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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 7

Meeting Date: November 9, 2004

Subject/Title: Accept Annual Report on the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan

Prepared by: Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation

Submitted by: Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation

RECOMMENDATION
Accept the Annual Report on the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan.

PREVIOUS ACTION
City Council adopted the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan and adopted the Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration on June 25, 2002.

November 25, 2003, City Council accepted the First Annual Report for the Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan.

BACKGROUND
One of the innovative parts of the City of Brentwood Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan is the requirement that the plan is reviewed each year, with the submission of an annual report to City Council to evaluate the Parks and Recreation Department’s level of success in implementing the Master Plan. With the time and input that was required to complete the Master Plan, and the importance it plays in directing the future of parks and recreation in Brentwood, there was a strong desire to make sure the plan didn’t get approved and then sit on a shelf, never to be looked at again. The requirement of an annual report attempts to keep the plan up-to-date and current.

Parks and Recreation Department staff has compiled the second annual report for fiscal year 2003/2004 with the assistance and review by the Park and Recreation Commission on October 28, 2004. This report has also been formatted to fit the City Council’s recently adopted mission and vision statement, five core values, and the “Brentwood Way” of doing business. This change of format was well received by the Park and Recreation Commission who have requested, as a future agenda item, the opportunity to spend time working on ways to better articulate what the five core values mean as a further way of measuring our success in implementing the Master Plan.

FISCAL IMPACT
None
 

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