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Departmental Budget Presentations
1
Expenditure Summary
2012
Budget
Corporate
Council
Offices of the Mayor and City Manager
Finance
Human Resources
Sustainability Department
Legislative and Regulatory Services
Victoria Conference Centre *
Office of the City Solicitor
Corporate Communications
Planning and Development
Engineering and Public Works
Engineering and Public Works - capital transfers **
Water Utility
Sewer Utility
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Parks, Recreation and Culture - capital transfers **
Fire Department
Victoria Emergency Management Agency
Police
Greater Victoria Public Library
Debt Principal, Interest and Reserve Transfer
Transfer to Capital Budget (net of reallocation)**
Total
2013
Budget
15,635,509
581,648
1,244,993
5,629,339
1,611,350
1,119,758
3,420,554
4,765,867
712,217
740,609
4,954,496
29,757,195
317,000
16,697,680
7,278,342
15,021,441
678,110
12,830,238
435,640
45,851,151
4,090,345
7,827,583
9,506,482
15,206,556
581,648
1,003,909
6,098,472
1,576,392
834,981
3,521,360
4,664,799
718,017
723,007
5,037,736
30,076,084
282,540
17,410,408
7,603,503
14,866,320
679,200
12,869,445
438,850
46,778,120
4,275,183
7,827,583
10,894,852
190,707,547
193,968,965
Change
(428,953)
(241,084)
469,133
(34,958)
(284,777)
100,806
(101,068)
5,800
(17,602)
83,240
318,889
(34,460)
712,728
325,161
(155,121)
1,090
39,207
3,210
926,969
184,838
1,388,370
% Change
-2.74%
0.00%
-19.36%
8.33%
-2.17%
-25.43%
2.95%
-2.12%
0.81%
-2.38%
1.68%
1.07%
-10.87%
4.27%
4.47%
-1.03%
0.16%
0.31%
0.74%
2.02%
4.52%
0.00%
14.60%
3,261,418
* VCC supplier event costs paid by clients are excluded
** Some capital budgets were moved to the operating budget to conform with new accounting rules. Those budgets
were funded through the capital property tax levy. That portion has been moved back to the operating budget
2
1.71%
Revenue Summary
Corporate
Sustainability
Legislative and Regulatory Services
Victoria Conference Centre *
Planning and Development
Engineering and Public Works
Water Utility
Sewer Utility
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Fire Department
Police
Property Taxes - base levy
New Assessment Revenue
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
17,903,343
184,645
891,000
4,765,867
2,579,550
19,355,144
16,697,680
7,278,342
2,990,986
44,250
9,650,012
108,366,728
16,825,243
50,000
1,106,000
4,664,799
2,479,050
19,159,630
17,410,408
7,603,503
2,784,321
44,250
9,792,281
108,366,728
165,000
(1,078,100)
(134,645)
215,000
(101,068)
(100,500)
(195,514)
712,728
325,161
(206,665)
142,269
165,000
-6.02%
100.00%
24.13%
-2.12%
-3.90%
-1.01%
4.27%
4.47%
-6.91%
0.00%
1.47%
0.00%
190,707,547
190,451,213
(256,334)
-0.13%
Property Tax Increase
* Note: VCC supplier event costs paid by clients are excluded
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Change
3,517,752
% Change
3.25%
Corporate Revenues
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Revenues
Fees and Interest
1,900,000
1,780,000
(120,000)
-6.32%
Business/Other Licences
1,385,500
1,385,500
0
0.00%
Overhead Recoveries
2,748,266
2,720,163
(28,103)
-1.02%
Miscellaneous
2,029,712
1,822,180
(207,532)
-10.22%
Payment in Lieu of Taxes
5,552,000
5,810,400
258,400
4.65%
Special Assessments
1,471,965
1,507,000
35,035
2.38%
Hotel Tax
1,800,000
1,800,000
0
0.00%
Prior Year's Surplus
1,015,900
0
(1,015,900)
-100.00%
17,903,343
16,825,243
(1,078,100)
-6.02%
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Corporate Expenditures
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Contingencies *
2,136,632
2,385,000
248,368
11.62%
Fees and Interest
170,000
170,000
0
0.00%
Grants
391,796
391,796
0
0.00%
Insurance
430,000
531,301
101,301
23.56%
Miscellaneous
1,894,330
1,850,500
(43,830)
-2.31%
Hotel Tax
1,835,000
1,800,000
(35,000)
-1.91%
Transfer to VCC - Property Tax Funded
764,954
620,126
(144,828)
-18.93%
Transfer to VCC - Economic Development Reserve Transfer
300,000
300,000
0
0.00%
8,191,897
8,157,833
(34,064)
-0.42%
(1,000,000)
(1,000,000)
0
0.00%
520,900
0
(520,900)
-100.00%
15,635,509
15,206,556
(428,953)
-2.74%
Transfers to Reserve
Vehicle Depreciation Recovery
Transfer Prior Year Surplus to Reserve
* Includes estimated salary increases for pending collective agreement settlements
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Council
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
Expenditures
Council
6
2013
Budget
Change
% Change
581,648
581,648
-
0.00%
581,648
581,648
-
0.00%
Council
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
Other Personnel Costs
Contracted Services
Material and Supplies
Miscellaneous
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441,248
75,500
2,900
52,000
10,000
581,648
2013
Budget
441,248
75,500
2,900
52,000
10,000
581,648
Change
-
% Change
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
Offices of the Mayor and City Manager
Explanation of Changes
 WCB and LTD premium increases
 Vacancy management
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Offices of the Mayor and City Manager
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
Expenditures
Office of the Mayor
Office of the City Manager
278,877
966,116
1,244,993
9
2013
Budget
280,652
723,257
1,003,909
Change
% Change
1,775
(242,859)
0.64%
-25.14%
(241,084)
-19.36%
Offices of the Mayor and City Manager
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
Other Personnel Costs
Material and Supplies
Contracted Services
10
1,173,083
40,596
14,994
16,320
1,244,993
2013
Budget
931,999
40,596
14,994
16,320
1,003,909
Change
(241,084)
(241,084)
% Change
-20.55%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-19.36%
Finance
Service Areas










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Accounting and Financial Reporting
Budget and Financial Planning
Financial Administration
Information Technology
Investment, Cash and Debt Management
Payroll
Public Service Centre
Purchasing and Supply Management
Revenue Collection
Stores and Inventory Management
Finance
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
 Additional IT staffing to replace previously contracted out
services (funding reallocated from capital and
allowances)
 Forced growth – increased software maintenance fees
12
Finance
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Accounting
1,007,851
1,038,358
30,507
3.03%
Budgets and Financial Planning
332,862
338,179
5,317
1.60%
Finance Administration
351,407
352,977
1,570
0.45%
Information Systems *
2,268,735
2,666,144
397,409
17.52%
Purchasing and Stores
879,478
894,395
14,917
1.70%
Revenue
789,006
808,419
19,413
2.46%
5,629,339
6,098,472
469,133
8.33%
* Additional IT staffing to replace previously contracted out services; funding reallocated from
capital reserves and allowances
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Finance
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
Salaries and Benefits
2013
Budget
5,004,481
% Change
Change
5,443,921
439,440
8.78%
Other Personnel Costs
90,680
90,680
0
0.00%
Materials and Supplies
241,715
241,715
0
0.00%
Contracted Services
Recovery
Equipment
14
600,886
637,902
37,016
6.16%
(332,893)
(340,216)
(7,323)
2.20%
24,470
24,470
0
0.00%
5,629,339
6,098,472
469,133
8.33%
Human Resources
Service Areas






Recruitment / Orientation
Health and Safety (employee safety, Worksafe BC, rehabilitation)
Learning and Development ( training, development)
Compensation (job evaluation, salary surveys)
Employee Relations (wellness, recognition)
Labour Relations (bargaining, contract interpretation, grievance,
arbitration)
 Strategic HR (policy development, administrative processes,
statistics, demographics, succession planning, performance
management, absence management)
15
Human Resources
Explanation of Changes




16
CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Reduced corporate training
Reduced GVLRA costs
Human Resources
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Health, Safety and Rehabilitation
342,841
345,936
3,095
0.90%
1,223,459
1,185,406
(38,053)
-3.11%
Rehabilitation
20,000
20,000
0
0.00%
Union Leave
25,050
25,050
0
0.00%
1,611,350
1,576,392
(34,958)
-2.17%
Human Resources Administration
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Human Resources
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
Other Personnel Costs
Materials and Supplies
Contracted Services
Miscellaneous
18
1,207,700
1,217,742
10,042
0.83%
139,650
118,150
(21,500)
-15.40%
20,500
25,500
5,000
24.39%
242,000
214,500
(27,500)
-11.36%
1,500
500
(1,000)
-66.67%
1,611,350
1,576,392
(34,958)
-2.17%
Sustainability
Service Areas
 Support energy, waste and GHG reductions in the community and
organization
 Develop basis for community and corporate climate adaptation
actions
 Monitor and report for community and corporate GHG initiatives and
grants (e.g. CARIP, Smart tool…)
 Develop sustainability policies and standards
 Integrate sustainability criteria into strategy, decision-making and
initiative at corporate and community levels
 Support implementation of civic investment program
 Develop and manage social policy initiatives (affordable rental
housing and home ownership initiative, housing grants, strata
conversion policy…)
 Implement 120 Gorge and 710 Queens housing projects
 Facilitate good neighbor arrangements
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Sustainability
Explanation of Changes




CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vacancy management
One-time funding for Housing Strategy and Climate
Action projects removed
 Term position ended
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Sustainability
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Sustainability
789,533
545,742
(243,791)
-30.88%
Climate Action Program
136,986
96,000
(40,986)
-29.92%
Sustainability Dept Grants
193,239
193,239
0
0.00%
1,119,758
834,981
(284,777)
-25.43%
184,645
50,000
(134,645)
-72.92%
184,645
50,000
(134,645)
-72.92%
935,113
784,981
(150,132)
-16.05%
Revenues
Grant/Reserve Funding
Net
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Sustainability
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
671,079
504,542
(166,537)
-24.82%
Other Personnel Costs
32,440
18,200
(14,240)
-43.90%
Materials and Supplies
7,800
6,800
(1,000)
-12.82%
193,200
90,200
(103,000)
-53.31%
22,000
22,000
0
0.00%
193,239
193,239
0
0.00%
1,119,758
834,981
(284,777)
-25.43%
Salaries and Benefits
Contracted Services
Miscellaneous
Grants
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Legislative and Regulatory Services
Service Areas













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Corporate Officer role
Council support and administration
Bylaw enforcement
Business licensing
Corporate planning and performance measurement
Corporate policy development and bylaw reviews
Records management and public archives
Freedom of Information/Protection of Privacy administration
Property management
Liquor licensing administration
Corporate print and mail services
Protocol activities, including Twin City relations
Elections administration
Legislative and Regulatory Services
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
 Forced growth
– Animal control contract
– Postage
– Property management lease expenses (more than offset by additional
revenue)
 Webcasting of Council meetings
 Governance facilitation
 Removal of Protocol budget for Victoria’s 150th (both expenditures
and funding)
 Increased lease/rental revenue
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Legislative and Regulatory Services
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Archives
Bylaw & Licensing Services
Corporate Planning & Policy
Elections
248,923
254,190
5,267
2.12%
1,211,510
1,260,860
49,350
4.07%
299,246
303,629
4,383
1.46%
3,500
6,500
3,000
85.71%
Legislative Services
704,562
770,680
66,118
9.38%
Print Shop
292,706
315,187
22,481
7.68%
Property Management
432,892
447,181
14,289
3.30%
Protocol & Administration
227,215
163,133
(64,082)
-28.20%
3,420,554
3,521,360
100,806
2.95%
Bylaw & Licensing Services
181,000
181,000
0
0.00%
Property Management
710,000
925,000
215,000
30.28%
891,000
1,106,000
215,000
24.13%
2,529,554
2,415,360
(114,194)
-4.51%
Revenues
Net
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Legislative and Regulatory Services
Expenditures by Object
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
2,209,986
2,270,797
60,811
2.75%
Other Personnel Costs
50,965
51,315
350
0.69%
Materials and Supplies
244,974
265,639
20,665
8.44%
Contracted Services
586,459
624,939
38,480
6.56%
Miscellaneous
288,670
268,670
(20,000)
-6.93%
39,500
40,000
500
1.27%
3,420,554
3,521,360
100,806
2.95%
Salaries and Benefits
Equipment
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Victoria Conference Centre
Service Areas
 Convention and meeting sales of $1.3 million annually
 Event servicing for approx 250 events annually
 Facility maintenance of two convention centre facilities totaling
289,000 sq ft
 Operation of 300 stall parkade (managed by Robbin’s Parking)
 Property management and leasing of 12,865 sq of retail space
(through Richmond Property Group and DTZ Leasing)
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Victoria Conference Centre
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
 Vacancy management
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Victoria Conference Centre
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Administration
576,820
590,565
13,745
1,108,716
1,177,783
69,067
6.23%
Client Services
407,248
346,624
(60,624)
-14.89%
Crystal Garden
881,471
856,976
(24,495)
-2.78%
Event Planning
398,140
424,640
26,500
6.66%
Marketing
129,255
129,255
0
0.00%
Parkade
255,476
265,206
9,730
3.81%
Retail Stores
130,823
130,823
0
0.00%
Sales
877,918
742,927
(134,991)
-15.38%
4,765,867
4,664,799
(101,068)
-2.12%
Administration - City Property Tax Contribution
764,954
620,126
(144,828)
-18.93%
Client Services
529,000
559,000
30,000
5.67%
Crystal Garden
541,000
541,000
0
0.00%
1,108,000
1,116,000
8,000
0.72%
371,897
371,897
0
0.00%
1,451,016
1,456,776
5,760
0.40%
4,765,867
4,664,799
(101,068)
-2.12%
Building Services
2.38%
Revenues
Parkade
Retail Stores
Sales
Note: Supplier event costs paid by clients are excluded
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Victoria Conference Centre
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
2,011,509
1,850,848
(160,661)
-7.99%
Other Personnel Costs
38,400
38,400
0
0.00%
Materials and Supplies
289,730
281,210
(8,520)
-2.94%
852,624
867,378
14,754
1.73%
1,214,891
1,258,250
43,359
3.57%
Contracted Services
Miscellaneous
Equipment
Debt Principal and Interest
18,354
28,354
10,000
54.48%
340,359
340,359
0
0.00%
4,765,867
4,664,799
(101,068)
-2.12%
Note: Supplier event costs paid by clients are excluded
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Office of the City Solicitor
Service Areas





Provide legal advice to Council, City Manager and staff
Appear as City's counsel in civil litigation
Prosecute breaches of City bylaws
Draft, revise and consolidate City bylaws
Negotiate, prepare and oversee execution of contracts, leases and
agreements authorized by Council
 Manage contracts with outside legal counsel
31
Office of the City Solicitor
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
32
Office of the City Solicitor
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Legal Services
33
712,217
718,017
5,800
0.81%
712,217
718,017
5,800
0.81%
Office of the City Solicitor
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
633,877
639,667
5,790
0.91%
Other Personnel Costs
14,500
17,350
2,850
19.66%
Materials and Supplies
5,000
3,500
(1,500)
-30.00%
51,340
50,000
(1,340)
-2.61%
7,500
7,500
0
0.00%
712,217
718,017
5,800
0.81%
Salaries and Benefits
Contracted Services
Miscellaneous
34
Corporate Communications
Service Areas
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





35
Public Engagement Planning and Delivery
Customer Service Initiative
Media Relations
Website and Social Media
Public Information (communications tools)
Issues Management
Internal Communications
Corporate Communications
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
 Term position ended
Corporate Communications
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
Change
% Change
Expenditures
Corporate Communications
37
740,609
723,007
(17,602)
-2.38%
740,609
723,007
(17,602)
-2.38%
Corporate Communications
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
Other Personnel Costs
Materials and Supplies
Contracted Services
38
703,634
686,032
(17,602)
-2.50%
8,000
7,300
(700)
-8.75%
7,000
8,200
1,200
17.14%
21,975
21,475
(500)
-2.28%
740,609
723,007
(17,602)
-2.38%
Planning and Development
Service Areas
 Community Planning
City-wide and Local Area Policy
Heritage Policy, Programs and Applications
Urban Design
 Development Services
Zoning/Rezoning
Development and Variance Permits
Current Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
 Permits & Inspection Services
Building
Plumbing
Electrical
Signs
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Planning and Development
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
Planning and Development
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Building Inspection
521,570
534,419
12,849
2.46%
Community Planning
879,449
896,066
16,617
1.89%
1,636,664
1,667,195
30,531
1.87%
Electrical Inspection
269,508
275,968
6,460
2.40%
Planning & Development Grants
720,095
720,095
0
0.00%
Plumbing Inspection
352,372
360,917
8,545
2.42%
Permits and Inspections Administration
574,838
583,076
8,238
1.43%
4,954,496
5,037,736
83,240
1.68%
Development Services
Revenues
Building Inspection
1,900,000
1,800,000
(100,000)
-5.26%
Development Services
151,550
151,050
(500)
-0.33%
Electrical Inspection
350,000
350,000
0
0.00%
Plumbing Inspection
160,000
160,000
0
0.00%
18,000
18,000
0
0.00%
2,579,550
2,479,050
(100,500)
-3.90%
2,374,946
2,558,686
183,740
7.74%
Permits and Inspections Administration
Net
Note: Funding for OCP and Downtown Core Area Plan implementation is included in Corporate Budgets
41
Planning and Development
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
3,926,462
4,009,702
83,240
2.12%
Other Personnel Costs
147,482
142,855
(4,627)
-3.14%
Materials and Supplies
58,851
63,478
4,627
7.86%
Contracted Services
87,558
87,558
0
0.00%
3,060
3,060
0
0.00%
10,988
10,988
0
0.00%
720,095
720,095
0
0.00%
4,954,496
5,037,736
83,240
1.68%
Salaries and Benefits
Miscellaneous
Equipment
Grants
42
Engineering and Public Works
Service Areas
 Land Development
– Strata approvals, engineering inspections, development permit/variance
reviews
 Transportation Planning and Design
– Develop transportation strategies, design and construct transportation capital
projects and manage transportation infrastructure
 Underground Utilities Planning and Design
– Water, sewer and storm drain planning and engineering
 Water, Sewer, Storm Drainage Operations
– Construction and maintenance of water, sewer and storm drainage
infrastructure
 Geographic Information Systems and Asset Management
– Information and assistance to other divisions; coordinating interdivisional
initiatives
 Parking
– Operation of parkades, parking lots, on-street parking and enforcement
43
Engineering and Public Works
Service Areas continued
 Facility Planning and Maintenance
– Manage capital projects, life-cycle planning, manage programs and ongoing
maintenance of civic buildings
 Waste Management and Custodial
– Cleaning of streets, solid waste collections and janitorial services for civic
buildings, graffiti removal
 Roads, Bridges, Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, Pathways, Signs and Road
Marking
– Construction and maintenance
 Street Lights and Traffic Signals
– Installation and maintenance of traffic signals and electric systems
 Vehicle Fleet Operations
– Maintenance of vehicles and large equipment
 Carpentry and Fabrication Shop
– Construction and maintenance of all City-owned wood and metal structures
 Public Works Support Services
– Information and assistance to internal divisions and public including traffic control
and 24 hour response to reported concerns
44
Engineering and Public Works
Explanation of Changes




CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vehicle fleet cost increases
Forced growth/New assets to maintain
–
–
–
–
Hydro
Bicycle lane line marking
Street furniture
City Hall emergency generator
 Solid Waste new model
Engineering and Public Works
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Public Works
12,123,269
12,494,936
371,667
3.07%
993,208
1,027,244
34,036
3.43%
Transportation
2,805,294
2,867,022
61,728
2.20%
Underground Utilities & Facilities
3,394,499
3,454,359
59,860
1.76%
Parking Services
7,547,155
7,661,000
113,845
1.51%
Solid Waste & Recycling
2,893,770
2,571,523
(322,247)
-11.14%
29,757,195
30,076,084
318,889
1.07%
100,000
117,000
25,000
102,000
78,540
25,500
2,000
2.00%
(38,460)
-32.87%
500
2.00%
50,000
25,000
51,000
25,500
1,000
2.00%
500
2.00%
317,000
282,540
(34,460)
-10.87%
30,074,195
30,358,624
284,429
0.95%
203,384
199,384
(4,000)
-1.97%
15,290
24,523
9,233
60.39%
1.17%
Support Services
Sub-total
Expenditures Transferred from Capital Budget
Public Works
Bridge Operations and Maintenance
Street Repair - Harbour Pathways
Street Repair - Pt Ellice Bridge
Transportation
NTMP Implementation
Traffic Order Implementation
Sub-total
Total Expenditures
Revenues
Public Works
Support Services
Transportation
639,700
647,200
7,500
15,603,000
15,717,000
114,000
0.73%
2,893,770
2,571,523
(322,247)
-11.14%
Total Revenues
19,355,144
19,159,630
(195,514)
-1.01%
Net
10,719,051
11,198,994
479,943
4.48%
Parking Services
Solid Waste & Recycling
46
Engineering and Public Works
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
16,899,579
16,953,651
54,072
0.32%
Other Personnel Costs
170,015
174,615
4,600
2.71%
Materials and Supplies
3,676,329
3,739,676
63,347
1.72%
Contracted Services
4,660,337
4,589,294
(71,043)
-1.52%
641,721
814,658
172,937
26.95%
2,096,984
2,098,300
1,316
0.06%
43,530
43,530
0
0.00%
1,685,700
1,644,900
(40,800)
-2.42%
200,000
300,000
100,000
50.00%
30,074,195
30,358,624
284,429
0.95%
Salaries and Benefits
Miscellaneous
Equipment
Grants
Debt Principal and Interest
Transfer to Reserve
47
Water Utility
Explanation of Changes





CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vehicle fleet cost increases
CRD bulk water rate increases
Additional investment in capital spending and reserves
Water Utility
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Engineering & Administration
2,052,214
2,008,126
(44,088)
-2.15%
Collections & Purchase
8,802,499
8,950,178
147,679
1.68%
System Maintenance & Rehabilitation
1,997,484
2,063,936
66,452
3.33%
Transfer to Capital
7.13%
2,476,483
2,653,168
176,685
Transfer to Utility Reserve
576,000
600,000
24,000
4.17%
Transfer to Meter Replacement Reserve
493,000
835,000
342,000
69.37%
Consumption Contingency
300,000
300,000
0
0.00%
16,697,680
17,410,408
712,728
4.27%
16,697,680
17,410,408
712,728
4.27%
16,697,680
17,410,408
712,728
4.27%
Revenues
User Fees
49
Water Utility
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
1,972,084
1,988,391
16,307
0.83%
21,524
19,807
(1,717)
-7.98%
8,423,962
8,575,011
151,049
1.79%
Materials and Supplies
515,245
549,841
34,596
6.71%
Contracted Services
150,546
148,429
(2,117)
-1.41%
1,543,205
1,523,059
(20,146)
-1.31%
225,631
217,702
(7,929)
-3.51%
Other Personnel Costs
Bulk Water Purchase
Corporate Overhead and Insurance
Equipment
2,476,483
2,653,168
176,685
7.13%
Transfer to Utility Reserve
576,000
600,000
24,000
4.17%
Transer to Meter Replacement Reserve
493,000
835,000
342,000
69.37%
Consumption Contingency
300,000
300,000
0
100.00%
16,697,680
17,410,408
712,728
4.27%
Transfer to Capital
50
Sewer Utility
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Engineering & Administration
1,725,128
1,756,922
31,794
1.84%
System Mtce & Rehabilitation
1,317,934
1,335,811
17,877
1.36%
Transfer to Capital
3,670,509
3,910,770
240,261
6.55%
Transfer to Utility Reserve
350,000
400,000
50,000
14.29%
Consumption Contingency
200,000
200,000
0
0.00%
Debt Principal and Interest
14,771
0
(14,771)
-100.00%
7,278,342
7,603,503
325,161
4.47%
6,549,746
6,842,098
292,352
4.46%
728,596
761,405
32,809
4.50%
7,278,342
7,603,503
325,161
4.47%
Revenues
User Fees
Frontage Tax
51
Sewer Utility
Explanation of Changes




CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vehicle fleet cost increases
Additional investment in capital spending and reserves
Sewer Utility
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
Change
% Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
1,457,650
1,495,352
37,702
2.59%
Other Personnel Costs
68,974
60,505
(8,469)
-12.28%
Materials and Supplies
286,699
284,119
(2,580)
-0.90%
Contracted Services
104,732
105,121
389
0.37%
Corporate Overhead and Insurance
896,719
898,689
1,970
0.22%
Equipment
228,288
248,947
20,659
9.05%
3,670,509
3,910,770
240,261
6.55%
Transfer to Utility Reserve
350,000
400,000
50,000
100.00%
Consumption Contingency
200,000
200,000
0
100.00%
Debt Principal and Interest
14,771
0
(14,771)
-100.00%
7,278,342
7,603,503
325,161
4.47%
Transfer to Capital
53
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Service Areas
 Park Land and Natural Areas
– Maintenance and upgrades of parks (including Beacon Hill), natural
areas, flower beds, hanging baskets, sport fields, tennis courts,
playgrounds, park washrooms, and public docks
 Urban Forest
– Planning and maintenance
 City Boulevards
– Maintenance and upgrades
 Leaf and Branch Pick-up Programs
 Ross Bay Cemetery
– Maintenance and upgrades
 Shoreline
– Manage erosion, habitat, logs and public use
54
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Service Areas continued





Crystal Pool and Fitness Centre
Royal Athletic Park and Sport Fields
Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena (City of Victoria use)
Community and Senior Centres
Public Art
– Creation and maintenance
 Special Events, Filming and Programming
– Including Centennial Square and Cameron Band Shell
 Grants
– Festival investment, community and arts
55
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Explanation of Changes







CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vacancy management
Vehicle fleet cost increases
RAP – new baseball team
Victoria’s 150th budgets removed (both expenditures and funding)
Forced growth/New assets to maintain
– Cost of water
– Strata fees
– Fisherman’s Wharf Park
Parks, Recreation and Culture
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Parks, Recreation & Culture Administration
447,476
465,211
17,735
Parks
8,232,482
8,323,098
90,616
1.10%
Culture
1,590,577
1,140,375
(450,202)
-28.30%
0.27%
Community Centres
Crystal Pool
Royal Athletic Park
Community Recreation
Subtotal
3.96%
754,707
756,707
2,000
2,147,112
2,190,448
43,336
2.02%
479,663
617,965
138,302
28.83%
1,369,424
1,372,516
3,092
0.23%
15,021,441
14,866,320
(155,121)
-1.03%
110,000
102,200
(7,800)
-7.09%
25,000
150,000
125,000
500.00%
Expenditures Transferred from Capital Budget
Parks
Boulevard Improvements - Parks
BHP Mgmt Plan Implementation
Dallas Bluffs Conservation Plan
93,110
125,000
31,890
34.25%
Natural Areas Management Plan
150,000
50,000
(100,000)
-66.67%
Soft Landscape Redevelopment
100,000
102,000
2,000
2.00%
Urban Forest Management Plan
200,000
150,000
(50,000)
-25.00%
0
0
0
678,110
679,200
1,090
0.16%
15,699,551
15,545,520
(154,031)
-0.98%
Parks
895,190
839,665
(55,525)
-6.20%
Culture
442,225
163,975
(278,250)
-62.92%
Crystal Pool
934,556
937,256
2,700
0.29%
Royal Athletic Park
327,000
462,500
135,500
41.44%
Community Recreation
392,015
380,925
(11,090)
-2.83%
2,990,986
2,784,321
(206,665)
-6.91%
12,708,565
12,761,199
52,634
0.41%
Park Management Plans
Subtotal
Total Expenditures
Revenues
Total Revenues
Net
57
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Salaries and Benefits
10,456,437
10,489,498
33,061
0.32%
Other Personnel Costs
104,731
101,431
(3,300)
-3.15%
Materials and Supplies
1,688,782
1,776,416
87,634
5.19%
Contracted Services
1,608,659
1,147,543
(461,116)
-28.66%
Miscellaneous
460,770
593,073
132,303
28.71%
Equipment
659,836
717,223
57,387
8.70%
Grants
720,336
720,336
0
0.00%
15,699,551
15,545,520
(154,031)
-0.98%
58
Fire Department
Service Areas
 Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Responses
 Fire Inspections, Fire Investigations, Public Education
 Technical Rescue Services (community, regional and corporate
employees)
 Marine Firefighting Program
 Fire Apparatus Maintenance – VFD Apparatus and Regional Fire
Department Apparatus
 Victoria Emergency Management Agency
59
Fire Department
Explanation of Changes




CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
WCB and LTD premium increases
Vehicle fleet cost increases
Forced growth – WCB requirements
Fire Department
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Communication Equip & Mtce
506,534
507,311
777
0.15%
Administration
747,324
757,872
10,548
1.41%
4,400
4,400
0
0.00%
17,000
17,000
0
0.00%
8,260
8,300
40
0.48%
337,779
349,980
12,201
3.61%
CISM
Fire Dept Technology
First Responder Program
Fleet
Marine Operations
28,340
28,340
0
0.00%
Staff Development
219,596
224,607
5,011
2.28%
Steamer
Fire Prevention
Fire Stations
Suppression/Rescue
8,600
8,600
0
0.00%
751,938
753,165
1,227
0.16%
14,850
14,855
5
0.03%
10,185,617
10,195,015
9,398
0.09%
12,830,238
12,869,445
39,207
0.31%
10,000
10,000
0
0.00%
2,000
2,000
0
0.00%
32,250
32,250
0
0.00%
44,250
44,250
0
0.00%
12,785,988
12,825,195
39,207
0.31%
Revenues
Fleet
Staff Development
Fire Prevention
Net
61
Fire Department
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
12,147,045
12,163,764
16,719
Other Personnel Costs
125,566
136,566
11,000
8.76%
Materials and Supplies
214,667
237,615
22,948
10.69%
Contracted Services
177,460
175,800
(1,660)
-0.94%
Miscellaneous
139,270
128,720
(10,550)
-7.58%
26,230
26,980
750
2.86%
12,830,238
12,869,445
39,207
0.31%
Salaries and Benefits
Equipment
62
0.14%
Victoria Emergency Management Agency
Explanation of Changes
 CUPE salary increase (2% per collective agreement)
 WCB and LTD premium increases
Victoria Emergency Management Agency
2013 Budget
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
Administration
342,840
342,334
(506)
-0.15%
5,800
7,565
1,765
30.43%
EOC
10,500
11,050
550
5.24%
Evacuee Assistance
18,750
18,325
(425)
-2.27%
Public Education/Neighbourhood Program
11,400
13,125
1,725
15.13%
USAR
46,350
46,451
101
0.22%
435,640
438,850
3,210
0.74%
Communications
64
Victoria Emergency Management Agency
Expenditures by Type
2012
Budget
2013
Budget
% Change
Change
Expenditures
302,190
305,400
3,210
1.06%
Other Personnel Costs
57,665
57,800
135
0.23%
Materials and Supplies
29,875
31,015
1,140
3.82%
Contracted Services
11,660
11,860
200
1.72%
Miscellaneous
30,250
30,775
525
1.74%
4,000
2,000
(2,000)
-50.00%
435,640
438,850
3,210
0.74%
Salaries and Benefits
Equipment
65
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