehabilitation & Preventative Services (CRSP) Replacement of ten treadmills Re-design of current marketing initiatives Community Services facility bookings re-design

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Membership Sales $1,134,000 $1,199,000 $1,175,000Day Passes $26,093 $31,145 $29,500Public Swims $113,511 $122,333 $124,000Child and Youth $171,615 $179,005 $183,200Member Scans 187,116 216,953 220,000Swim Lessons $218,700 $218,600 $229,500

    Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,735,529 1,735,529 1,746,133 10,604 0.6%Contractual 488,522 487,022 530,426 41,904 8.6%Materials, Supplies 107,325 107,325 107,450 125 0.1%Repairs, Maintenance 171,500 171,500 192,700 21,200 12.4%Fees 26,560 26,560 24,667 -1,893-7.1%Other Transfers 35,000 35,000 35,000 0 0.0%Inter-departmental Charges 17,500 17,500 20,577 3,077 17.6%New Equipment 1,000 1,000 1,000 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 5,400 5,650 3,300 -2,100-38.9%Contributions to Reserves 121,567 90,000 90,000 -31,567-26.0%

    2,709,903 2,677,086 2,751,253 1.5% 41,350

    RevenuesOntario grants 6,500 5,000 5,000 -1,500-23.1%Canada grants 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 2,698,403 2,680,403 2,679,576 -18,827-0.7%

    2,709,903 2,690,403 2,689,576 -0.8% -20,327

    0 61,677-13,317 61,677 0.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Arts, Culture and Heritage

    Expenditures 201,334 153,160 216,297 14,963 7.4%Arts, Culture and Heritage Administration 386,857 386,857 403,734 16,877 4.4%Heritage Preservation Office

    16,300 16,300 16,300 0 0.0%PACAC 807,653 819,726 837,133 29,480 3.7%Museum 739,700 746,094 760,311 20,611 2.8%Art Gallery

    2,644,828 2,569,820 2,695,903 51,075 1.9%Library

    4,796,672 4,691,957 4,929,677 2.8% 133,005Revenues

    6,900 6,100 7,600 700 10.1%Heritage Preservation Office 16,300 16,300 16,300 0 0.0%PACAC

    199,033 201,288 203,508 4,475 2.2%Museum 308,228 302,175 315,500 7,272 2.4%Art Gallery 302,742 279,753 276,828 -25,914-8.6%Library

    833,203 805,616 819,736 -1.6% -13,467

    201,334 153,160 216,297 14,963 7.4%Arts, Culture and Heritage Administration 379,957 380,757 396,134 16,177 4.3%Heritage Preservation Office 608,620 618,438 633,625 25,005 4.1%Museum 431,472 443,919 444,811 13,339 3.1%Art Gallery

    2,342,086 2,290,067 2,419,075 76,989 3.3%Library

    Net Requirements

    3,963,469 4,109,941 3,886,341 146,472 3.7%

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Arts, Culture And Heritage

    Community Services

    606, 607, 676

    ACH Administration and Heritage Preservation Office

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Arts, Culture and Heritage Division is responsible for: the provision of arts, culture, heritage and immigration activities, the Municipal Cultural Plan, cultural facilities, services and resources.

    The Heritage Preservation Office (HPO) is responsible for: the Heritage Property Tax Relief Program (HPTRP); heritage designation; archaeological investigations; supporting PACAC, Doors Open and preserving the Citys built heritage. The HPO advises Council, and liaises with staff on issues relating to built heritage.

    Highlights:

    In 2016, the Arts Culture and Heritage Administration operating budget includes:- an increase to the $2,500 to cover redesigning and updating the Citys Immigration Portal;- an increase of $20 in Memberships and subscriptions;- an increase of $10,000 (5%) to the HPTRP is proposed to keep pace with the programs growth;- an increase of $10,000 to the plaque budget to begin a maintenance program for commemorative markers.

    The 2016 capital budget includes a request for $60,000 for MCP implementation.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Divisional accomplishments in 2015 include: Completion of the Museum renovation project and construction of a new on-site storage facility.

    Completion of the renovation of the Art Gallerys storage vault and the installation of a new HVAC system ensuring the Gallery retains its Class A collection standard. Collaboration with Planning Division on several projects including gateways, urban park design and OP review. Updated and expanded data for mapping of cultural assets. Participation in the Bethune Street Reconstruction design.

    2013 2014 2015 (Forecast)

    New Designations 5 7 3

    HPTRP New Properties 1 5 3

    HPTRP - Renewals 16 19 5

    HPTRP Property Inspections 45 75 75

    Doors Open Attendance 2,373 2,248 1,500

    Archaeological Assessments 4 2 8

    Support of Corporate Projects 3 2 7

    Public Art - Completed Projects 1 1 2

    Public Art - Projects Initiated 1 1 3

    Public Art - Conservation 2 3 -

    Arts Culture and Heritage Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    ACH Administration

    ExpendituresPersonnel 301,992 271,928 310,706 8,714 2.9%Contractual 48,330 46,090 50,900 2,570 5.3%Materials, Supplies 42,330 30,340 52,620 10,290 24.3%Fees 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 0.0%Tax Write-offs 200,000 200,000 210,000 10,000 5.0%New Equipment 1,800 1,800 1,800 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 8,039 4,159 8,305 266 3.3%

    604,491 556,317 636,331 5.3% 31,840

    RevenuesOntario grants 4,000 0 0 -4,000-100.0%Canada grants 0 4,300 4,000 4,000 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 3,400 2,300 4,100 700 20.6%Transfers from Own funds 15,800 15,800 15,800 0 0.0%

    23,200 22,400 23,900 3.0% 700

    581,291 612,431 533,917 31,140 5.4%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Arts, Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    101-621, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627

    Museum

    Statement of Purpose:

    As an integral part of the collective memory of the community, the Peterborough Museum & Archives shall preserve, present and promote the heritage and culture of Peterborough and area, and also provide other significant heritage programs for the education and enjoyment of both visitors and residents.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 operating budget of the Museum shows a net increase of 4.1% ($25,005) which is the result of compensation increases and a .32 FTE increase in the part time staff compliment. The latter reflects a transfer of paid time from contract fee-for-service to bargaining unit personnel.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The Museums Key Performance Indicators reflect its 5-Year Plan (2012-2017) Accommodation Objectives, as approved by the Museum & Archives Advisory Committee (Report MAAC12-005). Note: the Archives were closed for 16 months during the renovation/construction phases of the Museum Renewal Project.

    Museum Performance: Key Performance Indicators 2015

    1. Visitor Experience: - 2,000 children enriched their education through 110 curriculum-linked programs; 1,000 children were subsidized - 12,000 patrons engaged in 230 events; 35 events were free, family drop-ins - 12,000 visitors experienced the exhibition galleries during 2,685 open hours

    2. Preservation of Collections: - 9,500 collection database records were created, updated or enriched - 800 artifacts cleaned and housed for storage

    3. Access to Collections: - 300 external researchers received one-on-one assistance and were provided with digital scans of archival documents - 500 artifacts were interpreted through 49 long-term display cases and six temporary exhibitions and 30 displays

    4. Fleming College Partnership: - 89 heritage professionals-in-training were mentored while working with 700 artifacts and 320 archival negatives

    5. Community Relations: - 124 patrons enjoyed four theatre performances - 6,500 patrons viewed 20 international film screenings - 120 volunteers gave 2,000 hours of unpaid service

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Museum

    ExpendituresPersonnel 515,307 526,888 547,925 32,618 6.3%Contractual 104,978 103,955 100,700 -4,278-4.1%Materials, Supplies 112,300 113,815 112,800 500 0.4%Repairs, Maintenance 51,500 51,500 51,500 0 0.0%Fees 6,356 6,356 6,970 614 9.7%Travelling, Training 7,212 7,212 7,237 25 0.3%Contributions to Reserves 15,000 15,000 15,000 0 0.0%Recoveries -5,000 -5,000 -5,000 0 0.0%

    807,653 819,726 837,133 3.7% 29,480

    RevenuesOntario grants 45,433 45,433 45,433 0 0.0%Canada grants 20,900 21,477 21,477 577 2.8%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 132,700 134,378 136,598 3,898 2.9%

    199,033 201,288 203,508 2.2% 4,475

    608,620 633,625 618,438 25,005 4.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Arts, Culture and Heritage

    Community Services

    401-810, 820, 830

    Art Gallery

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Art Gallery of Peterborough (AGP) is dedicated to exhibiting and collecting contemporary Canadian visual artworks. We provide information about artists and exhibitions through publications, lectures and education programs. Funds are generated from memberships, government grants, sponsorships, Gallery shop and touring exhibits.

    Highlights:

    In 2016, the Art Gallery of Peterborough will focus on expanding our profile and building connections into our extended community following the facility renovation and temporary move of staff and permanent collection completed in 2015.

    The AGP Board of Directors has revised Board committee Terms of Reference with the goal to enhance development of the gallerys programs and fundraising initiatives. The newly formed Outreach and Engagement Committee will work with staff develop opportunities which engage our community and encourage volunteer involvement.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The AGP has three touring exhibits offered at this time. Currently two regionally based and internationally recognized artists are represented in solo touring exhibits.

    In 2016, the Art Gallery of Peterborough Board of Directors will be completing a Strategic Plan that will guide development of the organization through to building a new facility that will enable us to better serve our community.

    2014 2015 (Forecast)

    Activities and Participation - -

    General Art Gallery Attendance 8,629 7,000

    Touring Exhibit Attendance 4,850 11,526

    Adult Workshops and Activities 1,364 1,200

    Child and Youth Education 2,128 1,000

    Family Day 680 600

    Total Attendance 17,651 21,326

    Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour 9,649 10,000

    AGP Touring Exhibits Booked 2 3

    Number of On Site Exhibitions 16 14

    Number of Artists Exhibited 123 89

    Number of Publications 3 4

    Volunteers 66 50

    Volunteer Hours 2,641 2,200

    Fundraising and Subsidies - -

    Events, Donations and Sponsorship $40,000 $40,000

    Memberships $4,072 $5,500

    Federal and Provincial Grants $134,000 $134,000

    Voluntary Donation $1,147 $1,000

    Touring Exhibitions $9,000 $24,000

    Total Earned and External Funding $188,219 $204,500

    Art Gallery Statistics

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Art Gallery

    ExpendituresPersonnel 460,514 460,514 478,111 17,597 3.8%Contractual 143,450 136,090 159,450 16,000 11.2%Materials, Supplies 57,900 68,778 46,100 -11,800-20.4%Repairs, Maintenance 19,000 19,524 19,000 0 0.0%Fees 46,850 51,202 46,150 -700-1.5%Rentals 2,000 0 -2,000-100.0%Travelling, Training 9,986 9,986 11,500 1,514 15.2%

    739,700 746,094 760,311 2.8% 20,611

    RevenuesOntario grants 62,000 62,000 62,000 0 0.0%Canada grants 86,228 86,228 86,500 272 0.3%County and Other Municipal grants & fees 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 156,500 150,443 163,500 7,000 4.5%Investment Income 500 504 500 0 0.0%

    308,228 302,175 315,500 2.4% 7,272

    431,472 444,811 443,919 13,339 3.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Arts, Culture And Heritage

    Community Services

    601-961, 963

    Library

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Peterborough Public Library is our communitys connection to a world of resources to inform, inspire and enlighten.

    Highlights:

    It includes some increases to staff training as a number of staff retired in 2015, and their replacements need to be trained in their new positions. It also includes increases to the programming budgets, as they are currently funded by donations from the Friends of the Library, who cease operations during the renovation period.

    Due to the renovation, and the move to the temporary location, the library revenue from room rentals will decrease. Other revenue decreases were made to accurately portray actual revenue received in 2015, such as microfilm revenue. Hospitality has increased due to planned events in 2016 surrounding the move to a temporary location.

    The renovation of the Main branch has decreased revenue from room rentals.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2013 2014 2015

    (Forecast)Hours Open 3,648 3,648 3,648

    Circulation 829,772 643,126 700,000

    Collection 135,413 165,753 160,750

    Collection Value $476,610 $373,000 $490,000

    Members 27,951 21,495 22,000

    Reference Inquiries 42,304 37,313 40,000

    Program Attendance 13,791 12,349 13,000

    Database Subs 71 44 44

    Database Use - Sessions 15,500 14,744 15,000

    E Titles 50,240 79,960 80,000

    Web Site Usage Individual Sessions

    380,016 371,510 375,000

    Public Internet Individual Sessions

    39,333 34,888 35,000

    Library Usage

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    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Library

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,907,604 1,859,599 1,972,445 64,841 3.4%Contractual 150,000 140,600 143,100 -6,900-4.6%Materials, Supplies 42,600 42,600 41,850 -750-1.8%Repairs, Maintenance 40,000 31,750 30,750 -9,250-23.1%Fees 17,853 6,400 18,055 202 1.1%New Equipment 1,000 2,500 2,000 1,000 100.0%Travelling, Training 11,000 11,600 12,700 1,700 15.5%Contributions to Reserves 474,771 474,771 475,003 232 0.0%

    2,644,828 2,569,820 2,695,903 1.9% 51,075

    RevenuesOntario grants 132,806 132,806 132,806 0 0.0%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 142,964 119,975 117,050 -25,914-18.1%Contributions from FRMP Capital levy Reserve 26,972 26,972 26,972 0 0.0%

    302,742 279,753 276,828 -8.6% -25,914

    2,342,086 2,419,075 2,290,067 76,989 3.3%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    ArenasExpenditures

    340,127 340,581 401,934 61,807 18.2%Northcrest Arena 847,783 850,563 858,677 10,894 1.3%Kinsmen Arena

    1,315,078 1,317,537 1,343,771 28,693 2.2%Evinrude Centre 2,457,266 2,378,288 2,508,626 51,360 2.1%Memorial Centre

    4,960,254 4,886,969 5,113,009 3.1% 152,755

    Revenues 268,100 268,220 269,300 1,200 0.4%Northcrest Arena 769,600 773,892 813,000 43,400 5.6%Kinsmen Arena

    1,284,694 1,287,782 1,329,694 45,000 3.5%Evinrude Centre 2,426,522 2,406,343 2,416,622 -9,900-0.4%Memorial Centre

    4,748,916 4,736,237 4,828,616 1.7% 79,700

    72,027 72,361 132,634 60,607 84.1%Northcrest Arena 78,183 76,671 45,677 -32,506-41.6%Kinsmen Arena 30,384 29,755 14,077 -16,307-53.7%Evinrude Centre 30,744 -28,055 92,004 61,260 199.3%Memorial Centre

    Net Revenues Before Debt Charges

    211,338 284,393 150,732 73,055 34.6%

    Arena Debt Charges 279,125 279,125 278,749 -376-0.1%Evinrude Centre 947,142 947,142 947,142 0 0.0%Memorial Centre

    1,226,267 1,226,267 1,225,891 0.0% -376Total Debt Charges

    1,437,605 1,376,999 1,510,284 72,679 5.06%Net Requirement

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    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Arenas

    Community Services

    632, 633, 634, 635, 636, 637, 642, 645, 652, 655, 662, 665, 693

    Memorial Centre, Evinrude, Kinsmen, Northcrest

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Arena Division provides a wide range of programming and events that appeal to all members of the community and encourage tourist visits. The Division strives to efficiently manage all facilities and maximize use by providing affordable and attractive facilities that staff and the community can be proud of, resulting in an increase of event organizers choosing Peterborough for their events.

    Highlights:

    The Division continues a proactive approach in 2016 by strengthening our relationship with agents, promoters and event organizers with a goal of increasing the number of special events held in Arena facilities.

    The 2016 budget continues to reflect a low recovery of OHL Petes Game Day Expenses at the Memorial Centre. Operations at Northcrest Arena continue to stabilize as a result of the sand floor base installed in the 2013/14 winter season, although maintenance costs of the aging facility increase.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    2014 Overview

    - Total Hours Rented On Ice Pads: 16,280.5- Peterborough Memorial Centre Events: 98- Morrow Building Events: 107- Evinrude Centre and Kinsmen Civic Centre Events: 169- Tournaments: 28- Sports Camps and Schools (multi day/week events): 11

    - Ticketed Events Sold Through PMC Box Office: 69- Tickets Sold Through PMC Box Office: 183,653- Public Skating Attendance: 10,057

    Evinrude Atom Pad

    Evinrude IGA Pad

    Kinsmen PCCHL

    Pad

    Kinsmen PGHA

    Pad

    Northcrest Arena

    Memorial Centre

    Prime Hours Rented

    1,769 1,684 1,644 1,614 1,343 1,684

    % of Prime Hours Rented

    91% 86% 84% 83% 80% 86%

    Non-Prime Hours Rented

    533 617 348 366 134 393

    % Non- Prime Hours Rented

    41% 48% 27% 28% 12% 37%

    % Prime Hrs for Youth

    91% 93% 83% 88% 85% 60%

    Fall-Winter Ice Usage

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Arenas

    ExpendituresPersonnel 3,009,245 2,926,074 3,061,832 52,587 1.7%Contractual 1,277,063 1,283,934 1,377,242 100,179 7.8%Materials, Supplies 182,040 182,040 179,040 -3,000-1.6%Repairs, Maintenance 467,720 471,147 441,367 -26,353-5.6%Debt Charges 1,172,283 1,172,283 1,154,891 -17,392-1.5%Fees 69,300 69,300 69,250 -50-0.1%Inter-departmental Charges 0 23,105 23,105 0.0%Travelling, Training 8,870 8,458 32,173 23,303 262.7%

    6,186,521 6,113,236 6,338,900 2.5% 152,379

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 4,748,916 4,736,237 4,828,616 79,700 1.7%

    4,748,916 4,736,237 4,828,616 1.7% 79,700

    1,437,605 1,510,284 1,376,999 72,679 5.1%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Social AssistanceExpenditures

    10,825,509 10,816,313 11,625,547 800,038 7.4%Ontario Works Administration and Employment Services 33,245,000 32,991,000 33,736,000 491,000 1.5%Ontario Works Mandatory Benefits

    1,688,390 1,688,390 1,688,390 0 0.0%Discretionary Benefits 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 0.0%Homemakers and Nurses

    4,166,110 4,316,110 4,119,124 -46,986-1.1%Housing and Homelessness 572,036 572,036 603,127 31,091 5.4%Addiction Services

    50,597,045 50,483,849 51,872,188 2.5% 1,275,143Revenues - County Contribution

    707,195 672,393 769,641 62,446 8.8%Ontario Works Administration and Employment Services 483,750 484,881 334,428 -149,322-30.9%Ontario Works Mandatory Benefits

    66,371 62,068 57,476 -8,895-13.4%Discretionary Benefits 4,554 4,554 4,554 0 0.0%Homemakers and Nurses

    246,000 246,000 230,023 -15,977-6.5%Housing and Homelessness 10,930 10,930 14,456 3,526 32.3%Addiction Services

    1,518,800 1,480,826 1,410,578 -7.1% -108,222Revenues - Provincial & Other

    6,665,536 6,861,049 7,125,141 459,605 6.9%Ontario Works Administration and Employment Services 30,434,176 30,202,517 31,812,662 1,378,486 4.5%Ontario Works Mandatory Benefits

    1,143,462 1,147,765 1,112,357 -31,105-2.7%Discretionary Benefits 80,000 80,000 80,000 0 0.0%Homemakers and Nurses

    3,472,563 3,622,513 3,414,500 -58,063-1.7%Housing and Homelessness 507,744 507,744 518,091 10,347 2.0%Addiction Services

    42,303,481 42,421,587 44,062,751 4.2% 1,759,270

    3,452,778 3,282,871 3,730,765 277,987 8.1%Ontario Works Administration and Employment Services 2,327,074 2,303,602 1,588,910 -738,164-31.7%Ontario Works Mandatory Benefits

    478,557 478,557 518,557 40,000 8.4%Discretionary Benefits 15,446 15,446 15,446 0 0.0%Homemakers and Nurses

    447,547 447,597 474,601 27,054 6.0%Housing and Homelessness 53,362 53,362 70,580 17,218 32.3%Addiction Services

    Net Requirements

    6,774,764 6,398,859 6,581,435 -375,905-5.5%- 113 -

  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Social Service

    Community Services

    521, 525, 527, 532, 539, 546, 555, 557, 563, 564, 577

    Social Assistance and Homelessness

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide for personnel and other client program costs to deliver Financial Assistance, Employment Services, Homemakers services and Homelessness Intervention. Eligible residents receive help with costs of food, shelter, clothing and health related items, as well as job search and skills training.

    Highlights:

    The Provincial upload of social assistance benefit costs continues. In 2016, benefits will be cost shared 94.2% by the Province and 5.8% by municipalities. As a result, the net municipal social assistance budgets are decreasing. The gross cost per case has increased by 1.5% due to benefit enhancements announced by the Province. An additional 0.4 FTE staff is requested in the OW administration line. This is proposed to be effective July 1, 2016 and would result in a part time permanent position move to full time. The position is focused on Training and Development and Quality Assurance. Succession planning, training in new systems and ongoing customer service improvements require additional management resourcing to be effective.

    The municipal contribution towards Discretionary Benefits will continue through a combination of Social Services Reserve contribution of $61,814 and an allocation of $40,000 of upload.

    The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has confirmed the Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative (CHPI) funding of $3,314,500 for the next two fiscal years (to March 31, 2017). Additional investments in Housing First programming from Ministry of Health have resulted in less need to fund mental

    health programming through the municipal budget. However, there continues to be a significant need to help people obtain or retain housing, as noted in the December 1, 2014 Report CSSS14-008 Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative Funding. To sustain 2015 levels, an additional $100,000 draw from the City reserve is proposed and an increase in the net requirement of $27,054. Although Schedule A of the Consolidated Service Manager Agreement currently caps the contribution to homelessness at $204,000, the request from the County for 2015 is $230,023. The additional contribution from the County and increase to the City requirement will result in approximately $1.8 million overall for the Housing Stability Fund (HSF). CHPI funding will also be used towards rent supplements including some additional rent supplements associated with the Housing First initiative.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    * This chart includes City and County figures.

    2014 Actual

    2015 Budget

    2016 (Forecast)

    OW Caseload 3,833 3,962 3,962

    Gross OW Monthly Cost per Case

    $675.75 $687.45 $697.49

    # of Issuances of HSF for OW & ODSP Clients

    3,388 3,384 3,384

    Shelter Days of Care Provided 22,154 21,931 21,931

    Social Assistance Statistics

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Social Assistance

    ExpendituresPersonnel 7,428,285 7,428,295 8,068,607 640,322 8.6%Contractual 41,073,430 40,819,100 41,579,349 505,919 1.2%Materials, Supplies 114,008 112,209 114,310 302 0.3%Repairs, Maintenance 10,000 10,000 20,000 10,000 100.0%Debt Charges 187,439 187,439 278,095 90,656 48.4%Fees 7,342 6,842 6,894 -448-6.1%Inter-departmental Charges 994,821 1,144,821 1,000,785 5,964 0.6%New Equipment 24,000 34,000 34,000 10,000 41.7%Rentals 635,016 620,000 640,000 4,984 0.8%Travelling, Training 159,636 158,075 167,080 7,444 4.7%Recoveries -36,932 -36,932 -36,932 0 0.0%

    50,597,045 50,483,849 51,872,188 2.5% 1,275,143

    RevenuesOntario grants 41,349,633 41,465,806 43,284,965 1,935,332 4.7%County and Other Municipal grants & fees 1,518,800 1,480,826 1,410,578 -108,222-7.1%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 575,080 616,854 589,080 14,000 2.4%Transfers from Own funds 72,254 72,254 0 -72,254-100.0%Contribution from Reserve 306,514 266,674 161,814 -144,700-47.2%Contributions From Capital Fund 0 0 26,892 26,892 0.0%

    43,822,281 43,902,414 45,473,329 3.8% 1,651,048

    6,774,764 6,398,859 6,581,435 -375,905-5.5%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Children's Services and Community Social PlanExpenditures

    655,513 703,058 701,009 45,496 6.9%Children's Services Administration 1,470,597 1,500,449 1,669,507 198,910 13.5%Directly Operated Child Care 9,254,422 10,312,889 10,312,889 1,058,467 11.4%Early Learning

    141,686 141,686 141,686 0 0.0%Social Assistance Restructuring 323,653 318,702 379,161 55,508 17.2%Community Social Plan

    11,845,871 12,976,784 13,204,253 11.5% 1,358,382Revenues - County Contribution

    49,364 49,231 62,977 13,613 27.6%Children's Services Administration 85,962 77,074 101,226 15,264 17.8%Directly Operated Child Care

    288,128 290,032 312,342 24,214 8.4%Early Learning 24,087 24,087 24,087 0 0.0%Social Assistance Restructuring

    156,226 151,630 159,533 3,307 2.1%Community Social Plan

    603,767 592,054 660,165 9.3% 56,398Revenues - Provincial & Other

    465,651 513,708 476,093 10,442 2.2%Children's Services Administration 1,142,129 1,204,012 1,307,984 165,855 14.5%Directly Operated Child Care 8,146,234 9,197,382 9,197,382 1,051,148 12.9%Early Learning

    41,700 41,700 63,300 21,600 51.8%Community Social Plan

    9,795,714 10,956,802 11,044,759 12.8% 1,249,045

    140,498 140,119 161,939 21,441 15.3%Children's Services Administration 242,506 219,363 260,297 17,791 7.3%Directly Operated Child Care 820,060 825,475 803,165 -16,895-2.1%Early Learning 117,599 117,599 117,599 0 0.0%Social Assistance Restructuring 125,727 125,372 156,328 30,601 24.3%Community Social Plan

    Net Requirements

    1,446,390 1,499,329 1,427,928 52,939 3.7%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Social Services

    Community Services

    101-501, 503, 505, 508, 511, 517, 547

    Children's Services and Community Social Plan

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide for personnel and other support costs to deliver Childrens Services. Fee subsidy to eligible families, operating grants to licensed child care providers and Special Needs resources results in quality care for children and allows families to attend to their employment and training needs.

    Also included is the cost of other community development initiatives and planning activities that the Social Services Division is involved with.

    Highlights:

    In 2016, there continues to be an increase in licensed child care spaces in the City and the County, primarily due to growth of before and after school programs. This changes the City/County cost shares from 74/26% in 2015 to 72%/28% in 2016.

    Childrens Services administration will continue to have costs related to the administration of the new Wage Enhancement Grant. The program costs are covered by 100% provincial funds. The Ministry of Education allocation for child care is expected to remain the same as what was received in 2015. $200,000 of the unconditional grant has been budgeted for continued Early Learning transition, leaving $180,806 of this grant.

    The Directly Operated Child Care program has partially offset rising costs by budgeting a 2.0% increase in parent fees. The expansion of the Directly Operated School Age program has met the need for additional spaces now that full day kindergarten has been fully implemented and additional revenue from these spaces is also helping to offset rising costs facing the whole directly operated program. The lease at Pearson is now on a

    year to year basis and staff continue to explore various future location options.

    The Community Social Plan (CSP) will continue to improve the delivery of information, referrals, and support to enhance social development and fill service gaps. The following draws on the CSP reserve is planned: $5,000 for the access to recreation project, $15,000 for the Healthy Kids initiative and $43,300 towards the Age Friendly plan. The CSP budget continues to be 40/60 City/County split. New in 2016 is a $20,000 contribution to Community Care Peterborough for senior services and transportation and $10,000 to support the activities and operation of the Peterborough Council on Aging. The Community Care contribution is budgeted to be fully covered by the City due to an increase in volume of services required within the City. The remaining agency supports, including United Way, Peterborough Social Planning Council and Kawartha Food Share, are shared by City/County 50/50.

    Performance Data/Work Program:2014

    Budget2015

    Budget2016

    (Forecast)Children Served 1,803 2,046 1,848

    Licensed Child Care Spaces 2,905 2,913 3,016

    Individuals Assisted at County Drop-Ins

    514 400 450

    Senior Events Participants 954 2,000 2,000

    Children's Services Statistics

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    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Children's Services

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,938,674 2,005,843 2,181,082 242,408 12.5%Contractual 9,604,414 9,956,025 10,030,394 425,980 4.4%Materials, Supplies 73,028 78,268 82,285 9,257 12.7%Repairs, Maintenance 23,500 23,500 24,341 841 3.6%Fees 27,959 29,334 28,856 897 3.2%Other Transfers 91,686 91,686 61,686 -30,000-32.7%Inter-departmental Charges 131,783 841,109 842,858 711,075 539.6%New Equipment 2,150 2,650 2,659 509 23.7%Rentals 103,905 101,572 104,511 606 0.6%Travelling, Training 28,308 26,333 26,128 -2,180-7.7%Recoveries -179,536 -179,536 -180,548 -1,012 0.6%

    11,845,871 12,976,784 13,204,253 11.5% 1,358,382

    RevenuesOntario grants 8,225,707 9,298,523 9,260,908 1,035,201 12.6%Canada grants 0 48,503 48,503 48,503 0.0%County and Other Municipal grants & fees 603,767 592,054 660,165 56,398 9.3%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 1,328,307 1,368,076 1,472,048 143,741 10.8%Contribution from Reserve 241,700 241,700 263,300 21,600 8.9%

    10,399,481 11,548,856 11,704,924 12.6% 1,305,443

    1,446,390 1,499,329 1,427,928 52,939 3.7%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Planning and Development ServicesExpenditures

    2,216,803 2,200,971 2,287,292 70,489 3.2%Planning, Geomatics / Mapping Administration

    15,085,381 15,612,926 15,532,023 446,642 3.0%Housing

    2,737,838 2,720,838 2,870,412 132,574 4.8%Peterborough Airport

    1,956,293 2,424,135 2,121,816 165,523 8.5%Building Inspection and Protective Services

    21,996,315 22,958,870 22,811,543 3.7% 815,228Revenues

    178,400 131,700 178,600 200 0.1%Planning, Geomatics / Mapping Administration

    10,710,473 11,185,132 10,992,507 282,034 2.6%Housing

    577,000 564,000 640,185 63,185 11.0%Peterborough Airport

    1,554,000 1,549,000 1,684,000 130,000 8.4%Building Inspection and Protective Services

    13,019,873 13,429,832 13,495,292 3.7% 475,419

    2,038,403 2,069,271 2,108,692 70,289 3.4%Planning, Geomatics / Mapping Administration

    4,374,908 4,427,794 4,539,516 164,608 3.8%Housing

    2,160,838 2,156,838 2,230,227 69,389 3.2%Peterborough Airport

    402,293 875,135 437,816 35,523 8.8%Building Inspection and Protective Services

    Net Requirements

    8,976,442 9,316,251 9,529,038 339,809 3.8%

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Planning and GeomaticsExpenditures

    1,599,841 1,584,041 1,625,040 25,199 1.6%Administration 616,962 616,930 662,253 45,291 7.3%Geomatics / Mapping

    2,216,803 2,200,971 2,287,292 3.2% 70,489Revenues

    177,600 130,700 177,600 0 0.0%Administration 800 1,000 1,000 200 25.0%Geomatics / Mapping

    178,400 131,700 178,600 0.1% 200

    1,422,241 1,453,341 1,447,440 25,199 1.8%Administration 616,162 615,930 661,253 45,091 7.3%Geomatics / Mapping

    Net Requirements

    2,038,403 2,108,692 2,069,271 70,289 3.4%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Planning and Geomatics/Mapping

    Planning and Development Services

    101-751, 753

    Administration, Geomatics/Mapping, Property Administration

    Statement of Purpose:

    To administer the processing of subdivision plans, zoning and official plan amendments, and site plans.

    To administer the work of the Committee of Adjustment.

    To advise City Council and other boards, commissions and departments on changes to the Official Plan, the comprehensive Zoning By-law, and other planning documents.

    To research and monitor community planning and development opportunities which includes conducting surveys and developing consultation programs to assist in developing planning policy.

    To administer all municipal planning activities, including parks planning.

    To administer the purchase and sale of municipal property.

    To administer the development of the Citys Industrial Parks and Airport.

    To fulfill the leadership role within the City for spatial data management, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology and mapping services.

    Highlights:

    Major Work Program Highlights for the Planning and Geomatics/Mapping (GM) Divisions in 2016 (subject to budget approval):

    Planning

    1. Ongoing implementation of Central Area Master Plan strategies and CIP programs. 2. Completion of detailed design and engineering for Del Crary Park to Little Lake Cemetery phase of the Otonabee River Trail.3. Phase 1 construction for the Charlotte Street Renewal and Louis Street Urban Park.

    Geomatics/Mapping4. Review and Implement Amanda/GIS interface.5. Implement new system infrastructure recommended from the 2015 Capacity Planning

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    Major initiatives in 2015:

    Planning1. Official Plan update completed.2. Urban Design Study and EA for the Otonabee River Trail (Del Crary Park to Little Lake Cemetery) completed. 3. Construction of TransCanada Trail from Lansdowne Street E to Technology Drive completed.4. Detailed design and engineering for Charlotte Street upgrade/Louis Street Urban Park completed.5. Property acquisitions to support the Airport expansion.

    Geomatics/Mapping6. Full system architecture redesign - Database, Servers, Cloud Storage, VPN access.7. Capacity Planning Tool Implementation (long term planning) - System requirements, model performance.8. Migration of Geospatial Applications and Interfaces to a Centralized Core Geospatial Environment. 9. New Orthophotography, Horizontal Control Monuments, and a new Vertical Control network.- 122 -

  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Planning and Geomatics

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,593,843 1,593,811 1,646,537 52,694 3.3%Contractual 198,000 183,000 215,000 17,000 8.6%Materials, Supplies 28,150 27,350 28,150 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 26,810 26,810 27,605 795 3.0%Contributions to Reserves 370,000 370,000 370,000 0 0.0%

    2,216,803 2,200,971 2,287,292 3.2% 70,489

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 176,400 130,700 176,600 200 0.1%Sale of publications, equip 2,000 1,000 2,000 0 0.0%

    178,400 131,700 178,600 0.1% 200

    2,038,403 2,108,692 2,069,271 70,289 3.4%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    HousingExpenditures

    970,134 968,684 1,034,973 64,839 6.7%Housing Administration 3,148,000 3,148,000 3,424,000 276,000 8.8%Peerborough Housing Corporation 1,677,108 1,619,814 1,628,150 -48,958-2.9%Rent Supplement Programs 6,925,000 6,925,000 6,871,500 -53,500-0.8%Non Profit and Native Housing Providers

    283,500 283,500 289,160 5,660 2.0%Housing Resource Centre 133,800 133,800 136,500 2,700 2.0%Housing Access Peterborough 750,000 750,000 125,000 -625,000-83.3%Special Program Funding - DOOR

    1,197,839 1,784,128 2,022,740 824,901 68.9%Special Program Funding - IAH

    15,085,381 15,612,926 15,532,023 3.0% 446,642Revenues

    535,372 535,036 561,373 26,001 4.9%Housing Administration 2,005,556 1,951,556 2,191,200 185,644 9.3%Peerborough Housing Corporation 1,156,589 1,099,295 1,103,796 -52,793-4.6%Rent Supplement Programs 4,839,775 4,839,775 4,758,542 -81,233-1.7%Non Profit and Native Housing Providers

    153,090 153,090 156,146 3,056 2.0%Housing Resource Centre 72,252 72,252 73,710 1,458 2.0%Housing Access Peterborough

    750,000 750,000 125,000 -625,000-83.3%Special Program Funding - DOOR 1,197,839 1,784,128 2,022,740 824,901 68.9%Special Program Funding - IAH

    10,710,473 11,185,132 10,992,507 2.6% 282,034

    434,762 433,648 473,600 38,838 8.9%Housing Administration 1,142,444 1,196,444 1,232,800 90,356 7.9%Peerborough Housing Corporation

    520,519 520,519 524,354 3,835 0.7%Rent Supplement Programs 2,085,225 2,085,225 2,112,958 27,733 1.3%Non Profit and Native Housing Providers

    130,410 130,410 133,014 2,604 2.0%Housing Resource Centre 61,548 61,548 62,790 1,242 2.0%Housing Access Peterborough

    Net Requirements

    4,374,908 4,539,516 4,427,794 164,608 3.8%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Housing

    Planning and Development Services

    791, 792, 793, 794, 795, 796, 797, 798, 799, 800, 801, 802, 803, 804, 805, 806

    Housing

    Statement of Purpose:

    The City of Peterborough is the provincially designated Service Manager for a portfolio of approximately 2,000 social housing units in the City and County, managed by 18 non-profit providers and Peterborough Housing Corporation (PHC). Social housing is subsidized by the City and County. The City also manages new Affordable Housing Programs which are funded by senior governments to construct affordable rental housing, and assist low-income households by providing loans and grants. This work is guided by the Ten-year Housing and Homelessness Plan (2014 to 2024).

    Highlights:

    The majority of the Housing Divisions budget is for social housing, as prescribed by the Housing Services Act. A consolidated service agreement between the City and County sets the cost sharing formula until 2018. The County's share is 54.2% in 2016 (54.0% in 2015).

    The City's legislated responsibilities for social housing include: Maintaining service levels (1,569 units which are rent geared-to-income); Calculating and paying annual subsidies using several funding formulas; Managing a social housing waiting list (Housing Access Peterborough); Providing local rules about eligibility, priority and occupancy of social housing; Conducting operational reviews; and, Reporting to the Province on annual compliance.

    The Divisions annual work program consists of activities in

    Social Housing, Rent Supplement and other rental support programs, Affordable Housing Programs and Policy Development. The City is the sole shareholder of PHC.

    Social housing is a community asset that has an assessed value of $124.2 million dollars. The City plans for the future of this stock and takes measures to preserve this asset. City staff provides professional advice about asset and property management, capital repair, and good governance to the staff and hundreds of volunteers on the non-profit Board of Directors that own and manage the portfolio.

    The Division designs and delivers Affordable Housing Programs, negotiates for funding with the Province and other partners, monitors construction of Affordable Housing projects, and ensures annual program compliance.

    The Division has service contracts with the Housing Resource Centre (HRC is operated by the Community Counselling and Resource Centre) and Housing Access Peterborough (HAP is delivered by PHC). The Division supports the work of the Affordable Housing Action Committee (AHAC), their annual publication (Housing is Fundamental) and periodic research projects.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The need for affordable housing in the City and County is measured annually as follows: households on the social housing waiting list have declined by about 36 households to 1,474; the average two-bedroom apartment monthly rent has increased by about 4% to $952 since 2013; and the vacancy rate is 2.9%, down from 4.8% in 2013 indicating that there are fewer vacant rental units.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Housing

    ExpendituresPersonnel 677,483 677,483 691,923 14,440 2.1%Contractual 14,817,897 15,242,289 15,165,900 348,003 2.3%Materials, Supplies 3,200 3,000 3,000 -200-6.3%Inter-departmental Charges 29,801 29,801 30,500 699 2.3%Travelling, Training 17,000 16,600 20,700 3,700 21.8%Contributions to Reserves 250,000 503,753 330,000 80,000 32.0%Recoveries -710,000 -860,000 -710,000 0 0.0%

    15,085,381 15,612,926 15,532,023 3.0% 446,642

    RevenuesOntario grants 4,824,712 5,300,925 5,504,063 679,351 14.1%County and Other Municipal grants & fees 5,135,761 5,080,454 5,316,404 180,643 3.5%Fees, Service Charges, Donations 0 53,753 47,040 47,040 0.0%Contribution from Reserve 750,000 750,000 125,000 -625,000-83.3%

    10,710,473 11,185,132 10,992,507 2.6% 282,034

    4,374,908 4,539,516 4,427,794 164,608 3.8%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Peterborough AirportExpenditures

    2,737,838 2,720,838 2,870,412 4.8% 132,574Peterborough Airport

    Revenues

    577,000 564,000 640,185 11.0% 63,185Peterborough Airport

    2,160,838 2,230,227 2,156,838 69,389 3.2%Net Requirements

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Peterborough Airport

    Planning and Development Services

    101-392

    Peterborough Airport

    Statement of Purpose:

    To operate and develop the Peterborough Airport, as an aviation industrial park, a service to area businesses, and a community gateway for tourism, business and general aviation.

    Highlights:

    The Peterborough Airport is a very active industrial park, containing 19 businesses that employ over 300 full time employees, plus seasonal workers. In addition, Seneca College School of Aviation and Flight Technology located at the airport has over 200 students. Aircraft movements have increased from approximately 35,000 to 70,000 per year.

    Loomex Property Management has completed the third year of the Airport Management and Operations Contract which has eight years remaining, following a three year extension in 2015. The Contract guarantees firm pricing for eight years and places the burden of supplying, maintaining and replacing equipment on the Contractor within the contract amount. This ensures predictability in operating expenses for the next eight years. The management structure includes an Airport Administrator position which is the one FTE position at the airport.

    The 2016 operating budget reflects additional day-to-day costs of approximately $100,000. This increased amount is attributed to maintaining new infrastructure, hydro, contractual services as per the Airport Management and Operations contract and maintaining the Transport Canada regulated obstacle limitation surface requirements. The property taxes are estimated to increase by $40,000 which is recovered from the tenants.

    Revenue Projections for 2016 have been adjusted to reflect

    revised fees and new charter fees increasing revenues by $33,000. The tax revenue increased by $40,000 relating to recovery from tenants.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    LPS Consulting completed a Business Plan for the airport as well as a Master Plan in draft form. The two guiding documents are being used as tools in the development and marketing of the airport.

    In 2016, focus will continue on marketing the airport facility for industrial/commercial uses and private hangars. To facilitate this enhanced marketing effort, the 2016 Airport capital budget reflects $100,000 marketing project.

    Protection of the newly extended runway obstacle limitation surface, through amended Federal zoning process will continue.

    Excess development review fees are transferred to a reserve to be used for future airport development related expenditures.

    An annual contribution to the Airport Development Debt Servicing Reserve of $1.2 million is necessary to fund the Citys share of the ISF Airport Expansion Capital Project.

    The dedicated Pavement Reserve of $50,000 to maintain the asphalt surfaces will continue. Quality assurance audits are required by Transport Canada's regulated Safety Management System. 2016 begins an annual contribution of $10,000 for an external quality assurance audit to be completed every 3 to 4 years.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Peterborough Airport

    ExpendituresPersonnel 134,471 134,471 139,560 5,089 3.8%Contractual 939,610 933,610 1,016,535 76,925 8.2%Materials, Supplies 6,030 6,030 8,600 2,570 42.6%Repairs, Maintenance 92,500 92,500 98,000 5,500 5.9%Fees 321,557 321,557 363,047 41,490 12.9%Inter-departmental Charges 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 0.0%Travelling, Training 1,670 1,670 1,670 0 0.0%Contributions to Reserves 1,237,000 1,226,000 1,238,000 1,000 0.1%

    2,737,838 2,720,838 2,870,412 4.8% 132,574

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 552,000 539,000 615,185 63,185 11.4%Other Capital Purposes 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 0.0%

    577,000 564,000 640,185 11.0% 63,185

    2,160,838 2,230,227 2,156,838 69,389 3.2%NET REQUIREMENT

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Building Services DivisionExpenditures

    1,434,000 1,434,000 1,564,000 130,000 9.1%Building Services Division 522,293 990,135 557,816 35,523 6.8%By-law Enforcement

    1,956,293 2,424,135 2,121,816 8.5% 165,523Revenues

    1,434,000 1,434,000 1,564,000 130,000 9.1%Building Services Division 120,000 115,000 120,000 0 0.0%By-law Enforcement

    1,554,000 1,549,000 1,684,000 8.4% 130,000

    402,293 875,135 437,816 35,523 8.8%By-law EnforcementNet Requirements

    402,293 437,816 875,135 35,523 8.8%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Building Services Division

    Planning and Development Services

    101- 431 and 101-433

    Building Services Division

    Statement of Purpose:

    To ensure substantial compliance with the Ontario Building Code (OBC) and associated Regulations for the protection of citizens and property;

    To interpret and enforce by-laws with regard to zoning, property standards, property maintenance and signage; including the administration, enforcement, education and dispersal of information to the public regarding the OBC, municipal by-laws regulating development and related applicable laws under the Building Code Act.

    To respond to non-permit based and emergency situations, where danger or threat to life of building occupants and/or the general public is created by damaged buildings or other unsafe conditions, including the management of corporate risk and financial liability with regard to terminating emergency/unsafe situations.

    Highlights:

    Total building activity for 2015 was consistent with overall budget expectations. Economists suggest limited growth in 2016. The 2016 budget includes the second phase, 10% adjustment to the permit fee schedule to ensure that revenues keep pace with inflationary costs within the division, including the salary burden of qualified inspectors.

    This is expected to result in 2016 Building Permit revenues of approximately $1.56 million.

    2014 saw the introduction of new Building Code standards and 2016 will see new Building Code Training for those standards. In

    addition, existing/provincially qualified Building Officials will have to participate in, and complete, a knowledge maintenance program in order to continue enforcing the Building Code Act (BCA) and the OBC. Attendance at a significant number of training events will be required in 2016 to address this new requirement for qualification maintenance. This Division is continuing to explore the possibility of issuing POA Part 1 offense notices (tickets) for the enforcement of certain offenses. This is slated for completion in 2016 and is now under the divisional direction of the Supervisor Enforcement Services and the project lead is Legal Services. In addition to the ongoing review of bylaws enforced by this division, a new enforcement model has been implemented to reflect a more proactive enforcement strategy.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    In 2014, 644 permits were issued for residential projects resulting in the creation of 389 new residential living units with a value in excess of $70,000,000. The Institutional - Commercial - Industrial sector also saw a solid performance with 179 permits being issued resulting in a total built value of more than $98,000,000. Several successful staff recruitments were achieved within the division, effectively eliminating the five year staff shortage. The final phase of the enhancement of Bylaw Enforcement Services was put into place, and statistics indicated the division turnaround time on complaints has dropped dramatically and the enforcement file numbers have increased. These statistics indicate a quicker response to complaints and a more comprehensive follow through on enforcement.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Building Services Division

    ExpendituresPersonnel 1,636,564 2,104,006 1,695,905 59,341 3.6%Contractual 74,416 74,316 77,056 2,640 3.5%Materials, Supplies 8,400 9,300 10,400 2,000 23.8%Fees 2,670 2,670 2,697 27 1.0%Inter-departmental Charges 151,625 151,625 154,600 2,975 2.0%New Equipment 2,500 3,500 3,500 1,000 40.0%Travelling, Training 90,215 90,715 100,050 9,835 10.9%Contributions to Reserves -8,097 -9,997 79,608 87,705-1,083.2%Recoveries -2,000 -2,000 -2,000 0 0.0%

    1,956,293 2,424,135 2,121,816 8.5% 165,523

    RevenuesFees, Service Charges, Donations 76,000 76,000 76,000 0 0.0%Licenses & Permits 1,478,000 1,473,000 1,608,000 130,000 8.8%

    1,554,000 1,549,000 1,684,000 8.4% 130,000

    402,293 437,816 875,135 35,523 8.8%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Financial Services Other Financial Summary - Operating Budget

    Financial Services - Other Financial

    Capital Financing Costs

    21,242,988 21,277,988 22,238,985 995,997 4.7%Capital Financing Costs-2,500,000 2,500,000 -2,500,000 0 0.0%Sewer Surcharge Revenue

    18,742,988 19,738,985 18,777,988 995,997 5.3%Net Capital Financing Charges

    26,313,962 27,659,228 26,505,364 1,345,266 15.1%Total Gross Expenditures

    3,214,395 3,112,060 3,283,236 68,841 2.1%Property Taxation Costs

    1,422,562 1,365,316 1,358,709 -63,853-4.5%Other Expenditures

    434,017 750,000 778,298 344,281 79.3%Contingency

    23,813,962 25,159,228 24,005,364 1,345,266 15.1%Total Net Expenditures

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Capital Financing Costs

    Corporate Services Other Financial Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To raise funds in the Operating Budget and transfer to the capital fund to help pay for the current years capital works program.To provide for principal and interest payments on tax-supported debt that has been issued as of the beginning of the year plus an amount estimated to be issued during 2016.

    To transfer funds to various reserves which in turn will be used to fund specific operating and capital expenditures.

    Highlights:

    Debt and Capital Levy

    Tax-supported debt charges reflected in this budget exclude debt recoverable from other non-tax sources which have been included in other departmental budgets.

    On April 23, 2012, Council approved a Debt Management and Capital Financing Plan through Report CPFS12-011 presented to the Budget Committee on April 4, 2012. The Plan increased the amount of debt the City can issue as well as Capital Levy dedicated to capital projects. To phase-in the new plan, the total annual amount of new tax-supported debt charges, plus any increase in the capital levy provision is limited to a 1% impact on the all-inclusive tax increase.

    For 2013-2015, 1% of the all-inclusive tax increase was dedicated to additional capital projects.

    For 2016, in recognition of the desire to lower the tax increase but the need to still move forward with badly needed capital works, tax supported debt charges have increased $0.75 million

    representing an increase of 0.5% of the all-inclusive increase rather than the 1%.

    The dividend received from the Peterborough Utilities Group of Companies is used to bolster the annual capital levy provisions in accordance with a policy adopted by Council on March 27, 2000, based on Report FAFS00-005. The annual amount for 2016 is $5,443,000.

    Transfer to the Flood Reduction Master Plan (FRMP) Reserve from Capital Levy

    Traditionally, $2.5 million capital levy is transferred to the Capital Levy supported FRMP reserve. As approved through the Budget Guideline Report CPFS15-036 dated July 27, 2015, it is being recommended that $2.1 million of the $2.5 million be deferred and an amount of $0.4 million be allocated for 2016.

    Transfer to the FRMP Reserve from Sewer Surcharge

    It is being recommended that $2.5 million of the 2016 sewer surcharge be transferred to the Sewer Surcharge Supported FRMP reserve to fund specific Flood Reduction Master Plan capital projects as identified in the 2016 Capital Budget.

    Sewer Surcharge Revenue

    The $2.5 million transfer to the Sewer Surcharge supported FRMP reserve is funded from the Sewer Surcharge, which is levied by the PUSI on the water bills.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Capital Financing Costs

    7,940,555 7,940,555 8,690,555 750,000 9.4%Tax Supported Debt Charges 8,302,433 8,337,433 10,648,430 2,345,997 28.3%Capital Levy

    16,242,988 16,277,988 19,338,985 19.1% 3,095,997

    Transfer to Reserves and Reserve Funds

    2,500,000 2,500,000 400,000 -2,100,000-84.0%Transfer to FRMP Reserve from Capital Levy 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 0 0.0%Transfer to FRMP Reserve from Sewer Surcharge Revenue

    5,000,000 5,000,000 2,900,000 -42.0% -2,100,000

    Revenue

    2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 0 0.0%Sewer Surcharge Revenue

    2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 0.0% 0

    18,742,988 19,738,985 18,777,988 995,997 5.3%Total Net Capital Financing Costs

    21,242,988 21,277,988 22,238,985 995,997 4.7%Total Gross Capital Financing Costs

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Property Taxation Costs

    Corporate Services

    101-141-75487558

    Other Financial Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funding for various Property Tax Credits and Rebates, and Tax remission expenditures related to Annexation and the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation.

    Highlights:

    Tax Credit Programs for Low Income Seniors and People with Disabilities

    The amount of credit under the program for low income seniors, or the program for low income people with disabilities, is based on a formula that limits the net tax levy increase per property (after considering the credit), to no more than 2% with a cap of $561. Eligible property owners can only receive one of the credit programs.

    Rebates to Registered Charities

    City By-law 98-122 established a tax rebate for registered charities program that was mandatory under the provisions of the Municipal Act as part of the assessment/tax reforms implemented in 1998. To qualify for mandatory relief, the charity must be a registered charity as defined in Subsection 248 (1) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) and have a registration number issued by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. Although the legislation establishes a minimum 40% rebate requirement, at its meeting held November 14, 2005, Council resolved that the tax rebate to registered charities be increased from 40% to the lesser of 100% of taxes payable by the charities or $50,000 effective for the 2006 taxation years and after (FAFS05-040). The 2016 budget for this rebate is $350,000.

    Tax Remissions

    The $1.3 million write-off provision is an estimate of the municipal tax loss due to assessment appeals and tax reductions/cancellations that may occur under various sections of the Municipal Act. During 2016, it is expected that a number of large outstanding multi-year province wide appeals could be resolved. Any surplus or deficit budget at the end of the year is netted to a reserve for tax write-offs that has an unallocated balance of $593,000 as of December 31, 2014.

    Otonabee/Smith Annexation Development Charge Payment

    The $150,000 Otonabee/Smith Annexation Development Charge Payment stems from a two-phase Boundary Adjustment Agreement signed in 1997 whereby the City agreed to make an annual payment to the townships for a twenty-year period equal to the greater of $300 per residential unit or 10% of the Citys prevailing City Residential development charge.

    Municipal Property Assessment Corporation

    The $966,536 provision for the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) reflects an anticipated 0.9% increase from 2015. MPAC is responsible for assessing all property in Ontario and operates under the authority of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation Act.

    Community Improvement Plans

    The City has in place various incentive programs as they relate to property tax assistance including Brownfields Tax Assistance, Central Area Revitalization Grant, and Brownfields Rehabilitation Grant Program. The 2016 provision is $384,000.

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  • CITY OF PETERBOROUGH2016 Operating Budget

    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Property Taxation CostsExpenditures

    98,400 99,000 99,000 600 0.6%Central Area Revitalization 271,600 253,000 285,000 13,400 4.9%Brownfields Tax non-shareable 940,495 957,440 966,536 26,041 2.8%Ont Property Assessment Corp 120,000 110,000 120,000 0 0.0%Senior Citizens Tax Credit

    9,000 9,000 9,000 0 0.0%ODSP Tax Credit 200 200 200 0 0.0%98 Low Inc Sr & Dis Credit

    3,500 3,000 3,500 0 0.0%Age 55 - 64 Tax Cr Municipal 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 0.0%Sec 364 Vacancies Municipal 950,000 860,000 950,000 0 0.0%General 340,000 350,000 350,000 10,000 2.9%Charitable Rebates

    11,000 10,420 -11,000-100.0%Credit for Annexed Areas - OSM 110,000 110,000 150,000 40,000 36.4%Township Annexations

    6,800 -6,800-100.0%OSM Annexation Compensation 3,400 -3,400-100.0%County Annexation Compensation

    3,214,395 3,112,060 3,283,236 2.1% 68,841

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Other Expenditures

    Corporate Services

    136, 137, 141, 998

    Other Financial Services

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide for various corporate and financial commitments and provide a contingency for one time or unknown expenditures.

    Highlights:

    Contribution to Sick Leave/Unallocated Benefit Cost - The $40,000 contribution to the Sick Leave reserve will increase the reserve balance to approximately $2.1 million. The Peterborough Professional Fire Fighters Association may vest a portion of their unused sick leave and earn entitlement to a cash payment when they leave the City's employment. As of the end of 2016, the total liability under the sick leave plan is estimated to be $2.8 million. Any surplus budget of unallocated benefit costs at the end of the year is transferred to an Employee Benefits Reserve to provide for any other unfunded Post-Employment benefits.

    Police Noise Control - The $25,000 noise control provision is a transfer to Police Services to pay for noise-by-law enforcement.

    Auditing Fees - The Audit Fees provision of $80,800 is for the estimated expense to undertake the Citys 2016 audit which will be completed in 2017. The current audit services agreement with Collins Barrow Kawarthas expires in 2016. Insurance and Risk Management - The $811,750 insurance provision includes $410,000 for estimated deductible payments; and $275,650 for premium payments for corporate coverages and broker fees. Any surplus or deficit budget at the end of the year is netted to an Insurance Reserve.

    Bank Service Charges - At its meeting held February 14, 2011, based on Report CPFRAS11-001, Council approved an agreement with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) for the supply of Banking Services for the period March 1, 2011 to February 28, 2016. The Bank Service Charges of $1,000 are the estimated fees that will be payable to CIBC in 2016.

    200 Jameson Drive Lease Agreement - The City signed a 25-year lease, starting January 1, 2001, to lease an 85,000 square foot building at 200 Jameson Drive. The City, in turn, sub-leased the building to AmeriCredit for a guaranteed ten-year term. The ten-year term was completed in 2011. Through Report OCS10-002, dated February 22, 2010, the City and Americredit have extended their lease at a base rate of $10.54 per square foot (psf) until July 31, 2019. As the annual payment to the owner of 200 Jameson Drive is $12.09 psf, the City is responsible for the difference, which equates to an annual payment of $202,859.

    Contribution to Doctors Recruitment Incentive Reserve Fund - The reserve had a balance of $24,000 at December 31, 2014. It is expected that the 2016 contribution of $80,000 will fulfill future expected commitments.

    Contingency - The contingency provision is available for unexpected expenditures that may occur during the year or for items that fall under Section 239 (2) of the Municipal Act 2001, which may be discussed in a Closed Budget Committee session during the reviews. At the end of each year, if there is an unused portion of the contingency budget, subject to overall year end position, the surplus budget is transferred to the Capital Levy Reserve to be used to help fund the capital works program in the following year.

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    Description

    2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    2015 Budget $

    Other ExpendituresExpenditures

    40,000 40,000 40,000 0 0.0%Contribution to Sick Leave Reserve 27,500 27,500 27,500 0 0.0%DBIA in Kind Service 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 0.0%Police - Noise Control 80,800 80,800 80,600 -200-0.2%Auditing Fees 75,000 25,000 25,000 -50,000-66.7%Credit Rating and Debenture Expenses

    841,903 827,157 811,750 -30,153-3.6%Insurance and Risk Management 202,859 202,859 202,859 0 0.0%200 Jameson Drive Lease Agreement

    32,500 40,000 45,000 12,500 38.5%Postage 1,000 1,000 5,000 4,000 400.0%Bank Service Charges

    16,000 16,000 16,000 0 0.0%Policing Costs for Little Lake Music Fest 80,000 80,000 80,000 0 0.0%Contribution to (from) Doctors Recruitment Incentive Reserve Fund

    1,422,562 1,365,316 1,358,709 -4.5% -63,853Contingency Provision

    434,017 750,000 778,298 344,281 79.3%Contingency

    434,017 750,000 778,298 79.3% 344,281

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    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Transfers to Organizations for Provision of Services Summary - Operating Budget

    Transfers to Organizations for Provision of Services

    23,208,908 23,208,908 23,830,242 621,334 2.7%Police Services 4,337,255 4,335,579 4,547,895 210,640 4.9%Peterborough County/City Paramedics Service 1,012,387 1,012,407 1,305,744 293,357 29.0%Fairhaven 1,194,381 1,194,381 1,216,752 22,371 1.9%Peterborough County-City Health Unit

    962,499 962,499 930,749 -31,750-3.3%Peterborough Economic Development 665,899 668,916 714,746 48,847 7.3%Otonabee Region Conservation Authority 337,200 337,200 349,900 12,700 3.8%Humane Society

    8,748 8,748 17,496 8,748 100.0%Primary Health Care Services Peterborough

    31,727,277 32,913,524 31,728,638 1,186,247 0.0%

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Police Services (Including Police Board)

    Police

    101-201 to 101-299

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide a full range of police services, as required by the Police Services Act, including the Police Services Board.The Police Services Act legislates that there shall be a Police Services Board for every municipality that maintains a police force.

    Highlights:

    In accordance with the Police Services Act, the Peterborough Police Service has a separate budget process, which includes submission to, and approval by, the Police Services Board. In accordance with Section 39 (1) of the Police Services Act:39. (1) The board shall submit operating and capital estimates to the municipal council that will show, separately, the amounts that will be required,a) to maintain the police force and provide it with equipment and facilities; andb) to pay the expenses of the boards operation other than the remuneration of board members.

    Subsections 3 and 4 of Section 39 stipulate that:39. (3) Upon reviewing the estimates, the council shall establish an overall budget for the board for the purposes described in clauses (1) (a) and (b) and, in doing so, the council is not bound to adopt the estimates submitted by the board.(4) In establishing an overall budget for the board, the council does not have the authority to approve or disapprove specific items in the estimates.

    For 2016, the net Police Services budget includes $549,260 from Selwyn Township for police services on a contract basis to the Lakefield Ward within the Township of Selwyn.

    The budget also includes $1,191,078 for contracted services to the Township of Cavan Monaghan.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The budget includes additional revenue of $141,867 as a result of the Court Security Prisoner Transportation (CSPT) Program from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Grant.

    This budget addresses the requirement to adequately resource core policing and administrative functions, as required under the Police Services Act. It is a maintenance budget with no new programs, positions and no anticipated costs but does maintain the investments made to date.

    Reserve planning continues with annual contributions of $20,000 to the Business Plan Reserve. These funds will be utilized for the consultation, preparation and printing of the next plan for 2016-2018.

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    Description

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 Approved

    Police ServicesExpenditures

    805,034 805,033 835,294 30,260 3.8%Police Executive 12,508,624 12,439,832 13,399,551 890,927 7.1%Police Operations

    3,772,664 3,727,107 3,747,010 -25,654-0.7%Administrative Support 4,868,085 4,878,818 4,943,106 75,021 1.5%Investigative Services 3,387,379 3,451,479 3,709,531 322,152 9.5%Communications & Tech

    25,341,786 25,302,269 26,634,492 5.1% 1,292,706

    2,415,157 2,415,157 3,161,170 30.9% 746,013Police Services Revenue

    22,926,629 23,473,322 22,887,112 546,693 2.4%Net Police Services Expenditure

    Police Board

    282,279 321,796 356,920 26.4% 74,641Police Board Expenses

    25,624,065 25,624,065 26,991,412 1,367,347 5.3%Total Gross Police Services

    2,415,157 2,415,157 3,161,170 746,013 30.9%Total Revenue Police Services

    23,208,908 23,830,242 23,208,908 621,334 2.7%Net Cost Police Services

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Peterborough County/City Paramedics Service (PCCP)

    Corporate Services

    101-140-7885

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funds to Peterborough County for the Citys share of paramedic services.

    Highlights:

    The County of Peterborough is the delivery agent for both the City and the County. The Citys portion of PCCP expenses for 2016 has been budgeted at $4,547,895 or a 4.9% increase ($210,640) over the 2015 budget. The cost share between the City and the County is based on population. The City share for 2016 is remains at 58.32% the same as 2015.

    This amount is based on preliminary information from the County. A final budget is expected early in 2016. Once the final 2016 budget is known, it is recommended that any adjustments to the Citys portion of the PCCP budget be netted against the 2016 general contingency provision.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Peterborough County/City Paramedics Service

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 4,337,255 4,335,579 4,547,895 210,640 4.9%

    4,337,255 4,335,579 4,547,895 4.9% 210,640

    4,337,255 4,547,895 4,335,579 210,640 4.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Fairhaven

    Corporate Services

    101-140-XXXX

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funds for the Citys share of debt principle and interest payments related to the rebuild of Fairhaven which took place in 2003 as well as a provision for the Citys share of Fairhaven's Operating Budget.

    Highlights:

    On December 13, 1999, Council agreed to provide long-term funding support for the Fairhaven Home Rebuild project and resolved:that the Peterborough City Council include in its capital budget for the next 20 years up to $700,000 per year, subject to the confirmation of final cost through a competitive tender process, to be put toward the capital cost of rebuilding Fairhaven Home.

    At the time, the $700,000 annual amount was to be a maximum amount that, when combined with the Countys $350,000 annual contribution, and the contribution from the Province through a $10.35 per bed, per day subsidy, would be used by the Home to meet annual mortgage payments on an approximate $24.5 million twenty-year mortgage expected to be taken out by the Home when construction was complete.

    Under the terms of the Ministry of Healths funding formula for such Category D rebuild projects, the provincial contribution of 50% of the cost of the facility will be paid over 20 years as a $10.35 per bed, per day subsidy. This provincial subsidy would amount to $956,000 annually and would be allocated toward the debt repayment, and the balance of the debt repayment was to be paid for through operating revenues, operating surpluses (reserve transition fund), and the City/County financing commitment.

    The Citys commitment expires in 2021. The actual annual amount of this obligation is $679,074.

    In addition, and based upon recent discussions with Fairhaven staff, an increased provision for Fairhaven's Operating Budget in the amount of $293,337 has been included, for a total 2016 Operating contribution of $626,670 (2015 - $333,000). The total obligation to Fairhaven from Operating is $1,305,744.

    As part of report CPFS12-062 dated September 4, 2012, Council resolved that, beginning with the 2013 Capital Budget, an annual amount be included to support Fairhavens capital program for on-going capital funding for Fairhaven. An amount of $192,200 (2015 - $184,800) is included in Other Capital.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Fairhaven

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 1,012,387 1,012,407 1,305,744 293,357 29.0%

    1,012,387 1,012,407 1,305,744 29.0% 293,357

    1,012,387 1,305,744 1,012,407 293,357 29.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    County City Health Unit

    Corporate Services

    101-140-7865

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funds to the Peterborough County-City Health Unit (CCHU) for the Citys share of their operating requirements.

    Highlights:

    The Ministry of Health (MOH) funds 75% of the budget. The local share, after deducting the 75% MOH contribution, is allocated to the City, County, Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha First Nation based on population. The Citys 2016 budgeted contribution is $1,216,752, which represents a 2.0% increase over the 2015 amount. The amount consists of a base budget of $1,140,935 plus $75,817 for the Citys share of expected occupancy costs of 185 King Street.

    The budget is an estimate as the CCHU board has not yet approved a 2016 budget. Once the final 2016 budget is known, it is recommended that any adjustments to the Citys portion of the CCHU budget be netted against the 2016 general contingency provision.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Peterborough County-City Health Unit

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 1,194,381 1,194,381 1,216,752 22,371 1.9%

    1,194,381 1,194,381 1,216,752 1.9% 22,371

    1,194,381 1,216,752 1,194,381 22,371 1.9%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Peterborough Economic Development

    Corporate Services

    101-140-7910

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funds to the Peterborough Economic Development (PED) for the Citys share of operating requirements.

    Highlights:

    The agreement between the County and City of Peterborough with respect to the provision of economic development and tourism services for the period expires on December 31, 2016.

    Section 5.02, of the existing agreement, stipulates that funding will be provided to the PED in a base amount equal to the previous years budget plus, at least, the increase in the Consumers Price Index for the previous year. CPI has been estimated at 2.0%.

    The agreement specifies that the annual net costs shall be allocated to the City and County in proportion to their permanent population, as established by official census statistics. The Citys share is 58.32%.

    The 2016 budget for PED funding support has been set at $930,749 or 2.0% higher than the 2015 budgeted base level of $912,499. The budget shows a reduced contribution from the City as 2015 included a one-time incremental contribution request in the amount of $50,000 to execute the Travel Media Association of Canada Conference.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Peterborough Economic Development

    ExpendituresInter-departmental Charges 962,499 962,499 930,749 -31,750-3.3%

    962,499 962,499 930,749 -3.3% -31,750

    962,499 930,749 962,499 -31,750-3.3%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

    Corporate Services

    101-140-7810

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    To provide funds to the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority (ORCA) for the Citys share of operating and capital requirements.

    Highlights:

    The 2016 budgeted contribution is $714,749, which represents a 7.3% increase over the 2015 amount. The budgeted amount includes the following two items over and above the base levy:- Source Water Protection - $28,000 - Citys portion of Special Capital Levy Millbrook Dam - $7,529

    The budget is an estimate as the ORCA board has not yet approved a 2016 budget. Once the final 2016 budget is known, it is recommended that any adjustments to the Citys portion of the ORCA budget be netted against the 2016 general contingency provision.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 665,899 668,916 714,746 48,847 7.3%

    665,899 668,916 714,746 7.3% 48,847

    665,899 714,746 668,916 48,847 7.3%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Humane Society

    Legal Services

    101 140 7806

    Humane Society

    Statement of Purpose:

    The Peterborough Humane Society provides animal control services to the City.

    Highlights:

    The City and Peterborough Humane Society (PHS) entered into a 5-year agreement in 2014 ending in 2019. PHS provides animal control services including enforcement of the City's animal control by-laws and provincial legislation. In addition PHS operates the City's Pound and issues dog licenses.

    The City pays an all inclusive price for the services and PHS retains Pound fees; destruction and disposal fees; dog license fees and 50% of fine revenue collected.

    Performance Data/Work Program:

    The PHS provides the City with monthly reports detailing numbers of impounded animals; strays received; number and type of by-law complaints; number of warnings issued and charges laid and number of dog tags issued.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Humane Society

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 337,200 337,200 349,900 12,700 3.8%

    337,200 337,200 349,900 3.8% 12,700

    337,200 349,900 337,200 12,700 3.8%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    Department:

    Division:

    Activity Name:

    Budget Account #:

    Form 1

    Primary Health Care Services Peterborough

    Corporate Services

    101-140

    Transfers to Organizations

    Statement of Purpose:

    As of July 2015, the delivery of service for the Doctor Recruitment Program moved from PED to the Primary Health Care Services of Peterborough.

    The $17,496 budget represents an increase of 2% over the 2015 annualized amount.

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  • 2016 Operating Budget

    CITY OF PETERBOROUGH

    2015 Budget $2015 Budget %Over (Under)Over (Under)

    Variances 2015 - 2016 Budget

    Recommended 2016

    ActualPreliminary

    2015 2015 ApprovedDescription

    Primary Health Care Services Peterborough

    ExpendituresOther Transfers 8,748 8,748 17,496 8,748 100.0%

    8,748 8,748 17,496 100.0% 8,748

    8,748 17,496 8,748 8,748 100.0%NET REQUIREMENT

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  • - 162 -

  • 2016 Draft Budget User Fees and Charges

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  • - 164 -

  • 2016 User Fees and Charges Table of Contents

    Chief Administrative Office Fire Prevention ....................................................... 167

    Corporate Services Financial Services ................................................. 168 Clerks Office .......................................................... 169

    Legal Services Legal Services ........................................................ 170 POA Office ............................................................. 171

    Utility Services Engineering ............................................................ 172 Public Works .......................................................... 173 Transportation - Parking ................................................................. 174 - Transit .................................................................. 175 Waste Water Treatment Plant ................................ 176 Waste Management ............................................... 178

    Community Services Recreation - Instructional Sports .............................................. 179 - Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre ............ 180 - Millennium Park.................................................... 184 - Queen Alexandra Community Centre .................. 185 - Outdoor Sport Field Permitting ............................. 186 - Peterborough Marina ........................................... 187

    Community Services (continued) Heritage Preservation Office .................................. 188 Museum and Archives ............................................ 189 Library .................................................................... 191 Art Gallery of Peterborough .................................... 194 Arenas - Evinrude Centre ................................................... 195 - Kinsmen Centre ................................................... 196 - Northcrest Community Centre .............................. 197 - Memorial Centre and Morrow Park ...................... 198 Social Services - Directly Operated Programs ................................. 200

    Planning and Development Services Application Amendment Fees ................................ 201 ORCA Fees ............................................................ 203 Geomatics/Mapping ............................................... 204 Building Inspection ................................................. 205 By-law Enforcement ............................................... 207 Airport Operating Revenue..................................... 208

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department CAODivision Fire PreventionActivity Fees for Service

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-611-5328 Room Rental (Classroom Station 1) Cost recovery for Services 1/2 Day $65 Y $325 $65 $325 101-611-5328 Room Rental (Classroom Station 1) Cost recovery for Services Full Day $130 Y $520 $130 $0 101-611-5328 Room Rental (Classroom Station 3) Cost recovery for Services 1/2 Day $75 Y $225 $75 $225 101-611-5328 Room Rental (Classroom Station 3) Cost recovery for Services Full Day $150 Y $450 $150 $450

    $1,520 $1,000

    101-611-5381 SCBA Services Cost recovery for Services each $8 Y $7,400 $8 $7,400$7,400 $7,400

    101-611-5383 Training Fees - Red Cross & various Cost recovery for Services various Y $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000

    101-611-5380 Fire File Search Cost recovery for Services each $35 Y $0 $35 $315101-611-5380 General Inspections & 9.8 OFC Cost recovery for Services each $84 Y $2,184 $84 $3,360101-611-5380 9.5 OFC Inspections Cost recovery for Services each $169 Y $1,690 $169 $1,690101-611-5380 9.6 OFC Inspections Cost recovery for Services each $250 Y $0 $250 $1,000101-611-5380 Day Care, Foster Parent & Group Home Cost recovery for Services each $84 Y $1,680 $84 $2,520101-611-5380 LLBO Licenses Inspections Cost recovery for Services each $115 Y $1,610 $115 $3,105

    $7,164 $11,990

    Total $17,084 $21,390

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Corporate ServicesDivision Financial ServicesActivity Property Taxes and Other

    Unit Current 2015 Total Date of Rate Proposed 2016 TotalBasis Rate Budgeted Change for Rate as Budgeted

    G/L Account (Time/ Presently HST Rev from 2016 per 2016 Rev from Number User Fee Name and Description particpant etc.) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget fee

    C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C101011315348 Tax certificate To recover cost of producing certificate per certificate $50.00 N $60,000.00 01-Jan-16 $60.00 $72,000.00

    1011315353 Apportionment Fee To partially recover staff time per roll $50.00 N $15,000.00 $50.00 $15,000.00

    1011315355 Ownership Change Fee To partially recover staff time per roll/change event $25.00 N $43,000.00 $25.00 $43,000.00

    1011315352 Admin Fee - add O/S Charges to Taxes To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $25.00 N $3,850.00 $25.00 $3,850.00

    1011315354 Revenue Canada Letters To partially recover staff preparation time per letter $20.00 N $800.00 $20.00 $800.00

    1011315354 Mortgage Company Inquiries To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $20.00 N $800.00 $20.00 $800.00

    1011315354 Tax receipts/Statement of Account To partially recover staff preparation time per receipt/ statement $20.00 N $5,200.00 $20.00 $5,200.00

    1011315354 Local Imp. Buyout Letters To partially recover staff preparation time per letter $25.00 N $100.00 $25.00 $100.00

    1011315354 Photocopies To recover cost per photocopy $0.50 N $50.00 $0.50 $50.00

    1011315354 Faxing Tax Receipt/Statement of Account to Local Phone Number

    To recover cost per fax $1.00 N $50.00 $1.00 $50.00

    1011315354 Scan /email documents (ie: statements of account, tax certificates, etc.)

    To recover cost per scan/email N

    1011315354 Faxing Tax Receipt/Statement of Account to Long Distance Phone Number

    To recover cost per fax $5.00 N $800.00 $5.00 $800.00

    1011315354 Tax Bill Reprints To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $20.00 N $1,200.00 $20.00 $1,200.00

    1011415020 Waste Management fee On Properties Exempt from regular taxation

    To partially recover cost of waste management

    CVA x Waste Management Rates for current year

    2015 Waste Management rates

    N $125,000.00 2016 Waste Management rates

    $125,000.00

    Various Returned Payments Charges To recover administration costs Per NSF cheque $35.00 N $35.00Various Interest on Overdue Accounts To recover lost interest revenue Per Month Overdue 1.25% N 1.25%

    1011315352 Admin Fee on Civil Enforcement of Orders or Judgements

    To partially recover staff preparation time per order $25.00 N $150.00 $25.00 $150.00

    Fees for Tax Sale1011315350 Farm Debt Letter & Bankruptcy Act Notice To partially recover staff preparation time per letter $25.00 N $500.00 01-Jan-16 $35.00 $700.001011315350 Registration Preparation To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $100.00 N $2,000.00 01-Jan-16 $125.00 $2,500.00

    1011315350 Cancellation Price Calculation To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $150.00 N $2,400.00 01-Jan-16 $175.00 $2,800.00

    1011315350 Cancellation Certificate Preparation To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $75.00 N $1,500.00 01-Jan-16 $100.00 $2,000.00

    1011315350 Extension Agreement To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $150.00 N 01-Jan-16 $250.00

    1011315350 Default of Extension Agreement To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $25.00 N $25.00 01-Jan-16 $50.00 $50.00

    1011315350 Sale Administration Cost - Public Tender To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $500.00 N 01-Jan-16 $600.001011315350 Sale Administration Cost - Public Auction To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $600.00 N 01-Jan-16 $700.001011315350 Advertising: Drafting Ads To recover all of the cost per ad $200.00 N $800.00 01-Jan-16 $250.00 $1,000.00

    1011315350 Advertising: 4 weeks in local paper To recover all of the cost per ad actual cost N actual cost

    1011315350 Advertising: 1 time in Ontario Gazette To recover all of the cost per ad actual cost N actual cost

    1011315350 Auctioneer's Fee To recover all of the cost per fee actual cost N actual cost

    1011315350 Property Appraisal To recover all of the cost per appraisal actual cost N actual cost

    1011315350 Treasurer's Statement To partially recover staff preparation time per roll $225.00 N $675.00 01-Jan-16 $275.00 $825.00

    Total $263,900.00 $277,875.00

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, recover all or part of cost to

    deliver service, recovery of admin charges, etc.)

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Corporate ServcieDivision ClerksActivity Administration

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    1011615604 Marriage Licenses To recover licence costs and partially recover administration costs

    per licence $125.00 N $62,500.00 01-Jan-16 $135.00 $67,500.00

    1011615606 Lottery Licenses To recover administration costs per licence 3% of prize N $70,000.00 3% of prize $100,000.001011615608 Miscellaneous Affidavits To partially recover administration costs per affidavit $25.00 N $16,250.00 $25.00 $16,875.00

    1011615608 MFIPPA - Freedom of Information To partially recover administration costs - legislated per request $5.00 N $500.00 $5.00 $500.00

    1011615477 Road Closure Application Fee Staff time can be significant to process requests, the increase is to partialy recover increasing administration costs.

    per request $150.00 N $4,500.00 $150.00 $4,500.00

    1011615610 Vital Statistics, Death Registrations Increase recommended to better reflect staff time involved and to partially recover administration costs

    per registration

    $25.00 N $28,000.00 $25.00 $28,750.00

    1011615614 Group Home Registrations To partially recover administration costs per registration

    $40.00 N $1,280.00 $40.00 $1,240.00

    1011615461 Marriage Ceremonies Increase recommended to better reflect staff time invloved and to partially recover administration costs, services fees and room rental costs.

    per ceremony $300.00 N $12,000.0001-Jan-16

    $325.00 $14,625.00

    1011615602 Business Licenses Adult Entertainment To partially cover administration costs per licence $1,500.00 N $1,500.00Auctioneer To partially cover administration costs per licence $80.00 N $80.00Auto Centre To partially cover administration costs $100.00 $100.00Bakeshop To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Barber Shop/Hairdressing To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Body Modification To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Butcher Shop To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Dry Cleaner/Laundromat To partially cover administration costs per licence $100.00 N $100.00Lodging House To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Mobile Canteen To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Pet Grooming Parlour To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Plumber/Drain Layer To partially cover administration costs per licence $100.00 N $100.00Restaurant or Caterer To partially cover administration costs per licence $190.00 N $190.00Salvage Yard To partially cover administration costs per licence $400.00 N $400.00Sheet Metal Worker To partially cover administration costs per licence $100.00 N $100.00Temporary Trader To partially cover administration costs per lic/daily $100.00 N $100.00Temporary Trader To partially cover administration costs per lic/annual $800.00 N $87,000.00 $800.00 $90,000.00

    1011615477 Filming Permit Application Fee Staff time can be significant to process requests, the increase is to partially recover administration costs.

    per request $525.00 N $525.00

    Public Works barricade/sign placement and removal per hour/if required

    $60.00 N $60.00

    Police Resources - Onsite Officer per hour/if required

    $63.00 N $65.00

    Police Resources - Onsite Supervisor per hour/if required

    $68.00 N $70.00

    Police Resources - Vehicle per vehicle/if required

    $110.00 N $110.00

    Parking-in-lieu per occupied space/if required

    $10.00 N $10.00

    Total $282,030.00 $323,990.00- 169 -

  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Legal ServicesDivision Office of the City SolicitorActivity

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Real Estate 1011815344 Property based agreements To recover associated costs per document 200 + Disbur N $2,700.00 200 + Disbur $3,000.001011815344 Releases, discharges, etc. To recover associated costs per document 150 + Disbur N $1,000.00 150 + Disbur $1,000.001011815344 Encroachment Agreements To recover associated costs per document 300.+ Disbur N $300.00 300.+ Disbur $600.00

    ICON By-law Fine Revenue1011815344 City By-laws (excluding Parking) Fine revenue per charge N $10,000.00 per charge $10,000.00

    Fees for Tax sale1011815344 Preliminary Searches & Preparation for Tax Sale To recover associated costs per roll $500. + Disbur N $5,000.00 01-Jan-16 $525. + Disbur $5,775.001011815344 Tax Certificate Preparation & Registration To recover associated costs per roll $100. + Disbur N $1,000.00 01-Jan-16 $125. + Disbur $1,375.001011815344 Notification to Parties To recover associated costs per roll $225. + Disbur N $1,500.00 01-Jan-16 $250. + Disbur $2,500.001011815344 Statutory Declaration Preparation To recover associated costs per roll $150. + Disbur N $1,000.00 01-Jan-16 $175. + Disbur $1,750.001011815344 Cancellation Certificate Registration To recover associated costs per roll $100. + Disbur N $1,500.00 01-Jan-16 $200. + Disbur $1,800.001011815344 Final Notification To recover associated costs per roll $225. + Disbur N $4,000.00 01-Jan-16 $250. + Disbur $1,500.001011815344 Extension Agreement To recover associated costs per roll $200. + Disbur N 01-Jan-16 $250. + Disbur $250.001011815344 Default ot Extension Agreement To recover associated costs per roll N/A N 01-Jan-16 $75. + Disbur $75.001011815344 Preparation and Registration of Tax Deed To recover associated costs per roll $250. + Disbur N $1,000.00 01-Jan-16 $275. + Disbur $425.001011815344 Legal Costs for Payment into Court To recover associated costs per roll $250. + Disbur N $1,000.00 01-Jan-16 $275. + Disbur $275.00

    Total $30,000.00 $30,325.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Legal ServicesDivision Provincial Offences OfficeActivity Provincial Offences Office

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-183-5625 Conviction fee Government Legislated fee per ticket $5.00 N $5.00

    101-183-5625 Conviction fee at trial sentenced in absentia Government Legislated fee per ticket $10.00 N $10.00

    101-183-5625 NSF charges Government Legislated fee per NSF cheque $35.00 N $35.00101-183-5625 Photocopy fees Government Legislated fee per page $1.00 N $1.00101-183-5625 Certified copies Government Legislated fee per page $3.50 N $3.50101-183-5625 Administration default fee non-payment Government Legislated fee per ticket $20.00 N $20.00101-183-5625 Conviction fee for Parking Government Legislated fee per ticket $5.00 N $5.00101-183-5625 Non-appearance for trial held exparte Government Legislated fee per ticket $30.00 N $30.00

    101-183-6683 Transcription fees Government Legislated fee per page $4.30 N $4.30Transcription fees - Expedited Government Legislated fee per page $6.00 N $6.00Transcription fees - 24 hr delivery Government Legislated fee per page $8.00 N $8.00Digital Transcription fees Government Legislated fee per transcript $20.00 N $20.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision Engineering and ConstructionActivity Engineering

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-351-5608 Wide and Heavy Load Permit To recover cost of reviewing request and route and the issuance of the permit.

    per permit $150.00 N $3,300.00 $150.00

    101-431-5595 Wide and Heavy Load Permit Use of municipal property per permit $1.00 N $22.00 $1.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision Public WorksActivity Various

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101 314 5344 * Sewer Rodding Private Connection To recover costs Time & Materials

    74% Y $2,000.00 74% $2,000.00

    101 340 5344 ** Recoveries with HST To recover costs Time & Materials

    74% Y $61,393.00 74% $61,393.00

    101 346 5344 ***External Vehicles Recovery To Recover Costs Time & Materials

    67% Y $0.00 67% $0.00

    101 339 5344 ** Recovery no HST To recover costs Time & Materials

    74% N $715,236.00 74% $715,236.00

    * Labour plus overhead at 74% ( labour varies) plus equipment hourly cost ( equipment used varies)** Labour plus overhead at 74% ( labour varies) plus equipment hourly cost ( equipment varies) plus materials at cost).*** Labour plus overhead at 67% ( labour varies) plus materials at cost.

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision TransportationActivity Parking

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-363-5314 Parking Services : Simcoe Street Parking Garage

    To partially recover operating and maintenance costs for facility

    unit of time $1.25/60 min. Y $260,000.00 $1.25/60 min.

    $330,000.00

    $8.75 max Y $8.75 max Variable Y Variable

    101-366-5314 Parking Services : King Street Parkade

    To partially recover operating and maintenance costs for facility

    unit of time $1.25/60 min. Y $430,000.00 $1.25/60 min.

    $600,000.00

    $8.75 max Y $8.75 max Variable Y Variable

    101-364-5312 Parking lot fees : Reid, Downie, Rehill, Del Crary

    To partially recover operating and maintenance costs of lots

    unit of time $1.00/hour Y $37,500.00 $1.00/hour $32,000.00

    Rehill/DC Y Rehill/DC Variable Y Variable

    101-365-5312 On-street parking fees: non-CBD sites

    To partially recover operating costs and ensure customer turnover

    unit of time $1.00/hour Y $60,000.00 $1.00/hour $60,000.00

    101-364-5314 Parking lot fees : various downtown lots

    To partially recover operating and maintenance costs of lots

    unit of time L $1.00/hour Y $160,000.00 L $1.00/hour

    $165,000.00

    $7.00day max Y $7.00/day B $1.00/hour Y B

    $7.00/day max Y $7.00/day C $1.00/hour Y C

    $7.00/day max Y $7.00/day Variable Y Variable

    101-365-5314 On-street parking fees: downtown sites

    To partially recover operating costs and ensure customer turnover

    unit of time $1.00/hour Y $460,000.00 $1.00/hour $450,000.00

    101-362-5326 Fines for parking by-law infractions To recover operating costs for parking system set through Province per infraction

    $25.00 to $300.00

    N $575,000.00 $25.00 to $300.00

    $625,000.00

    101-363-5242 Rents at Simcoe Street Parking Garage

    Rental Agreements for Variety Store at the Simcoe Street Parking Garage

    $25,700.00 $25,700.00

    $2,008,200.00 $2,287,700.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision TransportationActivity Public Transit

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee if applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-383-5290 Public Transit Fares/Conventional To partially recover operating and maintenance costs per ride $2.50 cash N$4,570,000.00 $2.50 cash $4,632,700.00

    101-383-7972 30 day passA $60 N A $60S $55 N S $55

    S/C $40 N S/C $40 annual S $220 N S $220

    1/2 year S $140 N S $140 semester SSFC

    N SSFC

    Sept/April Trent $168 N Trent $168 day family $8 N family $8

    10 ride pass $22 N $22Bulk Discount Variable N Variable

    101-385-5290 Handi-Van transit Fares To partially recover operating and maintenance costs per ride $2.50 cash N $90,000.00 $2.50 cash $123,665.0030 day pass above N above

    101-387-5292 Charter Rental Fee To cover cost to supply charter bus service inside City per hour $75 Y $13,000.00 $75 $13,000.00101-383-5595 ATM Royalty and GO Sales Recovery Revenue share ATM usage, GO pass sales per unit agreement N $33,800.00 $25,000.00

    101-384-5286 Bus Shelter Advertising Recovery of revenue shelter advertising per unit agreement N $12,500.00 $12,500.00

    101-383-5286 On-Bus transit Advertising Recovery of revenue from on-bus advertising per unit agreement N $57,600.00 $57,000.00$4,776,900.00 $4,863,865.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision Environmental ProtectionActivity WWTP

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    1014215340 Disposal fees at WWTP To partially recover operating costs of WWTP per M3 $22.00 Y $35,000.00 $22.00 $35,000.00

    1014255340 Extra strength surcharge agreement To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP per kg of excess load $0.80 Y $435,500.00 $0.80 $435,500.001014255340 PUSI water mains cleaning To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP yearly fee $3,000.00 N $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.001014255340 Other revenues (comp.programs,permits,courses) To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP fees as required $5,000.00 Y $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.001014255340 Landfill sampling/monitoring/analysis To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP yearly fee $175,000.00 ** $175,000.00 $175,000.00 $175,000.001014255340 Snow Dump Sampling/Analysis To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP yearly fee $10,000.00 ** $6,000.00 $10,000.00 $6,000.00

    $624,500.00 $624,500.00

    1014255350 Drinking Water Analysis Service To fully recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro Lab, WWTP per sample $72,000.00 $72,000.00

    1014255360 General Laboratory services To partially recover operating cost of Enviro. Lab fees as required See attached list Y $40,000.00 $40,000.00

    1014255682 Bensfort Road landfill leachate treatment** To partially recover operating costs of EMP, Enviro. Lab. WWTP per M3 $3.00/m3 N $250,000.00 $3.00/m3 $250,000.00

    $1,021,500.00 $1,021,500.00

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  • Parameter List PricingOil and Grease (T) $50BOD5 $35CBOD5 $35DOC $35Ammonia $25Chlorine, Total Residual $20TSS $25TDS $25Total Solids and Volatile Solids $20Alkalinity $20COD $30Phosphate-P $20Phosphorus (total) $40Conductivity $15Mercury - Solids $40Mercury - Waters $35TKN, Waters $40TKN, Biosolids $45ICP Metals-Waters $65ICP Metals-Biosolids/NMA $75HPC $15E.coli/Total Coliform $25E.coli , NMA (includes TS) $45Turbidity $15Single Anion $30Anions Scan $50Single Cation $30

    $50pH $10Phenol (T) $40Microscopic Analysis $100/hr

    Cations Scan

    City of Peterborough Environmental Protection Laboratories

    Analytical Price List 2016

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Utility ServicesDivision Waste ManagementActivity

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie.Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    1014035310 Landfill Tipping Fee -Garbage includes shingles, construction & demolition material, contaminated soil

    To partially recover operating costs of landfill site per tonne Garbage loads 100 kg or less are $5 flat fee

    N Garbage loads 100 kg or less are $5 flat fee

    per tonne Garbage loads 101 kg or more are $90/tonne.

    N Garbage loads 101 kg or more are $90/tonne.

    1014035310 Landfill Tipping Fee - Recyclables include green waste, scrap metal, and blue box materials

    To partially recover operating costs of landfill site per tonne Mixed recyclables loads 100 kg or less are free

    N Mixed recyclables loads 100 kg or less are free

    per tonne Mixed reyclable loads of 101 kg or more are $45/tonne.

    N Mixed reyclable loads of 101 kg or more are $45/tonne.

    1014035310 Drywall Tipping Fee To partially recover costs to ship and recycle offsite per tonne Drywall loads 101 kg or more are $45/tonne

    N 01-Jan-16 Drywall loads 101 kg or more are $90/tonne

    $27,000

    1014035310 Mattress and Boxspring Recycling Fee To partially recover cost of Mattress and Boxspring recycling program initiated by Council in 2014

    per unit $10.00 N $10.00

    1014035310 Landfill Tipping Fee - Contaminated Soils Approved for Fill

    To partially recover operating costs of landfill site per tonne Contaminated soil approved for fill is $20/tonne.

    N 01-Jan-16 $40.00/tonne $430,000

    1014035310 Landfill Tipping Fee - Asbestos To partially recover operating costs of landfill site per tonne Asbestos is $200/tonne.

    N Asbestos is $200/tonne.

    1014035310 Landfill Tipping Fee - Freon-based appliances To partially recover operating costs of landfill site per unit Freon-based appliances are $15/unit

    N Freon-based appliances are $15/unit

    1014055340 Compost and Wood Chips sold back to community

    To partially recover operating costs of green waste processing per cubic yard (picked up) or flat fee (delivery)

    $17/yd to pick-up at Harper Road; $12/yd for large volume buyers; $120/$155/$230 for 3.5/7.0/12 cubic yards delivered in the City only

    Y $35,000 $17/yd to pick-up at Harper Road; $12/yd for large volume buyers; $120/$155/$230 for 3.5/7.0/12 cubic yards delivered in the City only

    1014115340 Large Article Collection To partially recover operating costs of large article collection per unit $15 for 1st item; $5 each additional item

    N $4,000 $15 for 1st item; $5 each additional item

    1014115340 Large Article Collection - Mattresses/Box Springs

    To cover the cost to collect and pay $10 each to the landfill account for recycling costs

    per unit $15 per unit N $2,250 $15 per unit

    1014165337 Blue boxes sold back to community To partially recover the cost of blue boxes per unit $4.42 Y $7,500 $4.42

    1014165337 270 L Caddies sold back to the community To recover the cost of recycling caddies supplied to apartments and businesses

    per unit $66.37 Y $6,500 $66.37

    101 4055322 Backyard composters sold back to community To partially recover the cost of backyard composters per unit $30.00 Y $4,500 $30.00

    1014095340 Commercial Fluorescent tubes To recover the cost of commercially-generated fluorescent tubes at the HHW Depot, which are not covered by provincial funders

    per unit $1 per tube over and above 12 per visit.

    N $2,500 $1 per tube over and above 12 per visit.

    $2,565,400

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision RecreationActivity Instructional Sports

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee (if applicable) Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-689-5371 Basketball Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $131.00 N $14,410.00 01-Jan-16 $133.00 $14,630.00

    101-689-5371 Football Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $101.00 N $8,080.00 01-Jan-16 $103.00 $8,240.00

    101-689-5371 Soccer Camp - 1/2 Day Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $91.00 N $7,280.00 01-Jan-16 $93.00 $7,440.00

    101-689-5371 Soccer Camp Full Day Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $131.00 N $26,200.00 01-Jan-16 $133.00 $26,600.00

    101-689-5371 Soccer Camp - Rep & Goal Keeping Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $162.00 N $9,720.00 01-Jan-16 $165.00 $9,900.00

    101-689-5371 Ultimate Sports Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $122.00 N $5,490.00 01-Jan-16 $125.00 $5,625.00

    101-689-5371 Ultimate Sports Camp - No Limits Recover cost of operating activity 2 weeks $156.00 N $7,020.00 01-Jan-16 $159.00 $14,310.00

    101-689-5371 Intro To Fencing Recover cost of operating activity 4 lessons $109.00 N $981.00 01-Jan-16 $49.00 $882.00

    101-689-5371 Junior Tennis Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $99.00 N $7,128.00 01-Jan-16 $101.00 $7,272.00

    101-689-5371 Tennis Lessons 1/2 hr (Le Petit Tennis) Recover cost of operating activity 6 lessons $52.00 N $1,456.00 01-Jan-16 $43.00 $1,204.00

    101-689-5371 Tennis Lessons 1 hr (Junior Tennis Instruction) Recover cost of operating activity 8 lessons $99.00 N $6,435.00 01-Jan-16 $101.00 $6,565.00

    101-689-5371 Tennis Lessons (Mini Tennis Prog) Recover cost of operating activity 4 lessons $52.00 N $3,380.00 01-Jan-16 $53.00 $3,445.00

    101-689-5371 Youth Tennis League (New in 2016) Recover cost of operating activity 8 weeks N/A N N/A 01-Jan-16 $40.00 $1,280.00101-689-5371 Rock and Rope Climbing Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $265.00 N $15,105.00 01-Jan-16 $208.00 $11,856.00

    101-689-5371 Youth Climbing Program (New in 2016) Recover cost of operating activity 8 weeks N/A N N/A 01-Jan-16 $200.00 $2,400.00101-689-5371 Hockey School Recover cost of operating activity 8 classes $109.00 N $42,510.00 01-Jan-16 $111.00 $43,290.00

    101-689-5371 Youth Skating School Recover cost of operating activity 9 lessons $98.00 N $38,220.00 01-Jan-16 $100.00 $39,000.00

    101-689-5371 Parent & Tot Skating School Recover cost of operating activity 10 lessons $102.00 N $8,160.00 01-Jan-16 $104.00 $8,320.00

    101-689-5371 Youth Power Skating Recover cost of operating activity 10 classes $165.00 N $11,880.00 01-Jan-16 $168.00 $12,096.00

    101-689-5371 Fencing & Archery Camp Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $208.00 N $13,520.00 01-Jan-16 $212.00 $13,780.00

    101-689-5371 Fencing Camp (Level 2) Recover cost of operating activity 1 week $230.00 N $3,220.00 01-Jan-16 $234.00 $3,276.00

    101-689-5371 Youth Ball Hockey Recover cost of operating activity 8 games $73.00 N $7,592.00 01-Jan-16 $75.00 $7,800.00

    101-689-5371 Adult Recreational Hockey Recover cost of operating activity 24 games $312.00 Y $21,840.00 01-Jan-16 $318.00 $22,260.00

    101-689-5371 Adult Recreational Hockey - goalies Recover cost of operating activity 24 games $158.00 Y $948.00 01-Jan-16 $161.00 $966.00

    101-662-5284 Ice Rentals Cost of financing YOUTH ice time 144 Hours $182.00 N ($25,920.00) 01-Jan-16 $186.00 -$26,450.00

    Ice Rentals Cost of financing ADULT ice time 72 Hours $211.00 N ($15,192.00) 01-Jan-16 $215.25 -$15,500.00

    Total $219,463.00 $230,487.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Recreation DivisionActivity Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre

    Rationale for Fee Unit Current 2015 Proposed 2016 Total recover all / partial cost Basis Rate Total Date of Rate Rate as Budgeted

    G/L Account recovery of admin (Time / presently HST Budgeted Change for per 2016 Rev from Number User Fee Name and Description charges participant) in affect Y or N Rev from Fee 2016 Budget Fee

    C1 C2 C3 C4 C9 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10101-696-5277 Adult (18-54) - Year 12 Month Term $550.00 Yes $550.00101-696-5277 Adult (18-54) - 4 Month 4 Month Term $247.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $229.15101-696-5277 Adult (18-54) - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $45.83 Yes $45.83101-696-5277 Adult Couple (18-54) - Year 12 Month Term $950.00 Yes $950.00101-696-5277 Adult Couple (18-54) - 4 Month 4 Month Term $427.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $395.80101-696-5277 Adult Couple (18-54) - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $79.16 Yes $79.16101-696-5277 Senior (55+) - Year 12 Month Term $500.00 Yes $500.00101-696-5277 Senior (55+) - 4 Month 4 Month Term $225.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $208.30101-696-5277 Senior (55+) - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $41.66 Yes $41.66101-696-5277 Senior Couple (55+) - Year 12 Month Term $850.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $900.00101-696-5277 Senior Couple (55+) - 4 Month 4 Month Term $382.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $375.00101-696-5277 Senior Couple (55+) - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $70.83 Yes 01-Jan-16 $75.00101-696-5277 One Adult Family - Year 12 Month Term $850.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $900.00101-696-5277 One Adult Family - 4 Month 4 Month Term $382.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $375.00101-696-5277 One Adult Family - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $70.83 Yes 01-Jan-16 $75.00101-696-5277 Family - Year 12 Month Term $995.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $999.00101-696-5277 Family - 4 Month 4 Month Term $447.75 Yes 01-Jan-16 $416.25101-696-5277 Family - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $82.92 Yes 01-Jan-16 $83.25101-696-5277 Child/Youth (0-15yrs) - Year (14 & under no HST) 12 Month Term $300.00 No $300.00101-696-5277 Child/Youth (0-15yrs) - 4 Month (14 & under no HST) 4 Month Term $135.00 No 01-Jan-16 $124.80101-696-5277 Child/Youth (0-15yrs) - PAP Monthly (14 & under no HST) Monthly PAP $25.00 No $25.00101-696-5277 Student (16+) - Year 12 Month Term $375.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $330.00101-696-5277 Student (16+) - 4 Month 4 Month Term $168.75 Yes 01-Jan-16 $137.50101-696-5277 Student (16+) - PAP Monthly Monthly PAP $31.25 Yes 01-Jan-16 $27.50101-696-5277 1 Month Membership (30 Consecutive Days) 1 Month $75.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $69.50101-696-5277 Free Youth Membership Program 5:30am-4:00pm (Ages 13-15) July & August $0.00 No 01-Jan-16 $0.00101-696-5277 Membership Hold Admin Fee (14 & under no HST) 1 Time Fee $10.00 Yes $10.00101-696-5277 Membership Revenue Recovery $1,175,000.00 $1,200,000.00101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 30 Minute-Member 10 Week Session $55.00 No 01-Jan-16 $57.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 30 Minute-Non Member 10 Week Session $68.75 No 01-Jan-16 $71.25101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 45 Minute-Member 10 Week Session $60.00 No 01-Jan-16 $62.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 45 Minute-Non Member 10 Week Session $75.00 No 01-Jan-16 $77.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 60 Minute-Member 10 Week Session $65.00 No 01-Jan-16 $67.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 60 Minute-Non Member 10 Week Session $81.25 No 01-Jan-16 $83.75101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 30 Minute-Member 8 Week Session $45.00 No 01-Jan-16 $47.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 30 Minute-Non Member 8 Week Session $56.25 No 01-Jan-16 $58.75101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 45 Minute-Member 8 Week Session $50.00 No 01-Jan-16 $52.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 45 Minute-Non Member 8 Week Session $62.50 No 01-Jan-16 $65.00101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 60 Minute-Member 8 Week Session $55.00 No 01-Jan-16 $57.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons - 60 Minute-Non Member 8 Week Session $68.75 No 01-Jan-16 $71.25

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Recreation DivisionActivity Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre

    Rationale for Fee Unit Current 2015 Proposed 2016 Total recover all / partial cost Basis Rate Total Date of Rate Rate as Budgeted

    G/L Account recovery of admin (Time / presently HST Budgeted Change for per 2016 Rev from Number User Fee Name and Description charges participant) in affect Y or N Rev from Fee 2016 Budget Fee

    C1 C2 C3 C4 C9 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10101-696-5452 Private Swim Lessons - 30 Minute -Member 10 Week Session $139.50 No 01-Jan-16 $149.50101-696-5452 Private Swim Lessons - 30 Minute -Non Member 10 Week Session $174.37 No 01-Jan-16 $189.50101-696-5452 Semi-Private Lessons - 30 Minute -Member 10 Week Session $82.50 No 01-Jan-16 $92.50101-696-5452 Semi-Private Lessons - 30 Minute -Non Member 10 Week Session $103.12 No 01-Jan-16 $109.50101-696-5452 Bronze Medallion & First Aid (20hr Course) -Non Member 10 Week Session $129.50 No 01-Jan-16 $139.50101-696-5452 Bronze Cross (20hr Course) - Non-Member 10 Week Session $129.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $139.50101-696-5452 Instructor / NLS Recerts - Non-Member 1 Class $75.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $79.50101-696-5452 Bronze Med / Cross Manuals - Non-Member 1 Set $55.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $50.00101-696-5452 Bronze Med Exam Fee 1 Exam $55.00 No 01-Jan-16 $50.00101-696-5452 Bronze Cross Exam Fee 1 Exam $55.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $50.00101-696-5452 High Five AWSI 1 Set $55.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $50.00101-696-5452 WSI Package (2 WSI Workbook, On-line access,

    2 Books $0.00 No 01-Jan-16 $150.00

    101-696-5452 Water Safety Instructor Training (41Hrs + 8-10hrs 10 Week Session $225.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $249.50101-696-5452 First Aid, CPR & AED Course 16 Hours $59.50 yes 01-Jan-16 $79.50101-696-5452 Swim Lessons Revenue Recovery $245,000.00 $229,500.00101-696-5450 Family 1 Visit $10.00 Yes $10.00101-696-5450 Individual 1 Visit $5.00 Yes $5.00101-696-5450 Recreational Swim Revenue Recovery $124,000.00 $129,500.00101-696-5453 Pool Rental - Leisure Pool + 1 Guards 1 Hour $100.00 Yes $100.00101-696-5453 Pool Rental - Therapy Pool + 1 Guard 1 Hour $75.00 Yes $75.00101-696-5453 Rental - Indoor Water Slide + 2 Guards 1 Hour $50.00 Yes $50.00101-696-5453 Additional Guard 1 Hour $25.00 Yes $25.00101-696-5453 Aquatic Rentals Recovery $1,000.00 $1,000.00101-696-5451 30 min Aqua Fitness (NM) Per Class $5.00 Yes $5.00101-696-5451 45 min Aqua Fitness Class (NM) Per Class $6.25 Yes 01-Jan-16 $6.00101-696-5451 60 min Osteo Land & Water (NM) Per Class $6.95 Yes 01-Jan-16 $7.00101-696-5451 Registered Aquafit Revenue Recovery $32,500.00 $25,900.00101-696-5457 45 min Land Fitness Program (Non-Member) Per Class $5.50 Yes $5.50101-696-5457 1 Hour Land Fitness Program - (NM) Per Class $6.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $6.50101-696-5457 1 Hour Land Fitness Program (M) Per Class $4.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $5.00101-696-5457 1 Hour Pilates or Yoga Class (NM) Per Class $7.75 Yes 01-Jan-16 $8.00101-696-5457 1 Hour Martial Arts Class (NM) Per Class $15.55 Yes 01-Jan-16 $12.50101-696-5457 1 Hour Martial Arts Class (M) Per Class $11.70 Yes 01-Jan-16 $10.00101-696-5457 Walking Track Program Per Week $4.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $5.00101-696-5457 Registered Fitness Revenue Recovery $49,500.00 $32,637.00101-696-5459 New Member 3 hour Personal Training Special 3 hours $105.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $107.50101-696-5459 Junior Get Started Package (13-14) 1 hours $29.50 $29.50101-696-5459 Personal Training 1 hours $55.00 No $55.00101-696-5459 Personal Training 30 min $34.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $35.00101-696-5459 10/30 min Personal Training Package 5 hours $289.50 Yes 01-Jan-16 $299.50101-696-5459 Personal Best (20 1/2 Hr sessions) OR (10 1hr sessions) 10 hours $495.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $499.50

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Recreation DivisionActivity Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre

    Rationale for Fee Unit Current 2015 Proposed 2016 Total recover all / partial cost Basis Rate Total Date of Rate Rate as Budgeted

    G/L Account recovery of admin (Time / presently HST Budgeted Change for per 2016 Rev from Number User Fee Name and Description charges participant) in affect Y or N Rev from Fee 2016 Budget Fee

    C1 C2 C3 C4 C9 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10101-696-5459 Personal Training Revenue Recovery $79,500.00 $99,500.00101-696-5458 Wellness Centre Daily Drop in Day Pass Day Pass $10.00 Yes $10.00101-696-5458 Wellness Centre Drop in Revenue Recovery $29,500.00 $31,500.00101-696-5455 30 Minute Program Non Member Per Class $4.75 No 01-Jan-16 $5.00101-696-5455 30 Minute Dance Program Member Per Class $2.40 No 01-Jan-16 $2.50101-696-5455 45 Minute Programs Non Member Per Class $5.25 No 01-Jan-16 $5.50101-696-5455 45 Minute Dance Program Member Per Class $2.65 No 01-Jan-16 $2.75101-696-5455 60 Minute Programs Non Member Per Class $5.75 No 01-Jan-16 $6.00101-696-5455 60 Minute Dance Program Member Per Class $2.85 No 01-Jan-16 $3.00101-696-5455 Birthday Party Package - Non-Member 1 Event $139.50 No 01-Jan-16 $149.50101-696-5455 Birthday Party Package - Member 1 Event $104.63 No 01-Jan-16 $109.50101-696-5455 Pre-School Birthday party Package - Non-Member (2 1 Event $55.95 No 01-Jan-16 $59.95101-696-5455 Pre-School Birthday party Package - Member (2 Hour) 1 Event $41.97 No 01-Jan-16 $44.95101-696-5455 Extra Child Birthday Fee 1 Event $10.00 No $10.00101-696-5455 Children's Events - Non Member 1 Event $10.00 No $10.00101-696-5455 High Five PHCD Workshop - Non Staff 1 Event $90.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $95.00101-696-5455 Child & Youth Program Revenue Recovery $27,500.00 $24,500.00101-696-5454 PA Day Camp Non-Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Day $39.50 No $39.50101-696-5454 PA Day Camp Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Day $29.63 No 01-Jan-16 $29.50101-696-5454 March Break Camp Non-Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Week $169.50 No $169.50101-696-5454 March Break Camp Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Week $127.13 No 01-Jan-16 $129.50101-696-5454 Summer Camps Non-Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Week $159.50 No 01-Jan-16 $169.50101-696-5454 Summer Camps Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Week $119.63 No 01-Jan-16 $129.50101-696-5454 Summer Leader-in-Training Camp Members (8:00-5:30) 1 Week N/C No 01-Jan-16 N/C101-696-5454 Summer Leader-in-Training Camp Non-Members (8:00- 1 Week $250.00 No 01-Jan-16 $100.00101 696 5454 Total Day Camp Revenue Recovery $154,500.00 $129,181.00101-696-5378 Non Member (2 Hour Max) 2 hours $6.00 No 01-Jan-16 $7.00101-696-5378 Adult Member (2 Hour Max) 2 hours $4.50 No 01-Jan-16 $5.00101 696 5378 Child Minding Revenue Recovery $1,200.00 $1,250.00101-696-5456 Workshop 1 Event $10.00 Yes $10.00101-696-5456 Special Interest Courses 1 Event $19.95 Yes $19.95101-696-5456 Adult/Senior Program Revenue Recovery $1,500.00 $1,000.00101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room (1 Room) Hourly $29.50 Yes $29.50101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room (2 Rooms) Hourly $49.50 Yes $49.50101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room (3 Rooms) Hourly $69.50 Yes $69.50101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room Full Day (1 Room) Full Day $200.00 Yes $200.00101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room Full Day (2 Rooms) Full Day $325.00 Yes $325.00101-696-5328 Multi-Purpose Room Full Day (3 Rooms) Full Day $400.00 Yes $400.00101-696-5328 Youth Room Hourly $29.50 Yes $29.50101-696-5328 Aerobics' Studio Hourly $29.50 Yes $29.50101-696-5328 Room Rental Revenue Recovery $24,500.00 $21,500.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Recreation DivisionActivity Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre

    Rationale for Fee Unit Current 2015 Proposed 2016 Total recover all / partial cost Basis Rate Total Date of Rate Rate as Budgeted

    G/L Account recovery of admin (Time / presently HST Budgeted Change for per 2016 Rev from Number User Fee Name and Description charges participant) in affect Y or N Rev from Fee 2016 Budget Fee

    C1 C2 C3 C4 C9 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10101-696-5329 Single Gym Hourly $50.00 Yes $50.00 101-696-5329 Double Gym Hourly $75.00 Yes $75.00 101-696-5329 Triple Gym Hourly $100.00 Yes $100.00 101-696-5329 Single Gym (Half Day) - Up to 6 hours 1/2 day $250.00 Yes $250.00 101-696-5329 Double Gym - (Half Day) - Up to 6 hours 1/2 day $350.00 Yes $350.00 101-696-5329 Triple Gym - (Half Day) - Up to 6 hours 1/2 day $450.00 Yes $450.00 101-696-5329 Single Gym (Full Day) - More than 6 hrs, Less than 12 hrs Daily $450.00 Yes $450.00 101-696-5329 Double Gym (Full Day) - More than 6 hrs, Less than 12 hrs Daily $650.00 Yes $650.00 101-696-5329 Triple Gym (Full Day) - More than 6 hrs, Less than 12 hrs Daily $850.00 Yes $850.00 101-696-5329 Gym Floor Covering Charge Install/Removal $200.00 Yes $200.00 101-696-5329 Special Event Security Hourly $25.00 Yes $25.00 101-696-5329 Lift Rental Daily $200.00 Yes $200.00 101-696-5329 Gym Rental Revenue Recovery $37,500.00 $45,000.00101-696-5286 Full Page Glossy (Outside Back, 4 colour) Full Page $1,000.00 Yes $1,000.00101-696-5286 Full Page Glossy (Inside Front or Back, 4 colour) Full Page $750.00 Yes $750.00101-696-5286 1/2 Page 1/2 Page $500.00 Yes $500.00101-696-5286 1/4 Page 1/4 page $295.00 Yes $295.00101-696-5286 Spring & Fall Showcase Booth Rental 1 Booth $0.00 Yes 01-Jan-16 $100.00101-696-5286 Advertising Revenue Recovery $10,000.00 $5,000.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision RecreationActivity Millennium Park

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date or Rate Rates Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016, if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-682-5254 Rental - Upper Boathouse Recover cost to deliver service year $4,700.00 Y $4,700.00 01-Jan-16 $4,841.00 $4,841.00

    101-682-5254 Rental - Lower Boathouse Recover cost to deliver service year $1,356.00 N $1,428.00 01-Jan-16 $1,460.00 $1,460.00

    $6,128.00 $6,301.00

    101-682-5408 Display Room rental - Hourly Recover cost to deliver service per hour $19.00 Y $912.00 01-Jan-16 $19.50 $930.00

    101-682-5408 Millennium Park Rentals Recover cost to deliver service 1-100 persons $120.00 Y $1,705.00 01-Jan-16 $122.50 $1,740.00

    101-682-5408 Millennium Park Rentals Recover cost to deliver service over 100 persons $181.00 Y $930.00 01-Jan-16 $184.50 $950.00

    101-682-5408 Millennium Park Rentals Recover cost to deliver service Major Event $610.00 Y $3,000.00 01-Jan-16 $622.00 $3,050.00

    101-682-5408 Display Room rental - Daily Recover cost to deliver service Daily $109.00 Y $1,100.00 01-Jan-16 $111.50 $1,120.00

    $7,647.00 $7,790.00

    TOTALS $13,775.00 $14,091.00Notes

    Upper and Lower Boathouse rental agreements prescribe the amounts. Other fees Increased in line with the CPI forecast, at 2.0% . (Budgeted fees rounded to nearest $)

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision RecreationActivity Queen Alexandra Community Centre

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee (if applicable) Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-699-5242Room rental (1,3,4,5A,5B,7,8,14,12,brdrm, A.H. storage) Recover part of the cost of operating the facility Per Month 0.36 per sq. ft N $45,074.00 0.36 per sq. ft $45,074.00

    101-699-5242 Room rental (2,6A,6B,9,10) Recover part of the cost of operating the facility Per Month 0.71 per sq. ft Y $30,936.00 0.71 per sq. ft $30,936.00101-699-5242 Room rental (wood carvers) Recover part of the cost of operating the facility Per Month 0.33 per sq. ft N $3,083.00 0.33 per sq. ft $3,083.00101-699-5242 Storage rental (former Football space) Recover part of the cost of operating the facility Annual 1.54 per sq. ft N $649.00 1.54 per sq. ft $649.00101-699-5242 Storage rental (Youth Soccer) Recover part of the cost of operating the facility Annual 1.71 per sq ft N $544.00 1.71 per sq ft $544.00

    $80,286.00 $80,286.00

    NOTE** Recommend to leave at 2015 rates, due to Activity Haven's operating deficit. Increases could jeopardize their ability to continue to provide their services to the community.

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision RecreationActivity Outdoor Sport Field Permitting

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) in Effect Y or N Fee (if applicable) Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-690-5401 Adult Premiere Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $32.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $32.50101-690-5401 Youth Premiere Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $8.10 N 01-Jan-16 $8.25101-690-5401 A Level Adult Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $26.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $26.50101-690-5401 A Level Youth Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $7.00 N 01-Jan-16 $7.25101-690-5401 Artificial Sport Fields (1-9 Bookings) Recover cost to deliver service per hour $82.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $83.50101-690-5401 Artificial Sport Fields (10+ bookings) Recover cost to deliver service per hour $61.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $62.25101-690-5401 B Level Adult Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $22.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $22.50101-690-5401 B Level Youth Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $6.00 N 01-Jan-16 $6.10101-690-5401 C Level Adult Sport Fields Recover cost to deliver service per hour $10.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $10.25101-690-5401 A Level Adult Beach Volleyball Courts Recover cost to deliver service per hour $16.30 Y 01-Jan-16 $16.50101-690-5401 A Level Youth Beach Volleyball Courts Recover cost to deliver service per hour $4.10 N 01-Jan-16 $4.25101-690-5401 A Level Adult Urban Outdoor Basketball Courts Recover cost to deliver service per hour $16.30 Y 01-Jan-16 $16.50101-690-5401 A Level Youth Urban Outdoor Basketball Courts Recover cost to deliver service per hour $4.10 N 01-Jan-16 $4.25

    Total $196,400.00 $199,800.00101-690-5404 Occasional permits Same rates as the league rates 101-690-5401 Y

    Total $2,075.00 $2,111.00101-690-5403 Adult Tournament Fee Recover cost to deliver service per day $121.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $123.50101-690-5403 Adult Tournament Fee Recover cost to deliver service 1/2 day $65.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $66.25101-690-5403 Youth Tournament Fee Recover cost to deliver service per day $63.00 N 01-Jan-16 $64.25101-690-5403 Youth Tournament Fee Recover cost to deliver service 1/2 day $32.30 N 01-Jan-16 $33.00101-690-5403 Concession Fee - Short Term Event Recover cost to deliver service per hr $4.40 Y 01-Jan-16 $4.50101-690-5403 Concession Fee Recover cost to deliver service per day $103.80 Y 01-Jan-16 $106.00

    Total $16,139.00 $16,420.00101-690-5406 Hogan Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 Mark Forster Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 Kinsmen Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 East City Bowl Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 Riverside Park Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 Bowers Park Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50101-690-5406 Artifical Sport Field Light Fees Recover cost to deliver service per hr/field $20.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $20.50

    Total $37,205.00 $37,800.00101-690-5400 Picnic Revenue Under 50 persons Recover cost to deliver service event $57.70 Y 01-Jan-16 $58.85101-690-5400 Picnic Revenue 51 - 75 Recover cost to deliver service event $69.05 Y 01-Jan-16 $70.45101-690-5400 Picnic Revenue 76 - 100 Recover cost to deliver service event $92.25 Y 01-Jan-16 $94.10101-690-5400 Picnic Revenue 101 - 200 Recover cost to deliver service event $115.30 Y 01-Jan-16 $117.30101-690-5400 Picnic Revenue 200+ Recover cost to deliver service event $150.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $153.00

    Total $10,955.00 $11,150.00TOTAL $262,774.00 $267,281.00

    NotesThe proposed Artificial Sport Field Fees are supported by KPR School Board and Fleming College.

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision AdministrationActivity Peterborough Marina

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-671-5344 A, B, C - Dock 15 or 30 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per day / per foot $1.80 Y $1.80101-671-5344 A, B C - Dock 2 X 30 or 50 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per day / per foot $2.75 Y $2.75101-671-5344 D Dock - over 20-ft power & water Recover cost to deliver service per day / per foot $1.80 Y $1.80

    101-671-5344 A, B, C - Dock 15 or 30 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per week / per foot $8.50 Y $8.50101-671-5344 A, B C - Dock 2 X 30 or 50 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per week / per foot $9.75 Y $9.75101-671-5344 D Dock - over 20-ft power & water Recover cost to deliver service per week / per foot $9.50 Y $9.50

    101-671-5344 A, B, C - Dock 15 or 30 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per mth / per foot $19.50 Y $19.50101-671-5344 A, B C - Dock 2 X 30 or 50 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per mth / per foot $24.75 Y $24.75101-671-5344 D Dock - over 20-ft power & water Recover cost to deliver service per mth / per foot $15.25 Y $15.25

    101-671-5344 A, B, C - Dock 15 or 30 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per season / per foot $44.75 Y $44.75101-671-5344 A, B C - Dock 2 X 30 or 50 amp service Recover cost to deliver service per season / per foot $58.00 Y $58.00101-671-5344 D Dock - over 20-ft power & water Recover cost to deliver service per season / per foot $42.00 Y $42.00

    101-671-5344 Overnight boat parking and storage Recover cost to deliver service per day / per foot $1.75 Y $1.75

    101-671-5344 Seasonal Car Parking (new 2014) Recover cost to deliver service per month $25.00 Y $25.00

    101-671-5344 D Dock - Day Parking Recover cost to deliver service per day / per foot $1.55 Y 01-Jan-16 $1.60101-671-5344 E-Dock Seasonal Parking Recover cost to deliver service per season $4,565.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $4,600.00

    101-671-5344 Del Crary Park - 1-100 persons Recover cost to deliver service per event $125.00 Y $125.00101-671-5344 Del Crary Park - 101 - 300 persons Recover cost to deliver service per Event $186.00 Y $186.00101-671-5344 Del Crary Park 301 - 500 persons Recover cost to deliver service per event $245.00 Y $245.00101-671-5344 Del Crary Park - Over 500 persons Recover cost to deliver service per event $385.00 Y $385.00101-671-5344 Del Crary Park - Commercial Recover cost to deliver service per event $785.00 Y $785.00

    $118,750.00 $140,880.00

    101-671-5344 Ice Cream Sales - medium cone Recover cost for product per item $4.00 Y $4.00101-671-5344 Ice Cream Sales - large cone Recover cost for product per item $5.00 Y 01-Jan-16 $5.25101-671-5344 Ice Cream Sales - small cup Recover cost for product per item $4.25 Y 01-Jan-16 $4.50101-671-5344 Ice Cream Sales - large cup Recover cost for product per item $5.50 Y $11,652.00 01-Jan-16 $5.75 $11,652.00101-671-5344 Fudgicles Recover cost for product per item $1.50 Y $2,600.00 01-Jan-16 $1.75 $2,600.00101-671-5344 Bag Ice Sales - Block Ice Recover cost for product per bag $3.75 Y $1,000.00 $3.75 $1,000.00101-671-5344 Bag Ice Sales - Cubes Recover cost for product per bag $3.50 Y $2,050.00 $3.50 $2,050.00101-671-5344 Sewage Pumpout -1 tank up to 20 gallons Recover cost to deliver service per/time $16.50 Y $600.00 $16.50 $600.00101-671-5344 Sewage Pump Out - 2 tanks Recover cost to deliver service per/pumpout $26.50 Y $428.00 01-Jan-16 $27.00 $428.00101-671-5344 Diesel Fuel Sales Recover cost for product per litre variable Y $56,000.00 variable $56,000.00101-671-5344 Unleaded Fuel Sales Recover cost for product per litre variable Y $94,000.00 variable $94,000.00101-671-5344 Misc. Food Services Concession Rental space from RFP per season variable Y $14,800.00 variable $14,800.00101-671-5344 Clothing Recover cost for product per item variable Y $230.00 variable $230.00101-671-5344 TSW Travel Book Recover cost for product per item $24.95 Y $675.00 $24.95 $675.00101-671-5344 BugTeck Spray Recover cost for product per item $9.00 Y $675.00 $9.00 $675.00101-671-5344 Coin operated washer Recover cost for product per item $2.00 Y $510.00 $2.00 $510.00101-671-5344 Coin operated dryer Recover cost for product per item $2.00 Y $400.00 $2.00 $400.00

    $185,220.00$304,370.00 $326,500.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Arts, Cutlure and HeritageActivity Heritage Preservation Office

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-607-5250 Easement Fees- residential Cost recovery for entering into HPTRP property $250 N $1,250 $250 $800101-607-5250 - commercial Cost recovery for entering into HPTRP property $450 N $450 $450 $1,800101-607-5360 Renewal Fees Cost recovery for renewal of HPTRP property $200 N $1,200 $200 $1,000

    $2,900 $3,600

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Culture and HeritageActivity Museum and Archives

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101 621 5346 Admission To partially recover costs of temporary exhibitions per visit by donation

    N $13,000.00 $13,000.00

    101 621 5328 Room Rentals To partially recover operating costs of Heritage Pavilion

    up to 50 people

    $65.20 Y $2,400.00 $65.20 $3,000.00

    To partially recover operating costs of Heritage Pavilion

    51-75 people

    $78.00 Y $78.00

    To partially recover operating costs of Heritage Pavilion

    76-100 people

    $104.25 Y $104.25

    To partially recover operating costs of Heritage Pavilion

    101-200 people

    $130.30 $130.30

    To partially recover operating costs of Heritage Pavilion

    over 200 people

    $169.50 Y $169.50

    101 621 5344 Photocopy Recoveries To partially recover costs of paper and operating copier

    black & white

    $0.10 N $800.00 01-Jan-16 $0.50 $1,500.00

    To partially recover costs of paper and operating copier

    colour $0.40 N 01-Jan-16 $1.00

    101 625 5385 School Programs To provide suitable time, resources and programs per student $4.00 N $2,000.00 $4.00 $2,000.00

    101 625 5387 March Break Camps To provide suitable time, resources and programs (full day)

    per child $32.00 N $5,000.00 01-Jan-16 $34.00 $5,000.00

    March KinderKidz Camps To provide suitable time, resources and programs (1/2 day)

    per child $16.00 N 01-Jan-16 $17.00

    101 625 5391 Summer Discovery Camps To provide suitable time, resources and programs (full day)

    per child $32.00 N $18,000.00 01-Jan-16 $34.00 $23,000.00

    Summer KinderKidz Camps To provide suitable time, resources and programs (1/2 day)

    per child $16.00 N 01-Jan-16 $17.00

    101 625 5388 Public Programs To provide suitable time, resources and programs (1/2 day)

    per person $16.00 N $1,200.00 $16.00 $1,200.00

    101 625 5390 MUSE Film Tickets To partially recover operating costs of Museum & Archives

    per ticket $15.00 Y $70,000.00 $15.00 $70,000.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Culture and HeritageActivity Museum and Archives

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101 625 5394 Archival Services / Fees To provide a digital image file of an existing scan (jpg)

    per image $5.00 Y $3,000.00 $5.00 $2,000.00

    To provide a high resolution digital image file of an existing scan (tiff)

    per image $30.00 Y $30.00

    Digital Camera Use per day $20.00 Y $20.00To provide a high resolution digital image file (tiff) - scan required

    per image $45.00 Y $45.00

    To provide a video/film/audio digital file (plus transfer cost, if required)

    per item $25.00 Y $25.00

    To provide printout of photograph per image $1.00 Y $1.00101 625 5389 Archives To partially recover operating costs of Archives per visit by

    donationN $600.00 by

    donation$600.00

    101 626 5242 Travelling Exhibition Rentals To provide exhibitions to Canadian museums per week $100.00 Y $600.00 $100.00 $0.00

    Archaeological Collections To partially recover the costs of processing. conservation and long-term storage

    per box $375.00 N $0.00 $375.00 $0.00

    * included in total above $116,600.00 $121,300.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Arts Culture and HeritageActivity Library

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    6019615282 Memberships-Out of Town 3 month Recover cost of service to non-taxpayers per house $7.50 N $7.506 month Recover cost of service to non-taxpayers per house $15.00 N $15.0012 month Recover cost of service to non-taxpayers per house $30.00 N $30.00Senior Rate Recover cost of service to non-taxpayers per house $15.00 N $15.00Institutional/Business - 12 months Recover cost of service to non-taxpayers per business $30.00 N $30.00

    Total generated $10,000

    6019615326 FinesOverdue - General Fines for overdue materials - maximum=$6.00 per day $0.25 N $0.25High Use, InterLibrary Loan, E-reader Kit, Daisy-Reader Kit

    Fines for overdue materials - maximum=$15.00 per day $1.00 N $1.00

    Reference Fines for overdue materials - maximum=$30.00 per day $5.00 N $5.00Periodical Fines for overdue materials - maximum=$1.25 per day $0.25 N $0.25Paperback Fines for overdue materials - maximum=$3.00 per day $0.25 N $0.25

    Total generated $60,000

    6019615328 Room Rental - Main BranchBoard Room Cost Recovery - Admin charges per hour $17.25 Y $17.25Board Room Cost Recovery - Admin charges per half day $46.00 Y $46.00Board Room Cost Recovery - Admin charges per day $86.25 Y $86.25Auditorium Cost Recovery - Admin charges per hour $34.50 Y $34.50Auditorium Cost Recovery - Admin charges per half fay $92.00 Y $92.00Auditorium Cost Recovery - Admin charges per day $172.50 Y $172.50

    Total generated $30,000

    6019615330 Xerox Fees Cost recovery per page $0.25 N $1,500 $0.25

    6019615332 Lost Books**Processing Fee Cost to process replacement items per title $4.00 N $4.00Folder Average replacement cost - no processing fee per title $3.00 N $3.003 Day Loan Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $29.00 N $29.007 Day Loan Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $29.00 N $29.00Book Club Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $19.00 N $19.00Music CD Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $24.00 N $24.00Books on CD Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $29.00 N $29.00Multimedia Cd-Rom Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $44.00 N $44.00InterLibrary Loan Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $36.00 N $36.00MP3 - CD Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $54.00 N $54.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Arts Culture and HeritageActivity Library

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    PPL Paperback Average replacement cost - no processing fee per title $10.00 N $10.00Periodical Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $11.00 N $11.00Playaway Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $54.00 N $54.00Quick Books - 7 day loans Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $36.00 N $36.00Reference Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $154.00 N $154.00Board Books Average replacement cost - no processing fee per title $6.00 N $6.00Juvenile - kits (Juvenile Book & CD or Tape Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $19.00 N $19.00All fiction books with YA-nf and french-nf Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $36.00 N $36.00Nonfiction Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $49.00 N $49.00Easy Readers and Picture books Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $27.00 N $27.00Large Print Books Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $54.00 N $54.00Wattreader (Wattmeter) Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $54.00 N $54.00Government Documents Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $64.00 N $64.00Nonfiction Videos Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $34.00 N $34.00Reference Periodicals Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per title $11.00 N $11.00E-reader Kit Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per kit $224.00 N $224.00E-reader Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $170.00 N $170.00E-reader Case Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $17.00 N $17.00Adapter Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $25.00 N $25.00USB Cable Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $5.00 N $5.00Book Club Bag Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $20.00 N $20.00Daisy-reader Kit Average replacement cost plus processing cost of $4.00 per kit $490.00 N $490.00Daisy-reader Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $450.00 N $450.00Pocket Daisy Reader Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $425.00 N $425.00Daisy Mask Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $20.00 N $20.00Daisy Adapter Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $45.00 N $45.00Daisy USB Cable Average replacement cost - no processing fee per item $10.00 N $10.00** Where there is an actual cost for the item in the cataloguing record,

    we charge the actual purchase cost plus $4.00 processingTotal generated $3,600.00

    6019615334 Lost Cards Cost Recovery per card $3.00 N $1,100.00 $3.00

    6019615335 Technical Services Cost Recovery per item $0.75 to $1.25 N $0.00 $0.75 to $1.25

    6019615336 Microfilm Fees Cost Recovery per page $0.25 N $500.00 $0.25

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Arts Culture and HeritageActivity Library

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    6019615340 Program revenue Cost Recovery per program $1.00 to $3.00 N $1.00 to $3.00 Cost Recovery per person $2.00 N $2.00

    Total generated $500.00

    6019615341 Internet Printing Cost Recovery per page $0.25 N $200.00 $0.25

    6019615344 RecoveriesInter Library Loan Cost recovery for Inter Library Loan - some lending libraries'

    charge to lend items through interlibrary loan. The cost varies according to library. Revenue for this account varies according to what users borrow.

    per title $10-$25 N $10-$25

    Photocopy microfilm/reference materials Cost recovery per title $10+.50/page N $10+.50/pageTotal generated $107,400.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community Services: Arts, Culture & HeritageDivision Art Gallery of PeterboroughActivity User Fees

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 (if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N fee applicable) Budget feeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    401 815 5283 School Groups to cover costs for instructors, materials and facility operation

    per student

    $5.00 N $2,000.00 $5.00 $3,000.00

    401 810 5232 School Groups School Program Subsidy per student

    $5.00 N $3,000.00 $5.00 $5,000.00

    401 815 5289 March Break & Summer Camps to cover costs for instructors, materials and facility operation

    week session

    $85 - $165 N $14,000.00 $85 - $165 $10,000.00

    401 815 5284 Education programs - child costs of instructors, materials, facility for 6 week session

    per session

    $95.00 N $4,000.00 $95.00 $4,000.00

    402 815 5287 Education programs - Youth costs of instructors, materials, facility for 6 week session

    per session

    $30.00 $500.00 $30.00 $1,000.00

    401 815 5288 Education programs - adult variable depending on artist/instrucutor & schedule

    Y $9,000.00 $8,000.00

    401 815 5290 Education - Partnerships $3,000.00 $3,000.00Education sub-total $135.00 $35,500.00 $135.00 $34,000.00

    401 815 5282 Individual Art Gallery Membership to cover costs of membership benefits per person $35.00 N $1,050.00 $35.00 $1,050.00401 815 5282 Family Art Gallery Membership to cover costs of membership benefits per family $40.00 N $3,150.00 $40.00 $3,150.00401 815 5282 Senior Art Gallery Membership to cover costs of membership benefits per person $25.00 N $1,120.00 $25.00 $1,120.00401 815 5282 Student Art Gallery Membership to cover costs of membership benefits per person $20.00 N $180.00 $20.00 $180.00

    Membership sub-total $120.00 $5,500.00 $120.00 $5,500.00401 815 5328 Room Rental: Reading Room, user fees per hour $100.00 Y $0.00 $100.00 $0.00401 815 5328 Room Rental: Reading Room, user fees per hour $75.00 Y $0.00 $75.00 $0.00401 815 5328 Art Gallery Studio, evening user fees per hour $100.00 Y $0.00 $100.00 $0.00401 815 5328 Art Gallery Studio, weekend user fees per hour $75.00 Y $0.00 $75.00 $0.00401 815 5328 Outdoor Patio user fees per hour $150.00 Y $0.00 $150.00 $0.00

    Rentals sub-total $500.00 $0.00 $500.00 $0.00

    $41,000.00 $39,500.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision ArenasActivity Evinrude Centre

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Ice Rental Revenue1016425284 Prime-Time - Adult To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $172.56 Y/ Extra $172.56 Prime-Time - Youth To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Shoulder Ice Rental (3PM-4PM & 10PM-11PM) To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Non-Prime Time-Anyone To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73 After 11PM To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73

    Elementary School Rate To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $68.14 Y/ Extra $68.14Public Skating Admissions -Regular To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Time $3.10 Y/ Extra $3.10Public Skating Admissions-Parent & Tot To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Time $1.77 Y/ Extra $1.77Public Skating Admissions -Seniors To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Time $1.77 Y/ Extra $1.77Pay as you Play Hockey To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Time $5.31 Y/ Extra $5.31Individual Ice rental Cost per skaters - To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $26.55 Y/ Extra $26.55Cost varies 1 to 9 skaters $105.97 $105.97

    855,187 855,187Floor Rental Revenue1016425284 Adults To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $92.70 Y/ Extra $92.70

    Childrens To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $74.12 Y/ Extra $74.12Floor Pad Rental - Individual To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Day $2,500.00 Y/ Extra $2,500.00

    70,174 70,174Room Rentals1016425328 Banquet Hall - Sundays throughThursdays To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Day $437.00 Y/ Extra $437.00

    Banquet Hall - Fridays, Saturdays To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Day $651.00 Y/ Extra $651.00Meeting Rooms-Day Rate To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Day $109.00 Y/ Extra $109.00Meeting Rooms-3 Hours or Less To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre 3 Hours $55.00 Y/ Extra $55.00Food Levy Charge To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Event $110.00 Y/ Extra $110.00Kitchen User Fee To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Per Event $110.00 Y/ Extra $110.00

    91,333 91,333Advertising Revenue

    1016425286 In-Arena Advertising Sales To partially recover operating costs of Evinrude Centre Annual$850-$5,000 Y/ Extra $850-$5,000

    15,000 15,000Capital Contributions1033325662 Collected Capital Contribution To partially recover debenture costs of Evinrude Centre Per Hour $5.00 N $5.001033325662 Collected Capital Contribution To partially recover debenture costs of Evinrude Centre Per 1/2 Hour $2.50 N $2.50

    $1,031,693.79 $1,031,693.79

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision ArenasActivity Kinsmen Centre

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Ice Rental Revenue1016525284 Prime-Time - Adult To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $172.56 Y/ Extra $172.56 Prime-Time - Youth To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Shoulder Ice Rental (3PM-4PM & 10PM-11PM) $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Non-Prime Time-Anyone To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73 After 11PM To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73

    Elementary School Rate To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $69.96 Y/Extra $69.96Public Skating Admissions -Regular To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Time $3.10 Y/Extra $3.10Public Skating Admissions-Parent & Tot To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Time $1.77 Y/Extra $1.77Public Skating Admissions -Seniors To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Time $1.77 Y/Extra $1.77Pay as you Play Hockey To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Time $5.31 Y/ Extra $5.31Individual Ice rental Cost per skaters - To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $26.55 Y/Extra $26.55Cost varies 1 to 9 skaters $105.97 $105.97

    $608,500 608,500

    Floor Rental Revenue1016525284 Adults To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $94.51 Y/Extra $94.51

    Childrens To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Hour $75.93 Y/Extra $75.93Floor Pad Rental - Individual To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Day $2,500.00 Y/Extra $2,500.00Food Levy Charge To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Event $109.48 Y/ Extra $109.48

    $61,100 61,100Room Rentals1016525595 Meeting Rooms-Day Rate To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Per Day $109.48 Y/ Extra $109.48

    Meeting Rooms-3 Hours or Less To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre 3 Hours $54.75 Y/ Extra $54.75Total $5,000 Total 5,000

    Advertising Revenue

    1016525286 In-Arena Advertising Sales To partially recover operating costs of Kinsmen Centre Annual$850-$5,000 Y/ Extra $850-$5,000

    5,000 5,000$679,600 $679,600

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision ArenasActivity Northcrest Community Centre

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Ice Rental Revenue1016625284 Prime-Time - Adult To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $172.56 Y/ Extra $172.56 Prime-Time - Youth To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Shoulder Ice Rental (3PM-4PM & 10PM-11PM) $148.68 Y/ Extra $148.68

    Non-Prime Time-Anyone To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73 After 11PM To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $109.73 Y/ Extra $109.73

    Elementary School Rate To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $69.96 Y/Extra $69.96Public Skating Admissions -Regular To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Time $3.10 Y/Extra $3.10Public Skating Admissions-Parent & Tot To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Time $1.77 Y/Extra $1.77Public Skating Admissions -Seniors To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Time $1.77 Y/Extra $1.77Pay as you Play Hockey To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Time $5.31 Y/ Extra $5.31Individual Ice rental Cost per skaters - To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour $26.55 Y/Extra $26.55Cost varies 1 to 9 skaters $105.97 $105.97

    Total $262,600 Total 262,600Floor Rental Revenue1016625284 Adults To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour N/A Y/Extra N/A

    Children To partially recover operating costs of Northcrest Per Hour N/A Y/Extra N/ATotal $0 Total 0

    $262,600 $262,600

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016

    Department Community ServicesDivision ArenasActivity Memorial Centre/Morrow Park

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Ice & Floor Charges1016325284 Prime-Time - Adult To partially recover operating costs per hour $172.56 Y/Extra $172.561016325284 Prime-Time - Youth To partially recover operating costs per hour $148.68 Y/Extra $148.681016325284 Shoulder Ice Rental (3PM-4PM &

    10PM-11PM)To partially recover operating costs per hour $148.68 Y/Extra $148.68

    1016325284 Non-Prime Time-Anyone To partially recover operating costs per hour $109.73 Y/Extra $109.731016325284 After 11PM To partially recover operating costs per hour $109.73 Y/Extra $109.731016325284 Elementary School Rate To partially recover operating costs per hour $68.14 Y/Extra $68.141016325284 Floor Rental (Adult) To partially recover operating costs per hour $105.31 Y/Extra $105.311016325284 Floor rental (Minor) To partially recover operating costs per hour $89.38 Y/Extra $89.38

    Approximate Revenue Totals $278,000 $278,000Event Charges1016345276 MC Building Rental (Regular) To partially recover operating costs per day $4,120.00 Y/Extra $4,120.001016345276 MC Building Rental(Non-Profit) To partially recover operating costs per day $3,296.00 Y/Extra $3,296.001016345276 MC Building Rental ( Concert) To partially recover operating costs per day $5,000-$6,6700 Y/Extra $5,000-$6,67001016345276 MC Building Rental (Concert non- To partially recover operating costs per day $5,360.00 Y/Extra $5,360.001016345276 MC Building Rental (Banquet-Floor To partially recover operating costs per day $2,500.00 Y/Extra $2,500.001016325286 Video Board Rental (on Clock) To partially recover operating costs per event $1,030.00 Y/Extra $1,030.001016345276 Event staff charges To partially recover operating costs per event $1,712.38 Y/Extra $1,712.381016345276 Sound Room & Technician To partially recover operating costs per event $155.00 Y/Extra $155.001016345276 Labor to remove glass To partially recover operating costs per event $1,030.00 Y/Extra $1,030.001016345276 Labour to install Ice Cover To partially recover operating costs per event $1,030.00 Y/Extra $1,030.001016345276 Partial Removal of Glass To partially recover operating costs per event $721.00 Y/Extra $721.001016345276 Partial removal of boards/glass S. End To partially recover operating costs per event $618.00 Y/Extra $618.001016345276 Building Cleanup Fee To partially recover operating costs per event $669.50 Y/Extra $669.501016345276 Coat Check To partially recover operating costs per event $206.00 Y/Extra $206.001016345344 Forklift Operator To partially recover operating costs per hour $30.30 Y/Extra $30.301016345344 Forklift Rental (Morrow Building) To partially recover operating costs per day $206.00 Y/Extra $206.001016345344 Forklift Rental ( Event) To partially recover operating costs per event $206.00 Y/Extra $206.001016345344 Lift Rental To partially recover operating costs per day $275.00 Y/Extra $275.001016345344 Additional Chair rental To partially recover operating costs per event $2.06 Y/Extra $2.061016345344 Additional Table rental To partially recover operating costs per event $16.48 Y/Extra $16.48

    Approximate Revenue Totals $419,112 $419,112Morrow Park Charges1016935242 Morrow Building Rental-Winter To partially recover operating costs per day $1,060.00 Y/Extra $1,060.001016935242 Morrow Building Rental-Summer To partially recover operating costs per day $930.00 Y/Extra $930.001016935242 Morrow Building Set-Up Day Fee To partially recover operating costs per partial $212.18 Y/Extra $212.181016935312 Parking To partially recover operating costs per vehicle $4.00 Y/Incl. $4.001016935312 Parking Lot Buyout To partially recover operating costs per day $1,030.00 Y/Extra $1,030.001016935242 Morrow Park Track Area Rental To partially recover operating costs per day $2,575.00 Y/Extra $2,575.00

    Approximate Revenue Totals $203,000 $203,000

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016

    Department Community ServicesDivision ArenasActivity Memorial Centre/Morrow Park

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Ticket Charges1016325465 Capital Replacement Fund To partially recover Capital costs per ticket $1.00 Y/Extra $1.001016325350 Telephone/Internet Order Charge To partially recover operating costs per order $2.00/order Y/Extra $2.00/order1016325350 Internet ticket service charges To repay Long term Loan per ticket $1.50/ticket Y/Extra $1.50/ticket1016325448 Box Office Ticket Sales Fee To recover staff charges and bank charges per ticket $3 to $8/ticket Y/Extra $3 to $8/ticket

    1016325418Premium Fees for Club/South-end/Skybox/Birthday room To partially recover Capital costs per ticket $1.00 to $5.50 Y/Incl. $1.00 to $5.50

    1016325448 Ticket System Event Layout Production To recover staff and system charges per event $70.00 Y/Extra $70.001016325448 Box Office Hourly Fee-Level 1 To recover staff and system charges per hour $75.00 Y/Extra $75.001016325448 Box Office Hourly Fee-Level 2 To recover staff and system charges per hour $50.00 Y/Extra $50.00

    Approximate Revenue Totals $188,500 $188,500License Fees

    1016325405 Suites To partially recover operating costs annual$7,000 to

    $21,460 Y/Extra$7,000 to

    $21,4601016325418 Club/South-end-Petes Season To partially recover operating costs annual $135 To $175 Y/Extra $135 To $175

    Approximate Revenue Totals $425,001 $425,001$1,513,613 $1,513,613

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Community ServicesDivision Social ServicesActivity Children's Services - Directly Operated Child Care Programs

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, particpant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101503 /505 /511 5360

    Parental Fees - total all programs To offset salary increases and increases to operational costs such as hydro, food, rent.

    N $957,281 $1,114,560

    Fee ScheduleTod - FD $42.00 01-Jan-16 43.00Pre - FD $40.00 01-Jan-16 40.50

    SporadicTod - FD $42.00 01-Jan-16 43.00Pre - FD $40.00 01-Jan-16 40.50

    Tod/Pre-PD $29.00 29.00

    SA-am $10.00 10.00SA-pm $12.50 01-Jan-16 13.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision Planning DivisionActivity Application Amendment Fees

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Zoning By-Law Amendments101-751-5302 Residential To partially recover costs of processing application per unit $30.00/

    dwelling unit + base fee of $990

    N Varies by no. of dwellings

    $30.00/ dwelling unit + base fee of 990

    101-751-5302 Commercial or Industrial To partially recover costs of processing application per sq.m. $0.6/sq.m. building floor area + base fee of $990

    N Varies by affected building floor area

    $0.6/sq.m. building floor area + base fee of 990

    101-751-5302 Other fees To partially recover costs of processing application per sq.m. $0.3sq.m. building floor area + base fee of $990

    N Varies by affected building floor area

    $0.3sq.m. building floor area + base fee of 990

    Official Plan Amendment101-751-5302 Schedule A (Commercial or Industrial

    designations) Schedule I, J & O To partially recover the cost of processing applications per fee $4,400.00 N Fees are

    cumulative$4,400.00

    101-751-5302 Commercial or Industrial Policy Changes

    To partially recover the cost of processing applications per fee $4,400.00 N Fees are cumulative

    $4,400.00

    101-751-5302 Amendments to remaining schedules or text

    To partially recover the cost of processing applications per fee $2,640.00 N Fees are cumulative

    $2,640.00

    101-751-5302 Subdivision or Condominium Plans To partially recover the cost of processing applications $30.00/ha of lot area + base fee of $4,000

    N Varies by affected lot area

    $30.00/ha of lot area + base fee of $4,000

    101-751-5302 Subdivision Compliance Letter To partially recover the cost of processing applications per letter $85.00 N $85.00101-751-5302 Extensions to Draft Approval To partially recover the cost of processing applications per approval $1,595.00 N $1,595.00

    101-751-5302 Condominium Exemption from Draft Approval

    To partially recover the cost of processing applications per approval $800.00 N $800.00

    101-751-5302 Amendments to Aprpoved Plans and/or Draft Conditions - Notice Required

    To partially recover the cost of processing applications $1,595.00 N $1,595.00

    101-751-5302 Amendments to Aprpoved Plans and/or Draft Conditions - No Notice Required

    To partially recover the cost of processing applications $800.00 N $800.00

    Site Plans101-751-5302 Residential To partially recover the cost of processing applications per dwelling unit $25 per unit

    + Base fee of $730

    N Varies by no. of dwellings

    $25 per unit + Base fee of $730

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision Planning DivisionActivity Application Amendment Fees

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-751-5302 Non-Residential & Mixed Use per sq.m. $0.3/sq.m. of new building foot print + base fee of $1,100

    N Varies by new building floor area

    $0.3/sq.m. of new building foot print + base fee of $1,100

    101-751-5302 Where Site Plan Approval is a condition of a Committee of Adjustment decision, or a rezoning approval, the base fee for Residential is reduced to $430.00, and for Non-residential & Mixed Use is reduced to $665.00

    $360 for residential and $665 for Non-res and mixed use

    N 01-Jan-16 $430 for residential and $665 for Non-res and mixed use

    101-751-5302 Amendments to approved site plans Minor $520.00 N $520.00101-751-5302 Major Residential $730.00 N $730.00101-751-5302 Major (All other) $1,100.00 N $1,100.00101-751-5302 To partially recover cost of processing applications $240.00 N $240.00101-751-5302 Outdoor Cafs To partially recover cost of processing applications $130.00 N $130.00101-751-5302 Extensions to Site Plan approval Period To partially recover cost of processing applications $360.00 N $360.00

    Site Plan Compliance Letter To partially recover cost of processing applications $77.00 N $77.00$87,000.00 $87,000.00

    Committee of Adjustment101-751-5304 Minor Variances Single & Two-unit residential properties 1 and 2 units $400.00 N $400.00101-751-5304 All Others $550.00 N $550.00101-751-5304 Severances101-751-5304 Creation of a new building Lot To partially recover cost of processing applications per lot $550 +

    additional $120/lot

    N $550 + additional $120/lot

    101-751-5304 All Others (Eg. Additions, easements) To partially recover cost of processing applications $550.00 N $550.00101-751-5304 Reissuance of Consent Certificates To partially recover cost of processing applications $40.00 N 01-Jan-16 $50.00

    $40,000.00 $40,000.00Other Fees

    101-751-5302 Part Lot Control Exemption To partially recover cost of processing applications per lot $1,460 + $22/lot

    N $1,460 + $22/lot

    101-751-5302 Removal of Holding Provision To partially recover cost of processing applications $360.00 N $360.00101-751-5302 Sign By-Law Amendments To partially recover cost of processing applications $790.00 N $790.00

    $127,000.00 $127,000.00

    Recovered from the applicant at actual cost

    Recovered from the applicant at actual cost

    Any expenses incurred by the City pursuant to Municipal Plan Review on behalf of the Province of Ontario

    If application is deferred at the applicant's request, the costs of readvertising for public notice will be assessed to the Applicant

    Note:

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision Planning DivisionActivity ORCA FEES

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Official Plan AmendmentMinor Official Plan Amendment To recover cost of ORCA fee address $475.00 $475.00Intermediate Official Plan Amendment To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,200.00 $1,200.00Major Official Plan Amendments To recover cost of ORCA fee address $2,200.00 N $2,200.00Zoning By-law AmendmentMinor Zoning By-law Amendments To recover cost of ORCA fee address $375.00 N $375.00Intermediate Zoning By-law Amendments To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,100.00 N $1,100.00Major Zoning By-law Amendments To recover cost of ORCA fee address $2,050.00 N $2,050.00Minor Variance / SeveranceMinor Variance To recover cost of ORCA fee address $330.00 N $330.00Intermediate Variance To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,000.00 N $1,000.00Major Variance To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,950.00 N $1,950.00Minor Severances (Consent) Applications To recover cost of ORCA fee address $375.00 N $375.00Intermediate Severences To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,100.00 N $1,100.00Major Severances To recover cost of ORCA fee address $2,050.00 N $2,050.00Site Plan ControlMinor Site Plan Control To recover cost of ORCA fee address $400.00 $400.00Intermediate Site Plan To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,250.00 N $1,250.00Major Site Plan To recover cost of ORCA fee address $4,000.00 N $4,000.00SubdivisionsSubdivisions - draft Plan Condition - Minor To recover cost of ORCA fee address $5,000.00 $5,000.00Subdivisions -draft Plan Condition - Major To recover cost of ORCA fee address $10,000.00 N $10,000.00Clearance of Conditions To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,500 /ha N $1,500 /haDraft Plan Extension To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,000.00 N $1,000.00Reactivation To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,000.00 N $1,000.00Revision Fee To recover cost of ORCA fee address $1,000.00 N $1,000.00OtherGolf Course Projects To recover cost of ORCA fee address $5,000.00 N $5,000.00Land Inquiries To recover cost of ORCA fee address $250.00 N $250.00Total $40,000 $40,000

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning and Development ServicesDivision Geomatics/MappingActivity

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101-753-5303 Paper Map Sales1:16,000 Wall Maps Recovery of cost of delivering services $10.00 $10.00 Y $10.0011 X 17 Official Plan Map Recovery of cost of delivering services $5.00 $5.00 Y $5.008.5 X 11 Zoning Map Recovery of cost of delivering services $5.00 $5.00 Y $5.008.5 X 11 Zoning Map - Complete Set Recovery of cost of delivering services $80.00 $80.00 Y $80.008.5 X 11 Orthophoto Recovery of cost of delivering services $5.00 $5.00 Y $5.0011 X 17 Orthophoto Recovery of cost of delivering services $10.00 $10.00 Y $10.00Custom Plots - $60/hr, Minimum $20.00 (depending on scope of job)

    Recovery of cost of delivering services $20.00 $20.00 Y $20.00

    Digital CAD dataParcel Fabric Recovery of cost of delivering services $20/sq. km. $20/sq. km. Y $20/sq. km.

    101-753-5303 Address File Recovery of cost of delivering services $20/sq. km. $20/sq. km. Y $20/sq. km.Corner Addresses Recovery of cost of delivering services $10/sq. km. $10/sq. km. Y $10/sq. km.Single Line Road Network Recovery of cost of delivering services $2/sq. km. $2/sq. km. Y $2/sq. km.Street Names Recovery of cost of delivering services $2/sq. km. $2/sq. km. Y $2/sq. km.Topographic Data Recovery of cost of delivering services $50/sq. km. $50/sq. km. Y $50/sq. km.Elevation Data Recovery of cost of delivering services $60/sq. km. $60/sq. km. Y $60/sq. km.Custom mapping (low priority) Recovery of cost of delivering services $60/Hr $60/Hr Y $60/Hr

    101-753-5303 Digital GIS dataParcel Fabric Recovery of cost of delivering services $75/sq. km. $75/sq. km. Y $75/sq. km.Address File Recovery of cost of delivering services .20/address .20/address Y .20/addressStreet Centerline Road Network Recovery of cost of delivering services $75/sq. km. $75/sq. km. Y $75/sq. km.Utility Data Recovery of cost of delivering services $75/sq. km. $75/sq. km. Y $75/sq. km.Orthophotography Recovery of cost of delivering services $75/sq. km. $75/sq. km. Y $75/sq. km.

    101-753-5303 .pdf formatCommercial use Recovery of cost of delivering services $100.00 $100.00 Y $100.00Non-commercial 8.5 X 11 Recovery of cost of delivering services $10.00 $10.00 Y $10.00Non-commercial 11 X 17 Recovery of cost of delivering services $20.00 $20.00 Y $20.00Non-commercial wall size Recovery of cost of delivering services $50.00 $50.00 Y $50.00

    Total $800.00 $1,000.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision BuildingActivity Building Inspection

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Building Permit Fees101-431-5612 New Residential Construction To recover all costs of providing service Rate based on

    gross floor area (m)

    $15.75/m of gross floor area,

    min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $17.32/m of gross floor area,

    min. $204101-431-5612 Residential Alterations - without

    identifiable gross floor areaTo recover all costs of providing service Rate based on

    construction value

    $18.15/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $19.96/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $204101-431-5612 Industrial Commercial Institutional -

    ShellTo recover all costs of providing service Rate based on

    gross floor area (m)

    $12.90/m of gross floor area,

    min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $14.19/m of gross floor area,

    min. $204101-431-5612 Industrial Commercial Institutional -

    Tenant Fit-up & AlterationTo recover all costs of providing service Rate based on

    construction value

    $18.15/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $19.96/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $204101-431-5612 Industrial Commercial Institutional -

    FinishedTo recover all costs of providing service Rate based on

    gross floor area (m)

    $17.19/m of gross floor area,

    min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $18.91/m of gross floor area,

    min. $204101-431-5612 Industrial Commercial Institutional

    Alteration - without identifiable gross floor area

    To recover all costs of providing service Rate based on construction value

    $18.15/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $185

    N 01-Jan-16 $19.97/$1,000 construction

    value, min. $204101-431-5612 Demolition of Building up to 600 m

    or up to 3 storey'sTo recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185/permit N 01-Jan-16 $204/permit

    101-431-5612 Demolition of Building over 600 m or 3 storey's

    To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $365/permit N 01-Jan-16 $400/permit

    101-431-5612 Design Structures & Stand Alone To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185/permit N 01-Jan-16 $204/permit 101-431-5612 Plumbing Permit 10 fixtures To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185/permit N 01-Jan-16 $204/permit 101-431-5612 Change of Use To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185/permit N 01-Jan-16 $204/permit 101-431-5612 Conditional Permit To recover all costs of providing service Full Fee N 101-431-5612 Occupancy Permit To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $330 where

    building not ready for final inspection at time of occupancy.

    N 01-Jan-16 $360 where building not ready for final inspection at time of occupancy.

    101-431-5612 Reinspections To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $150/inspection/division after 2

    N $150/inspection/division after 2

    101-431-5612 Construction Commenced Without Permit

    To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185 or 50% of permit fee, whichever is greater

    N $185 or 50% of permit fee, whichever is greater

    101-431-5612 Transfer Ownership To recover all costs of providing service Flat Fee $185/permit N $185/permit

    101-431-5612 Cancelled building permit - fee refund

    Refund in accordance with Building By-law 10-048 Varies - see by-law

    N

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision BuildingActivity Building Inspection

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Total $1,430,000.00 $1,560,000.00 Other Fees

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Order To Comply

    To recover all costs of providing service $150 each $165 N $165

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Stop Work Order

    To recover all costs of providing service $300 each $330 N $330

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Unsafe Building

    To recover all costs of providing service $450 each $495 N $495

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Order Prohibiting Occupancy

    To recover all costs of providing service $450 each $495 N $495

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Order Not To Cover

    To recover all costs of providing service $300 each $330 N $330

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Order To Uncover

    To recover all costs of providing service $500 each $550 N $550

    101-431-5595 Building Code Order - Emergency Order

    To recover all costs of providing service $600 each $660 N $660

    101-431-5595 Liquor licence inspection/approval letter

    To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Restaurant inspection/approval letter

    To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Retail car sales approval letter To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Day care provider approval letter To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Accessory apartment registration fee

    To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Retail gas/propane letter of approval

    To recover all costs of providing service $50 each $55 N $55

    101-431-5595 Service charge on contract work To recover all costs of providing service 10% of cost - min. $25

    N

    Total $4,000.00 $4,000.00

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  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning & Development ServicesDivision BuildingActivity By-law Enforcement

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    Permit Fees101-433-5613 Sign permit fee: freestanding sign

    >10 ft. highTo recover all costs of inspection and enforcement

    $200 each $200 each N 01-Jan-16 $250 per sign

    101-433-5613 Sign permit fee: fascia sign >10 sq. ft.; freestanding sign

  • Form 6User Fees and Charges - 2016Department Planning and DevelopmentDivision Airport Activity Airport Operating Revenue

    Unit 2015 Proposed 2016Basis Current Total Date of Rate Rate Total

    Rationale for Fee (ie. Government mandated, (Time/ Rate Budgeted Change for as per BudgetedG/L Account recover all or part of cost to deliver service, participant Presently HST Rev from 2016 - if 2016 Rev from

    Number User Fee Name and Description recovery of admin charges, etc) etc) In Effect Y or N Fee applicable Budget FeeC1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10

    101 392 5244 Landing Fees

    Fee for aircraft landings for commercial use and private aircraft over 9,000 lbs, increase to capture the large aircraft

    per landing

    $20 - $120Y

    $12,000.00 01-Jan-16 $20-$450 $12,000.00101 392 5246 Tie Down Fees Fee for parking aircraft monthly- revised to include

    large aircraftmonthly

    $45 - $550Y $10,000.00

    01-Jan-16 $38-$600 $18,000.00101 392 5316 Daily Parking Aircraft parking daily - revised to include large

    aircraftdaily

    $10 - $90Y $2,000.00

    01-Jan-16 $10-$250 $2,000.00101 392 5595 After Hours Call Out After hours call out fee/after hours snow clearing hr - 2 hrs min $75 - $120 Y $1,500.00 01-Jan-16 $75 - $120 $1,500.00101 392 5595 Meeting Room Rental Meeting room rental daily $75 - $250 Y $1,500.00 $75 - $250 $1,500.00102 392 5292 Airport General Improvement Fee Charter Aircraft - by number of seats per use $0.00 Y $0.00 01-Jan-16 $14-$210 $1,000.00103 392 5292 Passenger Fee Charter Fee by Passenger per passenger $0.00 Y $0.00 01-Jan-16 $7-$10 $4,000.00

    $27,000.00 $40,000.00

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    2016 Operating Budget Details and User Fees and Charges (Budget Book 2 of 4) November 2015Table of ContentsSummariesCity CouncilChief Administrative OfficerFire ServicesEmergency & Risk Management

    Corporate ServicesCity ClerkFinancial ServicesProperty ServicesFacilities & Special ProjectsHuman ResourcesCorporate Information Services

    Legal ServicesUtility ServicesOffice of Utility Services DirectorEngineering, Construction andInfrastructure PlanningPublic WorksTransportationParking, Traffic, TDMPublic Transit Operations

    Environmental ProtectionWaste Management

    Community ServicesOffice of Community Services DirectorRecreation Facilities and ProgramsPeterborough Sport and Wellness Centre

    Arts, Culture and HeritageACH Administration and Heritage PreservationOfficeMuseumArt GalleryLibrary

    ArenasSocial AssistanceChildren's Services and Community Social Plan

    Planning and Development ServicesPlanning and GeomaticsHousingPeterborough AirportBuilding Services Division

    Financial Services OtherTransfers to OrganizationsPolicePeterborough County/City Paramedics ServiceFairhavenCounty City Health UnitPeterborough Economic DevelopmentOtonabee Region Conservation AuthorityHumane SocietyPrimary Health Care Services

    2016 Draft Budget User Fees and ChargesTable of ContentsFire PreventionFinancial ServicesClerksOffice of the City SolicitorProvincial Offences OfficeEngineering and ConstructionPublic WorksParkingPublic TransitEnvironmental ProtectionWaste ManagementInstructional SportsPeterborough Sport & Wellness CentreMillennium ParkQueen Alexandra Community CentreOutdoor Sport Field PermittingPeterborough MarinaHeritage Preservation OfficeMuseum and ArchivesLibraryArt Gallery of PeterboroughEvinrude CentreKinsmen CentreNorthcrest Community CentreMemorial Centre/Morrow ParkChildren's ServicesPlanning DivisionORCA FeesGeomatics/MappingBuilding InspectionBy-law EnforcementAirport

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